The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 29, 1946
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PAGE TWO BLiTJttKVlLLE (ARK.) 1 COURIER NBW8 MONDAY, JULY 29, 1940 son, sons of Mrs. Miss iShibley, Fiance Feted at Pinner Party An outstanding social event of the Summer season was the dinner party given last night by Mr, nncl Mrs. A. G. Shibley complimenting their daughter, Miss Evelyn Shibley, nnd her bridegroom-elect, John Moses, of Mounts, r.i. .They will be wM in n rnromouv Ane. 1R^ The Shibleys entertained nt their home, 319 East Kentucky, with the Vu yuesis served ai ux-sto at .small tables decorated-with bowls of garden flowers. The dining table inside the home was draped with a lace cloth and centered with an effective Arrangement of pink snapdragons and pink roses with green fern. On each side burned green tapers . In crystal holders. A bowl of snapdragons of varied shades was placed on the bullet, reflected in a mirror by the light of glowing candles on each side. Garden flowers also decorated the living room. Out-of-town guests included the bridegroom-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Moses, of Mounds, 111.: Miss iidna Khonry and William Khoury of Hayti, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. John Shibley. Mr.s. G. Slilbley Miss Elizabeth Shibley and Amc! Shibley, all of New,Madrid: Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury and Philip Koury, both of Steele, Mo. I I!ol » weddings Miss Evn George, Mr. and Mrs. Philip George, Mr. and Mrs. William George and Mr. and Mrs. Fred George, all of Luxora; Mrs. D. M. Moore, Miss Betty'.Jcan Moore and Louis George, all of 'Osccola; Mis. John Samaha and John Samaha Jr.,."of New York City; Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest George of Mississippi. Party Honors Wilfords Last Night at Church The Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Wilford werp honored last night nt First Methodist church, of which he has-been pastor for the past five years, with a reception given by meuibers of the Church Woman's Society of Christian Service aim the' "i Board of Stewards. , TJje affair, which 150 church members and other friends of the Wiifords attended, was tn farewell to "Hie Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Wiltord. who' will leave this week, following hlsy promotion to district superi^' tendcnt of the Batesville District. J-*<: r will assume his new duties Thursday. kiiiccuv'e arrangements of J flowers in baskets decorated, the , two'-entertaining rooms. A prograu; of Vmusic was presented by '. Mrs Wilson Henry, pianist, Mrs. Gcorgu M. r Lee and Miss Mary Ann Park!., vocalists. Mrs. Henry presided at the refreshment table, centered with a large bowl of flowers, accented ivith gladioli and 'varied shades ol snapdragons. Refreshments of individual cakes inscribed with the letter "W" were served with punch, salted nuts and other foods. Mrs. Witford was presented a gift of a Colonial white bedspread and the Rev. Mr. Wilford, luggage. Guests were greeted by the WECS president, Mrs. Hugh Whlt- sitt, in charge of the affair. Shu was assisted by Mrs. James Hill Others who assisted were M^"! John Featherston, Mrs. S. P. Mnr- Brides of Brothers Bits of News Mostly Personal .• : — 9 * -~- _'^ v .— - .', Osc€ola Society— Personal and daughter, Virginia, of Evans- villc, ind., arc guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. jimmlc Roberts, and family. Former Blytheville Matron Now With Tulsa World, Writes Magazine Article Mrs. I!. II. Wilson * • * Miss Luclln Barnes of Hlylhevlllr, tliui^htor of Mi', nnd Mrs. T. J. finnics, and Aii;s Julia Aim -Trick- son of Holland. Mo., daughter of Mr. nnd Mis, O. 13. Sninford, l>n- cnmc brides Mils month of brothers, John Bruce and n. B. Wll- B. n. Wilson. were solemni/.etl •Mrs. .Inhn Hrucc Wilson IJnrnes \vc<lclinj{ was pcrlormr-.l July 3 niul Wilson-Jackson '.vcd- clliiB. July H. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bruce Wilson, whose marriage was amioim'.'- ed July 20, were married at Hiir 1'lrsl Methodist Church of Hcrniin- do, with the Ucv. .). n. Wn.'iMin. Hernando, Miss. The Wilson- , pastor, officiating. Mr. (n,(I .Mrs. Elctie Tyrone have II:K| us their guest Mrs. Florence! Young or Han Francisco, who also visited In SI. I.miis. Mrs. Tyrone and children accompanied Mr.s..! YO'.IIIH back to SI. Ijjuis for ai bri"f pel ind before her return to :-iii]i Francis o. Mrs. J. G. Barnes, 1021 West Ash. is spending a week in Nash- vilic, Tei'm., and Dawson, Minn, Mr. and Mr.s. J. B. Wimpy of Pine llhifr arrived this weekend In bt> quests ol Mr. and Mrs. Alton n. jaggers, 1120 West [learn. Mr. and Mr.s. E. C. Patton hnve returned from a 10 days visit in Detroit, 1-ontton, Ontario; I.uding- n, Mich.; Manitowoc, Wise., and Chicago. Elmer Ross Smith was in St. Louis yesterday to attend the Rod £<jx-Browns baseball gatne, He wns joined there by Mr. nnd Mrs. C. K. Vimdover of St. I.ouis. Mr. Smith nnd Mr. Vandovcr were in service together. Before relum- ing home. Mr. Smith visited in St. Louts, III. Mi:;s Rosemary Child, KM West tin. Mrs, Harry Kirby, Mrs. C. E. Crlgeer, and Mr.s. Charles L. Wylle. Vanell Cole Will Wed San Antonio Resident Mrs. Robert Jones Cole of Blythevillc nniiaintces the engagement of her daughter. Miss Vanell Cole, to J. w. Tarlu of San Antonio. Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Tailn of San Antonio, ' Tiie double-ring ceremony will be solemnized Sunday afternoon, J o'clock, at Calvary Baptist Church, with the Rev. p. H. Jernigan. pastor, officiating. Miss Evelyn Tomlinson will be Miss. | Cole's majd ot honor and "•—' " " "'- bride-elect's the jrothcr-ln-lnw, will serve iMr. I'arin as best man. Miss Cole wns graduated from Armoiel High School and attended Memphis School or Commerce. She was employed more than two years nt Blythevillc Army Air Held before transferring to Kelly Field, iu San Antonio. Mr. Tarin. was graduated from Tech High in San i Antonio and- cmnloyetl at Kelly Field. s The couple will make home in San Antonio. their Mrs. Ernest Gentry and daughters, Miss Helen Gentry and Iris Gentry, and Mike Williams, all o| Spartnnburg, S. C., are spending 10 duvs as guests of Mrs. B. Frank Williams and Mrs. John White. ' Miss Mnrjorie Mayo Is spending two weeks in Little jtock as guest ot her iiiml, Mrs. W. L. Phillips, and lainily., nnd Mrs. E. A. Hook have arrived from Sacramento, Calif, i leu a 10-d.iy visit with his mother, I Mrs. J, II. Hook, before he reports jor sen duly. 1 Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Roberts ami daughter, June Rose, are spending n 10-day vacation in Mobile, Ala., New Oilcans. Diloxi nnd Gultpoft, Miss. They were accompanied by Mrs. Roberts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Porter, of Coffecvlllc, Miss. ! Miss Hillle fine Schoolar is spending two weeks in Baldwyn, Miss. 1 Alec Wiley has joined Mrs. Wiley anil daughter, Carolyn Sue, following liis discharge from service. Mr. Wiley, iccenUy returned from overseas duty. was discharged at l-'ori. I fain Ilouson, Texas. .Miss nltu Whitehead of Nashville is visiting Miss Emtna Cox Jr. They attended St. Cecilia Academy. M! C. IJtxon has returned to his home after n five-week vLsil in Washington, 1). C. Mr. and Mrs. Ben P. Butler Jr.. •Mr. and Mrs. Arch Gainings Jr., 1 and Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Shippen, A former lilylhcville resident has written a story published in ti current magazine and which later was featured on a "We, the People" radio program. Mrs. Thcjma Hall Quasi, daughter of the late Henderson C. Hull, one time owner and editor of Courier News, sold the story to SHE rnaga- /.Ine for the July Issue. This story by the newspaper woman, who now resides in Tulsa, Okla.. resulted in an nppearince of the subject of the story on I he ra- , dio program. She now Is club editor and fcpr- I turc writer of the Tulsa World, daily newspaper. Mrs. Quasi always had been interested In writing, having Inherited the talent from her newspaper falher and her molhcr, who also wa.s a writer. Most members of the Hall family have.- moved from Blythevi'.lc .'n recent years bul Mrs. Quast's sister. Mr.s. Clyde Fowler, and family, are here and her mother visits here at intervals. Miss Reichel Attends Her Sorority Camp Miss Mary Virginia Rcichol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. <•>• Reichcl, 1201 Henri), is in ilot Springs nt Lak P Hamilton this week with members of her Sorority, C!;i Omi'ga. , Miss Rclchel nnd the 20 other girls are students at University of Arkansas.. Fnyetteville. ton, a battleship, for the llrst Summer peacetime cruise since the end of Ihc war. This cruise is the llrst time In peacetime history Hint the midshipmen from Annnpniis and cadets from West Point * L .ili wnri: on combined operations. Midshipman Blarneycr is a student at United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. BHS Future Farmers Go to Camp This Week Blylheville High School Chapter of the Future Partners of America left this morning for the Summer cump at Hot Sprinus. The camp, where F. F. A. members from all over Arkansas gather, includes outdoor sports of softball, baseball, swimming, hikin fidiing, boating and archery. Thirty members from, the local chapter attended, under the supervision of Freeman Robinson Agriculture instructor here. 'olnsett in this district. Mrs. Rogei's discussed work the missionaries of "the Methodi.'.t Church .sponsored by the Wesleynu Guild nnd told of missionaries re- lurncd from China and .1:4x111. She explained the problems faced by these missionaries nnd the results of theh work. The conference secretary nlso •spoke of the Jurisdlcllonnl Conicr- enee In Cnhunbus, Ohio, to which she was the dclgalc from the Joneslx>ro Dlstricl. Ay another part of the program. Mrs. George M. Lee. and Mrs. Wilson Henry presented a musical program, with the two singing n duet nnd Mrs. Lee singing n solo. At n ten following the meeting. Mrs. S. B. Wilford. who will leav. Blythevillc soon fallowing the Rev. Mr. Wilford's promotion to .super intcndent of the Bntesvillc Dlslrici, wns presented a gift from the Guild, Miss Frances Little presided a' the table, draped with n Ince cloth. Entertaining rooms were decoraleu with nrrnngement.s of garden flowers. Mrs. O. E. CJnellninlz presided n. the business meeting nnd the (lev llonnl wns given by Mrs. Maude Melton. Mi«s Rosemary Child, 03.1 West , tAwnc , } lM ,.ne after spcndinc Mam, had as her gnest Miss Pattt t Hook - aw(lJ , Hcnchi Mo . Thompson of Chilhcothc, Mo., who attended school with Miss Child nt Cinrinniiti. Miss Thompson nccom- Read Courier News Want Ads. TONIGHT 6:30 p,m, Hear A Program For iNAen In Service MKi.stU])nifl]\ IJoyt! S BloniPyor. con ( ( f Mrs. E. F/ momoyor. KUti Tfciirii, is :il)o.'ii'(3 Llir USS Washhui- Wesleyan Guild Holds District Session in City Miss Mary Hublor \viis elected secrctnry of the Jonesbnro District, of the Methodist church Wcslnynn Guild nt (lie district meeting hi-rc yestcixlny afternoon, \\hcn Mrs. Edna Rogers of Newport, conferenco secretary, wns guest speaker. The meeting v;as held nt First Methodist Church, where 40 meni- s and guests gathered from various sections or the three counties, Mississippi, Cratghcad anil Head Courier Newn Want her lui.stos.s and oilier members of the Child family, Mrs. Fred Child. Carolyn. Patty. Marguerite, Sara and Fred Jr.. home from Hardy, ivl'we they had been for a monlh. I'hnining to be here two weeks. Miss Thompson vvus guest nf the Cliilds two clays in Hardy. Mrs. Joe S. nillahiin'.y, 10-11 Chiekn.sawba, has returned home af- er spending six weeks at Boston. 1 Mass.. and points of interest in Ihci"";, East and Canada, fn Boston, .she wa.s the of her daughter, Mrs. Karl W. Abrcy. and family, who with Miss Nancy Karl Abrey, accompanied Mrs. Dillahunty luuni: tor a two weeks visit. Among thn polnls where Mr.s. Dillahunty visiled wore New York City, where she .spent a week; Quebec, Canada, and Moiilmorency. Canada, the bulhpface nf Queen Victoria. Kn mute hmno. Mrs. nillahunty ind her S;ues(s went lo Niagara Falls. iy Mr.s. 15. M. Jaffc has returned j home after spending several days i in Rocky Mountain, Mo., with | Jneki c APl>lcbnuin, attending cami> there for seven weeks. Mrs. t es Mischke and son. Calvin, of Aclu. Mimi.. ore the cnosis of Mr. E. C. Welborn and family. Meul. Tommy Goetx has arrived in Mniichester, N. H., after spending a brief.V.|l wiih his mo'-he 1 '. Mrs. Kfrie Ooet/. He was en route i'to Manchester from Shrcvcporl, Lieut, and Mr.s. A. H. Bnrblcrs, Jr.. of Goodfellow Field, Texas, is the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. p. J. Scmmes and mother, Mis. Maggie IJarbicr.s. Lieutenant liar- biers will report for further duly ', I today while Mrs. Bnrblcrs will go to Syracuse. N. Y., for a visit with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. William Fergus and son. Harold, of Miami, Okla.. were last week o/ bus mother, Mrs. .1. W. Fergus, and family, anil Mrs. B. B. Wilson. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Dick Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Wilson spent yc-.terclay visiting relatives in LhKlen. and Lawrenccburg, Tenn. ' Allen "lluddlestou of Brlnkicy. Avk., will arrive Wednesday night to join Mis. Huddlcslon, who has been the guest the pusl. week ot Mr. and Mr.s. Charles R. Pcnu, !32B West, Ilearn. They will remain over . their sun. Bane Fergus, and family. Mrs. Elmer I-'ruehwalrt the weekend. .. Mrs. Spmgeon Patterson and 'daughter, Vivian, of Jackson, Miss., have arrived for a visit wilh Mrs. Patterson's mother, ; Mr.s. W. T. Oberst. Mrs. Patterson I will be here this week and Vivian I will be here until about Sept. 1 Go To The Polls Tomorrow, July 30 And Vote For ;MEN GROW TIRED l)Ul the dollars accumulated «ill] life insurance never grow tired. Bring Your Insurance I'roljlcms —to- &* SUPREME COLD WAVE with Kurlium CURLS WWAVES IN 2 to 3 HOURS AT HOME Jack W. Powell Insurance Counsellor - • Mississippi County Representative NAT]O.NAL ; :URE _% V- S.^.SCE, t,CVPRA5ty Office 21 Lynih Bldg. :. Phone 3702 'Residence Phone 3804 - PostoHicc Box 604 : Blythevilie, Ark. NATIONAL LIFE was one of th first companies; to Introduce th general practice of paying a cas v»lue on surrendered policies. It's hcatlcss—machinelcss—take* only 2 to 3 hours, yet yonr lovely, easy to manage Colei Wave Permanent will Inst months ftn<] months. Gviaraniccd to 5Ati5rY es well as any $! 5.00 professional COLD WAVE or money back on request. Ideal, too, for children'! soft, tine hair. -FOR- , t end ti»ue^, cotton applicator, neutralizer • nj complete instruction*. Get athiLrm-Kurl PIUS lit TU Kirby Bros. Drug Store Main and Broadway Phoae 476 ST4TE SENATOR HONSST-EFFICIENT—FEARLESS r.. Let's Have a Clean and Honest Election In Stock— AH Leather Black Alligator Calf SlhiR — Pint heel. Also in Bi-own Alligator A A or H. Over KLCH S5.50 r.ocal A I-onff Distance Moving Compctcit Help autl equlpsueut, Adfl- ruintcly lumjred. CotilrAct MantlUK and Ml8<% Services. Hom« B*rVTce & Storage Co. PliOD« 11901 ^1gffiffi!!B5!raM^ Harry Fritzius' Week's PerHnent Question: Presuming tliat Mr. Truman's Board of 3 "Decontrollcrs" will lie hand-picked, and presuming furl her tiiat Mr. T., as in days JJOIIL* by, lends an attentive car to Mr. Murray, Mr. Green, ct al. nnd, (just to keep the record straight i prcsnming further still that Mr. Murray, as C. I. O.'s BOSS, continues to feel that his divinely appointed duty is to be fairy god-father to the American Business Man, (Who as every one knows hasn't enough '/innp- tion to run the business he has spent his life in building i and to tell him, not only who he can "HIRE and FIRL-'," nnd how much or little he is "allowed" to pay (hose whom he hires, but that he should also teSl the poor dumb-bell, (through government controls> just how much profit he can or can't innke, (disregarding entirely the evident fact that no two concerns have the same problems, expenses, etc.) - - - as I say, presuming all this, am I not justified in the further presumption that this "LAFiOR-TRU- MAN" appointed "DECONTROL" BOARD, will be highly paid and that since* it will owe its highly lucrative position to "BE-LABORED" Mr. Truman, it will be extremely loath to decontrol itself out of a job and will just naturally be extra sympathetic towards the slightest wishes, hints and suggestions of Mr. Truman, who in his turn, <with a weather eye upon the coming election year) will, as he always has, base his decisions upon the .polite suggestions and wishes of the "divinely appointed" ONK Mr. Phillip "America's Little Joe" "CIO-PAC" Murray? ? ? (Note lo High School English Students: Please don't show this sentence to your English .teacher when she tells you of the importance of short sentences in your essays. In case she docs see- it you might explain to her that this sentence hail lo IIP a niifslion and that the writer had a heck of a time turning it into one as it Wiis.) Fritzius' Weekly Specials IT'S Ni:\Vl THE KIDDIES WILL I.OVK IT SUNNY PLAY BEACH Combination Wading Pool and Knixl Ilox 2nd Run Hometown Movies TUCS. - Wed. July 30 - 31 ROXY THEATR Continuous Shows Every Day Bos Office Opens 1:41 Show LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 13:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today * Perilous Holiday with Pat O'Brien & Kuth Watriclc Paramount Nev;s; Also Shorts Continuous Showing l-lvcryilay Ttiosdav ant) Wednesday DOROTHY McClilKF. GEORGF. liflKiNT ETHEL IIARISYMOHIC Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Combination Wadini; Pool nnd Sand Box with canopy protection from the sun. Size 3 feet x 6 feet, made of heavy green \vater-repellent duck with metal corner seats and braces of 18 gau^c steel ;>aintecl ^reen. Metal standards for awniny canopy have saucy little ducks nntlcr umbrella processed in colors. Up- righls and frame of finished white oak. Pool has metal drain. Canopy can be moved to shade wading pool if desired and tilted to meet any degree of sunshine. Attractive processed canopy of the awning shows children at. play and n bonier of sea-shells. Each unit comes complete with instructions in eardlward carton. This useful and well-made item is made to sell Vor S20.00—Fritzitis" price—15.85. v Tf.l'Kt: TLAY TI'.NT Also for the kiddies, an attractive Western style Tenee Play Tent. Large si?e 5 ft. square at base, made of vat dyed olive dral) water proofed duck with large Indian and cowboy designs.—Fril- Kius' price only $8.50. GOOD STTi:i, KIDDIE OAKDES SF.T First time since the war—Kiddies' good metal garden tools, well made, good si-/e hoe. rake and spade. Frilzius' price per set $1.10. FRITZIUS "Always Something New" 2017 W. Miin < Phone 3457 Matinees Sat. & Snn. Only Box Office Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Ejcept Saturday. No passe* honored on Sunday *t 'the Rosy. Lnst Time Today Secret with Francis I.cdercr, Gail P:Urirk Fox News ana Selected Short Tuesday and Wednesday t Rox Office Opens 1:00 I'. M. ~' tf you failed to see yourself and your friends in the movies, now is your opportunity. Sccoi'if Kun of Home Town Movies 1'his

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