The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 16, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 16, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARKJ COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1947 ;t Announces for Fall Wedding Mary Sue Berryman, brlde- of Howard Alvln Graham of -Btoele and Caruthersvllle, Mo., and ja»U«ht*r of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 7*rmine Berr>man, today revealed '•pl^gis for the wedding, "ft;The double ring ceremony will be kUemnized at 5 o'clock in the afternoon on Sunday, September 7. at l&nt Methodist Church with the < 8iev Allen D Stewart, pastor, ofr •dating ,M Miss Anne Weedmnn will be Miss 'Berryman s maid of honor. -Mr. Graham will have as his best jnan Thelbert Bishop of Steele. Robert Bsrryman, brother of the uride- ifcct, and Reginald Harper of Stccle will serve as ushers. ~~ Nuptial music will be presented 'by Miss Marj Ann Parks, vocalist, ' Miss Shirley Barham, orgnn- while tapers will be. lighted by = Belli Black mid Miss Barbara To Become Bride in September Ethel en a »,V%. Miss Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Owens, is the bride-elect of •Ihcodore W.a h 1. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wnhl, it was announced today by her parents. Tile wedding will be solemnized Ccpt. 25 at Hie home of Miss C'.veiW parents on Highway 61 South. She lit- lender! Blythevillc High' School and he was graduated from Blylliuvillr >:hool before culeriiiR '.lie Air Corps. He Is now employed at First Nntionnl Bank. Bits of News A reception honoring the couple 'Vjll W; held in the recreation rooms I Hj( , h *of the church following the ccre- "mony. 1 Many social events have been arranged in cqrripliincnt to the young couple On Augurt 19, Mrs. Glenn r tadd and Miss Billie Sue Burks will W°rtaln with an afternoon bunco Varty at the home of Mrs. Ladd. ^Miss Mary Ann Parks nnd Miss Hosemary Johnston will be hostesses bn August 21 with a miscellaneous «honer Miss Wcedman und !vr aurt, Mrs W Leon Smith, will hold ; open ho'ise on' August 23 at the' pmith home ( ..'Rehearsal Dinner Party j An afternoon party on August 25 ' will be gi\en by Mrs. Russell Fair (jiveil by MarCUS Lvvai'US and Mrs Chester Caldweil and that tilght Mrs. C. WVAIford wUl'cntcr- Jain with a dessert bridge. Miss) JiSuriel Knudsen has planned a party for August 26. On September C Mr. " and Mrs Berryman will entertain members of the bridal party with a rehearsal dinner at their home. v Numerous other parties have been ^ planned, mth the dates still indefi- ' "nite Miss Betty Woodson nnd Miss Trances Shouse will honor Miss B/3irvman as will Miss Virginia Williams and Miss Donna Wundcr- lich. Mrs.-Hadley Hays also will be hostess at a party. Other parties have been planned by Miss Virginia Swearengcn and Miss Betty Black Several events complimenting Miss Berryman and her fiance have been given. Miss Shirley Barham •v entertained with a dessert bridge and Mrs, 1 E. Baker was hostess with avtowel shower and dcsserl bridge, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Hcnr> honored the couple with fl reception at'tthe recreation rooms of the First Methodist Church at whicl members of the.choir were guests Moral Victory Bingo Party in Panama Honois Mrs. Martha Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard cn- ertaincd li>st night at tlic Mirror TO 11! Hold 'Noble with a re- learsal dinner party for the Roe- Svrnrd wedding party and members f the t.vo families. The wedding :crcmouy will take place tonight at :30 o'clock at First Baptist Church. n."he three-course dinner was served at T-shaped tables centered with a stiikuiR arrangement oi ilower.s in \\hlte with n touch of •nlest pink Mixed with the white ..ladioli, fiji chrysanthemums and " liom - pom chrysanthemums were iii:ea. pedelanlluis, salal and pink carnations. Ivy was placed along the center of the tables and Cmrnin:- white tapers in crystal holders were 'ied tttlh' white satin bows. Hand-painted place cards marked places of the 22 guests. They includ- -d Mr. and Mrs. John Willis Mc- K-wzie of Paragou'.d, Mrs. Johu U tovis end Mis. S. 6. Hcevcs of ijiikc Village and Dr. and Mrs. John E. douse of Cookcvillc. Tcnn. Mr .and Mrs. Wallace 3. Hoke and family have as their weekend giiest Miss lin Joy Lent! of Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Lloyd V. Wlss, who recently underwent an operation at DC Paul Hospital in 61, Louis, is much improved. She was removed yesterday to her . ho:ne here. ' ! Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Wise arid baby of Tuscaloosa, Ala., are weekend guests of ills parent's, Mr. and 'Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise, and sister, Mrs. Clarence S. Webb and Mr. "Webb.; Dranc Adams IHS returned home from Maywood, Miss., where :ie has been in camp this Summer at Msm- ]>his Junior Camp. I{c was motored home by his mother, Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., and Mrs. Carlton Smith. Miss Uo 'Ann Campbell is spend-, ing today iin Memphis whcrei she will attend the Alpha Omlcrofi Pi rush party honoring recent high school graduates -who will enl^i; Southwestern this Fall. She will be accompanied by Miss Mary Morgan,'Billy Uracey and Harold Traylor. Mr.s. L. M. Krulz, Mrs. Howard Johnson and son, Rondal, and Mrs. Jou Hoach and daughter ..Carole Kay, will leave tomorrow for Little Hock, I whore they will spend several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Krutz null family. They nro going ( esusc- ially to see the Kiulz' miantdangh- tcr. Jane Gray. •Mr. and Mrs. George M. Stilwel! and daughters. Sara Bob and Miss Georgeann SIllwcll. will spend tomorrow in last. Prairie, Mo. They will be p.ccompanied by their '.louse- gucsls, Mrs. Gwendolyn Biulobok and daughter. Anna Mario, of St. Louis, and by Mrs. stilhvell's mother, Mrs. N. J. Nelll. Condition of Mrs. G. O. Facli:, who has been a palient at Baptist Hospital In Memphis several Spa City Citizens Ask Writ Claiming • War Stadium Site HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Aug. 10. <UP) — Heaving has been set, for next Friday on a Hot springs petition of a writ of mandamus tc be served on the Arkansas Wur Memorial Stadium Commission. The petition has been brotiBlit by a group of Hoi Sprints citizens, headed by Mayor Earl Hicks. The group has asked the Pulaski Chancery Couit to prevent the commission from proceeding with plans to construct the (1,000,000 Wa:' Memorial stadium in Little Rock, ordering the commission Instead to locate it In Hot Springs. The Hot Springs group contends that the award to Little Rock *vas illegal, since It violated both commission, and legislative rules concerning the acceptance of bkls. They add that {lot. Springs was the only city to enter a legitimate bid. I DA)—Livestock review: Hogs, 600; market 25 to 50s lower i than yesterday's average. Top, $27. Compared with close last week, barrows and gilts under 170 Ibs. $1 to SI.50 lower; other weights including sows mostly 50c to $1 lower. Cattle 100; calves 70. Earmarked- for Monday. Compared with close last week. Good and choice steers and heifers 50c to $1 higher; common ami medium strong; cows 50c to $1 higher; bulls firm; vcalers $1 lower; replacement steers unevenly higher; tops for week: choice 1409 11). steers, $33; 970 Ib yearling steers, $31.50; choice 935 Ib mixed steers and heifers $30.50; odd lots to $31? choice 708 Ib heifers, 29; good cows, $16.50; good beef bulls $17; good sausage bulls, $16.50; choice vcalers. $2(i; choice C98 Ib replacement steers $23.50. Read Courier News Want Ads. Livestock Manila News Mr. and Mrs. Edd Finch of Nct- tlelon and sor., Edgar >Finch of Wy..nrtotte. Mich., were guests for j ™l" { ^ CmprmcA.'Her'molinK'Tiiin. a brier time of Mrs. Lula Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Herman William's. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hatcher and son, Duron, have left for Flint, Mich., alter visiting relatives in Manila and Blythevillc for several days. Mr. and Mrs. peter Files and small daughter nn dMr. and Mrs. Curtis Loveless and daughter have returned home after visiting in Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama. Mr. nnd Mrs. Estcs Bcnefield [>nd children left Friday for their uo:ne in Atlar.'a. Oa. after visiting for several days with her sLs- .cr and family Mr. and Mrs- Kirk -Kxhausled, but confident of a .n'nil victory, Howard Hughes i-ub; his tired eyes at an informal l>r< f^s conference held in a hangar olfico at his Culver City, Calif., phint. He had just returned from Washington.r D. C., where the £>nate War Investigating Subcommittee had adjourned their hearings until later this year. (NEA Tclcphoto.) ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. . III., Alls;. 16. IUP> — (US Eddie Saiibo Maintenance Engineer Roof Coating, Industrial and Household Paints Call (or free Roof Inspection . . . l*et me Kolve your paint prob- Icms. Factory Distributor for Colonial KeNning and Chemical Co. 124 U. Kentucky Avc. lilythcvillc, Phone 2536 Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Mrs. Prewitt Hostess With Luncheon Today OSCEOLA. Aug. 16.—Mrs. Wathar Prewitt entertained a two-tnble bridge club this morning followed :.ovclcss. in Manila Scnath, Mo nnd relatives Eisler Again Convicted in Federal Court Cleo Langston, who has been with tier, has returned to her home here. Mrs. B. B. Wilson lias returned home alter spending two weeks in Milan. Medina and Knoxvllle, Tenn. W. A. lAtflick Jr., is at home after spending two months at Mem- ihis Junior Camp, May*ood, Miss, [is parents motored to Maywood or him yesterday after spending Ihursday night s in Memphis to sac llie Vagabond King" at the MOAT. Miss June Stires, datighter of; Mr, and Mrs. O. O. Stires, has re- j turned home from California, where she spent three weeks in F,l Ccntro with her brother, J. C. Stires. and Mrs. Stires, who were married recently, and in Torrance v.ith Miss Doris Wadley. She also went to San Francisco and oih;r points of interest Mrs, E. D. Seal and sons. Tommy and John, arrived here yesterday to be the geusts of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley. The -"H^als have been making their" home in Pine Bluff but will .now reside in Wilson, where Mr. Beaj has a^'epled a position in the Voca- WASHINGTON. Aug. 1G. (UP) — Itional Agricultural Department of We the Women IIY HUTU M1LLETT NBA Staff Writer 'I ho Aihnny (Bu.siness College, Albany, N. Y.. has put out an oye- cauhinK booklet for its .^racUial'.'S called "Memo to Miss Jonas." fug- gesiions 0:1 offl:.c etiquette based on a poll ort pet peeves of SCO business iriie .same business college also sent out a secretaries to find out "what's wrong with the bc.>s." Without seeing ATTENTION GINNERS Let us supply you with all your gin needs! We Feature B. F. Goodrich Belting 213 WEST MAIN ST. PHONE 2015 HOW YOU WILL '• BENEFIT BY READING Hie world t doily ncwipoper— THE CHRIJTIiH SCIENCE MONITOR. y ou will r ,« vo . r$e , f „ of The b«st-in(ormcd persons in your community on world affairs when you read this world-wide doily newspaper regularly. You will gain t/esh, new v[cwpoir>ls, a fulfcr, richer understanding of today's vital news—PLUS help irorp its exclusive features on homemakino, education, business, theater, music, radio, sports. the answers it's safce to but theso Rnfh fubieribe now to Ihil special "act- I icquointsd" otler — 1 month for $ their the bo*s A surprise birihriay parly v;a: Hhe priz' for .Mrs. 'Martha Hunt of Caruthersville,. Mo., nnd Bly- jthevllle, at a-bingo game in the 1 'Panama Canal Zone, where -she is assistant program director at. the lAlbrcok-.Field Service Club. i Mrs. .Hunt unaware of the party until the lights were turned , _ ,,, , . „ , out and a birt!:day cake with glow- : , Mrs : Fra11 ^. Cri lenden of Selma, .pg candles was placed before her.' AIa - is vlsltl "B hcr mutllDr ' Mr5 ' by a luncheon at her home on South Pearl St. Several guests other than those who played bridge were present for the luncheon. Csceo/a News Mrs, Hunt joined the American .Red Cross in February, 1945. and ,two months later was on route to iKaracht, India and duly with th-j Air Transport Command. Uptu; her return to the United States in March 1Mb. s'.ie spent five months here rith her parents-in-law, M,-. jii}d Mrs. Ncy Hunt, and in CJa- Tfiithersville with her mother, Mr.i. ^Gertrude Mcllwain. r She then went \o the Panama Canal Zone and in September will •': return to Caruthersville suth her mother, Mrs. Ocr- Charles Hale, tuul aunt, Mrs. Sue Lovewell. Mrs. Charles Sullengcr is spending st few days with relatives hi Little Rock. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Sucnccr Driver left Thursday for Cedur Falls. Iowa, for n vacation. Mrs. Searcy Mears hiis returned home after spending a week with Mr. Main; In Little Hock, where he is builciinv: a new levee. Mr. and Mrs. William Heall arc spending the week with his mother , ls aUe » dl "8 Mem|)hls Slate College trade Mcflwave: She then went to ' Mrs - Bct , tyc Ncllc Hlllrr - Mr ' the 'Panama Canal Zone and in ;Eeptember will return to Caruth- ersn'Ie upon coaipletion of her tour ;6I duty there. ' Jimmy Lowe Honored With Birthday Party 1 'To celebrate Jimmy Lo\ve'r, return home froraC'CariVp ITo" Vista. Hardy, and his ,16th birthday, his parenui, Mr. end-Mrs'. J. C. Lowe, entertained 38 of his teen-age friincls last night with "a.parly at their home on North Sixtn Street. ' The gicirp played pine-pan,; air! other gomes in the back yard of the l/owp:home and later ".vent inside to dance and listen to records. '-•-. 'Watermelon-was served. At The Hospitals WALLS HOSHTAI, Dismissed: Charles E. Gibson. HaS'ti. Mo. 'Mrs. Earl Copelanci and baby Etcrle, Mo. •Erwin 'Harks. Carulhef.svtlle. Mo BAPTIST HOSPITAL-, Mtmr.:iis Dismissed: Mildred Tollivcr. city. Ij. T. Erwin, Lcpanto. MKT1IOD1ST HOSPITAL. Slrntphi Dismissed: Ernest .Bcoth. Osccola. Gchart Eisier, alleged CommunisL international r.scnt, prepared today to fight his r-nnvlction on charges of falsifying his application for a permit to l-turn to his native Ger- A Federal Court jury yesterday ound him. guilty alter two hours nd 15 minutes of deliberation. He aces a maximum penalty of a 5.000 fine am', five years in jail. Judge James w. Morris, who pre- ided at the five-week trial, grant- rt a prompt defense petition for 10 days in which to file motions :or a new trial and arrest of judgment. The passpor', traiid conviction •epresentcd the ROvernmctU's second victory over the pint-sized. 50- year-old Eisicv. Ltss thiin three months ago he was sentenced to one year in jal! and fined S.100D for contempt of the House UnAmcri- can Activities Committee. Morris over government protests continued Eislfr's bond of 520,000 The bond covers both cases. As- :istant U. S. Attorney Willian Ifilz asked that the bond be increased to JlOO.OOi! Iti assure Eislcr': presence il'irinr; inter stages of tin case. Dr. A. Wcrt w:is a s|;r:ikci fi the State OpUiii'clvir Associii'toi meeting which held in Jones bora Sunday. m cityvicnools. Mrs. H. W. Wylie. who underA-enl •major operation seme time agD t the Methodist Hospital in Mem- ihis, has been removed to her home t 1127 West Main St. Miss Mary Ann Smith is spcr.ri- :ig the weckenc 1 in Memphis as ih? ;ucsL of her uncle and aunt, Mr. rt<l Mrs. Mark SmMh. Miss Eml'y Wixson will he in Memphis 'xinipht. to attend the bi-'quet and dance at Hotel Pei) -6\ ciimaxii,g the Pelta Omt-na iiSma fralenui./ convention he.u ht-rc. Miss Anne Gibson of Henderson. Texas, is the weekend gucM of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Redman and family. Larry B. Phillips Jr., and son. Steve, returned yesterday to their :iome in Marshall, Texas, alter a brief visit here with his uncle. E. H. Mason and family. Mrs. O. E. Knudsen returned home by plane yesterday after H two months sUy In Fioche.stcr ;md Harmony. Minn., where she visitrd friends and relatives and und<-r- wcnt treatment at Mayo's Clmi'. 1 . She was met in Memphis by Mr. Knudsen and their daughter. ML/. Muriel Knudsen. and Miss Mary .Sue Berryman. Mrs. R. W. Vrska. Miss M:iurlic Modillger. and Mrs. C. W. Mi>H]iiL;cr spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Parti™ ;, t .,| Miss Nancy Partlow r.pent yr.stp](i:iy peeves—at least, these n comrlsint-s against in iheir letters to me: He ricesn t kno-.v how to dictate Jcc-'.er; either ta'ks '.oo fast, mumcles. or doesn't have the let^ ter cr memo'clearly in mind be- foie he stalls to dictate. , .He derides to dictate letters too near quitting time. 3e lets hi:s v:ife use .his secre- ^ry es lier own personal secretary a: !;.:r.ilv shopler. ELAME BCT'NO citEDir 'He is quick to blame his secretary for a ir.Lstake, but s!o,<; to give hi.- credit for any idea or fcr the er.ira jots she takes on nf her own sccoid in an effort to be s helplt:! as po5sible. He sometimes shows off in front j of callers by ordering liis sc«:te- The Christian Science Publishing Society One Norway Street. Boston 15, Muss., U. S A PB-5 Enclosed is S 1 . tor I Science Monitor for o ich please send me The Christian -nonln. NQT1CE! New Opening Hours Open 7 a.m. Close 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Friday Nights Open Till .9 P. M. Saturdays, Close 1:00 p.m. The WASHERETTE Automalic Self Service LAUNDRY Phone 966 Main at Division \sm Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.ra »:38 pav Saturday Michigan Kid with Jon Hull and Uitu Juhnsoii Serial: "Jack Armstrong 1 ' No. 10 and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. K:30 to 11:30 I Slice! r ....-., Cily Zone Slot! tary around in an superior in<-!iiii-r. •It's :•. safe guess that "Whnl's Wron-j With the Bess" wil! bring forth ^s rr;ur, ]>^t peeves ,i:s the questionnaire ;hnt r':s;:ltc.i in '•M?mo u? M ; ss Jones." in Memphis. Mrs. A. C. Slilblcy, Miss phinc Shiblcy and A. G. Shiblcy Jr.. arc spending the weekend in Memphis witerf A. f' der^o a ton: Hospital. Jr., will iin- ' at Baptist KILL JOHNSON GRASS ATLACIDE Chlorate WEED KILLER E. C ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY 319 W- Ash St. Phone 551 CcTs do nil their prowing in '.Uc immediate neighborhood ot their nuclei and then migrate lo the outside ot the cell. New Shipment CLOSETS and LAVATORIES JUST ARRIVED! ARCHIE LOVELACE ; . PLUMBER Phone 2186 309 N. 6th St 1 ' , ' M. 1 1 Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. Hlyllicvillc, Ark. Free Estimates on AH Work SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL At MARTIN'S CAFE Sunday and Monday Shocking Miss Pilgrim ith Betty Grahlf and Kick Ilayrnrs ' (l .. Paramount^. »^cws , and Short,. Cont'dl Sb'ows Sn'ri. 1:15-11:00 TTENTION BOYS ant! GI1U.S .nnnuncing tlic Kit-/. Theater Back- to- School Cartoon Show To Be Held At The R I T Z THEATRE : ridoy Morning, Aug. 22 )oors Open at !):30—Shuir Starts at 10:1)0 HERE IS WHAT IS IN STOKE FOR YOU **'». 1—A solid two hour show nf ynur favorite cartoons with Bugs Bunny, Mickey iUuusc. Pluto the Tup, Turn and Jerry. Popcyc the Sailor. ]>a(Ty Duck, Little I.nlli, and many others. N«. 'i —A Free liaf; of Popcttrn. Nit. S—A Free Cartoon Comic Hook. ALL THIS FUN AND JOY I Olt AN ADMISSION OF 25c NOTE TO KmS-Starl savins your nirkcls anil dimc,s .so you won't miss this hi^ slinvv. NOTE TO rAKKNTS-—This i.s .strictly for the kids. No adulls viill be admitted. 116 West Main St. Fried Chicken With Cream Gravy French Fries — Sliced Tomatoes — Hot Rolls Iced Tea — Coffee — Soft Drinks — Dessert CITY LOANS Repayable in Small Monthly Installments Low Interest Rates Quick Service BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 124 W. Ash St. Phone 3543 $1.00 Special T-Bone Steak French Fries — Sliced Tomatoes Iced Tea — Coffee — Soft Drinks — Dessert All For 85* LUNCH SPECIAL 50$ Roost Beef or Pork With Brown Gravy Creamed Potatoes Salad Sandwiches Short Orders Hecr Stew -toe Soup isc Mexican Chili 25c Mixed Bowl DOc llninburut".- steak 50c Box Office Opens at 1:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Optns Sunday 1:30; Starts I:!i Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Bargain Night F.\vrj Night Except Salunlar No paues honored on Bnnday »l the Roxr. Saturday JIMMY WAKELY Serial: "Chick Carter" Nn. H ami Short Confd shows Sat. 1Z:30 to 11:39 Hot Koast Beet, gravy 35c Barbecue 2fic Ham 25c Hot Dog 15c Pure I)ee( Hamburgers lOc Cheeseburger . Cheese Ham & Cheese Bacon & Egg .. Ham <& EgR ... 25c Mac 35c 35c 35c Sunday and Monday Mighty McGurk with Wallace Bccry F*x News & Selected Short Sabje«t Cont'd Show* Sun. 1:I5-11:W

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