The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 26, 1948
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(AUK.) COURIER NEWS New* Phone 4161 Keep Your Age Under Your Hat Y. KlilBKl-AKY 26. la Mrs. Lancashire Hostess To P. E. 0. Sisterhood Mrs. E. R. Lancashire was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of Chapter D, P.E.O. Sisterhood wilh a t«'0 course luncheon at her home on Chickasawba. The dining table,-nt which llic luncheon was- served, was centered with an a'.tracUve arrangement of ftladio'i. Other Spring flowers weir used in the entertaining rooms ol the home. Following the luncheon. Mrs. W. I. Denton, who was in charcc of the program. dUcnssed the subject, "Women In Science". Mrs. Foster Entertains Town and Country Club Mrs. P. D. Foster was hostess yesterday when she entertained members ot the Town and country Club at her home on W. Main. During the bridge Ramc.s played. Mrs. PoEfcr won hiRli score and Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr, second high. Attractive arrangements of gladioli were used In the entertaining rooms ot the home. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. McGregor Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club Mrs. Speck McGregor wa.s hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of the Avalon Bunco Club, together with two guests. Mrs. J. E. Mitchell and Mrs. McGregor's daughter, Miss Jo Anne McGregor. During the afternoon when bun- co was played. Mrs. llaskell Blnnk- enship won high. Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr,. low. and Miss McGregor, bunco. The hostess served refreshments of a salad plate with iced drinks. Book of Matthew Taught By Rev. Harvey T. Kidd i The Rev. Harvey T. Kldd. pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Kave the thhd In the scries of tlic study of the book of Matthew, last night at the church at 7LOO o'clock. These study periods are taught especially for the Woman's Auxiliary ot the church. The Rev. Mr. KIdd's study Inst night was conducted in (our parts including miracles, religions order of the day. cost of discipleshlp and the parables. Hyms were sung following the discussion, tinder the direction of Mrs. Wtllard Pease, with Mrs. C. M. Gray as accompanist. Proceeding the talk, a pot luck supper was served buffet style. Mrs. Ebb Spradlfiy, chairman ot the social activities committee, was in charge of Arrangements for the sitpper. t Mrs. Ramey Entertains Demonstration Club Tile Yf.rbro Home Demonstration Club met ye.sterday at the home of Mrs. J. p. Uamcy wilh 13 membra present. Mrs. Doris Robinson cave the devotional laken from the I0th Chapter at Matthew. Each member answered roll call by Riving some garden hint.s. Mrs. Sprncrr Munch, pri'.sideill, presided dm'ing the business ineet- iUB, at which lime they ducuss'vi plans for the building ot a new clubhouse. During ihe program, Mrs. Da'.e Abbott talked im the .subject r.[ making an rariv Spring sard™ The poem, -null) Plaining" was givc.i by Mrs. Haniey. Follosvins the mr-eifng. a social J^MeTl'Vi'ook- hour_was held. Mrs. Urcnc Thomp- j Mrs F.i'n™ Clalr I/)ti Gilbow, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. l]ll] Gllbnw was dismissed yesterday from the Iilylhcu!l<> Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment since Monday. Her pareiiu accompanied lier to Mem- pins this morning when? they will consult a specialist. "on Smart )m rcinrjied In Co- lumbl:i Military Ai'iidemy. Uohim- bia. Tcini.. alter spending the Spring vacation hero with his .sister. Mrs. ami futility, of Wllsou," will E',';1,^», ™..<^ •-" i »»•'" .o,,^row;:;'„;'«« ,r At The Hospitals niyllievillc liinpltal Dismissed: Mrs. Joe Dates, steclc. Mo. Mrs. J. H. Smothcrmiui. city. Mrs. Clifford Sherwood. Stcele. Clair Lou Gilbow. city. Tommy Long. city. • Mrs. Hugh G. Wiigslcr. Cooler. Walls Hospital Dismissed : Samuel Smith, Leaclivlllc. Fxl Porter. CamthersvlUc, Mo Wlllard Ash. Rie. 1. city. Johnny Brooks, Armorel. prizes (iiii-iiiR the mums and con te.sis plaj'cd. Rclrcshmcnts were served by i: Miss Shoemaker Is Wed To Edgar Lee Younrj OSCEOLA. Ark . Fell, ai --Mr and Mrs. H. C. Shoemaker today announce- the marriage of their (laughter, Mm Murv Ella Shoemaker to Fdniir I.ep Young Trie wedding was solemnised Saturday evening, Feb. 21, at the home or w. p. Hale, Justice of the Peace. ther Mrs. p. j.;. Coolev, who is 111 at Illythevillc Hospital. : Mrs. w. J. Wunderlich and Mrs.' H.'lker Wilson, returned iiomc last [ nllJlit from Memphis where they! had spent seveial days visiting. : Mr and Mrs. Fred Flecman and ! Mr. and Mrs Ii. c. Farr left today ; for Jiot SprliiRS where they wiil spend the weekend ' i Mrs. F.lmoie Wells'and her daugh- I Mronc choice of hal for the older woman, accord- ii 1° , a , Vcrli milli " cr ' ls «»c one above which is unrelieved black, covers Ihe brew inil has an aitlnc rfTccl. soulhtul- " If you're ploUlnc ways to look black ha:, ' <l...,'l allow a see that It's David and .Sieve, all of Meinphl-. have- returned there after vl.sitin:; Mrs. Wells daughter mid Mrs. Kchll- makcr's sister. Mrs. C. A. Hinrtnian and family. They also visited another daughter and sister. Mrs. IIo',v aid Bulls and family. , oo „„, ,„ ,,e- ' dialled hv ,he shine of ; or lujtrmi. feathers. Color-cont [ nl h "' ci lh:m shlnc -" » jet than full-off-the-face sweep. The bride wore a Pred Block orl- *"} Bll " S RJ1<I (altll! >'- ginal of emerald green Foiusmann tojidltlon <;f Mrs. Clair Miller, wool with black accessories. who was dismissed from Hlyihevil'e Her only Attendant, was Miss Ada I llos l>'ial Tuesday, where she iinder- S.inderj. Billy Bovvcti served as best i im " '"'"'mem for pneumonia, is nifiii I mile)* liiMii-rtvn/1 by millinery designer":Marv GDCK'I- fellovv. One type is the too-severe hat As auini; rnir expert straight vv- ..... , ', "".-.i... t.-(u ,,,11, j stralpnt 01 llns is what M| SS r.TOdfcllaw calls' vour brow er.l'.T '' 1 . m ' lillc " "»< »«><•* »» «»Bte..- Tc most little trimming, no curves. Another type to avoid the a choice, acording to is the hut that is set ihe head, hides half ymuhfiil-mnking hat a '.'.ear, .says Miss Goodone side The soltcr and more becoming its color, (he more flattering this s i u e- slanteil hat will be. For the most 1 flattery, its outlines will be gently curved, nol sharp. Trimming will be massive and flowing rather than tiny and tight. The proportions of such a hat will me scaled lo ihe size of the. lace and figure; small, if you're petite; largish, Father of Blythcvillc Woman Dies in Virginia Andrew L. Lewis, age 77. a member of a pioneer Virginia /ami)) and the father of Mr.s. George D Pollock. Jr. of Blythevillc, died at his home In Hallwood. Va. Wednesday morning. Besides Mr.s. Pollock, he is sur- I vivcd by hLs wife. Mrs. Ann Lewis and one son, Marlon Lewis of Blox- ' om. Va. t Funeral .services will be held to- ! morrow at 2:Co p.m. in the Hall- i wood Methodist Church. Interment "\ will be in the Hallwood Cemetery Mrs. Pollock left Monday iii;;ht , by train and arrived two hours alter ; her father's death. ; Africa consists of 11,500,000 square miles. ' Weak, Watery Blood Blamed for Making Men and Women Look and Feel Older TNU mil YEARS ,', lc v, f , J .? u . ">.""• ><«P.»J> How To Relieve tl? Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves promntlv h<w cause it goes right to the seat of 0^ trouble lo help loosen and e^i germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw tender In flamed bronchial muoou" mbml br . a n«- Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the iin- d " a 'indingyou must like he way it and potent activating infrredip ( ! , A ' s< >. S SS Tonic hc-Ipj scm jn-JV rood you cat l>y Incrtailng tha ,1 dlrcstlve Julco when It la Von £, callytoolHtloor scanty thus Jh*. i ach will hRvo little camo to get b CREOMULSION forCouahs.ChestColds, Bronchitis man. Mrs. Young was graduated from Osccola High School and the Bandy Secretarial School. For the past two years she has been employed as secretary to J. Vance Clayton, state treasurer in Little Hock. Mr. Young graduated from Keiser High School and served three years it) the Armed Forces. . brief wedding nip the Afte rrmple will return here to make their home where .Mr. Yo employed as deputy .sheriff. Mrs. Godlcy Is Elected President of Sorority OSCEOLA. Alk. Feb. 26Mrs. Lloyd Godlcy was elected to serve n.s president of the newly organized Pi Beta Phi sorority yesterday af r much improved. Mr. and Mrs. -r^^^;^ S M'^Si. Scores Injunction to adopted an e.ighl month old riaugh- — ter whom they have named Alice I SiOf tits N-f iw »/-^ Ksiele. lor her two grandmothers. ""C- 1 I'C? JLll:\G Mr. ajlii Mrs. 1>. F. lirngdiui li.ivi adopted an eigln month old riaugh- British Jet Fighter Sets Thc Urdgilon's have another child. | is three and onc-hnll i MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 2G (UP. _ j Mayor Hubert i!. Hnmpiirev toc!:u- •denounced atscinpts to ei.d '11 M-i 1 --"of 1,100 teachei.-i u, i|;e public school sy.'tem bv means of a eoll" injunction. "The way to settle a strike," he said, -is by negotiation not bv injunction. I a,,, , a ,t a rani ,. C action- Mr,,i;ccn Norris. daughter of Nl\-. and Mr.s. Samuel F. Norris. has made the semc.ster honor roll at St. Cecelia Academy. N'ii.shvillo. Teim.. where she is a member of the sophomore; clas.s. Mrs. M. L. Stewart and her sister. Mr.s. s. J. Dieus of Poplar Bluff. Mo., spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mrs. -Stewart, who arrived Rev. Kidd to Be Speaker At Woman's Club The Rev. Harvey T. Kind, pastor 1 of the First Presbyterian Church, will be the principal speaker at (he regular monthly meeting ol the Woman's Club tomorrow. 2:30 pm The subject of Hcv. Kidd's address will be "World Citizenship." The public Is Invited to attend the meeting which will be held In the Woman's Club, H was announced today by Mrs. James M. Roy. Chairman of the Committee on "international Relations for the Woman's Club. Legion Auxiliary Meets Y/ith Mrs. George Rains OSCEOLA. Ark.. Feb. 2<>'~The O.sreola Ameriraii Legion Auxiliary; had a cull meeting Tuesday evening i at the home of Mrs. George. Rains wilh Mrs. V. C. Colbert as co-hostess. Mrs. Josie Cook, president, was In charge nf the brief business meeting at which plans were made to have a special program on March 0. on the subject of "Americanism". Mrs. Cook also presented the program entitled "The Life ot George Washington". The hostess served a salad plate with iced drinks wilh each plate being centered with a miniature America:: ll.ip. Coming Events Social Calendar Speed Record ot 560 MPH J.OXUO.V. !•>.-]. 2!i. (UP) — The Bnt:.-h Cruiser Sllcliicld of the .'.;-.,: 1 :''::r. srmatli-on has been or- I flciTil to I>li;::>. British nonjfttrn.s. i !:cc.u:>r >}'. territorial claims marie by ''i: rrspo:\-ible elements" of the 1 (.iiiatim;:..! |;:-,-.-.-. :i foreign office i "Wi- envisage ;| u . possibility ot an incident by uicsjion.sible elements 1 opcratm- : rom Gllatcuialan tcrri- , to:y.' ti;e s]:ol<f5tn^n said. I by recent Guatemala-.! •r-s Britain rc- itonal claims by Gnatc- fjcl!;::-. Tlic spukes- Icar that Britain did . . , - -s ai rrspotKlins.serrel.ny. and Mrs I5fn mcni. is slichtly improved tess served -a salad course' with hot 'Chinese Torture Knot' Used to Strangle Man NEW YORK, Feb. 20. (UP) — Police today sought a dark, husky man in blue denim trousers who robbed a Washington Navy employe i" a midtown hotel and left, him tied with a "Chinese torture knot" so that he strangled himself in trying (c »<•' !"ose. Another guest, told police that he saw the man. who wore a dark jacket, with a thin red stripe, a dark fedora and black shoes, entering the room of Harvey Hac- j boric. 35. of Palls Church, Va.. i 'Hiesdiiy nigh'.. j Hotel attendants found Hze- ] bcrlc's body yesterday. Dr. Thomas | A. Gonzalcs, medical examiner, said j he hart been dead several hours, j Gonzalcs ordered an autopsv to- i As vigorous blood surses thrmigSSut" your whole horty, greater IrwhncS »na ttrcogth should make you t»t better elfcp bettor, tee} better, work better' play better, hive a healthy color glow hi S '? llr !kln - nr m flesh nil out hollow Jilacrs. Millions or bottles sold. Get. it bottle Iran your drug store. SS3 Tonlo helps Butl4 Sturdy iteiltb. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Stalls 2:00 USTKN TO KI.CN B:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday &- Friday SO GREAT... SO HAPPY... •I'liursilay -Mr. and Mrs. Karl' Warlciipfuhl, Mr. end Mis. Bla,, s. Heath. Mr. ami Mi.-. F::m:in Bynum. Mr. and . Mrs. William Young and Mr. .-ui.1 i Mr.i. Rudolph Viska will be hasls and lies-esses to members ot th,' 20:h Crnliiry Club with a dance at the Livinn Hut. a:M p.m. Friday Supper tor teams who will work in the First Church attendance campaign in March at ' 1:00 p.m. I C. B. c. Club being entertained : . ~ at tile home of Mrs. C. S. Dowdy Flood' UCinqCr LinacrS The I';vst Matrons and Patrons nt ! A . r . ... the Kasler;i star will meet J-V/'iy, rouna urCCtlWOOd, MlSS. 7:00 o'clock nl the home uf Dr.. rRc-irvwnni-i v< and Mrs. j. A. Sallba tor a pot : _ GREE ' NWOOD ' M«f.. Feo. M District Judsc D. E. La Drlle yrs- tcrriay ordcreo the unions to show cause, why ihe injunction rhou'ri not. be granted. He .set March I 'or a hearing on the order. iirs: Gucirun H. Jensen, m.>'.!»•;- ,, : a nine-year-old gr.ide school pupil rct:-.hicd \'rl,;on to ..<•<•;.: ;..;-. end ;ri the strike which the teachers ln-- ^ pan TL:^sd:i> in r-n.'arcc l::«:;r <h'- j mand.s for hi-hcr wages. 'Hlc .s:ri:-:e closed iho c-:ty'.- ! grade, ifcondarv a::tl vocatinna schools and left 75003 student; i without educational fa:ilk;c>. i The teachers have a.skril tin: iniliilnium suJaniv, be boosted :ro;i • S^.OCO to s:i.CC(l annually and :ii.i: lop salaries be hiked !'ru:i: 5!:J'^ to 15.0:0. They also asked the Lnard i to .tbandon it.s ]>ln:i t<, weeks off the .school vcar. ar:'tic Areas Britain considers own Hie spokesman said. He said The Guatemalan press c:Nprc:;sed "a IIH-SL i:eiaoi:strati\-e satistacucn." Till- British prer.s has pmiicte.l j:i:(i:e territorial demands on Unt: :: ;>o. r . 11 r.-- .ions if Chile ami Ai-en'.:na \verc pcrmitled to lay claim to .'.marciic areas without challenge. ; T;ie ..pokc.sman said Britain 0^ | '-vuiild like the Belize ilispuie to i) •; biouRht bi'iore the Iincrf.ajioiial Court of Ju. r >tice. poten- " J ' u , l?c-;ul Courier ,VcWs VS'a ! i rn:n -, ___ i.'J'^ - Qr us to bruin icrnoring tl:i ^ar;! r ial danger. [our I "The levees are already saturat- j cd and most are seeping." he said. I "They can't st:;mi prolonged satur- | ation anil ihcrs'.s 1101 cr.ouL-.h rciie: :n smiit to begin ieiax;:ig our ^uard." Weather f<irccasts urcdicl siuniTr: ght Club Taken Over , By Alcoholics Anonymous DBS MOINES, la., Feb. 26. (UPI j —Babe's once one of the mast pop- I ular ni<rht spots in the MidWcs'.. j soon will be taken over by Alco- i holies Anonjvnoas. .as a clubroom The night club, which has been operated by Bisignano. i lia.s been padlocked lor four months i as a liquor nuisance. . j District Judge Loy Ludd authorized ibe chapter to rent the space providing no liquor is brought on the premises. Wrotens to Move Sunilay I I-'oimal tea honoring MM. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wrolen win I Dee Hammock. Beta Sigma pill's move (Monday from their home at j'Woman of the Year" at the T. I 1017 Chickasawba to the residence! Seay home. [514 W. Chickasawba formerly occupied by Dr. and Mrs.! John F. Rowland at 012 West Miitn.i The Wrotriis home on Chlckas.v.i lj:i traded In will he ocrupird by their daughlrr- luek supper: "" '" i ' V P '" - An " s ' Engineers today advi.,- ] ca use us plenis" of trnuhl Wo,™,,', Club wil, meet 2:30 p. | '« n *£™ ^iSSnT'-r^Tv/-'- ' '' ' urejtectni:: this delta city [rom tl AWOJlen Y;l2ao River. Jack Anclcisnu. public ie!:i;:u officer of the U.S. F.nginerrs. sa that the ruer "i.s I;il];:ii: l.vj f.!/r.v le" British Send Cruiser To Port in Honduras STOCKBRIDGE. England Fcb (UP) — A British jet - propelled fighter with full military equipment .shattered the "world closed circuit air speed record today bv living through the 100-kilomctcr 162 ;mile) course at 560.63 miles an hotu- The plane, a VicSers Super-Marine Attacker, was flown by Test Pilot M. J. Lithgow. it had been kept under cover until today's run. In-law. i has fi i home on Ihe Armorel the rr.-ldr-nre nwned bv implvll at 131)1 I learn. Osccola Events ' I Tlmrsilav ' ; Kivvanis Club nicer::.:: ;i: ^jve l-:l- rmentarv Scluin] at 7 Oi) p m ROBERT CUMMIKGS BRIAN DONifVY 'HEAVEH OWIY KNOWS* Sc'iws'i! h*.1JWs^ t& C«^.« . it lt , hrnt SMrt [t*.l . Ml Ud i, mm s toiii Paramounl News and Short Cnntinuous Showing Everyday Box Oflke Opens G:30 Show Starts 6:45 "pens Sunday 1:00: Siarts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sal. i Sun. iiargain \i 8 i,t Every M s ht i,\ccjit Saturday .No passes l, 0 ,, 0 rcil on Sunday ,| Ko.vy Theatre Thursday &~Frit]ay ' riOMSOHJHAffWALLISl ..J niM ! i'iinnr. " ISBMCIKH .. j 4^1 CA " Selccleil Short Subject* .... Slays Fresh Longer! RICHER SWEETER BETTER £asy to Cook! Tender/ Fi. mm Simple, fjii', r.isy t o Ricli in natural nottrislnncnl! For best cooki/iy /y.w//s yd ihc rice labeled SYRUP I MONEY I SAVING i I A PRODUCT OF ANHEUSEK-BUSCK I

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