The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 2, 1947
Page 4
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BLYTHEVIU.fl (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, 2, 10-17 Ewily Wixson, Society Editor I'hon* 4461 Warning ^arty Givert For Miss Nancy Daggett ; Mtos Nancy Daggeti of MariAnnn was complimented yesterday morn. ing .by her hostess, Mrs. Floyd A. Men of family Claim Spotlight at Fendler's and Different Party e, with an Informal party. The 12 guests were served canapes «hd other party rods from the "dining room table, .which was laid _with a lace cloth and had an 'ef- - ftcttve central decoration of green - My in a grt*n bowl. GuesU Included Mrs. Lloyd H. ..Wise of Tuscaloosn, Ala., and Mrs. ~Jack chamblln of Fayettevllle. Mrs. Wliite and son, Dick; mo" tored Miss Daggett housegUest of the Whites over the weekend, lo Memphis this morning, where she ' met her mother. Mtss Daggett is a senior law student nt the University of Arkansas, where Dick also Is « senior. Baptist Group Meets '. With Willagene Daws - When Miss Willagene Daws was liostess last night to members of the • Young Woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist church nt her home on; West Hearn Street, 13 members avid. two visitors were guests. Visi tors were Mrs. Charles Vfckers of Cherry Point. N. C., the formei Miss 'Betty Kincald of Blytheville, 'and Miss Jimmle Prances demons. -IMfss Adaline Lee gave the devotional and participating on tlie pro gram were Miss Joyce Rhodes. Miss Cilffie Overman and • Miss Daws. . I il was announced today. During a brief, business _sessipn plans were made for'changing "the regular meeting time from 7:30 p.m. £o 1 p.m. The meeting was held in the yard of the Daws home and refresh, merits were served during a social hour. Taking lop place on the "new otvd different" parlies list In Blytheville is Hie "expectant fathers" >aity shower given Saturday nighl jy Mr. nnd Mrs. Osctr Pendler. Honored tit the hilarious affair were falliers-tQ-be Blan S. Heath, Robert A. Porter nnd Joe Pride. Contests which were also Iraln- Ing for the guests of honor were features of the evening's entertainment. Rev. Schultz to Conduct Services at Half Moon Homecoming services will be held tomorrow, Thursday and Friday night, 8 o'clock, at Half Moon Assembly of Ood .Church, the Rev. Martin Reagan, 'pastor, announced toclny. The Rev. Louie SliulU. former pastor there and now an Evangelist,, 'will conduct tlie services. There will also be • .special' singing, the pastor said, adding that the public is Invited. KOA Meeting Postponed Tlie meting of the Blylhevllle chapter of the Reserve Officers 'Association scheduled for tonight has been postponed until Oct. 7, Bits of News Legionnaires to Meet Dud cnson Post 24 of the American Legion will hold its weekly meeting at 8 o'clock tonlgtn in Hie Legion Hut. Underwriters Picnic Is Given at Big Lake Tlie annual association of life Underwriters picnic was held Saturday at Big Lake. Early comers had an opportunity to prove their skill at fishing. Chef J. Louis cherry supervised preparation of the supper. Tlie 4l people who attended .were members of th«-association and their fami- •'lies and fuests. W. O. Querin Sr.. .^president, was In charge at the ."! gathering". i • - * * * • ' -—Baptist Women Meet - For Business Session ^,. , ~ Mrs. Charles Penn gave the • de- ~l_v6tlonal at yesterday afternoon's business meeting of the ."Woman's Missionary Society of Pirst (Baptist Church at the :church. Her topic was "Our fleaverily Father's .Business." ..•••• • Mrs. C. S. Lemons gave the opening prayer and Mrs. (Marioii Williams, -president, had charge of the "• business session. Mrs. Walter Bishop led the closing prayer. r. ........ « Royal Neighbors Guests Of Mrs. Mamie Brister ' 7 ' Mrs-. Mamie Brister was hostess lasb night at a business and social .meeting of the Royal Neighbors. Attending for the first time as a member was Mrs. Lee Janet. Plans were made lor the meeting ,. next month, when the state super. - visor will be in Blytheville.• . • Mrs. Brister served refreshments ' of iced drinks with cooTdes. • • • Auxiliary Board Meets - . ' . Mrs. Ebb Spradley was hostess to I 12 members of the Executive Board * of the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church when they met yesterday at the church for a business session. Mrs. C. M. Gray, president, was in charge of the meeting and Mrs. Ross Stevens gave the devotional. A social hour followed the business session. • • • Combs Events THURSDAY Jolly Eight Club members guests if Mrs. R. A. Copeland. FRIDAY Miss Virginia Williams will entertain with a luncheon at Hotel Noble in compliment to Miss Mary Sue Berryman. At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted; Flora Ella Reed, Porlageville, Mo. Willie Howard, city, Willis Ted Johnston, Dell. Peggy Sue Johnston, Dell. Betty Jo Johnston,'Dell. Mrs. T. R. Marmoti, Biirdette. Frances Holt, city. Gary Harvey, city. . Dismissed: W. o. Reeves, city. Mrs. Ira LaRue, city. Births; . . . Born to Mr. 'and fMf'S. Otnar Gestrlng, Holland, a son, last night. , . WALLS' HOSPITAL Dismissed: Terry Chun, Uutora. Peggy Jean Barber, Dell. Mrs. W. N. Reed. Bcrnie, Mo. Martha Nell Hurley, Rt. 1. city. METHODIST HOSPITAL. Memphis Dismissed: R. E. L. Wilson, Wilson. 'Crippled Girl Obtains Additions to Fund to Purchase a New Piano More gifts crippled Dell for Jean Martin girl, brought her Mr. and Mrs. orpgury Atkins visiting his erandr>:iltuts, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harnish, befo.e returning to the University of Antnlisas, Fny- ctlevlllc, where lliey will both enler when the Fall term stalls. Also guest of Hie llnrnish^s is Mis. Rachel Atkins of Pnra»ould. Henry Clay p.itton of Newport Is here visiting his father, E, .C. I'al- lon. Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd H. Wise and daughter, Julia Patricia, of Tus- caloosn, Ala., are spending lh!s week wilh his pflrents. Mi', and Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise, here. They will go 10 St. Louis' rtext week and then return here before going to Tuscaloosa. Albert Thorn and daughters, Jane and Elizabeth, Memphis, spent the weekend here wilh Mr. nnd Mrs. !V5. A. Issac.s and daughler, Mrs. > John W. Thomas, ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby have returned ,home aflcr spending n vacation along the St. Lawrence River In- Canada. iMr. and Mrs. Richard B. Crawford are parents of a daughter born yesterday at Walls Hospital.. She has been named Barbara Joan. They have another daughter. Thelnia Louise. Mrs. Crawford is the former Miss • Thelnia LoUJse Keeler. Miss Ruth Blevins ol Chicago, 111.. Is vlsUlhg her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. H. iBlevins, and family. Following her visit here she will go lo Riverside, Calif., to be the guest of her brother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clint Anderson and daughter, Barbara Ann, Mrs. V. C. Williams and Miss Geneva HTM sj)ent Sunday in - Ilickimin, Ky., Visiting Mrs. Williams 1 sister, Mrs. Joe Mclntyrc nnd family. Mr. and -Mrs. Y. C. Whitlock and children, Joe Paul and Elizabeth Ann, of Texarkana, Tex., have been guests of her sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pryor and daughter, Melba. •M. E. Cook, Woodrow Cook, and son, Harmon, Torrf Grimes and Earl Stabler were .in St. Louis yesterday lo see the Cardinals play a doubleheader with the Pittsburgh Pirates at Sportsman Park. Mv. and Mrs. Paul Pryor have as I heir houscguests, Mr. Pryor's sls- ler. Mrs. N. A. Plane and Dr. Plane ind daughter, Georgia Lee of St. Louis, Mo. Condition of Edd Foster, who has been seriously ill at Kennedy General Hospital In Memphis, was unimproved today. 'XSr. and Mrs. Jack Dill of Newport visited their son. Wayne Dill, and Mrs. Dill Sunday. Mr. and Mis. Bill Young had as their guests yesterday her sister, Mrs. George Stickler, and Mr. Stickler and her father, B. T. Forbes, of Jonesboro. Miss Constance Denton left this morning for Houston, Tex., where Lonoke Girl Reigns Over Water Carnival DEVALLS BLUFF, Ark., Sept. 2. cUP>—Wanda White, 18-year-«ld >eiiuiy from Lonoke, reigned today is queen of Ihe While River Carnival following her coronation yes- erday. She was chosen over eight other Kxsiorn Arkansas girls, including lecond-place winner Jo Hamilton of Des Arc and third-place winner B.-tty Snider of Carlisle. The beauty contest was preceded by three-mile motorboat rases. Smallest Baby Esther Willimns, shown above wilh friend, wanls bnvk on dry land. She says she's tired of so much walcr and so many bathing suits, and wants a chance to prove her acting ability_cm the • . " " <•> shore./-" ~ Blytheville Teachers To Meet Tomorrow in High School Auditorium There will be a general teacher's meeting tomorrow morning, o'clock. In Ihe Senior High School auditorium, W. H. Nicholson.'superintendent of schools, reminded ilytheville leachers today. All teachers are to attend the meeting, the superintendent said. Ralph I). Jones, commissioner of education for Arkansas, will nddre: he group. Police Chief is Fined For Fight With Prisoner HKI.ENA, Avk.. iScpt, 2. (UP) — Hi.-nry Healli, chlof of police at West Helena, loday prepared to appeal lo circuit court alter being con'. ic-ted yesterday of beating a prisoner and aggravated assault. Health drew a $100 fine and court costs after it was established he ••beat, up" Clayton !>. Johnson, 35, o! West Helena, on the .night of Auu. 23. Johnson had been placed in the Phillips County Jail on a drunk charge two hours before the fight. Night, Policeman Harry Shugart testified thai Ihe chief invlled John- .son "outside" after the two men argued inside the Jail. Following ilie light, Johnson filed charges i.gjiinsl Healh and the chief filed similar assault charges against the ]:i isoilcr. Tried along wilh the chief yesterday, Johnson won dismissal of the assault charge but was fined RADIO REPAIR I AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL. Kfc- LJABLE WORKM/U\»3HIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radla gales and Service 1M South First St. Medical history is being made at Fort Worth, Texas, City-County Hospital by liny Juanita Ford. Negro infant being held by Mrs. Mildred McBee. The' baby weighed one pound mid three ounces at birth and is the smallest baby in the world to live more than one month. She was born on June 21 aiid has been gaining an ounce per clay since. Women's Fine Alterations Mrs. Charles Van Dine VOGUE 201-1 Wesl .Main HI. Phone 2902 Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP pinuo fund today to J216. In addition to tliose announced in Friday's edition of tlie Courier News, contributions were made by Calvary B»plist Church, $32; Pepsi Cola Bottling Co.. $5; Loy Etch, $5; Joe Applebaum, 5; Dixie Land Bakery, »1 and $1 from a friend. she will visit Dr. nnd Mrs. J. J Bunting and family. Prof, and Mrs. O. W. Stevenson Jr., and three children of New Orleans, La., spent the weekend here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. N Hawkins. Professor Stevensoi teaches in the Mechanical Draw ing Department of Tulane Untvcrsl Largest unincorporated city in .he United Stales is Kannupoli. c . N.'C. >5 Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. vtnd children, liob nnci Tucker, will return Friday to their Home in Richmond, Va.. utter having spent the past week here as guests of Mrs. Smart's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. ,D. Ferguson, and other relatives. Misses Sylvia and . Ruth: Ellei-- ann have returned to their'home in St. Louis after a week's j visit with their sister. Mrs. Robert Jaeger. Miss Sylvia Eilerniann has been on vacation, from the -Julliard School of Music in New York City ami, Miss Until Ellermann, who has pust completed nurses' training at the Lutheran Hospital of St. Louis, will return to active duty tliis week. Miss Jo Adams and Miss Edith Chastain of Outline. Ky.. were weekend guests of Miss Jani ton. Miss Chastain and her hostess were former roommates ing College, Searcy. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Gibson and Miss Louise Sutton of St. Louis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alford. -I The Following Stores Will Be Open On Wednesday Afternoons * EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 2 M other's Friend jntssaging prep*- Zftion helps bring else and comfort to expect jut mothers. M (Smut's ^UDTI>. an prepare! conlutni Is \. eondltkmiwMn » blwod, mi ,_, Tm»p nedlm In ikln lut>rlc«tton 1> temd. One cxjtxHtxm In irhlct. women *4c more tiiLsi 70 yt»m n*ve \uett it It • 'or massigl&g Ui« body .It b«lp« keep th» !« ... thU* UTOldlttg —vfort du« to drynesA t retrtrtves »na tone* th» «»ppll«tlcm forth* irnlnp 'iend Feinberg's New York Store starting the fight. (NBA Telephoto.) ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- YORK (UP) ...... -The marriage YARDS, 111., Sept. -2. — Livestock: rate among .graduates of Barnard College has risen 55 pe llogs 12,100 salable B.503; ger.ovil te Alumnae Register remarket steady to 25u lower. Mostly ported. _ The report steady to 25c lower rate. Top 27.75. Most 1HO to 250 lots good and choice 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Ibs. 27.50; some bulk 180 to 250 Ibs., some 315-215 Ib. hea- few loads 456-lbs. 23.00 1935, it has increased 13 per cent. ICO to 180 Ibs. 2G.50-27.00; 130 to ISO Ibs. 23.50-25.50;. a few ISd-lbs. 2U.CO; most sows 17.SO-23.00; moderate sprinkling light sows early 2:1,25 Cattle 11,100; salable 8,500. Calves nil salabe. Inquiry moderately active, but little done early. Pour cars western grassers 24.50; good heifer.s and mixed yearlings 24.50- 2U.50; medium kinds around 17.0022.00; with these and steers about steady with last week's close. Cows opened about steady but lacking briskness of last week. A few good Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m *:34 11.00-18.50; common and mc- dium kinds 13.50-16.00; canners and peacock's stream mile away. Too Late to Classify Tuesday and .Wednesday Made \iy cirtist'crnftsmen in \iLrtt_i s [[\<.r city where foe generations men luve been devoting their live. 1 ; to this; finest ol crafts. Ask about our Setting Plan. jiucl heavy mash fed broixlci', fryers. Delivered in city. Major Little, North 61. 9 2 ck ? Selected Short Smujects Continuous Showing Everyday ts on. Use sinply o $3 51) <-.-irh. Sti.50 pair. Ted C. Lyster. H30 \Valtiut. telephone 2346. Box Office Opens at 7:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sud ay 1:90; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sail. Night Ever; Night Except honored on Snndij at the ROIT. Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Box Office Opens lukctypu travelling Miss Whitsitt's Shop the Edythe Shoppe Applebaum's Ladies Toggery JK. Whether you're licadccl norlli, ra?l, soiilli or vvrsl you're in llic licnrl of fashion when you n in lliis hand pninlcd print, exclusively Toxlion*. this convcrlihlc neckline hlouse as nn cxli'annlinni-y vuliie for it's precision tailored in Tcxlron's (inrM niyon rrc|ic t \viij-luihlr: _^^^^^ wilh minimum tin inl;;ij;r, Srrnir I'nri*; UhRr<\\vnptc(lommMiiig.ScenicN(-.w Yoik: wiili(,u •, i>n-.1r.Mi'm:iiiMn, Scenic Holland: with Hlnn jirnrlimminlin/, Si/- ' $5,95 NEW YORK STORE CAROLE LANDIS 'ALLYNJOSLYN ...^ >-

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