The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 25, 1946
Page 2
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rttitc fWi> BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 25, 1946 Bridge Party Honois Mis s ' Nancy Shufoid Miss Nancy Slmford of Hickory, N. C., was guest of.honor al a bridge party'gtven last night by Mrs. Billy Phillips, at her home, 1000 ChlcV.a- sawba. The University of Norf.i Carolina graduate is housoguesi of Harry A. Haines and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, 1025 Chlckasawba. .' Garden flowers., added another colorful note to '(he Phillips' Hvlrrg room where theicighl guests played cards'and- later enjoyed refresh- nients' of a fruit salad course. Mrs, Cecil Branson won cologne for high score award, Mrs. Russell Haynes Fftrr received powdi-r for second, and Miss Slmford was presented perfume. . Gamp-Bound • Girls Leave Here Tomorrow '".' Three Blytheyille girls will bci>h' a new experience tomorrow when they leave for' camp. They aro Heard Wylte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylle, 1127 West Mam: Ann Ella Humphreys, daughter of Mr." nnd Mrs. Henry Hmni.-hrev-;. 319 West Main,, and JVK Wilson. ' dau2hter of Mr. and Mrs. linker L. Wilson. 1509 West Wm.-iut. Mrs. M. H. Davis Dies in Houston, Mississippi Members of (he family of T. I- eay, South 21st street, were called to Houston. Miss., early Sunday by Ihe death of Mrs. M. II. DAV|J, jrandinother Of Mrs. Forrest Moore. Frank and Floyd Sciy. datii;hterund sons of Mr. Seay. They returned ast night following funeral services ycslevdtvy. -Belli Mr. and Mrs. Davis !iad ils'tpd in Ihe Seay home, having brcn here duiinfi the past Fu miner for two weeks. Death ol Mrs. -Davis followed an invaudisni of Iwo years. Floyd Seay made his homo wilh his grandparents, following death of his mother when two weeks old, until he moved to Hlythevllle, fol- InwiriR discharge from tile Army in Jnimury. Attending' Ilie funeral were Mr. nnd Mrs. T. I. Seay. Miss Ruth Seay and Iva Seay. Mr. ami Mr?. Kcrrcsf Moore and dmighlcr. San- drn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Sc.iy and two tons, and Floyd Seay. At The Hosoitals Hlythevllle HusplUl Admitted: { Dr. George Cone, Osceola. Hailnn Clayton, city. Blllie Carolyn Adaiijs. city. Marilyn linker, city.; II. K. Tinker, city. Born to Mr. and ; Mrs. Eunoa Goodlow, Tyler. Mo.,' n daughter last night. ; [ Dismissed: i Mrs. J. L. Thurman.jOsceola. Mrs. Enrl Leslie, cltj C. A. Richards, city. Mrs. W. H. Chnndlei, city. Mrs. Ellis Wheeler, cfly. Walls I Delay Building Dam LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 20. (UP)—O|>ciiliiK of l>ids for construction of Hull Shoals Dam scheduled for Thursday has been post 1 They ore"to attend Gamp S5- \ noucd until July lllh. The Lltile quoya at Bristol, Vn.. tov eight weeks. ul Bits of News Mostly Personal To go by train from Memphis tomorrow night, they will be tnken there by relatives. Visitors Complimented Relatives of the Houston Carter family gathered in the yard of their was Charles Bihingsley, of Luxora. home, 518 West Ash, Sunday night for a fish fry, complimenting their houseijucsts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elme. 1 Potts and daughters. Patricia. Joyce and Joan Potts of Gary, Ind. Mrs. Potts is the daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Curler. 'Also included In the 1C present Pollyann Tldwell, city Jimmie Hroydon. deiia, Calif. Miirv Ann Robinson city. Mary Louise Scrape 1 , city. Irene McCook, cltyj Mrs, Joe RlehnrdK, I city. Dismissed: | Audcll Ash. lirnisgiiloclo. Mo. I. M. Whltwell, Braggadocio. Mo. Mrs. I. M. Whltwolj, Brneirndoclo. Mo. I Mrs. W. P. Crow. city. •Memphis Kaplitt llucpltal Admitted: f Mrs. J. T. Van Ausflall. Cnrulhcrs- ville. Mo. I Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: ! Mrs. E. A. Wattle. Cnrulhcrsvllls, Mo. Born to Mr. n nd Mrs. H. P. Ohlendorf, Osccoln, a daughter. Llrut. and Mrs. Frank Sllgar an«J U'ce, Donna Jean Parham ol Fres- j, Calif., are visiting Mrs. Sll ar's mother, Mrs. Laura Crawforf at GosnHI. They will leave Monday for |>aln(s <jf Missouri and Kentucky before .going on to Dayton Clilo, where Lieutenant Sligar wil lie stationed. Mrs. Crawford will ac?ompa7iy them to Paducah, Ky.. to visit, her son. Jumes P. Ivllli, family of Hyhalla, Miss,, spcn^ Sunday wilh Mrs. V. K. Krister at New Liberty community. Mr. am! Mrs. Merrill 13. )U'-(an. /ho wore guests last week of Mr. nd Mis. II. O. Cash, Mr. and Mrs. oe Waddy and Mr. and Mr:;. Wnl- er Waddy, have left for their lioine U >S;int:i Ana, Calif. Mrs. Hu£;m s the sisUT of Mr. Cash. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hawkins lave as their houseguest, his sls'.er- U-lnw. Mrs. Agnes Hawkins of 8!»a- I'ou, Twin. Mrs. Anne Stevens liainlltbn. 1007 V/est Main. Is spending several days, lii Memphis. 'Mr. and Mrs. Houston Carter, CIS. Ash, havo as their quests, All,', and Mrs, Elmer Potts and Uiiujhleni, Patricia, Joyce and Joan Potts, uf Gary, Ind. They will be here twi> weeks. Jvir. and Mrs. Sum Lanurum have returned from a vacation spell'- in Mobile, Birmingham and points of Alabuma ami aloiur liie Gulf Ct>ast. « Atlanta Hotel Guests Routed by Cafe Fire ATLANTA, Ga., June 2!>. IUP) — Fire today routed 05 guests from deslroying the kitchen or an ad-1 finest of free medical and dental joliilni; restaurant, care. Post hospitals are as "!> >o Tile hotel giiesls were removeU date as any to be found and the from their rooms as :i i>re<:niitioii.linKrrled ">an will be able to .Ijk5 -• me :or both U;c Scovllle Hotel heir-. Ihe flames Regular Ar ttards NOW CUT PRICED FOR QUICK Ct.EAKAUCS. QUANTITIES UMlTT- ; (advantage of medical cure ; rrny men receive the himself and his family. U and family. She Solves Housing Shortage Dr. George Cone, deiilisl of O';- ceola, Is utulergoiiiH treatment nt Blylhcvllh! Hospital. His condiliun 1 is satisfactory. C. A. Richards is much improved following treatment nt Wnlls Hospital. He ha.s returned to his hunio on the Clear Lake Road. Maureen Morris, 810 Wesl Walnut, will have as her guests tomorrow afternoon and Thursday, Doris Wells nnd Martha Sue BlarV- wood of Lepanto. Doris and Manleen were classmates at St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville, Tenn., during the pasl year. Mrs. Fred Copeland has returned from Memphis Baptist HospiiM where she underwent an operation. She now Is convalescing at her home, 915 Wesl Walnut. She \vas accompanied by her nurse, Mrs 1 , Martha Baker Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crnfton, 900 Hearn, had as their guests for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Purlfoy Gill nnd two sons. John and George Gill, of Little Rock. Mr. Gill, broth- MARION, Ark., June 25. (U.P.) (.,• of Mrs. Crnfton, attended fo, —The sheriff's office today held business here as director of Arkan- varrants fur the arrest, of John s(l s Employment Sccurilj Division. Coming Events WEDNESDAY :Mrs. H. C. Hose entertains Town and Country Bridge Club nt her home :n Homeland. •niunsnAY GNU Club meeting with Mrs. Dyrorj Noll. Alpla Beta Bunco Club members guests of Mrs. Lane Nowoil. FricKlly Hook Club im.'etin;; with Mrs. K. A. Copeland. Tweitleth Century Club havhr; suppi.'i daneo at The Hut. Memphis Pair Accused Of Theft of $10,500 Barren and Mrs. Pauline Hixrmoh, Oth of Memphis, In connection ..1th the theft of SIO.SOO from W. E. McKcnzlc, Memphis used cnr enler. The warrants charge Ihe l\vo vllh grand larceny, Sheriff Cecil loodwln said. , Goodwin said McKenzie missed he money after a drinking party with Barren nnd Mrs. Harmon In West Memphis, Ark. Smart bird'is the mothei pigeon pictured above Seeking ;i home, she picked the 'Washington office ol Frasci Gurdnei. chairman of the Expediting Committee ol the Combined Vclcrans Housing Committee. "With five Uvip,s, three paper clips, two hah pins anil :> vuuuw band f or a" nest, "she set up housekeeping in ;i file tray- and laid liet - eggs on u copy of the Congressional Record. Family allowances ior dependents ire only temporary measure for the duration plus six months. However. f you enlist In the Regular Army before 1 July 10*6. the nUowimu? vlll be continued for the duration of your enlistment. They returned home today. Miss Nccly Perry, who Is attending Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, spent the weekend here with relatives at HufTman She was ac- I rompanicd by her room mat'?. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. John Brc~k- enridgn spent several hours here yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Hays, .1116 Hearn. They wore en route, to West Dover, Mass., where Colonel Breckcnrldgc will ho stationed, after recently returning from 22 months spent In Cairo, Egypt. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Simmons and Rock District Engineers Office said here yesterday that the delay was caused by n change in specifications. CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank our many friends for their great kindness shown at the time of the recent death of our loved one, E. T. Sheppard. Their thoughtfulucss \vlU never be forgotten. The Sheppard Family. WASHER SERVICE Philip Frci i-ninil l:!n,1iit;rs. VJUIH. IrnnR nnd Fill: ADAMS'APPUANCE CO., Inc. .1. \V. ADAMS. Jlirr. C/ose-Out SALE Grls Pinafores . . . Buby Dresses . . . Boys Rompers . . . . Si/t-s 1 in '•} Vnliic.s S2.75 to ?4.00 0;it They Co at— $1.50 GIFT SHOP MOSS 11KYAX 103 East Main Do You Want to Be For Your Stanley's Household Cleaning Chemicals, Furnllurr Cleaner, Window Cleaner, Woodwork Cleaner Call MRS. AI.MA SOHEREK Residence Phone 839 rr This is YOUR chance for Travel and Adventure. Enter this contest to select "Miss Btytheville" and YOU may -win a trip to Atlantic City and a chance to be chosen "Miss AMERICA". RULES ARE: You must be unmarried and be between the ages of 18 and 28. Fill Out and Mai/ Today! IK i pit* • i •** Joycee Beauty Contest Box 707, Blytheville, Ark. Please Enter Me In Your Beauty Contest to b« held in Blytheville High School Stadium, July 3rd at 8 p.m. Name Address . Age Telephone No Continuous Shows Every Day Bel Office Opcns^l^ Show Start* 2:<W LISTEN TO KI.CN 0:QO a.m. 12;.|5 p.m. r *^:.t Coming Soon to (lie Ritz: ARATOGA TRUNK with Incrlfl Ecrgmann & Gary Cooper FROM T1IIS DAY FORWARD with Joan Fontaine & Mark Stevens nrnwn anil Wliilts at Popular I'rir SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVK!) IncUuling several other stylos of Kutulals Ui white for Dress or Piny \X\mli .1 sccom! took» too, -in* U.. r.iori.- with .ill the fe.uurc* y«m u,.Mins!u ) e>roT>-OMrfuufovu,j; t.nUlun. Olhcr iutivc tn>> s j.iJ gill M..VI |>IOM;J Poll -PjIlOtV Tuesday and Wednesday The Virginian with .Toel McCrea anil Hrian Donlcvy Sflrrted Klmrt Hiilijrrts Continuous sluminff nvcry cln.T Matinees S^t. & Sun. Only Box Offirc Optlls 11:15 Opens Sunrtay 1:00; Starts 1:15 ContlnoooK Shnws Sal. nml Son. Uarglin Night Kvcry Night Except Saturday. X« passes honored on Sunday al the Koxj. FAMILY Shoe Store 312 Wcsl Main St. Tuesday nnd Wednesday An American Romance with Brian Dnnlcvy null Ann lliclunls Just Before Dawn with W»rnrr Baxter and Artrlle Knbcrts MRN'S CANVAS OX- 1'OROK $1.07 Good s\7.c ran^c. Rcct n:)>l)cr solos. MEN'S I, K A THICK BAItEflOOT SANDALS 51.5)7 Cool, comfortable for i-um- mcr wear. JUST ARKIVKD! NI1W JtOAT CUSHIONS S2.SH Folding back scut for your comfort. FLAG CLKARANCE! K\7,K 3x5 COTTON HUNTING. $1.!)7 Be ready for a big 4th of July. Buy now unci .save. TOT'S 1 PC. STRIP HI) SKHKSUCKICR K V N- SUIT , 87c Good slw; assortment. They'll and wear! HOY'S 2 PC. BOHBY SUIT FOK PLAY Oil LEISURE SI,15 Practical iincl economical for .summer wear. LIGHT WEIGHT HOOK SIDE GIRDLES, RE- IHJCF.]) TO CLEAR! 07 c Rayon and cotton balisK'. liny Now! CLEARANCE! LADIES ALL WOOL SHIRTS. Reg. S3.!)8 NOW 2.87 Other shirts reg. $2.98. Now just $1.89. R U B H E R S T A I R THREADS COMPLETE WITH METAL PLATE 25c Snve the wear and tear on your -stairs. WASHABLE CHENILLE RUGS REDUCED $-1.27 Reyular $5.19 chenille rn;; size 'J-l x 42. Just a few! CABINET SINK REDUCED TO CLEAR! ' Si»i>.r>() A 5'1" cabinet and top complete with swing spoilt faucet and strjiiiKT. CO A L BURNING WATER HEATER REDUCED S<).i)5 Reg. .$lfi.2!l heater. Attach to your present range boiler. CLEARANCE VALUES FOR ALl Walnut finish desk Child's training chair. Just 5 Gold band tumblers Fiber waste baskets Sturdy fiber broom Household corn broom . Glass washboard Reduced! "Welmaid" basket liners Children's swing set Glass marbles TOO Child's pull toy Anagram Game Lingerie Chests (Small) .. Lingerie Chests (Large) All metal, shoe rack $19.88 $1 .57 2 foi 15c 67c 88c 27c $14.83 10c ... ........ $2.97 $3.97 98c Assorted Buttons, card .............. 5c Roll-on Girdles $L98 Purses Reg. 3.98 .............. $2.47 Purses Reg. 7.50 $5.67 MEN'S toEAR PRICED TO CLEAR Men's white short shirts Men's work straw hats Men's rcg. 49c ties Men's Reg. $2.25 belts Men's work pants Men's covert work caps Men's dress trousers Work straw hat clearance $2.47 49c . 37r. $1.77 $1.47 57c .$1.97 . . . 14c REPCED FOR QUICK SJtlR Boys 2 pc. dress suits $^ 1-77 Jr. Boys twill overalls SI .87 Boy's cotton play shorts $1.27 Tot's 1 pc. chambray suit 95c Children's barefoot sandals $1.97 Child's training seat $1.17 Boy's sport shirts 9. r c Boy's striped T shirts 67c Bay's knit pajamas $1.77 ARANCE! PRICES AREtUI Water softener, 30,000 grain $94.50 Wood over sink cabinet 30" x 30" Wood over sing cabinet 42" x 30" Double basin china sink Mixing sink faucet * T..\DIKS WHITE SUM- MKU SHOUTS Kli- DUCED! 82.77 Regular S3.9S shorts for cool comfortable Mimmer play. LADIES STRli'El) COTTON' S P O K T SHIIITS* Wear them with slacks or shorts, assorted colors. AM, MKTAl. KITCHKN OR UTILITY STOOL Sl.GU Sturdy welded steel stool. Red only. N E W SHIPMENT. COCOA FIBER DOORMATS. S2.49 Siz« 1C x 2fl. Other sl;:cs In stock, too! Sink cabinet only; 72" Sachet Set 11 pc All steel tool box Cotton clothes line Steering wheel spinncv Braided sash cord Misty spray lawn sprinkler. . Canvas soil soaker Long handle shovel Roll-a-way lawn sprinkler . Plastic chair guard -Youth's Reg. 4.50 archery bow' $13.00 $32.95 $17.45 $5.95 $61.95 $7.75 $2.83 $1.17 53c $1.60 79c $1.90 $1.15 $2.79 27c $2.77 JVlontgomery Ward * Us« our mon*ly poym«n» pkm to buy ony re«rchandis» frcm our itor* itotkt Of Hn«u«K ow catalog department.

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