The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 8, 1946
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\ BLYTHEVILLE COUBIEB KEWB FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1946 11 Rental. Martha NK-hdk- . Martha Nichols, m - yaar - old f dauctdar 'of, Mr, and Mt> Ralph «•---•- i featured U.a radial, Owen,? last nHht at . . ,.. 's Club, ,, • Martha rjreaerated lhe pJano pum- Ars. Nunn Entertains itette Club, Guests ,, ,, fore ise Ucteiwts She fe Ul*ht by SisteivM»ry Dflorts of th» School cr As <tfee play** cr stWMriU «** to)d tijelr stortei »n4 w«re Susan.:An«ei, SylvU buVai, Anita Betty Ottoman. Sara ' kin, JSIward St«mac, 6liver Cop- p*d£f-,- Marilyn Stmpnn, Sandra Crawford,-" Pa tricta" -Witner, i*»ry Scrape, 6lehd» Lee Delores Carter, June Porshee, ,Ann Carolyn Simpaon aarf NahcjI^Hain- FornUhg ,a. ««J.UQf for-the itu- dems, »ho wor«' white < oresses as "snowflakes-t'j waa , a siww scene with fc\ergreen trees ,Tlie pianist wore a white formal gown as she'>Jayed" har 18 num- beis telling the'story ot the "Snow ~ r3illw»nJ' ^* ' i Among those, who »tfcud«l the recital »ere Mit'^lani Bronn and daughter, Min Lela Brown, and > Mrs LauaaoBibiag* ail of Jonesr boro ' , With ith Party Wednesday MIES -feMie'^i^tteUi to -Ucor -rav Saturday of Newell BrlK- hara,' IE h6nor*a:^«fo«day night Svith snSiower given bi Mrs. Tom 'Halste^d and 'Miss Lonnie Hargetl . at the," HiMeSh home Decorating lh e home were vases of Spring flowers aftd arrangements carrying ouj. ^he^bridal motif Quests riayed Wnco'during the pveninfc wfttf prlies being awarded Mrs Dick. Stone, high, and Miss Moillyn Jones, low Miss _1LSgg«tt wai presented gifts a dawert Mrs. Marvin Nubn was e*terdaj> afternoon to members of the Octette club and three other gu*«U, Mrs. Jarort B. C . W. C. Cat** and Mrt, oeorg* Orear. Entertalftlnt rooms of the Nunn. home Wer* decorated with vases, of kJtujulls . ' ' -When bridge was played, Nunn was awarded high score prlte and sMotid high went to Mrs*. Edwin Robinson. Rafreshments we're served. Mrs. Nail tL'tets To Club, Two Guests Mrs. Crandalt ttlnhlhjjhain won high score prize In bunco games last night when Mis. Byron:' entertained member's of the Club and other guests. Quests wife Mrs. Virgil and Mrs.'Clyde Eldrldse. Mrs:.Joe Pitzpatrlck was < ed buiico prize and Mrs. Walls, low. The hostess «*rved a sar plate with coffee and cake. Mrs. ReinmiUer Wed To Homer E. Wilson Mrs..:John.r. fcelnnuller became the bride Wednesday afternoon of Homer E. Wilson. ' The weddln«- was solemnized in Htrnando, Mist., at the home of the Rev c M Whitten, pactor of the Baptist church there,. • Mr. and Mrs. Wilson iill make ;helr home In BlythevUle Where he is connected with • Bell Telephone Company, Mrs. Wilson will continue to operate her cafe on Second Street.- Mr. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs, G A Wilson of lllmo, Mo., recently was discharged from the Navy SNbees, :wh,ere -he held the grade of chief electrician. He has made his home In lllmo since his dls- Kxiless era of other Mrs. Orear. Nunn. *?i °f. -.Mrs. ?.*3! n .won games - k» d i : Nail CJNB Walls s low idwlch became oon of zed in Krs. H. H. Houchms ^s Her Club, Guests Mr*, toy Elch and Mrs. Max Usrey • Jr., played bridge yesterday afternoon wllh ' members of Hie '.lid-week Bridge Club when Mrs. H. H. Houchlns was host**! to Die croup. , "EntM-Uinlttt rooms of thf Han- :hinjs home were decorated with n.ljttd • sptlng ' Holers. y jifluesU were served luncheon at [nuili tables. i '})purinf bridge game*, Mr*. Elch was awarded high tcoi-e prize and seeond high went U> Mrs. Cecil. During bridge earned, prizes went .0 Mrs. Elch among guests and Mrs. Cecil Shahe among club members. Loit Gaithtr WW To H. R. Crawford Miss" Lois OaJther, daughter . of John Galther of carulhersvllle, Mo., became the bride Marc.h 1 o( H. R. Crawford Jr., of Deli. The wedding was iolemnlned at the First BaptlM -Church In Ca- ruthersvllle by the Rev. D. K. Poster, pastor. The Church was decorated with palms and floor baskets of white gladioli tilth burning candles In llooi candelabra completing: the scene. Mike Haydett lighted the candles before the ceremony. Miss Barbara Bk>mey*r, Soloist Officer Gi Traffic Soi Talk At S Motor driving ediica much in reducing th large nmriber of hig dents, 1'atiolinan G'. L cry of Poplar Bluff. members of Uic Stc Club In an address li pleaded ;or safety in i "I know of no irior work in (he world thai life of a man unless It Ing- that man prepare eternity when lie doc trooper told his audie phaslzlng the imporlan especially on the high An average cost of r a highway accident money, as well as In each fatality Averaging lie said In pointing 01 souri had 374 such [ year. Of more than 5000 o vestlgated in Mlssour 3506 of them were a negligence of one or Involved, he said. One-third of the f highways involved drl 18 and 24 years, whi Mrs, Lola Culbertaon has returned home from Bkrldgt, w. Va., wlwre s>ie was the fue»t of Mrs jane Klncald. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Neal have returned after a business trip to Nashvillp, Tenn., and Lx>ulsvill«, and Hickman, Ky. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. c. W. Ramey haVe us their guest their daughter, Mrs, 6f crystal. Th& hostess ,s*rvtd cotiis* Mrs. Banish Honored With Luncheon, Party Mrs li S,< Benlsh; who will move boon to California, *»•; guest' of honor Wednesday at a luncheon at Hotel' -ftbble give* by fello* members of CluB fcight The luncheon table was-decora- led wilt) Spring flowers Mrs Befi- ish IwaS p*esfentea . a corsage of Gardenias and gifts * " luncheon the regular was _ home of 'Mrs Paul Jobe Idltion to rtiember-i, »> gue: irs Jesse M White I irtaming rooms of the' Jobc - -— decorated with vnses of _ \ gamfeNhIgh prize *ent Benlsh and second to Mrs. Partlow ' * • « Entrtain Wednesday "Open House" hes : Barnes Snd JohH Charles , were hosts Wednesday night be .home of Mf. Barnes' mo• Mrs. G. S. Barnes with an 'opeB'-house" party. EiTjerlaining r«xns of the home, 1(B1»Walnut, »ere Oeoonted with nrraa>gcmenU of -Jonquils and other Spring' flowers ' '.Uering »t the home were 30 Including Ur arid" Mrs- d CaudUl of Mitiigan Ridje ,t were a number of World II veterans. , its were seWed buffet style the dtrtibg Ufato AAUUc( in ig were Mr BarOe* 1 sister Mrs^Bin CriMieU ahd bttit Brown charge a few months ago. • « 4 Mrs. William Berryman Has Her Club, Guest Jonquils and forsyfhla decorated entertaining rooms of the William Berryman home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Berryman entertained members ol the Kntre Nous Club and Mrs: A. E. Henry. Mrs. M. Fltulfnmons was awarded high score prize and second high Went to; Mrs. Henry .when bridge was played. The hostess served a dessert course of.: devil food cake with coffee. '. . .'' ' Mrs. Marsh Hostess Mrs. Jack Marsh was hostess yes- erday afternoon to members of Alha Beta Bunco Club at her home h Hearn street. Present for the party was one ne ember. Mrs. BUI "Turner. Living room of the Marsh .home as decorated with arrangements of oi-svthla, jonquils and bbby breath Mrs. L«on Speck was awarded sunco prize, Mrs. Ebb Reynolds high and Mrs. J. T. Hlckman, low during afternoon bunco games. The hostess served a salad plate with cold drinks. sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Miss Mur- Kiret Jane Dorroh, who also played traditional wedding ma'tches. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a dressmaker suit of aqua wool with brown accesso- rle.-i and cnrrled H white prayer book, « gift of Mrs. P. H. Blomiyer. The prayer book was lopped with a lowers were caught In satin strca'm- rs that fell from lhe orchid. Miss Billy Lamb served as matd if honor and wore a suit of Spring blue, wool with black accessories. She pinned at her shoulder a cor- I BOH WANT A KNOT lf I C»'t lilim TMT MT wmc wits PtUlt 044* TKli hov 1 ran ny Ixnlndi. If I WljTyw. I don't wint k prtftf »r >«1 But 1 tr-ltrt I ft, ' iage of pink carnations. Charles s. Armstrong of Dell served Mr. Crawford a« best man arid ashers were Chorles Heiidrlx of Caruthersvllle ui\d Cecil Medcalf of Blytheville. Mrs. Crawford Is a 'graduate of 2arutliersville High Scliool aiid nt- ended- Memplhs School of Com- nercc. She has been employed in Caruthersvllle for several months. Mr. Crawford attended Dell School and recently was discharged .{ron unusUaUy way acci- Montgom- MO., told le Rotary He," the In em- a fatality in Is . high In fatalities last last year, tributed to nccldents on s be twee . . ... . proves _ lack ot training; before they are allowed lo drive, he snld In urging pro|>er tencliliitr. i East Davis atter hiving sold t/iclr home on clear Lake Road. , Mrs. M. 6. PartloW has returned home after 'vislllftg two w«eki in ParkersburgY W. Vs., with Mrs, E. L. JtckSOn and her mother, Mrs. beulah G. Lloyd. Qwrgt Mair has arrived hotfne tp be With his pareftts, Mr. ahd" Mrs. G. L. Muir, after beinf discharged from the Army at Tusca' loosa, Ala., where he has 1 been undergoing treatment at Northing ton General Hospital. Mrs. Pearl Hh>s Had as her guests lust night, her daughter Mrs. J. \V. T-Hinh jr., Mr. Dunn and son, Jimmie, Of tJniori City Tenn. •' ' - , ,; ,. •" ••'•'. Harmon Robinson his ac^eptedia position with the Malaria' Contro Unit. United States Public Health Service, In Plggott, Ark. -He be^ah work there March l and will spend the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson, .Condition of Mrs. waiter Webster, who has been ill for the past month, is somewhat Improved. . .Louis "Sonny" Garner is 111 at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garner, lie East Syc'a- At Lwxorcr Grrei Talk On Indians LDXORA, Ark., March *. —The Rev. J. T. Self gave a lecture'on 'How Near I Came Not Being Here" to the high school students at the •»s.semb!y period, Wednesday afternoon. The R«v. Self, a student of Indian ore and history, gave an account of his grandfather's family and Us experience with the Indian* In Tennessee, In 18ZO. His grandfather's family came near being massacred by the Indians and escaped, only, because, a few weeks befoie they had moved to another settlement. !f this Imd happened the Rev. Self said that he would never have been here. The Rev. Self showed arrowheads, Indian sums a*es, wedges, and other relics he'pkked up near the spot where his grandfather lived. The students said they thought this way of learning history was far better than reading it from books. At The Ho*pital» Walls HospiUI Admitted: Joe E. Stanford, Steele. Jane Curtis, city. Mrs. Luther Reynerson, city. Bill Forbes, Hermondale, Mo. Mrs. Earl Floyd Anderson, Car- ulliei'si'llle, MO. Dismissed: Bobble Joe Duncan, city. Blythevilb Hospital Admitted • Raymond Zled, Steele, Mo. J. A. Bowling, Armorel. C. O. Payne, Steele, Dismissed: Thomas DIa, city. Thomas Fox, city. James Robert Alexander, city. Jackie';LeRoy Martin, Holland.. .Mrs.,; JMkiHlggins, Huffman. P.' p. kcD^piOtt. city. J.' \V. tBrda<3#nter, city. Carrie Rollison, city. Homer Startles Purchases Benish Horn* On Hearn St. Homer Starnes has purchased the home at 1511 Hearn St., from Mr. Mrs; McGuire Hostess Mrs. Lee Stiles *a* himed flower cliairrnan of Varbro Home srrt's; s ub m™? 0 * "H*^*.. 1 ™^**™ rvo Art fit InP rlQmp nf rJfrv r\a\\e* i _ /-> rt i;/ » r n t to California within a few weeks, but have not made definite plans as to where and when. and Mrs. S. BeMsh. Feb. 26 at the home of Mrs. Gene McGulre. In addition to members present were four visitors, Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Mrs. V. O. Cornell, Mrs. Audrey chapman and Mrs. c. W Cato. .The devotional, given by Mrs. Walter Barnes, was taken from the Book of Psalms. • "Let something Be Said," was the title, of a poem given by Mrs. McGulre and Mrs. Ernest French's topic was "Recipe For a Good Neighbor." The hostess served refreshments. Bishop Will Conduct Services At Oiceofa The Rev. R. Bland Mitchell of Little Rockf Bishop of the BJlsco- pal church In Arkansas, will con-. duct services at the OsceOla church Sunday night for holy communion. Aluminum Jackets to fit over an entire locomotive are now used to give the conventional type the effect and appearance of streamlining-. . i severe chest Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald Has Demonstration Club The pr.omi.sed Land Home Dcm- onsti-allom Cluh met March 6 at the iioinc of ^-s. w. P. Fitzgerald. Members answered the roll call by telling what they hove done this year to make their home more attractive. Mrs. cxllse Jnrrell has made two clothes closets, papered walls arid painted. Mrs. Carl Matthews has rear* ranged licr furniture and land scapril her yard, which now has blooming Jonquils nnd flowering shrubs. Mrs. Rnji Mitchell told the group of the pump she lias Installed in her kitchen. Miss Cora I.ce Colcmnn, home defonstrntion agent, led the discussion oh short ciU.s in making clothing. Members told or making the Army after three years service continuous bias folds, tailorec He Is employed as bookkeeper for "P'n.'ngs an d other methods of a gin company in Dell and also will simplifying sewing. tnrm with bis father there tills year. Course 1 To lie GiVen For Child Workers , more Street, with cold. Condition of Iverson Morris, who has. been 111 for several weeks, Is slowly improving. Mrs,'Byron >J«1I visited In Memphis this week with her niece, Mrs. Jettye Hodges of Lcachville, a patient at St. Joseph Hospital. Mrs. Nail was accompanied Hodges' mother, Mrs. Staudenmayer of I«achville. Mrs. Luther Reynerson underwent a tonsilectomy yesterday at Walls Hospital. Word has been received here that Pfe. E. H. Herrell of clarksdale. Miss., Is in a ci'iticat condition at Kennedy General Hospital, Memphis. Formerly of Dell, he Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Herrell by Mrs.I Jr., and recently returned to the • M. B.States from the Philippines. City Electric Has Branch At Osceo/o City Electric Company of Blytheville has established a branch office at Osceola. it has been announced by c. V. Sebaugh, owner. Ernest Rousch of Blytheville Is manager of the Osceola business. Arkansas bees produced 1,715.000 pounds of honey in 1945. This was 284.000- pounds more than the estimated 1,491,000 pounds estimated production in 1944. THE BEAUTY CMN1C Ingnun Bldg. MABGARET DEEN SMITH El'HEL GOODNKB GEOfeGIA LEE WALLS Mrs. Jarrctt presided at the bu:iines.s.session. .. _ -. , , .... ' During Uic social hour, Mrs. J. M.' HHrdin was awarded a prize in lhe "Find Wliau Is On a Pen T ny" contest anil Mrs. Rny Mitchell A period of training, bct'lnning was winner in another game Monday, will be given at First Baptist Church for ail the children's workers ot the church. Tile course offered Is "Understanding Children'.' and there will be a lesson- each night. Coming Events SATURDAY American Association of University Women meeting at the home of Mrs. O. E. Qucllmalz 3 o'clock: -- I . . _ torlarw «f rhtutMltaw. MthHUi. ncuntii iciitrd paint The e.t*»r>w4 ire ibftl : I 4on L w*6t t p«niiy (f mute 1 fc'for IW . etmtlli* k it«*>*H hk«t«\U*nt -^_, r .mcrib*4 Vf WK»\ .,^>iy«kUir>4 for fh^arpOM-1T.W " ' -- 1P? ^— '* ^^ •It* "Finding Names." The hostess served a sandwich plate. The state flower of Arkansas Is the apple blossom. \ rf PIMPLES ' BLACKHEADS Another "From Me to You" Letter From HARRY FRITZ I US Do you know tlist we sometimes establish a reputation that is hard to live up to. I nm again wiring my ad to the Courier while I am away at the market so that you will not be riishpiwinted Saturday. I want you to know that needful merchandise was never more scarce than now. Nefct week 1 iirri going to tell yotl why most staple articles are not available to you even though the manufacturer's and Jobber's warehouses are, in many cases, overflowing with thelii. You'll be surprised! The rnerchandis« listed below was not easily obtained. In all'fairness 1 om again asking that you show your appreciation of the merchant who goes and gets the things you CAN'T obtain elsewhere, by making a list of all your needs and bringing the list to us Saturday. You of Course kttow that we could call our many customers and give them the first choice of these rcarce items. My policy though lias never been to force you to buy one Item In order to get another. The fact remaitis. however, that we must sell the items you ca-i get elsewhere if we are to'continue to bring you the scarce merchandise you need. You sa;-'. you don't need anything else. Allow me to print below the actual list of a loyal customer last Saturday. Then please check your needs nnd bring them to us. Here is the list Which we tilled completely: DANCE Saturday Night 9:00 til 1:00 o'clock In the air-conditioned BLUE ROOM oftKe HOTEL NOBLE A4tttakm Me ImeL TM. LADIES ADMITTED ONLY WITH ESCORT Checkroom Available Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:4l Show Starts 2:90 UHTEN TO KLCK , Last Time Today Duffy's Tavern with Bine Crosby and Ed Gardner Selected Short* Saiurdav Ihit cr<omy beige ccfent for *prinf .' S» •daptabte to Any color cdstume . . . you'll wear it niith everything $6.00 IV>ou in nfai** tnm (W>U xt^i i LAZY Drop in and try an • Ml'. Laiy-Ban*! FUxibl. Shank Oxfordi mak> liU'i wollc E-A-S-YI They Or. b.lll to • Itrcitt and ilim«lot« 1h« arch«i wfll« you wolk. A comfort and i*yl» iKot for doognHr, 1 bbx Furniture Polish 1 can Johnson's Paste 1 jar Silver Polish 1 Oil Mop 1 Roll J cV J Gauze Bandage- box Aspirin roll Adhesive Tape pkg. S. C. Powder- Can Opener Measuring Cup Measuring Scoop 2 Copper Pot Cleaners 2 Fircklng Pie Pans 4 Cups and Saucers 6 Bowls- 1 Padlock 6 Men's Handkerchiefs 4 pairs Men's Socks 2 pair Lnclies Panties i Brassiere 3 Men's Shirts & Shorts i; Water Glasses 1 Stew Pun 1 Shower Curlain 1 pkg. Medium Needles 1 Sewing Machine Belt. 4 yards Ribbon 1 Bundle Middy Braid 1 Piece Elastic 3 pairs-Training Pants 8 pr. Buster Brown Anklets 2 cards Bobby Pins 1 package Needles 1 Spool of Thread 2 packages Safety Pins PAT O'BRIEN ADOLPHE MENJOU .EUEN DREW RUDY VALLEE • FORTUH10 MMUNOVA « rrMvc*r Maim IELLGWI . p*«i*d trui IMMWH Serial^ "Royal Mounted" No. 3 '"and ^eletited Short ' :;- - "'--- : Continuous stowing U:3»-lltM Sunday and Monday FRITZIUS "Always Something New" SATURDAY SPECIALS I—Oilcloth, many patterns. 2— Plenty of large Turkish RAth Towels and Wash Cloths 3—I-arge assortment of Piec* Goods — including Cotton Prints, Chambray. two grades ..Sheer White Rayon, Cotton I'rirtt Flak, Rayon Crepe, While or Pajama Stripe^ Outing, fine grade 40-inch Brown Domestic, White Ix>«g Cloth for Baby Clothes, etc., Spun Rayon and many othVrs. •1—Fine assortment of readymade I AC* Scrim and Marquisette Panels. ,>^-ScveraI bolts of Curtain Lace, Fine White or Eggshell Scrim, Sheer Marquisette, Figured Scrim, Cretonnes, etc. 6—Here's something realty special for upholstering—water- Proof, rare and lasting Aleu' tian Cloth. This is a rich high grade cloth used only on the finest furniture. Choice of rich colors. 7— All colors, Shag, Chenille, Yarn and Rag Rugs; also Bathroom sets in something different. « &— Men's and Itoys' Really Good Shirls and Shorts. 9 — f/edies' Panties — no run, fine grade, good waistbands. 10— HERE'S SOMETHING.' All Metal Scooters — low priced— small and large sizes. Enough to go around if you don't wail too long. 11— SOMETHING NEW! Beautiful trnsparent Clastic Aprons 1.2— Plenty of Men's large white handkerchiefs. 13— Fine black or tearose Slips. 14— Todies' for A UNIVERSAL WCTURE Paramount News; Also Shorts Continuous shoving 1:15-1I:M Coming Soon to the Ritz Kiss & Tell with Shirley Temple-March 13-14-15 Week End at the Wakferf—L»n» Tamer, Van Johnson—March t»- 21-Z2 I/eare Her (o Heaven—Gene Tier- ncy, Cornel WiMe—March 27-2S-Z* . is—We've had ! mai»yans size 40 Txmg SW*fe Blouses. Well, I found 'em. In beautiful patterns, too. 16— The nicest assortment of nationally branded Girls' and Little Tots' Cotton Dresses you ever saw. ROXY 12»tt»M Sat. * Bn. Oml» Bn OtOee Opens «:Mt Btw» «:«5 r. IK. Etch Erattnc Opens 8uxU? !:««; Start* 1:11 C*nUoa*n Shows Sttt. »«* tarn. NlgM Et«T NlgM Cn*f/l There ore many other items worthy of mention, but browse around - Saturday and see them all. Don't forget to bring your list. HARRY FRITZIUS "Ahrtrf 2017 W. Main Lost Time Today DOUBLE FEATVKE The Hairy Ape with William Bendix and S«san tlayward Chip Off the Old Block wlih DonaM O'Connor and Peggy Kran Saturday Sh.rt. ContinMK Showing 1Z:M U 11:2* Sunday and Monday U:M

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