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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 17, 1949
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IT, BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE PTVI Society Alewi 9 1'hone 4161 Miss Barbara Whittle Marries David Bray Mrs. G, C Whittle ol Ysrbro an- noinice.s t!ie marriage ol her daughter, Miss Barbara whittle, to Samuel D.ivld Bray of Holland, Mo. The ceremony occurred Saturday, Ju:y '40, itt, the home of the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor ol the Firsi Baptist church here. Tlie bride-elect wore a street- lengtli drewi of white eyelet with navy acce.s.sorie.s. She pinned a corsage of white carnations Hi her shoulder. Alter tlie veteption the couple left on a hiicf wedding trip to Kansas City, and oilier parts o[ Missouri. Mis. Brny is a recent graduate of Holland High School where she was jtctive in school activities. A The couple Is living in Blylhe- ville where Mrs. Dray Is an employee of the Ai-kamas-Missourl Pouer Co. Sororily Members Have Picnic on River Bank Epsllon Sigma Alpha sorority members last night went to lire MLssL^sippi River bank near Barfield for a wciiK'r roast and picnic. Thirteen members a»d guests were present .including Miss Dottle Dogan of Larusini!. Mich., formerly of here. Miss Bogan attended with Gt-orge Green. De// Methodist Women Study Life in Burma "Women of Burma" was the topic of the program Kiven for the Dell Women Sociely of Christian Service Monday tiifthl at the home ot Mr.--. 1. B. McDermott, Mrs. M. F. rJrownlec was co- hostess to the 20 members and two guests, Mrs. Vena Harrington of Bits of News Miss Alice Marie Ross has returned from Ann Arbor, Mich., where she attended the University of Michigan for an eight-week summer term. Miss floss, an instructor in the Yarbro school, Is working de- two *otts of Terrell were guests of nix parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Stone »nd tamlly over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wnrren spent Tuesday In Memphis. Mrs. J. E. Strifkland was in Jonesboro Sunday as (he of her mother, Mrs. Ida Anderson. Mtss Georgi* Ann Stilwell has returned home from Arkansas State College In Jonesbnio to spend Dip remainder o( the summer hero with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Stilwel!. who motored the form her. They were accompanied home also by Miss Mildred Meador Mls.s Stilwell and Miss Meador were students for th: 10-* r eek summer session. Mrs. C. S. Stevens of O.wola Ml Tuesday morning to return to . her home after a vis!' of n few days with her daughter. Mrs. Ku- gene Still and family. Tom Miller has returned fro New York City xvhere he ^pej ten days on business mailers. l i Attending the MOAT last nigr in Memphis were Mr. anrt Mrs. Joe Tricschman, Miss Jo Ann Triesch man and Prentiss Jcrnigan aurt Ml!.* Betly H;irb«r and Jimm; Lowe. Condition of V'iclor Stilwell. \vho reimVili • »'» s adniitled lo niylhcvllle Hosp! I tal Monday morning with virus Compact Puff W/uiens Shoes Parties, Small Dinners Fete New Jersey Gucsis Southern hospitality was .shown two out-of-town guests this week v.-ho were entertained at a number of social events during their three-day visit here. Mrs. T. G, Seal and her daughter. Miss Sophie Ann Seal, stayed at the home of Mrs. Geraldinc Greene while here. They left tills morning for Richmond, Va.. en' route to their home. i Their hostess. Mrs. Greene, in- i vltcd several friends of Mrs. Seal, vho formerly lived here, to visit wi'.h her- at a small dinner Sunday night. Mrs. Samuel NoriV had Mrs. Seal. Miss Seal and Mvs. Greene for lunch Monday at the Hotel Noble and Mrs. Charles Wylie had a small dinner party in their honor Monday nr^'ht. Last night the New Jersey visitors went to the home of M'rs. Paul Greenwell for dinner. Miss Seal met several ot Btythe- ville's college set Monday afterncorr nt a drop-in given in her honor by ivilss Vivian Patterson at-the home of her grandmother. Mrs. w. T. Oberst. £*.A dessert course was server! by the c^Jstess aided by Misses Maureen Norris and Jo Ann Ttieschman. In the flower-bedecked living room. Guests included 24 girls. Miss Patterson chose blue organdy for the occasion and Miss Seal wore a frock of gieige cotton. - Another drop-in yesterday morn- Ing allowed Mrs. Seal to become re- toward her maslcr of science gree in speech. The eondition ot Mrs. Jennie Walker, who underwent an eye operation at the Memphis Eye, Kar, Nose and Throat Clink- Hits morning, is reported as aood. Her daughter. Mis. C. G. Redman, who took I her down yesterday, will | Blythevlllc, mother and housesuelt 1 «'Hh her for several days. , , ls lmprovcd «,„ of Mrs. McDermott, and Miss Ver- " U;> - La uia Ciawloitt ol uus i • ... .'.. . tomonmv iin Moodv I nell has relumed Irom an extended Eugene Still win leave tomonou A hyZ' 0 p elM(J lhe program, [ visit with her daughter. Mrs. Earl i 'or. where lollutied by a prayer by Mrs. T. H. Hall. A short business meeting was conducted. Mrs. Brownlee and Mrs. Arthur Pfnter directed the program, with Mrs. Noble Gill, Mrs. R. B. Crawford and Mrs. o. B. Himnlciitl participating. Miss Moody rendered In Blytheville again. She is staying temporarily with her sister. Mrs. Tacky Party Scheduled By Jaycettcs Tonight Jaycollps and their husbands and Jaycres and their, guests will dress ui> In rass and (utters for the clvib's tilery purty tmiiisht. AdmKslim 10 the parly will be Mime article for the clubrooin kilc-lii'ii. The parly is .scheduled to bculn at 7:30 at (he clulihmisp. Her NKA he will ! Sked and family of Mndera. Culil. lo >™siness. 1 While in California Mrs. Crawford Mlss Evelyn visited several points of Interest ( l»'is, formerly along I he West Coast. I *eekend guest of her atml, Miss Mrs. R. L. Lamh of Long Island. N.Y., lortnerly ol Blytheville. ar- Hatcher of Mcm- o( here, vn.< lire ]-ived Tue.sday to make her home ] several piano selections and gave ,._ ^. _. --a biographical sketch of a Hurrncse j John Foster and Mr, Foster on * WE, THE WOMEN * By Itulli Mtllcll, NT;A Sun \ViiliT Here's a New Handbook At The Hospitals III.VTItKVIt.U: HOSPITAL Mis. KVIMVI Noel. linllanrt, Mo. Mr.s. E^inice Hrrmks. City. W;M,I,S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. E. L. Drrsklll and lml>y, oblor. Mi>. Jen-y Claik. Sleelr. Mo. Mrs. Jne runner. Iliiffiuan. McMath and Morlcy Want New Liquor Bill missionary. Mrs. Gill dismissed Die meeting with a prayer, followed with the dessert course served by the hostesses. Cominq Events Social Calendar Wednesday Jaycette Tacky Party at Jaycec Club HoiUif, 7:30 p.m. Thursday Nti Phi Mil will have a river picnic at Barficld at 7:30 p.m. C. and N, Birthday Club and families will meet at 7 p.m. at Walker Park (or a picnic. Mrs. Paul Mahon will be hostess to Avaton Bunco Club al her home. Mvs Lester Reams vriU be hostc-ss lo the Gosnell W.S.C.S. at the Method^! Church at 2:30 p.m. The Thursday Rook Club will [ meet with Mrs. Leon Schcrer. ( Ms RusvseH Wcrt will entertain the Blytheville Rook Club. Friday Mildred Ann Short will become the bride of Billy Joe Gcan acquainted with 25 former Blythc- vllle friends. Mrs. E. R. Mason was her hostess. Pink roses decorated the living room and petunias In pink, white and lavnclar shades were arranged in a cut glas-s bowl to center the serving table. Mrs. Mason presented her guest of honor with a gift. Mrs. Seal wore grey chan\bray tor 1 . , ... the event. Mrs. Mason was assisted Legion Auxiliary by Mrs. Kendall Beny. Convention Delegates [ at 7 p.m. al the home of her par- its on Heflrn. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy will entertain j (he CBC Club. i Saturday j Blythcvlllc cotillion club will en- i tertain at Ille Bine Room ol the. Holel Noble at 9 p.m. Three tables of bridge guests went { (o a party in Mrs. Seal's honor l Tuesday afternoon at the Country I Club, when Mrs. E. P. Borum was hostess. Yellow and orange marigolds were xised in striking arrangements as centerpieces for the small tables where the hostess served a dessert course. Prizes were won by Mrs. O. W.! ducted the business Mc.Culc.hen. high, Mrs. B. R. Mason, introduced the second, and Mrs. James Hill. Jr., itego. Mrs. Seal was presented a girt by Mrs. Borum. , Mrs. Seal wore a dress of print: Sugar with some of its 10,000 «ilk on a white background for the i known derivatives is used in more, affair. that 80 Industries. Delegates to the slate convention of the American Legion Auxiliary reported on the meeting last night during the regular weekly auxiliary meeting at the Legion Hut. The convention was in Fort Smith Mrs. Jess Russell, president, con- meeting and Ues, before their report. Nineteen members were present. Fifth St. Jack Homer is vacationing In Chicago, III., with his grandmother, Mrs. H. X. Smith of Wheatley. Lt. Dick Wilson, who graduated August 3 from Communication School at Scott Field, III, has arrived here to spend several weeks wfi his mother, Mrs- B. B. Wilson, lie next reports to Hamilton Field, Calif., for orders from the 20Vh Air Force ol the Far East Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. John Foster have returned from Hartford. Ky., where (hey were called by the death of her aunt. Mrs. Jack Kirk of Hartford. They were accompanied by Dick Faster. Miss Betty Nell Holland Is at, Norfolk Lake for a week with the party including Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boone, A. S. Harrison and Miss Lontiie Johnston. Miss Ann McDermott of Dell is visiting relatives in Chicago and Baltimore. While she Is away, her grandmother, Mrs. Vena Harmgton, makin her home with her mother, Mr.?. I. B. McDermott. Mr. and "rs. George Thomas of Greenfield, Tenn., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E, Warren and Mr. and Mrs, Newt Whit is and >on. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bert Ion have moved to Little Rock to make their home where Mr. Ben ton will be a vocational" Instructor at the Arkansas School for the Blind there. They formerly lived in Con way while Mr. Benton attended Arkan- sa,s State Teachers College from which he was graduated August 12 She Ls '.'-e former Miss Mclba Walker, daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Walker ol here. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune and family left Tuesday afternoon for Shelbyville. Tenn.. where they will spend several days with relative^. Mr. and Mr,s. Norman Stone and i Irene Crowder. Condition of Mrs. Josle Sri'.e. who was injured a week a RO in a ! Pnf- HtJ^hnnH HlJntPr<s fall at her home on Davis Street,! 1 ul ' "-IbUUMU I lUIUCI^ ! The tii'.sl question a young wo- , tor: | man who \vaiils to yet marncd i llecnme j ought to a.^U hei^elt is: "\Vtiy am I single?" j If she needs help In figuring out the ansu-er to that one, she may [X>...sibly fn:d it in a new book corn- piled by Hilda Holland. "Why Are You Single?" [n this book medical is much ^mproved today. still confined to her bed, however. Condition of Frank Byrri who re- iiently underwent a major operation at Memphis Baptist Ho.spitul 1% satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Eubanks left yesterday for Little Rock lo visit their son, '--mes Tucker, who is a polio patient nt St. Vincent's Infirmary- James Tucker's Lion i.s much improved, Knroule they visited her father. Frank Dyrd, who is a patient at Memphis Baptist- Hospital. Among others attending the Memphis. MOAT production, "New Moon" last night- were Mr.s. Willard Pease. Misses Frances McHnney and Betty Layson. Mrs. Blan Heath and Mrs. Tom Miller. Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter. Miss Mclba Pryor, accompanied by Mis,-; But a, Smith, will leave tomorrow for Matisfield. Ark., to visit Mrs. Pryor's father. C. E. Scetnan. Mr. Pryor will po over for the group and accomnany them home the week-end of Sept. 1. Mis.s Barbara Monaghan returned home yesterday from a visit In Helena and Brinklcy. Ark. MLss MonagliEin was accompanied by her hostess front Brinkley. Pat Weis. Miss Weis plans to return home tomorrow. Miss Rosemary Monafrhan returned home yesterday from a leu- I tiny visit in Memphis as Uie gucH of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Webb and family. Mi-r.s Mildred Chambers left Monday for Morris town. Tenn.. where she will be the - finest of Edwin StubblefieJd and his parents. Miss Chambers, who plans lo return Monday, was accompanied by Mr. Stubble field who had been '.icr guest for several days following their return front Harding College, Searcy, where they were students, Mrs. Eunice Young is spending" a week tn Newbcrn. Tenn., with her mother, Mrs. Kitty Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. R. F,. Cobble and i" I il|lt * other authorities on ' discuss the various reasons why ' 29.irf)0,(XX) people of mnrrinqciible »ge in the United Stales are .single. Once she lias figured out why 5he*.s stngln, then she's ready for the last chaptei of the book, "Why be single?" and its sugse.stions f(»r improving her personality and her at- tiiule toward others so thai she will be attractive to the right uum if he comes alotif;. Check Yourself by Thi-sc 'lips Here KM: .some of the suggestions intUideri lu the helpful liust ctian- £<KH! cnm'cr.satJonahs!. Rctoi>i>.r/,tr and cmnpUuifnv olh- ei.s Kixxl qualities, Clo out ol join way io do lutlo lavoi.s. Hold <in lo old frirnils and rn.tke new OIKS o'. both .sexes Dress neatly and appropi lately. Pity close attention to personal M'rn.K ROCK. AUR. ]7~.,,r,_ (lovi'rnor McMntli antl iiis revenue i nnnui.vsiniuT. Oean Moiley, want alcohol permits in Arkansas hand- 1 led by a board. Morley s;iiil \'e.-,(eitia\- ne hail eon- letK'ti uilh the Governor ;unl that a bill is bfina iirrpured fur submission Ui llie ni'xt lenislatiur for replace lhe present lunctltms of llir ieven\ip I'oiisnUsslouer vjiiardh tu't-r and l!t|uor P(tinlts." The disclosure wits made at chancery court heftlhli- on Moi'lry's j .suspension of the beer iX'rruit of a : i.iitie Rock fstiiblishniciK. the Brass ! Yarbro V/eslcyan Guild "The com'l, which l,as lempnrarlly | DisCUSSCS United NotlOHf st'l u^-lcle the 1 .suspi-asloii. .set Sept 'i for fln;il hearing. SUCK v PKOBLKM—Orders for a new straplr.s.s tape-on bra worn by Model Harbaia l,fc Wolf (above} have Muck Chncles S. Langs, Df.- troil nisinner. Lang.s said he de- .MRncd tt\L> new vype biftssicre ?i the susno.stion of his wife. He ex- petried to make no more than • do/.en bras 1mt complained he 1< "gniii!? nuts" Irving to fill order* for Sfi.OOO. <AP \Virephoto) Livestock son, NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III., MIK. H. 01N —JUSOAf —M<»ns 7,000; hy^iciip. L tnhly su-tivr; l«()-il>.s tip and sows Got rJtl oJ jiny pcculiai 1 IIKILIIHT- stc:itiy lo '>$ highff than TiieMt:iy'.s isms. : i.vurauc; liylitcr u'ciylH.s slaw, stcii- Riri ymirsolt of hnbils tlmt nnntiy !<!>' I" ^ Inwrr; bulk mind and clinlcc otlicrs. " i ^CO-lirit) Ibs 20.50-75; top ^0.7-j paid Ltwn lo (l;\Kco, Vo piny ganirs, to \ freely-. Uoavlev wlulUs wince; tew cnioy s;>orls Know wbat etiquette rcfjiiiip.s am! observe it. DeveU'p a hobby Lhul Jntcii,'.sU other. 1 ;. Join severiil nryimizalinn.s ^nti !»Ve part ii, tneir activities. luvoiuory youi'solf cvi^ry 15 not. 1 tnnnili.s to .sue how you can )K' inorc? atirai tive. Whm you kiuiw soinctliinjr Is wrmip. tin .--oincl liin^ iiliout it now. Clark, of Oainc.sboi'O, Trim., initt Mr, and Mr.s, Hay PasolcJ and chilriren. Tei-esa and Michael of Mil\vnuk»c. \Vis., re turned home Tlwl !«i\y strike you us n. lonni- yc.stcrdny after spending ten days dable li.'t at R|UIH:C, Bnl ulicu licre wilh the motlicr of Mrs. Cob- | you sU-rt checking yonrficlf by it. ble and Mr.s. TasoW, Mrs. G. W. i it may not bo so tonnh .since you've Smith and family. [ probably already mastered a good Dr. J. A. Saliba and sons. Albert, and Joe. have returned from Baton Rouge, Lft. Dr. Saliba and Albert Saliba \veut there for the graduation of Joe Saliba Friday night' j,. from Louisiana Slate University, i He returned home "wiUi them to spend Hie rest of the .summer. British officers and their Mr. and Mrs. Webb Crouch of who came lo ihc United Statr.s In! Savannah, Ga. f are visits MR his Lhe Revolutionary War aro brlievcd brother. E. L. Crouch, and family j to Vmvc matin the ice cream , and oilier relatives for a week. ' in llie Unitpcl -Stitfrs. \ L'(iO-:iOO Ibs 1!).OO'ltO.5(1; 180-IDO Ibs in.75-?0.aS; HO-170 lb-S ll.fln-IEI.00; inn-no ibs pigs is.on-n.oo; good sows -inn lb,s down 15.75-17.50; IHVBO ly 17.2ft down; heavier \vci«hts 12.50- I'S.SO; -stARs 11.00-13.50. Gil til': H'20(J, calves 1000; some stnuLl Lots common and medium replacement steers 'J5 to 50 lower at ]f).00-IOOl); met!uiin and good bulls 17.SO-19.00; cutter und r.oiiuuon l5.(lfl-Hi.U; vculers \M hi«lifr; «ood ami cliolce 25.00-^9.00; connnoit and nirdhun ia.OO-'24.flO. many of the siii^e.stlOTis. Then all you've got, lo do U con- rerIrate on the points where you ^ wonk. Good lucV; and good li\i»l• lo t';c: now YOU. Unele Sam pi-oduced more thnn 11 inllliDLi biiln.s of coMnn. 108 million pounds of woo], and 1)75 million pounds of rayon In 1UI7. The Yarbro Wesley an Guild met Monday ni^lil at the home of Mrs, Kate Bunch with Mrs, Bailey Tstr- plt'y a.s ho.slcs.s- ' Twelve mcnibcrs attended. A proprani on the United Nation* was presented by Mrs. Tarpley, with Mrs. Ciilvtn HolHriyswoiih reading scripture lesson. nriiiE a social hour the hosteu vcct refro.shmctiU. R1TZ THIATRI BY REFRIGERATION Thursday and Friday "No MAM TAKSt MUMti GARY COOPER T»« MM* t» nWM mttn m vailnt to at) PATRICIA NEAL Paramount News & Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Everyday ^by Cater Frocks ^WfL V T i&J^' * R1TZ TH hroadcttxh and fine combed pljid gingham . . . rhii CMt* Frocit with bib, wJift, JTK) ikin ruffle &i"*** ft* ckvcf Jijirofi cffcci. Colof comhinaiiom arc blue bfOadclo*h wkh hliw plaids; bromo brr>»d<loth wirh fcroww plaid; >wt green hrojdfltxh wiih green plaid. 5i/es »cc I-3X. THE TOT SHOP MRS. F. G. REICHEL 110 South 2nd Slrttt BlytheviHe Keep Childhood Days i» Tour children never grow o (Jay oldef In your inop- sholi ... so moke cerfain you laV.e plenly oE picture^ now. For bcsl results, load your camera wilh Kodak Film, ana" bring the exposed rolii lo ui for expert developing and printing. Kodak Tourist Camera, Kodct Lens —a wonderful camera for your picture taking the year round. You'll like the smarl styling and many modern operal- ing featurei. TaVes Kodak 620 Films. Negatives are 2% * 3V* inches. New low price, only $24,50, including Federal Tax. See if here today. Guard's Jewelry Blytheville, Ark. BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Sh(iw§ Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 :M a.m. I4:4A p.m. t.3» f.m. LISTEN TO KI.CN Last Time Today A Woman's Secret n u re en O' H a ra and Mclvyn n»y Km Office Opens t>:45 Slum Sl.irts 7v<HI Oltrtis Sunchiy 1:00: SUrls t :I5 Cdiiliiuirxis Slunvv A: Sun. HarKiiin NiRlil Kvcry Night K\rcpl S:ilnri|;iy ,S'r> passes linmirrd on Sundaj •( ltn\> Thralre Kast Time ToJay Act of Violence nilli V^ti HrHin ami Knbrrt Hya n 1 Mrlrn Shiirl— Some of llic Best TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL Beware of fraiululcnt operators! I'se the protect ion afforded fcj the SL.Ue and titmand & lictns** operator, TrrmSlM . . . Household Pr.sls. Ill>tlievillr's only |i^en^cd operator, WALLS CERTIFIED TERMITE SERVICE Rlf. 1, Bov S-H', East M»hl »«. Plioilf. 179}

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