The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 8, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 8, 1946
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<ARK.) COURIER NEWS Osceola Club Woman Placed On Important DAR Committee ,, Wed s(ftrHUgfe • i «• v i In » coronony Saturday after- fjoon 4t th« Kret Christian Church, Mrs poroUiy M Shannon rscatBe i jaf bride pf Russell James Hodge ,, } The* Rev R 'Scott Balrd, iw-tor, • 3fflcJ«4ed , I •» i Th«. bride wore a tv,o ; pieo".while pique{dreas,.with a corsage of pink' , ro«es »Her accessories were in blick f , And *WU"»»d-sh« 'carried a white 1 'ace Handkerchief I Miss Eprlly WUson cousin 01 the WM maid of honor She woie >-Jlk<»,-rcd and uhlte linen •with * corsage of white cnr- natforg Her accessories RPU In | Erne«£ | Parker »as Mr Hodges pest man i 1 Folljjjflng the ceremony, Miss t grotto? Jean Higgioson cntert lined ,»lth an Informal reception lor tlic vedding party at tjie hpme or her oar*n|f, Mr s and Mrs W C Hi?- ^InsoiV 1^13 West phicknsnwba She was afsisted by ner parents ' The* home was decoratcjl with bouquets of roses and other Summer flowers . Imnfediately afterward Mr an A Mrs }£odge left foi Memphis to spends* brief wedding trip j Mrs^ Hodge, daughter of Mr and Mrs £A McKay of Blythe\llle Aim> Air Field, was graduated fio-rj Burdette High School and attended (Jhillicothe Business, College, Chilhcpthe, Mo She Is emplo\ed ihere Of senior stenographer at the [United States Kmplojment S nice ° ff >?'. •The, bridegroom attended school In St. loots, where he foimeilj made'his h6me A veteran of thr<-e years "service 'in the Coast Gun id, he was In officers training at t'ic t Coastguard Academj in Ne& Lon- rdon, Conn, at the time of his dls- j charge, He Is emplojed at KLCH RadicwStafion as announcer Bits of News Mostly^ Personal jGranc] Matrorj Honored jWith Luncheon Saturday Mrs ! Qus Eberdt * entertained S-Uurdny with a luncheon complimenting Mrs Therese N Scott of Fort Smith, grand matron of tne ; Order, of »*«•'Xastfern Star f ^The Eberdt home 1113 Henrn was djSQjr^ted^.with bouquets of garden flowers accented with gladioli Each of the fi^e tables \\hoie guest* were served had a ceuteipiece of svffl peas , , , Guests jnj^ded Mrs Frances Bogan (^ L1iw*a/O IE S past grand matron. Mrs Katherlne,Green of Manila, Sfeputy grand-lecturer, nnd I Mrs JM"^* Wrbnt'.f terand^repre- sentative ol New York Mrs Eberdt was assisted by Mrs W A, SHckmon and Mrs T J. J - JO ' * Rusfells' Son Named The* son born to Mr and Mi L ° R> *?St^ ne u29 at* Walls Hos^ pital hasTj«erI named Lloyd Jr They are parents of n di'vight") Sandra I««,.32 months old • Mri Russell Is the former Miss 1 'June,Robcsoiv. > r Mr. nnd Mrs. Oils Eberdt, 1113 Henrn, had as their g lies Is Friday Mrs. Thcicse N. Scott or Foil'SmfUi and Mrs. Kullicrinc Green of Manila. Mrs. scoll Is Wbrllij- Grand Matron o[ the Order of tile En/tern St*r nnd Mrs. Green, Deputy Grami Lecturer of the 15th District, Q.E.S. Mr. anil Mrs. Franklin Wartii and children, Ann Frunkltn nnu Luclen, are spending two weeks* in Hot Springs. iJessce stilt, manager of Hotel Noble;.. Walter Anders, clerk, and Miss 7.aria Smith, also employee! there, have returned from Monticello, where they attended a IWOT dny meellng of Arkansas Grcelers. They were gucsls nt several social nffalrs' while there. Mr. (nut Mrs. J. B. O'Sliea nnil son, Johnny, of Tnllulah, Iji., are the guests of her mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Uclwnrds, in East Mis- spur!, for 10 days. ,Di p . nnd Mrs. J. E. Dcnsley. 1217 West Chlckasiuvbn, »nd Mr. anil Mrs. J. Farrls McCnlln, 001 North Sixth, are spending four days In New Orleans, While there, Dr. Bensley will take brief Instructions in a special course. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hnynos nnd son, Jeffrey Guy, of Corpus Chrlsll. Texas, were weekend guests of Miss Bertye Snydcr. Mr. and Mrs. LeUoy Huddlcston and two children. Martha and Lu- noy, 1520 Chickiisnwba, are upending a vacntion in Estes Park, Colo., and other points of Interest In Colorado. They were accompanied by Miss Vannye Whllley; ' Miss Rachel Cleveland of St. Louis is the guest of her parents, Mr.• aiul'Mrs.- J. M. Cleveland; 327 Laclede. Miss Cleveland Is employed in the Insurance.department of the Veterans' Administration Headquarters 1 :. In St. Louis. : • Mrs. Bonnie Wheeler Atkins' urd Mrs. Elsa Wheeler are spending nn elfilit-day vacntion In New York City. Mrs. Gallic Sailing of Bethel, Mo ' nnd Olan Sailing of Chicago, .ir- rivcd Saturday afternoon tc te -Hie guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlilnrd Hll- bert and family. Mrs. Sailing is Mrs Hubert's mother and Mr. Salllni' her brother. Mr. ;nnd Mrs. William M. Wc&sler nd daughter of Hollowayvillc III nd the Rev. W. M. Wesslcr Jr., nnd amily of Alton, 111., were the wcnk- odf Riicsts-of Mis.- A.-F. Dietrich it her, home In Pride Subdivision Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wade, 222 East 3avls. have! ns their guests her mother,.Mrs. W. D. McCarthy and Arthur Wade, both of Guntown. Miss.: and their uon. John Oanlel Wade, pharmacist third class, stationed at Qreat Loketi.'Ill. Mrs. Margurc't Flnnagim wa« stricken with l>aralysls yesterday ul her home with her sister. K'irs. Marcus Evrard, and famllv, Highway Cl North. Her condition todjy Is very crllicui. She -s at iJlytlic- vllle Hospitnl, Mrs. Lillian Thomas, 314 North Ejxth, who suffered a heart nttnck nbout a week ago. has gone to her lonner home. Grenada, Miss., roi several weeks stay while recuperating, she is Improved. Louis Lynch, E on of Mr. find Mrs. B. A. Lynch. 1115 West. Miiln, underwent an emergency nppGtutt- pltls operation Snlurdny aflcrnoOn nt Wnlls Hospital after having been stricken earlier In (ho day. ilia, can- (iltioii is very sniisfnctory. Mr. and Mrs. I!. A. Lynch Jr., of St. Louis, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, HID West Main. They came In their new airplane. Mrs. James Brooks Caclunn will leave tomorrow to return to Irsr home In Si. I.ouls after having spent the' pnst severnl dnys hcl'<! with her mother, Mrs. cteorec I.. Mulr, and family, 20!> East Uavl.5. She is the former Miss borls Mulr. George L. Mulr is spending two weeks on business and visiting relatives at other po|nls, In Omaha, Ncbr., he will be the guest of his Ills sister, Mrs. Marlon J. MosK'V, and In Fulton, Mo., he will visit another sister, Mrs. Wnylnnd Jamison. He plans to go to Chicago ami St. Paul, Minn., on business, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips.nn-1 family, 1000 West c'hlckasawlxi, have as their guest her slslcr, Mrs Pftttl Knight of Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Phillips, her housegiiest, son, Russell Jr.. and Mrs. O. W. Mc- Cutchpn will go tomorrow to Hardy to spend a week. Stan Cooper lias returned to his ionic In Mount Vernon, 111., utter spending six weeks with his condi), Perry nothrock, ami his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry C. Huthi'ock 117 East Kentucky. Mrs. Wyatt Henley, 1315 W. Mt:ln, has had as her guests for the past several days her dnugh- At The Hospitals . "{ Meetings 1 * n -. Circle Four^ot the Woman's Au\- Uiaryiof First Presbyterian Church mcet^ tonight ot the ho me of Mrs SUPREME COLO WAVE ' with Kurlium lilMhcville Hospital Admitted: Willie Stewart, Luxora. W. O. Goblc, city. Mrs. Hit-hard Dates, Manila. Mrs. Margnrcl Flanagan, city. .Jnmrs O'Hannon, city. Dismissed: T. O. Foe, city. Mrs O. B. Moore, city. Mrs. Eutran Hcnson and baby, Huffman. Mrs. 11. Ii. Kelly, Tomato. Mrs. W. H. Pishcr, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: i I.ouls Lynch, city. J. II. Little, Holland, Mo. Earl Huys, Stccle, Mo. Marlhn young, Luxora. Mr.s. Bill Cable, city. Mrs- .Icmes Miller, city. porn to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Autry. Holland, Mo., a daughter yesterday. Dismissed: Claude Mnyfield, Osceola. Jerry Hodge, clly. W. O. Kearney, Cooter, Mo. C. A, Brown, Sleclc, Mo. Mrs. Maggie Lee Hosklns, Luxora. • • Memphis Methodist Hospital Admlltcd: Charles Ralph, Joiner. Mrs, John W. Edrington of O>- ceola, outstanding club woman of Mississippi County, has teen appointed to n special National Committee of the. United Daughters of the • American Revolution. •i'he appointment, to the National Valley Forge Tower Committee, was made by Mrs. Julius Young Ta!- riYidge, president general of the National Society, D. A. R. Arkansas Is singularly honored In having a member on this s'jeclal committee, It has been pointed out ay the national group. This Memorial Tower will houtc Ihe carillon of 48 bells, now hanging hi a condemned wooden structure. These tells represent every stat" of the union, each state having placed a bell there. These nrc played Oak Methodist Church, the rfev. R. 1-. Hunks, pastor, said l/xlay. Devotional services nnd work with >he young people will be led by Gale Anderson of McCormlck. The Rev. Mr. McLeMer ami Mr. Anderson wilt continue .their work with other churches followln" this meeting. An evangelistic meeltng will be held at Promised i,nnd Methodist Chinch from July la to July'28: at Flat I,nke Methodist "hurcli from July 2fl through Aug- TOO FAT? ttls vttMrin candy way Hftr* a more *l«pder, Rracc (ill fl \tn. No eietcisiiii:. No laxalivn Nodru«i, With the »inir>]c AVI > Vilamki Candy Kcduciua 1'la you don't ciil out Buy meats. •t4iehes,polalocs,menlaorbiJUcr. you tunutr cut. tttcm duwiu H's easier when you *njoy cklicioui (<fitam!a fortified) AYDS c.niul/ before meals Ab*o)ulely |u nukes. Cet SLIMMER . EM &•!•!• Ik*. •««•» !«• • *•• •••hi with AYDS VhMnln ' NUT npplT of AYI}S only I2.£3. If not ihllitliti'd 1th Mwlu. HON Kt HACK on very lint box. l-l,i,n« KIKBY BROS. DRUG STORE - Evangelistic Meetings Planned by Methodists , The Hcv. Rny L-. McLcslcr, pastor of Ynrhro-Prnmlscd' I,nn<l Clmrjje. will conduct mi cvnnaellstic meeting to begin tonight at I/me tcr. Mrs. Ashley HoddlcK, Mr. Hniitliek nnd their daughter, Jnnice, nil of Little Rock. Mr. llntklick returned home yesterday, nntl Mrs. Hnddlck and Janice rc- ini.incd for n longer visit. MVOKITE LAXATIVE or MIILIOIS FOMtlEIIS I We Have Them! . "Bobee Buoy" Bathers Gift Wrapping FREE tor's NO p Phone 23W ' 105 South Second each day nt C p.m.. when the hill* of Pennsylvania reverberate. to the national nnlhem and other patriotic songs. In the sjiot made' hallowed by Washington's saci IRoe and victory In the bloody war of American independence. Walls and iiuors of the tower will be covered with bronze platei given by loved ones who wlfji to honor their suns mid husbands of World Wars I and II. j Total cost of erection will bu $75,I 000 for this project started the first of the year. Members of the Daughters of (he American Hevolution. throughout the United Slates, and many oilier citizens already are showing much Interest In this addition to th» shiihc of the fiUher of our country, it'lias li^cn announced, MONDAY, JULY 8, .4946 pictures reveakr (he fracture. It Is expected sli., will be confined to Hie hospital Several weeks. 'Hie accident >in make necessary uostuoneimnt of her trip to California, v,hei e ' she spends much time. She had plan e reservations to leave July ij for a vacation there with the former Mrs. Ruth Bilscoc of Hlytoeville and oilier years. The city council has accepted a bid of $310,000 after rejecting la high offer of $150,000 In 1044. The value of building and site, has more than c TIME (o put your life i It's your fjtnlly It Will I'av ust 0; nt Yarbro Methodist Church from August 11 and continue approximately two weeks. Accident Delays Plans For Trip to California Mrs, W. B. Williams, 715 West Main, fractured her left shoulder In a fall nt her home Wednesday when she slipped on a rug. Removed to Willis Hospital, X-ray are holding him back.. CURLS W WAVES : IN 2 to3 HOURS : AT HOME ;';;; tff bndcst—ouchioeleu— t*ktt your *° >g * Col<1 c will last montfaf mr»iu««d to snuifj l a* ««r $15.00 ptoftt- l COLD WAVE or money . Ideal, too, for *»*, to h» ir . We in the Bell System were adding telephones at the rate of three million a year until shortages started getting worse. Now it's harder and harder for us to get materials for manufacturing and building. We aren't complaining for we are in the same boat as everyone else. But we thought you might like to know the supply situation on some of the biggest items in the telephone business. \ LEAD — There is a world shortage of it. Even when conditions here straighten out, it will be some time before adequate supplies are available. ' COPPER—It is in great demand but • we shall probably have adequate supplies when the smelting, refining, and fabricating plants get going. TEXTILES.—A serious shortage ex• ists'in cotton and synthetic yarns and fabrics. • STEEL-rStrikes in steel and coal industries have affected the supply in the face of unprecedented demand. RUBBER — Synthetics are in fair supply, but natural rubber is on government allocation. LUMBER — It is scarce, due to both' unusual demand and dislocation of the lumber trade. BRASS MILL PRODUCTS—These are used in telephone central office switches and other equipment. Supply will be short until disturbed conditions in the copper industry are settled, permitting brass mills to get back to full-scale production. It's a tough situation, but we aren't giving up, any more than you have given up trying to get butter or sugar or shirts. We're doing the best we can with what we've got and hoping these disturbed conditions will end,, so that we can really go full speed ahead. From HARRY FRITZIUS! this Week's 'Pertinent Question' FRITZIUS WEEKLY SPECIALS 1. Good assortment (if"PIELOGRKST solid color and , white towels. Guest si/.e (o ex Ira Inrse and heavy hath si/e. Price not uppod—starting'at, each (i,2<: ,2..During the past month we have received almost '• 1000 FIJCLDCKEST Hhinkets—and three-fourths of them have already heen sold. This week—Sheet Klankcts §2 GG 1'into Indian lihmkets ]" §2 5fj 'i . 5^ ^Vi«)l, Satin hound Double 'Hlankets, pair Sil i»8 Mar-Hii.v—World's most beautiful Blanket—individually lM>xcd. Keversihle colors. §8.75 val S5 05 ,' 3. l''IBM)CKEST Fine'I,ace i'imncls ... " S2i"l'> - t. KIKLDCKKST Toweling, per yard ..'.". .' 2))c FRITZIUS :2017 W. Main "Always Something New" Phone 3457 he old city hall of Evanston. III., niblcd within two isurance in order, best protection. You to Call Jack W. Powell Insurance Counsellor fllississippi County Representative [ !*.SU FtA NiCE ' Dancing Every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Music i>y r*uke Doyle Lee and his 7-Piccc Rand For Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES Phone 3804 or Write Box 604 Blytheville, Ark. National Life was one of tlic FIRST companies to introduce the yeneral practice of payinjc a cash value on surrimrlcrcil policies. I, Coming to the Rifz Theatre Blyfhcvillc, Ark. 4 —Days —4 Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. r July 9-10-11-12 fi Why Mountain Valley Watir Is Recommended fnr Arthritis-Kidney Bladder CONDITIONS ' This natural mineral water from Hot Springs, c\rl£insas, helps tu— Stimulate kidney function. Soothe bladder irritation. Neutralize uricacidity. Discharge poisonous wastes. MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From Hot Springs, Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division, Blyihcville, Ark. Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Tear SI) Repairs to Electric Appliances Fully Guaranteed BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (Where Courtesy Is Not a Memory) li» K. Main St. Phone 3616 SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Op«na 1:41 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:39 p.m. Last Time Today Col. Effingham's Raid with diaries (Tnlmrri and Joan Bennett »"aramouiil News unfl Selected Short Paramount News and Shorts Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Box Office Oti^ns 8:45 Oprns Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Su. Bargain Nijht Every Night Except Saturday. No nassi-s lionored on 8nn<»y it the Koxy. last Time Today Lost in a Harem with Abbott and Coslelto Foi News & StlectwJ Short Subject Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Terror by Night with Basil Ralhbonc & Mge! Brace Til! We Meet" Again with Ray Milland, Barbara Britton

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