The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 15, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, l'J'17 Emily Wixson, Society Editor I'honc 4401 Mr*. Moses Hbstess • 'To'Sorority Chapter Utrs. Andrew Aliases entertained witli a three-course luncheon Friday! at her home for members pf the'Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. which'was followed by the'first business meeting of the organization since sessions were dis- contfnuecT. for' the Summer. ' ! Guests oiner than tile £lght members present acre Mrs. Rene Geoj-gc and Mrs. Erne-st Geprge. I mhlias dccowecl the home nnd an 'antique fruit compote' tilled witli a colorful fruit arrangement, was' featured in the living room. Mrs. Gilbert Hammock presided al the business session. Birthday Party Given FOE Benny Brogdon, 3 Ber.ny Brcgden, son of Mr. and Mrs: D. F. Brogden was three yeaij; old Saturday and to celebrate the 'occasion, a group of his vcung friends > were invited lor a party on the lawn of the Brogden he me. Gyring the afternoon the children played various games and wore festive paper Iv.iUs. ^ The host presented favors to eatii guest nnd Mrs. Brogden served refreshments of ice cream onrV birthday cake. Club Literary Group Wijl Meet Tomorrow Cogt Scores Double Play Bits of News PeA.lo.nal Luscombr, stopped over here last ivei'k on -a ferry trip from Dallas, Ti'xas.'Tlie ships were bound [or Cittinn iAlr|X)rt nt Parkersbiivu. W. V'"' *;-. . Tianiicient. pilols landing here during ,llie past week included the ' and E. n. Olem of J. W. 'S Pino Bluff, Plpei 1 Cruiser; R. H, ,,, _ .. „ ... _- • ilimier. of Paragoulcl. Cessna; H. H. Miss null Seay, Miss Iva.S^y Kent <jj . G0 ulcl. Aci-onca; Edgar O. ml Randall Hawks spent yesterday , <i(la . j atac , SD o ro , Piper Cub; J. O. * n CarUslc R s of the Rev. | U slul t :i art, twln-engino , M". a. ». Magee and Grad; . Becic n 0 r a ft; E. E. M&rgnn and Wil' linm TV'App'ce T Jl Memphis. Taylor- Miss -Margaret Crook left today ; rl -a(t; il. tf. Congei- of Lexington, 'or Louisiana State University at Tenn., Ciib; Mr. and Mrs. William Union now, Ln., where .she will R. Hair (if Biillle Clock, Mich, je a sonloj 1 . Miss Mary Ann Parks left today for Southern Seminary at Rur-na Vista, Va., where she w.ill be a freshman this jcar. She was motored to Memphis by her parents; Mr. and Mrs. iVox Parks. Mini tier Urges Women Not to Become Slaves Of Changes in Fashions WASHINGTON, Sept. 15. (UP) — Dr. Adam Powell Davles of AH Executive Hoard of Large P. I g, m i s Unitarian Churcli. urged A.—a p. in.; follower! • by regular [ Allic| . ican women today not to foU Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. J. D. McDowell,will to? hostess 10 Si. Sicrjr.i'ii's Auxiliary, 7:33 p.m. mostly S23.25; top $29.25 for liberal share of run. l(fj to 170 Ibs $21.7528.50; I'M to lf.0 Jlw $25-27.23; 103 to 12 ibs $22-2425; sows 453 to C5'J Ita., $22.16-21. Catlle 11.EOJ; salable 9,003; calves, 2.5CO, all salable. Slews In relatively moderate supply; about 75 loads of- session, 3 p, in., at I/.mgc School. Tri-Town Club— Mrs. Dale Shat- fer Brig fc"i.' Avalon Bunco Club— Mrs. Haskell Blankenship. " Clrc'.c Seven of UK. First Baptist Church— 1:30 p.m., Dr. Ednu Nidi. WEDNESDAY Central p. -T. A. meeting People's Department. ' of West #)dge School Opens Mississippi County High School at \ycsl Hiclgc' opened this morning | for the 1947-411 session. The faculty is made up »f C. K. ' M/jrris, principal; Einmitl Cross, Utiss.Ml UAines, Iravls Ellis and , mogeM( , Motitly, Mary Louise Ash- Gene Kr,£{?rs spent, the past thrc; A( . v _ w A McKennon, Florence > , for the ball f5j, e aks, Mrs. W. A. McKennon, Mrs. d us in E'.. IXJUis games. I Kmmill Cross. .Mrs. C. E. Morris. T. f. Seny and Frank Eeay were I Mrs . Margnrct Auten, Mrs. Philip in Evnnsvllli!, Tnd., yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walls and son, Stephen, have returned from Newport. Mr. Walls has been employed there in termite work for the past threi! weeks and Mrs. Walls and bltphen have been there for the past week visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hudson' are parents of a daughter bom yesterday afternoon at lUyUicvlllc Hospital. She is their lirsl chilli and has been named Janet Sue. Mis. Hudson is llu 1 former Miss Louise Dobyns. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Douyns. William M. Jontz left Saturday for Lafayette, fnd., where lie Duggcr. Mix. l.con Spears, Miss Jewel Wallace, Mrs. C. Chrismontl. There are two vacancies. Too Lute to Classify First Baptist Church—3 p.m.', proceeded by executive hoard inciting, 2:30 p.m. C and N Birthday Club to meet | '.ulU Mrs. M. A. Middleton al I 7 p.m. ' ' Junior R: A.'K of First Baptist C;iiurc!i--3:30 p.m. at the church. THURSDAY Alpha Alpha chapter, ^clu Plii. 8 p.m., 'Mrs. D;ck Watson, lai West Cherry S'-. Jolly Eight Chi)—Mrs. Richard Prichard. GNV) Chilj—Mrs. Jco 1 C. Frav.ler. FRIDAY Alpha Dsllu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meet ins with Mrs. T. H. low "imbecile fashion changes like a herd of cattle." lie said if they accept the long skirt, their 20th Century emancipation would Ue juKt an empty lioast. Dr. Davles told his congregation yesterday that "the new fashions are immoral because they waste material that is desperately needed. And they are immoral because they represent the foolish and grotescpie in u world that is crying out for wisdom and sanity." fered, 25 cars of south- Far Safe Shipp Infant Dies Funeral services for Brencla Karen Shipp, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Shipp, who dietl Saturday at Walls Hospital, were held yesterday afternoon at Cobb Funeral Elomc Chapel. Minister E. W. Stovall, pastor of I he Church of Christ officiated and bnrial svas in Maple Grove Cemetery. west (jrasscrs. Liberal offerings of light weight butcher year-Una and heifers. Co\vs making up approximately '/; of total count. 4 Opeiii:vr trade confined manly to led .steers with several good to low choice offerings al $28-31.50; heifers and mixed yearlings opening i;teady. Goad to top good S2U-29: medium kinds around Slt'-2.">; cows oponins 'airly active and abou! steady; gooii cows $17-19; ccmmcn and medium jeel cows siSSO-iesa: c:\nni-rs ami culleis 510.75-la 50. V1Q&N OUT FROM SITTING UP NIGHTS? By KPS1K K1NAK1) NKA Fashion Editor NEW YORK— INEAI—Meet Ihe .coat style that's as obliging as a thermostat in tempering warmth u> the needs of the weath- Tills new idea of Hatlic Carne- ie's combines a t of black seal coat which swings a red woolen n full skirt from a long-stemmed bodice. The two wraps unite to will resume his position as un engineering instructor at Purdue'Uni- v.evo vcrsily. lie' has spenl the past. two Heituiil'iil new floral and j weave patterns in Trim'/1 rcatly pasted wall paper liave just arrived at I'laril- ers Hardware (.'<>. 0 15 ck 11" weather, as modeled above, left; W ccks here with his parents, Mr. separate when the cold wave ai]( | Mrs. j. M. joins, after work- breaks, as the parting r.ccnc. rteht. j, lg u,| s Hummer in l^etrolt, Mich. shows. 1 Before leaving for Lafayette, he ac- OBCEOLA. Sspt. 15.—The Literary 'Department, of the Progressive Clulj will have its first Fall meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. M. Harwell, who will be assisted In enter- talnjng by Mrs. Jim Bunn, Mrs.! George Abrey nnd Mrs. W. V. Alex- County Students Pledge ander. — _ ' ... - . J.', Franklin Sanders will give n ' ° OOfOr/tieS/ rfatj book review on "The Works of i Kalflil-Grrban," \vhicliin cluile" Jesus Eight other Mississippi County the' Form of Man," "Tiv.s Man students al the University of From Lebanon." and "The Pro- Arkansas, Fayelteville Including phet." cue from Blytheville who was not previously announced have pledged scrrritlcs and fraternities. They are: Miss Loti2lla Barnes, Blythevillc Zeta Tim Alpha; Miss Glynda Maxwell, Osceola, Delta Gamma; and Miss Betty Jo Crews, 15 '—Tentative csccola, Kappa Kappa Gamma. At The Hospitals HLYTMEVILLF. HOSPITAL Progressive - Juniors Will Organize Tonight OBCEOLA. .Sept. plans will be-made tonight nt a meeting at the Community House for ' organiziiig a Junior Oepart- meijt Progressive Club. limitations to 50 young women' g7 B m a ""[;i 1 i""i'ilcdg'e 5 "nre"Fred Ban" ha%| b=en issued. When the orgnm- nistcl . alul R H . wnllnnls of zatibn is perfcc^ed^^it ^vill J?e__ t af-_ Q y , [}(} j a fllinied with Os"c'e6la""Frbg'fessive" "111. Club. That club is a member of Arkansas' Tedcration .of • Women's Clugsi' H division of the General Federation of Women's Clubs, largest i women's organization In the MONDAY world. . Junior Chamber of Commerce— Itr is understood that temporary 7 ^30 p.m. TUESBAV Lions Club—12:10 p.m. American Leclon—B p.m. WEDNESDAY Napcy Bogan .Observes Birthday With Party Pledges of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity arc, Bobby C. Watson, I Austin A. Moore and Charles s. Anderson Jr., all of Osceola, and Civic Calendar The fu r jacket, styled with an cnmpnnicd Ills parents to Memphis upstanding collar and full elbow- to visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joiit/. length sleeves, eases over its com- nnd infant son. Mr. and Mrs. Jonlz panion coat like ft dream. Bill il will return home today, swings Just as easily over the suits Mrs. E. A. Goodrich is spending and dresses with which it is also a few weeks in Oak Ridge. Tenn., earmarked to keep company. as the guest of her son. Bob Goodrich, and in Knoxville as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Thomas. Airs. Odcll SiJndcrs nnd Miss* Elizabeth Pleasants of Greenwood. MiHS., will arrive tomorrow to visit Mr.s. Sanders' mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mr. and Mrs. D. C'. Pafford and Mi-, and Mr.s. Richard Pritchard nnd son spent yesterday In Big Sandy, Tenn.. with Mr. Pnfford's mother, Mrs. W. T. Pafford.. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Dozlcr and children o; F'hlllips. Tex., re- lurned to their home today 'after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bennett and other relatives, for the past two week.s. - W)r. and Mrs. Boyd Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cunningham were in St. Louis yesterday to sep the bnllEames. Reduced (mm 85,750 to SS.- 200. Five room residence, corner lot. S2,4:>0 cash. H. C. Campbell, phone 4-1 Hi or 2.'{9I). !> 15 ck tf au aero bliick inlxiMl boll. 7 ronni l.o^-e. -1 htirns. SI23.00 i>er acre. 8(1 iicios. hliick mlxcti KOI). Joln.s L'Oor! town. 2 nouses. 1 tjarn. SI 15 00 per acre. . ^13 ncres. fine IftiHl. ]>Innty of kui- provcrjieiii-s. Kravcl roiul on :t elite's. N'ciu- Steole. $200.00 tier aero. 0 acres. KOCH' 5 room liousc'. ntid barn. near Parma. Priced to -sell. IB acres. 3 tjood houses and uarus. out in fiotit. This 15 fi real barunln at $145.00 HIT ncre. 1 you winil luim. see us M. Hums. Realtor officers will be elected and plans completed at tonight's meeting. KiVanls Club — 13:10 p. l THURSDAY Rotary Club— 12:10 p.m. FRIDAY F-xlball: S.-nior High Chicks vs Pnragould, Junior High Paps vs Helena there. Wearing a *. pale pink Organdy pinafore trimmed in lace, blond Iv T an]cy Katherine Bogan greeted 16 young guests Saturday afternoon on her sixth birthday for a party giveji by rier^mbther, Mrs. Harry Bcgsn, and sister,- Miss Dortha Began,, Gifts were presented to the guest of honor and refreshments of ice cream and birthday cake were p col ,i c . s Department Tf" First Bap- served. tl s . church, prrccedecl by an exe- • • _• cutive board session at 2:30p.m. Tne association is faced with ,a "meeting place'' problem since (here is no auditorium at Contra A. Central School Parent-Teacher School and this is the first time Association meeting will be held a session has been held al Pirsi Wednesday at 3 the Young Baptist Church. Admitlcd: Ann Sutton, city. Mrs. J. E. Terry, Cootcr, Mo. R. M. Houcliins, New Orleans, La. Mrs. Rose Nave, Armorel. Eetty Jean Minyard, Dell. Dismissed: Mrs. Fred McGregor, and baby, city. ' J. A.. Attaliury.'Jonesboro. Mrs. Gene Acres, Stcele, Mo. D. L- Doxtater. city. Carl Paul, city. Mrs. Jesse Boyctt and baby, city. W. H. Northern, city. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brownlee, Dell, a daughter this morning. (Barn to Mr. nnd Mrs: Hngh Hudson, city, a daughter yesterday. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Jitnmle Nea.1 and baby, city. Mrs. Mary Katherine Nelson, city. Mrs. liaymoiiS Sinilh. Rte. 1, city. LDmnr Williams, bell. Baby Douglas Thomns, city. Saferno Munchlez, Osceola. Diane Brawley, cit.v. METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis . Disniissed: Mrs. Douglas Edrington, Osceola. Dorothy Woolen. Osceola. Meetings American Legion Auxiliary meeting tomorrow 8 p.m.. nt The Hut Central PTA To Meet Gee.butlmg/ad/metvou . . Jlythcvllle. Arlt. 'lionc 915-»k-0iia Wnrm morning tie.-uer. Excellent con- ituion. Vi>ry cheap. i l hfme 2*\'S. I cement ir.lxc-r with 3 l ,<> horse moto ; .' hi perfect condition. S05. West KnJ Auction. Phone 951. 0 15-cl:-9'23 neatlhs; fittti eoohlns stovrs of ftV " Xiuils West. End A\ictlon. phone S51 '. ' 0 !5-el-..]OiIL J rootn house, small store building O] litre lot. gravel routl. C:lH at Gos HL'11 Ciln Co. office. 0.15-i>fc-2: For Rent announced by Mrs. N. J. Humphrey, preskicht. All members urged to attend, shD sai<l. The Rainbow Girls will meet at 7:30 p. in. sonic Hull grees. tomorrow at the Mafor conferinf! of de- Reart Courier News Want Ads. AirportNeWs Several lilythcviUi; aviation eii- iiiaiasts hnvc been using aircnifi ns a hnncly menus of tnuisportatlm 1 to and from baselJall and lootball ^ainc.s. Several flew to St. Louis hist vcek to attend baseball gurnet nnd others Hew to El Dorado Friday to see the Blylhevllle Chicks open their l<M'i'-48 grid season.'. • Among tlicsc flying to El DoradJ were C. V. Sebaugh, Ernest Halsell nnd E. B. VVooclson Rnd Ills daughter. Julia, who nmdo tl'.e fliglit. in Mr. SclmuBh's Naviou. '\V. O. Reeves flew his Cessn.v to El Doiaclo for the game. Stanley HotJil and Freeman Jer- uignn tlew to St. Lciuis Friday an<l David Coleman of .lonesboro flew there from here Saturday .o .it- lencl bnscbnll games. n. D. Hughe 1 ; Hew to St. Loui« Sunday in a chartered Cessna. W ii. Y.ubrough was the pilot. A Stinson Voyager and thre F-.iijnli.hod.- upartmcnt. 3 room buth. Oaa ctiviitinient. electric rcirl- (iRratoi- Newly <lecorjitcd. Co'iol< oSily.'-plioifc 3192. ' '.' ': 3:1 j-CX-lf ,.,/' Notice Mrs Kurl H Wiulenutuhl, In.strnctoi In I'lniio. f:aU WJ'l or Eiil'lrtm B '' Hl'iini, UlyltievlllQ. !1 15-l)k-9122 It is a happy mating — Corn and Soya in a delicious blending of tasttncss and nourishment. It brings your family proteins, vitamins, and minerals they need for good heallh. Get Come today: , Sotly CORN Sammy SOYA •for favor and for l»d) ' ' prattlas Stephen Music Studio Piano and Violin EDITH STEPHAN, G. S. M., London, England 207 North Fifth St. Phone 850 coining home . . . still shining! THE SHM£ THAT STAYS because it has a hard-wax finish! GRIFFIN Hard wan means easy shoe care... more shoe shine with less shew shining. GKtvriM ABC WAX SHOP. POLISH has the higher htirrf irrf.v content that gives you cosier, brighter, longer-lasting shines. So use GRIFFIN ABC WAX SHOK POUSI! for the shiae that stays! BLACK, MOWN, TAM, OX81OOD in ihc «oiy-opcning con P.S. UM Mlf-poliihinc GRIFFIK LIQUID WAX for quick and «aty shines on children's shoes! Your USED ARE Still Needed I sap KATHARINE FISHER, Director of Good Housekeeping Insiiuiic Hyruin hostess \ to' Courier News Want Ails Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Sept. 15. (UP)—Llvcslu::!?: Hofts 10,353; salable lO.t'CO; sliuigli- ter uarrow.s nnd gi!t.s 50.: IOWIT than Friday's average; so\vs, ninstly ^5- lower'. B«iit ol 183 to 253 liw $2 Uti lire to pass vour water — yes, and have hachactic, du- to excc::a acidity in the urlns, be glad you're reading this? 'fti^e fittie/ations ago Dr. Kilmer, a farpcus doctor, found hundreds of hii pativnta with this trouble. Ko he made a medicine of In herbs, roots, vegetables, balsams. lie calkd il "Ewainp-Roat." Millions of men end v.'omtii liave tiiica It — -often wjUi tiinaztiu* results. Sv:rmp-Kool' gees JifilJt to work to out kiftneya . . . increases flow «f K££P YOUR — Do you suffer distress from — FEMALE With Its Nervous, Higlistrung Feelings? Arc you. troubled by distress of fe- nuile functional monthly dtsturb- uix-os? Docs It innhe you feel so r.^rvons, crutiky, roslln&s, weak, a Ijit moody—ut such times? Then Do try Lyclia E. l»iJikhutn*s Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms I Women by tlie. ttiousnuOs liavo tepocLfd icinarknblc be:ielsts, Pliikham's Compound is what Doctors cull n. uteritic scdntlve. It hns ii grand soothljiL; ellect on one of woman's niuaL imjtor'unt orgnus. Taken rej - ,*ilnrly—Plnkham's Coin- jiouucl hcliis bulk! up res 1st a [ice ;n!alnsts\id» distress. It'sAT^O a yrcat stomachic totili;J All drugstores. Monthly Female Pains Ptnkham's Compound Is rcry effective tf) rollcve monthly cramps, \\eadftchc, b^ctnclie, —when due to remide func- UOUR.L monthly Olstiubatices. . . r!nc t helping lalieve excess Acidity ... so h-s imtm^d b!?t\der ceVs » Root! iKishing Out, tco. Many report getting a good night's sleep ni'ter the first fv.v doses, Ih- Cnnl-on : take :n Fc.- fre; tilal su'JDl I.:.:r/ f: Co., T~-*. j:-.:i. "C*— '.;a'. Lui!--jJn loot LoOay aV youv E--nJ to Df nt. R, :- ' '!SS. Stmnfor^ ! be :lc of Swt^xp-- Continuous Showa Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN g:06 ».m. 12:45 p.m 4:39 p My Brother Talks to Horses with Buleh Jenkins ' and Feler Lawford Paramount News and Shorl Cimtliiuous Showing Kveryilay FINEST' QUAUTY We're still not out of the woods, by any means. Tht)re is si ill a fat shortage all over the world. Here is wliat Mr. Clinton I'. Anderson, Secretary of AfciicuUure, says about the situation: "H is still necessary to conserve every txr.uiul of used fill, since the over-all fat supply situation is little better now than it was last year." So ... all of you women who have done such a marvelous job...please, keep up (lie good \\-ork. It's the only way we can beat the shortage. Rcmcinbcr, every IXHIIK! of salvaged fat helps. AmerUon Fol Salvage Cemr. Ittc0, ln<. GUARD'S Tuesday Fines! Qualitv diamonds, assuring you complete satisfaction or your money refunded NATIONALLY? ADVERTISED MCHl slurring JANE WITHERS ROBERT LOWERY' Directed by LEV; LANDERS Selected Short Subjects Continuous Sliowiin& Kvcrjdiy Including every popular moke of watch in latest models for men and wonien. Boi Office Opens at 7:00 u -a. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30; Slartn 1:15 Continnims Shows Sat. and Son. Barfala Night Ever; Mght Except Satnnlav No puses honored on E radar »* the ROIJ FAMOUS QUALITY Last Time Today Lady In the Lake with Uobcvl MoTit^otncry and Audrey Totter Fox News and Selected Short Tuesday Wednesday OJWtNFORT *J I up In services for 6, 8 or '2 persons . world's finest silver-plate or sterling silver. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE KOSEUlt>Y 0«CAMP - SCREEN PLAY «Y $ JO FAGANO- FROM A STORY BY KAflLATI VJAJIE 1 FBEOtRlcTdTcflROOVA ; PH UOUttC ULtH O'BRIEN-MENJOU-DREW VM.LEE • FORTUMO W»MWt»

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