The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 21, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TJ. Watson Elected sonority Chapter Head Os. Dick Watson was elected >resJdcnt of-- the Alpha Al))hn Shatter of Bpta Sigma Phi Sororl- y 4 « Business meeting last night .I the clubroom, OJber officers to serve are: Miss va JSeay, vice president; Miss Emly | \Vixson,^recording, secretary; 'Pandora- Whltworth, corres- secretnry and Miss Jane . historian. TSe city'Council Committee neratjers, .,150 elected, were Miss Jackson,, Miss Vera Goodrich ,yn: ind >f Ji Mrs, Donald Day. ins were" made for tlie Rltunl wcls test'to be given next week ick. The group dis- event to honor Fresh Flowers Make New Spring Bonnet for rushjvj :ed social- -•'fdges. Mjss Alico Siitiba, retiring prcs- i H cn|, conducted the meeting. I ' i 1 . • * ridge Luncheon Given Mrs. Humphreys fs. Henry Humphreys cntcr- ainjd Thursday Contract Club inenjbers nnd other guests ycslei- 3ay witli a bridge luncheon V.t her b. 819 West Main. ^ests other llmu club members verc Mrs. E. L. McClure of Oak 'arlj. III., housegucst of Mrs. E. H. Landashlrc, Mrs, Jesse Taylor and Mr?.; Chestej< Caldwell. Aij-angements. of yellow Jonquils fornjed a- soling for the group. InJ bridge games, high score prize was .nv«irded- to Mrs. p; W. Mc- Cut/Jien aiid'. guesl :i>rlV.o (o Mrs McCJure.- iT • I- ti* .*.' * VIr4. Langston Hostess With Bridge Luncheon Mre. Roland Green played bridg2 estexday afternoon with members t the Octette club when Mrs. ClM Langstoii entertninec; the group with a 1 dT-Tcck lunclieon. Guests were served at the dlnlns room table, centered with an arrangement of jonquils. In afternoon bridge games, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. Edwin Robinson and second high .'ent to Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Hub Is Entertained By Mrs. John Tyrone Mrs. John Tyrone eiltertninei! members of the ONB Club n>ui other guests last niyht with a bunco party. Guests included Mrs. Paul Maoni Mrs. Fletcher Ki'.ig and Mrs. C. D. Eaton. Mrs. Eaton won bunco prize in K'mcs. nigh went to Mio. H. C. Bb.7ikr"sliip nnd low to Mrs. j, C. Frazier. The hostess served re-^eshmenti of sandwiches with cofi'ee. Mrs, Afflick Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests ' Mrs. ,c. w. Afflick entertained men-.'bsrs o fine Thursday GlL-b antl cur other 'guests with n bridge luncheon yesterday at her home at no North 10th.' The eight guests, including Mrr Elton Klrby. Mrs. n. II. Kirby Mrs. W. U Homer and Mrs. Walker Baker other than club uiem- )ers, were served at the dining table. Jonquils decor.ited Hie tatle Mrs. Russell Phillips \vo-.i high srore bridge prize in afternoon games and second nigh went to Mre. R. H Kirby. " * * Club Members, Husbands uests at Supper Party Members of (.he Mid -Week club and their husbands u-eu; guests ast night when Mrs. H. H. Houch- r.s entertained with a supper at file Houchin.V home, tow West Main. •-'; The affairrtielebrated Mr. Houch- ns' birthday and also served us the weekly Jjarty of the club. . Arrangements of Spring flowers decorated entertaining rooms. Tlie supper was served buffet style When ther women played "bildge prizes ^-ere iwon by Mrs. ti. con- way and Mrs. ,w. I,. Homer. The men played 'rummy. Guests intluded Mr. and Mrs Rodney L. Banister and Mrs. ar.d Mrs. E. R. Lancashire and their houseguest. Mrs. E. L. McClurc. of Oak Park, ill. SALE, °* ANTIQUE CHiNA and GLASS II For Easter, fashion-wise ilorisls rccommcm! n stunning flower hat- like ihts one by Alyn Wayne, staff stylist of (he Florists' Telegraph Delivery Assi.clnfion. I'ink cnrnntimis nrsllini; in lihie mallnc on a satm-r6vcrcd tmcknim fmniilnlion create tliis uiry siiringtiinc hat of hnts Its pastel tone* hlcnil perfectly wilh tlie Ensler ensemble. Hardin Son Named The son born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles p. Harfiln Tuesday at Bly- thevllle Hospital lins been named Jerry Lynn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hardin are also parents of a daughter, Charlie Jean, five. Actress, How an Invalid, To Return to Screen in June in Wheelchair Role HOLLYWOOD. March 21. (UP) —Susan Peters, paralyzed 1 since she. accidentally shot herself throe years ago, disclosed today she will return' to the screen in June in a wheelchair role. The announcement marked Ihel end o! Miss Peters' long struggle] from nc:ir ti'eath lo pick up the! EctiiiB career thai had taken hcrj just to the cdKC of stardom. She said she will have ti sUirrinp part in her comehac'.: picture. Jr-[ ving Cuimnlngs' production oc' "Sicn of the Ham" for Columbia release. . "It's a sort of a heavy role," she said.' "I like that; I don't -want people to think r have to be a sweet, young thing because Tin a cripple. •Ihc thing I like test about it is that there's a logical reason for the wheelchair. The other scripts added the wheelchair without adding anything to the plot. "I want to be accepted as an actress, not as a cripple." Son Born to Johnstons A son was born .yesterday lo Mr. id Mrs. Ray S. Johnston, cf T\:s- c.-xlooso, Ala. Mrs. Johnston is the former Miss [ M-dcllo Kinningham of Blytlievillo. I daughter of Mr. n nd Mrs. C. A. Kinningham. The Johnstons tire parents ot another son. Jimmy, eight. Parents of Daughter A daughter was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor (f Richmond. Va. Their first cM;d, she has been named Ren". Diane. Mrs. Taylor is the former Miss Totnmye Denn Hatcher of Blvihc- ville. Mrs. Quinn Hostess With Luncheon Party OSOEOLA. Ark.. March 21.—Mrs. Ed Quinn was hostess yesterday lo A four-table bridge club and other guests with n one o'clock luncheon at her home on Semmes Avc. Other than club moir.bers. guests were Mrs. Loon Sullivan, Mrs. Steve Hawker. Mrs. Harry Driver. Mis. C. A. Davis nnd Mrs. Mike •Naming. Mrs. D. >!. Dlackwood received hi£h score pri?.e, Mrs. H. J. Hale, consolation, and Mrs. 'Harry Driver, guest prize. Kings Parents of Son Mr. nr.ll Mrs. ftandoln.i King of Jackson, Tenn., arc parchh of u son born Tuesdiiy. Mr:. King is the former Miss Laur.v Crowder of Blvthcvlllc. At The Hospital* HI.VTHEVIM.K HOSPITAL Admitted: Oliver Coppedge Jr., citv. Mrs. Otto Gntlu-lc, Manila. Chfirlie Afac Pox. city. Trunk McCullom. Pnscola. Mo. J. L. Gimn. city. Mrs. N. J. Barber. Steelr. Mo. Dismissed: Larry Ctene lirown. Steele. Mo. Oliver Brown. Holland. Mo. W. U. lloggard. Steele. Chnrline Ifcmphill, Alnniln. Mrs. Edna Booker. Kenuett. WAI/I.S HDSriTAI. Dismissed: Mrs. T. J. Stublw. Lraclivilh'. Mrs. .1. D. Anderson ami baby city. Mrs. Joe Bllbrey, city. J. M. Thomas, 'nte. 3. Mrs. Ed Jones, fjenchvtllc. MKMl'HIS UAI'TIST HOSl'ITAI. Dismlssc{l: Bryan Hull, l.enchvlllc. Mnck McOlothcn, city. Mary Ann Tompklns. Dlirdctte JIETHOW1ST HOSl'M'AI,. MKMI'lllS Dismi.sscii: Snndv.i Kay Wllwiu. cit.;. Born in Mr. nnd Mrs. R I. I.aml. Osceola, :i datighter. Road Con;;cr Kews Want Ads. our" We are condensing Antique Department "to! make room for newly av-« rived, modern gift items--! Every Antique Reduced!' ALL PURCHASES CASH { Sale closes Saturday, I April 5lh ,THE GIFT SHOP! We Gf/t Wrop Free • ^••••••••••••••••••MMMMHM.I Every fcife you get at the Delta is deliriously good!^ * Sea Food * Steaks * Chicken * Chops Bits of News Bandra Kay Wilson, dnuijlucr of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wll«on, who lins been iniclcrgoing treatment for the Vast 10 days at the Methodist Hos- Dltal In iML'ni]))ils, has been dismissed mid Is new at dome. Mrs. 11-cd Bean. Mrs, Cecil Gurnow and son, diaries, spent two days In Memphis, where [hey consulted a .specialist (or Charles. Mrs. C. 6. Henderson of .Joplln, Mo., Is visiting her lion, James H Mead, nnd family. Mrs, o. Slionyo. Mrs. W H Stovall nnd Mrs. E. W. Simmons spent, today in Memphis. Oapt. Bryant R Hill arrived at his home, 1600 West Main, yesterday following .his arrival last week from China, where he ha s served tne past year at Pulping. Captain JI 1 was met in chleaso hy Mre. Hill and their daughter, Peggy Lynn. He is on a 00-dny leave. Hunter Klmbro of Jonexboro, vis- it'ng IHends here, was honored litst night when Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Graham enlertnihed with a dinner party.* Mr. and Mrs. Ben M.ic White Mr. and Mra. Melvin Halscil. Mr nnd Mrs. Lloyd "Ward. MI%.Mnrv Aduh Robinson and Bryin Miley will go this weekend to c-ipe Gi- J'ardeau, Mo. Oliver Coppedgc Jr., underwent an appendectomy yesterday it Ulv- tlicvllle Hospital. His conditioi 'is satisfactory. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Hlgglnson -spent Wednesday in Memphis , Louis Nttsh was • in Memphis Wednesday night to attend a violin concert. Mrs. Oscar Pendler is ill w i(|. influen/a. A. C. Little is ill at his h om « on Clear Lake Road. Among those nlUsuliu.. the Fred Wai-Ing show in Memphis today We the Women"' I1V KUTIl M:A Staff Writer One of the least appealing things about working women Is that so ninny H| Ihi'in carry over Into their personal lives tile independent ut- lilmle that i.s a necessary part uf I h f i r working lives. Tills is no help In M'lciKl-!; ships. !' 'lo make her/ point the wo'.nnn'! who voiced ihntj comjiliLltit told this .siiny: .' WajillriK very much to help .1 • woj'kinn fiiend of theirs who had t" itave her Job to undereo a serious operation, she nnd her husband persuaded tile friend to stay with them during her weeks of convalescence. They finure<| they coul<t considerably <:ut dov.'n on the c.ost of her Illni-.vs by doing it f 0r ), cl . She ;iccep;i>d their Invitation. Determined not to be Indebted to them, slic bouulu them several expensive K ift.s as soon us she was back »t work. Bi:rii:ii TO KI:I,AX - Said the friend who tried to help her: -Those gills just miide us /eel silly. Why, we didn'l help hei :il all. vVith the money she spent "pnyini! us back' for an nc i ,,| trlendshlp. should have gone to a iniiiiiij; home lo recuperate lioin her operation. Hut like so many working K p otncn. s lie has the deep- rooted Idea that she must never he Indebted lo anyone." It is just us important in any friendship (o be able to accept graciously as to give graciously. Working women shouldn't overlook •that. Not if they want to have worm iitu) lasting friendships, independence In Ihe business world Is BUMI. In the social world It is belter to relax a little. ' FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1917 ffi . •'] It Adele Marn h;is to use. her "m.'ul money," she'll bo pro. pared. Film starlet demonstrates n sheer nylon slocking equipped with n zipper .nicl pocket. Osccola News M:s. John Allen and Mrs Mil- Ion Janes were in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. William Bard Edrinjjton lias r gonc to Little Rock to visit her lather. R. Snow Wilson. •B. A. Cox is ill at tlie home of his daughter, Mrs. Betty Nolle Starr ,011 Seemmes Ave. •Mrs. Arthur Brickey leit ycstcf- dUy for Memphis to spend several clays. While there, she will are several of me .vmn-gci sol. Goim: n.s guests of Mac \villiuuis were liosco craflon, Opor<r_- Miiir. Fraiici'ii Fields, w.uidn Smith anci Bothy Peterson. Miss jane McLcod Is ill. ^ HOT FlASHfS? Women InyourMOV— Oils grcnt mcill- eltn! I.s /amaas to rullcvc hot flnslics. lierroiis tpiislra—wlicii due ia the runcllonul •lnl«dlo-a B ,!' |H. r l o d MCU- ,.11-ar lo women. Worth Irytnyl LWM f. PINKHAM'S "SSSK& DELTA CAFE So. Highway 61 Phone 3685 ARMORY HALL Admission 75c Person Admission 75c Person Sponsored by BlytheVille's Jaycees consult her physician. Condition of Mrs, A. 13. Neiv- man is improved. Motorists Protest Gas Price Boosts '!!>• FHK11 KUM.KV ,,,. ''' reSS S '" ff t-'UTPSllOIHlcnl WASHINGTON, March 21. (UP) —Tlie msloring publi: is unpry over rislttj; gasoline prices and ' is asking tlie Justice Department lo <io something about it. Acting 'Attorney Genera! 'n.iu«- ias \V. MtGrcgory told Die United Press dial the department was receiving more ami more complaints against recent price increases and was determining what it could do "TlMi situation on prices of (,'as- olme throughout the count-v is under study of the anil-trust division," Mr.Grejror said. -That's all \VP can sny at this time •• The anlMviist division, it was •nndorsloori. is seeking t o drtermun- whether tlie increases were due lo collusion among the molar oil companies. It also is studying whether any other act.-; illogui m-der the anti-trust laws were involved On a nationwide basis t | 1( , vti<:f of high (cst gasoline now averages i-boul 1.7 cents i>« r , !a i] (>1 , more Um " " year a;;o. The rrice or standard priKles is i:p ahout tlit- snnic. In some ureas, the iirwire.s nave totaled well over two cents a gallon. McGregor said no f ormril „„„_ nlaint had b-cn rereivcd Urns fn: from o.ov. Earl Warren of California. Warren said yestcrrtav that the .8 cent n frailon increase just made effective in hi s , st ate wa, a steal" and that lie was wiiW to ake I he matter n-j with Hie Justic" Denarf.nicnt. " The American AniomcOile Association said the national average re ni] price on March ,. :; asc(i 0,1 Plices in so representative cities throughout the country was 21 93 vents n gallon for standard grade •IT; r C ' ' A yrar * K °' ""-ardinj; to •AAA figures, it «-as 202' * WE BUY ' * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS > FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Slain 1'lionc 2187 MIBNIGHTlNlT Ulylhevillc, Ark. NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK Wednesdays, J-Mdavs, and Sa Free?! Nortli Higliway Cl 4ARD-TO-GET ITEMS Steel Krissors. I'oslal Scales—Loch Duvcs Small Filing Cabinet:; Kneed O'l'rint Duplicalors Stutiiincry Noreross Creeling Card.'; SAMUEL F, NORRIS ?f'"llnK Office Supplies 122 North Second Box Office Opens at S:3fJ Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts l;i; Continuum Shnws Sat. and Sun. Bargain Nigbt Every Night Escept Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Itoxy. J.a.sf Time Today Gentleman with Rev JMrmuli and I.illi rainier Also Shorts Saturday 2-F1STED THRILLS! lohnnj Stop II Out mlh a Ea.,6 of Biulal Killer Shipment of Bassinettes Jusf ir >5 THE TOT SHOP j 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2308 Continuous Shows Every Day liox Office Opens 1 :<I5 Sltow SiarCs 2:00 L1.STEN TO KLCN' 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. i:30 p.m. L:isl Tiine Today with Uosaliml liusscll .mil Alevandi-r Knov rarumuunl News anil Shorts CmUinuim.s Sliuwlug i-IveryUuy Salunliiy m*** :^'1"5* f'nnfd Shows 12:30-1 l::in Serial: "Son of Guardsman" Xi>. 1 anil Sluirl Serial: "Misfcrimis IVIo. M." Xo. (i am) {jlior Conl'd .Sliniv-i Sal. l^.-.^O SUNDAY X- MONDAY A r.ISC fit'OS ' 6UITA • BARRY SUU1VAH BOSIld GRANVIIU • AtBERf DtKKCR eiiGtlif,.P«llf D(.. v Fo* News and Selected Short ConUncon* Showing Sun. 1:15 to l) rarnmount Selected Short Subjects Continuous Show Sun, 1:15-11:00

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