The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 30, 1946
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BLiikEvELLB (ARK. J 1 COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1940 [Mr. Langdon Honored With Picnic Last Night . '•' "W. S v ,.i»ngdon observed his '83rd , blrlnoay yesterday.' and in 'celebration of that' occasion, he (was Ttyftfred'"' laii' night with a I picnl;, : ,g|v6u' t>y : )ils daughter. Mr.;. •Welch Poster.' and Mr. Poster, nf .Jtheir home on highway Cl South. !] Three of Mr. and Mrs. Lang:i don's '.four; daughters were present 'ifor tlie'affair .They included Mrs. JAima Smith o'f Alexandria, Va, who is spending the Summer with her parents, Mrs. Byron Bartholomew of Memphis, and Mrs. Faster. With Mrs. .Bartholomew were ,Mr. Bartholomew and their chll- IdTen, Ann, Bill nnd Chnrles, and 'other guests included two of Mr. ;and Mrs. Langdon's great-grandchildren, Johnnie Ann and Alma Lane LeCompte;- of Alexandria, here wtth''^-their grandmothers, Mrs. Sifrtth and Mrs. Minnie LeCompte, of Alexandria. The 35 guests were served refreshments of picnic foocis nnd birthday cake in the yard of the Poster home. Three birthday cakes had been sent the guest of honor j —one from the family and two i from neighboring friends. [Daisy Mai'ler Bride | Of Springfield Man Mrs. Daisy - Marler, daughter of iMr.Vand Mrs^'G/II.' Caldwell, •!!» ' Cherry, becanje'*tlic" bride of Irvi'n : L. Mallett of Springfield, Ark., in ia ceremony solemnized Saturday I; afternoon at the home of the Rev. \, D. R. Harmon, o" liny street, -vho i officiated. Tlie bride wore a blue crepe dress with white accessories and a coi"- jjsagc of pink carnations. Following a wedding irip to points I in Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Mallett ' will make their ; home lii Sprinsj- I field, where Ti e has farming inter- 1 ests. , •'•• •.. Mrs. Mallett. has been employed H Rice-Stix Garment Factory. Luxora Bride Mrs. Itoliert C. West Mrs. Robert C. West of Luxora was before her marriage July 21 Miss Ruth Phclps, daughter of Mrs. Edith Pcrtuentcr, Tlie wedding was solemnized in tlie home of the ..tide's mother, near Luxora. Parents of Daughter Friends here will be Interested to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Mike Park* of Sikeston, Mo., formerly of IJly- Iheville. arc parents of a duughter born Saturday at the St. Francis Hospital of Cape Oirardcau, Mo. Their first child, has been named. Sharon Kay. Mrs. Parks Is Ihe former Miss Betty Chafin. I WSCS Meeting Held Yesterday Afternoon i Mrs. George N. Stilwell. prcsl- i dent, gave the devotional, "Intlu- I cnce in the Home" at the Woman's Society of Christian Service ot in journalism. Lake Street Methodist Church I meeting yesterday afternoon at J the church. ." Mrs. Bates .'Sturdy-giy e -the- stli- | dy lesson nnd Mrs.$fl'K' Green led ] in prayer. Pgllowiug..'the siibrt business session' over -which Mrs. Stii- weli presided, Mrs.' o.eprge' Crews dis'missed ^thc nine members present with, prayer. Blytheville Girl Gets Scholarship In Texas College Miss Ann Wcedman. daughter oi Mr. nncl Mrs. Harry Wccthnan, 11U East. Davis, has been awarded a S1GO Collef-e Government Scliolnr- slilp to Texas State College tor Women. , *Slic wns one of 15 students in th c nation to receive a scholarship of this type from .TSGW. They are awarded to liigli school LaWanda Buck Bride Of 'Macon, Ga., Man Miss LaWnnda Duck. dnuglitcr of Mr. ond Mrs. D. H. Buck of I.ench- vllle, became the bride of Knslgn W. A. Fowler, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Fowler of Mncon, Cia., July 20, In u daublc-i'liig ceremony at thc First Ilnptlst Church of Manila. 'The Rev. C. J. Rushing, pastor, officiated. Vows were pledged before nn nl- tnr banked with pulms forming a background for baskets of white Bladloll. \Vhlte candles In wrought Iron candelabra were lljjhted by llv bride's twin sisters. Miss Hetty IMI Buck and Miss liima Sno Buck. Mrs. Hnttle Mae Grimes, jjlanlsl, presented a program of nuptial music. The bride, given in man-Inge by her brother, Lloyd Duck, wore wedding gown of white crepe fashioned with a "V" neck, wide shoulders aird-butterily sleeves. She won a white straw hat with veil and hci other accessories were white. Sin carried n bouquet of white carnations, centered with n throated white orchid. Miss Junnila Buck, sister of the bride, was her maid of honor. Kh wore n navy blue sheer crepe with white accessories. Her corsni;c was of sweetheart roses. Don Do long of Woodbury. N. J.. \vsis s best man to Mr. Fowler. Ushers were Hubert B. Fowler of Jonesboro, brother of the bridegroom, and II. D. Kee'of Osceola, brothcr-ln- law of the bridegroom. Immediately following the ccrc- inimy, the couple left lor a wedding the Gulf Const. For traveling, the bride wore nn aqrm silk dress with while ncccs- soHes.' They will make their lujme in Cl lie QUO. Bits of Nevvs Condition of Mrs. John Cross who underwent n major operation last Thursday ut the liuptlst Hospital In Little Kwk, is improved Mr. Cross has returned home al> ter spending three days with aer Mrs. Cross will undergo treatment at the hospital for three or fom weeks. Cieorgcann Stllwell, daughter p: Mr, and Mrs. George N. Stllwull :!01 East Kentucky, is In Slke>t,on Mo., us the guest of Mr. and Mrs Loren Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. Ko> llogan and other relatives. Sh accompanied the Loren .Hogan back to their home after they tiac been here as guests of Mrs. Vernit Etilwell and Mr. and Mrs. Clcurg Stihvcll. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Schcre and daughter, Miss Betty Jeannine Suhcrer, have returned home alter spending n vacation at. points in Illinois, Missouri nnd Kansas, 'nicy were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Tiyiy. Schercr hi Cape Girardeau and ecame much worse. Miss Nell Harris, 808 West Wal- Ut, is expected to return today rom Plulnvlew, Ark., where she las been visiting during a two weeks vacation. Return From Reunion Mrs. W. C. Leggelt, son, Charles, and duughter, Mrs. Bob Burns, and vlr. Burns, have rcturned'from Oxford, Miss., where they attended a reunion Sunday of Mrs. Leggelt'!; renls' families. Her tuents are Mr. and Mrs M. E. Parks, who had observed ;hcir 50th wedding anniversary ear lier In the week. The 100 relatives present included Mr. and Mrs. parks' four daughters, her three sisters and his sister and three brothers. In addltioi to a number of grandchildren, me' cos, nephews and other relatives. The HlJ'theville group was ac companlcd from Holly Springs Miss., by Mrs. Newell G. Brighan of Columbus, another of Mrs. Leu Kelt's daughter, and from Mcmphi: Py Charles, who had been visit In; an aunt there. He returned horn with the family. 'of/o Strikes With 3,264 Coses in U. S. uates who maintain an average ot SO or alxive ilurini; their last two years in liifh scliool. Graduated fi-oiu Blythevllle High School this Spring with a fl:i average, Miss Wccclman will enter TS'JW in September, she plans to major In -high school, she was Garden Club historian, n member of Hie Nntioiinl Honor society, the Homo •Economics, Club, i president of the .Student co'uucll.for fnur years, on trip school paper staff and a senior Girl Scout. Pfc. Bill Stovall Back in U.S. After Service in China With 22 mouths of his 2G-monlh ervlce spent In the Pacific Thea- er of Operations. Pfc. Bill Slo- nll arrived last night In'the Unit- Birthday Obseryed [With Party "Friday J. W. Booker was guest uf honor at a surprise birthday party Friday night glvei^by'his parents, 'Mr. aiid Mrs. W. W. Bootar, at their home on East Sycamore. He was 15. The 17 children present spent the evening playing games with prizes going to Maxiiie Stafford, Mary Jane Golorth, A. J. Hall, J. c. Drake, Virgil Handley and Johnny O'Brien. Refreshments of birthday cake with Ice cream were served. Mrs. Booker was assisted by her daughter. Miss Mabel JeWell Booker, and Miss 'Goforth. • • • Mae Gaines Honored With Birthday Party Mae Gaines was guest of honor Saturday night .when her mother, Mrs. R. L. Gaines. and Mrs. p. w Garrigan, entertained with a party at the Gaines home on clear Lake Road in observance 'bf Mac's 15th birthday. The 15 guests spent the evening playing tennis, croquet, and dancing. They were served refreshments of sandwiches, beverages and cookies. '•'" Mrs. Thomason Wed In Ceremony July 73 Mrs. Tliclmn Thomason of Holland, Mo., became the bride of William Lindeman of Neoslia, Mo., in a ceremony July 13 at the First Methodist Church of Columbus Ivans. The bride wore an aqua ensemble with elbow length white gloves and accessories in Navy. She is the daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Sam Workman of Holland am for several years wlis a member o: the Cooler, Mo., school faculty. Foi the past few years, she has taugh school at Marionviile, Mo., Higl School. Following a wedding trip to Kan sas City, thc couple is at home nea: Ncoshn, where 'he has farming in tcrests. d States. The Marine Corps member lele- )honcd his pnrciits. Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Stovall, early today of his irrlval from Chiiui nnd (hal he xpcctcd to reach home in about 0 days. Stationed In China since Jan. I. Yarbro 4-H Club Meet Will Be Held Thursday There will be a Yarbro 4-H Club meeting Thursday morning at tlie fchool, which all members arc urged to attend. Members should bring a picnic ic has been with the Marine band here after having served ^.s a sti etcher bearer during the'bnjflbs on Iwo Jima and Gunni where.fe''n- ioned until sent Jan. 1 to Tiensin. Formerly a.student at University of Arkansas. Fayelteville. where a lire-medicine student prior to induction. Private Stovall will i-e--;n- .er the university In September alter a brief stay nt home. , Calvary R. A. Meets Tlie Royal Association of Calvary Baptist Church met last night at (he church, with nine members present. Announcing that the next meeting would be August 12. H. A. officers said all boys from 13 to lii years old in West Blytheville wtre urged to attend. ^___ ___ I PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed B«>sl Prices Kirby Drug Stores Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kiirgninc in Jefferson City. Mr. und Mrs. O. T. Gracey and sons. Wheeler and Tonunie, Billie Glass and rVggy Hipp, have returned home after spcndiiiK a vacation in Mississippi and Cullman, Ala., where they were guests of Mrs. Gruccy's sister. Mrs. Van Moore, and family. They returned home by niiiniiis-liam and Sinokcy Mountains. Hetty Sue Lawrence of Greenwood. Miss., Is spending Die week here with Barbara Monaghan, who has been her housegucst and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Mona- Klmn, 901 West Ash. and Betty Sue's uncle and nunt. Mr. and Mrs H W Wylle. 1127 West Main. Miss Ethel Goodncr. Miss Peggy Bujarski and Miss Billie Jean Abbott arc vacationing this week in Gulfport. Miss., and other points nlong i he coast. Mrs. G. L. Ilcydc of Jackson. Mo., arrived this afternoon to spend a week with Mr. nnd Mrs. M. "F. Day and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day. E. M. Regcuold, of Armorel, is undergoing routine trealinent at lilytheville Hospital for a time. Mrs. William Berryman, 105 East Cherry, has returned to St. Louis because of the critical illness of both her mother and father, Mr and Mrs.,; j.-i s.-. Gaines,' having liecn there a second tiine recently. Mr. Gaines first was stricken ill but later was removed from the hospital lo his home and Mrs. Gaines then became critically ill and now is at the hospital. A short time Inter tlie father's condition At The Hospitals Hlyllieville Hospital Admitted: Glenn Perry, city. Ronald McGregor, city. E. M. lU'genold, Armorel. Fred Wesley, Huffman. Virginia Adcox, city. Dismissed: ' Mrs. Albert Carson, Caruthers ville, Mo. Walls Hospital Admitted: Wash Shoemaker, Moneite. Mrs. R. E. I,. Smith. Steele. Me • Bill Uobbins, Sleele, Mo. Omar Oeslrliig, Holland, Mo. Bethel Stewart. Rt. 2, city. Marvin Lipford. Rt. 3, city. Frances Aline Yancey, Manila Dan ivy, Essex, Mo. J. TV Albright-. Hnyti, Mo. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Bryan, Cooler, Mo., a son laj night. Dismissed: Mrs. .Mm Halley, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Eddie Anderson, city. Mrs. R. c. Rose, Hoseland. W. W. Shaver, city. Mrs. J. W. McBaill, city. Memphis liajilist Hospital Admitted: H. E. Dnughcrty, Osceola. O. G. Ashley, city. Mrs. John Woodward, Osceoli Mctlimlist Hospital Local & Long Distance Moving Coiapeteit Help ftDd equipment, Adi- qaAtelr Insured. Contract ^uUuf and Mile. SerrlMV. -Home Service & Storage C«. WASHER SERVICE Philip Fret Vacnnm CIc.-incra, Frvas, Irons and Bmill A[i|i!ianecs Kepnireil. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. W. ADAMS. Mxr. Pliono 20T1 200-08 W. Main PIN-WORMS NOW CAN BE BEATEN The miseries of Pin-Worma have hrcm known for centuries, jiml nnUiiuia of vir- tims have sought n u-oy to ik'iil will, tlihi Pr»l thht HVM inside the human luuly. • Toilny. thnnks to n special. meilionUy rfcoKnued ilrui: ti highly elTective treat- mnit hl« Ijc.-n Lussilili-. Thij itriik- it tlie vitnl Incrciirerit in P-W. Ihe Pin-Worm InblcLi <lcvclin«:il in the luboraturics of Dr. V. Jnyne S: Son. The small, cnir-to-lak? P-W Inhk-ls ni-t in n svrciat way to rcumve Pin-Worm,. So tTer \vilti the nnl.nrrjusinvr riTUl s.-a by ttii., unly [), Ask your f t .r JAYNE'S r-Vl tnJ tollox,' t!ic tlon t ilch e T-VJ i Admitted: ,J. W. Ray, Hnytl. Mo. 2nd Run Hometown Movies Tucs. - Wed. July 30-31 ROXY THEATRE Charles S. Lemons FURNITURE Home Furnishings Moderately Priced Metal Utility Cabinets—3 sizes , Chenille Bed Spreads—extra quality-— Juvenile Furniture—large assortment •— including Tricycles— Luggage — Slat Seat Wood Rockers > - 5 ft. Outdoor Metal Settee, & canvas adjustable chairs— 9x12 Wool Rugs—Powderenc '"" cleaner— Armstrong's Linogloss Wax & "' for your Linoleum C E DA'R .many'.other P^ Thank you for your HForc of Your Favorites from ADAMS' Record Bar lore's a whistlefill of meloil> o revive you after thai lo lay at I lie office: There 1 SiUil It Ai;ahi— Vaiighnn Monroe Boogie WiK>iile Barnyard — Helen Curroll an<l "The Sal- isticr.s" I'll lie lost Without Yon- Betty Rhodes Wall/ You Saved For Me — Wayne Kitiii On Thc Maon-Hpani— Vniiulian Monroe Stephen Foster Favorites— Sainms'e Kayc Lo-Bos - for Men Makes StroHin' as Easy as Ridin'! Men—there's nolhini: like a "l.O-HO" for work. for play ..for wear around the clock. RCA VICTOR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co J. W. Adams, Mgr. Il-C-I) Widths $7.50 Phone 2<ni 206-98 W. Main "1,0-HO" has thai Iniill-in comfort thai holies I heir januly appearance. Buy a pair today.. .have jiralcful feet tomorrow. Family Shoe Store HONORABLE DISCHARGES Edwin N. Barger, son of Mr and Mr:;. Freeman S. Uarger, has been 1 1 ' iule . 1 ,} OC 7 I -. H ' H" 5 ^ 11 - ^B, of discharged from the Navy at the" '" "'" "" '"' ' " Phone 2342 312 West Main St. (l>y United Press) Poliomyelitis, which spellsdcath'oi .wisled bodies for many of its •outhful victims, was on the march oday in the Central and Southcrr >tates. Tlie public health service at .Vashlngton said that 3,2(M'cascs lave been tabulated throughout, he nation so far this ycnr. highest or the period since 1934. However, he health service emphasised that t was impossible to estimate accurately yearly totuV, )>v seasons. About one in every 11 cases ends in death, the health service said. A United Press survey shov.'ed :hat in at least 10 states Hie number of polio cases In 104fi had increased markedly, over the same period last year, fiul only in Minnesota was the disease describee! epidemic. Health officials sale the Increases may mean only that the i:olio "season" is starling earlier this year. At least five states—Utah, Tennessee. West Virginia. Nevada and New York—have had fewer cases tills year than last. Poliomyelitis, also known as infantile paralysis, is at its worst during the \varni summer months. It strikes impartially at great cities and isolated mi-mini; communities, at the children of the rich and the kids from the tenements. Most of its victims arc less tlian 12 years old. Minnesota has had 377 cases since Jan. i. ironically, the outbreak has been concentrated in the twin cisie.s of St. Paul and Minneapolis, home or the Sister Kenny Foundation lor infantile paralysis. The two cHic-i have had 327 cases so far in t!!4li and 34 of tlie victims have died. Separation Center In Memphis. He Is n veteran.uf 22 months duty. Chester I. Hnrgt-U, motor machinist's male second class, son of Mrs. Ada Harwell, has been returned to civilian life at the Naval Separation Center in Memphis. Of 21 months service. 15 months svere in the Pacific Theater. He participated in the Okinawa invasion. son and one daughter. Two men were killed in a truck collision on Highway C7, one mile North of Emmett. They 'were Benjamin P. Rowe, 22, and Louis Oscar Winter. CO, both of North , Greenville, Tex., was injured. Rowe was driving South and sldeswlped n truck driven by Hnskoll, officials reported. Tented arches, plain loops, whorls and deltas are terms ]«r- j taining to fingerprints. Read Courier news Want Ads. Three Persons Killed In Arkansas Accidents Ky Unlti-d Press Three persons were dead today the- result of accidents in .Southwest Arkansas yesterday. J. N. Knnders, 52, was electrocuted while working on a motor at the Twin City Armature Works In Ti'xarktma. In reversing the motor, he touched the wire leads. He is .survived by his wife, one BIG BINGO Wednesday Night 8 o'clock At the Armory Sponsored by Catholic Altar Society 50c pair • Buy SIX PAIRS and get die" ... Guarantee Certificate. .^. • A • 6 months' wear or six new pairs free. • DuPont Nylon—Rayon body, cotton top and foot—Nybn reinforced toe and heel. S Knit proportioned to fit small, average and large site man. /- '-;* -• s:>^~'.9 Laundry tested and approved. ii'.i.-OKl ANT: ft")' His Socks Actoriliiiy !(, fltj -V/;i> S/ji-i- lie i)'Lv..-.<. Joe Isaacs, Inc. Serving lil.vthevillc for More Than •!() Years Phone 3331 223 Wes 1 Main St. HE'S FREE FROM CONSTIPATION NOW! Eats Famous Cereal Daily. Hasn't Needed Harsh Laxatives for Five Years. Suffer from constipation? Then read this sincere, unsolicited letter: "This is Hie fn-st lime 1 bavo over \vii(. [fn lo IL ctiuiiiauy titxmt hi prodiu-ta. Jlut 1 mint than!; ymi fi>r AL1.-IIKAN. My lius- Iwiiil i.liviivs hull lo take some klml of lasnti« until' 11 v« ;.«(> when he iliirli'il culiiii: AI.UIlltAN csvry moriiink'. Nmv he IL«VIT nui'ils liafJi laxnlivm ami his clhniiinlioil Is fxrvllont." -Ill's. W. 1). Jlal!, H.t-'.l). #1, Box aii, AuBUita, Ga. If you sud'er from constipation due lo hick of bulk in the diet, you may bo frco from this troublo for life ... just bv eating a dish of KEU.OGG'S ALL-KUAN ci-o-j/ day, and drinking plenty of water. Try it foi- 10 dayd. 11' not completely p;'.tisti«l, scud empty carton to Kellojvfr Company, Ilattle Creek, Michigan. You'll yet double Hour ninncy back. ALL-BRAN is not a purgative. If/u ;>. v.'halcsomc food made from the vital outer layers of M-lieat. It provides identic bulk helpful to normal Jaxalion. Eat ALL-BRAN every day as a delicious cereal, or in inuHins. Clet it at your grocer's. AL'L-'BUAN is made by Kellosg's oi /3atile Creek and Omaha. MILLIONS TO LOAN 4 % Farm Loans "G.I." City Loans F.H.A. Loans Also: Conventional Loans 5-7 & 10 Years on Good Residence and Business Property. W. M. BURNS REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE COMPANY PHONE: 3361 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts ?.:«fi LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. IZ:4r> p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tiirsrlay and Wednesday McCUlHE GEOIIGE BBENT LTiiEL IWRIIYMOHE Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday M.itincrs Sat. & Sun. Only Box OfTice Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Conditions Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday lit the Rnxj. Tuesday and Wednesday Bos Office Ojicns 4:00 P. M. If you failed to sen yourself anil yqur friends in the movies, now is your opportunity. Second Run of Home Town Movies Plus

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