The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 12, 1946
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BLYiMKVILLE ,.(ARKJ COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 12, 194C Blyth?yille Residents Attend Beauty Pageant Blj'lhevillc people In Paragould last night for the "Miss Arkansas" beauty pagcnt included several close friends of "Miss Arkansas'' (Miss 'Rebecca 'McCalD, Jaycees, newspaper. re|X>rters, and others who went to support the Blythe- vlllc ehU'y. Accompanying Miss McCnll wore Miss Lois Eich. "Maid to Miss Blylheville." and Miss Shirley Barham, her plnno accompanist, both friends .from High School days when. all were In the same class. In another party were Mr. ami Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Morris and Miss Betty Black. Miss Eugenia Crawford, home after receiving her master's degree at*Iowa Slate College, was there. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Mr. and Mrs. Nccly Young, Mr. and Mrs. J. K Ashcratf, G. O. Poelx and James L. Guard. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Slephenson were there as were Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Grater, H. L. Halsell Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Halscll. Jayeees attending Included J. T. Sudbnry, Jlminlc Sanders, Tom O'steen, Joe Warren, Rouse Harp nnd Roland Bishop. Among others were Joe Sallba, EdscI Harber, Rosco Crafton, Don Chamblin, John White. Todd and Max Harrison and Dob Bcrryman. • • • . Mrs. Huey Hostess To F. R. C. Members Mrs. T. O. Huey was hostess yesterday afternoon with a party lor members of .Friendly Rook Club and another guest, Miss Helen Wren. In rook games, high prize went to Mrs. Neville Blakcmore, second to Mrs. Giover Wrent and rooko to Miss Bendonnn Huey. The hostess served a salad vjlate. Hokes Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke. 111 South llth, are parents of a son born yesterday afternoon at Memphis Methodist Hospital. He is Iheir first child. Mrs. Hoke is the former Miss Mildred Loui Hubbard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard, who are with.her in .Memphis. Supper Dance Held For Club 28, Guests The Hul was the scene last night of club 28's monthly supper dance when hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Shelburnc Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Marinan Taylor and Dr. and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims. Summer flowers decorated the lobby and ballroom. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roc, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rccder, Mr. and Mrs. R li. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, llershell Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard All™, Mr. and Mrs. Thad NIchol.- Mr. and Robinson and Dr. Ulley. Mrs. Freeman and Mrs. F. E. Bits of News Mostly; Personal pital. Mrs. Audreancl Freeman and daughter, Jlimnle Francos, 719 Chlckusnwb-H. niu! her sister and houseguest, Mrs. Harold Morton, and daughter, liillie Hose, of New York City, spent yesterday In Memphis. Last night they attended The MOAT to see "Bohemian Girl." Mrs. ilia Solomon Dies in Brownsville, Tex. Fidelis Class Meet Held At /Hunt Home Mrs. Nfey Hunt was hostess last night to' members of the Fidelis Sunday .School Class of First Baptist church with a buffet supper. • The Hunt home, 918 West Ash, was decorated with arrangements of flowers. A bowl of roses and regal lilies centered the serving t«ble. Mrs. a, C. Hawks presided at the brief business session, which included a report by Miss Maude Adenis on an Indigent elderly couple the. cla-ss befriends. Dr. Edna Nles was in "charge of the devotional. The 18 members present included the class teacher, Mrs. Marion Williams. , Mrs. Nail Hostess , The GNB Club met last night at the home of Mrs. Byron Nail for a bunco party. A guest"was> Mrs. Alvin Lane. In the evening games, bunco prize was awarded Mrs. W. C. Colston, .high to Mrs. John Tyrone and low to Mrs. Crandall Kinuingham. Entertaining rooms were decorated with bouquets of flowers. The hostess served n dessert plate. . ; Mrs. Pollard Hostess Mrs. W. M. Robinson of St. Louis, Iiousegucst :bf her mother, Mrs. A. M. Butt and family here. was complimented Wednesday morning with an informal party given by Mrs. W. J. Pollard for 12 of Mrs. Robinson's most Intimate friends. 'Hie family home. Oil West Ma was decorated with bouquets ol flowers from their garden, with snapdragons and pansics featurcc in special• arrangements. Mrs. Pollard presented the guest of honor a gift. Juanttn Elicrdt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oils Kberdt. 1113 llcain, Ims returned from Dallas, Texas, where .she was (he guest six weeks of her sister. Mrs. Prank McDon- nld, nnd Mr. McDonald. The Ifev. S. B. Wllford, pastor of Firsl Methodist Church, and Mrs. Wllford have returned Ii-&m Mount Seriuoyah, where they attended a four-day Jurlsdlcllonal conference on Missions and Church Extension this week. Mrs. Joe Nelson of Chlco, Calif., has arrived to be the guest of her parcnte-ln-Iaw. Mr. n mi Mrs. Seward Hosp, at their home on Highway Gl North. Mrs. Amite J. Boone, 713 \Vest Main, and Mr. and Mrs, Sanford Boone. 1034 Walnut, returned, last night from Mnmmoth Cave, Ky., where • they attended n family reunion. W. J. Wundcrllch Jr., has gone to Camp Carolina, Brevard, N. C.. to spend eight weeks. Mrs. E. H. Ford left this movn- ing for Chicago lo spend two months wllh her daughter, Mrs. Loreiie Clampltt, and family. Mrs. Clnmpitt and two daughters. Mavis Rene and Oma Rosenmrlc, who hurt been here a week, returned with Mrs. Ford. E. H. Ford will spend Saturday uid Sunday in Little Rock, having aeen invited to attend a meeL'viig of corps majors of the .Salvation Army's southern division. The-Hev. and Mrs- Bates.-Slurdy and daughter, Mary. COS ' South Lake, will leave Sunday night for Yell and Bcnton counties, where they will visit, relatives lor two weeks. They will be accompanied home by their son, John, who has been the guest of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Foster, at Havana, Ark. Mrs. Milton Caven of Helena will lie the weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, and Mr. Cherry. 1101 West Main. Ensign Clint Wheat, u. S. N., is home on terminal leave, having arrived here from San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Odell Sunders ol Macon, MLss., are Ihc guests of Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs.- MV O. Usrey. and family, until Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. V. E. Bul- fworth of Compton, Calif., will te the guests next week or Mr. iiul Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, and fin-iiUy. ill North Sixlh, and other friends :iere. The Rev. Mr. DiUtcnftirlh formerly was pastor or Hlythevlllc First Christian church. Mrs. Audrey Weeks of Dry Point La., is the guest here of tier uncle Dr. W. A. GrimmcU, 113 South Lake. E. M. Eaton, 113 Chicknsawba, undergoing treatment at Walls Hos- Mrs. Ella Solomon of Urowns- vlllo, Tenn., mother or Mrs. Allen Plckard and Mrs. .1. T. J'« son, Ijolh of Blytheville, dlcil at Brownsville Hospital at 4 o'clock tills morning. Khu was 07. Death followed an illness of several months of a heart atlmcnl. Funeral .services will be held at the family home In Brownsville tomorrow afternoon. 4 o'clock. lol- loued by burial In the cemetery there. Mrs. Solomon was well known In Blythi.'villp where she often had visited her daughters and I hell- families. She also leaves flvn other daughters and two sons. Mrs. Peterson was in Brownsville wllh her mother at DIG time or dciilh, and will be joined there lomorrow morning by Mr. ivie!- scm and Mr, and Mrs. Plckard. At The Hospitals Walls llns|iilal Admitted: Mrs. Frank Wurren. city. Mrs. W. C, Council, Stcele. Mo. E. C. Bralcy, Wilson. E. M. Eaton, city. Julia Wright, Slcele, Mo. Ethel Dcaso.'.. city. Lester Gill Jr., Deli. J. E. Littleton, IU., city. Dismissed: Mrs. James Miller, city. Ott White, city. J. H. Little, Holland, Mo. lllyllicvlllc Hospital Admitted: Clarence Gcan, city. Ann Ashley Rimcll, Luxorn. Jimmle Hart. Osceola. Alma Laymon. cltv. Mrs. B. E. Ilobbs, city. Sherrle Butler, Wilson. Oracle Wilson, city. James Russell, Dell. Mrs. T. J. unss, Dell. Dismissed: Jerry Lee Bynum. Armorcl. Mrs. H. H. Mnlhis, city. Memphis Huplist llo'splln! Admitted: Vergil Utley, Holland. Mo. Stylon, Proctor. Stcele. Mo. Memphis .Mi't!iinllst Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Sam Coats, Luxova. Separation Center In Memphis. He is a veteran of 19 months service, of which 15 months were In the Pacific Theater. • • • Leonard E. Pierce, motor machinist's mate third class, mn of L. E. Pierce of Route 1, lias received a discharge from the Navy at the Separation Center In Memphis. A veteran of 21 months service. In: was on duty In the i'scil'la 1] months. HONORABLE DISCHARGES Paul E. ririfTRs, seaman first class. J.on of Mr. and Mrs. Jake GrlBgs. has been discharged from the Navy IU the Separation Center in Mcm- ihis. 4 • » Octns W. Hudson, (iuarle.rmar.ler iilrd class, sou ol Mr. and Mrs. Ubert N. Hudson- has bccu dts- hnrged from the Navy at the Dancing Every Tuesday »• n * Thursday •IM) Saturday Nofe fry Aufcc Doyle Lee i ., and his 7-Piece Band For Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES Too Late To Classify Lot* lllark .-nrlcT Mmiii'l. I,,,],],,,,! , a i| sirny- '.] 'i'lii'Mliiy. K,.»:.r,!. n,,,n,. Kllll nr lli "- I l-|ik-l I For Sale. REVIVAL MEETING Starts Sunday, July 14, at Immanuel Baptist Church (> Miles Wcsl of Hlylheville The Meetings Will Be Conducted by Bro. Rex Brown I'aslor of Firsl Baptist Church. I.r.irhvillc Bro. Paul Blue Taslnr, Firsl Ilailtion Church, Cottonwool! Point Will Lead and Direct the SinRin Come: You'll Enjoy These Services A Daily Vacations! Bible School Is Being Held Dally at Ihf Church Under the I.cartcrship of Mrs. Flora Mac Kin(r. 1 ^Bro. A. M. HOUSTON, Pastor Bikini Bomber Wins Long Race With the Stork TAMPA, Fin., July 12. (UP1 — Maj. Wixxlrow 1 J . Swniicutt won his race with the stork ns 115 wheeled the Illkinl bomber. "Dave's Drciiin," Into Tampa last night before the arrival of Ilis expected heir. Hut today Major Swnncntt. was li'nrning tl>at obstetrics arcu'l co- ordiniited on a split-second "bombs awny" .scliedule. And with only throo days l)cl'or«' he must report to Hnswell. N. M., Swnneiiti feared tliat hl.s 20.IJUD mile dash lo be wllh Ills '.vile \\hen their child arrives may have been In vain—If IhiiiKs don'l sLr.rL liapiieninj; pretty soon. Mrs. SwancuU floured the baby would be born Ilils week, maybe tomorrow—she hoped. The hnmlsoinc, .'il-ycar-old Army man. who flew from Kwajnleln to Tninpn without, incident, after luy- IIIK the fourth nlom bomb in hls- lory, was greeted at MncUIll Field last nlglii by his prclty wife. "Hello, atil." Swancutt said, as he took her Into his arms. "Hoy; are yon?" "Fine," she smiled. "I'm .sure glad to get home In time." be grinned. Then (bey drove off. she lalking ibout Bikini nnd i lc discussing i, n - Uios. Royal Gesture As King George looks on, n kiss for Ihs bride is blown by Great liritiiin's Queen ICMxnbcth at the woddiny in Westininslcr of Princess iCliziiuclirs liKly-in-wniting. Mrs. Vicnry (Jibbs, to the Queen's ncplicw, lion. A. C. V. Elpliin- > stone. Siam's New King IJoslon-oorn I-'ruice I'liumipnon Advildet, nbuvc, IB, has ascended the Ihrone of Siam, yucceedinj^ his l)r<jlher, AnancEa IVUiliidol, who died after a shooting ucei- dent in the royal palnce in Bang' kok. The new king wris born in Boston while his father wo* . studying at Harvard. Lepanto Girl Student At N. Y. Music School Miss Doris Pressgrovc of Lei> Is enroled In the Jullllard Hchool of Music in New York for (lie Summer session, which comi'iiies through August 0. Miss Pressgrove, studying pl.ino iiiuler Louisa Stojowski, Is one of more Ilinn 1800 students enroled In the school. The Brazilian government has officially dropped the letters K. Y. and W from the alphabet. WASHER SERVICE I'Jiilip Frrl Vncimm ('lc-:im-rs. Kn.j». Iron* nn.l Niunil A|i|.lin.,c,-s i:..|,;Lin-.l. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. W. ADAMS. Mk-r. rjjt.lli> 2071 'JOG-OS \V. Main Wilt Have Convention There will lie n Mississippi County .sliming convention Sunday afler- >noon. 1:30 o'clock at iiiverside Church, located on Highway •») ul Osc'colii. near Swift Store. The public is invited, II was announced by Bill Michael, president of the croup, w i, n added that Ihciv possibly would Ire special numbers. Wyoming j s using mobile X-ray I units to conduct n survey on tuber culosLs in the stale. Where Your Flowers Are — You Arel One call to us will arrange to have your remembrance., sent, not just onco/but month after month. about this plan SHOP T Very Smart Slylo! One- eyelet Tie I/xitor Natural col- cir-suntan, AA througli II. Vitality A» Open lioad )w It's nilTorrnt! White and Tan Trim DoR-oar Sling i'uni]>. AA and 13 Viliilily * Open liond y : HOES •rtoHy Open Ronrf Shoo OulJoOf and Campus Wcnr J5,50om) $6 FRITZIUS "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS If you miss this one—well. T wouldn't talk about you if course, but 1 will say, I'll be terribly disappointed In both your Ihriftl- ness anil your—all—native intelligence. "Always Something New"— -variety is the spice of life! Bo. living up to my past record—here is Komclhini! NEW in our "Saturday Specials." DICAR IN MIND, PLEASE, THERK ARE NO O. P. A. RESTRICTIONS—I could of course (;<> "up" on Ihc prices of (he items listed below—and I'd sell every last one of them too but Prit/.lus is going "down"! Yes, mam! I said "down!" For one day and only one (you don't want me to no broke, do you?i so don't call me up Monday and say "Harry, I just didn't know it only lasted one day." If'you do. I'll just laiurh .-Mid remind you that only people who ean't. read or Ihose too poor to buy Friday's Courier miss rending Fritzlits ads! Look over these prices—the merchandise listed below will be conveniently displayed Saturday and plainly marked. There will be hundreds of other bargains, too! Here is FrltJdus answer to President Truman and Mr. Howies warning that America's retail merchants will sky-rocket prices!!! 1. Fieldcrest Pine Towels: Regular Price flO cents: Saturday 75c Regular Price 02 cents: Saturday 49c Regular Price $1.13: Saturday.". S9c Regular Price S2.2. r i; don't miss this: Saturday Sl.Gfl Hand Towels, red border, regular 'Mr.: Saturday 2oe Large White, red or blue trim, regular li<!c; Saturday Me Large White, blue border, regular TJc; Sutiirday 5Do Extra Large Plain White, regular 1!)c: Saturday S!ic 2. Genuine Goodrich Double Coated Rubber Slicetiim, regular price $1.20 yard: Saturday '. UOc Finest. Pure White Crinoline 42" Lace: for curtain panels. regular $1.50 yd.; Saturday .' nsc Very Rare Pine White Marquisette-. 40" wide, for stately lace curtains, regular 77c yd.: Saturday ftOc 5. Pieldcrest Toweling, regular price 28c yd.; Saturday yd. 19c (i. Chenille Spreads, full bed sb.c. lots of Chenille, beautiful colors, a bargain at our regular price of 12.33; Saturday U.75 7. Extra Large Black Bread Pans, rcg. 43c: Saturday....'. 3Sc 8. Aluminum Egg Turners, bargain at 25c: Saturday IDC 0. Aluminum Skillets, large, regular 1.49: Saturday; Bile. 10. Spring Clip Clothes Pins, reg. 30c do*.; Saturday, do?,. IQc •11.' Pielderest Sheet Blankets, regular 2.GH; Saturday l.<>8 12. Pieldcrest Pinlo Indian Blankets, reg. 2.55: Saturday.. .1 95 13. Fieldcrest 57« Wool Blankets, double blankets, reg. price pair $3.98; Saturday p r . $3 25 14. Pieldcrest Blankets, 25% wool, double, regular price pr. 7.50; Saturday ego 15. Large Basket Clothes Hamper, regular price 2.25; Sat. 1.50 10. Lard Stands, Lids, Handles, shellacked to prevent rust; fine for garbage cans, boiling clothes, canning, etc., regular 59c; Saturday ss c 17. Really Fine Pnrasols, regular 8.39 050 Regular 4.05 3.98; Regular 4.88 3.89 18. Men's Striped Broadcloth Shorts, large clastic inserts, metal grippcrs, bargain at 59c; Saturday yr. 30c 19. Men's White Genuine Navy "T" Shirts, long tails, full cut. rcg. price 1.25: Saturday MC 20. Ladies Fine White Rayon Panties, regular sizes, reij. 1.25 Saturday ' 8 g c 21. 4-Pull Pounds Quilt Bundles, fine large scraps, including velvet, rayon, etc.. a real bargain at SI.OO: Saturday 75c 22. Genuine "USA-Lite" A. E, B Batteries, a real bargain at $5.95; Saturday ....$450 23. Good Outing, dark colors, regular price 2. r >c yd; Sat. yd. 15c 24. Genuine "Trushay", the beforen and lotion," everywhere 50c; Saturday " %Q C 25. All Men's 4Dc ,t 50c Dress Socks: Saturday 3 pi-' 1.00 35c & 39c Socks—4 pr. $1.00: all 19c to 25c Socks pr. If>c 2G. All Enamelwarc. ton numerous to list separately, for one day, at greatly reduced prices. 27. All Ladies fc Children's Blouses, Panties, Training Pants, Dickies, Collar Sets, .laboe and Rubber Girdle Panties, too numerous lo list, at prices you won't believe, this one day only. (Dy the way. we have the largest assnrlmciit of beautiful Sheer Blouses and the most complete line of Panties lover-si/e, tool in towni. 28. Big Reduction—one day only—on all Bov's Polo Shirts, Sport Shirts, Dress or Work Shirts and Hoys' Shorts. BUT, HERE'S THE BIG NEWS, LADIES We'll have fun for a day anyhow! In addition to all these "cra/.ily" low prices on our precious critical merchandise, we are really going to do something. There is n "method in our madness." We have week after week begged you to make a list of all your home needs & to let us Mil it for you. Most of you still don't realize how completely we can fill all your needs. Well today we are going lo pay you to bring your list wilh you. either on paper or in your head. Don't forget such items ;\s Floor Wax. Mops >t Hrooms, Shelf Hardware, i. e. Screen Door Springs. Locks, etc., Tooth Paste. Tooth Brushes; your favorite Make-up Cream*;. Face Powder, Shampoos. Hair Oils. Razor Blades. Talcum, etc.; Dishes of all kinds; Staple Medicines, Bandages, etc.: Toys; Stationery, School Supplies, AnkleUs. Thread, all kinds of Pius & other Notions. How about an all Steel Ice Pick or a Mouse or Rat Trap; anylliiiiB tor (he home. BRING YOUR LIST With every cosh purchase of $18 to $28 we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE One pair of Chipman Sheers Full Fashioned RAYON HOSE With every cash purchase of $28 or more we will give ABSOLUTELY FREE one pair of the world's most beautiful hose— "Chipman's Full Fashioned Super-Sheer Nylon Hose THERE IT IS, FOLKS FRITZIUS "Always Something tjew" Store Opens Saturdays 8:30 a.m.; Closes 10 p.m. 2017 W. Main Phone 3457 ITCHING <#PIIVIPLES ^ B1ACKHEAOS. USC t> • V Ml SKIN SUCCESS OINTMENT [We Have Them! . . BATHINETTE'S "Babce Buoy" Bathers Gift Wrapping FKKK TOT SHOP Phone 2308 105 South Second Midsummer Clearance All Our Summer Dresses and Summer Baas To Ole:ir ;it HALF PRICE Anne Hamilton Shop 1007 West Main St. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:4» Show Starts Z:«0 LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00. a.m. U:45jp.m. 4:30, p.m. Last Time .Today SaratogaTrunk ivilh G:iry Cooper and I HE; rid Hnrgmaii Selectpd Short Subject Continuous Showing Everyday Saturday Gunning for Vengeance with Charles Ktnrrrtf Seriul "Furesl U:in«ers" No. 8 :iinl Short Cont'cl Shows S:it. 12:SO (n 11:30 Bundny ft Monday Little Giant with Aliliott and C'nslcllo Paramount News Also Shorts. C'onf'd Slums Sun. 1:15-11:00 Matinees Sa(. & San. Only Box Office Ojiens 0:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. anrl Snn. Bargain Nighl Every Night Except Saturday. No passes lionorcd on Sunday at the Itoxy. Last Time Today A Tree Grows in Brooklyn wilh nnrnlliy JIcGuir.- Si-lrcleil Short Snlijrcts Saturday Saddle Serenade with .limmy Wakc-Iy Scrhil "Who's (.uilty- No. 10 and Short Conl'd Shows Sal. 12:30 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday Sing Your Way Home with .Tack llnlcy ,fc Ann Jeffreys Cnntlnnons Showing Snn. 1:15 la li

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