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FCttt BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ^Society |>hoiie Wedding Stamp Luncheon Compliments Pandoria Whitworth Miss Pandorla Wlillwoi-lh, whose marriage lo Jack Cloyton Owen will be *olemnlzed Sunday nriernoon at First Methodist Church, was complimented Saturday afLcrnoon with i luncheon at Hotel Poabody in Memphis. Hostesses Jor the luncncun were MM. Frank A. Owen Sr., Mrs. Frank A. Owen Jr., Miss Huth Owen and Miss Ted Owen. The table, overlaid with a white cloth, held an all white centerpiece of carnations and button chrysanthe_ mums. The guest-of-honor's place was marked with a gift and a corsage of while shattered carnations. She wore for the occasion a black one piece crepe dress with black accessories. Guests who attended from Biythc- vllle were Mrs. J. W. Wlillworth, Miss Eutopla Whltworth and Mrs. T. I. Seas'. Brunch Party Honors Miss Shirley Barham Mrs. Dale s. Briscs and Mrs. c. v \ Playlet to Be Presented Scbaugh were hostesses Saturday j Tonight at City Hall morning at the Brig^s homo with a • J ' brunch honoring Miss Shirley Barham, bride-elect ot House Harp. Ths three-course breakfast was lerved from small tables centered with bouquets til white pom pon chrysanthemums. The dining table. draped with a lace cloth, was ccn Bits of News Mr. nnd MIT. Ernest George and children and Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Faulkner of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. Glc:'. Kemper of Cedar Rapids, Iowa .were the weekend guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. George. Mr. and Mrs. I-'anlkner will remain for the 'I'tirtnkspK'inK holidays. Mrs. Fisk Miles and daughter, Sally, returned to their home in I Chicago. Here Is the snrci.il four-cent postage, stamp which the Cana- today after visiting parents. Mr. and Mrs. C, . Ramey. for a week. They were motored lo Memphis by Mrs. Ramey and Mrs. H. N. Swcnrengen Jr. v ernon Daws returned riian Rovp-rnmcnt Issued in Otta- j hc " ne *" ( '' 1 s l'c»dlng two weeks us guest of his aunt. Mrs. S. K. Gar- retl nnd family, in Ciurdon, Ark. A. I-'. Dietrich of United Insurance Agency, returned Saturday night alter a I hire day busings trip i to Little llork where he attended j the Governor's Fire Prevention Con- w:i lo commemorate Princess Elizabeth's wedding lo LI. Philip Mountbalten. tered with nn arrangement of fruit and the home was decorated with bouquet*, of chrysanthemums and Autum le>». A white aatin bow and silver wed- M. C. A. ding bells were placet! on the door countries. »nd th« place cards were attached to white net bags of rice. The guest of honor was presented with A gift from the hostesses. Wedding Is Announced of Miss Elveda Hinks ference nt which Gov. Den Lnney war. speaker, lie nlso attended the Hoard nf Directors ol United fn- sin ante Agencies meeting. Mr. ami Mrs. Robert James Jonlz and son of Memphis spent the week„,..,.. i "id here with his parents, Mr. find Tonight Is for adults nnd lues- -. Mrs .1 M Jontz day night will be for students ol I Mrs/Cnr! Evans and son of Mem- "Hawaiian 1'arartise Nile." n piny- let sponsored by the Senior Trl-Hi' Y. will be presented tonight at the City Hall. | with Coming Events Social Calendar Tur«dlj \A NIICVR—Mm, Mclvin JlaJseli 'J'ri-Town—Mrs, Dale S. liilKcit Tuesday midge Club—Mrs. w o HlKgtmon umu A\v,\\\ Mrs, H. a. Part: ., Miss Jane McLeod entertaining parly honoring Miss I'm,, dnrla Whltworlh, bride-elect of .Jarx Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr., Mrs. K M Terry Jr.. Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. A. R. Wctcnkanij) entertaining with a luncheon at the VVel- cnkamp home at, 12 noon honorhi" Miss Shirley Bnrhnin, brldc-elccl, Wednesday Tuwn and Country—Mrs. Cornelius Modinger. Chapter D. of P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. W. c. Gates ami Mrs. W. J. Robbing at the Rob }>•»•: home nt Stccle, Mo., nt 1 p.m. . Alpha Alpha Charter of Hem Sigma Phi having Thanksgiving Dance at ]Intel Noble. Thursday Cotillion Club having tea lUmcc at the Hotel Noble lie:;-. * to 10 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. rveeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles lilttncr, Mr. and Mrs. Farrls McCalla and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Craln will be hosts nnd hostess. Friday Mrs. Gus Ebcrdi, Mrs. W. Cobb and Miss Ethel Ebcrtlt MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1047 Tremors Cause Area in Montana Alarm Over Wide liU'-lTE, Mont., Nov. 24. (UP) — Only minor damage was reported today in the aftermath of an. earthquake that gave Montana Its strongest jolt In 12 years. The shock rumbled across Western and Central Montana at 2:40 a.m. yesterday, awakening thousands ot persons. Many fled their homes In fear thai the disastrous 1035 trembler that caused widespread destruction in Helena would be repeated. The quako was felt at linttc, HalnwUin, Livingston and Idaho Falls. Telephone switchboards, were flooded with calls from people seeking information. Damage apparently was confined to cracked plaster, a few broken dishes and window rattles Guatemalan Planei r/)e ' fs ° Sentences tor Five Men tertalning with mcnttiiK Miss brido-clcct. high school and junior high. Pnrt of the proceeds ol the play ! Mr. will go to the World Youth Fund", which enables the rebuilding of Y. spent the weekend here with and Mrs. u. W. Miillins nnd buildings in war torn Former Manila Man Dies Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Hinks of Dell announce the marriaRB of their daughter. Miss Elveda. Hinks to G. T. Richardson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Richardson of Clear Lake. The ceremony was solemnised Thursday, Nov. 20, at Osceola. The bride wore a dre.ss of grey plaid, trimmed in gold. Attendants were Mrs. E. E. M.ir- row, sijler of the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hcllin. • • * Birthday Party Honors Little Roberta Brown Roberta Brown, two year old daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brown, was complimented Saturday with a birthday party at the home of Mrs. Jake Huffman. The II guests played various children's games during the afternoon, heard children's records and colored in coloring books. Emily Huffman and Patricia Rnvl- «ton sang a duet during the aftor- noon and favors were presented. Th« home was decorated with baby white chrysanthemums and pink rosebuds, and the hostess served refreshments. • • • Mrs. Boyd Honored iWith Birthday Supper Mr. »nd Mri. 6. D McGce en- tarUlrwd with a birthday supper la»t irwk »t their home honoring Mr*. Vernon Boyd. G*me» were played by the 1 fMrti following th« venison supper. Mrs. Callie Kabbs of Forrest cits and Mr. and Mrs. Quinton McGce and daughter of Caruthersville Mo., were out-of-town guests. Carn'sva! fo Ss Held At Cooter School Miss Jane Cooper, senior; Miss Jean Chandler, Junior; Miss Norma Wagstcr, sophomore; and Miss Shirley. Thomas, freshman; are candidates for Carnival Queen at Cooler High School. he carnival, an annual affair, will be held tomorrow night, with proceeds to be used to buy a piano for the school and equipment lor the basketball squads. Attendants for Ihc candidates arc Bobby Joe Dennis. Steve Wilson Jimmy McClure and Larry Rclrt. The public is invited "to attend. Many Attend Funeral From Ouf-OMown Out of town people here for funeral yesterday afternoon JONIiSIiOKO. Ark., Nov. 2'i (UP) —Funeral services will be held at the Red church near casli tills afternoon for John W. King. 75- year old former Manila man. Hn died at aish, near licrc, Friday night. Surviving are nnd and nnrd icrs. sons', Clarence. Mclvin of Manila. Johnnie Slacy of Caraway and Conand Uvo daugh- Zuppi? of St. nf Detroit; Mrs. BCOTI and Mis. . Gladys nail of lainily. Mr. and Mrs. n. A. Berryinan «net family spent yesterday in Carnth- ersvillc as guest.s of Mr .nnd Mrs. Howard Graham. Mrs. Taylor Scagraves ol Daylona Beach, Pla., lui.s arrived for a visit with her son, Kdward Soagravcs and lainily at their home at Hightower. She will be with the Seagravrs children while their parents »rc In Rochester, Minn., where Mr. Sea- Rravcs Ls gcing lor a consilllatioil with liis specialist Hi-Mayo Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Seagram will leave tomorrow for Rochester. Corp. Arthur Lee Connor ol Camp Hood. Tex., arrived yesterday afternoon lo be with his wile and infant danchthcr for several days. D. en- a party compll- Shirlcy Barham, Mrs. Cornelius Schercr entertaining C. B. C. Club at her home. Saliiiilay Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Mrs, .1, C. Ellis Sr., Mrs. George W. Barham and Mrs. W. R. Campbell entertaining with a ie:i-sliowcr from 3 to 5 p.m. at Ihc Womans Club honoring Miss Eugenia Crawford, bride-clccl oj Jack Hale. Sunday Miss Pandoria \Vhitworlh will become the bride of Jack Owen in n ceremony at First Methodist Churcii at 4 p.m. Al The Hospitals KI.YTIIKVII.M: nosriTAi, Mrs H. H. Humble, Dyess. Jackie l.croy Mnrllii. Stccle, Mo \VAU,S HOSPITAL Distni^scd: Mrs. Cienipc Turnhow, Rt. 3 Mrs. w. A. Stegiill, city. Mrs. J. w. SlnlliriKs and baby, ill. 2, city. Mrs. Lewis Lopnz nnd baby, Mrs. R. M. Joliff. Manila. Mrs. L. n. Loslrr. Holland, H. J Bond. Cooler. Mo. Mrs. O. E. Moon- and u:ibv city. MKTimm.ST IIOSIMTAI,, Memphis Births: Bnrn to Mr. and Mrs. c. Pelts, Joiner, a son. Mrs. N. J. Ncwby and Mrs. Pride Brown of Holly Grove left today after spending a week wi'.h their sister. Mrs. R. L. Wade, Mr. Wade and family. Mrs. Callie. Hobbs of Forrest. City! FOOTBALL: has returned home after spending j .Senior High two weeks as guest of Mr. and Mrs.'i City—There. S. D. McGhec and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Jcflrics left yesterday morning In spend 10 days with friends in Greenville, s. C. • They will slop In Chattanooga. |Tenn.,'nnd Ashcvllle, N. C., en route. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Wecdman and city, i children spent the weekend In Par| asoiild as guests of Mrs. Wccdman's Mrs. Bob Chllris. and Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce — 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club—12:, Junior High P.T.A. Executive Bo.-.ni—2:30 p.m. lollowcd by P.T.A. —3:00 p.m. American legion—7:30 p.m. Wednesdur Kiwanis Club—12:10 p.m. Lange P.T.A. Executive Board-— 2:30 p.m. folbwed by P.T.A.—o 00 p.tn FOOTBALL: Junior High Paps vs Bcllcvuc— Here. ' Thursday Rotary Club -12:10 p.m. Chicks vs Forrest W. Airport News Airport Manager Ernest Kal.scll said today that the Fly-Inn, the nir- port restaurnni, will be moved to another building nnd that the transfer may be completed by Thank.s- BiviiiK Day. iN'ovv located ;n the lorincr civilian mess hall, it will be mnvcd to the lormer parachute building imme- Jcsse H. Goad. \Oio died at tiic home of his daughter in Hcrmosa Beach Calif., Thursday morning were, Mrs. joe Crnip and Mrs. Jn'nn Hcarn. his daughters of ller- mosa Beach. Calif., Mrs. John Blylhe. of UeWltt. Ark, Mrs. c J. plectwood, Mr. and Mra. Seal Ma.sscy and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hardin of Memphis, and Rev. W. Self o! Luxora. Mo. j sisters. Mrs. Bob Chllris. and Mr. Childs and Mrs. Carl Anderson nnd Mr. Anderson. Mrs. W. G. Kiebler or Enid, Okla., returned to her home this afternoon after spending two weeks as guest of her sister. Mrs. W. P. Brewer and Dr. Brewer. En route home she will stop in Dallas, Tc.\.. to spend the ThanksBlving holidays. Mrs. B. B. Aiken had as her <vcck- I end guests. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Pollard and. Mrs. Paul Scurlock and son. Jerry, all of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs L. Guard had ns their weekend guests Mrs. Guard's sisters. Mrs. Karl Brannon and daughter. Betty Lou of Hatris- IHUK, III.. Mrs. Ted Lewis of Washington, D. C., Mrs. Gertrude Warford ol El Dorado. Ill, and Mrs. Gcorne L. Hale and daughter. Mrs. the Charles Sikeston, Armstrong Mo. nnd son of Osceola Events Tuesday Rotary Club — M.isonlr. 12:10 -p.m. ' - Wetintsda.v Hall, Progrcsslvc Club Food Sale— Candidate for Mayor MORRII/TON, Ark., Nov. 24. i UP) — phll Loli in, Morrillon lawyer and World War II veteran, has entered the race for mayor of Morrillon. He will b» opposed by Mayor J. W. Hohnslon. who Is seeking a second term. Joncsboro Murder Case Set for Trial Dec. J5 JONESBORO, Ark., Nov. 24 (UPl Walter Montague, Jotic.sboio business-man charged with killing a Negro employee; last, Sept. 21. will KO on trial In Cralphcad Circuit Court. Dec. 1.1. His brother. Byrnis and his sister. Gladys Montague, are scheduled for trial as accessories to murder. Montasuc allegedly shot and killed Ralp,h Donaldson alter his brother and sister brought the 30- year-old Negro to their place ol business in Joncsboro, Lost in Fog Lands Via Radar System MEMPHIS. Tenn., Nov. 24. (UP)— Ten occupants of a Guatemalan Army Air Force plane Rave thanks today to the Navy's noMly installed radar ground control approach unit which brought them to a sale landing in the fox. The plane- led Washington at noon yesterday for San Antonio, Tex., on the first leg of a return llight to Guatemala City. Pilot M ij. M. A. Ponclano became lost. When the plane finally landed at the Milllngton Air Station hero Ihe'nlaiie had 15 minutes of fuel. LI. Cmdr. T. L, LaPortc, of New i Orleans and his ground operators picked up the plane over West Memphis, Ark., giving the pilot instructions, salcly talking him down to a perfect landing. The landing was the first use. of the Navy's GCA in the MidSoutli. The GCA uses a radar principle to locate the airplane In flight and then uses a radio operator on the ground to give verbal instructions. The plane, a DC-3 carrying eight Air Force officers nnd two Guatemalan civilians on a government mission, was expected to resume Its flight later today. Stassen Formally Enters Bid for GOP Nomination MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 24 (UP! —Harold E. Stassen, one of three announced aspirants for the. Republican presidential nomination, will formally open Ills rampaiuii tonight with a bid lor Wisconsin's 27 votes in the national GOP convention. Stassen will launch his official campaign at a party rally. The former governor of Mlnne- JONESI3OHO. Ark. Nov. 2(. (UP) —Harry Brewer, 31-year-old Jonesboro business man, was preparing nn appeal to Arkansas Supreme Court today after being found Ruilty of receiving stolen property in Craighead County Circuit Court. He was sentenced to on e year in j Prison. j At the same time Judge ^a! i Harrison sentenced four truck I drivers to one-ycar-lerms on a i charge of stealing casltc penetrating oil and delivering it to Brewer. Tile drivers were: Chester L. Harden, 27, of Texarkana: Arthur j Franklin Simpson, 23. Herbert Purvis Smith. 23, nnd Ellis Wilson, 40 ' Flying Ilcglns at 06 . . t'HKKK, .Mich. (UP) — Hying began at t>6 lor Guy E. Rus- seil. Bored by his two-year retirement from his Job of mnking cereals. Rm.soll joined the Battle Creek Flying Club and won his license. His next job is to persuade, his wile to fly with him, he says. GETTING UP NIGHTS GETTING YOU DOWN? nil of Joncsboro. They wc-rc cliarscd with steal- lug i:a.site hi cas c lots and delivering it lo Brewer's auto parU Ilrm. ninor luncti;-n«l i fanioui do^r>r sola said he selected Wisconsin tor his campaign opening because It Is ihe firM aincms; larRcr nnd more rcprc.srntativt! slates to hold a preferential presidential vote, The Wisconsin primaries will be held April G. Relief At Last ForYourCough Creormilsion rclirvcs promptly because it poe.s right to Ihc sent of thi trouble to help loosen and cxpc ^'erni laden phlegm, and aid natUTi lo soothe nnrl heal raw, tender, in flRmed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell yoi a bottle of Ci'ooinulsion with the un licrslanding you must lit:e ttie way i» quickly allays the cough or you arc to have your inonev back. CREOMULS1ON For Coughs, Chest Colds, BronciiiH Read Courier News Want Ads. NEURALGIA < more rjulckly rr rllrf cf nn;TA]j;l i ft rid I .mm.. I ',<-,' to I c,l. / riiately West nt Hangar Nrv. 2. The move is being made because the future location is a larsc-r and more modern building. Mr. Halseil sairl. The former parachute building lias a concrete floor and is stcam- Heatrd. lie said. By moving, the Fly-Inn will be. able to accommodate Mlssco Implement Co., 9:30 a.m. Sunday School Lesson—First Baptist Church, 7:00 p.m. Bible and Prayer Service- First Baptist Church. 7:30 p.m. Thursday Union Thanksgiving Services— First Baptist Church, 9:00 a.m. Osceola Seminoles vs. Marked Trre—ni Marked Tree, '2:00 p.m. Kiwanis Club—Elementary School 7:00 p.m. Benefit Dance sponsored by Junior chamber of Commerce. Community House. 10:00 p.m. approximately 12r> persons. A private party room also will be opened. The restaurant will provide an catillB place lor workers at lactories located at the air base as well as Ilicrs and airport personnel. Through the noon hour. Mr. Halsell said, meals will be served cafeteria style, 't'lie restaurant hours will be from 9 a.m. until midnight. The Fly-Inn is co-owned by Mrs. Marie Kohvyck and Roy Halscll. The Hood Flylnp Service office at Blythcvillc Municipal Airport is now located in a larger building moved last week from another section of the former Army air base. The new office is nearly (our times as lar^e as the former Inilld- inj; it occupied. Thn old building was moved to make room lor the larger one, which was formerly located near the base chapel. Hicks Yarbrough, co-owner of the flying service, said yesterday that the new office building Is | slated to undergo some repairs and j repainting. I As a "reason" for acquiring tlio larger buildlne, Mr. Yarbrough said the old office was getting much too smnll to accommodate the incrcase- ingly large number of shut-tails tacked to Its walls. The shirt-tail remnants are those clipped from shirts of flying students following I heir first solo flight In accordance with an aviation custom. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sudbury and W. I. (Sonny) Osborne Jr. flew to Little Rock Thursday for the Blythc- vtllc-Littlo Rock football game" that night. Ernest Halsell also made the trip In his Cessna. Lee Richardson. A. and E. mechanic for Hood Plying Service, and Jesse Gardner made a cross-coun- Iry hop to Little Rock in a Cessna Friday. Transient, pilots landing here during the past week Included, .lari: Mitzncr of Jackson, Tenn., In BT- 15. Oscar R. Koehler ol Lanstnsj, Mich., in n Piper Cruiser; and Arnold Jones of Cooler, Mo. Moss Bryan is now liquid CAPUDINE i until Christmas Credit it Fr«» at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES It tatow »«Jy I Mlnntn to Open ;• » Chhirft Acccant ' l.rt a Varlory fraii.nl K-vpcrl do Ihc Jnh for you a.< It should h* done — all vvnrk unrrmrtltlnnallr Hiaranttert. DHEIFLS i Rain - Sleet - or Snow! i HE WASHERETTE Is mm- equipped to jfivc you bad weather service. \\'c nave nisi installed a hip commercial hoi air tumbler :liyer thai will completely dry up to three Reiuiix loads of clothes ready to iron in approximately thirty minutes, and the cost is only 20c. That's all you pay —one machine load or three. Just 20? liiilirs. your entire week's laundry run now be washed, dried ;uu! ready K. iron all in oi-e day Rain or Shine! THE WASHERETTE Automatic Self-Scrvict Laundry Phone 966 Main at Division Displaying Christmas Gift Wrapping Paper, Seals, and Ribbons in Riotous Yulctidc Colors THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Give Your Portrait, It's the Lasting V/ay to Say . . . MERRY CHRISTMAS! (Jive a portrait of yourself its the most intimate of persona! gifts. Plan now lo malic sure you'll be ready in time. I'hono us for a silfinjr before the rush starts'. We specialize in child photos . . . norlvaits made only by appointment. Ask about our gift certificates. CULLISON PHOTOGRAPHER Glcncoo Hole! l:!77 UXIJLTTT TTI r WHEN NOTHING BUT THE BEST WILL DO... From PAT O'BRYANT You'IE lie so proud in your choice, 30 completely happy with your diamond purchased hcic. Our reputation as "Quality Jewelers" is your guarantee. Other Diamond Rings up to $500 BUDGET TERMS ARRANGED Pat O'Bryant JEWELER Main at Second Phone 3261 • Here's Rond ntwi tor you /o)k» bava to &ct up at night to pa» water, backaclip, too, because of minor functi; kidney divordi'ii. Three Renetatioiu 0^ developed A incdicinu for lliii vary ttouble. Now millions liave uiid it, often with • maiintly fut, effective r«iulti.Th« mxll- CLIIB it Dr. Kilmer'j Swamp-Root, mad* of J& hetbi, roots, vegetable!, and b«l- latns — truly natuie's •jwn way to relief. Instantly you lake it, it starts to work AushiiiK ovil kidneys . • • incteajei th* flow of urine, hclpitiR lo relieve «jicen neidity ... to ii/ilalrd bladder R»t» • good flushinK our, too. Caution: TnV* M directed. You'll say it'i marveloui. For free Itial supply, wrile Dept. K, Kilmer fit Co,, Inc., Ror 1255, Stamford, Conn. Or — Ret full-sized bottle of Swamp-Root loday at your dnigitore. No pusses honored un Sunday at Conlriuious Shows Sul. and Sun. Uargaln Night Every Night Except : Continuous Shows *% Kvcry Hay Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 1 LISTEN TO KLCN ! 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. J the fioxy j Last Time Tofla That Hagan Girl wllh Shirley Temple and Ronald Reagan Paramount News, Also Shorta Contiguous Showing Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday Alexanders-i Ragtime Ba 1 Also Short Subjectn Continuous Showing Every J>ay ••^•^•^^•••••^•^••^•i l*;ir.inj<jnnt Nnws :uifl 3Hnr Continuous Showing 1 • 1 ^ nm-.lT-nf\ nwi y^uiiiniuu u> ouuwJiig 1:15 p.TTK-H:QO p.m- Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Uist Time Today My Reputation ivifh Rnrh;ir:i. Slainvyck Rnd Oeorse JJrcnl Fox News * Selected Sbort Subject Tuestlav and AVednesday IIOURr.i: FF.ATUKE CRIME IS HIS PASTIME! SIDNEY , TOLER CHARGE Ghost Goes Wild ivilh ,l;imcs Ellison and Ann Gwynn Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday nntl Simclnjr Last Frontier Uprising with Monic Ifnln .-vntl Short j Cnnl'd Shows Sat. J2:30 to 11:30 i Conl. Slionin? 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