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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 9, 1947
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PAGE FOUR BLTTHEV1LLB (ARKJ COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, 'AUGUST 9, 19H7 Emily Winon, Society Editor Phone 461 Modinger Announces Plans ( For Wedding to Peter James Lauman .' Miss . Mauri Marie Modinger, .jhndc-elecl ol Peter James Lau- laam o! New Orleans ar.d rtiu(?h- fier o! Mr. and Mrs. Ccrnelius fMc-dmger, today announced (the ]<Ute and j>!nns for the wedding. j'.'The ceremony will inke place at |JO o'c"p:k in the morning on Sat- aurflaj. -Aug. 23, st the Church of Vlhe Immaculate Conception. The Rev B. "Francis McDjvill, past31-, »IU officiate, afsistJd l>y the Rc». Pail! BuJar^Xt, assistant pastor. Miss -MsciiiJScr will be given in arnpge by her father. Mrs R. W. Vrsha w:il bo her •J.sistcr s iiK-lron of honor and Glen- Ida Leo Poetz. 'ycuiij dsttjlUer of |Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Poetz, will he jh'er junior bridesmaid. i Carl Cooper of New Orleans will fserve Mr. Lanman as test man. JGrcoinsnicn will be Cornelius MLiri- [in?er [Jr., brother ol 11)3 brij'-'- *clect, and Wi'liam M. Hcdjson of jNcw Orleans, her uncle. J 'Nuptial music will be presented jby Sister M. Dclarcs, •;}: 'Fallowing the ceremony, Mr. and JMrs. iM^dinger will entertain : Ja reception at t'.ieir homo, 1015 2\Vcs"t Walnut St., for relatives and {intimate "hlends of the two fiMii- Silies. e 'Iv^ny out-of-town guests will [be here for the wedding and rc- •Jccptien. From ' Sew Orleans v.i'.l .ftc Mr. nnd Mrs. ?3?tan, Parents of "jfelcct; 'Mr. ?.nd P. 1 sMrs Augn'tc p'ulhilp, and dauah- Stcr, Mis-. Jacqueline' Dufhilo, Mr. S»nd Mrs. Augur.te CiilhiUo Jr., ;>n.l Jinfaivt'son, Mr. and Mrs. Hoslgson .|nnd son,, Wil^P.m M. Hodgson Jr., lall relatives ol the bride-eleot, and : |Mrs. Emll Hcbcrt, aunt of Mr. flnuman. I' i" Other 'guests will include. Mr. i D ,, DUtlel R* C niaiy >->ux Koe, Honors Fiance Mr. and Mrs. Hennon CarUoii and Mr. and Mrs. Kuycnc TcEiforrt ct.tetUimcd last nlyhl with a buffet supper honoring Miss Mary Sue Roc :uid her finncc, Marcus Joe Evmrd, whose \vcdrilng will l>e .sol- einnlxtd An^. 1C. The slipper was given nt- the Cnrlton home at 10-17 Chickusawba Avc. D^conilions were hi pnlost pink and \Uiiu-. These shiitlc.s wore, u.scd iu attractive dining table centerpiece of ro.sct and white cnndk'fi In silver holders and oilier nrnincc~ incnt.s. Kach oJ the small tables whore tiic IK £\i?s\a were served was ccn- leL'ed witli a miniature vase of pink and white flowers. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. John K. Cluuse of Cuokcvillc, Tent;., Robert L. Gardner of Pnrafjould. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest line and Mr. mid Bits of News Mr. Mrs. 1). 1'inincrich of iMr.Co.T.b. ;Miss., and (heir Ivo tons wen' ovcrnitjhl visitors in B ylliei llje while en route 'o Si. L-/ui.s. >Mr. ICmincrlcli is |)ki':li-iiur of the McCoji-.b Knti'ipiise-.i-iur- IKll. Mr. and Mrs. Hulls "Huddy" Jar- rctl and son :'f Cxford, Miss., liave arrived to spend foveral days svitli Mr. Jarrelts brotlu;r, Oils Jarrett and Mrs Jiirwlt. Mr. and Mrs. <.',. W. Gnrriiian 'in'l daualilcr, Miss (Jay and Miss Jo Ann Trioshmann wont ! Memphis yesttrriay. where lii^v .''•• landed (lie MOAT protiiu'ii".:]. '•NiuiKhly Marltitu". They will re- tui'n hDnie loti,-.y. Miss Mat'i;ar(!i Crook, dairjlit"!- nf Mrs. J. K. Crook, will arrh'C Inmor- roiv (mm Ilalon nou^e. where •shi Mrs. Marcus livrard, parents of the ls ., K t m ient at Louisiana ShUc Um- Biivsls of honor. |versity She plans to !><• here llnce bride- weeks before .she returns '.<> Ihe University, where she will b • ;: Mrs. Clousc, sister of the elect, assisted t 1 !. 1 the James I/ui1: rides roc ni- Mrs. Schcrer Hostess To CBC Club with Party enlei tr.ined Friday afternoon nt the I home of Mrs. Cornelius Scliercr. Uuiln" afternoon fames Mrs. O. O. lilkius won high, Mr.s. Scliercr won second and Mrs. Leon Scliercr received rooi;o. > Following yamcs the hostess xerv- . cd reireslimeula of Iced drinks with salad plate. St. Stephen's Episcopal To Organize Men's Club {and Mrs. P. B. Levy of Houston, ' JTlxis, Miss Rosemary Model, Miss (Mary EMclinianii and Miss Rita [Cisscll, all of St. Louis. A Men's Club will be orgnuiztJ r. rk ii :>t El - Stephen'; Kr-iscopal Chvfh buppei", 1/ance-tO HonOV M' was decided nieht nt « nicet- ¥/•• f^ .. r\ /' U 11' 1 '-? of "' ne "icn of the rhiirch and King Lotion Upcn Lioltcrs j n u . i,, y , tn der, wniinm • J. ritx- ' hugh. J) Visiting golfers here for the King Cotton Open golf tournament, being held today and tomorrow, will be honored tonight v.'lth a buffet supper and dance- at the Country : , More than 200 guests are expected. They will be men participating in _-the tournament and their wives or ;swcethcarts. "- J Among the hor.orccl guests will be \Vilford Werhle of Louisville, Ky.. ''considered one of the b?st amateur golfers in the nation, and possibly »Mrs. Werhle. : . ' • * • • Youth Rally Planned —^Thc" Rev. Nelson Rea-jan 01' the BclJevue Baptist uiiurch, Memphis. Tenn., wi I be the speaker .it a "Youth For Christ' 1 meeting at The club will be organized and officer selected P.I a meeting Aug. 18. Mr. Fitzhugh said. Fred Galiba uas named temporary chairman lasl night and John McDowell nppoiirtcd temporary secretary, ether men who made Initial plans for the organization were D. G. West. o. O. Hardaway. i,si- ear A. Star;-. M. S. Yates, A. o. Ehiblcy. Jr.. Henry Hoyt and Mr. Goddard. K'I the Baptisi Church here next i Dismissed: h* * nr.ii>. ~~~t*.. niniif I A'Irs. Rnl At The Hospitals liLYTHKVH.LK HOSPITAL. Admitted: Mrs. Tom Hardin, city. Mrs. Floyd Densmore, Manila. Mrs. Sterling Conley. city. Mrs. Herman Graves, city . Mrs. Roy Goodman, Manila. Mrs. Harold Hamilton, city. j Thursday night. NOTICE! ', Now Opening Hours Open . 7 a.m. Close . . 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and "Friday Nighln Open Till 9 P. M. The WASHERETTE Automatic "• " Self Service LAUNDRY Phone 966 Mrs. Robert Halley. Stcelc, Mo. Ronald D:\llard, Manila. John Perkins, Manila. \VA1,[,S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Fred Tnlkinston. Ilnyti, Mo: Hnrvey Nelson Cox, Stcele. Mrs. U. S. Hopper, city. Mrs. J. W. Hargett. c'ity. Mrs. A C Harris. Rt 3. city. Miss Ruth Farmer. Manila. BAPTIST HOSPITAL Dismissed: \V. I. Osbornc. city . Luxora News Mrs. Charlie Thomas was lio.-,- tess -to l> n-.cmtcrs of the MeMi- •:clist Wcslcyan Guild in her borne Tuesday niEht. Mrs. A. B. l)t-z"!i. rrogram leader, led in the di.w sion, "Our Homes for Children". M'.~s. Charlie Thomas gave the dc- .•olional. Uurini; the social lieu which lollowcd the hostess served -n ice;) plate. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coat; r.iolor- enlor next yi'nr. Mrs. n. W. Wyllc, who has ti-en hdfi^oin^' trertinent at the Methodist Ilospilnl in Memphis i':>r hi; past two week;,, will return home tomorrow. Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn and graiKl- dauKhter. Sally, and Mrs. S. W. Ijarlon of Lexington, Nebr:, will Riiend the next three weeks in Nebraska and at the Hroadmoor Ilo- lel in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mi'rs. Lloyd Wise underwent a iniuoi' operation at the Del'aul Hospital in St. Louis yesterday. Mr. Wise and Mrs. Nell Heusler of St. I^oui.s are wilh her. Mr.s. Marvin Niuui spent yesterday in Memphis aitd she was accompanied home by her daughter, Miss Mary Frances Nunn, a .student at , Southwestern, who will spend the weekend here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Foster will have as (heir weekend Henry M. Uoach of Owensboro, Ky. He will be accompanied home by his father, Seymour Roach, who has been visiting here for the past two weeks. Thomas Hawkins and Mrs. Madge II. Jones of Memphis will spend the weekend here as quests of their •.:nrents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins. Charles Ed Jones who has been visiting his grandparents here will return home with theill.- Sandra Kay Wilson, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Earl Wilson, who has been ill for Ihe past week in Iho Methodist Hospital in Memphis, was lismisscd yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. P. IX Foslcr Sr. lave left on a two-week trip l< Vashinslou D. C.. New York aiu Mints in Canada. They were joinet n Memphis by a party of friends. •d to Atkins Sunday f.:r Mrr. boat's father. Ale:k Crrals, who VAC I bicn visttins liis oilier d.uuli- er. Miss l/zzic Coat.s, for tho pjist nonth. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver and .ons. Tommy Joe and .Ray Junor. of Grenada. Miss., spent Friday and Saturday wilh 'Mr. CXiv- parent.s. Mr. und Mrs. J. S. Oliver. Mrs. Oliver accompanied hem as far as West Memphis where hpr other son. Una Oliver, net her luul motored her to his ionic in Hughes for a with li.s fnn'.ily. The Haptist Women's Missionary Kccict-y met in Ihe ch ireh Tuc r ',day afternoon for a business nuvt- inr:. li. B. Price of Ti;p'_-lo. Miss.. spent the week-end with >iis wife \\l\o is vi'.'^init her motln-r, M Allie Spann. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Spi r;->mj']Lincntcrl i'u'ir ,sf)n, RirlKi on hi:; twelfth l:ir!hday Tur.;i:ay witli a birtlKtay parly. Coming Events MONDAY Circle Koiii' of the Woman's Aux- llli-.ry of First P'csbyietlan Church will iiicel with Mr.s. H. M. Huffman. •2 North Ninth St., and Ihe HUM. "is Women's Circle will meet at (he chim-h. 8 o'clock. Woman's Hm-U'ly of Christian Korvlcc- ol l-ir.n Melhcdtsl Church Hireling at Ihe church for business and program session. Hostesses will lie Mr.s. C. O. Redman, Mrs. W. A. AfiHek. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, Mrs. A M. Him, Mrs. P. E. Dlack, Mrs. Henry Humphreys, Mrs. R. I!. Stout, Mrs Mini 1'r.chard, Mrs. L. M. liiirneli mill Mrs. li. IJ. Oakes. Woman's Mtr..s f onary Socifiiy of Fir.'il Church will niccl In circle i;rou|>s Circle One meeting at '.he church; Circle Two with Mrs. K. K. Conies; Circle Three with Mr.s. tj. K. Kdds; Circle Four with Mrs li. c;. Cash: Circle Five. Mrs. G. V. Daws and Circle Six, Mrs. Alvln Huffman J;. Woman's Society of Christian .Service of I.•.•_:«• Klrccl Methodist Church mcotinn with Mrs. W. I Given. :tH North Ninth St. Young Woman's Auxiliary of First Ilai>tist Cliurch meeting al church with Mrs. Russell Bangh. Mrs. Fied findinaii will Ire 1103- less to llnehiinoinn nridfjc Club. C/I-"O dull v:ill be eiilcrtained by Mrs. Hay WhHtUlKton. TUESDAY A'.alon Dunco Club members will >c Kiiests of Mr.s. Haymond Sham- WEDNESDAY Mrs E. li. Woodson and Mr.s. C. n. Prim will honor Hrkle-fclocl., Miss Mary Sno It'ie, and fiance, Marcus Joe Evrard, with dinner >arly. Junior lio\'al A.^ocialion of First U:i))tist Churrh meeting at the chinch. 3:30 o'clock. TIIUnSDAY C1N11 llimco club meeting wilh Mrs. l^ouis Zeller. FRIDAY Mrs. Alvin Hardy hostess to inem- uers of the CBC Club. Mr. and Mr^. Marcus Rvrani cn- IcrlainiriK wilh rehearsal supper r Roe-£vran.! wedtlins party. SATIJHDAY Miss Mnry Hue Roc will become (he bride o[ Marcus Joe Evrard in ceremony a'. 7:30 o'clock in the evening at First Baptist Church. Gar Hunters Using Arrows Make First Kills in Monroe County ,,','.?''','-h, CiU " V1 ' : ' A A L k " AUl5 ;, a ', t<n 'S» "We of the fish's hack, nml Ul'i-.lhi! uiuciuc Ai'kmisns Bow came out about three Inches of the Haulers Club was Hushed with initial success today as Ihe first or- i;ani/.»'d bow and arrow gar hunt iiire Ihe white man ran the uljor- Kinal Indian out of Hie slate opened u-ar here last niyhl. The lirsl trophy was gained last ilnlit as the vuuuunrd pitched camp Mallnx Hay on Ihe lush banks 1,1 tin: While Kivor in County. Two oiii'mlxcrs of the hunt—R. c. MarKiTii anil Franklin Bcford of l.iillr I luck'— Biilncd the first vic- tiuy wlilln "casing" Ihe 15 - mllo shoreline Ho find where the yur are IIKB.I plentiful. 'I'be trophy was H four-and- oni'-hulf fool silver-ijrcy Kiir, which wrt^lwd inure lhan -10 poimd.s and measuring six inches in diameter. 11 look two arrows to kill the (jar hut tlio lolliiu; blow was struck with a :<:>-m:-h solid aluminum inlsslo, lin-d by MncICcen. 11 pierced the under side. Scford finisbcd the fish with a wooden arrow shot just back of the head. This first important kill preceded by a number of hours the main purl of the hunt which will begin at dark tonight. However, it has de- lnolltilr »t«<i Hint large gar can be and arrow, provided ng enough arrow Is used. The aluminum missle used was originally i IVIMI,.. i Mm,, no killcd wltl1 to c a strong enou Osceo/o News L .11. Still Sr.. of Atlanta spout lasl week hrrc as Ruest of his .son. the Rev. L. R Still Jr.. and family. Lewis NailliiiK is spending several days in Cnp? Girardcau, Mo with friends and relatives. Mrs. J. U. Mitchell has gone to Uaton Rouge. La., to visit her .sons, John Boyd and William Terry, students at Louisiana State University. John Boyd will receive his Masters device this month . Lumber Burns In Big Fire In Smackover f-'MACKOVEH, Ark.. Aug. 0. iL'l'i- -'lllc IS-iicrc sloriigc V'U'd of »• innrninolli J. W. Reynolds iniui-r Co., here lay in onibl'vs lc:«l:.y iifti-r a devastating lire ra?- •d for hours yesterday before burning iiti'lf out. 'fin- \ard is across Slate llich- ivay 7 Iron) the nniii plant v.'hicb s not damaged. Fire do'N'Vt- nts Irorn Carnden and El Dorado assisted the Snmckofur de]>;'.! uncut in confining the Wane to ihe storage yarfi. RSL[mates of the. dLiinaye were tiu' iinnicdiate'y available, Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Sav.ngs Low Net Cost Protection For Service W. L. TAMKE 4*8 K. I>»T!S Bt, P. O. Box 431 Phone 24S7 Blrthevillr, Ark. frowned mion by nioul of the bow I hunteis, but U has pi'oved to l>c the real hero of the hunt, so,far. The aluminum arrow Is the invention of Nay Lay of Pine liluff. Scford and McKcen, the first of (he bow hunters to arrive nt Will Sweat's eani|), South of here, were primarily swilling the bay last night In preparalion for tonight's hunt. They reported gar floating In large i SELL • Your Car j While j Prices are j HIGH! | SH ELTON i Motor Company I119W. Ash Phone 438 Forest Fires Raging In Area Around Hope ' IT ILK RCCK. Ark.. All!:. 9. iri'!--At least live forest fires ."ntimirHl to r.-iRc out of control -<«::!> and southwest of Hope in ilir- Hodcuw liotioiiis lod:iy. Sfile Farcstcr Fred lyuiR e',ti- in :rd that inoir.; ti:a!i 2.COJ acres '.v.i:, i.nmed over wlsilr bet.\vecn ^0 and R'l foroslnrs and vohinU'ri^ Ii:i; :!H iiie b'.az^s with state fire j-lms and o'.lier cquiinneMt. At 'e:i.s'. two dwellings were destroyed. " 1 .*; said that at least ;>} finTit firiv; were burniii-i over sonic 2.- fO' to 2.7C5 acres of Arkansas lim- bcTlands yeslcrciay. study of "Farm Appraisals". Tllis courso is open to all realtors and is tnught by the faculty of the University. Gors Describes Hughes' Hearing. As 'Nauseating 1 NASHVILLE. Tcnn.. AllE. 9. (UPI —U. S. 'Rep. Albert One. D, Tern., described 'the Brcwsler ommittec investigation of Howard lughes' warplanc contracts .rs 'nauseating" and "pi'.eously suc- ecdins in lowering the presti:^> of Congress." In a spee-h over a naiion'.'.Lie •adio hookup last night, Ooi" ;,lro ittacked Rnpublie-Tii cluims of .cco- uimy and charged the G.O.P. e>-o- \oniy flrive b^ireti down but 'Ynr- eedc<l in cripplinp sonic very \i- nl and worthwhile services ' "The ihinir Republicans <ii-l ir I, qnilc seem to realiTC." lie t :ud, was that President Truman trimmed the hudsel to the hone '.K'i'tre he sent it to Congress." LUXORA. Ark.. Aug. 7. — Wcrt Steed and fifteen of his "Future Farmers of America' boys spent from 1 July 28 to August 3 al Hot Springs.. Tho:^c m;iking the trip were 'Wisler Wrhif:. Richard Lee. Junior Walker. Jininiio Tucker. Sonny Steed. Jimmie steed, diaries Harwell. Hilly Farley. R.>b-il Ciray, Marvin Hull, Paul Karch. Cleo Hanna. Bobby Yales. ,J. I.. Campbell, George Mc- Lciiclon and W. A. Steed. niunbcrE. In addition to landing the big fish, tliey kllledx nine smaller gar and lost an addifional number when woollen arrows lulled to penetrate the lough skill of other fish. 8 oz'A'Grade All White Duck 9' and 7f Bcmis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS Delicious All-Fruit BANANA SPLIT Made with FORTUNE'S FAMOUS Ice Cream! Special Saturday & Sunday Wood's Drug Store 221 West Main St. Phone 507 Continuous Shows Kvcry Day Box Office Opcris 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN XO KLCN 8:00 u.m. 12:45 p.m 4:39 p.m. Saturday Caruihcrsvillc Infant Dies --Funeral .^rvicrs were held this niornini,' at Memorial Park Ccmc- tcrv for l.r-adi.), McElroy. Dight-clay- old son of fil\ff Scrgt. and Mrs. .hws McKlroy ,\\ Caruthersville, Mo., who died rurlv this morning at Walls Hospital. His parents ,irr iiis only survivors Sergeant McK'roy is stalioned at Fort Kno:-:. Ho!; Funeral Home was in charge. I A ncw-p. ;-e air - conditioning i nnit for homr:, \vi:i mal;p room free of cU:s'.. soot, and pollen. Air-Cooled IV r S T O for Good Food iThe cafe at -!09 \V. Jllain Street, foi ', merly linown as Tlic Wonder City Grill, has been bought by Elliott and Theima Johns, and will be known as the JOHNS CAFE. Open day and night except Sunday. Closes Sunday night at 10:00.o'clock—Reopens Monday movning at 5:00 q'clock. Visit us soon for truly fine food! 4 Plate Lunches — Steaks Chicken — Hodges Chile — Sandwiches — JOHNS CAFE Courtesy Good FooJs ' Reasonable Prices Owned & Operated by Elliott emd The/ma Johns NOTICE! Hcgiiniinj: Jlondny 1>. in. and close al 1 a. in. Iho very besl. in .'.icaU;. didiw a wide varioly of sal;ui.; aiid Aufru. : t 11, \vc will opon ;il 5 We \vill continue to serve iw, tliii.'l<i;i!, r.oa foods, and »:iiid'.viclii;.i. DELTA CAFE NOTICE I have the sole exclusive listing on the 35-acre farm, located 1 V-> mile.s norlli of Ulylhevillu on Hi(rhwiiy 61. This farm is one of the finest .small farms available in Mississippi County. The location couldn't, be better! You ran buy this farm now for ?,12,(JOO with ?G,000 cash. If you arc intei;estcd, call or see H. E. "BUD" FISHER 101 Real K. Kentucky Estate & Loans Klytlicvillc Dam/y girfs ftnow (and it's rot just lor show!) they musl change their slioci every day, loo! SO —always buy two pain 7/ien, white one o/ri f/l» ol/ier is dew fresh on you! Ail Work Done l!y T'ucloi'y-Trained Men I Fifzpatrick Jewelry Store •J It takes only 3 miiuilcs lo open an account THE CLINIC SHOE WHITE ELK While nap soles as illustrated. Other styles white buck and kid leather. SU.95 and S7.93 ^•fhsf ^ ; $6.95 TliaillCSHOt THCttlSICSKO! m\ A / • LO> i> *.. \ViHinriE« T T — «.t«oi«»- MM? l '^^ r^n-K ^,w V Serial "Jack Armsfrimj; No. !l and Cartoon C'ont'il Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Sundiiy and Monday Paramount Ncivs and Shorts mUnuooa Showing bun. 1:15 to li COMING SOON TO TIIK KlI'K . M-lf> -StLilliini Ktmil" with Konald Kt'aj,';in .V Alexis Smith Lug. 17-IS "Shocking i\llss 1'ilsritn" wilh Kelly Grablc :unl nick Ilaynics \np. ^0, 21, 23 "Sr;t of Class" ivilli Spencnr Tracy & Ivnth critic Ilupljiirn. 'The I lurks I ITS" wilh Cl.irk C«al]Ie, Deborah Ivcrr A Ava Gardner Box Office Oprns at 7:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30; Starts I:lf» Continuous Shnivs ^itl. ami Sun. Bargain Night livery Night Except Saturday No passes honorrd on SnnOay at the Koxy. Salunlay North of the Border witli UiisM-ll llaydrn Sciial "t'hirli (';irl;'r No. li> an:! <'iirlnan Cont'd .Shows Sat. li:."0 to 11:33 Sunday and Monday Fox News & Selected short Subjec Conl'd bl.oua Sun. l:IS-ll:lW -.9 I-

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