The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1946 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 20, 1946
Page 4
Start Free Trial

PAGE POUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNK 1940 Supper Party Given By Mrs. Alexander Mrs. Spencer Alexander was hostess lo n snjiper party liist night at her apartment, 511 West Main wh?u she entertained 12 guests. Vases of hydrangeas decorated the liviiiR room and the sun i»rch, with the three supper tables arranged In the living room. In the bridge games which followed. Mrs. J. Farris McCslla won first prize; Miss Margarc', Shaver, second, nnd Miss'Patty June Davis, third.'Gifts were cosmetics. • • • Attend Violin Concert Those in Memphis last night to attend the concert of Benny Goodman at the Open Air Theater included several Blytheville music lovers. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Goo-h attfjirtcd (lie concert and spent p:ut of Ihc evening with Capt. and Mrs. Tom Phillips, who arc inak- inc their horn 0 In Memphis while lie *s stationed there. Othsrs present included Mr. and • Mrs. Etocrt Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Conic Ins ycdinscr Jr., Mr. and | Mrs. Cinules digger, Miss Mary KricM and E. M. Terry Jr., Miss Narcy Bracy of Liltle RocH, hqusc- giicst of Miss Ileichel and her.p&r- r-)is, and Rouse Harp, and L. O. Thompson Jr. * • • Roberl Taylors' Son Named Robert Wayne The son born to Mr. and Mis. Robert Taylor. 110 West Sycamore. Monday at Walls Hospital has been named Robert Wayne. He is their first, child. Mrs. Taylor is the former Miss Ger.ildine Ellis, daughter of Mrs. Uik? Richardson of Blylhcville and Fred Ellis of West Helena. Mr. Taylor is a vclcran of four years Army service. Lass Is Ireland's Loss, ATas Bits of News Mostly Personal M. and Mrs. Wiilard II. I'e.ise. W>. West Walnut, have as tliclr yucst his mother, Mrs. Edwin'a M. Pi-ase, 01. Memphis'. . Miss Betty .BlacX. daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black, Olft Wo.'.l Hearn, returned from Memphis tu-. day, where she vrns the cjver- nlght of Miss Ann Allcnbcr:;. Louis Lynch wl:l scivi; as a groomsman tomorrow ni^ht at Dallas, Texas, in the wedding :jf two friends from University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where all thrue attended school. Mr. Lynch accum]):mii;d his mother. Mrs. B. A. Lyi'.cli. to Scarcy, Ark.. l>efotc going to Dalhis. They plan to return th'j first of next wccfc. Mrs. S. P. Mniiln and fatrily. 800 West Main, have as uiuir (;; her daughter, Mrs. William Q. Hoyd. Mr. Boyd and clnughter, Lhiil:i. vf Poplar Bluff. Me:., where they recently moved from Blythcvil'-' li) make their home. The Ouyil.; |ihn-. to be here until Sunday. Mrs. B. A. Lynch )s spemlinu this week in Scarcy willi rchiliwi,. Mrs. T. H. Hobert.son', oi Q'l'lin, Mo., Is here for an extended yisU with her daughter. Mrs. Travis McGcc. and family, 1117 Holly. Miss Sue Carol Harmon, daiuih- ter of Mr. and Mr.s. J. Pf'-Hnrinoi),' Is spending a week In Memphis as the guest of her uncle and amil. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emery. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. K. Uraccy and family, 1110 chiekasawbu, have had Here's World's Largest Life Preserver coiled by the .senior Alabama Senator, Usler Hill. Swift was named by Gov. Ohaun- cey Sparks to fill the Semite vacancy until the CioiH'Uil Election, Nov. 5. A new Senator -.vill be elected then. Biinkhi-ad's term would have expired in IS' 13. Bankhi'ad died June 12, nearly three weeks after he suffered a stroke. 'c hundred and four pcisons can be supported safely on the new type life raft pictured above inc Iricd out at Dayton, (Jhio. The huge "life preserver," 38 feet in circumference and weighing pounds, was developed for Hie Army Air Forces at Wright Field, and will be used in major marine disasters. Fewer Workers Apply for Jobs USES Notes Decline Of 17 Per Cent in State Since March 'Y' Summer Program of his brothers.' s. W. Brnccy. and family, of Ashland, Wise., and llalc Bracey and Mrs. Uraccy of <•'•>- ruthcrsville. Mo. Mr. anr; Mrs. Dill? Bracey returned to their home last. I night and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Bracey arid family will leave lo- niRht for Ashlaml. Mrs. Arthur Lalldslroet a n it daughter, Miss Jane Lan<lstrcel. ui Memphis, nnd Mrs. Crawford M. Noble, who has been with Mr. Noble In Florida, have arrived t» be Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jessce Stltt at Hotel Noble. Mr. Noble, now in Chicago, will join the (iroup here Saturday and Mrs former Miss Estelle JLandslrcet and daughter plan •.<> remain n part of the Summer. Miss Mary Louise Reeves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Her res, 1400 West Ash. left this morning for New York city, where .she will be gufst of her HniKf. Henry i Son Boni To McGees Mr. and Mrs. Travis McOee, 1117 Holly, are the parents of a son born yesterday morning at their home. The baby has been named Travis Leo. , . The McGees havk t|'o other children. Darline and Larry. Mrs. McGee " w is; the Robertson. LITTLE HOCK. Ark., Juno 20. (U.I'J—A 17 per cent drop in the number of [xirsons seeking work in Arkansas was announced today that it. H heavier staff at any time in tin 1 past years. However, according to report, lumber firms iiced than I lure Ihe 70 U I'alterson. stale <ll- [ seiiool term. Only a small increase in non-farm employment occurred. There is a large amount of construction work lo be don<: when the materials can be secured, bnt at present not much work is bciny done in this Held. ,>i ,..-,-. • ••- . Dottd,. and' his parents, Mr. raid | announced in Wirifi rritprp'^t 1 -'-' " ' Mrs D.'F. Dodtt. Miss Reeves was ,vry. allhoiitih TY i<Jt MIIS_I^OI - accompanied by her brother. Wade] ;- EiscussiniT progress of the Yj Mr"and' Mrs Jessec Slitl havu Bummer piugrnm today. Miss Alice , unle(1 , „ , rip ,„ rhlladel- <3ilihn • Hir»M/M- «+r«*«pri IViol rilr_! . . _. , . .. , lu |.,-.j ., American Hoh'l by 1). i'almer reclor of Ihe United States Employment Service. The figure wa.s readied. Patterson .said, by comparing current re- ]X>rls will) March tabulations. Meanwhile, industrial employment in the Lilllc Hock area, and in El Dorado, Koiresl cllv, Hot Springs, Monticelio and Pine Bluff wa.s bhown lo have developed an upward (rend for (lie past 110 days, Patterson added. Termini? the employment outlook for Ihe slate "very good," Ihe USFS director pointed out IhaL construction activity throughout Arkansas would be a bin boon lo the unemployed. Patterson's re- poi't Indicated that shortages .•.till existed in skilled carpenters, brick masons, stenographers and typists. Anolher shortage of workers was workers at ouco and will need two more by mid-September. A cily-by-city report on cm-, plnymenl condiiions included: Ulythcvllle—A drop in the number of unemployed men occurred during Ihe past two months as workers shifted to spring farm ac- livitics. At the same lime, Iliu number of women ^:eeking work Increased because of a seasonal drop in food processing and Ihc addition of new workers lo supply following completion of Ihe Cemetery Association Has Memorial Service A mrmurial si'i\kv \vas conduc-nd for MIM. K. V. Hill Tuesday afternoon at the Mupte Grove Cemetery Association medium at the home of MLS. J. U. liarksdalf on Bat'iisld lioad. pa! for the nine members attending. Plans were completed for wink of the Association <]m 1 ing the Stmt- mer. Mrs. W. M. Crowe, president. was itt charge uf the business SL'*- During (he .social hour, Mr;;. E. I- 1 . Blomcycr was honored a mi:;Lc!]ancous shower in appnrjta- Mi.s. K. F. Ulomcyet' gave the me- jUon for work she hurt carrit'.' on morial talk for Ihe former member, i since Fall. The hostess sewed re- •liii <hed in April. |fre.shmciHs of iced drinks With cook- Mis. ,1. Ci. Sudbmy gave Ihc il.r.'O- ies. the lumber Incius-. Tatlerson advised Saliba,;. director, stressed that, dlf- nhla pa wllcrc fereiit groups were to meet on dif- ' vcntl(m of the Byrd-Kanady Wedding Solemnized in Joiner ferciit days, with only on e day for Assoc | nUon nllrt O tlicr points In each division during the week. tnc Ensl T , vls , lc[l re | n , iVL , s ,,„<, Pointing out that there was some fricmls , n R { c , m , omli V a.. Wasli- >!>' !.,_• confusion in the first week's camp because children came on the wrong • days, she repeated the schedule. The Sr. G-Y griup, fifth and' • sixth grades, are io meet Mondays from' 9 o'clock U> 11:30 a. m.; the Jr. and? Sr. High, Wednesday from D to 11:30 am ami Jr. G-Y. first, second and third grades, Friday from 9 to 11:30 a. m. This schedule, with Tuesday and Thursday vacant, has been arranged to avoid conflict with the Red Cross swimming classes, held oil these days. A wide variety of activities are being carried on at the day camp, with more to be added, 'the director said. , ington, D. c.. and New York City. Mr. Slltt is president or Hie A/- kansas Hotel Association. Mrs. Irn Woltcrs and (!au};'ilcr. Patricia Jean, have been rc-nnvncl from Walls Hospital to the. Homo of her parents. Mr. and Mr.s. John Foster, .11'J North Fifth. Miss Nancy Brar.y of LiHlc Kirk arrived yesterday lo he the hinise- guest of Miss Mary Rcichcl. a'ul her parents, Mr. nnri Mrs. F. G Relchel, 1201 West Heain. Mi-, and Mrs. Cherry Byrd. ot Joiner, have announced the msir- rlnfc'c o[ their dciUKhtcr, Miss Kate M. Byrd. to Charles D. Kunady, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kan- icly of Joiner. The wedding was soleinnixe^l June 7 at the home of the,,Rev; J. W. .Moore, pastor of .the;.WCy odist Church, lie olfteinic'fl;- ''' Mrs. Kanady r^tcnded Pccaii I'oinl School, while Mr. Kunady nttcncird shiiwiu'c nigh School ot Joiner. He is a veteran of months ?;rrvicc in Euroi>e. s^Sh o\v s Every Day Box Olftcr Opens 1:4» «ho» mart. ''TOO LIST1IN TO KI.VN (1:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 Alabaman Takes Oath As Bankhcad Successor WASHINGTON. June 20. (U.P.) — George II. Swift, 58-year-old Alabama State Highway director today wa.s sworn in as U. S. Senator to succeed Ihe Late John II. liankhcatl. The tall gray-haired former Htate .Senator from Almore, Ala., look the oath of office from actiUj Senate President pro-tcnipore Clvde R. lloey, D., N. C. Swill was es- whe used to pay *15 for a permanent— low she gives herself a wave ol home CRIME COLD WAUC On Salo at WOODS DRUG STORE i:il Wcsl Main j. D. FOR FOOT COMFORT KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND — BROADWAY-DIVISION ^.A?"' BLYTHEVILLE ARKANSAS For Cash Balance of Week IMPORTANT TC US . IMPORTANT TO YOU . Filling Prescriptions "itli the utmost care is the nmst .single thing in out !'iisuKr>. -"travel Bags with zipper $2.73 to $4.97 Cleansing Tissue ACCHARIN At The Hospitals Blylhcville Hospital Admitted: Hilly Joe Sellers. Dell. Mary Frances Hall. city. Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Harding, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mr.s. Eddie R. Riggs, city. ,1. E. Smith, city. Mrs. Paul Burks, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Frank Coats, lit. 1. c'J.y. Mrs. Ira Walters and baby, citv Mrs. W. I. Mallory. city. Dorothy May Ralph, city. Mrs. R.L.Harris, Brageadooi.Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Tlie Rev. B. \V. Pierce. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. R. W. Pox. Manila. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: James Baliard, Haytl. Mo. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: J. T. Dean, Joiner. CominK Events THURSDAY Mrs. Cranclall Klnningliain entertains Thursday Bridge Cliih. Mrs. Neville Blakcinoro hostess to Friendly Rook Club. Entrc Nous CSub Tncctlng \vi' Mrs. Raymond Smith. Alpha Beta Bunco Club i:<icsts ol Mrs. J. T. Hlckman. i FRIDAY •'•'••' Junior Royal Associallon o[ Firs' Bapllst Cliurch meeting at tl* church. 3:30 p m. Junior Fellowship of First Mel- odist, church meeting at the cliurcli 3:45 p.m. Methodists May Hike Pensions to Ministers MEMPHIS, Tcilll.. .June 20. —Delecalcs from the Metho Ohurcli Hoard of Claimants in 17 fiuiiUicastcrn mill, south central slalr.s ItKhty sludted a proposal for incrrasctl pensions; for retired min- istevs. 'Ihc prormsal WILS made nt n two- day inert inc. presided over by lii- *h<ip Ivan 1,. Holt, of St. Units. Mo. Mr is a former Arkansan. IRONIZEQ KREML INGO Club Old-time hafeball ]>llclirrs Mooil only 45 feet from home plate; today the pitching distance is 00 feet C Inches. Read Courier News Wurtt Afli. RELIEF FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY'S NEAT RASHES Bent tho heat. . . relievo k-tt.y's kly hentnml diaper rn«li. Use Mi-isrum. It 10 I medicAtcd powder, that nootlira lln . etinfc. burn and enmrlof rniiinr ckiu irii- tationa which ollcn inr.ra.-wo willi tr,i. I wenthor j*. nlao li^s mr>ny yrar nmrvl iisoa. A family favorito for aver 10 voarn bavo moro in larger cites. Got Mcxuna Select these: • Sterling cups, spoons, etc. • Children's grwiing rards •Baby's into s«at •Bootes—adalt and chilrirrn • Highchairs and pads • Crib bumpers • Ch«x disposable diapers S«c Us About "Perma- bronizing" Your Baby's Shoes. TOT SHOP 105 Sooth Secnwd Distinctive and Unusual GIFTS for the June Bride at the GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Sponsored by Home Demonstration PRIZES Form Produce Friday Nite 8 p.m. American Legion Hut Admission 50c Phone 932 fcr better TAXI SERVICE Vor loi:^ trips — ."> or ninrc Memphis or I.ililc Tlnck, n train f;irr Tor round trip. LOCAL CALL . . . Twin Gables . Midnight Inn Golf Club Manila ..... $4.00 Osccola . $4.00 'Ollie;- pliirc.s In comparison G. R. Payne, manager Thursday and Friday Atabrine 29c Schick Rczors 25 Tablets 60 Aikascltzcr Milliners Sat. »v Sun. Only Oflirc OLICIIS 0:30; Show r. M Opens Similiiy 1:00; Starts 1:15 Cnntiiuintis Shows Sat. :»n<l Sun. Night i:\cry Night I'.xccpl Saturday. No pnssrs hotlnreil on Sumlay ;i tlie Koxy. nt SvinJbura resulting in tkat "Lol*ter LooV" can be avoided. XPOSESUNTAN LIQUID, masks out harmful rays, and provides protection, yet il'c non-oily, BOHA few drop* ol XPOSE spreads easily— Mrs. Parkingtcm with (Irccr (l;irs(in Srlcrlcd Short Subject Sotin to the Kit*: SAU.VI'OCIA TRUNK with In,;; in ISciymann it Oaty FROM THIS DAY FORWARD will', ! Joai\ Fontaine ^ Mark Stevi WE GARRY THE COMPLETE LINE OF FAMOUS WALGREEN PRODUCTS DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION ik Bottle 100 '/, «r. Tablets "" YEAST 60 TABLETS (<-<mii i) 79c CARTON Or 50 BOOK MATCHES 14 C it 2) 30c Mexasia Ilciil I'owder SHAMPOO (Limit 1) « 19c ! 25c Electric Hot Plato $2.05 Carrying Case Complete Otilfil — fi y o n need — rod, line, reel hooks. $3.00 Elcc. Iron Cords 79c Insect l.iglil 25c Shower Cops 60c Electric Toasters $2.00 Thermos Bottles $1.39 Thermos Lunch Kit $1.79 Inkograph Ink PENCILS $2.00 D.D.T. Moth Bombs 79c Flashlights Whisk Brooms 79c Rubber Gloves 59c Cocktail Napkins 50c Shoafft'r Pen Pencil Sets $5.00 to $23.00 HEAT POWDERS Kiddie Komfort Powder 25c Johnson and Johnson 25c Parkc Davis Comfort 1 Powder 25c ORLE5 TOOTH PASTE Cleans- Brightens c and 35c . 50c 50c BOX 54 MODESS SariUiy NAPKSNS iow with Deodorant CHARM KURL Permanent COLD WAVE KIT tc 98' Ice Cream Home Made Pint 25c

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free