The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 5, 1947
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PACE TW6 BIA'TIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Emily Wixson, Society Editor FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 19.17 f Supper Dance Honors Bride-elect, Fiance Mis? Kathryn Cleveland and her fiance. Lloyd Porter, were corhpli- mented -\itn n supper dance lasi night at the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble given by Planters --Fiying Service. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Hutson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lloyd and Mr. and -Mrs. Fred Steartman a:ted as hosts and hostesses. Miss Cleveland and Mr. Porte.- will be married in a ceremony Monday morning at First Baptist Church. The main table was centered with a crystal bowl of pink nnd yellow gladio.i with shades of pink asters ar.d giant yellow chrysanthemums, garlanded by plumose ferns and set-on a mirrored plaque. Centerpiece for - the other table was la novelty floating arrangement of pink chrysanthemums nnd cala- diurn leaves with a bud vase in the center of! the^crystal bDWl holding mmiituie vases of. pompom chrysanthemums: Pink water in the arrangements also carried out the pink and ye'low color theme. Thc guests of honor were piesent- cd a place setting of silver in their pattern and Miss Cleveland was presented a corsage of pink gladioli florcttes and tubci'csss with cascades o! pompom chrysnnlhem- mums. — Out-of-town guests were Mr. and •*trs; W. L. Erode of Helena, W. H. Proctor of Texarkana and Miss K'.iy Smith of Memphis. + * * Showei PaHy Given For Mrs. Eugene Auten tVJ's Fugene Auten was complimented last night -Ahen Mrs. Lln- wapd Lewis entertained ni the home of her mother. Mrs. Roy Head, with a shower There were 24 gues,ts present The home was decorated with arrangements of flowers. Tlie "guest of honors' chair was maj^ed with n large blue satin bow and-;ihe was presented ,a corsage or-white- gardenias and tuberoses ns-a'gitt from'the hostess. ^eireshments J>f small cakes iced in '-blue and pink .with .punch were served.--; , . Bridge Party is Given In Honor of Visitors Two popular Blytheville visitors. Mrs. Robert Smart of Richmond. Va.. and Mrs. Joe A. ,Orr of College Station, 'lex., and iliclr most Intimate lilends were entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Jesse Tay- r and Mrs. Charles digger. 'Ihe party was given at the Taylor home, 811 We.s', Main St. The I our tables ol guests played bridge in rooms attractively decorated with hittioli, voses. nnd other llower.s, Mrs. Chester Caldwoll held .seer? and Mrs. Russell Farr, second GlHs were presented lo the hon- rrecs by their hostesses. Mrs. Smart is the hoii.seguest of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson nnd Mrs. GIT is the houscgucKt ol Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smart. A sahul course was .served. » * * Senior High PTA Meet Will be Held Tuesday Ihe first Senior High JJchool PTA meeting of the I5M7-W term will he held Tue.sdny afternoon, :i o'clock, in the high school auditorium, Mis. j. O- Lowe, president, announced today. An executive boiml meeting al S:30 o'clock will precede the program. W. B. Nicholson, .superintendent of schools, will be guest speaker and the program will also include soncs by Dick Grccnwcll and Carroll Evans, popular young vocalists j .'.ho sang this Slimmer at the I MOAT in Memphis. . Plans for their year's work will be made, by committee chairmen during (h,, business session. I •' ' ' * | Bridge Party Honors Miss Ross, Bride-elect Mrs. Copclancl Hostess To Jolly Eight Members Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ihirnhsiin of onc-ncc, Calil., are the parents i of a daughter born .Sunday in the Mrs. I). A. Copcland was JiOslOii j Torrcnce Hospital. She has been yesterday afternoon to memo?!-.', o! named Beverly Ann. Th c Burn- Ihe Jolly Eight Club and anolh:;;- hams, former residents of lilylhe-, Mrs. Don Haley. villo, have two other children. Mixed llower bouij.iels <le:-oral?d : Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Scherer the hcme for the omasum. I and daughter, Miss Jcamilne Sclie- In rook games, Mrs. RHiai.l "''' have returned from a 15-day r.;;chant v.'j.i hlsdi score .1:1-!;-,;. viit-ntloii. They visited in New York. Mrs. Orover Wren, second, and Mr.;. I Washington, 13. C.. and boston., HIM Mrs. .Si-hover attended 11 (onvcnllon in Shefleld, ..VVtiss. M:H. B?r.c \V<:od has ns her wcak- t nd (.'iK-M her slslei, Mrs. Frank J'Ia,lv.crHi of Curuthersvjlle, Mo. Mr. nnd Mis. Juc. Travis and daughter, Cynthia Joe, are visiting iriiUsves in Mi-mphis for a week, Mr. iinil Mrs. Huny Ch'.lgory of I!i>tht-\illv V«-u-raiis- Housing Qtia--- trr-;, ;irt- pun-ills of a daughter bora yeMcrd.iy nu nun;; ;,l Walls Hospital and named Kathleen Joan for her muther. Mr. Oresory is assistant manager of Kirn Stix Factory. Mr. and Mrs. Husscll Hays have returned home iifu-r a 10-day trip | "f Ilalfmooi!. to Van Buren and points In Inter- | Mrs. Willie Mae Baker and est in Oklahoma. . Francis Alexander have returned Miss Frances Shouse and Miss i homo alter visiting their brother.! Kan JOVIK-I left this morning tor I the Rev. nyrd Alexander. In Bcav- Uiiivri-.siiy uf Arkansas. Fayette-' erton, Ala. vill?, for rush vieck. Miss Shouse I Mrs. Huby otts and Mrs. A. D. will I).' a sophomore at the Uni- linker spent a brief lime In Elvlhe- ver.dly this Fall and Miss Joyner vlllc. C. ShullK has returned home with his brother in N, 1], Blake-more, ]ooko. The hostess served an of car.npts with punch. * » • Gail Garner Honored Gall Garner celebrated lie]' first birthday yesterday v.hen six of her muill Friends lathered at the home ol her parents, Mr. and Mv.s, Her- KL-lie) Garner, 120J W. Main SI. i.o compliment her. Mrs. Gitrner served rifreshmcnl:, c] cake and !::c ere:.m. Amateur Song Writer Of Blytheyille to Make Recording of Broadcast Mrs. L, T. Moore Hr.. Bl> liievilk' amateur song writer, said today Hint ! she to record a piano nr- i rsingcincnt of one ol her songs.' At The HospiUk ni.YTUKPILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Jerry Massey, Manila. Mrs. Kale Blankenshlp, city. Mrs. ira/el MeKeetlien, Carulh- ersvillc, Mo. Mrs. J. B. Wagner, Holland, Mo. Baby Ciestrlng. Holland, Mo. Nft's. Ada Houehtns, city. Clarence -Moore, Rt. 2. city. Mrs. (jene Akeis. Steete, Mo. Jimmy Smith. Rt. 1, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Omar Geslrlng. Holland. Mo. Willie Howard, city. llirllis; Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles I.lpfcrcl, city, u son. WALLS HOSPITAL Delha Darnell, city. Mrs. Bessie Hicks and baby, I.ux- r,ra. May Evans, Loulston, Maine. Mrs. J. T. Ashabranner. Manila. Bernlce Flowers, lit. 1, city. BAI'TIST HOSPITAL,. Memphis nismlsscd: Kva Jane Gnnn, Oseeola. Halt Moon News Mr. and Mrs. Pack Lawrence of Guln, Ala., arr- visiting their parents. V!r. and M»s. John Alexander Gir/, Hungry tor Love from Parents, Kills Her 11-Year-Old Brother JERSEY CITY, N. J.. Sept 5 TOP) — pearl .lilvcrman, 13 a former Inmate in Marlboro Kt.ile Hospital, pleaded Innocent. In polire court yesterday (o charge*; that she murdered her ll-ycar-nld brother with a hammer. The plea was made by her attorney. Jack Bi-olllmt, while Miss Silveiman stood silently before tile judge. She- was , held without hail for action by the grand jury. Police officers earlier c;iK;t'.xl Miss Silverman as admitting :;h'j had bludgeoned lie: 1 brother, Albeit, to death while he lay xleepir.i: "because my parents gave him more love than ! ever got." of Employed I Persons in U.S. Declines WASHINGTON, Sept. 5. (UP) The Census Bureau reported lodny that employn-tni during August i fell sU(;)i',ly bclo-.v the OC.tJUO.UuO murk but that the total v'JII w:is well above the figure for August. There' were E9.014.0(10 jobhoders In August compared with OO.OSi'J.OlO in July. Thc l:u: ?mi sifrerlrjcd the NJS.firjfl decline to the f.ict. that the peak of demand for agricultural kibor had ]>'as.sed and that .student:; wen 1 preparins; to return lr> classi'ooms. 'I in- August (un])l<jynu-nt Ji^nrc ^!ill ivJB 2,<24,000 above the level for the .vanie month last year. (o set a new time record despite a calm sea which observers compared with the one which enabled the British to evacuate thousands of men from Dunkirk in 1940. Carplo entered the water yesterday at Cap Gris Nez, France, at 0:54 a.m. British standard time, ind waded ashore unaided on a moon-swept beach a mile West of Dover 14 hours and 46 minutes :ater. His zig-xig route, which utilized the tide to his benefit, totaled 42 miles although Uie distance by air between tiie two points is only 10 miles. Ten thousand chimney swifts once rocslcci in a department store chimney at Ardmore, p.\., near Philadelphia. Livestock ST. t.OUIS NATIONAL STOCK- YAHDS, S,--pt. 5. iUPJ—Livestock: Hogs: 6,400; salable (i.OOO; market generally 40 to 50c higher than Thursday's average, lao to 250 Ib.s, 28.SO-28.7S; top 28.15 very freely. 1«0 to 11C Ib lights n.00-28.00; 130 to 150 Ibs 24.00-20.50; heavy hogs scarce, fiilly 50c higher, extremes '(Sc or more highs on .sows. Most KOW.S. under 450-lbs 22.75-24.25; occasional lots to 24.50; extreme liea- -House oi My Dreams", which will t will return home after this week. I be jilnvcd over radio station KLCM. i Harry Fiirr. Louis Lynch. Don Mrs. Moore, a member of tin- Unit- ! Chamblin. Jim Smart, Chris Tomp- Aii/ona. cil Music Incorporation, a club or- ' kins, jr., Frank Nicholson, Bill gnnlzcd lo combat "song sharks" I Wlllliims. and RO£co Crafton went and aid In publication of amateur!'" LiHlc Rock this; morning to nt- u-rilcr's songs. Mild she didn't know ! lend a Sigma Alpha E|!3ilon fra- vvhether her SOIIK would he aucrc.s;;- ! ternity party and dance. Are You Afflicted? OSCEOLA. Sept. 5.—Miss Betty Ross was honored when Mrs. 1,. W. Foster and Mrs. E. II. Mann were hostesses' yesterday afternoon to three tables of bridge guests al the Mann home. Miss Ross will become the bride of Steven O. Woodard Jr., in a ceremony Sept. M. In the bridge games Ivfiss Betty Jean Moore won high score. Mrs. Joe W. Edrington. second, and the traveling prize went to Miss June Gtrf>nl/i Rhondes Welborn. vai-cwfu The guest of honor was presented a corsngc of pink asters and tuberoses nnd gifts .of crystal In her pattern by the hostess. Thc home was decorated with arrangements of mixed (lowers. Miss Ross WE\S .attractively dressed lu''.g'rey crepe'with blac$ accessories. | ful or not. "Nmneroi:: friends havi- asked fo rrecordin-'s tluniKh." she adoed. The oi-jjanlzation will Mis. Moore in nil attempt to take llw son^ tti the networks. "That is the purpose ot the orfjanin.ilion, 1 ' she explained. "Tlu-onyh strength of mnnbers things can be aecom- | Earl Walker leave Sunday Mrs. IJella Alexander has been visitlm; her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander, at Half- Mr.s. Exy I.oe Butts of Hamilton. Ala., has been the guest of Mr. and Nashville, Tcnn.. arrived today spend the weekend with Mr." and Mrs. Walter lio.-icntluil. They came especially for the dedication services at Tcmpl c Israel. ivir. ami Mrs. H. G. Partlow and children. Miss Nancy Partlow. Graham and i'iit Partlinv are spending the day in Paragould with his father, H. II.' Partlow. Mr. 'and Mr.s. Frenk Eberdt and :-"ons. Frank Jr., and bavid, of I,aKe Village, Mr. and Mrs. Rdsscll Thc- baull of Ullca, N. Y.. add Mrs. A, M. ol Memphis, returned-to their homes yesterday after spending se\'eral clays a.s guesis of Mrs., Cal Gossett and sons. Cal and Jim. at Burdette. Herman Robinson rtnd hLs guest Mrs. Guy Bryant left Wednesday Miss Kalhryn Chapman of Riscm. for Chicago, where she will sit I end I w m arrive tomorraw to speiul a few n florists' convention. She will re- dr.vs with his mother Mrs Edwin turn home tomorrow. ! Robinson Mrs, E. D. Ross nnd daughter, ' ' Betty, were In Memphis Wednesday. ' Mrs. C. E. J5ullcnger is Hie guest, Rnsanne, returned yesterday to their s Sullenger, ami, home in Goose Creek. Tex., ufte lor California for n months -stay. ' ' Mls l-'cllon otts. Mr. and Mrs. Fred fioldner of f MisN Alice Riddles is undergoing '— —' in a Little Rock hos- pllshcd." She ndded that a number of other amateur songwriters in Hly- theville had never attempted to ;:ct cause it cost too much. '"It would cause It cost too much. "I would help them if they knew about this club." she said. Services of Hie organization hnve been donated s:i lilt- and nil .stockholders support their families from i.on-unisi:al occupations. I , , ° " C1 s "' 0 . , Mis. Sullenge,. n utlle Rock. Mrs - rhacl Pelton and daughter, ! mother. visit will. Mrs. J. II. treatment pital. The Rev. W. II. Alexander will be i;nest speaker Sunday at Brown Chapel Church services. lamily. Mrs. Mary Clay Hughey accompanied them as fnr as Little Rock, where Mr. Fclton joined them for the return trip to Goose Creek. Mrs. Bill Dllliirti has returned to her home after a visit with friends and relatives In Ittn Bena, Starkville, and Mooreheatl, Miss. Mrs. Donald Wertir. has been dismissed from the Methodist Hospital in Memphis and her condition is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Hesley have icturned lo their home in Chicago alter n brief visit with Mrs. Wesley's sister. Mrs. George Edrington. They were accompanied by Mrs. f-Mringlon. who will spend several duys lherc. . .... Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippen and i Mr. arid t\4l«..'|bornas-Spiers are Swims Channel DOVER, Eng., Sept. 5. (UP] Daniel Carpio of Peru today b>Tan-.e Hi-- 24th person to swim the English channel but failed in his aitempt Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP HO So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 te«,N r .. , _ r .. Mrs. Feltpn'ff on a fislmig-'trlp near Corning this Tlrl I «i " Ijwewell 'week Then he a r Theodore Pitch at the Gateway Tabernacle, Howard Street, Pride Addition. Friday, Saturday and Sunday Nights at 8 o'clock Elder Filch has the Gift of Faith. He prays for the sick and Ihc Lord heals them in a miraculous manner. Come nnd lell olhers who are suffering to come. Lloyd Hocoll is Hosl With Al Fresco Party The lawn of the Hocott home on the Air Base Roncl was the setting Tucsdny night when i/oyrt Hocotl cntci'trtined 30 guests with an nl j fresco party. | Various games were plnyctl during the evening for ninusctnciiL nr.i | the, assisted by bis mother, Mrs. Johnny HocoU, served vcfresh- mcnts of iced drinks nnd watermelon. Tri-Hi-Y Club to Give Tea for Freshman Girls The Tri-Hi-Y club of the Blylhe- ville Y will compliment Ihe girls of I this year's freshman class al Blytheville High^ School with a tea Sunday nflenioon from 3 to S o'clock al the Y. All members of the Tri-lll arc also to be present for the tea. GBRLS!! after entering WOMANHOOD Aro yon troubled by distress of fc- innle funciJonal monthly disturbances/ Docs tills nmki! you stiller Irani pulu, reel so ncri-ous, tired ^^ll 1 "^'- 5llch ""'«? Tlieii DO trj ; Lydln E. Plnklinm's Vpgetnblc Compound to relieve such syinptomi. Pnraous to help women troubled this way! Also n stom«clilc tor.lot iYDULPINKHM'SSSBSi' 7 DAY SERVICE NOW! New additions lo our staff of cv- p«rls enable us to give you belter, quicker w.ltrli repair ever before! Bring Your Watch >AT 0' BRYANT • For Better Service • Better Workmanship Pat Q'Bryant i r Jtweler Main at Second St«. _ Phone 3261 COHVE •HIEHT- T |=R^ S! \*&m -VM^| - It.fW-^--.^ l^.ir™AA:4l^ll tIP'lilii W&~ "' l P^i^' COMPLETE 9-PIECE LIVING ROOM _. A iiKirvelous outfit including the 2-Pc. vclour suite, fine occasional chair. 3 mulching tables in walnut finish, iwcly table lamp and reflector door lamp, all nt one low price' KITCHENETTE $69.10 Featuring the 5-Po. c>noim- set, n beiuitUul 32-IV. sol of illnncruaro. and rv lliiolrxirn riif-T In :;ni:in now MODERN 10 PC. BEDROOM for Only You get the modern wViterfall bed chest and vanity In rich veneers: coil spring, restful mattress, pair of pillows, boudoir chair and pair o( vanity lamps An outstanding value, at real savings! Easy Credit Terms ALVIN HARDY Furniture 113 East Main Phone 2302 Fowiston Piano - Organ ~ Voice Theory Harmnny 1 K.vfhni Classes for f're-Kcliool Children All Ket!isti-iitions i\ltis( lie In He fore Sept. 10th Teachers Accredited by Arkansas Stare Teachers Association 809 Chickasawhit I'hone 2049 /„ :m\\i dash Bobbie Brooks does up a 'new suil...wifh cfever carlwheel sleeves, and fashions il of lhal new fall fabric -"Plutocrat". And ihe new length skirl if gcred all the way around wilh an eye lo graceful (ullnoss. Gey fall loolball colors in sizes 7 lo 15 14.95 FEINBERG'S vies down to 19.50. Cattle 2,500. Salable 1,500; calves 1,000 all salable. Mostly a big packer market and bids unevenly lower with little done early. Not enough steers on sale to warrant mention. Heifers ami mixed yearlings, aljout steady in clean up trade. A few early sales ol ranner and cutter cows around 25c lower at 10.75-12.50. MOSS BRYAN Suggests the use ol our Lay-Away lor your conveiiisiico in sf- Jecliii.tV . Kil'l.s I'oi- early Christmas shnppiii.u-, or fin- lh:i( spcc-hil ".snnielliiii«>" you want for yourxelf. THE GIFT SHOP 10,'i East !\,< a i n street , Continuous Shows Kvery Hay Box-Office Opens 1:45 Show Stitrfs 2:0(1 I-ISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 PJU Last Time Today High Borbaree with Van Johnson and June A Hyson Selected Short Sub jet 1 Is Ciintinuuus S h nwi nj; !•; very day SATURDAY t R^To^ETr"n r Rt6GtR T/ s Ti _--,_ ISl S«u!tri KSTM ia UK Hr - L ROZLQN TEXASMQQN* A REPUBtlC PIC1USE Serial "Jack Armstrnnp;" No. 13 mill Short Coilt'd Shows Sat. 12:3(1 lo 11:30 Sundcy I'araniclint. Netvs and Short Continuous Show Sun. I:15-1I:(]G Boi Office Opens at 1:00 p n. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Optns Sunday 1:9'J; SlK.-l". l:Ji Continuous Shows Sat. art,l Snn. Barsalii Night Ev»jrj Mgbl Ficepl Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxr. I-asl Time Today Two Sisters From Boston with rir.i.vsnn and .lunt! Allv.snn Sr-lrcfcd Shorts Sn I unlay Scria l"Black Widow" Xo. ^ * Short Cont'd Shows Sal. 12:30 lo 11:30 , Sunday and Monday LIVINGSTONE RICHARD GREENE-NANCy Fox News and Selected Short CMUDBOU Bh«wln< bin. 1:15

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