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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 2, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1946 Mrs: M. Fitzsimmons 'Hostess to, Study Group Mrs. M. Hizslinmcns was hostess and Mrs. Albert Taylor, co-liosiess, WMS Business Meet Is Held Yesterday Jane Fletcher Wed To Jersey City Man The monthly business session of I '''he wedding of Miss Jane Flet- the Woman's Missionary Society or Study Group Council of First' bers oi the Woman's Christian church Mrs.- John Burnett had charge; of Ihe Mission Study course with' the topic "One Human.Race." Those participating were Mrs. Ben Hnr- pole, Mis. J. Cecil Lowe, Mis. James Terry,'; Mrs. J. C: Ellis nnd Mrs. Albert! Taylor. Tile .Worship Service, led by Mrs. George \v.-13arham. had the topic "Making God's New World Through Constancy." ..' A feature of the afternoon was li Negro spiritual sung by Mm. W. Ui Ccbb, Mrs\. James Terry and- Mrs. John C: McHnriey. Mrs. Lose accompanied. During the-social' hour, the retiring president, Mrs.' Bills, wns presented a unique package in Hie form of three. firecrackers, sywbol- ic of Indepenclelice Day. Inside'the. contalhcrs were Victory bonds, to b* used as funds for chimes of the new church, given by the Council. Mrs'; Russell Barhain presided nt .the business"session. YWA^lVKeting Held Miss Mary Glenda Rowland \vas hostess and her .sister, Mis: Dorothy. night at,, their home at. BlytheyiUe Army Air Field to members ot the Young Woman's Association of lirst Baptist; Church. Miss Doris Adalr was in charge of, the, program, on which nil members attending participated. 'Refreshments of cookies beverages were served. Mrs. Green Hostess To Altar Society Mrs. Karl S. Green was Hostess last night' at her. home on Highway 61 South, to members ol the Altar Society of the 'Church ol the Immaculate •Conception. Plans were made for Ihe monthly 1 bingo games. The Rev.- PrancesMsDevitt opened ' and closed the session with Drayer. Refreshments were served. Baptist Women Meet For Program, Business Mrs. S D MeGee led the Royal Service program presented nt the Woman's Missionary, Society of Calvary Baptist ChujKh meeting at ihe home of Mrs. Raymond Belknip, 1700 West Main. Mrs. Andrew Copley gave the devotional, taken from •' Miclinel, cher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. p. Mrs. J. P. McDonough of Jersey City, N. J,, was solemnized June 14 Uic Catholic yesterday afternoon at the Fitzslm-' First Baptist Church wns Uc!d yes- inons home, 911 West Ash, to mem-, lerdny afternoon at the church, of the Mission president, Mrs. H. H.' Brooks." with •epeatlng the watchword and stng-|aL the Kectoiy of as the WMU hymn. A prayer wus Church In Weiner. led by Mrs. Ebb Carson. I The Hev. O. P. nntleibech ofll- Recommendatlons made by the elated at Hie double ring ceremony executive board were unproved by] In tilt prest'iice of friends niul rel- "ic group. allves of tlic couple. Several members rend current event articles and for the devo- Honnl, there was responsive read- Ing. Miss Cordelia Wilhite dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Wilfo.'d Conducts Devotional At Meeting Mrs. S. B. Wilford conclitclcd the devotional last night nl the meet- Ing of the Wesleyiin Guild of First Methodist Church at the church. In (lie business session, plans were discussed for the district meeting to be hckl here in July. Guests were Mrs. W. A. Stick- inon, Mrs. K. K. Hnnlln and Mrs, Walter Heard of Newport, house- EUCst of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. S. Branson. Iced watermelon was served. Nikki Hooper Honored With Birthday Party Nikkl Mac Hooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Hooper, wns four years old Saturday and the occasion \vas celebrated with a party given bv her mother. Six friends gathered ill the HOoP. er home, 132 East Sycamore, where | games were played and rc'resh- , ments served. Each child was given favors of balloons and "clouble- bubble" gum. The group also played gimcs ni Walker Park. Mrs. Hooper wns assisted by Mrs, A. b. Mayo. Miss Sue Fletcher wns her sister's maid of honor. A. O. liulibard. of . . Tucket-man, served Capluln McDonough as test man. Following the ceremony, a reception wns held nt the home of the bride's parents. Miss Ann Whitworth of Gennnnfown, Temi., presided nt the bride's tnble. They will make their home In Manila, where Die bridegroom will hi; manager of Knxtern Airlines office. Leon Sullivan Marries Louisville, Ky., Girl Announcement has hcon mrule or the marriage of Kttthcrln: Jett McCitwley, diiuulilcr nf Mrr.. Cii-orgc McCuwley of Louisville, Kv.. to Leon Sullivan jr., .son of LCOM Sullivan of Osccoia. The wedding wus solri>inlx.:d Ju 1H at the fa't. FmnJls of As Church In i»ulsvlll?. with the Hev. iobcrt E. Cnnty offlclntliii:. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shlndlcr o: Newburgh, Ind,. were the hrld= mil bridegroom's nttendants. Following :i vveddini; trip, Mrs. Sullivan went to St. lionls, where she is an instructor In English nt St. Francis Xnvler College. Sim will join Mr. Sullivan In Osceolu n September to make her home. Mrs. Sullivan attended school la Lltchfield, III., and taught in schools in Louisville prior In going to Sc. Louis. Mr. Sullivan is a velcrnu of World War II and attendee school in Osccoln. O. S. Crowd Is Move luto New Home on Main Mr. imd Mrs, O. S. Crowell and Hull live year old daughter have moved into their home at 1025 from Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Her- •ick. Mr. Crowell has accepted n posl- lun with A. II .Wetcnkamp cotton Jo., where employed before the war. While the ccmpfmy was Inactive LurhiK the war, he Was connected \vjlh tin: Jones-Heal Cotlon CTJiii- pnny of Memphis, where the turn- ly resided. 'Ihe Horricks have moved to Col. Ol'iUll). At The Hospitals Illythevlllc Hospital Admitted: Mary Riiffin, Dell. llustcr Owens, city. Mrs. I). E. Busby, city. Mrs. T. H. Walls, Slvulc, Mo. Di.snilu.scd: livin Brnsfleld, city. Mrs. T. J. Barnes, city. Walls Hospital Admillcd: Mrs. James Shclton, Brag dodo, Mo. k. Moore, Steele, Mo, UHlle Jean Holmes, Ht. Jaunice Ford Wed To Charles Black Miss Junnice Ford, of Luxni'n, became the bride oi Charles Black, of Blythcvtlle, in n c'crcmony Saturday morning at tlic home of the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of First Baptist Church. The Hev. Mr. Brown officiated. Mi. and Mrs. Black will make their home at Blylheville Army Air Shu attended BurdcUc School and he is a veteran of 42 months service in the Navy, luu'ini; held the grade of acrogiaphcr's mate, second class War Brides From Other Lands Move to Mississippi County Mao Windhitin, lit. a, Joan Meudnws. Osborn, city. city. city. Cl:n Linda Jean Mcadnws, city. J. W. IHsisscd Mrs. James Miller, city. Mrs. Jack Marsh and daughter, city. Carl Paul. city. Virginia Payne, nt. :i, city. J. C. Crlncr, city, Memphis llaplist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. if. E. Long, city. • •-• Memphis Methodi-st Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Charles Hampton, osceola. Mrs. C. C. Cannon, Osccoln. AdiulUcd: Memphis S(. Joseph Hospital Mrs. John Lltllc, Osccoln. Adding variety during the past year In the mixture O f the "melt- lilt; pot of the world" have been war tridss from various sections ol the wcrld. Mississippi county is trie new home for brides representing btoh English and French speaking peoples In other countries. Tile first war bride to arrive in I31ythuvl!!e was Mrs. Lawrence Stabbs of Alaska. Mrs. Houston Hotter and daughter. Huby, joined her husband in I.eac-hvllle alter making the long trip from PuUrs- boiough. England. . The first British war bride arriving In North Mississippi County v,as Mrs. Zera Marvin McGhec, \vho now lives with her husband ut Vhcir home In Sandy Hidge Community, three miles South of lUytlie- viile. Coming shortly afterward were Mrs. S. T. Ilardln and son, S. T. III. Now living r.t 700 West Walnut, the Hardins met and married while both wen.' In the Army serving in England. Her home wus in Australia before she went to England. Jack Taylor's bride Is a P:ench Birl from Oran, Alberta, whom he met and married while statlonc'l there. Another Blythevllle war bride was Mrs. Alfred Bready, she has cone witli her husband to Chicago, where he is n member of n band. Her home was in New Zealand. Mrs. John Leo Turner, of Dell, lived in New Zealand bi-l'ore NOTICE: OF GRANTING OF 1.1QIIOK I'KKMIT Notice Is hereby given that the, Commissioner of Revenues of the! State of Arkansas has issued a per, I mil. No. 187 to Elmer Hall to sell and dl.sixmsc vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage itl retail on the premises described as 124 East Main Street. Blythevillc. Tills permit issued on the 1st day of July, 191G \nd expires on the 30 day of June. 1947. Elmer Hall Permittee. 7|2-9 coming to be with her American l>u*b;md. Mrs. James Leroy Harbour came lo Ulythovillc I rum Australia to Join her husband. They later movi-d in Holland. Mo., where his parents 'make their home, Also representing Australia Is M;-s. Leonard Adams of Lcachvifle ^Irs. Sam Haggard is :> Scottish lass who married her husband while he was In England, stationed in Norwich. They first met when he- made n. trip to Edinburg, S"otland, whtic she lived. fourth .chapter; Matthew, 28th chapter, and/Acts. Mrs. Bclltnap had as her subject "Calling All Youth" and Mrs. Doyle Sanders discussed "Wisdom nnd Weapons of War;' 1 Mrs. Dec Weo- ster's topic was "Organizing Missionary Education" and Mrs. Vcr- non Boyd discussed "New Plans for Young People." "Shining For 60 Years" was the topic discussed by Mrs. P. H. Jernigan and "Training World Missionaries" was Mrs. John Holmes' subject. Mrs. Jernigan, 1 president, conducted the.- business session. f ,. Prayers .during the nil-day meet were -led by Mrs. Holn'-ss. Mis. Sanders, Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. McG«s, Mrs. Jernigan and Mrs. Conley. A luncheon.was served. Mrs. Graves Honored With Family Party i Because Sunday was the birthday of Mrs. C. p. Graves, members of her family "gathered at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Graves, 1601 Hearn, for an al fresco party. Mr. and;Mrs. C. R Graves entertained 14 relatives which included Mr and Mrs. Joe Applebaum and •laughter, Pearl Ann, of Osceola. Supper was served nt B o'clock and later those present of the five sons and two daughters of Mr. ancl Mrs. O. O. Graves enjoyed a reunion. radio station, is also a short slury writer. He sold his most recent story, "Destiny Plus" lo the New Yorker ninfjazinc. • • • Men's Club Will Meet A meeting of Ihe Promised Lnml Methodist Church Men's ciub",»*U tc he'd \Vctlncsrtny night at the cluirch, with tx supper to be served at 1:30 o'clock. Th: meal will I served by members of the Womans Society ol Christian Service. Mrs. Alma McClannahdn Dies in Chaffce, Mo. Guy Burks, daughter, Miss Billlo Sue Burks, and Gordon Harris, have returned trom Cape Ohnwlfmi, Mo., where they attended the funeriil services yesterday of Mrs. Alma 13. McClnnnahun of chaffce, Md.' Mrs. McClnnmihan, who had liv- rfucntly visited her brother, 5. li. Nation of Huytl, Mo., when iic made his home in Blythevillc, fiicU Saturday. Funeral services were ni Hamrji Funeral Home in Cnpc Giv- ardeaii and burial followed at Oftpc County Memorial park. Mrs. Endcrlin's Father Dies in Home in Searcy Mrs. J. Albeit Enderlin wns call- id to Ecni'cy today because of tlw leath of her futher, ,r. 13. Ponder, 'ho died suddenly during last night. She was accompanied by Mr. En- lerlln, printing manager ol Morris ''rinting Co., who will return Im- nedlatcly nftcr Ihe funeral, cx- Jeeted to be held tomorrow. Airs. Snderlln plans to remain for a long, er slay with a sister and brother who reside there. Mr. I'onder, a native or Texas, ins operated his business in Senvcy i number of years. Kroger Stores Re-employ Returning Servicemen CINCINNATI, O., July 2.— Approximately -10 |>cr cent of all regular employees of The Kroger- Co.- servctl ill (he armed forces during the war, Joseph B. Hnll, Kroger president, revealed In his semiannual report released to share- inldors this week. He added thnt most of the 7,500 Kroner veterans who have been on uilltavy leave of absence have ue.en •clcnscd from the service and more than 75 por cent of them, arc back • the company. * ""• Mrs. Fred Rutherford hostess to Town atxl Country Bridge Cluu. Coming Events Meetings American Legion Auxiliary meeting tonight, 8 o'clock, at The Hut, for election of officers. Do you suffer FSMMtC PAM? Tills grcnt inccllctnc! Is famous lo relieve pain, nervous dlstrcsa antl weak, cranky. 'tln\B«C(l out' (ccl- liiBS. of such days— when due to female funcllonnl monthly disturbances. Also Hue sloinnchlc tonlcl Notice of Closing Our Store Will Be Closed . . . Wednesday Noon for the balance of this week. Re-open Monday, July 8th New York Store PcBlTflll Stuff BOSTON (UP>— -Leslie E. Or-nni- son, 80, formerly nn ilincrunt printer, recalls tlint in the days of the Clcl West barrnoins featured a potent beverage called "Forty Roi! Whisky"—so named "Ijcr.msc it would kill at thai distance." RcpnrtliiK sales of$236,415.l5!> and net income of $4,193,7.11 for the first 24 weeks of 111 1C, Mr., Hall pointed out lhat this amounts to loss than two cents return oil each dollar of sales. * Average number of Krogev stores operated in midwest and southern slates diirlii)! tliu first half of 1946 wns 2,101. a decrease of 143 from the shine period a year ago. ' FIREWORKS Crispy Cold Fruits Vegetables, Watermelons Grocery Market "J I MM IE" PARKS Quality Cleaners Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Service * Phone 3555 _;__ '".'•-,'•:*•. for Kt-lter . Cloning-Pressing <J2S Wesl Ash CARTERS 02(! North (ill, Open 7 Days a Street Week Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One cull lo us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. I^FLOWER SHOP r.l'JJ. Service »l Mr*, i. M. <Macl We I>eUT«r Anywhora FOR QUICK CLEARANCE Children's Play Sandals Your Choice of Colors Regular $1.68 to $2.65 Values Sires to 3. We're going to clear'them out at Per Pair Women's Leather Huaraches In rich Mexican colors. Made of pleated genuine leather. Ideal for Beach and sports wear. Special Clearance Price Pair Fairgrounds Klythevillt!, Ark. Gigantic 4th of July Celebration Two GREAT SHOWS 2:30 p.m. & 8: p.m. Gates Open 1:00 p. m. — (!:()(> p. m. Phone 2562 226 West Main St. Featuring In 1'crson WSM GRAND OLD OPRY wifh BILL MONROE and His Blue Grass Boys ROD BRASFIELD "TclliT of T:>ll SPEEDY McNATT World's Champion Fiddler aiul His Cumberland Mountain Hoys _ 30 Stars 30 of Radio, Slagc nnd Screen GUAKANTKK!) To ho the liiggcsl and Jtesl Attraction Ever to I'liiy IHythcvillc _ Buy Advance Tickets NOW Admission Advance Adults— fiOc Children— 30c Adm. at Gate GOc & 90c Fed. Tax Inc. Tlckels on Sale at OWENS DRUG STORE Free r.trklng — No Seals ...... Reserved for the Young Miss All White Elk Strap Sandal Sixes 12 to :i only SJ.OU "M" Width . ft • l,IMITi:i> STOCK • NO MAIL ORDERS Matinees Sat. Si San. Only Box Office Opens G:I5 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. Tuesday K Wednesday DOUTSI.K FHATUKK Come Out Fighting wilh Unst Side Kills River Boat m will! 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In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MOHEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vice-President PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas Are You Searching for the Secret of More Lasting Loveliness? Consufl Miss Fayh D. Cannon Factory Representative of DKRiMETICH Tuesday or Wednesday July 2nd or 3rd at THE BEAUTY BAR GLENCOE HOTEL BUILDING Air Condition.^ for Your Comfort Call ,-!202 for Appointment Make 1>KKMKTICS Your Program for New Complexion Loveliness. CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studebaker Service WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS L« ChamWin Bil , chamblin Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash SI*. Join the Ark. Automobile Club and enjoy it's many benefits YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20 ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. VanPatten Your Safes Representative 418 S. T-akc St. Residence Phone 2109

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