The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1947
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.jfA£E TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE -1, 19-1T Bocieiu, Emily Wixsen, Society Editor § i'hone 4GI / Bride-to-be Honored Willi Two More Paitie? : Miss Louise-• Rcev.cs, who will become the'bride "Thurs inv moin- Inf, of Henry DodU of Yonker^. N. Y, was complimei'te;! with two more* of the numerous InCor- cslmg social events b;-ing elveii lor her yesterday when Mrs. C. Rj Penn cntci~tain'cd wit!i an informal morning party and last night when Mrs. E, B. WoudsiM was hostess with a -llnncr pavly. Guests at Ijolli affairs Included "femiuinc members or Hi-? wed parly and intimate friends of tlw bride-elect. From out-of-town I boDi occasions were • Miss Jean Crowley of ParaEOUld, Miss Ocnc Elviup of Pine.' Bluff and Mli-i ITorctliy ^Wooteu . of Osceolu. hotiseguesls of Miss Rcyven and also from out of • to'.vn at Mre. Woodson's dinner party was Mrs. John L. Lewis, of- Ijiiie Village, hquseguest of her fif.ter. MVs. Pchu,.and family. Assisting Mrs. Per.n was Mrs. LeHoy Hucldleston. oari<e>i (lowers predominated by roses decorated of Ml - nm | tt>e Penn home, 1323 West Jlearn St. When Mrt. Woodson cntcrlain- ed. lust night, the four tables of Eiiesls played rummy. Mrs. W. O. Reeves, mother of the ftuest of hopor. won rummy prise. Effectively arranged .garrlcn flowers decorated the hori'C. ' Miss Reeves'was prewuted plfL; at; both "events. '. '•• Will Wed Here Miss Mary Louise Tutor, d:ui«!.- ler of Mr ami Mrs. U. G. 'Intoi of Wlylhevllte, Is Ihe bvide-cli'c of William Lfimar naiiahiiiaM. soi W. H. flanghman Bits of News Mostly January in June Osceofo News Miss Vivlonne Moore U:>.; arrived iomi> to spend tint Suinni'.- with ler mother, Mrs. N. M. Mvw, Mrmlnijhuu), Alu.. wii.nv .'he unlor at llowiiicl c;c»il« Uctorc pledged Delia Z. ly, there. Donald Ilkkniiiii vJill ny froin University of , In. in Miss ijoior- Mission"Study of India I s Concluded at Meeting A progrnm completing n year's study of India whs presented al tho meeting of £ the Mission Slucl) Group of thci.Wpman's Council 01 First Christian Church Monday al- tcnioon at the J. C. Ellis hbme when Mrs. J. C. Ellis .Sr..' was hostess and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., co hostess. -,','. .; The program, of which'Mrs. A.'R Welenktmip w'as. In'• xclinrg'e, wn. entitled "Forward a Steads Stride." Mrs. E. crt""A Uterntc M. Terrv'-'discuss '' Terry'; tcpic wns i"A World Church and Mrs. O. S.' Crowell's subjec was "An Indigenous Church." Th program was concluded • with prnver cvclp by Mrs. WcteriKai Mrs. Albert Taylor, asslslod h Mrs. W. D. Cobb. presented' til Worship Service. 'Mrs. R. S. Buh'.l concluded the service wilh prnysr nnd members were dismissed wit:-. nlso of lilytheville.. Tin: wediihu will he solemnised June 23 in I home of the bridegroom r pnion Bridge Parly, Shower Honor Mrs. W. C. Gates Mrs. Edward Seuravjs nnd Mrs. Icrnian Cross were Monday afternoon at the S<.'ij'.".vfs plan- ntion home with a bridge party mid urprisc handkerchief shower hnn- >rlnu Mrs. \V. C. in celebia- ton of her birthday. GuesUs were eiyht ol Mrs. CaUs' Host inthimle friends. They pre- senled her handkerchief und her loslesses presented her u till. In bridge giuncs, tiii; i score |iri/e went to Mrs. A. M. UuU, second ID Mrs. Emma Nolen and Mi's, George Pyles received traveling nri/c. Flowers of many varu.tie-i dcco-' ruted the home for the occasion. A salad plate was served. Study Course laughl Al Wesleyan Meeting In conjunction wilh Ihe year's study of Stewardship, mcmbeis of the Wcsleyon Guild of First Melh- cdist church studied a levvjn from the hook "Tin. Fine Art of using," Ralph W. Souk inn n, at iheir mce;- iiif; Monday niyht at the church. Mis. Allen D. Slewnrt [jave Ihe devotional Parllti;mlln^ on tlK 1 K.\- Mis. Mary rrlve In- Mlssrmii. Olnmbta, lo lie the Kue.a of hi.; ar.thcr, Mr:;. I-:. i~. Tlsoniur;. an.l Mi. Thomiis. Mr:;. John 1.. Lewis and s::n, .IIMM !'.ir,;,ijlls l.i'Wis, of Lake Villili'.e. lire .nests <jf Mrs. Lewis' ;i;ler. Mr.s. C H. IVnn, and family. Joe MeClure Is home for Ihe Summer from Oklahoma A. & M. Ctilli Htillwater. Mis:; Kalherine Hudson Is hoini; from university -if Mlt.Miiiri. Col- umliia, lo spend 'li" .Siuimu'i her parenls, Mr. nnd Mi>. A. O. Hudson. Mr. .and Mn;. D'U! Cule and' children, Knsun an I no'mic, are Kin-sis '>r Mrs. Co!i>';: mnth-.T. Mr.s. .1. W. Whllworth. and family, he- fore moviiiir to llay HI. I <><ils. Miss. The Cole family has been 'in^ in Cejitralia. Mo. John Wetsel 11! Charlotlesville Va., wjll he I ho ;:nest unlll Friday of Ids clstcr, Mrs. W. C. Cate.s. ami Mr. Gates, lie wiiii accompanied here l>v Airs, l.nla nicks and her daughter. Mrs. Uay Niece, ot rft. l.oms. who visited relatives here hetoi'i; irliirninK lo their home Also guest ol the Calos is Mrs. Bert Faulkner of HrnRgnrtocIo, Mo., am 3. E. Vail of Clinton, Mo., formerly of niylhevillc.'will arrive tomorrow lo he Iheir unest a week. Charles Crtgiicr Jr., and John Kc Fiesenold at linme for Ihe Sinn iner with ll>eir parents. Mr. an< Mrs. Charlo.s Ci ii!i;cr and Mr. am Mrs. E M. Kenennld. from Ken lucky Military Ini.til.ute, I.eiulo: They wore accompanied homo b Mrs. HcBcnold and Ann White o Osceola. who was Jahn KCL'S yue: at Hie Sprin;; formnl. Mrs. Belle M. 'Wood relnrne home yeslerdiiy frnm Carutlieisvill Mo., where she spent the weekon with relatives. 73 G/s in Pacific Area' Want to Wed Japanese Mrs. Paul Bahcl and children of Dycrsburg arc guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John 14. Miller. TOF.YO, June 4. <U l'.>— Tliir- Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate have leen army enlisted in-n today gone Lo HUIjjely, Tcnn., to attend i urged the army to allow them lo funeral services for 13. G. Dur.^ip.l'uarry Japanese (jirls "in spile nf who died suddenly i n Birmingham, I racial differences." Ala., Friday. \ '" a letter lo the 'irmy news- Mr. and Mrs Mike Nailing had, paper, Pacific Stars !>'i<i Stripes, s their uucsis for a brief time Mr. lu " "' program were Miss thr! Missionary Benediction. Mrs. Hussell Birhnm, Mission wards, Mrs. Vance Hen Study chairman, who presided at Frances Gammill and the 'meotipc and i, who ._\yij| moy.e JUibU-r.••* • , June 7 to Cokn'a'do!Springs. Colp.. 1 Miss .-Eutopia , Whitworth was surprised with a memorial hostess for the nuv.'tii^;. Rift for the Chimes fund, presented croup." It may ho June on the calendar, bul Hollywood's comely Pat Hall manages lo work tip a little January atmosphere with her snow girl. Figure was sculptured by Pat nrul some of her playmates liom snow thai lies deep in Sawtooth Mounliims near Sun Valley, Idaho. Miss Peggy Nail Bride Ot Lcacliville Resident Mrs. llermird Gray of MoneUc sas announced Ihc •marriage of her daughter, Mis PcKgy 'Nail, to Claude B. Matins of hc-achvillc. ic double rhH' ceremony was mniK^d in Monette Baptist- Church May IS by Ihe Ttev. G. VV. Smith. The church was decorated with rises, pink roses and orange blossoms, before the ceremony, Mrs. Normn Jean Carleton, accompanied liv illsr. Lena Belle Epencer, sniiB "Tltiiu^ Alone." . Cllirn In marrlaf![. by her father, the bruit- woiv a white dress Irini- mcci with ijold buttons and belt fihe (MiTii-d a colonial boiKiuet ol E|:hnK flowers. The maid ol honor was the bridegroom's sister, Miss Mai Ilia Jane Matliis. Hhe wore : i^ale blue ilres, 4 ; wilh a corsage of pim; rose'jiids. . Claude E.irl Harnctl of Leach- villc server! ns uest man. Maty At The Hospitab Blythl'vllle !I')-:[)H:ll Admltlcd: H-uhara Brilton, eii.y_ Sybil Morgan, Porlaeevill", ''An. I'asco Vauchn, Br^sii Cily, Mn. Mrs. Elmo Archillion, city. .1. K. Cinnn, cily. liiitli.s: Horn to Mr. _and Mr.-i. Glen dni'it'iiier, yesterc.ny. Howard .lr Dismissed: Nick Patterson, city. Carl Patterson, city. Mrs. Prank Ellis a-.iil baby. cily. William V 1 . McDaniel Jr., cily. Walls Hospital Mrs Dolly Krilles and baby, city. Oscar WhittinKlon. :f.'e»!e. Mo. Vi'rn Brackin,' Hayti. Mo. H:i|itist tlospilat, Memiilils Dismissed: II. J. Hale. Osccoln. . Tpd Nunlev Jr.. OseooH. nd MIS. 'G. W. Browninu o[ Marion- Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Quinn and Mr- nd Mrs A. G. Brickey have rcttirn- d to lliolV; home after -a month's our of the East- Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ileiiil ire guests of his mother, Mrs. liel- ye Nclle Starr, and family, after _ spending a v/ctldiny ti'ip in Allan' ic Cily and olhcr liastern citic:;. i C. W Watson and son, Fran 1 :, | lave gone to San Francisco to attend the convention of notary In- I ternational, which '.illl be ucl'.l there Juii(. 8 to June 12. A. W. Voting left yesterday for Ran Francisco to attend Ihc notary Convention, accompanied by Ml ' s - 'Younit and children. Andy and Karen. Mrs. Mar.iorle Kdrlngton of Chicago is visiting her father, Justus Kdiinnton. and Mis. Edi-ington. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Oilman, Jr., of De Lund, Fin., are quests of Mrs. Oilman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. I). Scgrave.s. John liuvrl r.nd William Terry Mitchell. stiKlcnti; at Louisiana State University, have arrived home to spend the Kmmucsr with ihfir mo! her. Mrs. J. D. Milclir!!. I'rankiin Sandei"-,. suucrintendent < f sx-hoal'i. will leave June in for C'.rorye peabodv College, Nashville, 'enn.. where he will receive his Master's degree in August. Condition of Mrs. ZHla Ralph, who has been seriously ill, is much improved. Mrs. John Allen and Mtss June Wellborn Rhoades left yesterday for a weeks' stav In Hiloxi. Tlicv were accomi/anied as far as Jackson by Mrs. George Bullou, who will visit relatives there. Mrs. D. II. Illackwood left yesterday to attend the Slate Federation of Womcns' Clubs meellnu. which will be held at Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs. the solders asked why the "democratic" u. S. had ba'uit"! marriage..? bclv.'cen them and Japaiicse girls. The men asked lh : u thr-ir name.; be withheld fram pu'olicaiijn. The letter said that during a tour of duty n Japan, "many of us have become qute :-.'oiid i.f the girls over here.' Th'-y pointctl to eNamp'es of marriuue:> v.'illi German, Vicnch and Hritis'.i uirls. CA11D OF THANKS We wish lo express our Hunks lo Ihe many friends that showed their .sympathy on the death of our'niid and lather. Mr.s. J. II. llycr.s it Family NERVOUS On'CCRTAWORVS'of ttonth! If fmicUoiml monthly d Is tur buncos caufi^ you to SiUlIur iiLTvoiia ten-sicjn— . at Kiich times — this great medicine \M famous to relievo such symptoms VfOIA f. FINKHIM'S IWSSkl deA&iv&L Too .Late to Classify For Sale was Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Ozmcnl .spent] c'aiolone Witeher and John Gray Sunday in Tennessee ..visiling rel- \veve ushers. aiives. ' Mr.s. Mathis w:\s j-naluated from Mrs. W. 7,. Cheulam motored to Monellp Hiuh School this year and Memphis yesterday with friends. M,. Matliis allended school at Mrs Chontam p!an s lo leave soon i,e»rhville. Ue served two vears m Rummer vacalUm in Call-i flu- Navy an/i now is employed at 'ilson'K fiadio Slion al L'-'nchville. Mr .and Mrs. Malhir, are lem[3or- •ily making Iheir homo in Monte. i\Iy pi'iipoi'ly in ('urufliers- villt'. ccirnnr Sixlli iM: !Irj»h- larul. Mary K. .loplin Clark lilylhcvillo, or lelenhoiu' 510 Carutliorsville. (i -I ilk 7 1 Meeting * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE J | MM IE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 K. Main Pbonr 24S7 CoiiliiviiiMis Shows Hv«ry Pay l!ox Office Opens 1 :45 Sluiw Stai't;; 2:00 LISTEN TO Kl.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.n •Refreshments were served during a social hour. Study Missions More Sneaker Tells Women Church Wamen Meiet For All-day Session "More women should read mission books}" Mis. H .II. urooks, inls- Monary chairman of the Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist . .. Church, tola members o( the a-An all-day meeting; Including a ulztlt , nll „,, a Ilicell ,, Mmuu,} Royal .Service program,, luncheon nrtm ' loon nl lh( , chu ,. ch nnrt business session, was held Mon-, other co|nn]1Uee j,,,,^,.,.^ .,, 30 day afternoon for members of tl L..; mnd rcuor , s dm in B the business Woman's Millenary Unlpn o Ca -. , f Which - Ml . s . w . Mnt > m vary Baptist Church at the! chtn-c | WUH pl . csklcll i, W!ls in elian ; n. M,?h% Pr °nr"^a e?\" Mrs Ehi Mrs - Karl Wmtenpfuhi told how a ihe devotional and had charge of j J^ 1 the program. which Included cussions of racial problems means by which they could be solved. ; Aho participating were Mrs. Dei Webster, .Mi.-.. S. D. McGec. Mr3 Vernon Eoyd. 'and Mrs. Mabl ijunsford. During the business meeting, i was ~Sruiqunccd that next week' meeting' liad been IXBlponed. Mrs Luiisford conducted the session. ; iluriiiK the brief DH.- (jl s -|Brani. when ihembers also joined and''" B 1 ' 0 "! 1 slnglnK. Miss Dolly Ileitt of Allniila, Cin.. vas amonfj those present. WA Meeting Held The Young Woman's Auxiliary o! First Baptist Church met Mondaj night at the home of Mrs. Charles Davis, former member of lhc group. The program wa s presented by Miss Adaline Lee, who was assislcd Club Women in Arkansas Assemble in Hoi Springs HOT SPniNGS. Ark. June •! (UPi — Spot-llijhtin!; the second day's program of Ihe golden jubilc convention, of the Arkansas Federu lion o[ Women's Clubs here loiln will be a cotton style show featuring Miss Hllmn Seay of Mea' phis. Miss Seay is the l!)-n mai of cotton. More than 300 women from i sections of the state moved tiv the Spa yesterday to hear Mrs. Lafeli Dickinson of Kecne. N. H, bv.Miss Bernice Overman. Miss make two addresses. Mrs Dickln- Chffie Overman gave the dvotion- son is national president of the al . . Federated Women's Clubs. "plans"wre made for the YWA ! Election of state officers Is .whc- hcuseparly and a Y\VA breakfast dnle<] for tomorrow. v June 22. Refreshments were served.' ~ tornia. Texas and Smilhurn Loui- iDIek noberls. stiidenl at St. T.cnis univcisltv. Is at home lo spend the summer. Mr. ami Mrs. C. W. Afflick have irono to Chapel Hill. S. C.. where they will meet their sun. Charle-, .lr.. student, at' university of Nin-lh Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. AfllU-k nnd Charles then will- KO lo New ork Cily lo be the. guests of tliolr nnxhlcr nnd sister, Mrs. Hob llnrt,- ,111. nnd fatnil'-. Elwyn Caldwell. son of Mr. nnd Irs. A. E. Cnkl'.loll. will snend the iimnici' in liov Seoul Camp at ar<ly an t i ul!h his ^rnndi>ar(?ril^. lr .and Mrs T. \V. Coehran. at Newbrrn. Tonn. ' His parents are HendiiiK summer terms at Uni- er.sity of Tennessee, Knoxvillp. His isler. Cathie Ann. accompanied linn to Knoxville. =cr«l. Raymond fiiekerKlaff. sor f W. A. Blehei-slatf. Is visilinu his athcr and friends here while 01 15-day fmlou«h. He is sttxllonci I San Antonio. Texas. Henry Mnery hns arrived horn roin I.oiiisinnn State university Inlon Houge, to spend the Siihime vilii his inolher, Mrs. Cavcv Mnerv Jimmy Lowe nnd tlon llcshar-i are spcii<lin^ the Euminei 1 al Cam Rio Vista. Hardy, where they wci motored oy Jimmy's parents. M and Mrs. J. C. tAjvve. Mr. nn<l. Mr Steele News Miss Myrtle Burnett is visiting >r two weeks at Louisville. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. R. .'. Talum have liirirarel Morgan of Lon^ Beach. i tb.eir hoiiKeiiiiest her sister Mrs. Jii'lif. . •'. Mis. Tlernice rionnclly has rclurn- d lo her ^hnme nt Ionia, Mieh.. fler \ r l:;itiny several days here vilh her mother, Mrs. Bthel Jen- Ins. ' - • Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whilakcr have uoved lo Selmar, Tenn.. t<j make heir home. Mrs. Whitaker l« the '(nillt'r Miss Belly ^Ta^ Burton Dr. J. R. McDaniel has left for i vacation with his children at DoECwell. N. M.: Washington. Williams yillc and Patlerson, Mo. Mrs. Walter Miehie lias hecn II) ami confined in her home. Her eon- dition is improved. Miss Oleta Uainon has returned home after a three week visit wilh her sister, Mrs. Juanlla Heffrnn ol Miami, Okla. Mrs. Hcffran accompanied her home for an extended Ix>\ve and another son. Jerry, also made the trip, have returned home. Blythevillc Chnpler 117 oi Roy.-.l Arch Masons meeting loni'.(h'.. 7:3 f J o'clock.-nl Ihe hall, -innor.nced \fj K. \\. Jncksun, Hisjh Pries;. More Sugar is Allowed For Commercial Canners WASHINGTON, Juno 4. (U.P.I The Agriculture Dcparlinen; announce.;! today food processors and canners \viil be allowed more sugar. It lticre:i£cd the all-nvance for most fruit canners frcm HO per cent to 100 per cent, nf Iheir 1911 suBar usage. Certain other eanneivj whose basic allowance has bee: below the industry ave were promised an Increase '.hat will brng ther allowance claso to the average. Provsional allowance users who pack dry beans, frov.?^ fruits vegetables also will receive more sugar. Provisional nll'jwaiicc will be made for packers' of pickled cucumbers, cauliflower, -onions end watermelon and af spiced and brannded fruits, icd sweet cabbage,; carrots and pickli:-! beets. Provisional rationing :> based on n cei'tan allowance per unit of production. 'WETIME j. TMB P1ACE s»M?y J=ii3y?»i 4 .^tti •**<&&' '.?*> visit. -—'if, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Stanfitl an<l family, formerly of Winter Jlaven, Pla.. have moved to Gibson, near Sleele. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Selected Shr>rt SubjecCs Continuous Showing Everjdaj ZELiNER'S Auxiliary Meets Coming Events THURSDAY The I.adks Bible Class of First The Woman's Annual Institute. | which will be held .1'. Petit Jean I Methodist Church will meet foi Slate Park Jlmc 23 to June 20. was! business and social session. 7::1P discussed last night at>.n nieelln? of I'-""- at Ihe church Mrs. p. E, Cooley St.-Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary. Auxiliary prayer , opened and closed the session. Refreshments were scn'ed. and Mrs. A. E. Huntley will be hostesses. FRIDAY Mrs. Paul Byruin hostess lo CRC Club. NOTICE We Close On Wednesday at 12 noon f During June, July & August Open each day at 9 a.m. Closing time 5:30 p.m. (except Wednesday and Saturday). The New York Store Announcing the Opening of ttie New E.B.C. CLUB ** . "" *\f\ « III KAAfhl S~ /• 202 W. MAIN . Blytheuille, Arkansas Largest in the South Seating Capacity 500 Highway 18 Blythcvillc Special June 17 Johnny Long and his 10-Piccc Band with ANJTA NANCE Singer 9 'til 1 Make Reservations at Club E. B. Chitwood Ilox Office Opens :vl 7:M p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:50: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. Bargain Night Kvi-ry Niglil Txcepl Salunlay No passes hniuirecl on Sunday at tiic Hoxy. Tuesday am! Wednesday FKATUKE \ : 6t All f\K\cai 3i/i;. ..b.J Solid Gold initie! Cigarette Girl wilh Leslie lirnnks and Jimmy Lloyil Face of Marble with Jnlin C:\rratliiic and {'Uiiitlh Drake Thursday and Friday Meet Tbfil London Bcnitty Who § Made A Career Out Of Love! Solid Gold Masonic Cicaret Lighters Billfolds ' 0 Cameras Pen Sets Desk Sets Fitzpatrick JEWELRY STORE It Tnkes Only S Minutes to On«n a Charge Arrounl

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