The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 29, 1948
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f FAGB FOUR BLYTHTVTLLl (ARK.)' COURIEK JTBW8 octe ewA Phone 4461 ' Miscellaneous Shower Honors.Mrs. Halsell Mrs. Roy Halsell, who was before her recent marriage, Miss Wands Bellinger, wu complimented Tuesday night when Mrs. Clalr Miller, Miks Polly Flanagan and Miss Edith Bellinger entertained with a miscellaneous shower at the Miller home on Luinerate Street. Games were played during the evening and prizes won by Miss Jlm- TOle Frances Clemmons and Mrs. Earl Wilson. Mrs. Miller presented (he guest of honor with her gifts from a box decorated In red and white to carry out the Valentine motif. The dining table, from which refreshments were served buffet style, was draped with lace cloth and held M a centerpiece an attractive arrangement of jonquils and Dutch . Iris in a low crystal bowl. The individual heart shaped cakes in red and white added to the attractlve- , ness of the decorations on the table. t Mrs. Halsell chose for the occn- ' alon a black faille ballerina dress I fashioned with a I black accessories. boat neck and | Chapter D, P.E.O. Meets ! At C. W. Afflick Home I Mrs. C. W.'A(flick was hostess at J her home yesterday with a J o'clock , luncheon for members of Chapter I D.. P. E. O. Sisterhood. 1 The dining table at, which the i juesta were seated, was centered r with an attractive arrangement of [ mixed Spring flowers. , Following the luncheon, Mrs. W. 1. t Denton presented the program on [ the subject of "Founders Day", which ,-marki the 19th birthday of the i P. E. O. Sisterhood. J A two-course luncheon was served. ! Town and Country Club t Meets At McCutchen Home | Mrs.. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. i Joe Klrby of Paragould, liouscguest I of Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. were, * gueiW yesterday when Mrs. McCul- , chen entertained Town and Coun- 1 try Club members at, her home. ! During the afternoon when bridge games were played, Mrs. Clco Ten Best-Dressed Cities Narped by Women's Institute MOUNT VERNON, N, Y., Jnn. 10 (UP)—The American Women'* Institute, a cosmetic firm, announced yesterday the names of 10 best- dressed and three worst-dressed cities of America, based, It said, on national survey. Best-dressed cities, and how their women look, were named as: New York, sophisticated; Atlanta soft Southern; Miami, provocative; Detroit, mature; Washington, re- frrshluij; Philadelphia., pert; Dallas, piquant; San Francisco, Intriguing; Salt Lake City, wholesome; and Seattle, exciting. Worst-dressed cities, the firm said, were Boston, Chicago, and Palm Bench. Uostojj, the surveyors faid, never catches up with fashion tuiill it's well established; Chicago Is a hodge-podge. J'.ilm Beach Is explained inexplicably as "surrounded by beauty in clothes, but not properly affected by It." The survey, it was sain, wns conducted by looking at women in various places «nd jiitlEiiiK them for Ingenuity, newness o fstyle and Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Waller Rojenthal returned last night from St. Louis where they attended market. While there they celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary with relative!. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal were accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. Carrol Meyers and Mr. Meyers. Mrs. Sam Flormnn Is spending several day« Jn MarlA-mia with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Strnsbern, Mr. Strasherg and son. John Bruce Wilson, student at Northwest College, Senatobla, Miss, has returned there after spending the mid-terra vacation here with his mother, Mr«. B. B. Wilson. Miss .lorry Williamson of Cardwell, Mo., Kraiidaughter of Mr. uirl Mrs. W. W. Walson of Blythcvllle, has pledged Zela Tail Alpha Sorority nt I he University of Arkansas, Tay- etlcvllle, where she Is a student. Mrs. Eunice Yoiinjr left Tuesday iiiRhl for SI. Louis where she will ... t ,^»u.vj , .,t;,1 »\ [>,-. n 1OLJIT; rtilU 1,>*,«'*. I UI ol, i_rt>ll]R WIIC1R SnC WU Ingenuity r>! cloll'.lng to the indl- attend market. She will return Sat vlriual's personality. Miss Bond Is Speaker •. At Demonstration Club Miss Gertrude Bond, Mississippi County home demonstration agent, was speaker yesterday afternoon at the Dogwood Home Demonstration club meeting in the Dogwood Community Building. MM. J. T. Hipp, president, presided during Ihe bu.'iincis session, at which time plans were completed for the farewell pnrty honoring Mr. and Mrs. Albert Payne and son, Lance, who moving to Florida. Miss Bond discussed Ihe .subjects. : 'L.amlscapir.K", ''Gardening" alul "Meal Curing". lU'lio.shiwnts of cake nild coffee were se'.'ved by Mo. Jim Lutes. i Langston won high and Mrs. R. C., service ;. Mergers Is Hostess To Methodist W.S.C.S. Wumen'.s Society of Chiistiiin f Rose, second high. t Entertaining rooms of the home » *ere attractively decorated for the » affair. J Refreshments were «ervcd. of tlie Dell Methodist r « Bridge Luncheon Given J Mrs. Mrs. Charles Rose | Mrs. Charles Rose was hostess 8 yesterday at Hotel Noble, with a » luncheon for members of the Wed^ nesday Bridge Club and two Riiest.s t Atrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. W • D. Ohamblln | Luncheon was served In thf Colo- it nial Room of ffii- Hotel, which wns {attractively decorated with bouquets J of Spring flowers. 1C Following the luncheon. brldRc « was played with prizes being won J by Mrs. F. E. Black for high and i Mrs. L. E. Old, second high. Church met Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at tlic Jiome of Mrs. Enrl Magcrs. Twelve metnbers anti one visitor, Mrs. Arthur Penter or Os- ceoln, attended. The dcvoilonal was given by Mrs. L. M. Moody and Mrs. D. L. Shepherd the opening prayer. The business was in charge of the president, Mrs. H. O. Edwards, Mrs. J. R. Gill Icil the study of the mission .stvitly book "Grout Prayers o[ the Bible". The tio.sLChs served course, with cofiee de.sscrl urday. Condition of Mrs. Marie Rodery who Is confined to her home on Henley Street following an attack of appendicitis is snlisfactory. Mrs. 15111 Godwin Is spending a week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hcrlz. In Hacine, Wise. Mr. antl Mrs. Vcrnon Caro and son, Peter, of Cardwell, Mo., have returned to their home after spend- in!! two days here as guests of Mrj. Caro's pnrenlj, Mr. and Mrs. W. W Walton. Dick Wilson, son of Mrs. B. B. Wilson, returned yesterday to Northwest College, Scnatobin, MLss. after spending the mid-term vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Platt are spending several days in St. Louis where they will attend market. 'Voice' Director? George V. Allen, U. 8. ambassador to Iran, in mentioned for the post of Assistant Secretary o f State for Public Affairs, direct- Ing the "Voice of America" overseas information program. A bill living the State Department permanent authority for "Voice" broadcasts was recently approved by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Two GIs Manufacture Coffee Vending Machine That Puts in Sugar, Cream THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, !94» By B. Rurion Heath NEA Stiff CotTMpondtnt PHILADELPHIA—NBA)— Lloyd Rudd »nd Cy Melllclan hav« mad« dopes out of those pessimist* who think there are no more chances for young men to star In success (lories. In their lute 20's, after time oub (or war »nd without pull or rich unclrs or Influential friend*, they have built an Idea Into a business that promises to grow more than »3,000,000 In Iti first full year. They hope to hit «8,000,000 In their •icond year. If it weren't for Maj. o«n. Bennett E. Meyers, the big Idea might not have come along, although Meyera doesn't know It. The procurement officer, whose personal wartime activities have put him in thj spotlight of a grand Jury and Senate probers, Issued an economy order at Wright Field one clay that put Rudd and Mell- klan In the automatic coffee business. In December, and rtm ta malting i factory Into which they iMftf mo " e >'' Oct. 1, and rent, it to them. = A They Incorporated j n M ay, 1947. Those other Idea* beror* i'th.S, By June they had 25 machines coffee edict came along? One »«• put. NOW, in a big new factory, » "pulp tester" to tell dentljla, %» they ore turning out from 10 to electrical Impulse, whether a tob£ t\? t m n i .I* ria5 ' : they llaVE 5( *> llm ' e k stlu allve : " le v made'** installed; they hav e deposits with model that worked and 'gave It to oiaers for 2200 more; and they an AAF flight dental surgeon. Anna\e turned down ten times that other was for a simple, economical number because they can't fill hydraulic coupling The third was ™- for a new lithographic etching pro- Evcry machine Is sold on agree- cwis: lhejl * 1111 Intend to do some ' , -. ' '° "VIM VIII HKIC17- ment that Rudd Mellklan, Inc It to supply the liqoid coffee con- i centrate, the cream, the sugar I tne paper cups and wooden spoons I —which gives them a continuing income even if some day they saturate the market for new machines. And this has bean done without even a GI loan, the first recourse of most veterans going into business. To finance the corporation they walked the streets, canvassing offices, perfect strangers, until they thing . flowing freely. ll . once the corfe»'» We the Women Bv Rulh Milled NBA Staff Writer "I'm afraid my party won't be a success If I can't serve cocktails." n teen-ager recently wrote the editor of the New York World-Telegram 's "T e « n Tnlk" column. Adults would de In a belter position to act shocked at such a confession, if so many of thorn didn't (col the same way about their own parties. How can they properly squelch a teen-ager for being afraid to have ^ iiit ..imnci ft piu'ty without cocktails, wiicn .so Mrs. Una'"iefi "s'umuiy for m!iny 81'ownups are scared to death St. Louis where she will attend mar. to entertllin wlhout being able kct. She will return home Friday, anil Mrs. Louis Lansky hav lounU H persons who together sub- Rudd Meliklan bonanza: It pours sclibed *75,OI>0. coffee when you want it. | Hie fust, major subscriber was , In March, 1946, he came right home ' operator! whonTlhc?had^S'wiu'le Rudd was a first, lieutenant »nd i to Philadelphia and went to work thc y «'cre at Wright Field He nut Melllcian a sergeant when they '" tlle «alf of » two-car K araj>e : "P $15.000 because he thought tilcy began making plans to go Into the t »« l wasn't filled with lawn and n ?d a money-making idea Their manufacturing business ifter the e'roen tools. Rudd Joined him the biggest Investor i s a prominent cas- war. They spent their off-duty j " ext month. ket maker. He built the big new hours trying to figure out what to By July they had their first ma- ' ,Y, — manufacture, and had three prct-' chine completed, mostly out of ! Worry of ly good ideas when Meyers gave slur salvo^ed from scrap aid sec , 1- A I C" f -e->-**-•-• . them . better one. He ordered all ond-hand "sources. By hat iime ' FALSF TFFTH coffee centers at the field shut they had gone completely throuqh I rt •-"•**•• I 1.1. I M Multcrlns about the decree over out of'Eavine sy and'^th^' mJT'rt" Slipping or Irritating? bottle from a cold drink m«- of every' penny they could get on TE^TH ^ cmba f r f 5Md by loose chine, they suddenly found their i personal basis - including the • 7»lS^ .^T P - S ' J ' S pleas " bonanza: a coffee dispensing ma- pawning of Cy's cherished p-im* ^ , Dipping. dropping or chine, to be located wherever peo- ra equipment cnensM « came- wabbling when you eat. talk or pic might want to get a cup of Thclr ,,,./ ,,„,,„,,„ laugh. Just sprinkle a little FAS- coffee without th e trouble of going =,,, „ „ ' i Installation was at ant powder gives a remarkable to n restaurant or a lunch counter ^ut, of ?r,rV,/ Tfn \ ^ ?°° Eense ° r atlded comfort and security Drop In a coin-usually a nickel- 7i,I =?„„,, . ,, cenls thc d ** by holding plates more nrmlv. No e stcelcrs teat the Kasles in 1946. gummy, gooey, pastv taste.or fecl- Iheir first permanent installation.' Ing. It's alkaline (non-acTd). Get at a tcxile dyclni! plan, was made i FASTEETH at any druK store Roth Mlllett depend on a couple of drinks. nir, aim Mrs. Louis Lansky have Society today Is pratlcally built rvs their guests, Mrs. Phil Ross mid I ° n 'he idea that hospitality begins daughter, Miss Frances Ross of -«^- ...uw - j_i-u *•— .—. Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Udmond n. lielole and children, Eddie. Kathy and Rene 1 left yc.stcrrtny for Memphis where they will visit with Mr. Bclote's parents Mr. and Mrs. George E. Delote Sr. and ends with a drink. Many host esses are firmly convinced (hat you I. Announcement * • * The Seekers class of the First J Methodist Church will have a cov- S ered dish supper tonight, 7:00 o'clock * a' "-- -•---• ' at the church. At The Hospitals Blythtvlllr. Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy Colhren. Tomato. Mrs. Clarence Lorren and baby, Manila. J. T. Oiler, city. Mrs. T. E, Smalloy and baby. city. Mrs. Miuy June Duncan, city. Mrs. W. E. Wntklns and baby, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Ed Hilrinn. Rtc. 3, city. David llnrmon. Air Dase. R. D. Everett, Rtc. 1, Sleele, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Eiclf"Knd~s'on Loy Allen Elcli have left for a Winter vacation In points of Interest In Arizona. While there, they will visit with their daughter. Miss Gall Eich, who Is a student at the University of Arizona, Tucson. Mr. mid Mrs. John Osborji: and Von nae 'Jolllff have returned after ipnidlng several days In St. Louis. . Mr. Rowland from East Orange, N. J. Mrs. Rowland accompanied them home and she will also visit 'Nuclear Physics a Breeze for Her press a button for sugar or cream, or bolh, and the machllne does the rest. Their wives needled them on. In spare liin< they designed the machine and all its parts, made some of tlie smaller parts from waste, and checked on patent complications. When Mcllklan got his discharge Li'ttfe Rock Officer* Seek Custody of Negro LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Jan. 20. <UP>— The elusive chase for Clar- cuce (Baby Doll) Johnson was resumed today when two Pulaskl County officials left for East St. Louis. III., to attend a habeas corpus hearing tomorrow. Pulaskl officials are seeking the Negro's return to receive Judgment Continuous Shows Every Day Box Off ice" Opens 1:45 ' Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.n Thursday and Friday can mix any kind of a crowd together and end up with a good party It the drinks are strong enough. An Initltutlon That is why the cocktail . has become an American Institution. It relieves the host and hostess, of tho necessity of carefully selec-', ting their guests, guiding the conversation into stimulating channels, and drawing each and every guest into the circle. Just give the guest a And it's easier plea of guilty to receiving stolen properly, a felony charge dating from 1S44. ' Pulaski Prosecutor Edwin E. Duuaway was unsuccessful In a first. t [ attempt to return Johnson for pay- party mcnt of a »UCO fine imposed on a gambling charge last October. The Negro left the state while under $1,000 bond during the period allowed for filing an appeal to the state sprcnie court. En route to East St. Louis today were Duuaway and Chief Deputy Sheriff Sum Hallum. i guest, too. | Mrs with her parents. Mr. and Chai-Ics Jolllff In Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Watklns me the parents of a son born Saturday night at the Blytheville Hospital. Their third child, he has been named William Lynn. They have two daughters. W. D. McMulIln has relumed from Hot Springs where he had been a palicnt at the Veterans Hospital for a month. His condition w greatly improved. Marcla Lou MeOregor returned to school today after having been absent for several days while recuperating from an Injury to her eye received while playing. Cpl. and Mrs. Roy W. Bldwell are the pnrcnM of a daughter born Tuesday morning at Blythevllle Hospital. Their second child, she has been named Sharon Kay. ;. Rustin Hostess To Number Nin» W.M.U. The Women's Missionary Society of Ihe Number Nine Baptist Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Hurshel nuslin for a Royal Service program. Mrs. W. E. Rhoades, president, called the meeting to order and the group repeated the watch word. Devotional was given by Mrs. Raymond Whittle. During the program, Mrs. Rustin chose as her subject, "Beginnings". Mrs. Bob stovall's topic was entitled. "For Sixty Years" and Mrs. Green discussed, "Service Royal". Prayers were given by Mrs. Stovall. Following the short business session, refreshments were served by the hostess. Milestone Is Reached In Nursing Education Miss Marian McDonald mid Miss Virginia Ray, both of Blythevllle have reached a milestone in their nursing education upon receiving their caps Jan. 1«, i n the Baptist School ot Nursing, Memphis. Miss McDonald Is the daughter or Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McDonald Osccofo Friday First Presbyterian Church, week ot prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. Steve Bowker at B;So n.iri. Two table Club meeting with Mrs. D. Fred Taylor at 2:00 p.m. Girls anil boys basketball game, Sni " vnce " Osccola, there, 8:00 rolled In the ncliool of nursing In June 1947. Miss Ray is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max L. R« y » n d she was graduated from Armorel High School in May, 1947. she enrolled >n Mertury Mike says? . , - , ^, WE MAKE OLIXARS LOOK NEW A«AlN L«gis/ator Declines Comment on Candidacy FAYETTEVTLLE. Ark., Jan. 2fl. (UP)—State Representative Clifton O. Warte of Fayetteville declined todaj' to comment on an Eastern Arkansas movement to draft him a* a candidate for governor. He admitted that he had received telephone calls and several letters, but said he had given the matter no serious consideration. He termed the move, which originated In Helena, us "entirely I ledge." Wade is an attorney and president of the rayettev-ille Chamber of Commerce, He Is married and the father of two children. Facts Burglary Charge LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Jan. 39.— (UP)—Leon Parks Mann today faced burglary and grand larceny charges here following the break- Ing of a window at Stifft's Jewelry Store last Jan. 18 and the theft o'l about *5,000 worth of jewelry. The charges were filed yesterday by Pulaski Prosecutor Edwin E. Dunawny. At th e same time, Dunaway filed informations against 1* other defendant*. J. Bring your cor to us for EXPERT BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS COMPLETE FACTORY-QUALITY REPAINTING Reasonable Pricts... But/gel Payments For REAL Mercury Service always see your Dealer Daily at 1 p.m.; S p.m.) and 9 p.m. All who can I'LKASE Attend Mallnee, so everyone will get a Mat 50c TO EVERYBODY (No Passes Honored on Thli Attraction) Still & Young Motor Co. .ponUneous and without my" know- i Phones 3479-4333 1 St & Walnut Blytheville "Eventually We Will Be Recommended to You" Never mind If the crowd, or his own conversation, in dull, as long as the drinks are good. The teen-ager, who Is afraid to have a party without serving drinks, Is Just reflecting a common adult I fear. HERVOHS.BESUESS due to this functional 'middla-ag*' cause? Are you bcttreea the ases 38 »n<t si »na going through thm trying [unc- ttonal middle-age' period peculiar lo women? Does thu make you nur- tcr tmm hot fl^lra. r«t dummy, so nertouj, Irritable, weak? Then bo try Lydtn E. rinKhftm's VcgeUbls torosl It's ramoua for thtal take Plnkham'a Compound regularly to help build up restatanc* Malnst tfcfa dlstHM. 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