The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 9, 1947
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BLYTBEEVTLLB (ARK.)' COURIEB WEDNESDAY, JULY 9, 1<M7 At The Hospitals IIOSWFAI, city. Party Honors Yiiitor from Chicago {? ^ * ^ •*<lfct. n W. A Jacobs pf Chicago, '*ith her f*o children, Ellen u>d Mttre, is the houseguest of her «i«ter, Mrs W F McDaniels ' M»^ ffcnulj. was complimented with • an 9 , informal morning party jester- daj morning ! fcri Louis Applcbiuin and Mrs Lof Welch »eie hostesses at the , aftatr, given at the Welch home and 1 by H guests i colorful bouquet of snapdragons painted daisies was arranged In ,<jthe center of the refreshment UUe, from which cold drinks and assorted party foods were served. Hydrangeas In pastel shades were used in the living room \vher_ guests visited informally" with Mrs. presented a gilt :Jacobs. She was by her hostess Dinner Party Honors T\Vo Jonesboro Guests Miss Juanita Mckinney, "Miss Jqriesboro of 1941" and -linalis; ii the Miss Arkansas contest, anti Miss Juliani) Penix, daughter o Mayor and Mrs. Roy Fc.uix 6 :jQrtesbovo, - were complimented las night when Mr. and Mrs. Rober ; Wade, Jr.., and Mrs. L. T. Moor entertained with a three-cours dinner party. The dinner table was centered! \rt Sl-nmlin with a cr\stal bowl of yellow dais- 1VJls - onamlm ies 'I lanked by. yellow candles burning crystal holders. Following tlie. dinner, a number of young people dropped In for the eTOning. Miss Mary Ann Parks Mrs. Pavtlovv Hostess To Club Eight, Guests Effectively arranged Summer lowers decorated the H. G. Partow home on Kentucky Avenue last night when Mrs. Partlow enter- aInert with a bridge parly for nemlicrs of Club Eight and three other guests. Guests .other than club members vc're Mrs. Gene E. Bradley, Mrs. Vernon Thoinasson and Mrs. Hobert Grimes. Mis. R. C. Allen won high score prize in games and Mrs. Pnrtlow held second high. The hostess served a dessert course, • • • Morning Party Given To Honor Housegucsts Mrs. E. F. Fry enterliiincil yesterday her home on Duvis Street with a morning party complimenting her liouseeucst, Misses Miriam and 'Pegfiy Stacy of Tupelo, Miss. Wweuty-uvo girls of the teenage set were present at the affair. Last iriijht four couples were entertained wllh a Rummy 'F.irty complimenting the visitors. Several other pur tics were given for the visitors throughout the week before they returned home today. Bits of News To Ayalon Bunco Club When Mrs. R. Shamr.h entertained last night, guests wore members o[ Avidon. .Bunco Club and Mrs. CW.irles Abbott niul Mrs, Bill Morelnnd. In games, Mrs. Raymond Slmni- lin won liis-ii -wore ]>r!zs. !ovv went to Mrs. Charles Abbott and bunco prize went to Mrs. Haskcl! Dlank- enship. Mrs. Paul Million was presented gifts by the group in celebration of her birthday. Refreshments were served. several numbers, both popular and classical. Later in the 1 evening, refreshments of iced drinks were served. r • ' • • Woman's Council Meets At George Barham Home • "JVorld Evangelism", "Wells of ;Living Water" nml "The Forsaken Fountain" were included In discus- T-, mn l 0 Siclr-vlinnrl slori topic at the July meeting of lem PlC OlStClllOOCl the Woman's Council of First Christian. Church Monday afternoon at the George Barham home. Mrs. B4rharh and Mrs. H. R. Brandon were hostesses. I Mrs John Burneite led the study course on "World Evangelism", taken from the book, "Committed Unto Us", by Willis Lamott. Mrs. LAlbert Taylor gave the devotional, uhich hod the theme, "Wells of Living Water." she opened with prayer and afterward the 17. members present joined In group tinging. Taking part.on the program, '.'Trie Forsaken Founlain'V, were Mrs. Taylor, Mrs: Eric'Whltley nnd Mrs. John C/-McHaney.' Mrs. Taylor read a poem, "The Disciples", by DAight Bridley, nad Mrs. R. Scott Batrd presented a prayer. Mrs. Rupert Graf ton presided over the business session. Refreshments were served. I Held at Rosenthal Home Mrs. Walter Rosenlhal wns hostess last night at n Temple Sisterhood meeting at lier home, 1054 Holly St. The 17 members present made for a bingo, 'he date for which will be nimounced later. Hydrangeas, roses nnd other mixed Summer flowers decorated entertaining rooms. The hostess .served frosted pine- npple and cookies for refreshments. Eleven Finalists Named In Lions Beauty Contest • MEMPHIS,. Tenn., -July. 0. (UP) —Eleven cotton stales beauties were named tiis finalists today by Hie Lions Cotton Stairs Ju'jileo Committee to compete in the international cotton queen contest at. Sail -Francisco. July 20, during the Lions International Convention. Ojirlos G. Wilson. Memphis. Jubilee chairman, said the finalists included Frances Boyd. Greenwood. Miss.-, -Mary J,".ne E'u'ott, Canulen. Ark.: Audrey Garreit, Fulton. Mo.; ' Lucille Mnson, MaH-ern, Ark; Vir- gue't J ginia JOG Kowsoim 1 , Clarendon, when'Ark:; Jessie Jo Pigg. Pulaakl, Book Ifrcnn.; 'Patricia Reel, Atlantic - '' —" ' - ' Scales. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry and Uvo children left today for Rio Vista, nt Hardy to spend a 10-day vacation. Misses Peggy and Mlriani Stacy of Tupelo, Miss., returned home today after having been the house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fry lor the past week. 13, O. Knudsen and daughter, Miss Muriel Knudscn, have returned from a three-weeks vacation In Minnesota. Mrs.'Knudsen remained for an extended vacation witn friends'and relatives. Miss Oulda Ward Hltt has returned to her home in Oak Ridge, TciiiV, after spending a few days here as litest of her sister, Mrs. Dowltt Mc- badc and family. Mrs, ii. W. Vraka, her sister. Miss Maudlc Modinger, and their house- ;, Miss Jacqueline Dnthllo of New Orleans, spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry have returned from Prentice, Miss., where they were guests of his mother, Mrs- P. W. Berry. Their two sons, Allen and Jerry, remained in Prentice for a longer visit wltli their grandmother. Mrs. Ashley Hadlck and daughter; Janice, of Little Rock, arrived today for. a brief visit with Mrs. Had- dtck's mother, Mrs. Wyatt Henley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal have returned (rom Nashville, Term., where they were guest* of Mr> and Mrs. Fred Goldner and family. Mrs. Raymond Gore and children of Newport News, Vn., arc guests of her father, Joe Carney, and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Carney. Mrs. Harry Levltch left today for i three weeks visit In Memphis. Mrs. Martha Graves left today for Aberdeen, Miss., to visit her mother, Mrs. J. W. (Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Krutz and son, Tcddtc, have returned to their baby. John , yes- o. BJ.YTIIKVILI.l! Admitted: Min'y Ixnilse Scrape Larry Davis, city. Edna rellhouejr, cily. Mrs. 150b White, SleeK>. Mo. Mrs. Ivu Willhlte, Hayti, Mo. W, C. plnekttt, city. Dismissed: Mosella Taylor, Armorel. Mrs. Malcolm Griffin and Dell. Oarl Wayne Hughes, rity. Jean Chandler, Dell. Mrs. EUBsne Mays, Caru ville, Mo. Births: Born to Mr. ami Mrs. Barch, I.iixorn, n daughter tcrilny afternoon. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. O. Poet'/., city, ft son last ni^ht, WAU.S Dismissed: Mrs. Virginia Volncr, Gobler, Mo. Mrs. Mtiry Warren, lite. ), < Dora Uccn Glrdlcy, Osceola. William Hopper, Tyler. Mo. Mrs. Grady Anderson and baby, Steel e. BAPTIST IfOSJ'lTAf.. Memphis Dismissed L Mrs. J. E. Margin). Wi'f.on. Mrs. Rov Johnson, O'icerjlu. ST. .!OSl-:i'H HOSl'ITAL Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Bessie Gang!, Wilson. METHODIST HOSl'ITA!, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Mamie Alien. Osc^ola. Mrs. Virginia Terrell. Osccola. Mrs. Humphrey Named to Head Legion Auxiliary Mrs, N. J. Humphrey was elected president of the American Legion Auxiliary at. a. meeting last night lit the Hut. Oilier officers (o serve for the coming year were Mrs. H. L. Hal- .sell, first vice president; Mi-3. Ben. Chine, .second vice president; Mrs. | Mr. and Mrs. Jessco Stltt, Mr. and Essie Scruggs, secretary and tieaJi-. Mrs. J. M. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. urcr; Mrs. Marvin Lane. Historian; ! Max B. Reid. Mrs. IS. L. Crouch, chapluin, and Mrs. Ed Cook, sergeant-ac.arms Plans for attending the State Convention which will be held in Uttlc Rock July 27th were dls- Coming Events THURSDAY .Seeker's class of First Methodist Church having picnic. Jolly .Eight will) Mrs. R. A. Copeland as hostess. Pidells- Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will meet *J:CO p.m., at the home of Mrs. H. A. Copeland. Club 28 will have supper dance at The Hut with hosts and hostesses cussed. Officers will 1« installed at the next meeting, which will oe July FRIDAY Mrs. O. O. Elklns hostess to C. >B. C. Club. Dorcas Sunday School Class oj First, Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. T. .H. Kaynes and Mrs, 35eu- lah JFlannlgan at the church, W. C. Masons Entertain With Dinner Party, Bridge OSC£OLA, July 9. (UP)—Mr. :ind Mrs. W. C. Mason etucvl'.Uncd last night for members oi the Liixoni- theville-Osuc'Dla Club niul M>'. and Mrs. Spencer Driver .with three-course dinner at, CKiinic Cafe and later in the evening with bridge games in their home. Mixed Summer bouquets ivi placed in entcrt'.iiniiH; rooms ill the home to form an effective setting for the 18 guests. In bridge B'liuo", Mrs. S." L Gladifih won liiph score among women, while Jesse Brown held high among the men and Mrs Driver received consolation prise. Swimming Course At Walker Park Poo! Concluded Water Safety classes at the Muni- cipal'Pool in Walker Park have oean complel-'d, Mrs. Hugh WhSt-sl't, chairman, said today. Mrs. Whitsitt added that parents should encourage their children to icp swimming although they would no longer attend regular clashes this Summer. "They have only learned elementary strokes", she said, "and without practice they forget v,'hat they have learne'l.' The number of students satisfactorily completing the course and inning certificates will be announced later this week, Mrs. Whitsitt announced. The swimming classes, held annually, are sponsored by th& American Red Cross and Chickasaw Athle- llc Association, in co-operation with Blythcvlllc. Y. Etowah News Mrs. J. O. Shelton, accompaniM by Mrs. Nolan Mills of Little Rock were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B Stewart of Oseeola for a brief linn this week. Mrs. Cieora Chrismond and Mis Mary Louise Ashley were guests fo ii Ijrief time in the home of Mr and Mrs. 'Arden Norton of Hatch Mrs. l>.i!i Tree spent the Fourth weekene with her daughter, Mrs. Dennif Garner, and Mr. Garner, in Wcs' Ridge. Miss Ruth Braekett and Dale Carpenter of Memphis spent tin Fourth holiday with relatives n Etowah. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Cook wer n Gideon, Mo., oil business th First of the week. Mr. and Mrs. IB. S. Jvickson an children, Olive, Nanm, Kennet and Thonns. motored to Blythc- ille on th,e Fourth for the races. Miss Patsy Robinson and Charles Robinson of Keiser, Mr. and Mrs. William Bard Eclrington of Oseeola and Mr. and Mrs. Lov.-cry Maxwell of Memphis were among the j-'iiests at the Fourth pi:nie given by Mr. and Mrs. <B. T,ecroy. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell remained for a few days in Etowah. . Miss Mary Scurlock of 'Piggott, is tile housegucst of Mr. and Mrs. 2. S. Wildy. W. D .Shelton of Marked Tree isiled his mother, Mrs. W. H. •hi'itcn. find Mrs. Cleora Chris- rcond for a trtpr time. Miss Frances Ashley has return^<l to IJentcn, Texis, where she is v student, at Texas State College or Wcmcn, after spending several :iay.s will) her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. V. J, Asliiey, afcl fiimily. Her parents and sisters^ Joaii and M'.fy Louise, motorcj licr back to ijcnton. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ro..;;:h Benton of Etiliman visited Mrs. .Benton's l)ro :hc-r, Orover Uuliock, 'and Mrs. Bu'>- !cck, over tliR Pourti) Weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leech "f Memphis were guests in the liome of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Craig over the Fourth holidays. H. J, Medovvs Sr., Mrs. Laura JchiiEon, Mrs. Lylc Campbell am Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Pylest visited Mr. and Mrs. Karley Medows "I Ojrdwell, Mo., for n vrief time. MIES Ju.-inita Medows aiirt Orettj Shurpc have returned to Memphif after visitina relatives jr. Ktowah for a few clays. Registration Decreed j For Sex Offenders | SACRAMENTO, Cal., July 8.— ; IUP)—Anyoiic in California w;io 1 Vas been convicted of a sex of- i iense must register with his local j jTOlice chief or sheriff by Oct. 1U ; under a new la\v sfenccl by. Gav. , iirl Warren today. i The law provides tint such of- I fenders must re-reglstcr if they } inove to other cities or counties. [ Any su:h offender who takes up | temporary residence in any eouix- ', ty for 30 days or more must reg- j ister. Both houses of the legislature; passed 1 the bill unanimously. Back- 1 ers said the law would provide po- | lice with a list of known SDX offenders who could be checked ! tt'henever a sex crime is committed, j V.FW Cails Meeting \ Members of Hunt-Lloyd pa^t ; 2276 of the Veterans of Foreign i Wars will hold their weekly meeting tonight at 7::iO at thc^ Weten- : kamp Cotton Co. office. Whistle Fails to Stop Car Goitfg in Wrong Direction On 1-Way Thoroughfare CL.AHKSVILLE. Tcnn., July n. (UP) --Pjsti'olman A. D. Curtis blew hi* whlst'.e fxiriously whcu tlie cir clkin't stop. It zcomccl'south against one-way traffic and rammed into another car. Ciiiiir, rushed over to-cut loose on the, driver. On 1 .;; there wns none. It wr^s the runaway car of John C'Diiroy. Tie )rtd lett it parked couple cl' bloc'.is no the Isill. Individiial Chicken 1'oi wilh Fliikey Crust Hot Holls -^- liiilter HOTEL NOBLE COFFEE SHOP home in Ultle nock after''Hiving IICIMI guests of Mr. Krutz's mother, Mrs. L. M. Krulz. nnd other relatives. Mrs. W. A. Jacobs find children, Ellen Ray nntl Mike, of Chlcngu, are spcntliny several days here fts quests of Mrs. Jacobs' yistev, Mrs. W. p. McDaniels nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. D. Cobb and Mr. nml Mrs. Ley Welch are in Memphis today and will attend tlie MOAT production, "Sari" tonight. LOCALr^Mrs., Eugene Still antl children have gone'to Plymouth, N. C., their former home, for an ex- temlc'd visit with friends. Birthdaj' Party Honors Thelma Jean Book, 9 Thelma Jean Book was of honor Monday afternoon her mother, Mrs. Arthur . . entertained with a party in obser- ! Beach, Fla.; and vance of her'ninth birthday. Kennett, Mo. Gathering at the Book home on North First Street for the affair were 10 of Thelma Jean.'s friends. .They.played games and Were served refreshments of ice cream and. i birthday cake. * • » Son Born to Poetzes Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Poetz are parents of a son corn last night at, 11:55 o'clock at Blytheville Hospital; He has been named Goramvy Owen Jr. He has a sister, Glenda Lee, seven.' Mrs. Poetz is thf former Miss Adalee Langston, daughter of C. C. Langston and Mrs. Cleo Langston. Katie May Watson Given Two Extra Weeks at Camp O5CEOLA, July S.—KUie Mae Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson Jr.. outstanding Girl Seoul. And is because awarded she is, an extra .she has been two weeks free of expenses at the Summer Scout Camp in Shelby Forrest, Tcnn. C.imp olficirUs teleplioned Katic'sl pink cnvnntions. Verna Mae Benefield Wed to Deering Man ETOWAH. July 9. — Miss Verna Mac Bcnelicld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Uencfiekl, became the bride of William Grimes of Deering Mo., in n canrtellght ceremony last Thursday night nt /Bethel Grove Baptist Church near Sennth, yo., the bride's parcnls announced today. The Rev. Howard King, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Nuptial music was presented by Miss Mary Sutton of Senath, Mo. Mrs. Ralph Benelield. sister-in- law of the brine, was her matron of honor and G. C. Grimes served the bridegroom as best man. Tlie bride, who was R'VCII in marriage by her father, wore a dress ot navy blue crepe with white accessories and a shoulder corsage 'It UNBLOCK ^DIGESTIVE TRACT And Stop Dosing Your Stomach With Soda and Alkalizerg L>on't «ipect ta gfet^ea.1 relief Erom headache, sour atoraach, gas and bad breath by taking sod* and other alkalbcera if the true cause ot your trouble U constipation, In this cue, your real trouble la not in the atoraach at all. But in the intestinal tract where 80% of your fcxwl is digested. A ml when the lower part g«ta blocked food may fail to digest properly. What you want for rtal relief is sorae- iojt to "unblock" your lower in tfcst inal tnirt. Something to risan it out effectively—help Nature get back on her feet. Get Carter's TilLa right now- Take as directed. They gently and effectively "unhloclt" your„digestive tract* Tina permits all 6 oi Nature'* own digestive juiiroj to mix better with your f6od. You get genuine reltel Iroiu In<liKcation *o you can feel rrally Rood siKain. Buy Carter's Pilh today. "Unblock" your rte*tinal tract for real relief from iudigwtion.- You'll be thrilled to sec the fine selection of rugs and car-, petini; we now have on hantl . . . the largest stock since before the war! Patterns and colors were never more beautiful 1 And there arc prices to suit" most any budget! 9xl2-Ft SEAMLESS AXMINSTER RUGS! Your all time fiivoritc in a wide diversity of patlcnis . . . (Sth Ccntuvy florals . . . classic traditional*, modern 5crolls ... to fit every type of room' setting. TJcep woo! pilt that wears so well! Clioosc yours now while stocks are complete! parents tliat she hurt been presented the a\vtird because of 3iev outstanding Scoxit work while there. She is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. \V. \V. Watson Sr., of Blytheville, nv/ »,uoE T The young couple .will make their :ionie In Decring, Rrkonsas • The "Jeep" pulls plows, seeders nnd other farm implement*; tows 5,500 Ibs.,liauls800 Ibs. You can cross town or pasture in the "Jeep." A power take oft to run your equipment. Come...see how widely the"Jcep" spreads its cost. SSS?D 1 . „" <erv« •> » ' • j ..j cc p *" iun .bouti <?;^-rL SEE IT NOW AT POOLE MOTOR CO. The New Improved Argonne A new shipment of Uicsc all wool pile »x12 rugs in ;\ fine choice of colors and patterns. Made for slunly \\-car and lasting hcanly! 7995 Open An Account! THROW RUGS Sletlc. Mo. 27x51'in' si/.c. Atlrariivo dp'signs and colors lo nintch or ciiiilrasf with your larsjo nuTs. Fivu- tiual- ity! Oilier si/.i's proportionately low! 6 95 to 9 95 Hubbard Furniture Co, Phone St*cl« 49 I 401 W. Main Phone 409 July Clearance io/ Discount On All Lamps »lfs Cash—All Sales Final THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street AH Sales Cash- Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI,CN 8:00 a.m. 13:45 p.m - 4:3* pin. Wednesday & Thursday Fridav • S=o Tir wtrasA«fi&. ; SONG SOUTH Box Office Opens at 1:OD p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows and Sun. Bargain Night Kvery NigM Eicepl Satorrlay Nt> passes honored on Snnday »« the Uoxy. lJ»st Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Letter for Evie with Marsha Hunt and John Carroll Born to Speed with Johnny Sands & Terry Austin Thursday and Friday

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