The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1947 · Page 2
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PAGE TVVf) BLYTHJEVLLLE (ARK.) s fJOURIBK KBWB Beta Club Observes , - ., Annual Date Night Annual Date Night was observed last night by.the Boys Beta Club of Blythevlllc' High School when they entertained will! a supper dance at ' tte..woman's. Club. ' Invocation . was given by Free- nlfin Jeruigan, the welcome by ', George Pollpck and response by Jo . Ann Shanks. 1 Entertaining rooms were deca- ;'rated with crepe pti|j«r and Sprini; ', lldwoj-s. nnd the speakers! table ? atKl 'serving table .were centered with -low bowls of jonquils and , g^egr/ry: ' Miniature similar -ar, rangC'inents were 'used on the .small • tables at which the guests were sfetca. •'•• • • A feature of the evening was a •quartette made up of Freeman J«r- •nigsn, -R. C. Allen, Carroll Evans • arid Uirtimie Heliry.'>ho sang their . own 'version of the Beta Song and ; "I Don't."., -. New- members who received their membership cards, pins and pledges T.cre R. q. Allen, Billy Bob Elliott, Carroll Evans, Jiinrnic Lowe, Jim! mie ; Lancashire, Gerald Blomeyer, P. D. Foster, Bobby Coleman, Man ; Williams, Prentis Jernigan. Howard i Bailey, Dickie Grcenwell, c. G. Reci- juian, Mos? Simon and Jack Elhott. I Miss: ; Ros4 M. .Hardy, principal, -.was 'a special 'guest of tlie otca- jstois. Miss Opal Woodcock is s'jon- [sgr of Tlie club'. Mb. Fowlston Speaks |\t Sorority Meeting Mrs.-/ pallln.. C. Fowlston dis- Kathleen Thomas Wed pclta Chapter of Beta Sigma phi •.yesterday afternoon at the ciub- " 'opm. Guests for the pccaslpn Included Mrs. Sam Haggard and Mrs. Dan rlamner, both of Osceoia, Mrs F B. Utley, Mrs. H. E. Towles, MKs June Gosnell, nnd Mrs William 5J. Hisriey of Excc|sior Springs, jMo houseeuest of her daughter, ,Mrs Gilbcit Hammock, and Mr jHi"amock 5 Pouquets of Jonquils decorated Jthe^eiubroom Refreshments were -vserved. Mrs Hammock, president, had ; charge of the meeting . - • • Iiss Wright Honored -With Dinner Paity , Mij-s Era Wright, bride-elect of -Horace Coffer' of Trimble, Tenu, Mrs. Roy Clyde Turner jr., was before her marriage March n Thomas, daughter of Mrs. Kathleen OglesOy Thomas and Los Angeles. Both Mr. and Mrs. Turner are students at University of Arkansas, Faycllcvllle. from where they will be graduated this Summer. Bits of News twere served : at the dining room ' ; table, draped with a pink satin x domask cloth and•, centered with fan arrangement carrying out the ^bridal motif. ^Parents of Daughter The daughter ,,01-n t o Mr, and JMrs. Clint Anderson has been '.named Barbara Ann. • Mrs. Anderson is th c former Miss ,'Manola Williams,. daughter of Mr ;and Mrs. V. C. Williams of Bly- .tbevllle. " Just isn't complete without colored eggs, bunnies and Hallmark Easter Cards Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Shane Have Bridge Luncheon Mrs. B. A..Lynch and Mrs. Cecil Shane entertainer] yesterday at the Lynch home, 1115 West Main, with one of the largest bridge parties of the season when [hey were hostesses vllh a bridge luncheon to 24 guests. Decorations or Spring flower arrangements and .pained violets on place cards welcomed thc Spring season nhd heralded the Easter holiday. Bouquets .of jomjuils were placed throughout the horns and *l "vases of Jonquils and jacinths centered each ta-1 t The two-course luncheon was at small tables. Guests ln- Mrs. Godfrey White of Os- j £eola and Mrs. Jim Grain of Wilson, . Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. E.' B. Gee, .'who held hlfih score, Mrs. EHonV.K'lrby. second high, and VMrs. B. R. Lancashire, low. : • • • Dr. Vise Reviews Book At Womans Club Meet Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi'of Temple Israel, reviewed the book "Miracle of the Bells" by Russell Janr.ny. yesterday at thc Woman's Club meeting at the clubhouse. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Mrs. Erwin Jones and Mrs. Jesse M. White. In the business session, p'nns were discussed for the state convention of Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs to b= held here April 22 and 23. * » * Osceoia Music Group Will Attend Festival OSCEOLA, Ark.. March 29 -Osceola High School will be represented in thc Northeast Arknnim Band Festival to be held April "n in Forrest City. The entire music oreani7.ilinn will attend, H. E. Daughcrty, director, said. Navy Veteran Takes Post With Jewelry Firm Here Smcad Hudnian, formerly of Memphis, has accepted the position of watch repairman at Drcifus Jewelry- Co.. 31C West Main St. Mr. Hudman is a veteran of five and a half yean; service in thc Naval Air Corpi with live years overseas. A disabled veteran, Mr. -Hudman was shot down six times in the Pacific. He has ha<l 1! years experience as a watch repairman. Mrs. Hudnian and their daughters will Join him here when housing facilitle arc available. Osceoia Girl Initiated Irito French Society. "; l ,l : OSCEOL'A, March 20. — Miss Betty CJwaltney. student rxt Duke University, has been initiated into Ian Psl Omega, national French honorary society. i She is one of 25 students *lio had a B average in second year French. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Gwnltney of Osceoia. Rev. J. Albert Got/in To Specirf at Church Here The Rev. J. Albert Gatlin. dls- .rlct superintendent of the Jonts- boro District oi thc Methodist ihurcli, will be guest speaker lo- morrow night. 7:30 o'clock, at First Methodist Church here. Following tlie service, lie will conduct a business session of the •;cond Quarterly Conference. Shipment «>f Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP Phone 2308 105 S. 2nd. Oscco/o News Mrs. Madeline P. Campbell, executive secretary of American Ret Cross, and Mrs. Claude Lloyd 01 the Department of Welfare" Y -ert among those who attended tho VrKansai Association District No 4 meeting of social workers today n Jonesboro. Mrs. Harry Klrby, Mr)?. Harry Brooks and nephew, Bill Toin Brooks, spent yesterday in Paragould as guests of Mrs. Kirby's mother, Mrs. J. B. Wllborn. Mrs. Martha B. Graves left yesterday lo spend the weekend with her mother, Mrs. J. W. Baker, in AberdPBii, Miss; • ' '•' Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Weblj le(t yesterday mornjnt! by plane from Memphis for Jacksonville and otlii>r points In Florida, where they wi|l spend a ten-day vacation. ! ' Mrs. Louise Crane Hiler left last night for Brownsville, Tcnn., where slie will be th'e guest of Mr. nun Mrs. Bill Lancaster for a few day.*. En route h'piric, she will meet he'r father. C. J: Crane, in Memphis .ind lie will accompany her here. Mr. Crane has been vacationing In Florida. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hood of Eu- l>6ia, Miss., nnd Mrs. Lester Bowcii of Mobile, Ala., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lamb and Mr. and Mrs. James B. Anderson and baby, Jimmy. Charles Wright lias relumed to Tupcjo. Miss, .after having beeii the guest of.his grandmother, Mrs. J. W. Wright, and aunt, Miss Mary Sue Wright, here. Capt. and Mrs. R. Z. Grimes and (laughter, Da!e; -will arrive tomorrow from Panama City, Pla., to be the guests several days, of Mrs. Grimes' parents, Dr. arid Mrs. L H Moore, 1020 West Main. :' Mrs. C. G. Redman, executive secretary of Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, has re> turned from Little Rock, where sh'e attendee!-a two-day workshop i)t tho Association. Miss Zula plee- man, former .Arkansas and now with Ih'c Port Worth, Texas Tuberculosis Association, was a teacher.' Paul Davis; who was recently discharged from the army in California, has returned to Ulythcvllle to make his home. Mr. Davis served in Korea w ith the Infantry. Miss Frances Angleton, of Memphis, is spending the weekend with her. grandmother, Mrs. Delia Ozec, prior to going to New Or^ leans, where she will complete her training in the Cadet Nurse Corps, at the veterans hospital there. She was previously :.t the Methodist^ Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyett dtfii of. Miles, Mich., formerly .of B«S -fhcville:;are:,srfcnafiie' a .VeeVihcS' with relatives' ahd friends. Mrs.' Boyett is the former Betty RI6J& arrison: ' . ' Thc Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Brown have returned from Parngould, where the Rev. Mr. Brown has been conducting an evangelistic meeting: Mrs. Tom Jackson, Mrs. Harry Fritzius, Mrs. E. w. Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Seenian -ivnt yesterday in Memphis. .,< Miss Clarice Willbanks, student at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, will be tlie weekend guest of Miss Dortha Bogan. WARNING OnnF.K The defendant. Charles E Cro-'t- cr, is hereby warned -.a appe.i/'in tlie Chancery Court for the Chini;a- sawba District of Mississippi Coun- tv, Arkansas, within Thirty (30) the^ plaintiff, Frances Elizabeth Crocker, and upon his failure lo do so, said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand as clerk of the Chancery Court, Mississippi County Arkansas, ahd the seal of said Cou-i. this 28th day of March, 1047 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. 3'i29-4]5-S2-19 Dixie Cream Donut Shop announces "Ar Delicious * Nutritious _ ~- v ^. — ^. — ^^ RADIO REPAIR ,. ON MAKE OR MODEL RELIABLE PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHM Electrical c«. X«t»rMt 1C6 Socth Vail «i ~-aW. TRY ONE TODAY! ANOTHER DEALER'S AUCtlS Jj-sr No Registration Fee TUESDAY, APRIL 1st Bring your cars or trucks one day previous to sale day - for Further Information Call ^Across From Dixieland Service at Holland, Mo. Princess Moicfel Even a princess' iaste runs Irue to form in hats. PrThcess Elizabeth wears one of her new ones during llic -royal family's tour ' of South Africa; Coming Events MONDAY Woman's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church meeting?' at the church for community mission service, 2:30 o'clock. OEO Club meeting with Mrs. J. .Ellis. Jr. Woman's' Missionary Society o! First Baptist Church meeting at the church, 2:30 o'clock. Young Woman's Association of First Baptist Church will have party at the church. TUESDAY fit. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary mecUng.wllh Mrs. Lewis Hubener, 1:30 p.m. Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist church will have special prayer meeting at the church. 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Mel Brooks jr., hostess to Tri-Town Bridge Club. Mrs. Riley B. Jones entertaliiinp uesrtny Bridge Club at home of Mrs.. Murray Smart. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Graham Suclbury. WEDNESDAY Town and Country club entertained by Mrs. G. O. caudlll. THURSDAY Mrs. n. A. copeland hostess lo Jo'lv Fieht Club. MId-Week Club meeting with Mrs. c. A. Cunningham. Mrs. G. G. Caudlll hostess to Thursday Contract club. Son Born to Larkinses , Relatives here have received wor:l of a son born March 19 to Mr, nnd Mrs. Ray E. Larkius of Mina, Ne- I'ada. The baby, their first child, liad.not been named. Mr. Lai-kins is' thc son of Mrs W. E. Larkins of Blytheville. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1947 We the Women BY RUTH MILI.KTT NEA Staff Writer A woman reader wants me to write, a column she can put In an envelope and mail to the parents of the young kids in her nclglibor- hyod. Though she -has complained of tlie noise they make and told their parents to keep thcm out of hf>1 ' J ' al ' u ' tne ki(!s sU]i bother her. She is parlicu- larly upset because two children helped Ruffi Itlillefi limn selves to some of herllow- s. Well, I'll-write tile piece, but if 11 Bets mailed to anybody In that reader's home town, it will m-ob- ably bo (o her. There Is someone like her in almost every neighborhood. Their lawns are too beautiful to be trampled on by the feet of children. Though they may 1,0 able to tolerate n loud radio and the din of traffic, the shrill voices of children at piny set them wild CULTIVATE KIDS So all that I can say (o the woman who doesn't want to be annoyed by neighborhood youngsters is this: You are lucky to have children living around you. Give them half^a chance, and they'll help make a human being of you. Instead of complaining la their parents the next time they come in your yard, offer [hern cookies and get acquainted. The genuine liking of the kids In your neighborhood would do far more to bring some beauty into your life than an unmolested flower garden, cultivate .the kids for awhile—and forget the flowers. Oranges were originally a pear- shaped fruit about the size of a cherry. Half Moon News Mrs. Charles Wliltcheacl ot Jonosboi'o spent a few 'days us guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Peoples. Johnny join's, who has been vL'iltlng his sister. Mrs. llaiold Mj-nard, In Los Angeles, C-illf., has relumed home. Miss Eiline Klchardson spent a few days In St. Louis witli friends. Condition of Mrs. Joyce M!<- chcll, who iias been ill nl htr homo, Is much improved. Miss E;irline Baker, who has been ill, Is able to be out. Condition of Mrs. Bessie Dich- ardsnn ,who . underwent a 1111:101- operation last week in .Memphis, is much improved. Every child Is color-blind at birlh, and not until two-and-one- n«lr years is the color vision fully developed. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION On M*r:h 21st, 1947, letters of administration upon the estate of James w. Wlritworlii, deceased, were granted to the undersigned Mucus Evrard. whoso address is Suite 219, Ingram B'tiilding. Blytheville, Arkansas. 'All persons having claims against, said estate-are required lo exhibit the same to the administrator, properly authenticated, within six months from the date of the first , publication of this notice, or they ] will be forever barred and pro- I eluded from any benefits in said estate. Rated this 21st day of March 1947. . .'MARCUS EVRARD, Administrator. 3:22-!D-4'5 Late *6> Classify Wonted o,,, .,„,) „,„!,;. Passover to Begin w|f Friday Night -• Passover will start Friday ni?ht Rt'iTemple Israel, Dr. Alfred yj™, rabtai, said today. Regular Sunday services will be lield tomorrow at the Woman's Club. * WE BUY i * WE SELL ! USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS ! FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Blytheville Cabinet Shop 608 No, Highway 67 Now open for business. We specialize in building cabinets, boats and (ruck bodies. We t,ake orders for cabinels to fit your house. We assure you prompt delvcry. J. H. CRIMM G; W. SNVlFT Are You A BLIND BUDGETEER? ould you buy expensive groceries—and ihcn prepare meals carelessly or tastelessly? Of course not! But do you buy expensive clothes—and then expose them lo moln damage? Sonic people, mil yet fiiniilinr with «mr MOMTE Process of Moth-Proof Cleaning, arc making jiibl Ihilt nils- take. They're blind budgclcers! And trial's absolutely nced- ^ I) less now—for our process VI' bolli cleans garments thor-. onghly—and al the same time guards agaihsi moths. Send your clothes lo us noiv! The BLYTHEVILLE Box Office Opens at G:30 Opfns Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sim. Bargain Night Every Night Except S.itnrday. No passes honored on Sunday at the HOST. Saturday Gunman's Code laundry - Dry Cleaners wilh Kirby Grant Serial "Mysterious Mr. M" No. 7 anil Siiprt Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monctn GEORGE RAH JACKIE COOPER New* an<J Selected Short ContinnoB!! Show Sun. l;l:i-Il: SIARD-TO-GET ITEMS Steel Scissors Postal Scales-^-Lock Boxes Small Filing Cabinet* ' Speed O'l'rlnt Duplicators Stationery S'orcross Greeting Curds SAMUEL F, NORRIS FilDitiiK—Office Supplttj 122 North Second Continuous Every Day IJox Office Opens 1 :45 Show Slarts 2:0» LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:«« a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. SATURDAY Landrush with Charles Starrclt Serial "Son of Guardsman" No. 5 and Short Confd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 y and Monday CHARIIS «. ROGERS P ; Mill MUNI ANNE "AUDI BAXTER-RAINS Paramonnt News inn! Selected Short Subject wing Bun. 1:15 to II

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