The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 10, 1944
Page 2
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BLYTHBVILLB (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Sebaugtv Honored At Dfnner Bridge Peirty The first In a series pf parlies to be given for Miss JeannetlR Jeanne Sebaugii prior t* her marriage to Lieut. Dale 8. Brings of Tulsa, Okla', which will be solemnized early In September, was "the dinner party and bridge gken lost »lght by Mrs Harry W. Halnes. The affair, given at the Halnes home on chickuawfaa Avenue, was attended by eight of Miss Sebaugh's most Intimate friends, and by hsr mother, Mrs. C.'V. Sebaug'h. A three course dinner was served at the dining table, centered with a crystal bowl of tuberoses, sweetheart .roses, baby breath and lacy green fern, flunked' with slendej- while tapers burning In crystal candle holders. The bridal motif was emphasized in the' handmade place cards, fashioned of tiny b"Hdes, . Following dinner, bridge was played foiy several .hours, with high" score prize,* -a ; correspondence. - basket, awarded 'Mrs.'. William Q. Boyd, and second high, ebrk,coasters, won by Miss Mary Helen Moore. M;rs. Halnes also presented Miss Sebaugh with u gift, a white leather bride's book. • ''•'-.• • Mrs:; Peary Is:Hostes s rVfrs. Clara Peary entertained members of the '.Friendly Seven Club yesterday afternoon at the home^of Mrs' Joe Hamby, when one giiest, ; ' Mrs. O. O. .Elkltis, also wi\s .present! ' . Cards were played for several hours during the:afternoon, before refreshments 'ol saridwlches, cookies and iced drinks were served. -, ' * . •. • Club Eight Eritertkihed' The presence of three guests added special Interest to the weekly bridge party given for members of Club Eight yesterday afternoon when,Mrs. G. O. Poet? entertained the group at her h'ome. -. summer flowers were attractively arranged in the Hying .room where the bridge tables were arranged. Iced drinks were served during the afternoon,;and high score prize was awarded Mrs. Rupert Crafton and iseccnd^ high Mrs. Charles Langston. : Gul&ts Included Mrs. Crafton Mrs. ,R/ C. :Allen and Mrs. C. ri Wroten. By NBA Service BROWNSVILLE, Tex.—Every kid •ho 1ms • ever seen a circus has •Ished lie could be a lion tnmcr. Manuel King, just 10 years, old, Is one- youngster who mndf Ills wish come line. Manuel's father Is proprietor of nn anlnm) farm. On U Jio Jios 10 young lions, training them to know and obey [he rules of the show ring. His "cats" do tricks with a precision thai, is the envy it professional lion tamers He has aught them the barrel roll, runs hem on chutes, and makes them :llmb, pose anj roar at his coin- nand. TOO,FRISKY AND TOO PLAYFUL ' When- four litters of African Ions were born on the farm last ear, Manners father let him play with the cubs. Every day after chool, Manuel would go into the •age with them and pet them, "felly'soon he had names for them One he called Yo-Yo, another At tke :-.' Blyth«*llti! Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Jacob Van Dyke, Haytl, Mo. Mr§. V. A. Crocker, 'Caruthersville Jack Phillips, cltj Dismissed— Mrs w. C .Plunkett and baby city {, » 'tj - ,Mrs Jack Chomblln and baby citj . Walls Hosplti) Admitted- Mrs. Earl Shepherd, city. Prank Hill, citj A. R.Ross, Liutora. Dlsirtlssed— Mrs. Robert Sheahaji, citj'. Isa'ac.Qulnn, Steele, Mo. Donald Foxier, city. Rollm-i Powler, citj Clyde Fowler, city Earl Russell, city, tMemphls Baptist Hospital Admitted— J. ,W. Beacham, city. Memphis Mcthodul Hospital Admitted- Mrs J A Johnson, Carulhers- ville, Mo : p Foy D. Malone, Lcachvllle. Dyess Man Wounded Pfc. Jnnies B. Mathis of Dyess was wcmnded in action in Prance June 24 according to a War Department message to his wife, Mrs. Mary Eva Mathis Private Mathis Is Uie son of Mr an;) Mrs B L. Matins of Dyess: _^-—. , ..-^ Little King Trains King Of Beasts Mantfd K ,. ng AcWeve ; /^^ fo Be t . OB To/ ; e ; IJon (a,uer Manuel Kli. r , 10 year., old, pu l s hl s Deals'. Ihrough ,thel r paces, win, 'lYivle's help. Mickey, others Dynamite, Prince, Bubbles nnd.Tlge. About that lime he was given a police dog puppy as a pel. So he adopted the lion cubs and the dog together. The lion cubs grew rapidly, and one day Manuel's father noticed that the cubs were getting frisky and loo playful. He was af/.l<! thai they might harm Manuel, so he stopped the child from goinu Into the cage. "I had to stay outside and rub their heads through the wire," says Manuel, "and they got so they would run • to the fence and Bet ready to have their ears scratched as soon as they saw me. Trixlc, the dog, still stayed In the pen rind would stop an v fights by biting the cubs on the nose." !• King made arrangements tor a noted lion tamer. Chubby OulWoyle, to come to the farm and train some of the animals for Ihe show ring and exhibition purposes. Young Manuel wanted to help with this work. The boy found thai genuine lion [raining 1.5 slow work. When tie would starl to make a lion do something, he would have to keep al It until Die lion obeyed his command. Thai was for discipline. Sometimes It would take two hours to make a lion move a certain way. Sometimes the boy missed a meal for an hour or two, but he sluck until he made the lion do as he wanted Later, four new cubs were bought and added to the six at the fevm. The new ones were "regular spitfires." The v still have a queer sense of humor which consists mainly of suddenly grabbing some other cub by the hind quartern with their teeth. ' • Manuel has learned the most Important requisite of all for lion tamers — concentration, "Chubby laughl me never to look away or bother with anything else when I am working lions," he says, "I'll answer If you call me, but I won't look around." t Altarbound Mrs. Nicholas Longworth o£ .Washington and Cincinnati, Ohio, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Paulina, above, to Alexander WcCormick Slucm of Westport, Gonn. Miss Longwoiih's father •was Hie late Nicholas Longworth, tor six years speaker of the House. Bits 0f News' Mostlr/Penwnal Mrs. R, B. stout left ye.stenlay fternoon for Little Rock, where she vIM join her young daughter, Mary, or a visit of three weeks with her rMdcnt.v Ntr. and Mrs. Pred Bailey. Jary has been with her grundpar- nls for the past several weeks, and Mrs. Slout is going over especially o join her sister who Is visiting here from Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hylee, who are making their home in Alexandria, La., while, 1 (hey are employed here,' are spending 10 'days here vlth Mr. Ilylce's mother, Mrs. N. i. Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. Rylee went o Alexandria from Blythevllle last November. Mrs. Jiick Chamhlln and her lu- 0,111 son, Jack Drummond Chamh- In, were removed yesterday from Blythevllle Hospital to their home vllh Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamb- ln on West Main. • Billy Cross, son of Mr. and Mrs. -feorge Cross, left this morning for Little Rock for service with the Navy. A. L. Bnugmnan and J. w. Bor), both of Dell, have returned to Jump Wallace, Texas, alter spcnd- ng n nine-ilny leave with their amiltes In Dell. Uotl, are In the Navy. Mrs. Eunice Young is spending her vacation In Newburn, Tenn,, as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Kitty Lancaster. Miss Mabel Hogan and her niece urs. Eugene Hood, together with Mrs. Hood's infant daughter. Jean illcn ,lmve moved -from 121 West Kentucky to one of the Yates apartments on West Walnut. r-niKi Mrs. Walter Day nre spending this week In New Orleans, La., as guests of his brother, Mason Day Jr., who is attending Tulane University there under the Navy. V-12 program. Mrs. Herahel Carter and infant son, Herslie) Jr., have been removed from Memphis Methodist Hospital to the home of her parents, Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison on Highway 81 South. Mrs. J. A. Sallba and daughter, Miss Alice Sallba, left this morning for Memphis. Miss Sallba Is en- route to Baton Rouge to spend a week's vacation with friends. Miss Nancy Klrslmcr has returned from Ludlngton, Mich., where she spent two weeks with her mother, Mrs. R. p. Kirshner and her brother, Bobby, who are..spending two months':there at the Kirshner SuiiilHer home. •••.,. v , Miss Ka,therlne .Hudson': wcnV to Forrest city, Ark., today to 'spend a week as the Kuest of one of.her college mates, Miss Jane Gray. Mrs. C. E. Dlnklns has returned to her home In Lutesvllle, Mo., nfler spending two weeks here with hei daughter, Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mr Dlukins, who Is undergoing medical treatment here, remained for n lon;;- eh visit with Mrs. Mahon. ' Miss Hope Whitwortli went lo Driver. Ark., yesterday to spenii several days with her'sister, Mrs. Jnines Elslander. Both Miss Whitworth and Mrs, Elslauder spent todny In Memjihis where they plan to attend the MOAT tonight. Pat and Nena Burks, children of Mr. and Mis. E. W. Burks, are spending n week In Memphis with their aunt, Mrs. H. S. Green and Mr. Green. '' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward Jr who are spending (he Summer at their camp at Hardy, Ark., came to Dlythevllte yesterday to meet, her sister. Miss Dorothy Clemmer or Lexington, Va., who accompanied them back to Hardy for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lendennle Fowler have us tlielr guests for the week their granddaughter, Sharon Paye Hendiix of Osccola, and Becky Hen- clrlx, also of Osceolo. • •-.-.> The Gift Shop Modern and AnU<j»e GUI* COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Gretitnj Card* Niveltla A Gift For tnrjtodj tnir»m BHf. ^ neat ast MOSS BRYAN 2Jkank [you iAqain Voter* of -Jt It is impossible to convey to you the 'depth' of my gratitude for the magnificent vote of confidence which you tendered me at the polls last Tuesday. In accepting the trust which' your vote implies, I do so with 'deep humility, fully conscious of the great responsibilities to my State and Nation with which I am now charged. ( In response, and again in heartfelt appreciation, I pledge you the utmost efforts of which I am capable in continuing to 'deserve that confidence, so that working with' and for you, we may together bring to Arkansas and our Country the just rewards of a lasting Peace. / Sincerely, China, japan mid Germany nre nil claimants to 'the honor of in- Irotliielng macaroni to the world. In the LAST analysis, Mother, YOU'LL CfiOOUE - PAR ROTS For Poll-Parrot Lasts offer full loc rooin; proper tread for correct balance and oven wear; gentle arch sup- pnrl; wide lioe) base; sniig liip lines; and many hidden "extras". Lei our experl fitters recommend a Last for your child! At Popular Prices THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main Miss Martha Washburn Leader oi Cadet Nurses Miss Martha Washburn, daughter of Lieut. Col. and Mrs. A. M, Wasliburn of Little Rock, has been elecled president of her Cadet Nurses class nt Beltevue tHospital, New York City, where she is in training. Miss Washburn formerly made her home In Blythevllle when her father was county health director. Colonel Wasburn, who has been overseas two years, is now In Italy. The lummn heart varies in weight from eight to 12 ounces. The oldest national flag in the World is that of Denmark, which has been used since 121S. Energy-full • 'Vitamin Value' BACON TI'iFlavcr-ricri • M&mphiiPaeVingCo. Send Christmas Packages Early To Men Overseas LITTLE HOCK, Aug. 10 (U P )_ Arkansas postmasters arc .prepar- Ing to handle a tremendous amount of Christmas packages for Arkan- f.caii overseas. Many of the state's postmasters have received Instructions from Postmaster General Prank C Walker on steps to be taken In handling the packages, j All packages for men and worn men serving overseas should be mailed between September 15 and October 15 if they are to reach their destination on' time since many packages were undelivered last year clue to crushing lass O f wrapping and insecure tying « e nd cis have been asked to package their gifts In boxes made of metal .. so"" fiberboard or strong THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 10<M MARGARET'S^ BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. Flrrt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of, the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tax SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, 1 properly/designed, arc remembered always. -Our flowers are always fresh, nnd nil work Is guaranteed to please'. lit our'exnert designers help you with your floral needs • ^FLOWERSEOP F.T.D. SeiTfce We Deliver Anywhere Pb. 491 Sirs. J. M. (Mae) WfUfams, owner Glencoe Bldf. TO RUIN DRESSES . AND LOSE FRIENDS IT'S ttagic how some girls lose their - 1 - friends am! ruin their ilrcsscs because of jwrsjiiration odor and stains. And llicre's no excuse for it. Ji's wjy (o save dresses, it's eat) to sue friends. Use Arrid, the new cr«rn deodorant lint helps keep your armpits dry ani! removes die odor from perspiration. Arrid is sife and dependable for ihescyfi? reasons: 1. Arrid docs not irritate sJcin. Dots 0 not rot dresses or men's shins. 2. Prevents undcr-arm odor. Helps 'i stop perspiration safely. 3. A pure, white, antiseptic, suin- I less vanishing cream. i 4. No pairing to dry. Can be used I righr after ihavtng. j 5. Awarded Approval Seal of Atnet- jfc, ion Institute of Launclciinf; — '• • harmless 10 fabric. Use AtriJ regularly. Airid is the largest selling deodorant. SoU at a!l stores selling toilet £oojs — 39c and 59c a jir. (Mui Ta.) IF THAT'S THE WAY YOU FEEL ABOUT IT I'LL- STAY OPEN A FEW . AMNUTES LONGER SO YOU CAN BUYA DR. PEPPER VW-" < > ^ " )' > i clouble-fac«d corrugated fiberboard —reinforced" with gummed pnper tape or strong Iwlne. And the full address of both soidc-r and addressee should be placed botii outside and Inside of the lockage. The parcel, which Is to be marked "Christmas Parcel", must not exceed five pounds. And It must rot be more than 15 inches Jojjg or 36 Inches In length and girth combined. Net more than one 1 package a week may be malted to any one person. Perishable goods, intoxicants, In- flmninable materials and poisons are forbidden. Fountain pens and automatic pencils used '2800 tons of steel during 1941, enough for 430,000 shells for 75 mm. field guns. Coming Eventi FRIDAY MM. J. D. Smith will entertain C.B.C. Club. Mrs. Tom Mabry entertaining 400 club. Initial club meeting wllli Mrs. Lane Novell. Read Courier News Want AOJS ROXY HtUnen Bit. & Bun. Only . Opens each night 6:45; Blurb 7 Open* Honda? 1:00; BUrU 1:11 C*B(lnoau Shows 8»t. not Ban. Urftln Nlfbt Every Nlfbt Saturday. N» ftme* honored ou ! the Thursday and Friday Continuum Showi Eterj Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 M8TEN TO KU;H I:M BA. 12:45 p.m. «:!! A Ann MILLER Betty RHODES Jerry GOIONNA Johnnie JOHNSTON Thursday and Friday DARWL f. ZAHUM'S THE PURPLE HEART The roasters of this leading selling brand of Coffee & Chicory.. .Wm. B. Reily&Co. Inc.; extend to you this invitation: Take home a can of Luzianne.. use the entire contents . . . If you are not satisfied in every reipect your money will be rtfuncfid ... This guarantee appea To the People of the First Congressional District \ THANK YOU You have been most; ^onerous and conskler- Ue i» acconiijitf mo such in overwhelming majority in the July 25th Pri- nary. I am grateful for the privilege of serving ,'ou as your rcpresenta- iive in Congress. I urn rieartened and encouraged by your manifestation of confidence and trust, and assure you that I shall continue (o fight lo keep America [American and to safeguard those principles to ,vhich the South has al- ,vays adhered. Just receive'd a shipment of 20 ELECTRIC FANS----While they last 24.95 SEE THESE FANS TODAY! HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY 0. 0. Hardaway — J. W. Adams B08 W. Main phone 2071

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