The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1948 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 10-18 COURIER oc tu, Phone 44GI Miss Games Chosen To Academy Royalty Miss Billie Louise Gaines, dauuli- _tcr of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines, jjl>as been chosen as one o] the two "maids o( honor for Ihe queen of the annual costume ball of the Memphis Academy of Arts, lo be held on the night o! February 7. Miss May Apperson of Memphis, was chosen as queen and Miss Eunice Norton of Jackson. Teniv, Is the other maid of honor. Their costumes will be derived from the art o[ the ages. Miss Gallics, a graduate of Blytheville High School, is a first, year student there. Dessert Bridge Given At W. C. Gates Home Mrs. W. C. Gates and Mrs. Herman Cross were hostesses yesterday at the cates home on W. Walnut when they entertained 12 guests with a dessert bridge. During the bridge games, Mrs. George Pyles won high, Mrs. S P. Martin, second high, Mrs. Ei \ .a Nolen, low and Mrs. John Fenthur- ston, traveling prize. Tile hostesses served a dessert course. • • • Mrs. Dowdy Entertains C. B. C. Club Members Mi's. C. S. Dowdy was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of the C. B. C. Club. When rook games were played, Mrs. bendennle Fowler won hi )i. Mrs O. O. ElWns second hlgii, and Mrs. Cornelius Scherer, rooko. Bouquets or pussy willows were Jgrranged in cut glass bowls through- 1J»it the entertaining rooms. A salad plate was served. Dr. Smith to Speak At Presbyterian Church Dr. Frank Smith, pastor emeritus of the First Central Congregational Church of Omaha, Nebr., will be guest speaker at the First Presbyterian Church at tomorrow morning's service at 11 o'clock. His subject will be "Healing for a Wounded World". Dr. Smith has been pastor of several o£ the leading Congregational Churches in our nation. He was recently in Washington, D. C. where he gave the opening prayer at both the Henate and the House of Representatives. Dr. Smith is the father of Mrs. R. F. Kirshner of Blytheville and has visited in Blytheville many times. Something to Sing About Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Max Myers and Mrs. Phil Hassel of Memphis spent Blytheville attending They formerly lived yesterday In to business. here. Mrs. C. R. Collins Is 111 »t the Blylhevllle Hospital with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Llndsey and daughter. Llnd« Jay of Paragould are (he weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Llnrtsey and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snider. Arch Llndsey « •' daughter. Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon motored to Paragould for them yesterday. Mrs. Ike Miller mid Mrs. Louts Applebaum spent Thursday In Memphis While there, Mrs. Miller consulted her doctor. Sst. E. L. Pinion has returned to WIlllAins Field, Arli.. after spending a few day* here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pinion. Miss Carter Uoatwright of Dan- L . Mess Weedman (s E/ected TSCW Dormitory Officer Miss Arine Weedman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Weedman, 'has been elected by students in her dormitory at Texas State College for Women to serve as counselor. Her duties will include advising the dormitory members and serving on the house council committee. In order to be eligible for dormitory office a student must have a good scholastic average and a good citizenship record. Miss Weedman is a sophomore Journalism major and U ft member of tne Philomathian Literary Club. Three-year-old Herbert U^vid leads these Ihree prospective war brides from Paris In song in Philadelphia. Pa., after Immigration officials told them they could remain in America. They were given 90-day paroles in which to get married ader they misled th« Ellis Island deadline because their ptane couldn't land in a New York snowstorm. Seated is Anne Sticne. 38. enpagcd to Frank Marker, of Fall River, Mass. Standing are Marlhe Donas, 25. who will marry Roy Morrison. Atlant*. Fla.. and Herbert's mother; Fernanda David, 23. who is oil to San Francisco, Calif., and Harold Skeegi. Mrs. Bryan Is Hostess With Dessert Bridge OSCEOLA. Ark., Jan. 10.—Mrs. R: C. Bryan was hostess Thursday afternoon at her country home with a dessert bridge for three tables of club members and two guests, Mis. Harry Driver and Mrs. C. A. Holt. Miss Emma Cox won high score. Mrs, John W. Edrington second high and Mrs. Driver, guest prize. Potted plr.nU and garden dishes were used in the entertaining rooms as decorations. Competition PAGE FIVE Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Women's Auxiliary ol the Presbyterian Church will meet In circle groups Monday afternoon at 2:30 i, in. Circle One meela wllh Mrs. J. A. Sullba. Circle Two meets with MM. Bill Young, circle Three meets with Mrs. Walter Day with Mrn. W. A. Dobyns as co-hostess, Circle Four meets nl 8 o'clock with Mrs. Leon McClairlty. Business Women's Circle mecl.s at B o'clock at the home o( Mrs. Snniud r. Non Is. O, E. O. club meetlni at the home of Miss Dorothy Je«n Hlg- glnson i Woman's Society of Chiistlau 1 Service of Ihe Luke Street Melho- dKt Church meeting at the home: of Mrs. decree shnnk.v Tu«d«r Tuesday Brldgo club being entertained at the home of Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr Jr. Ln Ncuve Club meeting at the home of Mrs John W. Thomas. D. A. R will have a luncheon it Hotel Noble with Mrs. W, T. OberU. Mrs. A. M. n. Hranson and Mr«. Cl. D. Pollock as hostesses. Todd Harrison will be lh c Ruest speaker. Princes, En Route to Switzerland Changes Plans to Meet Exiled King I'opprr (Unllrd Pr«*» Staff G'orrexiioiulrnl) , made there. during a short stop her tr»ln LAUSANNE, Jnn. 10. (UP) Priiice.ss Anne of Bourbon Pnnna mysteriously disappeared from tlie Nord Express while en route to Join exiled King Michael In Swlt- „ f.erland and Is believed limited for • "I woiiirf like the lowlands, report.', from Frniik- ' (mi snld lodny. nrporlm searching Ihe truhi to Interview the princess were told . .. ,, • - - "' "'c Drills!) royal wedding. Mow- by r.llwuy ortlcla 5 (hut Anne Had ever, for that was wlicrc she first not been aboard since Ihe Nord Kx- presi pulled out of Hamburg early We the Women By Ruth Milled NEA Staff Wrilcr For Woman of the Year. .^ »roup of newspaper editors picked Princess Elizabeth of England, what did she do. girls, to win tSiat honor? She got herself a husband. Give^that a few minutes' consideration, you girls who married In 1947. Doesn't that Indirectly make each and every one of you a Woman of the Year? Sure, it does. You Ruth Milled Mrs. Lovewell Hostess To Club Members, Guests OSCEOLA. Ark., Jan. 10.—Mrs. C. E. Dean and Mrs. Rheba Davidson of Uniontown, Ala., houseguest of her daughter. Mrs. Charles Lowrance Jr.. of Driver were guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Sue H. Lovewell entertained two tables of club members at her home. In the bridge games played, Mrs. Davidson was winner of high score. Entertaining rooms of the home accomplished the same thing that Princes Elizabeth accomylishcd. though, of course, without as much fuss and fanfare. Love and marriage are essentially the same old story, whether the principals are royalty or "little people." When marriage comes to a prince?s who is in line to a throne, it's big news. Pomp and ceremony and the spotlight of public attention made it so. But boiling it all clown, it is simply this: A woman has chosen her mntp and led him to the altar and is starting out on the lifetime career as the maker of a new home. Top Rung Every girl who married in 1947 did that. And. as long as we con- v!lle, Va., has arrived lo spend several days here as gue.il of Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Aflllck and son, Charles Miss Polly Wilson, who liad been n patient at Walls hospital (or several days, was dismissed yc'sler- day and has now gone to Pine lilulf, where she will recuperate at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sextus Wilson. She was accompanied there by her mother. Her condition Is improved. Mrs. James V. Klttany and Infant daughter, Nornia Jean, have been dismissed from St. Joseph Hospital In Memphis. They were accompanied Thursday home yesterday by her sister. Miss —•—'-'••-'•• Manera Saltba and Mr. Kittany. Jess Horner »nrt Orover Snider of Manila have returned from a 10 days business trip to Basult, Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hood left la- day for Boonevllle, Ark., where Mrs. Hood will undergo a check-up nt the sanitorium. Tliey will return home tomorrow night. Charles Affllck Jr., his returned home after spending 10 days in points In Virginia and North Carolina. Trl-Town Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Worth D. Holder. Senior-High School p. T. A. meel»- Ing at the High School »t 3 o'clock. Executive board meets at 2:30. Max !i. iield will IK Kiiesl speaker. Wednesday makes no stops l»- l»sl nlghl. The (ruin twecn Hamburg «n<l nankrtnt. It mode a. M-mlnute stop at Frank- furl mid let it 0:10 n in. with a lnrg« group of reporters certain that no one resembling Anne or her mother. Prim-ess MiuBrethe. either on the train nor among descending passcnftcrs. One conductor, asserting Hint Anne linri not been aboard since the express left Hamburg, said lie thought she had loft Ihe train to tnke nnothor one for Liege. Belgium. "Probubly she will KO ft'om there to Brussels or l.tixenibourji." he said. Plan Secret Hrndemius A thorough search of nil cms, Including .skcphiK ears, revealed no Anne laughed and «ald: "I mlftt be, but I'm not very fond of Jewelry anyway." "Ufc 1$ so funny," she said. "You lix things up and then they become unfixed. But I'm glad he's safe and It's all over." Anne Is not the only royal personage close to Michael heading for Switzerland today. Reports from Bucharest said that the last mem- 1 bers of the former Monarch's im- have received «n- wnn mummy and daddy ! try visas for Sw there," she told reporters. scheduled lo leave Romania some- She sulrt she hnd kltul thoughts time during the Jay lo Join him " " '" ' ' In exile. The group Includes about 19 persons. Among them are PrlnceM Instead sue salrl she was tlilnklng of Jiul n simple wedding and had no desire for a brilliant ceremony such (is united Princess Elizabeth «nd Prince Philip In London, ke Just « quiet family j mediate family I mummy and daddy try visas for Sw met Michael. "Prlncc.s.s Elizabeth's wedding was Ileana. her husband, Archduke Arva wonderful experience." she said. I ton or Ilabsburg, their six children "1 (list met Mirtniel there We went r nnd Princess Elizabeth, the former iibont quite- a lilt togc-lhcr and the rumors began lo fly." Nol Inlerr*lcri In Jewels ,.._ She snld (here was nothing offi- \ reunion with his fiancee after last clnl about her ciiRimeinent to the i week's .startling events, when exiled monarch of r/imnnla "bull " Queen of Greece, with about 19 other persons of their suite. Michael's plan for the dramatic everyone .-ircnis lo know about It, suddenly abdicated his throne »n4 licit Romania, remained a secret Asked whether she wns expecting between himself and the member* a ring when sho reached Lausanne, of his entourage. Wednesday Bridge Club being entertained at thp home ol Mrs, p. K:' sign of Ihe princess. accovilliiR in i the Kranklurt dispatches. Oilier _ tatlwny officials Mild thul ".she surtbury p. T A. Executive Bo.rd ! :mls . 1 llB y c doloured from IliunburR 2-10 p.m. [ollowcd by P. T A wcsl I' 1 * 1 ™' 1 °' R° l "B ilhwlly to 3:00 p.m. ' '' "nslc." Daniels Desperately III RALEIGH, N. C., Jan. 10. (UP) —Doctors of Josephus Daniels said that the World War I secretary of the Navy is "very definitely weaker" today. They said he is "desperately ill" and that there U little hope for his recovery. When growers of citrui fruit select their favorite date, that's news. But when she's the human kind at date, that's understandable. Barbara Borders of Mission, Tex., was named "Favorite Date for the llth Texas Citrus Fiesta," annual event in the Texas fruit-growing belt Craighead Assessor Dies JONESBORO, Aril, Jan. 10. (UP) — Loyd Broadaway. 28-year-old Craighead County assessor, died of a heart attack at his office here yesterday. Surviving are his wife, one stepson, his parents, five brothers and two sisters. Chilling Skin Cases Injection Pain CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)—Hypodermic Injections may be made painlessly by chilling the patient's skin, the New England Journal of Medicine reports. Three Harvard Medical School surgeons reported that bringing the skin temperature down to about freezing prevents the pain felt when a needle Is pushed through the skin. The temperature la reduced by a special cylinder filled with cracked ice and chemicals. It also removes pain in blood transfusions, but not Thursil;\y Oclclle club mceling with M(i. M. N. Nunn. Contract Club helnj ciitcrlrvined \\l Hip home of Mr*. Henry Humphreys. jolly ElRlH cl"l> meeliiiB nt (lie home of Mrs. Cleo Wren. Mid-Week Club bi-hiR rntcrlnln- cd at the home of Mrs. Aubrey Conwiy. Thursday Luncheon Club members meetlnc at Ihe home of Mrs. nusseil Phillips. Friday Mrs. Paul By rum entertaining C. B. C. Club members. Saturday Cottillon club members will htve dance at the ijtglon Hut bcgiiuilriR at 9 o'clock. IlosUs and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Rlberl Huffman. Mr. and Mrs Ben HurjxJlc and Mr. and Mrs. Rlley B. Jones. Civic Calendar Monday Junior chamber of Commerce Board ot Directors—•list) p.tn. Tuesday Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion—1:30 p.tn. City Council—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanls Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12;10 T>.m. The mystery was complicated l»y the tint stall-input of Klnu Mli:h- ael's aides that It was not planned for Anne to come to Lausanne. It wns assumed that Mlehnel would meet her In Hnslr. on I he frontier North of Lausanne, but her dlsuppeurancn indlrnlrd Hint another rendezvous Is planned elsewhere In Europe. Anne gave no hint that she intended to leave the tmln when »he was Interviewed by a United Press correspondent at Hnmbnrg last Shoot Out of Season, You Lose Your Car ST. PAUL (UP)—In case you're ilannlng to go huntlnR out of xenon In Minnesota, you'd better cave your car at home. A stale law provides tlinl persons caught transporting Iklegiilly- aken game out of season cull Imvc their firearms and vehicles confiscated. The Department of Gntnc and Pish hiis backed up the decree by confiscating such vchllcs this year. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Jessie Cooly and baby, city. Mrs. Wilson Davis, Stcele, Mo. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Hnlmcs Tinman, Haytl, Mo. Mrs. W. R. Jones and baby. clly. Mrs. A. T. Wilson, Rte. 2, City. Mrs. Franklin Milligan and baby Hayti. Miss Polly Wilson, city. Head Courier News Want, Ads. In local anesthetics. Doctors reporting the discover; were Franc D. Ingraham, Donald D. MaUson and Robert P. Woods. were decorated with green potted 1 tiri . llc to rc Bard marriage as worn- plants. A salad served. plate with coifcc was Rev. Dodd Will Speak t The Rev. Elbcrt Dodd. district pcrultemlcnt of the Louisiana District of Nazarenc Churches, will speak at the First Nazarene Church during the Sunday School hour to- niorroa 1 morning. Title of his talk Is "Three Nights In the Death House." ail's greatest achievement, evnry woman lias the right to [eel that. in the year In which she was married, she reached the top rung of the success ladder. So, congratulations and best wishes to all the Women of the Year in 1947—that is. to every woman who got her man. A dentist specializing in child patients in Los Angeles keeps his tools out of sight in a tiny doll house. After Wrestling Match Be Sure to See Midnight Show at the GEM THEATRE .Monday, January 12th Box Office Opens at 10:30 THE SEA WOLF with Edward G. Robinson and Ida Lupino Plus Cartoon Admission 25c to All Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m (he RJXJ Salnrd»y Dick Tracy's Dilemma with Ralph Byrd and I,yle Cal«ll Serial "Brick Bradford" and Short No. 1 Conliniious Showing Saltirday 13:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday ZABETH SCOn JOHN HODIAK- URT LANCASTER, Paramount \cws and Shorts Cont. Showlne Sunday 1:15-11:M MODERN ARTS STUDIO Formerly Thompson's 418 West Main Street Blytheville, Ark. Announces It's First Annual Baby Contest! January 12th to 31st No Cost or Obligation F R E E F R E E RULES: 1. Baby must be between Hie age of 6 weeks and 5 years old 2. Parents must reside within a 15 mile radius of Blytheville. 3. Babies to be judged for photogenic appearance only. 4. Contestants to be judged in two groups: 1. 6 weeks to 2'/a years old 2. zy-i years to 5 years old. First prizen in each group—§25.00 Savings Bond. Second prize in each group—one 11x14 hand colored photograph. Third prize in each group—one 8x10 hand colored photograph. No Appointment Necessary Studio Hours—0:00 to 5:00 Box Office Opens 0:30 Show Starts 6:45 Open-. Sunday 1:00; KlarU 1:15 Contlnuoua Shown Snt. & Sun. Bmrguln Night Kvery N'lRht Except Saturday N T o passffl honored on Sunday a Itoij Tlicalri Saturday Home in Oklahoma Serial "r.-Mtn" No. 7 and Short Cont. ShoiT* Sat. 11 a.m.-11:30 p.m Sunday, Monday Maun SCOTT JAWS PAIGE Fox News and Scl»rlrd Short Cunt. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:00 DAVID 6. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work of Quality niillor Work inirl Kemmleling a Specialty llO'/i E. Davis St. Phone 4641 4 NATORAL AI1) FOIl Rhumatism Kidney, Bladder Disorder. Tills N'Litunil Mineral Water from Hnl Springs, Arkansas, llelpi to— 1. Stimulate kidney function. 1. Soothe blartdcr Irritation. I. Neutralise nrlc-iicldlty. I. Discharge systemic wastes. W h y not g I r • Mountain Valley a lilal? It has helped m a n y thousand!. Delightful to drink. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY Main ami Division Hlytlicvillc, Ark. SHOP "Eat a Bonnee at Barney's" A Delicious Buttered Steak Sandwich BARNEY'S 2006 West Main Street Phon* 3647 FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • Phone, 3646'a^2525 Coming to the GEM THEATRE Slytheville, Ark. MldnlBht Show Saturday Mghl (Jan. 10) Beast With Five Finqers uilh Robert A hi a and Amlrra Kinp Saturday and Sunday (Jan. 10-11) Wild Bill Hickok wllh Brurc Talmt Carloon "IScwarc of Kcd Heads" Conl. Showing .Sal. 12:30-11:30 Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30-U:30 j Mldnlfht Show Mnnitay (Jan. 12) Sea Wolf with Fdwanl O. llobmson and Ida Lupino Carloon "Slagebush Serenade** FOR SALE TRACTORS and Equipment Now On Display At Our Lot JOHN DEERE FARMALL ALLIS CHALMERS FORD All Sizes and Models We can furnish equipment for most of these tractors. 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