The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 5, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AJ'RII/ 5, 19'1C Clufe Members Guests Of Mrs. M. 0. Usrey Arjingements of splreu, iiis and otliei Spring flowers attractively decorated Mrs. M. O, Usrey's home yestsfday afternoon, wlwn^she. **i- tcitaiiied with a bridge party for members of Mid-Week Bridge Club. Gitests were served luncheon and Bits of News P.ersonal score prize. Mrs- Gee Entertains Thursday Club, Guests Mii. Elton Klrby, Mrs. Many Kirby and Mrs. W. J. Wimcteilieh played bridge yesterday afternoon wiiKfmembers of. tlxc.^lnirsday Club whch Mrs. Everett B. Gee enter- In in«t. Arsetting for-quests'ill. the Gee homt were floral arrangements In Vnrlqjis size vases. • Luncheon was-served'at'small ta- Mrs. Robert E. Lee King arrived I yesterday to be with her daughter, won high | Mrs. Samuel K. Norrls, and-family, for ail extended stay. For Ihe past two years she has been In •Gainesville, Flu-, and in Cleveland. Miss. She was accompanied by her son, R. Morris King, who Immediately returned to Cleveland, Ills home. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs motored her father, J. E. Oooch, tb Walnut blesj; decorated also with liowej-s. j . . Ini- the afternoon- bridge . gomen, high-score prize went to Mrs. C. W. AfTIgk and second to Mrs. Byron Morse. Hldgc yesterday, where he will be the guesl of another daughter. Mrs. J. L. Gooch and fiunlly, Mr. Gooch has been 111 but his condition is . much improved. Mrs. Isaacs returned home lust night. Mrs Ralph Holl left yesterday for Augusta, Gn.. where she will join her husband for the weekend. Mrs. Hall went by plane from Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Hall i-.nd son. Jimmy, plan lo make their home In Augusta, where he Is cm- Enfjertains Yesterday 1 ->. MfB. Herman Turner entertained meijlbers of Alpha Beta Bunco Club yesterday afternoon at .her, hbjiiq, Sp'jrea arranged" with" Spring' flow firs "decorated entertaining rooms. When bunco was played, Mrs. F. C. Cox-won bunco prize and high score prl7i? went to Mrs. Lane Novell. Mr&^Bill Turner won low. The hostess served n dessei't course with Iced drinks. Mrjj, Tyrone Guest ,, AtjiBunco Club Party . Mrs. John Tyrone played bunco histniJght with members of GNB Clii§L\vhen Mrs. H. C. Blankenship v.'.isihostcss to the group. Iir evening games, Mrs. Tyrone \voi£ bunco prize, high went lo Mrs," Byron Nail and low to Mrs. Joe'Fltzpatrlck. Tljfe hostess served a salad plate \Utfija beverage. Mrs. Crump Hostess . . Mrs. L. A- Taft was guest 61 hon'jjf at a party Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Jack Cvimip She was showered with miscel- lnnE*ous gifts. After an evening of games, the hostess served refreshments. ployed, nnd will move there when living arrangements are made. Mrs, Tommic Tinker and Mrs. Herman Tinker spout yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Leon Winston and son. Jimmy, oj Memphis, nrc spending i Roselnnd. .'the weekend here with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Whistle are Lawrence Whistle Weds Hallandale, Fla,, Girl Announcement has l>cen made here of the wedding of Miss Kddie Kllxabeth Mccl/e, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Meelzc of Hallandale. Flu., to Lawrence P.'iul Whistle, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Whistle of lloscland. The wedding wns solemnized March 2-1 at First Methodist Church in Pin UKOuld. The Itev. Guy C. Ames, pastor, performed tlie .service. Miss Wlrla Potter, organist, was in charge of the nuptial music, and accompanied Mrs. Hay Merlwclhc:, who sang. The bride, given In marriage by her uncle. G. C. Atchinson, wore suit of pink wool. She wore a corsage of while gardenias and carried n while Bible. Miss Helen Sparks was the bride's only attendant. Noel Whistle served his brother as best man Gaines McDanlcl and John Hobin- son were ushers. Keccptlon Follows Following the wedding, an informal icception w*is held In the parlors of the church. The cake was served by Mrs. Ann Wood, anc Miss Sue Thompson presided at '.hi punch bowl. Miss Evelyn Master son pluyed piano selections. Mis Fauslenla Wood was In charge o the guest book. After a brief wedding trip th young couple will be at home a Beauty School Graduates Get State Licenses ?otsy Haynes Presides Clear Lake Meeting inectinii of Ihe Clear Lake 4-H j kansas ners. Mi.'.s The four- graduates of tills term'. lass of Eagle Beauty School have etnrned from Little Rock where hey underwent the Arkansas .stale xamlnatlon for professional beau- L-ians. I Thl , 4 They were: Miss Marie Gentry, making Mrs. Georgia Hudson nnd Mrs. Clnlr Vllllcr, all of Hlylhevllle, and Mir.s lobble Holland of Dyess. All were given licenses to practice as graduate beauticians, after laving had the six months course. They were accompanied by Mrs. Pilmorc Glpson, head of the .school, operated In connection with her beauty shop. Another graduate, Miss Oleta Purvis of Blytheville, underwent an appendicitis operation and was unable to make the trip for the cx- Club held Tuesday with I'alsy I llnynt's inesidlnt;. KoiT^ 1 club mem-' l>ei's an<l two leaders were The KK'HI' ^ing. led by Dn))hne oodhoii'ii'. Roporis were Klven by the following club taplulns: James T. Alford. cotton ciiptnln. reporled, Iwo In llnil (iroup: Max Ourley, pig cap- luln, rcpnfti'd eleven; Utnh Brady. ealf cii]>i:(in. reported three; Jimmy Hiiynf.s, corn captain, reported one; Hi-Uy Lou Fes-mitre, clothing cniiiuin, reporled four; Daphne Waoclhciii.'.e, poultry captiiin. reporl- Six Stores Suspended For Ration Violations LITTLE ROCK, April 4.—Six Ar- grocerles have been suspended from doing business in rationed sugar for periods ranging from one to five months, the dls- Iricl Office of Price Administration announced today. The suspensions were for violation of ration regulations. four; nnd Mary l.nnslord. All sik firms appeared before Hearing Commissioner C. R. Hewitt. St. I/nils, here late In Match, bin his decisions were not announced until today The stores and the length of sus-! pension follow: Smith Store. E ;' Dorado, live months; Mrs. J. W. .Accepts Hew Position Miss Floy WJngileld has accepted posillon in Memphis as passenger agent for Chicago and Southern Airlines. She will begin work there April 15. Miss Wlmjfleld will leave tomorrow for Arkadelplila, where she will be the guest of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Wlngfiekl. For the past two years, she has l»en employed for Frisco Hallroud lines, having come here in February. Latitude is said to have been first determined by Hipparchus of Nltf, about KJ2 ll.C. CHICK THEATRE "Where Happiness Corti So Little" Week Day*: Start* at 7 p. B. Pardew, Nettleton, CO days; Hich- captain, report- j ardson Brothers, Hoxie, 15 day,, I Gregory Brothers, Cash, 30 days; U Club girls are now ' Speck's Grocery, Blythevllle. 45 days, ;i.-nrfs with milercd c-or-1 and While Way Grocery, Hot Springs. 90 days. Klfective dale of the suspension n the Hot Springs firm was jjost- cmcd lo give In store an oppor- unity to cover an overdraft in its ation account. amination. later. She will tnke the tests Cora Coletnan, home demonstration agent, gave a rte- monsi ration on making accurate measiiii'iiiciii.s in cookery. Keith Ullbrey. county ai;ent, asked the boys to Kl art prcparinii now for the corn and hog show to be held at the fair this Pall. Max Gurley, Larry I.un.sforri, and possibly one or Uvo others will enter the county and State 4-11 corn growing contest. The test will elude at Opinion Is Given On Tax Question. . least one open pollinated nnd one hybrid variety. Cited For Service Mrs. George W. Iinrhnm. Formerly of Blythevllle, Mrs. Winston Is the former Miss Minnie ICnox. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Knox. Mrs. Billy King and children. Anne and Jimmy, left yesterday 'afternoon to .spend a few days in 'arkln, Ark., with her parents. Mr. their home at Roseland. At The Hospital* Blythevllir Hospital Admitted: L. W. Weedcn, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: and Mrs. D. W. Harris, and brother. Opt. Chester R. Harris, U. S. Marine Air Cqrps. He Is home a few lays before going to Hawaii. Mrs. Louis Applebaum Is visit- p in S ( ' ouls for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd While have returned from St. Louis, where they spent' the past three days on business. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tiisslng and her father. Herbert Cannon, nil of I Columbus. Ohio ;c-ft yesterday to Miss Mary continue their trip to Texas, af- Joncsboro ter spending a row days here as '.guest of guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. cashlre Also a guest ot the Lun- Mrs. C. W. Afflick spent yester- 'ashircs has bscn her sister. Mrs. day in Memphis.' Howard Wilson ol Aiu:;rsun. Ind., | Mrs. Smith Hrackin left this who left Wednesday to return to mommc lor Memphis lo be with her home. ' ' hci daughter. Mrs. R. L. Topper. Condition of Miss Jerry-Jo Lewis, who suffered a leg injury sometime Gloria Jenn McGaughey. cjly. Born to Mr. ami Mrs. J. I<! Brother. Rle 2, a son. Dismissed: W. E. Rogers, Etowiili. Mrs. Ed Lnwlcr. Cooler. Mo. Martha Jean Anderson, cily. Mnirpbls MclliotlKl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Homer .Shipley, Osccola. Kalherlne Recce of here a few days as Mrs. II. E. Smith and LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. (U.P.I—A person buying before the third Monday runry must pay the personal property taxes for the previous year! even though he'did not own the I property when the assessmenl was made. In an opinion handed down yes- lerday by Ally. Gen. Guy E. Wll- llains, he sLlcl H was t!ie duty of the purchaser to pay the taxes If he acquired the property before the tax books were turned over to the collector by the comity clerk. The opinion was in reply to a question by O. L. Choate of Glen Ellyn. in. Vernon T. Houchin, son of Mrs Tana Houchin, has received a ei- 1 tallon for his work in the produc April 4. ; tion of Hie atomic bomb at Oak property, Ridge, Tenn. in Fob-1 He was awarded a certificate citing him for his service. MJ-. and Mrs. Houchin will arriv here the lasl of the month to visi his mother and brother, Billy Waym Houchin. f TCJfl N G ^PIMPLES ^ BJLACiKHEADS Police Kush lo 'Crash' LOQAN, Utah i UP)—Cache county officers sped to the rescue when | they received a report tin airplane had crashed two miles from the Logan-Cache airport. The wrecked plane was quickly found. But the officers weren't tin) happy. It was a six-foot model built by young Qtbbs Budge and flown by remote control. Friday and Saturday ' DOUBLE FEATURE "RIDING the WIND" with Tim Halt and Kay Whitley "SILENT PARTNER" with U'illiam Henry ,S. Beverly l.oyd Serin:) "JUilidlo Queen" last ehapt. Also C'arloon "I DON'T WANT A PENNY If! Can't Relieve Your RHEUMATIC • ARTHRITIC PAINS" That' A ho 1 elp you, I ifjiicy. liul I run my Ijiulneii. Tf t do.i't ilon'i M-»nt K penny_ of y*ur I bclit-ve 1 run lielp yv\i. My Combination M«lhod has bronchi* bksM'l relict to thousand* u-h? v,er» aulfer- ini! llu- torlurt* of rheumatism, ftrthrilit. nfurilil, icinlLc palm. The chancfs *rt that 1 can tjriiitf you th* fame clarlou* relief. 11 I can't 1 don't want a i>«nny Irom J-ou. Formula 1 if for llie i>*l)iative relief «f pain end contains a EtiiniiarJ in?red>nt u-idrly iirmrribed liy must phyaifiana far 3 others are oilic-kly absorbed into th« tloo<j Mream and rejieves pain, no matter v/her* it may Le—in joints. niu*cl«», ntrve iheatha. Foirmtls 2 cnntnins standard inKre^K-nts for the relief of i-xr.s* s[omai;li acidity and lielp ketp your l>r>wfrli O[ien—a valuable No-1 ON YOUR* TOP5 FOB : MONARCH COOKING, TOO. xit rincr from thole achea and •iHlcd xv'ilK iheiimaliim. ail tht coupon todal— FINER Mi's. Wilson Honored WLjhParty Last Night Mrs.-FrefTifes'e'tt-nndMrs. Arlci KintrigDx'yth^Si'ei'e hoste.sses last nie}$. willr-a"'sli6wer"h6'noflng Mrs. Eai^J-Wllson. Th'e group gathered at the Wil- son^fioro*, ?>H Hearn Street, to preaciit gifts to her. Guests played games nnd re- frefjjftients were later served bul- fet^slyle from the dining table, drafled with a lace cloth and cen- terW 1 with an attractive arrange- mehl^ of spiraea. ,' f t MfS'l M. Fitzsimmons Hostess to Her Club p'iirplc iris nnd pansies formed a setjirtg In Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons' hoiri*> yeatcrcir.y afternoon for meni- beRt of Entre Nous Club and other BU*wts when she entertained with a SfK 1 ? 6 P^rly. ' 7 • ,' Guests other than members were MrsrE. F. Blomeyer and Mrs. Her- >go. is much Improved. Walter Webster is slowlv proving after having been ill past several weeks. nn- Ihe Mrs. Topper is to undergo a major operation toniorrou- morning al Ihe Uapliat Hospital. SUe Is the former Miss Mabel Brackin. I Nebraska has or railways. abonl fi.100 miles Kenzie and.Mrs. W. C. Cates. Mrs. Gates won high amo quests and Mrs. J. C. F.llis. W among members during afternoon i bridge games. Mrs. Edwin Robin-1 son won second high. I Iced drinks were served during 1 games. Read Courier News' Want Ads. ^..afternoon games, high score prli«'*went to Mrs. Tlieodore Logan anfl-'low-to Mrs. Raymond Smith. "fftf hostess served a dessert plaJJe. ' , ,: .,* ; r> . . . iVlV-s-. Tucker Hostess To-Her Club, Guests A Spring Hat is a Tonic for Milady! A New Lamp. A gaily colored Vase — Coffee Table Accessories — Figurines or some rare Antiques will give :i real lift to your home. It's Smart to Shop at The Gift Shop MODERN — ANTIQUE Moss Bryan 103 E. Main Phone 2254 Bronchial Coughs (ResulUng rr«m CoTd*) Get Blessed Relief A R*il EHp«d«r*nl That Loosem-Up Thick, Chokms Phlegm Makes Brcalhins Eaiier Spend 4Gc today al any drug store for i\ bottle ot Buckley's CANADIOO Mixture. TonluhL at bodlltno tako n teftspooTiful, let It Ho on your ton true n- mom c tit then swallow slowly. Foot Us Instunt powerful effort I vo :n-Mon .s;iienil llironyh throat, head nnd bronchial tubes. Acts fast to ense" coughing spasma nml loosen sticky j.liloRni wrilcH Hticms to clou; Hit tubes ana inaTtcs brcfttlttne 1 dllllcult—help:* t nmny pet n. hotter night's rest. I Take uood Bdvlc*—try Ittioklcy's ten I slit—eat la f notion yimranlocrt or inoiiuy back. 45c-Syc— ull drnt' G lsl9. BOKUM T S not ^ttnd mo I receive your order, I'll t. When (hi- postman {Ieli\'*r« iho |iac twlh formulu*. psy him $2,00 POEUKC »nd C.O.D. ch»r>tH. If you «*nrf check or mon«y order, with the or<l«r Ml pay nil poaiacc charges. H«m*mljer, If you aren't helped witnin 10 Hays utter tnhLnir my medicine*, accordlnr to dlrrriioni on lK« pachttt. I'll r*fHr>4 •very **nny you paid. Clip th* ewjpon now. Bretkton 6t, Man. DANC Saturday Night 9:00 Hi 1:00 o'clock In the air-conditioned BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 60c Incl. Tax. Checkroom Available LADIES AD1CTTTED ONLY WITH ESCORT Saturday OWL SHOW HADOW in the NIGHT itli (li'ui-RR /tirru & Jeanne Bales Serial: "Haunted tlarbur" No. r i Stuiday and Monday "COVER GIRL" Hila Ilayu-orth * flelic Kelly Alsti \e\\'s A- Slioits New Theater Manila's Finest Saturday & Sunday, Mat. 1 o'clteh Sunday & Tuesday Ni«ht». StW o'cluck All other nislits. 6 o'clock Kriuay "Yolonda and the Thief" with I-'red Asta.ire ALsti Scrinl uiul Comedy SATURDAY "Colorado Pioneer" SlairinK Wild Kill Elliott SKItlAl, AM) Aclinissimi COMKIIY . ..He anil 3Uc Saturday Owl Show "Gentleman Misbehaves with Unbcrt blantmi PIAiS COMEDY tXdnrissmn He ami 3* Sunday anil Monday "Bandits of Sherwood Forest" with Cornel Wilde Ntrws iind Comedy FRITZIUS and iris from ,.her llower UarU^n arranged with spirea decorated Mrs: C. p. Tucker's home ycStl'iday afternoon when she entertained members of the Octeltc Cluo. ! Siiests Included Mrs. W. M. Me- ' WHY WOKKV? ToT(ct the yaid for the summer— Contact 119 for complete upXticii. Home Service .t Storage Co. Coidjr n. E.ton rhcnc 'Jgul I.ORKNK'S BBA11TY SHOP 1215 W. Mniil Street 1'HONK 2842 Lovene HnmlRon Georgia Hiul.^on To Permit Alterations The EAGLE Beauty School and Shop Will lie CLOSED All Duy MONDAY AND TUESDAY April 8 and 9 THE BEAUTY CLINIC iMsrearft Dem Smith. Owner Iiisram Bide. . , Theme 3274 Come With Your Family and Friends Fnjoy a Delicious Dinner of CRAPPIE FISH Every FRIDAY ond SATURDAY Private Parties and Clubs Will be Served in Our Private Diningroom You'll Enjoy Your Food at the Famous AND SERVICE STATION av 01, "i Mile West of Holland "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS You've asked me to gel- them for you. Here they arc: Electric Irons. Modernistic design, thumb switch control. (Off, Low, Medium, High) One year Guarantee. OPA priced $6.20. Price includes cord. A limited supply but enough to supply the demand Saturday. Tricycles. More than half of them are gone. Get yours Saturday. The strongest, longest lasting velocipede we've ever seen. A $20.00 value. Saturday $17.95. Electric Heating Pads. .40 watt—Automatic— Fire and Burn Proof—Believe it or not Saturday $2.95. 32 Piece Dinner Sets. Dainty, beautiful designs. A real bargain. Saturday $7.50 set. Cupc and Saucers. These have been impossible to find. We have several different kinds bur these include your old standby white cup and saucer for 15c. Enamelware. A large assortment including cold pack canners, Tea Kettles, Stew Pans, Baking Pans, etc. These are just a few of many scarce items which you will find at Fritzius Saturday. Make a fist ot all your household needs and "browse" through our stock.^.You'll be delighted and we'll be glad to have you. FRITZIUS "Always Something New" I'lione :iir>7 2017 West Main St. (5:15; STARTS 7 p. i Friday and Saturday 'Roolin' Tootin' Rhythm' \vith Grne Autry Serial: "The Master Key" Also Shorts Saturday MIDNIGHT SHOW Starts II p.m. The Fatal Witness i Kvclyn Ankers vU'lcml Fruzcr Also Shorts v» Sunday and Monday Continuous Show Sunday 'Hotel Berlin' ivilh Tlclinulh V:' raniniml News Also ShorLs Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to h;ive your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. FLOWER SHOP r.TJ). D*ttv*r Fb. Mn. J. M. (MM) QtenoM BMi. ITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. X i: \V S T A U T ING T I SI F. rgintiiii!,' ]Mon<liiy, April 1, the box of! ire will open :il 7:00. Picture rls ;\{ 7:15. Friday and Saturday "BORDER BANDITS" will! William Hnyd us Ilop:ilniiK Camitly short— -iiorsi-: TRICKS" with roi'l'.VIC. ;in<l Ttli Chapter of ".MASKKD MAKVKI." Sunday :mtl Monday "STORK CLUB" witli llrlty iliitlnn. nnrry Fil?Eeralrt ;itld Don DcKoc Msi) |irt<srnliue four new SOUR hits ANIMAL ('AKTOON: "Vosl War I'ru" >V UKO NEWS < ..irlrvnn: "I.Htli- Wllcll" * RKO Netvs

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