The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 30, 1947
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PAGE TWQ BLTTHEVILUB (ARKJ COUEIEB NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1947 Emily Wixsoi?, Society Editor ?•>«*• V'JMiss Roe Complimented ^ | At Crystal Shower Tea ; ? Flowers In ptnk and orchid ; J shades arranged (brougham, tlie •'••' f C. V. Sebaugh home at 1000 Hearu : 2 Street formed the setting yester- » day afternoon for one of the Svim- -- fmer's prettiest parties when Mrs. ^SebaUgh and her daughter, Mr* V Cale Shnfler Briggs. entertained ?at'!:30 o'clock :Uth n crystal sh'ow- - *er tea In compliment to Miss Miuy frSue Roe. b> itte-elect of Marcus Jon "Evrnrd. Guests were 27 of Miss * Roe's Blylheril'.e friends. '» Decorating the , entrance dooi 'were large silver wedding bells tied •Jwlth white satin ribbon.. In, Witt •.living and dining rooms wen; \ f of gladioli in pink and. orolitu /shades, pink snapdragons and j»ir. i])!e plflox. -. . '."i*-*! > An uilusually effective, ^decvft' >tion feature was an umbfclb _o t orchid and pink ruffles susiwftd ted from the chandelier. When :n Averted, streamers in the samo col Jors fell to the guest of Jiono r ' •« shoulders with favors for sue *fastened to euch streamer. Th ^ favors of silver beck matches wuv {mounted with tlivi white rlolio '.bows and streamers with the in •scrlption "tie the knot." " While honeysuckle decked I... , archway into the dining room, ;«where pink nnrt orchid colors also .'predominated. A purple floor urn 'held gladioli in these shade.* and vburning pink tapers in silver hold • ,-crs complimented the table cen'.'M 1 Apiece of a pink gladioli tree. ' J Presiding at the table, which ;-wns laid with a linen cut-cl-'th. f were Mrs. Newton Whitis aiid Mrs. fGene Teaford. Individual hen>-t- : Ishaped cakes inscribed with "Joe vand Sue" and other frarty roods Not for Keeps Girls, would yon like to wear 5115.0(10 worth of jewelry? Meg Colby Is doing just that above, but It's only while she models Ihe gems at the Jewelry Industry Fair in Chicago. Her diamond nccltlnce is valued nt SSI.OOO, while the price lag on the diamond bracelet is 558,000. Houseparty Planned By YWA Members Here Bits of News P. T. A. at Steele To Present Ploy Tomorrow Night The three-net musical .comedy, At The Hospitals Hl.yilEVIM-E HOSMTA1, Admitted: Mrs. a. c. Stewart, Manila, Mrs Robert Holly, Steele, MO John Perkins. Manila. —. Dismissed: "Lovzapoppin", which will bs |:rc-: Mrs. John Stevens and baby Mr and Mrs. !>aul Bradley, for- ,c,.|i of Tulsa, Ckla.. nave ur- Ived Iiere to make their homo. They will reside will) Mr ruu. Mrs. acne E. Briulloy nnd faui inlll then ne\v home is complel- 'l.'.uisday and Friday nights by E'.celi'. M3., Parent-Teacher Association In Steele High S2hool auditorium, wt'l serve a double purpose. It will IIIMII top-notch entertainment for Southeast Missourlsns and Noi'llicast Arkausans as well ns lidded licppiness for Steele c/hil- clrcn, fcr tt'liom the proceeds v.'lll be used. Production ol Ihe show, in whbh nil p.ivticipMit'i arc from B'.eele mid .lurrcuiitllng territories, will !JP r. nnd Mrs. J. Gi'.nn find one cf crgaulzatloii'.s major have returned from a •ecks' vacation nt Osnge Beach, Mo. Mrs, W. P. FlUhngh Ims arrival to spend several days with "ler son. W. J. FiUhush, and fam- ly and with her sister. Mrs. J. L. Cherry, nnd Mr. Cherry. Miss Dortha BOKIIII and Miss Alma Cain are cucsts in Joncs- bcn-o today of Mr. and Mrs. car- los Tucker, studenls at Arkansas State college. Miss Joan Trommel ami Miss Jaokie Haslctt of Memphis ;no guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E Hsiifsm and family. Mr. and Mrs. .Ray Cole nnd Mrs Cole's brother, John MoBrlde, am Miss Fxlith IBolineer sjienl tin. weekend in Hot Springs. Mrs. JcVm-W. Thomas and Mis; arv Adah Robinson will leave to- orrox for a. vocation in Cj'ifor- a. They plan to rewirn September steps in its year's project, cf child welfare. Director for the show is Miss Eliz-brlh Rfr.v?v cf the American producing Company of Memphis, former New Ycrk model with [ college major in dramatics. Plan- si wi'l be Miss Jo Ross and others .taXliiK part will include Riis- Prakes. Jack Burton, Gordon Butler. Mrs. T. A. Haggard, Eliz- abpUi Ramey, Helen Martin. Duddi Debate, Terry Drak«, Sam Wallace. Grace Frame. Evelvn Dates Mrs! Alias Wallace, Phil '•Hiunra Cell. Mrs. j. R. Gray and baby. city. i:. I.. Holer. Carutheisvllle, Mo. Births: Born to M>'. and Mrs. Eugene- Mayes. Cnruthersvllle. a daughter thl;j morning. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. W. D. Micols and baby. Sleek 1 . Mrs. Robert Jackson, &.ee]e. Mrs. J. C. Jarrct, Dell. Mickey Forrest, city. Mrs, E. W- Harder and br. Rieves, Mo. METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Vergi! Gilliam, Osceola. M(I.F.MOUK CLINIC, Mcmiiljis. DismiEECd: W T. Barnelt. city, BAPTIST HOSPITAL. Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. George Orebb. city. Mrs. Tom Xenos, city. Lcs'.er Vanshn, Joe !5aliba, Charles Ealiba, Perry 'Nc-al 'Burton and chor- Livestock Dr. Zimmerman Speaks At County WMU Meeting The Rev. H. E. Darnell of Vivian, La., will conduct a revival beginning to night at the First Church of .the. Hazarenc here, Services will bo held at 10 am. and 8 p.m. each day .through Aug. 10, the. J?ov. Daniel Stafford, pastor, said. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, July 30. (UP) — lUSDA) LIVESTOCK: Hogs 6,300;'salable 0,000: most good and choice 170 to 240 !bs. 28.25-28.50; top 28.15; mostly 50 to 75c higher rhan yesterday's overage. Big packers paying up to 28.25; early sales 230 to 270 !!M. 27.50-28.25. or 75c higher. Sows 50e to $1 or more higher. Bulk cowj under 450 ibs. 21.^5-23.25; a few up to 23.75; heavier sows. IB.25-20.25: pigs and lights under IBO-lbs. steady to 25C higher; i:iO to 150 Ibs. 2Q.00-27.7r>; 100 to 120 Ills. 23.75 ("> 25.50. Cattle 1,100; salable 3.5CO: calv-r 1,500, alt salable; genera) tone inv of easiness, despite moderate to light, supply of cattle. About 25 loads of steers offered including a few iu the top end of good grades, but majority medium flrsh- ed. Very little done, although a few medium to good kinds •>• round 25.00-27.00; heifers nnd mixed yearlings, also draggy. Aromr.l 3d per cent of receipts cows; these finding .slow inquiry, with early trade confined to canners mid cutters around weak to 25c lowiv price. Most canners and cutrers 1000-13.00. Notice To My Patients My Office Is Again Ojwn Phone 2112 Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist ^-WEAK- NERVOUS cranky 'every month'? Are you troubled by distress 01 female funcalonnl periodic dlsturb- iuici-5? Dues this inuke you feel so tired. hlgH-striing, nervous— at such llnu-s! TtR'il no try Lydla E. PlnK- Imui's Vegetable Compound to relieve nuuli symptoms! I'lnVcr.nm'E Com? oumi Is miitie especially Jor women. t ntso has what Doctors call » stomachic loulo effect! Any drugstore. "LYD1A E. PINKHAH'S Plans Young for the countywlde r.'c Auxiliary house- Ihe business meeting supper was served. replica overlaid with white aiiet, anil a heart-shaped coronet „ "•with tiny white net ruffles, choree *" 'carried a bridal bouquet of white ^snapdragons and roses with whi'.e iyr D-.,p V c HostCSS foatln streamers to which the gift N-llSS tVOgeib llUMcas •was attached _ _ [With Dessert Bridge ^liss Little and Fiance H'o be Honored at Dinner Miss Msvy Sue Roe. whose, mar- A. o. riage to JDO Evrard will be on of Into Summer's major socia events, Miss 'Betty Jean Hill, am Little, members of the GEO Club wcm With Lawn Party * Mr. and Mrs. *•. t.. -......-, ..-v -- - Vandntu-ciUs of Miss pmnces er/cMnincd Monday night by Mis ^Little, bride-to-bs of Dan Hughes Jla Rogers with a dessert brldra a •BJll of Memphis, will cntn'rtivn the home of Mrs. 'Henry Hum •tomorrow'night with a dinner pai - j phreys, Elfl West Mam-fat. •ty for Ihe couple and their mm-1 I» evcniiiE bridge games pnze "ilics. The dinner will be the f I- went to Miss Roc. who held .nal affair before the wcddlns is score, and Mrs. Joseph. «,MC >£clemnlze« Friday morning. Haney, who won •bridge. Refresh ' Miss Little was hostess today n:ents were served, jtvrith a breakfast al II o'clock forj • • • Jher attendantji. ',,,- »« /-. 11 ;- Among the most outstanding IVhSS IVlcLjregor MonOVS iparties of the many events honor- ling Miss Liltle nnd her fiance Iwas tiic opsn house given Salur- v -'dny night by her sister Mrs. Blan. »S, Heath, and Mr. Heath. Fifty .^uc^t?; rjillpd at!. Ihe Hcalh home .^in compliment to the couple. \ YcilOv; and white were repeated ijfhrcuqhcut the home in flower ar- /ranperrents and table- settings. JOladiuli, roses, njlnrigolds nnri oth- '^r £:ur.nier flowers wc'ro arranged '^in eiitsitaining rooins. i A bridal scene arranged <'n the Viuffst was feature.! in (he dining' 'T o a m, where refreshments of jut *pur,ch and assorted party foods l'* 1 "^- ;wero served. Mi". Willarrt H. Peaie p or Avalon BunCO Clvib .'^ind Miss Frances McHnn-jy prc- jsidcd at Ihe refreshment (able. ^ Miss little was presented u p.ift cf china in her pa-.tern by her Hiost ajid hostess. • ... •Aniiuil Mason Fish Fry i\Vill be Tomorrow Night 4 ? .The home of =Miyor and Mrs. •JE. H. Ja:l;jon at 1412 West Main 1 »St.. will be the scene toirorrow! Alan and Jerry Berry have re- urned hc«i; after spending four ccks with their grandmother. Mrs. W Berry, in Prenliss. Miss. Mr and 'Mrs. Marion Williams .id son, Bill, are spending several ays hi Hope and Mena. us guests 1 relatives. iBefore I'eturning home hey plan lo go to Faycttevillc ar a visit. Mrs E. C. Harper Is in CarutVi- rsvllle. Mo., where she went Saturday I>ecaus5 of the death of her ousin, George Dycus. Funeral ser- Iccs will be hrid today in Cani- hcrsville. Condition of Ed Toiler, who — sstcrs. A feature of the event f day Right vil be a loathing Uea«- ty cor'.'.est foi' three age groups. Music Teacher Decides To Sell Late Husband's Collection of Fine Violins M'-s. -Edith Leahy Stephan. Bly- :hevllle; teacher and lormei] En«!!i-'.i concert violinist, will four valuable violins, which lection. mer in included in her lute husband's col- during a visit, this Sum- Indiana. The collodion Includes' P. Joseph Gunrnans. a Tes'iOic rind a KloVi. Mrs. Slephan decided to sell ihe instruments in Indiana because that as the state she came to 'in .IB tlie britlo "f Gustav Stephan, al- violinisl and then head ot the orchesti'iil department nt Val- P'uaiso University. Valpariso. Ind. Dr. H. A. Zimmerman, Missi;:- sippi Comity BaiHtat missionary, spoke at tlie meeting in Wilst'ii Friday of the L'ouuty Association o{ the Woman's Missionary tji\- : icn, which 'C3 members aUendert. Dr. Zimincrmau discirssed "Baptists and the BiWe". while Mis. A. B. Hill of Luxora, who gave the devotional, lind "do Ye a be Witnesses" as her theme. Mrs.. L-. : G. Miller of New Liberty conducted the mission study, sell assisted by Mrs. D. B. Dled^oc of DlyUicvllle, Mrs. Stanley Cooper of Joinev, Mrs. Howard Number Nine and Mrs, Ercel Skeenc of New Liberty. • Mrs. Orrin Hunt, president of Ihe' Association, was in charge at the meetini;. Miss Mnrcia Lou McGregor entertained last night with a lawn pnrty ; -in honor or her cousin. Miss Mnrglo 'Newman of Riploy, Term., who is spending the week here. Games and dancing were entertainment features. Tlie ; hostess, assisted by her mo- I !ccd drinks. ,, v .. eriously ill In Kennedy Gen- ual Hospital in Memphis since Monday, was unchanged today. Mrs. Alfred Muldoon and children of St. Louis are guests of lier irother. Clair Miller, and family : or several days, The Rev. and Mrs. T. L-. Lewi' left today for Carulhersvil!e, Mo. and Joncsboro to spend several days Mrs Wilson Henry and Miss Lillian Shaver are spending a few days in Memphis. Willie there they plan vto attend the .MOAT production "Martha." . ..,'.. Mr and IXt?. Ebb Spranley arc spsijdlng two weeks on a toui the West. Condition of C. S. Baggett, who is undergoing treatment at Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collins spent Sunday with Mrs. Thelma Atkins Mrs. Ray Mrmn and three children of Dundee, Miss., have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. P. Blomeyer and family. Miss Frances Fields, undenvenl an appendectomy at the Methodis 1 Mrs. Steplian also joined the faculty there. She anO her husband relimicu to London when he was offered a Ijrofessorrhip in the Guild Hall of Miisie in London and she resumed her career as concert violinist nnd reoKal pianist. Their colorful careers also included concert tours in Canada. Mrs. Stephan returned lo America following her husband's death ist before World War II esided in Coming Events THURSDAY . Young' People and Seekers Class of First Methodist Church having party and barbecue at home of Misses Iva and Ruth S*ay. Jolly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. Nevill Blakemore. Party complimenting Miss Frances Little to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath. j FRIDAY | Mrs. Paul Byrum hostess to mem- | hers of the CBC Club. o lilytheville. Now viiiting Mrs. : of Leachvi If-. The wedding wa Griffith L. Gordon in Indianapolis, solemnized Julv 13 ot the home o he w:ill assume teaching at her] ,ihe Rev. F- -M. Sweet, who off: Entertains Mrs. Bill Gl'.bow entertained last niKht at her home on Clear Lake Road for members of -Avalon Bunco Club. In games. coittlition is satisfactory. ^rd Mrs. M. E. (Blankenship o "Minette. to Blllv Rnndolch Houte before comine, sen of Mr. anrt (Mrs. John Hout uitlio ai, Kt North 'Fifth' St. -here the 'Fall. -toute-Blankenship Rites 'erformed in Leochville elated at tiic single ring rites. .The bride were a wedding gow: of ivcry lace and embroidered nc feslsioned along princess lines. He fto'.vers were pink rosebuds. Mis Ionia Leslie oS -MoneUe was he only attendant.- Bc-b Houte served 'Aunouncciincnt has been made of his brother as best man. the marriage of Miss iFrankic Mil-. The couple plan to make their dred Blankenship. daughter of Mr. home in Leachville. Saturday Night 9 'til 1 Air Conditioned Mirror Room Another Promise, Another Picture Mrs. C. T. Sliamlin won bunco prize and high went to Mrs. Norman Speck. Mrs. Haskell Blankenship received low. The hostess served a salau couise \s-ith iced drinks. The lAfrican coral sunke, the IN MEMORIAM In loving memory o! my daughter. Clara Inez Griffith, wh passed away three years ago, Jul 30, 1944. The blow was great, th shock severe. We little thought thi end was near, and only those who lost can tell, the pain of parting without farewell. Friends may think the wound is healed, but little know the sorrow that lies hearts concealed. Sadly missed by all. Urabnr Griffith, father, Alllc Griffith, mother. Evelyn and Bertha May. sis-•night for the annual fish fry oi. king cobra, ami the yellow cobra. le ,- s ' Samuel, brother. {Chickar.awba Lodge 134, F. and A. .are all cannibalistic. I :« The event will begin at 6:30' I •o'clock and guests will be Masons tmd their families. 11 Monkey Shines - ! *i ^ She's nev« «ott«n «a Oscar, bu * Mist Josephine is one of Holly, wood's veteran char«ter »c ttrestei. The 41-jrear-old men i.ker, who m»de her icrten debu \in "What Price Glory" In IKi ', U .now appearing in her 100th " Announcing — ffie Opening Of THE ACCESSORY SHOP Located Hotel Noble Bldg. Featuring the Following Lines: Hosiery By Holeproof and Will-De-Lame Slips By Alberts, Inc. Bras By Form Maid and Sho Form Bags By Rambler And Many Other Nationally Advertised Lines Mabel Hogan & Jess Srite OWMT* Jest Srita, Mjr. Here's another in thai postwar parade of "newly developed cars, which will soon be in production." So far, this is just a pretty picture, says designer Gary Davis, but lie hopes to transfer it from the drawing board to the highway in a Beverly Hills, Calif., ex- war plant. The aluminum vehicle' will cost under S1000, Davis soys. ZEIiLNER'S DIAL 336: Blvtheuille, Arkansas Adm. 60c Inci. Tax Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:M a.m. 1Z:45 p.m f :3». pm Last Time Today The Magnificent Doll with flinjjcr Rogers and Uurgcss Meredith Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day The FLY-INN Eat at the Airport! Chicken On the Fly -Cooked Like Mother Cooks It! COLD PLATE BEEF PLATE PORK PLATE HAM PLATE and All Kinds of Sandwiches! the First Gcte Entrance Leads You to the FLY-INN MARIE KOLWYCK Owner & Manager Thursday and Friday CORKEl MMMEH .. IIUl-IP" ^HOMESTRETCH m TECHN(COlO R/ DiiedFd by BRUCE imMBERSTOHE Produced by . ROBESV BASSLER Paramount News and Short Continuous Slioivins Everyday Four Heads Better Than One Bo* Office Opens nt "!:0a p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1S Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday *l the Boxy. sLast Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Jewels of Brandenburg with Ricliarrt Travis and Miclielmc Clicirel Confidential Agent with Charles Boycr and Lauren Bacall Thursday and Friday F»r a i Smoother, Faster Shave. , , . Remington Foursome. Shaving may never be fun . . . but it will be a lot faster and easier with the Remington Foursome. Comes in sturdy travel case with TQ CO cord. AC and DC I 7.3U current. E<uy Tcrm> Fitzpalrick Jewelry Store H Takes Only 3 Minutes to Open a Charge Account JANE LOUtS RUSSEU-HAYMRD

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