The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 24, 1946
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVTLLB (ARKJT COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 24; 19/16 Mildrd : English Wed Irt Ceremony .Yesterday . Mrs.' Mildred' Muir English, .daughter of Mr! and-Mrs; George L. Mulr, 305 East Davis, became'the bride yesterday afternoon of Clarence Kurtz Hendrlckson of 'Coates- villc, P».. and Wilmington, Del., In a ceremony nt the home of her aunt, Mrs. H. H. Houchlns, 1000 West Main. The •. wedding was • solemnized in the presence of Immediate members of the bride's family and :. few intimate friends. The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd; pastor of First Presbyterian Church, offlclntcd. The fireplace, with floorbaskets of pink crepe myrtle on each side, formed n background for the wedding party. The mantel was banked with greenery, around n Tim-shaped arrangement of pink zinnias. The bride wore n lime green Jersey drc'ss with white accessories. Her corsage was n gardenia surrounded by white cut carmitlom. Her maid of honor, Miss Lon Jo Hnrgett, wore a pink and blur.k jersey dress with black accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. The bride's brother, George Muir Jr., served Mr. Hendrlckson as best man. Immediately following the ccre- mo'nv, a reception was held. The Ince-drnpcd refreshment table was centered with n bowl of the •mixed Betty Sue Richardson Wed to .Fr.ed Boyett Jr. SUMMER PUNCH Miss Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Buster Richardson announce the marriage of thet! daughter, Miss Betty Sue Richard son,.to Fred Doyetl.Jr. . The double ring ceremony war solemnized July 12 at the home of (he Rev. Bates Sturdy, pastor or _ , , , Lake Street Methodist Church pink .flowers with these flow'ers also, Mrs Hnro i (1 c Thompson was the arranged throughout the home. ,| bride's matron. of ,honor and Mi Miss Dorothy Cross and Miss Hnr- Tnom ,, son Mr- Boyett's best nnn gctt presided at. the table, from which', individual -white cakes iced •with'pink .roses, punch, .nuts and mints were served. After the reception, the bride The bride wore n two-piece suit with white accessories and a white orchid corsage. Mrs. Boyett was graduate.-! from -,. , ,, . , Blythcville High School and M>. nnd bridegroom left for Memphis,, BoJ , ett ls „ veter!m of three years' erviee in the Marine Corps. He lorved one and a half years l:i the Pacific Theater. They will make their home In Blythcville. * from .where they will go to Atlantic City, N. J., New York City and other Eastern points on their wedding trip. (They fl-ilUjmake,. their home in Wilmington.,. '-, • For travel, thejjride wore a-'dark grey 'and ~wlilte"girigham suit with red accessories. Pinned nt.her shoulder was ~a white gardenia and carnation corsage. MrsJ. Hcndrickson recently jc- tnrned from St. Louis, where sue has been employed by the Civil Service. Mr.-. Hendrickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. i Harry L. Hendrickson of Coatejvllle, was discharged In February; from the Army and now is employed as -manager of the Pair,;Inc., Store in Wilmington. J ... ' Don\Chamblin Pledges Into'SAE Fraternity Don Chamblin, son of -Mr. am Mrs. L. D. Chamblln, 1312 West MBlnJ. is a pledge of Sigma 1 Alpha" Epiilorv fraternity, University 'of "Ar-" kansas, Fayettcvillc, where lie -is a student. The 194C Blythcville High School ijraduatc entered college there the second Summer semester and plans ' to continue his education there this Fall. ; His. brother, Jack Chamblin, also attends the University. To Have "Tacky" "Party At 'Hut Tomorrow Night The 20th Century Club will have a "ta£ky" party tomorrow, night instead^of the regular supper dance. To rbc at the Hut, the party wi!l begin'at 8:30 o'clock-with hosts and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hammock, Mr. and - Mrs. -Melviii Halseil, Mr. and Mrs. Blan Healh. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Dr. andJ^lrs.'.Newell G. 'Jerome. i At The Hospitals i 1 ' Walls Hospital Admitted: v Mrs. Eddie Anderson, city. Mrs., Jim Hatley Sleele. Mo. Mrs. James McBride, city. Mrs. Guy Gean, city. , Shirley Ann Posey, city. •Linda Jaggers, city. .Glenn -Ray Thomas, city. Dismissed: D. J. McLeod, city. Feariine Brents, Luxora. George Ford, city. Mrs. A. L. Cobb, city. •-" Mrs. Curtis Mason and baby city. Mrs. Ruth Henley, Manila. Mary Louise Scrape, Rt. 2, city. Ben Abbott, city. Odis Smith and baby, Eto Miss Ruth Phc/ps Wed To Luxor a Navy Veteran Miss Ruth Phelps, daughter of Mrs. Charles Phelps and the late' Mr. Phelps. became the briclr of Robert C. West, son of Mr.'ami Mrs. 1 J. C. West of Luxora. In a cere-' mony Sunday nt the home 01' 'the bride's mother, near Luxora. The Rev. P. IL Jernlgan, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church here, oilicluted at the double rln<t rites. White baskets o[ gladioli and fern formed a setting (or the wedding party. Vows were exchanged before; the. fireplace in the .living room. Over the mantel was a mirror In Which reflected, a crystal bowl of gladioli. l The bride, given In marriage by her mother, wore a blue dress will I brown accessories. Pinned at her Mis. wall. Mrs. Mrs Mrs A wnriu summer afternoon calls for a cooling lifivorage to perk up sagging spirits, and grape-lemonade punch .nisi fills the bill. Refresh-' ing lemonade, with a cup of jirnpo juice ncldcd for zippy 'flavor, is a delicious beverage to serve in Ihe afternoon, especially if it is prepared in a sp.arkling clean porcelain enameled pitcher. You can bring fhis handy utensil right lo llio (able whore you are serving yourbeverage, mid all o£ the zcsitnl grapc-lomonuctc punch taslc will remain intact. Oklahoma Voters Unseat Veterans Three Congressmen Suffer Defeats in Democratic Primary. OKLAHOMA CITY. July 24. (UP) —Oklahoma voters, apparently worried over skyrocketing prices and piqued at congressional dissension, today had defeated all of the stale's three Democratic congressmen who asked rcnomlnation in yesterday's runoff primary. The three were Hops. Jed Johnson, l-yle Boren and Victor Wicker- sliain, nil of whom had leu their opponents by upward of 3.000 votes In the first primary election July 2, the day titter elimination 01 price controls, Bcren, serving his 10th year In congress from the Fourth District, and Wlckerslinin, In .his sixth year, wei'c retired to private life by twv young veterans of World War j" Former Army Capt. Glen D. John- Eon of Okeinah. defeated Daren. Preston E. Pcden, Altus attorney who enlisled as an Army private, upset Wlckorslmm. In the three-week campaign after the .first primary Peden nnn nhad quoted grocery price lists showing rising living costs K. deride their Incumbent opponents' records on price control legisla-' Him. Johnson attacked lioren's voting record on New Deal measures, and plumped for more effective nbor legislation. 'All three dufcated congressmen lad taken exception 'to an outright extension or the OPA beyond July i. 'Tup surprise of the runoff was defent of Johnson, dean of Oklahoma's house delegation serving hi: 2Clh consecutive year In Congress, by District Judge Toby Morris ol Lawlon. Fashion Winner Voman Suffers Shoulder "racture in Accident Bits of News Mostly; Personal suoulder was n yellow-throated orchid. •Mrs. Phillip 'Guarmo of St. Loul: was her sister's matron of honor She wore n red print dress with n Fiplum ril the waist. Her cjrsam oJ while carnations and hpi ccessorlcs were In -white. Miss Betty 1 Lou Storey of Steele lo., cousin of the bride, served as er bridesmaid. Wearing u black' nd white dress with blnck :>nccs- orips, she pinned at her shoulder corsage of pink carnations. Euel Brown of Steele served Mr. Vest ns best man, Mrs. West was graduated from iiixora High School and atlci'ilcd 3rnnghon's Business College in Memphis. Mr. West , attended Bnvdetie Ugh School nnd "recently wns discharged from the Navy, nltcv 3G monlhs service. He is i\ veteran of 31 monlhs duty in the South Pacific. After a brief wedding trip, (lie couple will make their home in Blythevllle. Mrs. Minnie Arnold of Memphis nnd Mrs. Etirl Miller or Nashville, will arrive this afternoon to be the guests of their .sister. Mrs. ivcr- son Morris, 'and Mr. Morris, Rust Highway 18. They will be here over Ihe weekend. Condition of Mrs. F. L.. Forsythc who -has been ill .seven , weeks n, Hie hpmo of her daughter,' Mrs Mel Brooks, niul Mr. Brooks, tiv West Main, us slightly jinproved. Linda Jagyors, dmiyhter of Mr. ,.11-' Hcarn. 'underwent a tonsilcctoniy today at Wulls Hospital. Dr. nnd Mrs. Robert Smart nnd children. Bob uiitl Tucker, of Richmond, Va., have arrived here * accompany Mrs. Smart's parenls. h. and Mrs. E. p. Ferguson, Dr. Elliott To Speak Here Tomorrow Night Dr. Arthur E. Elllolt, field representative of Phillips University Enid, okla,, will speak tomorrow night at the First Christian Clmrcl: here. Dr. Elliott will show motion pic lures of the school. All church members nrc urgei to attend and the public is invited the Rev. R. Scott Baird, pastoi said. Jhickasawbii, on a trip to Cnllfor la. The IAVO families will lenve nmorrow for a month's vacation, hey nrc going lo San Diego by he southern route and there will guests of Mr. Ferguson's sister. VIrs. H. D. Cornell, nnd Mr. coi- ictt. also will visit at other placrs if lull-rest in California. Mrs. Cor- ictt. wns the former Miss ILorcUn r erguson who resided with tlie r'crguson family when a teacher n Ulylheville High Scliool. Mrs. Edward Parker of Memphis, njurccl In a Highway i»l accident Saturday night near Hnyll, Me., lias been removed by ainbulnTice from Walls Hospital to St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis. Her coudi- tto]i is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. li. E. Blaylock. o:!l) West Ash. have gone to Hot Springs to .spend two weeks vacation. Mrs. Cclin La Fcrney and dauph- ter, Diane Cnnuvay. of WashiueUiu, D. C., are gin-sis here of Diane's grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. La Forney, Clear lake !{o:ul. and also will visit in Manila with Mrs. E. L. Caraway. Diane, who Is 10. recently appeared In a piano recital In Washington. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davis have | novcd Into their home at 414 Rust Kentucky which they purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette May, now living in Hivcrvule, Ark. Mr.' iiid Mrs. J. D. Davis have beuiv making (heir home with her par-, enls. Mr. and Mrs. John Dnrham, .125 East Davis, since his recent discharge from .service. Condition of Edward Segravcs of Highlowt'r Community is steadily improving following two major 6p- fralions at a Etochesler, Minn., hospital after having undergone observation nt Mayo Clinic. Mrs. Se- Brnvcs, who is with him. is at Hotel Martin in Rochester. They plan lo. return home In two weeks. -• Mr. and Mrs. L. p. Chamblin have returned from' a vacation spent' at Mot Springs, Fayeltevltle. Oaiii- den nml other points of Arkansas. They were away 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce Wilson seven this week. Mrs. Joe Humphreys and children, Shirley Ann, John Wayne and Jim- vnic Dean, of Mncon, On., nnil Mrs. John Stewart of Rlpley. Tenn.. svcre Kiicsts Sunday and Monday here of Mrs. LUlnrd Hclron. Clark street, nnd Mrs. J. H. Humphrey, 907 Cherry. Mrs. Humphrey and children had been the guests of Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Humphrey's mother, in Rlplcy. Mrs. J. H. Humphrey returned home a few days a^o from Lenore-City, Tcnn., where she had been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. N. J. Wade. ' Mrs. L. E. Trowbridge nnd children, Jimmy nnd David, have returned to their home in St.. Louis after having been guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, at their home on Highway til North. Mrs. Trowbridge and sons were accompanied by her sisler and brother, Miss June Buchanan ami Johnny Buchanan, who will spend two weeks (here, nnd Miss Pearl Lee, who will spend a few days in St..Louis/ Mrs. T. J. Barnes, 400 Dougan, will leave this week for a trip in the West. She will join, her sister, Mrs. S. L. Crow, and three Grocery Concern Laudcti For Holding Price Line Credit for taking the lead ii holding the line on food price? following the lapse ol OPA IcgisSa lion, is given Joseph B. Hall, Pros, ident of 'The Kroger Co.. in l!)i current issue of Time Mngivxine. The mngazlnc said that Krngc changed its prices on meat an butter "Only the amount of th lost government subsidies—se^.-] cents on beef and 15 cents on uu! ter," adding that President Wo 1 adtnitled that the company had taken losses on these items to hold the line t-ven this much. children in Port Worth nnd from there they will motor to San Francisco, Las Vegas N. M.. and a num- ber.of other scenic spots. They :,'an to go to San Francisco by tin; cen- £ral r routc and return by the southern,'slopping at places of inlercs^. For her outstanding contribution in American fashion lend- crship, Clurc Potter, above, designer of c:isit:il clothes, IKIS been named No. 1 winner of the Coty-sponsoi'cd American Fashion Critics Award for 1U45. Sec- nid and third winners nro Omar Kiiun, designer of suits mil dresses. ;mil Vincent Moult- .Sano. desiliiiL-i' of snils niul coats. Safeguards Against Polio Get Emphasis There Is not n single case of poliomyelitis in Mississippi county and directors of the Mississippi, Count;/ Health Unit are attempting to prevent any outbreak of this disease ndw prevalent In other parts of the state. This disease has been reported to the State Health Department more frequently this year than ^or the same period of last year, to cause much concern. Although largely unpredictable as o just what it'will 'do any tjiven year and as to Us cause, H is be- ievcd sewage is an Important fac- or In preventing such diseases. Dr. A. M. Washburn, director of Division of Communicable Disease Control of the Slate Health Department and formerly director of the Mississippi County Health Unit. has issued a public appeal askinp: people to watch this condition. "The maintenance of high standards of personal and community hygiene is of the greatest importance during the Summer mouths when poliomyelitis reaches its Krcntest prevalence. Nourishing food, adequate rest, frequent bathing and avoidance of fatigue are musts for the individual. Safe water supply, sanitary .sewage and gurbags disposal, clean food handling practic- ing and elimination of rats, mice, fleas and their breeding places are objectives lo be sought by the community," said Dr. Washburn. ma continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Operm 1 :0 Show 8t»rt« ?•*« LISTEN TO KI.CN p.m. Mrs. Elsie Scott, 50, fractured icr left shoulder when she fell Monday hi the yard of Kimbrough Apartments. 114 West 'Ash. Falling whe nshe tripped on n )lank. Mrs. Scott did not realize ier Injury was serious until yesterday when examination revealed the fractured bone. Removed lo Blythevllle Hospital, her condition today was satisfactory. Temporary relief for symptoms of bronchia* and HAY FEVER Last 1'inic Today Hometown Movies Actual Newsreel Movies i>f Yourself :uul Vour Friends Boxufiice opens ut 11:00 a.m. Cinderella Jones with Joan Leslie and Koljert Alda Selected Short Subject Continuous Showinff Kveryday Thursday nnd Friday I, ASTHMAFVEFRIN CAUTION Use only «* O"«clc AT YOUR DRUGGIST! Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us -will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Aak about this plan. *'.TJ>. Berrtee We Dellrw Anrwhen Th. Ml Mrm. J. H. (MM) WUHsnv. mtt GleceM Ml*. SHOP Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Boyce Moore hostess io GNB Club. 0 *OTCH If i It you arc surfcrinf: totlurc with crotch Jitcli, (prulUts) itching fcut or loos, ath< *lc(c"s fool, factory f!cl>. .ncnc 1tct>. b^r, 'hcr's Itch, rinmvunn or itrhtn^-hnrriLn^ r ikln when due to n Cim^is infeclinii, «c4 a bottle of IJONDKASK lod.ny. The very first np plication £tiotitd Rive you sooth Ing relief ami a few treatment.: prove lhal you linvc nt last found :i '.A\\y sa \ is f nc to ry n-1 i oE J roni your to i - :iu :l]oes nut coil I Icosts only Sue ibriiiBS, your (Attv- Is slnlnlMS UquM: l| If you ,ire nnt nclu.illy rolicf tlur lir.^l liolllo noy will be refunded.— KOTHUOCK D1UTG STOKE 205 West M»in St. LIGHTEN TOO DARK UCl!v TANNED SKIN Local A Long Distance Moving Oomp«t«it Help ftud equlpnwat. Adt- qukt«ly Iniared. Ooatrftct MAallDl ul ICIK. 8»r?lc«s. HOBM Brrrlce A Stance C*. Pton. 2B01 2Sc "•* '• "•'•" «»» J»«»* CAUTIOM: Uw only M <Hr«ct*J. Dorothy Taylor, city. Edward Parker, Memphis. W. A. Stegall and bnby, city. BI;lherUte Hospital Admitted: W. 'O. Reeves, city. Mrs. Elsie Scott,.city. Mrs. Roy French, city. Mrs. J. W. Keith, Hayti, Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Graves, steele, MO., a daughter ! yesterday. Dismissed: Mrs. Edgar Sladncr Haytl, Mo. Mrs. Dave Craig, city. Orover .Ashley, city. Mrs. Billy McCormick, Steele, Mo. Mrs. N. E. Sparks, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: E. P. Bradley, Osceola. Mrs. p. B. Vfiygul, kelser. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald " Barneg. Osceola. a son.. July Clearance Our frit/re Stock of Women's Summer Play Shoes Values $3.45 to $6.00 White Red Blue Green Yellow To Clear at Pair All Sires 3 to 10—Widths AA to B Sales Finiil - No Exchanges - No Refunds The Family Shoe Store Phone 2342 312 West Main St. JtMrumount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday Matinee* Sat. & Sun. Only Box Office Opens 0:45 Opens Sunday 1:OO; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Bargain Night Every Nifht Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sonday at "the Roiy. Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Smooth as Silk Man in with Kent Taylor and Virginia Grey Halfmoon Street with Nils Astlicr anil Helen Walker Thursday and Friday Special Announcement We regret exceedingly (hat, <luc lo our havini* to vacate our present store, jmd being unable to find oilier suitable quarters, we are forced to Close Our Portrait Studio Saturday, July 27th for a Short Time In the interim we will be temporarily located at 5111 Wabada Ave.. St. I.onis (12), Mo. Anyone wishing prints of any negative we have taken can 'get it promptly by writing us at the above address. We expect to visit Itlytheville from time to time to serve our many clients. Announcements of these will appear in this paper. Watch for them! We also wish lo take this opportunity ot saying THANK YOU to nil our innnj friends. It hns been a plca.-.ure serving you, and we look forward to seivlnt; you jipain soon. THE MODEL STUDIO MAY NF.I^ON ,1. J. GAM.1AN M-G-M's BIG TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL! VANJOHNSON fcfter WILLIAMS Musical b//ss with every .HI, FMKCfS CIFFORD HENRY • TRMERS And Introducing SP9MC BllKUOH Th« M*fr«f)oltTan Op«fa Star LAURITZ MELCHIOR TOMMY DORSEY O/ig^nol Screen Floy by Rithord I end Clodyi Lehman Directed by RlCttAfD IHORTt fr«dvc«d by JOE S«fe«t*d Short

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