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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 29, 1947
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t»AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COIIRIER NEWS TUKSDAY, JULY 2D, 1947 E»ily Wlxson, Society Editor Phone 461 Baptist Groups Meet For Mission Study The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist church met yesterday in circle groups. ..Circle one met with Mrs. N. W TSrigham present und one visitor. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. JI. C. Outla.v gave prayers and Mrs- Kendall Berry taught the mission study itsson. Circle two \vas entertained by Mrs, C. E. Johnson. Eleven inembe-s ami one visitor, Mrs. R. II. Va'.i Kooser. were pre-sent lor the meet- inn. Prayer \ias Jed by Mis. M. V.'. (Lewis, and Mrs. Thwrt..; e 1 -J|;:m taught the study court*. Mi's. J. T. Westbrook wns ii'vs- tess lo six members of Oirci,; three. Mrs. JI. lj. Chamber. 1 ! mid Mcs. C W. Affllck uavc prayers nnd Mrs. Hairy FrltKiiis was In charge of the study course. , Circle four met In the home ^1 Mrs. Don IMlfJ with 12 members. Including two new members, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr.. and Mrs, P. H. Wes'.biook. present. Mrs. H. W. Woolen, Mrs. i:. G. Cash and Mrs Ebb Carson led prnycrs an3 'the mission study was taught by Mrs. Walter Bishop. Mrs. Roy Head was hostess to 12 members of Circle five al her home on Highway 61. Mrs. E. C. Drown, Miss Dollic Heite and Mrs. W. E. Kuchanau gave prayers and Miss Heltc nave the lesson study. Mrs. J. G Bnines was hostess to Circle MX members yesterday when 10 members were present. Mrs. W. G. Maxwel) and'Mrs. E. H. Woodson led prayers and Mrs H. H. Brooks taught the lesson. • * * Miss Little, Fiance Honored In Memphis •Miss Roe Complimented i By Friends In Memphis ..First Ui the series of parties to be given for Miss Mary Sue Roe, bride-elect-of Marcus Joe Evrard, was a luncheon Saturday in Mcni- prSs ni Hote) Peabody when Mrs. Charles Hodges and Mrs. Cameron SuAlding were hostesses. ihe dec6ratioiis"caii'led out Ihe color scheme of white and yellow. The; luncheon table was centered with n bouquet oi asters In the thepje color. The" bride-elect's place wns marked by a gilt from the hostesses. Those attending from Blythevilic were Misses Betty and Julia Ann Woodson, Miss Dorothy Higginson, Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. C. R. Pehn, Mrs..Marcus Evrard and Mrs. Erriest Roe. Following the luncheon Mrs. George Burkle, Mrs. J. A. Ward :ind Mrs. A. J. Sumner entertained in Miss Roe's honor with a linen shower, at the home of Mrs. Hurkle on Center'Drive. A profusion of white gladioli was used lo decorate the home. The refreshment table, draped wilh an imported cut-work linen cloth, was centered with a bowl of white r . gladioli. , The reiresnments, served to the 35 guests present, were Ice cream • molded as white wedding slippers *- and individual cakes. The guest included friends from Blyhlevjlle and many former classmates of Miss Roe at South, western, Memphis. * . * • "-McLester-Lillarcl • Marriage Announced ~. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Baker have -- announced the marriage of her •sister. Miss Virginia Lillard to ^Farel Edwin McLester. The wedding ,- was solemnized July the Yar• bro-Promised Land Methodist pnr- " sonage with the bridegroom's fa- ', ther, the Rev. Ray I». McLester > saying the rites In a double rins; ~ ceremony in the presence of a few •"relatives and friends. > 'The home was decorated wltii .* floor baskets of white gladioli nna ^ greenery. i. The bride hod as her attendant, lnce wns ma ,. ked with • Gladys Ypxvell and the bridr- , oj w ,, ilp yiu . den , !1Si v -.groom's brother, F. Ray McLester ( poMowlns (hc ,!„,„„,._ EU!;sls cll _ i joyed dancing. t Friends from Blytheville who attended the event were Tom A. Little, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Sliel- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day. Miss Jane Branson nnd Henry Davis. Bits of News Mrs N. G. Ciann left Sunday for an indefinite stay In Helena, Ark., svltn her dauxhler, Mrs. Peter Morris and Mr. Morris. Mr. and MIS. L. H. Young and Miss Laura Swain liuvc been lour- ing In the Ctaarks and points or interest In Mississippi lor the pa-ii two weeks. Miss Swuin remained in llattiesburB for a visit with relatives before returning home Mr. and Mrs. L. R, Matthews Clothing No1e: Headlines and Hemlines !y Ci'i-lK KINAtil) KI'A Fashion Eili'.m- NEW YCRK (NKA) — Hemlines cixcij 'ewer, find hats carry their \\cifihi higher. These are two of the mcst revolutionary changes seen in fall Jashlons . Skirts are longer ]>y five for instance, is the "Laugh- ing hnt (top, center) is John-Fred- Cavalier's" sailor painted by erics' ^efeothered pillbox of gold colored sntin, -which conforms to the :ong, sl|m s)lhoi:?tte of llic crepe dress (below, center) with Whivh it's modelled. •The J9I2 .chapeau has modern Today's descendants ns. that set- ma Franz Hals. John-t'redenrs adapts this sai 1 or to modern heads (top left) and i; it two brims in two shades brcv.n. Width of 'the hat plus |:;p,in of the quill fcaUince tlie sem-1 offspring's, too. T< e Inches '""' of , tllc (ll ' es;i 'below, left,, 1 |,avp ;ji;:fy crown fall in uneven draper; 1 which Coasts ll9C-inclies of sweep. | He down to cycbidws, and quite 19!i-inclies of sweep. Miss Frances Little nnd Dan Hughes Bell of Memphis, whose' marriage will be solemniy.ed Friday, t were feted last night by Miss Lit- • tic's uncle, Hamilton E. Little and his daughter. Miss Nancy Little, with a dinner party at Hotel Pea- i body In Memphis. The four-course. j dinner was served to the 1-4 guests . 1 In the Skyway. WJillc gladioli, asters and tube 1 = roses formed the centerpiece for | Ihe dinner Uible. and Miss Little's! have returned from a weeks vacation ii< Mississippi. :ind New Orleans. In llatlicsbui't!, Miss., they were guests of Mrs. Matthews parents, Mr. and Mrs. \v. 13. Evens and family. They were accompanied on the remainder of the trip ')V their daughter, Miss Laura Swain. who was vlsillng In llaUiesbius, and relumed there for another week. Condition of Mrs. G. O. Poetz, who Is seriously ill at Memphis Baptist Hospital is slightly improved today. Mrs. John u. McDowell is ill at her hmne on South Higlwuy (il. Condition of Mrs. L. S. llarlmg, who is III al. Blytheville Hospital, is Improved toduy. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welch 'of Selnia, Ala., are with her. Mr. and Mrs. Hene Ganrgc have as their gucst-s her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jones .of Greeuv/ood, Mis:;. Condition of Mrs. George, who 1m sbeen removed lo her home from Blytheville Hospital. Is much Improved. Condition of Mrs. G. G. Hnuhnrd, who was removed Saturday to her horns from Campbsll's Clinic in Memphis, is much Improved. Mrs. Hubbard suffered a broken arm in a fall two weeks ago. Mrs. Charlie /Graves and son, Jimmic, spent the weekend in O.s- ccoln with her daughters, Mrs. Joe cr ir.are, shisli to ns fucli Ka's ure weighty, wide j sk> Mi'd with lance-like boast"I' spectacular width is claimed often pheasant' tail feathers Kiat by a brown woolen button-front lance into space. thuir function for fall -is to balance the longer, fuller skirts. Fur ail of this fashion to-do, old-timer hut styles come Trooping out of the dim or point! dross lied with ;i neckline bow. feathers; /K:e hat of 10M vintage aiso returns in the toque and the pill- of 'thai era, made small enough to avoid interference witti the back.! Castle Walk, cen-t Modern version of the 1914 danc- O-3d cxa!)v.'e js Midame Pauline's p^.ca'iant-fealhered cic-clic of sjiocklng pjnk faille (top, right). IJcre is new ma^siycness iji hats to ba'ance llic loni;er, wider henj- line /below, right) '.\hich stems from (i black W03lco;klaii suit. Wilh Rita-r-ll- Musi Be Eden Applebanm and family and Bob Graves and family. Mrs. corsage . served as best man. • Tlie bride -were R dusty rose drt-vj land pinned a corsage of white ;. carnations at her shoulder. r Several showers and parties hnve ^ been given for the young counle .since their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. > Denny Hammond entcrlalneQ o.i ;the 24th T»lth a shower nt llicir .'home on'ChicVasawba Avenue. . Interesting games were played '. through out the evening with prizes -won by Mr. and Mrs McLester. A I novelty game was n treasure hunt ;-when the guests hunted for glf'.s ^ for the guests of honor. Refreshments were sewed by the? -"host and hostess. The couple is now at home 0:1 South Franklin Street where irie Jgroom is co-owner a! n wootlwors- : ,ing shop. A > , .• • • * * ^ •- ''Miss Orr Becomes «ride of Mr. Heflin . Aliss Myrtle Orr, daughter of >Mf. and Mrs. Jim Orr of Luxor^ r :*ijecame the Vide of James T. Hc'- r'.lin of Memphis, son of Mr. and •-Mrs. Joe Ilcflin of Memphis, in a :-c£reniony solemnized Saturday n', Hhe home of his uncle, G. T. Rich- lardson of Clear Lake Community. ^ The Rev. H- W. Woolen, pastor '-of the Clear Lake Baptist Church -^officiated in the presence, of friends >anti relatives of the coupie. '.- The bride wove a white two-peace •"suit with brown accessories. She ;"pined a corsnge of red roses at '•her shoulder. - Miss Nettie Mae Richardson oi "Luxora, was bridesmaid arid Ro- bert Martin, cousin of the bri:!e 'groom, served as best man. ;' Mr. and Mrs. HefHn plan to muke .Jheir home in "Memphis'. - * • a I'Baptist Women Meet tWith Mrs. Thomlinson :' Mrs. j. \V. Tomlinson wns hos- Uess lo members of Circle T\vo or •.•the Woman's Missionary Union of i"Calvary Baptist Church at her r.home yesterday afternoon. . One new members, Mrs. Jack At- Vtaway, and one visitor, Mrs M. E ;Reed, were present (or the mect- ' ing. Mrs. Cara Prultt gave Ihe opcn- •jng prayer and Mrs. Jim England ^presided over a brief business mtct- _ing. The fourth and fifth chapters of the Book of isiah were discussed 'in a round table discussion. Closing -prayer yas led by Mrs. E. J. Dun ;can. ,.'. , ' ~ Ttie hostess served refreshments 2" _...,. • • • •Picnic Is Given ,JJy Winsome Class 5» "Hie Winsome Class, young mar- iTi«4 women, of the First Baptist ^Church, iwere hostesses to their •'hudxnrtit and children last night '•»ith a i^cnic at Walker'Park. '•* Games were under direction of .Jwlrs. Nathan Marshall and 22 \\erc •present. • ' Their teacher is Mrs. E. c. Brown. Charlie Graves and A, A. Hardy are spending the week in Texarkana on business. \Amoiix those who attended t^ie MOAT production "Martha" Insl ni^lit in Memphis where Mr. and Mrs. Fanner Jingland and Mr. anil Mrs. Worth Holder. Mr. and Mrs. Qus E'oerilt spent Sundny in Memphis Mrs. J. L. pcsliazo nnd Vafo.y returned home -today from Mcni- phis Baptist Hos)>Hnl._ Miss Ruby denn Wllcox, housc- guesl of Mr. and -Mrs.. T. A. Bell and fair.ily, relumed Sundny to her hcme In Conway. -She wns motored •j L>y [Mr. niid Mrs. Bell and son. Thomas. Mr. end Mrs. George Barlmrn had ns Ihcir weekend gue.'it.i Mrs. 'Barham's cousjn, Mrs. 'Belty Vot- ley and her daughters. Miss Anti Caroline Tot lev. and Miss RocerUi Tetley, all of Fnrmington. Mo. Bill Etovrdl arrived Sunday from University of Arkansas, PayelteviUo, to .spend the remainder of the ..... - Summer wilh his narenL-i, Mr. and participating were Mrs. Smith, | M , s w H gtovall who discussed "A Ueautifni Chi- \ v ji iwinburn of Little Rnck nese Chrysnnlliemuin", Mr-,. D. W ns a week-end guest of his sis- Roberts, "Culm Today"; ^Irs. ,ter, Mrs. Fanner England, an Mr. Miss Ann Garner, of Greenwood, Miss., hoiisegucst of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Marr nnd cousin of Miss fettle, also was a guest. Women Discuss China At Weekly Meeting Mrs. Roy Smith was hostess k Circle one cf Calvary n-.iptist Woman's Missionary Union yesterday al her home. Mrs. S. D. McGce opened the business meeting with urnyer. Mrs. Harry Burnett was chru'ge of the program and Uicse L-. Raymond Belknap. "I'm Going To China"; Mrs. McGee. "Lepers Arc Cleansed", and Mrs. John Holmrs discussed "A Lan'l ot Walls." Mrs. Burnett dismissed the group with prayer. * » • Young Women Meet With Miss Graham The Young Women's Auxiliary of the Fii-ft BaiHist Church met last night nt the home of Miss Catherine Graham wilh H members present. Old and new business was dis- S:Serct. J. A. Enochs has returned lo the r.tales after one and one-half years duty in Nagoya. Japan, while he is here he will the'guest of his sisters, Mrs. J. D. Widner, Mrs. Lee Powell and Mrs Screen star Ilila Hayworlh and Anthony Eden, former British Foreign Scerotary, make a handsome couple as Ihcy altend the world premiere in London oC her lalesl Him, ''Down to Enrlh." At The Hospitals •BI.YTIIEVIU.E HOSPITAL Admitted: E. 'L. Holder, Caruthcrsyille. Mo Dick Roberts, city. Bit Malone, illy. Cooper Carver, Bragg City, pi'jmi's-ecl:' Mrs. Carlton James, JUe. 2. citj **'iniis Co?i.i 'Laivson, Manila. MI-K. Glenn iMcCaslin and bab> :?. 2, oity. Jen-.- Hilscll, city. Harry -I urn, city. Frances •Overtiirl, Steele, Mo. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marshe Malone, city, n son this mornin WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: ' W. A. Thomas, Pascola, Mo. • Mrs. B. L. 53mil)i and baby, city Malen Moody, Rte. 1, cily. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. L. E. Sullivan, Wilson. •Mrs. J. E. Ridley, Manila. ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Rnie .Fires, cily. METIIOIHST HOSPITAL, Slcmph Births:. .'; ,'.,.. 'Born to' Mr. and Mrs. Jack < Tinner, OSce.ola, a son. We the Women BY RUTH MIU.KTT NBA SUfl Vrlter "Everybody knows that the GI who went back to ccJIege to finish his education has set records In industry, seriousness ol purpose, and hard work. He h')s teen a pace - setter for, 1 t-hc rest of Ihe, campus. And he; has rightly re-! ceived a lot of' praise from edu-, w'.crs and \vril-f ers. i "Hut somebody ought, to tfive n l p:-.l on the hack' to the y o u n p, Ku(h Mlllp " wives cf these students, who : icerfuliy ran'yms their part le load." soys n teacher at nivcffily where ox-GI's. thesr ivcs and children jre =ro\vd«l >KCthc:' in trailer towns and luonsct hut communities. The luacher points out that in rder to su^p'cinenc the S90-:'- .onlh allowance the GI geti from lie government., mtmy 01 oung wives are working r«; jobs. Sl'AHB" TIM!-: WOliK To illustrate ho;- rtory she loUI .f calling on the wife cf :> OI eUran who did ty;:ina for stu- lents mid facu'.ty in her "si:jre" ••me. Tl'.e young wife loolted us •irefree as liny college girl, her QuoiHet.hut neat and home-like. lie wis lacking lifter her own baby :;nd Ihe Inhy of someone vho \Y3s jpaying tlier us :i baw •it'tcr. But. sure, she said, she -cifd do the .typing—after both children were asleep. "We hove forgotten." says the eneher. "tljat the girls who are iclplng their .husfojmts set an education .are f.Uil war wives and re doing ji=st as good a joh oi sticking by their husbands now as they did during the war." Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. July 29. <UP> —lUSUA) — livestock: Hoys: 8.000; salable 7,000: market 25 lo mostly GO cenLs lower than Monday's average. Top 2i).CO. sparingly; practical top 28.50; bulk good' and choice. nO-2-10 Ibs. 27.75-28.50; 25(1-270 !bs. 23.75-27,50; 287-3:t) Ibs, 25.1!5-2G.r>0; 130-183 Ibs. 25.50-27.50; 100-120 Ibs. 23.7ri-2S.2A: steady cussed during the mceling. During Ihe program Miss Adclin Lee gave a talk on. "Hundreds o Blue .Cotton Gowns" and Mist; Bernicc Overman discussed the Ridgecrcst Meeting. Miss Cliific Overman dismissed tlic group vvitli prayer. The hostess, assisted by mother, served refreshment. 1 ;. to 50 cents lower;; few bi-st li^ht sows, largely 23.25-23.f.Ol bulk weights n.50-23.00. CiUlle—5,700: salable 5,500: calves 2,500. All salable. Market fully steady to strong on some goncl and choice steers nnci butchers yearlings; othor grades about slrady. Ctiws awl bulls, unchanged; vt-alers steady. Choice yearling lype .steers topped at 31.50: a few loafls good and choice steers 27.50-30.51); choice mixed steers nnd heifers 30.00: with Modcna Enochs. Miss Mary jo Hall returned last night from St I/juU where she her spent tho weekend on : buying triii. Hartzog Twins Buried Tivins, a boy and girl, of Mr. and Mis. L. S. Hartiwg were dear! •it oii-tli yestcrdaj' afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at 'Eytlicville Hospital. Bj;';;'.l was 'this morning, 11 o'clc:k at Elm'.vocd Ccnietcry, wilh the Hr-v. Ailen D. Stewart, pastor of Tnisl Metbcdist Church, officiating. They arc- survived by their par- enks and one brother, Thomas, 10. Co'c'} Funeral Home was charge. George F. Golden Of Caraway, Dies in Memphis Blylhevillc residents were warned' today that three men posing as ex- G.l.'s going 10 college under Ihe G.I. Bill of Rights have been reported canvassing homes here to sell magazine subscriptions and claiming • authorisation of the Chamber ol Coir:ner"c to do so. However. ChamhPr of Commerce officials said thai no authorization, or endorsements of such canvassing operations has been given by them. The- Chamber maintain:; a committee to investigate and approve solicitation!! ill the city. Read Courier News Want Xnlicc To My I'alients My Office Js Again Opnii J'hune 2\Ti Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Arc you troubled by dbilre male l< itiuiiihly dlsmrlj- nnces? Dues this inuke you sLifler Ironi piiin. Icel F,O nvrrttmt, lirccl, \v«alc—at such linit'o? Then DO try Lyitla E. IMiifclKim's VccetiiMe Compound t»i roJlt", u Mich fiyjuptoms. I'aniou^ lo lurtp v/t>!iiiMi troubled, this \vayE J^laa a stomachic tonic I Coming Events WEDNESDAY 'Intermediate Department of First Mcthr.dist Church having Shoe- sinning Party. Mrs. L. G. Mush, Mrs. W. C. Higginson and Miss Dorothy Jean HigginEon will honor Miss Mary Sue Roe with a dinner party. Mrs. Robert A. porter and her mother, Mrs B. A. Lynch will entertain with a breakfast party at [he Lynch home complimenting Miss Frances Little. THURSDAY Young iPeople and Seekers Class of First Methodist Church having party and barbecue at home of Misses iva and Ruth Seay. Jolly Eight club meeting with Mrs. Nevill B!akemore. Party complimenting Miss Frances Little to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath. •' ••' FRIDAY Mrs.. Paul Byrum hostess to members of the CBC Club. FOR SALE 6-foot Koch Meat Display Case. Completely rebuilt. Like new, Equipped with new 1-3 HP Frigidaire Compressor. DELL SCOTT REFRIGERATION CO. 1211 W. Main SI. Mrs. Eva O. pickersou. both of Memphis, a stepson, W. H. McCrary of Caraway, four sister.-, Mrs. Ross Beavers of Ciirmel. Cal., Mrs. A. E. Shearer of Monterey, Cal.. -Mrs. Tom Simmons of South Funeral services will be held to. I" 11 ™". Mich - nlul W'- H. E. morrow afternoon. 2 o'clock. fr)r| En nth of Blytheville. and ono Geor K c Fletcher Golden of Ci-.ra-1 step-brother, L. M. Moody of way. formerly of Blythevilje. whoj Cell. died yesterday afternoon, 5 IS o'clock at St. Joseph's Hospital in Memphis. Mr. Golden, who war 69. had been ill only a shrrtl time. A farmer and merchant in the Caraway-Rivervale area for the Accidental Invention When a Ne\v York: tea -merchant hack in 1B33. sent his samples o'.il to cHents in small silk bags, he .unwittingly invented the tea bag. The clients, much lo his surprise, dropped Ihe sample- bags into cups of hoi waler. A bivalve is :i lype of shell fish T jr.ollusk. Pin- Worms ADDITIONAL REDUCTIONS: MEN'S SH (Ventilated) Atl Shoes Valued from $10 to $11.50 Beige & Brown Brown & White Brown Plain Toe Brown Moc Toe Sizes 6i-l 2-Widths AA-D Family Shoe Store good heifer* nnd mixed yearlings, largely '1 \. 00-20.50; common and medium lfxOO-23.00; canncr ami cutter cows 10.00-13.00. Golden in that Blythe- Bly- lifist- several years, Mr. supervised limber culling z rea for m aft y years for villc lumber ccmpnnics. He was a member oi the thevillc MuOiodist Chur-:h. Services will be helil at the home of his daughter, Mrs LaFayette May in River vale, uti.i buriu! will follow in the caraway Cemetery. Howard Funeral Home o: Mfinilr. is in charge. Mr. Golden is survive-3 by wife, Mrs. Etta O. GoUen, daughter. Mrs. May, two : daughters Mrs. E T. Dollar oiv alii Announcing — the Opening Of IHE ACCESSORY SHOP Located Hotel Noble Bldg, Featuring the Following Lines: Hosiery By Koleproof and Will-De-Loinc Slips By Alberts, Inc. Bras By Form Maid and Sho Form Begs By Rambler And Many Other Nationally Advertised Lines Mabel Hogan & Jess Srite Owners Jess Srite, Mgr. Foot Itch-Toe Itch Agonlilng llehlns totture from Foot Ilcb Athlete's Foot). CrcUh Itch iPrurltusi. acitiry Itch. BnrhEr's Itcli, King worm, worm ot the Sculp and other iU-lilug to funjiui tnlcctloiis ts relieved at on contact \\-lth specially prepared. itiflc Bond rase-. A liquid; rlcan to Originated by a Dermatologist. First ottle «u«rat)tcct1 to please'. Sent prepaid, ipon receipt of jiricc, &0c, tl your d™«iM mill not ^nit'lv v.«u ItOTHUOCK DRUG CO- . 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