The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 10, 1946
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1946 Anna Mae Auten Wed jo Charles Barnes i Mrs. J. W. Aute.n announces the Tnarnnge of Her daughter, Miss Jlana Mae Auten, to Edwin Charles Barnes of Whtrehaven, Tenn:, soil or Mrs. Fred W. Barnes and the iate Mrs. Barnes. ; The-wedding, was solemnized .Saturday night,- 8 o'clock, at the home of the Rev. Willis C. Purr, pastor hi Whltehaveri Baptist Church. ; Tlie bride ehose for her • wedding a pastel blue, suit with navy accessories and pinned at her shoul- aer a garclenia corsage. i licr. rnaid of honor, Miss Jean Phillips, wore a buie and white f>en stripe 'Suit with black accessories and a corsage, of white sweet beas. • Charles Reggan of Lake Cormo- fcnl. Miss., was Mr. Barnes' best - Mr. and Mrs. Barnes will make their hoiile at whitehaven, Tenn. I •* She \vos graduated from Blylhe- yille High School and employed kt Blythcville Army Ah' Field be- jore being transferred to Memphis ferry Command Base. ;. Mr. Barnes was graduated from Memphis High School and is a veteran of three and a Halt years Service, in ' th e Army. He now is piployed at the Air Field in Memphis. .—Attending the wedding from Bly- Ihevillc were the bride's mother 5>.nd her brother, Eugene Auten. Dr. Massey Will Speak ^t'Council PTA Meet , J Dr. L. p..Massey, of Osceola wil jfoe guest 'speaker Friday afternoon W the Mississippi County. Council parent /Teacher ' Association meet- Jng at Yarbro School. i pr. Massey's subject will be ''Youth of Today." : He will speak Jiflfr the'1 o'clock luncheon lo be Served at the school. .1 Mrs. N.- L. Gillespie, Council ^resident, will conduct the session. (Reports will, be made by local •Parent Tesclicr Associations and feumiiia'ry reports are to be given Jfbr' the' county Welfare. County Schools nod Counlv Library. ' A memorial service will be held "Tor; the late Jifrs. .R. C. Langstoh. jjnst 'president of the Council. Another past president. Mrs. Spence ^Williams, will lead tlie "service. 7 " * * Parents Of Daughter \ The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. WilUngham yesterday Jit Skaller's Clinic Vms been named £ftnn Elizabeth. \ Mr. and Mrs. wlUinghnm arc pav- Vnte :of .another daughter, Patrl- .1 i a' Louise, seven. {, !virs, 'willingham Is the formci iMiss Bessie Henry, daughter Jrtr ; and Mrs. J. B. Hanvy. JDuncans Have Reunion V Tile home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Utirtc'an was the scene Sunday of p family reunion, the first in more Irian seven years. '! The reunion nnd dinner honored Mr. and Mrs. Duncan's son. Clyde puticaiVDf Chnffee-, Mo., who ob- iei'ved his birthday Sunday, and three other sons who nre veterans bf service in W°rM Wnr II. ' Sons'!who" served during World War II were Conway nnd Charles Duncan of :Blytheville, and John M. Duncan 01 Chaffee, Mo. {Present for the reunion \verc the tour guests of honor and their families; Miss Belty Parnell o[ Jonesboro, and .Miss Nell Eubariks ff Blytheville; Miss Nola Duncan, & daughter* and two other sons, I Sterling and 'Samuel. Miss Louise Cummings Wed to Charles Purtle i In a ceremony Saturday night nl the home of the Rev. Bates Sturdy, pastor of Luke Street Methodist Church, Miss Louise Cummings. daughter of Mrs. Esther Fry, became the bride of Charles Pu'^lc. The Rev. Mr. Sturdy officiated. . The bride chose for her wedding powder blue suit with a corsage of pink carnations mid bliick accessories. She moved to Blytheville three years ago from Wynne, Ark., where she attended school. The bridegroom was grutumtcil from Blythcville High School ami recently was discharged from the Armv, He is the son of Mr.s. J. W. Purtle and the late Mr. Pintle. Serving us his best man was his brother, Rot>ort Purllc. Mr. and Mrs. Pin-tie svlll mnkc their home In nlythcville. DAP. Luncheon Given At Noble Yestevclay Mrs, Cecil Branson Has La Nueve Club Mrs. Cecil Branson v,'as hostess lo La Nuevc Club and three ollu-r Veteran Is Speaker At Senior P'l'A Meet The schools of Kiv;lnnd were discussed yesterday ullernuuji l>y Jack guests, lv,-s. Robert llarllgan of iFlnlcy HoWmon at the Senior Par- New York City, guest of htr par-|cut-Teacher Association meeting In enls, Mr. nnd Mr.s. C. W. Atlick; ! Ihc HUjli School buildini;. Mr.s. Dale sluiflcr UiiUKS Russell llaynes KBIT. ' bafkgrontul nation "f the County and State ter, Miss Nancy Jane Stevenson, 4-II com Growing Contests. Four have been here as guests of Mrs. boys falfl they would talk to their ' Stevenson Jr., and in Dell as the ,<luds air/, entering the contest, j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill Mr. Ki'itli IMliMX'y gave n demon-' and family. striiiion in tin. 1 use of DDT in the [ Mr.s. Hay Worthlnglon, patient liomi- and on the farm. He said nt Memphis Baptist Hospital, will four pounds of 50 per cent DDT oe there several jnoro days due to powder would uiiikc 100 gallons of an unexpected complication fol- .spniy al a < :os t «f only S2. Last I lowing her major operation there year <>iu> gallon of the spray cost ] two weeks ago. With her now are more ihan (hut. DDT can be used on cows. (t'.'Bs, ami other animals In c-ontroHIni! fleas, lice and tlies, he ;,.iid. group were nrranyemi'nls o( Irises. roses a]id otln'r Spring fluv, r or:i. During evening bridge Kamc.s, guest high prlne went lo Mis. Parr and iimqng club members, to -Mrs. Mel- Vln Halsell. Second high was award- Mi to Mrs. Newell O. Jerome. The hostess served a dessert course. Two Are Hostesses Mr. lluhin.soii, who served In KIIK- land for .some linir divinj.; World for the ,War 11. told the jjroup of types of seluiols nnd homes in England and discussed .sdiools he had seen. He explained the system of education in Britain and told of various plia- M'.'i of an Knglish child's .schooling, 'file speaker, who held the rank, of major when discharged, also .spoke of Ids trip to England from As another part of the program, Miss .Jane Adams presented vocal solos. She was accompanied by Miss Juan Sarbcr. , ' . Mrs. llusscl! nnrhiini, president, i.'onduc.'ti'd the mci'llni;. Mrs. Charles Crlager read the president's mcs- Bits of News Mostly Personal session. 'L'he liv iei)cathi(j diction. A social hot! hoste.sses were group was dismissed the missionary beiie- • followed and the assisted in serving Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Mrs. W. A. Af- fllck anil Mrs. E. n. \VoiKlst>n were hostesses yesterday with n luncheon at Hotel Noble to 16 members of Charlevois Cliapter of Daughters of the Ainerlcan Revolution. Mrs. James Hill Jr., was speaker for the occasion ami had us her topic, "Pence In the Americas", one in a scries of discussions on the subject, "We Shall Serve Hie New World Pence." Mrs. Hill pointed out that there should be one sovereign law applicable to all nations. She explained that to preserve pence, men nud mi- c - Wll D i- tlons must work toBcthcr with that Omgei'S Will 1 1'actlCC onl in mind. Every individual must want p«acc aiid look at another man vith the thought, ''lie Is a friend vho wnnts peace and n:: nueh as I" and not with the attl- tide, "he is different and a fbr- igner." The grotip voted to extend a special welcome lo Mr.s. Martha Mc- Iwalh Hunt, chapter member, who Mrs. !.con Schcrcr and Mrs. 13r>n Mil/, were hostesses Monday afternoon to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of 1/uke Street Methodist Church and two other giU'sls. Mi's. Neville Blakemore and Mrs. l.acey Gordon. Mrs. Clovls McJlallcy led tlie pio- yrain on "Lalln America" iuul was assisted In presenting It by Mr.s. A mectiiij; or the Lone Oak 4-H Vance Dixson, Mrs. W, B, Mayo, CUib was h c 'UI FiKlny, \vill\- Curl Mrs. W, L. Circen nnd Mrs. Iverson I Wyatt presiding. Morris. I The fjronp sung, led by Alvenlit Mrs. McHaiTey also offered prayer I Walters, song captain. Mrs. Mayo conducted the business Club captains elected Mi". IZebreca McC'all of Mr. iitui Mr:i. 1'^. M. I* I suiiie-m. at Southwestern. Memphis. ! is lu-ic lui a few days, having • eoiii! 1 for funeral .services for Mis.s I.-'iV'Tinii 1 lif.ima;.. .'.iinliy inju'-ed ill ;i t-ar ufvitU-lH Sunday after- Noon. Mis .P. \V. Baynham, hertiaT^ii- ter, Mr.s. Louise Nash, and Mrs. I j,, '" n 4-1-1 Club Captains Elected At Lone Oak hy Mr.s. Tim Estes. A suiulwich plate Iced drinks was .served. this month \Villiamson, Williamson, pig captain; Billy Wallers, calf citptnin; Ixjls llamm, gardening & canning cniiluiii; l,ovle I lodge, Clothing captain; Alvenin Walters, 'poultry captain; and Honitn Wil- .liamson, cookery captain; gnve an expla- recently rbttirned fi^om Karachi. Tn- lia. where she .served 11 months nth tlie Red Cross. During the business session. It was -•cuorte'd that iin additional $23,00b hhd been added to the 5:102.600 in- •ested in government bonds by heiiibcis of Charlovotx cliapler. Guavd Hostess Honoring Houseguest Mrs. James C, Guard was hostess ' yesterday afternoon with a dessert bridge honoring her housegucst, Mrs. Jack II. Homsher of Indianapolis, Ind. The two tables of guests had as a setting arrangements of Spring Mowers and decorations carrying out the Easter theme. During afternoon bridge gamps, high score pri/.e went co Mrs. Coleman Stevens an^ second to Mrs. J. Farris McCalla. Traveling pri/.e wa.s awarded Mrs. Homsher. Finai rehein'sal of "The Ci'uci- flxlon" by Hlythcvltle Cliornl Society, to l)e presented Snndny afternoon, wil] be held Friday night. T.'M o'clock, at First Baptist, Church. "The Crucifixion" will be presented Sunday afternoon at First Bnptlsi church. 4 o'clock, with tlie public invited. were us follows: Leon cotton captain; J. W. W. C. l!iiv.e!b:iker TlKJin:!:; (itidt-es af Corning, Ark. spent yr.slcKlny here -.vilh Mr. nnd Mrs. C. (;. iieclman iind son. c. a. Jr., huvini: coint- to be with them ui>c:iiiM' ol ihc (ii'i.lh nf Miss l,n- Vonri" J^idJnan. Oi.uIcK Cole of Ai.lns, Okla., spent .se\'<M:!l diiys herr witli Ciodwin Clay a?u! his imretils, Mr. nnd Mr.s. J. W. Guy. Mr. Cole ami Mr. Guy both huvf b'.-in discharged from the Army Air c.'n:ps. ha\ r iiiK been in training tofirthr-r. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard have as their i.'iiest>; a few days Mr. and Mrs. Jack II. Hom.slun- of Indianapolis. Iiul. J. Iv Stevenson Jr., is in Itocln .-.In-, Minn., with his father. J. K. Kieven.son Sr.. of Junction Clt.\ p , Ark., who underwent c. major otJC-rntlon yesterday there. I They plan to return here April 23. Mis. Stevenson Sr.. nnd cltiugh- Mr. Worthlnglon and tlielr dauah- ler. Mrs. Hermon Carltdn. ivlr. tud Mrs. James L. Guard linve as their guest for several days. Miss Betty Lou Bra'nnon of liairi.sbitrg. 111. Miss Mary Katherine Reece has H'tvirned u> her home in Oonesboro, Itcr spending several days here i\t, of MW- H- K- Smith and lamily. Condition of Mrs. Kelly Springer, patient at Willis Hospital, Is stead- IIv Improving. She is tlie former Miss Joan Williams, daughter of daii(;hter VI| . . 1|1{1 Mrs vil . gil Williams. Mrs. S|» inger has been serloiLsly 111 foi llii! past few weeks. Miss Jewel Lee underwent an cnicrBency operation for appendicitis tills morning at Walls Hospital. Her condition Is satisfactory. Abner Ashcraft, Cootcr, Mo., inar- sha] critically injured two weeks ago Highway Gl uccklent, was able who accompanied the body of Miss LaVonne Redman here yesterday, win remain at home until after the Easier holidays. Dillon Re-fleeted E. J. Uliion, Blytheville cotton buyer, has been re-elected a member of the Executive Committee of the Arkansas Cotton Trade Association. He was named in a meeting Sal mday al Pine Bluff. Coming Events THURSDAY Entre Nous Club guests of John Foster. Octette Club meeting with It. c. Rose. GNB Club meets with Joe to be removed from Walls Hosplta ye.sterday to his home. His condition now is satisfactory. Miss Ann crook and Miss Ila Holers, students at Texas State College for Women at Denton and The Gift Shop MODERN — ANTIQUE Moss Bryan 103 E. Main Phone 2254 Amazing results shown in Improving the LOOKS ...boosting VITALITY! HELPS BUILD UP ;Wh*n Taken I Thruout f The Wonth > MSB • Cf»«» StonwcM: Tmttcl IT you suflerfedm monthly cramps Vith Spcbrnpanying headache, Jjackachc and nervous, jittery, Cranky feelings, — when duo to le- ^nale lunctlonal perlpaic disturb- Bnces^-try famous Lydta E. Pinkham's VcEcfcible Compound to re- Jie?ve such symptoms. » Hhkhfim'sCbrripouiid nbrs MORI lhan relieve sudh monthly pain Stils Bfeat medicine also relieves kcconrpahythg ii^eak, tired, rierv- »us leelings— of such nature. i Taken thruout the friotith— ftakham's Compound helps build np resistance againstsuchdlstress. Where Your Flowers Are— You Are! One cull to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP r.TJ). Service We D«H«r Anywhero Ph. 491 Mrs. j. M. (Mae) WlUIkms, owner Gleneoe Bldt- VALUE out of the food you eat is YOUR No. L HEALTH PROBLEM whether you cat 500 or 2,000 pounds yearly. To do this, medical science says, you must have an ade- i|uate supply of natural stomach DIG1-STIVE JUICHS, and 1UCIF, RHD-BI.OOD must be present. SSS Tonic may help you get both if this is your trouble, without organic complication or focal infection, as these two important results enable you to make use o] the food <is Nature intended. Thus you get fresh vitality... pep... do your work better... become animated ... more attractive! SSS Tonic lias helped millions ... you can star: today .. .at drug stores in 10 and 20 02. sizes. OS.S.S. Co. BUILD STURDY HEMTH < StA • SlEADT • SrSONG helps build STURDY HEALTH Great having you back...Have a Coca-Cola W you're In need of such help — *« urge you to give Plnkham's Oompouna a fair ind boniest trial Thoostndi upon thoti'sahds of ' women hkye repbrted . rcmark»ble Benefits. Just , ifie If you. too, aren't dcllnli'.ed with resultal .VWCTAMJ COMPOUND ... no place like home for friendly refreshment To every home come moments when the family hc^vt and hearth glow brightly. That's when Coca-Cola plays a mighty refreshing part. The words Have a Col^e have a friendly ring that meets a quick response. The ice-cold refreshment of Coca-Cola goes right along with the wannth of companionship and home hospitality. BOirlED UNDES AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY BY Coca.Col.i" ar^d its ,-ibbreviation Colcc" Arc the loyisleved It-.iiJo- tiurl<s which distinguish the prixt- I'.ct'of The Coca-Cob Company. LIGHTEN TOO DARK' UCC*V. T ANHf O . SKIN ..•»KI.K SUCCC5S BLIACH CRiAM CAUTIOM: l/se only MM. directed. MKo THE flinty COOKING FAT 9ts Wonderful! Patrick. Mrs. 13111 Turner hostess to Alpha Beta Ilunco Club. Mrs. Jesse M. White entertain: Club Ei«ht. Fldelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. J. o. Barnes. 7 p.m. FRIDAY Mrs. J. T. Stulcup hostess to Initial Club. Friday liook Club meeting with Mrs. E. B. G'hltwood. SE's BEAtrry SHOP 15 W. Main Street 1'IIONE 284Z Lorenu Hamilton Ocors?lfi Hudson THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner Ingram Bid;. Phone 3274 Come Out.,. with Your Family and Friends Enjoy d DELICIOUS DINNER 6f CHANNEL CATFISH Served Everyday Thurs. thru Sun. Delicious Steaks and Chicken Dinners Served All Week FEET HURT? Relief Guaranteed or Your Money Back! Nev/, Sensational V©Sva -Sole Arch Restorers Will hi most rtlk-r or iiuii mon (<iat wllt i ontd arctics, [irt's^uro fro ry all lyiiea of com- <:tns such as w^ak- ctataisal callouses. corn. 1 :. \CK pallia. Private Parties and Clubs Wi// be Served in Our Private Dihingroom You'll Enjoy Yolir Food at the Famous lioi'Is. weak proiKileiJ auHk.i. KXPKliTI.V riTTEIl Shoe Store ;U2 W. i\Iain Vhone 234Z Office Opens l:4l Slarta 2:''JO N YO KLCN Last Time Today Tuesday & AND SERVICE STATION On Highwiiy Gl 3'/ 2 Miles North of Stale Line Report of the Condition of FARMERS BANK & TRUST COMPANY RlylhevUle, Mississippi County. Ark., at the close tif business Alir. 3, 19iG RKSOUIICES: oans and Discounts ....................................... S 366.509.54 xrans on Real Estate ......... . ............................. 81,500.00 oans on Cotton aiid other Conihiodities ..................... 2,951.589.38 ivcrclrafts. Secured nnd Unsecured ......................... 317.80 '. S. Securities not pledged ................................. 1,053.000.00 '. S. Securities pledged ---- . ................................ 1,202,500.00 tock in Federal Reserve Bank ........ ...................... 9.000.00 ither Honds nnd Securities, Including State Warrants. County nnd City Scrip ........................................ 62,800.01) uruiture and Fixtures ... .................................. 1 .DC tanking House including Montgomery Ward Bkla ........... 10,00!). 00 "ash nnd Due from Approved Reserve Banks ................ 2,850,757.111 I her Resources .................... ' ........................ 1.00 TOTAL ................................................. S8.R-t7.97G.20 UAWUTIES: Jomnum Slock surplus Fund. Certified Undivided Profits. Net SnviiiBS Accounts tulividiml Deposits, including Public Due lo Banks Time CertillctUes of Deposit U S Government Deposits nsliier's Checks panish Main with Vnul Ilenrcitl and Aliuirecn <)'ll:lr:i Selected Short otlujects onlliniou,^ Showing: Kvcrytlay .© I9<4 1',. CCCo. S :S 801.335.J3 Funds. C.192.132.C1 291,853.01 74.535.00 757.587.00 g',,22!).4fi 1SO.OOO.OO 150.000.00 11 rcitnl Aminint of nil Classes Deposits as Above Shown Thursilay and Friflay RAY MILL AND JANE WYMAN Paramount Xcw.s; Also Short: Con Minions Showing Kvcry Day IKS. TOTAL 8.G47.97S..2 SUlc of Arkansas, county of Mississiitpl I. B. A. Lynch, President, or R. I., niuislcr. Cashier of the above named 15ank. do solemnly swear that the nbove. statement is true to tin- best of my knowledge iuul belief. U. A. Lynch, President R. I.. Baiilslor. Cashirr Attest: 13. A. Lynch P. E. Warren J. L. Cherry Subscribed nnd KWOVU to before me IVur, 8th day of April, 1946. My Commission expires March 25. 1947. Bryan. Notary Public. Matinees Sat. & Snn. Only Box Office Opens G-.30; Sh«w BUrt« 6:15 V. !\t. Each Kventnf Opens Sunday i:00; Starts IslS Cnnlinnoin Slir.ivs Sat. anrt Bin. Bargain Mght Kvery Nljht Except Saturday. N'o pa.<5v« honored »o H«nd»T M (Seal> E. R. For Your Horiie Just received large shipment of SpriiiK-Hlled HviiiK room furniture. 2 piece living room suites. $159,95 to S204.50. Couch suites, 2 piece, SIOI.95 to $199.50. COUch only S50.S5 to S83..50. Also a largo number of spring I"" 1 rockers to select from. Alvirt Hardy Furniture Co. New and Used 301 East Main St. Thon* 2302 I,:is( 'time Todiiy Story of Dr. Wassei! willi {\-.\r\ Con|irr and I.urainc Day Thursday l) (H :n i>. and Friday i' T, AT II KK Ectdie Was a Lady with Ann Miller and Hal Mclntyre

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