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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 17, 1948
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1948 Society AfewA 9 Phone .Mfil BT.YTIIEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Eberclt Home Is Setting For Covered Dish Supper . st ami hostess and Mrs. W. A. . . . i co-hostess last night when inoy entertained Past Matrons an-l Pnsl Patrons of the ^Masons ami the Eastern Star, with a covered dlsli "upper at the Kberdt home. Mrj>. George Darhain, P.T.A. at Wilson Conducts Forum On School Needs A special meeting of the Wilson P. I. A. was held Thursday night In the High School auditorium. Mrs. j .H. Whltftker, president, was in charge of the business session. Bits of News "'^gut^,,,,. Sin™? 1 '',? <?' *»' •«- ered in the living room" where™* I m % ° E ve ,, . L> ••7^1 ones" games were played. Prizes were won •'— •• - q by Dr. J. A. Bnliba high for the Don Haley high ;„ the womens, and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. rooko Fifteen guests attended the affair Luncheon Party Is Given Honoring P.E.O. Members tions discussed were: What happens to cur sradu- ales? Go to College. Cio to work in liils community. Wort In other communities? 2. What happens to our pupils (hop out of school before Mrs. S. P. Marlin left tcxlay for Phucnlx, Ariz:, for an Indefinite visit with relatives. Mrs. Andiaw Moses, who underwent a lonslleclomy Tuesday at Dr. Anthony's Clinic in Memphis, will return home today. Her condition Is .satisfactory. Mrs. R A. Copcliind \vas dismissed from Ihe Dlytlicvillc Hospital yesterday wliere she luul undergone treatment for sevreal days. Her condition is improved. Mrs. Carson Alley left last nlKht by tilnnc for El C'entro. Calif., where she will visit with her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. C. E. McConntek for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charles o. Iiame\ graduation? 3. Hois' do high school graduates n our community compare wilh lon-Ki-adnatcx as workers? less when thev e'ntp'-f "f" ,""""''" *• What practical skills, should ; ol umcngo, 111., arc the parents hers of chanter N p *• r. mC ".\~ ow sclKX>1 lfMM (of a son born yesterday at a hospii.l * two course luncheon vSioT 5> Whl1 is bcl " 8 do " e '" tcach ' I'" clllca B°' Tlle ''' "rsl child, nc at the Adams home Jesiciciay |,, g for family living? what mi-, has been named James William ^twS'^Li^oui^r^ 1 T™ r ""^^n p-r-ist^^-r^. ^..r s SSn.rnrr" \« : * ! ^ 1%^$$? ln ^ mm ^ aiiangement of yellow candles in- « . termlnsle with white gladioli tube- 1 Pancl , •J" 1 '« l '"s were, Hudson roses and narcissi In a low ',™°,i ! Wrcn ' lcadcr ' Bentley Rhodes, Mrs. howl. . nun mi.i. v_,. vv. itiiiuey ol W Blytheville and Mrs. namey is the. [former Miss Dixie Howard, daugh- Luncheon was served to the 13 members present at Individual tables centered with a vase of narcissi. Mrs. Charles Crifger Jr. presided durins lh e business meeting. A motion, made b v Mrs. Lloyd Stick- Ayn, that $50'be made available Wf !he well child clinic was passed. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was in charge of the program which was in honor of the seven founders of I P. E. O a irt,., \ i I wren, jeacter, iiemicy ituocics, Mrs. a low crjstalj Bh(nche arcenwe n, j. H . Whllaker. Benton Gnrrett. John Jacobs, D. D. tcr of Mr and Mrs. Charles Howard of Luxora. H, N. Suearengeu Sr., ,ms Hams, C. . Hale and George Patchall, Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the hospitality committee, under the supervision of Mrs j. K. Ncely, chairman. Rev. Halsell to Speak Brotherhood Meeting H N accom- Miss George Ann Stllwell arrived today from Arkansas Slate, Jonesboro, to spend her mid-term vacation \vith her parents, Mr. and Mrs Qeorge Stilwell. She will return to school Tuesday. Miss Ernesttm French and Miss Mrs. Riley Jones of Manila was L MJ» S Ernestlui French and Miss the only out-of-town member pre- The Rcv - Aum ' e y Halsell, pastor i Mildred Meador students at Arkan- sent. of the First Baptist Church In s »s State. Jonesboro, vtil arrive • • * West Memphis, Ark., will be guest today to spend their mid-term va- Mrs. Gates Entertains With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. w. C. Cates was hostess yesterday when she entertained eight of her friends with a bridge luncheon at her home on W. Walnut. During the bridge games played, prizes were won by Mrs. G. S. Barnes, Mrs. George Pyles and Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr, Jonquils and tulips | n various colors were attractively arranged in the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Scherer Is Hostess Club Mrs. con speaker at the Brotherhood mcct- 1ns at the First Baptist Church. Tuesday evening, 7:00 o'clock. The Rev. Mr. Halsell will tell of j his experiences on the trip to the Baptist World Alliance Meeting ln_ [ Denmark last Summer. ; Supper will be served promptly • at 7. To Mrs. Hunt Entertains With Bridge Luncheon OSCEOLA. Aak., Jan. 17—Mrj. W. E. Hunt was hostess yesterday when she entertained two tables of bridge club members and three guests. Mrs. C. E. Sullenger, Mrs. S. L. Oladish and Miss Blanche | cation with their parents. Miss Barbara Culllson student at Arkansas State, Jonesboro, is spending the mid-term vacation with relatives. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital . Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Lowe and baby, Manila. Mrs. Russell Blackwell, city. Mrs. J. R. Ryans and baby Por- tagevtlle, Mo. Ruth Agnes McBride, city. Walls Hospital Dismised: Bobby Singleton, Stcele, Mo. .rneliu, Scherer was hos-! oh7ri'iV™""* 00 " '' h "'*°™ D ' St " ef *?«"* *Omed c? a l. rcZVnibe^i - Win ? er of high 3core '" M "' By Extension Services and one guest. Mrs. Leon Scherer. During the afternoon when rook games wer e played, Mrs. Lendennie Fowler won high, Mrs. Leon Scherer. second, and Mrs. O. O. Elkins, Potted plants decorated enter- j Wesleyan Guild to Meet talning rooms of the home. Winner of high score was Mrs J. I,. Ward. Attractive arangements of red berries in low bowls were used as decorations in the entertaining rooms. A dessert course was served. Lutheran Church Will Install New Officers Monday evening, 7:30 During worship service tomorrow \ home of Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, 709 morning at the First Lutheran i W. Main. Church, church officers will be in- i Miss Mamie Adams and Mrs. L. fi. Westeyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church will begin a study of the book "Great Prayers of the Bible," by Charles M. Laymon, at the , stalled by the Rev. Robert Jaeger pastor. C. L. Smith will be installed as president, Herman Koff, vice- president. Weldon Nebcl, secretary and James Deal, treasurer. These men, together with the pastor, form the Church Council for the year 1948. The trustees. Herman Hoffman and Earl Wildy, with the church officers, were unanimously re-elected to office by the Voters' Assembly of First Lutheran Church. Fred Heichcl will again serve aS| Tmil .^ the church's representative to the! i, •« pth/.i Missouri Synod, and will be a con ' . Old Jr., will direct the study. Manila News Monte Grimes has returned from Little Rock where he attended to business. Mrs. Harris Hunt has returned home frnm Memphis Baptist Hospital, with her infant daughter, Martha Washington Hunt. Mrs. Russell Fleeman and Mrs. -Newt Hill of Lake LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan 17 — (UP)—The appointment of Kenneth S. Bates as district agent for 20 Northwestern Arkansas counties was announced by Aubrey D. Gates I associate director of the University I of Arkansa-i Extension Service yes- I terday, Bntes will have his headquarters in the Little Rock state office where ho succeeds Milliard W. Robertson who has resigned to accept a position with th e Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation. Bates has been agent of Washington County since September 1944. He was born In Waldron,' Ark., and is a graduate of Arkan| sas Tech at RiLsscllvilU and the I University ol Arkansas. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Wesleyan Service oullct o; First Mclhodlst Church will meel si Ilie home of Mis. Allen I). Slewnrl. 7:30 p.m., to begin study course. womens Auxiliary ol the First Presbyterian Church will meet »t Ihe clinrcli nl ''M p.m. Esplcopnl Auxillury inrrHuK will) Mrs. S. S. Palterson, 818 West Mfllii nt 1:30 p.m. Flrsl Mctliodist W. S. C. s. will meet In circle croups Monday Circle One, meet* nt tlie home of Mrj John Miles Miller with Mrs. nyron Moore AS co-hostess. Circle T\vu meets with Mrs. Henry Humphreys' Circle Thief, meet* with Mrs Hurry W. Hnlnes. Circle Four, meets .11 Ihe home of Mrs. W. i,. jiornrr circle Five, metis with Mrs. .1. W Ad- nms Jr., n ,,d circle six. meets nt the home of Mrs. fclton Kirby. Baptist Y. w. A. meeting with Miss Adallne Lcc. Business Women's circle Kluhl of First Raptlsl church nu'ctinu nl tin- home of Mr.i. n. w. Woolen Baptist W. M. U. will have n Missionary prugriim at Ihe church at 2:30. Tuesday Tuesday Bridge Club will meet at Ihe home of Mrs. Boylo Henderson. Business Women's circle 7 nf the First Haplisl church will meet with Dr. Edna Nle.s nt 7:30, Wednesday Mrs, W, R. 111111(011 ol Unsselt. will speak nt joint mcetlnc of Central and Langc I'lxrcnl-Tenchci 1 Associations, al the VOUHK Peoples Department of the First Baptist Church at 3:00 p.m. Mrs. J. C. Elll.s will be hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club. Mrs. Bill Gilbovv entcrtninlng Avalon Bunco Club at her home. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will DC hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club at her home. Miss Iva Scay and Mrs. Rouse Harp complimenting Miss Ethel Mae Ebejdt, brlrte-elect of Joe Vnn Clevc, witli a. dinner party nt the Scay home. Thursday Mrs. E. B. Gee will eiilertaln Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Riclmrd Prichard will be hostess to Jolly Eight CUib. Mrs. c. A Cunningham will entertain Mid-Wcck Club members nt her home. | Mrs. F. B. Joyner will be hostess to Thursday contract Club. | Club Eight meellnp nt the home of Mrs. JTSSC M. White. Mrs. s. C. 'nicker hosiers to mem- i bcrs of the Octette Club nt her home. Bunco Club meeting nl the home of Mrs. Otho Stnnfield. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. American Legion—8:UO p.m. Wednesday Klwanls Club—12:10 p.m. Central r. T. A. Executive Board— 2:30 p.m. Followed by P. T. A. meet- ' Ing—3:00 p.m. , Qlrl Scout Lone Troop— 8:00 p.m. Rolavy Club—12:10 p.m. Sock Pocket day along with John Nicholas Hrown. Assistant Sscreturv of ihe Navy for Air. Mrs. Woodrow Wilson «nd Mrs. Eleunor Roosevelt, widows of two of the, presidents under whom Daniels jeri'ed, were expected to<l«y. Joseph O. Or«w, former ambassador to Japan, was to represent Secretary of State Oeorje O. Marshall at the funeral. Among the flowers overflowing Wiilccatone, the blj gray house where Daniels died after a 12-day battle with pneumonia, was a large wreath from the Mexican government. Daniels served as Ambassix- i dor to Mexico from 1033 to 1641. WEATHET (Continued from P»|i 1) Memphis area, the cold front suddenly hit K bladkel of warm, moist air moving from the Southeast, nosuit: heavy .snow. While Tennessee was smothcivil I today nniler » Heavy blanket of 1 snow, California suffered a serious water shortage from an Intense' heat wnve. iincl lhi> MldWe.vl MILS promlM-ii relief from a severe cold snap that was ealhiK 1111 Hie nation's critically .short supply of heii'.lng gas mill oil. •ilie Mioiv loll lust nli;lil in n bi•:• nf a) i mllivi wliiu from I'mnsyl- viinln (» Northern Loulslann. I'avr- nienls wore treacherous In the nrr.i and hntllrj Mowed lo almost n wulk 'I'he Chli-uKo Went her lluren'i promised Mint temperatures vvuuld ivnrni up IhroiiRlMiiii Ilie MIiHVc.M beKlnnliii; tomorrow. Until I hen, however, the. mercury was due to slny neur rero wltji thn intense n.H conilmilng I,, raf up oil am! fun which wiis bring rationed In many cmniuunlllcs. 12 Dlr In Fires; 3 Vrrrie At least J2 (icrsoiiii died In flrc.s CIRCUIT COURT (Continued from !'*(• 1) (llcntou, et al; Ben McArthur White win C ' Cl 8l ' vc » s ; Clarence Wllkenson v». W. 8 Edwards Jr ; (•forge Cox vs. o. S. Rolllson, el Rl. Jan. 22-Cecll Thurman, ct nl, vs. fit. Uiiils sun Francisco Hallway Co.; Alnx Malyer vs II. n. Mltchcr- 8<>n ; Mrs. vera Murphy vs. Midwest Hairy products Co.; The Pul- Jan. as,— A. D. priest vs. c. C. and Carolyn Couucllle; Archie Harper vs, Lane Nowcll; Mary Ellen fil.iljlw VK. writ nutfiiie Co.- May- inlc Oulwn vs. Mlnnlo Lula Mea- dcrs; Jose Oonroloz vi. Leltnd Xok • T Chicago model Alice Niescn, lop displays the latest thing to coma out of Hollywood—nylons with n built-in J.ipperccl pocket in Ihe carter hem for carrying sna)-e rash. A scarlet-colored zipper ndds decor. At bottom is , t-Aott- <w ol the new m:id money cache. Jim. 20.-F. Fisher vs. Chester Oi'«y. ct »l; William Doj., vs Bl|ck MchnrK: i>nul w. Davis, <4 ,|, m ., Viral Nntlonnl Bank; F, plshcr vs'' (inrth Cnslllo; Nortnitn Bunch vs. Runford noone, et nl; Mm-dock O. Mcitnc vs. Qcn, American Ltfo Insurance Co. Jan. -27—l,eon doom v». Ersley Homn; irii Crawford vs. H. I,, s.ui- t'uusrd by overheated stoves In Die MldWest nnrt Fnsl. Three other per- .iniis from to death. Temperatures wrre higher today riloiiB the Allantlc Const. The mer- ciiry was rising also In Florida, who-ir llu- S1 on.nno.Oflo cilnis fruit crop was Ihreiilcned by cold snap a few days BBO. Tin nation's eoldest cities nl .1 a.m. today were Oululh, Minn, inui Grand Forks. N. D. Thermometers In both town* rexistercd w below mm. It win Ji below at Interim- tlnmtl Pulls where hundreds of peo plo were wllhoul fuel oil for their stoves and Ihc city luul tin-own open public: buildings for them to use tmlll the cold wave passes, .i , ' , •i. vs. Magnolia Petroleum Co »t •I; Farmer s. England vi. MtcnelU Petroleum Co., «l al; Bonlt» Wre- ten. et al, vs. Magnolia Petroleum' Co., ct al; Ethel Harris vs. R A. Anderson; H. C. Campbell vi. Un. T. A. Crockett, et >1. The following ciwej were lUUd as on call and may be set lor heaving anytime during the fcrm: Alvln Wunderlich vs. w O Cates;; T. L. Lewis VI . A ddl« »! Hotichlna; J, R. McCord v*. »i- bcrt Turner; T. L. LcwU v§. Rty- mond wrluhl; L. A, Brown vi J C. Rauls, ct al; jewel Mayo vs. Faber White, c t al; B. C. om Co. v«. Aseencion Hernandez; Ethel Boyett vs. naymond Crawford, et »!• L. W. Mathews Gin Co vs. w. M. Holland; In the matter of Mllllxan Ridge School District No. I; In the mailer of Brown School District NO, 50; S. J. Sclnimaker va. A. 11. Schumakcr; John Mlnyard vs. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Speck; J.' Coiiwny Hall, et al, vs. Harry J. I'rltzlua; St. LouU SoulhwesUrn' Hallway Co V5 . Richland Construction Co.; Marlnda J. Peterson, «t «l ,vs, Elwood Taylor, et al. Seeks Judges/lip SEARCY, Ark.. Jail. 17. (UP) — Elmo Taylor. Scarcy attorney, has announced as » candidate for circuit Judge of the First Judicial Bill Introduced |To Exfend Rent Controls a Year WASHINGTON. Jan. 17. (UP)— Sen. John J. Sparkman, D., Ala., yesterday Introduced a bill to extend rent controls to April 30 1949. The bill, Sparkman told the Senate, also would continue limitations on construction of theaters nnd other recreational facilities, maintain veteran preference for new housing, and permit allocation of U.S. Officials Attend Daniels' Funeral Today RALEinil. N. C.. Jan. 17. <UP> — Top U. S. officials gathered here today to pay linal tribute to Jo- sophus Dai:ie!s. editor of the Raleigh News and Observer and World Wiir J Serrelnry of tile Nnvy who died lit (lie age of S5 Tlmrsdiiy- Tin- funeral was io be he'ld at 2:M p.m. tciday at the Edcuton St. Church here. Scrrrlary or tlie Navy John L. Sullivan and Si:crotnry of the Army Kenneth Royall arrived yestor- . Two Republican members of special Senate subcommittee, meanwhile, said they are confident Congress will extend rent controls, which expire Feb. 20, for prnhnbly another year. were guest* ol Mrs. E. C. Flecman' office of ' Miss Elizabeth Blythe I .„, .,_„ county clerk: Willis of St. Louis. Mo., has arrived for a short, visit tact man between the Lutheran ' ,^ " M arr ' TCd for " short church in BlyS.le"andT allTh^ Mr "andTrs' ""' £« D ' v ' d elsewhere. week for a short % Newly elected officers of the La- i I™ 6 ' ^^"^ pare(nt ?: Mr ' alld ,«' Guild of the church will as- £!,£ J ' C ' WaUcrs ot Gircnv.lle. O. A. Allen Jr. and Miss Nell Dean Anderson of Manila. Circuit. H « Is seeking the post now held >) 5' D - S. Plummer of Marianna who cannot seek re-election after "is appointment following the death of Judge E. M Pipkin of Helena. Taylor served as prosecuting attorney from 1939 to 19-13 and as assist state attorney general In 1944 an d 1045. sume their duties in the February meeting of the group. These officers, elected recently, are Mrs. Weidon Nebcl. president. Mrs. Herman Hoffman, vice-president. Mrs. George McLeoci, (rcasurer, and Mrs. Robert Jaeger, secretary. T ursday to ipcnd New Orleans, La. Marriage The following couple obtained a 1 marriage license yesterday hi the GEM THEATRE MIDNIGHT SHOW Saturday, January 17th "Dark Delusion" Plus Comedy Box Office Opens 10:30 Admission 250 to All WHY? Spend hack-breaking, brow- per.spiring days . . . enslaved (>y your washtub ... in nn (narfet|tiatoly heated, dismal unfinished basement? TRY! . . . bring your wash to oui Laundry. At the drop ol i liat . . . presto! Sparkle- Clean wash and linens. Betted than ever before! |i EASY UUNDRY Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phon« 4418 COMING TO THE THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Wednesday, Jan. 28th 11:30 p.m. ... At the Delta and win her favor, with wholesome foods she's certain to savor! CHICKEN EVERY SUNDAY This Sunday: Baked Chicken With Siicdnl Dclln Dressing AND A FULL MENU OF OTHER DELICIOUS ENTREES HAVE YOU TRIED OUR GULF-FRESH SEAFOOD? DELTA CAFE South Division St. Phone 3685 RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All Type* Eiccpl Cancer) DRS. NtES&NIES Clinic r,H Main, BiylhevlHc. Ark.. Phone 1 FARM <M LOANS Home Office, Newark, N. J LOnU Y4RM PROMPT CLOtltto CAM.. WRITE OR SEI RAY WORTHINGTON LOW KATI US 8. Third SI., BljtheTllle. Ark. Srrvlnf This S-rllnn 2* Vran Autliarilt,! Mar,, as , !.„„„ Solicitor /or THE PR11DF.NTIAI. INSURANCE CU.MJM.'Vr OF AMERICA Advance Ticket Sale Ritz Box Office 75* to All STUDEB AKE RS u CHAMBLIN SALES CO. J} Sofei * STUDEBAKER * Servic* E KnJoy »fcty and peace ol mind through regular tar inspection. B 9 I'ul in Good Kunning Order • New I'aint Job • Chech Klcclrical System II 1 Brake Lining and Steering ** A B A ! I footf telectlon »f new and-used truck* Also, a nurnb« ol lau model used can ... all guaranteed! MallroU aW Ash SU««. C* (.«» Chamblin Dial 218» Bill Chtmblin T> STUDEBAKE RS Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 L1STKN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:M p.m. tlio Rosy Saturday Swing Western Way with .lack Leonard and Mary Da|U ScrUl: "Brick Bradford" Ne. 1 and Short Continuous Stiowlnr Saturday ia:30-ll;30 Sunday and Monday DURBIN DONAID . O'COHHORU - ^i, JOHN r^usigfi DALL WON 1 it»«*!*SL fEERCt Pirn mount Newi and Shorli ConU Showlui Sunday 1:U-11:» Box Office Opens 6:30 Sliow Starts 6:4$ Opetu Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Contlnuoui Shnws Sat. t gun. Bargain Night Every Nl»ht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Thratrt SATURDAY Pioneer Justice with Lash T^iRua Serial "Cl-Mcn" No. g and Short Cont. Slums Sat. t] a.m.-11:30 p.m. Sunday, Monday Foi News and SelecteO Short Cmit. Shoring Sunday I:30-U:M Coming to th« GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Jan. 17-18 The Verdict wilh Sydney.Greenstreet an* Peter Lorn Conl. Showing Sat U:M (« 11:11 Cont. Showlnj Sun. 1:J»- 11:3*p.m

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