The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 26, 1946
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13LYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS We Brjggs" Enlerlam With Xmas Eve Party The 22. guests, who gathered at the,Date S ,Briggs hom<i ChristmM Eve« lor a ;«Lvper party, enjoyed eggnog and a? Christmas menu serySd In rfpms 'decorated with a red and green color theme. Cherry laurel, holly and Nandina> berries were effectively used for decorations with the radio top having a spjjlal' arrangement The suppei lable, »lth its cut work cloth,' had a centerpiece of red'and'fthite gladioli, In u silver bowl, flanked with green tapers In silver holders •A ; side Ubie was colorful, with Its grpen linen cloth and red berries surrounding the eggnog bowl. Installation Planned For O'E.S, and Masons The outstanding affair of the >ear for the Masonic lodge 'audits auxiliary the Older, of the Eastern St&r, will be the Joint Installation and banouet to be held tomorrow night at the Hall Mrs. Charles Alfoid Is chaiimah of the affair, to begin at 7 o'clock <- * • * • Daughter Born to Tales Mr. and Mrs J T Tate of Dell are parents of a daughter born Dec 18 at St Bernard Hospital in Jonesboro Their first child, the baby has been• .named F^eeda'Diane Mrs 'Tate is tne lormer MIV, Ella. Mae Henna' of Jonesboro » • * Webb Daughter Named The dailghtei, 5 bom Satuulny afternoon al Bl/lhmllc Hospital to Mr and Mrs H. Clyde Webb has been named Pauiqla Anne' Their "f Irst ' clill I,' Mrs Webb ;S tho former Mi's Lucilb pondrrn daughter of MI Mrs H j Fondren. the Prize Pin-Up Bits of'News ) Mr. and Mrs Robert Joutz of Memphis were guests yesterday ol his parents, Mi and Mr? J M Jonlz, and brothei Bill Jontz, home for the-, hoi I das s from ,pur- due .Unlverrity,' 'LWayAte,- Ihd , where'he Is a member uf. the lac- ulty • ( Mr'and"'Mrs William'J McKav of Washington, D C. are spending the holidays with his patents, Mr and Mrs J A McKay Miss Jessie Glenn Tanlln, stu- denP-Tat-Pennsylvanfa State college "for .Women, Pittsburgh is spending, the holl&ivs with* hei Parents, Mr and Mrs, Luclen Tomlin, ol Burdette Mr. and Mrs. RussBll Hodge aiid ron, Jerry, of Memphis, will arrive for a brief visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs 1 A McKay and family. Misses Frances m,l Pntr'cla Danehower or Osc"ila wens guests last night and today of Mameen Norns, having com? up o^p-(.tally for the dance last night given by Fashions -fc ftuintl-Moose >nd black wo«l sWrt. sW*n-abov'e as pictured ;hi the November issue of (lood msgaunc mike ' 4 warm, attractive onlftt When your HtHeone cold- . . . do what tnost I mothers do tb rellevs miseries of chHdrtnV colds: StmpJy rrf) wwmlng, sooth- J°V.Vicka VapoRub on Uwfet; chest and back at •eotane. Results are so good < f -bringing . . . and keeps on lor hours during the night vihOf the child *ttff*. Often, by morning misery of Uw odd b H John Ed Regenold at ilotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Ode]] Sanders of Greenwood, Miss, are eiuvls of Mrs, Sanders' mother, Mrs, M. O. Usrey and family, tor sevnrrtl dn.vs. Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Lynch. Jr., returned today to S... Louis after spending Cln-istmiiii with his parents, -Mr, and MM. n. A. Lynch. Mi-, and Mrs. Hoy, Harpet- 01 Caruthefsvllle, Mo., wore guests yesterday of Her mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Alb<>i-t Enrteriln si>ent yesterday, and tAduy In Memphis, as guests of roUtivcs. Mr. and Mrs,, c. IjOUls Wilson and daughter. Miss Ann Lou Wilson, of Memphis are -ipendinF! the week here with relatives. Mrs. Carl Bean and r.imlly hnvc as. their guests for lire holiday season.. Mrs. .Bean's brother, E. K, Phillips, Mrs. Phillips,' -'a.ifl 'fam>Ty of Salem, ill. ' Mr. and Mrs. Norris E. Blnsdell nnd Mrs. J. c. Combs of Mcmprils left Tuesday for a trip ! 0 Havana. Cuba: Mrs. Blosdell, llu tomcr Mrs. Beatrice Jackson of Blvthc- ville, visited here recently prior to her departure. Mrs. Anna Duvall and Mrs. Gertrude Womack of. Equality, ill., are the holiday guests of their sister, Mrs. Alice Womnck ai.ti their nieces, Mrs. R* c. Alien nml I Mrs. Jesse M. White and lairiilles. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Mudin- ger Jr., and son, Nesl, are spni«- ing the Christmas holidays in Morganfield, ky., with relatives. Mrs. Emma Noleii and Miss Ellse Moore will ' have as their ouesls | tomorrow their cousins Mrs. Peyton Skipwith. Mrs. A. L. Tatc, Miss Carrie Cooko and Miss Flora Cooke, all of Memphis. M". and Mrs. O. .V. Daws and family have as their guests, Mrs. Daws' mother, Mrs. A. ,JJ. \Vltt: Mr. Daws' brother. Winston Daws, »nd children, Jeral and Kathy of Halls. Tehn., 'who arrived today Luxora Society—Personal ] Mrs. A. B. Hczclle and Mrs. Elmer Hail entertained with a bridge party Pfldny night in the home of Mrs.: H»li. Quests from Osceolii were Mrs. K. J. Glllcspie, Mrs. Roy CoX, Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. Louis George and Mrs. Ed Simmons. At the end of the games Mrs. T D. Wilkins held high score, Mrs. H. J. Olllespie, second, Mrs. Maxlne McHane v third, and Mrs. Edward Tcnford held traveling prize. Service men at home lo spend Christmas Holidays are Cpl. poison ''9f' m ? s , C*mp stone, Cnl,,.with his parents, Mr. and MrS. M. Grimes; Seaman Second Class Roy Owen, U. S. s. Columbus, Long Beach, Cal., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Hoy Owen, s. James Lloyd Edwards. Naval Receiving station Seattle, Wash., with his parents, Mr. At The Hospital. Hlytheville Hospital Admitted: ; Marilyn Harris, Manila. Hnrolit James Harris, Manila. Hugh T. Spraybnrry, city. Charles Edward Hoover, city, Born to Mr. ami Mrs. .Jackton Fair, city, a dauglne • llilfi ivorn- IllK. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Zollu Hiiljljiird, ArmorH. Mrs. Lllllun Warrlngton, RO. 1, city. Kdna Bass, Armorcl. J. W. Hudson. Manila. ; Tranklln Smith. Manila. Mis. Edward Becker, Dell. Mrs. liaymond Smith, Manila. Tho Rev. T. M. Lewis, city. Mrs. T. M. Lnwis, city. Mrs. C. II, Lrais, Stcele, Mo.' Mrs. w. C. collum, city. Horn to Mr. nn ( | Mrs. Odis Chan- ncll, Holland, Mo., a daughter last night. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Ball, clly, a son this morning. Mrs. w. S. Barnes, city. Mrs. Marlon polls, Kelscr. Mrs. Vita Lucius, city. Oclc: Smith, city. Mrs. Jerry Grlggs, city, Mrs. Glover nnrbcr, city. Mrs. Jnmes Lan'gston, Osccola-. Mrs. Marion Putts, Kelscr. Mrs. A. J. Lovcwell, Holland, Mo. nobby Joe Tcnguc, city. Memphis MclliiMlUl Hospital Admitted; Mrs. v. O. Garrctt, Hayti. Mo. Memphis Baptist Hnspltal Admitted; Oscar Wiseman, Wll.wn. Pink .Professors Under Scrutiny of House Committee WASHINGTON, Dec. 2fi.— (UP) —Rep. John E. nankin, D., Miss., ioday called on veteran and civic organizations lo help the House Un- American Activities committee In Its investigation of "pink professors" in American colleges. Investigation of subversive In-' fuences in colleges and universities will lie one of the first orders of business for the committee when the new session opens In January'.' Rnnkln. n prominent mcfliber, said the committee will ask the aid of veteran and patriotic organizations "to drive irom our educational Institutions those pink professors who nn> now being subsidized jrom questionable sources" • Same or these Individuals have questionable -loyalties,'". Rankiri sale! nnd receive purt of their income from "so-called lounelAtlons" which "spread subversive propaganda among the students of the nation." Members of the Un-American . , Ins mother, Mrs. Rnbye Mar- shall not be undenViined " Plans tor 108th Birthday CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Dec 26 —(UP)--Uncle" Tom King, Negro, already is planning today for his 108th birthday. ! Born in 1 8 39 of slave parents In Tampa, j-, n t nnd a sl(u . o hilmc|f jor m years, King celebrated tiis 07th birthday yesterday. Read Courier News \vnnt Arts. tin. driver T>f. Law ton, Okln., vlsllcrt witli Mr. Driver's imronis, Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Driver, Sr.. Saturday before goliss t'j Atlanta Ga to spend Christmas with Mrs Driver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Moore. They will return to Luxoru for a longer visit before going to Alaska where Ciipt. Driver Is being Mr. a,,d Mrs. H. C. Davidson and daughters', Miss Bobby Jean and Miss Alice Ann, of Greenwood Miss,, are visiting Mrs. Davidson's mother. Mrs. nob Gillespic, They motored on to Cap:: airardciui, Mo., Sunday for a visit with Mr Davidson's relatives until Thursday when they will return to Luxora Mrs. Allle Spaim nnd grandson. Marvin Spami Wilson. left Monday for a visit with Mrs. Spann's daughter, Mrs. B. L. Cox, and Mr Cox in Claiksdalc, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Byron O. Wilkins and children, B. O. and Miss Ann Claire, en route to Jonesboro to spend Christmas with Mr. Wilkin's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Wilkins stopped over Sunday for a v'isit with their Luxora friends. They were guests while here in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Driver and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford Miss Ethel White, a student at Harclln College. Scarcv, arrived ••<.- me determined that the merlcan government and the h ° mc Thursday to spemf ]ic7~holl- dny vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs. D. H. white '' ' dn & . ll5 rfo ETOly " Hi " " vrivecl Snlur- !uid l)f M W ' Ul ll0 ' 1KlrcnlSi l ! le Rcv - -.hHr , i ' ' 11 jiildrcn. Junior and Miss Martha «ol visited Mr. and Mrs. Orcn •Jenkins in Bassett. Miss Donna Wimdcrllcli of Bly- thcvllle visited her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Maude Cooke. Sun- Mr, nnd Mls ncrlt Crawfoi-dsvilic nrc rh^M?^ 1 i nrc " ls - Mr - " M «Charlie Corkran. Mrs. R, T. Btillcw left Monday to M?"V ««k with her daughter. .^Memphis. LnkS ' nnti Mr - L ^ h^"' - J i,, Wl Broncl1 of A[|ki »s ^ T n w r" 8 " Cr tta "B>"". Mrs. I. D. Wiikins. and Mr. Wilkins THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret n*«n BmJtb, Owner »«t Natl Bank Bids. Fhoae R7I GIVE US THIS DAT . . . OUR DAILY ' ™ A thousand, thousand miles brcud -seekers roam For bread are weddings m»de and sermons said; —By Arthur Guiterman daughter, Mrs. McKlnley Nix, was In charge of the plans for Hie jvcnl. Tlic Bennetts iiave two other jhmircn, Mis;; Nell Bennett, ana Gordon Bennett who aiv employed in Memphis. Out of town guests Included Mrs. Viola Hale and .u son, carl, or Hlylhevillc. Wilson News John Eilis has arrived home from' Da) lor School for Boys, Chattanoo-1 ga, Tenn., to spend the holidays with his parents. Dr. and Mrs, N.l n. Ellis. Surprised Having birthdays on in:: -.amc day and having been innniH on their birthdays 47 year., nso, Mr. and Mrs. James Bennett of cu- rutln-rsvlllu were Biven ii surprise dinner party Dec, 15 in their home. While the couple were attending jhinch, tiic guests feathered in , Dennett home and covered-dish dlnnc'j'. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 19-JG Winners Announced in Contest Stressing "Kindness to Pets" Young Des Arc Hunter Dies of Bullet Wound DES ARC, Ark., Dec. 20— (UP) — Funeral services will be held at Hlscoe this afternoon for Norman Hughes. 14-ycar-nld son of Mr. an* Mrs, R. C. Hughes, of near here, who died nt a Little Rock hospital yesterday following a hunting accident. The lad was shot with a .22-cnllbcr bullet while he and two other youths were hunting Tuesday. He is survived by his parents, a si.sler and two brothers. American way of life shall not be destroyed," he said, Kankin aaid the committee also plans to investigate the motion picture industry, radio nnd ''other methods of communication" next year. PERMANENT* Oil of Tullpwood $fl.M Marcellini Creme jg.50 U, Ilelene Cnrtis Cold Wave; Hermetic Cosmetic* The Beauty Bar t'hone 3202 Glencoo Hotel A dog, a cat, or any pet ticcoines an easy subject for a boy or ylii to write about when the 'composition Is one about "Kindness to Animals." The contestants were ninth grade English pupils in the Blythcul e High School and the top honor went to IClwyim Caldwell who h.'s I ceivcd $10 for Ills winning osj in the 1946 Contest sponsored by donor wiio prefers to remain unon mous, The winner is shown In the accompanying photograph. He, jiosul with n pel iron-owed after he had nrrlvod at the Courier News siudli Second place winner in ilia isi-lit contest was Nancy Damon. The contest was<l on a llnve-.,rLi basis, and the sponsors, in addition to awarding the cash pn/ii have placed books in the Hlyihr*- ville Library dealing with pets and "kindness to animals" material, 'fhe Idea for the gift was born m [he of a pet of their own In an accident. Elwynn's composition was concerned with tile value of a dog which rnndn the animal "man':; friend." lie cited as example the seeing eye dor; and the farmer's shepherd dog upon whom man depends so much. "Butch ,lr." was the name of ihe story told by Nancy about a ti<>!; she had when she was six. A radio script wns composed by Ramona Nccdham centered around the story "Trial in Tom Belcher's Store." A rable was told by Harry Prii- zius Jr. with drawing to lllustrnio. Teachers in charge of the ^oniesis were Mrs. Wilson Henry, Miss Almeda Berry and Miss Betty 3oyd. Judges for the contest were Mis. Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs. L. E. Old Jr. and Miss Opal Woodcock. Among the bonks placed in the public library by' the sponsor arc Thoroughbreds," a book on noises by Aiidcr.'/jii; "Under the Sky's Blue Tent," poems about animals, and "Poetry Plea for Animals." Blyfheville's Baby Headquarters! 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