The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 29, 1946
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FAUfe TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS David Bocne Will Wed NevV Orleans Resident * . •,.. . Announcement , ha* been made of th« engagement of Miss Emma BriAre of. New Orleans, daughter of fars. Theodore' Brlerre, io Lieut. David Booiie, sou of Mrs. Annie J. Boone of Blytheville. Tlie weAilng is lo be solemnized May 2* in Natchez, Miss., at the ant«-bellum ho«i« of Die bride's grandmother,- Mrs. Walls. Miss Brlerre was graduated from high school in New Orleans and Lieutenant Boone from Blythevllle High School. Now stationed at Fort Enstes. Vn. lie is ft veteran of two years seiv ice in the European Theater. Lieutenant and Mrs. Boone will make their home In Fort Eustes while he is stationed therei Couple pictured After Wedding Dinner Honors Two Vefnon Boyd and Thiirman M- Gce';|. were guests of honor at a I birthday dinner yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Boyd (n Pride Addition. T>je table was centered with a birthday cake, and decorating the honlev were arrangements of ro&ei ancO«meysucklc. Included among the 28 friends wert'several from out-of-town. These 'included Mr. and Mrs. Leon Robinson oi Jonesboro; n. C. Williams and Ecrgt. L. Fielding, both oi Torrence, Califj; MI;, and Mrs. Bain Ben; of Denton, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. W O. House and children of Yalbro. Methodist Women Meet Lone Oak Methodist Missionary .Society met Thursday afternoon with;Mrs. Ben Ray.' Eight members were'; present, Including one new member, Mrs. H. A. Poff: ''Peace Foundation in Latin America" was read by Mrs. C. E- Heart and the secretarial report made by Mrs, Glen Alexander. The- "Fruit of the Spirit" was read by Mrs. J. \\ r . Kelds nnd it was .announced the next meeting would be with Mrs. J. VV. Fields. Mr. and Mrs. J. Albert Endcrlin had as llielr guests this weekend her father, J. B. Ponder; her sister. Mrs. J. W. Smith, Mr. StuIVli unit children. Rosalind and Ernestine, all ol Searoy, Ark; her brother. Ernest Ponder, Mrs, Porxlei' and son, "Vickie," of Ix>s Angeles, Calif. Mrs. H. C. Caller and daughters. Miss Leona carter and MIES Gladys Carter; MIN. c. A. Cummlngs and sons, Clarence Wayne and Ijiri-y; Charlie Biltlngsley of Luxora; Mrs. E. O. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Louis Procter, spent the weekend in Memphis. They were guests of Mrs. Smith's daughter, Mrs; L. M. Carney nnd sons. Vmice"and Howard. A feature of the' weekend was a picnic yesterday afternoon nt Memphis fairgrounds. Owen "Pete" Walker has arrived fpr a brief stay with Whltls' parents before this week Lieutenant going to Huntingdon, Tcnn.. Sunday where she Is la lake part In Ilic weddltiu of Miss Jean Douglas, •school mate of Mrs. Whltls al Ran- Uolpli-Mtkctm Woman's College. Lynchljuti!. Va., and Vanderbllt University. Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. I' K. Cooley lias been removed lo Blythcville Hospital f^r treatment after having become 111. Her condition Is satisfactory. O. K. llalina Is undergoing treatment al lllythevllle Hospital, having been in ill health recently. His condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. Sc-lmn Levy Allenbcrg and duughl'-r. iCay, of Memphis, spent- Saturday here as guests of Mrs. A!- lenbeiis's father, H. H. Levy, Mrs. J. K. Gesell, who Is ill, ha 1 ; been removed to Walls Hospital for treatment. Her condition was believed satisfactory today. 1 Kellon Francis, superintendent nf BJytheviJle Compress, underwent an Vpenuum Wednesday fur appendicitis in North Mississippi Community hospital, Tupelo. Miss. His condition Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon spent |he weekend in East Prairie, Mo. They uc-]'e accompanied by Mr. and •Mrs. Hawkins of Memphis and ^'ent especially lo see Marilyn Mahon. "T-5 Joe Jones arrived home last light following his discharge from the Army at Camp Clinffce. A veteran of 27 months service, he was on ^duty in the European Theater New Jap Premier? MONDAY. APRIL 2D, 101(5 Minister Will Speak For Wheatley Seniors The Rev. Hay L. Mcl.ester, pastor of Yarbro-Promlsed Land charge of the Methodist Church, will deliver the Baccalaureate sermon for (he graduating class of Wheallev. Ar-High School. Before coming to Blytheville, the Rev. Mr. McLester was pastor of Whealiey Methodist Church. For the past three years lie has been invited to deliver the Baccalaureate ;jermon there. He will speak for the fourth consecutive Wheatley senior class service May 19 at the school. Corning Events ; TUESDAY Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon hostess to Tuesday Bridge Cfub. Miss Peggy White" hostess to L» Nueve Club. , ' .. . .'- WEDNESDAY Mrs. H. C. Rose entertains Town nnd'Country dub. ••'' . THURSDAY Mrs. Loy Welch entertains Oc- Jtfrs. Byron Nail hostess to ONB Club'. Mrs. Paul Jobe entertains Club Mid-week Club meeting willi Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Mrs.V Ivy Crawford hostess t< Entre Nous Club. Double Four Bridge Club meeting With Mrs. Roy Rca. Friendly Rook club guests of Mr: E. B. Chitwood. FRIDAY Junior Fellowship O f First Methodist Church meeting at the church.. . May Fellowship Luncheon. Council of First Women, Hotel Noble, 1 p.m. The wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Uimar Whistle o( Rose-land was solemni/ed April 7 at the home of the bride's parents in Osceoin. The bride is the former Miss Molly Watson. Af The H lllylhovilk Hospital Admitted: Martha Ryk-e, citv. Ota Hell Sunders." city. Eddie James, city. Mrs. P. E. Cooley. city. O. E. Hannn. city. Mrs. Jack Adams, Tomato. Mrs. James Lawrence, city. Mrs. Pauline Cockran, city, dismissed: Mrs.'Ed KrnpfT. city. Mrs. Herbert Bcnslry uncl baby city. Ruby Lee Jackson, city. Edna Wilson, city. , Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Herman Smith, Manila. L. G. Dorah, city. Martha Lee Hart, city. Alva GalLhor, Haytl, Mo. Mrs. IJcrt O. Wells, Stccle, Mo. Mrs. J. S. Gescll, city. Kelly Ann Rose. city. Thomas Mclvin Pencil, city. Dismissed: Mavis Shirley. Caruthersville. Mo. Mrs. E. L. Farmer and baby, Steele, Mo. Dorothy Moody, Cnruthcrsville, Mo. Mrs. Onic Lipscomb. Steele, Mo. Bunch White, city. Besiic Bishop, city. Betty Young, city. William Jones, city. Ernest Usrey, city. Mrs. L. M. ChinauH and baby. Slcele, Mo. . Mrs. Mary Graham. Steele, Mo. Mrs. Orbie Harris and buby. Holland, Mi). Dorothy Lee Lambert. Rt. 1, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Charles Johnson. Steele. Mo. home- to spend .several days" with i se ^" ll molltlls his parents, Mr and Mrs J T ' Ml '- "» (i Mrs - Lco Stephens hncl Walker, ill their home In Huffman' " s ;thcil ' «" L ' sts IWs wceken <l her He Is n student at Yale Untvcr- Vilsltis. Mrs. Ernest Porter and Miss slty. New Haven, Conn. 1 Gl'i'lys Fisher, botli of St. Louis. Kulph M. Woiidcrly of Bartles-' ~ ville, Okla.. was the weekend guesl Sugar Stamp NO. 39 ents, MI,,mid Mrs, "j" wl^'picids" J '"° ^ x P' re Tomorrow He recently was discharged from' the Marine Corps after duty In ! the Pacific area. H. C. "Buddy" Weathers has been discharged from -the Navy- and Is now at home with his-parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Weathers. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith and daughter, jnnoei, have moved from 1047 Chlckasawba to 1504 west Walnut. Mr. and Mrs. Herman CnrHon have purchased the house on Chicka.sawbn. Miss Jessie Glenn Tomlin and Miss Emily Wixson spent the week- cud in Osoeola ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Sullivan and other friends. Furnswortli Arwood has arrived home to be with his parents. Mr. mid Mrs. B. O. Arwood, following his discharge from the Army at rjorden General Hospital. Clilck- nsha. Ok]». A veteran of three and Ichiro Hotoyama, above, leader of Japan's Liberal Parly, may bo named by retiring Premier Ki- jnro Sbhlehara as (he man lo organize, the country's next cabinet. Such nomination requires General RlacArthur's approval. HUSH KIDNEY Benefit wonderfully from famous Doctor's uiscovtry that relieves backache, run-down feeling due to ficess acidity in the urine ' SPRINGFIELD III. djl'l—All ill- crc-aslng demand for electrical power on farms is repotted by R.R. i WASHINGTON. April 29. (U.P.) —The OPA .reniindcd housewives today (hat sugar stamp No. 3!) expires tomorrow. Spare stump No. 49 will bi> validated May 1. It will be good for five pounds of sugar through Aug. 31. OPA said provision will be made to validate a .spare stamp lor .summer home canning in June or July. Sufjnr for spring canning was provided wit!) recent validation of spare .stamp No. 9. KC Meeting To End HELENA, Ark.. April 23. (U.P.) —Stale Deputy Leo Krebs of Little Rock was booked to preside at a business session of the Knights ol Columbus as the final day. of their neet here got 'underway.' •' James E'. Reynolds of Texar- kanu, Slide Advance, spoke last light at the annual banquet. Three degrees were conferred nt stale-wide initiation at the armory here Sunday afternoon. Make Hot Dishes Of Cold Cuts ri half years -servlee. he was on duty in the Pacific, having served nt Manila (aid Tokyo. Japan. Lieut., and Mrs. Harry Whills. of Memphis, spent the weekend here as quests of \jrs. Whitis' parents. Mi", and MIK. Fred Wan-en. Mrs. Whitis. the former Miss Marjorie Warren, will go to Greenfield. Tenn., sljcf fron\ L)»ii'(iil & yj k )ij|aius of bladder rrll.ilton L.iused by excess actdity In the irim-. DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT cl-i Inu o.! Ilio kidneys lo rase discomfort ')' (ii-ojno.'itip (lie flow of url'jie. This pnr«' erbal medicine is csp.;!ally wilcom. here LUdUer trriUIJQa dn« lo «xc«»t :id!*y is rcsponsiljle for "fcttinr up a r j$)it." A carefully blended comMr^tion < 10 herbs, rools. vf letabtes, balun; Dr.'s contains nothing harsh, is ab- olutely n'f.-hahit formins'. Just food Ini uilicnts that many say have a rrnjri'tfou* */'<ct. All druvtists sell S».mp Rool. ^ TOO FAT? CJf ^\ Get SLIMMER this % vHamin candy way ^1 ilave a mote sk-nder. '.Kr.-iccfu! feufc. No cn-i- Ducks Crash on Road RpS"OMMON, Mich. (UP)— Add nndther civilization-created hazard Tor migrating dticks. Northward flying ducks mistook a macadrun highway, slick with a light rain, for a watercourse. was .killed coming in for a landing |a'ii<I' ninny others were injured. We Specialize in Fresh, Fruits and Vegetables Seed and Plants Wholesale or Retail Blytheville Curb Market 130 E. Main Phone 073 SKIN SUCCESS SOAP and OINTMf NT Landys' Beauty Shop 2003 W. Main St. Phone 3990 I/andvs Rowlett Radio Service \ ' "TV Amgtt .Refrigerator Service Fnd Lawler . ..Dasher, I rone r and Gas Engine Service •' Philip Frcl Vacuum Cleaners. Fans, Irons and Small Appliances ( Re- j paired. i ADAMS APPLIANCE ,, COMPANY, inc. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phune 2071 20C-D8 W. Main %> . cisinjf. No laxatives. N <lnj«s. Wiifilfu- simple A VUS Vi(j»iiiriCim<JyI»«luciii«k'l:iii you don't cul uuL any meals, staiclic-s. ptiiatoes, meats or linply cut Ilie/n clown. It's easier ioy ilclictous (vii;i!rlii fo^tilicd) l lent^ comlucte-J Ly mnliral JtKtors. 100 »*TM»» U*t 14 «• 19 to*. b AVUS Viumlu K1KI1Y BKOS. DRUG STORK * Insurance of every kind Phone 3545 W. J. Pollard Agency Glencoe Hotel Parks, University of Illinois agriculture engineer. ]l t . said one rural I'ti'clrluiil co-operative .showed n 27 |icr com client increase during the war years, which is indicative of all other co-uni'rulives in Illinois. I.Olil-.NK'H UUAIJTY SHOP I2T. W. Slain Street I'HONE 2812 Lorcne Hamilton Georgia Hudson " Sftow* Every Day i<i Office Opens L:4t Show Stares 2:»0 LJMTILN 'l'O KU,T< Liist Time Today Pardosi M,y Past "illi I'red MiK.Mlnray and MarKUirl Cliapm:tn I'araniDunl Xews and Selected aliort oiis sbowlnsr 1:15-11:00 RADIO REPAIR 1 mid 2 day Service on any make or r^orlel Reliable \"'>rkmanship. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radio Bales and Serrfce 106 So. First St. THE FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENC\ CeM cvta <nuaf*nntd into hot main iish. IF IT'S INSURANCE Dial 2311 For Complelfc Protect ion • ACCIDENT &. HEALTH • HOSPITAL1ZAT1ON • PIKE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BURC1LARY • PLATE QLASS BT GATTVOB MADDOX Mi* SUff Writer When steaks, chops, and other fresh meats are scarce, use cold culs for Ivot dishes, you'll be surprised "how good iliey can be. PiteUn »Hh Ham sausage. Sauce: Three or 4 fresh toma- .ocs, 'J cup water, '.3 teaspoon ic salt. 1 bay leaf, crushed, dash red pepper, 'i teaspoon thyme und basil, mixed, 2 tablespoons fortified margarine, 1 onion, linely minced. 1 tablespoon lemon Juice or \vinc. Blytheville Choral Society Under the Direction of Mrs. Dallon C. Fowlslon Will Present Its SPRING CONCERT on Friday, May 3rd, 8:30 p.m. in' "Y" AUDITORIUM (CITY HAI.l, Rl'riM)!NC) i\Irs. Murray Smart, Accompanist Students SOc —ADMISSION— Adults $1.00 Sir medium-Sized/potatoes, thinly sliced, 1 to i .onions, thinly .sliced, : '/j Ib. minced ham sausage. ^<£&, m %ST&^ ™«<**-*• ™ "«» — «* ml ft, 1 tablespoons raargwlhc. SeiaS) raw .potatoes, pare, ant! slice. Skin and sMce the onions Cut ham sausage Into cubes. Arrange in alternating layers in * taking dish, seasoning each layer with salt, vxipper, and a few car»way seeds Pour hot milk over the top. then a<M hot waltr sufficient to rise )ait below surface of the top Sprinkle crumbs over top. "ii ai Continue baking another 15 to „ -.. .- . , 20 minutes untii well healed, th«n —. or ^-10 pwce of bologna garnish with watercress. £-A or \vinc. With vegetables: One-quarter' Ib. mushroom caps, 1 tablesiKwn foiti- ticd margarine, 0 small cold boiled potatoes, a lew green i>cas of green beans—optional. Remove skin trom the pjec e ol bologna, but do »ot slice. Turn cut side down on a baking dish. Pierce with fork, here and there, to permit sauce to penetrate the meat. In separate saucepan, simmer to-, gelher the saiice ingredients until slightly thickened. Pour over crown ot meat. Bake in moderate oven 20 minutes. |i=aute the mushrooms in tablespoon I of margarine. Arrange around meat. A Natural AM for Rheumatism Arthritis Neuritis Don't neglect what may seem lo be a trlval ache or pain and nl- low n serious allineiu to develop. Make the palatable Mountain Vnlley Mineral Water your "ounce of prevention" against stiffened Joints, stabbing nervc-s or aching muscles. Phone for a case today. MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER Fron IM Sprint*. Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP * BMrtaa, Utjtbnm*, Ar*. This Announcement Sponsored by ROTHROCK DRUG CO. 205 West Main St. FRITZIUS "Always Something New" EXTRA SPECIAL An uptown merchant, a friend of mine, (old me (hat he had jjollen to the place where he dreaded lo pick up a paper because my ad.s of hard to sel merchandise save him such a jolt. Well, brother, if you have a weak heart don'l read (his one for it's a double jolt. This Week's Special \ \Vi> have just received 1000 pairs of men's good broadcloth shorts. Sizes :)0 to .12. Two wide elastic insiMs in (lie waist. Until they are gone they will be on sale all this week al I he ridiculously low price of 45c per Pair Don't ask me where or bow. just come and gel 'em. I'leiUy of other "jolts" loo when you look for them at. FRITZIUS "Always Something New" 2017 W. Main Telephone 3457 nJ AVA GARNER I Stf<:s.i fid/ by Lct-rtncc llaicid • 6oi« [ Q Etcfy fcy/ron anj Oe Volion Scon i ' Dlrcjreri by V/IIL1S GOtOE=CK I P-cJ^-d by TXDlflCK SIEFIIAMI j Selected Short ^iinject C'niitiiiucms Showini; Kveryday '^m^^gmsssefsr 1 Matinees Hat. & Snn. Only tlnl Office Opens 6:30; Show BtarJ» 6:45 y. M. Knch Kvcnlnl Opens Suiitliiy 1:00; Starii I:1S Coiiiinno.a.l SIiows Sat. »nrt Sun. Bargain N'lglil Erery Nl(hk Except No honored «ii the Koxy. ITS HERE... Bill Stemac Has It! THK NKW Von Schroder Rug Derergent 1 • I-fl me revlre the e\qui\itc l^aiily anil hist re of your rues • Will not harm Ihe finest tURs • OriRtna) si i hi ft preserve*). • farkeii <titwn cat|>etinR waslin uilbaul removing from tlic tloor. • No soap m»ex* For Demonslralion Call BILL STEMAC f'orsyth Grocery A Mirkcl 6J1 Lakt Slrttt ANNOUNCING! / The Opening of the BEAUTY NOOK Individual Hair Styling, Facials and Shampoos Las I Time Today Abbott and Costello In Society i with Alitmtt and C'ostolli> ! I'ov Ntu.s nntl Sfle<-trd Short Tuesday and Wednesday IJQC'III.E FEATURE ECTim THE LOVE BUG HAS GOT 'EM! Helen Laster and Isabel Farbus f For Your Appointment DIAL 894 N. First Out-of-Town Orders Invtvd 2137 Phone Where Your Flowers Are—You Are I One call to us will arrange lo have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHO

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