The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 7, 1947
Page 5
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1947 COUBIBK HEWS Rebels Marching Toward Asuncion Unconfirmed Reports Tell of Assistance By Fifth Columnists I1UENOS AIRES. AUK. 7. <UPI — Unconfirmed reports toclny Mild Unit n fiftli column liiis risen in the Pur- nguayan capital of Asuncion and that street-fighting is in progress between the rends and lvml-prc!--s- ecl supporters of President HiRi- nio Morinlgo. The fifth column was reported to have attacked the government troops on orders of the Paraguayan rebels whose columns were .said to lie rapidly approaching Asuncion. There were indications that th 1'nnwjuayan civil war miRht 1) reaching a climax as » result of ;i during maneuver in wliich (lie rebels abandoned their capital of Cou- cepclon ami raced across country to threaten Asuncion before Morin- igo coutd briny up troops lo defend liis capital. There was ni> information on Hi<> progress of tlio rumored si reel- fighting in Asunciun but many re- Marriage License* Marriage licenses Issued ill the office 1 of the cjiiuty court clerk here recently were to the following couples: Salem E. Hitchey a! liirniingliain, Ala., and Miss Kdna George of Urxorn; Walter Gray and Miss ouise Smith, both of nobler. Mo.; William P. Rose and Miss Kathleen O. Ford, both cj lilylbeville; Clarence Paul Powell and Miss Lnvorne Norton, both et lllyihevilte; liny Uewley of Mnihcws, Mo. utid Miss Pauline Sharp of Portns;cville. Mo.; Phillip E. Frci and Mrs. Gladys Thomas, botli of ntylliuvlltc. Percy Privett and Miss Pauline lilce. both of Blythcville; Elmer lee Willis and Miss Patricia Ann Due, both ot niythoviUe; Charles E. Hodgers of Liixora and Miss ports said lha; Mor!n:ao v.'ns himl- jiressed. The altnckitiR rebel columns striking alon); the ParaKuay Hive were reported in some cuuirlers t< have already overrun the bin Cnm- po Grande military base, 10 m from Asuncion where the capital'.', main garrison is established. Campo Grande was said lo have been defended by only a single rcg- iinrnl of Cavalry, all other force: hiivinj: been sent Norlh lo part lei pate in the offensive against Cuit- cepeion. Jhcba Nell Spencer of ArmoreU James W. lioKcrp and Miss l)cl- (hia Lee HaclHi's. both of IMl. Floyd Smith and Miss l)ui>.n!<> emith. both of Dlytlievllle; Herbert <J. Crocker and Miss AlU'e Check, both of F.dwardsvilh-. III.; Oscar Thomas Vcnum an<l Miss Fstella counts, both of Luxora; Lawrence Gammeler of >?t 1 our; and Miss Katharine liower nurlsot^ of lllylheville: nan implies lie'.l of Memphis and Miss Ilellie Frances Little of Hlythcvillc. Urenuon Jnd> and Miss Hetty Sigl'.'r. Ijoth of St. Louis; Malcolm Hobbs and Mrs. Louise Fvelyn Yotter, both ol~ SI. Louis; Jatnes T. llcfllll of Memphis and Miss Myrtle Orr o:^ora; Osvai' McGraw and Mis.s Jewel Pilfin. Ijoth <if St. Louis: Charlie \\'ayiu i \S r ilson and Miss Maiiua Jewell Ife>'nohls. both of niytheville; Wesley F. HIU-- ner and Mrs. Sailie linker, botlf of St. Louis Ll:-yd lihea ot Memphis and Miss Marie Morley ol Stcele, Mo. 4-H Club Members to Elect Officers at Camp FAYF.rih.VlU.K, Ar., Am;. , 1. UP) -As the statewide 4-H Club Camp KCC.S Into Its final dny lo:i\'. t!ie tnain event \ull 'oe the ection ot c-lul) oflicei's for the year. riinci]::il candidates for the club pri'sidency aie: Glen MrDnn'.el of Jaetcson County. Doyle Tulloy "' Ashley c.>Miuy. and Myrilcc Foglc ol Heuton County. Lasi nluhl the ndull leaders elei'lcd a .six-member uoarl to map policies and pi'Oirraius lor the louiini; year. The board Is com- ]!rsed ot Mr. and Mis. Currey Crker ol Harrison, T. D. Uavls ol Walnni Hidge. Mr.s. )!. I!. Lee o! 'Hambmv, Mr.s. Theba Cockrc- ham of Uucly, and Mrs. Murry Hiuid »f Kinmi't. PAGE FIVE Wear These New Dresses Now -Then for School! Reunion at Hcbcr Sprinys urnrn SFKIXCIS. Ait. AM-J. 7. cUP)—llel irJn;; Arkansas An!"-, :• -m Lcnion Comniatuler •• J. \Vr:;h i y Kainpie]- of ftojjer.s o;ji'j\r-l lite sixtieth unnuitl Cleburiii- C'<:i!iit>' soldiejs reunion with :m LuUlie,, today. 'J-'oll:. win:: ^ampiri 's atld'ioi. he New Pavement Opened In South Arkansas OAMDIW, Ark., AllR 7. (UP) — •'•"(•Hi 1 Highway :o froir. .Stciihcn: in McNeil l s open lo traffic, today nfli-r iM'inii completed by the Mc- Oi'orwe Construction Company. FIIZPATRICK'S Wilt RE GOES WITH You'll marvel at the beauty of the fine jewelry in our superb collection. And the lower prices make every one on outstanding value. LIBERAL CREDIT T E R M 5 B IAOVS ' SlRIIIStONt O 1 Q RING. • If, HI C. DIAMOND WEDDING COMBINATION. BUDGET TERMS D "All i F.IPniSFOIIE KING. £AS~f TERMS t. MATCHING COSTUME $1.22 TKJ AND EARSWGS CREDIT TE5MS F DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT 39 7^ RING. . ** •• TERMS G HANDSOME ACCtS- SO95 SOSIt\ [OR MIN. £• | BUDGET TEEMS VAWATCIItSIN.A JOJTS 11V Of SIYIES. *™up mm 2.98 You got quality find style in new full dresses for girls! Cliuinbraya . . . brotulclollis . . . poplins . . . ginghams — from the fnical inilU in America — and every otic washable! IlriU !i;inl colors; new, effective coiiibiiiutions! AIL kinds of snappy Iriinniitigs — riek rack, einliroidery, ii|i]ilit[nc, piping, novel buttons. Slyles to suit cadi taste, every size and shape! In sizes 3 to 6x, 7 to 14. ATRICK JEWELRY STORE It Takes Only 3 Minutes to Open an Account Extra Styling, Extra Wear in These BETTER 3.98 Wonderful lo wear slraiglil tlirongh Indian Summer — ihc colors arc gay as fidl itself! Striking plaids, checks, 's, patterns, as well as solids — dathingly I rimmed! Tub them often — llrcy'rc nil colorfasl . .. Sanforizcdf or |iic;luunk to stay like ncu:. 3-Ox, 7-14. 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