The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 25, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 25, 1947 Emily Wluon, Soefety Editor A/ecuA Phone 461 Imogen* Campbell Wed To Ben Herbert Abbott The wWding of Miss Imogen* Campbell) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Cajnpbellfc^;New, Liberty, to , Ben Herbert AWiott. poii'ot Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Abbott arBlythevIlle, was solemnized ln';a dpubjprring ceremony Situi'da'j 1 , mornini; (it liie home of ilia fctojjep.f.':''; Tlie.Rtv. L>:0.-Miller, pastor of New Liberty 'IBfcpllsti Church, officiated. 5 - "•',-',''''"''•• Nuptial music .vis presented by Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, who ylayed Vienese melodies and trndltlonnl wedding marches. The home'was effectively deeorai- cd witli Summer bouquets in bridal white and pastel shades. Mrs. Utho Barnes, sister of the bridegroom, was Hie bride's matron of honor. She wore n two-piece navy blue dress with matching accessories. A red band with streamers over Uu shoulderUrinimed her navy liat and she wsjj-if a'corsage of red carnations. CliMlei Abbott served his brolliei ns best'irtah. ..- • •' :'; , ' The" bride chose a he.avenly bine salin Itashloned along simple lines wilh a-'hlgh neckline, cup sleeves and a bustle effect falling into soft ripples" to''the hemline Jn the back. She wore white lact gloves and a corsage"-of • white gardenias-and stephgiiotis, Her necessaries.- were in black.. A reception was held following the ceremony. Presiding at Ihe refreshment table, which featured n tiered wedding cuke topped with minia- • tore figures of u bride and bridegroom, were- Mi's. Charle.s Hicks, Miss Frances Long and Miss Betty jean Qofl. After a wedding trip to Kiagnra Falls, Mr. and Mrs! Abbott will make their home on Highway IS East. • • • Open House Compliments . Miss Mary Sue Berry man 'Ihc 'W. Leon Smith hom° 01 Walnut Street was HID'selling Snl-1 urday. afternoon for an open limisej hcnoring Miss- Mary Sue Berryiiian bride-.'elect 1 ! of Howard Graham of ' Sle^le. The affair wns given by Mrs. .Smith and Miss Anne Weedman. —•'•-•*• .- T" - Bouquets of yellow Summer flowers t decorated tlie -enterlaining rooms and the dining table was centered witli a crystal baskel of yellow 'marigolds. The guest of honor wore a white eyelet embroidered dress and at hcrt shoulder she pinned a corsage of yellow carnations and tuberoses. a gift of Hie hostesses. She also received a set of silver salt and 1 pepper beakers and crystal in her? jjattern from the hostesses. | T}ie bride-elect's chair was mark"ed with a bridal doll. i Various party food and iced drinks, were served for refresh-) merits. • • • • Family .Reunion Held At; Leonard Smith Home "rile home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith on the Armorel Road was the: setting yesterday for a family reunion. t . '-.7-- d.uesU included 30. relatives from Memph»,v€oyinfto!>,-and Brighton. Terin.,- Ulbburn, Mo., and Soulli- ingion,;C6nn. : . .' _, The affair was given because Mrs. Erwln Mitchell and son. Ronnie and daughter', Jeanettii 'Jean MaePar- lanj, of Southington, Conn., are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. T)ie dinner was served buffet style. Bedchwear Brightens Movie Lobby Airport News Hood Flying Sorvice Inst wec-k received Civil Aeronautics Administration approval for tlie commercial imd flight instructors rating courses thai will be offered when a contract Is negotiated to pf-ovlde for triin- Ing students und«f the G. J. Sill of Rights. The contract Is expected to be signed In about it week. A number of plots who received their private licenses under the Q. I. tllglA training program have indicated they will lake the commercial rating course. The CAA' approval also authorizes the flying service to offer advanced ground school courses. I.ce Richardson, mechanic and , , , . ,, iiurlner in Hood Plying Service last major operation Ux.«.y nt the Ba)>-L, eek re ceiveci his rating us aircraft list Ilospita n Memphis. Mr. mal ,,tenance Inspector; Miller Is with her. Miss Virgin:.! Swenvongen left yesterday for Hilton Rouge, i,u., where she will spend n wwlt with Ml 1 , and Mrs. Edgar E. nanii'U and family. While there she will, lie a bridesmaid in the Wedding of Miss Ann Barnelt. Mr. and Mrs. ,j. R. Uentini have returned to their home in COH- wny after an o.xtendt'd vhil- hero wilh her parents, Mr.'uiiU Mrs Earl Walker, They .were motored home by Earl Walker Jr., who ra- Bits of News Mostly Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves, r.pent the weekend in Himiboldt, Tenn., with Mr. Reeves' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reeves. They Hew over in their plane. Mrs. Al Gray and Infant, son, Alfred Todd. of Memphis are hero (or an extended visit with her parents.^Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramey. Mrs. Dan Miller underwent These three London models distributed programs and paraded in a theater lobby of n. London movie premiere to show patrons the latest thing in English beach nnd vacation fashions. Left to right are Doris Tatlock, Maureen Ifaworlli, and Rita Keanc. Jayceeffes to Meet In C/ubroom Tuesday The Jayceelles, women's nuxillary of the Junior Chamber Df Coin inerce, will meet at 7:30 tomorrow nighl In the Jaycte Chib rooms Robert Woodard to Sing At Hational FFA Meeting •Robert L.' Wooilnnl of Steelc. Mo,, will slug wilh the Arkansas Future Farmers of America at the National P. P. A. Convention which will be held in October at Kansas City. Robert received the highest rating in vcicp or the 70 boys who tried out for Glee Club at Columbia, Mo. Steele News Mr. spent. and Mi's. O. A. Dunlvcn last week In Hot Spring, and Little Rock visiting friends Miss Helen Theobald of DC Fold. Mo., silent the weekend will her sister, Mrs. O. T. coil. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Frake and family have returned horn after spending a two-weeks vaea lion at Three Rivers Mich. Mrs. Lucille Stephens will b thCigucsl of friends nt Colorad Eprfnp: Colo., until September. Mf. and Mrs. Vertin Eiio o FlhA, Mich., spent the week with- Mrs} Eno's sister and family. Mr. and* Mrs. Hugh Dillnrd nnd sen. Jnm'cs Russell. This aiithorlz»s him to insiiect and ve-license aircraft. It also means [hat planes may now be licensed here whereas previously they had to be flown to either Jonesboro 01 West Memphis to be Insjwcted and licensed. Mi port official today said they liiul received apjilicatlon forms foi membership in the Aircraft Owne- ors anil Pilots Association,.a national organization of, private Iliers which lias as its objectives the gen- SAILOR Continued from Page 1. wns Wtl'i TEACHERS Continued from Page At The Hospitals HLYTIIEVIl.l.K IIOSI'ITAI, Admitted: Mrs. O. D. 1'rince, Huffinan. Mr.s. E. C. Newcomb, city. Ueloma Byrd. city. Frank Conlpy city. • W. A. Ward, city. Sandra Yates city. LJorothy Riunbo, city. Dismissed: W. T. Norton, city. Mr.s. William Northern, Holland. Births: Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wagnor, Luxora. a son last nicht. WA1.LK HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. O. D. I.awler, Caruthersvillc. Mo. Mildred Williams. HI. 1, city Sara Harrison, city. Shirley Abbott. Rt. 1 city. Sara Harrison, city. Shirley Abtiolt, Rt. l, city. C. S. Albriton. Steele. Mo. Robert Charles McGee, Luxora. Charline Wright, city. John Melvin. city. Mrs. Louis Proctor, city. Phillip Bvadley Nation. Hayti Mo. BAl'TIST HOSI'lTAI, Memphis Dismissed: Charles May, city. Einmett Preston, osceola. METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Alvlii Hardy, city. Eugene Reed, Joiner. malncd to spend the weekend. Mr and Mrs. Hay E. Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny McBride'Jr., spent the weekend on l,nke Hamilton, Hot Springs. j Join) Ed ReginoHl, Russell Phil- , lips Jr., and Charles'Crlgger Jr.,, were in Oseeola Saturday night i'i>' attend a dinner party given by Ann Conwny White honoring her' hoiise- guost. John Jones of I'aiagould spem the weekend with his sister Mrs F A. While and family. Mr. and Mrs. F'. B. Joyner are the parents of a daughter bom Friday afternoon at Walls Hospital. The child has been named Cecilia Margaret. The Joyncrs have three other children, 'Miss Sara Grace Joyner, Miss Mary I,MI Joyner, and Billy Joyner. Mrs. Jake Huffman and Miss I.u- la IB. 'Wilhelm have as Iheir guest his week. Richard Wllhclm ot Kit kwood, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. Perry oi Orange. Tex., arrived Saturday night to spend the week witli Mrs. I'er- •y's mother and sister, Mrs. E. W. Sneed and Miss Mary Van Sliced, and other relatives. 'Mrs. Hen Vlnyurd of Cape Gi- ardeau. Mo., left today to return to her home alter sending the weekend here as the i;uest of her broth- j cr, E. B. Gee and Mrs. Gee and lamily. Delore.s Parker has arrived home after spending the Summer with licr s!.ster, Mrs. Alfred .Hurley, in Battle Creek. Mich. She also visited another i'ister. Mr.s. V. Ki Yaeger and Mr. Yaeger in Chicago, III. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shatter and Mi-, and Mr.s. Albert Clnne and era! improvement of flight and airport conditions for pilots. The AOPA has launched n membership drive and air]x>rt officials hen; said they would like to seC more local pilots as members. Hill Byrd of Blythevillc received his private pilot's license last week. Chester Reed, operator of u Un- itm City flying .service, flew Robert Duke's PT-13 to Union City last M. Finch of Kansas City Mo., killed. His eight-year-old son seriously Injured In (he wreck. Sheriff William E. Black .wiu Finch had parked his truck and trailer alongside the highway ami that lie his son and n four-year- old daughter were slccplr.B on a pallei: witli the truck between them and the road. The death car apparently left the went around the truck and strn.ik the sleeping family, Two Killed liy Trains In Fort Smith officers have identified the. mutilated bccly of a-ma;i found alohg r.ide the Frisco Railroad Saturday morning as Troy Uncoln spears of Van Bliren, Ark. Sheriff Prentice Maddux said Die man apparently v;:::; .".truck uy a Frisco troll) earlier in the day. The second train dcalh occurred Saturday when J. C. Garrett of Pine Bluff wan killed some eight miles South of Rison when a passenger train rammed Ihe rear of a freight on a siding. At Beelii- funeral arrangements are being completed for Paul Olm- slcad of 13:cb2 who was killed in tlic cnr:h of his small plane about four miles v.est of Heber Springs Saturday. Giinstcad's brother-in- law, Charles LoFerncy. K. was the crash. Mr. and Mrs. T. f. Scay and family. Miss Ann Crook left Friday for l-'ayettevillc. where she was maid of lumor in the wedding yesterday of Miss Frances Guiher, former room- mule of Miss Crook's at Texas State College for Women at Denton, Tex. Following the wedding Miss Crook returned to El Paso, Tex., where she i.s a field director for the Girl Smuts. Miss Margaret Crook Is spending a few days in Memphis as of Miss Nancy McGlll. Mi 1 , and Mrs. T. A. Bell and son. Thomas, have returned from Conway, where they visited Mrs. Bell's sister, Mrs. R. W. Wilcox and Mr. Wilcox. They went, especially to see Mrs. G. W. Rudd of New York City, another sister of Mr.s. Bell. who was visiting her sister in Con- v,-ay. Miss Frances Damon left Wednesday by plane for New York City, whore she will visit Mr. and Mrs. Scutt. Mr. Scutt is district inspector for the American Airlines. He was stationed at the Blytheville Army Air Field during the war. seriously injured - Ami at Hoi Springs Coroner I-v.ster Jam-11 said lhat the death cf Mis. Mary Raima Whillock, aged :)0, was the result of an ov - erdose of .sleeping" ixnvder. lie said she was the former wife of John Bainva. one of the victims of Hie Great Northern hotel tiro last fall. cation at George Peabody College. Nashville, will teach the first grade; Miss Sunshine Knight, third grade, Miss Katherine Rowell. fourth grade and Mrs. Lillian Frank, sixth grade. The second grade teaching position has not been filled- Mrs. K. E. Hnrdin will serve :is heiul teacher and fifth ' grade toucher at Lange School. Miss Eli/abelh Halstead will leach the hichwa" I """ « ra<ie ; Mrs. Hex Warren, se,'=:...-:.'I coud; Mrs. 'Jewel Featherston, third and Mrs. D. H. Arney. .sixth. The fourth -grade-position is vacant. • . Mrs. Kry Prinrlpal at Sadsbury Mrs. E. F, Fry will be Slid bury School principal. Teaching the firs', grade will be Miss Mary HubK'r and teaching Ihe second will be Mm. Fern Sammon nnd Miss Beatrice Hargclt. Mrs. Roy Leo Klik- sey and Mrs. Ola Hutto will tc-icli the third grade and Mrs. Georg'J Wiggs and Miss Florence Moore, the fourth grade., Mrs. D, C. McLean ana Mrs. Fry will touch the sixth grade. Miss Alma Peters tt'tll have one of the sixth grade leaclr- ing positions and the other ha.s not been lilled. MLss Minnie Foster will lie the head teacher and instruct fifth -.'nd sixth graders at Yarbro oohool. Miss Alice Marie R.o*i< wili teach Lhe first and second grades and Mr.s. Harry Sansoin the third and fourth. Mrs. M. A. Middleion will head the faculty at Flat Lake School, where Miss li.uby Nell Hevili will also teach. At Recce will bo > Mrs Fred Wnlil, head Wafcheri-JnKi,'.\(iss : Ada Lnnrn FoAler. . •' - ; , "• • George D. Hollis will again I)C principal of William B- Ilaivi son Negro .School. Harry I^esier will teach agriculture; Clara -n. .Anthony, home economics; Robert Wiley, science; Carrie B. White, English^ Annie Home, mathematics. Grade .school teachers will be Bessie Ivy, Eva Mae Kirfc- sey, oiiie u. lio'waro, Wiinam A.' Robinson and Octavia Shiver.*. Lucille Tillman will teach at Flat Lake Negro School. Metical Test Proved This Great to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE week.-He is contemplating purchase of the plane for use in a commercial rating course there. H. O. Gray of Kansas CiLy. Mo., a CAA airways . inspector, visited here last week. He was accompanied by Mrs. Gray. Transcient pilol.s landing here last week included: B. A. Lynch ot St. Louis: W. L. Goedeke of Clovis, N. Mex.; Emma Mai-gel of Clovis, N. Mex.. and V. .1. Olive of Union City. Tenn. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Are you troubled by distress a! rnnctloni'.l moiiltilN tills innke yuli sil(l(-l from paid. iVel so nervous, rtstli ^ \\Liil — ai times' Thru DO tr> I ,1111, j. l hi^- hum'3 VfkttnMt ( oljl pound to rell.'i'L- sucli sym]iioni3( In a Hctiit IIK< ic il t« t I mklnm Ccjiliiound pioveO ttliltil>:;ibly lu-]p!i to women tionbkil ml \ ij its Mu Doctors cull u UUTUIO srilat"l\'^. U \. a eraiul toothlnit i-llcit on win ' woman i mo t u/i/jrrdn t t r v r * TnKri rt \ila u — I inkliiiin s ( on- pound ] t pi b ihd ip u t btu . LY01A F- PINKHAM'S LChi , Shady Grove News Mr. and Mrs. Hite Baling and fairtily and Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Price and sons -visited In the home of Mrs. H. C. Baling for a brief time last week. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hinsley and son of Rhode Island arc visiting Mr. and Mrs, C.. R. David this week. Joe Baling has left for St. Ixiuis. whore he will attend school. Mrs. Etta Jordan of Pocahomas Is visiting friends and relatives in Manila and Blytheville this week. Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. Jesse White will be hostess lo Club Eight. Miss Muriel Kmulsen will honor Miss Mary Sue Bcrryman with an informal morning party. Avalon Bunco Club will be entertained by Mrs. Nonvmn Speck THURSDAY Mrs. John Tyrone will be hostess to GNB Club. Mrs. J. o. Huey will enteriain the Jolly Eight Club. FRIDAY CDC Club will meet wilh Mrs. A. A. Hardy. lelt. today for 'Parngolilcl to vjsit Frank Chine and family belore-rC3 turning lo Dayton. J. Ben Ciune of Memphis and 'Blyl'heville spent the weekend here with his family to be with his brother and sister, while they visited here. -Billy MacK Mathcny, ;,-onng son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mathcny. is spending this week in Union City. Tenn.. as the guest of Hugh Wade Jr. •Billy and Wayne 'Bmnham, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Buniham. are spending a few days in West Memphis as the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. H. C. Nn.yl.or and family. Grndy iMagcc of; spent, the \vceker.d tiere as guest of Mrs. Bertie Hawks and Randolph Hawks and MOSS BRYAN Newly Acquired Modern and Antique Merchandise , From His Recent Eastern Trip THE GIFT SHOP 103 East nlain Street I"', RITZ THEATRE Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 26-27 "Home Town Movies" SEE Yourself and People You Know On The Screen! • Biytheville's Beautiful Girls • Blytheville Churches • Blytheville Schools • Blytheville People 45 Minutes of Hometown Folks On the Screen. Also feature, "Undercover iMgzie" with Ann Sothern For That FRESH Appearance — Get Anatole Robbins Prismatic This marvelous now ninkc*iip \vns designed originally for use in technicolor movies. Now you can have it for your very own! '['his is your wish come true— Iho choice of models and stars . - . 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