The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 12, 1948
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BLrniEvru.r; (Aiut.y COURIKK NEWS ^Society I'hone 4161 Miss Bunch Is Honored With Miscellaneous Shower Miss Martha Ann Bunch, bride- elect of Louis Bailey Tiuplcy. \vn.s honored last night when Mrs. Frank Whitworlh and Miss Nell Harris, complimented her \vllh a miscellaneous shower at the WhUworth home. During (he evening bunco \vas played by (lie guests. Prizes were won by Mrs, Clyde Bunch, bunco, Mrs. Norman Bunch, high and Miss Eutopla Whitworth, low. The guest of honor's clinir was narked with » large wlilte satin bow and the tallies marked wilh double gold wedding rings to cany out the bridal theme. Miss Bunch was presented her gifU by Peggy Jo Drcwry, and the hocte&ses gave her a gift of silver In her chosen pattern. Bouquet- 1 ; of pink gladioli were placed throughout entertaining rooms of the home and the pink and white color scheme was carried \ out in all the decoration. Miss Bmicli wore for the affair, a two-piece brown crepe dress with gold accessories. A frozen fruit salad was served. P.E.O, Sisterhood Feted At Hermon Carlton Home' Mrs. Hermon Carlton ami Mrs. C. P. Rambo \\ere hostesses yesterday afternoon when they ciitcrtntn- ert members of Chapter D, P. B. O. Sisterhood and OUR guest, Mrs. Odell SatMcrs of Grecnwiod, Miss, at tbe Carlton liomc. Mrs. W. Marlon Williams was m charge of the program on the sub- I «j Ject of "Women of (he Bilile". which w»s conducted hi the form of a contest. Mrs. B. A. Lynch won thc prlrx: lor answering the most questions correctly. A two-course luncheon was served by tbe hostages at tbe dining room table which was centered with Big Girl Now Six-year-old liose Marie Donnelly proudly stands on the scales In her Chicago home lo show the progress .she has made. Weighing only one and one-half pounds at oirth, she now pushes the p6mler up to 30 pounds. Pol Luck Supper Meld At Prcsbylcri,\n Churcli The Women's Auxiliary of tlic First Presbyterian Church met last I night nt the church for n pot. luck supper In'connccltim with tbe study or (be book of Matthew which began night. The Ilcv. Hnrvey T. Kid<(, pivstor Is conducting thc study. Mrs. HOBS Stevens Is "Spiritual , Lir c- Secretary", was in charge of , l nrrnngltn; lor the study. A I n /->l l M Mls - A - F- niclrich. Mrs. J E AValon Dlinco Llub Meets | Bcnsley and Mrs. li. C. Las-son were social committee tor hist Bits of News Mostly Pe>Uo.n<il Mrs. Jess Homer. Mrs. L. B. llar- tzoK and Mrs. llud Wilson spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Cl. Ci. Iluhhard )ia returned from n Iwo weeks vacation at points of interest In Texas. Mr. mid Mrs. John u. Cook are Ihe parents nf n son born fell. 5 ill Hie Baptist ilospilal In Memphis. Their first child he has been named. Danny Jo. Mrs. Cook Is the former Miss Alma Jean llure- ess of 1'ortnnevllli 1 , Mo. li, H. Smith of Wnlls, Miss., win arrive tomorrow night lo spend, the weekend here as guest of his shier, Mrs. W. T. Uarnctt. Mr. Darnell, and their daughter, Ulllic Marie Condition of J. ]!. Snmrl. who Is .seriously 111 at his home oh W. llcam, Is uncluini>c<l. Condition of Norvilln lluiiipiuvy who wa.s nihnltlcd to the Walls Hospiml Tnesdiiy. is slishllv Improved, Mr. Humphrey underwent a major operation ten days SRO at the hospital. Mrs. L. O. Oi!l left last night (or Detroit. Mich, lo be with her son. Max Gill, vvno underwent a major operation ni a hospital in Detroit yesterday morning. Condition of Mrs. John P. Kills, who underwent an operation al the Baptist Hospital In Memphis ft few days ago is slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Mahon It-It today for Memphis to s;>rnil several days. ari attractive bouquet of Spring flowers. Other entertaining rooms of the home held bouquets of Sprint; flowers. With Mrs. Blankensliip \ Mrs. Haskell Blankeiiship was j Hostess yesterday to members of , Mrs. Hcirtno /$ Hostess Ihe Avalon Bunco Club and o» S To Demonstration Club guest, Mrs. E. H. Ford Jr. Ill the bunco games plnyeO. Mrs, Fred McGregor won high score, Mrs. Bill Kerguson, bunco ami Airs. Fret! Davis, low score, A color scheme of red anil while; were used iu.tlic novel decorations ) of the home to carry out thc Valentine theme. Red hearts with white lace ruffles were arrangcri on each window and streamers were draped from one heart to another. The assorted party foods, which were Individual heart shaped cukes with each guest's name inscribed on them, candles and a salnd with ice:! drinks added to (bis holiday setting. , Mrs.'West. Is Honored With Birthday Dinner Mrs. Edith Pennenter was hostess Tuesday.night when slie cnter- Mr.s. W. L. HEUUIU was hostess Monday afternoon lo members of the Double Bridge Home Demonstration Club. The 11 members present answered roll call by telling Ihe kind of shrub or flower they plan to plant this Spring. Miss Dorthy Barcli gave the clo- votioi-.ul taken Irom the 23rd chapter of P.s:ilms. Mrs. M. H. Rodger^ was the song leader. A demonstration on lawn and foundation planting as given by ADM Helen Wells, new honre demonstration leader, after which Mrs. Herman Spicer rend an article, "Thc Outlook For ISIfl". During thc social hour games and contests were played with prizes going to Mrs. Lucas and Miss Wells. The hostess server! refreshments of a snlact plate with ten. home on East Davis SU honoring i Methodist W.S.C.S. Meets was served, was centered with a birthday cake. Bouquets of gladioli were used throughout entertaining rooms ol the home. Guests included. Mr. and Mrs Boyd Tomlinson, Misses Evelyn and Betty Nell Tomlinson and Miss Jane McLeod. Mrs. Modinger Hostess To Town and Country Club Mrs. Cornelius Mortiiu-or was hostftss yesterday lo members of the Town and Countrv Club al her home on W. Walnut.' M Dl "rM 8 tlle bridge B»mcs played Airs. Cleo Langston won high srorc and Mrs. Modinger, second in,.], The bridges tallies and other'(ice- orations-were user!, to carry out the Valentine motif. Refreshments were served bv the hostess. • 'I'lie Woman's Society of Christian Scnicc of the Dell Mclhortisl Church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dewoy Shepparil with ]2 jnembrrs atlcnduig. ?«trs. Mavis Sctlleniire. presidenf, was in charpc ot the business meeting at which thc biidcel of the j'enr was read and approved. The devotional was Riven by Mrs. Setilcmirc and Mrs. Jerry Edwards was in charge o! the program. Those participating on thc program were Mrs. Nf. p. Biwvnlre, Mrs. Noble Gill aiMl Mrs. M. R. Griffin. The Rev. C. C. Burton, pastor, dismissed tlie group with prayer. A dessert course was served ijy Coming Events Social Calendar 'I'hursilay Club 2B will have Us regular supper dance at the f«Rion H l: t at S o'clock. Hast* and hostesses for thc affair arc. Mr. am! Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Mr. p.nd Mrs. Chester Calrt- well and Mr. and Mrs. C V S"- bnii!;ii. Seekers Sunday School School Class of (he First Methodist Church will Jini-c n jioelnl at (he church at 7 o'clock. I'rlilay United Council of Church Women of lilylhevlllc. will observe the World Day of Prayer at SI. Stcpli- jcns Episcopal Church at 2:30 p.m. 'Subject of thc program will be "The World At Prayer", and n picture I entitled "Thc Road We Walk' will be shawii in connection with the program. World Day of Prayer and chll- clrens services tu Ihe First Methodist Church, at 3:45 p.m. Mr. A. A. Hardy entertaininL- C B. C. Club, tisr. Church al 1:00 p.m. Y. W. A. program at. First Bap- Church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Kiwaiiis Club meeting at thf Elementary School at 7:00 p.m I Friday | Wesleyan Guild o( the j Methodist Church mcctinif at the churcn at 7:30 p.m. Royal Ambassadors of the First Haptlst Church meeting at 7:00 p.m. Osceola Events ThiirsdnT Kisvanis Club meeting at thc Elementary School at 7:co p.m. Fridiiy Wesleyan CJuilcl 'of the First Methodist. Church meeting at thr church at 7:30 p.m. Royal Ambassadors of thc First Baptist Church mectlnc at 7-00 p.m. Many Moke Honor Roll At Junior High Dr. Jerome Mark to Speak At Temple Israel Service* Dr. Jerome Mark of New Oilenlu I'tt.. secretary of District s Grand IxHlise Nttmbcr Seven of H Hal IV- .Students milking Ihe honor loll lltn ' wl " 1)[1 B" t!il spcahcF at Tern- honorable mention and perfect at-'il'' 0 Israel services tomorrow night tendance for the first semester and nt 8 "'^'l"'*. '« "• special service Ihe third six weeks at the IJIythe- t ' lll " mr " 1 " 1 " 11 "" »' "'•• ••--• vllle Junior High Sclionl. were an- iiounced today by A. K. Caldwcll principal. Those making (he honor roll tlic first semester were Heard Wylle, Marilyn Daiiulilery, llontile Nell' McCormlck, Jn Alice McGulic and ^andra Long of the sevenlh Kiade find l.Bi-ry Baker, Doris Hean, llt-tsy Hell, Gr.'invlllc C'ooley, Lyda CrH- tciiden, Aiiiert Fall-field. Clovls I.ce GariK'li. Charles Kcnnliighnin] Bll- lie Bert MJI.VO, Hobby Orsbiirn, Har- barn Johnson. Rosemary Monaghnu, Martha Nlciiols, sally T'relschinann Jane Wilson and Bill Wuridcrlleli of (he eighth grade. Students making honoriiblc men- lion were Umln nimcli, Gcraldlne Ncnman and Max Hill of the .seventh grade and Jimmy Culijcrlxon Jerry Berry, Hilly jo Browning. Pat Heart], Roxnnne Johnson, Millie Ann Mnllor.v, Jean Phillips iind Mary Ann Robeson, of the eighth grnrtc. Those making the luinnr roll for the third six weeks were Heard Wylle. Marilyn Daughtcry. Shirley Wiule, Bonnie Nell McCormlck anil Jo Alice McGnlre of the .•.cvcntli (Trade, ,-dKl Lnrry linker, Ifowell Boyd, Jerry Herry, Uctsy Bell, Uoil.s Bean, Wlnnlebclh Bucktc-y, Granvlllc Coolcy. j,}-du Critlenden. Albert FalrJIcUl, Clovls Lee Giunelt, Donna Hue Ciorc. Charles Kfrnungliam Bilile Jlerl Mayn. Bobby Orslnint Barbara Ann .Johnson. Ilosemnry Monaghan, Manila Nichols, Sally Treischmriiin. Jane Wilson. Hill WH- nderlich and Junior James of the eighth grade. Students making honnniblc mention were Kay Smith. Nancy Stovall. Mary Sue Walkins. Stanlcv /.cllncr and Max Hill of the seventh made, and Phillips, Pat Hcarn ' • serv commciuorallnK ll'nal H'rlth Day I3r. Mark will talk on "B'nal B'- rith" and all members nre urged l to attend. Afi'mbers of I. Miller Lodge B'nal ll'rilh will enlerlain with a reception in thc social rooms of the Temple following the program, n w . t j announced today by Hnrry H. lx! . vltch, secretary of I. Miller Lodge. At The Hospitals III.vlliFvllta Hospital Dismissed: Hcs-ite Cunningham. H'alls IKHpKal Dismissed: Mrs. c. H, Hyars, Uisora, Charles ]fester Jr., clly. F.sco Thomas, city. . and Beverly noxannc Johnson, Jones of the eighth. Those with perfect attendance records for thc first semester were Sara Darker, Marilyn Daughters' Virginia Ifnynes, Mnx tim, Bobby Jackson, Jimmy Jackson, Cnrlenn Kcnlcy, Shannon Langley, Sandra l^oiii,', Patty Prulll, Jerry Sykes Shirley Wade and Harold Wayne Wright, of the seventh grade. Larry Baker. Violet Bailey. Juan- itn Buchanan, Wayne Croiich. Dp- lores Carter. Jimmy Culbertson. Mnry Ann Fads, Albert Fall-field Joan Fulglinm, Hobble Estes. Glovis Qnnictl. Donna Sue Gore. Mclballne. Hill, BIJIy Jackson. Heverlv Jones ! Charles Kmningham, Richard Mnr-j ttn, Bert Ma.vo, Patricia McGregor,) Hobby Orsburn, Arthur ] and Sue Stanticlrt of ti lc cighll grade. ' Moid of Cotton at Cotton Exchange THURSDAY, FKRRUARY 12, l! Peace Officers Trained In Judo for Handling Of Unruly Prisoners CAUUT1IERSV1LLE, Mo., Feb 12 —A class in court procedure Jiich- lishlcd today's activities In the Southeast Missouri Peace Officers Training School, being conducted here by thc FBI. A mock trial 'A'ns held to try "jiiispecis" arrested dm- iiiK the first two days of the school The mock trial was held according to resular court procedure with a Judge and attorneys for bot'i prosecution and defense. The class in court piwedurc wus held to teacn I lie oiflcrrs tlic correct wav to present a case !or trial. Yesterday's classes In raids ob- tainiiii; statements from prisoners and Judo v,-cre in charge of E. P Knu-icli. cicMis Bklcwcll and James Monroe, FBI agents. Yesterday's problems included raiding a ba'r- racadec! ho'ise and disarming pris- auslavc I. Tolson. president, of the New Yo,k CoUon Exchange ,,re- sentr, a bouquet of rcse.s lo Mnt.lda Nail. ,o, nf Fort Worth" Texas the ,943 Maid of cotton. Miss Nai, beyau a tour of 4 0 cllles LuTn*' • RUSSIANS mrd from 1) 1938. at Berlin. 3. A reiwrt to the Berlin foreign office by Herbert von Dirksen German ambassador to Britain, on July 5. 193B. Hitler seized Austria on March 12. 1938 and Czechoslovakia was split up at Munich in September, feared Soviets [Most "These documents show that essentially the Anglo-French policy wa.s aimed not at mustering the forces of Hie peace-loving states for a common struggle against aggression but at Isolating the Soviet Union and directing the Hit- tlrrUe drive toward the East against ; the Soviet Union, using Hitler as a I tool for their ends," the statement Thc Women's Missionary Society i -™ ul of the Number Nine Baptis't Church u (jiiined Halifax as sayiii" at met Tuesday afternoon at the home i thc obc: -«l'.b»rg talk that changes of Mrs. Ethel Whittle for a busincs" ln tho status of Danzig, Austria inecUiij; and social. ' "'"' " During the business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Rhoades. president, plans were made for the or- Rani/atlon of B' V.W.A. and nthr-r church auxiliaries. Those participating on the I>KI- Number Nine W. M. U. Meets at Whittle Home iu the .. . anil Czechoslovakia—changes demanded by Hitler -"sooner or later will probably (ak e place-" "England Is only Interested that those changes should be effected by peaceful evolution so as to . --- „ „ „„,. -;™'' 1 '»ethods which may cause gram were Mrs. Rhonds Mrs Whir fullhcr convulsions, imdcsired elite, Mis. Stovall, Mrs 'Bessie Kits cr by tlle fllc hrer or by the oth- lin and Mrs. M. L. Hart. " countries," the statement q \ t- A social hour followed the meet- > "' Hillifnx - ing. i Then, according to the statement. Halifax said that "he and other members of the British government were fully aware that the fuehrer had attained a great deal, not only Mississippians Gather af Call of Governor Wright JACKSON. Miss., Feb. 12 CUP)-. HuiKlrcds of Mississippi Democrats assembled here today at the call of Oov. Fielding L. Wright to discuss the North's "stab in thc back" of Southern Democrats. At the mass meeting. Wright ;.s expected to demand action against Northern party leaders who support such legislation as anti-poll tax, aiUl-lynching nml imt j. sre _ relation measures. Democrats from most of the state's 1,715 precincts beuan moving into the capital city last night. Mississippi legislators planned to attend the meeting in a body. U. s. Sen. James O. Easllaiicl, D Miss., a leader in opposing anti- Southern legislation, will be unable to attend the assembly became of illness. However, u. S. Sen. John c Stennis, thc state's junior senator was scheduled to be present. ENRII rYnlioimlly luuiwn hair stylist, fnrmerlv of Mar- ssh.'il Field. C'liieiiRo, will he mil' k'nest liaif stylist for ON'IO DAY ONLY! TUESDAY, Feb. 17th Make Appointments farm VV.i'fe Opens Heart to Europe FORT DODQK, la. (UP) _ Mrs. Otto Zimmerman, farm housewife, inside Germany herself, but that having destroyed Communism iii his country, he had barred the road of the latter to Western Europe and that Germany there was entitled to be regarded as the bulwark fo the West against Bolshevism." New lisiekct Uncovered New Orleans (UP)—The iic\. esl magazine subscriutlon racket here uses as bait the returned war veteran. Thc Veterans Artministra- lion has warned New Orleans Jiou.«e»'iveA- r.Biiitist door-to-doar nrjcnts taking subscriptions for pcrlodals ••".<, be scut to our boys in the veterans hospitals." The Va says its hospitals provide ample library facilities, I Read Courier News Want Ads is operating a one-woman organization for European relief. For thc past Is months she has been .sending food and clothing to 25 families in the Russian, English and French occupation zones in Germany. She mailed her 20»th package recently. Recipients are the families of her five sisters and three brothers and of nephews, nieces, grand-nephew.; and grand-nieces. Ho'.vevcr, she also sends parcels to several families not related to her. Mrs. Zimmerman heard nothing from her relatives during the recent war. But. in August, ItHli. she began receiving leltcrs from lie- brothers and sisters relating their hardships. She began sending food parcels through CARE. More than S300 of her butter and egg money went for the packages. Then she began making up her own bundles of food and clothing. In the past year, she has spent more than Sl.OOO on the packages. Her husband and son, William, n. a high school student, help pack and mail the 22-pountl parcels, which arc turned out ill assembly line fashion in the Zimmerman home. Read Courier News SVant Ads. T • I f L1 - A C r 1 0 N SIPTOL I. H,.J- coloi 1 tiivcs yo-i instant u-lief to a ^1 h.'.-iil-coM .ini! iiffli. lo | ( iirncll Hc.iHy Viilvrrsinl I ITHACA. N. V. IUI'»-Corilc:l i | University has 272 [oreisn slurlen's j this 5 ear. rcpi-rfcming 40 different 1 homelands. !il. Sijitot loosens Itip ir ntlll litom trad. I>!M! .Tk?* lircnthinc cosier Anrl checks re-ssivo coiiKttini:. in ' SIPTOL '"" IAY This Is NOT a Fire Sale! • - . . Nor a Smoke Sale! Just a CLOSEOUT of All Broken Sizes NEW SHOES-DISPLAY ON RACK Saturday Only All Saks Final Black Suede Sandals & Pumps. Patent Pumps & Low Heels SW >5 £<- s ON s SHOES All Sales Cosh Hi-own Suede :>v—Mlilti Color Pumps f.TMlTKl) TIME ONLY! FAMOUS DRY SKIN TUEATMKNT "IV..'., I l;i/lli-|\l i. intK.VM Sl'KCIAl,, 1.01) NnVr.N'A MCI v MCIM-CHI-:AM.:.O« ^QO 3.00 VAI.UK FOR ^ ..'«•« In.) r.«cinia] |<rrp:iralioii.s—all yon need lo roniiler.lct tlic (Irving cffccl.s of rolil wc.illicr, ovcrlicalcil room«. "pA5TEi:RizEn"'- FACE CREAM srrnu. lcxtnri/cs as it clcauec? . ..Icnics your skiii Minllinl. smo'iliird, gloriously rrfrr.-hed. liii-li-irMiirnl xnvKNA Men r r:r.i;vM softens while von «!cr]i, punrrl; ap.iin.n premature fine line? as il -months away Haky dryness. Don't miss tllis r-hnncc to «<-! them I'Olli for the price of oi lc ! OHDEK BLANK STOHV, N.\\IK .\\D.\ltIlHrSS ROTHROCK DRUG STORE j New Phone 4451 205 W. Main St. VI, at • —- m a k c ( I Ji i j ri Classic shirtwaist with appealing gold trim for trim appeal.' FEINBERf/' THE Beauty Clinic 1st National Bank Phone 3274 Continuous Shows Every Day i5ox Office Opens I:4i5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEX TO KLCiV « 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 1:30 p.m. ! Thursday & Friday : ^OGMRT ^ACAVA roARKp^SSAGFi JL 0 !!!^!^.™*' r;mii»ntint Ncn\s; Als« Shorts CciEilmuuus Showing Kvcrj - !)ny Hox Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Siarls 1:15 Conliminus Kliows Sat. ft Sun. Bargain Nicht Kvcry NJjhl Kxcepl Sallirrtay Nu passes honored on Sunflay at KOIJ Tlicatro Tliurstlay & Fridny DOUBLE FEATORB" Black Beauty wll hMoiiA Freeman nnd * f Ttlclinnl JJcnning Because of Him! uitli Dcann.1 Ilurbin and I-'raticliol Tnnr

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