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FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 19.18 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS Phone Informal Party Is Given j TeXQS Girl Chosen Maid of Cotton Honoring W. D. Godwins Mr. and Mrs. William D. Godwin, who were married recently, were complimented Wednesday nielli when Mr, and Mrs. Frank Wliil- worth entertained with a "drop in party" at their home. Approximately 30 couples called between 8 and 10 o'clock. The dining room lablc Iroiu which refreshments o[ party foods and punch were served, was covered wilh a lace cloth and centevsrt with a large crystal punch bowl banked wilh greenery. Mrs. J. E. Beasley and Mrs. Fred Fleemai) presided at the punch bo\vl assisted by Mrs. Clarence Wilson and Miss Nell Harris. Oui-of-town guests who attended were Mrs. Russell Flceman and Mrs. Emvard Hill of Lake Providence, La., quests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman. Mr. and Mrs. Godwin are making their home temporarily with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris. Mrs. Cherry Is Hostess To Mid-Week Club, Guests Mrs. J. Louis Chcri-y was hostess yesterday afternoon jit her home to members of the Mid-Week Club and two guests, Mrs. Jesse Tn'ylor atid Mrs. Elton Klrby. In bridge games played Mrs. Aubrey Conway won high and Mrs. M. o. Usrey, second high. Tlie guests were served T»AGE FIVB Bits of News course luncheon blcs. two at individual ta- Mrs. Hill Is Hostess To. Octette Club, Guest Mrs. James Hill Jr.. was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Octette Club and one suest, Mrs. Guthrie King uf Memphis, with a luncheon at her home on W. Ash. The dining table, covered with a green luncheon cloth, held as a centerpiece an arrangement of re.,1 Tokay grapes combined with greenery. In the bridge games played. Mrs. Edwin Robinson won high score and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, second. Mrs. Hil'- also presented Mrs. King with a guest prize. ;TJ. D. C. Has Luncheon At Roland Green Home Seventeen members attended the 'irst of the four yearly luncheo:i meetings of the United Daughters of the Confederacy yesterday at the home of Mrs. Roland Green. To Appear in Memphis Mrs. Raymond Curlln ot Alexandria, La., spent yesterday In Bly- thevlllc us sm'sl of Mr. And Mrs. R. E. lilaylock. Mr.s Gurlln formerly made her home here. Condition of Mrs. Howard Gra- hajii, who underwent a major operation yesterday at Wails Hospital, is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay and daughters. Miss Iva Seay, Miss Ruth Seay and Ann Seay have moved li'om S. 21st Street, to their nc\v home at 1503 Chickusawba Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. rtonald Geary nncl children of Zancsvlllc. Ohio, have returned to Blytlicvillc 10 make then home. Mrs, Geary will manage the Gulf Station at Fifth an:! Main. Mrs. H. N. swcurcngca left this morning lor Memphis to be with Mr. SwenK'njien who will undergo K mujor operation at the Methodist Hospital today. She was uccomim- nlcd by Mrs. 11. N. Swcnrcngcii Jr., and Mrs. c. W. Kamcy. Mrs. Floyd Seay and son, Bobby, spent yesterday In Ijcachvllle with her p.n ints, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Webster. Mr. and Mi.s. Krcd Fleeman have us their auesls tor several days, Mrs. RusseJl Fleeman and Mrs. Kd- ward Hill ol Lake Providence, La. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr. have as iheir BUL-SI, Mrs. Gulhrle Klnt of Memphis. J. C. Lowe left today lor Little Hock, where he will attend a mcet- Inj; to discuss universal military training and its relations to the national .security program. Mrs. w. N. Stanson of Raytown. Mo is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. D. Fevgvusou und Mr. Ferguson, George Hllbbard Jr. returned [ yesterday Ironi Chicago, Illinois, where he attended the furniture inarkc Murray Oalb "Holiday on Ice," which will appear in Memphis Jan. srY through JYb », are shown as they make one of Ihctr MBKC Jumps. Both hold many litles as Ire artists. The program will IK pmenled in Ellis Aurtltorhui wilh matinees Saturday mid Sunday in nddlllon lo the night perform President's Message to Congress Widens Breach With WoMace Crowd l!\ l..vl<- f. WllMin (Hulled Press Slnff Orrcsuoiitlrnl) WASHINGTON, Jan. !). (Ul'l^ If. as churned, President Tiiinuin's nnnual lursstne was n bid for Henry A. Wallace lo come home and be foiK'rrn. It wus n bust. Wallace ami his communist mulling fellow traveller associates, are pot- ' shotting Mr, Tinman from behind every tree. The Communist newspaper. Daily Worker, called the President^ SJO-for-evrrybndy tnx rednellon pHm n "llille hunk of sucker bait." The IIICSSBRC. svUd the Worker, was really a summons to empire, intervention and war. Tractor Deals Bring Lawsuit Por Millions rtcp. Vlto Marciintonlo. ALP.. N. Y., the distinguished spokesman for Communism who Is serving Ids Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grlgsny and sixth term in Hie House of lu-pre- Miss Matilda Nail of Fort Worth, Texas, is the 1948 Maid of Cotton. She succeeds brnnel Hilma Seay of Memphis, Tenn., who traveled all over the United States and into Europe as representative of the cotton states. The judges are certain that Miss Nail, a blonde, will be equally proficient at the lask of being Maid of Cotton for 1948. INEA Telephoto^ Ml 1 , and Mrs. A. E. returned home from visit to Miami and Fla., and to Havana, there thev attended llnl cnndlducy stands lo Kaln som pacifist voles on the foreign policy Issue and. maybe, (he ballots ol sciui 1 moi tiers whose Wood chills ut Hie thought of eonlllcl. l.nbor Vtilf Kmljtlit nut what Wallace hopes lo do Is Mr. Trumnn on another specific count. 'Iluit Is his (allure to come out roaring In Ills measngc. for repeal of the Taft.-!lnrlley labor control net. Tlie Prestdenl fell fur short of tliat. Tile lefl wlnuei.i will whoop ii]> lhat fact nnd demand lo know why Mr. Tnmmn failed on Jan. 1 to lii'iir down for repeal »f the net which last June lie dc.scr'l- «1 ns » shocking piece of legislation and n clear Ihrenl. lo tile working o[ our democratic society, Tliat is pretty roiiRli lanRimge. Mr. NEW YORK. J»n, », (UP)—The arlneidilp" that lh e lute HeViry Ford and Irish Inventor Henry Ferguson »tarl«d with a handshake 10 rears ago, wound up In the courts today with Ferguson suing for $251,100.000 damages. Ferguson, described as Henry ford's "only parlner." charged the company had unlawfully copied his Iraclor and a hydraulic system of hitching farm Implement* to tractors. Henry l"V>id II. the motor magnate's grandson. Immediately coun- trr-clnrged lhat the company lost $25.000,000 In Its dealings with the Inventor while Ferguson became a mulU-milllonalie. | Ferguson fllfd suit In federal dls- Irlcl court nsalnst the T\>rd Company, three subsidiaries »nd eight Individuals. His lawyer* said It was one of the largest civil suits ' ever begun. He charged that after "ID years of uncenslnR work" In n Rarape In Ireland he hud Invented a hydraulic system for hooklnn Implements to tractors so lUal Iractnr and Implement ogwrnte as a sluule unit. A Henry Ford'.s siiKRestlon, Ferguson brought the tractor and the Attachments he had Invented to Michigan, where he entered Into an agreement thai wns "never re- dviccd \^ wTlllUK." Uic s«ll alleged. In 1931). nccor.dh.ig to Ferguson, thn Ford Conmnnv began making lhe tractor and sold II until June. 1017. ns She "Ford Tractor—Per- RUson .System." Ifowever. the suit said, all rights lo lhe Inventions were retained by lhe Ferguson company. Jackpot Ho To Polite Chief HILIJ5BOHO, O. lUPJ — Chief Lawrence Davidson felt Uk« an overloaded slot machine winner- when Richard M. Morris, 30, Z«nt*,- O., paid his »100 fine lor driYing: while intoxicated. Morris handed the chief MO Is nickels In a cigar box as part payment ot his fine. Why pay $200 for a h«*r- ing aid? Our price 1108.50. Write Wilder Earphone Co., 3li31 Powell, Memphis, 12, Tennessee. Miller have' scntntlves, said lhe speech was a' Truman this week Just said he Imd- wecks shocking thing. The spot whcie Mr., ,,-i changed his opinion of lhe Bel. two Key Cuba. West. While the Orange Dr. Louis Levy Speaks At B'Nai B'Rith Meet Dr. Louis Levy of Memphis, immediate past president of the District Grand Lodge of B'Nai BTtlth was guest of the I. Miller Chapter of B'Nni B'Rith at their meeting Tuesday evening In the recreation | T . . f -i J if- i rooms of Temple Israel. 1 ' ° •""" CXIIfiO King Bowl football game in Minm Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry left tins afternoon for urinkly, where Mrs. Terry will be bridesmaid In the wedding of Miss Jennie V Sharp to John Moore of Clarendon, tomorrow. playground fund drive. Mis. Rouse Harp is in charge ol the committee for planning the stunt night program. Various reports of different activities of the Jaycees also were given. We the Women President Crowd really fall out Is on foreign relations. They do not the Wallace-tor- I an ( | let it go at that. The major leadership of union labor has run out on Wnllncc who was the Idol of the trades ns recently ns aboul n year URO, His candidacy has split the left wing American Labor party In New Princess Anne Leaves Co-hostess were Mrs. Marcus j Dr. Levy also participated in the Evrard, Mrs. Charles Alford, Mis j installation of the newly elected Ralph Bcrryman, Mrs. W. I. Den-1 officers for 1948 who are, Hyman ton. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mrs. i Weinbcre of Osccdla. president; E. M. McCall and Mrs. Elliott Melvin Lapldes of Blytheville, sec- Williams and Mrs. Sue Brown of | retary-treasurer; and Sid Platt of Luxora. j Blythevilte, warden. The two course luncheon was , Immediately following Installation served at individual tables. The j of officers, a buffet supper was dining table, draped with a lace J served to the members and their cloth, held as a centerpiece, white j guests, crysanthemums attractively ar- I « . , ranged and flanked bv red tapers ]i» f i i ii burning in crystal holders. 1VllS ' LraWiOrd Hostess Mrs. Gean Atkinson, the new president, presided during the business meeting. Three out-of-town members present were Mrs. E. R. Bogan. Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson and Mrs. Williams, all of Luxora. 4> • • Mrs. Poe Entertains Jolly Eight Club, Guest Mrs. Elva Poe was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of Jolly Eight Club and one guest. Mrs. Albert Endcrlin. In rook games plaved. Mrs. Gro- l\ff ,. T\/f 17 * L ' ver Wren won high. Mrs. N. H. ' ™S. MoVSC Lntei'tainS Bkikemore, .second high and Mrs. "" Richard Prichard, rooko. Potted poinse.ttias and Nandina berries decorated the home. A dessert course with coffee was served. To f'idelis S. S. Class Mrs. Ivy Crawford was hostess at her home last night with a covered dish supper for members of the Fidelis Sunday School Class "of the First Baptist Church, and one guest, Mrs. Ebb Carson. Supper was served buffet style i Dismissed COPENHAGEN. Jan. 9. (UP) — Princess Anne of Bourbon Parma, happy and smiling, boarded the Nord express today to join exiled King Michael in Switzerland and perhaps arrange a wedding dny. The train left at 9:16 a.m. and Is scheduled to arrive in Basic, Switzerland, tomorrow afternoon. Anne was accompanied on the trip by her mother, Princes Margrethe. Her father, brother and sister-in- law saw her off at the station. Anne said she expected to remain In Switzerland about two weeks. During that time .it is expected that her marriage to Michael will be discussed. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital I from the dining room lable. which wao draped with a lace cloth. Following the supper, Dr. Edna Nic-> gave a short talk and Mrs. Bob Barnes offered the closing prayer. Boium Home Is Setting For Bridge Luncheon With Afternoon Luncheon Mrs. M. Isaacs. Mrs. Harry . Mrs. Roy Ford and baby, city. Coming Events Osceo/a Events Friday Baskclball game. Gosncll vs. Osceola, here, 8:00 p.m. Kirby and Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich ! were guests yesterday when Mr.i. Byron Morse entertained Thursday Luncheon club members with a i two course luncheon at her home, j During the atternoon. '\\heii' bridge games were played. Mr.s. 2. j B. Gee won high and Mrs. R. D. Hughes won second. The table from which luncheon | was served \vas centered with an at her a three . home course luncl W. "^ Business Meeting Held Mrs. Fred Flceman. Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. Marvin Robinson were the guests yester- dav with Thursday contract Club ... . members, when Mrs. B. P. Borum attractive arrangement of greenery. entertained Holly wilh The dining table, from which By JayCCCttCS At CluDVOOlTl the luncheon was served, was ccn- j lercd with an attractive arrange- Members of the Jayceettcs met ment of orchids and white mums : last night at the clubroom for their and heather, with the base ar- . regular business session. rangement of yellow acacia in a Mrs. Marshall Blackard. prcsi- low crystal bowl. , dent, was in charge of the business During the afternoon bridge meeting at which plans were mado games, Mrs. Caldwell won high , lor the stunt night to be held tlw score and Mrs, Fleeman, second' first, of Mr.rch to raise money to high. . help the Jaycees put over their Health Films Sponsored By Harrison School Clubs The EJarrison High School Boys and Girls Social Hygiene Chibs combined to sponsor two health movies Jan. 8. Both films dealt with tuberculosis. They were. "Let My People Live", and "Goodby Mr. Germ". These films were made" nos- sible by the Health Unit of Blytheville and were shown bv Pro!. Ayre E. Lester, one of the boys club directors. Ruth Mllletl BY RUTH MILLETT NEA Staff Writer "Every wife ought to work for otic week in her husband's office," says a wife who did just lhat. and was glad to get back to her job as full-time housewife. "If she did," the correspondent added, "she" would ever afterwards meet him at the door in the 1 evenings with a I chair ready *jo \ :arry him Into the house." It IS loo bad ;hat most wives nave so little nn- lerstanding of Lhe I e m a n d s the breadwinner's job makes on him m the course of a day. Going downtown to an office will sounds so simple to the woman who slays home. She can't understand why he comes home at night tired out, nir.l more in a mood for peace and qnlet than for chatlcr. Or why he dislikes • 'epping out. If she could work beside him for a week she would be more understanding. Works Both Ways Bui. of course, it works both waS's. No man, without spending s week running a house, managing thG meals .washing the disties and doing the laundry, can possibly understand why his wife gives him a dirty look when be comes home at night and asks innocently, "What have you been doing all day?" The reason whp husbands an'l wives don't have more respect for each others' jobs is simply that they actually know so little about them. expect to make such political hny on that Issue outside their own little circle where anything crossing the Soviet Parly line Is prclty near (reason to be put down like Insurrection or stamped out like lire. Wallace culled the lunc to which Mr. Truman's bl-pai tlsan foreign policy shall be attacked. He said the message was delivered In support of reactionary governments throughout the w'orld "at the expense of the American people and at the risk of war." Political observers believe Wallace's prcslden- The school of nursing nl the university of Minnesota Is the largest of IU kind In the United States. Continuous Shows Kvcry Day Box Office Opens 1:43 Show Starts 2:00 I,ISTI:N TO KLCN fl:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:U f.m. the Roxy Last Time Today Bachelor and Bobby Soxer with Cury (Irani and Shirley Tempi* Aha Short* may from pro- Charter No. K389 York wide open i\nd there be some more falling away him nj the campaign year K i esses. It remains lo be seen how effectively Wallace cun win the common workers away from labor leaders. He would not have to win many to kldimii a balance of power vole In several blR Industrial stiilcs. If he can do thai, Mr. Truman's elnc- llon chances will be colder thnn R lightning bug in a, blizzard, Reserve District No. R Saturday JRACY TRAPFtt IYTK Coming to the GEM THEATRE BIythevilie, Ark. Miilnichl Show Saturday Night (Jan. 10) Beast With Five Finqers llobcrt A Id a and Andrea Kin* S.ilurcl.iy and Sunday (Jim. 10-11) Wild Bill Hickok „ with Brucr Cabnl Cartoon "Beware of Red Heads"' Cnnl. Showing Sal. 12:.10-ll:30 Conl. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:30 Repvrl of condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Dlylheville In llir SUle of Arkansas, >t lhe rloj* of bujlncss on Ilr- cember .11, 1617. TuhlUhecl In rttponje lo call mao> by Comnlrollcr o( lhe Currency, under lection 5211. \l. S. reviled itatutet. ASSETS Cash, balances wilh oilier b»nks, Including reserve balance, and c»sh items In process of collection 13,182.803.41 United talcs Government obligations, direct and guaranteed.. 2,010^11420 Obligations of States and politico! subdivisions 248,598.50 Corporate stocks (Including $6,450.00 stock of Federal Reserve tank) fi.4SO.00 Lonns and discounts (Including ll.4ai.07 overdrafts) l,3B2,2li5.4S Hank premises owned $23,018.01, furniture nnd nxlurc.i »8,98B.35 32,005.20 TOTAL ASSISTS $6,850,410.00 I, I A B 1 M TI K S Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations $5,332.522.52 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations.. 7DO,295.VO Deposits of United States Government (Including nostnl savings) Deposits of States and political subdivisions Deposits of hanks Other deposits (certified nnd cashier's checks, etc.) TOTAL DEPOSITS I8',592,817.31 20,587.29 320,387.10 10,209.53 103,815:58 Serial "Brick Bradford" No. 1 and Short Continuous ShourlnK Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday L1ZABETH SCOTT JOHN HODIAK ** URT LANCASTER ^Hal Wallls' P, TOTAL LIABILITIES Capital Stock: Common stock, total par .Surplus Undivided profits ((1,592,811.31 CAPITA I, ACCOUNTS $100.000.00 ( 100,000.00 ' 100,000.00 57,(B9.!i9 " ejsfl&m Paramount News and Shorts Co lit. ShowhiE Sunday 1:15-11:0 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $0,850,440.00 Midnight Show Monday (Jan. n) Sea Wolf with K(lu;ml (J. Itolilnson and Ida I.tipirm C.'artnon "Staprbusli Serenade" M K M O R A N I) U M Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes i 160,000.00 State of Arkansas. County of Mississippi, ss: I, Jack C. Owen, cashier of the alxive-named bank, do solemnly swear that the alxn-e statement is true lo the best of my knowledge and belief. Jaclc C. Owen. Cashier. Correct—Attest: S»m H. Williams E. M. Regenold Chas. Rose. Directors. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of January, 1948. (Seal) Jesse Taylor. Notary Public. Southern Cornbread made with- spread with- delicious DIXIE lt'« a Southern favorite ... steaming hot cornbread. Made with DIXIE and ipread with DIXIE you get double the nourishing food value and rich flavor of Vitamin- fortified DIXIE. DIXIE is made of the finest farm ingredients, ar.d every pound the year around Is Comparison If our large Irans-occanic air- f planes could travel asfar In pro- porlion to their weight as docs the; humming-bird, Ihey could circle the earth at the equator 100.000 times without a slop. Li's a new bottle lhat iton't lilt or tip. It's a new ti})filicator tis cajy lo handle as a pencil. It '5 a HCIV tilostic base nnil fnnnicl, flexible at a fingernail, ama^ngly tong-tfisting. Its <\'tt)ton If hat )ou n-ani, uftttt tec hfiic.' 604' a ttutttc MutMng Klylon linstick SI' this is by La Cross OWENS DRUG STORE Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Nlghl Every Night Kxccpt Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre 1-ant Time Today To Each His Own with Olivia De liaviland and John Lund Also Short* Saturday The Next Thing to Home Itself . . . Dinner at the DIXIELAND! Serial "G-Men" No. 7 and Short Conl. Shows Sal. 11 a.m.-11:39 p.n Sunday, Monday We calcr (o the family circle wilh our good things '" c:l1 ' '' liat ' s w ''- v wc K° to such Pains in the prepar- a( j ()n ()f j)j x j c [ am ]' s foods \Ve want every bite to ' !1 - s ' e J llsf ''^ c '' *'" cs at home, flavorsomc food that '""' n ss about real satisfaction! .............. THY OUK IJKLICIOUS CHICKEN-N-BASKKT Dixieland Cafe North Highway 61 at Holland, Mo. Phont St««l« 17F22 mi timsoiT- HOWIRO SVIIH • »m< DIStCIfO 8V f REttRlCt! DE COROO* Fox New* and Httfr.fi Cant. Slwwini SraUy 1:M-11

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