The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1946 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 194G WSCS Circle Meet Held Mor-Jay Afternoon The wohiin's Society of. Christian S*m<i- of' First tycthodlst Churth met JjpnrUy, afternoon in circle '• ' Mrs. Charles AUord w»s hostess to members of Circle One, with Mrs. 'H. A. Taylor - as co-hostess; Mrs. !'C, 4 A- Cimhlnghafn ' conducted the * tl * d y lesson and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby "give the : devotional. •Fourteen members attended. Circle Two met' with, Mrs. cole- man » Stevei*: <f|lli .^T numbers preseht:' Mrs, A. 'C. Haley had charge of the' devotional and study lesson. Mrs. James Verhoeff was a new member of Circle Three which met with Mrs. O. E. Knurtsen. The 10 member5;'i)fe.seht were-- t»\ight , the study 'lesson by Mrs. George Pyles, F. b.. Smith was hostess to Dr. Mies Hostess' To Business Circle Dr. Edna Nles was hostess last litght to members of the Business Cjrcle of the Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church Hi lit)-- home, 5H West Main. jn addition to the nine members present was a guest, Mrs. 11. C. Blankenshlp. .Eiitertaming rooms of Hie home were dec-orated arrangements of t flowers.. Guests were served on the porch. 'Dr.' files opened the business session, whiclj she conducted, '.vlth prayer. Plans were made for adoption of another needy family as a project after a report that 'he family which had I'Cen adopted had move<| away. Miss Delia Pintle taught the study lesson, taken from the last tv:o chapters of the book "Home Mis- World." dismissed with Mrs.- *. —.. nine members of circle Pour aud! sions in a New ft giiest, Mrs. Richard Norton of The group was Little Rock, guest of Mr. and Mrs. (circle prayer and the hostess serv- Earl Buckley.-, Mrs. L. E. Baker jcd refreshments. ^ had charge bi" the'study lesson, i * ' , Mrs. M. O. Goodwin was hostess Q£Q Club Elltei'tainCC and Mrs. E. D.- Ferguson ,co-hostess, to 11 members of Circle Five. Mi's. Lloyd Whittaker presided and Mrs. W. I* Hornfr conducted the studj lesson She »as assisted I y Mis Charles brigger and Mrs Eddie Old. ,'„ , Mrs. Gus Efeerit- was hostess and Mrs W A EUckmon, co-hostess to Circle $ik .Mrs Hugh WhilsiU, a guest and president ol the soc- Ictj. led the study lesson Mts P D IY»ts-p»ve the devotional for the elgM., member"; and BU" s including, Mrs S B WiUord Married June 8 By. Mrs. J. C. Ellis jr. Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr. was hostess Monday night with a pnv'.y for members of the GEO Chib. The Ellis home, at BiirfleW, wa.i decorated with bouquets of loses ancl daisies. When Bridge was played, high prize went to Miss Lynn Jarkson and brldgo to Mrs John F. Fields. The hostess served Iced Orlnks. . Presbyterian Women Have Auxiliary Meet The program preschtcd Monde y afternoon at' 'the meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary of '-Fir* I Prtsby- terian Church' was -based "on the 9flth Psalm. Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd led the program, entitled "Why Are We Protestants?" She discussed two chop Mrs. Wenlfrctl K. M arrow til Blylhevllle was before her mni'niiue J\ine 8 Miss Ha/el DeLnnoy, d:mv,h- ler of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. T)oL:inc'y of I3eebc. Mr. Marrow, son of Mr ind Mis. \V. M. Marrow of I.u\'<-i'a, vas discharged from the Navy JUMI; 7 nftcr 20 months sei'vice In the Pacific Theater. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Mnreella Calhoim. Dell. Dorothy May Ralph, city. Dismissed: Mrs, Hnby Davis, Slcele, Mo. Mrs. Dan Bi'nrtt and baby, lit 1 city. Mrs. Jack Dnfoid, Dell, Mrs. Rosa Caraway, Manila. Mrs. E. I,. Morgan, Carutlnrsvllle Mo. Clyde Robinson, city. Rlytlievllle Hospital Admitted: .:..-. I-/. C. Matthews, city; Horn to Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Reed, city, a diniHhtcr yesterday, j Horn to Mr. and Mrs. .Jnmes Ki:tr:lniin, city, a son- this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. C. W. White. Holland, Mo. 1 .Memphis liaptlst Hospital I Admitted: H. M. -Swift, Osccola. ! Nancy While, city, ^Irniphis Melbmlist llosi>i(:il 1 Admilled: Mickey Sheltoh, city. Federal Wage Control Boss Worries Over Fate of OP A II V KAVMOX:> I/All It United rress Staff CuiTcsiiundent WASrilNCiTON, June 19. IUl'1 — Government .stabilization nffiemls expressed the belli'l today tlv.U enactment of pemliiii; OI'A bills would Iwiv an Immediate relaxation of v,flK»' controls. Chairman W. Willarc! Wirts; <>! the Wage stabilization Hoard was represented as fcelini? that it v.'o'.ild b-? necessary to change; the- government's four-monlli-old wugc policy before Hie end of July it the nil- mihlsiUaUon loses its price control flghl. It was thai policy whlcli settled the steel strike and set t':ie pattern for settling other waijc disputes since mid-February. Uncertainty over the price ana cost-of-living outlook accounted for the bollef amoiiR government labor officials ihnt the comparative peace on (he labor front may not, last. CIO and AFL leaders have Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Wllmn Scott and Miss Vir ginia Wheeler are spending a '.wo week vacation In Illinois, Indiana and West Virginia. Mrs J. S. Dlllahunly left Sunday ters of a book by that title and gave j for New York Cits', where nlic Conjinj? Events WEDNESDAY Cotr^litis Mocllnger lias T«!\vn and Country Bridge, Club. THURSDAY asserted relaxing price con- and trols would lend to .strikes labor unrest. Henco ijnvernment labor officia'.s alvcndy \\cre talkiiiK about til Lorainc Vest Bride Of Pocahontas Pastor III a ceremony June !) at Baptist Church of Hyess, 1.01'fiiiu- Vest, daiiKhlpr of Mrs. Ethel Vest of T.VIOIIKI. became bride of the Rev. Robert B. 1/je of pneahonlns. Unc.it of another labor "crisis", less than a week after tile last major dispute was settled. TO avert that threat. Stabilization Director Chesler Bowles has sounded out AFL president William Green and CIO President I'.'iillp Murray on a new no-strike agreement. It was Indicated that Ih proposed agreement might be ai- tnched to a presidential veto along th a request for a simple e>-ten- sicn of the present price control law. Both Green and Murray . wore reported to havp raised condition:; an<i avoided definite commitments. One AFI. official indicated that the AFL would agree to a one-year :io- strike pledge if assured that .age controls would be scrap at tile end of that period. There was little chance, however, that President John L. Lewis o! I lie United Mine Workers, most powerful of the AFL unions, would bind the UMW to any such pledge. The UMW still has no contract Durants Face Court Martial In Frankfurt FRANKFURT. June 19. (UP) — Col. and Mrs. Jack W. Durant returned here from the United States T today to face court martial pro- I ceedings over disappearance of -lie llejsc crown jewels. A military police cscouc met the couple when they arrived from Paris at 10:12 a.m. in an Army transport plane They had spent tile nigh! in Paris formerly of Blythevillo. has been notified he Is oualificd to "jiter the United States Military Academy at West Point. He was graduated from Hiy'he- vllle High School before ent-rini; llendrix College at Conway and Is a veteran of 14 months Army service. Phillip Reed Qualifies To Attend West Point Phillip Heed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelll Heed of Hebcr Spring-;. HuMKo THt .Dainty COOKING FAT Si's Wonderful! BINGO Sponsored by Home Demonstration Club PRIZES 'Form Produce Friday Nite 8 p.m. Jane Fletcher to Wed Jersey City Resident Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fletcher, ot Marked Tree, announce the engagement, and approaching innrrlayo o' their daughter, Miss Jane Fletcher, lo Capt. Thomas J- McDonouidi of Jersey City, N. .!.. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McDonough o! .Jersey City. Tlie wedding will be solemnized III L/alo June. Miss Fletcher was graduated from Marked Tree Hlgli School and for the past four years has been employed nt the Marked Tree Coin- press. Captain McDonoiiRh, who Is .. ., , ,, The Rev. Hal Gallop, par.fiv, Mrs. Crnnildll Klnnlngliam eiill-r- jKi-formrd the double rin?; cere- tarns Thursday Bridge Cluix I mony In the presence of a lan;c Mrs. Neville Blakeniorc hostessluroup of (riends and relative's. .tr /^l..\. ' The bride.''given in marriage by her cousin, • Pal -Bui-field, wore a wedding dress of while .satin and a veil of illusion. Shi> carried will. lo Friendly Rook Club. Entro Nous Club meeting Mrs. Raymond Smith. Alpha Beta Bunco Club guests ol Mrs. J. T. HIckman. FRIDAY Junior Royal Association of First. Baptist church meeting at II« church. 3:30 p.m. .Junior Fellowship O f First Methodist church meeting at the church, 3:-IT» p.m. white prayer book topped with roses. Miss Virginia Vest. Mis.s Betl.y Gallop and Miss Cower served :\K brlde.sniaids. CARD OP THANKS We wish to thank each and every- 0110 wno was so kind and thoughtful during the recent, illness ami death of our w if e and mother. We the history of Isnae falher-orhyrhns,, , . . Born in London, the writer was a minister and Is most famous for his rewritU'h Book of Psalrnr, aiul the paraphrase of 90lh : Psalms. Members of the Aulliary sans the paraphrase, entitled "Our Ood. Our Help iii Agss'past." Mrs. L. S. Hartaog gtxv^ th'; de- votional.'readirig the 90th Psnlm. In the .business session, it was annbuhSed that during July nnd A'.igust. the executive board, circle rheetings, and Auxiliary ' meetnig would be held the same day. Tills wltlBe the 'third Monday of each month, when the executive board will meet at 2:3fl o'clock. circles 'at 3 o'clock, and Auxihuiy following the 'circle meeting*. ' Meetings Welts, the was met by her dtnighlcr, Mrs. Earl W. Abrey, nnd eiamldnuglucr. Miss Emily ; .Inne Abrey, of Evercli. Moss. Prom New York, they went, to Everett. During her six weeks stay there, Mrs. Dillahiinty also will visit- points of interest In Cnnatta. Upon her return home, she will | Tho monthly bingo game spnn- be accompanied by the Abrey I .sored by the AHur Society of i.be family. She was accompanied to | Church of the Immaculate CV>nc.''S3- Memphis by Mr. [ind . Mrs. Joe H. lion will be held tomorrow iilghr t> Eynns and Mrs. William P. Me- o'clock, at the Armory. Caughey. .-.; ,- \- Boy Scout Cubs and their parents are urged to attfMid the-niuellniT to- Mrs. Sirtart Hostess To Her Club, Guests Mrs.iKu^ell C. Parr played bridge yesterday afternoon with members of Tue/day Bridge Club when Mrs. Murray Smart entertained the group at her home, 1M4 West Walnin. . The home was decorated with bouquets of Summer flowers. When Bridge, was played, high . prize went to Mrs. Doyle Henderson and second to Mrs. Riley B. Jones of Manila. During games, cold drinks were served and following games, the hostess served a dessert course. « • • Mrs. McCalla Hostess To Double G Members Mrs. J. Farris McCalla ehteitnined members of Double G Bridge Club and other guests last night with a party. : Guests were Mrs. Max Usrey. Mrs. Triad Nicol aiidljMrs. John-Uppltt. In evening bridge games .high score prize went to Mrs. Usrcy and sex»nt\ to Mbs r Margaret Shaver. The McCallb home was decorated with arrangements of Summer flowers, accenled with gladioli. Cold drinks we're served during games. -iMr. and 'Mrs. /Tom Mch.irrlty and daughter, Mary, of Memphis, nnd Mrs. Piuil Luister of Osceola, were the weekend (suests of Mrs. M«- Garrlly un<l Ml ' s - Luster's slstt'v, Mrs. W. T. Barnett, nnd Mr. Barnett, 112B Wnlnnt. Mnry rwnnlncd for n week's visit with the Burnetts. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. O. Miller have novcd Into the home' nt 910 West Main \vhere Mr nnd Mrs. Bnncroll Terry lived before moving into their new home nt 1400 WnlmU. Mr. and Mrs. Terry purchased the hohie from Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gobi) Funeral Home for their services rendered and fo r their kindness. Walter Webster nnd children. morrow nlyhl, 7:4ri o'clock. -\l the Lake Street MethodlsL Church. Jimmy McRae. Cnb ma.ster. au- nouncrd dial a program would be presented. Wilson, who have moved to Poplar Bluff, Mo. Mr. Wilson is with Arkansas Power Company. Joe Kvieter has returned to Panninn Canal Zone, where lie is in construction work, after having been here with relatives. He formerly mnde iiis home in Blylheville. Mr. and Mrs. fl. P. Dedc of Cape Glrardeau, Mo., nre here as [jucsts ibC their daughter. Mrs. Weldon Ncbel, nnd Mr. Ncbel, 1033 Web 1 . Ash. Condition of II. N. Swi-iirciiBi'is, of Su'earengcn Cotton Co. who un- denvent n major operation Monday ut Memphis Methodist Ho.ii>it;\l, is sctisiactory. Mrs. Sweuroii^cu is v.'Uh him. Mrs. E. H. Collins and daughter Mary, of Porlagevillc, Mo., have arrived to be with. Mrs. Collins daughter, Mrs. Alice Conts, who i^ quite 111 nt Walls Hospital. Mrs. Trcsa Wagster hns gone to Atlanta. Ga., to join her husband who is stationed there, alter beini; here with her aunt. Mrs. Oi'orse Brown, nnd in Stcele. Mo., with her mother, Mrs. Ona Burk. •Ed B. Cook, 216 East Kentucky. lias returned Home after a brief islt with his mother. Mrs. J. b. look, in Advnncc. Mo. Henri Dnhol of Paris, guest hc?re of his fiance, Miss Eldora Neal, and larents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J, I:!. Neui, eft yesterday afternoon for New York to join his father, M'j'.neuir 3eslre Dnhol, who has arrived (.here from Paris by plane. They will n-- nnin in New York to meet Mud.uiii: Dllhot and daughters, Madenloist'llt's Ceannetlc and Kelene Dulioi, scheduled to arrive tomorrow in N':w scheduled to arrive tomorru, 1 / in New York aboard n sliip. The Duhnl, family will then come to Hlyihi- le for the wedding of their :;on lo Miss Neal, which will bo sobm- nwed June 29. RESORT TO WHITE Cooling, Refreshing, Smart for Afternoon. Comfortable (o walk in. All White Kid, Open Toe, Milt Heel. AAAA to C. $6.00 Dancing Kvcrv Tuesday Thursday anil Saturday Music liy Duke Doyle Lee nml his 7-1'iccc ]?;inil For lii'si'rvatinns Call 3984 TWIN GABLES Read Courier News Want Ads Select these: cups, spoons, etc. Children's jsrcctijig car( i s Kaby'x auto seat llnoks—.idull and Highchah'5 ami pads C'rih bumpers Chux disposable with private bituminous mine opei Phone 2308 105 Sotilh Second American Legion Hut Admission 50c Ice Cold Wotermelons Peaches OUNCE BOTTLE BlyrhevHIe CUUI! MAUKKT Main Street Pepsi-Cola Company- .^eiiff Hlani Cily, N. Y. jYanchised Roltlcr: Pepsi-Cola Boltlinc Co. of Rlvtheville Two simple steps in Improving the LOOKS ...boosting VITALITY! RITZ THEATRE Wednesday, Thursday and Friday GETTING VALUE out of the food you cat is YOUR No. 1 HEALTH PROBLEM whether you eat 500 or 2,000 pounds yearly. To do this, medical science says, you must have an adequate supply of natural stomach DIGESTIVE JUICES, and RICH, RED-BLOOD mast be present. 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Ixist Time Today v DOTJBI.T: FKATUKK Pillow of Death with l.on Clinncy All Brands of Cigarettes Mr. Muggs Rides Again with Kasl Shlc Kills Thursday and Friday Mrs, Parkingtori willi (Jrcrr Carson ami Waller 1'iilRCon Selected Short Subject per carton Tax Paid. Yes We Have Plenty of Record Players RADIOS GASSIOVES Electric Toasters Electric Irons \ And Many Other Wanted Hard-to- Get /tents i![in;\n\ li UO McCAnEV'S The Bells ofStMaty's WILLIAM • GARGAN rtedbj Leo McOrtf boh* Sior)'b>-Leo Y/of" Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title 213 W. Walnut — Lands — Loans Phone 2381 Cominf Soon to the Kit*: SARATOGA TRUNK with Ingrlrt Beremami & Gary Cooper FROM TUTS DAY FORWAKD with Joan Fontaine & Mark Stevens DIXIELANDS E R V 1C E STATION Highway 61 — 31/2 Miles North of State Line USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If yon nre poing to keep your present car lot us give you an estimate on reconditioning yonr motor, Imdy nnd painting. Credit terms can he arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. OMsmohile Bast Main St. CMC Trucks Phone 519

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