The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1947 · Page 4
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BLYTHEV1LLB (AKK.) COURIErt NEWS 1'hone 1IS1 Luncheon Is Given By Mrs. P. D. Fos'ter •llr». P. D. Foster entertained Metnten of the Thursday Contract fllub with a luncheon yesterday at her home on West Main. ;The dining table, from which the hjncheon was served, was centered with 'a single red taper burning In ft crystal candlcbra, garlanded with holly. Magnolia leaves and candles W*r« used in the decorating of (he ttvinc room. Iri the bridge played, Mrs. F. B, Jcyner won high and Mrs. Rodney t» Banister, second high. Mrs. Wren Is Hostess To Jolly Eight Club Mrs. Orover Wren was llmlc.ss yesterday afternoon to members of the Jolly Eight Club at her home on Highway is. Mrs, J. O. Hucy won high and Mrs. Elv» Poo second hich In the fames played. Mrs. Richard Prlch- ard won rooko.. Tile Wren home held arrangements ot polnsettlas and other Christmas decorations. The hostess served refreshments «f a sandwich plate with hot cho- eol«t*. Surprise Party Honors Mr. Sharpe on Birthday Mrs. Tim Sharpe entertained With a surprise birthday supper !n honor of her husband last night at their home at 22M W. Chicka- •wba. . The dining table, from which the •upper was served, was centered with a pink and white birthday «ake and candles. Decorations of the holiday season were carried out in the entertaining rooms of the home. Guests who were present Included hi* parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. Sharpe, his brothers, Billy •nd Arrion. his sister. Mrs. S. L. Baldrlge and two children. Jackie and Jannetto, and Ills aunt, Mrs. Boyd Mlnniclc and son, Harold. His wife and daughter, Linda. And other guests presented hinv with gifts. Octette Club Honored By Mrs. Loy Welch All members of the Octette Club w*re present yesterday when Mrs. lay Welch entertained the club With a dessert bridge at her home, Ifjn Ash St. In the games played r Mrs. J. O. Bills Sr. won high score and Mrs. Welch won second .high. Mrs. Shane-Is Hostess ' To Club Members, .Guest Mrs. \v. P. McDanie) was a guest • yesterday when Mrs. Cecil Shane entertained members of the Mid- Week Club at her • home on Main Street In the games Mrs. Harry W. Halnes won high score and Mrs. McDanlel, second. The dining table, from which the twcccourse luncheon was served, lUid as a centerpiece a red taper to a crystal holder, surrounded by greenery, berries, and Christmas bulls. . Club Is Entertained By Mrs. S. L. Gladish OSOEOLA/Dcc. 13. — Mrs. S U Oladish was hostess to three lablcs of club members and four guests yesterday at her home with a dessert bridge. 1 Guests included Mrs. W. W. Prewitt, -Mrs. Spencer Gibson, Mrs. , Bectra Pcrrin and Mrs. W. E. Bunt. Mrs. W. C. Mason won first score »od Mrs, Pcrrin, consolation, Mis. Prewitt won guest prize. The. home was beautifully d3- •or'ated with red berries, greenery Mid Christmas belli. 24 in 7th-and 8th Grades Make The Honqr Roll Students making the second six weeks honor roll in Junior High School, were announced today by A, E. Caldwell, principal, They me; Eighth grade. UlDle Jo Browning, Howell Boyd, Larry Baker. Betsy Bell, Lyda Cilttenden Granville Cooley, Albert Falrflclci Donna Sue Gore. Barbara Ann Johnson, Charles Klnningham, Mil- l!c Ann Mallory, Martha Nichols, Bobby Oisburn, Jean Phillips, Jane Wilson and Bill Wunderllch. Seventh grade; Bonnie Mell Mc- Corralck, Shirley Lovelace." Jo Alice McGuire, Nancy Stovall. Mary Sue Watklns, Heard Wylic, Kay Smith and Max Hill. Those receiving honorable mention In tlie eighth grade are; Doi-ls Bean, Wlnnibeth Buckley, clovis Gnrnelt. Nlta Kbse Hall, Piitrl- cla Henrn, Mclballne Hill, Rosanne Johnson, and gaily Tricschman. Seventh grade; Llndu Bunch, Sandra Long, Gcraldine Norman, and Blllle Mae presnell. Catholic Bishop Plans To Conduct Rites Here ' At The Hospitals lil.vlhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. nill Batty and babby, city. ImORene Jordan, Bragg City, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed; Donald Pierce, Stcelc, Mo, W. W. Campbell, Rte. 1, city. Buddy Bcvill, city. Pete Coleman, Stcele. Sherman Gale Flowcre, South Bend, Hid. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday The Fidells Sunday School Cla.is of First Baptist church will have their chri.slmjis Party nt the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman Sr., 1123 W. Walnut, 7 p.m. Saturday Cotillion Club will have a dance Saturday night nt the Hut at 0 o'clock. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Elhcit Huffman, nnd Mr, and Mrs. !3c;i Henderson. SUNDAY Miss Shirley Barham will become Ihc bi'Idc ol House Harp In n ceremony at First Christian Church at '2 p.m. Thc Mast Reverend Albert I,. Fletcher, bishop of thc Diocese of Little Rock will arrive here Saturday night lo administer the Sacreinent ol Confirmation at the 10:30 muss Sunday morning to 35 children 'and 20 adulU at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. He will be accompanied by thc Very Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Munav, chancellor lor the Diocese nnd two students who will be ordained priests In 1948. Following the confirmation ceremony the men of the Immaculate Conception parish will honor tlie j bishop with a banquet nt the Cn- I thollc School. | In tile attcrnoon thc bishop will confirm a cinss of nine at Osceola- Osceola Events Friday Basketball, Osceola vs. Dyess hijre, 0:30 p.m. Saturday Biukclbnl], Osceola vs. Wilson here, 8:00 p.m. Bits of News Flannigan Class Holds Annual CHristmas Party OSCEOLA, Dec. 12—The riniml- jan Class ot First Methodist Church had its annual Christmas party last 'night at the country home of Mrs. E. H. Burns, with a 1 o'clock dinner. Serving as co-hostesses with Mrs. Burns were Mrs. D. Fred Taylor Jr., Mrs. Claude Floyd, Mrs. Jim Henry. Mrs. C. W. Watson, and Mrs. Bryan Hcrndon. Following the dinner n short business session was held, presided over the Mrs. Victor Bell, president. Uurlng the meeting Mrs. Bell was re-elected president and Mrs. Earl Robbins was re-clcctcd secretary anrt treasurer. The group presented iXtr.s. W, B. Flannlgan, their teacher, with a gilt and then exchanged gifts among themselves. The doling Uible, covered with a linen cloth, was centered with a crystal bowl [tiled with red berries and greenery, surrounded by miniature Christmas figurines. Mrs. Starr Is Hostess With Christmas Luncheon OSCEOLA, Dec. 12. — Mrs. U,v i lye Nell Starr entertained two la- bles of club members with a Chrlst- Masonic Lodges Elect Officers at Meeting B. n. Jack-wii WHS elected Worshipful Master at last night's meeting of Chickasawba Lodge 134 Free an:) Accepted Masons iti the lodge hall. Other officers are William Her- rymnii, senior warden; Paul T. Kins, Junior warden; Max Logan, treasurer; R. K Blaylock, secretary; W. D. Colston, senior deacon; Curtis Bennett, Junior deacon; Rupert Crafton, senior master of ccrctijonles; E. M. Holt, Junior master of ceremonies; Percy Wright, chirplaln; Max Parks, ty- ler and Irustce for lodge for three year term. The officers ot Olivet Comman- c!ry were elected and installed Wednesday night at the Masonic Hall. H. R. Alkcn was elected cmml- ncnt commander; and E. J. Heaton, generalissimo. Others are Victor Stilwcll, captain general; Ed B. Cook, prelate; R. E, Blaylock. recorder; Otho Stallficld., senior wnrdcn; E. M. Holt, junior warden: Louie Issacs. standard bearer; Percy Wright, sword bearer; Kenneth Barker, warden. -•• her mas luncheon yesterday at home on Semmcs Avenue. Mrs. Searcy Mciirs wax winner of first score arid Mrs. J» U G!as- coe. second. ' Following (he sanies, gifts wore exchanged nniong members o( the club. Nandina berries, holly and green- cry predominated in decoration of the entertaining ronis ot thrs home. Accused of Manslaughter .IONESBORO, Ark.. Dec. 12 (Ul'l -—Capltola' Bennett, 5-J-ycar-old NCBIO, Is bcini; held for action of thc Craighcad County Grand Jury today, following n muru'clpal court hearing yesterday. She Is charged with manslaughter, following the death of Mrs. Martha Ashley, 66- yciir-oki Nettleton resident. The defendant is accused of nt- here prior to the playing of thc Osceoln - Dyess basketball game Steve Ralph, president announced torlny. Members of (tic association will elect officers and discuss plans for the coming year. Mr. Hnlph said as well as review the work rtone during the past year. Mrs. BmxtQH Gill and two children, William B. and fjennlc, and M!« Hazel Gregory have arrived from santti Fi>, New Mexico to spend several weeks witli friends and relatives. Mrs. Gill and children arc visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Oscar Gflmer l/i Wilson, and Mrs. B. G. Gill and family o! Well. Mta Gregory Is visiting relatives In Del) and will Bo to Miclii- f:an lor u brief visit before returning home niter Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. BrlseudJne- of Frer.no, Calif,, have arrived to .spend several weeks with their daughters Mrs. A. G. Bruce and Mrs. W. 1 T. Davis. They will also visit with their diiightcrs, Mrs. Bob Boonc in Essex, Mo., and Mrs. Lcioy Wamble in St. Louis, Mo. liefoie returning home, il-.cy will go to Jackson. Miss. lo visit another daughter, Mrs B D. Harrcll. Mrs. Ray Cole, Mrs. Clarence Montgomery, Mrs. Edwin C. Shcl- (on, Mrs. Kelly Springer and Mrs. Ira Gaines spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Betty .JCHU Goff, student at Miller-Hawkins Business college In Memphis. Is III at her home here with InducuKi. Her sister. Mrs- Murray Mcllaffcy, and Mr. Mcll'nf- fcy motored down for her Wednesday-; Mrs. Lewis Newblll of Dyersburg, Tctin., is slightly improved after being ill several weeks. Her (laughter, Mrs. R. L. Gaines and children will spend HID weekend In Dyers| burg with her. j Condition of Mrs. William Lambert, who underwent an appendectomy Wednesday at Blylhevillc Hospital, is satisfactory. O-.vcn Harrison, sou of Mr. and -Mr.-;. \V. o. Harrison, n student at Sunflower Junior College, Moor- hc:id, Miss., will play a part in the dramatic club production, "Arsenic and Old Lace." Mr. and Mrs. Orval Glide arc the parents of a daughter born Tuesday. December 9. nt Walls Hospital. Their first child, she has been named Mary Evelyn. Mrs. Gude l>the former Miss Evelyn Aycock. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Walden and children of Kennctt, Mo., arc visit- Ing Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gaines and daughter, Mona Joy, for sef-- cral days. Ray Worthingtcm spent yesterday in Memphis on business. He also attended the concert of Phil SpiUlny and His All Girl Orche«- tra at the Auditorium. Miss Willie Ncbhut. who has been a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital for several Weeks, Is much improved. She is expected to be brought home within the next few I days. ! Mr. and Mrs. Jess D. Davis were In Memphis iast night (o attend the concert of Phil Spitalny and his all girl orchestra at the Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Byroli Moore and son spent yesterday in Memphis. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies were in Memphis last night to hear Phil Spitalny and His All Girl Orchestra at the Auditorium. Thev were accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Phlllbcr nnd son, Harlan Gene of stcelc, Mo. The Rev. Robert jaeger will leave Sunday for Stuttgart. Ark. to attend a meeting of the East Arkansas, West Tennessee Circuit ot the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church. Mrs. j. A. Leech spent yesterday ; In Memphis. Wallace Says He Pre/eri Senator Taft to Truman BUFFALO. N. Y,, Dec. 12. I UP) -Former Vicc-Prcsldcnl, 'Henry A. Wallace accused both President Truman and Gov. Thomas E. Dc\v- ey of sacrificing civil liberties to ihc whims of Dig business In a speech here last night in which lie ssld he would vole for Sen. Robert A. Taft in preference to Mr. Truman. Wallace said Dewey "spoke to 50 big liiislnesMncn and addressed them as 'lellow victims ot the New Deal." The Truman administration, Wallace said..Is "following a foreign policy based primarily o n preserving the profits and (lie possibilities for profit of private American industries abroad." He .said if the 1948 presidential race is between Mr. Truman and Sen. Taft, he would vote for the Republican because "Senator Ts'i would be most likely to take action in foreign alJairs that would result in peace," but his domestic poll-1 cics "are so bad the Republicans would be kicked out"* in the next election. Bus, Truck Association Holds Annual Convention Ln-I'LK HOCK, Ark., Dec 12 'P?' "7,, f\ mmibcr of Arkansas state officials and vehicle problem specialists were scheduled to address the 15th annual convention in Little Rock today of the Arkansas Bus and Truck Association Among the speakers were Chair- n,?w, ac& W '" C of thc ^Kansas Public Service Commission Commissioner Otho A. coolc of the Revenue Commission, Superlntend- ant Jack Porter of the State Police, Little Rock police Chief Marvin PotU and Managing Director John V. Lawrence of thc American Truckers Association. The Arkansas organization was scheduled to elect officers at the morning- session. Prepares Survival Diet NEW YORK, Dec. 12. (UP)—New York Medical College announced today the perfection of a quarter ration "survival diet" ot BOO calories which could be utilized in thc event of an atom war; The college said it discovered thc proper balance of diet components made up for a lack of caloric content. The diet was prepared li small biscuits containing 45 per cent starch or carbohydrates, 30 per cent fat, and 25 per cent egg 41 Liquor License Applications Pending LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec- 12 (UP,) — Th« Arkansas Revenue Department ha, announced that it ha* Uken 41 new rcta.ll liquor license applications under consl- deration and will announce a decision on Jan. 1. Meanwhile, ' ihe revenue office dispelled rumors that it planned a statewide liquor ban during the Christina* holidays. Director Otho Cook said there would be no ban during the holidays other than the usual one ia- gafnst Sunday liquor sale. ' > However, he said, local governments or retailers themselves might, voluntarily close liquor stores for the holiday. v The liquor applications being considered were Jlsted by cou.i- tles as follows: Pulaski, ten; Jefferson, four; Sebastian, four; Mississippi, three; Garland, three; Desna, two; Marion, two; Miller, two; Phillips, two; Polnsett; two; and Chlcot, Drew. Jackson, St. Francis, Washington, Woodruff and Yell one apiece.-, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1D47 Conerly of Grid Fame May Turn Professional UNIVERSITY. Miss., Dec. 12 (UP; —Charley Conerly, Oie Miss-passing star, probably will play pro footba'l next year for the Brooklyn Dodgers of the All-America Conference of the Washington Redskins of the National League. Holder of a new collegiate passing record, Conerly said he hasn't nuite made up his mind yet. He won't decide until after thc Delta Bowl game against Texas Christian in Memphis Jan. 1. SOYBEANS C'onlijiucil Irum I'aga I. Inc first soybeans were brought to the United Slates. "The war years," Mr. Slrayer said, ••emphasized the place of soybeans in the agriculture of the United Slates." The war abroad shut off sources of two-thirds of the world supply of fats and oils and'U.S. soybean acreage doubled, lie said. Farmers of the South, he said, contributed greatly to the supply of scarce oil through the frowth of soybeans. Mr. Straycr iwlnted out that from eight 10 10 pounds of oil can bc- obtained /rom one bushel of soy- beam. There then'remains about 15 pounds of soybean meal, which contains from 40 to 45 per cent vegetable protein. He also pointed out the food and industrial uses of both, including the large use of soybean meal for feeding livestock. Many Uses for Soybean Meal "We have only scratched, the surface in the use of soybean meal," he said. "No other product has produced so much oil and protein." The soybean now has more industrial and chemical use than It has ever had in the U.S., he also said. Urging increased soybean production for use as human iood, he said,- "We must grow, handle and ship human food as cheaply as possible," Mr. Straycr also pointed out the benefits brought by the use of soybean as a rotation crop with corn and cotton. Soybeans originally came to this country from China and Manchuria aiVd there arc stiH only three or four U.S. varieties. However, plans FOR SALE or RENT WHOLESALE • PUBLIC ADPRESS SYSTEMS • INTER-COM SYSTEMS • LOUD SPEAKERS . • MICROPHONES • AMPLIFIERS To Churches, -Schools, Businesses, Clubs and Organisations BLYTHEVILLE RADIO SUPPLY Phone 4467 112 First Street tempting to perform the duties of ' a licensed physician in treating Mr-. 1 Ashley hcforc her death. Osceola Athletic Ass'n To fleet Officers for '48 OSCEOLA, Dec. 2—The Osceola High School Athletic Association will hold Its annual meeting at 7 o'clock tonight nt the hiph school CANDY IS ALWAYS THE PROPER GIFT! WE FEATURE THE FINEST: * Morris * Hollingsworth * Russell'Stover CHRISTMAS GIFT BOXES FROM 1 Ib TO 5 Ibs. GIT "HERS" NOW FROM— WOOD'S DRUG STORE West Main St. Phont 507 Glamorous . . . Is the Way We Picture You! Oyii- experienced |>hotu K vapl le rs catch your best ,K, SCS . . . know liow to take n picture that cultures you at your best. Make R ,, ;lp ,H>iiUmcnt lo<liiy. A bi-autiful l>orlrait makes a woiidurf,,! K if t . . -. iui( | rhri^ma.s isn't fur awav! Thompson's Studio Photos Token in Your Home 418 West Main Street Phone 4131 TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! \ —SHELBY & SCHWINN GIRLS BICYCLES— AT ADAMS APPLIANCE 206-08 West Main St. Toys For Christmas: 10 'Models TRICYCLES 18,95 to 522.33 7 Models WAGONS 9Sr In 511.35 SCOOTERS SI.1!) („ 53.!).-, ROLLER SKATES S.1.50 lo St.15 IRISH MAIL siSTi PARACVCI.ES ssril JET MOniF.ES S7 -)0 DESK SETS ST.Sr. BLACKBOARDS 50c to S2.-I5 Footballs 9fic lo Stl.ilS Basketballs J2.08 to $12.50 Badminton Sets—Tennis Rackets Archery Sets— Baseball Gloves Softball*—Mild—Bats Personal or for thc Home: PorUble Washing Machines Portable »nd Console R»dios Records, Record Players and Cabinets \V»JfIe Iron*—Toailers—Irons Pressure Cookers—Pyrejc Gilt Sets Vacuum Cleaneri—Lesler Pianos Iverj-Pond Pianos Famous Names in Fishing Rods & Reels: Hunting trinities— .38 S. * W. Pislnh Gnns—Ammunilion— Decoys Don't miss our .%|inrtlnj; soocls department . . . U'« (he mont complete of Its kind In Bljtherllle, All «ne quality mtr- rhaniiljc you know, toot Indoor and Outdoor Lighting Sets Halos Illuminated Stars and Wreaths breeders are working on v»rletir» that "will Jar out-dtatance thosi we have today," Mr. Straycr said. Mr. Blraycr formerly held lor three year.* the chairmanship ot thc Agriculture Committee of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce. He was Introduced by ', County Agent Keith J.- Bllbrey ot Blythcville. . ' No passes honored on Sunday al Continuous Shows Sat. and gun. Bargain Night Every Nijht Except Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2tOO LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Ihe Roiy Last Time Today "I WONDER WHO'S KISSING HER NOW" with June Haver and Mark Stereni Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Kvery Day Saturday Serial "The Vigilante" No. 1* and Cartoon Con I. Shows Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.n Sunday and Monday Suddenly H% Spring" ramoum PicK«B stoning I Paulette Goddard IK. Fred MacMurray '' •• " "- "" -' Paramount News »nd Short Cont. Showing Spnday l!30-ll;B8 A Special 20 Minute Short on Louis-Walcott Fight Paramount News and Snorti Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Box Of Her Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Last Time Today Three Strangers with Oeraldine Fittserald «nd Sidney Gretnstreet Also Short Subjects Saturday When Dalrons Rode vlth Kandolpli Scott A K»J FrunclJ Srrial "G-Man" No. 3 Continuous Shou-hi^ Saturday U:30-ll:3H '* " Sunday, Monday Cont. Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 Fox News and Sclented Short Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blythevrlle, Ark. '•% Saturday anrt Sunday West of Carson City C'ont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Cont. Showing Sunday 1:31-11 ;M Admission Adults 25c, Tai Incl.' £,'

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