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7^5 TTV : '"i TC'S'-'i' BLYTHBV1LLB (AKK.) OOURIBB WBWB TUESDAY, JULY 8', 1947 Mrs. Jeimnetta "Barber, Donlphan . WlxMO, Society Editor Phone 461 m Bridm Club >esterday visitors, Mrs Ben Henderson tin Audrenel Freeman. A Program on China Given At Calvary WMU Meeting Religion in China was discussed at the Royal Service program of Bits of News Calvary Baptist Church yesterday afternoon at llic churcli which followed n morning business scs- Blon. , Mrs. Va:-i«>n Boyrl hui charge) Ml . a , ld Mrs. John. Oaudlll of the nr'Si-im and Mrs. Hiury , BmUy ) e ft' lodiiy for Corpi Burnette gave the BlVjIc _Stu«!y.| o ,, rlsU . Texas, where they w present score prize went ;to Mrs. IM and Mrs Rob'ert Por- jauiucut t-"-- — "n^ived K>» • Mrs. Leon Robertsons topic ,„,,„.„ . -- <*»'-<— M^^fo^'S^nh^ fo j^^«srs?.lSd« | , I spend several weeds. At The Hospitals ,. BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Pinning Down the Pin-Up Girl Mnyes. Oarutliers- Urine room and the dining , r««s centered with a towl of Summer fto«ers "leed drinks and party food were scryed for refreshments. , j Meeting Held (At George McLeocl Home 4 ,^"|Irs. Georg? McLeod was hos- lets . yesterday afternoon to eigh of the Guild of, P>rs i Lutheran Church and two pthe guests Mrs Donald Day and Mrs t-errj Odom of Memphis. ! 'The home was decorated with Tfae sladloh from Mrs. E. S. ' w«- dy's garden in Etowaii. Tltrs W "W Nebel opened the session , with pras er and -.the group " ' . ___t_.._ _* It*. !.*\t>ioirail Religion." "Chinese VWptlsl" was rfrs J. W. Tomlinson's subject, Mrs. B. C. Germany spoke on "Relief and Rehabilitation" and Mrs. Raymond nelkuap on •Good News in China." Mrs. John Holmes discussed "Chlncsi! and Americans" and Mrs. Lunsford and Mrs. Roy Smith eav» prayers. Mrs. J. W. Tomllnson opened the business session, at which Mrs. Lunsford presided, with a. prayer. A covered dish luncheon was served. * • • Miss Goodncli Hostess oiscussed Women's work of the Lutheran Missionary League and to raise funds for a ne A 1 vestment in the church,. . ^Refreshments of ice cream vjitl a-fruit plate nere. served. »-' • • * ** Former Blytheville Men in Double Ceremony •-The marriages of two brothers formerly of Bljthe\llle. Larry Doyle rihepard and Louis Glen Sheuard were solemnized In a double.cere- mony June 28 in Yuma, Ariz., 1 was announced here today. 'Miss Orpha Mae Sims, daughte of Mr and Mrs O L. Sims of Flint Mich, and San Diego, Calif., bo chine the bride of Larry Doyle Shep «Jrd and Miss Catherine Cora Gas t*el daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S Oasteel of El Cajon, Calif., becam tie bride of Louis Glen Shepard. •file brothers are sons of Mrs. J. L. Shepard of San Diego, formerly of BJytheville, and the late Mr. Shep- a*d '"*" "Mrs Larry Shepard attended sfchools in Michigan, where she received a degree as a nurse nnd dle- ticlan. She is connected with the crippled Children's Hospital at San Diego ' Mrs Glen Shepard attended schoo at' Julian, Calif , and Is employed in Eh Cajon Larry Shepard attended Ely the vllle schools and is now affiliated, To GEO Members, Guests Miss Vera Goodrich cnlertalncd last night for members of the GEO lub and two other guests, Miss lory Sue Roe nnd Miss Belty Jean nil, ' In bridge games played during the veiling, Miss Dorothy Jran Higginson won high score prize and brldgo irize went to Mrs. John P. Fiekis. Refreshments were screvd. VIrs. Logan Speaker At Missionary Meeting Mrs. The.idore Logan gave < devotional on prayer yesterday ai- temoon when the Woman's MIs- .loi'.ary Society of First Baptis Church met at the church lor business session. Mrs. Logan's discussion was l>nsc< on Ihe llth chapter ot Luke. The group w^s dismissed by in lord's .Prayer said in unison. , weeks with her daughter, Mi». John J, Bunting, and Dr, Bunting Mrs Bernard Oooch, Mrs. Chapman and Miss SophU Meyers are making a tour of the northwest ,nd Canada, by motor They to be gone until the first of September. Mr and Mrs. W. T. Stewart and •Bryant Stewart Jr.. returned yesterday to Arkansas Slate. Collce? In Jonesboro after spending the Fourth Holiday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stewart Si. They wure 'motored over by Mrs. B P Stewart Sr., and Miss <poHy Stewart, bltli of whom returned here last night. Mrs 'B. F. Gay Sr. hos gone to Columbus, Miss., to visit-Mr and Mrs. B. JFV Giiy Jr, and children. The Gay family recently moved to Columbus from Blytheville. : Miss Shirley Bar ham Is' spcncl- ig a few days In 'Memphis as uest of her father. Bruce IBarham. nd Mrs. Barhain. , Jerry Gaines and Lucille. Abbou lave returned home from MUSKO- gec Okla. where they were guests >f Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack ip.aherly. Mr. anjl Mrs. Clalr Miller and sons are at home after spending several days In St. Lonis as guests of Mr Miller's cousin. Coil Lowerj Miss Elizabeth Goodwin has returned U> her home in Malvcn after having been the guest o Mi- 'and Mrs. Louis Hlckman. Mi and Mrs. Hicknvan motored he home nnd visited relatives an frieiKls in Mnlvcrn and Hot Sprin 0 during the weekend. Mo. Mrs. Eugene •Hie, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. Ada Groom, city. Mrs. Roy Brown, 'Huffman. Mrs. Elmer ArchilUon, city. BI Boni to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dver city, u daughter last night. ' Boi-n to Mr. v\d Mrs. Turner CogBlns. citv. a son this morning 88 WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs, Joel Francis, city. 'Bill Boulton. carulhersvillc, Mo Olho (Brown. Deli. Mrs. Raymond Wells, city. Mrs, George McClellan, Caru- thcrsville. H C. Anderson, city. Miss Fav Williams. Rt. 2, city. Doris •Brumlow, Cooler, Mo. Mrs . McLein Phillips, Dell, Joe Hossteter, iRt, 1, eitv. BAPTIST HOSPITAL Memphis Dismissed: «oy Johnson, Osceola. Christine Johnson, Luxora. METIIOUIST HOSPITAL, Mempiils Dismissed: (j M Bohannon, city. Jesse Hall, Jolnor. Mrs. P^ E. Vernon. Wilson. Plans tor Mercy Flight Abandoned as Twins Born At Sea Are Doing Nicely SALEM, Mass., July 8. (U.P.I— The scheduled' mercy IllBht of a Coast Guard PBM carrying a 200- poxind Incubator \vns canceled today after the .captain of (he Army transport General Muir nulioed that Hie twin babies born prematurely on the shi|> lo an officer's wife were .out. of danger. Mother of the twins was identified as Mrs. Lee Popynl Eslole Anthony of Chicag Coming Events THURSDAY Seeker's class.of First Methodist Church having picnic. . Jolly Eight with Mrs. R. A. Copeland as hostess. Fidelis Sunday School Class of, •First Baptist Church will meet; 1:00 p.m., at the home of Mrs. H. Copeland. | Club 28 will have supper dance 1 The Hut with hosts and hostesses r! and Mrs. Je^ee Stilt. Mr. and rs. J. M. Williams,- Mr. and Mrs, ax B. Reid. FRIDAY Mrs. O. O. Elkins hostess to ,B. C. Club. 'Dorcas Sunday School Clflss of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. ft". H. Hayncs and Mrs. t 'lannignn. . Mrs. young is Hostess , To Christian Workers OSCEOLA, July 8. — Mrs. L. C B. Young was hostess and leade Many from Out of City Here for Smart Rites Relatives and friends here I? attend funeral services for Mrs, Nell Brlgham Smart,-lield Sunday afternoon have returned to their ironies. Relatives and their families attending included Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Myers and 'Newell and Audlcy Brigham, all of Columbus, D G. Clayton of Senatobia, Miss., S. T. Clayton of Senath, Mo.. J. N. Clayton of Crenshaw, Miss., Mrs. F. A. Smith and Mr. C D. Jones, both of Senatobia; dy to 50c higher; sows irregular, averaged fully steady to strong after early sales slightly lower. Bulk good and choice 1GO to 240 Ibs 25.002525; top 25.25; 250 to 270 Ibs 24.252500; 270 to 310 Ibs 22.50-24.50; 130. to 150 Ibs 23.00-24.15: 100 to 120J lb pigs 20.00-22.50; good 270 to 5CO Ib sows 18.00-19 50; heavier weights 16.00-11.50. Cattle receipts 4.100; salable 4,500; calves 2,800; all salable; market active and strong to unevenly higher on good and choice steers, with several loads 'nnd luts, mostly light weights 25.00-28.00: some prime me-' I dlum weight steers held considerably higher. Little action on medium — va -i i iMB*i*.r. IJII.LHJ **v, vnj» "•• • Mr and Mrs James Brown of I fleshed steers and heifers, although', i-iragould, Mrs. Ruth Morehead I good and choice kinds meeting ac- of Siunner. Miss.. Mrs. Reed Hud-, tive inquiry. Good heifers and mix- on of Coldwatcr, 'Miss., Mrs.' ed yearlings 23.50-25.50; cows mod- •imes White of Dundee, Miss., cl -ately active and opened fully Irs 'John McCracken of Clayton, slea dy with few good kinds around Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Homer 17 .00-18.00; common nnd medium u-ketl of Tutwilcr, Miss. 13.00-16.00. Friends Included Mr. and Mrs. Carl Itess and daughter of JUpsn- to Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Clear of Union 'City, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs Slnv Williiims and Miss Joan Harrison nil of Bylmlia, Miss.,; Mr and Mrs. J. R. Turner of Port- agcviUc Mo., Mr. -and Mrs. t, A Worthy. Mrs. Ruby Worthy am daughter. 'Nancy, .and Mr. and Mrs I- R- Marr.,all of Marked Ac'tin" as pallbearers were Chester CiiUtwoll. C. G. Smith. George Trimue and lay Welch, all of Hlvthevillc. C. Tompkins of Burdette and -A. T. Cloar of Union Tenn. with the Union Oil Company at | wau kcc, Wis. She and th Of Mll- ! ijables * Diego, where lie.'and. his"bride will make their home. 'Glen Shepard attended school hjae and in San Diego nnd is a Veteran of three years services in the Navy. He now is connected with the llth Naval District at North Island, San Diego. He and his bride Will make their home at El Cftjon. • • . • Wesleyan Guild Meets For Business, Program -Mrs. Frances Gammlll was hos- te& last night to members of the Wesleyan Guild of First Methodist Cljurch at their regular monthlj meeting. Mrs. Maude Melton gave the devo tional and Miss Frances Little wa. IrVcharge-of the program. Miss Eu tbpia Whitworth, president, ha Charge of i the business meeting. »A congealed fruit salad plate wa served for refreshments yesterday abonVd tlie shi|) 600 miles nt sea. \vbvi; treated by the transport doclov. Coast Guard pel sound had sped over the incubator s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Riuncy and other friends here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Baxter an bjby ol SI. 'Louis have been tl •nests here of his parents', Mr. Mrs C. M. iBnxter, and in Par could of ilier parents. I Maureen Norris is 111 of h home. 810 West "Walnut St., wi tin-oat ailment. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. D«en. Elwood Deen niid Harold Wayne Wright nre spending the week in Indiana with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Posey and children. Clerta and . Shirley, have TClurncd to 'their- honieJ in Birr ininghniu. Aln., after spending the past two weeks with- Mrs. Posey's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Col^ find Posey's sisters, Mrs. Chester Actress Penny Edwards .Is pinned as •'Safety Piii-Up Girl" by Los Angeles Safety Engineer C. A. Tengblad as the city opens Us July safe -drlvlng'campBlgn. when pedestrians ^.''^fP" wear safety yins as reminders in their .lapels. Penny s pin is a remodeled length of trolley cable. Livestock ' ST LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. July a. (UP)—Livestock: Hog receipts 13.500: salable 11,500; weights 1C(J Ita and up, 25c to 5Uc lower than average; ugnter weights uneven; 130 to 160 Ibs., steady to 25c lower; lighter weights stea- 500 Join Search tor Strolling Lad Clad in His. Bathing Suit yesterday to Christian Workers o First Christian Church. Mrs. Bruce Ivy presided and_th program lesson was on division o the books of the Bible. Mrs. Hnrr Driver, secretary, gave a report o the" Vacation Bible School. ; Refreshments of ' shcrbert an cake were 'served to the 15 membci present. Hospital while n' flying boat waited nt the Salem Air unse to wing it to the transport. Auxiliary Women Meet <n Circles tor Lessons • OSOEOLA, July 8. — Circles One d Two of the Woman's Auxiliary | the Presbyterian Church met \ sterday afternoon to discuss the idy lesson, "Do I Do What I •xy?" Mrs. K. E. Phillips was hostess 13 members o[ Circle One. for ilch Mrs. Arthur Rbgers is cliair- an. Mrs. Rogers taught the lesson. Members of Circle Two, 14 ot horn were present, met with Mrs. llan Scgraves, chairman. Mrs. Joe }romer gave the lesson. CAHD OP THANKS We want to express our sincere hanks to all our many friends who vere so thoughtful of us in the re- ent death o( our wife, mother and sister, Mrs. T. O. Hancy. God bless you all. The Family Family Reunion By RICHARD C. GLASS Jnilcd lT«s Staff Correspondent) FORT LAUDERDALE, Pla , July (UP) — Soldiers and citizens sy- cmatically combed wooded areas ul the banks of Tarpon River here oday for a chunky 4Vj-year-old boy last seen lale yesterday todd- ng down the street in his bathing nil. An all-night search by an esti- intcd 500 persons was organized ii Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zloch, Sr., •cported their son, Freddie, Jr. nissing from his home here 5:30 p.m. yesterday citizens and some 50 soldiers off | iuty from nearby Boca Raton Army Air Field and Morrison Field at West' palm Beach. One report from an unidentified playmate said that Freddie had been playing near a boat in the river. And a iiolice bloodhound also lecl the searchers to this spot. The dog hesitated on the banks of the river and then jumped in, police said. As the tide changed to go out to ,, sea. police stretched nets across at I the stream, but they found no boy (this morning. .... the road from"Boston's Mas- Mfs - _.- f -^ ^ ^ snchusetts General Hospital will Mrs pftr|sh Prn - zler and daughter, Anabel, of Trenton. Tenn., are spending their vacation with Mrs Anabel -B. Fill iirel son. Tklrs Paul 'Brawley and daughters Mary Ella and Paula, of Twist, hav arrived to spend a few days will her mother. Mrs. J. T. Ashley and other relatives. Mi and Mrs. Carol Blakemore land family have as their guests ' for a few days Mr. ami Mrs. H. j. Sawlc and daughter, Joyce, of Detroit, Mich. 1 Professor and Mrs. T. J. Jaeger] returned to their home In Milwaukee yesterday after a visit with their son. The Rev. Robert Jaeger and Mrs. Jaeger. The Rev. Mr- Severn! members of the Hen Young family, formerly of Blythe-, ville and now of Mayliekl, Ky.. and' th'elr familic:, have returned iome after attending a reunion in SJayfield during -the Fourth of July liolidays. Those attending from here included Mr. and Mrs. Roland Howard and family, the Clyde Youngs, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Young anrl daughter, Mrs. Ray Harrison, am the Marcus Gaines Family. Frienc's attending from here were Mr. ant Mrs. Wrs Gay and Mr. nnd Mrs Russell Gaines. , voir nin Ivlvia Rpim-rz saidl Likewise a chain of njen, joining S h, \Z^\£ M ^™*£S. hand.. to ™lk " Wocfc^iP the bluc-eved little boy wandering u- river in the shallop ^tm, could long a'street near the river at 0:30 find no trace of «« 'h.^f* lbimv m« TiiU wn<v the list trace of 1 Police ruled out the possibility Fredc^e of kidnaping a s the family is. OHG The Police Department and the ! of modest mejftis. Zlocli is employed Brownrd County Sheriff'vS office by a'lumber firm here. here pressed every man on and off duly into Ihe hunt which was -sche- biers and Patsy Miller attended the MOAT show Thursday night They were Joined there by Mrs Miller's mother. Mrs. D. H. Nemra of Oakland, who accompanied then here for a visit. G. D. .Williams of El Dorado joined Mrs. Williams and the! children. Friday. They 'have beei uuests of her father. Lewis Nail- iing. the past two weeks. They returned to their home Sunday. William Terry Mitchell, who is a student at 'Louisiana State University, -Baton Rouge, is spending the holidays wilh his mother, Mrs. J B. Mitchell. Condition of Mi's. Bettye Nelle Starr, who has been very ill at her home, is much improved. Mrs. Lorene Eden, who has bcei I he houseguest of Mr. and Mrs Mike Nailling. has returned to he home in Marinnna. Condition of -W. T. (Ramsey, wh has been ill, is much improved. Hon. J. B. Bnnn, assistant At lorney General, of Little " Roc] «pcnl the weekend with his Tamils Jimmy Goodrich of West Mem duled to be continued until some .race of the child is found. They were joined by hundreds of Osceo/o News Mr. andjvlrs. 'Harry 'Miller, Miss Jennie Ralph, Mis. Margaret Ba- D visited his mother, Mrs. S. Gladish and Mr. Oladish this wee Mrs 'Bill Wallers and childre and mother, Mrs. D? P. Couch ha' returned 'home , iron) . Mounta Home, where they spent' sever weeks. The turkey and the dog were domesticated by early cliff dwellers, but they ate the dog and kept the turkey. autyui ntn-i »•»-"••—— -o— . . and Mrs. Jaeger accompanied them ionic nnd plan to remain for two. weeks. Mrs George Bell and son, Snm- mv of Trenton, Tenn.. arc visiting he'r sister, Mrs,-G. V. Daws and '"Mrs" E. G. Snipes of Monroe a arrived this mowung to spend week with her mother, Mr; H. li. Chambers. Ar* you goln? thni tlic functlonnl •middle-age' period peculiar to women (38-52 yrs.)? Does this mnke yo\i •ufTer from hot nasties, feel so urr- couj, high-strung, tlrctl? Tlicn DO try I.Tdla E. PlnXhniu's Vcgctftblc Compound to relievo such symptoms! i PJnkhum's Compo\ind also hns what Doctors call a stomachic tonic effectl lYDIft L PINKHAM'S COMP^NO From Adams' RECORD BA Spade' Cooly— Bog gs Boogie Eddie Arnold— It's a Sin . Johnny Tyler — Freight Train Boogie I Texas Jim Robertson— Land, Sky I t 'and Water I Rutgers Quartet— Listen to the | •: Bells H»ppy Fats — Cajun Boogie . Blur Sky Boys— Have You Seen My I -Daddy Here B6y Rogers — Along the Navajo Trail 1 Sots of the Pioneers — The Timber ,1 Trail B*ddy Sager— I Tipped My Hat LB Green — No Good Man Hiosevelt Sykes— That's My Gal Dr. Clayton — Ain't Gonna Drink No I -more . Jtpt Gilhrrr.— Long Razor Blues - Bed— I Oughta Bite You i Red— Mercy Mama SHOE CLEARANCE All Dress Styles. Now On Display On Rack. Values Up to $9.95 WEDNESDAY MORNING ONLY $1.00 MOTICE! In Order to Prepare for Our Gigantic, Semi-Annual 12 PRICE SALE Whitsitt'swill be Closed ALL DAY WEDNESDAY SALE STARTS THURSDAY, 9 a.m. . Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. Tuesday .' Plainsman and Lady wilh William Elliott and Vera llruba Kalston Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showiing Everyday Wednesday & Thursday Fridav S f KST UVE-AniOH MUSICAL DRAMA! SONG--SOOTH RECORDS THURSDAY-FRIDAY--SATURDAY All Spring and Summer Dress Shoes Made by Tweedie^, Rhapsody and Charm Step — Red Kid, Green Kid, Tan-White Spectators . . . Special Out-of-Town Customers Please Take Note: •1 PRICE SALE Starts Thursday, July 10th M>AMS APfLIANCE Co. ' One lot of odds and ends SPORT OXFORDS $4 One lot Children's 98c MISS WHITSITT SHOP "Year-Round Air Conditioning For Your Comfort" .$> Box Office Opens at t:id V- m Show Starts-7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. »i"> Sun. Bargain Night Kvery Night Except Satanlay panes honored on Snna»y « the Roiy Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Born to Speed with Johnny Sands & Terry Austin

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