The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1947
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PAGE FOUB BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.? COURIER NEVTB THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1947 oaeut ££^ Emily Wuson; Society Editor r i Phone 461 Wed to Russeltville Man DeSSett Bridge .Given - Fo£MIss Fi'ances Little MrfcJohn^Dert llpmii of TU«M-', looatJTAta , 'and 'Mrs Joe P v PiM-. Jr, fnhftrjiilt^fi "last night ni com-1 plinMpt-t^-MIss'Frances Little, \\»ii wlll"bec6m'e the bride August 1 ci Dan Hutches I3P.H of Memphis wi'n j a dessert bridge at the home of | Mrs. Bomar's unrc'nts, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore,-1020 West Mai" S. Arrangements of. gladioli decorated the. home lor the occasion. When tlie four tables of Eue.;t.> played bridge, high store prlre wfl'.il to Mrs. Albert Tav!ov and second high and (ravelins prizs to Mi's Elan s; Heath? ' The hostesses presented Miss Little a while hand-painted Chi'vi .vase. Mrs. Bcrilar nnd'Mrs. Pri-lo were assisted in ent'.'.'t'iliilng by ihn lalter's mother, Mn. rt. W. Shave-.'. IVWJie Modinger to Wed •In Late Suinincr Ceremony 'Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius MoriiiiRor lodAy announced tlie rn^asisp.icnt and! approachUm marriage of thc'.r daughter, Miss Maudlc Mo:lins?r. to Peter James Loiunan of New Or- leai)s. EOII of Mr. and .Mrs. Pcn-y Jarucs Lnuman, also of New Or- leaus. 'Plans for tne wjd'Hn;;,..lo b" an Interesting event (if fee info Slimmer, will be announced later. Miss ModiiiEcr was pradnated I froqi Blythcvillo High- School and •was connected with (lie bookkeeping- department 'at' the ! Farmers Rarjk rt Trust Cornpaiiy. for ' two j ..... years., last year she" attended St. I ^ Louis University. St. Louis ' barOCClIC OUUpCV Given Mr. Lauman, a graduate of Jesuit I,-, ni1 I\/T I - f t Higji School, New Orleans, attended ' D}' IVil'., IVll'S. LunSTOVCl Tulono University there prior lo , ,,.,„„ Hw ,, nf „,„ , n Umsfor ,| Bits of News P Mrs. Robert J. Hopper of Russellville was ijefiire her marriaac Sunday >\fiss Aiexa Williams of Tort Smith and iliylhuville, <laui;hU:r of the. 1 Hcv. ami Mrs. K u. Williams ol Fort Hniilh, lonnerly o[ Blyllicvllle. The tricie is a former member of the ulylhcvilfc llip,!i Kchool iacul'.y. Conduct Revival lo entering the Navy, where he served two*years in Ihc Pacific, f-lo r I ' ]•, an engineering student at Louisiana State College, LaFaye'ttt. f ,,. hc bwll ()f u , c Afternoon Card Party Giyen by Betty Black j ' ' i ! Miss Helen Jane B^t'kelhl?ni9r. of .Fayeltcville, W. Vn., "housegucRt of Mis}> Virginia Williams; continued to .enjoy a round of parties bring given for' her when Miss B?l.ty Black entertained yesterday with an afternoon party. .: IB bridge gomes, high score wept "to fc,!tss Williams and - Miss .Belly Wobdson received second high, I'iss Mary Ann Parks was high scorer - in hearts. / BJouqnets of gladioli mid-'oilier 1 Summer flowers decorate:! the home. liie hostess ser\'c:l n'-froz;n fmit sala^d plate and iced f!i inks ^ for refreshments. ' - - house on Aili Strcol was Ihe sc'tina lart niKlit when Mr. ::r.d Mrs. [.uiu- ford rulcrUilnnd \vil'i -x !ml'l;i-:i.l ', honoring relatives \\lio are vl.iitlny them. CUii'sts included Mr. Lun.sford'; mother, Mrs. J. H. i.unsford, Mr end Mrs, Henry I unsford an:l fu- mily of Los Anfclci, Mr. ami Mis. Donald nodgcrs an:! family of Tny- lorsville. La-, Mr. and Mrs. J, unes Lcntx nnd family Mr. nn-.l Mrs Fletcher Kim; and family and Mr nml Mrs. Uancll Liuittonl ninl la- nil ly. Mi. and Mrs. T. I. Seay arc In Evansvlllc, Ind., today on business. Mr. and Mrs. Willard H. Pease have as their guests for a week Mr, Pease's sister, Mrs. J. H. Widman nnd daughter, Margaret Ann, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs, O. O. Hurdaway and sons have gone to Mcna, Ark., to visit Mrs, Hurdaway's mother Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Adkisson have relurncd home after a ten-day motor trip through Oklahoma, Kan- j Colorado, Texas and New Mexico. In Colorado Springs, they were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wysc.Perry, wlio formerly made their home here. They were guests of Mrs, Dclmn Lemastcs in Conchus Dam, N. M. and also visited in Oklahoma City. Mrs. Peter Propson and sons, Peter and Michael, of Kenosha, Wise., were guests yesterday of Mr, and Mrs. J. A. McKay. They were accompanied by Talmadge McKay of Kclser. whom they have been visiting. Mrs. Propson and sons will return next week lo lie gucslti of the McKays. Mrs. James u. Tun, daughter, Ann, and Infant son. James Jr., have re- lunicd to New York City Filler sijcmihif; two weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. P. Tompklns, and family at Burdetlc. She accompanied Mrs. Tompkins home when she re- l tinned from New York Clly. Alma Jane and Johnnie Ann Ln! Compte of Alexandria, Va., have arrived by plane to spend a month with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Langdon, and Mr. and Mrs. Welch Foster. . Mr. nnd Mrs. L. E. Old Jr., returned from Camp Hood. Tex., when; Ihey visited friends for. several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves, accompanied by their son, Wade Reeves Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry i Dodd. left today for Los Angeles. The nev. R. E. Jones of Arkadcl- 'where they will spendla month. En pliln will conduct u revival meeting route home. Ihcy will go through at Armorc-l Baptist Clnirch, begin- , Oregon Jo niii" Sunday, the Rev. II. ,1. Alkins, pastoi 1 , announced Unlay. The public is invited, the. Rev. Mr. Atkins said. « » » New Liberty New* Mr. -and Mrs. J. C. Williams nnd children. Hi;;-,- nnd Fay p.. spent Sunday -'.uth i datives at Trefoil, Venn. Billy remained for a weeks visit, Mrs. Estclle Anthony lias returned I lo Chicago after having been the 1 guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey >:fs curves are an insiilr tuis autumn. ll:iliie far iifKi'e puds the liijiline iil'.lhe skirl of lu-r liniwii wouh'ii MiH (above) ivilh Ihe Mill roimdi'd inidcrsltii-t (insel) which i-piu-hi-s I" mid- lliigh. Sllil jiu-hcl i 1 * shnrl and iiuii:'!'^' 11 ^ *° 1'rovidu CLtiilia^t. We the Women By RUTH MII.1.KTT NE/\ SfafT Wrilcr Latest ncv/.s from (he fashion front is a report that • n who design wonien's fur couts i\re IfehtiiiB it out over whether coals should be long enough to 1 cover the longer skirls now coming j in or remain short.i i 'This - m a \ seem like n' | trivial matter to I tlie man of the I-CIVCT aid io puff out a fuH- ^kirli-il i-vcniiii; Ku\vn is Ihe bl;ick Liinolim- pcllii.(>;tl U-i-iili-r) de* signed hy llruu-nie. L'lidpi-stnif- litrt- lor Uu- ionnal f;o\vn labove) i-s the binu'd and back-I need cor- si-t tinsfO «-lik-li helilllps the Continuous ; \ Every Day • Box Office Opens 1:45 ;' Show Slartn 2:00 * LISTEN TO KLCN 8:0* a.m. 12:15 p.m 4:30 p.m. Etowah News Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spellings linve returned from Memphis, wh'.'rti they spent n few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. s. Wlldy Imd as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. 12 Murphy and H. Cross of pantO, and Mr. and Mrs. I! H. Wi'.dy and son, Paul of Lnachvillc Mr.i and Mrs-. LeRoy Wlldy are sptfiiilins their vacation in Hot ^priijgs. L. c. Shelton nnd son, Bobby have been hi Hot Springs to visit Mrs. L. C. EhcUon and Mr. nnd ] Mrs. C. S. Neal, who arc taking a j course of baths. Mr. Shelton returned home Monday and Iloliby remained for a longer visit. Mr, and Mrs. s O. Smith of Marked Tree and Sydney Smith of Hatio, Ark., were guests of Mrs. CJcora Chrismond for a briel t?:'_:: Donald Shelton ' nnd ' ' Lanclk Mooro of Marked Tree spent Sunday with Joyce, J. B. and Wayne Shelton. Mr. and Mrs Boyrt Hnnttn of ] Nesbit. Miss., were gucsls Sir.vlav c,[ Mrs. Hiudin's brolher. II. F. Mtn- dows, [imi Mr.s Meiulow.s. Joyce Magi'i of Memphis Is jli.i- Ing her grnndpariiil!], Mr. and Mra. Monroe Wilson Mrs. Pearl till! of strele. Mo \v;is Ihc weekend guest of her danghler, Mrs. Hilton SU'phenson, and Mr. Stcphen.son. Mr. mid Mrs. William Lnnglcy nnd family h;t\'t' returned from Mammotli S]irin>:.s where Ihcy vi- silcd sevc'ial d;tys. Eddie J[>i' whittle has rctnrna-l liotne from Lulesviite. Mo., wncrc he has been spondinu Uis vacation. Mr. nnd Mr.s. H L. Hawkins. Mrs. Arthur Primer and children of Hill' Moon ami the Rev and Mrs. H. II. rtlevlus <>f Blyihcvillo were guests , Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Jar- rntt. and Mr. and Mrs. George M. Leo here. Mrs. G. W. DlUaliunly has gone 1 f an ,ji y . n\\l it'l' to Denver. Colo., lo visit Dr. and ' ln;1J | H , „,„,. Mrs. John F. Rowland. She plans to be gone a month. Mrs. Anne Stevens Hamilton and ! children have returned from a 1 ihrce-week.i visit with friends in Dallas ami Galveslon. Tex. i m p o i' lant to you Ihan y o u' Ihink. I^p. ' Ihe lonu fur Livestock Ruth Milled coal boys win out Ihc little woman ' ' ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. July 17. (OP)--(USDA) — Livestock: Hogs 10,000: salable 8,500; barrows and gilts 240 Ibs. and dov>n, mostly 25c lower than yesterday's average. Stronger weights, steady lo IOC lower. Top 21.50; 170 to 240 Ibs. 27.tlO-27.2S; 250 to 270 Ibs. 20.25- 2C.75; 280 to SOD Ibs. 24.75-25.75; 130 to 150 Ibs. 20.50-26.25; 100 to 120 Ibs. 22.00-24.00; very liberal receipts of sows off $1 to $2. Bulk of 450 Ibs. down 18.50-20.00; few light sows 20.50; over 460 Ibs. 15.00-11.00: stags H.OO-Ki.OO; boars ll.50-13.SD. Cattle 4.200; salable 2,700; calves 17,700; all salable; general market slow. Few steers and heifers about steady, but most bias unevenly lower. Cows steady, witli late deals of Mrs. John W. Thomas and Mrs. Mnrgnrcl Mohan Hell are spending 10 davs In Washington, D. C., visiting [riends. ' R. B Hodge and Gene O'Brien arc spending this week at Rio Visla. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Talbolt of Hethesdn. Md . will arrive this 'afternoon for a visit with her mother. Mr.s. Emma Nolen. and her sister, Mrs. E. R. Mason, and family. Mr. iTalboft will be here for two weeks and Mrs. TalboLl plans lo be here for a month. • • « Al The Hospitals jVAN • ^ L i- t «'^*i3 'm^, &£'w UNITED STATE'S' PICTURES WAF.NEES Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Copeland hostess Clic Club. BACKASHE, > LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys _If bnckArbcnndlpff jtninanrc rnnkinKyou nbr, ut tliciti. Kntu re mny be \varnini: you t hat your lutlncys p.cfrt ntteiilion. CXPOS3 nchta nn'l rofsononA wnslc onl of the hloo.l. They- help most people p.-vsa nbout 3' pints n day. H liic 15 rnile-1 oT kMnr-j- Inbcs nnil fillers rton't%v.>rk 'veil. |)oisonc.'iisvvnRlITHntlcrMlnya f n I.l-.l-lootl. These poisons mfl J-5 tart nnKKmit bnoknche?, rhc»nintic pains.K'ir Pains, [i>ss of pep nnd CTicrjij-, ncllinc up niirlil^, su-cllinir. lii-..T:n ess untie r the eyes, head.-xcl.ea ami tlitzi- thinR MTonff "ilh your kidneys or lilnililcr. l>on't wail! Ask your dructrist for Doan'd i'ills, a etimulantdiurctie, osetl successfully t>- millions for over f>0 ycnrs. t>c>^n'j> KIVO ippy relief and will help Ihc 16 milej of idney tubes fiu^h out [ioisonous waitc from tfco blood. Gtl Uosn'a Tilts. Mr. Fowlstan Soloist At Foyottevif/o Church Ul'llon C. ro'.v!.slr>n of l-'tiwlst £<:hool ot Mlisir hru 1 was KUeit soloist at Kim<hty s'.'i'vU-[-s at the l r ir."l, Pvt'b'jylriian Churt-h in F.ty- etleville. He san^ "H i.s l\r. ! ur:h", trom the nralorin "Elijah" by Felix Me:> delssohn. Mr. rovvlslnn k sitleiidlni! linr Hmmiiei- sosslrn! :it Univei'^Uy ol Avkalisas. I';;>vtlr\ ille. Mrs. Watson Hostess To Bridge Club, Guest OSCKOLA. July II. — Mrs. W. 1 \V WaLson. Jr. u-.i;; (insli-ss '-i U\ L» !ablrs of club UK tubers ntui MVK .S L. Glndish ycstcniay jiftcnioon whrtl =he entci'litinc:! aL her home on Kasl Ki'i.-u-r. ' j Mr.s. J. I. f.liisrne won hlp.h j sroi-oi ami My.;. C. C. Uowcu second I IJt'CoraMr.ns f'lr enlertin:nf; rooms \vtTo i'n'iiiii'.nH'nt.s of lilli^'s nnd crepe niyi:lc in low ;;o;t'.Ty bowls .IIOSPITAi Admitted: f Mrs. Kcnnard Wallers, city. Mrs. L.. B. Cay. cHy Mrs Rene Georqc. city. Mrs. O. M. Christian, cily. Mrs. M. FitTsimmons, city. Dismissed: Mrs. G. O. Poctz and baby. city. Edna Pcllliaucr. city. W. C. Pluckett. c.iiy. Minon Campbell Elcclc. Mo. Kathcrine Honcyc.idf, cHy. S. B. Hester, Stoelc. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs J. W. Vvr- kins, Hnffinnii. a son this morning, WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Woodrow Wells. Manil'i ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Leo Looney. Joiner. Mrs. Mary Sue Moll, Osccoli. 15 'uoing to be mighty unhappy ab'o'ut th&t fur coat she was so enthusiastic about last year—Iho one she described so glibly as a sound I investment because she could weal- it for four or five years. I 'If the short coat boys win with thcjr argument thai a lima coat vjlil look frumpy and lack dash, you niiiy not have lo fool, the bill for a new one. (II the fight turns out to be a dVliw. you're still fairly safe because (hen a woman won't be completely out of the fashion pic- lure with a short fur coat. TOP CAN'T SKIHT IT You really deserve a break on the fur. coal Vcnglh, Pop, because the battle for the longer skirt length is 1 (already won. Come fall, the little wqiian is goim; to wail. 'T simply haven't a thin!: to wear." And from the fashionable point of view, she won't have. So don'l dismiss the baltlc of the fur. coat length lightly. : Actually, the outcome is as im- pbrlant to yon as to the little woman. beef cows 25c or more lower. Bulb steady; vealcrs 50c lower. Pew short loads medium to good steers 23.5028.00; few good lo low choice mix- ed yearlini-s 25.00-27.00; good \KdHike Hikes One Way cows 17.on-18.00; common and inc- dhmi beef cows l-l.OU-16.75; dinners and cutters. 10.50-13.75. Second Daughter Born To Mr., Mrs. Snodgrass Mr. and Mrs. Homer A. Snodgrass of Chicago are parents of an infant daughter. Mr. Snodsrass formerly made his home in Blythcville and i now is a professional singer with tlie Naliojial Broadcasting Company in Chicago, Their second daughter, she was] born last Thursday. Her sister. Marion, is four. •STAMFCUD, Ci/iill., July 17. iu;») _ Miriam Ann da Nike, who 'had been missing since last 'Friday, telephoned her family early today from' Jacksonville. Fa., her father reported. The gin so id she lulch hiked lo Florida but now was broke and wanted money .to come home. Read Courier News Want Ads. Too Late to Classify For Sale Used norcelatn hall) t'lb nnd ~om- nCKlcr. In Rood condition. Anplv 112 IIKI Sycamore. 7;i7-ntt-7'zn 373 i\r.rcs npnroxliniuHy 3\* miles cast ol Cooler. Mlssoiirl. nil ;i Kravel tllttll- \vny. This Is one of the choice rnrnn 111 Femtscot County. Missouri. Hns liiul a rental Income for the iii-st several years of considerably above $20 fid per acre per year. II Intcrpslctl. call or write me al New Marl'lcl. Missouri. Frcrt M. Copclancl. ft hcnrt cypress imHor boat. N«wk- p"llll«l. SCO. Call 3282. " " Hawks. The Am-zin rvver contains CCO varieties of fish. Mrs. Shepherd Speaks At WMS Circle Meeting Mrs. Hernia Shepherd taught lejsson from tlie book, "Thus It. Is \Vriltcn". at a meeting of Circle Seven of the Woman's' Missionary i Society of First Baptist Church (•Tuesday nisjlu at the home of Mrs. Marion Williams. | Miss Pearl Loc opened the scs- I present in pravpr. The hostess sorv- - •--- •---••- Uic 13 members 15-ck-lO Four room house with hath. Just rom- nletcd. po^csslmi now. This house I In Itio New Khne faclorv M. „. Karris, phone 2,2. S Sqturdqy Night 9 'tH'l Air Conditioned Mirror Room Adm. 60c Inc!. Tax adilltlo 5 room liaus" on 2 comi'r lots on CUV hnn line Pavement tn-jcs puld oul. Call 3564 nftltr 0 o'clock. Health nnrl Rcitor Health. Do yon Have ulcerated stomach? Do you have arrested case <>t T". 15.? Is your baby undernourished? If so try Goat's Milk. ' 30,- sion by leaciini; ' cd rcfre-shuirnts. Our poals 'arc 1 3857. tested- Phone 7 1 7 pis mm I ••x Office Opens lit 1:00 p.m. ' Show Starts 7:15 Oprns (Sanaa;; 1:33; starts 1:15 *^*^tl***i*> T *f i , Shnrrs S^t. anil Sun. Buraln N!«M Every Night Except [ . Saturday N* fttttl honored on i . the ROXT •Thursday' and -Friday , itrrfuwl, '.(.', cuts its Norlh o\v:i Kciul Courier News Want Ads. Gucironteed Watch Repoir Prompt Service •, J Expert Workmanship «k J Let Our Experts !<cep your \v;Ucli ruiiuinir actm-al *' * and smootlily . . . your satisfaction guaranteed! I Filipalrick Jewelry Slere J= lit takes only 3 minutes (o open an account Sprcfalors anil pumps, ;i11 si/.cs and styles—colors, too! This sc;ison's favorite styles at this one jj' voilwil .v price! Styles — Values lo $7.50 rx$>>:y>>>:K^ Phone 2502 • Full Fashioned Sheers AH-Nylon Stirrr .mil cr>r-l for Mimmer M'C^ir . . . thc^c fiirr linsn ^TC iimrf* bi'Liutifiil, mt>rc fl^ltcr- in,p; llian rvrr. Ami ihcy'rc sn Jow-pricnl you can nfforri In liuy ;v linvfxil inslcart ol just .1 friv p^ir! A!! First Quality Phone 2562

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