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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 6, 1947
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f\\ 0 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) R NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1947 Emily Wl**»n, Society Editor Phone 461 Dessert Bridge Honors Miss Roe, Bride-elect ?- Miss Jeliye Claire Huffman and 'Misr Ila Rogers, assisted by Miss "'"Huffman's mother, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, entertained last nlplil with n (lessen bldge complimenting- Miss Mary Sue Roe. brlde- elecl 01 Marcus Joe Evanl. Lnsl night's affah. one of innny honoring the popular bvlde-lo-be war given nt the Huffman lioinc OP wcsl Walnut Street. Fi-agrftiil roses, snapdragons and ustors were ai-rnnged throughout ilic home in low bowls anil v,'litt.» MiatdiiiBons and Ivy clccornletl the mantel. Individual vases n( roses cciUered each ol llu- four small I'iDe;- where guests were served. Mrs. John E clousc ol Coolw- ville. Ten"., liousegnesl ot Miss Hoc and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ror, was a guest. In brictgc games. Mrs. K. H; Wcodson won high score piT/r- and MIsc Julia Ann Wocxlson held siv- onr! high. The bride-elect, who wove « dusty rose chanibray frock and u '•insane ot asters presented to hi'i 1 by he hostesses, received silver in hei pattern m a gift, from Miss Hoffman and Miss Roger.-: South America Subject At Missionary Meeting Dipping Supersede Through a Straw Bits of News We'll Miss This Buss—Gladly A I J. W. Sykes Home South America and its religion were discussed by members of I Missionary £ocletv Circle Seven Rm-ln/icc WfHnfM\ nf First Baptist Church Itwi niijM l UUMIK ^ "wiiu.ii when 'Mrs. E. M. Eaton \vi:i Juw- iess to the group, Miss Huby Brown led tho opening prayer nnd Mrs. John Tyrone had charge of (be -.jrogram. Assisting her were 'Mrs. Hernm Shepherd, who discussed "Meeiiny the Gauth_ Amerlcim"; Miss Cath( rino Powell, whose .su'ojcr l w.'is "Baptists hi South 'Americx uiul Their -Religion", nnd Mr.s. Geovfii.i Walls, who had "The Cull ol Needy 'Neighbors'* UK her subject. Ylie meeting was closed with circle prayer and refro;shiii( v iH;i .served during the .social him: 1 i <v - vs I Mr.s It's stupendous, it's colossal—it's Hollywood. This super-ice cream soda being sipped by n comely qunrlct was a screonland dance Ui- I'cctor's idea of helninc the cals combat the licet wave. Mr. and Mrs. Harol UK! Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sykos are in Cope Giiatdeau. Mo., for the Uincra! of Mr. Sykes' bro'liev, C. C. Sykes, who tiled 'I'ues'day morning ' The Rev. Bernard iBracxin and I lie Riv. ill award Stone )uve ic- mnied t'l-om Sedalla, Mo., where Ihe; conducLecl a two-weeks Kc- nnil niei'liiiB. En route home, Iliey were yticsts in St. Louis of Mr. i'.nd Mrs. Vernoii Mecritl. formerly oi filyllieville. •Mr and Mrs, Marion Williflui; ::ni .son. Jlill, have reliutv;il from ii irip to Hope, Mcna ind F.iy- I'llevillc. Mrs. Williams' sister, Mrs. I'l-ankiin Hort.,n, it net two ehil- dren, I'rank anil Mary Cliur!6««. ol Hope m:.'<,mpanied tliein h?r« lo spend two .vi'cks. .Vrr.s. IJ:>!:t-r Wilson is in Mciu- pliU, this '.vetk lo be witn her s-sli'i 1 . Mr. 1 '. >'• V- Harwell Jr., who n'cenily niKierwcnl. an operation. Tin 1 Mm born lo Mr. and Mrs. Al Gray 'yestr-rday at I'io Metlio- -Huspital in Memi)his has' been named Alt red Tortil. Mrs. Gi'dv i s Die lortner Mi^s . Sue liai.iey, daualiier of Mr. mid 'Mrs! C. W. llasm-y of HlytUe.'ille. Mrs. (leoi'iie Cirebb and Mi>. IJcrlic Hawks .spfin, ieiderdnv in M ijniJtiis. iMr.-,. ili-li-n Blaekwell roHimfd yenlerdny alter .«pendina Die p:>si i:i Tampa. Mil., '.villi Mr :ui<; Mrs. Juhn C. Keele. She a'.io \isil«l friends in l/ikt'llni'.l in id Haine;; Citv. Ha. Mi-is Jennie V Sharp of Urink- Icy nnd Miss Joan Dorrjs of conn- oil muffs, Iowa, returned home vestcrday after havinif ueon Die Per Capita Earnings in Arkansas Soar LITTLE . ROC.K, Ark.. Aug. 0. 'UP)— A per capita income of $7C9 per ciii/.?n dtirinp, 1940 was predicted by the 'Arkansas Economic Ccnucil —Stale Chainber of Com- rjierce today, the highest in Ar- ::ai>sus iiist-oty. This figmv was announced allf-r lio council detei-Linnrcl Dun Ar- PAIIKN'TS CAN 1IKI.I 1 •Any parent willi daughter ouyht to make lo notice i! Uiat j s iiic • girls receive in Kansas residents paid 85 per cent noic in federal taxes last year Dian in Hie previous la mouths. For the liscal year ending June 30, 1847. Arkaii.snns paid federal tuxes amounting to SlC9,01i5.li13. compared with tl9l.361.C3l for tli'. 1 siscal year 1945-4fi. The council said Arkansas readied this hifc-h tax figure de.spiip the fact Dial federal tax rates were reduced during '.lie year. it city alter dark. [I a is. he should de- jnuml thai the city oificlals I'KIKP whistling and yelling a 1 . Biiis " liunislialilf offense, so Hint w&mi'ii cuii enjoy tiie rif-hl t» iva'.k alo'iK (he streets without, annoying :<L- tt-ntiun I'j-oin .strangers. , Or he should tio bark lo the old- liishioiicd rule of nut leltin,; his daughter wander around towii Mi-rots at niijlil uiios:-<>;-li'd. Too Late to Classify for Sale that followed. Osoeola Parties Honor Two Teen-age Visitors •I he Business Women's Circle Eight of First Ullptisl. Church met Monday afternonn al the home ol Mrs. -I. W. Svke.s v.uu eluhl •members present. Mr.s. .1. V. Oolf cave !!ie o]!en- ins prayer and Mr.i. J. ;i. Vmi- I Patten presided al Die briel liiit'i- 'ness se.s.-.lon. Mis. W. R ICia.; bad 'charge oE lllf program "in Scunb I Ainm:ra. Alsn lukini; pan v.cir Mrs. H. W. Woolen. Mrs. Pyies, [Mrs C!3lf, Mrs Vesta Hownn aiut Bobby Priest. Mrs. VanP.ilK-n eci Ihe -.-losinK pra>er. :I'-()l!cwlnsf tlic ssrKi inents of iced drink'i ivere .served. Mommy, Party Given Manila Girl Married n Virginia Ceremony quests ol Terry Ji., (iiimes t>.r Mr. and Mrs. K. and Mrs. Hoberl. " brief time. This Is a fond kiss—token ol alleclion Irom Lillle Tyke, his 11- months-old r^' lion cub, says George H. Weslbeau. of Auburn, Wnsli. Okav. GeorKe. vou can have it. Mr. aivj Ms. Ai'nel IhiHon of MH- ilLa Inwe unnounced tlie inuiTlit^o >1 Uieir (ImiBhU'r. Miss Allcln Hutton, U> fjciiinan Pirsl Class .liinu-s I,. BaW) nl lii'ciiiinl. N. C;. The wi'dclmti was soleninl/ful ,luly 2'2 in the ehitpnl ill tho Muvnl Mini: CleiinL in Yorktuwn. Vn.. by Oliup- Juln CliLirl«; D. liuUey. Tin; forlde. K\ven in nmrrbipr liy lier nnirle, Uyroii M. Owen ol York- lown. wore ii street-length while Hummer erepc dress with inntclitng ncrcessurles and a >->i'suye of urchid.s. Miss Mnrjurif Hiik'y. her maid of lumor. chose a liivciuk-i' Summer 1'rfjck atid curried an arm of white gladioli. :ieanmn First Class William Hall or Yoi'kto\vn was the bridegroom's Ije.sL man, Mr. and Mrs. Ov.'cn cnleiirunecl with a reception following the ceremony. After a \veddini; trip, the couple .will make ^thcir home in Yurklown. Mrs, Bubb wn:; ^i-aduated f]-om iliven by Mrs. Robert M. l.op.n uLj Manila High Scbool and took a her home nn Kentucky Ai'emie.I al Kai;le Heanl.v .School beie. The hostess wa.s assir,;?.! by bei | Hbe i-, IHJW mnniiBer of the beauty niothcr, Mrs. A. L. Sltleliottmn of at the Naval Warfare School ileridian. Miss ''» Yorktown. r The home was attractively dec- Mr. Habh. .son of Mrs. Garland orated with garden flowers f'ov Hie Vauuhn of St. Hreimrd and the !atc occasion. .James Bnbb, was graduated from Ounsls included Miss Jacqitcllno lirenard High School and attended Dufhilo of New Orleans, house- Duke University before enlerlni; the guest of Mi5;s Modint-ei 1 ami her Nnvy. Mrs. A. I.j. Sidf-bettom will leave tomorrow to return to her home ir> Meridian, Miss., atlcr liaviug been Ihe snest of her daughter. ! Mr.s. Robert M. lx>gan, and fnin- ! ily. here. She will be uccompauled j by Mr. and Mrs. Uofe'an and Uieir ' ':on. Hoane, w'io. \vill visit relatives In Meridinn. Mr.s. AiiKU.ste nnfhilu .of Nfiw Ci leans will 'irrivtv. l-Jinui rov.- l»i sjjencl Uire.e weeks wiiri her sister, Mrs Cornelius Modlnper and fain- Miss Maiulle Mndlnaer. bride- elect of Peter. Ja'.ncs l.anman ..ot Orleans. - w:is complimented parly OSCEOLA. Aug. 5. — The social •„ . - ,. »• ,• calendar is highlighted this week for IVlaUGIC IVlOUingeV by a series of parties l>clng given for teen-age guests from out of town. The first affair was g:ven Mon r day night by Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Bragg, when they entertained 100 yesterday wilh ,t inornmi; yonng jieople at the Delta Club in compliment to the visitors. Mis;; Grace Johnson of New Castle, Pa., and Miss Frances Chnmberlin of Memphis, and their hostess and the Braxton's niece, Miss Inez Henderson. Guests were from Blytbevillc, Memphis, Joiner, Wilson and Osceola. Miss Johnson, Miss Chamberlin. and Miss Henderson were compli- i parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Cornelius mented yesterday when Mr.s. Ben • Modir.yer. P. Butler Sr.. gave a luncheon at A salad ])lnte v.'n, served. Hotel Noble in Dlytheville for n ... Club is Entertained By Mrs. Bbnkcnshi|i y fov mi'inbrr:; Bunco C.nb und Mrs .Bill Ferguson. In narnrs. ln:n.;o went !o Mrs. Bill Cii'.br.w. hi;;h lo Mr.; Korniiin ie;:'fi and lo\v to Mr.s. r\.'i':;;non. The hosier:; :;ri-vi'd reljTsl.mer.I-S of watermelon willi i.-eil r'.rinVts. J. W. Adorns to Head Visitation Committee Coming Events THUaSDAY Jolly Sight Club meelina with Mrs. drover Wren. Mr.s. Hunter C. films and Mrs. Rodney L. Banister will be tesses witli a bridge party for Miss] Hoe. FRIDAY Mrs. Hernion Carlton and Mrs. Eugene Teaford will Honor Roe and her fiance. Marcus .loe Kvrard, wilh a buffet supper. Mrs. Cornelius Scherer hostess to CBC Club. Methodisl Youth Fellowship Council of First Methodisl Church will meet wilh Miss .lo Ann Trleschmann. We the Women BY HUTU MH.I.KT NKA Staff Writer Three sweet - faced Rh'ls, hot- i couldn't have been snore limn Holly 2 llvi- . S251J Ci) living " OA v.s Division In Illlln:-. .1 DHlven'fl 01 teen years old. wen; the niain street of Within a lilock three difiesvnt walking; v.lon:^ :i siniill city. Miss* Croups of men or ioys slewed down v.-his ' Mrs. Grover Ashley returned h(;nu i toduy following tlismisKal 1'roni the Baptist Hospital iii Memphis, wliere she underwent an op- eialton. eratin:!. Mr. Ash!.>y wont down in the ambulance to accojnpany ber ^b-. and Mrs. Chjrle.i .Van Dine arc spending a few days in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Business. Miss A]ni McLeod is in radncaii. Ky.. where she ir> r,pendim? ^si weeks vacation wilh friends.;ttnc relatives. • Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck have returned after u three-weeks visit h their daughters. Mrs. M. N Young of Danville, Va., and Mrs. I. E. Etts and Mr. Ells, of Portsmouth. Va. Mrs George D. Pollock, who has been visiting her parents in Hailwood. Va.. for' the past month, accompanied them home. Boy, Wading in Pool, Killed by Lightning PANAMA CITY. I'l:l.. Am: IUPJ — Alvin I.ipsily. nine, of B mingham. Ala. was killed W'h wading ye-s:rj<day when he -A;;S struck by lightening. The child was in six indies of water at Gulf Beanh when he v j as struck. A your.; companion sufr-.-r- ed burns and chock. The companion ran lo no< i / Jake Li|>.sity !.ithr-r of the ix>y. at )he nearby co'.ln^e in which t v u v y were staging Ono HohtH'r iiccordion. 1-0 liass, lilat-ii and white finish. I'i'itcl it-ally now. l r oi- sale wilh cast' al half l>ricu at ISrooks Musk 1 Slnri' 107 Kusl .Main Slm'l. 'I't'le- phone SI!. sii ck II Wonted to R«nt Rnth Millelt From Adams' RECORD BAR Wayne King—Tho Church in Ihe Valley. Wayne Kine—Melody of Love. 'The Three Suns—Peg O'My Heart. Tommy Uorscy— Boogie Woogin. Artie Shasv -Star Dust. Artie Shaw—Begin The BcBUine. Spade Cooley BOBB'S Uooisie. Cecil Campbell—Midnight Bougie. Johnny 'fyler Texas Red. Dr. Clayton—Angi'Ls in Harlem. Walter Davis--.JnsL One More Tim: 1 . Artur Rubinstein—ttacinnaninofl'.s Concerto No. 2. Itnrbi—Music to Remember. Jose Ilnrbi . l j olonaise in A 1'lal. Vladimir llorowif/.-Muimlii'.lil Sonata. RCAV ICTOIX RECORDS Ihi-ir curs, tied. I'lici yelled anart remarivi it them. ' The girls had-, r.'l done niijtbing to ^all lortli the whistles. Til fir preltiness and their iroiitli did '.hat. Why shouhi youn!^ Kir )>ilt up willi tiial sort c their o'.vn home tov.ns? , 'Why can'i they walk to and j from a movie at night, without, be- ill^ whistled ui by sir.nri nlccks? I Yet, in most American snail •owns and cities today, they can L Tr..e police will give a ticket toi the driver who parks five min-| ntes overtime in a restricted zone, \ bvit the smarly behind the of a lar who leans out. and holler:at every girl or group of girls walking alonK the stree; iinn't even 4 room ujifiimtshrd ii();iilim-iii, Kin nit h(jit:;e. K<-<: C- 1). (Bu!;j Kt-t- ger. Phoiu- 119V7 . Ji (i-i>k-l> Lost < j 1 1 11 Sjillfold l)4!Lv.'(.*<'n Lihi-nv 'in. I \VhJifiltVs. l.lhprul rtwitrcl. Mr.s. Ooyle HfiitJcrsoji. lUrtl W. Ash, ph. 2970. Weak,Watery Blood Blamed for Making Men and Women Look and Feel Older THAN THEIR YEARS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phone M>71 20ti-OS W. Main Following the luncheon, the yioup attended the movies. ji Notice to the Public: % pi have moved my office (of f| Rothrock Drugstore % Dr. C. E. Wilson 2fc?ss<K Do You Suffer Distress Of ^ FEMALE COMPIAIHTS . Wrtti Uncomfort- v able Fullness? Ate you troubled by [Usirc.-is of female Uinctlonnl monthly disturbances? DocS this make you sutfcr from pain, feel so^ nervous, restless, weak—at mich times? Then &•> try Lydla E. PinXham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! In a recent medical test Ptnkhnm'a Compound proved remarkably helpful to women troubled this way. It's v.-hat Doctors call ft uterine sedative. It Ima a grand soothing effect on o;ie of irovn- an'3 mott important organs. Taken regularly — Plnkhntn's Compound helps build up resistance to such distress. Al»o » (jreat itomachlc tontcl LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Booth at fair Planned By Demonstration Women Plans for a booth at thf* Missin- sipn (j'ounty F-'nir werr <li5<jusscd ty nit 1 tubers (;l !..onr Onk Homo Demonstration Ch:h at ;i nu-ol'iiy M'jjici'iy allornnnn at : ii- 1 intuit 1 o! Mi's. Glen AUxundc r. i iMi«. It. R Onvi;; nave llv ^orip- JLuiT reuaip.ii und Mrs. Aw':cir.;l"r , inuclo u rcptnL so tin- nin? v/miKi^ irosent. .'lie linstt'sr, sonTrj n-tn-shi irnts chicken :uilacl wilh ten unccnkc, J, W. nAihu chairman ol n rtJiiniit iKe u vi:iita!ioii ciu light al Hit- lloiud of i\cetiug ot Uu- First, • hurch hold at D. H. Aincy p. Adam 1 * gave Etl;io;il:on Me', liodisl chiH'rii- luul Miss Mainii? a brief clrvoiioiuil LiH' tin- biisiucv:; ihr :»r.(l JC MX'onds later pro- J nn :\ st-iTi'ii li:r. LJCI-LI tlc- Roail Ct-nrirr Nt-w.s V/ant Aih. Al The Hospitals BLYTHEVlLbK HOSPITAL. Ad nulled: Mrs. Herbert Wilson, city, Mrs. Ethel Hammon.s, Steele. Mo. Lav in a Crump, city. Rcnalcl Dallavd. Manila. Disnils-sed: Mr.s ElHs Wheeler, city, Hirlhs: novi) In Mr. and Mr.s. James B. Hnbbard. East Prairie, MO., a daughter yesterday. Bom to Mr. and Mr.s. Edwarrt Dyer, city, a 'laughter this morning WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mr.s, J- II. O-'ffln and baby, Manila. Will Carney, city. H APT 1ST" HOSlMrAI.. Mr-mplils POPULAR PIANO and Personality Voice Years of Successful Teaching Experience For Information Call Mrs. Eddie Salibs 124 E. Kentucky Phone 2536 How do. you feel at the end of-a day? p' 5 tlmt old time P«P and drive lacking? .dij i £ave you C hecked-up on your blood '"- strength lately? Thousands now regnlii- • liig ylowiiig good looks and vitality j tliroxigh the release of vibrant energy lo every muscle, fibre, cell. Every day—every hour—millions of tiny red-blood-cells must pour forth from the marrow of your bones to replace those thnt are worn-out. A low blood count may "affect you in several ways: no appetite,underweight, no energy, a general run-down condition, lacJc tif resistance to Infection and dlsense. To get real relief you must keep up your blood strength. Medical authorities, hy analysis of the blood, have by positive proof shown that SSS Tonic is amazingly effective in building up low Wood strength In non-organic nutritional aneinla. This Is due to the SSS Tonic formula v:hlch contains special and potent activating ingredients. Alf.o, SSS Tonic helps you enjoy the food you ent by Increasing the gastric digestive Juice \vhen It IK non-organl- cnlly too little or scanty—thus the stomach will have little cause to get balky wilh gas. bloat and give ofl that sour food taste. ^Don'L wnit! Energize your hotly with .-ich. red-blood. Sttirtori SSS Tonic now. r\s vigorous blood surges throughout your v;hole body, greater freshness «nd htreiiKth should make you ent better, sleep better, feel better. Vv'ork better, play better, have a healthy color glow in your skin—firm flesh flll out hollow places. Millions of battles sold. Get a bottle rmm your drug store. SSS T^nlc helps JiullU Sturdy Health. B. A. Lynch, triiy. METHODIST IK^S?! Dismissed : Mrs. H. O. PiirMo'A" , Momphir. I an A aiso wort 1 inaile lor Im'- thor ^rocuic-nu-iK of books for ll'e church library and u coiiimiueo s clpsigriaic;! to \vork on (hi:: program. ^fiic business meeting \vas Tul- toucd by n EOL'ia! hour. \ u ZELLNER'S Ausira'.iA ha.s COO.CCn :hci?p. w 2.DOv.OOD baU»s ol tr.ovo than 10H.- icli produce sonic \vool annually. Taylor Sand & Grave! Co. River Frond End of Bushy St. Caruthersvilte, Mo. Several Thousand Yards oi Material Stockpiled No Waiting For Loading Orders Promptly Filled CEMENT Phone 573 ContiniKius Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2-.00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 1:30 pm Wednesday Thursday and Friday The\earlin GREGORY PECK JANE WYMAM IN TECHNICOLOR M-G-II! PICTURE Sdecfcd Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day i 2 ON ALL: Little Girl- Pino/ores Sunsuits Dresses Coofs — Robes and Accessories COM INC SOON TO TIIF. KIT/, \UK. M-1S "Stallion llo:ul" wilii Knnalit ltc:is:m ,V Mtvis Smith \UK. 17-18 "Slim-kins Miss Pilgrim" with K«Uy (iral)lr. anil tlltk Ilnymes •The IlucIiStrrs" wilh Clark fiublf, Deborah Kcrr .V; Ava Cnnlncr Box Olficc Opens nt 1:00 p.m. Show Star(.s 1:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:90: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. »«iJ Sttn Bargain Night F.vcry Night Eic' Saturday No pawes honored on SnndJT »» the Koxy Time Today ( Little Boy THE TOT SHOP 202 W. MAIN . Blytheuille, drhansos 110 So. Second Sr. Phone 2308 • Faff Coats • Suits • Sunsuits • Pajamas Fear in the Night with Dl-Forcsl Kelly :mrt Kay Srolt Selected Short SubJfcU Thursday and Friday' .M'G'M's,

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