The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1948 · Page 5
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f THURSDAY, JUNF, 10, 1948 BLYTHRVILLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Society Miss Wright Is Honored At Three-Course Luncheon Miss Dorothy Wright, bride-elect of W. O. Geurln Jr., was again honored yesterday when Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr. complimented her with » luncheon at her home on West Walnut Street. Eight guests attended the affair, which was another In the series of parties honoring her before her marriage June 18. The dining room table, at which the three-course dinner was ser- .f.ved, held white linen cut-work •^doilies and was centered with n low crystal bowl filled with pastel colored sweetpeac. Bouquets of mixed Spring flowers were arranged throughout the home for the occasion, Mrs. Terry presented the guest of honor with silver in her chosen pattern. Miss Wright wore for the affair, a pink chambray dress with white accessories. Mrs. Mahon Entertains Club Members and Guest Mrs. I,. J. Zellcr was a guest yesterday with members of the Avalon Bunco club, when Mrs. Paul Mahou entertained at her home on West Kentucky. High score was won by Mrs. Has- xell Blankenship won high score with Mrs. Mahon winning bunco and Mrs. Zeller, low score. T n L' rM 1 Bouquets of mixed Spring flowers | lO UemOflSiratlOn LillD were arranged throughout the home.. The hostess served a sandwich plate with Iced tea. Weiner Roast Is Given Honoring Mrs. Trainer Mrs. Edith Trainer of Patterson, N. J. was a guest of honor lasi night when Mrs, Hugh Hays complimented her with a weluer roast at her home. Sixteen gucste attended the affair. The weiner roast was heir! on tho lawn of the home and following (his, card games were played. Spring flowers were throughout the home. Holt Hopes to Gain from Split In 2 Ex-Governors' Backers Mrs. Waiter S. DBVlSpWas, before her recent marriage m»Blythevilte, Mrs. Marie Mayo Ahlf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mayo of Osueola. Maurice Webb Jr. Host To Sudbury Reading Club The Sudbury Reading Club met Tuesday at the home of Maurice Webb Jr, for their first meeting with 17 members present. Mrs. E. F. Fry is the club sponsor. Maurice, who is the ctub president, presided during the biisiness session, at which time other officers gave their reports. Following the meeting, games were played and refreshments of cookies and iced drinks were served. The meeting was dismissed by the president. Mrs. Burnham Hostess Mrs. L. T. Burnham was hostess at her .home yesterday to members Mrs. Poe Entertains B. R. C. Club, Guest Mrs. Elva Poe was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the B. R. C. Club and one guest, Mrs. Harry Dogan, at her home on Kentucky Avenue, During the afternoon rook agmes Mrs. Russel Wert won high score, Mr-s. R. A. Copelanri, second and Mrs. Bogan, rooko. Attractive arrangements of early Summer flowers were used to decorate the home. The hostess served a dessert course. LITTLE KOCK, Ark., June 10. IUP) — Gubernatorial candidate Jack Holt hopes to gain from a reported division In Hie ranks of supporters of two former Arkansas governors, a Little Rock newspa|»r said today. After staling thai, former Ooi r . Curl E. llailey Is supporting Sid McMath of Hot Springs unrt thai former Oov. Homer M. Adlilns is lending "moral support" to tliu same candidate, the paper said: "Former Attorney General Jack Hull, who won races during the , administration of both ex-gover- arrangedj nor.s, is relying itronxly on a crass- sect Ion o! both organliatlons thai, electeo him la stale office lhrc« limes." Outlining the divisions in the old organizations, the paper sulcl such ••sihnd-pnl Baik-y organization leaders" as Jmnes/L. Blunct and Jay Myers of Walnut Hlclgc, lormer Sheriff p. F. (Happy) Kitchens of 1'hillips County and Slieriil Howard Clayton ol Deslm County arts apparently backing former Internal Rcicmic Col le ctor Horace Thompson On ihi! other hand, the paper said, Dan Fchon of Marianne, a high Hajf Moon News Leslie Watkin.1 and E. J. Spnln left, Tuesday for Camp Robinson. Little Rock where they will military training. begin 230 John G. Lonsdalo was in Utlle Hock today. He will si»Hk »t Ian- oke and England Saturday. Arkantat Town Traded For farm in Oklahoma WOOLSEY, Ark., June 10. iUI')— .„,Woolsey, a lilt!,, community in . PAGE FIVE Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, III., June H. (UP) (USDA) —Livestock: Catlk 3,000; salable 2,000; calves 1.500, nil salable. More than 1-2 of run cimiiulscd of cow» with moderate supply of butcher yenrjlngs Imon and medium 16-X. lower than 'j; bulk of IHO- popular price 24.80; 240-210 Ibs 23-24.50; 37Q-300 lb« 2;.50-23; 300-400 Ibs 20-21.60: few +00-475 Ibs 19.60-30; IM-no ll>s 23.75-24.25; 130-150 Ibs. 21.50-2.1.sn- 100-130 UK 18,50-30.50; sows *50 Hashed steers 2882.50; some good held above this spread. Clooil heifers and mixed 32-34.50; odd held heifers common medlub 1 common and medium beef cnw* The diadem >pid«r haj MO tubes through which It spin* 1U «Uk. » can make one cord of MO itimadi by bringing lt« ilx tpUioent (lnc«t» together. Wnshlnstoii County, Arkansas, dial j dales from ure-ctvll war days, WB> .swapped today for a 45-acr« faun I at TMilcquali, Oklahoma. Ml. and Mrs. B. E. Clark, sole owners and residents of the Iwo acre hamlet, which Includes a general store, pcwtofdce and the Clark residence, traded their town for a lann belonging to Mr. and Mrs, Frank C. Dushane, Clurk sutd he had to pay a Illllo extra for the dim, valued at »11,150. C. D. Newlln, owner of (he realty company which offered Woolsey to the piibltc last week lor $9.000 stitd the Clarks hart received hundred? of letters of Inquiry. <> s 24; odd head good bulls 23.50-25; spot minimum. Short wave radio broadeuU |o much farther with only one reflection from the earth's radio roof when the sun's disk Is marred vlth many surtspots than during sun- an Adklns-nppolmud Commission Inis also inumber of Pcnitcntinry joined Thomjxsou as us.socinte m:ui- nijcr of his campaign while Jos Martin of Joncshoro, Adkln.s' former executive secretary, i.s attached to the McMath headquarters. The pniwr snid much of the will center iti where James 1 Uncle Mnc) MacKrell ol Utik three-way battle Eastern - Arkansas Phillip Wndc. son of Mr. nnd Mrs.' lloclt ha s been unable to obtain a Max Wade, who has been 111 at"ill's I lootliold. home for the past tliree weeks, is [ Meanwhile, much improved. McMath continued of Hie Yarbro Home Demons™ i ^ "''• "'"I Mrs. John W. Austin of P«'«n ° "' Cm> [ with his plnius for opening his cam- tign Club with 19 members and visitors attending. .. ,. _ Pine Blufl SatiiHlay nigh:,. 111., Mr. and Mrs Je.ss! He will be introduced by W. H. Chapman and baby of West Htrtge. i Kennedy. Jr., of Pine Bluff. Mrs. Opal Gaede and J. M. Drake I Thompson was in Camden anil The meeting was opened with the of St. Louis. Mo., were guests last Hampton today after visiting liiciuls singing of "My old Kentucky week of Mrs. T. Alexander. i at Hope. Stamps, Lewlsvllle and u—„•. „.,,. .v,,. -,„.„..,„...., . Mr Ar ti Hlr Pe , llcr nild chiidre,, Magnolia yesterday. He will be in ' - week with her parents, Mr. Moiillcello. McGchce and Warren Home" and the devotional taken from the Psalms wai given by Mrs. Biirnham. Various demonstrations and Mrs. R. L, Hawkins. tomorrow. Thompson plans to oi The largest pier In the world devoted exclusively to the handling of fish and seafoods Is the Boston fish pier, through which 115 much us WO.OOO.OOO pounds of fish have passed In a single year. How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly In Plact Do your false t^eth annoy anil embarriiM by slipphiR, dropping or wabbling when yon cat. Inugh or talk? Just sprinkle a little FAS- TEBI-K on your plates. This alkaline (non-acid) powder holds false teeth more firmly and more comfortably. No Buininy, Koocy pncty Checks "plate odor" (denture breath), act FAS-TEKTH at any drug store. At Kirby's Three Stores Father's Day -June 20th Ktmtmltcr Father with Monogramcd I'oker Chips, Matches, Stationery, Ktc. Fountain I'en and'Pencil Sets, Hillfolds, Smokt'r'x Supplies, Father's Diiv Curds. KOLDKRUNCH The most delicious Icecream, Bar On 'm Stk'k, Krunchy Chocolate, Coated. Dollar jiills are wrapjwri in some of them. lOc Electric Fans DDT Bonds, 150 up Sun Glasses Blue Grass Cologne, 1.50 Picnic Juges Fitch 1.19 Shampoo & Shower Spray Tartan for Sun Tan, 59c Blue Grass Bath Powd. 1.50 EACH STORE AIR CONDITIONED At Kirby's Three Stores __________ , ^ ______ ,,^ u .. „„,.., w u ^^ were given by Mrs. Burnham anclj Miss Juanita Spain will leave to- his campaisn "at 'Morriitoi'ro'n June morrow for Mnrysvlllc, Calif., where 13. Mrs. L. H. Matthews. During the business meeting, a! Hie will visit with her sister, Mrs- "" H olt will speak at, » dinner meet- building committee was appointed, Johnny Ervice and Mr. Ervur,. nig al the Y's Men's Club ol Little to draw up definite plans for thctr • —-; — ! Hock tomorrow and will attend Scs- new clubhouse. Those on the com-: N °t being so efficient In cold fioas ot llle Arkansas liar Associn- mittce are Mrs. Loe Stiles. Mrs.. wither, razors are said to stro]) Paul Abbott, Mrs. Robert Thompj better if clipped first In boiling son, Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. Burn- '• wa(ei " when the tempcratiirc is low. ham. ~ Following the business meeting, worth and Mrs. Lee Stiles, contests were-conducted and prizes The hostess served a dessert were won by Mrs. Calvin Hollings- course with iced drinks tion and American Veterans of World War II tomorrow night al Hot Spring. He will o|wn his cam- ; paign tit Searcy June 19. j MacKrell will be at Parts tonight. ' Port Smith tomorrow and In Cave City and Evening Shade Saturday famous JteeflffSeztf home freezer *H«4-M»t »««.•. ». MT. •**. Pays for Itself... in these six money-saving ways! YOU BUY IN QUANTITY Save . . . buy fruits and vegetables by the bushel; a month's supply of meat; ice cream by the gallon! fOU SHOP LESS OfTEN Save money on transportation' Shop when convenient and on nice days .. . less than once a week! AVOID FOOD SPOILAGE Most families lose much food through spoilage. DEEPFREEZE owners roport food savings to^60%! ELIMINATE FOOD WASTE Save oooVcd leftovers or unused foods for later meals.-Enjoy variety in your meals without waste! YOU CAM SHOP AHEAD Buy foods when they arc plentiful - . . when prices are lowest! Buy during periods of peak quality! FREEZE INSTEAD OF CAN It's quicker, cleaner and more economical to preserve foods by freezing! There is 110 soiljcl Atk Abovt Word* Convmknt Mortfcly Payment Plan Sunday, June 20, 1948 Men's White on Whit. Madras Shirts $4.00 Value Kalht'r's Day Special $2.98 Neckwear Newest I'atterns Finest Materials Father's Hay Special $1.50 SLACKS Tropicals Sharkskins Gabardines All colors They are cool Creast-proof Special $6.95 Men's Genuine Panama HATS priced at $5.00 Men's Shorts Father's Day Sox Specially Boxed 3 pair in box Hanner Wrap Per Box $1.50 Others 50c pair variety Including Rayons, Knit Cottons llroadcloth 49cto$1.65 Men's OXFORDS SOSrylei To Choose From I. ROSENTHAL INC. 226 West Main Blytheville, Arkansas - ---- --Phone 2562

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