The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1947 · Page 4
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BLTTHBVILU8 CARK.) COURIER REWS 'Auxiliary Meeting Held.at .Turcjc Home Mrs.-"Ftnn'k''J. Turck and Mrs. John £• l^elds. were hostesses Tuesday night at the Tmck home to the . AuxiliaVy" of St. Stephen's Episcopal" Chinch The, r meeting was opened ullh group 'prayer. During tlie business Ee^sioiij-^'pla'ns- were completed for Junior High Honor Roll Is Announced Junior High School students who .ilaced on the honor roll for Ihe fhe-7u^S;W:^x,.l^;^rved'a[|^ sS of C ^ fiS scmcsUr''h^o J.st_ al&l* jreport sesston of the L7n a.mounced' by 31 official' Y Finance 'Campaign committee. A prtSeKabneiudedUhe' meeting, fo!lo*i,pe .whjplfjiirs. Turk and Mrs. Fields %»rve<J'refreshments. i Dr. H.-Ai-Zimmerman To S]),eak n 3[ 'Banquet Dr. H.- A. Zimmerman, missionary of the Mississippi County Baptist - Assrcia$on,',\vill be guest, speaker tomorrow night at the Father and 'Sin banquet- at First Baptht Churcii,. sfJdiisorect by the Brother- iKOd. ...;"• Dr. Zimmerman formerly was Soulherri- -Baptist Missionary to . Honor roll students of the seventh grade for the semester were Doris Bean, Bobby Orsburn, Clovis Lee Garnetl, Barbara Ann Johmon. Rosemary Monoghnii and Carole Noble. Eighth grade honor students ivcre Monn Joy dallies, Peggy Freeman, Ruth Hale, Edward. Pipkin. Dick Reid. Murray Smart. John Wilks am! Diana Zeller. Those rocolvlnji honorable mention were Mary Ann Robeson and June Wilson of the seventh grade and Monn Goodrich, Jim Deer, Sue Carol Orsburn and Melba 1'ryor. clghiti grade. Placing on the honor roll the Bridge Glub Guests Of Mi'sJRutherfoi-d Bits of News uuutliwi, UUJJllSL Missionary 10 " A " B"zil. Special music will be prci-1 third six weeks were lilllic Jo vided by in men's quartet. More Brown, sophln Bright., Doris Bean. , than. 125 boys and men are expect- Betsy Bell. Barbara Ann Johnsnn, ed to attend. . Rosemary Monoglian, enrole Noble, Bobby Orsburn and Mary Ann ncbeson of the seventh grurte nncl i Mona Joy Oaines. Charles Belk- nnp. Mona Gocdrich. I'egey Pice. man, Bonnie Goff, Ruth Hale, Edit s. Varnon Thomasson. Mrs. I ward Pipkin, Dick Reid, Murray W.i'ke.- B^ker and Mrs. Marvin Smart. John Wilks and Diana Nunn played bridge with members Zeller. eighth grade, of the Tqwn and Country Bridge j Nancy Bratcher. Lucretu Hunch Club yesterday afternoon when Mrs.' and Jim Deer, seventh grade, and Fred Rutherford entertained the J. B. Rlggs, Sue Carol Orsburn group at her home, 1416 East Main. | and Melba Pryor, eighth grad'v'j-c- Bouqtictd. of jonquils decorated celvcd honornblc mention the home/ When tfridgc was played, high score prjzi was awarded Mrs. J. C. Ellis and' second 'went lo Mrs Baker, , Refreshments were served during games.-, I • - * Osceola OfS Members To Aid 'in Installation ;F;b. 6.— Three mem- b°rs of -the Os:eola Chapter. Order bf the Eastern Star, have been cho- ken to participate in the installation of; grand' officers of liie grand Chppter of Arkansas at a meetiiiir to .be held in March in Little Rock. Mrs. Francis Began was select"d to serve as grand Chaplin; Mrs. Ruth RatLsdalc was chosen worthy matron of the initiatory' team to 'confer tin- degrees arid -Mrs. Vena Peaile Williams was named one of the ushers. -- Miss Miossey Announces Wedding Plans Today OSCEOCiA. Fib. 6.—Miss Char- Ic e Missty. daughter of Dr. and Harrises Have Son Mr. and Mrs.. Glenn Iliirr:? i;t St. Louis arc parents of a son born Jan. 23. He lias been named James Glenn. Mr. Harris, formerly of Blythevilie, is the son of Mrs A J. Pipkin, 111 Bast Ash. Mrs. Sartain Hostess • Mrs. Elliott Snrtain was hostess yesterday to fellow members of a bridge club with a dessert 'bridge. I" afternoon games, high score prize went to Mrs. Senrcy <Mcars nncl second to M:s. Clem'-Bowen Mrs. s. <L. Gladish played with lhc club. .Miss Johnson Accepts HS Library Position .'Miss Anna '/Marie Johnson' :o! Conwoy hcio acccplcci the position of librarian at Bljthevilie High •S.-hool. Siie ls,replnsin|j Mrs Saii- | lord Bcone. who resigned. r Miss Johnson received her degree - „„. „....„.„,.. „. „.. .„„., from University o! Arkansas, Fay- Mrs L. M. Massc.v of Osceola to-' etlcvlllo nnd now is working toward : day announced p if. ns f or her wed- ' ' ' dm? to .Winifred' Watson III,' of Psccola. -lac mr-rriage. will be solemnized at 5 o'clock in the afternoon Feb iO at.the First Presbyterian Church of Os'cedla,. with the Rev. I,. T. \.i\ rence, pastor, officiating. M'SS M?.3scy,s sister. Miss Ann ..i.'s-cy. will r je her maid of honor. Mary Almk White, daughter of Mr •»'d Mrs. ;p_ber Wliilc.'will be the flcver girl. .- .,., : ,, William; Watson will attend his n-other a!> -test' Yuan and N. B 'VilsV. -R b. Meors and Joo Shippcn-hoth-'of Osceola, will Mrs. Do'iiald Wertz, pianist, imn Miss Ditsy; Silliman, vocalist, will present a inrogram of nuptial music. <i ' • . 'A re:cp|ion will b2 held at home of Hhc bride's parents lowing the ceremony. her master's degree. She is doing 3radiiate work in Library Science. 'Miss Johnson received .several years exueiience in library work at tl:o University. Mrs. fiwcll Wallers and son, Horace Wayne, have returned humc alter spending a few days with her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. O. N. F.inosl of L'.IXOIT,. Mrs. R. H. Ijozkc has returned from Mcmp'ils, \\hcre she underwent, a major operation at the Baptist Ofospilal. Bonnie Jean L-vke. datiijhlci of Mr. and Mrs. f/j?kc, is now iX''Jupei'aUnq alter having been seriously ill of pneumonia and measles. * Mrs. Mike •Homuulask! underwent an operation ypslerday at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Her condition is .satisfactoiy. Condition ot M.uilyn sue Human, diiu|;htcr ol M:. mid Mrs. Paul n. Human. w!io hns been ill with measles, is Improved. Mrs. Maithn Gray, Hlythcville nurse, has returned to her home at 2034 ChbknsKwIjsi after sprmdhiK five .weeks on duty In Memphis and t'aducah, Ky. Mrs. H. Eric Hoke of Socniel, CUif., is the guest of her son, Wallace Hoke, and Mrs. Hoke. Miss Rflie Lee Terrell is recuper- atin;; In the Bupllst Hospital at Memphis after undergoing an operation Monday. Her condition is satisfactory. Coi Vition of Mary Lee Thro, daughter cf Mr. mid Mrs. Jack Thro, who has been 111 with measles, is improved. Mr. and M:s. o. G. Ilub'jard are in New Orleans for n week or ten days. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham Is spending a vacation in Trenton. Tcnn. Mr. and Miv=. J. G. Hob Barnes and cianduaugliter. Ltn.i'a Jaggcrs, left this mornitig on a ir.otor trip to l-'lorida. They plan to tnnr the East and West Co'ir.i and motor through Central Florida -before returning home the latter pail ol March or early April. They .will us the guest of Mr. Bunes' brother. J. L. names, in Miami. Mrs. K. c. Sevier, Mrs. C. W. Ramey. Mis. C. M. Gray and Mis. J. W. Shinn are at. home after a. brief visit in Memphis. They were accompanied tnrk to niythcvillc by Mi;;s Mae Dixon. who had been in Little So;k for several days. At The Hospitals Illytiieville IlnspTial Admitted: R A.. Friend, city. Dismissed: 'Mrs. 'Burly Anderson, city. •Mrs. Bud Wmtham, Manila. Palsy Caluwcll, clly. I. M. May. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: F.-ank silt ton, Osceola. Mrs. Charles Pollarci. cooler, Mo. Tod Atkinson. Manila. Memphis Baptist Itepilal Admltled: C. U Wood. Luxova, ! Baptist Meeting To Be Tomorrow At Luxora Church Al! Mississippi County Baptist Churches will be represented to- nioirow at a meeting of the Mississippi County Baptist Workers' Association at Luxora 'Baptist Chinch. The morning session will begin at 10 o'clock. Dr. H. A. Zimmerman, newly elected Mississippi County Association missionary, will be among the guest speakers. He is former Southern Baptist Missionary to Hrasill. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. George L. Berger of Berkeley, Calif., are parents i>f a daughter Sjorn Jan. 31 at Alia Bates Hospital In 'Berkeley. Mr';, liergcr is the former Miss Margaret Johns of lilytheviltc. daughter 5f Mr. and Mrs. George Johns. Meetings Chickasawba Lodge, 134. F and AM. call meeting tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the hall, All members and visiting brothers invited' to attend; Max Parks, worshipful mas- tcr. Osceola News Mrs Jess Glascoe and daughter, Tillic. have returned' home after (.pending three weeks in Chicago with relatives. Gerald Barnes, slnder.t at the University of Arkansas, is spending a week with Mrs. Barnes and their son. Gcry. Mrs. Barnes, the former Miss Virginia Lee Best, is spending the winter In Osceola with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Best, awaiting Mr. Bai lies' graduation in June. They will make their home in Camden. where Mr. Barnes will be in business. Mrs. Thomas P. Florida has returned home after spending a week in New Orleans. Mrs. Katalia King Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Feb. G—(Ul'J—(USDA)' — Livestock: Hogs: (j.SOO. salable S.OOO; fairly active. Weights 170 ibs rip and sows strong lo 25c higher lhan Wednesday's average. Lighter weights steady ( o $1 up, mostly 50c to si higher. Bulk good and choice 170 to 250 Ibs 25.50 to 25.15; top 25.75 mostly for weights under 225 Ibs; 130 to 150 Ibs 22.50 to 2450' mostly 23,11]). Cattle '-o,8dO, salable 3.000; calvcS 1,1100, all salable; market fairly active on steers with some sales fully steady on lop medium to average Bond kinds at 21.50 to 23. Supply I fairly liberal wilh about 35 loads. | Cther classes active and steady. i Good heifers and mixed yearlings around 19.50 to 21.50; medium to low good 15 to 19; approximately 30 per cent of run.'made up of cows; good cows around 14 to 14.50. the fol- Group Will Attend Christian Youth Meet ? A group of 'voting people of the First', Christian Church will .leave tomorrow afternoon to at- '' a District Christian' Youth lo.vship. convention at the First f Christian Church of Jonc.sboro. The Blythevillc group will hav» charge or the Consecration Service. They wilt return Saturday morning. - To Apnoint Oregon Man WASHINGTON. Feb. G. (UH>The While House announced today that President Truman will . nominate Joseph K. Carson, former I Democralic mayor of Portland. Ore., to mcn-ibjrshlp on the United I tales Muilimc Commission. , Coming Events FRIDAY Chapter N. p. B. o. Sisterhood, iceting at the home of Mrs. Lloyd liekmon. 915 west Walnut 2 clock. CISC Club meeting with Mrs. 'aul Byrum. Dorcns Sunday School Clas s of irst Baptist Church meeting at he church, 12 neon, for Quarterly unchcon. Fidclls Sunday School Claw of "irst Baptist Church mectina n itli .Irs Roy H ead a t |, cr h o,ne on hglnvay 51 South. Alpha Delta Chapter of Be'a Sig! ;' Phi nii.eting at the chibroom. 2:JO o clock. Ann Weedman Named Or. TSCW Honor Roll .it.i Aiiii Weedman. daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1 Weedman. placed on 11,4 honor roll for the semester atVrexas State College for Women, penton, where she is freshman., Miss Weedman was an o'lt- itandir.B ' student at Bl.vthcvill. winh S=hool, from where she graduated last, sprini;. SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This 91d Treatment Often Brings Happy Relief Many eafrerera rcliere natnrine^^^VB^T. " . ney arcNalure'a chief way C out of Sic Read Courier News Want Ads. SPECIAL free Manicure with each Permanent Hair Set or Facial from Feb. 3rd through Feb. 10th Waves §10 — 515 — S 5, s &; Permanent Macliinclesi Permanent House of Shaw Facials Call 3302 for Appointments. ARTIES BEAUTY SHOP 313 N. 2nd .Valentine's Day isn't too l':ir distant In pick up that phono and call ;?1«S aiul imlor those flowers yon iiave in mind. Ho it now and save yourself from the doghouse later. Perhaps she'd like roses or carnation* U> recall some cherished memory of hypone days. Flowers itve your way of expressing yonr fondrst lliou^hts ... .so hurry, call us now and we'll remember Valentine's Day for you! FLOWERS Ucrnicr Allen, Graduate Designer 412 CHICKASAWBA PHONE 3188 Defense Heard In Libel Case Crittenden Judge Denies Favoritism In Road Program JONESHORO, Ark., Feb. G — «JI>>—A $10,000 libel suit, filed by Crltlenden County Judge Cy Hand against, the publishers of Hie West Memphis News, Is expected lo so to lhc jury late this nftcrnoon. Yesterday the Jury heard witnesses charge Hint Judge Bond used his official position to benefit himself. Bond is suing p.im E. an,! John L., coughlln, publishers of the We.sl Memphis News, for alleged libel in Items they printed ditrliiK a heated political campaign last mil. The I newspapermen contend that! charges they printed are true. Opening the (isfensc Into yesterday. Dr. Herbert s. Walson. Earlc physician, loslified thnt the- road from Earle to Twist passing near j his land had not been worked In i six years. lie also snld that roads ' In the Marl in Swamp area, where Judge Bond owns considerable land,' arc "very good." j He siiid that Judge Bonds kept' roads near Ills own farm liimis and "those of the members of his pu- lllical organization In "apple pie order." .Earlier in the afternoon Jiitlge Bond closed his case by takine; '!,•• stniid as a witness. Ho denied charges Dial he was "the leader or (he remnants or the jjanif" that figured In a civil liberties trial in federal court In Jonesboro in 1312 and a lso denied that there Is a political machine in Criitcnden County. Vrtic county judge also defended his road program, saying Hint work was clone in areas where traffic Is heaviest and needs greatest. He denied that lie had sho'.vn parllnilty to areas surrounding his own property but admitted that lie had used county road machines to build roads and dlj; drainage ditches On his land at Oilmore. He said some of the roads were built at, rounly expense, and others had been paid for "out cf mv own pocket." Army Questions Black Dahlia Slayer Suspect FOKT UIX, N. J., Kelj. 0. lUP) —A 29-year-old military policeman, wearing blood-stained trousers mirl carrying a newspaper clipping am. 1 picture of 22-year-old EHzi&Bth Hhoit, v.'iis held today as a susp:cl in the Blaj-k Dahlia torture murder. Agents of the army's criminal Investigation department said the suspect, cpl. Joseph ;>umais, c-f Clareinont, N. u., the father of two children. admittetV !:e Jiad a date with Miss Short the night ol .Jan. 9, six days before her mutilated QDdy was found in a vacant lot in Los Angeles. Dumiiis was held in the psychia- tnatic ward at the Fort, .01:.; Hospital where CIU agents said they wound continue questioning him until tliey wure satisfied with his story. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 19-17 Trade Program Tampering To Bring Fight Read Courier News Want Ads. a msasuous m'siHKe If Congress ifjandons or restricts the reciprocal trade program. He .sounded hi.s warning as a , group of House Republicans revolted against party leaders in the ; Senate and moved ahead with i pltitis lo investigate the adminis- j U'alion's tariff policies. Johnson, former head of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce and JiliKscll' a Republican, left no doubt that lie opposed GOP proposals in : the House to suspend the reciprocal i m-cl'i! program for a year. He said haltlii); or restricting Imports would ; certainly have the same effect on , our extorts, thus doing great harm ; to American industiy. The English crown Jewels have 1 an estimated value of $15,030,000. When Coughs Due To Colds Try This Famous Canadian Cough Remedy for fail Effective Action , SpenJ 4i cfnn lojjv II an/ Jrue Kore tor • boillr ol BUCKLEY'S CANAD1OL MIX' TURE — uipl* *,-li»s — <o rrlievt foiii;hi»B Uil. Tikr ' lti*i>f>on(til mcj lio]J it oit Eli* lonxilf A .noui«n(, (lull it.-jllow floKly «nd f«el in poiictf-ji. puiicnil a«joti jprfjd through llifoac, hrad aitj bronchial lulir*. i HUCKLEY'S M1XTUHU '<cu prouip.li. lo hflp loostn up llutk, nickv phlegm — »ool)r« anil #aie \\-\rd Are You Tormented 55y'PERIODIC of Memphis accompanied her to Florida. Before returning home they went to the azaHa gai'denr hi Natchez, Miss., and Ms'Jile. Ala fMr. and Mrs. Arthur Brickcy .Sr. pjnt several da.vs in Memphis bis week. Men, Women Over 40 Don't Be Weak, Old cell Peppy, Years Younger _ l«fOX - l'nil& l V!iiili.| 1 BloV<'i4i""m ) v"';'<iun-' ^. f«/".V. •«>•»<o,Ll.-,in vim™,, 111. ,,,l c ,,,,n iiiL* a\ all ding stores every v, ticrc. With Ets Nervous Cranky, Weak Feelings? 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Your seli-clion prove lhc simru-si disinucc helwcrn two hearts because you picked it out with HKU in mind! Norris Valentine Candies 1.75 Ib. ATTRACTIVE CARDS AT POPULAR PRICES lOc ca. and up cauf\i\K iprj, Moll ill Ca.nda Inoi., BUCKI-HY'S— IMl uho Jiv* up Noflh vhtit a fouth lilixtur* .* hu EI>I lo ilo • real jol>, l.cp BUCKtlJY'S (K lundy. So icy il ill* v«ry nc^l tinif • fold " roull. m • "racku, E , MiiHiorn coiigl.— lin<< oul lot youriell how f.oad and «llfcuv( il if lor ronsli. due lo roldi. Ci.i IIUCKl.LY'S CANADIOL MIM'UKl! — nud> in lh< U.S. A. — TODAY — .1 all drug ilotta. WOOD'S DKUfJ S'J'OltK CITV IMIJO CO KIItHV !!!i«S. HItLKi CO. Complete Beauty Service from head to foot! The Itcvlou l.Inc including the ne\v "CKSITAI.VIA" KlilV —AUnilUA UtlVAI.— COUNTOUKK'— DKItJlKTICS Suave for men :intl women THE BEAUTY BAR GMCNrOK HOTEL I'liune S2U2 Aduif ond Children's GOOD SELECTION The Tot Shop 05 So. Second i'liime 2308 Continuous Shows Kvcry Day liox Office Opens 1 :<I5 Show Starts 2:0(1 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. n : .|5 p . m . i :30 ,, Truirs. & Friday Cl&UOETVE J3HM COI.SKK1 • WAV in MERVVN LlSOY'S pioiuclioo tfORi- p.oin.^t, lESSt I USK» I'iir.iiiK.iiiii News iinil Sliorls Bos Office Opens 6:45 Onens Sniitliiy 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shews Sal. and Sun. Barfc'ain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at Hie Koxy. Thursday and Friday STORE 221 W. Main Phone 507 MUSJCAL STORY SPECTACULAR o, ASTHESE STARS! I* JEITOW I ° Directed by IRVING CUMM1NGS Produced by GEORGE JESSEL A 2Oi*i CeaVr.Fox Pidur* Selected Short Subjects AT r- - -T '^ffV'f^^- •••- n~r^~

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