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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 23, 1947
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'CAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY '23, 11)17 (9 c 4 <boc4e£^ tuilv Wixson, Society 'Editor 9 Phone 461 ISfiss Stevens Honors, iMiss Maudie Modingev To Reside in Chicago Bits of News Pe*4a.Hal Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Kellon Francis. Mrs. Jesse Cithi ni'*l Mrs. John liolniiin will be hostesses ill Mrs. FrniitlY homo with :\ party for the I'hr- bcitn Kuiuluy School Class ol Die Mi-si li;i)itist Church. Mrs. •! Pan-is McOalla ami Mrs. Mrs. C. O. Whocr nncl daiiEhlcr, T.isul Nieol will ho hostesses with */J \<f fh ^ cf ni i crciis parties to |fc« Riven foi \f bride tied uvan of New Orleans, was given I loft nlgM, \\ien 'MU3 •-Mar-Ju Irfanccs Sevens cntei:ain:d with |R*bunco pailj nt her home in Difll. £ svens \as r.Fs.sted by hfr • Mrs. J. M. Stevens.'-...--. 'Hiuhi"" robins .vere de"0- I rated ''with bouquets cf ere;:;; O»;>TI ilk dahl'as WKCS gladioli and olh- I ci. Summer a\\ >r> 1 Tne iio^ tables were, centered I \s»Th VW s of 1- ik psriwiKkle.aiul j thfc" bride-elect's (Hole had ris' a fceJyerpKCC a bcuo.ut.'. of white Irenes Hei p i 2 marked wi'.h « 1 nove'ty \ass of \hile periwinkle. . jiV, t!ic e^nics which were pluy- I e<l M , Puaolph Vrski \vou hifih and MIS.S j-'jcpnii e Shibley rei-eiv- | cdvbuncd. The hostess presented Miss Mo;l- ii»er \ ith i clunn scrvlnss dish. Odiss Jiccuieline -D'Jlhno. of 'Nov.' 1 Orleans, housegucsl of Mr. ;i»<t i Sirs. Cornelius Mcdinger was o'.it• <jf-lc\n guest Also present were •the! bride - elect's mother nnd Miridnothu Mil Cornelius Mod- ir.°or and Mi.J. Joseph Hodgson, Paily Compliments Out of Town Gue'sts Mrs. Hoy nc Mradie Mcclth- AVilS before llOT of Peter J?;iies junvriago July CHh, Doi- Pelly, • of Mrs. o I h y Mr. and. R S. Petty of Canillici'sville, Mo. -Tlui 111:11- \vns sol- l' :>t tho M e t h o <l i s t C hu re h. Mr. a n <) M r H. Mich io will reside in Chicago w h i I e t In-. : o 111 plot i n s? work on his Ki'CP ill I'll 1 -! noss Aihnuii trillion a nd Personnel at the Univoi >iU 'of Chicago Mrs. W. M.:.WIllinms and Mrs. C. S.' Steven's entertniued yesterday nt the Williims home with an infor- YWA I mM rnoinmi, pirly in coinpHniciit to Mrs. P. A. Stacy, of' Grenada. Miss... Mrs. C. C. Stacy, 'of Water Valley. Miss., and Mrs II. F. Collins, of Memphis, houseguests of Mrs. E. F. Fry. Mrs. Fry's guest'; returned to their homes yesterday. Roses.' gladioli, and other mixed Summer flowers decorated entertaining rooms, where iced' drinks arid party foods were served to thr 25 guests present. • During their stay here the quests of"honor have been entertained nt several other parties, including an informal bridge party given by their hostess. Club Eight Meets NH/ith Mrs. Langston '.tilctlainecl . At Miss -Elkin's Home Miss Mary Ionise KIkms was hos- I less Insl night to Curviiry liaptlsl Young Women's Auxiliary al her hoiuc! In addition to U members present was a gn?sl, Miss Bonnie Sue Bivens of Dyersburg, Tenn.. tiouseguc'Sl of Miss rtamoim f.'nB- land. ••UhhnV was the subject, of the window program icd by Miss Lu- clnrta Cole. Members relumed lo the church for business session when n . party for Aupusl 20 was planned.' ' " Refreshments wore served nl Ihe . church. Baggett Installs OM'cers at Harrishurg Miss Jcumilnv Schcrcv, spent Monday in Jackson, Trim., on business. Mr. find Mrs .1 M. Williams have us tlieir hoiisi'Biicsl.s Mrs. Williams niece, Mrs. A. N.. Cf.mpnny. Jr., and diuiKhU-r, Kay, of Shelby. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. W. A- Norirmn and son, Wallace, and daughter, Miss Jran Norinrni are in Jcffcr.soi), Ohio, vi.sitlnu another ildUBhler, Mrs. Elmo Kink nnd Mr. Fink. Judge and Mrs. Zal n. Harrison nrc spemllni; ill!- wei-k :il Norfolk Lake and Dam. Mrs, Kugen'.' White and Mrs. Turona Uutfalo of Memphis arc uncsls for a few days of Mr. mul Mrs. Ci. V. onws and family. nick Wilson has returned to Ai'Kan:;;is State College whore he is si sludenl after spcndlnc .several ilay.s here with his mother, Mrs. n. 11. Wil.son. John uruce Wil.son hsi'i left for California where lie will «pend two weeks viu-iilion. He motored throujih will) friends from .lonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. II. .!. Morris hnve ri'lmncd from IMrmlnghnm and Mobile, Ala., where they ;,penl Ihrce ami a hall weeks. Dale Calvin Parish, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gi'orne Parish, velnrned yc.slerduy from St. Uernard's Hos- ]>ilal in Joti'-'sboro \vh(M'(? he nnder- \vcnl :i minor operalion I' l i'iday. His condition is satisfactory. Mrs. nnd Mrs. Oewey Shcppard ami daughters. Ilonnle and Vnlllma, have returned from Paris, Ky., wlH'i'i' they visited Mr. Shcppard's Brother. H. O. Slii'Dpnrd anil Mrs .Shepunrd. , Mr. mill Mis. .lames Shaw ol Chicago are hGiisri',nesls of Mi', am Mrs: C. li. Kdt U. 1'i. Purvis has returned home 1 from Mayo's Clinic, Rochester Minn., where he underwent frcal- inenl. luncheon at McC-illa liome to compliment Miss Little. Mrs. Richard Pilchard hostess lo Jolly KiBhl Cluh. KiilDAY Mr:;. I,con Hchercr hostess to CRC Club. Dissert bridge \vill lie given U) Mr::. JWntord liooue and Mis Frances ML'Haney al the home of British Trying To Bargain With Russians I.CNDON* July 13. (UP) A hl'ili (jovcrnnjsnl so.urcc .sjiil tcc'ay that i Hritislr ecoiionilc 'mission in Mo;- ccw had ca'Jcrt. v;c:'d that. A!>-.1'>Soviet trade talks liad taken .1 tBU (.urn and 'MHhou"h o. brcak- Mi:.s MeHaney's parents Little. Misr dcwn is not ; pcrtsiin, we imr prepared 'for it." " 'Hero'.d: WiK#i, chief of Drilish negotiators, notified to Purse Grabber Trapped And Held Securely by Alert Woman Shopper PHILADELPHIA, July 23. (UP) — John Turro, 54, Baltimore, pleaded not guilty to charges of purse snatching in conn yesterday, lint a jury convicted him. DeU'clivc E. Coffee told flic jury, that Turro's hand was still caught in the handbag when he answered a woman's call for help. She had snapped the bag shut on the thief's hand and held tleht. , Turro was sentenced to 18 months in prison. Two Convicts Escape CURROLTON, O.I., JUiy 23. (UP) —Two long-term convicts, one serv- a life sentence wore <?'. urge tcday after cs:,. pins frc:n Ihc Orro'l Cc'.snty prison cr.'iil). They .lole an aiiLc:nohile Ircin a church \ard. The ccnvictii were identified us Fred Shc:r.a!;e and EHon Clyrk. G;orgVi liiithc-rities '.\sked neigh- ;rinp stale? lo be on the alert Jc.r Ihe escapees. Board -of Trade t'.:e t;:>dc Livestock fjT. LOUIS NATION'AL STCC'K- Y-ARUS, .luly 23. (UP)---(USDAl — Livc.'.icck: Ho-js 0.030: vaiablc'C.S05; gener- td'.y : U :i<Jy with Tuesday's averse cji r'l classes. Top, however, 2Sc tower :•'. S2V.CO; tn!^ .;.;ood ami ,-Jyii-c ITil to ' 240 Vos i'G.50-27.00; ?S; lo i70 It;, i23.7i5-S6.:'5: "K to :'CO !.:: '24 2.1-.23.25; j'.r.all k'. heavies S2.CO-24.0J; !3!1 U) 150 H)S 24.75-28 2 >; ICO in 120 l::s P1.75-240D; bos', ]l|-ht sews aC.50-21.CO; bi.k 350 to 4ri1 Ibs 1V-0-2H50. I C'Uli- 5SGO; <:alab'.e 3,5'M; ca!v,".' ail salable; fianyhter steer.; heifers opened fully steady ) a few S'.i'.rs; LOW, fuils' -'U-ndv i:>> 'Hi,::! 'iioro- -aetivo than yes- crdny. Hulls, sttady; vealers f.l ow'jr. Fe\v leads yood Dicers 27.0^7.75: frv; leer's choice I'D 50-3001; e'A' yo' cl and choivc mixed yeav- i:v i 25 00-28.03: nali'inrn nntl mc- iu-i: o.-ef ccw-; 13 (T.-15 TiO; cjnnors mi ciillers a.SO-12.51). -talks appeared to be on the vcr?e rf I allure. . . • I ,Iies]:cn;iblc ^:7',tr;:es believed thai | tile tliroatei'.ed coilai.vx of ll>« ne- "r'iatirjnsr oU:ii!nEd froin Russia's iv!u' to Join c-lher European c.—.fi'vin i-i layins tlin KI-OUIKI- '.vorl: for :iid from Ax--:- : -i ruderi the- p'an of. KccreU'.ry of State' G:orgc C. M-ji:-:l'all. 1 I 1 - vr;> ii T1 il"" 'ood that Russia Irsislcil -- u |-.ri;c fcr her wheat :'I? , lh(t LJrilisli ri""jrded as hi'th. -jnd cut ;'jf line w'"i iBri- tain's whc:tt e^.rccment v.'ith Can- rjlla. If "ic I- '.-. c:)]];':r.r:d over Jlio i-' *•*•';«:>!.. >L \v.-i ac:-fn'.od -~: a r:-i-.'KWii> coll-lusicil llr.'.-t Rlts- s'a wciild -sell ny (ie.s to Britain. other comiuodi- WOMEN who feel NERVOUS caused by functional 'middle-age 1 ! j:o you suircr from hot flashes,weak, nervous, U - ritable clitmmy ffvHt3i;a— tlu't lo the functional 'middli*-»ye* period peculiar to wo met) (3<J-52 yrs.) VTJitnifOU y'Lyclta K.Plnklnuri'Ji Vfi;i.'iril>1eCompovinU to rcllwvf sucti fiytiipioins! It also liiiK what Doctors call a stomachic tonic clTcctl 1YDIA E. PINKHSM'S VEGETaBl? July Clearance lo/ Discount On AM Lamps GIFT SHOP 10i! East Main Street i COMPOUND Bunking Mrs.' : Chiirles Lnngstoii was hos- teSS to .mehiters of Chili Eight last night at her home atui one rjui'sl, Mrs. Vernon ThoniassOii. During 11)6'games-Mrs. Langslon won high.ajid,Mrs. Paul' Jolie received aecondJ;T-,- c> j '• - ; Roses" and .mixed 'Surtimer .flowers i decorated th's enterfniiViiif; rooms. [ The hostess served/a :;de.«stTi course for refreshments. ; "'. Youth? Have Party At First ivletliodist The Methodst Youth Yellow-ship of,First Methodist Church. wilXhavc a recreation night twice 1 : a,\iVu>nth arid because of this they '.entertained with a p.a'rty .last .night at the church in order to inaugurate their semi-monthly iMsxy iiight. During the evening, games, snf- fiebbard and croquet were played and -Miss Betty Hill led In group singing. Refreshments of party food,ant- Iced 'drinks were served. Marykm White of Moirilton \va: out-of-town guest, nnd Mrs. Allen D.- Stewart and Henry Arnc-y also were guests. Party Had al Btiniett 'I.aVsai niirticU. dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Burnett, entertained seven of her friends with a IninkiilJ party al her home Monda>); night. .{"ollowinc the supper, which was I'rvet! bv (he.hostess and her mother, the ouorts played cards and monopoly. Th? guests remained for n chicken cuiincr Tuesday al. noon. arents of Son Mrs. C. S. Uai!;:c'/. Filth District Frosidenl of Ani?r:can Legion v.\u/:- illprv. offict -ted lust night in IMr- li;.'ilirg nt Ihe :,-LSif.Vl :'.iO)i of :i\ix- illjry cffi:crs of Unit post. Mrs. a::c:i^:anic<l ' Ironi .here b/ Mrs. Eil Cook historian of Arkiir is Mrs. N. ,1. Humphrey j Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Caraway hnve p-ejldenl-ulcet of 'l!ic^ local iinil returned home lo Wichita. Kims v-nci Mvs. Muvin I,:ine prcsidunt sifter visitliii; with their son, T. J hun* | Carnway and Mrs. Caraway n InHalslicH service;; were hell fol- ] family, I^Ir.s. J. O. Sudbnvy and danghlci Miss Tabitha ijiulbury, are in Mem phis today while Miss Sudbury con sully her specialist. Mrs. Henry Humphreys and, Mr Jesse Taylor are spending today 1 Memphis. Mr. anil Mrs. T'red. Bean an du\it;blcrs. Dori.i, Martha Ann an Linda, will leave tomorrow for De cfttnr. 111., where they will spend week's vacation. Miss Ruth Stewart night from University of Arkausn r'avctleville. lo spend a week Jie're with her parents, The Revi'iuVd'Mrs. Allen D. Stewart. The Hev. Mr. Htewiirt liiotorctl to Payellevllle fo: his daiif.hlcr. . . . Donald n.rskin left this morniiu; fur PiVtlucnh. Ky.. where h-: will sjieml 11 fcv/ iluys willi liis si.sler. lowini; an inloraiaf. dinner. M-s, iRaguclt w.iii presenteil gift by tiie .Hnrrls-lnirg Auxiltary. At The Hospitals : HOSPITAL ADMHIVED: C'.lic L5C McAdao. Armoiel. •Mrs. n\vid Cimninijhaiii. C'n- nillinrsviUc. Mo. " • •• • DI '-MISSED: . •'•'' MH. Herbert Mitrhel,, Hte. cilv. : Mrs.' GilfcerL G.Hierres, rj: : n'.' 2,' —A dischartfCil soldier hckl by mili- ary authorlties'for T7 days with no •har^e-: filed a^ainsL him awaited rial by a federal civil court. 1'Yderal .Judgt: Ceorye li. Harri: severely ['ensured the Army foi diim Hymen A. Kronberi;. 19 llrooklyn, N. Y.. for more than twi ntinihs al Hamilton Field. Ciii. Hi was tnkcn into custody for alie Lhelt of t-overnmenl clothinij and n'operty after his honorable dis arjii^ llirce months at;o. "H wovild be mockery' for th Army to try the case against Hi boy." Harris said. spen Mr. and Mrs. f. 1... Ueshnzn, 1705 Hcnrn. arc the parents of :\ son born vcst?rdsiy. at tho llnpllst Hospital in Memphis. -Ho is their lirst child. Mrs. Dcshn?.o is the former Miss N'cllrbyc Thompson. Principal of Langc School Insured in fall Mrs E. E. Hurdin. jniiuip.U of '-•".'.;;? SchcGl t\er^, received a "vaclwcrt v.-rift snd severe "oruisi's 'n a l^i: .v.llfclcd Salu.Vry in M:r;i^b', v.lii're slie w:r; speiidin; I ' u ? v:cckci!:l with her son. >E. K K'rduv Jr.. and l?:i:Uy. She wixs i-jrjvcd iuiniediiitely to Campbell's Clinic, where 'her condition tc'J:" w-. 1 .^ satisE.iL't^ry. Her d3i'7".ilM-, Mrs. Jesse Taylor, v.-rr'. :.i S!c:nplii!i totliy to lu- with '•-r n>.olher. Birn io M". and Mrs. .Ichii ;M. Stevens Jr., Dell, a ion Ibis morning. XVA11.S IIOSI'ITAI, DISMISSED: ,jVyi',- Wayne VinidcrBriff.'Llixorii. Mr 1 :. C. F. Smothers and hahy. M-'Tiila. Mvs. C B. Gnrdon, Lr-.ixrrst. , •Mil ry T-^uhc Morcnu. city. .lud v Mid-'Y'cn. Ht 2. city. JlAl v n«''i' IIOSMTAL, Memphis I"Mlt??EU: Dr. J. M. W.llls. cilv. Mrs. W. ). Dinton. WilrDll. Announcement 'I'tin I'ciniscot Oounly Slnnim: Convention will hold its monthly siniiinu al Uratitt Citv. Mo.. Sunday. July 21. nt the Baptist. Church. Singers from 'rt-nnesser-. Arkansas, nnd Missouri will lie there. The public is invited. 11 was announced. Business Women Meet At Mrs. Rambo's Home The Business Woman's Circle of Calvary Baptist thurch met yes- : .—. tSfdiVy at tile honie of Mrs. James ! /v/ ev/ l.ibertv YWA Rnrhbo for a short business session I ^ ~~ ~ r - t , lf lf arid A missionary program. Besides the 12 members present ' was one guest. Mrs. Henry McCain. Mrs. Beulah Lloyd was program chairman. Mrs. P. H. Jernigun gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Mabel Lunsford had'the Bible study. Others participating on the program were Mrs. Janle Ross. Mrs. J. W. VFW Schedules Meeting Hunt-Lloyd Post 227B of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will boll its weekly inecllni; al 7::iO tonight al the Wctcnkninp Cotton Co. of- 15 t jcnecf Fir-p ! "r Mrs. I.iUher Heyiierson, and faihily. Mr. iinci Mrs. Jiih I-^nyland and family have us their lor :; [e\v tlnvs Mrs. F.n^hind's brother, O. K. Blvcns of Memphis, and her niece. Miss Bonnie Sue Biveiis of Dyersburu. Mr. si ml Mrs. C. W. Gsirriyan and daiifiliter, Miss Gay Garrif;an. an<l i^tiss. Darbara Monatiliau are in Memphis today and loui^hl where they will attend Ihe MOAT production "flit Ihe Deck." Otu'.rlcii illeml.nrstm loft ;odav for Co is. Tcnn., \\hcrc he will spend •*\ \\crk wilji 7ys r.r.indtucthcr. Mrs. C. C\ Henderson. Mr. ami Mrs. W. P. Mi-Daniel ,in:l Mr. and Mis. Doyle Henderson Mill fcave loiiioiTO.v for St. L'liiis. ML. where Ihcy will spend :\\ week's vacation. Contimmus Shows ; '• Every Day ;• Ilox Office Opens 1:45 !', Show !>trir(s 2:00 ; I.TSTF.N .TO KL.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 I:SO p.m. Wednesday Thursday ami Friday 'it's a Wonderful Life" Selected Shorts Continuous Kvery Day Wagnbr, Mrs. Henry Berry and Mrs. Lee Powell. Mrs. Berry prayer. gave the closing Avalon Bunco Club Entertained At Party Guests at BcYill Home Mrs. Shrd Bevill v:as hostess lo 10 members of Iho Vounf; Woman's Auxiliary of thr New Ijb^rly Euplisl Church Moiulay nifjht with a bunking party. Girls attending wore Misses Paye Williams, Norma Chalin. McVer- non Pierce. Wanda Long, Wiirna Fondren. Betty Bevill, Imogene Cam]ibell, N T rtuine Pierre. Stic Ix>ng, 1 and Jimmic Nell MeDou^ld. The cncsls went to Walker Park Tuesday morning for a sunrise breakfasl. (ice. Sort Is Named Federal Judys Takes Army for 1 Trial in Civil Courts SAN FnANClSCO. July ':3. cUPi) The son born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Mnery of Detroit. Mich., ape four. has been named Michael Andrew. Mrs. Muery is the former ; They have one other child, Jer.ell. Helen Chandler of Steelc. Mo. Avalon Bunco Club was enter- , _ tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. t < H. D. Halford. Two guests" other | lhan members were Mrs. Horman : Speck and Mrs. Bill Moreland. High score went to Mrs. Halford and: Mrs. Raymond Shamlin won bunco. Mrs. Hnskell Blankenship) received low. A profusion of Summer flowers were arranged In the eiUertalnhiK rooms. Refreshments of iced drinks and o dessert plate were served. Ihcr nan : ford i won f shii> j i Thcic !i o big d£sr"jn<j (01 < litd liai'n'ng [n ouler^obtl vroik, welding, end aulomo Appiaved far G.1. tracing, learn. Coll m mail ceupcn P. O. .._ _.... -«cV. irst.ol- 3 melon, b^dr llvo elect'lciir. Earn vhilo jou al cn<*. ZELLNER'S - SCHOOk..of MECHANICS IN BOTTLIS AND AT FOUNTAINS •+^ -**r Apti-Cola fjampam(, long Itlond City, N. r. SSitKrrr i '*'prf-C61« >JouiinK Co. 6f niythevill DIAL S362 — 202 W. MflIN . BlytheuiUe, Prknnsns Box Office Opens al 1 :OD p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30; Starts 1:15 Continuous Slinws Hal. nnd San. Bargain Night Ever? Night Eicepl Saturrlay No passes honored on Sunday klic Knxy. Last Time Today DOUBl.r. FKATURE IO6A Sing Your Way Home with Jack Hulcy iiiul Anne Jfffrcys Tluivsday and Friday Some people still li.ive the .strange idc-i that small budgets don't entitle them to good quality ! Nonsense! They're the very people who must have quality. What they buy must give good and satisfactory service. Everything you'find at Penney's is tested lo nuke sure it will give you every dime's worth of value for what you tlut, anil more! ummer-lnto-Fall ol Rayon Also Many Styles at 10.90 Sheer Mack rayons, at llieir misty loveliest, cast dark sliatt- ows over the fashion scene . cool as shade itself. . . completely, charmingly feminine... a new mood, a new look for humid drtys. Destined to heconnj your iiios t l beloved dresses — 'they're always ready to meet your most important plans when the rest of your wardrobe is tired and wilted. So right, now ... so smart for those sudden falls days . . . incjcncnsive at Penney'*! FALL FOOTWEAR $5.5046.75 Selected Short Subject* All the New Glamorous Styles KlattoriiiR designs combined wilh smmith, soft, flexible calf, or patent, makes this new fall line one you can't afford lo miss. Open anil closed Iocs and heels. Sandals, Spectators and Wedges. Low, Medium and (he New Higher Heels.

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