The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 7, 1948
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PAGE FOUR RI,YTHKVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NKWS MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1948 Aleati Phone 4461 Miss Alice Lucille Abboll's Engagement Is Announced Mr. «nd Mrs. Dave Abbott today announced Ow engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Alice Lucille Abb'-" to James M. Baughman, son Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baughman. Rev. and Mrs. McKisson Plans have been made for members of tlic Youth Choir of tlie Monette Methodist Church to be Ahbott > presold nt Hie services nnd hour of ol i fellows-lip Tuesdn >' night nt the '. Lake Street Methodist Church honoring their former pastor and wife. ,i. «..*. • —-— -- - Ollllu CIH.H luimi'i i/.i.iivi iiiju w»iv Date and plans lor the wedding bRCV an(J M] . s Tlier(m McKU . if 111 be announced at a later date.' $ Bits of News Cotning Events Social Calendar Mist Moffett to Present Donee Pupils in Recital LUXORA, Ark., June 7 — MLss _ Margaret Moffett will present a i Monday number ol pupils from Blytlie- SI. Stephens Evening Guild will, ville, OsctolR and Luxora, in a I meet at the home of Mr. S. S. Pat"Dance Review" in the Luxora High j terson at 8 o'clock. , School auditorium tonight at 8 j M| SS Mary Frances Nunn com- o'clork and at Osceola, Thursday, piJinGntlnK Sara Grace Joyncr and 1' June 10. [her fiance. Jack McPhall Ohesnutt Tlwi review will Include lap. bal- jof Vero Beach, Fla., with a drop- Leg Champ , ... son on their Silver Wcddlni: Annl- Miss Abbott was graduated Irom -, versary Tlle Hev Mr . McKisson is Holland High School where she now ^ fJaAm of lAVc S i reol M clh- participated In major school acl-!^^ chllrch here ivities. i A musical program has been ar- Mr. Baughman was graduated mi&t , A |, y lnft cho;r> or w i,| C |i Mrs. from Dell High School niul served McK j s . oll j s the co-founder and with the Armed Foices duriiiR I or8al || 5 t. with Mrs. R. II. Watklns, World War II. He is now employed i who ls lhc director. Thc Women's a teller at- the Farmers Bank igocipij, O f Christian service will he and Trust Company. Mrs. Kenley Is Honored With Afternoon Party Dr.. Edna Nies entertained with an informal after noon party at her home Saturday complimenting her 'in chnrj;e of the social hour which j will foliosv the service. I Mrs. Wilson Is Hostess \ To Demonstration Club let. toe, Spanish, acrobatic and exhibition waltzes. Those taking part include; Margaret Wroten. Ann An- plebaum, Lmdu Whitmore, Elizt- belh Ann Alexander, Sandra Pollard, Jean Rhodes, Jimmle Lynn 'Illlle Glascoe, Sandra Sanners. Murtlia Crosihwail, Diana First Baptist Church meeting at Graves. Carolyn Sup Lswis, Vickie ! t ne ) 10 me of Miss Bernice Over- Clark. Glyncla lx;e Poet/, Martha ' Jean Owen. Murylyn Owen, Christine Johnson, Hetty Ralph. Inn Lee Matlock. Gay Waddcll, pc ,. n t Die church at 7 o'clock. Clementine Otnlry, Linda Adams, i Tutsday Liu Khibben, Betty Joyce Tale. | , a Nucve c)llb I1)MlluB Bl th j, man Hutloi, Sandra fluller, Delia , of Miss M At | ah Rob)mm) Shijipcii, Mary Alice Bagwell. Aniti • Rt g . co m Wroten, Nell Bellinger, Elirabclii j T , lcsdl , y ' D ,. MKI: c , llb members Ann Ivy, MUI-BOI Crane. Virginia | mccllllg ftl tlle llome o( Mrs Wi o *;>;;«;>;>;>; >;>; >;>"«;»!>! >,X '.*'.',*','.*'.'.*".*, X '*-• Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Ed Williams and W. M. .Wallace have relumed home front Winchester, Tenn., where they accompanied home Ed Williams' mother, Mrs. Ira S. Williams, who had uccn here. Hcfore returning i home they visited relatives in Vina, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Moss ot Dai- Ins. Tex., are spending two weeks here visiting [rlentis and relatives. Condition of County Auditor P. lingL-i. lielh Butler, Sue Qutnn Wil- K. Cooley. who underwent a minor son K.IJ' Whltmore. Mary nillard. ojieratlon yesterday at, Blytlicvllle , Lynn Wcinbcrg. Shirley George, Hospital, is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lesley Fisk »tid sons. Lesley anil Lee. of Indiana- j The Shady Grove Home Demon- polls. fuel., were (he \vrckend Rtisets , . ' sd-iUion Club met Thursday at the o f \i:~. and Mrs. Frank Greer and ' l,,f nrma / Party Is Given niece, Mrs. William C. Kenley of . h(1 ,, lc , )f Mrs Ermc wl|soll wllh , 0 1(im ,, y Informal forty IS viiven Centralin, Mo., who together wllh | nL . mlK . r5 present. Clnir Miller left yesterday by By MlSS Betty Jean Moore The meeting was called io order plane for Flint. Mk-h , wlit'ie she by Ihe president, after which Mis. will attend 111' 1 General Motors In- Wilson gave thc devotional and stitiile School lor two weeks. He n al Hotel Noble from 8 till 10 o'clock. Business Women's Circle Eight of the First Baptist Church meeting at the home of Mrs. Alvin Lane at 7:45 o'clock. Young Women's Auxiliary of the man at 7:30. t Wesleyan Guild of (lie First Methodist Church having Spaghetti sup- Osboruf. Pi.tly Alclen, Carolyn Bol- I Mary Dolllnger. Betty Speck. Dorothy Rrj«lle, Wiley Tale and Jimmy L.'.yel. her husband is visiting here. Approximately 25 gucsis calli'd between the hours of 4:30 and 5:30 o'clock. . 'The dinning room Inble irom ['own Club members meeting at the home of Mrs. Dale S. BrEggs Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolutior will meet at the Hotel Noble for a luncheon wilh Mrs. Aubrey Conway, Mrs. Fred Rutherford and Mrs. F. H. Joyner as hostesses. \VedneS[l.i> Miss Sara Grace Joyner will become Ihe bride of Jack McPhnll Blaze Destroys Swanky Miami Beach Night Club MIAMI BEACH, Fla., June 7.— fUP>—The Copncabana, swankiest night club In this winter playground, was almost completely destroy»d by fire this morning one hour after the last of Its patrons went home. j DamaRc lo the beautiful cabaret was estimated unofficially at 1200,-1 000. Flames blackened both (he main dinning room, where top stars of the entertainment world perform each winter, and the Copa Lounge, where Summer shows were being hcEu. The club closed at 3 a.m. today and the fire was reported at 4 a. m. The fire department said the! cause of the blane had not been' determined. The Copa usually closed during the off-season Summer months but had planned to remain open this year with the "Barry Gray Show" playing in the lounge. OSCKOLA, Ark., June' 7. — Miss cl)csmltl of V ero Beach. Fla., In Holly Jean Moore was hostess at „ ccrcnlolly to be solemnized at 4 prayer was offered by Mrs. Holing, was accompanied to Memphis by j i 1[n . hume Saturday afternoon with j 0 - C ] OC ^ • mi informal afternoon party hon- . rjimrch I orlns Mrs. Clifford Pueh. formerly. Avalon at t | le Plrst Presbyterian Bunco members meetine -..- - - . During the business session, the Mrs. Miller. which assorted party foods and iced i (U](irs [)f n lncm | )e ,. was i 0n( ( nv Mr. and Mrs. L. D. CliamWin | _ drinks were served, was covered , Mrs _ n DmviH . r am i a demonstra- have relumed from r-'aycttevillc o( B ' :l)l Minnette. Ala., and who Is a t" [Vie"home of Mrs Paul with an ftalian cmwork linen clolli | [io|) 011 ri ow(M . arrangement was where they attended the commence- i now ,,; a i,.j, 1S ; her home here. i and was centered with an attractive , jvcn by M] . s "Loveless p] a , 15 W ere ' ment exercises of the University of j _ . .... inursmy srraiigenv---' — '—•<"••»»•- Aryans". "hchthe! on ^I The dining room l.ble. from I F , dt ., is clils . s o( til ' e Plrsl H;lo . Aikansas at ulllr "',; Busi ; j which assorted party foods and iced tjs , church will have, a pot luck a | so tjiscussed for the rest cnmp. A social hour was held after ttic ' received his i NOW! Willys of Hollywood is out on a limb—and il's a lovely limb, at that. The leg authority judges actress Jane Wyrnan as having the "loveliest legs in Hollywood." The selection was based on "glamor, symmetry and appeal, and proportionate measurements." The octopus swims by means of jet propulsion. |at FOUNTAINS I 1 Everywhere! by Miss Mary Jo Nabers. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hosrillal Dismissed: Cleatus Brock, portogeville, Mo. Altfcn Griffin. Dell. Mrs. Sam Phippen. Osceola. R*y McCarty. city. Josie Tripps, city. Mrs. J. P. King. city. "Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jack Clark. Steele, Mo. Gary Birmingham, Cooler, Mo. Lowler, carulhcrsville, Flanagan and Miss Frances Jones arc spending Unlay In Memphis. Luxora News W. B. Greer. Oscar Griggs and Nute Utley of Ripley, Tenn., visit- , ed Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cookc yes- j Mr. nnd Mrs. Malcolm Flake and terclay. " daughter. 1'al of Memphis spend Mr. and Mrs. Herman Spiccr had ! the weekend here with his ir.-Jther. as llieir nuesl Sunday, Mrs. Spicer's j Mrs. I.aura Fbke and family, cousin. Mrs. Floyd Johnson and Mr. | Mrs. Bill McGailBhey of lilylhe- Johnson of Memphis. I villc. and Mrs. H. T. Ballcw of Mrs. William Bertt and daugh- • Luxora. arc spending a two weeks wllh his father in llio automobile I room. • Thursday Night Clnb members business ' The guest ot honor was presented ' i le ing entertained at the home of Miss'Edith liollliiBCr. Miss Polly i a gift of crystal in her pattern by Mrs Don Haley. Uio hostess. I Thursday Roofe Club members Miss Moore was assisted in re-1 meeting at the home of Mrs. T. W. ceivlne the guests by her mother,' ooforth. of Memphis spend Mrs. D. M. Moore, her sister. Miss, Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the Mnrtlin Ann Mnore and Miss Vi- , united Daughters of thc Confcder- vian Moore ot Blytheville. cousin of ' ac y meeting at the home, cit Mrs. Miss Moore. I i. o y Welch at 12:30 p.m. Friday f YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER HOT FlASHESthen FEEL CHILLY- and baby. Charlie Mo. Mrs. R. W. Butler Luxori. Mrs. W. B. McNabd, Manila. Charles Riggs. Bragg City, Mo. Mrs. Henry Matthews and baby Rt. 1, city. Bobble Jeaii Williams, Luxora. Miss Ruth Farmer, Manila. . Mrs. Isabel Judklns, city. Mrs. Celia Mo. Mr« John Bte«t«, Mo. tcr. Miss Patricia Eiertl. are in ] vacation al Horseshoe Lake. Flint, Mich., to spend a month wllh and Mrs. Glenn Ladd spent the Mrs. Bent's daughter. Mr s . Lynn weekend there with them. .Sanders. I i MrS. Bertt Corkran and son. a week tn Corning, as guest ol Mrs. Cha ,|i, Mrs. Jennie Walker Is spending is guest Hart Corkran. left Satur- J. W- Bnynhon and family. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fan-is McCalla and Mr. and Mr.v Seay and daughter. 1 C. B. C. Club members wiU meet Ann. for several days of hunting, <" < he home ° f Mrs R. A. Copc- and fiihiug .land for a pot-luck dinner. Mrs. Brooks Orimme Jr. arrived | Alpha Beta Bunco Club being eu- Snturdiy to spend two weeks with (crtained at the home of Mrs. Fred riav lor Crawfoid.svillo, for a her mother, Mrs.' daiigU'cr. Jennie Wren, and Mrs. IMcCalla's sister. Mrs. Harnlan Inj- Mrs". H. a Davidson and daush-'lor anc> children. Linda and John, left today for Gulf Breeze. nay visit with Dclma Hurt. Leio, Miss Alice Ann and Mu«s Bobby Jeftn. of GrecLiwofld, Mis.s,, have been visiting Mrs. Davidson's moth- Widner; Portagevllle, Turner ftnri baby, A4iss Qdi* Rice To Take Course in Field Work Miss Odie Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Rice of Blythcvilte, Is now in Lansing, Mich., where she will take a two months course In field work. Miss Rice, who is studying to be a public health nurse received her nurses degree from the Baptist Hospital iti Memphis. She was graduated from Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn., where the took special courses in public health nursing. er, Mrs. R, J. Gillcspte Sr., lor the past v;eek. Wade McIIenry, where they will vacation lor three week 5. Hal Thompson arrived home from the University ot Arkansas. Fay- si mien- eltevillc. to spend several days here SlliaeiK I . „.... Mr onrt Mrs J. L. . wltn nis parLiu.x Civic Calendar moLhcr, Mrs. W. K, Taylor. She McGregor. Is the former Miss Martha Louise! Taylor SJio will return to Memphis Lo meet Mr, Grim me before goiiiR to GnlnsvlUc, Fla., where he \vlll | Monday nltcncl Uic summer session aL the I Junior Chamber ol Commerce— University of Florida. \1;W p.m. Here's Good News! Are you between the ngf s of 3B and 52 ami going through lhai trying lunciLonal 'mlddle-rABe 1 petloil peculiar to women? Does this mnke you suffer Irom hoc Hashes, feel clammy, jo nertou.i, Irrluljle. weak? Then DO try Lydla E. PinkhaiiTs Vejjetftble Compound to relieve s^"*^ symptoms! li's rnmous lor thLs: Marfy wise 'mlcldle-a^e' womeii take Plnkham's Compovmd r^ulnr- ly to liclp build up resistance «.Rfllnst this distress. Plnkham's Conjjxiund coiunlns no opiates- no liahit-lormltig dings, it helps nature: (you know what we mean!)- This «reat medicine also has what IX>ctora call a stomachic tonic efiect. M)T«r Or I.M, i,, 3 . prefer I.VWI ^ E. PINKIIAM'S J ALlLtna «iih a iM*,l i rt Columbia Records Toolie Ooli« Doolie— The Marlln SisUr. you're Over (he Hilt— Arthur Godfrey All My Love—Dinah Shore Somebody Else is Taking My Place— Fetty l*« Sentimental Journey—Le« Rrawn l,aroo I.aroo I.illl Kolero— Frankle Carle Talklnt to Myself Aboui Vou— Buddy Clark Ok'l Baby DokT—Xavicr Cugal VouTl Never Know—Harry Jarae* All of Me—Frank Sinatra 1 Trader! My Heart for a Tear —Bob Alcher The Letter 'Dial Broke My Heart —Texas Ruby My Rose nf Old Kenlucky— —Bill Monrot Oklahoma AYaltz—Johnny Bond New Texas rlayboy Rag— Bob Wills •> ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY J. VV. Adams, Mgr. 206 W. Main Phone 2071 . -l, a.c. ron Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND NOW! at FOUNTAINS if Everywhere! - at St. Mnry's EplscopM School m • n Memphis, has arrived home to spend Thompson before going thft Summer vacation. , Miss Belly Sue iMifHin returned ' n "^ from Smnckovcv. Thursday alter \ r, ra ,, V a visit wuh her cousin, Miss| " l . ' Mrs. D. C. Beatrice Richardson, vis, Mrs. Nettle* White. Miss Richardson. Mrs. M. Embc Sykcs spent Sun- Mr, ami Mrs, Frert I [art wig of I Concordin, NTo., were the guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Rice. They were en route to Memphis to visit with their son, Fred Ha it wig Jr.. who will receive his doctors degree from the University of isce at commencement exercises lo- j night. Mr. and Mrs. L. !. Rice will 'nicr» attciicJ the exercises. Tuesday Club, Hotel Noble— 12:15 s tlrn Terry for lh« pa-s two w«ks | d Rt , foot Lake. Mrs. Alltcn ChiU-ood is ft patient ^ , ln<1 Mls _ _, D p.^ vc i um - Lion's p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. City Council —8:00 p.m. WediifSday Kiwanas Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. ed from Balti: Washington, While lh in the Baptist Hospltnl in Memphis, wlicre .she luuterwenl a iiHijo r o]>eratlon Thursday. Her sister, Mrs. A. B. Bradley, was wilh her until Saturday. Mr. and MM. S. J. Smith have been in Hot Springs lor the past week. t Miss Evelyn Hill has been elncited of'\hV R*cv. »" d Mr5 - G - D - M a 8ce Billy Ehl ridge returned to the University of Arkansas Law School today tn atlftwl the Siimmrr term. _ c . . ,,, rafter spending a «'erk here with U.J. JCient/St t-oin R *?" daysv v t c p*? nml P lis P" cllts - Mr. mid Mrs. Baker ,mcrc, Md.. New York City nntl | \vilson r . Long Life Serum tliey visited with Mr. nnd Mrs. Arno j Mf ' M ^ Hnbcrkorn and family. ' W. L Homer Jr. accompanied Miss Ruth Scay Jim Oates.jWrry to community mission chairman for anf j son| orady. tlie Young Woman's Auxiliary Marion Williams FajctieviMe over the weekend. R .y Br oo kS Mjd Bcnn, John.ou j ^-^^ h ^ ^^""atC. spent yesterday .In.Carlisle as Ruc.sU | UnlvcrsUy o( Arknnsas to Bccoln . pnny him home for the Sumn^er. HOLLYWOOD CUP)—All American scientist here .says he exjiccts to learn the true value of a mysterious Russian life serum within a year. Dr. Harry Cioldbtatt, director of Mr. Horncr stopped en route home lhe Institute of medical research Business Meeting Held By Baptist Fidelis Class Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gordon and i'n"\.Jf.".,VMJ v ~"X^it rnr'«'"viVit "«-i"h of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, has Council and secretary o[ the Music daughter. Patricia, of Hour™. Miss., , Br0 mlmothcr Mr° H K Sinllh 8'ven it experimentally to many Club tor 1948-49 at Blue Mountain have arrived to ipcnd the week as) 1 " 5 b""'"""Hncr. a"s. H. K.. famllh. ^ rsoils riurir ' iK h!s ^^ Qf cxpml _ [Colleee, Bltio Mountnin, Mi.s. ! guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Seay I scientific "color eye" said to nicnts, and has found that il helps j The seniors of the Luxora High and family. They left this morning b( , a , c .,.. a [ e w i.i.i n onc hilf of 1 h°al fractures School graduating class ot 1948 who [or Nuvtmlc lAkc, accomuanicd by : ' ^' wln | 0 nx-felt need "Russian claims ol Us being able already preparing themselves ' •• • LUXORA, Ark., June 7—Tlie monthly business meeting of the Fidelis Class of the First Baptisi Church was held in the social rooms of the church Friday evening, with 14 members attending. • The meeting was opened wilh (he Ullb y Martin and Miss Mary Buford singinj of the class song. "The D C: ' IO », daughter n( Mr. and Mrs. Beauty ot Josus" and Mrs Jim Me- ' U' 1 ' 0 " 1 Demon, who have entered are already preparing themselves - - , ,„ iml|]t and tcj . t , lc hu j uslrks to prolong life, suggested by the ' ' for the business world are Miss Mil- Rorti . cls , has entered the Memphis i where accurate color matching has :liscovcrer. Prof. Alexander Dogo- i I lie Ann Peery, daiigliter of Mr. nnd Sclloo i ot commerce: Miss Olene i been dependent on skllltul use of molets. have not been proven, 1 I Mrs. R. C. Peery: Miss Mamie Lou whltc rtaUB hlcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. the hunum eye. r" 111 ^"?.':.. < ' n " e '' C . r ... 0f ." r -.. a "! J. White, has accepted a position LANDLORDS Continuous Shows Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:0<l a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:34 p.n Cullar, president, save the devotional. Mrs. Anccl Montgomery gave the opening prayer and reports were given by the vice-preside!)!., Mrs. Irene Tankerslcy, Mrs. Chants Frazier and Mrs. Montgomery. The hostesses, Mrs. C. E. Sheen Mrs Walter Pcrmcnlcr:; Miss Mary vvith thc plMa Truing Company. Evelyn Martin, daughter of Mrs. n nd will attend-the nighl classes of DraiiRhan's Business College; Miss Mnrylyn Owen, daughter of Mrs. Julia Owen. Is attending Memphis State for six months before she GoldblaU said. Draughan's Business College in Memphis; Miss PeeBV Roclaclf. wl|) entcr , hc Mcmpllls Baptist daughter of Mr. and Mrs, miitl H()spllll | for mlrsps trB inin S . Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Barucll of Donnott. m rived Saturday for a visit with their daughter. Mrs. T. b. .Stanford and Mr. Stanford. anri Mrs. Moiil^oniery, server! ice cream and cake during the social Delicious! Tasty! Fresh Fried Served Regularly! CATFISH Served with Corn Dodgers You'll Enjoy these Expertly Prepared Dishes Served to You In Ihe Pleasant Atmosphere or Dixieland Cafe. We Now Feature Curb Service DIXIELAND CAFE Holland, Mo. On $!aae in Person ROXY THEATRE Monday, June 7 •fc HOT WATER T 'H \r's all il cost* the a\t'iARe tainily o( four with a l>no 'liirrin An N ml a tic' I ut-l Oil \\ a tor } totter! l.e>s tli:m V i In slldll No Got or Ef«clf/c Connvclj'onil The new nuo-Thcrm cau Ix 1 InMallrd anyv\hcrr--city or ron it IT > U 11 !-;iii-*» il 111 ii us viir.ip lucl oil and nerds m» c^s or clrclrir coiincci ioin' Come in and select voitr Oiio-ThoriTi Water Heater from onr sUu'k of strikingly slytfd urtu wflttfls tini bed in \tcau- tifiil \\hilt rnfinicl. Four sizts lo chcx>?c froml ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. \V. ADAMS. M«r. C^omplcl* Service Department In Connection •20h-ns \Vcst Mai:i Phone 2071 Last Time Today HAZARD • with Paulelt* Goddard and MacDonald Care? Paramount News; Also Short* Continuous Showing ETeryd»y Tuesday Tender Years with Joe E, Brown Selected Short Subjects Continuous Stmwinf E«ry D»T _„.. Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:« Opfns Sunday 1:00; SUrlj 1:1B Continuous Shows SaU &; Sun. Bargain Night E^ery Night Kxccpt Saturday No pa?ses honored on Sunday *t Roxy Theatr* Plus Picture Program Matinee 1:30 p.m. Night 6:45 p.m. Special Midnight Show wilh Complete Change of Program Adults 6k Children 25c Tuesday and Wednesday living in aBigWay You'ra bubbling ow with music, doubling over -*2^MfV'it\ wilh laujhler

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