The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1946 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 9, 194G n Fjv?, Circle Groups The" Womai.'s Mlssionaij Society C Mrst Baptist Church met jester- ay afternoon In circle-groups. • Chde One met j^t the home of Iis Maiion WfilUms »it^ seven icmUers and-onei visitor,^ Mrs. J. NoSers, attending. The devotional as ej le " fa ^ Irs ' A ' v ' 11 , Huffman. •Th0! opening prayer was led by f.rs. Lloyd Stlcfcmon and Mrs. C. V. ACtlick taught the lesion. llrsj J. T. Westbrook was hostess b seven -niembefs of Circle. .Two. flic iieetii g opened with prayer by ,I>-s Ebb Carson, who also taught he lesson. The closing prayer was ed bjj Mrs John Johnson Mrs] Roy'Head'tauBlH the lesson :or Qtrcle Three, .which met at tier Home. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock led the 13 members present in prayer ind Mrs H H Blocks closed the essloii with prayer. _, , VMtc v , Mrs. T. A. Bell was hostess 10 i o WlYlb 1 CStCVclay mcmljors of Circle pour, which had 11 mqmbers i)hd,,i\ guest, Mrs. Elva Poo,••present. The opening prayer Attend U. D, C. Lunch In Memphis Yesterday Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Jnmcs Q. Clark and Mrs. Roland Green, of the Elliott Flct-1 cher chapter 4)1 united Daughters t of the Confederacy, were among, guests yesterday nt the luncheon j In Memphis complimenting Mrs. John Wilcox of Houston, Texas, Miss Jane Castllo, Oaiighlei 1 <)l president general of the U. D. C. Mr. ond Mrs. aiirth CaNtllo, luts Tho luncheon was given at returned from Little Hock, where Parkview Hotel, sponsored by she was guest a few clays of Miss Memphis chapters of the U. D. C. Putty ctirson. Mrs. Wilco.x Is on a lour of the I Mr. and Mis. L. M. Doan ol Sontli and 111. addition to the Kllgorc. Texas, returned to llit'ir luncheon yesterday, when greeted home Sunday night after having • by U. D. C. members from west spent a week with Mrs. Dean's par- Tennessee,' Arkansas nm! Missis- cuts, Mr. and Mrs. James Curler, slppl. sho wns honored today with | Mr-, and Mrs. ClaJr Miller. 50!) a' tea at the home of Mrs. Homer Numerate, spent Sunday in Hot Fcrcus Slnnu. and a luncheon At " ' Pen body Hotel. At The Hospitals . Boyd Hostess Mrs. Vernon Boyil was h<jil»s.> yesterday afternoon to 13 meinViar.s R. K. Tiicy of Calvary Baptist Churcli. Mrs. Jim Kn^land was In charge of the circle proyrnm cind the do- votinnnl was jjiven by Mr*. B. IX j McGce. The session opent-d with prayer by Mrs. Andrew Ccmlpy. Those taking part on tho pro- grnm were Mrs. Boycl. Mrs. Hny- mond Belknap and Mrs. Cfn'ru the brief business session. The closlnR prayer was \vns led by Mrs. H. C. Ulankenshlp; j of the Womnn's Missionary Snclety Mrs. Kendall Berry taught the les- - - ~ ton qud Sirs" & v - Daws offered the closing prayer. ... Cirfifc Five met at the home ol- Mrs. falter Dishop with nine members tuirt a guest, Mrs. G- A. Rltch. r.itencHng.- The opening prayer was led bf'Mrs.'-p'B.'Blertsoe, who also gave ,'llic devotional. Mrs. Blslioi) taught tho lesson and Mrs. M. C. . Pi-ultt. Cutia* dismissed the group with " ' prayer. >i Are Hostesses To Presbyterian'Group Mrs. Walter Day and Mrs. Hugh Hudson were hostesses last nighl at the Day home, 1301 West Main, to members of Circle Foui of the AVoman's'Auxiliary of First Presbyterian •• Church. The H members prcsi'nt Included two ^new. memberi. Mrs. Robert Walsh and Mrs.' Floyd Haralson. Mrs. Ebb sphulley gave, the c!c- votlonal, based.'onif.tewr.idshlp. The study .lesson was tjuvjht by Mrs. Erwin'Jones. With the topic "What My Church Teaches About Baptist and The;--bord^s- Supper," it was taken from the book'"\Vlint. I Want to Know About Ms Church" uy Chaplain" ind Mrs John W. McQueen. Refreshments' were served In the social period following the meeting dismissal. *-. with her father, Berry, who Is seriously 111 went by plane. Miss Mayo McCall and Hill Hell of si. Louis were gucsls a Ijrlnl limn here of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. \V. 13. Cobb and family, 70B West Main, !):vvn :is their guest her .sister, Jane Speed, of Selinn, Jans plans (u here two weeks Miss Christine Ciillenwater ha.' returned lo her home In l-'ayeite- ville after haviin; been the gur*t here of Miss I*eta Rose Castlio. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garth CiiStllo, 80:t West Ash. Ucrt N. Lamb. 214 East Davis, has returned home after s|)cn?.ini; Tocfopoln, Miss. Both Miss Reid and her houscguest attended Mississippi Slate College for Women, t Coluinbu.s. from where Miss | was graduated this Spring. Claude F. Cooper, Blythevllle attorney, attended court yesterday in Kennett. Mo. Dr. and Mrs. I'. L. 'Tiptou left Cundiiv lor Oklahoma City to visit Ilicir .sou. Lieut. Col. Dick Tipton, who i:; stutloni'd there, after huv- nu spent two days here with rela- ilvcs. They had just returned from Orlando. Fla., where they were another son, Col. James )!. Tiplon, and Mrs. Tipton. > Mrs. A. J. Pipkin had ns her esis (his weekend her daughter, Mrs. Leonard It. Phillips Jr., and Mr. Phillips; her son, Murray llar- ils, Mrs. Hunts and two children; aiul (wo other sons, Fred J. Pipkin ind Kd*ard Lee Pipkin, all of St. Louis. •Ensign John Oliver Coppcclge,^ v>-|io graduated last month from the United Stales Naval Academy. Annapolis, has arrived to spend a month's vacation from the Navy wl!h his uncle, Oliver W. Coppcilge, and family. Pride Subdivision. lie attended lllythovlllc High School prior to entering Virginia Military Iivililute and later, the academy. Mr. and Mrs. liuford McDonald and daughter, Mrs. Carl Ucakcus of ChnUaiiootfn, Tcnn.. have returned home after having been Admitted: Mrs. Pearl Morris, Luxoia. Lnvelle Owen, Dell. Sandra Uavls, Osceola. Mrs. I, .W. Gilbert, city. s Dismissed : J. w. Osljorn, Lenchville. Jerry Hodge, city. Martha Young, Luxora. Earl Buys. Steete, Mo. Robert Lee Smith, city. Mrs. Raymond Oliver, city. Hljlheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. H. H. Mathls, city. Loue.Ha names, city. Mrs. A. B. Ford, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Long, city, a son llils nioriilns. Dismissed: Mrs. Aubrey Bruce, Burde.'.e. Stella sl.nyton, Holland, Mo. 'A'. O. Ooble. cllv. A. W. White, Osct-ola. Memphis Metbulllst Hos]illat Admitted: Mrs Holiert HU'.lj]:e.th, Sleele, Mo. Mrs. Calhoun Bride Of Armor el Resident Mrs, M»rc«lla Calhousi of Dell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Moody, of Dell, became the brtde of Max Watson, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Watson of Arrnorel, In a ceremony Sunday at the home of his parents. The Rev. D. C. Mayo, pastor if Armorel Baptist church, officiated al the double ring rites. , MI-.S. William Tosh of Helena, sister of the bridegroom, was the bride's matron of honor. The bridegroom's uncle. Jack Roberts of Newport, Ark,, served as beV >«»"• The bride wore a t\vo-plece white pique dress trimmed with Irish luce. Pinned at her shoulder was a corsage of pink .sweetheart roses. Guests Included Mr. Tosh ol Helena, Mrs. Roberts of Newport and Miss Cora Lee Colcman. Belknei|> presided nl-a week's vacation In various stales » : with friends. He was the guey. of .->tTercd friends In Anderson and S. C., Highlands and Murphy. N. C.. anrl Chattanooga and Cohiml/ia. '1'cnn. Mrs. l>. W. Gilbert, who makes her home with n son and family, II. C. Walts. 17C5 West Ifearn, has ueen admitted In Walls Hospital for treatment. Her condition today Juanita Shelton Wecl To jCarl C.'Bryaiit '' Dy Mrs. Curtis Freeman and refreshments served. V!rs. L. E. Trovvbnclge Completes Music Course Friends hero will be Interested to learn Difit Mrs. L. E. Trowbridge uf Iv.'ns satisfactory. She is the mother SI. Louis, daughter of Mr. and lor Dr. J. M. Walls and Vlrt'll Walls Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. Highway or Walls Hospital. El North, recently completed a col_ Miss. Louqllji Biirnes, <lfUi«lUer legiatc course in - violin fit The of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes. 1311 Enst Main, underwent a tonsilec- tomy yesterday nt Ulythcvillc Hospital. Her condition today was sat- Isfnctory. Mrs, A. B. Ford. 108 East Cherry, underwent 'a major operation tc^ day nt Blythcville Hospital. Condition of Miss Mary Adal' IJobinson. who suffered seven asthmatic attacks Saturday ni»ht was Improved today. She Is at hci home, 1031 West Wnlnnt. Mr. and Mrs. Henri Duhot have returned to Yarbro to be will her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F Ncal and family, after spending wedding Irlj) in Memphis Whether they will reside in tin United States or Paris, his liomi. is undecided. Mrs. .Duliol was tit; fore hers recent marriage, Mis Eldoni Ncnl. Miss Mnxliic Rekl. daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid, (H West Main, has nr. her guest thi week Miss Maggie Wingo o I S!Uosls of Mr. iiml Mrs. Buford IV.M!!!!.-. 1H01 Sou:.'. Fr.mklin. Irs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and •trs N. C. Connelly, Eighteenth red. Mr. and Mrs. Hurtls Connelly a"d in have returned to their home i Detroit aCler having spent a ct-k here with Mr. Connelly's par- ills, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Connelly, lujhteonlh street. Mrs. Kenneth Jones and children, Tenncy anil June Lois, of Little Mrs, Lloyd Wise Hostess The Ijingo games sponsored by the Altai- Society or the Church of the Immaculate Conception will fie hold Wednesday night, 8 o'clock, at the Armory. Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise will be hostess. Rock, have been guests of Mr. Jones' sister, Mrs. Buford Young, and (ninny. Mrs. jonp.s and rtaugli- ler returned yesterday but Kcnney reinnined (or two more weeks vaca- Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Ney Hunt hostess to the, Fidi'lis SuiAlny School Class of First Baptist church. Mrs. E. B. chitwood entertains members of Friendly Rook Club. FRIDAY CBC Club meeting with Mrs. Paul Byruni. Famine Faster Two of Memphis' leading bakeries reported today they had .increased production partially casing the bread shortage here. College 50 V. C. Veterans CORVALLIS. (U.P.) — Oregon State College official:; reported that 2.0CO of the 4,205 students enrolled for Ihe spring term are w:ir veterans, //'proxlinaicly 30 per cent of the veterans arc married. Claude A. Baxtorj former Los Angeles chef, is about half-way through will) his planned 100- day fast to arouse public sentiment and rction to aid the world's starving children. He's pictured sipping coffee on the 43rd day, by which lime he lucl • lost 42 l ,' 2 pounds. More Bread Produced MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 9. (UP) — lora i •*• ..... nucl tlon - course in - violin fit The Krocjjer School of Music In St. 1-Otlls. In cnmmcnccinent exercises upon icr graduiilion nt Sheldon Avirti- orium, Mrs. Ti'owbridge presented i violin solo, "Hejre Katl" Ijy Hubay. she also played in tl)e string Quartet which accompanied vocalists. Mrs. TTowbrlclge,' the former Miss Bonnie Jean Buchanan, arrived here yesterday with her .two sons, Jimmy and David, to be the guests of her parents and family for two weeks.' Vacationers Meet In Louisville, Ky. „/»' , J ,T», S°S,,S F "£' »'•""« »»'- »«' ««n«ih.n ?UM i"s..?i,f;~«s; KV""*"" ws,™ a" ™ t j4a?as KB ;ii££s-;,;r=? i^!^iS*. ^:;»r;H^=S Mrs. Hasli stopped to visit rela- ives. i:nd Mr. Nash went to Louisville on business. Neither o( the two families tncw or the other's plans but In Louisville, as Mr. Nash looked up from the luncheon table in Tlolel were attftnewnts*' 1 'The : bride wore a navy blue dress triuuned in. light blue with navy accefcorie's. At. her shoulder was pinned a corsage of red carnations. The' twinstwore two-piece white dresdes with orchid eyelet embroidery |trim. Their accessories . were white and they wore white cnriia- tions-.ln their hair. Mrs. Bryant »as-graduated from Biytlieville ftlfli'S'cliool and before her Jiiarrlage, was employed as bookkeeper and sales clerk, at Fitz- patritk Jewelry store. Mr: Bryant Js manager of the Southern Au'to Store here. Dai^hter Is Named The "daughter, born to Mr. and Mrs.yGharles Kennemore of Osceola J.uly 2,- has been named Judith Ann,;. :-J tti, --.':• •'.-. • Mrs. Kennemore is the former MissI Mildred Wealhcrs, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wcathc 'Highway 61 South. Honored With Party Raymond Eugene MUler. son Mr. land Mrs. -Clair- Miller, was | honored yesterday afternoon 'with j a pafty given In observance of his I eightji birthday. | The 20 guests ^ were entertain- c<4 sft tli e Miller home on Lum- er.ate'"stHi«nina ^ater went swimming • at - the municipal pool. They were served refreshments ol l<*' cres\rri'and birthday cake. 1 MrJ Miller ; 'wa's" assisted in t serving by Miss Mayo McCall of St. ixiuis, who .is visiting rela-j < lives .'here. - " " . / 3ro\vn's dinlni; room, he saw Ihc our BlylheviUc -friends sHtiiij; at i ncnrby table, still unaware (hat ic was there. They enjoyed a "reunion" away rom homo. Osceola News Mayor Ben F. Butler has returned from Los Angeles. Calif., where he visited his son. Gene. Mrs. Butler remained there with her -son until his discharge from the Navy, L peclsd in August. AMD FEVER«•«•• M KMLAIHAt 6«« otl« *T ONCf ro ""' Ftiiois"HME'IMO Mrs. T. E. Tanner and Thomas | Conk, who have been guests ol j Mr. and .Mrs. Bcnnle Hessic and daughter, Miss Nan HcssEo. have returned to their home in Leland, Mi?.?. Mi's. HcKsic. Miss Hessic and (heir houscEuests spent yesterday In Memphis. Read courlor News Want Ads. Announcement Starting Sunday, July 14th The Undersigned Florists will foe Closed on Sundays Every Tuesday Thursday an it Saturday Music oy Doyle Lee and his 7-Piccc Hand For' Ut-'scrvalions Call 3984 TWIN GABLES Phone *" for A Taxi o: K. CAB Jw* Marsh, Owner ave itlonry Today, Any Day STOP AND SWAP ELBKIIT HUFFMAN'S 401 K. Main I'lmnc 859 You Must lie Haiipy or No !><Ml Them! . , •ATHINETTE'S "BabM Buoy" Baritvn !•» SHOP Second "Peerless" WATER SOFTENER $14.50 You can 'now h:ivi> clc;iv soft walev by using this inexpensive water softener HUBBARD, HARDWARE CO. 213 West Main St. Phono 2015 WASHER SERVICE riiilip Frcl ictiuin Ulcanrrfl, Vfins. Irons nml Sni: ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. I'hnrip 2071 Starting Sunday, July 1'lth, and on each Sunday fheronfter, wo will 1)C closed. No deliveries will be mailo nor will any btiKiness bo transacted. We solicit your continued co-operation . . . which will enable us to .service your ordovsijof flowers Monday Ihrouyh Saturday of each week. Signed: The Flower,Shop Hcaton's Home of Flowers Bryant Floral Co. Osceolit, Ark. Your First Post-war Vacation! will lie more enjoynlile if we equip your car with a KMG Mofacfa AMERICAS FINEST AUTO RADIO AVi! have ;i complete line of MOTOROLA Auto Radios in stork for Immediate Delivery. Gel Yours Now! Fred Callihan Radio Service Salcs Phone 2GI2 106 South First Street ISIjlhevillc's Mc«t Complete Radio Store "J1MM1E PARKS Quality Cleaners Prompt I'ick-ti]) and Delivery Service * Phone 3555 for Belter Cleaning-Pressing 428 West Ash For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loom and Dirt for Fills LftRKIN SERVICE STATION K. M. I^rkln 219 East Main St. PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Thousands change t r o ails 10 fii'tns. Use ft real do<(«j>'.r formulrt for disli^-ss of piles: sent druggist-'' I( V Jifltfil Tliuntton & Minor Clink-. Surprising QUICK |tuL!la- \\vc relief of pnin. itc>i, forL-nft-s. Helps fioftpn tiartl i>:irt.i; tPiu!. 1 * lo -sin ink swilling Use il'iflnrn' \\-ny today. f!ct tub* Tlwrntoii & Minor'.s Hcctal Ointinont or Thornlois ft Miimr llrctal •HiitiixwUnrloa. If not ili'liKiil-Mj, ]o\v cost i.s rcfuiiclcU. At all K^u'J iJrui; stores everywhere. FEIN BERGS FASHION SHOP YOU ore Our OPA We pledge to you, our loyal customers, whole-hearted support in maintaining present OPA price levels. We shall continue to use our existing price ceilings unless changing conditions should make this course impossible to follow. We value our well- earned reputation for the best in quality and style at {he lowest possible prices ... we shall always faithfully continue to pursue this policy. Phone 2221 315 West Main St. Continuous Shows Every Day flox Office Ofn-ns I:«» Show Stsrts 2:"0 LISTEN TO Kl.CN J:<W a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday :inrl Wednesday Thursday and Friday Charter No. 14389 Reserve .District No. 8 Report of condition of ' The First National Bank of Blythcvillc, III the State of Arkansas, at the close of business on June 2SI, l!)4(i. I'ublishccl in response to call marie by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 52tt, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS Lnr.ns nml discounts (Including 51,008.37 overdrafts) S 722,810.17 Liviitert Stntes Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,510,407.8 Obligations of States and political subdivisions 237,340.1' Other bonds, notes, und debentures 150.000.0C Corporate stocks (including S5.700.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 5,700.01 Cash, Imtnnccs wllli other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items in process of collection 1,902,3015.4: Br.nk premises'owned $22/171.05. furniture and fixtures $5,391.25 28,162.3' TOTAL ASSETS $4,010,840,8 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $3,5QG,813.G7 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, anrt corporations 553,840.77 OcposiLs of United States Government (including postal savings) Deposits of States and political subdivisions Deposits of banks Other deposits <certified and cashier's checks, etc.).., .... TOTAL DEPOSITS $4,415,333.54 124,980.39 207.183.02 6.125.G5 11,43404 TOTAL, INABILITIES $4,415,383.54 C A 1> I T A I, ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: Common slock, lolal par 5100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 Surplus 90,000.00 Undivided profits 11.463.34 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 201.4G3.34 Baton Holme* TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $4,010,846.88 M K JI O K A N D A Pledged assets .(and securities loaned) (book value): United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits ami other liabilities. ..$ 306,000.00 TOTAL . . Secured liabilities: 306,000.00 •HALBJALLISi Deix>sils secured by pledged assets pursuant to require mclUs of law $ m,751.53 TOTAL $ 122,751.S3 Str.tc of Arkansas, County of Mississippi, ss: I, Hermon Carlton. cashier ot the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. HERMON CARLTON, Cashier. Correct—Attest: Sam H. Williams J. M, Stevens G. M. Kegenold, Directors. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of July, 1946. (Seal) Jesse Taylor, Notnry Public. My commission expires l-U'50. Matinees Sat. & San. Only Box Office Opens fi:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows SaJ. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday, No passes honored on Sunday at the KOTT. Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Terror by Night with Basil Rathbonc & Nigel Bruce Till We Meet Again with Ray'MillamT, Barbara BriUon K^Wtt 1,'«\^a^i-—-sa,

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