The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 2, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 10-10 frs. -Kidd Entertains A Executive Board MrsJj'Harwjp. tf. Kidd was hos- ess : yirterd»y --ifUrnoon wIUi a uff ct"-i luncheon - lo '. members of. ie Executive Board of the Wo- siVs ; Auxiliary ,4f 'First, ,Presby- rian Church -and other : gu*sls. Th e : th>ee 'guests. In addition to I members, were Mrs. Vernou Tho- assori, Mis^J. Farr(s.McColla:arid ie Rev. Mr. Kidd. 1 The luncheotr'was served . buffet iyle from the' dining; room' table, entered with an arrangement or rises, 'narcissi and lilacs. Violets ccorafedTJhe; srrfe)! tables.' ' Mrs.. KidtUwas. assisted lit sei'V- ig by Mrs. E. A. Hale, Miss Emma iate 'Richards' and' Mrs. Eubanks. Durijig tlie^iUtehi'oori,. there was trainiyi class for new otficers id a" business session, conducted th ej new president, Mrs. C. M. ray. . . Mrs.:- Leslie' Hooper opened the ami!* class with a , devotujnal ikcn from Mark 6, and asked new "ficeris to reconsecrate themselves their -work '.through prayer and Each officer read aloud the du- ies of'his office and discussed oth- phrtses of the office they were o hoia. - ;,.: •• . < In the .-business session, mem- >ers of Circle Three, with Mrs. L Hnrtzog as chairman, announced hat they plan lo use their surplus irclo fund for .a., lounge, ; iii tal room of tlie church ireles will co-operate. .the so. Other . Meets ' \t Jerhigan Hcxne Members of the Woman's Mtssion- iry Society of Calvary .Baptist ;hurch riict yesterdoy at the home jf Mrs. P. H. Jernlgan. - Prayeri-during the nil-day meet- ng were,led by Mrs. J, W. Tomlin:on, Mrs.iiJernigan. Mrs. S. D. Mc- Dce, Mrs.; A. L. Bratton uno; Mrs. Jim England. Mrs. nicGee was (n 1 charge of he program.'taken from the Royal Service irfagazine. Th; Bible Study, taken from the 13rd chapter of Isaiah and fourth ihapler df Second .Timothy, was (ivcn by''Mrs. 1 -'Andrew Conley. Tliose 'foisting Mrs,. McQee on lie program were Mrs. Doyle Sand- •rs, Mr*- 'Elmer VanCleve, Mrs. .SMrs. 1. M. Bentley, Mrs. Vernon Boyd, Mrs. Lillie Walkiiis, Mrs. Dee- Webster, Mrs. Bratton /Irs. TonUiilson. Mrs. Jernigan and |Xlrs. Joh)j -Holmes. A luncheon .-was served during ,the lunch' hour, -w s The afternoon session was con- hided wifti'praycr by Mrs. Walklns. ^ =, r * * laxinqlMcHaney To Be [Wed Tp; Bernard Allen Mr. ami • Mrs. Jesse Brown of iLuxora Announce the engagement land apprjiaphing nidiriage of Uie'n Idaughter,'' Mrs. Maxine Brown Mc- IHaney, to . Bernard N. _ Allen of iBljtheville.'son of MrSr-Anna,..G. ilen of -Little Reck. •'•',-.: The wedding will be solemnized I Friday afternoon, 2 o'clock, at the 1 home of the bride's parents In I the presence of relatives and in- I timate friends. The Rev. Charles | Lewis will officiate.'"' , After a brief wedding trip to SI I Louis, they will make-their home I here at 221 East Kentucky Ave. Mr. Allen is manager of Blyllie Iville Water Company. WMS Business Meet I s Held Yesterday ' The monthly business session of he Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church was held yes- erday afternoon at the church. The meeting was opened with relating the watchword and singing he society hymn. "We've n Story .o Tell to the Nation." The open- ng prayer • was led by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. Recommendations made by the Ixecutive Board, composed at their business'session Friday, were adopted by'; the organization. Mrs.vH. H. Brooks, president, conducted', the session. Mrs.' Ebb Carson gave the devotional,-the Resurrection Siory, taken from Luke 24. Mrs, E. E. Stevens led the closing prayer. '. • • • Navy Man Is Honored John Herman Lane, pharmacist's mate third class, U6H, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lane, was honored Sunday with a dinner given by Ills uncle and aunt. Mr.^ond Mrs. Herman Bombolaskl. at their home on uarficld Road. Pharmacist's Mate Lane ha.s Just returned to the''States nfter 24 months service In the pacific Theater. He is now. stationed at Mlll- Inglon. Among the guests present for the dinner was Bonnld Walters of German Town, Md., guest of Joan Hombolaskl mid her parents. • • • Honored With Party By Scout Association Mrs.'j. R. McConnell. who will ,eave soon for Little Rock to make iier home, was honored last night with n costume jewelry shower by the Lon e Troop Association. Girl Scouts or America. The shower and business meeting was at the home or M£S. Toby Long. During the business session, plans were mule for n Court ol Award to be held the first week in May. A mViinating committee was appointed, made up of Mrs. Hugh Whilsltt. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Leon Oenning. When games were played, the prize went to Mrs. Glenn Ladd. Refreshments were served. Guests other than Association members present for the occasion were Miss Sunshine Swift and Mrs. H. w. wylie. odlst Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for a program and business .session. Mrs. George Shanks led the devotional wlili Ihe subject, "The Lord's Prayer." Scriptures were rend by Mrs. Iverson Morris, Mrs. C. T. Sliamlln and Mrs. Tim Rites. Mrs. Hates .sturdy led In prayer, ' Mrs. George Stllwdl, president, wile conducted the session, told of the annual conference she attended at Harrison, Ark. The meeting wa.s adjourned with the missionary prayer. Mrs. Spencer Alexander Will Head Tri-Della s Mrs. Silencer Alexander was elected president of the Delta Dclln Delta Club itt a business and social meeting last, night at the home or Mrs. Wallace lloXe. Other officers to serve nrc Mrs. Robert Porter, vice president; Mrs. Charles Bluner. secretary, and Miss Margaret Shaver, treasurer. The next meeting will be In April with Mrs. Alexander. Iris and tulips decorated (lie homo for thr: occasion. The hostess st'i vrd refreshments after the business session. • * • Helen Ruth Webster Bride of Jamc s Hall Miss Helen Ruth. -Webster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Websler, became the bride Saturday night of Jamcs Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hall. The wedding was solemnized In Osceola by sheriff Hale Jackson. The bride's maid of honor was her sister, Miss Billle Jean Webster, and Donald Lee served Mr. Hall as best man. .The bride wore a two-plccfi red suit with black accessories and a cOism'c of red roses In her hah 1 . She attended school at Kclscr and" he attended Bnrdette School, Mr. Hall recently returned toi the States 'and received his discharge alter three years service In 'the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Thill will make their home in Chicago, where he will be employed. Bits^of News * t Mostly. Personal ' Awarded Divorce ?oyal Neighbors Meet Members of the Royal Neighbors 01 America met last night at the ionic of Mrs. Jim Burns tor a social and business session. Mrs. HermnUjWalpolc. who hus been here the past two weeks with her daughter. Mrs. J. P. Etchieson.' and family, presided as oracle. Mrs. Walpole made her home here :.,;'.ny years but has for the past several months been going to different states with Mr. Walpole to find a climate suitable for his health. ' Mrs. Sara Ogle was chosen a delegate to 'the state convention April n in Little Rock. The. minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The hostess served a dessert course. WSCS Meet Is Held Yesterday At Church The Woman's Society of Christian Service of I^ake Street Metli- Mi'.s. Jewel Miles, on her cross complaint against Howard Miles. former teacher of the Shady Grove school, was awarded a divorce Monday at Paragould. '1 he plaintiff, in Ihe cross complaint, wns awarded custody ol their three children, alimony, nt-1 tornoy's fec.s and court costs in the hearing before Chancellor Fran- i cis Cherry of Jonesboro. v 1 -V ] Claude P. Cooper .sperrl Monday in court there, having represented Mrs. Miles, witli Denver Dudley, of Jonesboro, and H. R. Pnrlluw, of Parauould. ivV'.ornpy for Mi-Miles. Mr. and Mrs. J. nines Woltcrs and Mr. arid Mrs. La Fayette May hud as their guests Sunday Mr. WolU-rs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Woltcr.s of Jackson, Mo., and his .sister, Mrs. Russell rrelsle and infant son, of Anna, 111. They tame especially to see Joe Huston, the son born March 10 to Mr. ami Mi's. Woltcrs. Rimnond Cook has returned from California where he vlsitc< In various points with relative! for :i month Mrs. Sepnlc McGauglicy of Memphis, and her granddaughter, Joyce liell Russell, arc- vl.sitlng friends and relatives here. John Herman Lane, pharmacist's mate third class, son of Mr. und Mrs. Herman Lane, spent the weekend here wllh his parents. He Us stationed at Milllngton. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walpole will leave tomorrow for Port Myers. 1-la.. after spending two weeks here with their daughter, Mrs. J. F Ktcliic.son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walpole came here after vis- ilinn in Missouri. Within the past several months Ihey have been lo Colorado Springs. Colo., and points in south Carolina. They have gone to these; states In an effort lo find climate suitable for Mr. Wal- [lole'.s health. Mrs. N. J. Noll] returned today lo her home In East Prairie. Mo., after spending the past two weeks hero 'with her daughters, Mrs. Ge'oree Stllwcll aild Mrs. D. C. freeman ami familie.s. She was motored buck lo East Prairie by Mr. and Mrs. Slilwell and Mrs. Tim Esles. Miss Charlcne Jenkins of Los Angeles, Calif., is here as guest of her sl.ster. Mrs. Raymond Bomar, nud Mr. tlonmr. Mrs.. Bryant E. Hill and son. Kenneth, linvo arrived here to niakc their home for the present with Mrs. Harry Taylor, sister to Mrs. Hill's husband. Lieutenant Hill. Lieutenant Hill has received orders to go to Shanghai, China, itnd will yo there from Seattle. Wash., where now stationed. The Hill family has been making thcii home for sonic time nt Port Me- Radio Stars Will Perform At New Bakery Hurt's Bakery Is announcing their new opening, Wednesday, by broadcasting direct from the bakery over radio station KLCN, Tills grand opening, free to the ibllc. will begin at 5 p.m, features Jiultcrball and his Red Ilivev Hoys, radio entertainers heard dally o/er KLCN. Those Hill-Hilly favorites coin bine with nil educational program rpvcullng llii' actual ste]).s taken In baking bread and pastries. Herbert. (Tommy) Paige, i> known tu. radio listeners as "Hut- terbiill." duubles In singing and cofnody sketches. Many may remember him as one of the star.s in Ihe current Republic Pictures screen |)lay, "Jamboree" where he was seen as one of the Texas Trou- txidour.s with Ernest Tubb. Uuttorball and two members of his bund; Dfinpsey T. Watts and Leburn (Oz/ici Mlddleton, were formerly with WSM's Grand OIc O|>ry in Nashvillt!. Dempscy Watts .sings d'lioi and plays mandolin, guitar and bass—Ow.le Middleton -sings and plays electric .steel Ktiitar and Spanish (,'uiiar. Norman Luna, tile other member of the 'oulfll. joine;! the tied River Roys in March, of last year and ha.s Deen niitstiiiuling in making the band the radio and stage .success it is today. Norman is featured on Iho fiddle, also plays guitar and bass. Town and Country Bridge Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard. Mrs. M. Fltzslinmons hostess to Ei it re Nous Club. jitdles Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting at the church, 7:30 o'clock, for business session and pot-luck supyer. Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting with Mrs. Herman Turner. Mrs. Everett B. Clee hostess to Thursday Club. Mrs. Henry Humphreys hostess to Thursday Contract Club, Mid-Week Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. C. F. Tucker entertains the Octette Club. Mrs. H. C. lilanken.shlp hostess to ON 13 Club. FRIDAY Friday Rook Club meeting with Mrs. Cornelius Scherer. Mrs. Ronnie Shatley hostess to Initial Club at the home of Mrs. Herman Muy. Dorcas Sunday" School class of I'lvsl liapUst Church meeting at Hie church with hostesses, Mrs. Charles Newcomb and Mrs, W, A. Maxwell. Mrs, Freeman Robinson hostess lo Cliaple.r N. P. E. O. Sisterhood. and Mr. Driver served the bridegroom as best man. Tiie bride chose for her wedding a blue dressmaker's suit \vilh gold accessories and a corsage of orchids. They will make their home in Marion. Mrs. Schwartz graduated from Marion High Scliol and attended Shawnee School at Joiner. nighl, 'i.smis.sed: H. L. Maxwell, city. W. T. w-.itk-y. city. Mnnphis l!:i]>(isl ilusjillul dmitted: Mrs. Henry Hodge, Osceola. Memphis St. Joseph Il'isnilal \dmltlecl: Mrs. I). H. Hover, Holland, Mo. At Th« HosnitaU Walls Hospital Admitted: Maxine Jenkins, Sleelo, Mo, Dismissed: Mrs. J, E. Neal, city. Mrs. c. W. Cirody. Hayti, Mo. Mrs. J. J. Moore. Itl. I. cily. Mrs. Frank Caudle, city. Dr. W. P. Brewer, city. Mrs. W. P. Brewer, city. lilytlieville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. E. Norwood, city. Mrs. Lola Pitts, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. ,r. U Llnrlscy. Osceola, a daughter last Coming Events WEDNESDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Deta Sigma Phi meeting at the home of Miss Kvn George in Luxovu, B p.m. Mrs. Cleo Langston entertains Cullum, Ala. Mrs. H. L. Winbnrn and daughter, Miss Nancy Winburn, returned today to their home in ftvk'.i- delphia nfter spending the weekend here with Mrs. Winburn'.i daughter, Mrs. Farmer Englam! and Mr. England. Miss Mary Adah Robinson plans to return this weekend from New York City, where she lias been visiting the two wcck.s. Shirley Ann Driver Wed To John Swartx Announcement lias been made of the marriage of Miss Shirley Ann Driver of Marlon. Ind., daughter of Mrs. Anna Driver of Marion and Paul Driver of o.seeola. to John li. Schwart'/, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mossburg, also of Marion. The double ring ceremony was solemnized Fe;j. c. at Pirsi Baptist Church. Columbia. S- C., with the Rev. R. E. Moore officiating. Tlie bride's matron of honor was Mrs, Paul Driver Jr.. of Joiner. The solid material remaining of lie soya bean after the oil is resscti out is used in manufac- ui'e of many auto parts. The United States has more than ine-half of the world's coal re- erves. Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East Main Phone 3616 Bales - Phillips Robinson Service - Fell* Caratj I.OltKNK'S BEAUTY SHOP 1 121S W. Mitin Street I'lIONK 2812 Lorene rlainilton Georgia Hudson At FRITZIUS First! You've asked for Velocipedes (Tricycles to you) welj, here they are ._. . Just Arrived— ^;;• 50—TRICYCLES—50 We asked for 100, but we got only 50. Many of theie are already sold. BETTER GET YOURS NOW! I really don't know when we will get any"more. YesV you may use our layoway plan! .-., i \ These; are BETTER Tricycles! Front wheels, 15 VY in.-nrcar wheels, 9'/ 2 in.—G aluminum spokes in front —S.'Jri rear wheels—all free wheels on roller bearings —adjustable aluminum .saddle—no . slip alumni urn pedals—modernistic guard to keep trousers out of axle *— 3 5 pth so lid rublter non-skid tires—rubber hanjte grips—solid steel chassis. A ; A|20 Tricycle for $17.95! It will probably be 6 months before you can get another tricycle like this! GET YOURS TOMORROW! I FRITZIUS « ; "Always Something New" Phone 3457 2017 West Main St. Tho HiiwaliLin Islands nrc classed in I'olyncsln. Helps Build Up Resistance Against CRAMPS, NERVOUS TENSION Of"CERTAIN DAYS" of the month Winer* Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us witt arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan FLOWER SHOP Take This Great Medicine Thruout The Month! MM R Fln« StmucNk Tonic 1 Do female functional periodic dls- turbanceii canso you to suiter from monthly cramps, hendaclie, 'backache; fMl nervous, tired, Jittery, cranky— »t >uch times? Then try f AHIOUR Lydla E. Ptnkham'i Vegetable Compound to relieve such •ymptomal Plnklmm's Compound oors MORE than relieve suc)i monthly pain. It ulso TCUcvea accompanying weaX. tired, nervous rcollngs -of such nature. It hafl a sootlillig effect on one. of womau'i most Important organs. Ov*r 100 Milton totttes Sold! Taken thruout the mon'eh-PlnkhamV Compound helps buttd up rcslslanc« ftf alnst such distress. In case you su(Ter like thls-we urge you to gVve Plnkham's Compound a fair trial. Thousands upon thousands of glrla and women have TC- p.irtcd remarkable benefits. Just see If you. too. aren't delighted with results! .Mldrug- itorea. Another Scoop for Fritzius! Look Here, Ladies ... OUTSIZE 7fTR ESSES From Kino Cotton Prints lo Taffetas . . . iiiul you can imiiKine—THK FIRST SINCE THK WAR Hlv (!AN! Yes. ;i lariie assortment of MATERNITY DRESSES PINAFORES and JUMPERS A 1,1, MODKRATKI,Y PRICED . . . anil ! do mean moderately priced. All regular sixes from S) lo 20. Look all over Memphis, St. i.onis ami elsewhere . . . you'll surely come back to your old 1'i'icnd— FRITZIUS "Always Something Hew" Phone :ilf>7 2017 West Main Sf. Singers of Osceola! Do/ton C. Fowlston Voice Teacher of Ul.vtheviHe Formerly of New York will be at Hie Osceola High School Wednesday Morning, April 3 To Arrange Clashes In Voice. (!OMK! Insurance ! of every kind i Phone 3545 W. J. Pollard Agency Clencoe JIolc! Bldg. * A Spring Hat is ;t Tonic for Milady! A New Lamp. A gaily colored Vase — Coffee Table Accessories — Figurines or some rare Antiques will give a real lift to your liomn. It's Smart to Shop at The Gift Shop MOOKKN — ANTIQUE Moss Bryan 10:i E. Main Phone 225-1 THE BEAUTY CIJTNIC Margaret Deeu Smith, Owner Ingram Bltlg. Flione 3'JH T y| i H Radio Service "Pi*" AnjeJ Refrigerator Service Fred I.awlcr Washer, Ironer and Gas Engine Service Philip Frel Vacuum Clcnucrs, Pans, Irons and Small Appliances Re- pnlrcd. Hnfoy Strollers — Juniper Swings Presto <1 Quart Cookers Premium Vacuum Cleaners Phonograph Records and Accessories Fans—attic, window, pedestal, and fable types.. Adams Appliance Co. r Inc. J. W. Ad arm. Mrr. Successor:; *o Hordaway Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 206-08 West Main VEGETAKIt COMPOUND "e.IJt. NOTICE April I my dental office will he closed on Wednesday afternoons until further notice. Dr. W. F. Brewer rA NATURAL AID FOR Hyper-Acidity OK THK STOMACH Mountain Valley Wntcr Is n tiaturnl nld In helping eliminate wnsles from tlie system. Not laxative, It works gently through the kidneys. Ask your doctor about tills famous health water from Hot Springs, Ark. It has been prescribed for more than 5 years. Free booklet on reqaest. OIIDEU A CASE. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Hlylhcville, Ark. POULTRY WANTED! Mr. Davis is connected with (he country's largest ixnillry buyers and offers highest prices at all limes. FRIDAY and SATURDAY PRICES— Hens — 25c Cox — 16c HHING YOUR POULTRY TO US. 1711 Weit Vine St. Blytheville Trices Subject to Change Without Notice Business Opportunity! Pue to the fact that we have no one to manage our Appliance Store we offer to sell the business and lease the building:—or will sell an interest in it to person that is capable of managing and operating it. TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 8G1 Approved Avery Sales and Service. Let us repair and service your Avery equip- men. FOR SALE Funk's G Hybrid Seed Corn Cotton Hoes Cultivator Sweeps OWENS TRACTOR CO. A. C. OWENS, Owner & Mgr. 112 N. Franklin Phone 3617 H 'S 1 Show* Every Day F!ox Off Ice Opens 1:4» Show Starts 2:90 LIHTEN TO * *.jn. 1Z:45 p.m. ^ Tuesday and Wednesday fcu Refrigeration Service! Phone 415 We have an Expert Service Man to take care of your Refrigeration and Washing Machine Service; also Electric Motor Service. We also carry a complete stock of New Parts for all makes of Equipment. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. Tom Little Appliance Co. 105 West Main St, Blytheville, Ark. Matlnera Sat. * Son. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Shaw SUrto 6:45 JP. M. Each Kventaf Optns Sunday 1:00; SUrts 1;M Continuous.Sliow* Sat. nod 8«n. j Bargain Night Every NUhl Except Saturday. No paaae* honored on Bvnday at «he Rosy. Tuesday & Wednesday nOTIHl.i: FEATURE FfiWOJ TONE IUA HAIKE8 AUK CURTIS UM EliiiM CooJc If. My Name Is Julia Ross

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