The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1946 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 18, 1946
Page 4
Start Free Trial

PAGE > OUR BLYTHBVILLE (AUK.) COU1UEK NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 18, 101(3 Soil of Basfogne Brought to U. S. Mrs.; Mae Auten Weds Warren H. Jackson • Mrs. Mae Auten and Warrrn H.- Jackson were married in a cerc- i monv perjonned yesterday af(er- ' nooii at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom" W. Jackson, 800 West Asn. Tlie Rev.- E. C. Brown, pastor of First Baptist Church, performed the double ring ceremony at 4 o'clock before members of the families and a small group ot In friends. Id Mrs; H. C. Campbell served the bride^as matron,of honor and Mr. Campbell was Mr. Jackson's iiest man. • Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mi's. Campbell entertained with an informs! reception at '.heii Id home. 225 East Daus. lor the \ved- Ib ding guests. lit Mrs. Jackson was oraduated Troir. Ill high school at D.itesvilie. Ark., prior to coining here 12 years an°. Mr. Jackson, who came to Biy- Ilievllle 15 years ago, altendeii Cape Girardeau Teachers Coliepe. Cape Glmrdcau. Mo. He long na."- tetn active in Boy Scout work here. They now are at home nt 231 East bavio. Smolhermon Son Named John Ll.Aisc. Smothermon Is name of the son born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jiinothermon, 6C5 West Walnut, al Walls Hospital. The baby was named for the fathers of his parents. Fondren Family Attends Reunion in Mississippi William' Taylor Weds El Paso, Texas, Girl Announcement lias been miuk- here of the marriage of Miss Jenny j Sue Miser of El Piiso, Trans. l:i ! William K. Taylor of H!y:hcvU and El Paso. The wedding \vas solnmiP/t' Sunday at an El I'aso church. Details of their wccldlng will IM personally recounted by the 1 t:oupl'j when they arrive here Saturday for a visit with the brldcfjroom'.; mother. Mrs. William K. Tayh'r. 511 I3road.u'.y, itiul his .sister.s. .\Jr... Lynn Doojcy, Mrs. Mary Kthel Slm- mnns au<i Mniltm Loni.-c Tayloi 1 . Whether they will mute their home In El I'.iso or in llus .section will be decided during their a.;\y iiere. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miser of El IT so. was graduated from high .school there and has been employed in the oi- lice of Western Union al El l>:isn. Mr. Taylor, son of the late William K. Taylor, attended sc'.nni l:cro prior to ciiteilni; the N.ivy. In service three yours lie had many experiences, having been O'K: cf the smnll number of survives of the Carrier Princeton sliil:in<:. Since riischariicd in ncctmbitr. 1'? has been connected with. I'uhvllc: Motor Company of El f'aso. Selected Regent Miss Sal ilia Bits of News Mostly Personal Several Blytheville members of the Fondren fcmily, have returned | from' Columbus, Miss., where th«5', attended a family reunion. • Held at the home of Mr. and | Mrs. E. Fondren. the reunion lion- | marine lather. W. F. Fondren' ter and Miss Mary llublev. Blyli;»- of starkville. Miss., who observed J ville grade school toucher.-, luivu Mr. and Mrs. Ernest FU\g:;, SIS North Fifth, had as tiu-i: j-noslr this week a brief time Mr 1 ;. Fhi?y.'s mother. Mrs. E. P. H.iyru-.s, ;i:i<! son. E. P. Jr., of Monette, and lu-r .SJS'.PV. Mr:i. Vcrnon Gooilnll, of i-jt. I oui.-. Mrs. E. P. Fry, Miss: Minimi r'ns Mlsi; Alice Snllba 1ms been selected by Inlcninllmiii] lieucltiiuir- ler.s of UHa Sitjnja fill Sorority "s regent for Ulytlicvilh'. In hcr nciv office, Mls s SrUiba l:iis luilliurily to oii;uniy.c ;in alu'r- noon chapter in Dlytlicvlllc in » I- dition [ 0 the nil! hi chapter, :>l which .she Is president. Miss Snlllxi. chosen as regent l.cciuisc 01 licj- outstanding v.-oj-'* as a licla Sit;ii;:i Phi iiiuinbiT, snU! Kin; nlnmird Unit mfinrjcr.ship ]'.i (lie nnernoon chapter brj inact-j up vi >oimy inai-nou women. She ])lcin.s lo immediately begin cnn- '••unj! |;ro.-speetive plctltjni \viio v.'ill ho himoi'ed at a social. She has bnen awarded a fllll- jewi-ll Ecrorily piti for her previous u'crl: \\-\\\i pledges. Aclivliii's of Ilic InlcriKilirmal <:n;ani/.ati<jn of young women iircj social, cull ill al Lincl educational. Officers Of tilt! Alplln Alpha ' lni))lt!i-. which has '24 members His 90th birthday. Comins from ell sections of the country for the occasion were 133. relatives, in addition to a r.umbsr: of friends. I Those going from here included H. J. Foiutren, the guest of honor's son, .and Mrs. Fondren; i\Jr. and Mrs.';. Cls^de Webb, Mrs. Dnrrell Lunsfbrd and daughter, Mabelee; Airs. -W. C. Long and daughter. Gayrlell and Floyd Fondren.. En route, home, they were guests of Mrs. -H. J. Fondren's brothers Dan and Lorenla Sealy, in Drew, Miss. returned from Memphis. \vhoT. 1 rlu'y attended the first E;imnie.- si-.-sioti of Memphis State Teachers' College. Mrs. Wood row Williams :I:M! xm. Barry, have returned from Mom- phis, wiiere ihey were gueyts ;\ v;.:r-k of Mrs. Williams' sister, Mrs. A. D. Grcenhill. Mr. Williams spent Tie week in Ban'.on, 111., with friends who were in the Navy witli him. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirliy. UM Chickasawba. have as their f;iust.^ fo\ir nieces, Janet and JeannL' Wilbourn, sisters, who are cousins of the other guests, Sarah Nhtntun:? land. Bettie Lou Wilbouni, nil of Paragoulri. Mrs. Kiiby's Rvjlhev. - . ' Mrs. J. E.'Wiibourn. has rrlurnrd Jimmy Ray Booker was honored to hcr hn)nc jn • [> nr;l! . (ml( | ,, f , c ,. having been the guest herj :if lier daughter and Mr. Klrby. t Harry A. Hnines, son of M'/. an'.i ' Mrs. Harry W. Haines. lOl'.'i West Chickasawba, left yratcrcl.v.' lor Observes Birthday At The Hospitals Illyllievlllc Hospital Admitted: Ethel Lena Owens, clly. Miix Owens, city. Mrs. C. W. While, Holland, Mo. Mr.s. Lynn Siirtuin, cily. Mrs. L. D. Ryals. city. Mrs. Frctl Bnrgesoii, clly. Mrs. Paul Bilbrcy, cily. Mr.s. Hilly McCorninek. Steclc. Mo. Horn lo Mr. ami Mr.s. W. R. lintledce, Luxora. a son this moni- IIIK. Dismissed: Oliver W. CoppedKC Jr.. city. John Hughes, city. Mrti. Richard Dales Manila, J. IS. Cunningham. Luxora. Mrs. T. J. Bass, Dell. Walls Hospital Admitted: Kenneth Hill. city. Mr.s. Vcnlc Wctib, cily. Mrs. Runn Campbell. Stecle. Mo. 'Carolyn Louhc St fillings, city. Mary Ruth Blaiiclmrd, city. Vtsier Baker, Manila. I. V. Sims, l.ilbourn, Mo. Mrs. A. I,. Oobb, city. Bo.) McCullcngh, Carulhei'sville. Mo. ! Lendn Jnfgcrs, city. Dismissed: Alice onylc Arnett, city. ' Mrs. W. c. Forbns, Tyler, Mo. Mrs. J. ii. nmncy. city. Loveil Owen. noil. Christine Keller, Cooler. Mo. IMcmphls Baptist Ilub|i]l:il Admitted: L. M. Kriitn. city. Memphis Man To Head Lions Internationa! PHILADELPHIA, July 111. <UI>) - Clifford 1). I'iciTO, Memphis, Tenn., htwyer, was ntuninatiid loi 1 the presidency of Lions InlcriKi- tional tnday at Ihe asth animal convent inn. I'ierrc. wlio I'.ad no uppnsiliun, will sut.-cee<l Di". Kajnino Colhr/.o of Cuija a-s head of the organisa- tion | Fred W. Smith. Ventura, Cal., was noiniiuiU'tl as first \'ice presi- I dent end liiigctu' H. Hi'lftgs, Knid, Okla., as .second vice ine.sidenl. An urn wiitnii-ln^ soil covered with blood of American paratroopers, .spilled diirmg"~lhc liLslonc Batllc of Ihe Bulac, IJKStognc, Bel;/ium, is presented to PresMent Trinnnii at the White House by Baron Silvcr- :ruys. center. Belgium An;:>assador lo the U. S. The urn, made from the jade green malacite Iron, the Bell!*!! COIIKO mid the Four Freedoms lettered in .silver, was presented by Huron Silvcrcruys and Colonel Paul licfriiilein, Belgian Minister of Defense, risht. .NEA Telephoto.) i Soriety—Personal 1 J Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. C. S. liaggctl hoslcss to C and K Uirthclay Club. Mrs. J. C. Droke enlerlains Friendly Ro:>k Chili. 1 FRIDAY I Mrs. E. W. Ne:il hostess to CEC Club. Junior Royal Association of First Baptist Church meeting at the church, 3:30 p.m. Junior Fellowship of First Mclh- I odisi Church meeting at the church. ' 2 p.m. DEMAND DOMINATES THE ECONOMY Today Americans ho»e 75% more ipcndolilc dollars Ihon in 1927, 60?i moic than in 1941. A year ago they were saving $2.80 out ol every $10.00; now they save only 51.20. 160 Miss Normn Chafin has returned liome nfter having spent two week3 In Sikeslon, Mo., with hcr sister, Mrs. Mike Parks and Mr. Parks. She came home in a plane piloted by Russell Turner. work there, attended to business and viMlcd friends here today. Condition of L. M. Krul/,. who i.s a pin teat at Memphis Baptist Hospital after becoming seriously HI two days ayo, today was much Plans Family Picnic improved. His daughter, Mrs. Joe Roach, will return today from Memphis, where she accompanied Mr. Knit-,: when lie became ill. She will be accompanied by Mr. Roach, whii H'Uuni'd to Memphis this mornin First Baptist Church Families c! First Baptist CY.irch worth, trcnsurer. with a birthday party Monday u!- ternocn given by his mother. Mrs. W. W. Bcoker. at her home, 100 East Sycamore. Jimmy Ray was 13. Th£ 14 children spent- Ihe afternoon.' playing games with prizes ( chapel Hill, N. C., where 'ic will toiiig u> Maxine Stafford. Arden , re(!nl( , v university of North Oaro- B. col'ier and Charlie Jean Harris. ii na . He was a student tlu-re fe- , Candy favors were given guests. ( orc cnterins the army uvo years Refreshments of birthday cake a g 0 . and Ice cream were served. | Linda Jnggcrs. daughter of Mr. Mrs. Booker was assisted by her an< i Mrs. Alton B Ja»ge'" 1120 daughters, Mrs. Everett collier, and \ Vcsl Hcarn, is undergoint; t real- other than Miss Snliba arc Mrs. Ted Lysler. vice president; Miss with another of Mr. Dorothy Cross, rccordiiii; stereUry; Kntta's diuighlvr.s, Mr.s. Howard Miss B1 " 5 ' Jl ' a " Abbott, corrcspond- Joiinson. Mrs. Herbert Graham al- in S secretary and Miss Hope Wliit- so is with her falhcr. Fiances Anne Losnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Logiin. 1134 West Ash, -is much Improved today. Klie has been seriously III lollowiny an operation for a rup-1 Hired aj.iK'lidi.x performed at Walls) Bully McCulchcon is visiting her faliiei, John Thomas Scanlon, for 10 dnys al his home in I.akewood, Ohio. He canu 1 down for her the first of (lie week. uill have a picnic Friday night. 1 o'clock, at Walker Park. The "family picnic," which it is expected 125 members will ;Vond, is sponsored by the Woman's \Hs- rionary Kcciety and the Brotherhood. In charge of ptannin^ anil mii'c- ini; arraiiijcments for the evrnt have l.ecn Mrs. II. H. lirooks. WM3 [KLEENEX . GREETING for Kv TOTS I'honc 105 South CARDS Occiision HOP 2308 Second Indication of Ihe tremendous pressure on U. S. economy of today's greatly expanded buying power is the Newschart above. Although a higher cost of livirij> levels off to some extent the rise in income, the president, and Rosco CiaU'.n, «-o- buying power of the U. S. nevertheless is expanded to the extent , thcrhcod piesidet-.t. . . xen that it dominates the nation's economy. Ncwschart is based upon -! fi-mr. I lio OWrn of War Mnhili7:llinn :mrl Miss Mabel Jewell Booker. Complimented YesteroV.y \Vitli Birthday Party . Da'rlene Feinberj, daughter cl Mrs. Philip Feinbrjrg, was seven yenrs old yesterday and In obscrv- ance_:of thai occasion, hcr mother and -" grandmother, Mrs. Jessie 'Arian, entertained with a birthday party. Gathering at the Feinberg home. GOo chickasawba. were 20 of Oar- lene's friends. The iruop went lro:n thcrej to the mo\ ie "Finocchio." then - returned to the Feinuerg home to play gamef. They were served at a large table 'jlecorated with birthday dc- tigns and a large white birthday cake with seven pink burning dles." Cake and Ice cream were served. Favors were presented guests. who-sang the "Happy Birthday" to the guest of honor. •1 The hostesses were assisted by "Miss- Cclestia Swank. nnnt at Walls Hospihil. Mrs. Ruby Pnddcn and James Royoe, have r.VLnrnert tlieir home in Rogers. Ark.. a!(*jf having been the RiiesLs hero n few days of Mrs. PaddcnVs si'-ter. Mrs. Erwln Jones, and Mr. Jone;. 1033 Walnut. Mrs. T. H. Ilnynes. 1313 llollv. had as her G"est ycsierciuy m:d last night hcr son, Harold liayne.. of Fort Smith. Mr. Haynes cam? over by plane. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Prerman. daughter Peggy, and another daughter. Mrs. Harold J. Fain'cr. and Mr. Farmer, will mow tl>'.' lirst of Avmmt to llol Springs. They scl : | their home ul -113 Ninth Broadway to the First Christ!-';'. 1 Chunh for the church p.\:,t-r. ML. Freeman is no.v in Hot Springs makins; improven;cntr, on Llic home they purchased. D. J. McLccd. r,on of Mr. :in:l Mrs. Damon McLcnd. 20:;i W.-s: Main, iindcrn-ent an appt'iuiectnnu- yesterday at Walls Hospital. His condition U -UiFf:,clory. Pat Walsh. formerly Unilrd Press burrnu ninnaKi'i- al l.itll« Hock and now in public relations 'T KEEP GRANDMA IN HER CHAIR She R as Lively as a Youngster— Now her Backache is better M.-uiy sufferers rclirvc iiixKRintr back.icho quiVU:--, uiii'L' (liey .hscover Out the rent cmiff tif (licir Irouhlc muy bn lircd kidneys. Tru> kiilney.') t^rc N.^hirc's cliicl way u( lak- \} K l . Jll ;r. <lxee! ? s i nc " Ia anil wnste out of lhi Morx], They iiup JnosL people pass about. 3 pints a itoy. > Vi i:on <li^on1crof kidney function permits roiFCTicins mailer In remain in your blood, it. miyc:iiijiciMC!KinKiiarknchQ.rheiimatk pains, IvBlviliis. ](«.-< of IH-P ni»] enertry. scUiiiK up lights, nvtUinv:. jmilinoBS under the eyes. lienclni-bLT> :mil itlzzine?*!. Frciitiont or rcpinty pwnift-a witli ? inn r tin;? nn.! ImrniriK sometimes SMIIUS liirrc IK Eonielhiny \vtong with ycitr I.iilrii'y* or Miiildcr, Don't v. nirl Ask your «3ruiTt*ist for's • 1 ill-, n stimiilMu tliurclic. MtcA »itcccs s ftilly i'i muimns for over JO years. Dc.nn's yivc i . ...;,., .... , ... m llflp thc JR m . ]es of ry iul.t.3 Ihi.sli out pois . M.K)J. Get Uoan's 1'iiU. alo from *»/0/ o£&&&t S7\\ H E STATIONERY Luxuriously lovely...gleaming 100> rag paper . . packaged with rare penury for more gracious living. GIFT SHOP MOSS BRYAN 103 East Main Mrs. Freeman Honored At Party Yesterday : Mrs. D. C. Freeman, who «'M'. 1 move in August with her family. to riot Springs, was guest of honor : ycslerciay when members o( t'.ic, CBG Club had a luncheon "niirl rook party at the home of Mrs. Paul Byriim on Highway 61 South. . The hsme was clfecllvely dcc3- ' rntcd with bouquets of Humraer flcxern. , j When rook was played In th? altcrnoon, high prize went to Mrs. Byruin, second to Mrs. Lendennic Fowler and rooko to Mrs. A. A.! Kardy. Club members presented Mi's. 'Freeman a gift. ... A dessert course was served d»r- -:• ,ing games. At Last A Real Treatment! Anyone who lirti rvrr Iiail V in -Worm.-? Knows how tonne nlhitr nn.1 rmlMirrn^iiui lhi.< infrclioin lie. nn-J how h.-irv] it niny V.c lo deal wilh tin- crrnitircit. once llioy K^ a f»otholJ iiiaiitc the K«ly. Today, lhanks lo n jvi-v-ir,1, Tr.piIirnUy rc<-- PSuTzcd ilriiir (ronli:in viu!,-li. n Iiij-hlv rf- fi-clivc trc.-itn:«nt li^^i l-,,n rudn vo-'ili 1 --. This rirut: ts Ilio viinl iiu:r^1ir*:it ri P-W. Iho PEn-WiM-m l.iltjcls il>'vil;,v."l in liio orftlorips cf l.)r- U, ,1r.>t.e A SI'TU P-VV Continuous Shows Every Day Hi.i Office OperiB 1:4» mi..v. S!»rt» ?-dn USTKN TO KI.'CN 9:00 ;i.m. 12:'I5 11.111. .1::iO ii ! V JlnrT Frifl»v \^i*Atf m It's Smart to Make Your Sofa Do Double Duty . . . That's Why You Need One Of These Comfortable BEDS! Tuesday and Wednesday July 23-24 >- , '>- * t in * tli:.t ial xv.iy to'rcnmvc So watch oul for th<? u-.nrmn may rnran Pin- Worms in yonir cliiM youreclf — csprci.iUy the mrsravntinjf rtxtal itch. Ar.fl don't delay. Ask jour ilniCKijit for JAYHE'S P-W ri«M nu-ny. »»,) fo!l,,w the directions. Sali-ifactiui; cuarnnLcoJ, or your money back, It's easy to remember : P-\V fur Pin-Worms I Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Good Used Singer Sewing Machine—sews like new NEW CEDAR CHESTS—New Perfect Sleeker Inncnpring Mottrcsses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. Ml E*«t Main All MM- Employees «rt W»r Veteran*. Phone 2302 Remember the Cameraman taking your pictures en Bivtheville Streets. They will be shown on Theatre Screen Tues.-Wcd. July 23-24 iee Your Own Picture in tfo Makes Smart Livingroom Piece by Day A Comfortable Restful Bed at Night Here is your answer to the extra bedroom problem when unexpected guests or vacation visitors arrive. A Sofa Bed in your living room rcdily umounts to an extra room in your home. These fccUure all lite latest improvements . . . smart modern styling . . . a»c! they're beautifully tailored in the newest fabrics. riiramount Ncvs; Also Shorts CiiMtimnrus Showing LverytlLiy Matinees Sal. <& Sun. Only Ho\ Orilcc ()|icns S-.'\a Opens Sunday 1:01); Starts 1:15 Conliinjous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Nijjhl Kvrry Night Except Saturday. N'o passes hririnrrr] on Sunday at tlift Koxv. Tliiii'sday and Krid.iy i -—J^TS ' :>^ ' WOKDERFULI Prices start at $59.95 Use Our Convenient Hudgd Terms Pliouc 3122 112 West Main St. MAR? ASJTOR : LUCH.LK BH?,WER TOM DRAKE I MAIN! :!.;!Vir *"lJ,\»cii"on thc Ilook hy Salty m • DiicrlcJ hy Vinccnlc Mir.nclli Sclcrlcd Short Snbjrrt

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free