The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 13, 1946
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\ BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS MONDAY, MAY 13, 1946 O'Neal Pride Le** • O'N««1, daugh. .t*« Hyson H Home EC Tea Honors Eifhlh Grade Students Recent Bride The annual formal Home Eco„ .. iiomles Club tea complimenting of Jotm Jneuibers of the eighth grade grad.•right, am oC Mr and Sutlnc class of Junior High Schonl IK. Cbtrie* Brigbt, In * cere- ,was held Thursday afternoon at •on* rrtd»s»' Ifttrnoonr 5'o'clOcX'the Home Economics Cottage, ft the! home of the bride's par-, The receiving line was headed nta, ^f[ Cferaiy? i by the Club president, Miss Jane The Mr. *r**y T- Hldd, pastor Ehellon, Others receiving guests, * Wr4 rii*jl<iiliui Church, per- _who Included IniUucwrj on the bnncdTihe cewDOny. Junior High end High School staff. The -fcrfdjil p»rty eht«r«d the--wer e Miss Mildred Meador, secre- recn be »n alsie miifced with lary; Miss Helen Frances Buchan- rhitc *rpa dnmnth to the music 'an, treasurer;. Miss Wllagehe Daws, of Chopte* Op 9,!f»ft 2. * re-i historian; Miss Ann Weedman, re- eordinj by O**» Famaroff During-(porter, and Miss Elvira Sellers; club the *Tfr"*t* of'vows, Clalr de sponsor. Lune WM p>»yed ' Guests were met at. the door by HOOP bafket^ of white gladioli 'Miss Nannie Mae Hes&ie and Miss .~i <^ each aWc of the arch«ay, wltaia Stone. Miss Vivian ««»» vhm tbe bridtl cpup|e met under presided at the guest book. .?!£• Qf rojgg ana- Miss Patsy Davis, vice presi- menen . ld«nl, presided at th« refreshment GivA fa marriage by her fstber, table. the teia*"*o« a drw* of whitR.. The lace-draped table was cen- satln and carried a »hlt« Bible « c rcd with a mirror plaque on whicl to[p*d<v$k,trapee klouoais Hei there was a single red candle !< white UtcaWrlrir Itetaded a white - a crystal holder. Decoration* oar- hat w)th » wfl over the face, ^| er out a, red and white color toMdk at her shoulder was a scheme, the club colors. At each T~OK of nd raae*. - : end ot the table were red and The 'bride's maid of honor »:-s white candles in silver holders and her sister, Miss ywtll ONenl. burning coixlles lighted the Cot- She w«r> », U«»>t blue B«lt of sl!S t age. • wKh i iliiiiililcir eorsa«e of »hlle Recordings of soft music were tfppt Ber a«p*»sorie6 weie l^i played throughout the tea, from white and blue 4 to 6 o'clock. DenlT|£o,wp was Mr Bri«ht's,j phonographs ..wefe taken .dui Ing beit man."" ' the alternoon. tiie certmonj, a re-. " * _^,. w SS^ ^^^"L,* dub Is Entertained white *h>ee cloth, tbe \*bje was -, centered with a HDws-ltoed, wea-: By Mrs. BoVCC Moore din« cake adorned ^itK 1 a. mlnta- / tur e eauple ~. - I Mrs. v Boyce Moore, 124 East Red'rose* decorated the base of Chern', was hostess Thursday the crystal pto<* bowl and tali night to members o{ ONB Club white <eandk» cast a soft light and two other guests, Mrs. J. T. OWT the scene Mrs Harold Wood stalcup and Mrs. Jesse Cain, and Mrs Irty Hodge presided at Bunco prize In evenlruj games the table assisted by Jilss, K«no- went to Mrs. Byron Nail and men 11* Jemlgan - [went to Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Stulctli> Immediately after thi reception, was. awarded low prize. Mr and Mrs. , Bright left lor n' Garden flowers decorated onter- bHef wedding trip to Nashville and talnlng rooms. Memphis. Hefreshment.s of a sandwich Ptor traveling the bride wore a plate with beverages were served. wedgewood suK of gabardine »llli| - ' '.. * a corsage of red roses and a blue j^j.^ Schcrer Hostess straw hat They w'U make their home in UJytheinile. -where be has farming Mrs. Lonnie Karl Wolfe of Monette was before her mmrlage Apii' 2fi Miss Bettye Jeanne Blunkcnshl] of Monetle, formerly of BlythevillL' Mostly; Pcrwmal Coming Events at the school, 3 Mothers ComaJ/mented At Third Grade forty In their outstanding social event of the year, the third grade students of Central School complimented their mothers Thursday afternoon John F. Fields is In Memphis for two days where he is attending ;in Aeronca airplane 'sales meet- hie- ' ' Mls.s Na,ncy Hughes, who attends Southwestern^College In Memphis, spent the weekend with her pai 1 - erits, Mr. and Mrs. Ross P. Hughes. Philip Reed Graves has received his discharge from the Navy at TUESDAY Mrs, Melvin Halsell entertains 'j>. Nueve Club. Langn I'urent Teacher Association meeting o'clock, Senior Parent Teacher Associa- \vllh an annual Mothers' Day pro- tloii meeting nl the school, 3 o'clock,] gram. preceded by an Executive Board j Kach child wailed In the recetv- sesslon, 2::iO o'clock. ling line for his mother, seated her Band Mothers meeting Immedl- hind pinned a corsage of roses :<t ately after senior PTA, cit thc()isr shoulder. As each mother en-' teicd, she drew a number for a ciike, with the prize going to Mrs. Douglas Graham. In addition to the 25 mothers unending, were three grandmothers A brief program consisted ol choral rending about "mother" anr |ie guests were told about picture uid hook programs. A pink und white color scheme was carried out. Refreshments 01 school. Daughters of American Revolu- l(on entertained by Mrs. S. P. Martin and Mrs. A, M. K. Branson, 1 lo'clock, at Hold Noble. \ Double' G Club meeting with Mrs. -Blan S. Heath. . 'Miss Betty. Black entertaining Blxthevii:v High School Gnrden Club with play party, 4:30 p.iii, WEDNESDAY Mrs. p. E. lilack hostess lo Wednesday HiMt'ii Club. Mrs. Fred Kuthorford enlertuhw Town and Country Club. Miss KV.I Williams hostess to Mllllngton, Tenn., and now is visit-' Alhpa Alpha Chaplcr, Btta Higma lilt' his jiarents, Mr. and M 's. C. ;Phl. O. Graves, 134 East Ash. In the j THURSDAY Navy since June 20, 1942, he was M „ , r [[ouchlns hostess to discharged with, grade of gunner's .• Mld _\ l ', ce( : Bl . Wpc club. mnte second class. During his serv- '. Mrs nmsc ii piiiilips entertains Ice he lo"B was In tli« Pnclflu thcsiter. | Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Krutz had .| ^^^ Nunll . ns Ihcli-guPBts yesterday their «> n jl ^JJs" Q. E. intereris The former Army captain licenUv returned home from ovenett and she it, deputy Ch- euH (Jourt Clerk for Missb=ippi County. '- - * • « • Mothers Compliinented At Supper Last Night : , A su&per last night in the private Mrs. Leon Scherer. 131 BSist Sycamore, wns hostess Thursday afternoon \ with a rook party for members of Friendly Rook Club. During afternoii games, high Mo. score prize went to Mrs. R. A.,Cope- ° At The Hospital* Blylbevllle Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Sam Haggard, city. Mrs. Lela Moore, city. J. E. Oreen, city. Mrs. J. W. Rambo, clly. DUmlaaed: -Mrs. W. J. Hewlett and baby, city. Mr*. Tom Oallls and baby, Luxora. JvumlU Webb, city. Mrs. R. E. Ray and baby, city. J. I. James, city. Gary Hose, Keunett. Mo. Wall* Hospital Admitted: Bernlce Holsclnw, Manila. Mi-s. H. p. Johivson. Oaruthersvllle, Mo. Mrs, H. K. Deen, city. Mm. Kelly McGUunory, city. .« Mrs. A. C. Bunch, Rt. 1. city. Mrs, William J. Rtgney, Excelsior Springs, Mo. Alvls Harris Jr.. city. Newton H. Billings, clly. Mrs. J. D. Landium, city. Dismissed:- ' . • ' Mrs. Sterling B. Cook. city. Mis. J. b. McDonald, Deerlng Te<| Krut/. of Little Rock, and daughter, Mrs. Howard Johnson, iind Mr. Johnson, of Jonesboro. 'Mrs. Mnyo McCall and Bill Bell •of St. Louis are spending several dfiys here with Mr. and .Mrs. Clair Miller. Mrs. H. H. Stone has returned , from Texarknna. where she under- jwonl a tonsilccloiny nt Cotton Bel" Hospltnl. She was nccompanied by Mrs. Helen Hodge. Miss Mary Lynn Bean, student nl Southwestern, Memphis, spent the weekend here with her parents, Lunch Club. Octette Club meeting with Mrs. N'unii. to Mrs. ol . . hostess Thursday Contract Club. GNU Club meeting with W. C. Colston. 'Friendly Rook Club guests JVIr'K,. Neville Blakcniore. Entre Nous ciub meeting with Lone Oak WSCS Meets The Woman's Society of .Christian Service ot Lone Oak Methodist urch met Friday with Mrs. Bruce Harris. Mrs. J. W. Field led the devotional for the nine members present with her scripture taken from the fourth chapter of Luke. "Children and the Peace" was read by Mrs. Glen Alexander and Mrs. Poff gave a prayer. The hostess served refreshments and it was announced that the next meeting would be with Mrs. Bill Wakefield, The group was dismissed by re- I>cutlng the Lord's prayer. Youth Fellowship Group To Meet at Osceola The Sub-district Youth Fellow- cold drinks and wafers were served s ],i p of the Methodist Church. wi:i Each mother aucl grandmother mee t tonight at. the First Melho- was presented a booklet of poems |( n sl church in. Osceola. for "mother" prepared by these students, Including a copy of "Parities to Mother," prepared by Miss Mary outlaw, class teacher. Osceola Seniors Guests At Progressive Dinner Carolyn Stevens, Melvm Waggoner, Joyce William, Suzanna Caldwell and Charles Wlldy were hosts and hostesses Friday night with a progressive dinner for mem-. bers of Oseeoln High School graduating class. The dinner began at 7 o'clock and after serving of the four-rcours* menu, the group attended the theater. A number of social affairs during the past week honored seniors, among them the May breakfast Wednesday morning. n Mrs. ' William : Btrrymnn. Mrs. Ebb Reynolds hostess to Alpha Betn'Bunco Club. Methodist seniors entertained with- luncheon at social room, First Methodist Church. FRIDAY Slfij: Paul KlmbVqugh hostess to Negro Deaths VIRGINIA KI.EM Virginia Elem, 47, died Saturday in Blytheville, where she had re- titled tar the past 15 years. Funeral services will be held at the First Baptist Church tor Ne- Broes Wednesday morning, 11 o'clock, by the Rev. T. H. Haywood, with burial at the Marie, Ark., ct-iuetcry. She is snrvldcd by Her parents, Hob Caraway and wife of Memphis; sister, M:iy. Ella Riddle, and a In-other, Jim Caraway, both of Blylhcvillc. Tensley and Cobb is in charge. Members of nil groups In Mississippi County are invited and urged to attend, it was announced. Officers are to be elected ami other important business matleis discussed, it was announced. WHY BE FAT Eat plenty y«t h>*e Wright with delicious candy reducing Man ilavc it more Blender, ^ruccfui fig- So dlSii^? iU^he stt?A¥Ss Vitamin Caiwly KoducirtfE Plan von <)cn : t cut out anv inyalB, starches, potatoes- ine^ls or but- ttr. vou siiiM'ly cut tht[n -' L (vitamin lotiil'wlt AYL)S candv in dirttU'd, Alisfih-li'lv |t-r:ii^--> land, second to Mrs. Neville Blalcc- niore and rooko to Mrs. Roy Sheppard. i The hostess served refreshments ot cold drinks and cookies. \i tt 1 "' 5 - I l Honored IILIIIUICI.I bers of the Chal-n-way Club en- tow members and guests fere tcrtoined with a supper nt Camp at one larg* » iable '-and Mou (l r | e A yellow vas u« and \n Mrs. Fleming left Saturday Memphis, where she atid Pletning will mftfc* their hoiiw ^^« l^ t ^* '" 1 1S -ATToup 111 !" or attended I hsWers lighted the room. I u , B If/aj^lfiCt Stliba presided . ami i ... u a feature of the evening rea<i r-j v a M4<tr to chapter members From r loeHs Mn -John Marcum, who-was-re- T- A, R nv Wfwlc Hnmp sponsCBe for o^aniMtloh of th«. ls rtl KOy WOOOS nOITie local «k«4iter Bbe recentl) vent to 6 C W make her Komc. ttae sapper > rose, Robert Van Hooser Jr., city. Thomas Bowers, Dells Bedford Bryeans, Luxora. Mm. Leon Burns, city. .Mrs. C. A.. Lawsou, Luxorn. Mre. Robert 'Chlsm, Oseeoln. •>l«n|Ais Biptkt H«sp*t^;., AdmlUcd: , Geraldine : Garner, Keiser. Ullis May, Caruthersvlllc, Mo. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. P. McKce, Joiner. Mrs. Noah Robinson, cliy. Memphis Methodist Hospital Seniors To Make Trip Seniors of Osceoliv High School will s|»i)d a week in the- Smoky Mountains, last of May and (U->t of June, to climax the year's activities. Planning (o make the trip :trc 25 members. Rend Courier News Want Ads Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Bean. Her CBC Club, nests, also'students' at Southwes- ] , Junior Fellowship of T-.rstMeth- crn. were Miss Gloria Ash of odlst Church moating at the church, ,itt!e Rock and Miss Betty Man- 3:45 o'clock, rum of Birmingham. Ala. Corp. Jlinmy L. Arnold, son of Mrs. Nellls Arnold, has arrived home tiler hnvlng been discharged from he Marine Corps at Camp Mi- cnnmr, San Diego. A veteran of ,wo years service, he was overseas year and received [i buttle star 'or participation in the Iwo Jlma mpnign and a star for the Okt- twii cEimpttign. Ffc. Murray McNeill is home on a 30-day furlough following his rc- enlstment in the Army Air Forces. Having applied for overseas duly, he will report back to Chanute Field, III. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson will move curly this week to the npnrtmcnt nt 1007 West Walnut after having made their home for the past four and n half months with Mrs. Marvin Robinson. 31G West Mtti". Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodmnit, who occupied the npnrt- •ment,-have moved 4o-n plantation in Southeast Missouri. Seaman First Class Jnmes Morgan Is spending a 15-day leave with his mother,. Mrs. Kntle Caldwell, at hcv home on West Ash. He is a Veteran of F.even months sea duty. Landys' Beauty Shop 2003 W. Main St. Phone 3990 Landys Rowlett KIRBY BROS. DRUG STORE hicti-Ll by iiic.lkal .loctoia, M to* 14 t« 15 UM. •wati AVIJS Vitmalu Candy Rc- THE BEAUTY CLINIC Marraret Ueen Smith, Owner tntram Bldr. Pb»n« Xttt for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetks Call Miss Francis Jones •••••••••••••••*••••••>< The Beauty Nook 111 No. First Phone 894 Helen Laster Isabel Farbus ••••••*••••••••••••••• $25 Reward for information enabling me to secure a 6 or 7 room unfurnished house. Contact E. V. (Buck) Tomlinson Phone 2335 — 119 East Ash LUCY M c A D A M S Consultant for LUZIER'S Fine Cosmetics Choose Your Graduation for Admitted. the C '• 1 OOCiaL Iftow.'jras' presented ~ Njlrs.-Elkins Hostess" To CSC Ckib Friday Bttoi "wa* .hostess The monthly social and business meeting of Pidells Sunday School \irs. Maude Hnll, city. . C. R. Davis, Manila. Annual,- coiisunipttoii of gasoline ', 11 nutbmoWles alone in the United ', Stales amounts to ' 14,f>00,GOO,OOU . gallons. | Class of First Baptist Church was held Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Roy Woods, 3M East Davis. The 24 people present Included two guests, Mrs. E. F. Fry and Mrs. D.w Haley and members of the class. Mrs. b. C. Hawks presided at the buslne&s session wd Mrs. C. S. Bag- '' night t»- memotrs of CBC,* elt led lwo e " mcs Curing Spring flowers decorated the . Mrs. R. A. OotKland won rooko Arnngements of roses and iriscn deoorat«4 entertaining iroonts. Refreshments Wre served. During 19«. 467,930537 pairs o shoes were produced in the Unitec States. Gives Scripture Reading Mrs. Lee .Hill save the scripture readlns. ill the meeting Wednesday afternoon of the Woman's Soctetj pf Christian Service of Oosncll Methodist Church. The meeting was opened with : song and prayer led by Mrs. A. Rasl Mrs! Charles Hyde. Mrs. Curtis Bright and Ntrs. Rnst each rend paper on the subject "Children and the Pence." Mrs. Mcrvln Cook dismissed the meeting with a prayer and it war, announced that the next session would be May 22 nt the church. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to our many friends and neighbors for their kindnesses shown at the lime of the recent death of our mother, Mrs. Lenora J. Cudd. We especially appreciated the beautiful floral offerings. ' Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Castlemavt E. W. cudd Need a 24-hr. Service, j Coll Bonded and Insured Biff W under lich Just Arrived ... A Hew Shipment of Smart ROMP! White Linen Strop Wedge $4.00 HHTE'S Don't ForKel the l?all Game Wednesday Afternoon r American Legion Juniors vs. (Krcola Juniors FAIRGROUNPS PARK—3 I'. M. Tune to Radio Station KLCN TUESDAY, MAY 14th 12:5.5 p. m. Noon Hear the Address by GENE E. BRADLEY CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY JUDGE Mississippi County, Arkansas Cvntinaotts Show* ETCH Day Box Office Ojwns 1:« Show Starts 2:9*1 UKfKN TO « •.». U:4» m.l»- Last Time Today Tars and Spars with Alfred Drake and Janet Blair Paramount News anil Selected Sbort Continwtca (bowing l:!i-!!:•• Tuesday and Wednesday Thursday and Friday »tnl Faramonnt News & Selected StorL* Continuous Showing Everyday COTTON FARMERS We have just received somo material ;md ran Jake orders for about 50 Weed Burner? for May delivery. You can cultivate and burn weeds in one operation. Just the Tractor Privcr. Two attd four-row. We arc bonded and licensed in Arkansas, Louisiana ami Mississippi. We use only certified welders on manifold welding. See or telephone (Phone 732) us, Clark*.lalo, Mississippi. We are working 2<l hours a day Uirninir out burners. 2-Row Burners $295 and $395 With Spark Plug Ignition . $495.00 •I-How Hurncrs Kguipntd \Vilh . CCCA AA nr>-GnHon Tanks (Not 60 gallons)........ yOOU.lHI With Spark Nug Ignition $750.00 Co»|KU-« Tlw.sf With Any Southern Implement Manufacturing Company P. <). BOX »!3— CI.AHKSDM.B, MISSISSIITl T. B.— Or OwUei V<MM- Local Hulsiit IHalrr, Who Can C';ill jTs Hi, Buddy ... As you leave the Bridge and head for Memphis via the Riverside Drive, stop in and see ALFRED F. ARIAN Formerly of Biytneviffe Here You Will Find— • All TBXACO- PRODUCTS • A Complete Garage Service (4 ( Mechanics on Duty) • A Pick-up and Delivery Service. • Insured Cnr Storage One of nur boys will drive you up town and bring your car back for servicing while you are visiting or shopping. We Carry a Full Line of Anio Supplies COMING SOON TO THE B1TZ: MY REPUTATION with Barbara Stanwyck 4 Gewrge BrMt KITTY with, Pauletle Goddard' • Ray MiBand Mattnm Bat. * Box Office Open* «:!•;, 8b«w Marti S:4S IT. M. Each errata* Open 8aadar 1:M; BUrta 1:U C*ntin»M* Straws 8aL a«* mm. wxmte Miht Evcrr IH(M I N» J. LOUIS CHERRY New York Life Insurance Co. BtTtheriBe, Arfc. Time Today Two Girls and a Sailor with Jimmy nuranle and Van JohnMn F*x Newt and Selected Shcrt Wh«r« Your Flowtn Are—You Art! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just oncft, but month after month. Auk about this plan. FLOWER SHOP (KM) Tuesday and Wednesday Mask of Dimitrious wHh Sydney and Peter Top Man with DwiaU O'C

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