PAGEtOUR BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 191G Al Fresco Party Given For; Blytheville Guesl Mrs. Haro!d Wood entertained 15 guests with an al fresco party yesterday afternoon at her home, 2222 Carolyn. The affair complimented Miss Ratncna Daughterly of Tucson, Ariz., who Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. E. S, Rogers, and family, 501 Lutn- erate. Cificr out of town guests were Miss Barbara Sunnier of Lswrcticc- ville, Ilt.,.wlio Is .visiting Miss Shirley BairmuiV and ,Miss.Bobble Jean Perry of Hotilka, -Miss., who is visiting Iva and Ruth Seay. The guests enjoyed hearing miis- Icai -records a"d being served as Daughter Is Born A daughter was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. M. Shields Edwards, H51 East Main. Mother and teby arc at Blythevllle Hospital. J'l'he baby, who lias been named Mary Louise, Is the first daughter of the Edwards who have three sons. At The Hospitals Blvthrvillo Ilosiiit.il Admitted: Sandra Ynles, city. Marvin Sites, city. Mrs. w. II. Fisher, city. Mrs. T. J. Uarnes. city. Loy H. Welch, city. EDrlc'J. party foods with cocu c<y s. • Dismissed: . | Mrs. Lee Morris, Luxora. Walls llu.splt-.il Admitted: Mrs. Byron Weaver, Stccle, Mo. Joseph Jones, HI. 2, city. Joe Coleman, Holland, Mo. Inez llenson, llermoiHinlc', MM. June Carolyn l-Yerman, city. Mrs. Jack Atkinson, lit. I. cily. Jlmmle Kcnnrll. Lcachvlllc. Herbert Nave, city. Mrs, Helen Travis, cily. j Born to Mr. and Mrs. .lark M.irsh, u, u , ..,.. la...,! ..»..««.... ,. city, a daughter last nluht. tended uy Mrs. Russell Slayncs Farr, 'Dismissed: Mrs,- Me'*ton Whltis, and 'Mrs. i Mrs. E. E. Hiuiyh and j-iny Worth D. Holder of Gainesville, I Hughes .Ark GR.,^ houscgiicst of her parents, i jj m mio Droydon, Suiilh i'..^.a,-,,r, Mr. ^and Mrs. Otis Sheplierri. Hijh fcore prize in the bridge gcniBs went to Mrs. Melvin Halscll, \\Hl^Mi5. Whltls receiving second hiidw award. The hostess served a salad course willit Iced drinks. Summer llowcr-j in vlyid hues were used to decorate Gufisls Attend Club Party Tuesday Night The presence of three quests added special interest to the pliri.y Ejivcn Tuesday night by Mrs, John II. McDonald for members of La Kcu\fp Club. The alfuir, nl the liome. of Mi's, McDonald's parents, Lieut-. Col. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford,' stn Eist Missouri, was al- Lonc Oak Club Meets With Mrs. Alexander The Lone Cuk Home Demon;Jra- llon club mot at the home of Mrs. Cilen Alexander, Monday and the business session wns conducted by Mrs. Tom Urlttaln. M|ss Cora Ice Colenuiii Kave the devotional and read George Washlnqlon's IM-ayer. Mrs. K. n. Davis led Hie Eicup In sii'.KiiiK. When Mis. J. O. Huey. seci'elnry, calif d the roll, the '21 present an- sverrd bv nivlnq timely hints on canning. Mrs, Tom Rritlalii nave a demons! I'jil ion on rulllni; hens, for CKK production. Mrs. J. W. r'lelds trru'e i]]strucllon on brining and HiiikliiK I'licumber pickles. 'I lie dub Inul two visitor.) at the mceling. They were Mrs. Essie Davis and Mrs. H. H. Storey. In the coldest. "How Well Do Yc.ii Know Your Home." Mrs. J. W. c'ds. made lituhcsl score. The hos- M;. asslslcd by Mr.s. Kssle Davis ul llnnnlp Lynn Alexander, scrv- 1 a satad plate and Iced tea, The •xt meeting will be held at the ime of Mis. Harve Baldridi;c. Bits of News Mostly; Personal the entertaining rooms. Music Committee Plans Program for New Season Music, lo be presented In the. 19-16-47 season by the Blytheville Cbofid Society, was planned last niglrf In a meeting of the Music! Committee at the home of Mr. and Mrs.-;Dalloii C. Fowlston, 809 Clilck- MumbcMs of this committee are: Mrs: Wilson Henry, chairman;' Cieorgc Hubbarri Jr., Mrs. George .M. Lee and Mrs. Fowlston. Tjie complete program lor Ihe £c.i2(in will be announced in September when the group renews its activities. Kr'ueshmcnls of n dessert cours; were? served. Calif. Jllanita Taylor. Hornersvllle, Mo. E. J. Smith, city. Mrs. II. G. Poti'cte, Luxora. Marvin GofT. lint•nersvlllc. Mo. Mariunn Hobinson. city. Memphis Baptist Ilusiiilal Admitted: G. I,. FlanUKim, l.uxora. Memphis St. Ji)sc|ih HiLSiiil:il Admitted: Mrs. Ha/.el Jackson, -Caruther.-i- \illc, Mo. Memphis Mrthixlisl II<is|iil;il Admitted: Mrs. Paul Fullcrlnn, Sleele, Mo. FCC Hears Plea To Move KTHS Nearer Memphis WASHINGTON, June a?. (Ul'l- Kenneth Kcllum, manai;ci' ol dip station KTrlH. not ypi Aik.. siiid y;Mcnlay lli.it sunvy show K public need for ailot^c station In the Memphis. Teiin.. art-a Kellum tcslilli'd at a l-'eik-n Communications Commission hoar ing on Hie application of KTHS I' step up Its power' and move- t West Memphis, Ai'k. Opjwneiil of the move liold tbnl Arkansas : a whole will not get maximum In 1 :) cllt from the station il it is e.» tablislietl on the extreme custom border of the state. Memphis now bas four stations. Jchn D. Ewlns, pvincipnl owner "f KTHS, has also aske;l niithorlly vjs. LaGronne Whittle, hostess, .to build another stnlinn in H" plaiiticd the affair of a plcidc ^i-riiifs to replace KTHS il it suppsr at Cralgheart Forest Park | should move near Jonesboro, to where the nine •ncifa'rcd. Lea\in« her in the mid-afternoon. the-group sui prised Mrs. Bagfclt ai, sciiooi and then went to the ; n.icfcr supper and recreation .Mrs. 33s;gcU was presented n cake set. Mrs. Baggetl Honored By'-: Her Birthday Club j Mrs. C- S. Baeuett. a student i\t the ifiummer session of Arkansas Elate College. Jonesboro, WHS com- pilntpnted yesterday when other members of the C. and N. Birth - d:iiC Club 'surprised her with on affair, in celebration ol her birth- Ivlc mill fraternal or(;ni>i»itia;is i (he Memphis area had told him nit they would be ylad to liuve lore time on (lie air. 'Iceberg' Leadet Mrs. c. P. Hart, of Memphis, Is expected to arrive here cither la to today or tomorrow to lie with her mother. Mrs. J. K. McFall, 203 Lake, Mrs. Hart, (he former Miss Alice Jo McKall, Is recuperating irom "n operation which .she ivccnl! 1 .' underwent nt Memphis MeHiodist Hospital. Miss Bobble Joan Perry of IIoul- i, Miss., Is KUCSI of her cousins, Iva and Ruth Seay, South T'.i'i-nty- Mrsl Street. , Ann Seay, daughter of Mr. mul Mrs. T.- I. Seay. South Twenty- first .street. Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Chester Vcrnon, ami Mr. Vernon, In We.si Memphis. Miss Routh Kcay has returned from two weeks spent !n Hcudka, Ml.ss., where she visited her prann- mothcr. ' I Mrs. T. J. Barnes, whose bus- f banVl operates , tlic City Conch f Mnes, is undergoing routine tit it nicnl at niytlicville Hospilal. Her < condition Is sullsfaclory. Lay It. Welch, local cotton nier- , chiMit, is undergoing routine tn il- ment at Blytheville Hospital. Ills coiidlllon Is satlsfaclory. Mrs. Helen Travis, 160-1 West Main, hits tiecii admllted to Wall-, Hospital for treatmcnl. Her C'JP- diiion is not believed serious Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp, nil) West Walnut, have as their nuesl lids week, their granddaughter. Marllm Frances Arcmls ,,f c:hnr- leslon. Mo. ahe was accompanied lieic Sunday by her parents. Mr. and Mis. John Areml.s. \vlio con- llniied a (rip |,, the Gulf crmsl of Mississippi and who will roll irn here during the wcckcii.l for tlieir daughter. Lieut, and Mrs. Cinr- Ilanicu and I.lciilcnant lliii-RRlfs mollier. Mrs. Kdna Hires. 201 West Chcrrv! spent today in Mcmppins. 'i hrv were !« | )c nccoinpntiled hnme bv Ml.ss Ann Cage! or Memphis, who will leave tomorrow with Mix Hires, she is going to K;IUM>S city to visit and Mrs. Hires vili go lo Warren. Ohio, to |,, ; W ni, her dallgliler. Mr.s. Hobrri I be formrr Miss ncllv Ihere. His wife plunfi to join iilm later. Max Gill of Detroit, Mich., s|x?nl Tuesday night here willi his par- ruts. Mr. and Mrs, L. o. Gill. 411 North, sixth. |[o \vns en route lo Tucson,. Aria., where he plun-i lo CKlaljIlslt Ills IUUMC. Mis. IClliei Driver, a fraternity house "mother" at University of Ail:nns;is, Fayettcvlllc, | s guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Baker L. Wilson and family fur a brief stay. She came last niKlit with Mr. and Mrs. Wil.wn and .son, Billy Kldredgc, from C':M-< ol:i win-re .she has been visiting Mi's. .Spencer Driver. Miss Nancy Ilnghe.s, 020 West Main, is attending Die Summcrses- Kion at Southwestern College, iViniphis. where .she is a senior. Ifoss Dillon Hughes Jr., has arrived home irom University of Tex- jiis. AuMin. to spend ihe Summer willi his ]>arenls, Mr. raid Mrs. Iliighis, 9^1) West Main. Corning Events FRIDAY Kxmitivi" liiiard o; Woman's Missionary Hocli-ly of First naptist Church ii.i'fllug with Mrs. E. C. Hi-own, 2::iO p.m. Mrs. H. A. Copeland entertains cue club. Lodges Protest " 1 In the Probate <:ourt (or the Chick- iMULwba District, ML<»i»l!»slppi G'uuu* ty, Ark. In the nutter of the Estate of Simon P. 1-rr, Ueceaied. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given that letter.? of Administration were ^milted U) tile undersigned upon the Estate of Simon P. Lee, deceased, on the 31 day of May 1M6 by Hie Probate Court for the Chlckasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. All IJcrsons having claims or demands against said estate must present tbi-m duly iiutliciit^catcd, to the under- xliincd for allowance before the end of one year from the day of grantlnu of said letters. II not so presented ; within such lime, they v.'lll be forever barred; and those claims presented within six months from the date of said letters will have prlo.-- Ity over those after lapse of such six months. Dated this the 14th day of June 1946. C. G. SMITH Administrator of the Estate of Simon P. Lee, Deceased. Seaman Suffers Injury In Accident on Guam Harvey B. Eaton, 18, seaman first class of the Navy, was Inured In n truck accident June 8 In Ouiun, whcic stationed, n Red Cross worker has informed lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. EaLon, South Elm street. Included in • those present out. An opposition orBBnizalion. Hie Hot Spri:iKs Broadcasting Co., has iiiiplli-d !oi' the KTHS Ircqueiicv and proposos to build a 50 kilowatt Elation there. Leo P. McLaiiglilin of Hot Rp'lngs Is president of the orean- izatton and .C E. Palmer, newspaper publisher. Is vice president. n HE> member, Mrs. Charles Lutes. Kellum testified that leaders in ~ Barbed Wire Buddies Cornell- J C Dcinpsi-y, USN, abo^'e. ol Mystic. Conn., will probably have charge ot the "tininc:i pig" Heel of four U S submarines thai will conduct "Operation Iceberg" — un. experimental run through the Bering Shait, the ice-choked Chuk- chi Sea and Ihe Arctic Ocean to the great polar ice puck. $10,000 HOME WANTED Will l'ay Around SIO.OIW for a Desirably Located Conveniently Arranged Modern five or six- Koom Hcsidenec, O r Will Consider House in Good Location which Can Be Remodeled. 1'honc 2«50. Walter Al. Harrison, ex-Army I,t. Colonel, who charged. In :i loiter to (imernl Wnllcr Krneyer. Sixth Army cimnnundeL 1 in ih(; philip- phi" emnpijyii, Mini he had been ';'sliiiu^h::i<'d " ;is a menial patient In ihe WJIli General Hospital in Manila, when he ntlviuiHcrt lo ex- l>p:-c poor i:anil:illon and lack ol .supervision. Harrison, for- -- Daily Oklahoma Citv .. mer managing etlitoy lvttu,. T , ' .ioin,),, and Olaoma Citv ™ J '^l'e. IJeutnmnt nar^rtl. al- %n^. published Ihe letler in the 1 mo N r- TO ' V ,""' Circ " is - I fi rsl lrailt ' " f l' is "<-«' weekly be seiil' i r- " c llc will ipnnul or Mews and Opinion in beiiLtu Germnm. f - ' r- Germnm. for serv.-e ' City. (Nen 1'huto.) Continuous Shows Every Day LISTEN TO KI.CN I): (Ml a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m Tliursriay and I'ridav From This Day Forward will; JIKUI FontuiTie anil I\I:trk Stevens r.ii;uiuniiit News Lincl Selected Sliorl Cumlng Sunn In the Rfti: 6AUATOGA TRUNK with Itigrln Bf,'n;"uinn ifc Gary Cooper It's Yacafp Time! Need More I luggage? A new veterans' orgnnlzolion wos born recently when a group of former war prisoners met al a gel-acquainted dinner in Milwaukee to launch the National Barbed Wire Club. Above. Rolicrl Seitz, left, of Milwaukee, who was a prisoner in Europe (or eight mc>;i;;>f, Is greeted through barbed wire decoration by Sidney White of Chicago, who put in 18 months in POW camps. 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Moose til's found ] Mlnnisota and Main Idaho, struck ed in m mcipally but bv untana, a nd X SATURDAY BAKERY SPECIALS Old Fashioned Apple Sauce Cake ON SALE SATURDAY ONLY j Sorry—Just J to o Customer HART'S BAKERY Blytheville Owned — Employing lilylhcvijle People Summer COTTONS Chick, Youthful , 1 and 2-Pieces • Smart Checks • Neat Stripes * Colorful Prints * Plain Colors up Fnsliion-frcsh new styles for Street and Aflcrruxm \vc;ir. Cool and lovely through summertime. Budget priced to save you dollars. Cleverly Styled Date Dresses • Perky Pcpiums • Huggcd-in Waistlines • Eyctcr Trims • Pretty Ruffles $12.95lo $24.50 Prelly t!|> for datc.s in Ilicse pretty eyc- calchinij die.sses. St> figure riattcrini; you'll wear them for p;srlic.s. dancinj;' . . . everywhere! See this sparkling ciillcctinn tomorrow. You'll like them! FEINBERGS FASHION SHOP 315 West Main St. Blytheville Ark.
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