The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1947 · Page 2
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«LrTHgvILLB fABK.) COUBDEB PEWS Ijlorhe, Church; Schobl^ State Mold Character of Youth, Speaker Says 'A combination of the homo. thf'# church, the school and the state is nn unbeafable tenin In building character tu youth, the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of First Baptist Cfiurch, told 50 members of llje Sanlor High School Parent-Teacher Association at a meeting yesterday Miss Geneva Anna Hagan To Wed Benjamin White Mr. and Mrs. W. E. iriigan today announced the engagement niul !ip- affc7noon'at"tire sclioor\vl)en"of(i''- teaching marriage of their dough- cars for the coming year were 1?'> , MI ^ ^^\ A ."" a .. I . ! . a .B nn - to elected. 'Elected unanimously were Mrs. J. cjlowe, president; Mrs. JrT. Westbrook, vice president; Mrs. O. E. Qjiellmalz, second vice president; M5's. Matt. Monoghan, secretary; Mrs. R. C. Allen, treasurer, and Mrs. |Kf udall Berry, historian.. They were noinJEiJled' Ijy a committee made up 'o£ Mrs. Paiir Greenwell, Mrs. Marlon Williams and Miss Frances Bowen. - - ~ . ^Discussing his subject, "The Home, trte Church; .tlie School and the State," the Rev. Mr. Brown spoke .of the.rclation of each to the other and the part each played In building the child's character. "In^the home there must first be love for God and love for one another ' based upon character." he said. CThcre must also be faith In God, faith In otic another and I he parents' confidence In their children. fJPalth is an absolute esseii- tinl of life," he added. "There must be prayer and Bible study? It has been proved that Juvenile^delinquents usunllycome from homes where there are parent delinquents." The speaker continued that the" parents must build into their .children the Christian cl! acted iby example. "They must be what'vthey want their children to he," lie said. Going to the second member of his teSm, the church, the Rev. Mr. Brown pointed out tlfst the church must ihave the co-operation of the home.*"Thc church Is not a luxury, it is fin essential," he odded. •'The church fosters a program of religious education so similar to that 4f the school that it is sometimes .hard to.find the line that sen- .nratcs; the two," the minister coii- iccj ns he spoke of''the school. 'The school always co-operates with Benjamin Worthinglon White, r.o.i of Mi;, and Mrs. li. B. White. Date and plans for the wedding will be announced Inlcr. Miss Hagan was graduated from Armorel School, where she was nn active participant in school functions. She was valedictorian or her graduating class nnd was crownod queen of the annual carnival her senior ypar. She now is employed as bookkeeper at R. D. Hughes and Company. Mr. White was also gradU'ited from Armorel School and Is a veteran of three years service in the Navy. * • • OES Confers Degree On Mrs. Jim Crafton Degree ot the Older at (lie East- em star were conferred on Mrs. Jim Crafton last night at a meeting of the organization at the hall. Hostesses were Mrs. B. Barker. Mrs. J. D. Cobb and Mrs. Wilbur Wall!. Tlie 40 members and guests Included visitors from New York. Little Rock and Memphis. Plans were made in a business session Giand for tlie meeting of next the Little Rock. Attending from Blytheville will be Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., Mrs. Charles Alford, Mr. anil Mrs. Gus Ebcrdt, Mrs Ed Cool:. Mrs. Victor Stllwell. Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Mrs. Dale Homer nnd Mrs. W. A. stlckmon, A dessert course was served. Mrs, Perm Entertains Choral Club Members Mrs. Charles Penn wns hostess last night to members of Blytheville Choral 1 Society. • n " d ., th °., c hurch\ A re- The group practiced Refreshments were served. of the :school ,1s soDd|bers nnd discussed the Mclropolt- -pachgrs, adequately; trained with | tan operas coming to Memphis In ~nri5t4aii character.. The child May. They played recordings from learns more from the teacher-than I the opera he docs from the schooj." lie ssld. In concluding His..talk, uiu Rev. Mr. B/own said that the state was closely connected with tlie home, the , church and the school. ."The state is thi» power that detcrnjlnes .the program carried ouVfqr.Ails.,citi- zens, ^therefore it is UieJ'fesponsi- bility.of the home, the church nnd tlie seliool to provide'the right'kind of men nnd women for the government.. The elders must build a bridge for the youth. PTA Stunt Night YV ill-.be .(Giyen At Yarbro Schoo! Dinner, Luncheon Honor Vh'ss Reichcl, Mr. Terry Miss Mary Virginia Relchel and hor brlilcgroom-elcct, B. M. Terry, were honored last night ]>y Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Hornor with a dinner pirty and Miss Helchel war, guest of honor yesterday nt n luncheon Uven by Mrs. diaries Rose nt her ionic In Roseland. Miss Helchel will become tlic bride of Mr. Terry in a ceremony Saturday. The three tables of BiiesU at Mr. and Mrs. Honiei's dinner party were young couples who are intimate friends of Miss Helchel unil HT fiance nnd Included Miss Jen- ilo V Sharp of Hilnkley, hou.scgucst of Miss Nancy Hughes. Smal 1 bowls of inlxed SprlnB llowcrg in pastel shades, featuring tulips, dalfodiLs and sLokc, centered the tables. When Miss Rcicliei was eompll- ntntcd by Mis. Rose, an out-of- town guest was her aunt, Mrs- Franklin B. Chouinard ot Mllwau- i'p. Wise. The 12 unests were served i't the dining I-OOIH table, centered with an arrangement of jonquils and Dutch Irises. EAYMC to Name Successor to Becky McCail 'HELENA. Ark., Mar. 12.— "Miss Arkansas lor 1941" will be selected here June 26, according to Sam Anderson, president of the Eastern Arkansas Young Men's Club. Tlie Miss Arkansas 'Beauty Pug- cant will l>e held In conjunction with the annual convention of the EAYMC scheduled for Juno 25th Sponsored by the Hclcnu and West Helena Young Men's Clubs the convention nnd 1 pageant this summer are expected to he the best ?ver held. Bits of News Mr. mid Mrs. II. J. Penrce of San Francisco, formerly of Blythovlllc, urc .spending two wrek.s here with her motliefj Mrs. Mat I Jo Watts, and her brother, W. A. Shepherd. Mr. rind Mrs. C, I/. G tinier of San Antonio, Texas, live gucfils of Mr. and Mrs. K. A, Crulg, They cumc especially to be with her father, Os^ car Wilkcrson of Hayti, who .•was seriously Injured In an automobile accident Sunday nlfjht. Mi's. Cleo Lungston has movivl Into her home at 02ft Main St. which she recently purchased from Mrs. M. L. Malhl.s of Lambert, Miss. Her sister. Mrs, Anne McWllllam.s, will We the Women liy RUTH MILLETT NKA Staff Writer v What should every husband know? How to cope with mechanical household gadgets. There Is no eurer way for a man to win a modern woman's respect than by saying with as- she reports that o look at it" when she reorts that the washing machine has up and quit on her. How to make a housewife who has been doing uuglamorous Jobs all day feel glamorous l» the evening. The wife whoKe husband can do that will never envy women whose husbands hove more money nor will she dc- ilglil in finding fault with him. How to establish the fact that i>c Is head of the house. How to perform the duties of a host, without frequent promptings from his wife. How to kid a woman out of her minor fault?, instead of trying to reform her for her own good. At The Hospitak WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1947 Commg Events Blytbevllle Hospital Admitleu: I THURSDAY .. . ! Mrs. A. A. Hardy hostess to CBC ! Jl l '. 5 '^!^.. C ! u . ml ',. porlOBCVille ' Ma C!uu at the home or Mrs. Leon K-.ilh Millet! Pal O'Bryant. city. Mrs. Kinina Moore, city. Mrs. W. N, -Holly, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Betty Green, city. Dismissed: A. A. Carson, city. Mrs. C. G. Stevens, city. Gordon Harris, city. Mrs. Billie Keener, Dell. Walls Hospital Dismised: Mrs. Junnlta Hill and baby, O.>- ceola. Mrs. Floyd Martin nnd baby, Rt. 1, city. Edward Watson, hi. 3. city. •Mrs. Prank C. perry and baby, city. Ituby Ray, Mp.nila. Peggy Sue Cox, IU. 1, city. St. Josephs Hospital. Memphis Dismissed: Mis. R. C. Van Wcy, Osceola. ' Baptist 'Hospital, JMeinplii.s Dismised: Mrs. Louella L. Franks, Lepanto. Methodist Hospital, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. G. L. Ray,. Lepanto. \ T uf fur ImprlMJiimcnt The ancient Romans used pris- Schorei'. Mrs. p. D. Poster entertaining Thursday Contract club. Jolly Eight club meeting with Mrs. J. O. liuey. Pidelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meeting at the home of Mrs. G. V. Daws, 7 o'clock, for covered dish supper. FRIDAY Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sij-ma Phi Sorority meeting at the clubroom. 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. w, G.' Maxwell and Mrs. Pearl Hires hostess to Dorcas Sun- iiay school class of First Baptist Church at the church. 2:30 o'clock. • When to put <jown his newspaper I ons onlv fo1 ' detaining accused per- Strikers Balk Inquiry Into Boss's Murder PKORIA, 111., March 12. CUP)— Efforts to question striking employes of the Toledo, Peorla & Western Railroad In connection tlator for the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, told union members to wait for the warrants nfler Sheriff Earl Spalnhower had questioned four union volunteers who believed they might have Information on tliu shooting. The Department of Justice at Washington said it had begun an "active study" of McNcar's nnr- dcr Monday night. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, however, seld it had not entered the case, and FBI Field Olticer William Wlialcn at Peoria said "at this point wo lack jurisdiction." Spalnhower, Police Chief Victor Kiilrich, and State's Attorney Roy P. Hull admitted that they were without clues or a tangible lead to the slayer. There were no wil- nesses to the shooting, which occurred during a city power falluron which darkened the neighborhood streets. make her home with Mrs. Limgston. | and really listen to what his wife I S6ns lmtn tliey could be brought. "| Klt fe' un slaying of its IFor the first EAYMC .started time since sponsoring the the Miss Arkansas Pageant, silver loving clips will be awarded not only to tile winner but to the other nine finalists. As In the past. Miss Arkansas will be selected from, among entries sponsored by the various cities of the statt. She: must be between Sandra Kay Wilson, daughter nf M] P , and Mrs. Earl Wilson, who has been quite 111 at her home with intestinal Inllucnzu, lias been admitted to Methodist' Hospital in Memphis. Her condition today was unchanged. Mr. uncl Mrs. J. C. Klnnliigham, who liuve bi'en making their home lit 307 North Broadway, will leave tomorrow for Stcelc, Mo., where they have purchased n home. James G. Crawford, seama! elnss, will Is station lu San Fran- clFco. Caltl.. is visiting hl s parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Crawfoi'd, who ir.wcd here from California. Condition of Dr. nna Mrs. P. !». Husband, who iiave been ill, Is much Improved and they have returned to their home In the Stovall apartments. Mrs. Husband has been at the home of her sister. Mrs. L. R. Matthews and Dr. Husband has been at Wall's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance have ;:one to Memphis, where they were called because of the death or his nephew. Mr", and Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr., have returned home from Miami and Venice. Fla,, where they spent Ihclr Winter vacation. In Venice, they visitor their son, Charles Crigger III, who is a student of Ken- :«cky Military Institute which has cinsscs during three Winter months In Venice. has to say. SHAKING LEISURE TIME How to get a little privacy In Ills own home, so that his wife doef- n't oiien his mall or ask "Who was It, dear?" Whenever he has a telephone call. How to keep his wife from assuming that he ALWAYS wants to shnre his leisure with her, so that he can cf joy the companionship of e- i men occasionally or just get off by n first himself when he needs to. The husband who can manage all of those pofnts Is likely to be a liiiiplly married man. with the . _ president, to trial or executed, not for prison , Gco 'B e p - McNcar, Jr., were aban- :crms. cloned today after a union official ,,. I I demanded that warrants be issued riage of their daughter, Miss Elea,nor Springfield, to Ben Flannlgnn son of Mrs. B. F. Plaiinlgan of Nashville. The wedding will be solemnized in a ceremony Saturday morning at H o'clock in the home of the •bride-elect's partnt.';. The Rr> 'L'.">T. Lawrence, uastor of First the ages of Id and 28. unmarried ^and must not have been married Miss Arkansas will succeed' Miss Bocky McCivll of Blythcville, Mis." America No. 2. who will preside over the festivities at Helena unti her sucessor is selected. The winner will represQiit Arkansas in;the Miss America Pageant next Sep- Presbyterian Church, will officiate.' tcmber at Atlantic City. The niirAml RUinl Night. s;>vise red by Yarbro Parent-Tether Association, will be presented to- As another part of;the program, morrow night nt the Yarbro School, the High School Choir, under direc- I Featured attractions of the yro- .. jjf- Ml$ ' wilso " Henry, sang Brain will be nn Imitation of Al Jo!'To Thee We Sing," from the music FO:I by Billy Sam JJerryman In- of the Russian Church, nnd "There eluded in a "burnt cork" minstrel. Is a ;Ba!m in Gllead,". with Joan Stan", will ba Ohr.r-'ej Yarbro. El- Trisschmann as soloist. , vy Walton. Victory Mallor, Wesley . \n Uie business session, tiic group Ciltchcll. Joe Freeman, Gene Mc- votedito purchase collapsible firers GllUe r Vernlce Brlstetr. Rudolph for the Glee Club. Mrs. Russell Bar- Lr "nbert. Hp-rvcy Kelly, chnrlrs . . - , hani,'retiring president, who con- IIt;stc r, G. T. Grncy nnd Slnrllng ducted the session, nnnounccd tlie Dullch wit h Calvin iiolllngswortu Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- ArDS, March 12.—tUP>—tUSDA) —Livestock: Hogs 3,400, salable 3,000; fairly active. Barrows and gilts steady to 25c higher than Tuesday's average: sows 25 to 50c lower. Bulk good and choice 170 to 270 Ibs to 2V to 27.50; top 27.SO; mostly for weights under 230 Ibs 270 to 325 Ibs 20.50 to 27? 130 to 150 Ibs mostly 22.75 to 24.60: 100 to 120-lb pigs 1U.50 to 22. (Cattle 3.100. salable 2,000: calves Read Courier News Want Ads. for the trainmen's appearances. | W. 2. Kelser, international nego- 1,000, all salable: general market about steady under decreased supplies which included 'about 25 loads or steers, cows made up fairly liberal portion of receipts with approximately 30 per cent of total comprised of this class. A few loads medium to avernge-g'pod steers 22.'75 to 24.50; small lot 25; good heifers and mixed yearlings 21 to 23; medium kinds 17 to 20. Do you suffer FEMALE MM? Tills yreitt medicine is famous to relieve pain, nervous Ulstresa and weak, enmity, 'draped our tnl , lugs, of such clays:— when tlu» to I«- inale functlonni monthly disturbances. Also fine stomachic tonic] Auditorium, Memphis, March 21—8:30 p.m. and his Permsylvanians iladitfs Greatest Musical Organisation Hox Office: Florshcim's & AiKlHoriuiii S3.(iO ;i.OO' 2..IO 1.80 l,20 tax inc-l. girls of the Home Economics classes . would care for qhlldren of mothers when they attended PTA mcetinss In -the room count, first •vent-.to the senior class. prize MrsJ Bell Hostess With Bridge Party OSCEOLA, Ark., March 12.— Mrs. V. G. Bell was hostess Saturday night; to a twotablc bridge club at her home on Ermen Koad. In :,. games ;Mrs. Ernest Mann \voii high score and traveling prize Mrs. L. W. Foster. A salad plate was served guests. the as interlocutor. Stunts wlll-bp-presenled - by the Junior Red Cross group, YarUio 4-H Club, the Woman's Society ol Christian Service or Yr.rbro Meth- cdlst Church, eighth grade Girls' Choral club of Blytheville and tli'o ninn of the PTA. Mrs. Berryman will be accompanist. Eleanor Springfield To Wed Nashville Man OSCEOLA, Ark., March 12. — Of wide interest is the aimounccmtmt made today by Mr. and Mrs. Baker D. Springfield of Osceola of the engagement and approaching mar- MATERNITY WARD DIAL 3362 3362 __-----s=--7J4T/vO 202 U' MflIN Btytheuille, Hrhansas CASDINAI Brown & While Spectator Family Shoe Store Phone 2342 312 West Main St. Lane Cedar Hope Chest THE GIFT THAT STARTS THE HOME FROM THE STORE THAT OUTFITS THE HOME Only Ihftbes! quality bears ihese TWO names—ours and LANE. \Vc know LANE upholds the finest quality in materials, craftsmanship and styling in cedar chests. Exhaustive study of the markc* convinced us. 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LEMONS, FURNITURE Home Furnishings Modestly Priced NEW TYPEWRITERS We are now taking orders for Royal Typewriters for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. NORRIS Hiinllnz— Olflcc .Siipulles 12Z North Second Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2308 Continuous Showy Every Day Uox Office Opens i :<15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN :00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Tillthe End of Time wiih Dorothy JMcGuirc ninl Guy M:u)isuii Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing t, very day Thursday and Friday KATHARINE HEPBM mm WLO. Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday Box Office Opens at 0:30 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at (he Itoxy. I.'«l Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Little Miss Big with Fay Holdrn Flight to Nowhere with Kvelyn Ankers ^nd Allan Curtis Thursday ami Friday ERNIE PYIES "STORY Of <-M^9 G.I. 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