The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 1, 1947
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BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNK 30, 1947 ftewA To Louise Tutor Wed L. Baughman k Recently Married Here . . -The wedding of Miss Mary, Louise -vTulor.fdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E Tutor, to William L. Baughm»n, Jon of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Btughinan, WHS solemnized Sunday morntrtg, 9 o'clock, at the home of the bridegroom's parents. The Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, associate ipastor'of'First Baptist Church, of- ftcia&4 at .the double ring service. '! Pom^liig a setting for the wedding '• party were tall baskets of pink hy- ' dnngefcs, gladioli and greenery arranged) with pink s\vceti>cus? und gypsoptiila. ' The 'bride wore a street-length dress \>t while eyelet .embroidery with a! shoulder corsage of' pink carnations. • / • Her fister, Mrs. W. 13. Taylolf, was the bride's matron of honor. She also wire R white eyelet dress ami pinned^ a' corsage of pink carnatlbns at her phoulder. * W.'B. Taylor was Mr. Batiglnnan's best hian, Mr! Jmd Mrs. Baughmun arc nl home at 2310 Marguerite St. Linen Shower Given For Miss Melba Walker i MtssjRosnna Cleveland and Miss - Marcelje Humphrey entertained lest ni^it at the home of Miss Hum-1 phrey'Sj parents. Mr., and Mrs. ,1. J I •Humphrey, with a linen shower in _complu5nent to Miss Melba Walkei, briderelect of J. R. Benton of con- way. ' Gif'tsJ were arranged in a red ami .white decorated basket to carry out J the cotor scheme. Hydrangeas and. otheij Spring ilowcrs were placed in entertaining rooms. Bunco was played as the even- ing's' entertainment and costnine jefte^ry] was awarded as prices to Missi "Polly Stewart, bunco, Miss, . ..,,,,,, Walker, high, nnd Mlis Ncinri week nt 510 Dclmar after spending a wedding trip in the Burkjs. I low. I on the Gulf Coast. Refreshments of soft drinks, ice Bits of News Mostly. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ulho T. Bnrncs shown at the reception which, followed their wedding, solemnized June 14 at the home of hc r iiarcnUs, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dames are nt Home thin h and Mr. and Mrs, Jennings Bailey mvc as their guests his mother, Mrs. Ixrtta B. Bailey of St. Louis, and his sister, Mrs, Marvin Mc-, Mr. McLane, and children, Mary KaUiryn and Mimi, of El- vlns, Mo. Mrs. A. F. Welch of -Bowling Green. Ky., l s spending an extended visit here with her sister, Mrs Chartc.s Lunjrston, Mr. Langst/m, (lieir son, diaries, and infant daughter, Tannda. Condition of Howard Bailev. who Is confined to his home with nil infedcd knee, is much improved and he will soon be able to be out. William M. Jonlz, son of Mr. line Mrs. .1. M. Jonlz. will be in Detroit. Mich., this Slimmer to work in tlie Instrument department ol General Motors. He will resume advanced work toward Ills Mister's decree next Pall at Purdue University, when he will also lead [)art time. Mrs. O. Slionyo returned las night from California ami otlici pbliils on the Wrsl Coast, wlier f.hi> Ins heen vacationing the pas two months. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pasold will arrivf Friday night from Milwaukee. WIs., to IK the guests of her mother. Mr.s. G. W. Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. I/nils Garner anil children, Prcddlo and Louts "Sonny," accompanied by Mr. Garner's mother. Mrs. Katie Garner, spent yesterday in Jone.sijoro. Mrs. Louis Garner undergoes weekly medical treatments there. Mr.s. J. M. Cleveland rxnrl daughter, Miss Rosana Cleveland :i|]cnt yesterday in Memphis. Mrs, Lewie Caraway and daugh- I tcr, Diane, of Washington, D. ' arc here for two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. l,nFerncy, and brother, Kins; Lrx- Gay Fashions Cheer English L LONDON—(NI'-At- I:'ii{;!:iii(l's brcnk-awiiy from .solxr wartime fasliions is seen in the roniaiUir, rcvivul ol : ace. drapery :imi nay prints. Here arc two examples of sprlghtlicr slyUiu;. At the left, lace makes "cuviilicr" cuffs and a Irilly uuL- !int' for Uic (UiK'ct iK'pluiii (-C Mcrcia cocktail suit, in ^ cutaway stylo. 'i'ho ihrc?-pii?t'c msomljlt 1 , riynt, tcauirc:; a lony |um|>er of urltish novclly print, dnipctl in Jiiultiplc fold.s HuroKs the fi'ont. Thi" simply hiittnncd jumper's combined witli a black .skill yn<l bolero. The bolcrci is fficcd witli pi'int ci'ci)^, wliirh i;i also uso'l to make malching gloves. Amelia Ear hail Flight Recalled On Anniversary NEW YO-K. July 1. UJP>-Com- pletion ol Pan .American Ainviys' flight Injiusuraihui tin' lirst rouiul- llic world commercial nirphinc service occurred utmost cxnctly 1U year.s alter the (ii^vpiroarjni'c in the Pacific of A'nrrica's No, j nviutrix, Amelia K:\rhnvl, on u plnnerr oarlli-clivliiiK (li«ht. Mis. s Rirlmrl look off 11) years ap> toniKlit on :i 2.570-mili> flight from l/io. New Guinea, lo Hovihncl Island, tiny s:iml-:;::it in I IIP Pacific just north of the Rriuaicu 1 anil East of the International pileline. The fliRht never was completed. Miss Earhnrt and her n:\viRator. Prod J. iNoonan, were swallowed M]> in the track'css .pacific wastes. Tile known wor<l from Miss Karhart wa_ s her radio rcprjrl. 031 July 2, IFI31, to the Coast Guard Culler Ita.sL'a. Ktafionfd at Ilowlnnl. thai she believed slio was within 101) miles of the island. Throughout the years Ibc re have Ijccn rceurrinj; reports of traces of the two JSiers. Kcmf ha.s proved conclusive. In Ifl'lf, niter tlie Aiiicr-- ican invasion of -Stinan, inU'r^st was revived when an a! nmi lillcil with Amelia Karharl pictures was found oji tlie island. Miss R'urhart was dcrhrccl legally dead 0:1 Jan. 0, 1'JBO. T'erncy und ' family, she will also of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holt and children, Robert ana Jack, have returned homo aflor visiting relative.'! In Chattanooga, Newport and Knoxville. Tenn. | Miss Alice Saliba ami Joe Salilja have returned from Wichita Falls, Tex, accompanied by Mr. and Mr.'i. Ed((ie Saliba and daughter, San- tlra ,\vho will make their home here. Albert Sali'ea arrived home Sunday from Chicago, where lie Five Churches Represented at Youth Meeting iti the building of America and lh c part it should continue to Play. She also discussed stewardship, which is the theme upon which the entire Methodist Church is placing envohasis this year. The nightly programs begin with fellowship suppers, followed by classes und a period in which for- nms r.r c held. Following the worship period, when some member Ls connected with General Electric Company. Ann Ehcrdt of nirmin^ham. Ala., arrived yesterday to -spend her vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Gus KberdL ami daughters. Misses Ethel ami crearfi 'pnd cakes ic-td with "Melbn ., T , , and j| R" weie sened to ihc Yll'S. Jenilgail Hostess guests. \. The young hostesses' mothers, Mrs. Humphrey and Mrs. J. M Cleveland assisted. 1 In ^crying. A special guest was tlie mother of thei gucSl of honor, Mrs )2«ri Walker 1 . * * • * Miss |Martin Entertains For,Bunco Club/Guests 1 Miss: Elizabeth Martin nnd Mrs. Fred ii. Steadman, entertained last night -for fellor/ members .'/ bunco I club and other ; guests at Miss; Interim's home.^ Other than member^ guests were iliss Hope \yiiit*'crth am Mrs.: Pearl Lloyd. Summer flowers in j varied sluides .were ':' effectively -arranged -to decor-^te ; entertaining rooms. Tn • Evening gnmes, Mis^ Mary Wright' won high tcore prise, Mrs. Donald Day, low, and Miss Jane '•McLeod, .bunco. , ; The ; hostesses served a dosshrt course The new ly-organlae.l club, whlcfi ihas not been named, meets - bi-morithly. !o Calvary Church Group Circle O:ie of Calvary KaptlsL •htirch met yesterday nt the home of Mrs. P. H. Jcrnlgan with (heir weekly meeting lor Bible Study. Mrs. Bob Sandcr s and Mr.s. Raymond Be'kimp ltd'prayers and afterward the ei^ht members present read and discussed the fourth chapter of Acts. Mrs. Harry 'Barnctt dismissed the group with orayer. • * ' • Honored Wil.h Parly Ilay ami Russell Pierce were guests of honor when Geraldlnc Pierce entertained with n double birthday party at the home of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Pierce. The 60 guests were served refreshments of cake and cold drinks. Luncheon Is Given For Altar Society 'The'; Joe Fcllhaucr. home at 312 Kentucky St., was tire setting [or a luncheon of the Altar Society of ttie Crjurch of tiic Immaculate Conception when Mrs. Fellhnuer enter-, ' tainedi Thursday for 20 members of the society and two other guests, ' dna Fellhaucr'i and Mrs. Loy Sunimer flowers arranged in at- ,,tractWe bouquets decorated the home , Miss Rosa Schuncritsch and Mrs Dick Roberts assisted the hostess h serving i * •,. — • * .. , * , Meetings ; " Besene O'ficers mLLting toninht 7:30 o-cloclt. at thr City Hall. TIv rneeling will hold special interest ti all flying and administrative per- •EOnnel ol the AiriCoips i ./fe Underwriter Attends Conference in Michigan E. II. Forrt left yesterday nftor- 10011 for Mickiiiac Island. Mich.. .0 attend a convention of Gen- •rnl American Life insurance 3omi>any. Mr. Ford was selected is one of the eight leaders in the Arkansas division of the lilc insurance company lo attend the meeting. Mrs. Ford will nccompnnv him and spend 10 days In Chicago | with hcr daughter, Mrs. Lorlne j CiRlnpitt, and grandchildren. Ell | ront c home, Mr. Pord will Join Mrs. Ford in Chicago anrt remain there for a brief, visit. At The Hospital! lll.V'llll.VI! I I. UOSriTAI, Admittc<i: Mrs. Albcrl Caller, city. John Cari^y. Maniln. Verna Momly, Dyer. | Mtix Wal.son, Armorol. Dismissed: ,Mr.s. Lntlier Mimey ami i)aliy, elty. Mrs. James Hiinlcy and baby, city. James Burrow. Cociter, Mo. Harry Johns, city. WAU.S uosrri'AL Dismissed: Mrs. Mary Havil'-'sty, Armorel. Mrs. Virginia Havdin, l.nxora. Mrs. Leonard Chauncll, Slccle Ma. Mr.s. Maggie Billing:;. Manila. Mis, Clarence Sleadmen and b;i by.Stei'to. BAPTIST. UOSriTAI,, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, O.sceata Ark. Homer Johnson, Kciscr, Ark. Jaanita RberdL. Her parents and brother plan to arrive next week. R. J. Collier, Staff Sergt. and Mrs. Lee Duncan, and Mr. and Mrs. Cl|iudc Hrllcy and daughter, Ncdra, have returueil home after having visited Mrs. H. B. Lylo in Hopkins- viiie, Ky. TlH'.v also went to Nashvllit: for a brief lime to allend (lie "Grand Olc Opry" and visit spots of interest. Legionnaires to BTU Contest Winner Goes to Si/oom Springs Joan Tccllock, winner of the stiitc- wiflc Buptlsl 'I'rnliuiiy Union con- Icst, loft, ycslcnlay for Silonin Springs, where she will .spend nine days with other cmitc.stanLo Irom throughout Arkansas. Joan is the clHU£hli?r of Mra. Mo- visit her mother-In law, Mr;; Rosle Caraway of Manila and other relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd SklJllon am family of Los. Angeles, Calif,, nrc here for two weeks visiting his istcr, Mrs. W. M. LaFerncy, and Vlr. LaFerncy. jaFerncy. Miss Lucille Dcbe of Cape Gi- ardcau, Mo., returned homo after spending several weeks with her sister. Mrs. W. W. Ncbel, Mr. Ncbcl and family. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire and sons. Hen, Bob and Jim Uincaslilro. have returned from Wellington, Ohio, where they have been vioit- i«B relatives. Miss Nancy Slmford of Hickory, N. C., arrived Sunday lo be the I niul Cason Post, 34 of Ihc Anie- guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W.' rican Legion will hold Us weekly Iniines for a week. tinccling at 0 o'clock tonight in tin: •Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morsn will .Legion Hut. spend July In Colorado'on a loiir: | ,.. ; -^ Mrs. W. B. Tanner .atl'l Mrs. Margaret Martin Bell were motored home Sunday from. Helena, where they have been vi.slting, by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schati of Helena. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beavers and children, Carol and James Ed, accompanied by Mr. ami Mrs. Eiby Hodge and daughter, Erby Lynn, will leave tomorrow morii- ing for California to spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. 13nr;k hare as their their daughter, Mrs. W. H. Oenn and children, Peggy, Judy, Priscllla und Chailes ; "We should not only preserve onr heritage. We should improve it for those who arc to follow," Those were the words of Miss Mildred Young of Plainvicw, Tex., mcir.b?r of the Methodist Youth ol the caravan presides ,a recrea- Caravan working with the youth ' lion period is held under direction of the First Methodist Church this of another caravan member, week, when sh c spoke last iiiRlitj oilier than Miss Young, caravan lo young jKoplc from ffJIytlievlllc,'members ar e Miss Lou Vincent of i Luxora. Oosnell, Half Moon, and Neiv Orleans, Li., Miss Betty Ba- Promiscd Land. I ker of Ilarlineton. Tex., and Bruce Miss Young, m hcr rtiscussinn onliBowiiia» of KsilamsMOO. Mit:h. tl.c heritages of nn Amcricim.! Tlioir counselor i.s Mrs D. G. .--poke of the part Christianity has Hiiulinan of Whoatlcy, Ark. Read Courier News Want Ads. Special Wed. SI.00 Assorted Cold Plate Potato Salad Pickles Hot Rolls — Butter Plus A Bottle of Beer HOTEL NOBLE COFFEE SHOP J Day .Hiiil niyhl our regibtiTcd* J phai'jinu'i.'iU ajjd ,t]>ijl)jcL','ii'V jars; J • [jostle, moi-Lars aiul :.cnIcH are al* • work cotiipouiidin..; jircscriplions « • to tlie letter. Wo iHt proscriplions « anil deliver as fadt ai it is ijo:;;ji- J blc to do the job \viLh. ^icnliltc • precision. i « ROT^ROCK I DRUG STORE | 15 W. M.tin Phono '151' demi Enochs and is sponsored by Calvary Baptist Church. Daughter is Named T|] C daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Ilcnson Guernsey ol Texarkana, Tex., last Wednesday in a Texnrkixna hospital, has been first child. Miss Margaret Anderson of Ely- Ihevillc and osccohi. itau^hli-r of Mr. and Afrs. Spencer Anderson Sr. Puts On Wedding Soot Doz. Pound 4th of JULY SPECIALS! Good Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday We Will Be Closed July 4th Only Olives, Mustard, Barbecue Sauce, Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles KKKSH MOMK CUOWN . ___..^_ .^ TOMATOES ,,,I9 C LETTUCE B ,, h 10 C LEMONS c -Sb s £ WATERMELONS CANTALOUPES ORANGES BEEF ROAST PLATES ,, LUNCH MEATS PORK ROAST FRYERS GROCERY DESIGNED FOR HOT WEATHER! arid ready for selection Star Brand Children's Sandals FOR DRESS OR PLAY IN RED or WHITE SIZE 5'/2-8, 8!/2-11 $2-95 Continuous Shows Kvtry Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO K.'.ON 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wedncy;lay DISTRICT MORM Pound Florida Scaled Sweets Doz. Grade A Chuck Ib. H 1'Al'EU NAPKINS 11 e itied chimney swcep-lratlilional tymbol ot good [ uck _ • »woty Xiss on the cheek of (he toini« Doreen Reed bride - risht^at their weddlni M Su M . church, * . ' ' PhB . All Kinds Boston Butts Live or Home Dressed Ib. 211 So. First St. Free Delivery CHILDRENS SANDALS BASEBALL SHOES TENNIS SHOES WOMENS SANDALS Brown Size 70-2 Sizes Men, Women & Children Any Size 1.95 7.50 1.69 1 Selected Continuous Subjects ig Kvcryday 95 up Plenty of Parking Space MOCCASINS Womens, Red, White, or Brown 3.50-4.85 Boys, Natural or Brown 3.50, 4.50 Men's Natural or Brown 3.95, 4.50 I5ox Office <>[»ciis :il 7:00 11.411. Show Starts 7:!."i p.m. Opens Snnilay 1:00: .Starts 1:15 Continuous Shwvs S;il. arid Sun. Bargain Nisht livti-7 Night Excep* Siitunlav No iiLisscs linnorcd cm Sunday at the Uosy. Tuesday and Wednesday IXHIBI.K J'KATUKE FAMILY SHOE STORE "My Weirdest Case"! -<?/«"l<'c &,««

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