The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1947 · Page 3
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'^MONDAY, MAliCII 2-J, I'M? BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SOUTH AMERICAN STYLE Martha Rose Mead Observes Birthday Saturday \va s H MB day for Mar- t'm Rose Mead, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mend, when she celebrated her fourth birthday. In observance of the occasion, lier eriinciiiiothcr. Mrs. C. G. Henderson S.?Joplm, MO., came to Blylhe- v'Hc to give a party for Martha Rose at the homo of her parents at- 411 North Division. Attending the party were 15 of t!ic guest of honor's friends. Tlioy spent the evening playing games and hiding Easter 'eggs. Favors were presented to each guest. Assisting Mrs. Henderson were Mrs. Mend, Mrs. G. G. Saliba, Mrs. Jack Salibn and daughter, nubble Jean Saliba, and Mrs. Fred Saliba. • • • Mrs. Jones Speaker At P. E. 0. Mecling " — " " . . Mrs. Rlley n. jones of Mpi'lla discussed "Tnuviportnlloii n{ Tn. morrow" Friday at tile luncheon meeting of Chapter N, F. E. O. .Sisterhood at the home of Mis, Elton Kirby when Mrs. Kirby ami Mrs. w. L. Homer were hos'esscs. Mrs. Jones spoke of air travel of tomorrow, pointing out . ihatJ numerous new inventions foi- ;iir travel had recently been completed. She discussed also, the organization of cc-r.-.ncrciaT alt. lint's. The Kirov home'.' '606 Chickasawba, was decorated -,vith arrangements or v_-::ps and s::ap. dragons. The H members pivsci", included Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Joncsboro, formerly of Blylheville. Charles crlgger. prcsklciiv. charge of the business session. • • k Mrs. Wren Entertains Jolly Eight Members Mrs. clco Wren was hostess Thursday afternoon to members of the jolly Eight Club at her home on Highway 18 West. Mrs. Groi-er Wren won high score in rook games, second Observe Golden Wedding Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Catdn-cll, who recently observed their EOin wedding anniversary, cc:c-j«ucd the occasion witii an -open house" it their home on clear Lake Road. Mr. ami Mrs. Caldwcll have made their homo near here for 34 years. was won by Mrs. T. w. Goforth tol , c . Pc; v Mo and rooko by Mrs. Harold Hinson. Cast Announced For Y Ministrels Next Thursday Names of members of the cast in the "Y Minslrels of 1947" to b: presented, Thursday night. B o':lcck. in the Y rooms of Oily Hali were announced today. The ''Minstrels " imucr direction nf 1171 "Hie hostess served course with punch. dessert Millie Hartson Wed To Caruthersvillc Man Anno\ihcement has heen made of the marriage of Miss Millie iJarLson. daughter of -Mrs. -Nona Hartson of Cooler, • Mo"., to Eugene King, son cf Mr. and Mrs. Prcd King of Ciruthersville, Mo. The .wedding was solemnised , by thc Y Juilior ' Choral Club. sponsored s and the Charles M;Daniel Jr., will be the interlocutor while Bufortl Young will play the part of Mr. Eauvig- gie; Marvin Boss, that of Mr. Avalanche; <Ben Young, Mr. Pan- tail; B:biy M:Danicl, Mr. Cannonball; Sue Stanficld, Miss Darling .and Prances Dn'.vrly, Miss Buddtup. Soloists will be Mary Ann Parks at£ Jo- Eatoii and. Mary Margaret drf. "Dancers will" be Paf fleam' Ronald Phillips Garroit. and Bcttv Lee Telephone Company. "•"Mr. King is a Navy veteran. 78th Birthday Occasion For Key Family Reunion Members of the w. A. Key family gathered in Sleele, Mo., for a family reunion yesterday when Mr. Key celebrated "his 78th birthday. The reunion was held at thc hcme of his son, Walter Key. Five ir.ore of hi.s children present \vr*re Mrs. May Key Bell aim Mrs. William Van Winkle, both of Hlj'the- villc; Mrs. Ophelia " Kilbourn of Stcelc and Alfred and Luther Key of Santa Fc. Calif. Also attending from Blytheville »vre Mr. Van winkle and Carl La.v ami family. •Men's Club of First Presbyterian Church meeting tonight, 7:30 o'clock at thc church. Watkins, Ann Hester, irarold Hon- cycutt, Charles Phillips, Jimmic Phillips and Alec Trotter. June Committees making prerarations for the rrcsentatioii include the program committee, made up (Jf Bufcrd Young. Mary Margaret Auten. Carol .Ann Bailcv. Charles McDaniel Jr.. and Joe Elkins, and' the ticket committee is composed of Barbara Cullison and Joe Elkins. Harold Honcycutb will b= iti elmr;:e of sights and curtain; Jim- mj- Phillips, Sue Stanficlcd. Carol Ann Bniley, in charge of props; nalton Powlston, Nancy Damon and R»nr.,vll Phillips, stagijig, and Alice Snhba, Juno SI ires. Charles MrDaniel Jr., make up. Daughter Born to Wises Mr. and Mrs. Llojxl H. Wise of Tnscnloosa. Ala., are parents ot n daughter born Saturday in Tuscaloosa. Their first child, slii h :ls been named Julia' Patricia. Mrs. Wise Is the_ former Mis.s Julia Mac Fears cf St. Louis ov.il Mr. Wise, formerly of Blytlicvilie is Ihc son of Mr. and Mrs. Llovcl V Wise. 1033 West Chickasaivba'. Teachers Hear Educator at Osceola Meeting OSCEOLA. March 24.—Dr. Jennie Milton of thc extension department of University of Arkaivi.n. spoke to 30 teachers here Saturday' at a meeting of the Eastern Arkansas Chapter Association of Childhood Education. A discussion of visual machines and materials for student work was led by a group of. Wilson teacners Taking part were Miss Ruby Berry, Miss Louise Phillips, Miss Alice Turtle and Mrs. D. Anderson. Strip film, sixteen millimeter and tlolin- eascope or opaque projectors weie demonstrated. Schools represented were Oritl«r Hughes, Victoria, West Memphis' Wilso'iV; osceofa" mid^blytheville A luncheon was served in the new grade school cafeteria. Mrs. Elizabeth Halstead attended from Btylhcvillc. Coming Events COTIKECTIOX Club Eight meetincr w lth r Jesse M. white. Junior High PTA meetng at. tho High school, 3 o'clock. Sirs. Russeil iraynes rarr oiilcr- taininj; Tri-Town Bridge Club. Mrs. Charles Crigger liostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. WEDNESDAY Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. E. R. Lnnca shire, 1 o'clock. Mrs. Baker Wilson hostess lo Wednesday Bridge Chib. Mrs. Fred Rutherford hostess tc Town and Country Bridge Club. THURSDAY Mrs. Marvin Nunn entertains Oc tctte Club. Mrs. B. D. Hughes hostess tc. Thursday club. Mid-Week Club meeting '.vith Mrs C. A. ^Cunningham. • Thursday Contract Club membcrt Blltests of Mrs. F. B. Joyncr. GNB Club meeting with Mrs. J C Exquisite (win wedding bauds pricrd special for the March bride .Mid Broom. Choose from our larcc selection of twin wedding bunds at this amazing price. Credit co^ts you nothing extra. Included DREIEUS MRR! II rr J tu s . . . \Vrar Ilinituinds 3U> WEbT. MAIV 5T. *TO«U W BLTIIiMrVM, M3«MI) ANC Ol TIM£D TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE Bits of News Mostly ..Condition of Mis, naleiuti Syl-, vi'-sier, who imdenvcnl a major oj>- erulion Saturday ut Memphis MHhodist Hosjiiial, is sntisfaclory. Mr. Sylvester Is with her, Mr. and Mrs, J. D, Smith .spent yesterday in CanUvell, Mo., with relatives. . .Mrs. Gcorno M. Stihvell and 'Mrs. Iverson .Morris will leave tomor-' roiv niornlii B for Paraeollld to attend the North Arkansas Conference of the Woman's Society nf Christian Seivlce of the Methodist. Cliuivli, Mrs. Slilwell Is 11 deleKale as president of the T,akc SI reel WSCS and Mrs. Morris a delegate as student director ol the Lake Street Church. 'Mr. and Mrs. v. D. Foster had as their weekend isiiesls Dr. and Mrs. Isoycl Peiry of Lincoln. III,, and Mr. and Mrs. Camp'jcll Holton Of lilOC'llllllflOl), 111. Mrs. J. n. Jones has returned lo lier hc.me in St. Louis after linv-. ins b^cn here as the Kuesl of her mother, Mrs. N, J. Neal. and sister. Mrs. C5eor B c M. Stilwell atuf family. She WHS accompanied home by iier mother. I 'Mrs. John Hen no-mar and children, Johnny and Len. of Tusca-l loosa, Ala., arrived today to l>e the HKe.sls of Mrs. Botnar's parents, nr. and Mrs. I,. H. Moore, for two weeks. Mrs. C. G. Henderson of Joplhi, Mo., was the weekend e,ucst of her .son. James Mead, and family. Mrs. E. M. negenold has returned from Florida, wh-jrc she has been vacationing. At The Hospitals KLVTHEVILM; HOSPITAL Admitted: Hoiial<| Nelson. Armorel. Charles Rursell cahuon, Holland. Mo. Mrs. Hosie Nave, city. Dismissetl: J. L. G\mn. city. Walter Harris. Stccle, Mo. L. M. Speck, city. liilly Baker. c lty. Rossctta fjovc, city. Nell Fason, Tyler. Mo. Mrs. JacK aurgcjis a nd baby, Manila. Mrs. Otto Guthrle, Manila. Mis. \V. n. Clousc. city. Esther Sharpe, city. Prince .Johnson, city WAILS HOSl'VrAL Dismissed: Mrs. Cecil Byrii. cooler. Mo. Roy Rogers, Manila. J. E. Ridley, East Prairie, Mo. Mrs. Frc ( | Talkliigton, Hayti, Mo. J. H. Champion, Dell. Mrs. Klla Hubbard, Dell SIEiMl'HIS IIAPTIST HOSI'lTAI, Dismissed: Mrs. C. G. smith. Joiner. Jlr.s. Dave Silverblatt, Osceola. Mrs. fl. w. Butler. Osceola. J. L. Mclvln, Blylhcvillc MEMl'HIS MKTIIODIST HOSI'ITAfi Dismissed: Doiina Stewart, Blylhcville, A. E. McCortnick, Osceola. Hershell Higginbotliain. Joiner. Frazier. FRIDAY Senior Hiali PTA study course at. the home of Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe with the Rev. IZ. Scott Baird as teacher. -Knotin home remedy for y relieving miseries ot *' children's colds. Prelly tmcl Ulon.Ic AnfroU Greene, Wnrncr ttrothcn stnrlet, »el» the slyle for «prii\]r in iUi» below-tlie.kneo «un hack piny ilro» done in ftmart colton prinlctl in South American dciigni. Tlio coloring of the print il hi ilindci of red, jiuriilc, gold, and green on * chalky wKLta bacU B round. Steefc News Dr. and Mrs. John callahnn who have been inakinn their home in, Ne.i- Mexico for several months, have returned lo steele to reside. Condition of Sims Miclile. who underwent a major operation last week at Walls Hospital In uiyihc- vllle. Is much Improved. Paul Glenn McCulchen. Ktndent at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. was the guest a few days of Ills falliei'. Dr. P. p. McCutchen, and sister. Mrs. Hert Wells. Joe M. Michie, student nt Unl- PAGE TilKEB We the Women iiy inrru MIM.KTT NKA SlalT M'rllei A yonni! New York nrllit. In u - i:ent tlnide against (lie "moilem i;lrl," suld ihiii in,. M Wlml honesty In a woinnii "flril mid tore,nost." 't'lnit muy bt wind they THINK tlu-y wiuil. llnl HJ eoLnplelely lione^l A w (i in n n w D n i d never get .1 nnui In I lie niu«r, much' lew hold i»i to 1 ' , lilin iirit<r\vnt'il. | Women .ire Mich imictlrnl. eaten-' . liitiMB n-iitlilrcs I" 1 "' MllleM that if they were eompletelj 1 homsl wllli men about Ihelr motives mid reactions it \vouid M'tive the im'n lo deiilh. A Klrl lakes « IIIIIB look In lier mirror omt iiuy und deckles U Is time for her lo net u Husband, r-'rom ihu moment Unit deeislon is aiad.'. every man she meets Is po- tenlliil Im^hiind material. \S'illi a calculating eye she nicks the man she wants mid then sets out tii tmikc him Cull In love v.i(h her, It she were linne.st \vnli ihe man nt this point. ulxml her In- U'lHIons mid lier reasons for \v:inl- inK In };el jnnrrk'd, hi- u'ouH run i» mile. And so U ROCS — from I lie Ih.st meethiK la Hie silver wcddlnK anniversary mid heyond. Women don'l Klve men honesty, because Ihey lire Intuitively wise enouidi lo kt-uw that Isn't what men wnnt from \voincn. And they know (hut If they don't Kivc men wlmt they want, the men will find other women wlio will. .IUST TRV IT THKN! Men want u vvomun lo let tlwm )l«)(l on lo mi Iderdlncd pijttiru of lier. They wnnt women who can make themselves look Ixnlcr tlmn they are. They want a woman to he u "woman," not un Individual—but a woman who reacl.s In tile UKyri a woman tr, supposed lo react. Wlinl I tic niilst really meant Is that men wiuil a r;lrl In ^Ive the fmprcsslon of being complclely honest. They want her to l» .\ uood enough nctress to make lier play verelty of Alabama, Titscaloo.su, tpent n tew days us miesl, o[ his parents, Mr. mm Mrs. Sims Micbie, and sister, Marlanna. Mrs. Hessie Oales has returned home from -Long Ijjnch, CiilU., after spending several months there Say Goodbye to - rAT / unsightly rAl/ Gyroducc for Hcaith! Hale your rcflectlrm in the minor? Von can see it Inches slimmer hi just a few weeks' lime, if you be|;ln our Gyriiduciiiy treatment this week. No medicine lo take, no brulRini; massage no diet just relax and let the gentle Gyro Waves do the' icst. CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP 311 No. Second St. Phone 2592 ScreamingWcmon Leaves Officers With Red Faces KOSIA'N, N, Y., March 24-iUl>> -Miuuk 1 Htevciison. M-year-nld •"tin Island socliiltie, \vu s under suspended sentence today with a iiwii wjuntiii; from illstiict court o relraln from fuiiiru 5i.inl--.imle fuolraces with policemen «-litl« scieamlinj that she was telng raii- I'hc policemen complained Hint, | '>' were eniharrassed by heads PopiihiK out of bedroom windows in ihe Sunday diuvn to wuicli them •nase the u'riMiiiitni; Miss .Stevenson down Hie boulevard. Their only notlve was ( 0 put some eloihes on lier. .'tidee Alljert C. Moove held n Sunday session O t Ulsirlet Coml l» lirar tllMirdci'ly toiiduct dial lies iiwlnsl Hie duufihtt-r of polo player ^ilc'olm mi'ven,so:i ( ,nc( dlvorc'tif wile o[ o. C!l(lord West. Ho ijave J^ l 'r _ i|_smin.')iili-il M-nieiK-f niter lu'llnj; st-em real, lint they aren't yet ready [;,r honesly In women, not In isri. Any woman who donliis lids mlr.ht Jnst try belnn complelely |u,ne,l with n mun for n week -. M' i.lie fun ullord to lose him. Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP riionu'2308 • I SUII YOU 1LIACH TIIIM TO* IONOI5T Lift \ -• Don't blcacli tin H/iPSH WA» wllh uncoidroltcil bleaches An uiiciinuollcil likjcli, di,M v.iiici in Mrcnj;[l,. may CLUISC you 10 ortrli/tiK/i your coilons an<l linens. Tliis oxulizcs fjluic itiicjils. Tlicy wcjtcaaad suoa luy oat. Bluch the OENTU WAV • with Controlled.Adieu Purexl lively bonlc of 1'uicx ll.is llic $.unc sucii^di, same totrccc hltMcIiini; aciion. Used us tliiccicil, I'urc's nirtr ovcililcichcs. It proviJcs Comrollcd Acn'nn bcc-msc it's |ni- lificil ami si,i|]ili/cil [>)• ilic Imrjfil P;occi$, r.vrJruirf with I'nrcx. Cotton.' niul linens come out ficsh, st-iin-ficc nm[ snowy. /:,ny i a • use!...no harder on ihiaijs ihari ordiiuiy washing. Al )onr £rattr's. THE COHIROUED.ACIION BLEACH OtHTlI TO LINENS THE PURtx •BEAUTr BATH/J the jhftl'lf, triatl- ern tt'ny lo cle.rn iiiiJilinnfiilliub- en anil btttbroctn. m sink anil NEV/ CAR? MAYBE SOON . . . MAYBE NOT Who knows how long it will be before wo can all buy new aulomobiles? In (he meantime, you don') rmvo to ur ; habh ^ car - D '>« the "old bus" into our shop . -^ \\ilh new, quality aulomolive finishes, we're "oil 'o give you !h 6 flnesl refiriihing job you ever sawl You'll ogain be proud lo drive it! We Specialize in— Truck and Trailer Painting Also 217 So. Second Phone 422 Give the Old Bus A SPRING PAINT-UP JOB! We ti.sc only Ihc lie.sl <|ii;ilily utiloniolive l>;iin(s . . . paints [hat will give your tnr real heauly, u laslin^ finish anil increase ils value An [he present luiirkcl. Don't waif until we're fnll-up to |,,iiiir your car arounil, pick up your phone and call 122 now—ride in a new-likc car! P. T. HANEY, Service Mgr. Dodf/e, Plymouth, find Dodge "Job-Rated" Trucks , BLYTHEVILLi MOTOR CO. Gulf Gas—Wrecker Service—Fisk Tiros HARD-TO-GET ITEMS Sli'i'l Scissors Postal Si'illrs— l.oi'li Hnvc.1 Kniiill I'llliiB CatilnelH ,S|«'eil O'lYInt l)ii|illi.u(urs . Stationery IVumuv; <;ri'rtln K Ciirdlt SAMUEL F. NORRIS Vrlnlliiit. Offlro .'Wi'l'lloj 1« Niirtli Seeimil Conli'iiioiis Shows Kvcry liny Itux Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:0(1 I.ISTDN TO Kl.CN 8:00 H.IH. ISSMS ,,,,„. 4:JO pla Ijisl Time Today SUSPENSE with lli'llta anil Harry Sullivan I'aramnnnl Ncna Sckel«l Sliiirl Suujcc(js Cnuttiiuuu3 BhunTiic Kvcrja»y T.ucsiiuy iiiiu ">Veilues(la>, t FBANX UORJACt'i IflM a ¥ iij/i»rn V!' '\511 iiYS'"- mm YOU r . inltCHMJCOtOD-. .i - Conllnuoiis Showitiif Evcryila'y HOY Office Oiiens at C:30 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. llartrain Night livery Nlfiht Elccjit Saturday. *Vo passes honored on Sunday at the Koxj. Last Time Totlily Sun Valley with Snnj.i Itcnic ami John Payne Fo.x News and Selected Shor» Tucsthiy ;tntl Wcdnes:Iny Chasers , with .Mavii- KosenbloDni and anil Billy Gilbert

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