The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 19, 1946
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mrs. Duncan Honored With two Rook Parties Mrs. Annie Duncan-'of Troy, Term.; formerly of Blythevllle, was complimented this »'eck with two rook parties. She Is the liouseguest of Mr;:.and MIS. Ben T. Mays, 1020 Hearn. Mrs. W; M. Bums complimented Mrs. Duncan Thursday night with a party at her • homp, 912 Wr-sl Chickflsawba, aiid Tuesday night. Mrs. Mary Henley entertained nt her hoine, 1315 West Main. Both hostesses hnd two tallies of rook with bouquets of Summer flowers, making attractive settings. Mrs. Burns served refreshments of ice cream and cake and Mrs. Henley, refreshments of punch and cake. • • • Methodist Clas s Party Is Held Last Night The Pathfinder Class of First Methodist Church met last nighl at the home of Mr. and !\frs. Cecil Graves. Ilearn slrecl, for a chTckcn supper.. The 25 members present played games/led by Mr. Graves, the Mass president. ' • •* • Club .Is Entertained By Mrs. Blankenship Mrs. H. N. Blankenship entertained- members of Ihe GNB Club niul three guests, Mrs. Charles Razor, Mrs. Louts Zelli>r and Mrs. HaskcU Blankenship, last night will) a bunco party. In evening games, bunco prizes went to Mrs. Zeller. high to Mrs. Haskel Blankenship, and low to the hostess. A sandwich plate with beverages were served. 1 Oth- Birthday Observed "Ten" was the mi.iber theme nt Kay Hlndmah's birthday parly when she observed her IDtli uirlh- day with a parly for 10 friends at the home of hei parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.HIntlmnh. 1UW Hearn. Kay's name has 10 letters In It so when refreshments of 10 iced cakes, .each with a single burning candle, were served. Each was inscribed with n letter of the gues of hohor's name. The children spcnl Uie aflernnori swimming in the To Wed August 10 Miss (iraliiim Mr. and Mrs. c. I,. Graham an- nounro (lie entitlement of their ditiiijliler. Mis.s Oirn Graham, lo Miirlily Cwhrglim uf lilythevllle and Torraiicc. Calif., son of Mr. and Mrs. .James H. Cuvinclon. The wedding will he solemnised Aug. 10 in lilythevllle. Miss Graham attended Armorel High School and Mr. Covlnglnn n t- lended Blythevllle Hicli School >rior to his enlistment in the Army tliree years ago. He is now •mployed In Torrancc. Power Company Employes to Attend Picnic FRIDAY, JULY, 194Q Plea of World Peace is Made By New Head of UN Commission Luxora Society—Personal Tomorrow will be a big day lor more Hum X>0 Arkansas-Missouri Power Company employes uncl llii'lr Mrs. John Thwatl entertained families when they 'resume the Uie members of the Luxora Book iiiniuiil picnics discontinued dui-Clul) and oilier mioxts with a during the war. iier Tuesday night. Out of town The nlriih; wilt be held at Cuv-|Kiie.sls were Mrs. J, N. Snmnlia ol rent River lieach. ni'iir J'ocahon- jTuckulioe, N. Y., Mrs, Francis I!ur- tus. It Is for employes and (helrim'Ue of Monrue, La., anil .Mrs. luinllies from hulh slates In «lileh|o. c. Ifiimey of Chlc:i|;o. Mrs. T. selves i)(i towns :iml I,. Stanford, reviewer, gave a hls- tlie conipajiy coiniminillc'.s. 'I'omorrow afternoon, there will be .shimming hunting, bull games. buwlhiK and ntlier sjKjrts. Tile day will be climaxed with a suppi-r tomorrow iilfshl. A sufficient force will remain on duty to miilnliiln regular and emergency service. It w:is un- noiiiic'r-il.. Bits of News* Mosjly; Personal Mrs. Russell Hays underwent a (onslleclomy today at niylhevllle Hospllal. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Daws niicl (ImiBhler. Miss Willnt;cnc Daws, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. aiul Mrs. w. M., LaPerney spent, yesterday In Memphis, where they went lo sec L. M. KnUx, 111 at tlie Baplint Hospllal there. Mis. A. B. Wilt of Malls. Teun.. is euesl of her (laughter. Mrs: O. V. Daws. Mr. Daws and family. 314 Hciirn. Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs. F. E. Block an ( t Mrs. W. H. Minynrd Hindmnn pool ],avc returned home after sliencllnt! PC,™ a , 8amcs ' y 1 ', 1 Mill 'S')two days at Hardy ns Riiests ot [•arijer, Stevenson winning 'Uie..,^ KK ^ H n,mips and Mrs O. Din the tall on the donkey" con- w McC1 , tch(mi . . turiied nftcr « Miss Ruby lest. Mr., Mrs. Hill Honored With Social Affairs Mr.'and Mrs. R. N. Hill Jr., of New York City< have been complimented nl numerous social affairs Ihis \veek since arriving here lo be guests of his mother and other relatives, and other parlies are planned. Monday night, Mrs. B. E. Blay- loek, Mr. Hill's sister* and Mr.' Blayloek, entertained nt their home, 030 West Ash. The affair also com- At Tlie Hospitals ItlvllU'Villc l|:;-,pI[Lil AdmlltiHl: •Mrs. Kennelh Collier, Doll. Mrs. KnsMCll Unys. city. Mrs. Mai tic White, Cooler, •lohnnlr Jacobs. Wilson. Mrs, N. !•;. S|>arks, cily. .Jackie r.miy Murlln, Kivcs. Kenndh collier, Hell. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Hilly Cormick. KU'i'l<> Mo.. 11 diiiii Mo. I.. Stanford, lory of tlu; liii; and a review or tin 1 opera "I'orucy and Heiis" by Ocrshwln. liecords of some of Hie songs sun(! by the original c:isl of the opera were played diirlny the rc'vl(^v, r . NKW YORK, July 10. (UP!-- AHiniic cniTiiy should be used only for Die benefit of mankind and m;t !or mass destruction. Cunt. Alviiro Alberto of ]ira/il declared JMMrrduy an l»> succeeded Dr. iler- lljeit V. Evntl of Australia aschair- IIMEIII of the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission.'lo, who as.sutned the ehalr- >iiiiii!:hil> uiuV.'r li'ie alphabetical roiatinn system, pledged himself to "pri'strve the flow of work without Ini-akini; lus conlinully," and urged (In- oommission to "arrive at ,ic- r( [jtahU 1 .solullon.s"of problems rc- laHi!« to atomie energy control. Kevie'.UiiK the commission's work under Dr. I'.vatt, lie said there were imsons "for optimism towai'il the utiiiri 1 ii'.sulls." 1 It is not only because they alone at this moment are in possession of in.sti imicnts foi 1 tin; production ill (in.mii: ciierny that the United .Stiitrs pUuetl themselves in the fronl line Ijcsidt; those nations v. Mich look I he initJalive oj calli us lo^t'thrr," Alheilo said. Tlie Woman's Missionary Society met at Uie church Tuesday iiflernoon. The jnoelliit' was opened by Kim;iiuj the hymn for the year, "We've n Slmy to Tell to the Nations." and reatliiig the devotional. Malthcn 2K:lli-2U. Airs. Walter Wood was in charge of I ho Itoyal .Service program. "Missionary E<lui'aliun." The Hible lesson was Given I)}' Mi.s. C. H. Wood. "Beyond any doubt, the duties of our commission have been '.veil lefini'd by the resolution of the gtneral assembly on Jan. '24, which (.-tented this commission; not ie,s certain is the universal .sentlrneni Unit utuiiilc energy should be i«ed only for Ihe benefit of mankind (1 Hint it should never lie used fcr Mass destruction, particularly of civilian populations, as Mr. 'Andrei A.) Gromyko has so .strongly advocated in Ills plan." The commission is studying i',vo control plans, one offered by Bernard M. Bui-null, United Stales delegate, tlio other by Gromyko, USSR delegate. "It is not only atomic war which ."honld be outlawed," Alberto said "Tii short, it Is all war.. .all clVil- 1ml men detest It. ..the outlawing of war is a noble idea, perliaps tin. tjrealesl and .noblest of all (dens. The "salvation of the world" depended upon Ihe wisdom of tin commission, he said. "We need, first, peace of mind," Horn Denlon. to Mr. U ixo rii, and Mrs. Clnmle a son lust, niuhr. I. I). Ryals. city. A. I). Ford, city. Kvcretl Kiibanks who also have rc- i week there. . Hnghcy. who is employed in Washington. D. C.. and n friend. Miss Gertrude Knulie, of Virginia, will " arrive tomorrow morning to lie Ihe guests l.vo weeks of Miss Hiighey's mint and uncltf. Mr. and Mrs.'Fletcher Fisher, and family. Winnie Belli Buckley will return this weekend from Little Rock, where she has been the guest two weeks of Jane Norton She will be lucl In Memphis by her mother, Mrs. Karl Bueklay. Mr. and Mrs. Knr| Wadenpfulil 1313 West Main, have as their Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Kvcretl Kiibanks and baby, i-ity. John llii(!hes, city. Mas Owen, city. Elliel Lena Owens city. Mrs. by mi Siirlnln, city. Walls llnspilal Atlmitled: Pliyllls Ann l/-wis, Hosrlniul. Shirley Aim Clark. Manila. Mrs. William Ellis, city. Mrs. RiMh Henley, Manila. Mrs. Merry Ann McCullom. city. Mrs. Arinp Campbell. Horners- vllle, • MO. nismlssed: Kenneth Hill. city. Carolyn 1-ouise *5ialliti!:, city. niilli lllnnchiird. city. Do-i I'eeples. HI. .i. city. Mrs. C. K. Davell]) i:-.. 'city. I. V. 51ms. Lillliii'irn. Mo. Mrs. odell Cn n;).' rll mid daui'.h- ler, city. I-hHla Jn£e,?rs, (rlly. Memphis Met.nni'.te ( llnie /.I'.milted: • •• . . : i John Nicluilr,, Oyoss. ^Icini Ills SI. ,1 r-:i'|,li llnspUat ftmliled: Nora Commv. caj uiJu-fi', il!e.Mu. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hiirnullo M,.. ""d childien, l-'mnui.'; Vii-lor and l ll( ,,. Ali«-e. arc!Ing Mr. Harnelti.-'K sl.slor, Mi-s. T. [,. Stanford, and Mr. fslimiord. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howard have ; their guest for Hie next Iwo vecks their d<iii|;litc>r, Mrs. C. O. ilinney, u l' Chicago, Miss Dctlie Sue Mifflln left Wednesday for a three weeks visit vith her nunl, Mrs. W. 1). Terry. incl cousin, Miss Mnrllm Terry, it Smiickovcr. Mls s Joan Hcnnclte of, Mich., is visiting iin- [uand[)arents. Mr. and Mr.s, II. Long. O. H. Wood Jr. visit i'«l hi;t uncle. . D. Terry, nnd Mrs. Terry, jn Smackover Wednesday. He was ac- •nm]i:inli>il hnme by Mr. Tcrrv. who uill visit his mother. Mrs. S. I.'. Terry, and oilier relatives for ten lays. Mrs. Terry and daughters, Mrs. n. T. niillcw and Mrs. c. H. Wood, and her son will spend mosl. Mr. Terry's slay at in,. Woods ''"llage nt Horseshoe Lake. .limmle Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. F;. E. Turkl'r. underwent, a lonsillcclomy Tuesday at Walls Ho.spital. Smith of Alcsnndrin, Va., who arc Wending their viutntion wllli Mr nil Mrs. Welch rosier, went to lemphis yesterday lor tlie weekend with n'lalvics. They will re- urn Monday. pliinentcd the mother of Mr. HillJ " cpkelul Sliest. Miss GeraUIInc and Mrs. Blayloek. wlio obscrven 1 faloan ° r J o» r -' i| )"ro. ML-W Sloan her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whiisilt entertained with a barbecue steak supper Tuesday nifiht in the ..vnnl of Iheir home. 704 West. Walnut. Tlie c. E. Crigger home. B01 Walnut, was the setting Wednesday nig]it for an .informal drop-in honoring the Hills when Mr. and Mrs. Crigger nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Goocb were hosts and hoslesses. The refreshment (able, covered with a lace cloth, was ecu- tered with an attractive centerpiece of flowers, accented with dnWes. Burning candles lighted the room. last night. Mr. niiri Mrs. Farmer England and Oscar Fendler com plimented the New York visitors v;ltht a supper at Simpson's Cale at the Arkansas-Missouri Slate . Line. I and Mrs. Wadcnpfuhl were •oommatcs nt, Louisiana Stale University, where they altrnded college. Mrs. Edgar Uoriiin and her mother. Mrs. Ellxnbclh Greene, lave gone lo Indi:ina|io!is, Ind.. o visit relatives. Mrs. Dorniii will return in a few days but her uolhcr will remain for al least a month. Johnnie Ann nnd Alma Jane A leopard in the Seonee district of India killed more than 200 persons in two years. CHIPS MORE: White men are not only n uorlly nice In Ihe whole wi 'New World .vbllV Joiner Mother and Son Leave Soon tor. Germany Mrs. Lloyd Freeman and son, I.loyd Jr.. three, of Joiner, will leave soun for Germany where they will join the husband and father, Ser- licant Freeman, stationed there since January. The son doesn't understand much of what It is all about but Mra. freeman is very excited over prospects of Ijcjim with her husband, v.-.-li- in« in a slninue country and the boat trip over. They plan to be in Germany twn yean; with Sergeant Freeman' now stationed at Gicbclslultd. He la willi the U8lh FlBhl:iiB Siiuiuhuii. the nraxlllan delegate said. "It is not enoiiBli to have won '.hp war. We must re-establish perfect nn- dersti'ndini; between men. and by lirlniiini; together peoples and cre- iillnij a coiiellialory spirit consol- itlnl mutual confidence and solidar. iiy (if the nations us well us ol imii\ idiutis." Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:*C LISTEN TO Kl.CN i 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 " iitz Theater Tuesday and Wednesday July 23-24 own Movies Remember the Cameraman taking your pictures on Blytheville Streets. They will be shown on Rffrz Theatre Screen Tues.-Wed. July 23-24 See Your Own Picture in the Movies! More Tunes •V Hie Kinj; of Con' from—^ ADAMS' d Record Bar "Music Depreciation Week'' Spike Jonos ;tn<1 His City Slickers Drip, Drip, Drip (Sloppy l>agoon) Leave the Dishes in the Sink, Ma You Always Hurt Uie One You t.ovc Mother Goose Medley That Old lilack Magic RCAV ICTOR RECORDS Last Time Today Sentimental Journey with .MiUiri'i'H (>'ll;n;i a in! John I'll y nc I'urumoimt News; Also Shorts Continuous Showing 1 Kvorytlny Saturday TUCSDn RRIDiRS Seriitl: "Forest K;iii»er:s" Nn. !> W ;incl Slioit ^ Cont'd Shows S;it. ia:30 to Xl:30 ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. .!. \V. Adams, iMgr. I'hoiic 2071 200-08. W. Main Sunday and Monday One Nighl o SUSAN HAYWARD • PAUt LWCAS 1 BIU WUUAttS . I'aramnunf News and Slmrts Cont'd Shows Sim. 1:15-11:00 OF CHRIST 1206 W. Main Street TRY ALL 6 FLAVORS Notice to All Our Patrons CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP Will Close Sat. July 20th Watch- This Paper for Further Notice of Our Opening ot Our New Location— 21 IN. Second St. Ph6ne 2592 BLYTHEVILLE JULY 21-31 Sunday Service 10:55 A.M.; 8 P.M.' ^•^"^^^^•""•"""•••••^ Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Box Office Opens- fi:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Sliows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Roiv. Last Time Today Meet Me in St. Louis with .Unly (iarhunl Selected Short Subject Saturday Daily Radio Service Night Service 12:15-12:30 8:00 P.M. WOODY ...but a Hard Hitting Foe to y the Lawless! , Who's dmity?" Xo. M n Khiirl j ContM Shows Sal. 12:30 to 11:30 EVANGELIST, Pine Bluff, Arkansas C. E. SMITH SONG DIRECTOR, Pocahonras, Ark. Sunday nnd Monday D. D. WOODY, Evangelist YOU ARE INVITED! ew hit, Goes Home wM. LUCILE WATSON GLORIA DeHAVEN ANNF. REVERE HELEN VWSOK HURRTf DUVENPORT LEON AMtS DONALD MEEK EDWARD BROPHY S'ox News" anil Sclcclprt Shorts Contlnnms Bhowlng San. 1:15 to II

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