The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 19, 1947
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BLTTHEVILLJB (ARKJ COURIER NZWB TUBSDAY,, AUGUST 19,; 1047 ••Or WhMM, fiactety Editor ?£S Meeting Held *f Program, Business Soslety of Cnrts- B Service of First Methodist lilili met yesterday afternoon th wrtou* members as hos'esses Owl* dftV'iAK'ilth Mrs: John {•dull Urs J, W. Adanis Jr. Jed (^'devotional and Miss Mamie U MB4;t*ught the Bible Study, Circle Two met with Mrs. Ray HI *bd lire Fred Kiger gave the IvoUttul Mrs Alter* HollUigs- ortli me in charge of 'he Bible I»*y * " i •When"Circle three met with Mrs. law Armstrong, Mrs. o. E. Quell- sUy »»\e the study lesion >Mr».'F. E. Warren and Mrs. •New- Mi Whitis were hostesses to nipm- •Tt of Circle Five The devotional »S"l*d,bS Mrs John Fo^te-- and fts. Maude Melton was in cia^ge C'the Bible Stud} ^Mn.tW A- PJcfcard «,« liowess 9,Circle Six members »hen Mrs. }' -V Hawkins taught Hie Bible Stady • « Refreshments Mrs. Steadman. Hostess To Hachahoma Members Mrs. Helen Steadrnan was hostess last night lo rnernbers of the Hach- onia Bridge dub .arid;another gue«t, During the.', Wrote -Mrs." James Roleson received, high Kore' and sheaise. \i'i '''';'-•>•-'•'."';•••'•'. •:•' The entertaining rooms we r* decorated with bouquet* of petunia*. The hostess served ice cveam lor refreslmienU. Nazarene Women Meet For Business, Prayer Members of the Young Women's Missionary Society of the Pirsl Church of the Nararene met yes- terdny afternoon at the church. Miss Gloria Jnrrett gave the opening prayer nnd Mrs. Ray White j led Ihe devotional for the seven \ members present. Mrs. White also ere served at each was j,, charge of the business ses- sloiv Mlss E l' zabcln McGee led the closing prayer. gram. J4rs. Burnett Presents Royal Service Program <rs Harry Burnett was In. ot tbe Rajil S"rvice pro- presented yesterday after- at a Women s Mis'ionaiy ESjciety of Calvary. Baptist Church See'ttog at the church. e jMrs Mabsl Lwpford and J W Tomlirson led 1 1 prayer »nd Mrs R«ta Priest eavv, the devotional „ Taking j_art un the program uere Mrs Harriett, Mrs V^rnon Boyd, Mra v I^~> v/ehster and M*s LUnsford Mrs plea^ Rafcbo,eaye a prajer and Mrs 8. D i McGee 1-d the Mr, and Mrs. Shannon Uingley and children, Dorothy and Shannon Jr., have as their guest Mrs, Lang School Togs for 1947 Favor Lady-Like Lines With Longer Skirts and Added Look of Dignity Auxd|ary Meeting Held At Presbyterian Church ,....,... the Woman 3 Auxiliary o!, rest Presbjterian Church met \cs j terdajf ^fternoon at Ih6 church, 23 members heard Mrs J S ^ aiiiy 1 discuss "Oan--We B"> Christians in Our CommurHty? -The* Auxiliary meeting was preceded 'bj an executive board session conducted ^y lire C M Gray, president, Wluch nine mcm(»rs atten<S- $d Circles One "T*o r Rnd 'Three »l»o ieM' brief business meetings before; Xl«e Auxiliary meeting Kf % ' „" * * Scutn^Amervca $tudiecl By Mjqsionary Members ~ Souyh,—America, Us people and religipn'.i were studied by members tv ofiFirsl Baptist Church jester day afternoon 'at n Royal STYIT program; meeting at the Church X Mrs, JamCj Ro\ program lerdci told oj the^ people and Mrs Tlieo GEO Club Entertained Miss Bette Boyd of Drew, Miss,, formerly of Blythevillc. and Miss Betty .Jean HUM were guests with 'members."of the GEO C|ub last night when Mrs. Ray Whlttlngton | entertained at her horiic with a Mis l blid se party, .,, 1 In bridge games, Miss Hill held high score nnd bridge went to Miss Vcra GoDdrtph. - ' : .;- ... The hostess served a, sandwich plate and mixed cookies with/ colil drinks. • .'. : ' " '• v' : .' "' Class Party Postponed The monthly party of the Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church lias been postponed from Thursday, Aug. 21,- to Aug. 28 because of the quarterly conference which will be held Thursday night. Royal Service Program Given at OSOEOLA, Aug. 19.—The Woman's Missionary Society ' of First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church • for a Royal Service program.' Mrs. A. F. Glascoc, president, was in charge anrt Mts. W, P. HR!C led the lesson'for tfie'M,members present. Mrs. .!•: i'g/ ^lirtqn 'cph- ducted the vwrship period^ Also taking part on the ley's mother, Mrs. Lucy Thomas, sw |hgy. of Flint. Mich. Mrs. Herschel Dcen and son, Travis, have returned from » two-weeks vacation spent with her brother, C. E. Parker of El Centre, Calif. Tncy also visited In Pomona, Los Angeles and San Diego. Kn route home they slopped In Iron ton, Mo,, to visit their son and brother, Douglas Decn. Miss Belle Boyd left this afternoon to return to her home in 1 Drew, Miss., after spending several days as houscgucst of Mr. and Mrs, Ray WmUinfilon ni«» visiting other Blythcvllle [ The Whlttinglons accompanied] her as tar as Memphis, white' jjhey will attend the MOAT show, "Nhw Moon", tonignt. Miss B»yd. who formerly taught in tile li'.n(!-| uage department at Bljthcvlllc. High School, will enter the. Unl-' versity of Mlasoui'l, Columbia, this Fall to work toward her Master's degree. Mrs. A. S. Smith nnd daughter, Mrs. lona Dawn Schmidt, and children, Albert and Bar^ >ara, of Kansas City. Kans., me Visiting Mr. and Mis. W. C. Smllli and (riends here. They plan to visit In.Memphis, Oklahoma City, and Gypsum, Kans., before re- lurnirig home the [irst of September. Miss Almcda. Berry has returned to. •Memphis alter vlslllnc friends here. Miss Berry, who formerly was a faculty member nt Elytheville High School, Is now connected with Bucknmn chemical company in Memphis. Mrs. L. H. Williams, the fanner Miss Ha'id Farmer, antl her sister, Mrs. Jack Matheny, were in Memphis today to visit Mr. Williams, undergoing treatment at tho Baptist Hospital there. Mrs. W. G. Ecrantom and son, Bill, of Jacksonville, Fla., arc here visiting her father. JCSSB Webb, Mrs. Webb and family. They plan to be here 10 di|5's. Mrs. L. E. Baker and son, Larry, arid Mrs. S. ; ;C. ', Owen 1 and son, Brltt, spent Saturday in Memphis. They attended the MOAT pro- I1V KPStK KIN'ARD NBA Fashion Editor , NEW YORK (NEA) — Lady-like dollies with longer skirls and a look of dignity will tumble out or back-lo-school luggage this fall. like her mama's, Miss Junior's Jet's Vvrijl be more modestly covered by la'l finery. When longer skirts came in, the hoydcnlsh elc- gncnt went oul of youn; fashions, designers say, School ghls' skirts eUm from a silhouette wlilcli, !ike the older woman's choirc for fall, may be either ,81)111 and smcotli or filll and shlrfwaisl revives u turrt-of-thc- century fashion fcr lh> back-fo- icliool wardrobe. The Mac'.: voolen skirt with a longer hem- tine (cam:; \vllh n bov.'-lieu Mack cotton blouse. StnrcheJ r-'lar» and eiifls are detachable. Mrs..Jos Thomas ^fd'^MrsT''^" Auction. "Vagabond -rang", Satiir- Roaijs 1 day night before returning home. .A social Hour followed witrrre-(;- M «. .Louis Smothermoii, fresliments of sherbet and cake' served by members, of Circle..Two. w coat fashions give i! to 'oolh siUioucttcs. The raight, fmgcrllp-lcDgth jacket is 1)1 Boiiij strong, fcut it cuts its ggest swath as the star of an eh- ir.ble. One giccn woo^ tweed coat, r example ,1s definitely designed i kt'?p company with a striped ult of red, green and white twcsd Ihout'.h it is certainly slated lov ardrobe turnabouts with sweat- rs and rfcliis. The grcalcoal, bursting flic full- si niul s'.vingicst.'silhouette a eirJ in acquire, typifies' 1 the other ex- rcii'.c In ;fas|ilons launched for ampus \\ejr. -What (if anything t n's cost rAyle-^-empiiasfiSing deep . yokc.'wi'de sweep, full sleeves ml dctscliible hood—lacks In dash mt;re lhaii makes up in fout- alarm cc'ors. Example of one plaid mixture, calculated lo shove even school colors Into the background, Is a woolen coat, which combines oransc, preen, white and black. Teamed with this all-enveloping coat of longer length is a smooth- fitting dress of green wool jersey wil-h a lowered hemline. | The turn-of-Uie-century shirt-1 waist dress Is revived for campus fanfare for fall. A style/ dubbed "Vinnie," inspired by , leading-.'ady costumes in "Life -With Father," is del Mar's gift io the campus. This nifty combines a fine-combed black cotton blouse frosted with starchy cotton collar and cuffs that detacli and a longer bUck woolen skin with a back sweep of godcts that imitate a bustle. Church Leader's to Hold Quarterly Conference Authorization to begin immediate work on plans for a new First Methodist Church and confirmation of the construction committee will be two of the business discussions Thursday night at the third quarterly conference of First Methodist Church at the church. The Rev. J. Albert Gatlin, superintendent of the Jonesboro District, Methodist Church; will conduct- the session, which aU {stewards^ .t'rusr 1 . tees and official'membei'K.'pf > t.rii "', church are to attend. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 S<>. 2nd St. 2308 firilliant colors liven up (lie dignified sllhouctits of Fall fashions for schuul girls. I>oldly plalded in orange, preen, while and black, (he woulcn greatcuat, left, is an example of (he full swinging coat silhouette. Mulching hood is detachable. In the slim-lined ensemble, right, a straight, finsertip-length jacket in frecn wool fops a Uvceil suit striped in red, e.r«n and white. ... Medical Test Proved TWs Great to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS Arc ya\i troubled b7 <l Is tress oT female funcllonnl monthly disturbances? Does this make you sutler from pain, feel so nervous, restless, weak— QL such times? Then DO try LydlR R. PlnX- ham's Vegetable Cotn- pound to relieve such symptoms! In a recent mcdtcnl test Plnkham's Compoutici Droved remarXably helpl«l to v/oincn troubled tlits way. it's what Doctors call a uterine sedative. It fcas a Rrar.d southing effect on one o' woman's most important orpiin$. Taken regularly — Flnfcham's Compound helps build up resistance to such distress. Also R great fitomacliic toiilcl LYOIA E. PINKHAM'S . NOTICE HOW AVAILABLE at your /., . Grocery and Cafe Clover Farms Scaliest Milk & Dairy Grade "A" P. You've Tried. the Uest| Now Trv the Bcsl ! Call for Scaliest Milk Delivered FRESH Daily East Arkansas Milk Co. 3133 Pacific Ave. Memphis, 'Tcnn. \ Excellent Farm Machinery Business for salt; in fertile section in of Nor(heas:( Arkansas- Real Estate Agency Mittie Carter Jonesboro, Ark; ST. LOUIS NATIONAL gTOOK- h«d 1st hV''sSibjec\ '"tlaVlist* of YApKS, Aug. 19 (UP) - livc- Bouth) America" and Mrs , Walter stock: Bishop »po*e on ' Good News of the ' <, Hogs, 8.CCD all salable. Market Work,'' Mrs M W, L»«is had The active with early clearance of all Call of iOur~ Needy Neighbors" as classes ot hogs; barrows and gilts her toj>fc ," I I7C-240 Ibs. 27.25; Including sales J: Mi* C M Smart presented the to °'6 packers; market: mostly devotional, entitled God s Invlta I *X-i lover with extremes 50= un- tkm tt> All the Ends of the Farlh , der Monday; heavy hogs steady; and accompanied Mrs Hairy Fnlc- 240-270 Ibs 2S.Zi-21.25. 280-300 Ibs tut when she sang Tell Them the, 25.W-28.i5; load 3W-3SO Ibs 24.- Story oj-'jesus • £5; weights under 180 Ibs; 25c to ""*'""• • •- — - 'sti lower; bulk 13C-150 Ibs; 2i.&0- 35.15; 110-120 Ibs aO-SO-ia.^; sows mostly steady at 18.00-23.25; few extreme heavies n.76. Cattle 4,ri:0; salable •• 4,000; calves 2.EW all salable;, steer supply approximately 60 loads. Including .13 cars Oklahoma' and Kansas grass steers; cows 'making up about 30 per cent of run Mrs, ft ft Brooks and Mrs E B Woodson led prssers x ... Bride-elect Honored Mrs. Gean Atkinson JJy Mrs Qeau, Atkinson entertained al noon today with a luncheon at Hotel Nob'e m compliment, to Miss Miry. Sue Berryrruin, bride-elect of market opening generally steady Howard Alvin"Graham of Stceleiwlth Monday; several loads lav. 'Missouri. and average choice steers 29.50 : Guests were members of the bridal i 32.W; fcw t mecllwm to good 25. party 12-J-27.0D; good heifers and mixec ' The' eUtc^ife table Centerpiece \ yearlings ,?UO - 26.03; mediurr Tfas a larsre yellow bowl of jellow kind, 17.C3-2?.:3; common an "CJirysanthermims and gladioli and medium beef cows .13CD-16.0C deep purple asters j earners and cutters, 10.50-12.75. , Miss Berryman pinned Jt heri . ' l»houl<Jer a corsage of whlt» glam • The Island of Java is smaller ^Uias presented to her by her hos \ than HUnois. \n& Us pcputeUon i 't«ss Mrs Atkinson also gave the more than cue-third that of >h guesl^pl* honor a gift I entire United Stales. TME A LOOK AT YOUR IHSIDES loon" your bowels and press so hard on the kidneys that It gives you pain In the small ol youi OacK ovci vout kidneys, making you thlnK vou have kidney trouble: at nlRht the i?as In your • bowels may press upon your Madder making vou get up frequently, thus breaking into your sleep. 'In the mornlnR ?ou lire 1 Ureil Instead of refreshed. Gradually youi health is Unoalred. children of Trumnnn have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs Fred: Bean smi family. Harry Johnson, Jr.,'of Memphis I? guest ol Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morgan and son, Jerry, this week. Ed K. Brook of Oklahpmn City Is spending .two weeks here with his mil'y. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utlay nnd chll- ren, Michael and Rebecca, arc jendlug. two weeks In Noel, Mo., ith relatives, 'Mr. and-Mrs. Clyde Wilson are acationlng in Colorado Springs, olo.. for tvjo weeks. Scott Lewis of Lake Village has oined his mother, Mrs. John I,. iewts,'hcTe, where she is the hovise- :uest of Mr. and Mrs. diaries Penn nd family. He also will visit the •enns and other relatives nnd riends in Blythcvllle. Scott accom- ignicd Mrs. Cal Oossett and sons, 3al and Jim. back upon their re- i t ol . ,urn from Lake Village, Birmingham, Ala., and Pciisacola, Fla. Coming Eventt THURSDAY Miss ^f^lry Ann Parks and Miss Rosemary Johnston entertaining with p miscellaneous shovrcy ..liOii- oring Miss Mary Sue Berry'rnan, bride-elect. >.; \lrs. Norvil\c Humphrey -enter- 1 Tairiing "GNB "ciu'b."" """. " " FRIDAY Mrs. Cliseter Daiuwell and ,Mrs. Russell Parr will entertain with in liifprmiil moiiiUif party ait ID o'clock honoring Misa Mary Sue Berryman A " CBO Club members will be of -Mrs. Lehderinle/Fowler. SATURDAY ' Mrs. W. Leon Smith ami Miss Am^Wefidman will, compliment Miss Mary4 Sue >'J8erryinnn, briilc-cle'ct'i with o]i«n house nt Smith home 1504: West Walnut St. from Knoxvillc, \vlierc they visited relatives. ^ Johri L. Nash nnd Billy Joe McCall motored to Knoxville Sunday 'to visit relatives. Tliry win be accompanied home bv Mr. Wash's grandfather, Henry Nash of Rus- Kclli'llle. Mrs. Doyle Watkins an<l family and nfece, Miss Sue Naalt. \viU tuo- Searcy nicsrtay, to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ynncey am New Liberty New* Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nash and [flmily and granridfiughtcr Mnrtha Mlddleton • returned Wednesday At The Hospitals lUjYTIIEVILLt: HOSPITAL Dismissed: \V. T. Martin, Armoi'el. ' . Mrs. L. M. Speck 'ami bauy, citj;. Ucssic .Hull. city. Mrs. Virgil Jones and baby', Coot- el-, Mo. ~Alton Collins, city. BAPTIST IIOHI'lTAL, Memphis Dismissed; I Mrs John F Fields city iMETHQlMST HOSPITAL, .Memphis 'Mri D F Tiiiloi- Osceola oolv book putiiEheci in ^' !1 ^ prinled ht Williauib- fcurg, Va., in 1742. from Brute, jj visited relatives, 1 V Mr. aiitt Mrs.' sons, and MrJ \vhRre they Sanders and rs. -James family niid Ray Pierce have reUiin-tain View. \Vright of Bruce arc visiting thcii aiiiit. and Ristf.r, Mrs. FloyU Yanccy and family- Mr, and Mrs. Durwood Mahnn son. Gvccn, brother, Henry, and cousin, A. D. are visiting in Mississippi Mr. tint! Itfrs. S. L. McNair ant; son, Buril. arc visiting relatives h' Mississippi. ; .Mr. a\Kl • Mis. W. A. Hash. Jr. and son) D,\ight, icLurned Monday from visiting relatives in Moiui- BIG BINGO! Thursday Night, August 21 sr GALAXY OF PRIZES 8 oz 'A' Grade All White Duck Bemis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS Dressed Chicken) American Legion Hut 8:00 p.m. Admission 50c Sp<>nsorecl by Liulins of ('alliuUc Church THE CLINIC.SHOE rot Uoun^. CUan^tt Uv •Cody tht *MT« drawing tor t 1 N0lMt partlculatl; tibv rfm^tM Into \vit) &no oui 01 _ and thence intc thr I uaMrtTiK wbleb it enters ct h point ; MM* U>* lUxaacb A cut-oB val I tbc return of the btle from the _t U)M CA* C>JI bladder The Kail, r M Ibt (Uttp toe tb* one KlMTtnurS OA.HCEK SIGNALS instead o! 0 j* into TOUT .Dowels . vou 1 taMT'becw to (eel «ocie of in may become sallow or Dllloui; dark rings may appear under your eyes, vou may teel laiy. dnll and irritable or bint: and melancholic. You may nave frequent colds <catarrni or dull neaa-ache: voiir bowels slop their tree full and nat- • urai action: you nave constipation gas putrefaction and self-oolsonlng or -intestinal toxaemia." as many doctors call IV This group ol symptoms Is referred to. in the : south as 'Torpid Liver- but apparently a better expression would be Torpid Blk Flow. :OW TO INCREASE BlLt FLOW But when the otte stops ftowtne freely, now can we Help Nature speed it up? the answer is: TAKE CALO- TABS AT BEDTIME AWD DRINK WATER FREELY THE NEXT DAY • rhe oeneficial cfTccts of CaloUbs He In the fact that they are 111 laxatlvt. 121 antiseptic to the irteitlnei i3> diuretic to the klflneys. <«>'effective .In relieving symptoms du* to consU- TOUI a>ffr«| o»tton »nd MuRRlsb BUt do*. rhese improv«j calomel «rril»un<3 tablets make calomel ukloc pJeasliit RITZ Back to School Cartoon Show Friday Morning, Aug. 22 RECORD BAR Artie Shaw—Traffic Jam Charie Spivak—Tomorrow Vaughn Monros—Dreams Dime n Dozen Sammy Kaye—I'm a Big Girl Now Desl Arnez—A Rainy Nlgiit In Klo Tex Beneke—-I Know Phil Harris—Smoke, sinoke, Smoke Wayne King—All Alone Vaughn Monroe—It's Ureamtime Tommy Dorscy—Kate Freddie Martin—Moon-faced Starry-eyed ' Johnny Tyler—Texas Red Rosalie Allen—Po Folks Cecil Campbell—Hawaiian Skies Blue Sky Boys—Have Vou seen My Daddy Here RECORDS troubled rs^-t* r.,A. Drompt and eaectl»« U U not ««r» to follow them irtth lalti 2l£? ^T a *** fMom <a fcfcel At four dnmtso*. ADAMS APPLIANCE Co J. W. Adams, Mgr. W. Mala Doors open at 9:30 Show starts at 10:00 Admission A solid two hour show of your favorite cartoons with J • Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse. Pluto the Pup, Tom and Jerry, Popeye the Sailor, Little Lulu, Mighty Mouse, Daffy Duck and many others. A Free Seek of Popcorn A Free Cartoon Comic Book Note to Parents: This is strictly for the kids. Adults will not be admitted. Yon'rc . - Contiguous ..Shows ~- ''Every Pay Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 P Tucsd'.iy Wicked Lady wilh Marearcl l.ockwnoil anrt .furnes IVInson Continuous Showing Everyday Wednesday Thursd.-iy and Friday Sea of Grass with Spcnrrr Tr:icj nnii Knlliarinr. llcplturn CJontintious Showing Everyday Amber Brown AAAA to C $7.95 Your attractive Clinic oxloi'ils .ire omtorlaljlc coinpaii- ions during duly luniu ... aUcrwatcls lUcy'rc tltc pcrlccl m.ilcli-nialcs for voiu 1 smart ttiilorcil stiiUl Box Office Opens ul 1:03 p.m. Show- Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens SnmUy 1:M;.-Starts 1:15 C»nli»nous shows Sat." and Son. B*rt»ta Night f;very Night'Except S^tunla? No puses hnnorcd on Sunday •» *he Ro^r. W l 1 0-* t> -*. . IHITIE* «»HO««»- Tuesday anrt

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