The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 20, 1947
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BLYTHEVELLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' Aileen Sawyer Bride ! Of Cape Girardeau Mail i!lss Afleen Sawyer. daughter ol Mrs.' Annie Mae Sawyer ot Blytht- vilie; became tltc bride of Willis I. Find, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Find of Cape Giraidcau. Mo., in a i ceremony Saturday night at the i hom> of the Rev. G. B. Hogstiitlc I in Qape Qirardeau. [ The bride wore an afternoon drc.-.s i of imoke grey with-black accsssc- rlcs^and a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. E. D. Lambert, who was her slstej-'s matron of honor, wore a i dress also in smoke grey with black I accessories and a shoulder corsage of pink carnatiins. Mr. Lambert served Mr. find :ss best, man. Following the wedding. n:i j n . forrnal reception honoring the ciii- pl? \vns giVen. •'} The bride attended school ai Euri dette and Blythcvilla anil is now ;! employed here. Mr. Find .iiten-l'-d ,- school in Cape t will- make their home ia I, Glrardsau. They Cape First-Graders Present Stories at PTA Meeting The |)rog:-3in at Lunge Parent- Teicher Association meeting Tuesday afternoon included presentations by the first grade and mini- ! ber s by Mona joy Gajiies. pianist, i The first-grade 1 class taught by 1 Mrs;. Luther Halstbfl'd read the story of "The Gingerbread Man" and Carolyn Aniey, Jirsl-grnder, gave the^story Of "The Three Bears." MOJIU Joy played "Cloud Dreams" d- "Ah, sweet Mystery of Life." Afrs. AMti Huffman Jr., read by-laws and Mrs. Harold Anderson read (he message of the president of £>TA National Congress. Mrs. Jesse White spoke briefly on better education. Room count award went to the first grade. -. ' - - • « Mrs. Hardaway Hostess To' Episcopal Auxiliary Mrs. o. o. Hardaway was hostess Tuesday night to members of St. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary. Mrs. John Fields presented the program on "Church's Rituals 1 '. Mrs. E. R. Mason led the dismissal Player. The hostess served refreshments. And She Swims, Too! Bits of Nev/s Mostly Condition of Mrs. J. u. Johnson, w'.to underwent an operation Monthly at Walls Hospital is Improved. Mary Ann Tompkins rouiri'.ed to her home at Burdetle today from THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1<J17 We the Women J1V IU1TH Mil I 1 J f NBA Stair Wciler In the ye.ii' Jon it shouldn't lie iKci'Mury to defend u woman's rti-ht i<; work. Jiiil It nftcn is necessary. For t, li a r e arc stll/ men — nnd wo- WJ^ 1 mcn, (O<J—WIlO KO ;t r o u n i[ making flat .statenii u f about a worn ins* plncc beiny In Uii- h i> in e and blaming bulf of Ihr 'A'orkl'.s troubles on Ihi: fact Ihjl \vtjjjie;i re- fu^i' to stny thf1C "NliHJly - I wo « U ([ out or 100 women wlio work do .so because the> rom: ...... - ...... - — -• .i~--Memphis, where she underwent a lu ' ""' '" >ca>| .'> c they like it or want •;iin money.'" 'ijcakini! the figures down still Itirtlier the bureau reports: I : .ii!bty-four in every loo have to support themselves and often lonsllectomy earlier in the week at the Baptist. Hospital. She was accompanied by her mother, Mr:,. Jim F. Tompklns. Wlllluin O. Geurin, Jr.. of UlyLhe- vlllc. unclcrwriler /or Ihe Farmers and Bankers Life Insurance Co.. will return here Saturday follcw- ini! H period of training In the Life Insurance Marketing Iiuituutu at Purdue University. h'i.iff Serst. Don seals and Staff Ssrct, Ollic Grisham will be in Little Rack I his weekend lo attend' .1 state-wide rccrm'tliiK conference at. Hotel Lafayette. ., „..„ Mre.-Gcialdinc Greene is ill with Jobs hcjjLn to get scarce have influenza at iier home. 515 Park. puMrin on their hands, i Slreel. ' !!rforc they can send women Mrs. Irene Wallace. 17C8 West i.'ack to the kitchen, they'll i,ave M-iin street, has gone lo tAUantii. t'i fiaiirc out the way lo provide , ' Elgin In every ico have olhef Important uses for their earnings, Mivh as paying debl.s. buying u home, (,-duealinjj children. Only eight ill every 101} work .solely "because tlioy like to work." I'liovim: KIT<;III';N ITU-;T .So it looks UK though the "wom- an'.s-place-is-in-thc-home" atlvo- ; who scream the loudest when Too Late to Classify For Salt ,' va.rp higan State's unbeaten coed swim tea ans are slate ehampions. . Spart- Dell WSCS Has Meeting Ai We/horn Residence On., where she will join her brother. Paul Wallace. He will accompany her to .Miami. Pla., for a U'-> weeks' visit. Mrs. Barney Crook will return tomorrow from St. Louis, where she hns been the Kiiest of her sister, Mrs. Louis TrowbrJiJ'Ke, nnd family. • • M-.'s. Fred Rutherford him '•been ill for Uie past several days at her home, 1416 East. Main. the kitchen, lor 81 out of every 100 women. Vhuil they c;m solve that prob- !:>jji they had better let working women alone. Ulglit- now they're iloiiii; a {-00(1 job of providing the kitchen — and bringing home the to cook in it. Sorority Has Meeting At; Home of Miss Burks The All* a £i££na Alpha Sorority was held Ti-esday night at the home of Miss Martha Burks, 624 West Mnin St., When she and Mrs. Robert Btay- lock were hostesses. Miss Rosa S.iliba, president, had charge of the brier business session, when plans irere made for April rush activities. A study, of the' Greek Alphabet was led by Miss -HeJma Johnsen. A. r i£s Aims Cain, program chatr- . rritin, gave a brief talk on the history of the sorority, the founders and the goal of the organization. The hostesses served n spaghetti supper with a vegetable salad and iced drinks. iVIrs. Ellis Entertains Town and Country Club Mr:. J. c. Ellis entertained members of the Town and Country Clu'j yesterday at her home at Barfield. Mrs. R.. C. Rose won high score pr.z: when bridge was played and sa:ond high went to Mrs. Cornelius Modinger. 'Refreshments were served. Prominent PTA Worker To Speak Here Tuesday Mrs. W. B. Burkctt of Bassett, who is prominent in Parent-Teacher Association work, will be guest speaker Tuesday when the Central ami Junior High Parent-Teacher Associations hol<j a joint meeting at' 3 o'clock in. the high school aufli- toiium. Persons interested in juvenile problems, on which she will conduct a study course, are invited to attend the meeting. Baptist BW Meet Held ;?.liss Delia <p u rtle taught two cnaptcrs from th e Missionary <back, ''Now is the Day," at the Business Women's Circle of the First Beptist Church meeting Tuesday nieht at the home ol Miss Theltr.a Atkins. The 11 members present were dismissed with circle prayer. Miss 'Ajkins served, a sandwich plate. Miss Hudson Initiated Into National Sorority Mi?s Kithr.rine Hudson, toiler at the University of Missouri. Co- lumSia, has be.-;i- initialed into Hie Alpha Gamma Chapter ol Alpha Delta Pi sorority. .She is thr> daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. A. O. Hudson. Luxora P.T.A. Officers Elected by Association tne I'.ovorijoivihlp from the post of A Detroit firm malies rugged • afcly iiehneU from laminated ' cotton and plank. Shown above j are » >un hclincl, fireman'* he!- J tnet, an Ar-my helmet liner, ftnil j several workmen'^ safety Ijats, in- cluilinij Hie one on (he rislvl which ' is metal plated. The burnished surface reflects the heat, keeps the worker cool. The firm liaj developed a cotton and plastic, copper- plated crash Iielmel for aircraft pilot*. touched by office appointees ot ei'her claimant. Thompson forces, previously on the sidelines 'while Tnlmadgc appointees handled state affairs will receive full back pay. Tliere arc more Ulan 70.000 elec- -_ tlic lights in the U. S. Army's M IVntagon building at Washiiigton. j FAKMS FOR SAI,K '10 acres near JSurdcltc, Ai'k. Kino land N'illi fair im- proveinents. All in cultivation. A good bviy. .SO acres well lonilcd on Kruvcl road M'/i miles north of Stcclc, Mo. Fait improvements. A good fiirm. HiO acres near Uixoia, Ark. Fine mixed loam well located on good gravel road. Mail and school bus routes. J(i(> acres 5 miles from I.tix- ora, Ark. Good improvements, on jijruvcl road, mail and school bus routes. The above four farms are for sale now. We will hold those for a small down payment and the balance this fall. Any of this properly can be financed at •!'' interest. CKCIi, I,. EAHLS Noble <<i!l Agency (ilencoe Hotel iilytheville I'hone Osceola I'hone 93 1-3-20 .ck-24 Lost Cannibalistic Aphis lion Insects Ir.y ilu-ir CHUS at the ends of tall stalks, to prevent the flrst-liiitchiiiu larvae Iroin eating their brothers and sisters. ft-Xfy TO HELP ' M EASEOWGHINCi - A T/GHfCHESr MUSCLES i,f *"*' '•*'- *"»"»!'•! '»!'*"»" '•"•"»"»'>' V '*"*"»">"*•"*'>"•»"«•"*'>•>' W'*' '*"»"*' V '»"»" V>*>j," HAPPY HOUR I A A * * FOOD 108 E. Main St. ' Free Delivery Service (.. H. Autry Addresses Bur dette PTA Group die Cecil, secretary. Mrs. Willitim .Johnson, proyriun leader, introduced the Rev. A. )i Hill, the speaker for the af'.ernonn. He spoke on "The Kingdom Within." The mill, sixth iincl clglitli grades won the attendance pri'/.e for the most mothers present. Tim hns- tcsses were Mrs. Joe Gcnlrv, Mrs. Avis Crawford nnd Mrs ~R T Ballcw. •Rsjirrscnntlvc L .H. Autiy. su- prrintcndent o[ the Durrtctte 'School, spoke yesterday afternoon in ,., rr -) rrs of j3 M KV:!t,t c Parent- o i fi , i/ ~ ~ Tcarhcr Assreiatlon at n regular COOK Club Meets ir"pt.lni r at the school. I monthly social mectina of 'Y r ., A ' J ! rv tlis «'ss';<l PTA «'oik LUXORA. Ark.. March io.-.ion- Beta chapter of Eplilon n " Tri ' , lc t ,? rrhr ' r siU!8tl "»' nulls nnd ferns decorated llu: room ' l!> 'he bnsinrss st-ssioi). all offi- in which Mrs. Charles 13 I evvr tn ers were re-elrctcd to serve thn tertalncd twelve members or the suim: ye=r. They arc: Jlrs. S. I, u.xo,,, Book Club Tuestlay ,i,'m v^ ; ,. r - 'V'" 10 "'- Mrs ^S'-o'ioe The reviewer for the cvenru; wis hittle, vl™ nrrsident; Mrs. Hays M.S. R. T. Ballcw who cv.'-ved nhvjr, secretary: Mrs. Walter "Mr. Adam" l, v Pal s-n'tl, The ' Two Are Hostesses With Bridge Parties CSCEOLA. Ark.. Mi;:h 2f> -- jrirrr f[ower s decorated the living ciitiint rooms when Mis. My- r-ooitcr. Sirs. Mcffair linrt charge, - f the business session. I iRonm count ai'.'nrri' ,went to the' eccnd Brnrte class Ip.upht by M-s. Shed Bevills iinrt the third grndc !* lau«lu by Miss Verna McKown. a tic. ion T. Nni'linp nnd Mrs. Guv But"T entertained with two parlies '.Ms werk at the home of Mrs. At The Hospital* ni.TTIIEVlLI.K HOSflTAI, Admitted: Hosetta LOUR. city. Cliarlene Heinphill. Manila. Nell Fason. Tyler. AIO. Mrs. .J. D. Thrasher, Dell. Alec Salibil, Sleelc, Mo. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Julian Davis, rity. a daughter. Born (o Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Hur- snlt, KTiiniln, n.dniigluer. "ismissccl: Mrs. E. If. Hogiin nnd baby Ma- >!ale Ave. Tt'c.i'':'y afternoon they were 'lostrs^os at a dessert hridpc to D irht tables of eiKsts. M:s. R. J. Gillcspic won hirti score priz-, \'rs. De.nal Werlz. seconrf. and M-s j. H-rtsill Batiks. low. When ihnv cntertninert \V«dncs- •*">• with five tBbies nf bridge, a ^i. Patrick's Day motif vas xised 'n tallies and refreshments. Tn "om"K '-iirh rccre went to DLimlsJcrl' Mrs. W. E. Hnr.t. second to Mrs. Edwin Wnllnro •I H. Hook Mid low to Miss Emily wnuarc, Mison. . city. nlln. Mrs. Alvin Unrdin and babv i WAM.S IIOHI'ITAI. ' Dismisseti: Frances llmlsens, Luxora. Mrs. Elizabeth spencer. Hollan-l Mo. i Mrs. F. R. Hicks, Holland I\io P. R. Hicks. Holland. Mo. Vilnius Mickey. s lc( ,i c . Mo. Mrs. Lil.i B. Woods, city. J. M. Thompson. Route 3 citv BAPTIST HOSPITAL. v.T.A. Plans Study Course LUXORA, Ark.. March 20 The Luxora Parent-Teachers Associa- 'io-i will conduct a study course. •The Family Rediscovers It.sejl". in -he home economics cottage ?*riday iftcrnonn at 4:30. There "ill be nil ntemiiSRion at 6 o'clock for a pot 'ick supper. The speakers «-i!l ue Mrs. Walter Laync. Mrs. E. E. Jones. Mrs. George Adams. Mrs. A. I B. Rozellc. Mrs. W. E. Hoad. the .'ev. Charles Lewis, the Kcv, A. 3. Hill of tlic Luxora association uict Mrs. Grunt Collar of theShaw- ; association of Joiner. Mrs. o. o. Jeffries. Osccola. Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs. O. O. Elktus hostess lo CBC Club. Chapter N. p. E. O. Sisterhood. nieetiiiR at (he home of Mrs. Elton Kirby with Mrs. W L. Hornci as co-hostess. HEADACHE Capndirc relievo tcHtOu tut because it'i liqyicj. In hi- —all reidy to l)« s in eiilag lh> pjln. It Jlso tocjlhes nent (en- uon'tfu(j to Idc pain. Ut« nuke their home, iMr. and Mrs. R. w. Vrska aiu ., ., - ,,. rpendlng today in Mcmr.liis ' ;• ;,:; A r t!lc Blhmore Hotel, where 'Mrs. J. T. Weslibrook motored' ' ?. 'I 110 Eugene Tnlmadgc always i number of the Glee Club mcrii- : Ji cln hls campaign-starting parties, to Little Rock today ' where nlmadsc supporters will giv 0 a will piirlicipate in the annual, "'nncr for him. hcush both' nffair.s a-itejisibly celebration and consolation parlies, there irts no doubt HIHC nuses will be counted 10 see how n.any nicmbers of tile legislature, and which members, attend each they will piirlicipate in the annual ' Olce Club Convention.' From • theAi . she nnd her son. Pa'vl! ''.vfij 'BO -tV»T Pine Bluif to .'pind the weekend her sister. Mrs. W. I. Wai- Tlicy will rcliiru Svmrtay. GEORGIA i Cinilinnnd from Taje 1. end ol the session. Such ai'tiot would Indeed have to b The Supreme Court's 5 to 2 ruling ousted Talmiielijc and insuili- i:>i? scholarly Thompson a s acting governor ended Georgia's tmai i;ov- in nil elections." ! ernor regime and unloosed state Session Ncariiif end '' tn '\ cts previously impounds!. Thompson urscfl the ns^eznbly to I Tnlmndge left of lice paylcss for speedily pass those hills before' the :' hls efforts since J:\n. 15 when the -•-• ' ' |s ! ;ite legislature elected him gov- spcMly i orll °i' on the biisis ol m-, write-in speech, Thompson mentioned no names and asserted he had malice toward none nnd charity for a i;. how Thompson run aUain control of Ihe uuiiiorrntlc pn.v was debatable. The present state executive committee w.-is named u'.' t'.ic late Gov.-Elect Eugene Tai- staled thai delegates must be named by the governor-elect. I -ompson has never been the gov- miti B e and a convention "iule from both Thompson and Tr'lmndge said he was "thankful vvi; now have a le^al governor and c:ni open Ihe treasury to all letal payments." Tahnndsc an<[ his forces have been ninniin; stale affairs ever sii'cc t:iry ousted former Oov. Ellis Arniill. the first to challpnge Tal- madee's riijlit to the olflce. (At Hnlliunrc. Afttall said "all's well that ends well: it was beyond the office o: Carolyn Koehlrr. small tlanirhlcr of Mr .and Mr.s. Olto Koelilcr! im- derwent an appendoctomy yesterday at the Bar.tist Hospital in Kiddie Krajt FINE JEWELRY ^Fitzpatrick Jewelry Store SALE of Antique CHINA and GLASS Beginning FRIDAY, MARCH 21 Runs Through Saturday, April 5 We are condensing our Antique Department to make room for newly arrived, modern gift items —Every Antique Reduced! All Purchases Cash STORE Phone 814 Htitir Me;iltli rouds ;ire now stvitilitlilc ;t( our ij store. This line of Health Kootls consists of Ciinnod i* le.s, Veftelablc .luk'cs, Krtiijs, Fruit. Juices, :* und oilier Horns you need. >; See your DR . . . if you should use > Foods Without Sugar or Salt Ij We Have Them IMiotto SI- 1 >: •*••*..*- f-'~*.'-*~.v-'.+^ Pat. Strap Platform Sole Ul.v(licviJle, Ai'K. ' NOW OPEN i 3 NIGHTS A WEEK | Wednesdays, l-'riday.s, ' and Sattirihtys i Dancing j Free!! , j Ninth Highway (il I Sliipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phono 2308 TYPEWRITERS We are now taking orders for Royal Typewriters for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write ns. SAMUEL F, NORR1S Prinlinj;—Office Kupiilloa 122 Nor III Second Kcd two strap .Platform Sole Beige (nat.)i Platform Sole . All Styles 8'/2 to 111/2 12 to 3 $4.50 $5.00 Children's Socks In All the [Yew Huring Colors %-l O HITVIE'S * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMM1E EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Phone 21S ' Coiitiiiuntis Shows Hvcry Day Hox Office Opens 1 ;.|5 Show Starts 2:00 tISTEN TO KI.UX ::00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p. iintl Friday Til ram on ut News and Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday IIox Office Opens ;it 6:30 Opens SuncTay 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sut. anil Sun. Bargain Night Every M-ht Kxcupt Saturday. No passes honored tin Sunday at tlic Rosy. 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