The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 18, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 18, 19-17 tiiss fto Uttle Honored ith Luncheon Party Biythevil'leMon Weds *>Mrs Freeman Robinson entertained yesterday at her home .on We*; 1 Walnut Street with a tluree- course Munch eon .honoring Miss Frances Little, popular Blythevllle brjde-elect * ' GuttU were eight of Miss Little's mo«t ; intim*te friends, Snapdragons and roses decorated trie dining room, with c an effective arrangement ol those flowers tn 8 silver' bowl centering the bride- elect's table Vases of mixed white flowers were placed^ in th.3 living In game contests Miss LHtle was awarded a prize and her hostess presented her a gift. Bufifet Supper Honors Betty Branch, Fiance Mi'ss Eeatrlro 1 Louise Rlgeranof Los Angeles and Charles W. Hail, 'ormerly o! Dly- heville, were married in a mc- noney at Glon- dn le Mclhodbt :hurch in C.lni- dalc, calif., May 18, it was announced here today by lils iiiiiv eilts, Mr. und Mrs. Hnrvcy Hrtrt Dlythovillc. Mr. and Mrs. Hart are milking their loino In Lor: An- ;eles. O3CEOLA, Ju'\ 17—The Charles R; Coleman country home v,as the setting wednesdaj night for a buffet supper complimenting MIS' Betty Branch of .Pecan Point anc her 'fiance, Ector Ralph Johnsor Jr. of Lit I.'? Rock, vhose wedding Monday will be one of South Mis sssicpl County s major Summe nunHils Entertaining with the Colemaru; vere their daughter Miss Belts Je»n Coletnan, and Mr and Mrs Brt"e Ivy JPicardy gladioli arranged throughout the home formed fetflni? for the 30 nucsts The table from which the supper served was centered with a silver bowl of these flowers l Brancli wore a black sheer Styles for Fall Previewed Miss Shousc Entertains With Party for Visitor ; Miss Frances Shousc "m yesterday afternoon • with of the -purllc; complimenting' Miss lelen Jnne Jjeckcllileiner belore she caves tomorrow to Return r . to her ionic in FnyeUcville', W. Va. She itts been honored with 'several af- with a corsage of gardenia's presented ,her bv ,the hosts aiu She u'so was ^presented l-estesses silver in hostess I Missouri Pastor Speaker At Revival Meeting Here The Rev. Feme W. Bruce of St fnlrs during her week's, stay, .here as guest ol Miss Virginia Williams and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mr and Mrs. Carl Wallace and son, Dan, Mr. and Mrs. W. o. Guerin. Mr end Mrs. Jack Wilson mid Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace and sons, Edwin, Don and Oer.e of osccola left yesterday for Lav- amie, Wyo., where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Curl Wallace's daughter, Mrs. Henry Wilson, and Mr VVHson. They will then -be accompanied by the Wilsons to Cheyenne, Wyo.. to ftttencl a roJeo They also plan to go to eoloiudo Springs- to visit Mr. and Mrs. Slus- sell Barnaul and daughter, Mtss Waiida narham, formerly of Bly tlieville. Mi. and Mis. Norns King of Washington, D. O., and Mr. King's mother are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fiilgham and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnlc FulBhnni here. Miss Lena Mac Dark of St. I^juis is lioiuicgucst of her sister, Mi 1 - Mnrsliall Blackard, and family lor the Summer. U C. Posey Jr.. will leave tonight' Tor Ncw|»rt, Ky., to Join Mrs. rosey, who has been guest of her parents, Mr; and Mis George C. Mason, for the pa t .week. Mr. and Mrs. Poscy. and Mr. and MIT*. Mason wljl It-five Wednesday' for Chctek, wls., for two weeks vacation. Emadel Swcim'iigen will leave tonight for Basalt, Colo., wKcvc she will be guest of jlnvmle Hot- -ncr. daughter of Mr. ynd Mis jess Horiier of Blylhcvllle, who spending the Summer there. another Joseph. Mo.. i.s <the speaker nt re-1 lire . vluil services being held at Full She will return with them the Gosi;cl Tabernlic'.c, Lily ami Vine latter part of August. Streets, the pev; Vent Bowling, Mr. and Mi-s. Kuey Tucker and. pastor, said today when he a'so. Mi-, and Mrs. Jim Ja'mcs and 1 rpikc of the.musical 'program. I'sons left today tor Halnes City. The Rov. Hnzol. I. Klcintop of[p| ai w hcrc they will make their AllciUowa. -penna.. is "assisting 1",' homo', conducting Mho: meeting and di-|' Mr nn( i M rs . n oy Graves -will II. Williams Miss Shouse entertained with a swimming party at. the Municipal Pool in Walker Park for 10 guests. Refreshments were served throughout tile aitcrnoon. her pattern the supper, puests spent the evening (Jmclrtg From out of town were Oharlei Nick and Kichar-i Rose of Roseland, Mr ind. Mrs E M Terry .Tr, t of Bli tlieville, Mr and Mrs Harris Hun of Manila, Mr and Mrs Carlu Peddock of Joiner. Val Wil'iams n Milljngton, Miss Ann Kelly of Hel fen and Hufus Brtnch Sr, nn Hu'us 'Branch .Jr...father-.and bro Ilie'r of the bride-elect, of 'Pecan ? Among the .^^-^0^1^11^ \ 0 O b- a e s^n 'Informal serve he, biroly. She was ,ire- party Tuesday at the sentcd a m iror as a gift .from the rrles Rose horns in Rosetod members of the'.club,. Mrs Rose and Mrs Harris Hunt Guest othu than members were w"e hStesseT '' I Mtes Lo'" 1 MM Dar * of st ^"^ Mrs Bryan BlrAett of Bassett houseguesl of her sister Mrs Mar- w.l te Jiostess Withi a Ktohen shall Blncknid and fimtly und Miss Mrs. Baggett Hostess With Birthday Supper Mrs. C. S. Bafgett entertained members of the C and N Birthday Club last.night with a supper in U icy will . reels children's meetings at q!| e(ivc today for Fordycc, .. where o'clock nightly. Tonight's sermon topic will be "Deep 1 Wells", the pastor »)ld. and lor Sunday night, "The Haunted House." Services are not ho!d on Saturday. Needhams Name Dough Daughter Named Donna Rac Is the name .chosen for the daughter born to Mr. and Mi->. James (Ncedhnm of Lockfort, Blythevllle, July Mrs. Needham is 'the former Miss shower tonight for Miss Branch. Supper Party Given For Pathfinders'Class Betty Dodds. Bouquets o! lilacs and mbjed garden flower; dcconted entertaining Mcm=e'rs_ of the Class of the. ' First Methodist Church infers entertained * la-t r>ight at the church with pi cov- erefl-dish supper , Hostesses to the , 52 members presort, were Mrs Clint Caldwell, Jrts (Alfred WL'.'ams and Mrs. Williams Wystt ( Guests other than m-rdbers present were Mi and MT-S J W Adams Fallowing: the supper the group was led in a-recreation period by Miss Mamie L. Adams. Birthday Party Given Mrs. J. N. Smothcrmon entertained yeeterdey with a birthday party honoring her son, Johnny, wlio was one yctir old. The 15 guests included Al rnnno Jr., of Memphis. The 'hostess served ice cream and cake and favors were presented! to each guests. Donna Gore's Bhthday Is Occasion for Party *.f make their home after 'spending a week here as guests of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. O. Graves. . Mr. and Mrs. Al Romano .nnd son. Al Jr., of Memphis are spencl- hiK a .few (lays with Mr. and Mrs. ,f. N. Smotlicrinon and family here. Mi- p and Mrs. J. R. Bcnton have .returned from a Wedding trip to points of interest in- the- South. After Lon's a brief visit with Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs Ben Eail Shirley McCannon. • * * New Music Instructor PAYETTEVILLE' Ark Juij is. (UP>—MHs E\elyn DC Lohp- for- B^er- member of the faculty of the Jlocttttein School of Musi^ in Roch- t esfer, Ni.Y will join the Unlver- sfty f>f Arkansas music fatuity In Beptembei Shi Is now with the University of Kansas. 1 * " " :- l Daughter Is Named Donn) Sue Gores birthday wflsi " _ft, , the oct-aston for a surprise \veiner| Tl)^ daughter born to Mr and roa£' and theater pactj Tuesday i M « -J D Honeycutt July 11 at the m»ht guen bj her grandmother Blythevllle Hospital has been named H. B. Cakes nnd Roserriarv! Kathrvn 1 °e Thev aJso have n two- ghan on the littn Q Oakes home. The hostesses served birthday cake nnd ice cream and afterward the group went to a mo- Walker, the couple left :yeotnday for Conway. where they ;wiH make! their home . at 305 Dougahey'• Ave. They were married here last' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Hoy Beavers and Mr. nnd Mrs. Erby Hodge have 'returned home after spending - a vacation in the West. They went especially ilo see Mr. umd 'Mrs; E. Uie| jear^ld son, Jlmmj .Mrs. Honeycutt is the formei .lean Austin. Miss At The Hospitals BI.YinEVII.LE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. W. D. Rnmbo, city. Maxine Overman, city. Mrs. R. H. P. -Burks, city. Doris Sur.s, city. Barbara. Sawyer, city. John Perkins, Iifnnila. Dismissed: Mrs. Jcnnolo Barber, Donaphan, Mo. Mrs. Clcas Rnmbo, city. Mrs. M. P. Turner and baby, city. WAU.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. E. A. Hill and baby, Luxora. Mrs. W. T. Martin. Rtc. 1, cily. . Roycl Sanders, cily. ST. JOSFl'HS HOSPITAL Memphis Contrary tn popular belief, the color of mnptc sap as it flows (roin a tree is not brown, like ninpie syrup, but crystalline as water. > Livestock ST. l-OUtS NA.TIONAI, STOfciC- YARDS. Jlily 18. (UP)—(U3DA) — Live-stock: ! Hogs: 6,300; salable 6,000; active. 50- to 75c higher on 170-Jbs to 230 Ibs barrows and gilts a 27.75 largely. Top 28.03: heavio: I weights and ])igs 25 to 50; high I cr; 240 to 2GO .'bs 20.5a-27.SO; ,27C to 300 Ibs 24.7S-2'i.50; sows 310 Ib. e. Wllboiirn •. of. Mo'deslo, Calif Mrs. -Beavers' : >parci»U-. •> Mr. nnd Mrs. Prank Seay and children, Frank Jr., and Tommy Inf-t. this morsilnR for Norfo.U Laic, I'lo S)«nd a ^week at the aibln ofl Mr. and Mrs. -T-. I. Scay Mr. and Mrs. Ly'.c H. (Boyd .left' today to return ' to' their home in :armi. 111.. • after having been guests or their daughter, Mrs.- 'erry C. Rothrock, and family here for S2veral diiys. Mrs. Bel'e M. Wood will spend the weekend in Canithersville. Mo., \vith relatives. Mrs. Dave Barton of Catron, Mo., i.s guest of her parents, Mr. mid 'Mrs. W. M. inurns. Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. Weathers. Jr.. arc ot home at New Liberty after a' wedding trip to Hot SDrings. Mrs. Weathers was Miss Ellousc Jackson before their wedding June 30 in Osceola. Miss Belty Baker of Hnrllngen, Tex., who underwent an appendectomy while herb with Ihe Methodist Youth Caravnn, left today for McCrory to rejoin tile group. Slv* will ,be motored to McCrory by the and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart. '.. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hendrickson and family left .today for Chester EI'SIE KINAK1) NEA Fasliion Kdltur NEW YORK tNEAI.—Deslaners have reached deep into the grab- bay of the past for the nostalgic threads they have woven into fashions for fall. Pulled out o( the 18th century, for example, are the fancy vestments of the Continental dandy. Adapted to feminine finery, style ideas borrowed from famous fops give new fall suits their swashbuckling airs. The big collar, flaring cavalier jacket and dashing cravat necktie, reminiscent of Casanova's beau bruininel all Ire, have inspired Adcle Simpson to name a suit silhouette for the ladykillcr. Godey's Ladies' Book yields nos. tnlgic theme for. an.entire collection. driUBhter, Mrs.'Jnmes Brooks.Cocli- ran and family. Miss Helen Jane BcckcUiiemcr will return to her home in Faycttc- ville. W. Va., tomorrow after. sp:iid- Ing the week with Miss Virginia Williams. Miss willioms plans 'to accompany Miss Beckelhibmer lionie to spend a week V lid Vis Hawaii! Gently ,J,- Wh:il tlie nation'r, fashion editors underlined in their notebat/fc, r>.- k!es. long waisllinr and Ir.ose jac- I'.c New York fall fashion openings arc underlined by the camera ui | *el that closed by clutching, .fn this preview ef- •trcnd'setllng, rcvlvul-stylc models. The Peg O' My (4 C °nost speci-icuUr S |)ow' irf ' a Heart" cocktail ensemble in blnck wool (left) has the hcbbln-skirwd cocktail ensemble of black wool dress. :iuiu''; cnnhic-tri^imcd.• lung-jacket of pro-World Win- I ora. Cos- ! lavishly frosted wi'.n white ermine :umes from Casanova's day inspired the flaring cavalier jacket nnd ' ' striped thffctn bow tie of the gray broadcloth suit (center). Slipping Troin the pages of Gcdey's liidies' Bock, (lie Victorlan-slyl"«i coat O-ighLl cf v/nnl, plairicd in green, red, black anil white, has a plcatod back. Elnck velvet borders the deep yoke and covers the buttons. Out of the yeliowlng pages of this lot!] century fashion "bible," Tina Lescr pulls themes for new styles: dresses with fishtail trains, pert bustles, boned bodices and ?ala aprons. Also borrowed from Godey , are coat styles with back pleats, > t]l c silhouette characterized by deep i yokes. Victorian collars,' and .the slinky skirt that hobbled nn- velvct borders and buttons Reminiscent of the pro-World War T era of fashions made famous by Irene Castle—remember? —is the "Peg O' My Heart" silhouette, revived for fall. This is Paul and. nre fjuesE^ 'Bob;' or, of Mr. and Civil War Banners May Be Carried by Army Units er-j, with regimental colors in Army parades. [\'.]i\In justification, the Armed Services Committee said: WASHINGTON Jills IP (UP)—I A great-many: units of our Armed The Scmtc thinks the Cwil War'Poices have front time to time i lias 1 sen over long enough to lit! fought as slato organizations. Their • Confederate - battle : streamers fly ] battle recbrds, in which their mem- i^nn 11 LIS take great pride, have been per- It. approved and sent to the House.! palliated through history, tradition a bill, spcinsbred by San. Millara E. I and in some "cases through the Box Office Opens at 1:0(1 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Optns Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday- - | ' . No passes honored oh Snhday a« Ihe Koxy Pryor and daughter From Adams' RECORD BAR 34.60; 350 Ibs 22.75; Intc Under-1 Pn - wllcre Mr -. ? cndn f. 1 5 so " llas lone on nil wcisht.s osier. 130 to 1 ce P tctl n position with the Pood ISO Ibs 23.03-25.50: ICO to 125 Ibs Pair Inc. They have been licre will 2200-2453; .sows 50c .to SI liierhcr. ! hcr Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgi 450-lb-, down, largely, 19.SO-20.50: jMiilr, and family. n few 21.03. l Mr - nn< ^ Mrs. Aubrey Conwnj Cattle 3.7CO: ss'able 1,200: calves nre spending HID summer in Santa 000 K-'l salable. Market extremely Monica, Calif., at the Del Ma I slow. No quotable nction on ste.crj, Ueach Club They plan to return ' heifer or bulls. Few cows weak to home in early September. * * * 15Cc lower (.hl'iiv ^Thursday's low Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mr. mi, New Mexico cotton seed will be j close; vcalcrs 50c .'ower. Several Mrs. George Muir and Mrs. P. D included Inn test plot of the Texas I lot-s cavmer and cutter cows 1D.M- Underwood spent todny in Recto experiment station this year. 12.T5. as cuests of Mr. and Mrs Mntr William Hntfield. Grace Moore — Ciribiribin Allen Jones— 1 Love You Truly Jan Peerce — O Sole Mio Jose Iturbi— Allegro Appassionato, , Op. 10 Leopold Stokowski— Clalr De Ume Nelson Eddy— Rose-Marie John McCormack— Mother Machrce John McCormack — The Rose of Tralee NBC Symphony Orchestra— Rach- maninoff Concerto No. 2 Philadelphia Orchestra— Tsclmikow- sky Symphony No. 6 Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra- Music of Jbha'nn Strauss NBC Symphony Orchestra— Concerto No. 2 in F Minor Victor Symphony" Orchestra— The - Heart of the Symphony Belallaazar's Feast— Liverpool Phil bumonic' Orchestra Alexander IQpnis — Boris Godounolf RECORDS *PAMS APPLIANCE Co. -• w» Saturday Special 22x40 Reg. 59c CANNON TOWELS 39cea. BEN FRANKLIN •Eprir •Mrs. -Pr.ul :Mclba. Miss Jessie Glenn -Tomlin - aiid Jiss Rinlly Wixson left today fnr Washington, D. C.. where, tiiey will e iiucstb of Miss Wixson'r, cousin, VHltain J. McKay,- and Mrs. McCay. They also will visit Jerome S. fcKay ol Blythevllle, who is in Vashinglon for n brief time after cturuin^ from Cuba, and another of s Wixson's cousins, Rnymer Peers. Before returning home, they ,'ill go to New York City and will isit friends in Wilmington, Del. Mr. ami krrs. Jerry Cohen will nake Uu'ir home the remainder of he Summer in Paris. Ark., wherc Cohen Construction Company lias .ontractcd to build a levee. Th=y >lan to return to tlieir Blythevllle ionic this Pall. Tydings, D., Md., to authorize thei cnvryinfi of Civil War battle stream--! n\ ml states. 1 of battle steamers by their Guaranteed Watch Repair Prompt Last Time Today rcurrent with- Robert .Taylor and Tuid. .Kutharine .Hpnbtirn Saturday DEAN service Expert Workmanship Let Our Experts keep your witlcli running accurately and smoothly . . . your satisfaction guaranteed! Fltzpelriek Jewelry Store If takes only '•'> ininuics (o open an account Serial "Chick Carter" No. 10 nml Siiort CoiiI'll Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Contintnins Shows Every Day BOT Office Opens J :45 Slmw Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. Fox News & Selected Short Conlinuuus Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 Last Time Today PURSUED wfth Tcrcsu Wriglil niifl Itolicrt IMitchuin Paramount News nnrf Slinrts Continuous Slioivitn^ Kveryilay Saturday STftRRETT-BUfiNETTE Serial "Jnck Armstrong" No. 6 ;iiid Short Cont'd Shows Sal. 12:30 to 11:30 DINE IN COMFORT and GWMFUYNNBARI] w^h VIIOINIA KUITON Continuous .Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 Hotel Noble Coffee Shop Featured Sunday Dinner $1.25 Grapefruit Juice Cold Consomme Cream of Chicken Soup Apple Juice Breaded Veal Cutlet, Tomato Sauce Chicen Chop Suey, Buttered Rice Golden Omelette with Ham Baked Potato Whole Grain Corn . Knalih Peas Diced Carrots Green Salad Hot Dinner Rolfs Hot Muffins Apple Pie Grapenut Puddina Sherbet Jellq I™ Cream Coffee or Tea

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