The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 15, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 15, 19-16 Miss Davis Married To William Thompson fnnilly of Charleston, Mo., were guests ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Stanley, 409 Clilcknsnwba, nnd other relatives, for the weekend. First fierut. Vli-Rll Fisher of At- Innln, an., formerly of Hlytheville, Is BtU'St of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1'. Friend, !058 Holly, until Wednesday. Ecrgcanl Flslicr, reared in leans. I ' ~,~ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gray, of Memphis, were grests yesterday of Mr. nnd Mrs. c W. linmey. Mrs. Gray Is (lie former Miss Siic' nnmey, Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Barliam nnd dnuylitcr, Wiuula., 1130 West Chiekasawba. and Mr. and Mrs. Longs' Son Named The son born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Long last Tuesday nt Blytne- Mlss Betty Lou Davis, daughter vil)e Hospital nns ocen joined of'Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis, 407 jToinmli? Gray. He is their first SeUth' -Itttf' Street, became the ' cn |id. bride of William Thompson in a i Mfs Long vvns before her mm ceremony Thursday night at the ttnec Mlss Jnm | c , york or Huffman, home of the bride's sister, Mrs. c(aud Alexander. 603 North Fifth. (The Rev; L: C. Ramsey, pasior of the Assembly of God Church, ofjiciated.,,' '-. i . • - ; Miss Juahitii Davis was her sister's maid of honor and Rlchnrd MVFiill, cousin of the bride, was M}. Thompson's bast man. fTlie bride wore a figured crepe dijess with beige accessories and n corsage of red carnations. Following Oie wedding, Mrs. Alex- niicler was hostess with a reception ,-Jor tlie couple. The .home was ':, decorated with arrangements of red . ' Ssoth: the bride and bridegroom nuyided Blytheville schools. A vet- crnn of six years army service, he noV is nssistnnt manager of Liberty Cash Grocery. He Is the nephew of. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hester. Krthday Party Honors Mrs. F. D. Underwood ^Mrs. P. D. Underwood wasguesl of honor Saturday when in observance of her birthday her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Houchlns, cnler'fdmeU ' with n party. cThe 30 guests gathered In the living room of the Houchins home, 1000 West Main, which wns decor - afed frith; effective arrangements of- Summer flowers. 'Mrs. Underwood's granddftugh- . tej, Mrs. Mildred English, prcsidctl i'arbro Club Women Have Business Meet The Ynrbro Home- Demonstration Club met lust Tuesday for an nil- day session at Ynrbro School with 11 members and n guest Mrs. Evin Jones, present. The meeting wns opened with i;ronp singing and the roll cnll answered with hints on canning. Mrs. Lcc SI lies gave the clevo- lionnl. Uikcit from the 13th clinp- ter of Psalms. "Don't He Too Harsh" was Mrs. Gene McGuire's subject. In the business session plans were nmde for atlendiiig ' ! 'e Summer rest camp. Mrs. 15. A. Huge, Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth and Miss Cora I-'ce Coleman piirticipiiled on the program, discussing accidents nroinul the farm nnd insects that hnnn shrubs and how lo destroy (hem. Mo. nt the refreshment table. |noon. '•Feature of the evening was the Dismissed: At The Hospitals niytlievillc Hospital Admitted: Betty Jo Robinson, Holland, Leo Dodson, city. G. A. Edwards, city. Jerry Wade, city. Bernice Barber, Dell. Mrs. Edgar Stadner, Hayll, Mo. Oliver Coppcclgc Jr., city. Pauin Jean Ashley, Rt. 2, city. Born to Mr. and Brs. Bill Edgar Hubbs, -city, a son Saturday nflcr- presentation of the guest of hon- oj's gifts "Bx . her three-ycnr-old great - granddaughter. ., Constance English.- Refreshments included the traditional ice cream nnd birthday eqke. -'Guests Included Mrs. Milton Caven of Helena, hoiisegucst of her sister, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, and Mr. Cherry, and Mrs. Piniik Tpmlinson ot Atlanta, Ga., here •with her mother, Mrs. S. p. Ciaf- ton, nnd ••.family, i Sorority Has Picnic ,'Alphn Alpha Chapter of Beta S{gma,phi Sorority members .and their dates gathered last night ; jU the home of Mlss-Jjynn Jackson for aMiayVtde'and picnic. .,,..,- I?r<^ai I the^ Jacicsoh" home,*; 1412 West Main, the group' went to the Mississippi River at Barficld for th$; : weiner .roast. V - , , • • • Qot-of-Town Guests onored Last Night SRobert Berryman. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Berryman, entertained last night with n picnic complimenting his two house- Euests, Dick Hughes nnd Kenneth Stephensbn, bolh of Memphis Tlie three were in the Navy to- gelher. - , •The • group went lo the Missls- slssippi River at Barfielcl for t!ic picnic.. • Bits ;of News' Mostly; Personal I \=iJ city. city. Clarence Genii, city. Mrs. Paul Alford nnd baby, Willie Stewart, Luxorn. Gracle Wilson, city. Roy E. Ford. Rt. 3. city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Shirley Kinninnionth. cily. Mrs. W. S. Roberts. Rt. 1, Cjnv Germ, city. Nadinc Eakin. nt. 1, city. Mrs. Clny Matthews, til. 1. Ollie Mae Curtis, Arniorcl. licssle Naiilne Hill. Lux'orn. Ben Abbott, city. Louis Sullivan. Slcelc. Mo. \ Frances Ann Logan, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry iriincs. city, n son yesterday. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. II. C. Bailey, city, n daughter yesterday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dcr.- .011, Rt. 2, cily, n dnii(-hlor yesterday. .:,- , . .,,. Dismissed: •• v .Inhn Boonc. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Fred Hodge, city. E. c. Brnley, Wilson. Sandra Joel Davis, JoinOr. Julia Wrighl, Sleele. Mo. Lester Gill Jr., Dell. Mrs. Frank Wnrrcn. city. Mrs. Helen Travis, city. J. P. Mitchell. Stccle. Mo. Mrs. W. c. Mays. Hcrmomlalc. Mo. James H. Wilfred. Holland, Mo. Danny Lee Freeman, cily. Marilyn j o Shanks, city. Ethel Eakin. Rt. 1. city. Memphis Kunlisl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. s. J. Powell, city. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Benny Kniiis, Osceoln. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Wolib have elurned to their home In 'HovvUm; Green, Ky., alter having bvi'ti SViesls of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Lanuslon aii<i son. ciinrlcs. Also :he l.nngslon.s' guest was '• Sura irown. n niece, of Cenlral Cily, Ky. Mr. Webb and Ills host; wrri- n St. Louis over Hie weekend to iitlend a baseball game. Mrs. I,, s .)3i>ntsh and dauylilers, Jena and Sharon, who made llielr lomc In lilylhevllle n number of .'ears, arc visiting friends here. Mr. !!cnisli, wh u ima .been suffering n *var from tindtilant fever, is now undergoing Irealmenl at a hospital in SI. Louis. In nn effort lo find i climate sullable for Mr.. Di-tilMi, .he family went a few months a;;n o California nnd have .sine'. 1 hecn lo points in Arizona. They now Jinn to make their home in ;h:s section alhtough their plans are not definite. Marvin Nnnn Jr.. 517 West Wai- : lerdny lo nul Inis resumed his studies al nncl Mis. University of Arkansas. Fnyeltevilie. Mrs. J. T. Ashley Jr. and children, or Monticello. Ark., have arrived to spend a week with Mrs. Ashjry's mother, Mrs. Ci. I. Morrl- sell, who is a patient a I BlvKieville Hospital. Mrs. Ramsey Duncan of Trnv, Tenn., is here for n visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben T. Mays, 1020 Hcarn, nnd other friends. She formerly r.:- slded here. Joan Campbell, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Russell Campbell returncM yesterday from Hardy when; she was the guest of the Fred Child family for a week. The Campbells' younger daughter, Jean, nci'ompnn- led by Ruth Hale, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hale of Uih'delte, Barbara Oenning, daughter 'if Mr. ami Mrs. Leon Oenning, nnd Euln Smith, daughter of Mrs. George Smilh, went yesterday to camp at Shelby Forrest, near Memphis, lo spend Iwo weeks. They were mo- lorcd there by Mr. nnd Mrs. Campbell nnd will be motored back by Mr. and Mrs. Hale. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles Lutes and Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Applchnum icfl. Saturday to spend a vacation In Texas. In Lubbock, they will lie Kiiests of the former Mrs. Hu-'li Ilnrbcrt, nnd will nlso visit ^Ir. nnd Mrs. D, K. Doumlrnnt. Mrs. R. II. p. Burks of Hoonville, Mo., well known in Blylhcville. where she hns relatives, is critically 111 nL Ulythcvlllc Tr<jS]>lt.i]. WItli lic-r are her daughters, Mrs. Worth Godwin of Boonvillc. wilh whom she had been making her home, nnd Mrs. Ira Dlckson nnd Mrs. R. L. Ashley, bulh of near lloonville. Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. Billic C.aines, Mrs. Ilnrold Anderson and Miss Vera Elizabeth Goodrich wciv in Brownsville, Term.. Saturday lo nltend funeral services for Mrs. Klla Holomon. Mrs. Solomon dieU early Friday morning. The Rev. nnd Mrs. E. C. Brown, and family have returned Irom Flloain springs where they attended the Siloam Springs Assembly. The liev. Mr, Drawn is pastor of First Baptist clint'eh. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Strasberg and son, I/HI, of Marianna, An;., were gticMo of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Florniiin, 11!) West Cherry, yesterday. Mr. Strasbern has returned home but Mrs. Strasberg nnd son plan to remain wllh the Flormnns for n visit. Mrs. Chniles fO. Llmblrd Is the Hiifst of her sisler-in-law, Mrs, Floyd Haialson, and Mr. Harnlson, (!02 West Ash. and will nlso visit relatives In Allanln and olher sections of Arkansas. Mrs. Limbird will taler join her husband, Lieutenant Llmblrd of Hie Army Ait- Force, in Germany, where lie will be .stationed. Elmer Henilrlx has returned to Ills home in St. Ixjuls after having been bore a few days. He formerly jwns manager of Western Union of- j flee here. j Mr. and Mrs. Dave Sllverblalt an:l ^family motored Irom Osceola ycs- spend the day with Mr. Sam Flonnan. Mr. and Mrs. Mac MuCumlur and cl.iil(Jrai of Mountain View. Calif., nnd Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Davis of KiMinetl. Mo., were weekend quests of iKora Alexnnder. Kobcrl Herryman and Ills parents, Air, and Mrs. R. A. Kenyman, 1300 Ileai-n, have ns their giics's Dick IIui»hes and Kenneth Sfcphenson, both of Memphis, who were in the Nav7/ with Robert. Mrs. I. O. Westbrook of Joiner is here for n few days ns guest of her sister, Mrs. M. Fitzsininwiio 911 West Ash. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wheeler and son, Lowell, are spending n vacation the O/arks. Mrs. LIlllc SIsk has returned from MillinKton, Tenn., where slie was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Livingston, formerly of Blyllievllle. Mrs. H. N. Swcarcngcn, accompanied by her daughter, Emadel, and aunt. Mrs. C. W. Ramey. arc in Memphis, where "Mrs. Swearengen is consulting her spcciallsi. Oliver Cnppedgc Jr., son of Mr. anil Mrs. Oliver W. Copperige. Pride: Subdivision, is undergoing treatment nt Blylhcville Hospilal for.n . . . niytheville, Is re-enlisting in thelC. II. Wallace and son, Man, 520 Army. Mrs. Fisher and Ills ons-vcar- old daughter, Sandra, are visiting hi Gra;ul Rapids, Mich., before, re- joinini; him at Atlanta. He expects lo be slalloned in Bnllimore. Marvin Nunn, f>17 West Wnliuit, is In PI. Louis on a brief tni.iini'ss Chiekasawba, are spending a two- week vacation in Little Rock ami Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Berryman nnd fnmily, 1300 Hearn, had as their guest a brief ttme last week Johnny Masltls of Pittsburgh, Pa. lie formerly was stationed at Hly- theville Army Air Field. James IflU Jr.. IIOII Iloarn nnd Georije D. Pollock Jr., 1218 Chieka- sawba. will leave Untight for a business trip lo St. Ixjuls nnd Cleveland, Ohio. Glenn T. Rowen, 1301 Holly, was removed to Memphis t|ii s moniiiiR by ambulance lo undergo Ircniimmt nt Campbell Clinic for a usrious back ailment. liobcrl Scott, ot Memphis, spent the weekend here with his family 818 West Walnut. Frances Ann Logan, daughter ol j A mceling or the lilackwntcr Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, 1184 West; 4-11 Club was held Tuesday with Ash, underwent an operation t!iis|4fl club members present. Ova Dee morning at Walls Hospital lor acute Flagg led the group In singing, appendicitis. June Waddell, president, presided Condition of E. J. Bryean.-;. hfadiat this meeting, of JJryenns Tnxl Company, i:; im- Miss Cora Lee Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. C. S. liaggetl hosless lo C and N Birthday Club. 46 Attend Meeting of Blackwater 4-H Club proved today. At niythcvllle Hospital, he has been seriously ill. Mrs. Cleo Lnngston and dniiRh- tcr.s. Mrs. Cecil Wroten nnd Mrs. G. O. Poel/, liavc relomed after spi'iuling a vacation in Chrislian, Miss., and New omu Pass Or- SUPREME COLD WAVE with Kurlium Phone 2882 Conscientious Guidance mouth infection. Miss Ellen Brynii, 301 Holly, left last night for Seattle, Wash., to visit her brother, Dr. E. M. Bryan Jr.. nnd family. She will he ni.-iy two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Wnlson nnd Baby Chicks, All Summer Heavy breeds, 3 to 30 days old. Prices reasonable. Good .supply feeds nnd poultry supplies. North 4lli at Elevator Feed Store. --*••*-•*•"*•'*"*'•*"' We feel it a privilege to be of (he greatest help possible lo those who come to us for service. Ixmn years of professional experience have proved us worthy of the confidence inspired ill the hearts of Ihosc whom we've served. All details for outstandingly beautiful services, essentially simple, but Impressive and sincere, can be trusted to our care. The above can be arranged n t small cobt through our burial association. Come to see 115 today for the future. • Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 Farm Lands For Sale! Locutions in Northeast Arkansas ;md" Southeast Missouri. All sixes Tracts—1(1 acres ni>. On ft (MM! Itronils. School hns anil niatl route. Power line. Good luiildinKS. C. E. GOLLADAY Kanctio Hotel ITayti, Mo. CURLS w WAVES IN 2 to 3 HOURS AT HOME Coleman, home demonstration ngcnt, fli.scussed ihc control of biigworms on shrub;L-i-y, and W. O. Hazclbnkcr, a-j- >isinnt county ngcnt led a dlscus- iion on .stock judging. Tlie following group captains jjavt! I'ojxji Is: Junior Eu.sly, |)i^ and canning captain; Juanlta Morgan, clothing captain; and Eva Phillips, poultry captain. Two new officers were elected at this meeting. They woiv: Un.i Mae Domicr. vice president; and Guekta Simpson, secretary. Businessman Farley Stops to Talk Politics MIAMI, Fla., July )5. (UP) — Former Postmaster General James A. F«rley was IILTC today en route to the Caribbean on n business trip for the soft drink firm he'now represents. However, genial Jim was not too busy In (all; about national jjol'li- tal possibilities. Farley, once chairman of the Democratic party, refused to hazard a guess as lo its chances against the GOP in 1848. But he declared that President [KLEENEX . . . GREETING CARDS for 1C very Occasion TOT SHOP Phone 2308 105 South Second NURSE LOSES TAT SAFELY AYDS WAY Cel slimmer without tx ICat sUirchea, nontocs, L just cut clW AYUSrfci'Ii erifc, wnMhlp. e.iticr. No excr. ciw. f-u dtuKs. No laiaiivca. J S \\l Or U- {**'£$* B a i'rij"r" Von II, ore a*NVu no 14 hi-' 'V "!„ rllr '« •''Tin io°* •:?,•.: u to AYDS iof'ttc c.-\cli dulls ih* . Yel you £Cl vilaniin-i, niincnils, os- •nti:il inuricnn in Ayda. Scifl (lie Ayla uay )!i^L- wii^lil now. L:jf>vn/.e Ixlxonly S2.25 — )dn/ mildly. Money lxi«Jc (itJARAN'i F.I-: i; ou dun't i:tt results. Jiu.t phone uiios. DRUG STOKE Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office ()p*ns 1:41 Show Si*H« 2:«n LISTEN TO KI.CN !):00 n.m. I2:-i5 p.m. -5:SO p.m. Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio ENROLL NOW for Summer Classes in Piano Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chiekasawba Blytheville, Arkansas Last Time Today Little Giant with Abbott and OosU'llo Paramount N'eiv:; AI«" SlinrtK. Continuous Showing Everyday It's hcailess—niaclutieless—takei only 2 to 3 hours, yet your lovely, easy (o manage Cold Wave Permanent will last month* and months. Guaranteed to satisfy as well as any $ I 5.OO professional COI.D WAVE or money back on request. Ideal, too, for children's soft, fine hair. Conlnint 3 foil 01. of Kurliuni. 60 curlers. (5 end lisjucs. cot.'on n plicnlur, neuiraliier PIUS lit HI nrjj complete inMruc- tions. Gel nCbnrm-K.uilSut>rertitkhladtr' Kirby Bros. Drug Store Main and IlrnaiUvay riumc 47(> Join the Ark. Automobile Club and en/oy it's many benefits YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20 % ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. VanPatten Your Sales Representative 'US S. Lake St. Residence Phono 2-109 RAIN INSURANCE... For Your Freshly Washed Cor! 24 Hour Insurance — 25c If H rains within 2-1 hours after yon have had your t-;ir washed al our station and yon are a holder of onr Card, just Card within <1S hours and we 'will again— I'REK! WONDERFUL , ADVENTURES OF present wash it SPECIAL! Wash & Grease Job— $1.50 MARR'S AUTO SERVICE Your One-Stop Station Phone 2611 ASH and SECOND If you have a party-line telephone, here's a suggestion... Party-line service is best when everyone on the line is thoughtful and courteous. You can get the most value from your party line by doing these simple things: . Keep your calls short nnd space them as much as possible. That will give the other fellow a chance to call, or be called. 2. Hang up quietly if the line is in use when you try to call. Wait awhile before calling again. 3. See that everyone in the family does his or her part at observing party-line telephone courtesy. SOUTHWESTERN BELl TELEPHONE CO. INDIVIDUAL LINES for all who want them will be available after we have served all the people waiting for telephones. That's our first job now — and it's a big job! When it's finished, we can begin to install the equipment needed to give people- the kind of service they want and need. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. If you arc Roing to keep your present car let us give you an estimate on reconditioning your motor, body iind painting. Credit terms can he arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmohile Bast Main St. CMC Trucks Phon* 519 Full-Length Feature in TECHNICOLOR cScltM'ti'd Short Subjects Continuous slmwinij every day Matinees Sil. A Sun. Onlj Kox Office Opens 0:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Snn. ISargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honnrert on Sanday at the Koxy. Last Time Today Sing Your Way Terry Abstract & Realty Co. with Jack Haley & Ann Jeffreys I'ox News and Selected Short Subject Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 21 3 W. Walnut Phone 2381 Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Good Used Singer Sewing Machine—sews like new NKW CK!)AK CIUCSTS—New Perfect. Sleeper Innerspring Mattresses — Box Springs , Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main All owr Employees »re W»r Veterans. Phone 2302 PETEH CREEHSTREET-LORRE TOH riM • HBtPH HUM • Ml THM1M [imlEt ij itu Kitilini • '*"'•> fit br Vltdimif Pj[*n ind leo Rotten'h^ditianil Dialogue br /lev Moirill* From Ifie Novil byfuiiic PioVouh'Mosii -*,V.n Sltintr

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