The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 10, 1947
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rAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILT/E (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1047 E»lly ;WU8on.- Society EdHor Phone Bride^elect Honored By Miss Betty Foster Hiss •Hetty Foster was hokess last night with a'silver shower et the, home of hci pirents, Mr.' and Mrs. 'Edd Fester, in compliment 16 Miss MJlba Walker, young bride-elect of J. R. Bcnton of Ccnway. MIES Walker and Mr. Bentoiv will bo married in an afternoon ceremony Saturday. Gladioli, C.'.isies and hydrangeas | lil'ed entertaining rooms and were , arranged on *)ic lace-draped table from which refreshments \verc sen'- | cd. Other decorations In t keeping with tlie silver theme were.' miniature imitation place settings on the refreshment, tnble. In e fes played. M ! .ss Joyce Damon was awarded the prize. Refreshments of party, foods ana iced drinks were served. Mrs. Foster assisted her daughter in serving. Mrs. Earl Walker, mother of the guest of honor, was also present. . • . * • • • Birthday Party Given For Billie L. Weedman Blytheville Bride Sirs. W- !*• Mrs. W. B. Taylor was befor her marriage June 21 Miss Har !;Yesterday \w.s BUlic Louise Weed- riel virs j,,| n Tutor, daughter o man's fourth birthday nnd In oti- Mf nnt , Mrs K c Tutor. Th SErvance of the ..occasion her nio- R( , v ,-, n ijicdsoc. associate pas "T'i' -.i- TI ir" 1 rutTjiWrlni^iA Milcr- ' . " ,-;..... .-.„,,.i,-i r*iMi*-««Vi *\\ m th"e'r,":Mrsr"H". E/'rWcVdman, cnlcr- tSined a group of her friends •Games* were played •' during the afternoon and the guest of honor was presented gifts. ] Refreshments of ire cream, case. 1 and soft drinks were served. Mrs Wccdman was assisted serving |by Miss Polly Stewart. • • • ' V Mrs. Van-Patten Hostess To Circle Eight Members Mrs. Ivan R. VanPattcn was hostess Monday night to members ol the Business Women's Circle Slant i of First Baptist Church, Bits of News New Floral Creation for the Summer Bride Tug were Mrs. Charles Evans, Mr* VanPatten, Mrs. J. W. Sykcs, Mrs. - B. W. Woolen and Mrs. Vesta Ro• wen. . , Mrs. Evans dismissed the group lor of First Baptist Church, of Ikiatcd at the double ring rites | at his home on Davis Street. : Baskets ot gladioli interspersed vllh Greenery decorated the home ior the occasion. Mrs. W. L,. Baughman. who was Miss Louise Tutor before her marriage in June, was her sister's matron of honor. Mr. Bnughmnn served Mr. Taylor as best man. Ilic bridegroom is the' son of Mr. and Mrs. Odle Taylor. The bride wore a white eyelet dress with white accessories and carried a colonial bour|Uct. She wore a coronet of carnation.; and daisies. • Mr uul Mrs. Taylor will mill St. with prayer and a social hour followed in which- the hostess served refreshments of iced drinks an.1 cookies, • • * Gus Eberdts Entertain WithpESDinnerParty Mr. and Mrs. Gus -Eberdt entertained with a dinner parts Tuesday night honoring Mrs. .Ore Cone 6f Searc$v J ;Assbciate Oranc Conductress of i;"£i3 ; Order ; of the Eastern Star.'^' 1 '.; Guests from out of town Included -Mrs. E- R. Began of Luxora, Past Grand Matron, and Mrs. . Kathcrme Green of Manila. The dining room Uble was laid with a lace cloth and centered ,- ^with a' bouquet .-of* pink 1 - roses in 1 a crystal bowl. Gladioli, roses and : other Summer flowers decorated the Condition of Mrs. R. A. Men-y- uan, who lias been ill at her home on Hciirn Street is improved today Miss Willagene Daws will be motored to Stecle, Mo., today by Her notlicr, Mrs. KJ. V. Daws, and aunt, Mi's. GCDI-KC Ho!l of Trenton, rcim. Miss Daws will visit Mis', Ediir Rogers llicrc for a lex iluys. Mis. T. IW. Jeffries and M:s-> Rnmoui Ci-afton returned yesterday by plane from Houston. Texas, where they spent three we;'ks with Mrs. Jeffries' sister, Mrs. •>• F. Tomlinson, and family. Mrs. R. I.. Mitchell and sous. John Ifaskln and Kenneth, have icturncd home from a Uvo-wejks visit in Trenton. N. J.. with Mrs. Mitchell's daughter, Mrw, "TfW Drusclu. Mrs. F.'imsey Duncan has n;-j turned to 'her home in Tray, Tenn.. ! after having been guests ol friends here for the past three weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie MoDaniel and daughter. Shirley, of Chicago, nnd Mr. and Mrs. M. E. MeDaniel f Dexter, Mo., arrived tills morn- ng to be guests for 11 brief time f the latlcr's daughter and tArch- e McDunio'.'s sister, Mrs. Herman Hoflman. and Mr, Hoffman. D>vight Schmidt and Lloyd Elsworth of St. Louis, returned home ast night nfler spending a week lere as guest, of the Rev. 11. L Robinson and .Ills another, Mnry Robinson. Dr. and Mrs. Gean Atkinson nnd ,011. GU.VII, returned last night from Oklnlioim City, where they were ;uests of 'her father, Ed K. BrocK. and sister, Mrs. Ciiadwick Hcn- slcy. They also were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Mclvin Bowman in Neosho. Mo. Mrs. Duford Martin, sou. Jerry, and Miss Willie Baker left yesterday for Cambridge City, Mo., to visit Mrs. Martin's and Miss Baker's sister, Mrs. Leslie Schcll. and family, for a week. Upon their return, they will be accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Edna Baker, who has been the Euest of the Schells. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. David have as their hoilseguest Mrs. David's sister. Miss Millie Cole of Luxora Mrs. Tl. B. Cobble and son, Clark, will leave today for Oak Ridge Tenn. Th-y will be joined there Sermon Girls -found Wives Of >\rmy Men FRANKFURT, July 10. (UP) — German girls who brag by telephone o American army wives of alleged ove affairs with their husbands are duising some unhappy hours .11 occupation force homes, officials ;aid today. One pert 19-year-old fraulciu Anna Marie Brenneis, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for telephoning the-wife of Capt. Earl Davis, claiming to be his off-hours Intimate. Davis trapped Anna Marie through special Investigators. Other officer victims of the marriage-wrecking campaign huvc been less fortunate. Occupation officials said llicy -had reports ol many other whispering cases. A military government captain '.it Heidelberg said his [home was almost wrecked by ,a fiirl whispering "sexy lies" in his wile's ear while he was working. Another' officer reported that group of German girls at Stuttgart, stole copies of the army duty roster in order to check what officers were on night duty. Then they phoned the wives and claimed "Your Inis-B.ind is with me tonight dearie." USE IT AS A RUNABOUT 1 Mrs. F OR tbe 1917 summer biide who r"<"5 completely foimil onicnl 'tjh t Alyn Wijno <>f Il»i Is' Telegraph Delivery recommends (Icfl, above) this trndilional bridal bouquet o( lily of Hie valley and three white orchids with ycllosy throats. These can be removed ami worn as a goina-away corsage as shown in the photo inset. For such formal weddings, greatest demand Is lor Ihis typo ol traditional ivory snlin gown, with Elizabethan decolletagc, Marshall Field & Co. report; For the bridesmaid (upper right), Wayne suggests Vanity Fair roses in soft shell pink, with a few Itesh-colored double stock flowers. It's the perfect floral note for ibis season's favorite bridesmaid dress, f'jatimntf portrait neckline and the new rounded Ehoulder. Livestock Mrs. Josie Cook Elected to Head Osceola Auxiliary CECEOL.A, JULY 10 — Mrs. Jo sle Cook will head the American Legion Auxiliary here, following her election Tuesday night at a meeting at her home. Mrs. Conk, Mrs. W. K. Hendrix and Mrs. Harry Jones were hostesses. Other officers elected weie Mrs, Jirr.mie Bass, first vice nresident; t Mrs. Eva Tarver second vici: president; Mrs. Kathcrine Lamb.-Tuesday and Wednesday in Bates- sccrclnry; Mrs. Hendrix, Treasurer; vil , e visU j nB relatives. Mrs. Jimmy Roberts, historian, and, M)ss BcUv nlack will leave tonior- Mrs. Harry Jones, Uiapinln. | row for cnruthcrsvlllc, Mo., to visit Nesv officers will be installed in | lcr iunu . M> . s _ rjoy Harper, and a meeting August 12. | M r . Harper. She plans to stay sev- Other than the 17 members Rfitl davs present nt Tuesday night'? meeting,. Miss ^cta Rose Castlio, Miss Cath- at which Mrs. Buss, rcllriiif; prcsi- j cvme Westbrook, Miss Ann Orr. Miss dent, was in charRO, was Peggy Jlin< , B, )c hanan. Miss Marian Mays. ere u ,, ln . t inter by M.'. Cobble and I lien go to ' wive " s s Oalnsboro. Tenn.. where they will make their home. Mrs c ; w . Smith, Mrs. E. E. Cob!<. |lllrt - Mrs R E pasold -spent We the Women BY RUTH MILLETT NKA Staff Writer -A rc'.'cnt Gallup i»ll reveals eight oul of every len veterans want to be their own boss rather than work for someone else. Behind most of those men who have decided they would rather assume '.ill the risks of ROiiiR into bus. incss for them- 'j selves rather than say V'Ycs, sir" to a boss (he rest of their lives there is prcbably a woman egging; them on. During the win Rufh Millefl j. cnrs wives of servicemen got just as fed up with having their husbands movec' around like men on a checker board as did the men themselves: Uncle Sam was w. boss a man back to—so war scrambled around ii*.<k.liis one home after another so Ion? «s their husbands \vcre in the U. S. Coming Events THURSDAY Seeker's Cbss oi First Methodist Church having picnic. Jolly Eight with Mrs. R. A. Copeland as hostess. Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will meet 7:CO p.m.. at tlie home of Mrs. li A. Cope-land. Cluli 211 will have supper dance The Tint with hosts and hostesses Mr. and Mrs. .lessee Stltt, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Max li. Reid. PEIDAY Mrs. O. O. ElUins hostess to C. B. C. Club. Sunday School Class First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. T. II. Haynes and Mrs. 'Beu- lali IFlannigan at the church. Officers Scan Slain Actress' Address Book 293 Cancer Cases Listed home. ' . „ Following the dinner guests at-; nu ,,i tended-a-mctling of O. E. S. all the Hall.: • . • ' Lou Grlgsby. Miss origsby. sponsored by the Auxiliary tor the nn- Girls State gave a report of ! tlvities. and Miss Mary Sue Dnniels of North Little Rock, spent yesterday •n Little Rock,|] n Memphis. Miss Daniels of North • T.rn LE ROCK. Ark.. July !0. • UPI—Arkansas' cancer tola! continued to grow last week with 13 cases b'jiir^ reported to the State Board of Health, bringing to 23'J case's the total so tar this year. So the talk of wives back in the .Thh:' compares with n total of 115 war years was "If Joe ever gets tit the time last year, out ol the Army. I hope he'll _£o|- .jr^r, ria . s n f cancer were report- nto business for himself. I'm sic.:| ( . (1 f rom g ( .'a'i.stinn County four am Piilarki and and Sevier. TED UP WITH ORttF.KS ' There were no "polio cases rc- •1,be security of a steady jcm portc( , , o llt ^ ,i c|:ar tincnt last week ir.ny have looked Rood to Joes l"«iO| tllt its , vtl .v..i v ,,;orbiclity report >isl- woman once, before she got com-] ci , tm) ^^ m U)e prcvious wcck pleto'y fed np with liavni B Joe|,, m , ,. c)) ,. nc( | lal( . Thcy were in DaVhis -and Greene counties. There have now been 2D po'io cases reported to date, compaictl with 3'} NEW YORK, Jilly 10: (UP) — Scores of middle-aged businessmen whose names appeared in the six address books kept by Mrs. Sheika Mannering were questioned today about their relationship with the actress who was found strangled in her fashionable apartment. Police Commissioner Arthur W. Wallander look charge of the investigation and assigned 60 of his best detectives to the job of checking one by one the 200-odd names listed in the voluminous address books kept by the blonde, attractive Mrs. Man- nering. • i Many of the names in the books were well-to-do businessmen. The volumes contained the names of only a few women. Wallander said none of those questioned was a suspect ana none was held., Mrs. Mannering, 49, a former radio bit actress known professionally as Bessie K- True, was found strangled in her seventh floor mid-Manhattan apartment early yesterday by ST. LOUIS NATIONAL, STOCK YARDS, July '10. (UP)—Livestock Hogs 8,000; salable 7,000; marks fairly active, 25 to 5Pc higher th'-ii average Wednesday, mostly 40 t 50c higher. Bulk good and cboic 160 to,24f> Ibs 26.00-26.25; top 2825 250 to 270 Ibs 25.25-25.75; few 2G.CO 270 to 310 Ibs 23.75-25.25; 130 t 150 Ibs 24.CO-25.50; ICO to 120 pigs 21.03-23.23; good 270 to 500 lb sows, 18.75-20.50; very few cboic light weights up to 21.CO-21.25; ov er 500-lbs 17.03-18.50. Cattle 4,000; salable 2,000; calvi 1.4SO a-H salable. Opened fairly ac live and fully steady on all classe with undertone of strength contn uing. vealers, $1.00 higher. Mo medium to low good steers so early 23.25-25.50; a few 2u.?5; b 1 USE IT AS A MOBILE POWER UNIT • The power of the \Villys-Ovcr- lantl "Jeep" Jui^inc atul si'lt-ttivc ?.- anil 4-wlicel drive make the "Jeep" a vehicle of amazing versatility, performance antl economy. GIT A POOLE MOTOR CO. Slccle. Mo. I'honc SLcelc some choice held considerably higi er. Good fend choice heifers and mixed yearlings, 24.03-27.00; medium kinds around 17.50-23.00; good cows, 17.CO-18.50; common and medium beef cows,'13.50-16.50; can- ncrs and cutters j.10.50-13.00. her maid. Police established the time of the slaying as between 3 and 3:30 p.m. Tuesday. inio ousiiich^ un 111111^:11. -. LIL o.."- -, t - tl trom teo'i.simn niul tired of b:iiiR told where »««j from Union, f.vo fro hnw T l^vc tn live." i one: each from Por:c Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Get Pep Feel Years Younger, Full of Vim Do sou blame exhamtcrt worn-nut rwllnfi on SRCI Thou-«anila arnuitd at wlial A llttl* I«pi>Hm up wLIrt Ostrfx haa dona ConlBlns touve muny i:c«l at «J. W). Cll. for bixly t>lil snlplv hecamo low In lr"n. Tri-Oatrex ToiUc rublels today- He ilrllghlpil wltl\ Tiepr pep. voiiniicr Ie«llns — or ynur myiiei' back. i v or «ale at all drug slortscvcrlwlicje. Lonr Distance Moving Com pet cut Help ami equipment. Adequately Insured ConUact Hauling md Misc. Services. Homfl Scivice & Storage Oo, with having Joel ink™ "orders. .A private bcss. of course, wouldn't have as much ruv-so over her] the week's ac- Mrs. Nailling'Hostess With, Bridge Luncheon OSCEOLA, July 10. — Mrs. Robert Lt Nailing entertained fellow members 'of a two-table club last night with a dessert,bridgc at her home, 406 St. John's St. Cool Summer colors of green and yellow'.were accented In the effective setting, enhanced by crystal bowls of snapdragons in rainbow colors ar.d .pink hydrangeas. In evening games. Mrs. Bettye j HI. 1. city. Nelle Starr held high score and' Mrs. J. L. Glascoe. second high. The hostess served iced drinks. 4 * . * Teachers f.o Tour West srro>VAH. July 10.'— Mtss Jewell Wallace, second grade teacher at Hatcher, and Mrs. T. U Smith of T.epa'nto, member of the Marked Tree school faculty for the 1041-48 term, .r;ill leave Friday for a lour ol 11 Western states sponsored by j Arkansas State Teacher's College, i Conwa'y. . They >»ill go. to Grand Canyon : and also plan to visit the Mormon \ Temple in Salt Lake City and to •<: Yellowstone National Park. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVIIA.E HOSPITAL, Admitted: Mrs J. W. Perkins. Hutlmnii. Isolds Mahan, city. Dismissed: Mrs. city. Mrs. Max Watson, Armorcl Larry Davis, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Dennis Flowers and Little Rock is the houscRiicst of Miss Westbrook and her parcr.'s, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook and family. can keep a man in on? si;o'..| But if n man's l\is own b^ss. time last year. wite r-nn do a little of the oos-.m!,'| Ko!no fei^^iisls explain kleplo- hciseir. And there's one other nuic j n)anj . 1 , ls th[ , ,,. SU | t |)f parent^ remitter: sho Kiocsu-l have to kow-. slt .-,!„;„,, lhd] . ,. hndr< , n from thUl( . s Luncheon Party Given To Honor Recent B,-iJc OSGEOLA, July 10 — The E. Raymond Dyer and baby. I Spencer Driver home ou West Bern I mes Avenue was the scene ol Ihe first ot n series of parties to be Riv»!i 1 for Mrs. Richard Edwin I'rewiit. a', tow to any Mrs. 'Boss. i . _ Report of Man Lost In Tennessee Cave Now Termed a Hoax I they Special Friday 75c Fried Tenderloin of Trout Tartar Sauce — Cole Staw Hot Rolls — Butter HOTEL NOBLE COFFEE SHOP ba'jy. baby. . city. NASI1V1I.,1.E. Tenn.. July 10. «O<-> , -John llnrr. sought for nine dn>.> rs W C. Mnson nnd Mrs DonaUl I m Nictotjack Cave near Umtl.i- 'crtz were hostesses yesteiriay ! ncopn. was found unhaviucrt in Ih Mrs. Clarence Moore aud Dell. Mrs. Claude Council, Rt Fienna Razor. Stcclc. Mrs. Jim Nowlin, Manila Doris Go wan. Sleele. Mrs. J. v. Albright, llaytl. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Elton Oray. Joiner. METHODIST HOSPITAL. Memphis Dismissed: Barbara Fells, Joiner. recent bride, when Mrs. Dnvrf M W with a luncheon. The guest of honor is the former Miss Elizabeth Ann Tallmt ill R?y- !<icl, \\hose marriasc wns solcmniaU I In June. Name card.s m:\tked seatiin; ?'. the 24 Osceola and Grklcr Riirs'.s. Unusually aUr;iclivc HI i nnfietnonts of hydrangeas, v-^nk rases an<l iiyii- sophila l]i low bowls of crystal and pottery decorated Ihe home. Stiile of NDW York today and police said his disappearance was a hi .as. Chief Lynn Bon.'ir of Ihe St.itc Hishw-jy 'Patrol said "we (omul wiio drove Hum .to Hir- umi^ham. Ala., on Tuesday an:1 he mil a train from there to New York." Meetings Too Late to Classify Chickasawba Lodge 134, P and AM. meeting in regular communication 1 tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the 'hall. All members and visiting brothers Invited; by order of the Worshipful Master, Max Parks. Mrs. Moore Honored At Informal Garden Tea OSCEOLA, July 10. — Mrs W. E Hunt was hoslcw yesterday altrr- nocn to ir> guesls with an indiruul garden lea in compliment to Mrs. Hunt Moore ot Wilson. Mrs. Mocre, with her young son, Jack, will leave Saturday for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs* C. A. Gcrrle, in Illpon, I Wise. j Rep.ct Courier News Want Atls. /•or HERE IT IS! Tru-Arl Diomond rmgl tin vntaillitgly tru* to IK« highest iTandntdi o4 quality — ai w»l( 01 beawry in cul. deit^n and mounting eatvi Iru.Arl Quality I. Higher Thon t,1u, we can moV« no fintr rtcomnMndalwn for Your or.c«. : n a.jifeliinc diamond PAT O'BRYANT 'Main at Second Phone 3261 Blytheville, Ark. burner oil turn. Ph. fO Cionil rnnch- in-pk-1 I . KIO Kivat Syc ood blcyrlc \Vnrrci\ Jftc C:ill ^02S or PILES Hurt Like Sin! But Now I Grin Tlmui-Miilfl Chans* groans to grins, list n <l»rrms' formitT™ to relieve cH.srnrnfi.rt of plies. Sent druggist?* by notcti Tliorn- toii .t Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK ruillinllve rolU-f nf pnin, Hell, irritatinn. Trn«la lo ?oftt:n. shrink awelliiip. U?^ ttnrtnra' \\i\y. fTrl lulie Thornton A Mkridr's Keclnl Ointrnftnl or ItrrtrO Sup no-ill or ics lodny. Vollow I -~tfl clirr<:Mon.i V'or sa'c nt nil ilrnir alorrs cvcty\vlicca. NEW ZEALAND RABBIT SALE Buy one registered doc For $9.00 Get Pedigreed Doe or Buck For $1.00 Buy Registered Buck at $9.00 will give you pedigreed doc For $1.00 Lots of Bunnies $1.00 and $1.50 The Dixieland Rabbitry SPECIAL Help Wonted W:uil Mim t» work in nffirc. Experience not necessuiry, wontlcr- ful opporliinUy to U-iirn to lie bookkeeper. Gooil snhiry, permanent position. <-'ul! KUl or seu Tom A. Little, Sr. Blythevilie Motor Co. Use Your Credit SUN GLASS SALE Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Shirts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 ii.m 4:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday HIS FIRS! lIVf-ACIIOH MUSICAL DRAMA! 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