The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 3, 1948
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FAGS FOUft BT,YTHEVIU,K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1948 oce ety 9 Phone 4461 Informal Tea Is Given Honoring Miss Swank ••'Mist Noel El!*n.8»'»rik of Kennett, bride-elect of Robert Arminc I 5 Bits of News Berrynun of Blythevilie »nd St. leuii. was honored yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Ralph Armine Berryman arid Mrs. Alvin Howard Graham of Steele, complimented her with »n Informal tea Berryman home on Hea.rn st ., Approximately 150 guests called between the hours of t to 6 o'clock. ! In the receiving line to meet the VguesU as'they entered the home J-ere VusS Swank, Mrs. Berryman »nd Mrs. Oraham. : Mrs. Hcrjchel Carter presided over the refreshment table which was covered with a lace cloth over a pale blue linen cloth. A low crystal bowl filled with comslock, larkspur »nd roses in pastel shades cen- ttred the table and was flanked by pink tapers" burning in crystal candleholders. Crystal service was placed at each end of the table. The refreshments, which were fan shaped sandwiches, pink and white mints, other party foods and white punch, added to the attractiveness of the table. Assisting Mrs. Carter at the table were Mrs. George Barham, Mrs. Toby Long, Mrs. L. E. Baker,-Mrs Max Parks and Mrs Curtis Bennett, Favors were hand painted fans inscribed with "Bob and Jo" and the bridal napkins were white etched In a silver band and trimmed with silver roses in one corner. Miss Wright Honored .With Informal Party Miss Dorothy £11wbelli Wright !•! brtdc-elecl of W. O. Geurin Jr., v was again honored yesterday wher} >< Mrs. Alex Shelby complimented her ij >; with an Informal afternoon party , V , v ....... 4 .... tvt> .. .......> and linen shower at • her home at, *-*-*••*-*••*• •• - 2:30 o'clock. The twelve guests who , Miss Mary Jo Nabers has arrived Btlmont College, d the Sum- I at the] attended the affair, Included the i home from Ward Bclm reet f ^ c , s ^ o( ho " o '"s mother, Mrs. Percy | Naslivllle, Tcnn., to spen Five Generations Represented Witglil. i mcr here wtlh her parents. Mr, and ! During Die afternoon, contests i Mrs. J. I/. Nnbers. Mr. Nabers and ' and games were conducted and | Oscar Elliott motored there for her prizes were won by Mrs. W. L*Moxley, Mrs. Malt Mouaghan Jr. and Mrs. E. J. Browne. and accompanied her home, Ben Young Is undergolm; treatment in Die Memphis Kye, Knr and A miniature bridal seen* in while '. Nose Hospital. His condition is 1m- WBS placed on • ]ar$e table In the ! proved and his mother. Mrs. Bu- livlng room. ford Young. Is there with him. Mrs. Jim Crafton and her mother, Mrs. Karen Gill of Chicago, III., Flowers in pastel shades were arranged throughout the home for the occasion. ' are spending a week in Tcxur- The hostess served » Milad plate i kana as guests of their sister and daughter. Mrs. Paul Itussell. Jack Sallba Jr. has arrived from with Iced drinks. Miss Wright chose for the oc- unv-i uii „ , „... caslon, a yellow print skirt with a j Kcmp'o/MHUary' Ac'a'dc7ny',"Boonc- whltc blouse. Her accessories were ' . . _ of brown and white. Lutheran Women Meet With Mrs. E. S. Wildy The Lutheran Women's Guild met yesterduy -afternoon at «>e t sas. Fayelleville. . is spending his villc. Mo., to spend the Summer vacation with his mother, Mrs. Jack Sallba and his sister. Barbara. Miss Vivli\n Patterson Is III at her home, suffering from an car 'Infection. Uosco Crnfton Jr., who Is a student at the University of Arkan- home of Mrs. E. s. Wildy at Eto- wnh with seven members present. During the business session, pre- \A/a tkA \A/stmAn Officer Completes Course Manila Man Is fined TTC IRC TYUmen On Maintenance of I In Municipal Court Dual Parking Meters | ^. allk Isa , cs of Minl|> wu DeskSargeant Elbert Alley of the ! * lned * 3l5 , * nd cost In Municipal Blytheville, Police Force, who was I Coi "' t thls m °™ln(i on a charge recently designated to Handle main- i of driving while under the InJluene* teiunce of Blytheville's new park-i° r HQ u °r Ing meters, haj returned from Can- | In other action, Jesse L«wle«.i, ton, O., where'he attended a week's , Blytheville Negro, was fined $35 maintenance training school al the j srid costs on charges of reckless Dual Parking Meter Company f«c- ' By Ruth MUlelt N't A Staff Writer Several young wives who live In a- neighborhood full of young children were complaining because some of th« neighbors' children were always underfoot. "They're pounding on the door right after breakfast; they hang tory. around during meals; they interrupt our Sunday afternoon naps," said the mothers. A man listening to the cor» -..i,-.-. -r plaints said, "What you girls oug.HJ 0 ""^ °* i ns u».H 01 . to do Is call a n.=«n«~ -» —.1 ' erj auer installation. driving and operating a motor vehicle without a driver's license. Sgt. Alley will maintain an office] Lawless was arrested yeslerdiy In the City Hall and will be In following a minor accident In- of the met-, volvlng his car and a bread truck Rieellnc or mnii,i>i•«' "" """ «->">"»""•>. driven by Bob Bennett of Blyth*some vWUiiB hOMrs' The parklng meters are expected j vllle. upon arrival, i _ » Enough rainfall occurs over th« { earth In a year to cover the en- Seems o me it would be pretty simple to get all the mothers to agree on certain times when the. kids can roam from house to house, and other times when they should be kept in their own yards." Sensible Mlutlon That's a se.Hslble solution to the problem, of course, but it is the kind of solution th*t rarely occurs to women. .They will fuss and fume about a situation, Ret together to lell each other it is. simply terrible what they have' to put up with.. But It rarely dawn.i on them that they ought to try to work out such problems Instead ol just talk- Ing about them. That Is why women are so much more Imposed upon than I men. Not that women are less resentful about It, but women look at a problem as something to complain about, rather than something to solve. Suffers Minor Injury D. Barry, district engineer for .... the City Ice Company, was temporarily blinded this m ammonia escaping from valve on a compressor, on which he was working In Luxora. tire glob* almost three feet deep Mr. Barry returned to work soon Five generations are represented in the above, pic.lure. The youngest Summer vacation with his parents,' is seven mouths old Catherine Mary Donhani of Memphis. Tcim. Holding Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton. 'Catherine Mary Is her great great grandmother, Mrs. P. H. Roberta of Mrs. E. B. Thomas nml Mrs. Ken- | sided over by Mrs. W. W. Nebel. d n ii Berry left this moriilng 'for Co-I B| y' hevllli! . "Be 74. Mrs. T. H. Watson, i upper right), also of Blytheville, o president, plans were completed for . Uimbia, Mo., where, they will at-! age S3, Is the great grandmother. Mrs. William Tnusch (upper Icfti of Miss'Belt v Layson was in charge ! llle Sunday School picnic to lie held j tend graduation exercises at the! Sonrthcimer,, La., age 38, is the grandmother ancl Mrs Billv B Donham oftne bride's book. j Sunday__a|,_ Walker _ParI, _ , „„,„,,, . ., Mi „« .,,,eh j ,,_,. le a, o, Memphis. a 8 e 20, is Catherine Mary's mother. NOW! Read Courier News Want Adt. at FOUNTAINS , Everywhere! Vocal selections were presented! Following the'meeting, the hos- by Mis» Mary Ann Parks through-1 !.^_* erveel Mrs. Thomas's son. Donald Hick a salad plate with fruit ; n ian. will receive his decree. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner have of early Summer flowers moved to their new hnine at 1515 Holly Street. They formerly resided at 1305 Holly Street. Condition of Nancy Ann White, who underwent R Ihroat operation punch. Vases were vised to dccovKle the home. B/yt/ievi/fe Boy Pictured A photograph of Perry Rothrock, »<• 'he Memphis Baptist Hospital out the afternoon. Mi&s Swank chose for the occasion a powder blue street dress with •navy blue accessories. She pinned a 'corsage of pink carnations at her ^'shoulder. : Out of town guesU attending were .. t n _ ..,..., , Miss Carol Ava Swank of St. Louis, j so not "Mr and ~Mrs~ r' C." Roth- Tuesday, Is much improved. Her ,'iisler of the guest of honor, Mrs. I rock o f Blytheville wlio attends mother. Mrs. W. H. White, is then Jettie B. Kilpatrlck ot New Haven. I Columbia Military Academy. Co- with her. Ind., Miss Thelma Redman, and | lumbii.. Tenn.. appeared on the Mrs. Charles .Redman Jr.. all aunts ; cover of Sunday's edition of. the Edsel Harber arrived home Tues- Blonde Hunting Husband with $10,000 Delays Choice Due to Flood of Letters HEMPSTEAO; N. Y., Jime 3. <UPt tlnughter as much as I need a fsth- —Shapely Dorothy Luwlor, 28, a ; or for my kids." she said. "But. I ; r | hat-check jlrl who advertised for; want to wait until ] si e a husband \sith $10,000, had so many j making up my mind/' offers today that she couldn't make ' see him before of Miss Swank and Mrs. R. M. Miller, all of Kennett. • • « Mrs. Bittner Is Hostess To Thursday Club, Guest Mrs. Charles G. Bitlner was hostess yesterday when she entertained the Thursday Club and one guest. Miss Frances MeHaney, with a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home on West Main Street. ! Th« two course luncheon waj. Nashville Tennessgcan rnagnlne section for the color guard of the Academy. He Is not a member ol Ihe color guard but was selected to appear in tlie picture. He was i Junior at the Academy with , --.,.,. . ' She irienlifiecl her North Car<>day night for the University of Ar- " P '!" m "' d * h ' C ' 1 l ° ncccpt ' i »™ P^nect as W. K. Davis, of kansns. F'ayetleville. to spend the 1 ' lllcres * Michigan fanner who Whiston-Satem. N. C. Mrs. Lawlor Summer here wilh his parents, Mr |'*°! 1 " ds Illce '" th e blonde divorcee ,nid tiiat lie had offered her *12,- nnil Mrs E Harber S8K| ' ' Bllt there are also a Ken- [ eou to became his wife. Miss Marilyn Deen arrived home i" cky 11OTS c br ccder. a North Caru- : Amons her other recent offers, today to spend the Summer here lmFl .'°'™er Navy lieutenant and a this year. Coming Events Social Calendar Smith. Miss University of j vllle. her mother, Mrs. George Deen attended the Arkansas. • Fayette- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cole have re-' ; turned from a two weeks vacation Florida night club owner." The blue-eyed mother of two children had planned to announce her final ^election »t midnight she said wee ones from a prince living in New York at the Hotel Ambassador and from a pnvate over -seas. ' ' "I had a telegram from Dayton Friday The Dorcas Sunday School Class tooit the Shrlners degree. 1 In Little Rock and Pine BluB, Ark., | fcrs. She said he had received more • Lake Charles. La., and Houston, than l.OCO letters ana telegrams I Tex. While liv Pine Bluff, Mr. Cole ; slnc6 nev want art appeared last Tuesday, but changed her mind be- asking "Is you is or is you ain't my cause of the continuing flood of of- baby?'" she added. •erved at bridge tables which were j of the First Baptist Church will: Rupert Martin Craflon Is spend- centered with a small vase of [meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. IHR this week in Conway as guest sweetpeas, baby breath and pink] C. B. C. Club meeting at the home of his brother, Leo Crafton. roses. Attractive arrangements of 1 of Mrs. O. O. Elkins. | Mr. and , Mrs. Joe nines Wolteri hydrangeas, pansies. sweetpeas and I Alpha .Beta Bunco Club being and son "Dusty" of Wichita. Kas., roses were used throughout, the entertained at the home ol Mrs.: and their guest. Miss Nancy Cra- home. :. ... ' 1'jack Marsh. -...«. In the afternoon' bridge Barnes. . Williard Pease won high score and bridgo. _ Qsceo/o Events } Thursday Philathian Class meeting at the First Baptist Church for a dinner. 7:30 p.m. Kiwaiijj Club, elementary school, 1:00 p.m. Luncheon Is Given By Mrs. Lex Ragsdale Mrs. Lex W. Rtgsdale of Columbia, Tenn., who li the houseguest of her tiephew, A. L. Sullivan and family, entertained 12 of her friends from Blytheville and Osceola with Blrlhnln. H,»r.iL.I • luncheon yesterday >t Al Sulli- Dismissed- HosplUI Y»m Restaurant here , Troy ' w ' a|ld Hornersvllle, The table, at which the guests croft of JacKsori, :Mo.. were the guests of Mrs. Woltcrs grandmother, Mrs. Louise Yarbro and week In R local paper. •"My hiothcr tola me to take my time in making up my mind," Mrs. Lawlor said. "So I'm going to wait until I'm sure which one is best." She sn'o that she rather favored the Michigan fnnncr whom she idcntiliteri . as s AIax Varrington, of Midland. .5 ."He writes that he has a gooil. Livestock other frtendsV'.and relatives. She substantial income nnd that accompanied them, to Caraway, needs a mother for his 5-year-old ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., June 3. lUP) —(USDA! —Livestock: Hoss I2,OtO; salable U,0»: compared with 9,i>03 yesterday. Barrows anrt gilts 5t)c to mostly 75c lower, spots off niore. Sows 2i-50c lower. Bulk 185-240 Ibs 24-24.25; top spar- insl.v 21.50; 250-270 Ibs 73-23.75; 270- Mfl l.:s 21.50-23; few 23.25; 300-375 Ibs 20-21.50; tc\v 21.75; 163-170 Ibs 130-150 Ibs 20jO-23' 103-12:) At The Hospitals Mre. Jack Wells, ctty. Evelyn June Davis, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: I Carolyn Jo Turner, Lilbou Mo. were seated, was covered with white linen cloth and centered with »n antloiie crystal epergnft filled with blue delphiniums. The. place- cards were hand painted. Guests attending Included Mrs. C1 s v il!e Mo W. B. Flannlgan, Mrs. John White, Jackie flr'c Edringtori, Mrs. Myron Nailllng. Mrs. Ed Teaford and Mrs. Ely Drl- ^SaliSrS^JS'^hV,!! Lo " S °'°»« Get B/ome Blytheville. Following the luncheon,'the guests assembled at the A. U Sullivan t home where a scoial hour was held. (UP) Prn ,,t Tnrrk ' Navy after spending a 20 day fur- Kerd and Dora B "'nice will leave 2.500. all salable. Steer crop com- loug'h with his parents, Mr. and tomorrow for Biloxi. Miss., where prised oi ,u)ds and ends making up Mrs. 8. yvaldm. Yeoaian Walden-" leJ ' wl " spend a month's vacation less than 12 dozen loaris with only has been in the Navy two years a ' tllp White House. , mixed yeirlings. Market active on Perry Rothrock has arrived home Condition of Mrs. Jim Brackin, these with prices steady to strong from Columbia Military Academy,' wll ° !lna been a patient al the Bap-' aiul active with several lots Rood Columbia, Tenn., to spend the. sum- llst Hospital in Memphis, is )m- ' stciT.s 32.50-34; few choice yearlings mer here with his parents, Mr. and proved. She was brousht home from : 35; choice mixed steers and heifers Mrs. p. c. Rothrock. the hospital In an ambulance ttxiay. I 35.25, record hiyh. Several loads and Mnx Harrison, son of Mr. and Marlon Randolph Smith has re- lol.s good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 31-35; cows very .siov,; virtually nothing done early. Liberal supply of this class making up about iiO per cent of run. Bulls -- --- ... - . . .. --- | ancl vcalers steady; medium to good Misses Doris Stone and Ann Me- Kay Smith, Mrs. M. G. Goodwin I bulls 24-23; good and choice vcalers Lcod returned home Tuesday night and Miss Barbara Monaghan, who | 25-23.50; common and medium 16- from Columbia. Tenn., whcre they' motored there for him. 125. attended graduation exercises at - — TIJSSY'S XKW ,. ! Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, who attend! turned home from Columbia Mili- Donald Wavne Ne'wsom Cnrmh ' tnc University of Arkansas, payette- f nry Academy, Columbia, Tcnn., uonam wajne Newsom, t-anith- , , _ i ville. has arrived whcre studcill . He Wils i | the Summer here with his parents. I companies home by his mother, '*- and Mrs. T. F. Dean and Mrs. Jewel Smith and his sister. Columbia Military Academy at For Resignations at U of A' whlch Bobb >' Dc;l11 . 50 » of Mr. and FAYETreviLLE. Ark.. June 3.— average" salaries "Below Flowers Given Hospitals al '"embers of the "•• • - - - — l Arkansas [acuity- Two of the resignations By Members of U. D. C. : Mrs. Dean, graduated. Bobby accompanied them home. Condition of Mrs. Prank J. Turck, •een a patient in the Walls .dditlon- - """i""" for the past month, Is University of —-•"•' ,v,L...f,v. a.iimiiT.\ . . were blamed today (or Ihe rcsig- *"° ™* nation this week of three addition- - Kos P |lnl parlmrnt of Philosophy ; from tlie Members of-tlie Elliott Fletcher and Psyc,,™^, S? P r" ?L ti * "'"I'" l ^ Mm Ol T»« resignation of Or. nolland ta?h Cn» ^7 P C ± d fl ° WerS '" H Wnters ' Pflc^or of phlkwmhv both hospitals here today in mem- and psychology, and J. M. Pin'ley the num-1 UniversU be: who have left -the department this year. 1 ( ^xrvvv^)/^ ^^= IV ^- M \^ \^ •C:\x\ a v) -^tM Only i wo members of the department have not resigned. The third (acuity member to quit was Frederick Whitcslde, Jr., associate professor of law. He *vlll •^r^j^^yj^.^ The Hotel Noble dief invites you to try his " Dish of the Day" for 50c Served in our air-conditioned cofiee shot TWO-IN-ONE" LIPSTICK llrin«s Von 2 Fiill-Si/.c«l i f Lijislicks in one sinurl $2 value $1 for only I . pin* Ui riiinl o[ il ! You fri 2 (iill.5i/.c<l THSSV I.iviMicks in a hcaiiliful huinishi-i! C.TC. All for llic price <^l a .«inplr lipstick! Vll R rll«n o[ ihrfiimDiisTnssy sltaile.«-in ll.lllrti Tti-sy tr\lurc. All lliis beauty in a fniarl-lnnking f'M r.isf. that makes « lianilsomc pur<^ aci-e?«oiy. ^|IU II wanl niic for yoiirsflf and sr\cial »i"fc (or gift?. Tuif)'» "TifO-in-One" Lipstick* in ftnntnroiif color combinations! • (..mien Paily-Midnislil ............... f " c !ait s • Ginlra1»tut-Miclni!:hl ............ fi>r nicdium .• li.i-i'liciiy-l-'umnakri- ................ for dark s WOODS kin DRUG STORE ah-h-h-h! so refreshing! HOT WEATHER COLOGNE HAif PRtCt SALl-t*g. $2.00 «'M NOW'I.OO iiJ-W Six spirit-lilting fragrance* -'—delightful refresher for anltry summer days and evening*. Offer for a limited time only. The Edythe Shoppe 31!) W. iMain Continuous Shows Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN K) a.m. 12:45 p.m. »:jo p.i Thursday & Friday MIS Twmni? . H'SEIIEti! J««TfM» V UNION Selected Shorts Continued Showing Everyday The Edythe Shoppe Box Office Opens «:St Show ' Starti 6:4$ Open. Sunday 1.00; Slarta 1:11 Condnuous Shows'Sat A Sna. Barj»in Night E»ery Mfhl Except Satvday No pa5ses honored 'on Sunday a Roxy Theatr* Thursday & Friday DOUBLE rEATURE Most Famous Sea Story Ever Filmed ! Two YEARS BEFORE „ THE MAST UJU^/' ' «»A« LADD 'DONIEVr HTIJMM IWW BENDK FTRffiSRALD fife Tt.Ua.1NK ! ?"- m - i^WM^ 221 Wcsl Main I'hnne 50? RITZ THEATRE BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4th, 9:30 A.M. BIG CARTOON ADMISSION 25* SHOW FOR THE KIDS Two Hours of Your Favorite Cartoon Characters Bugs nunny . . . Little Lulu . . . Popcye the Sailor . . . Porky Pig Mighty Mouse Felix the Cat Woody Woodpecker Donald Duck....The Talking Magpies and Many Others. You Will Receive Free 1 Sock of Popcorn and 1 Comic Book

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