ps Berryman Wit) Wed in September IDUB BLYTHEVTLLB (AWt.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1947 EmOy Wixson, Sodety Editor PhoiM 461 lr. utd Mrs. Ralph Araiine Bei- <ki bhelr 2«th weddin,: an- hcrury announce the cv.gage- nt and appioiching marriage ;ihelr. daughter, Miss Miry Sue to Alvin Howard Gi ~oi,.Siiec]c. Mo,, sen of Mis. Graham of Steele. Flans for tl e marriage, which be solemnized Sept. 1, will be noounced later Berryman was graduated Blytheville High Schoo!, where ,a member of the National Society, (Beta Club, lied iper Club, Garden Club find * Club; She attended Texas t*ie College for Women. Dcnton *x.. the past year. Mr. Graham was graduated from ^le 5&gh., School before enterlni it Anhwd Forces, where he swc< three years in the European Th«He is now employed at Aikan- Power Con-.pnny I' Engagement Announced '&-', M?ry Wrighl Becomes Bride of Harry Grav' •.'F'JThe -wedding of Miss-Mary Wrlu'.U daughter, of'Mrs.-Frelda L. Wright, kod H. B. Wright, both of Blythc- Tflle. to Harry C. Gray Jr, ol JBJjtheville and Maysville, Ky.. was »c*emni?ed last night at the home olUbe Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor ot Vafsl Baptist Church, who offi- etfted. -Vllrs. Margaret Crawford was her iiister's matron of honor. She wore »n aqua dress trimmed with pear) liuttons.. and-pinned a corsaje of gink astors st her shoulder. v'The bride wc;-e a two-piece white Bummer suit with matching ac- ^essories nnd a corsage of while jfcters, and, tuberoses with a fluff . 4f white maJine. J£ Ernest Hayv.es of Blytheviile ijerved Mr. Gray as best mini. ;vSIrs. Crawford will entertain to- uiorrow night with a reception hon- Ofing th'e couple upon their return fjiprn . a brief wedding trip. They ^•jl.1 • be', at home at 2118 Chickn- r sawba Ave. •; Mrs. Gray was graduated from Blytheville High School and now ..»'employed ot Ar>:ansHS-Mi.TSuni'i [ Bits of News Mrs. J. O. Moore and son. \VI1- limn C. Moore, of oookevllle, Trmv, arrived lust nlRlit <° spend 10 rt»,vs ns Kiiesl.s of her d»U|rti(*r. Mis U. II. Holt, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Holt and son. Bill, motored to Memphis Icr them. Miss Pandorla Whltwnrth and Miss Jane McLcod will IOAVO lo- nlght for Chicnpo where they will spend n \veek vacation. Mr. and Mrs. 'Farmer Engi.ind ami Cnrl Judd arc in Brlnkloy io- dny to nllend funernl sen'lcfs lor A.'c. Huddleston. who died We<l- nesduy night. Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Simpson have returned from. » t\vn weeks vacation to Detroit, Mich., whfrc they visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbur Plckett, ana Terre Haute. Ind., Miss .\fnry Sue Bcrrjman will become the bride Sept. 7 ol Alvin Hcwuid Graham of Steele, Mo., her parents, Mr. and Mrs. RttlpV Armine Berryman, announced today. Mrs. By rum Hostess To CBC Club. Guest "graduated from High S:hot)l in UaysvlUe. A veteran of four years service with the Army Air Corps, tie held "the rate of stnlf scrsic'Uit jut the time cl his dlschanre. He now is connected with Southwestern Belr Telephone Company, .'i • • • • Memf-hian Speaker Here •*' Dlclc . Shcrrlck of Memphis, ,ior- jmerly of BlylhevJUe. was gutst. 'speaker 1 last night at a meeting of the Brotherhood of First Methodist Church. :'"A supper was served. Mrs. Paul Bvrum was hostess lo members of the CBC Club ami another guest. Mrs. fioss Moore, yes- icrdny afternoon at her home on HhUlwny Cl South. Mrs. Frances flnrdy received high nnd Mrs. Lcndeunlo Fowler i won second high In rook games, i Rooho was won by Mrs. Cornelius Schcrer. The cnlertalnitig rooms were decorated with bouquets of dnhH:ii, gladioli nuil snapdragons. The hostess -strved a salad plate OIK! Iced drinks. • « « Richardsons tntertaui With Bunco C'ub Pavty Mi. r.nd Mrs. II. B. .'Rio)i»rdacn 'ltc-i-inined the Couple Club Tluns- »y iilfht iU their home on Vine The EcSr at the Airport! ChicksR On the F!Y •Cooked Like Mother Cooks It! <:OLD PLATE BEEF PLATE PORK PLATE HAM PLATE and AH Kinds of Sandwiches! - the First Gate Entrance Leads You to the FLY-INN "MARIE KOLWYCK . . Owner & Manager Phone 545 Street with a three-courje clinne party. When the eight members pic sent played bunco prizes weal t' Glenn Johnson, high, Mrs. Johnsor rooko, and 'Mrs. Richardson, low. A profusion of mixed Summe flowers were used for decoration in entertaining rooms. Recent Bride Honored With Afternoon Party OSCEOLA. Aug. 2. — The horn of Mrs. J. II. Lovewell on Hal Avenue was the setting for members of the younger set ycr.lcr dny afternoon from •1:30 to 6 o'cloc when Mrs. Ixn'cwell. Mrs. Charle F. Ilnle, Mrs W- E. Hunt an Mrs. Harry Oliver entertained compliment to Mrs. Richard Edwin Prewitt. a recent bride. The refreshment table wns laid with a lace cloth and centered with a crystal bowl filled with garden flowers in mixed colors. Summers flowers In low bowls were placed throughout the home. Miss Katherine Hillhouse Bride of Joseph E. Argo , Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Katherlnc El- I vlna Hlllhousc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs..R. O. Hlllhousc. to Joseph Euska Argo, son of Mrs. Joslc Argo. all of Manila. The wedding was solemnized Juy 10 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. David v.'iih the Rev. C. J. Rushing, pastor of Manila Baptist Church, ofliciatins. Mr. nnd Mrs. Argo will make their Home in Manila. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Engert. Miss Patty Glacner of Hot Springs Is the houscgueM of BUi StovsOl Jr.. and his parents. Mr. and Mra. \V. H. Stovall, for the weekend. Mr. and 'Mrs. P. D. Foster are in Clarksdale, Miss., tor tho weekend a.s guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haire. who are entertaining Riiests with a housep'irty. Mrs. Frnncls Gammil Is spenrt- <• several days tu Greenville. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ful'cr of earcy arc weekend quests of Mr. ml Mrs B. A Lynch at their ome, 1115 West M«in St. .Mrs. Rrdncy U BanLMcr nnd Mrs. '. D. Foster spent yesterday in lemphls. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stout and laughter, Man- Ann. will return unday titter having spent a, month i Little Rock as guests of relat- ves. Mr. and Mrs N J. Humphrey are ipendlng the weekend In Comltti Miss., and Savanna. Tenn. Mrs. IT E. Neblutt mother ol VIrs. H. G. Partlow has arrived ii iilythevllle lo make her home. She formerly lived In Little Rock. Condition ot Mrs. L. S Hartzog undergoing treatment In Blytheville Hospital, is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. William J. FHzliu?! went to Memphis yesterday, wher Mrs. Fitzliugh wilt enter the Methodist Hospilal to undergo a:i operation. Dr. and Mrs. John E. Clouse of Cookevlllc, Tenn.. have arrived to be the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe, and family. They will remain here for the wedding of Mrs. Clouse's sister, Miss Mary Sue Roe, to Marcus Joe Evrard, which will be solemnized Aug. 16. Mountain Top Living Given New Emphasis Tlu»si> who know Mrs, Carroll \V»l*'.>i\ <;! Osceola will find <iou- Wo plrasure In her first publication, a collection of poems, short stories nnd "catchy" sayings cor.i- plUM In a book entitled "Let's Live oh tlu 1 Mountain Top." iU's Wutson, who uses her given UHu'.r. l(?«lna. In her work, bo- llvvi's In "living en the mountain top. rhose who live on the mountain have a longer day 'hail thwo who live in the valley. Somo- t Inn's :il! we need to brighten .rjr day Is to rise n little higher," she explains. And the words of Inspiration and wisdom unct "ditties" of sheer nonsense which she took from hor saapbook foi this collection »lll- make anybody's day a lil'.le brighter. The author Is like her collection of works, reflecting warmth and richness In spirit and an c".t- look that life Is good. toby, At The Hospitak WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed : Mrs. Ruth Bralcefleld - and city. Wiltord Turner,' Manila, BLVTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Ethel Spears, Armorcl. W. H. Ferrell, city. Robert Ralney, Cooler, Mo. L. C. RollLson, city. Dismissed: iBob Malone, city. M-s. Oliiiidc Hankins and Wardcll, Mo, Mrs. J. H, Naves, city. Mrs. Irving Turner, city. Mrs. Kola [id DavU, city. Dick -Roberts, city. Mrs. 'Roy Goodman, 'Manila. Mrs. Eugene Mayes and baliy Curuthersville. Mo. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: 1 Jlmnile Lynch, Osceola. Robert Lynch, Osceola. ba.bj The book is a "evc:.viiay people" compliment !o mid unknown nmhoi'S. The author of every piece in her book is no longer known. Asked if this would be her only nllnnpt lo have her collodion published, Mrs. Wntscm said, "I hope Ihls book is just the first. 1:1:1-. there will be others." Although she knew months ago thiH :!'<: book "Let's Live on (lie Mountain Top" would be published, the mo- tics'. Mrs. Wntson kept it secret 11:1- il the book was oft the prc.ss Tax Collcclions Headed for New Highs for State LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 2.CUP) -Record-high tax collections during the 1947 calendar year have been predicted by State Revenue Com- nissioner Otho A. Cook, Releasing collection figures tor July yester- lay, Cook predicted that collections will reach the staggering total ot $65,000,000 during the 12 months ending Jan. 1. Collections so far this year have topped $40,000,000, some $8,000,000 more than during the first seven months of 1946. July collections were slightly more than $5,000,000. improvements Made at National Guard Armory Improvements to the Armory on Second Street ate expected to b« ornpletccl today. Capt. J. n. Hce-. ler, commanding officer of Conir iany M ot the Arkansas National Guard, said yesterday. ,'A new roof has been p:it on , the building and new plumbing and •lectrical systems installed, he said.' IVTost of the interior, has >cen re-palntcd as well as the oc- tcrlor trim. /The work was done with state funds and local labor, Cf.pt. Rccdcv said. Church Name is Changed The nsi:ne First Lutheran Churth has been officially adopted to, replnce the name Pilgrim'Lutheran Church, by which the church at the corner of Sixth and Waln'jt Streets as been kno'vn many years. Church ' members decided to change the name of the church whcji they began plans for building a new chepcl. The Rev. Robert Jaeger Ls pastor. Coming Events MONDAY Royal Neighbors meeting with Mrs. W C. Lessen, 400 North Fifth St.. 8 p.m. Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting at the church. 2:30 o'clock. Business Women's Circle Number Eight of First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. W. Sykes, 1519 Ash St. Mrs. Eugene Teaford will be hostess to Delta Delta Delta Alumnae ai her home at 519 North Division St.. 8 o'clock. Ladles Guild of First Lutheran Church will have monthly meeting at home of Mrs. Weldon Nebel, 1033 West Ash St.. 2:30 p.m. TUESDAY Mrs. Grover Wren hostess to Jolly Eight club. Miss Jettye Huffman and Miss Ila Rogers will compliment Miss Mary Sue Roc with a dessert bridge. • '. WEDNESDAY' Mrs. John C. McHnney, Mrs. K. It. I =J: Jackson and Mrs. Joseph W. Me-1 ;•: Haney will entertain with a des-1 :*. sert bridge honoring Miss Roe. I V THURSDAY I >| Mrs. Hunter C. Sims and Mr.s.j^ Rodney L. Banister will be hns- I '«! tesses with a bridge party for Miss! Roe. FRIDAY : Mrs. Hcrmon Carlton and Mrs. Eugene Tcaforrt will, honor Miss Roe and her fiance. Marctis Joe Eyrard. v.'iih a buffet supper. Mrs. Cornelius Scherer hostess to CBC Club. Methodist Youth Fellowship Council of First Methodist Church will meet with Miss Ju Ann Trieschmarm. Farmers Receive Higher Prices For Some Crops LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 2 (UP) — Prices received by Arkan sas farmers advanced seven pe cent during the month ending July ' 15. the crop reporting service sale! today. Prices are 23 per cent above a year ago, and only two per cent below the record high of Oc 1 ., 1040. Higher prices for most products were almost offset by sharply lower prices received for fruits. T'lS service said that food grains wer2 up 12 per cent from a month ago; feed grains and hay up six percent; cotton up 13 per cent; oil bearing crops down four per cent; fruits down 35 per cent; meat animals up three per cent; dairy products up two per cent; poultry and cgjs up six per cent and miscellaneous products up two per cent. Prices paid by Arkansas fanners for feert are up from a montli ago. Governor to Receive Paper's First Issue iPRESCOTT, Ark.. Aug. 2, (UPl — Arkansas' first citizen—Gov. Be 'Liney—will receive the first cop of the first issue of the nc~v Ne vada County newspaper, the Prcs c'ott Daily Mail. The Daily Mall's editor, Sai Drake, said today he plans to fl to Little -Rock Monday altemuo to present the "first-off-the-prc» cr.py of a 40 page souvenir Iss' to the chief executive. Drake sai Governor Laney promised to I waiting at the airport. Editor Drake is formerly ol Fo •Worth. Tex. 'He has been in tl newspaper business for eight year and is an Air Force veteran World War II. Robert Schumann wrote many of his best com|>ositions ,\vith a which he found on Beethoven's tomb. CROTCH ITCH Agonising, itching torture from Crotefc llch IPrurltusj. Foot Itch lAttilclc'l Fool), Barter's Itch. Factory Itch. RLnsworm, Ringworm of The Kcalp and other Uchlnf due Lo lungua Intectlons Is relieved ftt incf on conlKtt. wjlh specially prepared, irlenlltlc Hondraie. A llnulil: clean I* •j»e. orljmnietl by & netmal'Jloslst. Flral lollle suaranlffd to please, fcem prepaid, mon '•• i -i ...v r snr. • • ^ ROTintOCK DllUG CO. l're.scri]ilii>u Hjk'cinlirls i05 West Mimi IMiorie 4M Oi top medium and low good western grass steers, 25 50; choice S7o i'a mixed yearlings and 790 Ib. straight hnifers 30.CS; good cows $1"}.00; jjcocl heavy beef bulls 17.50; good sausage bulls 17.00; choice vcalers 25.CO; good and choice replacement .steers. 23.25; Imlks for the \veek; good and choice steef.s 27.CO-30.50; Jow to top mediun^, 25.00-25.50. Gun Girl Ordered Held For Trying to Rob Bank FORT SMITH. Ark.. All?. 2. '.UP) --United States District Attorney R. S. Wilson says the case of the bank robbing Fort Smith K eirl will probably not be heard district court until Monday. (Wilson 'made his statement tif- ter a conference with Federal Judge John E. Miller and the girl's attorney Hugh Eland. The girl—identified bv police a: Isabella Tinney. 21. of Tulsa, Okla. was charged with the attempted robbery of the Port Smith Cits National Bank hursday. She is being held on $5.000 bond. iBland saitt yesterday he believe? the girl is mentally ill and tha he will ask that, she be committed to an institution. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show PtartH 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m «:30 Saturday Marshal of Laredo Will Speak in Memphis The Rev. Robert Jncger. pastor "of First Lutheran Church here, will speak tomorrow at Trinity Church In Memphis. Tlie. Church pastor. Rev. A. Brugge. Is,attending the Centennial Convention of the Missouri Syno#i Luther Church In Chicago. Livestock Church Laymen to Speak At Tomorrow's Services Gus Eberdt, Jr.. will speak in the morning service tomorrow at First Methodist Church and Harvey Morris will be guest speaker for Ihe evcninn service. The Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor. Is conducting an cvancellstlc meeting at Yarbro Methodist Church Manila Couple Married Miss Winnie Lou V/lIUams became the bride of Clarence A. Holt, both of Manila. In a ceremony July H at the home of the Rev. W. H. lion, it Jias been announced by the bride's : pare.nts, Mr. and Mrs Herman Williams. Mr. Holt Is the son or Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holt. Manila News Mr. and Mrs. Clint Morgan had s their guests for a brief lime W All V/ork Done By Factorj'-Trained Men Filzpatrick Jewelry Store .; It 'tikes only 3 punntes to open an account Canning Peaches Elbertas jy the or Bushel ;•; >::»:>:>>>::c<:c»:>>::»:>:>:>'>::*>:>>:>:>:>'*>->>->'>''*"* : -* :: *"* :: *"* : -* :: *~* : -* ; -*"* :: *"* :: *"t»- CITY LOANS 1 Repayable in Small Monthly installments Low Interest Rates Quick Service ._ * •>' T*r ''• " *BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 124 W. Ash St. Phone 3545 with Bill El-nlt Serial "Jack Armstrong" nnd Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 lo 11:30 No. 8 .ST. LOUI ENATIONAL ETOCIC- iT'ARDS. Aug. 2. (UP)—Livestock: Kogs 2CO. Compared with close ist week, piss steady; light hogs 60-243 las.. 55c hiijhcr; heavy but- hers 50c to extreme $1 higher; ows 75c to $1 higher. Cattle 103; calves 50. Earmarked ir Monday compared \vu,h close ast week, [jood and choice steers steady to 5?: lower; common and edlum SL'c to Si lower;; heifers TIH! mixed yearlii\Rs showing .sim- lar trend grndc for grade; co-.vs iround 5Cc lower- medium kina olf norc; bulls steady lo 25; lower; vealers $1 hicbcr; replacanent steers Ktron:; to unevenly hi'-hcr. fcps for the week: choice 1D87 Ib steers 3150; 1141 Ib steer:;. 30.50; V. Burris. Mr. nnc! Mrs. E. C. Burris and son. Charles, of Potts Camp Miss; Mr. and Mrs Francis Chandler and children of Lorii. Calif. Mr. and Mrs w. C. Maitghan and daughters of ParaRould. DANCING Saturday Night 9 'til 1 Air Conditioned Mirror Room HOTEL NOBLE Sunday mnd Monday Bing Crosby Producers me. presents ANNE NICHOLS' Abies Irish Released ih:u UNITED ARTISTS Fararnoant News and • Shorts ConUncow Knowing Son. 1:15 U li Adm. 60c Incl. Tax COMING SOON TO TIIK RIT7, Aug. 6-7-8 "The Yearlins" with Gregory Peck >t Jane Wynun Aug. H-15 "Stallion Road" with KotKilcl Reagan & Alexis Smith Anr. 17-18 "Shocking Miss Pilgrim" with Betty Gralilc and Dick Haymcs "The Hucksters" with Clark Gable, Deborah Kerr .t Ava Gardntr SPECIAL! BANANAS 12k Extra Large Fully Ripe Ib. DiNE IN COMFORT ENJOY THE F/NESr FOOD IN THE COOL, FR/FNDLY ATMOSPHERE OF OUR DINING ROOM Box Office Opens nl 7:60 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:80; Stirts 1:15 Continuous Shows S:vl. and Son. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored "on Sunday ftt the ROIT. 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