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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 4, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIUJC (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1947 Emily Wix»on, Society Editor Phone -M«l Bridge Luncheon Given At Cleo Langston Home __ Th« m«mb«ri of the OctelU Club in: «citert*ined yesttrday «[lernoon with a luncheon at Mrs. Cleo Lang- iton's In compliment to Mrs. Guth: rie King of Memphis, formerly of I .' Blythevllle, »nd her guests, Mrs. . 2 Edna Llttl« Jarmaii of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Earl Higley of New _ Britain, Conn. Mr». Meyer Grnbcr 1_; wa« also a guest. ' - Luncheon WM served OH the ter- J ! *~ r»c« of the Lungston home nnd ,'... game: followed. Mrs. Marvin Nunn .. . won high score. /.,. Following the games gifts were presented to each guest. ...CBC Club Entertained By Mrs. Alvin Hardy Mrs. Alvhi Hardy was hostess yes terday afternoon to members of the CBC Club and an out-of-town guest — - Mrs. W. C. Phclan of Memphis houseguest of Mr, and Mrs. R. A -. Copeland. ,_.. Mrs. Copeland won high score during the ganies snd Mrs. Cor nellus Scbcrcr received second high . ; - Mrs. A. A. Hardy won rooktx \ A profusion ot Fntl flowers dec :• orated entertaining rooms of th home. : ' . The hostess'served pie and coffc -' for refreshments. » * » ," 'Mrs. Adams Entertains :;.-.PEO Sisterhood Chapter Coming Events Social CaUndar MONDAY Roynl Neighbor! of America—Mrs. earl Hires. T.K p.m. Woman's Missionary Society bus- \ se.ulon and State Mission pro- ram — 3:30 p.m., Fint Baptist lunch. Executive Board of Woman'* Aux- iary of First Presbyterian Church —2:30 p.m., at the church.. Woman's Society of Christian Ser- Ice of Lake Street Methodist Church—2:30 p.m. at the church. Woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church — Mri, C. B. ohtison, 7:30 p.m. Junior Girl's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church—at the church, 3:30 ).m. GBO Club—Miss Ila Rouen. TUESDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma : Phi—MM. Ted Lyjter and Em- < ly Wlxson, hoatesses—7:30 p.m. at Ly.sler home. 1139 West Walnut St. LM Nueve Clul>—Mrs. John Tho- niw. Circles Seven and Eight of First Bnpllst Clinrch—Mrs. W. J. Rogers. Club Eight—Mri. Charles LAiigs- on, WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club—Mrs. G. O. Caudill. OBC Club—in Memphis »« guests of Mrs. W. C. Phelan. Chapter D, P. B. O. Sisterhood— Bits of News Mrs. W. C, Phclim, who hn.s been tlic housegnefil of her biothcr, R. A, Copclnnd, ntid Mrs. Cu[)t)iin<t (or thi ]ifisl week, It-It this inotnlng to re- luni lo her homi- in Mrs. Leonard R. Plillllp.s Jr., nnd SOD, Ohuckj of Avant, Okla., hav< arrived lo .spend several month: with her mother, Mrs. A. J. Pipkin Mrs. Phillip* is the former Mis Oori.s i'lpkin, Miss Flora Jane BorowMty of Ma nl!a, who was graduated Irorn Bly Iheville Hi^h School, hns plodgei to SJKniH D(;lta Tau soroilty Rt Hi University of Oklnhotna, Noi'inar ; where .she is a Junior. I Dick Wilson, who Is » student n Northwestern Junior ColleRe ftt Rrn iitoblii, wn.s In Hlyllinville In? n IE; lit. to visit his mother. Mrs. B. B WlLson, H]iJ ntterul the Blythcvlllc- Llttte Rock foolbnll gftine. Ann Canv.'ny While of Osccola, dnuEjhter or Mr. and Mrs, Godfrey Willie, is I ho weekend honscKuest of Mr. and Mrs. Auhrey Conway, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. SchncfTer of Meniphls me ]>arents of » claut!ht(^r born Thursday nl[;hl at St. Joseph's Fashion as the Critics See It I KJEW YORK (NBA)—Dcsi fi ncrs of low-priced, r< lo-wear clothes won equal recognition this Mr«. J. W. Adams was hosle.s yesterday to members of Chapli N of the P. E. O. Sisterhood nt hi home on Hearn Street. Mrs, Farmer England was In Cherry. '-charge of a quiz program on Th FRIDAY Constitution of the United Slates.; Dorcas Sunday School Class ol Mrs. Murray Smart won the prize ; First Baptist Church — 2:30 p.m., for answering the most, questions, i at the church with Mrs. R. L. Re.crt- The home was decorated with i rr anrt Mrs. C. T. Tucker as hos- • mrly Pall flowers and the rtlnlng j tcsses. table, from which refreshments' were served buffet style, was centered with a crystal bowl filled with varied flowers anrt overliU with a cutwork cloth. Mrs. W. Marlon Willl»ms, Mrv, Hospital, Memphis. They urc also Walker HaVer. »t WIlllRms Viomf.j parents ol » win, Jerry. Mr. and 1306 West M«ln 81. • | Mrs. SclinclTer formerly imule their Elliott rletchcr Chapter of j home in nlylhcville find she Is the United Daughters of the Coufed- fonnci- Miss Sylvia IliichtMinn of cracy—Mrs. Gean Atkinson. THURSDAY Octette Club—Mrs. James Hill. Mlrt-Wrrk Club — Mrs. J. 1-ouis Civic Calendar ;v ' " Baptist' Women Meet "' "'/. Mrs. Theodore Lognn gave the '•- " devotional for 14 members of the '•'-'•• • Executive Board of the Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist. . Church at a meeting yesterday nf- f . tcrnoon at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. Her subject was "Stewardship." Mrs. Marion Williams was in '''' - charge of the business session ami Mrs. E. B. Woodson closed the ses- v ' ; slon with prayer. -—;:'•--'• Refreshments of a dessert course ':^f . with coffee were served. MONDAY Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meeting 1:30 p.m. Blythevllle. I.. T. Moore, Jr., student at Arkansas State College, Jonesiboro, was the guest for a brief time of his mother, Mrs. L. T. Moore Sr.. tills week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Rnssell of Arlington, Va., will arrive tomorrow to spend two weeks vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wrolcn. anrt Mrs. C. R. Wrolen aud family. Jerry Hnley, n student at Arkansas .Statp College at Joncsboro, arrived thi.s afternoon to si>end the weekend with Ills parents, Mr. and Mis. Don Haley. I rcady- . year with the creators of America's top-bracket custom- made finery when Ihe fashion Critics' Awards were handed out. For outstanding contribution in the price field in which the stylc-crcalor works, lour designers were each awarded a $1^000 U.S. bond and a coveted bronze staluetto, called "Winnie," ol a j;a!n City Hall gathering where winners' fashions—examples of which are pictured—were exhibited. Award winners were Mark Mooring, custom dress designer; Nellie Rosenstcin, designer of upper- bracket ready-to-wear; Adele Simpson, designer of moderate-priced ready-to-wear; Jack llorwitz, de- iigner ol low-priced junior fashionr These winners were chosen by a jury of 45 fashion editors o f magazines syndicates and papers. —EPS1E KIN'ARD, NfclA Fashion Editor. b« discretionary for thow person who »« not membtrs of orgarJ/.i tlort* which have been found crim tail bjr th« international mllitaryl tribunal in th« Nazi Party, otherl thtn br m»mb«rship." (ThU amendment doe< noil change the ttatua of members oil the GeiUpo and Scliulti-. Stadcll (88), and ilmllar organizallcms.l But Clay estimated It would re-l due* the number pending lriali| from 760,000 to 150,000.) a. "Ptrton« chargeable as fol-1 lower* under the lav may re-l sumt their positions prior to theirl appearance before the (denazlfica-l tlon) tribunal." (.ThU amendment will allow ,*n| estimated 350,000 who have Jfel been tried to regain Immedlott'lyl executive position! In all except! the highest levels of industry and! government. The only work open I to them previously was mental.) 1. "Tribunals will us* discretion In I setting the length of probation forl lesaer offendera , . ." (Probation! for !«a«er offenders had been mln-| Imum of two years.) Git to Purchate Food On Co-Op*rativ* Basis FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.. Oct. (UP)—University of Arkansas stu- f dent veterans were planning today I to establish a cooperative food store | to combat rising prices. According to student body Presl- I dent Lloyd Henry of Augusta, the move was made necessary when Congress failed to raise the sub- • slstence allowances of married vet- | eraru from l»0 a month. Fashion* picture* above w*r* treated by designers \vlio won Ibis year's Fashion Critic*' Awards, aponsored by Coty. At far left, a jfpla broadcloth suit deilgned by M:irk Moorinc features vviilc aweeplnr skirl and Jacket flared below the waist. Gold yarn woven Into the bUck fabric brlfhtens Adele Simpson's (IranKitic cvpnini; cape, left center. PoufI drapery at hipline of the shell- pink satin i-vciuiiK co'.vn, risht center, designed by Nettie Rosenstein, rmphrtsi/i's the sm;ill u-aistlinc. Jack Horwilx adds a drawstring to liic Keranium-rcd velveteen clrcsc, far right, so the skirt rau lie drawn up to reveal a petticoat of nlakl r"'*An. \ r~ • | jCOUT Today By Mrs. G. Ladd Thp schedule of Ihe Blytlievllle Girl Scout Troops .was announced n ^ Mr. antl Mi's.* Roy McCnn linvc re- ' today by Mrs. Glenn Lftdd, presl- s"iiica"Leckur«—* p.m., H?gh School | tHviicd to their home in TaUulah; 1 dent of the L/jne Troop Association. We the Women By RUTH MIM.KTT NBA Staff WiitiT LONDON. Oct. 4. (UPi—A foreign o(n?e sptikp'mnn Mild it c:ould be "quite dentine!;; s^uim-d 1 ' that tile Council of Foreign Ministers' dcp- u'.ics of Ihe Gornt: 1 .!! p:ric(! treaty v.nnlcl men on Nov. G ;uul tlv? Ciiuncil o. Foreign Minirstery on Nov. :0hlendovf Home Selling ' For Bridge Club Party country [ auditorium. TUESDAY Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. Amcricnn UeRton, 8 p.m. American Lesion Auxiliary, a p. m.. at the Hut. WEDNESDAY Klwanls Club—12:10 p.m. Sudbury P. T. A. Executive Board -2:30 p.m., followed by P. T. A., 3 p.m. THUDSDAY Rolnry Club—12-.10 p.m. ,'.. FRIDAY ' : Foolbnll Senior High Chicles vs. Pine Bluff here. Junior High Paps YS Jouesboro there. La., after a brief visit with ho.r parents, Mr. and Mrs. p. Rcnnelt here. Lan^e, Troop Four will meet on Wednesday. 3:30 p.m.,'-at, Calvary Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Bqil^v [ iinpilsl church. Mrs. Coady Baton or Mobile. Aln.. arc IVio pnrrnts of ( ij troop leader and Miss June Stlres a daughter born Of.t. I, In theism be Assistant troop leader. Mobile Ho.spltnl. They have two otli- SlK | burv Troop will have daughters. Mrs. Bcaty Is the former Miss Eloisc Parks. Its meetings on Thursday, 3:30 p.m., at the school. Mrs. S. C. Owen. Jo Ann Shanks Given OSCEOLA, Oct. 4.—The home of Mrs. Harold Ohlciulorf at Grlder was the setting ycslerduy] College Scholarship aternoon for a parly for members] ^ r of a two-table bridge club anil two other gnesls, ' Mrs. Sieve Bowker and Mrs. Bob Kcndrlcks. , ,.,. Mrs. Joe Rhodes Jr.. won first j „„",„„•, prize and second went to Mrs.] St. Bonnie Foster, "What's Wrontf With American Fathers?" demands the learl article in the October i.ssui 1 uf one of our national magazines. Cnn it he the -^ wind is shift- Ing, and the storm of abuse hitting Mom that IKIS been lull blast ior years is stai'i- .. „ ing to blow in Pop's direction? alarm. Top is the logical object. The AmeiU;m mother lias alic-:i- dy been blamed for 'juvenile (le- the hlKh divorce Formal notification of the Rus- ineiH witii On se l\vo dales has. ;iitv.(:ve.r. not yet readied the'for- i!in oil ice. Knlh Milleli linnucncy, for rale, for the aln'rinmg 4 number 1 ^ of ; Melvin Waggoner. The home was decorated with arrangements of flowers with red - roses predominating to carry out the color scheme. A sfilad course was served (ol- "" logins: th« games. Nfiss Jo Aim Shanks, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jo« Shanks of lily- , ie of the 59 students I there they will attend the Tenne.i- .iow holding scholarships lit Texas sec-IJuke game. State College lor Women. Denlon. i Mr - :ulrt Mrs - Kendall Berry and ,000 Nazis Escape Trial General Clay Okays Modification of Denazification Law ; BERLIN. Oct. 4. (U.P.)— Five i hundred thousand Nazis were ] raved today from trial under a rul- [ ing by Gen. Lucius D. Clay, of • the American military government. i Clay approved three amend| menus to the denazification law, : .submitted to him by the German Cr.uncil ot States in the American i Zone. While they will not allow any important Nazis lo escape justice. Ihey will make It possible through the list of things that have ! for military ED vcrnmcnt. to finish the job' of denazification by next Spring. The amendments Clay approved were: 1. "Mandatory charges now inquired of the public prosecutor in th*? categories of major offender o''crd"r ;intl lesser offender wil' Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:M ».ra. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.t Saturday The Marauders with Williim Bovd Sert«l "The Vigilante" No. » and Short Continuous Showinc Satunlar l«:li a.m.-11:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday THEV'liU ItKADV;. po; shots at him oi»;ht lo 1)C casj% ^f^. Ul ,, w ., nll j n g , lp they have bad \vitlr Mama. In fact, they could t;o vi^ht Ing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ooodricl and family [or the weekend. While + COATS -X- SUITS ^ DRESSES Sizes 2-6x All Y* Pric« TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St Phone 2308 Miss Shunts was awarded n'sons, Alan nnd Jerry, left this Mary C.lbbs Jones Home Economics ! moralnp: for Prcntlss, Miss., where scholarship. In High School here! they will spend the weekend with she wns secretary ol Hie Student i bis mollier. Mrs. P. W. Berry Hiid Coimcil. senior qil»en. drum major- , famllj 1 . tte, treasurer of the BHS band and New Assignment Given To Miss Arkansas of '47 group. ; *""""* Mrs W. D. Cohh is leader of l.he Mama's critics have nlrcariv nlnc-yenr-old Brownies and they hurled about everything handy in will hm'e their meetings «t Prs'. Methodist Church on Wednesday.; to 3:30 p.m.. also. The Junior High Troop Six. mi- i der the leadership or Mrs. Glenn I ndd, Mrs. J. P. Gai roll, and Mrs Hugh whiuitt will meet Tuesday: f or Complete Protection her direction, ir Ihry do any more vie member of the Red Pepper nnd lome Economics clubs. In Stock Today Evinrude Zephyr Thrilling 4-cylinder - p«r- formance in a motor jusl right, for average fishinp and family boats. Develops 5.4 O. B. C. Certified brake H. P. at 4000 R.P.M Headquarters ron i Outboard Motors At The Hospitals BI.YTHKVIU.E HOSPITAL Admitted: Max Johnson, city. Mrs. M. F. Brownies Jr.. Dell, Dismissed: * Millard Busn. city. J. T. Ktnnertj'. city. WAU.S HOsriTAI, Dismissed: Mrs. Emily Jolllff, Mmilla. Coy Alton Welch, Steele. Mo. will Dlldlne, Horntrsvllle, Mo. Walter Bishop, city. Moieli Hamilton, rtic. 3. city. MKTHOIMST HOSVITAI., Memplils Dismissed: Oilie Bell« Cox, Osceola. Ruth WeyalH. Osceoll. BAPTIST HOSPJTAI^ Memplili Dismissed: Emmett Preston, oeceola. Mrs. C. C. Goad. Oeceoln. Walter SKewart, city. LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Oct. 4. (UP) —Oov. Ben Lancy has named Pam Camp of Little Rock — otherwise. 3:30 p.m. Church. »t First Methodist Rev. Brown Will Conduct, Services at Luxora Church LAJXORA. Oct. *—The Rev. 15. C. .. .. .Brown, pastor of thp First Baptist known as Miss Arkansas—to be Ar- j church at Blylheville. will conduct Evangelistic services tomorrow 'through Oct. 16 at the First Baptist Church In Luxora. ! Services will be held mch night at 1:30 o'clock. It wnss announced , by the Rev. A, B. Hill, pustor. I kan-sas' official princes,*; at the annual Christmas Carnival Rt Bir- mincham. Ala.. Nov. 2-1-29. Miss Camp was notilied of the selection yesterday as she returned from R guest appearaneo at the cotton picking contest at Blylheville. All IHSURABLE HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POILARD AGENCY Glencoc Hotel Bldg. 124 W. Ash St. LOANS LOKG TERM Home Office, Newark, N. J. PROMPT CLOSING LOW HATE r.U.I.. \VKITK, OK SKF. RAY WORTHING TON \K S. Tlllrd St.. lilylhcvitli-. Ark. = nrvi:i- This S ' : -- -" Vrnm Anlhoiizrtl AtorfBOBe Loan Solicitor tor THE m;ni;NTiAi, INSURANCE CUM CANY or AMERICA Realtors to Meet I ! r The HlyLhovlllf Kpnl Kslntc Board I will meet Tursday ni^ht. 6:30 ! o'clock, at Hotel (.toIT, it wns an- lumncod todiiy. I The mcoting Is IxMiig held a week curlier than scheduled because of (he slate convention Oct. 13-14 at Eureka Springs, HALL& REDMAN OUTBOARD MOTORS BIO W. Ash S<. Phone 2$71 SUNDAY SPECIAL Roust Turkey Dressingf and Giblet Gravy Cranberry Salic* Creamed Totaloos Fresh Frozen Green Teas Home Made Rolls $1 Homt Madt Pics and Cakes Sttakl, Fish and Chicken Dinners SYCAMORE HOUSE Arkansas-Missouri State Line WHY? Spend back-breaking, brow- l>er»pirinj( days . . . enslaved by yonr wnshlub ... in ;in inadequately heated, dismal unfinished basement? Piramount News and Shorts Cent Showing Sunday 1:15-11 :M Boi Office Opens 6:JO; Show Start* 6:45 Opeiu Sunday 1:W): Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. Bargain Nlrht Every Nljht E\cept Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at the ROUT TRY! . . . br'mjr your wasb to om (.sundry. At the drop of » hat . . . presto! Sparkle— Clean wash and linen.*. Be.tteh than ever before! | EASY UUNDRY Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phon« 4418 Saturday Desperate Trails ^ with Johnny Mack Brown Serial "Black Widow" No. 6 A Short Cent. Showing Sal. 12:30-11:30 SSunrlav anH Monday 5 s'zc now only S3.00 size now only S1.03 1 Yc>! You ran liny this famous Tusny ni^lit crrani and P.IN'C, too! Dmic*:?, rojiiiin^c^-s—c\c(\ fatigue fliatloivs tctid to fade away when you use this luxurious emollient. Gel yours .iy and pi\o yonr ,«kin nil the*e nly hcnru'K Don't wail. S^le lasls only a lUiiitod time. DRUG STORE 2?.l W. Main ' Pl-ne 507 l-.x .Vcwa and Musical Short font. Showlni S«nd»y 1:30-11:M Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blythtvill*, Ark. Saturday and Sunday California Gold Rush with Wild Bill F.lliotl S*rl«l "Sea Hminrf" No. 1 A- C:\rtonn €»nfd Shows S»t. U:30 lo 11:30 OnllniiM Show Bon. l:!VII:i» Admission Adults I5c, Tsx Incl. Children 9c

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