The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 21, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 21, 10-17 Recent Bride, Attendants Emily Wixson, Sociely Kdifor 9 Senior Queen Phone -Ifil Plants Are Discussed At .Woman's Club Meeting Insects detrimental to plants nntl division ami culture of bulbs wove discussed by W. O. Hnzeltmker, assistant counly agent, pml Mrs. 13. A. Jiugg when they were speakers Krldav afternoon nt a Woman'-. Ciuh mectinc at (he clubhouse. Mr: Hazjlbakcr. Discussing his Icyj'.c'..,"Insects Detrimental to Or nti-mcnlal Plants," suid thai if ba« v.'cilna' were not controlliHl, they \voiiUr eventually destroy shrubs. "A -scent niftiiy shrubs in Hi is city |-i»vo'b?en destroyed by I>HB worms,' }ir- 'snld. M.l'5. Bup[> told Ihe group tlml t"lips < should be dus In August or jnst' ; p-s soon as the leaves (lie. '•Titty' should be replanted in Son- t'TifOfi' nnt ' O:to^cr." she said. Sin: (Ms-.usscrt and demonstrated the division of dahlia-bulbs and shown! how'rbev should be planted. TfVjjlfSscs tor the menling were Mrs.' :"I?us5Dll Bavham, Mrs. •'- T. WosI'Vook and Mrs. Jodie; Nnb^r.s. Pan'S!ei \veve used to decorate tlTe Bits of News Have Reunion , , x At! Home on Franklin .. Tile Harold Hood family h:>d reunion yesterday lit thp horn* 1 of Mr:!and' Mrs. Harold Hood. 1210 £;ai(h Franklin St. > .Jo Anno Shanks, nltraclhv blue- eyed (liiUL'hlfi 1 nf Mr. and Mr/. ,luc Slinnki;, wliu will IK> cimvlicil ULytlic- vllle lli'Jh fjt'lmol st-ni'ii 1 <iue "i I''ri- day illicit al tlie hij;h school, today announced n:nm>:: <j( mi-mln'i;' nf her court. Khc will he cnnvni'il Ijy Owen Tl:mi::oti. i ta';.s |iri':,i-,I("H.. i Maiils will for Mmilyn Ui:':ii. i's-; eovtecl by Omdil IJlomrver; K:»SL'- mas'y .Jnliiisltin, iv.roH cd by Ma"! Williams: Mary Ixin .luyner, ew.irl-] ed by l-'ri:rniiui ,lernii;iin; Wan'i'i I'.nrham, (-M-ort^l l>y Stanli'y llntitl: [ Until Snay. i";cc>rti:d by l);ln CaM- ! well and liillie LmiLsi' tinl'.ii-s, [•;> j eortt'tl by Jiminlc Ht:iETonl. ; Train bc-avors will br Hlllic Ionise; 'l)c, .!(.(' P.easloy left yesterday foi Kansas City, l\iJ. where I"' will take a 10-day post i;raduale coursi tu Ctyiiucolony nnd Obstetrics. H was accompanied foy Mrs. Bcasli'.v. Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. r. McAsc mi. children, Mary Ann. Buddy and Patricia, of Memphis wen; tin' i weekend gncstx of Mr. i:nd Mrs. '' W. C. Colston. \ Billy Holt, son of Mr «nd Mr.i. U. H." Holt, i.s III '.vlth chickcnpoxj nt his home on .':hli;i(iisawl><v Eire-el. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cheriy have returned after visitiiu; his mother. Mr:;, w II. Cherry, in Pails, Mrs. Roi.vrs, i^ students r.t,. .-. .Innesbor'i. . aji.l Mrs. Thcr 2-1 rncmbL-rx. of' the fiiniiiy ( wcediniin nnd Marv .Ian.- Dmke. prrsl-Ht includrd from out of lo-.'/n | piowcr i ; ul will hr> Emllv/Huffman Mixrind Mrs. C. A. Duvall and fam-j uru i < T( y,vti bi:in.>r. Lerny Miiddlv- ily ,pj,- Luxora anil Mrs. Id.i Nolan j 1,1011 jv. of Paragoukl. Another special event of tl for!.the Hoods was a parly brating the bitthdav e dr.y cele- of thvee-year- old Harold Hood Jr. He ami Ills 12 friends who were' (iuosts iilayed lumios and v/ere servetl refre^hm'-'nt. 1 ; of birthday cake and iee Ark., mid her sister, Caven In Little '.to.*. Miss Louise itrvws. dan;jh!cr Mr. and ]\:is. w. O. Miss Jean Sh!|>. both Arkansas Sialc 'Jollnij, were ijnc.slf, of Mr. Reeves tills weeki'iid. Mr. find Mrs. Bud Stewart liavo yelm-iivd to their hoinc tn 5s Wash., after vislli:M li";rc pust three weeks wltli his paints. • Mr. and Mrs. Waller SU'wait, mid his sIsUu 1 . w. O. Ili-cvn, and Inm- ily. Mrs. L. H. Moore left today to visit two weeks wilh her son, Hal Qtrnnta Nmuit I s Pcnt yesterday In Kennett, Mo , as WM.CVIB nvwa guests ol Mr. and Mrs, Hal Me-1 Condition of Mrs. Sa:n Coble.' Huncy and Mr. and Mr.i. Bclva who has Ijcen recuperating from i Martin. , ! long Illness in Phoenix, Ariz., Is Mrs. Leonard Pcndcgrasl and son. steadily improving. | Gene, of Memphis, were guests of Mrs. Frank Y. Ix)ve of Jonesboi r> llc1 ' mother! Mrs. Laura Roger 1 -., thls^ spent the weekend In Oseeilr. us weekend, liiiest of her slster-in-liiw, Mr.s. Wu.- foy Young, nnd family. She wen! to Osceola from niytheville, wiif'-o ;4u> jmumcnt w is a guest at a party honorlir; r _ £ Governor James E. Folsoni of Al;>- fouina. The Rev. L. H. Still, pastor i> r First Christian Church, entered tin Methodist Hospital Friday to 11111!?!go an appendectomy. His condition i.s satisfactory. Governor Ben Limey and GUI • Buker of Little Rock were gui'sb: of Dnvid S. Lancy and family in Osceola foefore returning. ID Lilt I e iock. They had been in Blythevlll • or the state Jaycee Convention. Mr. and Mrs. D. II. BlucUwoo: r HOT MASHES? ' Wrmu'h In your 'IG's' -tills un-'iit m< til- clue Is famous to relieve 1 hut IhisOns. nervous tension — wni-n due to the , UirUlUOJlul •lltlddlL-Jittf' IKTlOCl JJiiCU-- ' tlur to u'onum. Worth trying t Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 230S Urn Girl Scouts Cclcbrale Birthday with Supper Girl Scout Troop No. Four celebrated its seventh birthday Friday ! nteht wllh a spaghetti supper al the Little Hovise. Scout's mother.-, were spacta! guests. | The Scout colors, yellov anil preen, were used ?n decorations and centering the table from which Ihe suiipVr was served was a larfv birth- day,.cflke. The internaltonal Sucut them? was used in the iiieuu aiui hand-marie ulnce cards were ininia- • tures of fiat's of many connti'ie. 1 :. y Those who became members Friday' liight were Beverly Jones.lMary Paf, Robson. Bobby Estes, Pnt Mc- Mrs. Blakcmorc Hostess To Jolly liiglu Moml)L*rs Mrs. N. H. mnkemor". w«io w»s hui>tf?.s-'i 'rhuu;tlny iLflcrnomi r.t hi!" hoinn (D t numbers of Liu 1 JoUy liilOit- Club, i:::rd fipriiu' 1 lowers It) drcorat" ihc cuti'i tiiiniiii; rooms of lior boino_ Hi^li sruiv' prixf for Ln.? nfUir- nonn's Annies wi'nL to Mrs. lll'.ikr 1 - motv, scrouil Iiit;.' 1 '° M«s. (li'ovc j Wren, unct . vooko lt> Aiis, R. A. C'opoliuul. The hostess ii> rvi'd ro Ireslitnenl.s. Ntoove in i Mrs. Benjamin Worthlngton White (second from ritjht) Api IjildL', utid her attendants, Miss Necly I*crry, foride.smaid. Mi-'is Genevie\ r llai'an. her sister's maid of honor, and Miss Ann Haslett ol Memphis, a foridesiiiiild.' Mrs. Wliile was before her im-.rriHKC April 7 at the Chinch (it Ihe Immaculate Conception Miss Geneva Anna Hagnn, daughter of M''. mid Mrs. W. E. Hauiiii. O. N. Forrest Family Celebrates Birthdays •iloppsr, Mnrjnrle Gann. Givtn Our- tis. Mary Ann Kobesoti antl enrol Ana Bailey. Senior Scouts registered .In tisc troop arc June Stlres, day Oairl^an, Jackie Estes ami Naney Hnn;i\\on Eiiqh mother was presences.! u c-j]i- per plaque made by the jjlrl:;. PTA Tea Will Honor Sixth Grade Mothers April is birthday month for llr- O. N. Forrest family and in observance ot r.i'vera! birthdays, tin 1 family had a dinner party yesterday at their home in l.uxoia. Both Mr. and Mrs. Foi'i'c;;-. ol> tHiv'LKl April hivlhdnys, in a«.tdH*on To Attend Meeting Here Slxlh grade motliers will be «s OSOEOI.A, Arl:., April 31.— Ml'lll- b'.-v.s p( Ihe Or.cmlrt WuKrcsstv; CUib who rilr.ii lo iilleiul the Wnnifn'r, CluUi Forrest City District convention which will b'j licUl Iv.-re lo- intirrow nii : lit and \Vc£liie:iil-,iy are Iha rollnwin!;: Mrs. D. H. Dlcu-kwood. Mrs. ,T. \V. TCtlritlKlon, Mrs. Harry Jones, Mis. \v. K. Hunt. Mrs. W. U. Flan- Mrs. <;. U. Dejiu, Mrs. Frank Mrs H. w. Wrcdma'i and son;:. • lames and Cbnrles of Chaffi'c. Mo., arc ijiu'sli; of h".- sisti'is. Mrs. W. R Cherry and Mr. Chei'ry. Mrs. H. C. HOSL- and Mrs. Uhurli's Rose of Hoseland have |;one u> Mnn- mmi, Okla., where they will spend several days as i-msis nf Mr.-,. Chai'li 1 . 1 , liuse'.s tils. Mr. uul Mi's. Ci. B. Townsi'LHl. Di 1 . Gt^an Atkinson has ifturn?ii from Little? Hock, where lu? attended the Arkansas Slate M'-dical A.s- suL'iation meelkn^ as a dclef;:,t(.' from the Mls.sissiii])! County Mudi- finy Bnrk.s Jr., storekeeper thlul clus.s. USN, ha:; i;onc lo San Dlcf;o, whore he will bi l staticm^d. aftev sprmliny a n-day leave with his parents. Mr. and Mr.s. Guy Hii'kv Mr. and Mr.s. Jlnimle MaLlh\ i \vs ol 1 Memphis wei'e wcfkcncl ^uf.sii *>f Mr. and Mr.s. J. A. Leech. •Mr. and Mr.s. A. B. Jaggcrs f.n-i i-hildren. I,indn and .Timniy, have relumed Tninl Florida, where have been vacationing. They wei\i lo vacation .spots on the east i.'"d west coasts of Florida, Mrs. JUK- Bcrs' mother. Mrs. Bob Barnes, and Mr. Barnes, who also are vacationing in Florida, plan to vis- turn home Ihe fhst of May. Miss Marv 'Nuuu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nimu and a student at Vassar, pmighkceBsio. N Y.. i.s s|)cnding a brief holiday vilh her parents al their home. Wijsl. Walnut. Mr. and Mr.s. 11 iliL-t Miss Nnnn in St. Louis idav iiiuht. She will leave by -Inne Wednesday Iri foturn to •oUKhkccpsic. of honor tomorrow at a tea civx'n l,y Gwyn. Mrs. Units George, Mr;. Hiilh Junior Higli School Parent-Teiichi-i Sw.insry. Mrs. C>. W. Knkhl. Mrs. J. J. Huberts. Mrs. Ta! TLHMII:-. Mrs. E. V. Mann and Mrs. \V. V. Womack. 'Hie tea will be given In llio Hi«h School Home Economics Cj^ltiijo! Will Be Closed Monday & Tuesday Open Wednesday, 3 a.m. At The Hospital* ni.vnn:vii.i.i: IIOKI-ITAI, Admitti'd: Mrs. .less llnlln. Holland. Mo. llaiold Pipkin Jr., Oscenla. Mrs. Jiiini'.s McKeethnn, Carnth- ^rsvillr 1 . Mo. Mis. Vcrnon Kay. Btcple, Mo Fiank Walton Jr., SlulliMil, Ark. Mrs. .!<>:• Shanks, city. Mi.s. Jim Uci'd, city. Mis. Conley nnncan. city, Jiuiicii Millinan, Stccle, Me. Pi'iry Munnori. ctly. Mis. 'I'oininle Hage. city. W. H. Woolen, Como. Mis«. Ida Brojle, Hermondale. Mo. Dim)! llayil. Mo. M-aniUi. , Hayli. Mo. icrn. city. 'Richard Diivi-nnuri, Cnolci- W. Lucy, city. -. L WALLS IIOSI'ITAI, Mrs.'M'.nid Oliver, city. Mrs. C. V. Ilcndcrshot and Ixiby fily. Mis. I.oui-. Harris. Hayli. Mo. Mrs. I 1 !. J. Mcl.rmoic 1 aud I I iiixoia. Mrs. Is. H Mrs. W. Ui'll. Mrs. 1). H. Wiirlh Ct'tiuk. Route 2, city. Olilhnm nnd Ixiby, Cnru'lioisviUf Coming Events TU1':~DAY Junior High pareul-Teaclier Association meeting in Junior High School auditorium. 3 pjn.,"preced- ed by executive board ineetniB. 2:30 Mrs. Gariard Caiulill hostess to Tri-Town Bridye Club at home of icr mother. Mrs. Hofolns, in Sleele. Mo. La Nnevc Club meeting with Mrs N. Ci. Jerome. • Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon hostess to I Tuesday Bridge Club. j Business Women's Circle of First. I Baptist Church meeting al the church. Mrs. Robert Porter entertaining j Double G Club. Mrs. A. C. Blanchard hostess to Avalon Bunco Club. WEDNESDAY Mr.s. C. E. Montgomery hostess to Hi-Ili) club. Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting .with . Mrs. C. W. Afflick, l(n North-IClh St. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger hostess lo Town and Country Club. Wednesday Club meeting with Mrs. Hanv Kirbv. ' THURSDAY Mrs. Russell Phillips hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. E. R. L-incashire enterlain- ini! Thursday Contract Clno. I GNB Club mcoliiii! with Mrs. Wont to Keep Health] Tnkc IIII-I.MI lialljs! 'II... s,. kno^n tin- vvi.jM tiv«-i- IIM' ln-allllfi.l ,,i::il,i;.. ,,,, ,,,.., :lv:al,ll Artie's Beauty Shop !li:i Nurlli Kivunil Sir. el I'hnrir '.>•'" * WE BUY * WE SELL i USED FURNITURE I JI MM IE EDWARDS j FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main 1'liollc Zl 1 It's more than just ;i picture! Surprising results come from our series of Gyrochicitig treiitmcnts. Relax and let the K^nt' 1 ' nyo-waves remove ugly fat (|tiirk- ly! No drugs, no exercises, no diet. Our methods are medically approved. , CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP 311 No. Second St. Phone 2592 Continuous Show* livery Day Itox Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO Kl.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 |i.m. 4:10 ]>.t... WSCS fo Meet Johnny Rhodes. Slccli-. M.. Mrl.oioKK CI.1MC'. RIKMI' lismlssi'd: Jauir; Goodwin, Blythcvil'.f. i George Cunningham. | Mr.s. B. A. "Lynch Business projerts of their orj?an- i/atioii will be discussed Thursday I'flrrnonn by meniliers of Yarbro Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church when Ihev meet al the church. They will continue ulnns begun at a mcctinir last Thursday at Hie home of Mrs. Gene McGinn- tn addition lo Ihe regular social nnd business meeting Tlun'Ml there was an all-day (milting which ' 1P - mcinliors and three visitors. Mrs. V Kooncc nf Joiner and Bly-1 ihrvilli'. Mrs. 1). B. AbaoH. and M-s. iMhcrt ItnlliiiKsworth ntlrnd- "<1. Mrs. Acbntt wa s enrolled as n new member. Ti-.o nrni-rmn in.-lurtpd n dcvotion- -1 1— Mrs. MrO:;iro and a poon: 'iv MV;. nhiib"'lf> Whenlrr. M'-s. l. 11 " F.tiles. i)i-esidciit, conducted the Matlhew.s lc c | the dismissal prayer. Breach of Promise Suit Against McLaughlin to Be Heard by Judge Miller HOT SPRINGS. Ark., April 21. 1U1 J 1- Foi HUT Mayor Leo Me.- t-auHhlin. under l-l imlielmcnls L'or biiliery aiui nunfeasanee m offi faces adchlional court action Wednesday in Ihe fin m of a breach of promise .suit. The action for $-'K',000 was Tiled by Ulcille C.riltith of Oklahoma City. Federal Jndtic John E. Miller will jii't'side at the Irial, entertaining Mid-Wei'k Club. Mrs. Grover Wren hostess lo Jolly Eight Club. Phebcan Sunday school Class c: First, Baptist church enlertainec at home of Mrs. !.. A. Dnugherly on Dou»an. Mrs. Kclton Francis nnd Mrs. Victor Stilwell, co-lios- tesses. 1-TiIDAY Mrs. Alvin Hardy enieitainini: CUC Club. Alpha Delta Chapter of Bela Sigma Phi Sorority meeling at 'he clnbrooin wilh Mrs. .1. C. Ellis Jr., hostess. So ... You Want a Cotton Dress! Soap Suds Fashions at the Druggists fo Meet Around -l.O.KWO "retired" rrnm sevvieo HHl>-4t» war pcriiui. clurmt; LI'lTLK ROCK, April 21. <UP> — Arkansas Drun^ist.s will * n|vn n lUi'ce-day convonUun hi'v 1 itnnor- row. '1'Ur uiceling will celuhrnt/ (lie cr>lh unni versa vy of the Arks Phai'tiiarcutical Association and Uio Lovely Cotton Dresses, Nationally Advertised Last Time Toclay\ Wake Up and Dream i-itli .liilin 1'ayne and June Ilavi-r Paramount News and Slinrls Ontitinuous Showing Everyday Tuesday •10th uiiiuvorsury of the Arkansas Trnvolers Associution. Highlights for Spring You'll want lo look right lliis sin-inn-, a .id j you '' " ' ' N^ , can _ wilh otir coni]ilntc beauty service. J'.rins (^ >our problems to us ... our personalised aids /*• " arc sure lo satisfy you . . . flatter you loo! , v _, • " Eska Cold Waves . Massage Luzier Facials Phone 3274 1st National Bank Bldg. Mother's Day May we suggest a permanent .ft for the liome. -such e..s Pn-- irrs. Lamps. Vase.s. I'imnii-.os. upper and Brass Flower Cnn- IUUTS already planted . . . dr A pcrronaliwd gift of Maiclia- bolli Perfume. Milkmaid Sprin? IIIIIIIP nr a di-lii:litful ri;ichel. THE GIFT SHOP Wo Gi/t Wrap Free CALL" "FOR everything in "INSURANCE UNITED INSURANCE AfiENCY Qv«r Ouird J«w*lry stofr A. F. DIETRICH, Mgr. Nordis Kcnmaster Henry Rosenfield Nelly Don Leigh ton Fashions 3.95 lois Guaranteed Fast Color! To market and home aga Nelly Don's mist-coo cotton that's Sanforized to keep its fine fit. Colonial bouquet print in blue, pink, or aqua, sizes H-40. $3.95 The VOGUE SHOP If They Fade, We Will Replace with a NEW DRESS! We arc happy to Announce We now have a Telephone Phone 2237 With Pleasure We Present Mrs. VAN DINE who has opened her alteration shop at the Vogue We Heartily Recommend Her Work! Also Cartoon Continuous Shu wine Everyday Opens Sunday l " 1 ^; Sl;jf^ 1:15 Continuous Si *\'\ Sut *.ini Hun. Bargain Night ; »•«•- N'glit Except Safc.niii.; »t H^ .f& honored tin jnnday al the Rosy. I the Vogue Shop Where You Always Save Phone 2231 Last Time Today Boy, Girl and a Dog Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Jlf 1r ntonciis musm csmutm

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