The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1947 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, June 7, 1947
Page:
Page 2
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NBW3 SATUKDAY, JUNK V, 1947 Emily Wixaon, Society Editor Phone 461 Wise Honpjre<J . . Patricia Wise, bride-elect of ciliirence S. Webb, was compll- njeii ted lost night-' wb en Mrs. Gilbert' HartrMotk Trtid Mrs.'^' U :< 3 Thompson! 'Jive'Hcrtiiiried at the Hnminpck home, '510 North 13th St., with a iwrsonal shower. /Pale greeii taper's In crystal. holder;; burned on the table, which was draped with an ivory lace cloth and centered with a white Madonna \ase of mixed flowers. "Flowers in attraclive arrangements, predominated by those in lajvender. ,and green. ^shades, were placed throughout th<5 lionie. Gifts were presented to~ the Btiesf of honor in' a flower liisket in^ lavender 'and. gieen and each guest was presented a .replica mhi- nlurc basket filled .with floweis Tjic gifts .were recorded. , •The 22 guests included Mrs. Ron- al3 Geary of Zanesville, Olilo, guest other parents, .Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M Abbott, and family, Mrs. William Harrison of New- York City, Mrs. IJQycl V. Wise, mother of the bride- elect. and Mrs. Frank U Webb, mother ol the bridegroom-elect. Jhe hostesses served K desscr 1 course. Social Affairs Honor %,,-Mi'S.O. P.: Barber Mr and Mrs. oX,P. Barber' of Hammond Hieh School 'lawrcnce,' Kans," who, with their tended Indiana Stale Te Engaged soli. The engagement of Miss Hn/.c Ine/, Thompson of Morrllton, foi\ - erly of Blytheville, to George R Petrick of Hammond, Ind,, wa announced today by her mother Mrs. Minnie Thompson of Mori ton, also formerly of Blytheville. The wedding will be solenmi'/.ec in late Julie. Miss Thompson was graduate! from Blylhovlllc Hijjh Schixil am the Methodist School of Nursing In Memphis. Mr. Petrick was graduated from and at- reacheis Col- To'mmy; •• are'-hoiiscEiiests of-lege. Terrc Haute Barber's mother. Mrs. G. W. They will make their home In • Hammond. ! Bifs of News p'Hlnhuntv, wereMionored Inst night, wrth a dinner party by Mr. and Mi-s.i Fan-is McOalln. •••.•- '•:_ :-A': few in'fini'att' 'Irtends -of the '•Barber's were, oilier .guests. .Another affair given complimenting Mrs- Barber was- ft brlcl6«..par- tylwednes'day "afternoon by Mrs. Vernon.Tliomasson nt her home on QSyig Street. . ••' ifeie fpiir'tables of guests played bridge in a setting of flowers In • lirniVually effective arrangements. < Accen'leil jvlth pink and blue shades to*'parry out" the" color scheme also used -in- tallies, roses,, larkspur., aln- rtiolKnud hyrirnmieis were snnw.of the ijlowers decorating entertrjf.ing rooms throughout. ....,., ; v.,,. loirs'. Robert Grimes won high £ core -• prlzi^." Mrs..; Jcrrv . Poc .heW MJcqrid higli? and traveling prize went to Mrs. Jesse ?l. W.hite. . • ^•jic .hostess presented" Mrs. Barter a-girt. An iced course wns served. t; to l.w Guests At Dinner Here Tonight v ilr. aiid Mrs. Ernest Roe • will eiHerlnin tonight with a dinner pa>ty honoring guests from Memphis, where the Roes foraicrly made thftir home. '.frhey are Dr. nnd Mrs. Walter L. Wilhelm, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Hodges. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hustings, Mr. and Mrs.'Hobsbri Vnnrti- vor", Dr! nnd Mrs. George Burkle. Mfc.' aiid Mrs. Henry Phillips, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A Scott. ." ' ,*- * * *••'•'•' - v ' Era Wright Honored With Dinner Party. J,fiss 'Era Wrisht. .bride-elect ol Horace Coffer of Trimble Tenn. Vivian Taylor Hostess With Afternoon Party Vivian Tnj'lor entertained Thursday afternoon nl Ihe Vcrncm Tho- iuii"son homo, 300 East Dtwis, with « bridge parly in compliment, to Maureen Noiris, wlio recently arrived home lor the Summer Iron^ St. Cecelia Academy, Nashville. Garden flowers were nrrnnijcd In entertaining rooms tor tlie occasion. Jotviv Ti'lesclumuiii won liigli score bridge prize and prize for second yli went to Palsy BesVmrsc. The hostess, who was assisted by Mrs. Thomasson. her cousin, served a salnd course. Mrs. Byrum Hostess To CBC Club, Guest Mrs. Paul Byrum wns liostes. yesterday afternoon with a piuly to members of the CBC Club nnd rinotmir ' euest. 'Miss Jcanninc Echerer. Mis.' A. A. Hnnly won high •Mr. and 'Mrs. Bernard Chitwood .nd son, Cecil, of Oneida, Teun. ind Mrs. John A. Smith of Oneida are guest s of Mrs. Millwood's inn Mrs. fiililth's sister, Mrs. Pinil fuman, and family, for a week. Mill Johnson ;irrlved Thursday from Seattle, Wash., where he I student at University of Wash (ngton, for a brief visit with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.-\V. John son. and family. Fred Rutherford has arrive, home to spend the Summer vac.\ tion with his parents, Mr, an Mrs. Fred V. Kuthcrford. fro. Sliver City, N. Mex., where lie wr a student at State Teacher's Co lepfi. When Mr. nnd Mrs. O. P. Barber and son, Tommy, leave Monday to return to their home at I"Wrence. Kans.; nfter vlsitins; Mrs. Barber's mother, Mrs. G. W. Dllla- hunly. here, they will be accompanied by Vivian Taylor, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harmon Taylor. 'Mr. and M,rs. J. R. Lllzelselncr nnd thnlr son, Joe, will arrive IhlSj weekend for a few. days visit with Mrs. Llizelselner's mother, Mrs. S. P. Martin. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. A.'Hlggs or Tit- tin Rock are the guests of Mr. and Mis. A. Conwnv. Frank Nicholson I s nt hninn fi'irn Unlversltv of Arkansas, Faynlteville. spend the S'nuiner inrents, Mr. and olpon. lecent Bride Honored ' With Afternoon Party OSCEOLA, June 7. — Mrs. Willam E. Bcall, n recent bride, wa.'i lonored yesterday from 3 to 5 p.m. hen Mrs. Joe Cullom, Jr., O f When and Mrs. Fietty Nelle Starr of Osceola entertained 200 guests at Wilson Community Club Home. The Smorgsborg table was over- aid with a lace cloth. The table was centered witli a Stoke-on-Trent »wl filled with larkspur in mixed colors and silver canilelabruins of all pink tapers. Large white baskets of pink roses adding charm nnd color were arranged tluouf'h- nit club rooms. The guest of honor was presenter! i miniature Colonial bouquet. She wore a smartly designed frock In yollow Btiambruy with white accessories. Guests for out of town were from Blytheville, Osccola, Joiner, Frenchman's Hayou, Pecan Point and Memphis. Blytheville Man's Nephew Killed in Texas City Blast Ftmernl services were held today In Knoxvllle, Ton"., for James W. Child. Jr.. of Houston, Texas, nc- phtw or Dr. Fred H Child, 033 West Main St.. who was killed 111 the Texas City disaster six weeks a BO Missing since the disaster, Mr. Child, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W CliiUI of Houston, was nol Identl- tlcd until this week when Ills rhiB nii<l liult buckle were found in n far cml of the plant as workers continued to clear away ruins. He had left his parents' home in Houston to work In the Texas Clly plant. Mrs. John Lay Bishop Arrives at Peart Harbor Mrs. John lay Bishop of Dell 11 [is arrived at Pearl Harbor to join her husband.'Lieutenant Commander Bishop. USN. •Mrs. Bishop, the former Miss Virginia Martin, arrived at Pearl ilar- lior aboard the .Navy transport USS iBrockcnrldgc. Her husband Is serving with the Uth Naval District's ConinuiiitcitLlon Office. They will mttke their home at 10 Tarawa Drive, Makalaia, T. H. Church Group to Study Child Labor Legislation riple Wedding HOT SPRINGS, Ark., June 7. UP) — The Dancer .sisters of Bos- 'ell, Okla., — all three of them — were married in a triple eerenio- \ here this week Leslie Dancer, 34, waj wY to John H. Gill, .43; Dorothy Marie Janccr, 19, to Emil C Wilson. 21; an<] Betty Jo Dancer, 21, to Duster Parker, 23. Proposed Bill Requires Anti-Communist Oaths MONTGOMERY, Ala., Juno 7 (UP) .— A.bill was sponsored in the Alabama Legislature today which would require school teachers to take an oath that the are not communists Another proposed bill would make it a misdemeanor to hoUl mi'inbe; 1 - slilp in the Communist party. store In Little Hock last They were arrested in Springs. Tex., wreck while lin Pcmiscot County Reports First Polio Case of 1947 Caruthcrsville Girl Wed In California Ceremony •Miss >Wi«e Roberta Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Patterson of Carnthersvlllc, Mo., became the bride of B. J. Lewis, seaman first class, jn a ceremony his May 31 at Vallcjo, Calif. Chaplain Mrs. W. IJ. Mich- Maxwell J. Chance officiated. | Thp bride wore a white suit with •Mr. find Mrs. Russell Fo.ir, areoni- t )Mlc ' accessories and a shoulder muled .by hnr mother. Mrs. T. H. corsage o( pink roses, taynos, will leave' Monday for • Mrs. Ann Blum of Wlnona, Minn., FnycHevllle, where tl>w wi|l be wfls ] ler n ,nt rc , n o r honor. She wore bv Ihf-lr son, 'Harrv .Farr. rtntlent nl University score prize in games I'hey will visil Mrs. Haynes' son, Harold Haytips. onil Mrs. Hnynes, nt. Forl Smitli. where Mrs. Hnynes vill rcinnin for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Pnrr and Harrv will ga to (Monltink, Mo., for lishlng a few tliws before retiiuniinic home. Mrs. Mnrgnrot Crowdov of Oakland, Calif., is snei'.dhvt ;. week here with her mother. Parents,.Mr. and Mrs Ira nray nnd her two sons. Mr nnd Mrs. Jack Mister nwl son, Jolmnv. Iwve . arrived from. Pocomoke City. Md., to milk 1 : the|f home in Blytheville. Mrs. Mister Is the former Miss. Jtfinno Morris, (laughter of Mr. "ah'd Mrs. Hurvey Morris. ; Dr. W. P. Brewer after undergoing an micwUon the Buplist Hospital Jfe will be confined to his home Rt-910- Hearn-'St., /or some time but his condition is improved. Mr. and Mrs. P. ,J. Lnuman and son, Pete, of. New Orleans, Arrived ..lames McKcnuie of Blytlieville, first year law student nl University o[ Georgia, Atliens, recently wns installed as president of Phi Kappn Literary Society nt n banquet ut which Governor Thompson or Georgia was Guest speaker. The governor also served as installing officer at the affair. Mr. McKcnzle, son or Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKenzle, also 'ins . - ... „...,: suit \cllh brown accessories j keen elected vice president, of hi:; of Arkansas. nml a shoulder corsage of pink fraternity. Phi Deltn Tiieta. Cliild labor laws and tlieir forcc-menl nnd licultli conditions wil be Ihe subject of i syei:i.\: httiri CAnuTHr.RSVII.LE. Mo., Jsmo 7, urojjrnin for the Woninu'-, Society —The first Pcmiiwol County inliin- of Clirlstinn Service of the First, uic paralysis case this year was re- Mi-lhodisl OJinrcli in i meelim; iii ported tills week, Irom near SU^F the clmrcli nt ;) p.m. Monday. according to Di'. S. H. liceclicr. Mrs. Maude Melton will five the coml Ly health physician devotlonnl. Mrs. Jnmos Ij. Verlioel TJln victim. who'Vuiffered only is program ciiulnnnn and hnr an- 1 flight |i:ir;ilysis, is Opal Evelyn sislant.s are Mrs. GeD'.-;;t' Pylo.s and ;j|)[ OUi nB p,| ;>, claii^liler of Mr. and MIR. .1. E. Old. Hosi.;.;>fi tnclude: Mrs O n:ird Uplon, who live near Mrs. l?ali>li Bm'yman. Mrs S. C. 'Ktccle. Owens, Mrs. Dan Dnnkln, Mrs. P.; Tlie ' jn nc ..-, ; wns diniinosed l)y a D. Smith, Mrs. M';ll llrooks. S"'., j mythcvilV doctor, who sent the Mrs. Ella Armstrong, Mrs. E. L., p ni( , nl .. . l!1( | e hiia u> Dr. Bcccher. Joiit-s, Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs. J. H. [ Arrangements weio made Immcdl- Waudr.on mid Mrs. Artlu;i Hale. j alcljt t() tlans , 01 . (, ne patient to n 11 rippled children's hospital In SI. Louis, where she is now receiving Home Economics Classes Planned For Adult Groups The Home Economics Cottage al the High School will be open from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays throughout June for lisp of Blytheville people, it was announced today. H also will be open on Thursday afternoons for those who work i" stores closing Thursday afternoon. I Miss Elvira Sellers, Home Economics teacher, who will be at the collage, on these afternoons to assist with any problems si»Ul that all equipment in the cottage would Uc available for use at those times. Adult Home Economics classes _ ,„, „ .. will be held each Tiiesdiiy, jWednes-1 ulil n clean day and Thursday from U p.m. uiiulj (hat adjusts 3 p.m. Schedule for these classes i fallows: June 11. planning meals] for Summer; June 12, setting the; table and kitchen equipment; June, 33. canning ant] canning equipment;! June 1C, materials and patterns; June 17. cutting and fitting; June 18. sewing procedures; >Jimc 24. UDholslery and slij) covers; June 2f>. curtains, draperies and ru^s and June 25. home improvement in general. Classes will be open to 'all interested, Mi.Ss Sellers said. Feb. 27. Sulphur an automobile their getaway. James McKenzsa Named Literary Society Head of pink Nashville served 'roses'. Clyde Blum of as best man. Following the ceremony, n reception was given by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blnm nt their home on Mavc Island. Mrs. Lewis is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mis O. G. Anderson of Blytheville and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Lewis of Texarknna. treatment. Read Courier News Want Ada. ft * with the resKwktibielj&' MATHO-MAT/Clt NOZZLE At last-a vac self, with mati niatical exuc ness,to«w>-flo surfacefora tie high in tlcani efficiency! S it, cry it lotL 75 Robbers Sentenced 2LTTTI.E ROCK, Ark., June 7. (UP) —Two Texas ex-eonvicts yesterday pleaded ^uiltv to charges of robbery befoi'e Circuit Judge Lawrence C. Auten nnd wnre sentenced to eiidit years cacii in Arkansas State Prison. The Two— I/iwrcnce W. Thrash and William Thomas Callis—held up and robbed the Laster jewelry Coming Events hii-h went to Mrs. Leon Schere-. I for a weekend visit as nooko prlac was awarded Mr.-,.' R»^ of Mr and Mrs. Cornelius . TI JJ i Modinger and family The Lau- noses and lilies riecoratert the, '"«"« '"* ™™"\° ^ SI. Louis, and Thc •hostcs.i served ulai1 to al °P hcre "*""" briefly cookies on their return t.rip to New Or- assorted Byrum home, refreshments of with lemonade. Lois Turner Becomes Bride ot Wyoming Man Miss Lob Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Turner of Stecle, Mo., became the bride of It. J. Hy- I caiis. Miss Virginia Mnnn, dnup.hter Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Mann, spending this week in Memphis MONDAY Woman's Society of Christian Is at home Service of First Methodist Church —rtiUon .it meeting at the church, 3 p.m.,,. Memphis. I Woman's Auxiliary of First Pjres- bylcrian Church meeting in fltrcle. groups. Circle One with Mrs. Will- H. Pease. 902 Wnlnut St.: Circle Two with Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, Highway 01 South: Circle Three with Mrs. Walter Day. 1301 West Main St.; Circle Four with Mrs. J. E. Carter, 1108 Chickasawba Avc.. and Business Women with Mrs. Alice Womack, 412 Chickn- sawba Ave. ( '. \ Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting In circle groups, circln One with Mrs At The Hospital* BLYTHEVIMjE HOSPITAL Admitted: .Ricliard Push, Holland. Mo. nisrnissed: Mrs. Freeman Rol'inson, city. ; Eva L. Hargis, city. Mrs. D. E. Robinson and baby, Vity. Mrs. W. E. Shelton. Leachville. .WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mis s Kathryn Cleveland, city. Winifreti Wilburn. Holland. Mo. •Mrs. Q. T. Spravberry. city. pilie Pringle, city. rs,j-W. F. Stewart, city. with friends ami relativi will enroll Monday in Hawkins Business Colieg? Horace roller 01 Trimaie »eii!i.. „ . 0( , lntor . ir(1 was guest of honor last night when "«»• J r -' son ol t>_mie -™aior a .u Miss Mabel Began. Mrs Eunice! H'e.latc Mrs. R. ,. Ryuull of F, rt YCun, nnd Miss' Jessie Srlte en- ;arnn,le Wyo in a eieniom teilniiied .with a .dinner -party at Mk^ Hoaan's home. -Tlw -12> guests- were Intimate frauds nr|rt relatives of the bridc- to^'ne." They in'cluciert her. aunt. Mrs. Ora Wright, and cousin, Mrs. ^Madgc Brown, of Manila. 'Rose?" and swectpens and other gnjcleiv.flower s decorated the home. Miscellaneous pifts were presented- tOi'AIiES Wright. M.rs. Tuvck Honored; To Return to New York Wednesday afternoon at the Baptist Church of Stcele. The Rev. H. W. Ellis, pastor, officiated nt the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Robert Martin was her cousin's matron of honor nnd Fred L Kcllcy. fraternity brother of the bridegroom, wns his best man. Ushers were Willie D. McDaiiiel, cousin of the bride, ami Morris Turner, uncle of the bride. A program of prc-nuptlal j^'isic was presented by Miss I.ois Smith, organist, and Miss Maxie Woodhouse, vocalist- Tlie bride, given In marriage 05 wore n dress o! white Mrs. Frank J. Turck, who has corilintiPd to make her home wfjilc Lieutenant Colonel formerly stationed at Blyllic' .ami Army Air Field. wa s overseas a>i;l rletl a uoll q lie t o f white carnations, wlio will leave this month lo "- •-- • She Miller- tnere Lloyd Harold Florman To Receive BA Degree Lloyd Harold Florman, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Sam F.loriii'nn. will grndunte Tuesday from Unlversits of Alnbninn. Tuscnloosu. He will receive a Bachelor of Art degree in iisychology. Mr. and Mrs. Florman \vlll motor" to Tuscaloosa for commencement exercises and afterward they nnd their son will motor to Chattanooga to be the guests of Lloyd's fiance. Miss Marilyn Horowitz, nnd her parents, Mr- ami Mrs. H. Horowitz. Mrs. Iloyt Curler. Miss Helen McCann of University of Missouri. Columbin.. will r.peml the Summer with her mot'.ie.-, Mrs. Opal McCa'un': 1 Miss Gloria Yarbroti!;'.! h 'lomt to spend the Summer fiom Columbia, Mo., where she wns o. studfnt nt University of Missouri. Carbarn Ann Car!or, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Carter, Is at home'from Araulln, Mo., where, she was u student at UrsuliiiB Acaclomy. Carl Glover has returned l:i the Nnvnl Base at Clui-lt'inboii, Mel, after spending a 14-d.iy leave with his parents, Nfr. ;in-l Mrs. Hoy Glover. Good Used Furniture Is Found at Steele News Cleo Lnntiston, Circle Two with Mrs. Theodore Logan; Circle Three with Mrs. H U Chambers; Circle Four with Mrs. Fred Coneland: Circle Five with Mrs R. E. Blny- lock; Circle Six with Mrs. Floyd Simpson. The YouiiK Woman's Auxiliary or First Baptist Church will meet, with Miss Carolyn Wade. TUESDAY Charlevoix Chapter of Daughters ol the .American Devolution meeting nt Hotel Noble, 1. o'clock, with hostesses Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mrs. W. T. Obcrst and Mrs. S. P. Martin. THURSDAY Elliott Fletcher of United nauch- ter> ot the Confederacy meeting with Mrs. Marcus Evrarcl. wl'.h Mrs. W. M. McKenzle ns assistant hostess. Mrs Orover Wren will entertain Jolly Eight Club. Mrs. Ada Brooks hnj returned from Fort .Myers, Fin., where .'he s|>ent several months vacation. Mrs. Ada Wells and daughter? Polly nnd Patty of Or.uly. N M. are spending two wcaks with Mr nntl Mrs. O. V. Wells nnrt family. Polly will remain in Steele far tho Summer. Mrs. Thomas C. Wlutflclcl of Nashville spent this week with hss parents. Mr. an dMr=>. J. F. Fisk. Kenneth Berry, CuUon Porle: nnd Rondall Workman, who arc students ut University of Missouri Cohimhia, have arrived home t spend the Summer. Mrs. Margaret Morgan lias re turned to her home at Lou:; Beach Calif.., nfter a week's visit wiih hr sister. Mrs. H. J. Tn'.jm, and Mi Tatuni. Mr. and Mrs. Che.*;" Barnes o College Stntion, TCXK.I.- nre in guests of fi-iends and relntlves. Mrs. Lama SLrolnen ;.ipd< Mrs. clarion Burdine have enrolled at Arknnsns State Collctje, Jonesljoro, or the Suiiimer term. Mr. and Mrs. Rob?it Reynolds inve returned after .1 week'> visit vith relatives nt Siwinmih, Tenn. Bobby Carter, who has been :i student at Butllet;r'jH:i'l Aeaticmy. Frnnkliii, 'J'eini., will spend the Summer with his parents, Mr. an:i e nvre her father, wore n dress o! white i Turcic," saliu fashioned with fitted bodice .hcville fllu , a sw eethenrt tipckllne. She car- turn to, htr hoiue. in 'New York, was complimented last night when Mrs. T. J. Barnes entertained with a 'dessert bridge at her home nt 400 D4u?an St. The hostess was assisted by 'Mrs. Frank Grinsby. Mrs. A. H. Wallace nnd Mrs. Don Edwards. The parly .•was given as a surprise to Mrs.! Tjirrk. • ' I •When the four tables of guests] pri"Pd brinse. nigh score prize went trf Mrs. Theodore Logan, second to A^rs. Tufck fj lpw_ to Mrs. B. M. M.itlhews aW traveling prize to Mrs. Sam'fykes. . . .Summer'flowers used in decora- tiftns wpre predominated with roses aad hydrangeas..,: » For traveller, Mrs. Rymill chose n white Suininer suit \'*(h brown accessories and pinned an orchid corsage at her shoulder. Following Ihe ceremony, a reception was held In the clmrcli dinine room. Mrs. Willie D. McDanlcl nnd I Mrs. Morris Turner presided at the refreshment table- Tlie bride wns graduated from Warden, Mo., High School nnd has Iwen employed In Washington, D. C. Mr. Rymill Is n veteran of two and a lialf years service in Panama. He will graduate this Summer from University of Wyoming, where he is a member of Knppa Sigma fra- ternty. SRECIAL With Each Of The Following Permanent Waves We Are Giving a Free Manicure! Reg, $12.5Q Realistic $10.00 Reg. 512.50 Euqene ... $10.00 Royal Machineless ; Reg. $12.00 ..... $10.00 ; Reg. $10.00 Balm Ray $8.50 i JANIECE'S BEAUTY SHOP Ph 0 i»e2690 HEAT Not Moths • Is the Greatest Enemy oi your FURS Certified Cold Storage Send us your woolens, too! The cost of storage is so slight you cannot afford to be without this protection. Absolute Protection . We /nvite Your 1 Inspection. Blytheville Steam Laundry Phones 418—410 JIMM1E EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Plume 2487 < Announcing rs ELECTRIC SHOP • House Wiring 9 Farm Wiring • Repairs * / Phone 2397 HOO North Sth Street Bob Powell T. W. *Hop' Neil All Work Guaranteed Your Business Apprtcinlrd Announcing the Opening of the New E.B.C. CLUB Largest in the South Seating Capacity 500 Highway 18 Blythevillc Special June 17 Johnny Long and his 10-Piece Band with ANITA NANCE Singer 9 'til 1 Make Reservations at Club E.B. Chitwood Adams Appliance Co. J. W. ADA5IS, Msr. '.'.OR West -Mllln St. IMionc :'.07l apple blossom deodorants by helena rubinslein APPtE BIO5EOM DEOBOKAMT CREAM~. .. Silky, gentle, safe .....for your underarm?, tjie. soles of your feet. Big 2 oz. jar. Special, . OU ATPLE BLOSSOM DEODORANT COLOGNE.. .new, liquid cle- odorfinl ... to smoolli all over your body after your bath. Keeps you dainty all day. 1 4 '5 oz. botlle, 1.00. ' ,/.,,« ROTHROCK Drug Co. 205 West Main St. Phone 451 For Your Children's Summer SunsuJfr, i Visit The TOT SHOP Conliniious Shows , Evt-i'y Day ox Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarl;; 2:00 '- LISTEN-TO Kl.CN - , - jn. ' -12:l^- : p.m - 4:30 p.m. I.ast Time Today ^ Rancho Grande with Gi!nc Aulry Son of Guurclsniiin No. 15 ;xiul Short Continuous SHowini; Huturihiy . Sunday mnd Monday- Paramount Nrws and Selected Short Subjtiels Continuuus Showing Suniln 1:15-11:00 The safe, sure way to guard your new home agarnst termite damage is to see that foundations, floors and other parts in contact with the earth are built of concrete. READY-MIX CONCRETE helps your builder Ready-Mixed Concrete is uniform in tjuality, accurately proportioned to the correct "mix" for your job. There's tio mess to clean up because our trucks dump the concrete neatly into forms. And your builder gets the benefit of our big-volume, efficiency methods. Ask for the names of contractors who can build you a quality job at the right price. HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South 70th St. Phone 3531 i Box Office OIH-IIS n( Show Starts 7:1T> Opens Sunilay 1:30; Starts !:t, r > Continuous Shoiv^ S.it. nnd Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Kxccpl No passes lionofrd on Sunday ai UlC ItONJ' Last Time Today Danger Ahead \vilh Jhunrs Nc\vill Serial—Chirk Carter No. 4 anil Sborl Continuous shi>\viii£ Salnrtlay 12:30-11:30 SUNDAY and MONfiAY KOffiE RAFT-CLAIRE TREVOR JS1GHE HASSO i Fox News and Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing; Sunilay

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 10,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free