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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1947
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BLVTHEVTLL3 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS At The Hospital* THURSDAY, APRIL 3, lO-H hurch Woineii to Hold Kiiday Services. Heads for Guam Good Friday pre-Easter prayer nice will be held tomorrow nf- rnoon, 2:30 o'clock, at ihe First < ti'rlsU'an Church by .women of in? > lurches of the--United Council. \ Special features .will include of- • rings for ,woHd missions and Hi" j WJect ''of' sending clothing over- as. - ~, -,, * *. * ai'ty Horiors;Visitors rom Tilscaloosa, Ala. Mrs! John Ben Bomai- o? Tusca- osa, Ala., houseguest of Her |Wits, Dr. .and Mi's. L. 11. Moore, nd Mrs. W. K. Francis, nlv.> o 1 . iiicaloosa and housegueu of her uents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Lil\ 3 end family, were lionored quests ijesoay night when Miss Prances ittle entertained v.ith a bridge They were presented gilts of mud \voodon trays by the hosiers. Ot|ier guests were members of ouble G Club and Mrs. Viames C. unrd, Mrs. Toby LOIIE;, Mrs. Al- Tf Taylor and Mrs. John ijiy Lshop of Dell, Mrs. Thad Nicol Is new member of Ihp club. In| evening games, Mrs. H. A. ort^r won high score pjl?e and rs.'Nicol, second high among club e-mbcrs and Mrs. Taylor, guest The hostess served refreshments sandwiches with a beverage, llub Eight Members pie;st s of Mrs. Jobe «. Paul Jobe was hostess Tucs- tt night to members of club' Eii;!n id shollier guest; XH's. I. O.. W^Look. " ... " . Mrs. H. O. Psivtlow won hlfih e^ prize when bridge was play- lli'i'di'j the ('veiling n»d second gliAvent to Mrs. Wcstbvcok. Airiingements of Sprin;; llosers ecofated the Jobe home for the easion. The hostess served, a oes- rt course. livls Organize Group; arpe it the Kantiiamil 'K.Mitnaniit Orn-Y is liie name aoEtii by fourth, .filth and sixth radp girls for their new Y or- ^Uii.ition, wjiich had a wcincr aast at WalUcr--Paik yestertuvy ftcrnooii to launch its a^tivitir?. )a|C:ump will serve as pres- lent of the KmitiiamH giouj and ther offbers a::e: Peggy D;skin. president; . Virginia Kveretl, nry, 'Gloria Tate, treasurer nd (Bjtty Hemun, reporter. OHicr moiiibers are Marjcrie Par- n,"' Lind^ Brrwley, Barbara ar£*ett and Joyre Bui'nanun. CMK^ ilica saliba is stalt advSior. \ 'arents oi Daughter ~ Mr. and Mrs. Ercley Alford of llythcville arc parents of n daugli- er .born yesterday at Methodist tospital in .Memphis. The baby, [heir first child, has not been ntuti- ]d. Airs. Alford is the former Miss Is Moore. l.ll-WiTS'JP**),.,, WllHum .1. Norton .lr. ( :uul Ills mother^ the former Miss >l;trjorie S(cv«::s, lefl this ^rcck Tor Guam to join Captain Norton, stationed Micro H-ilh ilie Air Co--p.s. Ahs. Ndrtnn "N'ickli:" lcf( ItlytJitivlllc J 1 u i 1 .s il a y for the West Coasl. Thcv uill then K" (ft V.'ttct'Jer E'ichl in Mau:iii, if, mils fioin Honolulu, mill front (here (u CiiKim. iMi~s. Norton has been tnakinj; her home here with her parenlSj Mr. :ind Mrs. Itoss Strvcns. Luxora Churches Plan Sunriss Service Easier I-UXCHA. April 3—The Methodist Church will observe Knsleri with a "Sunrise KI'IVKC" at thol ehureli Sunday mciming at G'..'IO. Special innsl: inieier the direr:lioji of Mrs. T. L. Stanford, will be "•"•i 1 ? ' )v the Youth C'hoir coniiio.i- ed of young people from Ihe dit- *i..eiit cnui;'hi:.s of Luxoi'a. There will be :;>ccl:Vl music by the Br.;;tist Chmvh Choir, under the direction of Mis. Champ Mea-1 dows, a! (he n<I'Ust Church the morning services at 11:00 o'clock. Bits of News Mostly, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson will have us Ihelr weekend liouseguests 1 his sister, 'Miss Allyce Nelson oi Dallas, Texas, and tier guest, Misr, Dismissed: HJ-VTIIKVIU.I: Admitted: P. B. CJiKsom, city. Jlmmie liaker, tlty. Mrs. w. L. KilKBcrnld. city. Connie Crawford, elty. Dismissed; Jnnnie Hutli Ifubbard, eity. Mrs. Noel Todd, city. . James li. ouinin^liain, city. WAI.f-S HOSPITAL UismiKserl : Mrs. Clint Anderson and elty. Norrls Mcnennott, city. BAPTIST HOSl'lTAI/, , AIliMI'HIS Dismissed: '•Mis, Klvols Chanel, Manila. Olin Collin, Manila. MIv'MIODIST HOSI'ITAI, MtftlPIHS toby, Osccola Club Meets In O. W. Knight Home C'iC'E::ij.V Alk., April 2. — Tile O vrol5' r-vogrorisive Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. O. W, Ki.iKhi, wh j V.;LS assislrd in enler- tainh-.i; by Mc.s. O. W. Knl;:ht. Mr;. J. H. L-ivi-nrll, Ms. L. T. l,:i'v- reni'e. Mrs. W. T. Ramsey. Mrs. Joe Rhodes Sr.. Mrs. Joe Rhrrles Jr., Mrs. E. R. P.cid. Mis. A. M. Hogtrs. Mrs. A. S. lingers. Mis. Mrlvin Speck, Mrs. P. T. mid Mrs. W. V. Wcmuik. Alice Mulkoj' of Port Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles 13. Ellis' and infant daughter. Bobbie Mac,' '^'wlll .'lii-mi ihe Easter holidays hero : with Mr. Ellis' parcnls, Mr. anil Mi's. Bert Kills, and his sister. Mrs. Cm Us Freeman. Mr. fillis fornu-ny, made his home here. Mrs. i.ella Davis of Riplcy. Tenn., Is the finest of her daughter, Mrs. liertie Hanks, and son, for 10 days. Mi's. OavLs is en route home from 1'aliH Heacli, pla., where slie spent ilie Winter. filll stovall, student at University of Arkansas, Fayultevilte, will arrive home tonight lo spend Easter wllh his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W. 11. Stoval). Mrs. James T. Brnckhi and Mrs Joe K. Wiiddy will leave tonlnh'. A. D. Price, Osccola. . Slanton f or nolton. Mich., to be the , , of Mr. and All's. John Molinln und Mrs. D. II. !!la:kwood, presiiiciu. in r a , u daiKjlUcr, Jana Kayc. Mrs. Coming Events FRIDAY Chapter N, P. E. O. sislerhood. mcelhif; witli Mrs. Alvin llullman Jr. CHO Club meeting with Mrs. Paul Byrii'm Exi'cullvn Board of Ihe Woman's Missionary union of First Baptist Church meet Inn with Mrs. K. H. Wuoclsou, 2:30 o'clock. SATURDAY American Association of University Women meeting at the Woman's Club, .'i o'clock, with Mrs, Krwin Jones and Mrs. Lucille Mantey as hostesses. Luxora News We the Women Delta Council (Favors Loon _. . I f\ PJf\fiv J-j-iff * *•/ l^fCTtlf LtfOt Mrs. Jones Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests iMrs. Riley B.--Janes of Muiili entertninetl nie.m3>jis of Tuesday BriJb'e Ctvb and" other guests '.vilh on alternoon -bridge ,;>nr'y at the home of Mrs. C. M. Smart, 1C-H West W.dnui. Entertaining i-ooins of Ihe home ue:e df-oi-ated with mixed Spring b^iiquels ot tulips, hyacinths, snap- (b'^^ons and jonquils. Guests other than club members ;ve*c Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mrs. LloycV Whiltaker. , .'Mrs. J.iues held lilali st'ore\ in iTi'ines n!id second higli we'll ^^rs. Cnlfwcll. .: .The- lioslcss terved refreshments. Club Is Eiilerlaincd Mrs. Bill Gilbo conduced :i business session lor (he 30 members present. Plans were discussed for tiic Forrest City District meeting of Women's Chfbs to 1)3 held in Hlj'ihevillc April 22 and 23. The Rev. A. B. Mill, pastor r.l First Baptist Church ol Luxora. :;pokc on Ihe i.-Ymerlcun home and its lelorencs to the problems oi the veterans. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were se-vc;*. MeRnln. Hrackin, let-. Jann Kayc. Ihcy former Miss Lysl::' is Mrs. Brackin's daugii- OIH' reason why high school kid 1 ; so oflen have the upper hand in dealing with. thci|- parents Is that the kid's • are organized, 'the :;arents aren't. ' llr. and Mr 1 ? Jojncs know Dial daiiKhlei Mary, aged 10, shouldn't stay out until 1 or 2 in the morning -•iimply 'because"the other ' Xiils don't have to be in by 12." 'f h e y k n o w. Jim, aged l7/(Rll(h Mirielt shouldn't he' roaring,,,. around at night in Ihe family car, loaded with kids. But Jlni, insists that the other ioys in his class "get to hare the family car several nights a "week." .'-''!,..' They kiiov: sororities'- und fraternities have no place in high schools ,lml llicir children say If they don't belong they'll, ibe left out of everything. And so it goes. The kids are smart, enough lo he organized about their demands. The parents try to fijjlit their battles alone. I'AHHNTS SHOULD IINITK What eevry high school needs is a "Parents' Association," made vip of the parents of all- the kids in s'chool. In a few meetings a year, Vliey conld net together and' decide j what hour t!v«:r kids should get home, how to • outlaw drinking at school parties, and what to do about letting Iheiu have! automobiles fcr their dates. If the jjarent.s stood together, they could enfotve some of the icieas they know arc right, instead GREENVILLE, Miss., April 3 (UP) The Delta Council yesterday asked . Congress to Approve President Truman's request lor a $400.tMO,OJ'J loan lo Greece and Turkey and to five unqualified support to steps to halt Communist expansion and aggression. Copies of a resolution, making Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 % THE TOT SHOP ( 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2308 Mrs. Bowcn Hostess Wit/i Dessert Bridge OSCKC'LA. Ark.. .rf tables of guests w . _, with :l dcsscrl brill] Ross IIughcA student at University ol TL'xns. ivil! spend tile Bas'er holidays \vilh'his parent, Mv. mill Mrs. lloss D. Hughes/lie nrriv.-d loday ill Memphis ,hy plane, where his parcnls met, him. Mi'.s. L. IJ. Chairalin motored l» Memphis yesterday lo meet her son, 3>on, a student at VJniverro'y of Arkansas, who is spending the Easier holidays here with his parents. Bob Peterson, who is a student at University of Arkansas, Fayotte- ville, will arrive tonight to spend the E'istcr hoiki.ivs with hi.s parents. Mr. im:l Mrs. J. T. Peterson. Dr. and Mis. E. R. Bo(;an returned Monday from Ml. Vernon, 111. where they went to visit Dr. norm's imcli- Jot 'Houa.ii, who was of siiecuirtoinc to the "all tlie other • • kids gel, to do so-and-so" pressure of their own teenager's. died while they Maof j n( ~,Q 'v\eerings ill. 'Mr. Uo-jan were there. i Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard,. Mrs. Ilan'y Slanford, Miss Margaret •Moifetl and Charles Stanford Hir.vard were Memphis visitors tills i week. I Junior Fellowship of First Melh•Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ha!! have odist Churcti meeting tomorrow af- returtied from a week's stay in tcrnoon at home of Mrs. M. s. Hcflin with Mrs. •prings. Mr. ami Mrs. John Memphis spent Sunday Hcflin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C .C, Sr, ' Evelyn nickcrson who employed by the government j" Ovk RU.,ie.'Teim., returned there war<ls. 01 party. 1415 East Main, for lawn is' By A>:ril il.—T.vo ere entertained \Vi.d]T«'iv' C -IVii'-I-nnii" ^t M1ss Jel " 1 °' :iric " wno hlls "«•" Gaiurclav i'tlcr a ten-day visit with «'ou si 'join! s,™ ^"i^^™« h *L^ '-• r-™<>. "'• •»••"•**•*. E.,-J. Ecnrcy Mear.won 1,10, ^ks s W C to Mrs. B;ttye Nello Mrs. Bill Gill'" was hostess Tuesday to the Avnlon Bunco Club nt her home when high scorn went to M rs . A. C. Blii>n:hn:d, Ijui'icw to Mrs. \y. H. Chandler n«rt" low to Mrs. Qeorgc Duval. apiins; flo«ers were used in the cn tcrtatning rooms nnrt nn Easter :i ,rtif wns ennied out in other dec- nrntions. The hostess served ;l snlnil To Give Easter Program O3CEOIJA, Ark., April 3.—A program cf special Easter music w-ill ':c -presented at the, morning worship service, 11 o'clock. Sunday .it- her h Mrs. f:C3i-<! jiri/i- and SL'.U'r, second. McBains Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. John MfB:iin ol n°l'pn. MEch.. rot'inej'lv of ntythe- ville, areparents of a rtaunliter liorn Tuesday niL-ht nl l.nih pass IIos;)i- tnl. Untile Crook. Mich. Their first child, she U:is been named Jan.i Kay. Mrs. McHain is the former Miss 1/ystra Brac^in, daushter of Mr. and Mrs. J:\mes 'I'. Urackln. Mr. RfcBatn wns stationed nt Bly- ihevillc Armv Air Field for some time. Fiy'uer, the past two iii'.'kerson. •be up and has ,ji,.. lin<] Mrs Re-burl Ebcrdt of returned to her home in Memp'.ns. Mcn-)>his were guests of Mr.i. 'Mr. ami Mrs. O. N. Hawkins v, 51 , n lfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hins, over the week end. Mr. and Mis. Harry Stanlord and : : A>II, Ed\vanv, \viH leave Thur.;- dav for lCi!;:orc. Texas, lor a visit with Mis. Stanford's mother, Mrs. Easter . William Lucas, and sister, Mrs. ' Eu's-.i'oi'lh vines- G-Ys to Have Egg Hunt Faster will be tin-sewed a day ear- Iv hv meoihers of the Junior O-Y group of nlythevllle Y when they the Presbyterian church, the Hcv. nave an Easter esg hunt SnUndny L. T. Lawrence, pastor, said today, morning. The choir will sing l.'.vo anthems G-Ys. first, second and third mder direction of DaHon C. Fowl- grade students, will meet nt the V Capudine icilevei he;iijch» fast became it's liquid. Hi h- gtedicnli ate aUejdy dmslvcj —all ready lo begin easing (Tie pa'm. tt atio srolliet ntrvc tension d-jrf la the pain, Uia lyaidirccted. 10c,30c,60c. m ( have as their t'liost for the Easter holidays their Riandson, Charles K. Jrne.s of Meurilus. Bill chamblin. \;ln is n medical student n' Tnlmie University. New Orleans. Is here for thi holidays wi'.h hi.s iiai-ehls, Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Chamblin. Oviest of his parents for the holidays is Bob Lancashire, son of Mv. and Mrs. E. n. Lancashire. He 1 attends Westminister College in Fulton, Mo. Mrs. A. G. Little is confined to her home with influenza. Mrs. J. R. Mnore left yesterday ! for Bpttesvillc, Ark., where she will 1 lie the gurst of her rlaualiter. Mrs. J. W. Edwards, and family two weeks, she will be accompanied home by Mrs. Edwards and daughters, Lana Kale and Bca Mr. and Mrs. Hid Tom Stewavt, sludenl.s at Arkansas State College, Jonesboi'O, will spend the East Heth Farmer Killed HE'IH F'A'RMEH. KILLED—12 Him MEMPHIS. Tenn.. 'April 3. iUP> --'Burl 'Bcenc. 35-year-old Hcth, Alk., farmer, died in a hospital here last night of injuries received when the light truck he was driv- ins smashed into a bridge n'bui- nicnt near Hughes, Ark., Tuesday.! r R. C. Lnngston had a s his guests for Hie weekend his daughters, Mi.-r. S.irah Lingston, a student, at William Wood College, Fulton, Mi., a'tWl Mrs. Leonard Ellison, ami Mr. Ellison of Aid. Mo. 'Muviti giiann Wilson of Ripley 'Venn., spent tile weekend with Merely in exhaled breath the "power plant" in the body of a man exercising only moderately at n temperature of -10 belo.v loses heat equal to 1730 calories in 2-1 hours. his grandmother. Mrs. Allic Spann. 'Mrs. May LiCoss of Nodena was guest o! Mrs. Calvin. Lynch, Sunday. Mrs. J.. S. Dnlahunty of Dlylhevillc spent Monday nignt , with her sister, Mrs. R. T. Billow. ton of Blythevlllc. Mr. Powlston rooms, 0:45 o'clock, and each will i holidays here with their also will present a vocal solo, a:- :oii',panied by Mrs. Fowlslon. The pastor's subject will t>( 'He Lives.! f Live!' caiidlelisjUL communion servie will ba held at G:30 p.m. at th ch\ux<h with M-. p->wl«in^ singin The Lord is My Light." Mrs. Hunt Reviews Book At Chapter O, PFO Meet O3OECLA. Ark.. April 3, Mis. W. F.. Ilnn 1 . reviewed the book "Pavilion of Women" by Pearl 3. Bulk at a meeting of Chapter O of the P. E. O. yesterday when Mrs. Lloyd GcuUey was hostess at her home on Seirancs Ave. Mrs. Jctlk: Driver was program ieader and Mrr,. D. s. Luncy presided at the business session. Ro-'reshmcnts were served tollo 1 . 1 ;- ing the meeting. bring three eggs for the hunl. Christian Church Plans For Communion Service iA special cr,m:miuion service candle light will be niRht. 1:?.0 o'cIB.-k. Christian Church, the Rev. R. ghmise. Hurry Varr. son of Mr. -in;l Scott nairrt, pasitcr. .aid today. t Mrs. Hussell Pnrr. Sara Grace Jov- lii charge are M. T. Moon, Mrs. mr _ dau 8 hlcr of Mr. and Mrs 'v Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt nnd Mr. and Mrs. 13. F. Stewart. Mrs. Stewart Is the former Miss Mar- ynvct llolL. Univi-rslly of Arkansas :4uclnr.U i" here lo sppud Enstcv wiU\ Iheiv i,nv- coiuhiL-tcci to- c ,,ts incliulc Miss I-'r.-nu-cs ahoir-e. til the First daughter of Mr .and Mrs. J. W. R. C. R.isc, Mrs. J. c. F.tlis. Mrs. E. M. Terry, and Mrs. J. W. Sholl.-,o ttilh Miss Waiirin BaKiaiu as organist. . The public i. s invited, the Rev. Mr. Bnird ..aid. •loyucr. Charley and Uu:h;inl Itose. sons of Mr. nnd Mr;. Churl'.".! Hose of Roseland. Jim Smart, son of Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., and Miss Jean Moore. lamcs Cobb Listed / On VMI Honor Rolf • Bos Office Opens at 6:30 Opens Sunday 1:110: Skirls I: Co'nllnnous Shows Sal. ar Bar EASIER CORSAGES By Heoton's Jellies Cobh, sUide!iti,.;it Virctnia I Military Institute'. Lexington, Va.. I made ilie honor roll for the Ih'.st '"""U 11 ^^.'; 1 ^ sun , "ci-'^ricb.s^c "rTr»n«; S. n S c..,;*^, R f I Mr - ;m " M " C. E. CoW, oi fSlv- ,,;«. ,,n,,red-on S,, n , ly ., j ^^ '- i^", ^ llle u " x5 ' ! letic circles. Thursday and Friday OEAHHA DURB1H J I RALPH BtltSKt DAV10 BSUCE tEOP.Gt CfllllOUBlS • HI •jW.t DUR»M • HOWARD tVIRtll HDRlOfi P*iK!Cl* HORISOX- EUZWEtH PATIffiSW Also Shorts ' Coininj to the '< ROXY THEATRE J April 14-15-ie , t f Matinee and Night Mom and Dad ' Admission 50c lo Everyone I Continuous Slious Kvcry Day l!ox Office Opens 1:15 SKow Sfiirts 2:0() LISTKN TO KI.CS 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 Thursday and Friday Deception with BcKc Davis and Paul lli'mcii raramounl \cws ami Selected Shorl Subject Conliaunus Showiing Everyday Phone 549 living- l.icv ;v thrill F/astcv with a lovely corsage . . . ORCHIDS, CYMBIDIUMS, GARDENIAS, ROSES, CAM KLLIAS, 1 R T S , SWEETHEART ROSES, FRENCH CARNATIONS. EASTER LILIES —and all Easter Potted Plants Easter Flowers Wired Anywhere tied Mcml>ers uf Ilie Florist Telegraph Agency "Say it with Flowers" 'S HOME OF FLOWERS ni.vlhcville's Florists for 20 Years and Flower Shop located corner Davis at Franklin such requests, were forwarded lo (he President, and members of Congress shorlVy alter oilicial word that Mr. Truman had cancelled his scheduled address beiore Uie Delta Council May 8. Coal and oil sl.r.'.c are expected to furni.sji BH.S and petroleum when gas and oil wells run dry. UARD-TO-GET ITEMS Hlcel Scissors Postal Scales—I.oek Ruxcs Small Filing Cubinels Sjiccd O'Print Duplicators stationery Ntircross Greeting Carils SAMUEL F. NORRIS Priiitinx—oirice BunpiieB 122 North Second Hybrid Seed Cora GROV/N FOR ARKANSAS See Your Deuleri i> OWKNS TIIACTOR Cof Blytlicvillc It. A. eim.DllKSS I.eaclu'illo IIAIUKV -SISTi:US R.F.r)., I.eaohville BIIHSCO IMl'I.I'MSCNT CO. 1.1:1: \vii.s».\ Wilson * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Miiin I'hone 2187 The Clinic of Dr. Thomas F. Hudson tlcrcnsed will br. open tlnily, i'or ;x limited lime, immipl seltleracnf nt" oiilslanclin« ac- counts will be iipprccialed. : < The Caster Bunny Says: "You'll s;ivc ... if you buy these specials at the Home of Famous Brands! Kronicx Aluminum Casserole $2.25 Keg. 3.fl5 -I Slice Electric Toaster - - $3.50 12.50 Sentinel Battery Radio --- $29.50 JJC S.OO Pottery Vase ---- $1.50 Ri-g. 2.1.00 Pottery Jardinere - $12.00 Itc}-;. •}.;)!) Mason Aluminum Fruit Juicer ---- $2.95 2.95 Aluminum Rolling Pins ---- $2.25 . 18.00 2 Sliced Electric Broiler - - $15.95 Popcorn Pepper --- 69c - $2.75 ;!.50 (iooriycar I'histic Toble Cover - - ?17.!)I Ensign Electric Clock - - $13. Price Includes Kxcisc Tax PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126 W. Main St. Phone 515

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