The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1946 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 8, 1946
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BLTTHZVILLE COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1940 11 - y«*r - old r*eU«l, tat night at the Woman's Club. . , ---"*• ' — L - J the piano BUHI_ . ' wky, be- for«"ise"u«tenefs. She it UU«ht by Elster-M»n' Dflire* of th» School Of H^'l.iiniiniUI .' f^»M»utian As'» ef sit*-, told tiielr storieS ^«nowf>k«" were Susan.'Angel, Sylvi* DuVal, Anita Wrotetv 8e*ty Colcnuii. Sara Chllo; < .J{atl\Copp*<l|t«r'J^> i *« &¥' kin, jESward Stemac, ouver Cop- p*dge-,- Marilyn Simpcon, Sandn Crawford,. Patrkii .Wsi«n«r, M»ry Louis Scrape, Glend* Lee PoeU Delores Carter, June Por»h*«,^Ann Cafolyn Simpson »Bd,M»ncjf Hamby. ' i Forming x> **tUB( (OTiM 1 * *v dents,, who wire'while dresse* a: "snowflakes^> WM , a scow scene r iith evergreen trees. ,Tho pianist wore a white form* - gown as she 'ptoyed h«c 19 num beis telling the. si^T ot the s. Nunn Entertains Octette Club, Cuests Mrs. Marvin Nufin was hostess e«teM«y afternoon to member* of he Octette Club and three other ttc, Mrs. James B. Clark, Mr.<. W, C Cat*i and Mr*. Oeorg« Orear. EnterUUtlnc rooms ot the Nunh, o^ne were, deooraUd with Vases., of ' ''"" When bridge was pltyed, -Mrs, Nunn w«t twnroed high score prl» and second'hlgn went to Mrs. Edwin Rob»h»on. ' '•'• * :••'• R«Ire»hmenls we're served. Among those, who attended Ui M*«.''f<ina Brown and recital were daughter, Miss Lela Brown, Mrs La|war;Bl&Jngi aH of '- .boro. and Mrs. Nail To Club,'Two Guests Mrs. Craridali Klnnlngham won hl|jh scote pHze In blinco gamfe last nlghl when Mrs. Byron Kal entertained member's of the aNB Club and other guests. Guests were Mr*. Virgil W»ll and Mrs.?Clyde Kdrldge. Mrs. .Joe Fitzpatrlck was aWard ed bunco P'lze and Mrs. Walls, low The. hostess served a sandwich plate with coffee and cake. /. .*.'*••' Mrs. Reinmiller Wed To Homer E. Wilson Mrs... John ; F. keihnulier becam the bride Wednesday afternoon Homer TB. Wilaon. The wedding was solemnized Urrnindo, • MI<4., at the home rfrs. H. H. las Her Club, Guests Mrs. toy Elch and Mrs. Max srey Jr., played bridge yesterday fternoon with ' members of the Mid-week Bridge Club when Mrs. H. Houchlns was host**! to the roup, EnUUuining rooms of the Itou- blrys home were decorated with fitted ' Spfr Ing' I lowers. ' "UtsU were nerved luncheon at ill tables. > bridge game*, Mrs. was awarded hljh tcote prize and setond hljh went to Mrs. Cecil. During bridge game*, prizes went o Mrs. Elch among gueslB and Mrs. Cecil Shane . among club nembers. 3/f/cer Gives Froff ic Safety Talk At Steele Loit Gaiintr WW To H. ft. Crawford . • ~"'f r MUs Lois Oailher, daughter o John Galther of Cariithersvllle, Mo became the bride Marc;h 1 of II. H Crawford Jr.; of Bell. The wedding was solemnl/ed a the First Baptist Church In Ca ruthersVlUe by the Rev. D, K. Poster j»slor. The church was decorated wit] palms and Boor boskets of whit gladioli with burning candles in 1109 candelabra completing the scene. Mike Haydeh lighted the candle b»fore the ceremony. Miss Barbara BJomeyer, solols .Mostly, Person*! »P'"'r'3." - ' of to .become the brMe~ Saturday'of Nenell rirlg- . ham, JE 66no«sirWtdne»diiy night with «5*iower given by Writ Tom Halste'qd and Miss Lonnle Hargett . at thrf FnrtsteBJJ home • - Decorating the home Were vases of spring flowers and arrangements carrylrYg ou} ,lhe brid»l motif. Gliettts played »unco during the evening, with ptlies Being awarded Mrs Dick. Stone,. high, and Miss Mnilljn Jones, low Miss s l.«6g*tt was presented 1 gifts ' Of crystal Th& hostess ,s*rv»d t daisert course. t > •> ' • * Mrs. Benish Honored Wth Luncheon, Party .Mrs li S.< Benish; Who will move soon fo California, was guest o honor Wednesday at a luncheon " at Hptel^tooble glten by fellow members of Club Eight The luncheon table was "decora ted with Spring flowers Mrs Ben ish SSaS pi€senWid a corsage o d gifts luncheon the regular home o't 'Mrs Paul dltion to members, a; gues Jess* M White rooms of the Jobc decorated with vmses ot bridge, games>hlgh prt»e Went Beriish »hd rtcond to Mrs, [ part low. ' ' fcrtain Wednesday "Open House" the Rev, 6. .'I!. Whllten, pastor ic Baptist church there. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson will make heir home in BlyUieville where he s connected with Bell Telephone ompany. Mrs. Wilson Will continue o operate her cafe on Second treet.- ,' . -.•• ,•..'.'' Mr. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Q A. Wilson of illmo, Mo., recenl- wei discharged' from the Navyi Seabees , i wrjere ; he held the grade f chief electrician. He hns mfide ils home In lilmo since his dls- :harge a few months ago. Barnes and Johri Charles fit were, hosts Wednesday night ,t fc .home 6f M*. Barnes' nio- herp Mrs Q. S. Barnes with an apett-house" party cfljertaming rooms of the home OSVWalnut, wer* decorated with irraggements ol ^>WJuU« and other =prsig" flowers. , Gfthering »t the-home were JO ^- including 4if. arid Mrs•d CaudlU ot Milllgah Ridge tit were a number of Worlt 2II veterans., , ' were served buffet style dining tabte AjBJstlni in .„„ were, iff BarW sister, s£Bill CrihlieU and tXHt Brown DOK1 WANT A KNNT II I Cn't Rtfim Tito ,. William Berryman -las Her Club, Guest Jonquils and forsythla decorated entertaining rooms of the William 3erryman home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Berryman entertained members of the Entrc Nous Club and Mrs: A. E. Henry. Mi's. M, Fll/sl^nmons was awarded high score prize and second high frent to' Mrs.. Henry -jWhen bridge was played. • The hostess served a desserl course of devil food cake with coffee. • * * *' Mrs. Marsh Hostess Mrs. Jack Marsh was hostess yes erday afternoon to members of Al >ha Beta Bunco Club at her home, n Heart street. Present for the party was one new member, Mrs. Bill Turner. Living room of the Marsh ,hotn "was detoraletl with arrangements o orsythia, Jonquils and baby breath Mrs. L«ou Speck was awarde bunco prize, Mrs. Ebb Reynold ilgh and Mrs, J. T. Hickirmn, low during afternoon bunco games. The hostess served a salad plat llh cold drinks. "J, sang "Because" and "I Love You Truly," accompanied by Miss Margaret Jane Dor roll, who also played traditional wedding marches. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore u dressmaker suit of aqua wool with brown accessories and carried n white prayer book, A gift of Mrs. F. H.'biomeyer. The prayer book was topped with a white orchid and white hyacinth owers were caught In satin stren'm- s that fell from the orchid. MLss Billy Lamb served as maid honor and wore n suit of Spring ue. wool with black accessories, pinned iU her shoulder a cor- age of pink carnations. Charles S, Armstrong of Dell •erved Mr. Crawford as best miin rid ushers were Charles Hendrlx of aru'lhersvlllc 8i)d Cecil Medcalf of lytheville. • .. -, Mrs. Crawford is n 'graduate of 'aruthorxvllle High School and nt- sndied- Meiiiplhs School of; C'om- nerce. She' has been employed In Cnruthersvllle for several months. Mr. Crawford attended Dell School nd recently was discharged from he Army.after three years service. He is employed its bookkeeper for > gin company in Dell and also will tirm with his father there .this year. Motor driving education taught n the high schools would aid much lu reducing the unusually urge number of highway accidents. Patrolman G'. I.,, Montgomery of Poplar Bluff, Mo., t61d ncmbeis of Uic Steele Rotary Cluu In nn address In which he >ieaded for saUty In driving. "I know of no more Important work In Ihc world than slaving the Ife nf a man unless It Is In n«]p- ng that man prepare himself for eternity .when he docs die," the trooper told his audience In emphasizing the Importance of safely, especially on the highways. Ail avernge cost of a fatality in highway accident Is high In money, fls well as In loss of lives, each fatality averaging $4r>,000 loss, he said In pointing out that Mta- soutl had 314 such fatalities list yenr. Of more than SOOO accidents investigated in Missouri last year, 3500 of them were attributed to negligence of one or both drivers Involved, he said. One-third of the accidents on highways involved drivers between 18 nnd 24 years, which proves a lack of training before they are allowed to drive, he said In urging proper teaching. Mrs. J-ola CulbtrUon has returned home fr°m Bkrtdgc, W. Va, where slie *»* *"« «ueet of Mrs. Jane Klncald. ' Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Neal have returned after a business trip to Nashville, Tenn., and Louisville, and Hlckmin, Ky. - ' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey have ho their guest their daughter, Mrs Uray Of Memphis. Mr. and Ramey have nov moved to 4.VJ East Davis after having sold their home on Clear Lake Road, . Mrs. H. O. Parttow has returned home afl*r 'vltiUnf tvo weeks in ParV.ersburg) W, V»., with Mrs. E JackSoti and her mother, Mi Beulah O. Lloyd. • * t Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald Has Demonstration Club bourse to 6e Given For Child Workers ; A period of training, Monday, will be given at First Baptist Church for all the, children's workers of the church. The course offered is "Understanding Children" aiul there will be a lesson'each night. > The Promised Lnml Home Dem- onstrntlonv Cluh met March 6 at the home of N*-s. W. H Pit?«erald. Members answered the roll call by telling what they have done ;his yenr to innke their home more nttrnctive. Mrs. cxllse Jnrrelt hns made two clothes closets, papered walls and painted. Mrs. Cnrl Matthews hns reaf- inngeil her furniture aiul land' ScaiJctl her ynrtl, which now has blooming jonquils nnd (lowering shrubs. Mrs. Rny Mitchell told the group of the pump she hns Installed In her kitchen'. Miss COra I.ce Colemnn, horn* defonslrnlion nBcnt. led the discussion oil short cuts in making clothing,. Members told of making continuous bias folds, tailored 'openings' and other methods of i simplifying sewing. I Mrs. Jnrrctt presided at the | business session. .,,.,, 'During Hie .soclnl' hour. Mrs. 3.. M! Hnrdin was nwnrdetl n prize in the• "Finct What. -Is On a Penny" contest nnd Mrs. Rny Mitcliell beginning- was winnel- in iinothev game, Finding Nnmes." Tlie lioslcss served a snnclwlch plate. George Mair h«* arflvW to be with his pareftls, Mr.. and Mrs. O. t. Mull-, afttr belrrf dls charged from the Army *t Tusca loosn, Al*., where he ha.4 oee undergoing treatment »l Northing ton Genera) Hospital. Mrs. Pe«r| Hires tjad as he guests last night- her daughter Mrs. J. W, Duhh jr., Mr. Dun: anil son, jiminle, 6f tTniori Cit; Teiin. '•' . ' •- ,•' "' Harmon Roblnscri hu actepted, position with the MalarU' Cbtttro Unit, United States Public HValth Service, in Plggott, Ark. .He began work there March 1 and will ipend the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Condition of Mrs. Walter Webster, whd has been ill for the past month, Is somewhat Improved. . , Louis "Sonny" Oarner Is ill at the home ot his parents. Mr. and Mrs. LouU Garner, lit East Sycamore Street,, with a severe chest cold. Condition of Iverson Morris, who hns. been ill for several weeks, Is slowly Improving. Mrs.'Byron Mall visited In Mem- Ainttttr At iryes Talk On Indians LUXORA, Ark., March I. —The lev. J. T. Self gave a lecture on How Near I Came Not Being Here" o the high school students at the ssembly period, Wednesday after- loon. The Rev. Self, a student of Indian ore and history, gave an account f his grandfather's family and Its xperlence with the Indians in Tennessee, In 1820. His grandfather's amlly came near being massacred ly the Indiana snd escaped, only, wcause, a few weeks before they had moved to another settlement. f this had happened the Rev. Self said that he would never have been lere. The Rev. Self showed arrowheads, Indian stone akes, wedges, and other relics he'picked up near the spot where his grandialner lived. The students said they thought this way of learning history was tar better than reading it from boob. At The Hotpttak Walls HocpiUI Admitted: Joe E. Stanford, sleele. Jan« Curtis, city. Mrs. Luther Reyiierson, city.' Hill Forb«s, Hermondale, Mo. Mrs. Earl Floyd Anderson, Cnr- uthersvllle, Mo. Dismissed: Bobble Joe Duncan, city, Bl)theville Hospital Admitted: Raymond Zle<l, steele, Mo. J. A. Bowling, Armorel. C. o. Payne, Steele. Dismissed: Thomas Dla, city. Thomis FOX, city. Jajnc'3 noVjert, Alexander, city. Jackie''LeRoy Martin, Holland. .Mrs.; JMJciHiggins, Huffman, >.' p. MtD£ifi|}bU, city. J. \V. iBrd»d*ater, city. Carrie Rollison, city. Bishop Will Conduct Services At O seech The Rev. R. Bland Mltehell of Little Rockf Bishop of the Eplsco- >al Church In Arkansas, will conduct services at the Osceola church Sunday night for holy communion. Mrs. McGwire Hostess Mrs, Lee Stiles wax named flower chairman of Varbro Home Demonstration club at a meeting Feb. 26 at the home of Mrs. Gene McOulre. 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 .he Book of Psalms. "Let Something Be Said," was the title, of a poem given by Mrs, McOuire and Mrs. Ernest French's topic was "Recipe For a Good Neighbor." • The hostess served refreshments Homer Starnes Purchases Benish Home On Htarn St Homer Starnes has purchased the home at 1511 Hearh St., from Mi and Mrs. I/. S. Benish. Mr. and Mrs. Benish plan to mov. o California within a few weeks. nit have not mode definite plans is to where and when. Aluminum jackets to fit over an entire locomotive are now used to jive the conventional type the effect and appearance of streamlining. • .-jjj phis this week with her niece, Mrs Jettye Hodges of Leachville, a pa- tlehi at St. Joseph Hospital. Mrs Nail was accompanied Hodges' mother, Mrs. Slaudenmayer of I/eachville. Mrs. Luther Reynerson underwent a tonsilectomy yesterday at Walls Hospital. Word has been received here that Pfc. E. H. Herrell of clarksdale Miss., Is in a critical condition at Kennedy General Hospital, Memphis. Formerly of Dell, he Is (he son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Herrel by Mrs. I Jr., and recently returned to the . M. E. States from the Philippines. "ity Electric Has branch At Osceola City Electric Company of Bly- thevilte has established a branch office at Osceola, it has been announced by C. V. Sebaugh, owner. Ernest Rousch of BIytheville Is manager of the Osceola business. Arkansas bees produced 1,175,000 pounds of honey in 1945. This was 284,000 pounds more than the estimated 1,401,000 pounds estimated production in 1944. THE BEAUTY CLINIC InjTMn BUc. MARGARET DEEN 6JOTH ETHKI, GOODNKR GEORGIA LEE WALLS Coming Events SATURDAY American Association c< University Women meeting at the home of Mrs. .O: E. Qucllmalz 3 o'clock. TfikL't 1 ran my liilllntij ti I tool w»nl ».»«*«< if t*"» Tlic state flower he 'apple blossom. Ahothef "From Me to You" Letter From HARRY FRITZIUS Do you know thnt we sometimes establish a reputation that is hard to live up to. I am again wiring my ad to the Courier while I am awny nt the market so that yon will not be disappointed Saturday. I want you to know that needful merchandise was never more scarce tlmn now. Next week 1 urn'going to tell yoti why most staple articles are not available to you even though the manufacturer's anri Jobber's warehouses are, in many cases, overflowing with them. Yoti'll be surprised! The merchandise listed below was not easily obtained. In all fairness I om again asking that you show your appreciation of the merchant who g'6es'nnd 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 know that we could call our many customers nnd give them the first choice ot these srcarce Items. My policy though lias never been to force you to buy one Item In order to get another. The fact remains, 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. Yo'i sa 1 ' 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 and bring them to us. Here is the list which we filled completely: DANCE Saturday Night 9:00 til 1:00 o'clock In the air-conditioned BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL NOBLE «0e Tfex* LADIES ADHT1TTED ONLT WITH ESCOBT Checkroom Available t:M Continuous Show* Every Daj Box Offlce Opens 1:4» Show SUrU 2:90 LISTEN TO KLCN , Last Time Today Duffy's Tavern with P.lne Crosby and Ed Gardner Selected ShcrU Saturday PAT O'BRIEN ADOLPME MEN10U EILEN DREW RUDY VALLEE • FORTUNIO BOHWWVA . Serial: "Royal Mounted" No. 3 1 : ' and Selecled Short ' : Continuous shewing li:M-Il:U Fr«h a* toniorrotu's netuipaptr ... thU creamy beige accent for jprinfl.' SO adaptable to Any color costume ... ytni'tl ioear it with everything —eeei-yplace.' $6.00 Tbt brim you IN* I*IM lUrUM MM. !»• *M>'t wMl > pmM) Inm roo. .: 1 U'lor OK'-MtMiM rt«tf it t i.n, lor Till. . IM* ItN LAZY Drop in and ley on a pair. Laiy-Bon*s Fltxlbt* Shank Oxford, makt lif«'» walk E-A-S-YI They «i« k.ill to eitercii* an^ iMmulatc th« archvtwhiU you walk. A comfort and ityU «Ko» lot dooghMi, molh»i and giandnolhu. 1 box Furniture Polish 1 can Johnson's Paste 1 jar Silver Polish 1 Oil Mop 1 Boll J 'Sc J Gauze Bandage • 1 box AspVrin 1 roll Adhesive Tape 1 pk«. b. C. Powder 1 Can Opener 1 Measuring Cup. 1 Measuring Scoop 1 Copper Pot Cleaners 2 Plrcklng Pie Pans 4 Cups and Saucers B Bowls 1 Padlock 8 Men's Handkerchiefs 1 pairs Men's Socks 2 pair Ladies Panties 1 Brassiere 3 Men's Shirts & Shorts 5 Water Glasses 1 Stew Pan 1 Shower Curtain 1 pkg. Medium Needles 1 Sewing Machine Belt 4 yards Ribbon 1 Bundle Middy Braid 1 Piece Elastic J pans,Training Pants 8 pr. Buster Brown Anklets 2 cards Bobby Pins 1 package Needles 1 Spool of Thread 2 packages Safely Pins A UNIVERSAL PKTURt Paramount News; Also Shorts Continuous sh6wtnt 1:1S-1I:M TES titzTfeMtr* IviMin* a«M HOSIERY To*. Rltt Theatre BMr. FRITZIUS "Always Something Hew" SATURDAY SPECIALS Coming Soon to the Riti Kiss & Tell with Shirley Temple-March I3-U-15 Week End at the Waldorf—L»n» Turner, Van Johnson—March t>- 21-22 Leare Her lo Heaven—Gene Tl«r- ney, Cornel WiMe—March X7-2S-M 1— Oilcloth, many patterns. 2—Plenty of large Turkish rteih Towels and Wash Cloths 3—I^iffe assortment of Piece Goods — including Cotton Prints, Chambray. two grades .Sheer ,WhH« Rayon, Cotton Print Flak, Rayon Crepe, White or Pa jama Stripe Outing, fine grade 40-inch Brown ' Domestic, White Ixmg C»oth for Baby Clothes, etc., Spun Rayon and (nany oiKers. .1—Fine assortment 6f readymade I<acc Scrim and Marquisette Panels. 5-^Several bolts of Curtain Lace, Fine White or Eggshell Scrim, Sheer Marquisette, Figured Scrim, Cretonnes, ,. etc. ft—Here's something really special for upholstering—water. proof, rare and lasting Aleu' tian Cloth. This is a rich high grade cloth used only on (he finest furniture. Choice of rich colors. 7—All colors, Shag,- Chenille, Yarn and Rag Rugs; also Kalhroom sets in something different. •9 8—Men's and Roys' Really Good Shirts and Shorts. 9—Toadies' 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 wait too kwiK- ROXY M»tteM» Sat. A Bo. Omtf •n OMce Open* C:M; Bh«r Marti«:« t. M. Each Ercntec Open Sunday 1:H; BUrta 1:11 C«otiom* 8b«w» Sat. 11 12 SOMETHING ful trnsparent NEW! Beauti- Plastic Aprons Plenty of Men's handkerchiefs. large white 13 — Fine black or tearose Slips. 14 — Ladies' Paraso**; , ;*' ' ^ ty "^ >J ' r ?-' r ^ 15— We've had 'many .'calls for size 40 Long Slf-eVe 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. Time ToOay DOUBLE FEATURE The Hairy Ape with William Bend it and Susan f!a.rward Chip Off the Old Block «lth DonaM O'Cwnor and Ryan Saturday Ther* dr« many other items worthy of mention, but browse around - Saturday and see them all. Don't forget to bring your list. HARRY FRITZIUS "Always 3017 W. Mtwn f hone 3457

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