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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 10, 1947
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PAGE TWd BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 10-17 Youth Problems Studied By Sudbury PTA Group parents ihust .assume their responsibility toward, rearing tlieli 1 .children if the youth problem' is' to' to solved,' members ol the Slid-; bury Ifavelit Teacher Association' were told Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. Harvey T. Kldd. pastor or First, Presbyterian Church. |Spcaking on the tlieme "Yout^i- 'In. nn Unsettled World," he prefaced Ills talk with an vxplaim- ! tlon of how such problems, which ! follow war, Include moral let down, housing and increasing divorces. Lake St. Church Plans Installation Service Officers of of ''Christian Methodist church, be installed the Woman's Society Service, Lake Street It is the duty of the home to' establish discipline, ho told the .mothers' rtud teachers, In pointing out that this fiiclor Is the foundation for character. •Declaring that parent education was needed, he pointed out that men ond women should be prepared for parenthood by reading or by attendiiiR classes which would provide nblHty and Information for parents. It Is the prime duty of^ft mother to make n proper Komc" for he: 1 children, he said befme dlscusslna his final p^ase. Tills was tlial parents mast set the pattern for their sons and daughters because children sire, In almost every case. like their mother and father, he pointed out. . ". •Mrs. L. 8. Hartzog. program chairmen', presented the numbers ' whlc'i- -included musical selections by. vjuoiis of' Mrs. Joss Corner. Tl'"se 3»Hbury students were: Sue Owen. "Eiima Dale Swenrengf rv. 'pfft! Dpn'n Wright. Site. Harmon. 'Mel^Ja PAp>>er, Donald Brown, Maurice VM-b, who jil<x''od the ' piano, and Marcla I/.:e Webb, who sane, accomunnied by Mrs: ITornfrr. ilrs Ocil Wroten read the mcs- naee of Ihe national president, and I players after (he "iiesl speaker was introduced V£ B -™ £uT'« atten- drinco. Miss 'Mary 'Hiiblnr's rooni won honors for Ihe downstairs unit and Miss Florence Moore for for 1947 will spec"ml service Sunday morning. 11 o'clock, to replace ilic usual church seivlce ul Uj;>t, hour. Plans for the service were an- I uoiinicd in a meeting "f the group : MSnday afternoon. ! Clliti were presented Mrs. \V. H. , MRVO and Mrs. C ,T, Shainlln lor ' lierfecl alleiidftiici 1 lit these meet! lues. M:c. II. T[, Ulcvin wits in clmr4t> of the devotional p:>riod and Mrs. Georne Slllwcll. prcslitt-nt, intro- du:cd Ilic officers to IK- Inslallcd. Dr. Alfred Vipc Plahs Speech For AAUW Meet Dr. 'Alfred Vise will speak on "The' Jew in the Postwar World" at, the mcetlni; ol the American Association of University Women fr,v--fhv nfiorpnnn at Hie home of Miss Monta llUBhes. The t/u'cst speaker, rabbi ol Teni•;le Tsri'el, formerly w».s ra'jbl of a "j^Trch in Germany. A » • Bunco Club Has Party Mr.s. i . R. C,:iV Dlnyed bunco wtt|i members o' the Tuesdnv Avalon Bunco Club this week when the iToiip w."s entertained by Mrs. Wtl- Inril Peyton. fn Hie panics, Mrs. R. A. Shnin- lln won hlRh. Mrs. Ocorg* 1'nvall Wfl" low. niiii Mrs. W. II. Chandler received the bunco prize. K A 'oii'i-'trh plate rofre.siied the Ihi! Annies, Chick Cheer Leaders Receive Honor Awards lilythevillp HiKli School has honored its cheer leaders by awardiui', letters to them In a sjircial pro- 1:111111. Juan Cninpbi-I] and nulli Keay. seniors, each rereived two lionm 1 awards of a letter v.-itli a star at the base ol a "11". lor having served as co-loaders of the pe]> i.(tuad. Juniors receiving two letters each were PcRgy Unrkcr and I.eta Hose Casllio, Cheer leaders ol the past year, already (iraduated but who will receive letters, were J. E. Harrlwjn, | Martha 'Ann Hunch, l.nuuha llarne::. Marcella Hui»[>h'.-i'y anil Wilma f.'tone. . cheer leaders sc've two years before receiving letlers and after that time, receive a letter each year. At The Hospitals A Nominpllng Ortmnlttee was nn"inrt pf Mrs Do>\ Ini'?.. Mrs Cetll Wroteri, Mrs. E, P. Pry nnd Mjffi. Geo^e Ferguson. 3-}-* r.r,),»T">i fiv.ot|.>t. followed an executive board meeting. Mrs. Isaacs' Club Guest timbers of the Midweek BrldRn Cliib and n guest, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Had lunch and played bridge yesterday nt the home of Mrs. C/A. Cunningham. A Springtime atmosphere, had befcn achieved In the luncheon la- Daughter 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. ,1. Koohler of Dell have relumed from Llttlo Rock where they went for llirf- ncu- daughter, whom they expe"ct to iidopt. The eieht-monlh-old baby tins been named nuby Pny for -lier new mother, the former MLss Ruby Phillips of Dell. Correct/on The Business Wqmen's Circle ol First EUHIst Church has announced, through Its sponsor. IT 1 Pdnn Nie.s. Ihnl an error was '.n'idci in rcnonliiK to Ihe courier Mows thr- Rubioct or a nroyrnm presented Tnesdns' nlulil by Ihe «roui>. — - I It wns sal'! lodny Ihnl. Ihe siin- unj. adorned with purple violets' Heel v u« "Different Religions ol nnd miniature candles on mirrore.d the World." hjscs for an effective centwplece, j Inlilnl of one of (he. spoaUers i\l- «^h Ilower place cards. i so was Ineovrectlv Riven with Mrs. tlie card_ parties. Mrs. Isaacs ;'\V. E 1 . Wade, 222 East Davis, a SS^s&r 3 - w - u homcr -;^c cl ' i]!,. |(«s|>lt:i| Admitted: William Ilulchl.son. city. Lima Jean Well!;, city. Mr.s. W. W. rowers, Manila. Linda Lxm Wall, Manila. Mrs. A. M. Baxter, city. Born to Mr. antl Mrs. ISon l} h, city, a son today. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. R. nulc 1 , I.uxcra. a ron yp.siorday. Di.smlssod: John Winters, i city. Mnrisnix't Curds. DHL nonslnr Plnlliniir,, city. .1. S. Ashley, city. Walls HKpllal DlslniF.scd: Mrs. Alma l?a.v, Qsccola. ntfoert McOhcc. Tit. I, city. Mrs. J. J1. Aiiflorson. city. Mrs. Pcvhnni Hatnlt'tt and b.ihy, Cnrulhcrsyillc, Mo. vobi-tt I,. Smith, city. Mrs. E. 15. Hiulghis and baby. Luxora. Mrs. Fnvhi MlLchull. city. Mi-s. M. Cohoon tind baby, Ilol- ".nnd. Mo. Memphis Mcihmllsl UosTiltal Mr.s. .1. IX Hanley. Carutl" rs- vllle. Mo. Clcor(f" V/. Uou-jlns. Osorola. Ann Arm.strmii!. jDrlvor. ! Another Year Of Hope Begins For Crippled Girl Chi islnu'.. k i is [;ono ami another yc:u p ljrj;un v.'itli Us liopi's for, those v.htj yi'iirji I'.n licnilth utjuj l!:«^;':iiC'y;. ]l'j:ini<' Jcat\ Mit:i-y, ttic • !C-yt'ai-olil iiii| v. IKI was given' si.'\er:i] I'JII. 1 ; <i! n:oney and ot^ej' nttii-le-; durliiK Ihf )ioiid:iys. wants' tin- doui>j;i to Lin/. 1 ,' .-:h<- aiiiJri'CiutC 1 :; them. She Is eiij'>)'ing I hi- raincoat, licr NiunoiT One wish lor Christmas, and mile-:' j[ill; r ,, and Die money (imtsI'aulL'd i.s UoinK kept liy Mrs. Damon Mt;L-?oii. to hf distlemid to i lie. criinh-d j:ii'l m needed. Mr:;. Mri.c<nl and ntlicr :«luH friend:; intercste<l in tin:; wnrlh- \vljih 1 i:a. r ;t.' ait- honni;- that somc- l^iiif^ can bt 1 done to place 13onnie Jran under the r:u\> ol a .specialist, especially inli.'re.'ilci, ;n Her specific trouble and so the monev is (X()ei:li'd tn lie used toward that Moai. She needs LI maltresii. nnd springs an<l Hie nmnt'y jnay have lo 1^0 for thai. Ti>o?i> v.'ho cunlribiiled Ihe $1(1 SO up to nljmll Dec. 21 x-ere unnotine- i:d and in addition there was $15 more in easli K^T" [or n lolal of J31SC ill cash. These include $f) Irotii Mr. and Mrs. 'I'. }•'. Hcan, $5 from Mr. nnd Mrs. n. 1'. Wurdp, £2 from .Webb Cafe, nnd $1 each from Mary .'•>"i's. Landys Rowleit and Oscar LTiiotl .lr. Among: the nifts also was n MiH'cUtl Oirlstniiis biiskcl of fruits and olher delfc-lons foods incsenU'd j by tin 1 tVilv:i:y najttisl Chu:ch. tcr Mrs. Ward reached there last night. Mrs, L. L, Ward and «>n, I.loyd. yesterday motored her to Memphis where she took a plane. Lieut. Cotndr. Van Hayes, who recently arrived home from Japan where long stationed with the Navy, is vIsllinK relatives In Luxora and UiyOicvlllc. Mr. iinU Mrs. Warier Adams were today called to Brownsville, Term., because 01 the deacn ol Mrs. Adams' aunt, Miss lilliu Mc- Iiuiu-rr, wlio died siiddcn'.;' last I niliht at her home. A frequent vi; 1 ' lor here, she had a. number of f! lends In lllythcvllle. Mrs. Redman Speaks To Luxora PTA Members IJJOfiA, Ark.. Jan. 10.—Mrs. C. O. lledman of HlylhevlUc, Mlssls- sip|j| County represenUllve of the Tulif-rculosls Association talked 1» the niembeis of the Luxora Parent Teachers AESOc-latlon at' its mtetiJH: Wedjie.sday aflei'noon. Mr.s. Ki-drnan showed a movie on u "Keiillh Olinlir and Its nencfils." Alter shov.'ini; the Jilin, she lall:- i d on what [he 'Iliberciilusis Association wns doint; for Mississippi inly nnd how the receipts from tin: .sale of tin; Tuberculosis Seals i 1 used. Bits of News Mrs. Charles Lansston and son. CUnrlcs 7tl, and Mrs. .Jesse M. While and dnnulitcr, Murtlia Ann. will i<o to Mcinnhls tomorrow to see Ihe movie "Snow White." Mrs. Lloyd L. Ward Jr., was called 10 Lexington. Va.. because of Hie I'ltllcal Illness of her sister. Mrs. Charles showalter of Lexington, who riled of pneumonia shortly af The Beauty Bar "your lirunly Is our duly" llrli'ii Curtis Cold Waves O;:ilvli' Sisters llalr prcparullon Kotos Imperial SZO.OO /uni Nail l>i:ll.s)i lilciu-ne Holol Piiin Movies Of Miss McCall, Being Shown In Germany ' News of lilytheville goes aiWInd tlic world ut times and the city's latest "ambassador" reached Germany recently In the form of motion pictures of Miss IRebccca McCall, "Miss America Number Two." Sergl. Billy Crowder wrote his mother that lie saw BlytlicvUlc's national contest winner on the screen at a muvie. "All my buddies agreed 'Miss A,Kansas' was much prettier than •Miss California' and did they envy lue when * told them she was a (jli'l from my i.wne town and that I knew her", he wio'o his mother, Mrs. Elmn Crowder. There's Hrauty for Yuu at THK HRAUTY CUNIC 1st Nal'l. Hank Illdj. 1'lione 3'!71 FROM ME TO YOU hy HARilY FH1T/IUS ON THIS AND THAT WORMY: i sec by the ;jfip.vs that medics meeting in Hoston invi decided that Ihe human race is Mien up by worms, Our arandpaven'.-; knew about worms too. but iVni.v\e been out of style '.except with country doctors' for « luni; time jiw. "The March of Time." sime it's Inception us the leading movie N'?v,s He-view, hits impressed me :is riii? of Hie mnsl majestic titles ever coined. Had J bien asked where this im- i.-Tssivi' title hud oiliiin-.Ucd, i Mlp- PUSC I'lill I WOUld have mics.-.:"! thai the originators -.0 the feature luid Blytheville's Baby Headquarters! KIDNEYS GETTING YOU UP NIGHTS? * If you &et up nights—have fr«qutnt dc- alrc to pass your water—hut have only »cnnty pnssages—y«a, and hayti backache due tn excess Qc'uHty iu the urine, be glnd you're reading this: ' Thrt* generations ago Dr. Kilmer, • runioui doctor, found hundred a of lii* pntienta with thi* trouble. PuiustakiiiRly. he mode n medicine of 16 herbs, roots, VCRC tableu, balsams—Nature's own way to relief. He called it "Swamp Root" ond millions of grateful mtn and women have taken it—often with amazing results. Swamp-Root toes right to work to flush out kidneys...increases the flow of urine, helping torelieve excess acidity ...3d the irritated bladder gets u good flushing out, too. Many report getting a good inftht'fi sleep after the first few doses. Caution : take as directed. For free trial supply, send to Dept. S, Kilmer & Co., Inc., BOT 1255, Stamford, Conn. Or—get full-aized bottle of Swamp* Root today at your drugstore. My customers tell me a n Instead of N. Tasty Fresh! LAKE FRESH CHAPPIE from the pan to your palate! U-M-M GOOD DIXIELAND this weekend for a special treat . . . You'll go home satisfied that you've tasted the best yet! J - Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo. This label is on "Today's Best Tire" The new B.F.Goodrich Silvertown that OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES Everyone is interested in saving money these days. The best way to do it is to rely on known values. In tires, that's easy. First, choose a name like B.F. Goodrich which io. its 75 years has become identified with the title. 'First in Rubber.' Second, get prooi of f-v/r* quality. Third, be sure you get safety. , Check with us jirsl for the tire that OUTWEARS PREWAR TIR1-S. Terms It You Desire 16 10 4W II Fiji In FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY PORTABLE WASHING MACHINES B E* 1 Z 3 ^ ^p* |% *Av \ J a »p« rat -ECTRG-MI TE Just Received Limited Stock 6LAN HEATH Auto & HOME SUPPLY I'honc S28 -121 West Main Sltciil HARRY FRITZI.US SATURDAY SPECIALS Ol tours/; you've lieat'd about our tinpi'cccdenlsdii AT COST BUY SALE THERE ARE ONLY TWO MORE DAYS OF OPPORTUNITY (Anything in (lie .slttrc selliiijr for more than 50c can )jo inirolniKetl at :ilisolu(c tost during: these lust \v<> days.) Hero are a tew wimple items showing their regular ittail |>rice and the price at which you may-buy thuci Saturday (tomorrow) and Monday: Regular I'rlire Men's Winter Union Suits $2.31 Child's Legging Suit 8.00 Little Girls All Wool Sweater i.98 Little Girls All Wool Skirt 2.10 Baby Sleeping Set 3.80 Men's Best White "T" Shirts 1.25 Men's Best Sweat Shirts 1.89 Ladies' Wool Slacks 6.88 Boby Blankets (Esmond) 2.50 Ladies' Snuggies .88 Ladies' Bloomers 1.06 Boy's Suit (2 PC.) 4.33 Men's Dress Gloves 2.25 All Wool Afghan 10.00 5'. Wool Blanket 3.95 Fieldcrest Mar-Ray Blanket 6.40 Fieldcrest 50'' Wool Blanket 8.75 Fieldcrest 25'. Wool, 25'' Rayon Blanket 7.95 Fieldcrest 100'. Wool Frost- king Blanket 12.95 Esmond 100'' Wool Paradise 19.95 Chicken Feather Pillows 1.95 Milky-Way Bed Spread 9.45 Fieldcrest Bedspread 5.98 Jacquard Bedspread 7.50 Boys Wool Mackinaw 11.75 50'- Wool Dress Sox .79 Davis Cushion Sole Sox, 3 pr. 1.50 Boys Sport Dress Sox .59 Men's Sport Sox .69 Khaki Pants (best grade) 3.96 Khaki Shirts (best grade) 3.16 Men's Moleskin Pants 4.50 5 Bros. Flannel Shirt 2.95 5 Bros. Flannel Shirt 3.75 Boy's Tommy-Tuff Over-all Officers Chino Twill 2.95 Hnnes Knit Shorts (Jackey) .82 Hanes White Pique Shorts 1.50 Men's Blue Herringbone Shirts Ajax 3.16 Men's All Wool Oxford Gray Sweaters Men's Wool Sweaters Thcvo giro a very, very few of find -Saturday Mild Morulnv in Sale 1'rlce $1.78 6.38 2.79 1.46 2.55 .89 1.25 4.99 1.71 .64 .75 3.39 1.66 6.95 2.95 4.71 6.36 5.97 9.50 13.95 1.39 7.56 4.77 5.95 8.85 .58 1.00 .39 .49 2.98 2.55 3.38 1.95 2.95 1.95 .59 1.01 2.55 5.50 3.95 3.98 2.95 the bargains yo'i'U our sfore. After th;vl of course- Ihe retni)nr«$tipWicc will apply. PRICES ARE G< Bi;UP—NOT DOWN FRI»ZIUS 'Vour Dealer" featuri' also framed tlir- m o d e r n is i i c .sounding lit!o. ,1 n s t a few nlKhls ago Willie iTiultny in iii'd i:i habit .since 1 was a tx>yi my Viojk liapiiencd to he Rudyard KipUn!;'.s 'Cuplnm Courageous." which h.ts bi-L'U a lavcji-llo of mince since I can remember roadinn at all. Inintiloe my sinprise when romlnc, acro-.'i :i \vhlt:h I had not noikv.l parlicnlarly before: 'Old Di.sko':; b..y Han was lelliny Harvey. the'-r:'Sf:ued rich boy. about a newly moduli schoonei' v. r hicl; appealed greatly to him.i Dan then r.v.ule '.he I'emai'k that though his dad, (Old Disko) was very wise in ; ways, he did not take easily :..) new fancied iileas. Kaid Dan: "He tlon't (JO with THE MARCH O' THE TIMES." 'Truly. IS then- anyilu'ii new undrr Ihe ;;nn?j Keccnt. remarks by Genera! ivl Arthur: CummenLing upon !;t,r;k<"-5> in Jupan similar lo those in the U. S. thii CSencral sialcd that they were {really hindering his work i:i .Ju- pan. Uemarkin*? that Octuber itkf'ti l>y i.!u' most widc-.iov strike activity since the surrender, ho HUHes, "The Communist Fnrly vofjiferously .sttp^xnlod the strikes uiKi admitted existence of POLITICAL MOTIVKS." Genem) Ma«:Arthur state:; furllicr that oonservnlivo political tender:; flinr^ed tliat Ihe strikes WtM'c "fostered by the NATIONAL C. I. O. UNIONS, nnd were left winy political maneuvris, INTENDBU TO EMBARRASS TIII2 YOSniDA C'.OVKRNMKNT." l-lc Lhpii remarked that •'Kven S-^ Demoeruls denounced the strikes :is Ooinniunis,tic insti^iited and n ilai.- ^er lo Japan's future." (The pal tern in Japan sterns lo have a familiar j-ing.i The C. I. O. in America by (lie way seems suddenly Lo be EiivnviHtf winus. Since tlie victory of the ll<c- pnblicans and President Truman's stiffening attitude towards Labor Unions and Coinmunists— they have decided that they just ran'l .stand Ccmmio'-- in luel won't even osso- ciale with them. (Did you ever see :\ chtuiH'lion change it's color?'» Continuous Shows Kvcry Day liox OiTi'-e Opens I :•!"> Show Slaiis 2:00 I.1STKX TO Kl.try 8:00 a.m. i:!:lf. |i.m. .):3li j: MI. [,as( Time Today Three Little Girls in Blue with June Haver and Vivian tllali. Faramount News A: ShuHs Continuous Showing 1'. very day Saturday TRY THIS: Tn lv>riiaml. O^ William Manon. whose nci^ would not keop his monn-^tv yelpinK day locked uu at nlKh'-. finally \von his neighbor over bv crawlinii around on all fours oui.side the neighbor's house, barkir.^ with nil his might, dt may have Irjcn easier on his Unties to have hon?hL The mosf poculinr looking v.-tird I've ever seen in print, in the English lantjuaye. - - "i.ijit". (A eol- loquiJilism for "idiot"i. Does it Icok funny lo you? Perhaps I'm JLH' un 1JJK-, but in pvint- it looks innrc llks something Junior "wrotR" on Hie wall than Kniilish. .Spenkiiii; of English: A lady from New York came into the store the olher day and asked if lliere. were no "higglers" in Blythevllle. T w:is about, to sny that T hoped not, whrn slif KA\t\ that "back home" it wasn't jitTessflry to go to the Kfoci'^s lor fresh vegetables, and fisli for they were "higgled" rifchl lo her door eveiy clay. Well It was a new 0!u» on me; the only "higgle" I could remember was 'TTiggledy, pi&llc'.tv. my uld hen, she lays eggs fov the railroad men - - etc. Anyhow 1 tried in act as though I V:iif\v exactly what she was talking ab nil. but as soon as she had gone I in a bee 1 -line for Mr. WebMer sure onontili there it was as p as clny: "Htg'gle (hig'g'li. v. 1. carry provisions about for sai': chaffer. Higgler, oiie who higgl iNcnv I'm wondering what lt> " for" mvansi. Oh. Higgle! Whin's the use? ParamoiTnt News ALsn Shorts ContM Shows .Mm. !:!"> 11:(K) l»«x OfTloc Opens «:-(s Siilunlav. M Opens Kuiuluy 1:00; Starts l:l?\ ' Continuous Shons Sal. nnd Sun. ICar^tnn Xiglil Kvery Night Kxcppl No passes Jtonorctl on Sunday at the ttnxy. Last Time WILSON with A!o\:irder Ktin\ anil Charles Colmrn Kplcctcd Short Snhjccti Oantlnrtolis Showing Everyday Saturday On West Main Across From Rkc-Stix Factory And hero's the •tin-lnnnlo:;!' th'.iiB ! rvor .saw in n "Ptinny" Uooki iOf conrM? it was Sonny's funny -l)j"k nnd I \vns only '^lancing* throm'.h In. Anyhow here it is. from "Al! American Cointc.s": "Eor;i> sllcnco. liko :i slqh. rioiuh- ing IhroMBh Ihp shroud of ;i .'.iii- nrr." (B-r-r-r. boy. what, n Kfin? (if humor Ihe ciiy who wrole Hint In n t-omlc had!) Ood nnd Mammoni The Nor'.h- wesetern Life Insurance Company I toiulcd the religious bequests nnd contributions to all chmvhc.s in the U. S.. for the year 1D45. For tile first tlni7 they excelled the jne billion dollar mark. Tola! $1.035.(WO.(K)0. That made me feel pretty sooil. iklnda smug like, you know) vuuil f read the next paragraph:! During Ihe same year—1915--U. S. .spent for alcoholic drinks, $7.80D,- 000.000; for tobacco. $3.000.000,01)0. 'Now I don't led so smug. Oo yon?) (NOTE: If you have enjoyed the r.bovt "On This and Thai" and luvc a few moments to spare, drop me n card or lelter saying .so. I am anxious to know just what you like most In "From Me to You." Thanks a lot). Serial: "Scarlet Horseman" No. nnd Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12:30 -11:36 . Sunday and Monday A uNiv[Rs»i nciusr FOT Nem and SelecliMi Shorl Contlnnous Show Sun.

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