The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 27, 1947
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SLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS euid . I'honc 4'IG1 Sorority ,'Tea Is Held •jo Honor New Plec' -5 ' The w. O. Hlggtnsori > 6'n Chlckasawb* Avenue was the, set* tint! yesterday afternoon for the prfiierenllsl Tea given by the "Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Si&;nia Pill Sorority honoring their ne»- pledge*. Vases filled with Talisman roses and chrysanthemums (lecoiU-d the entertaining roonis of tile home mid IJiB relresliment table ovrrlnkl with a cutworit clolh, \v.\s centered with' a iwuquet o:~ roses iu a cr. (tM bowl, flunked with yellow cMiiiles In silver' candlo holders. Tile oisortec; party foods carried outj- ; a Halloween" .tlw'mG. Mrs. Jim Crifton. sorority' mother, presided ever the r4U>!e. -, The committee In fharpe oj the tea TTSS composed of Miss Alice S&iiba, Mrs. Frances OsJnn:lll, and iliss Dorothy Jean Hlgglnson. * * * • . Mrs. Hardy Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. Cleo Trovls'iHtd Mrs, J. D. Siiuth were gm-.s's other limn ;n*»n- bers when Mr£. A. A. Hnrdy tir.r-r- taiiieei the C. B. C. Club Friday afternoon at tier homo, In g^mes played. Mrs. Lcndcmili) Rnvlcr TOU hiph. Mrs. 'Alvih Hnrcly, second and -Mrs. Alton Hard.", rooko. The home \ attractivelY decorated with roses and Fall ilov.-cr:. Refreshments of pic and iceri drinks yere served. * * • Mrs,;.Herning Is Speaker At ; ' District Meet Luxora Halloween Royalty R J I rs - ,. C .'i tis H , mll »B 01 Mitchell, S. D. t JicJd worker for the National Congress of Parents and Tcach- 'ers. was principal speaker at the District Meeting of Parents and Teachers held Friday, at Methodist, Church. . BiHy Dean (lower nnd Uoi-nthy Row-lie, seniors, and Tommy Colc- iniin nml'l'egsy Belli Ford, second guide students, were crowned Fn- llay niKht as khn;s and qucciu to icinu over the Hallawcen Carnival of Luxora Hi^h School. •Is plnced : the. clisllchsc of meeting! the needs of , your* children." ; DUriitg- th e atjernnpn session i Mrs. Ejjjgrtr R Dixon, Slate' prexi- i dent dt.'-'thc^orgnnlzalion, led a! symposiuin on Ihe. .". topic' "The Challenge of the 'Fowl, Point Pro gram ' We must decide nlnt UP i\\ pect the finished product of «ur chi'd to be ! H I LcwiMcm t At The Hospitals UI.YTHKVHXi: HOSPITAL Parkin .Admitted: i Arthur Hays. eily. r point, ^ -Mrs. Robert Rushing, Cooler, Me A ln ~ , Ari.stor Sulazor, Osccoln. 'Bcncta Mnsby, city. AdeJIe Johnson, city. Mrs. Irvin Turner and baby, city Mrs. Tahnndsje i^co, city. Mrs. L. R. Glover, city. I , Mrs. Ruth Gniin. stccle. Mo. ! MIS. o. B. Hamilton, cooler, MO. ! Many Attend Funeral hhn Lip]) C u uthris\ iilc Mo. - — — - — Zelmirn Atkinson. Etowah. Linda Lee Rounsnville. Maiden, Yarbro Church Sponsors Annual Harvest Supper Tile annual Yarbro harvest sup per which Is sponsored by Ihe Yar bro Methodist Church, will be heli Wednesday night from 5 ta o'clock at Yarbro schuol. A regular chicken dinner and home-made pics of all be served. Bits of News Miss Emily Berry of Kansas City, Mo., and Little Rock, spent the weekend here &5 guest of Mayor nnd Mrs. K, R. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McHaney. Mr. and Mrs. L, T. Moore Sr., it T. Moore Jr., and Mrs. Robert L. Waile and daughter, Mary Vemia, were in Rtdgely, Tenn.. ycsterday to attend the 25th wedding anniversary ol Rep. and Mrs. Damon Headden. Miss Dortha Rogiin spent the v.TOkei;d in Jt;nc:ibo:o lis guest of Miss Clarice Wnbanks. She went es- p*cially to attend the homecoming football game at Arkansas State College, at which Miss Wilbanks' was a umid to the queen. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hart and MLSS Nancy H.-irt were in Memphis Saturday to attend the Arkansas-Ole i^s io'uball game, Mr. and Mia. C. A. Cunningham re'.urncd Saturday night from New Orleans, La., where they spent 10 davs. Ployd White leff yesterday for Chlcaeo. 111., on a buying trip. He will be met thA-e by hi.s son. Dick, a suident at University of Arkansas. Fayetteville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Pal Chilmon. were in Memphis Saturday for the Arkansas-Ole Miss football gams. Billy and Wayne Burilham, sons Miss Ashley Elected Queen'at U. of Arkansas Miss Dorothy Ann Ashley has been elected queen of tile freshman class at the University of Arkansas, Faycttevllle, where she is a member of 7,cla Tan Alpha sorority. Miss Ashley is the daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ashley Jr., of Monticello, Ark., formerly oJ Bly- thcville, and the granddaughter of Mrs. J. T. Ashley Sr. of here. Coming Events Social Calendar MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1947 We the Women By RUTH MIU.KT NKA Staff Writer Getting his say In ahead of the Christmas rush, a well-known psychiatrist advises 1 parents' not to (cadi, children that there is a Santa Claus. "Let the child know Sanla is Just a pleasant myth," says the psychiu- trrst. "You and the children will get Just w> much Jun out of U." H.s.uflng &inta to the slalus of a -pleasant myth" probobly wouldn't lie anything children couldn't tak" in their stride. Bui it would sure spoil a lot of the fun of Christmas for the grownups. Playing Santa lo Ihcir young Is TUESDAY i City Council of Bela slRma Phi! u , e lu ,,, rest , .),„,, ever fnn > , " 1Mt ""< "^Ms^r * "' '"•i^'^'^V^^^S, 10 Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. F E, 131,-ick. Town and Country—Mr«. P .0 Foster. Tlll.'RSIMV G. N. n. Bunco Club — Mrs. K. C. Biankenshtp. Presbyterian Church Supper—7 Maid of Cotton Entry Blanks Have Arrived Mrs. Gilbert Hammock has been JJ, be unmarried, between the ages of 19-25 Inclusive, have been born In a cotton producing state, not welgn over 125 pounds, be »t least 5'3'' or os'er, and willing to make an international tour . beginning In January and lasting through J|ily. if g finalist she must agree to b* ' . selected to handle Blythevllle entries In the Maid of Cotton contest for 19M, it wa» announced today. Entry blanks last year had to he obtained from Memphis but this year they may be secured through Mrs, Hammock. To qualify, a contestant must Entry Jan. blanks may b« obtained nr by calling Mrs. Hammock, BIO M. 13th or phone 2W. . ' " *• "«.- Btcrs their heart's desires, H's also as near as they ever come to re- capiurhif the excitement of Christmas that, they knew when they were childrc:; themselves. So the;- introduce Junior to San'a before Junior can say his name. And t they dread the time when he'll find p m - | O1 't there isn't any Santa Clans, and 'octette Club-Mrs. C. P. Tucker. 1 LS d ± e '° B ' Ve u " tllc iun Ol Thursday Luncheon Club-Mrs. C. MANV CHILDREN PROTEND In fact, they dread it so much , that many a wise child bos pretended to believe in Santa long after : his playmates hnve disillusioned him, becausa he sensed that his parents wanted to keep Santa a Thursday Contract Club—Mrs. O, W. McCutchcn. Jolly El?ht—Mrs. Elva Poe. Mid-Week Club—Mrs. Harry Haines. FRIDAY W. California Churchman Killed in Auto Crash FORREST CITY, Ark., Oct. 17. j (UP)—The Rev. Thomas Coujan. i a Catholic priest from Los A'nge- ' les. died In a Forrest city hospital today from Injuries suffered In «n automobile accident Saturday. The car In which he and the Rev Thomas Kiefer, also of Los Angeles, were riding overturned six miles west of here. The men were returning to California after » vacation trip to New Orleans. The Rev. Mr. Kelfer suffered minor Injuries and was resting today. The coupe in which they were riding overturned when it struck a rnln-sottcncd shoulder. Tuesday Bridge Club—Mrs. Lloyd Stirkmon. lijuj tiiiw >*.IJIIL jj,*i .mail,, 3v.LO La Nueve Club——Mrs. Colcman of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Burnham. Stevens. spent the weekend In West Meiu- Tri-Town Club—Mrs, Melvhi Hal- phis as quests of Mr. and Mr*- sell. Hazel Naylor nnd family. Hichahoma- Mrs. Audranel Free- Mis. R. W. Becker, who has Lven man. a patient al Memphis Eye. Ear. C. B. C.—Mrs. O O. Elkins. Nose and Throat tor sev- . . era! days, has returned to her Birds waist on their toes only. home. . W!u: -ve rail the leg of a bird is Dr. Jack Webb .has rerAjrr.rd really :!s foo:. * to New Orleans where he 1s doit-^ • . post-graduate work at the Ew-. Ti:e PoulaiBC. a shoe worn in the Ear, Nose aiiU Throat Hospital »: M:;-. century, had toes so long they Ttilane University. He spent the- h-d :o b? :;eci to the wearer's kueei weekend here with his parenu. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb. CXTJ Dr. and Mrs. j. p. Martin <•' El Paso, Tex., have returned her.-.? after spending the weekend -s-:th rvtt. and Mrs. Doyle Her.cers:: and son. Charles. N Mr. and Mrs. A. R- Ol5en h?.S as their guests over the weetfv.5 Mrs. Tommy Weldon Morris. :,?;;» _. _.,_ ._ „ Cornelia Morris and. Miss Rr.:'i.Vh.-i,:iirrF. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Bol- Sevler, all o( Memphis- Mr i tr.a l^;r;r t-d Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bol- motoreri them r.crr.i- :ir_z-jr. dim. But it would be harder on the grownups than on the youngsters. After all it's the grownup COLDS J'. her specialist. Mrs. Vrska, •ffh? r^-c*r. T .!y underwent an opcin- li^r. »: Memphis Methodist Hospital i? i.T.prc"ved. W;s^ Jcx^:? Srite is spending severs.' divf •„-. E: Louis on business. !i: f.r.S ;.!rs. Robert Grimes left V."'i£A ^:: CoVombia. S. C.. to spend Read Courier News Want Ads. The best-known home remedy you can use to relieve distress of colds is to rub throat, chest, back with A/ICKS 1 W VAPORUll Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN I:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 P<« Lait Time Today Guilt of Janet Ames with Roullnd Russell anil Melvyn Douglas Contlnuom Showlnt Everydty Tuesday and Wednesday The Long Night >nd Selected Shorts -:-- Mrs. Olsen sous will _v cstcr d a y. M r . E -i M rs. Eugene Auten are Miss Betty Boyd has re:urr.rd ;b? r.s.-.'.-:= of a dauehter born last from Drew. Miss., where she •»•« n:i:h-. »: the Biytheville Hospital. \From Out-Of-Town I Dorothy Gordon, city Cross " .Cmmty iUpcrmtdiVdent"'of Bktlls: schools said dm Ins hli, taU, on Ihe \ 1!om to Ml '- ani1 Mi"s. EIIRCIIC -'"-'-it'Xof -i,|4)icai).(fu w ° «'«""i Au iucn tim^ called because of Ihe death grandfather. Miss Florence Moore and y.'j; Winnie Virgil Turner spent iht ivrckend in New-burn Tetin. Mrs. F. E. Black 'has returned rnu to know how to cini"n lyjne anci ho\j^ to luc \uth md "pet along with, people They will be 1 a success In life if wo- (tai-ir that all peonS are .their neighbors." j :Dr. L?l>. Massey o( Osceola warned his Ifslcners that' '.'We ns parents must think of our future sen- I eration. Our young girls are" the' future mothers of America. We, ; must give-our children true nn- 1 swers to their questions about sex-i In order to form a well 'rounded ' education. We must start, Ju (iu- home arid educate, ourselves .firs!, and then our children. Life is not/ dollars and cents and not niaterKii things. The Bible says. "Tliau shall not kill." V7c must .stop illegal : operations and prevent cancer ntirt ! other diseases by te.lll.ns'our child- ' ren the. .true facts of life. •"World Understanding Tod.xy" ' Out of town people he-re to at, tend the funeral nf E. J. Browne which was held yesterday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Browne of Kansas City. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mitchell Sr.. of Memphis. Mrs. R. C. Dent. Sr., Mrs. Charles R. Olds. Mrs. Gladys : U'hitworlh all of Houston, Texas, i Mr. nnd Mrs. R. C. Dent. Caruth- i t'liere""satu'rd'av Bill Cannon, dlv. • crsville, Mo., Mrs. Neal Geselle. of! Mr and Mrs J T Hipp Mrs. "W. C. Wallace. Sieele. Mo. I Jonesboro, and Miss Ruth Ami i Zcra ledbctter and Mr and Tr.e baby, who has a two-year-old suit?. Jsi-.e: Sue. has not yet. been rrAir.s-c. Mrs. Auten is the former Miii Jackie Smith. . ten cit\ n diu htei lust night. *' : B c ' u i '» Mr nnd Mrs J D D«- vn<1 Manila R. daughter this moni- Dismissed: WALLS HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. o. O. Hardav/iv 1 and sons. Oscar Jr.. Fred Whl'.tn-. and Hugh Ticker spent the week- j Arkansas-Mississippi 'football game. . , MIT. Alh-rt Smith, Luxora. Ktiward Hnrshniiin. Tomato. Mrs. Charles Pleemnn. Manila' Mrs. C. lj. Bourland and baby cily W. W. Watson, city. Mrs. J. M. Gcntrv nnd linhy citv ^IDMI'IIIS liAPTIST HOS'i'tTAl".' isml^^ed : Mike Jleid. Osccola. Mitchell of Memphis. Osccola Events should bp Uljiger (Jinn nny race or creed, nnd Ihe real basis for world ' underline . ; e Is in world brotherhood." The nrv. Mr. Kidd is pastor . of Hlytheville's nrst Prc.sby- ; ttrian ClHut-h- Mrs. Carroll W. W.-xtsoti of O5- •i ola presented poster booklets in 1 connection with her talk on "Pivr- | ent iitici family Life". ..-.-.- ^ | The devotional was presented, by - -- - -.- which he paid i 'he Rev. w. A. Harris, pastor of "Every intelligent person rea'.kcs .the host church, nnd Mrs. j. , W. the necessity of having world uu- ; Luplnw, prnsidcnt of Ihe Parkin derstanddj!-. We have learned that Parent Teacher Association, cave we can let other people nlone but i the wdcmnc address. Music dur- we ^-an't make them let us alone,' ins the day was furnished by the and our peace depends on our i jzirls Ktce club of the- Parkin school having world understanding with j Eighurn AVkr.nsas towns were other nations. Greeti is the larges',- represoniee. aiiiom; the appro\i- foctor. in wai. A man's religion mately loo present, at the mealing. K. L. Younif and children, and Carolyn spent yesterday In Dyersbunt, Term., as guests of Mr and Mrs. Roger Jlipp and family. TUESDAY They were accompanied home by Week of Prnyer for Home Mis- '• Mnxillc Hipp, who spent the wnek- slons at 9:30 a.m. al First Presby- Cnd as Bucst of F:rma Sue Hi "P- tcrian Church. ' : Mr. and Mrs. H. G. McHaflcv Rotary Club—12:10 Vm. at Ma- jf "• tnts morning for BrownsviUe, " sonic Hall. ' " ; Texas, where they will sp<-nd sev- j WEDNESDAY : !%rai weeks as guests of > r. Me- ( E. O Sisterhood H "f f(1 .v.'s uncle. Rube Adair. and family. ., the- topic, of £he Rev. Havvry ' 1. Kidd's talk In —i-i"i> '"> -~<-^ Frozen Action C* & Chnpter O. P. _ _. _ „ having Senior Tea at the home of Mrs. Godfrey White. 2 p.m. Two Table Club with Mrs. Ed Simmons at 2 p.m. Special services at First Prrsby- terian Church from •! to B p.m. THURSDAY Kiwanians at F.V-inentary Scliool - 7 p.m. Week of Prayer for Home Missions at First Presbyterian Church —0:30 a.m. FRIDAY Two Table Club with. Mrs. Joe. Roach Jr.. at 2 p.m. Halloween Carnival at 1 p.m. at the high school. ParaiiouJd v.s. Osceoln Seminoles al Pnragould at H p.m. Wrek of Prayer for Home Mis- simiv st First PiTsbvtcilan Church —3:30 Paramount News and Shorts t'onlinuous Shouln? 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30[ Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bareain Xisht Every Msht Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Ihe Rnxy Mr. and Mrs. Charles' E. Abbott are Ihe parents of a daughler born ; Friday night at Walls Hospital j Their first child hasM- .» nnmed [ Charlotte Louise. Mrs. .Tjbott is 1 the former Virginia Morr!.--/1 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Mahan of Grand Junclion. Colo., are parents of a son bom last night at St Marys hospital there. Their third son. the child has not yet been j named. Dr. Mahan, who is the son I of Mrs. T. J. Mahan of Blythe.vllle is a specialist in radiology at St', [ Mary's Hospital. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartwlg of I Memphis, were the weekend guests , of Mrs. Hartwiifs parents. Mr. and : Mrs. L. I. Rice and family. | Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Vrska arc in Memphis today where she will I.asl Time Today If I Had My Way Fox Newi and Selected Short RITZ THEATRE Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 28-29 Blythevillc, Ark. COME , GET M '• " - • 3 -»r What can your bullets do to • j«** '•,'••• a man whose ", • dreams are already dead? Tuesday anil Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE' by the «!,.itcr of Wirls Jiko a '' Arena in She Winciy iy c,iy -fa l» the backbone ' ( of our business. •fa Bring your preteriptions to the store you KNOW cmd TRUST DRUG CO. New Phone Numb«r 4451 205 West Main Street Mere Lwghs...More Stars...Than "Our Hearts Were Crime Doctor's Manhunt with Warnrr Baxter and Hllcn Itrf.w ROBERT and RAYMOND HAKIM present HENRY FONDA BARBARA BEL GEDDES VINCENT PRICE ANN DVORAK THE LONG NIGHT Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. GhostTown Renegades with Al SI. John Cont'd Shows^Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Cont. ' Showing Sunday I::i0-ll:00 Admission Artnlls 2Se, Tax Incl, AM ANATOLE LITVAK PRODUQION ky MIEIT MM IAYMOND HAKIM and ANATOU UTKAK • D«racr*d ky ADATOlt UTVAK w w«» mxitt M »j mMi vm

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