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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 5, 1947
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(AKK.) COURIER NEWS Walker, Announces Date, Plans for Wedding £ Miss UettM Lynn Walker, br!d«- jt^ect of Joe Robert Benton of Cou- iW»r, todiy announced dat« and •}>lans (or the wedding v Vows «ll| be exchanged in a :£*n<UeUght ceremony at four a'clr/A feA Saturday . «lternooii at the home of the bride-elect's parents, .Mr, and Mrs. Earl Walker, BOS pouth Uth St '« Miss Rosana Cleveland will be ^Miss Walker's maid of honor and only attendant, * Sherbert C. Eenton of Conway Will se his brother's best man. > Nuptial music will bo presented by Miss Ami Wheat of Ixmoke, former classmate of Miss Walker at Hendrix College, Conway, pianUt, and Tom Miller of Conway, bro- tHef-Ih-law of Mr. Beriton. vocalist. He received his degree in music Horn Heridrlx College this year. *A reception will be held In the pome ibllowjng.the ceremony. •,->-**• Steak Supper Given ;For Marceda Stevens yr ..... '. ,_ Junior Leaders of the "Y". entertained with » steak fry for Marce<i& Steven at the home or Mr. and Mrs. >B. A..Bugg last night before sjje returned today to Oie Presbyterian -Home at Monticello. t* Games were played during the evening and fireworks were shot tf'r entertainment. .. -••Msrpeda, ward of the 'Auxiliary of 'First Presbyterian Church here, spends a vacation here annually. Hhe was the houseguest of Mr. 'aha Mrs. Bugg. s • • » Dell Supper Club Entertained at Hut •** ' '1 Mr. .and Mrs. H. : B. Crawford Jr , and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Earl Brownlee entertained .Dell. Supper Club Thursday .-night with a supper nnrt -gUmce 'at the Hut. ' ^Vrhe Fourth of July holiday theme was carried out in dccora'tlohs a nil the dance programs were shaped Vis lirecrackers. The long tables at j*hicli guests were seated were decorated; with mixed Summer flowers and red, white and blue can- tiles ' Guests for the atjalr other than the 50 members were'Mr._and Mrs fUlus iElankenship and Mr. and ! >Mrs. James Tidwell. > « • • ^Annette Keener Becomes Bride of Alton Griffin 1 The weddiiig -Of Miss Annctt Keener of'St. Louis', dnughtcr of T Keener of St. Louis, to Altoi Mrs. Simmons Hottest With Bridge Club Party OSCEOLA, July 5.—Mrs. Ed Simmons entertained the Two Table Club Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. Simmons held high score and Mrs. C. V. Horn won second score. Guests playing with ciul> mcins- cfs were Mrs. Ed Quint). Mrs. O. V. Horn and Mrs. Steve JJowker. "Refreshments of puncirarTd sandwiches were served during yamcs. Arrangements of mixed Summer flowers In tall vases were used as decorations. Al fresco Supper Given By Osceola Hostesses OSCEOLA, July 5.—Six Osceola hostesses entertained Thursday wllh :i picture show parly and an ill fresco .supjjer, * The hostesses were Mrs. David Laney, Mrs. Tnl Tongntc, Mrs. Cl. P. Bryant, Mrs. Sam Coble, Mi's. Lloyd Godley nnd Miss Emma Cux. Following the show yucsts went to the home of Mrs. Laney, where the supper wns served picnic .stylo. Bits of News left Dr. niul Mr.s. H. A. Taylor Thiiri'cluy afternoon foe Tcx^rkan;*, Textis, when* they will visit thc-h' ttituglitcr, Mr.s. Sam Matthew*; nwj fnmily for sovfral clays. From Ihuro they plnn to {to la (joints along the Texas Before ivturnlvia home In ubout two week,*:. Mr. nn<| Mrs. Osnu* Diillcy aiKl | fnmfly. formerly of lllyLhcville nnd ic. Ho doesn't have his head UlytheviUe und now of 'Dalns, Tex- full of prc-conceived ideas planted as, lire Sn Cootur, Mo., visiting! ihorc by fashion magazines Inlor- irnUyos after spending a few day.-;. esl«<.l In pluming tin. 1 current "pvo- here with friends. •[ motion." -He doesn't give a hoc I Condition of Miss 'TMty Baker i wither a suit Jms "the new of H-irliniicn, Toxn.s, who Is recu;>- We the Women •BY HUTU MILIJRTT NK,\ Staff Writer When P.ip.i buys a new suit Minim usLUlly uoes along. She figures slio i,s boiler nblo tlian he to Judge Jusi what looks good on him. J3nt when Mama BOOS to make an important purchase lor herself, she goos . olone or lakes If /FfP/fflwr' I another woman with her. Hesult: Both Mama and Pa»:i ;ire pleiised with _^^^ _^^_^ Papa's suit, but, '" o ... '^.. :i " too often "Jt fluth Mlllett even Mama Is pleased with her purchase. Then why don't women take their hus- bujids with them when they make Ihrir more important clothes selections? A husband Is a fine clothes crll- at 'Hlyihevllte Hospital af tor muki-BoiiiB nn iii>peiulettoiny. Is Improved. She is with the McMi- oittst Youth Caravan which worked Beeves" or the "fashionalile sil- All he knows is whether ! * linl lhc " U!c woman tries on Is «i!<. v o'»''>K or not. ' Without wasting .wonl<; he says Church Auxiliary Meets Clilnn was sludlwl at a meeting of the junior Gh'l's Auxiliary of 'nlvnry Baptist Church when 12 nembcrs met Wednesday tvflernoim it the church. Taking part in the study vrwi! Barbara and Clarice Pmllt, Bohy lean Davis and Billy Pay Graham. Ylrs. O. W. niwls and Mr.s. H. vv. | Burnett were lenders. I Plans were made for several of | he GA's to go to GA Camp this nonth at nnvciulcn Springs. Mrs. Davis will accompany them. Refreshments were served nt conclusion of the session. First "Thai's swell" or "That's terrible.' I And liis judgment is almost always ..j.1 rlqhl. lie may not know clothes, ' but he knows when a woman looks durinf', the past week in Methodist Church here Mr. ami Mr.s. John c. K«cfe Tani^a, Ph., arrived Wednesday !o spend « vacation with Mr;;, i Keefe's parents. Mr. and Mrs. | Arch Lovelace. ! B " 1 Instead of using their hiis- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen and "«<«''« clothes ciiticlsm eonstruc- daiiRhtcr, P.-itsy Ruth, left yes'-er-l HvtlJ'—by asking their advice be- day lo return to their home In f< " 1(J tltev buy—must women buy Jacksonville.• pia., after having been 1 t " eu ' ''lothes first and then say, (jiwsls of Dr. and Mrs. James L.j" l ' nw (i " von like it?" I , city. At The Hospitals IILYTIIEVIU.E HOSPITAL Admitted: Odella Taylor, Annorcl. •Mrs. Max Watson, A'rmorel. Dismissed: •Mrs. Tiosle N.ives, cily. Mrs. Albert Carter and baby Mrs. James Honevcutl. cily. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Henry Mahan, city. Bonnie Jean Peoples, cily. Mrs. Frances York, Rte I, city. 'Mrs. Mary Alridge, Stcelc, Mo. Airs. Aaron Anderson und 'ouby, city. Linda White, city. Mrs. Waller Demon. Manila. Mcl.KMOUE CUNIC, Memphis . "Bor'n ; to Mrs. Grav. Joiner, a 'Grlf'riii of Blythevllle, son of O. D, i BAPTIST HOS1TK-VI _ ami Mrs. Eltoh dauKhter. iprlffln of Blanch, Tenn., was sol- .einnized Thursday afternoon'at the .•home of the bride's brother, Billy Dean Keener, nt Dell. The Rev. M. R. Griffin, brother of the bridegroom, officiated at the ,' double ring rites. '" Miss Reba Keener of St. Louis was her sister's maid of honor. , The bride wore a white gabor- 'dtne suit with a pale blue blouse. 'Her small hat was placed on trie iback at the head and trimmed with a blue veil. Other accessories were . also in white. ', Mr. arid Mrs. Griffin plan to innke -their St. Louis. Mrs. Hinson Hostess To Jolly Eight Club . ' Mrs. Harold 'Hinson was hostess 'to the members of the Jolly Eight )Club Thursday at her home, 210 .Dougan St. • In rook games, Mrs. Neville 'Blakemore received high and sec- !ond went to Mrs. Qrover Wren. >Mrs. J. O. Huey won rooko. .' Roses and mixed Summer flow- ets decorated entertaining roonx' A salad plate was served. Griffin Son Named "•;' This son bom'to the Rev. and Mvr>. M. R. Griffin Sunday at Blytlvv Vllle Hospital has been nsmed Or- J>te Magers. . They are parents ot another son, Malcolm R. Jr., three. , New Liberty New* ; Jack Williams was the guest for a brief time of his relatives at Trenton, Tenn. He was accompanied home by his sister, Mrs. J. L. Fuller, and he.r daughter. Misi Jena Puller of Humboidt. Tenn •' Mrs. Pearl Hill, who Is attending Summer term at Arkansas Stale 'College. Jonesboro. spent a few ;days with her daughter, Mrs. Hil- ,lon Stephenson. Mr. Stephenson, and family. «aymond Shoit, who has been .undergoing treatment. In the san- •itarivim at Boonevllle, is spending two weeks with his family. ; Mrs. Lagronc Whittle and Mrs. ; Orille O«rrott have returned home -! after spending several days at Big JSprings, Mo. ;. Bohtrj- Ccssldy of C»tron, Mo., is i rislUng his grandparents, Mr. and '.tfn. P. B. Jarrott, and other rel- Dismissed: Mrs. G. S. Degraves, Osccola. Harvey Tillman, Tomato. Coming Events MONDAY Westcyan Service Guild oi VTethodist Church mectins; Urs. 1^1'ance.s Gammill 11-10 Main St. Woman's Missionary Society First Baptist Church" meeting business, 2:30 o'clock. Hachahoma Bridge Club rucetin with Xfrs. Foy Etchieson. TUESDAY rirst with West of for Giiarcl. 121 »:ivls St. Mr. an<l .Mrs. i,. -H. Eterdt and son. Lnuis If. Jr.. art; spondin^ ci 10-day v:ication at Burdelie as gtiesLs of Mrs. Cul C.csselt and sons, Cal mid Jim. and here with Mr. nml Mrs. Gns EtX'rdl and family. Condition ot Mrs. Joe Homalaski, 601 Sontli F'onrlh at., who has been seriously ill for the past 10 day;;, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Chisnm a'. Nnlchcr., Miss., are lhi> miestorhls mother, Mr.s. -J. c. Chisum, anrt olhei' relatives. Mrs. Cicorge M. has rctm-nsd 'home from a month's visit In Bus- 1 ton, Muss, nnd Chicago, 111. Mrs. W. O. Anthony of Chicago. Is vtslt- | Ing Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee and olnev- friends. Augustus Crowe. Tluinnan Tinker, uilly Hyde. 'Uoberl Ed Thompson and Charles Pnrkcr spent yesterday at Reelfoot Lake; Tenn. Mrs. John Snyder of Washington, ». C.. is visilino Mr'.- and Mrs. li. S. Simmons of Dell ' Patty Knight of Nnshvllle, Is llw] Kiicsl of Mr. niul Mrs. Russell l>)i!l- , lips and Inmily for several days. ! Jack Owen spent yeslorday in HFouston. Miss, with (relatives and frinuls. • • - - j Mr. and Mrs. Prank Seny nn(7 ] 'Mr. nnd Mrs. T. I. Scay ntirt I'familie.'i lhave as 'their quests Mr. in ml Mr.s. Bsrnic InRoy Hand and son. Buddy, of Memphis. ., Mr. and Mrs. C. G. -Redman li'av<; as their guesls for a few days Mr. and -Mr.!. C. E. Hornby of Hrain- erd. Minn. •Mrs. A.^J. Pipkin left today for SI. l/jiiis. where she will be I be guest, of her daughter, Mrs. Lcon- :ird Phlliips, Mr. Phillips nnd their infnni son., Charles Richar;!. Then nioir fcclfiiKS are hurt if now hat or dress doesn't get their husband's vote of confidence and approval. Luxor a Hews SATURDAY, JULY 5, 19<I7 B-17 Crashes on .Unauthorized Flight Osceo/o News Mr. and Mis. C. E. Demi had as their guest their nephew, Gordon Fields, and Mrs. Fields, of San Jieni.iKlino, Calif. Their daughter Mrs. A. N. Mulllns. and Mr. Mullins' nnd granddaughter, Dixie, of Kansas City, arrived Thursday to spend two weeks with them. Dr. and Mrs. Gcorec~Cone and daughters, Shirley and Patsy, and son, George Mitchell, will leave in their plane for San Fernando, Cal. to si«md two weeks as guests of Mr.s' Cone's parents, Mr. and Mrs A 'i' Milchell. ' ' Oul-of-town relatives who attended the funeral services of Wnriier L. Dlllard Tuesday were Mr and Mrs. Curtis Williams of Ilia nejia Miss., Mrs. W. R. Sounders and son' David, of Stiu-kville, Miss., Lawrence Dlllard of Oxford, Miss.. Mr. rind Mrs. Maurice Hlgglns of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Holt of Birmingham, Aia., n'nd Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Dilhnd otj St. l.ouls, Missouri. S/fici-gt. James Robert vu authorities, after chucking personnel at one in the plane. (NKA TiHophoto.) ot the , after It Hnslre]). l.a. Sei fiel.l, .vakl they hn( | been lulicn alolt on an nnnutDorized Kirrar wns killed in the cniEh. Barks- iiU was the only believed that the Army'; t Six-Jet Bomber Mr. nnd Mrs. Milrl Abdelnour and children, Edward and Carol Ann, arrived Friday from their linme In Fort Chester, N. Y., for a visit wllli Mrs. rtbrlelnonr's imrent.i Mr. antl Mrs. P(iilltji George. ATi-s. .Sinn Men rtows. who has been visiting her son Sam' Meadows, Jr.. for the past month, was mo- lored hy him to her home In Ar- kndclphln. Sunday, rrcr granddaughter, Marylyn Meadows, wenl Iminc wllh her for a visit. Mrs. Dob Green and grandson l j eter Green, of Flint. Mich. are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs Hoh Owen. Mrs. will Thwenll . of« Chntta- iio^Ra. Tenn., Mis. R n y Graham «nd clniichtsr. Miss Olivia Graham, of Memphis were weekend visitors with Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Dentoii. They were 1 accompanied hero by Mrs. TlvAenlt'3 son. Charles, and i his two 'children of Chattanoo^Af who motored.on t ~' " fi The Air Forces Mel or olvjui hiilf that of n Suuerfortress. ' Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Phone 2487 les Clifton, have returned to tlwlr home In at. Louis. They were here vi.slUng her parents, Mr. and Mrs S. McRnc. Mrs. Louis S|)ixnn left Monday for Tupelo, Miss., lo spend two weeks with her daughter, Mi-3 II. 13. Price, and Mr. Price. ,.R. J. Wagaman of Hagerstown, Md., is here for a short visit w"h his nife's parents, Mr. and Mrs R. G, Bryant. Mrs. Wngcrmon anil.son will accompany him home. Tliejy have been here for a visit for i'.\e 'iiast month. :, Miss Mary Beth Bright of Cosnell Client the weekend with ,her co'i.iri. Sam Coats, and Mr. Coat . ommy Colemari, son of Mr. and who mqtnrctl.on to atcclc, IMissoui'la Mr 5;,.Ho3COe cpleinan, relebrnn-i or a visit with the chllvircii's ma-l^" sevenlft " birthday' biiicr'tnlnlng ternal grandpnrentr,, Mr. and Mrs • j 14 eucsls at a bhthdnv party Aflw 15'nrnett Hcdgo. . | piayini; «ames the i-uests on'-ivcd Thc poor of the l'\ir East sugar country rhew eane lo pjA •the stiEr.r requirements of their diet. •A black bear cub weighs between !) nnd 12 ounces at birth This is about l-ssoili of its full- fcrown weight. . She will be accompanied home by . her son, Edward Leo, who has been 1 visiting In St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. J. li. O'Shea of Tallulah, La., have arrived to be the Kuesls of Mrs. O'Shea's mother. Mrs. W. A. Kdwnrtls. Upon llicir return Yarbro Home Demonstration Club home, they will be accompanied by meeting with Mrs. Albert llolllngs-1 their son. Johnny, who hits been worth. Mrs. Shamlln Bunco Club. THunsDAY Jolly Eight with Mrs. R. Copelnnd as hostess. •FRIDAY Mrs. O. O. Elklns hostess C. JB. C. Club. to' Av a Ion A. .Green vegetables low. They average low to three and one-half green. also are one part ycl- yel- purls visitiuu the Shields Edwards here. Engineer Dies LITTLE ROCK. Ark... July 5. (U.P.t—Funeral services were held here today for Joe C, Harding. 42- yrar-old assistant highway engineer for the Stntc Highway Department, who died unexpectedly Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lfnch n-id ! son Ronnie of Flint, Mich., are vi- ' .'-itiiifj Mr. Lynch's mother MIS AValtcr Lynch, and sister, Mrs Tom Callis. Mr. and Mrs. N. Fnrdcccc have as their gunsts their sons, Ned f'ar- (ieecc of New Orleans, ami Ki|-ih - Fardeece of Alexniulrla. ki. j j R. C. Langslon, John Thweall,' Abe- livenuit, Lester Stevens. E .\ Ten ford, T. L. Stanford, Cecil Wright. R. L. Honck, Harry sion- ford, Tom Cnllis. T. D. Wliktns, of I.uxora, Chester Danchower 'in-l Bob Gillespie of Osceoi.t spc-nt Tiiffrlay nn ,| Wednesday at foof Lake. Tenn.. fishing. Miss Sarah Poscy of Tiismnrk. Mo., who has been the houso- of Miss Sarah LniiRston foi- a week, returned home Sunday. Mis' Lnngslon accompanied her home 'oi a week's visit there. Mrs. L. j. Clifton antl son. Chnr- ltc CKil "i and cake Day Phone 3371 WALPOLE Night Phone 2527 ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring « Fixtures - Appliances - Ulythcviitc, Ark. Gladly Given -117- So.-Second homo yoslerdnj'. nt ire is survived by his wife, one son and one daughter. ; Notice to the Public: 1 have moved my office to: Itothrock Drtijislorc Dr. C. E. Wilson DINE IN COMFORT For Sole 5-BEAUTY SHOP; . -- dswiitown '• in Mmphis, in office! .•••»••••••••••••• •••• Hotel Noble Coffee Shop $1.25 Featured Sunday Dinner KSl^VrF- Clockt < til Cf »'lM 'Tomato Juice Cream of Chicken Soup Cold Consomme Stewed Young Chicken with Duniplinas Breaded Single Pork Chop, Cream Sauce Fried Tenderloin of Trout, Tartar Sauce rn^ Z* ai °r fV ' erf // »»'»"/ Garden Spinach Carrol, & Peas encream Pear And Cheese Salad "° (S '^«; COFFEE TEA Sherbert Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens J :45 Show StariH 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:3» p.m. Saturday Under Nevada Skies with Rny Rogers Serial ".Tuck Armstrong" Nu. 4 • and Short Cont'rt Shows S;it. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY • WEDDING Capture the rapture of your wedding day forever with perfectly wrought pictures. • CHILDREN'S PICTURES Have their pictures made in the familiar surroundings of their own home ... fay appointment only • BUSINESS BUILDINGS Record your business changes with accurate interior and exterior photographs. Livestock Photography PHONE 461 •- ASK FOR MRS. OEHNING The Courier News Co. T"d by WOUL WALSH ffiOM ANOVCt DY !/ASlllAV.OLFf Paramount News & Selertetl Shorts Confd Shown Son. 1:15-11 :«hl Box Office Opens nt 7:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:!5 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Kverj? Night Except Saturday ' No pa*s«s honored on Sunday ftt the Roxj Saturday South of Monterey with Gilbert Roland Serial "Chick Carter No. 8 and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 lo H:30 Sunday and Monday F« New* t. Selected Short Sabfect ConUnmB Show Su. l:l»-ll:«*

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