The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 5, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY r,, 1917 B. H. S. Student Council Officers ; : - • Emily Wixson, Society Ktlilor 9_ Phono 161 f Victory Queen I And Champion I Babies Selected Sisters Are Married in April Ceremonies Announcemtiil liaK bren made of the mnrrlnye »f Miss l.infsi I'Vra Icslic to Cn'l O. H'lslieis urii Mis." I.erlcne Smilh lo Mdon ,J. Stntlh. Uolh brides ni'o dmmlitess of Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. l.esli''. Solcmuiaxl April II .ii'd Apiil H respectively, both weddlnc.-i were i:i Blythfrvillc'. Miss Kvclyn Cimiihn;lii>ni v;ns I lit 1 only iiltemUuit at Ihe I.ivlio-B'iyh- Linda.-'-Lee Elankcnship. five- mcitth .'old "daughter of Mr. and >Mrs^ 'JJEske)!'. .Bliuikcnship, was named-grand. chimipion baby girl .and-. John Liudsey Sniotliermor, 'uine;-!iionth old son of Mr. anA •Mrs. Jimmy Smothcrmoii. «rand champion babV'boy,- ftt the Festival oC Victory' Saturday night at Bly- ^s^-s^rmca^s,r^£e Hr;^ and her court were srfoMed. I/uira. _ M/-II Swain'wus named Princess of Vte-\MllSlC Pupils Will IfrAii'ie^Dmhesse^RecJtaf Tomorrow Night Huibni <l''sW« HaV-! C1SCEOI.A, May 5—Miss I-""' rhon ' •fo-ninip Robertson." Jiuinitft' R. Morrison will present Hi iimslu Ha '^d j"an Me?hcny. Counters' pupils U. « icoilal tomoi'i'mv „,«h . of Victory, and Peggy Van Winkle 8:15 o'clock, in Hie "'"h S.'Kiol Bits of News nnd Duchesses of Uabyland wore bins, Louise Ilni'.lund, lillli Tho'nas dense, Robert Munn. rrancllle Malock. Ann Mal- W-vnc- Tir-ior Rianne Braiiscomb lock. 1'atsy Dunn. Billy Hay nren- ,id" Ellen' Finklen. 1 nan.PcBtrJe UoutsMs.^ Mi.rtha Jane Counts and Countesses of Baby- linnn, Marianne rinulshu.v Ann land were Tommy Joe Shellon. Honey. .layne Adams. .Tnmrs Troy Wcmclson. Alton Berry A feature of iho i.rocrixm was n West Til, "Ronnie James Mallovy, clarienet .solo by Billy J. Carlisle, Jo Ann Wilson. James William accompanied by Ann Malock. P!nV~s, Don Smth. Ro'scrl Darrc'.l Forshce," Stephen Walls and Danny Mrs. Tom Miibry and her liislcr, Sybil Warcl "I HI i 0111 Icll llii-i inomin<! 101 Hi Uni v, h< 11 they were called by, tin nioiis illness of their inolln i Mrs. U 1 ' Ward, wlio sulleivd a slnikc >is lerday. Mrs. o. Shouyo left yesterday murnhif.' for T/)s Angeles, Oullf., and pcnnls of lull-rest in Washington :ind Oiej;on. Hlie plans lo be uwuv 1'Or several v;eeks Mr. and Mrs. William T. -Slc 1 - wiii'l ol Jonesljnro \u i'o tin; week, end e,ni'Sls of Dieir parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant .Stewart and Mr.: and Mrs U. I!. Holt. j Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry < .spent the weekend in I'renliss, ' Miss., a;: |;lles(.s of Ids mother. Mrs, j 1>. w. lii-riv and family. ! Mr. and Mrs. Unii'e ll"lt of rhbm'u wi-re weel'.eiui i;'; "1 his brutlier, U. H l!»lt mid family. Mi. and Mr.s. .) C. Cherry and son, W. K. Cherry wen; in Chaffee, Mo., yesterday visltill;; relatives. 'I lify were accumnuiiied home by Mrs. W. F. Cherry, who had .spent the past, week there, ami her mint. Virginia Wilson, Edna Peoples, Doris Payne, Joyce Rhosdes. * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 I-:. M:iln I'lionc lla.'dv ritloll Of!ien:; who will serve in Blytliovilli fur tin- i;)17--i:i sclioul lenn are niuiley Hardy, fil.-il \-iec ")livMr.lenl; Jo Ann TriescliliKtnn. r.'ri uell OTIi'itl, serrelnry and Kenneth Hoo Dudley Hardy defuati'd Hilly l!r»b E fieri.s were :^-Jc*:ted by Ihe student body Huoil luNil Student Couneil*- i-MiliMt; Jack Elliott, vi'-* ]ne::idenl; Ver- Do/ores MosJey Reiyns As May Qticcn at Dell s^jn i.l Mr. and Mis. A. A. Hardy ul i j n;J!iiseil l.-.uul. Delores Motley reigned May D;\y Ol- ai nell High School as <|iteen and in ;i r,.,-ent ball, 11. Dttdlev i.; KhWuy Phillips wa.s B radL> .school queen. Mtiids V.-PI-R Jo Ann Kithai'llsnn, Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sires 2-7 The TOT SHOP MOSS BRYAN Presents for Mothc-r's I and Eyes"/ Day ot THE SIFT Si We Gift Wrap Free Comine Events Melvin Pulgham. Kni?hts and Maids of Babylana ^er" Wa\lle Fdwnrd Holmes. Je"•v YounT, Jitdic Brownlee, Ronnk! Wayne Hardcstv. Sammy O rimes, W Dr. Zimmerman Speaks At Department Dinner OECEOl A. Ark.. May 5.—The In- it'iincdiiile nppnvtinenl of First Marilyn Ann Morrison, flois Alber-! naptisi Church, of which Mrs. John Una Ehatley, Frances Elanc Ford,! Douglas is superintendent, gave n .Marnaret Jane Miller. Judith Anni ( |j nnci .- Thursday niulit nt the Smith. Cwole Kay Roitch and Ly- rbnrch. when l)r W. B. Zimmerman .Jane BBUghman. inan of Arkadelphia was iirlnc.ipal ni5 Ellis, four-month old son speaker.' .... _ . ..... ...__ .- , TT| ^ (il ,. ruK , i , ll " 11u , P ] nn 0( valion." Ur. Kiminerini'.n is :i mer missiomry in I Harold Peny cave a cornet sclec- I (ion with Miss .June Hose Roberts j accompanying him. The Itev. !•:. T. of Mr." and J,frs. P. J. F,llis, was selected ns-the nearest physically periec-t--baby, with second place awarded to John Brnce West. 22-' moi'tli-old son ot Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. West. Handsomest babv boy wa.s Don- Smith gave the ald Ayclock Jr.. 4S-montli-olrt son Mrs Dousjlas. th of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Aycoek, with reeond D'ace going to Alton Beity West in, six-month-old son of J'r. and Mrs. A. B. West Jr. Prettiest baby phi was Dianne Bronscinn. 28-inonlh-old daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. M. O. Branscitm nncf receiving second place was Jan EHeii Finklea. five-year-old daughter K>f Mrs. Gladys Pinklea. ^^ys receiving honornble mentioh were Johnnie Eruic West, Robert Wayne Taylor. Jerry Young,. Tommy •Jo Shelton, Joim Lindscy.' thermcii. Ronnld Wayne Hardesty Charles Clouse. Don Smith and R?oert Darrell Porshce. 'Girls receiving honorable -, mention were Alyce Ann: Mary LwiSR Edwards. Judy Brown- leo.^Carole Kay Ronch. Jtulith Antt "•.ntjhnll, I_xii s Elbertina Shatley. Frances Elaine Ford. Jo Ann Wil- son'and Linda Lee Blnnkenship. '* Invocation and e closliiR prayer Mrs. Cllll Marl In ami Mrs. V. O Mann were In rharce of dinner arrangements. At The Hospital* Farewell Parly Given For Mona Joy Games A'l farewell party given by Hie "mmg" for Mona Joy Frida;' night at Hnstic Inn celebrated the "group of young qirls year in junior high school. Mona Joy, who has cotni;let?d her examinations for gradxuttion from iunfpr high school, plans to 'cave' the . last of the week fcr Warm Springs. Ga.. to undergo further treatment Tor -infantile paralysis. witH which slie was stricken wlien a cnild. For the past six ytais. she has-made the trip to Warm Springs Arrangements of Spring flower: formed a setting for the affair. Following the party. Ihe eroun atlcndn a movie. Mbna Joy is the dan^'llr: uf Mr anci'.^.irs. Russell Gain?s. who plat to accompany her to Wnnr. Spring? Dell Girl Honored At .Abilene College Btirleene Brinn. graduate of Del Ul.VTIIKVll.I.f: IIOSl'tTAV. ted: Neal McConnir.k, city. Boiinie Lynn Hdnson, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Balm, rt(y. a son. , Dismissed: Mrs. R. T. Onrley and bpbv. cily. Carolyn Works, Steel:'. Mo. James;Wilson Miller. St.-ele. Mo. M'Olure 1 • Colem'Sn Joe Hnekaha. Braj:,, ' " ' ' i City. MA WAI.T.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. 'Norman Pipkin, attti baby. Jrjmaodoclo, Mo. Mrs. R. H. Hodi;e. noul,' :i. cily. Citarle.s Gette Harris, city. Mrs. Jim Pipkin, Manila. Mrs. Minimi Downs, DM1. Jewel MorrK Pteele. Mo. Mrs. Clyde Hodge. 81 ?c!.'. Mo. Br.lty Fay Morris, SU'ele. Mo. -Stevie Leslie Sm;i1hets. Alanil:'. J. W. Morgan, city. B. J. \Vhitefielil. Stu"le. Mo. Mrs. P. P. McCtlU-hcn. Slerlo. MI Ti.M'TIST HOSrrr.M.. Mf.Ml'lllS dismissed: Dallas Chilsom, ^fatlil.^. Lesse C'aslleberry.'a. Mrs. Mary Newton. Lei>anto. METIIOIHST llOSSMTAf,. II C. Montgomery. Stall' Serijt. and !'.!:•:. Willie Hocme of .lunctinn Cily. Kan;., au- quests of Mr. and Mrs. I'IUMHT t'ish- er and lamilv. Seri;ea:n. Boone 1.1 .stationed at Marshall f'iiij Fort Uiley, Kalis. (;. A. CiiiininKii.iin. I" Lit lie Hock i last wei'l; for the Arkaus.r; liar As- .snciatlon meliing. remained for the Scottish Rite Reunion. Mi's Zal li. Harrison is ooiUined lo her bed today lulluwUlg all accident in her home lasl night when Sal- !1 Venetian blind fell and cm lier '• nr - lorehead. Her condition is not se- i ions she v, as J.;ivi:n ('tllergency hospitnl treatment here. W. 11. Nieholson. slii)i>rintendenl Rlythcville .^ciiools. .s])etif the weekend In Lillle. Hock on business. Mis. (ieoi|;e liarhiim s|ient tho weekend in Fulton, Mo., as guest, of her granddaughter. Shirley Uarhain, student at William Woods College. Col. mid Mrs. Ivy W Crawford j ha\'e returned from Marhuni;i ano" , poinls itt Mississippi. Tlil'y wettt ; lo Marianna because or the death of Colonel Crawford's brother. Dr. I William s. Crawford; in Clarksdale. Miss., they were guests of another brother, 11. A. Crawford and In Grenada. Miss , visited Mrs Crawford's brother. Jnek Sanderson. They also visited olhei 1 relatives in Mississippi. 13r. W. M. Owens ul M'umlain Home, formerly of Envll'.evilh', i-, Double tl Club. SI.. .Ste|>hen's mecls v.'ith Mr:. 7: Hit p.m. Cirele Seven (Jhlireh will uie Dr. KMna Hies l-' ISaptisI Church • visilors meeting :it home p l\ Westbroiik. 111)1 1 1 •• ciVloek. ••:i<ll.: Roll o! Mr.". J. rn Si., '.' Annorcl Seniors Give Tkree-aci Comedy Play A llnee-ael. comedy. "!)-in". Darken My IJaiir." w.'.s (n'vsenleil Ijy AI- rii-M-cl -''.'niui:: Saturday r.i^'n' ;;'. tho seriiiril. 'lite leiuling .s.:e \\-as plar'O.l lj->' Bonnie Jean i'et'iiles. Other ixir!;; [ ttrre plnyrd by IZuy Clfililie, Jo.ill 't'anker. 1 ley. ^f.lllv Ltiey, Virni'ii Ray, Hi-iilah Mac Nunnery. Millaid r!n:-i ami Alfred.1 Hl.iva!!. sn'TKlinu a lev: d. Air. and Mrs. daiighlri. [lek'n. atrived yeslerd:ij' i Mr. and Mrs. I.. O. f.ill. ! I Staff Sergt. non .Seals. Army, recruiting ofiicer here, has returned from New Orleans, where IIQ uj.-. tended a iialional meeling oEiUte Arms- Recruiting Service. Ajv. ; Ullly Wayne Houeltitts, \vho has been empinyed In Oak Ridge. Triui.. ;.i here lo siiond Ihe Suinmer. lie phuiK lo attend schcxil this Summer. Dismissed: Mrs. V. G. Holland, Blylheville. Hiyh Rrhool and Ihe daufihler of Mr. and Mrs. J. II Ilrinn o! Dell. hnd her name placed on the honor roll for Ihe third nine weeks nl Abilene Christian Colk'pe. Abilene. Texas, as a result of he; ni;,kiiuT a f^rade of "superior" in ihree subjects. .She is a special student in Abilene Christian college. Read Conner News Want Ads. Galdwell Beauty Shop Want 1 a Trim • Figure? It'll soon he swim suit. time and how you adore the water! Don't let your mirrored reflection turn you to jrooscpimploa. We can reir.ove that ugly fat easily. Gyro- dudng acntiy vibrates loose flabby fat away . . . makir.g you look years vouiujc-r . . . feel better! Gyroducing Does It! Call for Appointment Today! 311 North Second CALDW ilJNlsL Sponsored by ladies of the Catholic Church at the Legion Hut Wednesday, May 7 at 8 p.m. Good Assortment of Prises. Admission Only 50c Now—Easier than ever! HOWIE PERMANENT i BEAUTY SHOP 311 No. Second St. Phone 2592 "•und . . . Ribbed Re-usablo New Deluxe Kit with ;-laslic corlen Roll up your hair in half the time! Toni I'rofefsionul l'l;i#lic Curli-ra ii.ivc 50% more curling surface; anil they're riMinl (lrc;nieil) all over, to keep lu\ir from slipping. Save money every time yini re use your'l'«ni 1'l.istie C.url . ' >r a refill kit eosls only S ..00-cc nl.iiin CTtrylhiny, but curie 5. Refill Kit 'f ir<; !-:tt !f qco DRUG STORE 221 W. Main St. Phono !>07 Cars Be Yours ca:i h;tvi' ::<j['l, sinoolli .skin yonr- si-'l' if you observe daily care . . . ,v;tsh ytini' I'ace lliree times a day with a mild fr.mplexion soap and lei our experts jrivo you a weekly fai-ial. H works! Want to Keep Healthy? * bsko Cold Wave;; * Facials * Body Massage Is! Not'l. Bank Bldg. -J3f>^l& «*"•"-%, ^ Phone For Appointment CLINIC Phone 3274 Uj^e fr.v-.^fg j££ ^ w ^\, ®Sd&S.??C«S«5wJ if* 4. ('onlitiiuitis Show. 1 -' Kvory !>:»>' Kox Office OpoiiH 1 :-15 Show Starts 1!:(H) LISTEN' TO KI.CX 8:UO u.>n. I2:-J5 11.111. -1:30 p.i, l.:iHl Time Todny Q r * • e Faraniount News; Also Shnrls C'untEtinuus Shii\s Sun. l:l.i-li:llO "1 Hav 11th '1'uc'sday and \Vednrsday t'onliiiunus Slirnvin^ Vlvrryiluy Also Shitrls —And here are the most time- ly suggestions with which to remember her by on her clay— Hosiery Miido Ijy PIIOKN'IX. Ann'rii'JiV. !\irt'ii'io:'.i lios- iery tr.oiit.!';itUi.rer. Kx- Irii slioiT. Short, medium 'on;; :ii''l i'xtvi\ I'HH; IciiKtbs. Slips Fine quality Crepes and Satins, tailored. In v.hite and tea n KC. Come in 0 lo 5'2. Gowns ]5nautit'iil Ct'cpos r.nd Satins . . . Smooth !uco trim ntimboi's. Wliite, llluc .ui<l Ti!ii Rose. Also Hal isle. Itctr. & extra large s ; /es. 1.55 to 1.95 1.98-4.95 2.50-7.95 Bed Jackets Purses lOiTSCIS Tiuinhers. or<;d. laee irini . . . Solid roloi's ;>-; well a.s attractive favty ]iatlerns. Make lnvely '^il'ts. 3.95-6.95 One oi" the most appropriate of gifts for mother. Strikingly beautiful desiprs slie'll adore. Bee them. 4.95 A Nice Gift Selection In HANDKERCHIEFS -- PANTIES - One of the finest collections, including styles uvl desitif.s of every description, ^lade by famous mannfactiirers. 4,95-12,95 Box Office Onrns n Opens Sunri:iy '•'•(*.; Si:?rts 1:1.1 Contintious Hi -\ '•* Sit 'ncl Sun. -ii v vf» lininirt'H : n .mnrlav Rl ^-" the Uoxy. Last Time Todav w M T'H^f a ^L3 b i K -t.ii U I i ii •.ft-), :,i fi f^ ? S U ! i i *.S 'C- with i'.il.lio r.railu-n iiul GLOVES Tuesday and Wednesday Blind Spot willi ( li;-l(r Mid-ris :n<il ("OIlst.MKf IlllMliT!^ KAY FRANCIS PAUL KELLY OTTO KRU6ER Just Received—Nice Shipment of MARTHA MANNING and JUNE ARDEN dresses in Sheer materials —half and regular sizes.

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