The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 10, 1947
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(AltK ., COUKIBB HEWS »y Teen-age Dancing Party Given' at Wotaan's Club w . Bo*:by Dean, stucUent at Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tekiu, t who is ^pending a vacation here with his paMpts, Mr and Mrs T P. De^n. sna Oscar Elliott, were > hosts ,\\Ath the largesU teen-age affair ,of^t>e season Saturday night when i »J»eyj ~ entertained' with a ' dancm]? "party at the l Won'an's, _ Club T$ie party !Kas sponsored by Bits of News Jack Snliba, who qxmt the weekend, with his mother, Mia. jack Saliba, has reiuiT.ol lo Boon- student, Mrs Dimon MtLeod,"member of j vJij c ~ MoTwiicro'Tic The gfr- gatits included Jan e Mr '.. !Uld Ml '*- w ' "• Cf:lwfol!l nlui Adams. Arm White and Billy Ship- ra " lily ' . pen, alsoE.a student of Columbia 1 Mr > alld Mrs - Herman Hoff have Military-*"Academy, Martha Breth- ns Uiclr 1 guests this weA Mr. nnd worth »U of Osceola, and Jack Ss- Mrs. James Sluart nnd wi>, liba, student a'tKemper MlUtarj.Michael, ol. Memphis. Mrs. Sluart Academy",^B/x>ny:lle Is a sister of Mrs. Hoff. RefresniiienU of punch with par- Mr. and Mrs. Robert VnnHouSer ty foods .were-served by Mrs Me- and family and Miss Jean Camp- L?od, Mrs Bufor<J Young and Mrs I bell spent yesterday-In Memphis Dr-nn nhnfi-'rnnw! .'«•. U, or,H Mr. and Mrs Q 3 rj 0 \vtty W01C the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. purdy of Newport, Friday night they attended a* ba'.i- quet nnd dance at the Country Club there. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson and daughter., Judith, of osceoln, spent _ Dcau Chapcrones Were Mr and flTrs Matt S=niggs, Mr and Mrs OHube^i potter, and Mr Dean ••>' . • Mis. Wren Hostess To Jolly Eight Club Mrs. Grover Wren was hostess Thursday afternoon to the Jolly Eight Club at her home on Highway 18 High score, prize went to Mrs. R , , , yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor had as their guests the past week Mr. and Mrs. Edward Druimvrlght tind 111541 ovyvc, ^ii*c weiii- uj mrs. rx. <" : ^ iui.i. r,uwiiixi uruinwr] A Copelaria, second to Mrs NeUlle son, Billy, of Ripley, Tcnn. "Rlnkomnrr* nnH rrMllnV 1^ \gi-~ XTn» i\ticc TTHn^ 12nr.>.» ~r c.t. Blakcm'ore.arid ropko to Mrs, old Helsori. The hostess served refreshments. • * • Baptist, Pastor to Speak At Senior High PTA Meet The «cv. E. C Bfown. pastor of lBr ">' ce Layson, sludent at Unlver- First Baptist Church, will speak on slt >" of Arkansas, Fayetteville, spent ''The-Home, the Church' and the tne wcc ««ul here with, his mother, ''The-Home, the Church' and the School' at a Senior High School Parent-Teacher.' tomorrow afternoon at., the school. The program will Include songs by the High.School Glee Club under direction of Mrs.Ayilson Henry. Linda Lucille Adams Observes Birthday Linda 1 'Lucille Adams, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wagner Adams. .cpU"arated her fourth birthday Kriday at the Wagner home, 350 Kentucky st When games and contests were Played, Joe Vaughn Stewart and Sandra Yates won prizes. Favors : were presented to each guest. Ice tream and cake were served the 12 guests aruj four mothers PoyjCis Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. 'William Q. Boyd of Phoenix, Ariz, formerly of Bly- thevjlle, are parents of a daughter fborn jcsterday morning in Phoenix: She has not been named. Mrs. Boyd is the former Miss Gloria Martin,' daughter of Mrs. Sterling Price Martin. Baotist TU Sponsors Bible Emohasis Week A ; Bible Emphasis Week, sponsored by the Training Union, be- rtns- tonight, 7 o'clock, at First Baptist Church here. Bo~pks pertaining to Ihe Bible will be offered in classes each night. The Adult Department will study the 'book "Our Doctrines", taught b" Ipe Hev. E. C. Brown, paslor of First Baptist Church; the Young People will study, "The Books of the Bible", laught by the Rev. Har- o'd Tlllman, pastor of First Baptist Church of Conway; Intermediates v-ill" study "Growing in Bible •Jnojrtedse", taueht by the Rev. D. B Bledsoe arm the junior Department's book will be "This is My Bible".; taught by Miss Elvira Sellers. Classes will be divided into periods, with the last period to be concluded at 8:15 o'clock. The nursery «ill be open each night. Miss BqJfeu Hostess Wifh Bridge Party OSCEOLA, Ark., March Ifc-MlM Miss Edna Hoger s of Sleele, Mo., spent tlie weekend as guest of Miss Wlllagcne Daws. Pliillip SiEk, formerly of Blytheville, vlsiled friend's here yesterday •n route from £t. Louis to Memphis, where he !s taking a photography course. (Bryce Layson. sludent at Unlver- Mrs. H.. E. Lnyson. . Corp. Walter L. Bush, stationed At The Hospitals DlyUii'vllle Hospital Admitted: Leonard Campbell, city. Don Arbin, clly. Floyd Green, Huffinsi'!. Oscnr Wllkvrson, Hayil. John Mfix Chism, Ifayll. Janus Hamillon, oity. Mrs. G. A. Green, c\'.y. J. li. neaixl, I^aeliville. Mrs. James Smith, LtMichv'l)r>. Born to Mr, niul. Mrs. A. E. Stewnrl, clly. a (laughter, Sunday. Born to Mr. and • Mrs. L, S. Miirr. a son. Sunday. Dismissed: • Kemietli Carey, Manila. Edwin Wallace, Osceo':i. Lorraine Hen ton, city. Mrs. Nathaniel Jshrn 1 :! ar.d baby, o.sceola. Walls' Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Charles Clark, Manila. Palsy Kut'i Archer, Hollend. Mrs. n. A. Davis, Dell. Mrs, Blllie May Ifoskiiis, elty. Mrs. John Hatton, Steelo, Mo ' Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, - clly. Bilile Jo- Harris, Holland Mo Mrs, Russell Wort, city. Mrs. Norman Shield?, city. Jerry Wayne Glover, Manila. Mrs. Harry Webber, clly. Baptist Hospital, Memjihis Dismissed: W. G. Middlelon, BlyUicville. B, J. Oliver, Lepnnto. Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. Dale Brigg s enlcrlainln Ti-iTTo\('n Bridge Club. . Miss Palricla - Wise hostess La Nucve Club. Club Eight meeting with Otto scrape. Senior 'High School Teacher Assoc-ialion mrjelmg at the High Scliool, 3 o'clock, preceed"d by Executive Board meeting. Chnrlcvolx chapler of We the Women BV RUTH M1LLETT NBA Staff Writer fti* any woman i, 0 iv n young innn can have his eyes opened u) to w lmt a e irl is really like in- f.tead of being ( a kcn in by what mny per hap.5 be only skillful Play - act ing. Silo will probably say something like this: "Why, by seeing her often In her owiu home surrounded'' by members of her family." A sensible answer, too. Kalh ni[|| e |t But few young men • bother* lo'fig- ure Ihls out lor themselves, especially in these days when young couples arc often already headed for the altar before they even bother to meet each other's family Girls arc naturally good at playacting, nt seeming to be whatever they want to appear, and young men tire often ready and willing to be fooled. Bill around her own family and In her own home a girl has to be herself, in that background she's no glamor girl, but a human being. And It is fnirly easy to see wheth- ci- she is a nice one who gets along well with her family, is thoughtful, Airport News Mr. weatherman patted the t;r- plane enthusiast on trc shoulder yesterday urm sn:o "^uddy, this is your day." And activities nl [lie Municipal Airport proved Hint was enough encouragement. More Ihan 3d planes \veiv flying at the field yeslerdny with several blythcvllle people lakin-> trips out cf lown and visitors from rut of town vlslllng relatives and filcnds. The latter Included Mr. and Mm. Bert Lynch of St. Louis, who spent the day wiin his parents, Mr. I'.n'd Mrs. 13. A. Lynch. L. S. Hart/og took a Irlji lo Chicago on buslntss nod Mr. ;»».' Mrs. Hnrold Sudbury f!';v to Cincinnati. Mrs. Boa Moors went to Balcsvllle to he with a sister who is 111. B. O. Grant had u little trouble when he ran oil; ol gas, but proved his skill \vhtn he made a forced landing with no injury to pilot or plane. An exhibition of a new plane was given at planter r. Field i:i hangar four. The Southwest i;at<: lo the field will be open daily beginning this vcek, Ernest Haisell, [|rj<l rnan- il>er. said. The gat? will be elosed at n/ght. to Mrs. Emma Moore and Mrs. Clyde Buchanan visited Thursday In Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Sam Cable, whs has been III in Phoenix, Ariz.,'the past Iwo weeks. Is greatly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Urickey Sr., are spending a week in New Orleans, La. j.helpful and kindi oV h^cHs' ~Z ^fo^Z^^"'^ l ° ^m^-ce^™'* ™* .. V «''<*,-" .«—" Carlwright FIND OUT 15EFOUK MARRIAGE More and more w e read \>uj-^. wuitcr LI. uusn, stationed "••'"".vi^.v L/nnpLtr 01 uiuign- here with the recruiting cfflce, is rs °' " lc American Revolution spending 10 days temporary duly. Mr. and Mrs. \V. S. Langdon had as their weekend guesls their grandson, Bill Bartholomew,, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brown, all ol Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Welch Poster and Mrs. Almn smith were in Hoi Springs yesterday for lh c races. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cherry were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. s. Weettman and family of chaffee, Mo., this weekend. / Miss Margaret Stewart of Porl Smith is the guest of her parents. Ill Memphis' on me oU"g with Mrs. Cleo Langstoii and Mrs. Cecil Wrolen. the Rev. wart, and Mrs. Allen D. Ste, Marcia Lou McGregor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor. spent the weekend In Dyess as guest of her uncle and aunt, the Rev. and Mrs. Hal Gallop. (Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Sirond and a!rs. S. Slroud, all of Mount Vernon, 111., were here Saturday for the wedding of Miss Virginia Martin lo Leonard Thomas Oldham. Mr. and Mrs? John Corlcso nf Memphis were guesls yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Belote. " --i. ....— ,-u; .....K .divorce I stories in the papers .in which" nf- I lei- several years of marriage a Mrs. husband claims his wife won't make •PO ,,F n hom e f °r him, neglects their' ehlV i-areiu- C | rcll| is hitei-ested in nothing but clothes and a food time. If he took the trouble, a 'young man coultl tell BEFORE marriage whether Or not a girl was grownup, enough lo lake on the responsibilities or marriage. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Charles Rose hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. R. C. Rose entertaining Town and. Country-'Bridge Club. Sudlniry Pnrenl-Tcaclicr Arsoci- n'lon mccling at jhc school, 3 o'clock, proceeded by an Executive Bonru committee meeting. THURSDAY Mrs. A. A. Hardy hostess lo CBC Club at the home of Mrs. Leon Schercr. . ' Mrs. p. D. Poster entertaining Thursday Contract club. • Jolly Eight, club meeting with Mrs. J. p. Huey. Fld-elis .Sunday School Class of Plrsl Baptjst; Church meeting at the home of Mrs. G. V. Daws 7 o'clock, for covered dish supper Faber White Appointed To State Hospital Board Faber A. while of Osceola, man- fiRcr Of Mississippi .comity..Hardware and Implement company, has been appointed to the Stale Board or Controls of live .Stale Hospital bv Ciov. Ben Laney. Mr. While, prominent in business circles in Osceola. W H' 'succeed "W. . H. Donhnm of ijitt'n nock, * CaruthersYtlle News Warns Public To Speed . Work On Tax. Forms!.: ;;; : j Wilh only five''-more days' ro- i nminiiig in which to Hie income lax , returns. Ebb Carson. Collector of • Internal Revenue lierc. today Mrs. Max Dlckson and James, accompanied by Bill Clenclon, have been the guests of her daughter, Mvs. Wade scolt, and son. Mrs. T. Q. Gordon, w ho had been a patient for some time in St. Francis Hospital in Cape Olrar- ctenu, has been removed to his home. Her condition is Improved. ' Mi-, and Mrs. Phillip ifamra have returned home from Hot Springs, where they had spent the past . three weeks. is Ihe former Miss L l! *, frs ', Clarn ° rimm of Massillon. I | Ohio, is spending the Winter with her sister, 'Mrs. Mattie Nation. Mrs. Vashit Wahl, who has been undergoing treatment at St. Mary's Hospital in 31. Louts, returned j vised taxpayers lo speed their work son, | on the various tax forms to avoir! Me- I the last-minute rush that is an annual aiffair March 15. While there has been no particu- Local Woman Joins Husband in Okinawa Mrs. John w. swing-' of Blythc- I ville has arrived in Okinawa to join her husband. First Lieutenant Ewlng, who Is with the 22nd Bomb Group there. Mrs. Ewing Gloria Powell of Biythiviiie". Engagement Announced Sutton of steelo. Mo., to James Gaithcr of Poplar Bluff, Mo Miss Sutton has been commer- J teacher in steeie Hl»h s~hool d Mr. Galthcr formerly was the veteran's agriculliire leaclicr there.' Osceo/c PTA To Meet meeting of Osccola Parenl- AaoLlatlon will be held ay alternoon at the High aldUorl -*-n- The ii has enrolled for the next quarter term at Arkansas State Colege, Jonesboro. Fred Harrison of Union, Mo., has accepted Ihe position of assistant to J. J. Richardson, supervisor of the Farmers Home Association. NEW TYPEWRITERS We nre now inking orders for Royal Typewriters for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. NORRIS Printing—Office Supplies 122 North Second TOO FAT? On-CESMW DAYS' of Month! Get SLIMMER this vitamin candy way llavcn more slender, nfaccful (ig- NodrURB. With Hie simpTc AYDS Vitamin Camly KcclviciiiK Plan you don't cut out any meals, starches, potatoes. mKUsor gutter, you siaiplx cut Idem down, li's easier wncti you enjoy dclicioira (vitamin lartVla!) AYDS randy before incalu Alwolulciy lia " at her home on Lee St. Spring flow- . era. were used In the entertaining rooms.- : In the, bridge games Mrs Dane Fergus was. awarded high score pn?i, Mrs. John Allan, second and Mrs B Sn B. Butler, low. M*s. Milton Jones of Hampton, \a.,; was presented a gift by the hostess. A; salad course was served. ly r>t AVDS cnly K-Z5. If n -WONKY UACK on ...» II,, !7G Jvirby nrug Slot Osceola News rg have returned from two months' visil in Miami Beach, Fla. Mrs. Brlva Martin and Mrs. Hal Mcllnney of Kennelt, Mp are gucsis of Mrs. Lon Williams. S!ie accompanied them to Memphis Friday. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell. Mrs. W E Hunt and Mrs. w. W. Prewltt Sr., attended special Lenlen services at the Calvary Episcopal Church in Memphis Friday. Mrs. J. L. Ward entertained, u two-table bridge- club Friday aftei-- noon. Mrs. Jolin Allan. Mrs. Milton Jones and Mrs. Dane Fergus were In Memphis Friday. S, Q. Lockhart' returned Thursday night from Greenville, Miss vherc he wns called because of th- ^rillcal illness of his niece. D. Fred Taylor Sr., who has h»r. n Wile ill at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis, has been removed to his home and is gvcatly improved. Mrs. Joe Applebaum and daughter, Pearle Ann, are confined" lo their home with Influenza. lar "rush" lo file returns as yet, Mr Carson expected such a rush ilv IfSt'of tills week. The Int.wn Revenue office in the Lynch Building will be open all day Saturc'.iy Cflira wu/_ ' IT'S MORE 1MPOBIANI THAN IVER TO MAKE THIM LAST »Y PROPER BLEACHING Dwi't bleach the HARSH WAY with unconlroKeti bleaches An uncontiollcJ bleach, that varies in strcngd; from one bottle to the next, may cause you to ovtrbltttth your cottons antl linens. This oxidizes fabric ditcaiis. Thcy weaken «nd soon fray out, as shown above. Bleach tht GENTLE WAT •ritli ControUed-fleOoii Purax! Every bottle of Pm«Ius the same strength, s.irnc correct bleaching action. Used as directed, Pure* mnr ovctblcjcJies. It provides Cc '.(rolled Action because it's purified ami st.ibilucd by die Intrjfil Process, ixtlasitt with Pure*. White and color-fast cottons and linens come out fresh, st.iin-frec and snowy. And Purcx is so easy to use! harder on things tlnn washing. At your {.rear's. THE CON1ROUED.ACIION BIEACH 6ENTLI TO LIHINS THE FUREX "IfAUIY MTH trn way t6 titan aril tlhirjtil hilch. tn and bathroom. Parijitf link and drain . . . rtmcttt stains and snrtb MONDAY, MARCH ,10, 1947 Stee/e News Mrs. Katie Bixlcr of Lilbouro, Mo., spent a few days last week us guest of her son, Virgil 'Blxler. H. A. Waller, who has been undergoing treatment at Kennedy General Hospital for the past t'.vo weeks, has been removed to his home. Dr, and Mrs. P. P. McCutcheu have returned home after spending a month's vacation in Florida. 3. T. Prince of Dsxtcr is spending the week visiting relatives In Steel e. Norman Woody has gone to Indianapolis, Im!.. to spend a few days with his sister, Mrs. Roy Smith, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Strait of Hutsville spent last week in the home of Mr, and Mi's. S. H. Sharp. Cecil Woody, who recently fell and sprained his ankle, is able to be up. Tenn., Is'spending'the Spring holidays with his "parents;.or: and Mrs. N. 8.' Ellis of Wilson. " " Read Courier News Want Ads. Wilson News John School Ellis, student at Baylor for Boys at Chattanooga, IF BACK ACHES' DUE TO KIDNEYS Flush Then put This Doctor's Way • If excesi acidity of your urine mukn your back Eche so you groan ... so you let up 3 or 4 times a night to pass water, now be of iood cheer. Tliree generations ngo a famous doctor noticed that hundreds of his patients hod thij backache. He developed a medicine made of exactly the right amount of 16 herbs, roots, vegetables, balsams—truly Nature's own way to relief. Now millions have- used it. The medicine a Dr. Kilmer'. Swamp-Root. In- •tantly you take it. it starts lo work flushing out those excess acids that may bt causing your backache ; . . increasing the flow of urine to help ease that burning sensation when you pass water , . . and bladder irritation that.makes you get up nishtr Caution: take as directed. You'll •ay it's really marvelous. FCT free trial supply, send to Dept. W, Kilmer Si Co., Inc.. Box 1255, Stamford, Conn. Or—get full-sized bottle of Swamp- Root today at your drugstore. Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 , THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2308 Revival There will be Evangelistic Services at the Full Gospel Tabernacle beginning March llth, at 7:30 p.m., continuing through the 22. The services will be conducted by Rev. Thompson, of Little Rock THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND D. R. Harmon Pastor 'Sale! Thousands ASSORTED WAVKS C^EISO CHICKS 5r, W»6uaran>e* Heavy Br«*d] ATLAS ra« noMri SHIPMENT ELIVERY OUARANTEtO - 1000. $58. 50 W , f. ay p e , CHICK CO. U»h, M.. HEADACHY? STUFFY--NOSED? EXHAUSTED FROM COUGHING DUE TO A 666 SNAPS' -,(N*K? ACTION!/! [STARTS ReueviNG [6COLDMlSERIES-n . STANDBY OF MILKON5 ' THROU6KOUT45 YEARS — i FAMOUS PRESCRIfriONTYPE Itant-aeliua CCC !•> Cuntlon. ' 'J'ukf only iw ijiix-ctod. COLD PREPARATIONS Tablels or Liquid Continuous Shows Every Day Hox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:0!) ,i, LISTEN TO KLCN )* 8:00 a.m. ' 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today White Tie and with Ditirnurytiii anil Ella Kaines Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday Tuesday Wednesday Sure, and it will be a fine St. Patrick's Gay if you remember all your friends with gay Hallmark Cartfs that bubble with Irish chter! DHEIFUS •llliAVCST MA1\ ST. Hallmark Cards for every occasion Head-Lines Go Up! Head-lines are going- tip for Easter glamoni- this year. Soft, swirling curls piled high on your head.. .tailored for afternoon.. ..wonderfully, sophisticated ior evening! 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