The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 22, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Wed To John E. Deen An Ettt4» weddtar ' of interest In f Miss Dor- 'Mri. UJr^ jtle Rjrl** of Kythfvillf and W C : Rykje of Memphis, to John E. D**n, son of Mr tiyi Mrs J 5 Deen The c«* iDopy was performed j fi solo. The program \\ o'clock n IK) will an Executive o'clock. Board session at terday mortring- 9 o clock «t the home of .'...the IMv. Bates Sturdy, pastir Lake' Street Methodist Church. Ttje bride's matron of honor was her sist«r, : Mrs.'T.'C.. Hawkjits. The bride wore Jin aqua blue ' crept 'dress with Klack accessories. Pinned at her shoulder was a yel- }of -throated- orchid. Mrs. Hawkins wore n grey dress with." black accessories and a cor- >>3ge o/ yellow roses. Ehvood .deen served his brother as' beSt' man. Mr.- ai\d Mrs. Deen - will make ' their home in Lake Providence ta.,'where he is employed .-at the; Mrs._ J. P. Hocott at. theli 53s's{ Carroll Lumber Co. Long a resident "ot BlytheviHe, he , was connected with .Delta Lumber Com- pint and w\ed ns president of the,Ki»anls Club Beth the bride and bridegroom were graduated from • Blythcvllle Hist School and she was employed ''coll, Mrs. Cnrra Prultt al Arkansas-Missouri '.Power Cor- Leliind Hodge, porition at the time of her' mar- I Prizes were given lo those who rings, }foun<l the most cut's nnd photo- Minister To Speak .The Rev. R. S. Bulrd, pastor of Piisl^ Christian Church, will be guest* speaker tomorrow afternoon at Lhe. jur.-or High School Parent .Teach*)-. Association meet, to be held In the auditorium. Other participants on the program, the last to be held ^luring this school term, will lie Mrs. R. C. Allen and Mrs. Ralph Ben-y- man.' Mrs. Allen will present n vlo- lin'solb and Mrs. Bcrrynian, n piano Ill begin at 3:15 be proceeded Mrs. Asher, 83, Hunts Easter Eggs Yesterday Eifihty-threc year old Mrs. Molly Asher set the pace yesterday ai the- Easter hunt given ijy Mr. untl on the Gosnell Road. Mrs. Asher was guest of honor at .the hunt where other guests were members of the Primary Department of Calvary Baptist Church ant! their teachers and 12 visitors. Teachers present were Mrs. Ho- nnd Mrs. • Dejegates Return graphs taken during the afternoon. Mrs. C. M. Gray, Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd and Mrs.- J. B. , Bcasley re- tuirted Friday night from Little Roc)c where they attended the 40th annual Presbyterial Auxiliary at the First Presbyterian Church. A; guest -Hfttnter- at the Presby- JO,- M. A. Honored At Reunion , First - Presbyterian, -church litre. Other sptatera included '.- Mrs. 'D. B |ftimes ot Jonefcboro" "who discussed the spiritual Life ])hnse of Hie Auxiliary; Mrs. W. Diaper of Knre*t City, whose subject was Tlje Christian Post w ir World Woman of (he and Mrs. R. T. Shields' of Memphis.- former mis- sloilaiy to China. Ip addiUon to the 6a delegates, present were 100 visitors.' ' * * OUt-of-town Guest Honored Saturday Miss Martha Washington of Holly drove, Ark., was guest of honor whi 'Mary Relchel cnter- Ciilef Warrant Officer J. M. Wil- liams,-USN, son of Mrs. Mary DruKe of Blytheville, was guest of honu; yesterday nt a family reunion In St. Louis. Warrant Officer Williams is home on leave after 18 months service in U>e' Pacific Theater. He was accompanied here by Mrs. Williams, who makes her home in San Diego. • Accompanying W-Onnrt Mrs. Wi'- llains to St. Louis were his mother and sister, Mrs. Homer Fisher. Helil at the home of his brother, GcoviS'.' Williams, others who attended wr-ii> Mrs. Cnrl Hobinson, a sister, and Mr. Robinson, of Little Rock; in- other sister, Mrs. Ruby Bnsey, niul '• slid Mrs. s. H. Brehm of-'New Orleans, (o Frank Owen Owyn Jr., sou of Mr. and Mrs. Owvn of OKctola. The wedding was solemnized AIM-II 13 al the home of the bride's pnrents wjlh Father Bafchele of New Orleans ofllclatlnj. marriage dress ol The bride, given In by her father, wore u white brocade satin, trimmed In luce. Her veil or Illusion, fulllim leyoml the long train, was held with a coronet of seed pearls. She carried B bouquet of while carnu- lions and purple orchids. Her maid of honor, Miss Put Fcrrell of New Orleans, wore n dress of aqua organdy fashioned like the bride's and carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations. Richard Brehm, brother of the bride, served Mr. Owyn us best man. . ' , Mr. and Mrs. will make their hope In Memphis. Mr. Owyn. graduated from Osceola High School, recently was discharged from the Navy after three fuel a hair yours service, .speeding most of that time in the Pacific. Ho is now employed by American Plating Co. of Memphis. r Bits of News Mostly; Personal family, of Joliet. 111., and a brulncv Clinrles Drake, of South Bend, In.t. • W-O Williams is a veteran of 19 years service, + • • Dancing Party Held , Coming Events TUESDAY Miss Mnry Acini) Robinson enli!.'- titlns La Nucv« Clni>. Double G Club incellng with Mi;,s argftret Sliavcr. Mrs. Murray Smart hostess to Tuesday Club. Order of the Eastern Stnr mee'.- Ing for IniUitlon services 8 • p in :tt the hall. • Junior High Parent Teacher A»- ftoclntion meeting at 3:15 o'clock; Executive Board. 3 j>.m. WEDNESDAY Women's Foreign Missionary So- tiety of First church of the Naza- Vene meeting <u the church, 2:30 P.m. Mrs. Baker Wilson entertains Wednesday Bridge Club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Cleo Langston. THURSDAY Mrs. R. F. Khshner entertains '1-hursdu.y Luncheon Club. The ' ' y ling Saturday night lield pnrty. month. Oi'Bani/cd last year for dancing MlsS, *lth' a "luncheon Saturday at Hotel Noble MiKS -Washington, student ni, Unjverstty of Arkansas FuyeUe-' lmlies > th o club .is mnrte up of vlllp. is the houseguest of Missl cl K lltl1 nlK ' ninth ginde students. * f "ry -K^-^WJiie Hose aBd. parents, J ChaperoneK for the affair Gatur- Mi an* l*r^ R c Rose,-'it their(™i ; 'ilsht were_Mr. aurt Mrs. R. F, homrjjl ^joseland Ml!>i Rose aimlKlrshner. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ever- th4 hostess falso are students at |, e tt D. Gee. lh«Unlversity | . Included in those present was effective arrangement otj^5aureen Norris, daugliter of Mr. roses with varied shades ol' "nd Mrs. Samuel P. Morris. A slu- Double Pour Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Bill Malin. Mis. Raymond Smith hostess ta Entre Nous Club. Mrs. A. Conwuy hostess to Mill- week Bridge Club. Friendly Rook Club meeting with i [Mis. R. A. Copelnml. wns the sel-| Mrs. J. O. Ellis hostess to Oc- lor the JJ /telte Club membei-s. twice encii Mrs. J. T. Ilickman entertains -Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Wllllnni R McOanghey has been removed yesterday to his home, 1041 Chlckasawba, from walk Ifospital, where lie underwent on appendectomy several days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Punish have as their guests for several days her parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Gray of Atchison, Kans. Alvls Hughes Is home with Mrs. Hauls and family after receiving Jii.s discharge from the Army at the Separation Center at Camp chaf- fee. He Is a veteran of service in the Pacific. Dave Sjwncer. now of Forrest City, .spent yesterday here nnd ut Hoi-' hind and Cooler, Mo., with relatives. Mrs. J. K. Warren left Saturday for an extended visit with hpr soiu, .1, T. Wni-ren In Pine Bluff, and Max Warren In Jackson, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bailies h.iva none to Hot Springs, where they wl'l •i|>cnd three weeks. Mrs. ixickie Ross of Memphis was Die weekend guest of Mr. and Mis. Alton B. Jnggers ami children Jlm- •y and Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey T. Kidcl had their Easter guest his mother Mrs. H. T. Kidd Sr., of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Gray had as .beir weekend guest their son, C. M. 3ray Jr., of Birmingham, Ala Mv Gray met Ills mother Friday nigh!, in Memphis when she was en roiita 'lOine from Little Rock, where she- ittcnded the Arkansas Presbytc'inl neetlng. Mrs. B. B. Wilson had as her (uests during the weekend Mr. a-nl Mrs. B. E. Sweeney and children, ii and Jerry Wayne; and Mr:J. B. Turner, nil of McConni'll Teim. Dr. and Mrs. Paul I,. Tipton tit- lay went to Dyersbnrg, Tenn., ai- cr s|»iuling n brief visit here with Mrs. H L. Chambers. In Dyei-i- Ul 11 centerwl the iable_ was assisted jy her Ifss fc. ""' ~ * "^ *v^i«ticyt HHU ." auft Mrs H L Kuester of Marion,' In*. ^ • • • P^iy Is Canceled . ijira Berniee Wyli e coiil<ln'l Itnve th^East^"- egg hunt she'd planned fqfci weeks—she Is ill of measles. daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. W. W^Jie, she had invited approxi- niiHeh/ 50 friends Ejatyi day for the hu«t. But. measles" have" no. resnecl fof»plans so a verj unhappy Dora BeRjlce spent her Easter In bed Insitad of as hoste-s to a gay egs dent at St. Ceclila Academy, Nasli- yillc', Tenn., she spent the Easter Jiolleiriys licr parents. Frank Gwyn Marries Louisiana Resident Some ci\ter|)illnis outgrow nnd shed their skins eight times while Bipwing up. , ,; , 'i. $25 Reword for information enabling me to secure a 6 or 7 room unfurnished house, ConUct E; V. (Buck) Tomlinson ACTS ON THE KIDNEYS To iicreue flow *f Brine ud relierc irriUtWaf tic bladder from excess acidity ia tke urine A" y»u »ull«rto» uim.oiurr dlstren, kjek,.^B l«ll n , , n 'j J,,^,: t from ixctii »tUh>. k, lb« urln.) An u dliturbtd nlcbU by * frequent desitQ p>«> «Utr> Tbrn you jkouM knov -~ut Ihnt f«mau* doelor'm djicovery — DR. KILMER'S SWAMP HOOT —fh=l ,»«d, „, ,,,„ b|,...J rtlu , s,,.,,,,, '• « c.r.fullr bl.^,d comblutlM, ct trki, root., «|tt»t>1«i. Dr. Kilmer, I, not h. r .|, „ b.blt-lormlni In w.,. M.ny ,.r It, m.,u.l. u , . AU dru l( l«t itor »ill Easter be the only spe- ciaf day «he win have to spend inwde ToijiBrron )s her birthday. tan BUILD UP RESISTANCE distress of WEAKNESS H yon saffer from monthly cramps *ith accompanying headache, n '- rvou «. •ale tmrBonai periodic diitiirb- gee»-*ryra»ous LydU E. Pink- 22 Ve f et * 1 * CompcAmd to r«- •f«« wen irroptoms. ' , Ptakh«m>c<»npound sou m»i reUe»* such meoUUy p»j n Of interest in Osceola Is nnnonn- I'hone 2,'i;i5 — 119 East Ash cement of the marriage of Miss Jane Marie Brehm. (laughter lit Liquid Dyamlune lia» been scatcc because ol war <rondilioi«. Your dealer "ill have more just as soon as materials r<= available Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East Main P ^ 3616 burg, they are hous«mests o' Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Moody. Their permanent home here, they have iyan lit Texas for the Winter because of Dr. Tiptoti's health. Quincy Oliver Alexander underwent an operation for' appendicitis Saturday at Blytlieviile Hospital. His condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. Maude Melton, who has been .receiving treatment at Blytheville hospital, has been removed to the home of relatives in Jonecboro, where she formerly resided. Mi. and Mrs. D. C. Pafford sp»nt Easter weekend In Murray City. Tenn., us guests of Mrs. Paftord's sister, Mrs. Ben Williamson, and family. Robert Scott, of Memphis- is guest ot his family here. Thomas H. Coppage attended to business Saturday In Memphis ar.-l from there went tc Itla Bpna, Mtsi., to spend the weekend with his mother, Mis. W. M. Coppage. Mr. and Mrs. Ted P. Fisher s|x-m Easter weekend In Memphis a:; guests of Mis. Fisher's mother. Mrs C. S. Slsk. Jack Owen has returned fram Memphis where lie sjienl the weak- end with his parents, Mr. and Mn>. Frank A. Owen, MONDAY, APRIL 22, 1946 Mrs. H. N. Irwln, hower, and of Osceola. Mrs. ch»rli« Thomas won high score (trine and Mrs. Roy Ware low score prlie. Mrs. Crawford was presented a "ajU. The hostess served a salad- sandwich plate with Iced tea. Luxoni Society—Personal MRS. C1,ARI'>!CK CRAWFORD KN'l'KKTAINKO Mrs. Joe Hires entertained with a three-table bridge party, Saturday afternoon, In honor of Mrs. Clarence Crawford, of Anchorage, Alaska who is visiting Her parents. Mi. n.'id Mrs.. S. J. Smith und hc'i" son. Clarence p. Crawford and Mrs, Crawford. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Roy Ware. Mrs. Chester Dane- CLUBS HAVE DANCt The QuiJI »nd Scroll and The Panther clubs and their sponsor Mrs. Avis Crawford, »ve an Informal dance, Friday nlfht at the scout Hut. . * • • Miss Eunice Shlnn vac called Thursday, to be with her mother, Mrs. N. D. Shlnn of RuswHIvllle Ark,, who Is *erJou«ly 111. • • • Mrs. Julia Owen left Monday for Hagertown Md., for a two- weeks visit with her »ist*r, Mrs, R. L. Wagner. • • • Howard Bowen, Jr., arrived Thursday from, San Francisco, where he was discharged fron the Navy, for a visit with hi* parents Mi-, and Mrs. Howard Bowen. Mr. Bowen was In the Navy for 18 months, with th« past six montlis spent in the Pacific. • • • Mrs, W. E. Allison and sister, Mrs. Clara Sanger, of Detroit, spent Sunday in Paragould visit- Ing friends. • • • ' Leslie Evans and Mrs. Evaiiv and their daughter, while enrouti to Little Rock, to visit Mr. Evan's mother, Mrs. Emma Evans, stopj>ed in Luxora for a two day's visit with his uncles, Sidney Evans and R. N. Forbes and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Evans. • • • . 13. O. Wilklns. Junior, student In Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, visited. friends, Friday before going to Jonesboro to sec his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Wilklus. . At The Hospital* Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Louella Stalllngs, city. Qulncy Oliver Alexander, city. Mrs. j. R. Dillard, Portagevllle Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wor- thain, Manila, a son Saturday. Dismissed: Mrs. R. L. Camper and baby. city. Mrs. Maude Melton, city. J. B. Walker, city. C. C. Wells, city. . . George Caughrqn, city Tom Halter, city Clarence Morris, city. Jiminle Dunivant, c-lty, Wall* Hospital Admitted: Earl Mollett, city. W. w. Hardy, RI. 3, city. Wanda Lee Fleeman, Manila. Mrs. Gordon Lorrcn, Holland Mo Mrs. Bill Fitzgerald, nt. 1, city Mrs. Elmer Battles, Armorel. Mrs. Ernie Howell, Steele, Mo Tommy Crawford, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Horace Smith, Manila. Mrs. Mary F. Graham, Steele, Mo. Born to Mr. u nd Mrs. Bert O. Wells, Steele, Mo., a daughter last night. Dismissed: Mrs. L. Houchlns, city. W. F. McGaughey, city. Mrs. B. A. Morrison, Lilbourn, Mo. Mrs. Fred Dutton and bab'y, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: I- Mrs;. George McCullouyh, Haytl, Mo. Memphis SI.' Joseph Hospital Admitted:• Mrs. D. C. Frew, Joiner. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: , S. G. Lockliart, Osceola: / Osceola Schools Again Accredited The Osceola' schools have been accredited by the North Central (Association for the third successive year, it has'been announced by Supt. Dean H. Whiteslde. Superintendent Whiteslde lias returned from Chicago where he attended a meeting of the assocla- I lion and was assigned to a com- 'niltt'e'e to evaluate the schools in Ohio. Read Courier News Want Ada. ANTIQUES Marble top fables—New Selections Ovals, OMongH, Etc. Several Sines HAND PAINTED PLATES LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP Telephone 2798 Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, ' but month after month. Ask about this plan I^FLOWER SHOP r.TJJ. Serrie* w* Deliver Anywhere ; rt>. 4»I Mn. J, M. (Mae) WtUUim, .won GleneM BMx. •A* Watch lor Our GRAND OPENING! ' «uch nature -n throout the month— «*nkn«m s Compound helps build ~*»* »»« m need or men h*jp_ ' l^PMIMU COM»Ouiai PLANTING SEED! Bella 1'inc 14 Cot Ion S«ed. l)e- linled Ccresan Ireated 100 !h. J««KS. Those seeds showed less than SO',, Korminalion. $3.00 Per 100 Ibs. Come and See Them Before Buying UMITK.I) SUI'IM.Y We arc offering (hese s««ds on account of (he scarcity of planting seeds. BRYAM FARMS, OSCEOLA, ARK. Please Note: No Beer Will Be Served. We will specialize in Prescriptions Tho New SI we will lie under the I'crison;ii Management of Perry Rothrock We are busy remodeling, pointing, decorating and re-arranging our stocks, getting ready for a Grand Opening about May 1st. When we finish we will have one of the most modern, up-to-date drug stores in this section. Watch for Our Opening On or About May 1st The welcome sign will b* up and you'll find here an enjoyable place to drop in for a refreshing soda, a tasty lunch, and to shop in for your many drug needs. An efficient, courteous staff will be waiting to serve you. ROTHROCK DRUG CO Successors to The Borum Drug Co. 205 West Main St. Blyth«vill«, Ark. To 6ef More Soap ? about the oceans of thesoap and soap powders you need so badly... and let the fats tliat help make them dribble down the drain. Some day, sure, you'll get mort soap. But when? Not until the country's industrial fat supply has been built up tremendously. Right now, it is at a record low. Suppose, though, you wnnt soaps to come back to Uie counter sooner ...what can you do? your u«d fats . . . just «s cart-fully as during the war- There's more meat now more fat to save. . .so it's lots easier. You American housewives arc olready turning in a healthy share of our present industrial fat supply. If yoti slacken up, naturally there'll b* Jess fats. And less fats mean less soaps,l«sofall pea cet i me prod nets. So k«p saviraj. You get 4i for every pound . . . and every pound makes about two pounds of the soai>s you need I rtcwf's soap KKf TtWNING IN USED FATS TO Har MAKE MORE SOAP Landyt' Beauty Shop 200,-? W. Main St. Phpnt 3990 Landy* Hewlett Insurance of every kind Phone 3545 W. J. Pollard Agency Continuant Showt Ererj Dij Box Office Opens !:<» Show Starts 2:90 UHTEN TO KLCN •:M m.wt. It:** r m t:M • Last Time Today ', Hold That Blonde with Ertilie Bracken and Veronica Lake Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing- Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Fvcryday Matlnen Sat- A Sm. Onlj Box Office Opens 6:1*; Shew BUrto 6:45 r. M. E»ch ETenlnc Opens Snndaj 1:90; SUrte 1:1* Continaoiu Shew* Sat. mat •••.' Bartaln Nijht Erery Nlfht Exocyl Saturday. N* pane* hcnored »n Bute* M the Boxy. Last Time Today" Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble with Mickey Itooney and I.ewLs Stone Fnx N'ews and Selected Short] Tuesdny and Wednesday nomi.E FEATURE „,, - MW WAKNCK mi tDMUNO GWENN • GEO. TOBIAS SEO.COUIOURIS -fAYE EMERSON. Directed by COWARD A. BUJT

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