The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1946 · Page 4
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BLYTBEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE C, 10'IG Miss Little Hostess With Party Last Night Miss Frances Little entertained l**t night with a party at the home o{ her sister, Mrs. Blan S. Heath, 110 East Davis, complimenting Miss Dorothy Annis Robinson of teach- ville, bride-elect of Robert Lewis Entertain Last Night With Dinner Party Pierce of Lenchvllle. The home was decorated with Summer (lovers,' accented wltli red roses. The bride's table was cen- tered'with a bridal couple suriound- ' efl by .(lowers and each of the other two tables wns centered with an individual v'nse of flowers. During the evening, the group played hearts with prizes soliig --•to Miss Jnne Branson and Mrs. Sanford Boone. ,j" Ttie hostess presented Miss Rob, inson a. sandwich grill. Guests from out-of-town included u ' Mrs. Jack Pierce, Mrs. Lloyd Lane •'"„ Jr., arid Mrs. Athcrton Hlett, ana -- the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Amos •• Elmer Robinson, all of Lcachvlllo. " • • • . * CBC Members Guests Of Mrs. 0. 0. Eikins '• Mrs. O. O. Eikins was hostess v " yesterday afternoon to members ol _' the CDC Club and other gucstsi at :•• her home, 15€5 West Ash. Quests were Mrs. T. W. Neal. D. Hammock Jr., Lee Smith enter- Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. Bob tallied last night vrlth a shower and dinner party at Hotel Noble honoring Mrs. Cornelius Modlngei 1 Jr., and Mrs. jame,?L. Guard. The dinner* table was attractively decorated with a bowl of mixed Summer f lowers and rlbUon streamer arrangement. The sireainers, fastened at each side of the bowl, 11 to the ceiling where they wer e tied In a huge bow. White candles burned In crystal holders. The gift table also was effectively decorated. The 10 guests Included. Mrs. Hummock's mother and houscguesl, Mrs. William J. Rigney, of Excelsior Springs. Mo., and Miss Bunny Bishop of Kansas city, Mo., also Mis. Hammock's hoiiseguest. Bits of News Mostly, Personal Mrs. Ross Moore and Mrs. A. Hardy. A. When rook was played, high Mrs. Belle Wood left today for Los Angeles asd Long Beach. Calif,, where she will spend her Summer vacr.tion. She will be accompanied by her niece, Mrs. Loyd score prize went to Mrs. Alvin Bramnan, and Infant son, Jack Hardy, second to Mrs. R. A. Cope- Morris, ol Caruthersvlllc, Mo. Mrs. land and rooko to Mrs. A. A. I Bramnan, who is well known in Hardy. • Blythtville. will Join her husband Wins Scholarship Not Dumb, Either Hotel Noble Manager Attends Greeters Meeting Jc.fscn ami. mutineer of Hotel Noblp nnd president of the Arkansas dinner Hole] Oreelers of America, Is to attend u meeting in Philadelphia June 9-i;, of the International Hotel Gieetcrs Association. He also is president or the Ai-kansus Hotel Association. I To preside at the meeting will be Arthur v. Lnndstreet, operator or Hotel Noble here wl>o Is presl- j (lent or the International Hotel Oreeters Association. Mr. nnd Mrs. stltt will leave to- mr.ri'ow, by motor, and after the convention will go to New Yovk Oily to spcii<| the weekend. They will Ije guests or Mr. Stltt's brother. Clyde stltt, a student, nt Columbia University. Miss Jennie Whistle, dmiRhterof Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Whistle ol lilack Oak. formerly (if Dell, tins been awarded an $1,100 scholarship to the University of Tennessee, Kno.xvlllc. She was 'graduated this year from Blue Mountain College. !ilvi-3 Mountain, Miss, During her senior year, she wns president of the- Arkansas Club, captain of the basketball learn, business manager of the year book and May Queen. The' student attended school at vtnnllo. before the family moved to BJuck Oak and is well known i\ Manila and Dell. The hostess served refreshments. • • • Mrs. Cleo Langston Has Her Club, Guests Mrs. W. M. McKenzte and Mrs. , G. O. Poctz played bridge ycstcr- ' day afternoon with ' members of 'Town and Country Bridge Club when Mrs. Cleo Lnngston cnter- 1 taincd. The home wns decorated with - bouquets of garden flowers. ^ Mrs. McKenzie won high bridge „ prize 6 nd • second high went to - Mrs. G.'G. Caudill. •: Refreshments were served. — • • • U Mrs. Usrey Hostess - To Double G Members ~ Mrs. Max Usrey Jr. was hostess ~_ Thursday night nt the home ot „ Mrs. M. O. Usrey, 1031 West Main, — to members of the Double G Club j- and oilier guests, y . '• C : Gjlesis were ; Mrs. Tliad Nicol •Mrs. James L. Guard and James Roy. Mrs When bridge was played, high :: iscore prize went to Miss Margaret j .Shaver anil second to Mrs. San- 7 'ford Boone. ~ t:\The • home was decorated with '- •arrangements of hydrangeas. 7^ ... * » • .£ RecitaJ Presented - By Students Tuesday •;•. ..Mrs. Belle Wood presented he ..- piano pupils in a recH.il Tucsdiij - afternoon at her home, 120 Dou "~ "gan". - "" The "recital wns opened will •-. Patricia Hearn's playing the "Joll- Three March" and "Sun of M^. '_ Soul." She also gave a comedy _ reading, "Granny Got Your Hal - Gut" and in the popular nuisi v division played "Minuet in G." "_'_ "Lue Owens presented "Son of .. the Pines" and "Grandfather's - Clock"; accompanied her twin sis- Ur,- Sue, in a duet. "The Little ~ Prince," and played n march. j. Jacqueline Estes and Mrs. Wood - played a duet, "Polka" and pre- sented a musical reading"fViends." '_, Jacqueline also played "New Wine _ in Grinzihg" "Bell of St. Maryss," , - "In the Valley of the Moon" and ~ "Oh! What It Seems to Be." 1.. " S*ue Owens" plnyecl "With Frills - and Bows" and "We All Put Oul - to Sea." ~ Following the recital, Mrs. Wood „. served refreshments. n Long Beach, where he has gone i business and where they will nake their home. Mr, and Mrs. Crawford M. Noble ill arrive tonight to spend a brief line here at Hotel Noble. After aving spent the Winter in New 'ork city, they have been nt Jlaml recently and plan to return iiere sometime this month lif nother stay. Mr. Noble, owner of Hotel Noble nnd long active In rganizations of hotel groups, and rfrs. Noble recently have been to for the hotel men's assoela- lon convention nnd will conic here rom- Austin, Texas, where visiting luce the convention. Nolan Lambert is In the Veterans' Hospital In Memphis, where le is undergoing treatment for an acute attack of appendicitis. Mrs. Walter NT. Holly of Cotter, was a guest here Tuesday of Mrs. Belle Wood. Mrs. Aubrey Conway and hci liouseguest, Miss Betty Jane Sinclair, of Sacramento, Calif., spent today In JJemphls. They were accompanied by Mrs. Godfrey While of Osceola. Mrs. Stephen Thurston, here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R M. Beck. Is in Osccoln as the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Fergus. Mrs. Cl<« Lnngston, Mrs. C. n Wroten and Mrs. G. O. Poctz wil go to Memphis tomorrow to spent several days. Miss Camlllc Robinson has been admitted to Blythevlllc Hospital for n second time recently. She Is undergoing treatment lor an Injury received In n recent automobile accident which hns proved more serious than first believed. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Steven 1 !, 2313 West Main, have as their guests her parents. Col. nnd Mrs. Howoll Brewer, nnri her sister. Miss Patricia Brewer, of Hot Springs. Tbsy plan to be here several days. Mrs. Allan Walton is in Memphis, where she went for. the luncheon and swimming party today honoring her granddaughter, Virginia Walton Brooks. Mrs. Berry Brook", the most Intelligent .in the collci'c. Joiner Youth At Hendrix Wins Award Ar morel News Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. DeShano and family of Humboldt, Tenn.. spent last week us the guests of Mr. and Mrs, C. Y. Gicen. Mr. and Mrs. Green accompanied them back to Humboldt for n visit nnd go to points in D. McrrlsiUs John Edward, Chiles, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. 13. Stiles of Joiner nnd n student at iieiidrlx College, Conway, wns awarded the M. L. Sclils- ler history prize (it the college's 62nd commencement. Mr. Chiles, blind since birth, received th e prize for making the Mrs. K. c. Williams. Mrs. J. T. t.est. record ot any student In six Ashley of Montlcello, Ark.. Is tu-:o hours of history. His previous ac- the guest of Mrs. Smith. from there Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. and family of Edenburg, Texas, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Smith and will also x visit Mr. nnd Manila Minister to Speak at Tent Service The Rev. J. j. Decker, pastor ol „„.„ „ ,.„,„.,,,. Manila First Methodist Church. She Is the daughter of Mr. and will be guest speaker tonight nt the evangelistic service of Methodist churches being held In the tent located one block we.sl of J. L. Nabcrs 1 store. 'I lie Rev. Ray L. McLester is in charge of the music programs and the Rev. R. L. Hanks, pastor of Gosnell-Half Moon charge, ig in charge of the Revival. Vacation Bible School Those who wish to attend the Mrs. Alfred Poch, North Little Rock Ark. Miss Poch is editor In chief of Tnmmy Howl, college publication, and wns elected by the student body us the most intelligent pupil. hlevcmcnts include- recognition In "Who's Who In American Univer- |tllics and Colleges" for t',io years. I presidency of the junior class this year and a high scholastic stand- ilng throughout his collegiate ca| leer. 1 Federal Reserve Bank Head to Visit Arkansas LITTLE ROCK, June 0. (UP) — Chester C. Uavls, president of the Federal Reserve IJiuik of St. Louis and an exponent of soil improvement, has scheduled six talks in Arkansas cities on his plan to finance soil conservation. He will open his tour at Fort Smith June 17. He will speak at Tcxiirkann June 18, at Tine Hluff June 19. nt Little Rock June 20, at Forrest City June 21 and at Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan Johnson, daughters, Jo Ann imd Jacqueline, and son, John Bryan, of Oklahoma City, are the guests'of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ilcgenold. Complete Outfits for the Little Stranger anil for Little Folks up to r, yean Choose Your Koadin From On r Well Sloe-lieu 1 LENDING LimtAtt\' TOT SHOP I'lione J!308 105 South Second Coming Events FRIDAY Dorcas Sunday School class of First Baptist Church meeting ill the church with Mrs. H. L. Chambers and Mrs. Pearl Hires as hostesses. Mrs. Ross Moore hostess to CBO Club Junior Fellowship of First Methodist Church meetinj; nt • Hie church, 3:45 o'clock. Batcsville June 24. Meetings Fayetteville Man Heads Eclectic Medical Group LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. June (i. (UP)—Dr. Roy A. Long of Fuyette- ville was elected head of the Ark- .hc guest of honor's mother, \v;\s lostcss. * Mrs. H, A. Rimer of Memphis and- Mrs. Tony demons of Little Ruck, iire here a.s guests of Mis. llimor's mother, Mrs. L. T! Wood. Lieut, and Mrs. Dnvid Boone Iv.we yonc to Fort Eustls, Vu.. where Jiey will make their home \vhile ;ie is stationed there, after a brief visit here with Ills mother, Mrs. Annie J. Boone, 713 West Main. Lieu- tc'iinnt and Mrs. Boone came he-re from Natchez, Miss., where they had been since their recent mur- rlage there. Mrs. Hoone Is the 1'or- mer Miss Knnnn Augusla Brlerre of New Orleans. Vacation Bible School beginning! "lisas Eclectic Medicnl Association Monday at First Baptist Church I nt the CGth annual convention in uc asked to register tomorrow] Littl,, Rock yesterday. Blythevillc Man to Wed Miss Anna Betty Cosby Mr. nnd Mrs. Coleman J. Cosby of Jonesboro have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Anna Uetty Cosby, to William Charles Stemne, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Stema'c of Hly,thevilte The wedding will be solemnized June 25 In the Blessed Sacrament Church In Jone.sboro. Miss Cosby was graduated from Holy Angels Academy there niul is a member of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's , Clubs. Mr. Stemac attended school ir Blythevllle before going into Hit. armed forces. Since his discharge he 1ms operated tho Von Selnadci Rug Cleaners here. Ulernoon, 4 o'clock, nt the church The school will be for students rom the ages of four to 16 and vlll begin each morning at 8:30 o'clock, ft was announced by tint E. c. Brown, pastor. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Robert Holt. city. Harrison Allen, elty. Kenneth Wade Burnett, city. Dismissed: Donna Jean Brooks, city. William P. Sharp, city.' Charles Robinson, Braggadocio, Mo. Mrs. J. E. Ounter and baby, city. Milllcent Anne Bradley, city. Mrs. E. A. Craig, city. Marcellu Calhoun, Armorel. Mrs. Cleo Knowlton, Manila; . . Blytheville Hospital -, , Admitted: : ' !! " ' ' W. D. Rayder, Manila. MLss Camllle Robinson, city.i ; Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Brown city, a daughter, this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. Arthur Taylor, city. Hetty Mooney. Dell. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: C. R. David. Manila. Mrs. Carl B. Figler, Hayti, Mo. Other officials elected include Dr. F. C. Smith of Little Rock, list vice-president; Dr. P. E. Juonzo of West Memphis, second 'ice-president; Dr. W. O. Tibbies f Evening Shade, third vice-presl- lent; Dr. Clarence H. Young of jittle Rock, secretary; and Dr. R. O. Norris of Tuckcrninn, reasllrer. Read Courier News Want Ada. Read Courier News Want Ads. Chickasawba Lodge 1, 3. 1, will nect in special communication lo- light at the hall, nt which time here will be work in the master's Icgree. Wo Arc Proud To Announce Thai Mrs. Thelma Parks lius joiiii-tl our stuff anil will wt'lroine you at Only Uvo-thivcLs of tlic Snhnbi- aiits of the world are countcrt by census. lONE'S Beauty'Shop is aKiiin ope-n in temporary quarters at 809 West Ash St. Phone 313Z CAN'T KEEP GRANDMA IN HER CHAIR She's as Lively as a Youngtter— Now her Backache is better Many Buffcrcra relieve nncifing backacTio quickly, once they discover that Hie real cause of tlicir trouble may l*o ttrcil kidney*. The kidneyj are Nixturii's chief way of luk- ititr the rxcesa ncula anil waste put of tht bLcxtd. They help most people pass about 3 pints n <Liy. ^ When disorilcrof kidney function permits poisonous matter to remain in your I.LooJ, it nmycAUscuaKKmKbackncKe.rhcumaUcvvuns, le>: i\iLns,lo5S of pep ami tJieniy-Bettinir up nttshts, swelling, putlinesa umler tlic eyes, headaches and dizziness. 1'reimcnt or sennty passascs with smarting anil burning snma- times shows there Is fioniutlniiy wroni* with your kidneys or Maildor. Don't waitl Ask your drtifreist for Down's .Tilla, n Rtimulnnt tiiuretic. nscJ Eiicceasfully •Ly milLiona for over 40 yo.im. I)<»;tn'n nivc Chappy relief an t l will heti) thu 15 miles of fciiluuy Itibt-i flush oitt poisonous\vadtelroia. JDU,' blood. Get Ouan'ii Tills. SATURDAY BA KERY SPECIALS 7-Inch, 2-Layer Banana Nut Cake - - ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY Sorry —Just 1 to a Customer Don't Say Bread . . . Say HART'S Bread CALDWELL HKAUTY SHO Firsl \:lliou:ll Hunk "Alvrnys Something New .lust Kctciveil— A Now Shipment of PLAYTEX BABY PANTS Small. Medium, I.arRu I'^tra I.aree Si/es n 315? II 2017 West Main St. ' HART'S BAKERY BlytheviHe Owned — Employing Ulythcville People Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Get Pep iFe«IY«arsYounger,FuHofVim IX) ran bt*m«ethawttA. Worn-out fetllnn on RKC? Tb<MM»»rta mme**4 «t whrtitHHl* pepiilm: uji vltri, Oatnx huilonc. Contilrw tnnlo tn*ny nc^t at •in 60, tW, tor tx«3 y tiM mtely b«»t»e*>«r In 1 rmn. Ix»XI introductory *li« enly 35cl Try Oatrei. Tunic Tablet* for new pep. vounirr f«1lns. tliU wry clay, Alwf CDLUla TiUtala B,. eakJum *ntl phcwpliurir At »H' Or UK s I o r o s tvcryxvlu're in Blytheville. m( Kirbj- Dnijj. •Where Your Flowen An—You Aral One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan I^FLOWERSHOP *.TJX Bcrrtm Mn. i. M. (MM) FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Rhone 2407 We Hove Atovec// Riales Land Co. Now Located i in The Hale Building Across from City Hall Call or see RUSSELL E. RIALES if you have a Farm for Sate «r Trade in Northeast Arkansas or Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:4t Show Starts 2:M LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4MD May Save the Line of Your Dress or Suit Our experienced Seamstresses are well skilled in the art of Alterations, Restyling and Refitting. We guarantee satisfaction. Our 8-Hour Cleaning Service Is Geared to Meet Your Emergencies HUDSO Thursday and Friday Ziegfeld Follie} M-ilh M-G-M Contract Players Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Everyday Cnmiiii,- Soon In (lie Ritz: , II.DA with Rita Hnyworth ai'; Glenn Ford : MISS SUSIE SLAGLE'S With Sonl ^ Tufts & Veronica Lake s | iARATOOA TRUNK with IngrS Bcremnnn fi Gary Cooper I; •'ROM THIS DAY FORWARD w; Juan Fontaine ,"c Murk Steve THE DELLS OP ST. MARY'S Bing Crosby & Ingrld mann CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 West Main St. Blythevilie, Ark. Phone 2612 Milliners Sat. & Sun. Only ' Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Slarj 6:15 P. M. Knch Kvening I, Optus Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15'? | Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun Bargain Night Every Night Excep£ Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday the Koxy. Thursday- Matinee and Night Brother Rat with Triscilla Lane and AVaync Morris Selected Short SuhjecU Friday ! Matinno ami \igbt , Senorita From West with Allan lonrs and Bonila Oranville Selected Short S objects

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