The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE *OUB BLYTHKVILLJ5 (ARK.) GOUKIEE NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 25, IMG lar\ Walker M&rries Vlissouri Resident Miss Alice Kobreta Patterson of Carulhersvillc. Mo., became the ride of -Earl McCall Walker, sou Son Bom To Stegalls •A son was Ing at Walls Mrs! W. A. Stegall. He has Seen named William Alton. Tlie Stegalls are parents ol nn- Fish, Flowers Bedecking Sunglasses Repeat Motif in Play Suit f Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, 621 o ther son. Clyde, two. Chlckasawbs. in n ceremony Mon- iay fit Hcriiando, Miss. Mlie Rev. E. O. Whit ten. pastor of a Hei-nando Baptist church, of- West Maln toted. •Mrs. John Druce Wilson was h'e bride's metron of lionor and Mr. Wilson served the bridegroom as best man. bride wore a pink linen dress with white lace trim and white accessories. Pinned at her - was a corsage oC pink carnations and ftvhlte tube roses. Mrs. Wilson wore an aqua pique frock fashioned with drop shoulders. Her accessories were in white. Mrs. Walker was graduated this Spring from Caruthersville High School, where she was a member of the Sub-deb Club and on the sleff of the school paper. Mr. Wf.lker was graduated in 1944 from Blythcvllls High School and is a veteran of two yean Iservice in the Nav> r , having had Iser. duty in the Pf.clfio. Now em- Iployed in Osccola, he plans to tenter college in the Pall. Mrs., Stegall Is the Ada Clyde Robinson. former Miss daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson, 10U5 iFormer Resident Guest )f Mrs. Tanner, Mother Mrs. Fred Shatz of Helena, has [returned to Blytherille, where she her ho:nc many years ago, •to be the guest of Mrs. W. B. tTahner and her mother, Mrs. T. J. Kliim, 4iO West Walnut. Mrs. Rr.stz has many friends there, where she made her home |«n:ls Mr. Shatz was-manager of Ichicago Mill and Lumber Co. • j While here, she will be entertain- informally by n number ot closest friends. •Tea Will Compliment llhe Rev., Mrs. Wilford Scholarship Award Won by Polly Stewart Miss Polly Ann Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stewart, ;>2G Dougan. has been awarded a Home Economics Scholarship at Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. The scholarship is for one year, during which ail of Mtss Stewart's fees will be paid. Miss Stewart, who graduated last Spring from Blythcvlllc High School, received a Idler this week from Dr. D. P. Shownllcr. A. S. <J. Dean, Informing her that she had won the scholarship. His letter read "I am happy to inform you that you havo been selected for the Arkansas State Colleee Future Homcmakers of America Scholarship for the year 1040-47 for Mississippi County." She received the award after entering competition for the scholarship by writing a letter telling xvhy she chose to study home economics. In Htch School hern, Miss Slewart studied home economics during her freshman and sophomore years In a class taiiRht by Mrs. Freeman Robinson. In high school, she was outslnndlng in home economics and ranked 15th scholafillcally In the senior class. The scholarship-winner plans to enter college for the I r all term. Her two brothers. Bill and Bryant, are now students there. Photographer Testifies in Profiteering Investigation Ily ALICIA IIAKT NBA Stuff Writer Innovations In sunglass design arriving In lime for a gal to have more fun at match-making and coax more flattery for her face are curving temple pieces bedecked with miniature plastic fish or flowers. Among the first lo sec the fashion posslbiHtlcs in making- match- 1 es between these carnival sunglass frames and play duds were topflight models. Sandy Ccirlson, for one, wears frames sporting liny colored fish which repeal the print motif of her play suit. Other models make a match between plastic flowers that bloom on these ne* trick frames and the fresh posies tliey wear in their hair. New temple pieces, curving like question marks, wrought of colorful plnsltc, give a girl a pixie look. At The Hospitals ISlythevillc Hospital V elly. and Mrs. a son this W. C. morn- Admiltcd: Roy Walton, Born to Mr. Davidson, city, ing. Dismissed: Mrs. "Buddy" Gann. city. Mrs. Elsie Scott, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Clyde Milllgnn, Manila. Memphis HI. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evans, Wilson, a daughter. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. w. McBaln. city. C. C. Hitchcox. buxora. Imogcnc Campbell, city. Mrs. W. H. Jackscn. 111. 2. Mrs. 11. C. Walls, city. Minnie Sue Clwsiiey. Manila. Dismissed: Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, city, Mrs. Finis Cope and baby, Steele, Mo. Mrs. W. A. Stegall and baby. city. Glenn Thomas, city. Gcoi'Kc I'aty, Cooler, Mo. Bits of News Mostly Personal Baptist WMU Promised Land 4-H Club Officers Elected Raymond K. Martin, free-lance protographer, Idem iflcs for the War Investigation Committee, pictures of (lie January 2, 1944, wedding party given toi Natalia CJarsson Klebenov, daughter of Murraj Gnrsson, at Hie Holcl Pierre in Hew York. The pictures, which showed Rep. Andrew May (D., Ky.l end high-ranking Army officers with the Oarssor, s. were copyrighted by the New York. Daily News and serviced exclusively by Acme Ncwsplctures. Garsson and his brother, Dr. Henry Garsson, olficials ot a munitions combine, are currently being inves'ti!?*l<!0 c n charges of war profiteering. (NEA Telephoto.) city. Read Courier News Want Ads. The nev. and Mrs. S. B. Wilford l-who will leave Blytheville soon _. .. 1 following his promotion last week PlQHS TOT I to superintendent of the Batesville I District in the Methodist Church, fSJPnr jplll be honored at a tea Sunday ' ^ cl - JI Irught at First Methodist Church, . , , , ,, , ~ n,, K'hcre he has been pastor for the Ilie <l""ter y rally of Baptist least five years Woman's Missionary Union will be 1 Hosls and hostesses for the a(- hcl<! tomorrow at New Providence fair, to :.begiu at 7 o'clock, are Baptist Church, north of Manila members of the Woman's Society Th e meeting will begin at 1- of Christian Service and Board of o'clock, with BlyUicvllle's calvary Stewards. '-•-.' Baptist Church in choree, of the All members of the church and program. "Listing of a Standard. 1 ; their friends are invited, it was M '-s. Raymond Uelknap will give I announced. [Mrs. Bell Initiated I Into <XE. S. Chapter .Mrs. Thomas A. Bell was initiated j into the Order of the Eastern ['Star at -a meeting Tuesday night [H^'the hull. I [\ "'Hostesses for the occasion were 1-Mrs. J. D. Lunsford. Mrs. W. C. Colston and Mrs. Don Haley. [Son Born to Afigells Friends here . will be interested 1 to learn th:-.t Mr. and Mis. M. J. . ., | Angell Jr., of Cape Oirardeati. Mo., i aUen d the session. ;who made their home in Blythc- . ~ | ville two and a half years while GilleSpICS Attend Meet the devotional, "God's Standard I for the People," based on the fJ2nn chapter of Isaaih. Miss Emma Aycock will sine ,"1 Would Be True," accompanied by Mrs. Ray Downing. The Rev. P. H. Jernigan will deliver the morn- Ing message, "Listing Standards ol Righteousness in America." Conferences will be held on phases of Woman's Missionary Union work by Mrs. Orln Hunt, Mrs. M. E. Wiles and Mrs. Clyde Webb. The New Providence Society will serve lunch, and afterward, a regular business session will bs held. Mrs. L. G. Miller, superintendent. Mrs. It. c. Walls, Hearn street, is undergoing routine examination at Walls Hospital. Mrs. If. F. Collins and daughter. 1 Miss Mary Stacy Collins, have returned to their homo In Memphis afler having been the guests of Mrs. Collins' sister, Mrs. E. F. Fry, and Mr. Fry. 305 East Davis. Miss Collins had been here a few days before joined by her mother for a brief visit with the Frys. I. Miller. 1001 . Walnut, is at home after having undergone it successful eye operation at a Memphis clinic. Mrs. Barbara Stephens and daughter. Carolyn, and Miss Mnxlnc Miller, all of Lake Charles. La., arc the guests of Mrs. Helen Ford and family, of Blythcvlllc Army Air Field. Also guests of the Ford 1 family arc Mrs. w. R. Stakes and son, "Bill Wilder, of Flint, Mich., here for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Whistle and daughter, Mrs. Mavis Setllcmlrc. left this morning for a two-week tour of the West. They will go to points of interest in Colorado and return home through North Dakota. Mrs. John W. Cocke and children, Emolyiie and Fred, of Memphis, arrived yesterday for a brief In Hollywood 15V EIISK1NK JOHNSON NEA Slaff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD, July 25. (NEA) — ' Oe!i c Kclley's partner in one ol the »ia dunce numbers for "Life's by tor the Loving" will be 62-year iJeim Atlair of "Arsenic nnd Oli; Lace" lame.. Esther Williams wl;, name her baby either Ben (iiftr. Hrn Gagcj or Nora. . . Rocncy and the Wild Twins go on a personal appearance Billy Mann was elected president of the Promised Land Boys and Girls 4-H Club In a meeting Tuesday attended by 45 members, one leader and one visitor. Other officers named were: Leon Duclos, vice president; Polly Fowler, secretary; Lafay Johnson, reporter; Larry Sutton, song captain. Group singing was led Gcialdlnc Young. '1 he president appointed a program committee composed of Gcr- aldinc Young, Charlinc Cameron, husban and Vivian Jones lo be in charge Mickey of the program at the next meeting. I tour in September. Hejxirts were given by the fol-, * * lowing club captains: Jerry Has- Xaviei Cugal, being intcrvicikd sell, cotton captain; Lafay John- | Jy t h c president of his fan club, son, pig captain; R. O. Plunkelt,' W as iiskecl what, he thought o. jcalf captain; Shirley Mullen, gar- ),unsc«: on nhu screen. Replieu I dcning and canning captain; Ed-'cugie: "Honey, when I see inyscll ward Beusley, poultry captain; and on th .screen I think. 'Oh Lord. Ann Ncedhain, room improvement. There's Xaviei- Cugat,'".. .Zachary caplain. I Scott caused quite a flutter when W. O. Habelbaker, assistant ! h ' c s |,ow«l up "at Arthur Murray's county agent, gave a discussion ft,. rt!mc( , i L ,. ssons .. .Exhibitors are on stock Judging. H. B Shepparf , griping ,, lc , Uv to M-G-M over the istanl, discussed ffie tccnn c visit Mrs. nut. with her parents. Mr. and Marvin Nunn, 517 West Wai- farm labor assfc recruiting of farm labor. Evangelistic Meet Begin Sunday icolor processing used In "Easy to Wed." nOUBLK-nUTY IS' NO FUN John Wayne, turned produccr- star for "Angel and the Outlaw," says he couldn't sleep during filin- itng of the picture. An evangelistic meeting; will be-1 .^ ,,,. l(| lo ((0 Ulc worrj , mg Kl 3ap- I'njgnt that a producer ordinarily gin Sunday at Clear Lake Bap services, of Nanette Fabray, star ot "Bloomer Girl." Six years ago she couldn't even get an interview. It's the old story of going to New York to crash Hollywood. . . . Sudden thought: Wonwer why film biggies haven't tried to exploit Rooert. Stack's rich singing voice. It's a natural for films..-There's a leg- art and cheesecake ban at M-G-I>'. for Beverly Tyler, she'll g-t .straight dramatic buildup, as a result of "The Green Years." Spence Tracy makes one of his rare appearances as a father u ii'.| "Sea of Grass." Bob Walker play. | his son...Before Dick Powell stnn;- 1 ed work in "Johnny O'Clcck" at Columbia, June Allyson wired htm, "Better be a good picture cui; I plan to retire." wonder if she means it? .. .Wendy Day, 14-year-old daughter of the late Clarence Day. Jr., author' of the book "Life With Father," \\-i\l play a bit role in ttie picture based on the book. WHAT, NO BREAKDOWNS? Hollywood press agents ar c not on their toes, apparently. Warner Bros, las a ne'A- short-subject. "So You're laving a Nervous Breakdown." in "ront of the cameras. But so ta, he press agents have not reported J hat anyone connected with th ' licture had to go home because ol nervous breakdown. v i today urged Ell WMU members to Steele School Enrollment at All-Time High Enrollment in Steele. Mo., schools for the Summer has broken all records, with an enrollment of 1,132. O. T. Coil, su:;erincndenl, said. Wllh services lo be each morn- Ing at 11 o'clock and each night at 7:45 o'clock, the meeting will continue through Aug. 11. The Rev. H. M. Robertson, pas- ir of Whilton Baptist Church, will hold services, and the Rev. H. C. Ellis of West, Miss., will lead the song services. '" Capital I son. • Born July 14 In Cape Girar- Mr - and Mrs. W. E. Gil-esp.e deau,,he has been named Monrotiie - ave returned from Llttls ROCA, j Jones Angell.III. He is their first hcl "« tn <"y attended the ar.iuul [ child,. .. meeting of the Arkansas Einpicy- ' ; 'Mrs. Angell. is the former Miss ment service for the Blind. F-Mnry Olivia Tilghman, who was Headquarters for the meeting was was acting," he explains. Four studios are bidding for tne months service, he was on duty 15 months in the Pacific Theater. High School teachers are Mr Coil, superlnendcnt; Mrs. s D. 1. Clark, principal; Mrs. Bates, Miss Lnuderdalc. Mrs. Oven, Mrs. \Virner, Mrs. Burdine, Miss Sloas. Hai'ey Rntledge, Sam Wal'ace, Urban Kcnley and Robert Eason. Tea'hlng l n Junior High arc Mrs. Glover. Mrs. Watson. Mrs. Blackwell and Mrs. Steple. Grade school instructors are Mrs. • - i . . r __ - - - , Spence, Mrs. Stout, Mrs. Graham, employed here at Frisco Railroad t ivlarion Hotel, where all attcn-|M ls stvothers Mrs Pike Mrs Cal elation. Mr. Angell, while at Ely- dants wo r c guests at a banquet. , ills ; Miss Ptau \ M ' rs Brooks' Miss included Joe E. Clump. |Wcbb Mrs Morgn1)i Mvs W oodarri. HONORABLE DISCHARGES Leon A. Duclos, seaman first class, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Duclos, has been discharged from the Navy at the Separation Center in Memphis. A veteran of 20 Harry O'Danicls, .son of Mr. anc Mrs, Sam O'Daniels. has been returned to civilian Hfe at the Separation Center in Memphis. William O. Green Jr., seaman second class, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Green, has been discharged from the Navy at the Separation Center in Memphis. Tie served 10 months in the Pacific Area and six months in Ihe States. Charles Laughton, who recited Lincoln's Geltysbnrg Address in "Ruggles of Red Gap," will recile the 17th chapter of the first book of Sanmel in his new picture, "A Miracl D Can Happen." The read ing runs six full script pages, and it will be done without a pause. Sessions' label, yellow and red. A meter is more than a yard in length. Means don't stand me on my head, I'm creamy, fresh, no oil is rising, The reason is . . . Continuous Shows Every Day Bos Office Opens 1:41 Show Rtni-ln ?">ft LISTEN TO KtCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday Buy Sessions Peanut Buffer at your grocer's. SESSIONS CO., INC. Enterprise, Ala< theville Army Air Field, held the rank of lieutenant, bub was n captain at time of his discharge. rehabilitation worker •' CMo. for the blind Concrete Evidence of the Hear Mrs. Kelley. Miss Ellis, Mrs. James Miss Fisher, Mrs. Hill. Miss Sharp. S. L. Robinson and Miss Patters:)". Teachers for the Maplewood Negro School are Ada Murphy, priiv jcipal; Brackens and Elna Hill. Guadalupe Peak, which rears to an altitude of 8751 feet, is the highest point in Texas. GOSPEL MEETING at the CHURCH OF CHRIST 1206 \V. Main St. IHythcvillc, Ark. ALL THIS WEEK Daily Radio Service — 12:lf,-12:30 Night Service 8 p.m. Sunday Service 10:55 a.m.; D. D. WOODY Evangelist, Pine Bluff, Ark. p.m. C. E. SMITH Song Director, I'ocubonlas, Ark. You Arc Cordially Invited ^'r^mo^co'mf 01 "" 60 ^ ° S hard as " ley arc e '' Ecwhc re. but ( Mvi rf Cat M >aVC r> 7— ls Why Mrs ' Ann Santirl ' and her G-month> ~JL>•' i D C '. a ' are tryin S to catch 40 winks on Ihe t cool concrete. Pat seems more interested in the pholoarapiicr • ll x . .„ _.. than in the sandman. FINE S T A t 'I 0 N E R Y Sparkling whw . . ICOJS rag, m approved forms for your personal correspondence. REVIVAL MEETING Luxora Church of Christ At Boy Scout Hut on School Grounds SERVICES TO BE HELD NIGHTLY, 8 o'clock B. D. .Tamos, Minister Earl E. McCord, Song Director Begins July 28 through August 9 Public Cordially Invited Paramount News :iml Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday THE GIFT SHOP Brighten Up Specially Sale pr. 43c qt. 54c ftfl C OU Ib. 50c (This Week Only) Argosheen Cleaner, regular 50c value Prime Cleaner, regular 60c value Firm Foam Rug and Upholstery Clc;iner, regular 90c value, quart Deal's Special Floor Wax Twin Itrush for KcrubbinR, polishing ;iud denning, regular Sl.SO value, set Transparent Wall Protectors Protects walls behind stoves, elc. Size 20x40" ................ ea. $1.00 Size 30x40" ea. $1.95 Nil-Tone (Water Paint), $2.93 value, gaf. $2.70 WALLPAPER We have several patterns in room lots that are real values. Come in and see our complete line of papers. DEAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE Phone 469 104 South First St. Matineu Sat..& Sun. Only Box Office Opens G:45 Opens Sunday 1:110; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. 2nd Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. 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