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PACE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE .(AUK.)' COUU1EH NEWS FUIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1947 V Emily Wixson, Society Editor I'hone 4401 Rushing Sea$6h Planned Ai Beff Mrs. Van Patten Named President Of County Group Mrs. Ivan R. VtmPntleu of Bly- iheville was elected president or the Business Woman's Federation of the Mississippi County Association of ihe Baptist Woman's Missionary Union ut a meeting Iflst night lit the Baptist church in Osceola, Mis. R. W. Wells or Osceola was elected treasurer of Ihe organization. The Rev. E. O. Brown, paslor of the First Baptist Church of Bly- thevllle, presented the evening mcs- snge. His subject was, "In Charge of God." Miss Jean Thompson of Osceola gave a vocal selection. Mrs, John Bearden of Leachvllle. program clia)rm»n was in charge of the progrnm on "Brhitf Ye All the Tijlies Into the Storehouse." Mrs. Pansy Mobney and Mrs. Leo llo- berts o[ Leachville- presented short' sketch on stewardship and Mrs. drill Hunt'of Number Nine gave Ihe devotional. Mrs. Darrcll Luiis.'ord of' Blythevllle Calvary . Church discussed what the Busl- Jolly Eight club-members were ness.Woman of Ihe W. M. U. should do in the drive for one million tithers. ft'lien Mrs. Dick Watson was hosts*! last night to members of Alpha Alplm Chapter of Beta Bi^ink Phi soforlty In theVlbackT'yai 1 d'"6f her home on West Cherry Street, plans w?re made for. rushing new menu hers. ..... •'- feiss Iva Seay, vice president and rush chairman, appointed a commutes? of assistants for the rush season on; which Miss Dorothy Jfari Hlg- glfjsori, Mrs. Robert, A. Porter aiid Mi^. Trances Gammili will serve. A series of programs on "Paths to .^Loveliness" were discussed ami plains made for meeting on first and third Tuesdays of each month. TUe next meeting will be held si home of Mrs. Ted Lystcr, 1139 Walnut St. Following the business session, the hostess served refreshments and re- corjled music was presented. Mfs. Pritchard Hostess To Jolly Eight Members enfcrtained last night by Mrs. Rl chprd Prichard at her home on Highway 18'East. Krs. J. O. Huey won hijh score piy.3 in games, second went to MM. Drover When and Rooko to Mrs. Clco Wren. : Mrs. Lunsford, vice-president, in charge of the brief business session, plans for the next meeting which will ,be held Dec. 11, ill Oal- j \Viliiams Bits of News Miss Mary Ann Smith left today for ncnlon, Tpxus, wln-ro she v/ill ln her Irc'shinan year at 'li'xii-s Stale College ior Women. Sin- wa* motored to Memphi.s by Mr.s. u a. Parllow nnd Mrs. Joe Shanks. Also accompanying Mis. 1'aillow was her mother, Mrs. II. K. Nchl(;lt who will g° liotn Memphis to lx:anoke where she will spend week witli relative!;. Mrs, Van O. Kluul lr; .spending the weekend in Mi.-mphl.s with her daughter, Mrs. l^wis Wilson an<] Ml 1 . Wilson. They plan to spend Sunday in Blue Mountain. Miss., where Mr. and Mis, wilson'y daughter is intending college. Kin: accompanied Mr, nnd Mis. u. Ci. Pnrllbw and her fliirsLs a:; far us Moin|)lils. Mr.s. Billy Kciil IrfL Oils moriiliii;, Ior Aurora, Mo. where she Shaw net School Classes Elect Sponsors, Officers I JOINER, Sept. IE.—The junior ami freshman classes, of Shawnee School at Joiner have selected their s|x>nsors and class fK-Ori. Epcnsor.s for the junior class will I.e Mrs. Klisa Clark and Mrs. ][. Collard and officers lo scrvi' arc: Cieoifio Kelly, president; Clmrlps Walker, vice president; Hobble .Shannon, setrelaiy; Lynn Tlnsley, tmiKiiir-r, and Jumc.': liailey, reporter. KlocU'd sponsor of the freshman chiss \viis Miss Annu Bell Jones. G'liLsii officers elected v;ere Ijurry IlHtninuck president; urleo Kich- nixls vico president; Virginia i:i'e\vry, secj'ctary-trcasurf r aiul Onuk-s Haile, reporter. The urmip tmido plans for at- Uindini. tin. Mississippi County Fair. Gl Painting Is English Memorial vary Baptist here, were made. Mrs, visit Mr. Reid, who school there. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins 1:111! son, Joe Lynn, and Mrs. Kail and son, Donald Wayne, Dahlias and tuberoses decorated J - & McCauts o[ Osceola, resigned the home for the occasion. ns mission study chairman. 01 cake and trull ~—" ~~^ —~ Refreshments salad were served. Mrs. Burr*is Honored Wjjth Afternoon Party) i . Mrs. John Foster and Mrs. Th«5- Lilet Faye Yancy Wed , In Evening Ceremony I Miss l,lla Paye Yancy, daughter of Mr. aiid Mrs. Floyd Yshcy, became the bride of Ray Pierce, all clofe Logan entertained four titles of Blythevllle, Tuesday night at tho of quests with a bridge party Wed- home of J. L. Smith of Keiser, jms- nesdny afternoon at the Login home tor of tne Cl » rsol > La)ce Baptist on-Yarbro Road In compliment tci chi| feh, MrJ;. M. T. Burr of Osceola, who will go, soon to Indianapolis, Ind., to make her home. Marigolds and other early Fall ilojyei-s decorated entertalrilhg rooms for the occasion. Soft lights and greenery arrangements formed a setting for the ceremony. The bride wore a pale blue dress with white accessories. Mrs. C. P. Coates won high in Mrs. Elols honor, wore Pierce, her maid or black trimmed with games and low went to Mrs "K*y- **qul"» n»d black accessories. mo)id Smith. • • ' '•: f Russell Pierce served 63 best man hostesses The hostesses served a dessert course with coffee. • • • * Bir7Kdaj^arty Given Fqr Nancy Nico), Five. . . Hancy_l < o) i .;J}icei ; j i fifth birthday meant b»lloons and bubble gum and party hats for the neighborhood • «i\ "- i— »l..j*- Followifig the ceremohy, a recep- liori wss hald in the home. Mr. and Mri. Pierce will in' Biytheville. make their home Mrs. Bevi/J Chosen For Of/ice at PTA Meet Mrs. Shed Bcvlll-was elected vice at the hORie on Ash?)Street,- 'fhe group played games in the back yard and Jenny Wren Mc- Ca»la won the prize for the favorite "pfmin^-the-tail-on-the - donkey" coijtest. , The guest of honor wote a pink frctk with a ftiaKhih'g'^ink ribbdti in Jicr blond hair. Imh -ty&KncUi^ 'nt Cernoo: school.* Mrs.'fepvill will replace Mrs. La- gronne Whittle, who resigned, During the session, at which Mrs. I,. H. Autry presided, plans were made for will spend Ihe weekend with Mrs. Atkins' and Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kd McCee of Aberdeen, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Clunc of .hick- son, Tenn.. were tlic guests Uxlay of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Hen Chine. Mrs. J. w. Llnnemiin of Mary-. ville. Mo., lias relumed lo her hump nfler visillnn Mr. nnd Mrs. J. w. • Llnnetnan Jr., nnd two children, j Ciirmcl Clime, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bon Clime, lias returned to Dayton University at Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. I,, o. Gill and son. Max, left toddy for Delroll, where they will visit (heir .son nnd brother. Lowell; and Scrnnton, PH., whc-ro they will be KUcsts o: ;.lr.i. T. J. Ciivo. the Gills' d-iughter. Th-.-y will return home in Iwo weeks. Mrs, Sholburne Brewer has reed from Memphis, where she silent several days. Slie wont r.own usuc-- cinlty lo attend the wedding of Miss Elise Green to Paul William Smltli. solemnized Tuesday moni;ii« at the Immaculate Conception Uluirch. Mrs. Roland Green of Blythcvllle and Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Pip;; of O.i- ceola were nt their homes [oriay after returning from St. Charles, Mo., where they inotorcd Miss Evelyn Jenn Plgg, entering I.mdenwood College for her freshman year. .Miss. Eutojiin .Whilwortli of-, Uly- Uicvllie and'her sister, Mrs.'-Jamc:; Elslander of Driver, wen; back home today niter spending, n vacation in New Orleans. Among the memoirs of lliclr trip was n picture from the New Orleans Hem of 'Ihe tv:o looking over a 'World War 1 sub- Yeaman Class Meeting Held at Knight Home OSCEOI.A. .Sept. 19 — A Illisln and .':oci:il mrt-lln^ which 28 members or Ihe ycaninn Class of piirt McUicdist Churcli attended wiif held last nlijhl at the homo of Mr.';. O. W. Knight. Mrs. Eloise Uixon, Mrs. A. P. imrham ami Mr.s. ,J. A. Ilo.slich wei'o co-hos- Mrs. Mudcline F. Campbell, provident, conducted tlie business scs- .slnn. followed by a social hour. Va;:fs (jf :;jiapdr;n;on.'i and tircen- | try clccoraU'd Hie home. At The Hospitals III.VTIIKVII.1J-: IIOSI'ITAI. Admlltetl: Liicinda Cole, city. Lloyd Dt'Cuurlcy. Cooler, Mo. WAI.I.H HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. .J. U. Ship]), city. Mr*, j, n. l.nmbert and baby lite. 1. city. Mrs. Marvin 1,. Hart. Rte. I, city Mrs. clay litooks, Luxora. iMKTHOlUKT IIOSriTAl,, Memphis Dismissed r Mis. Jack Ttntccstrnw, Osceolu. IIAI'TIST IIOSI'ITAI,, Memphis Dismissed: Glory Ann Dames, Joiner. Mouse Committee Plans Study of Wage-Hour Law WASHINGTON. Sfpt. 19. (UP) — House Labor Committee officials revealed today they will begin an Investigation of the wage-hour act next month. The investigation will cover the entire net and will ]>e used as a Usis for legislation at the nexi session, they said. Karlier plans to restrict tlic inquiry* to minimum wane floor:; lifivc bren nbandor.c,!!. Old I'nijiucl Vegetable oil as an indu.sirial product dates bai-k (o H;ZO, when operation of the first cottonseed oil mill wss slarti'd in Culu'iibUi, .<j. C. Flashing Ola- monrfsculp- lured I4K gold mounting. Continr.oua Shows Every Day Bor Office Opens 1 -AS Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN . *:00 a.m. !2:45 II.TU 4l:3« p I3urin« the w;ir, an American nirnuiiri painted this picture of St. I'rr.ncis prenchini; lo the Ijirds on Ihe wall of :i farm building near lps\';ich, Knglnnd. Plans nro under v.'ny to protect Ihe pointing and maintain it ns ii memorial to the USAAF. Local residents soy the artist was Sgl. livin A. Smith of Washington. Kast Time Today The Hucksters VIIU'VU (HIT Gain Weather Bureau Experts Valuable Data on Hurricanes Seventeen Pound Girl Born to North Carolina Couple With Big Family HUHLINGTON, N. C.. Sept. 19. tUP> When Mr. and Mrs. J. W. £trouth got around to having their IGtli child they had a big one, Or. J. 1,. Johnson reported today. The infant. Hntlic Thelnia f-lrouth. weighed 17 pounds, eight ounces at birth. Birthday cake with other refresh- , ™? ms ' mejits were served ... ' '"'""" >. -. »U " •„ chamthw. the reeular meetine tlntc mlulnc in Jefferson Square duriiiE nim g ?ednesday g alternuln, !o the - ft »'«ht*eelng trl,,. They were accom- third Tuesday of each month. In the room coutit, first grado panled by Mr. Elslr.nder, who returned home while Ihey remained Services Will Be at Temple Israel Special Sabbath of Repentance services will be held tonight,' 8 pni., nt Temple Israel. Dr. Alfred Vis5, rabbi, said today. The idea of this Sabbath -will be featured in the Rabbi's 'sermon: "The Story of the^ape Goat." Tieatl Courier Ne*s .Want Ads. B "* Refreshments o'f punch ami cookies were served by the Home Eco- Mr. nnd Mrs. \v. C. Cales had ns dinner guests lost, night Mr. nntl Mrs. J. W. Dadnr of Carulhcrsvtlle. Mo. Mrs. Octell Sanders of Greenwood. Miss., has returned lo her home after spending several days ..vitli her WASHINGTON. Sept. 19. IUI'1 —« L'.'.ssons learned frnm the MorUlu i iTicaiu* may make it ixjsisble In | chart the patli or future tropical .storms as much as two full day. 1 ; in advance, n weather bureau cxiiprl ill today. Robert Simpson, who spent two 13.1 "exploring" the hurricane in an Army R-W observation piano, said meteorologists discovered UvU a huge mass of warm air precede the hurricane and points thr: direction of the storm. /The warm air mass can be detected easily by instruments. Simp ST. I.GU1.S NATIONAL STOCK- YAliDS, Se])t. 19. (UP) tUSDA) —- Livestock: IIos;s r..«l)0: salable 5,500; top and bulk 180 to 2SO Ita. 58.75; with wmio later bids and sales 28.50. Market on these weights and heavies 25 to OOc lower thnn Thursday's I average. Lighter kinds little cbnng: ed. lliO to 170 Ibs. 27.50-28.25; 13(1 Contract Sco/cs Hew Deal for Old State Capitol LITTLE ROCIl. Ark., Sept. 19. (U.P.i—Restoration of Hie 107- year-old stale capito] here appeared possible today, following, the; dtiuviny. up, of ^u. contract' i Llllln Kock arct)i(ectlirur5inittl(L , - •• r..'-- H , i y 1 /^ H^T • i^tp,'-ui- \,(unuiu3- i-nju< contract, as prepaml .^y,, Burks & {| t , • lo ,i y - OVC r U tn d Anderson, «':LS approved'- rif al ea:c |, ij mc H 1L , j lfl( | t () .'a'b-ccmmiUee of liie Arkansas Co'nmt-moralivr Commission com- puscil of Ur. D. IJ. Mcllrien of Arkadclphia, Janits RotXM'tson of | to 150 Ibs. 25.00-27.25: 100 lo 120 u'cieo easuy »y insi.u neius. bimp- lts _ 2? .. 00 _ 24 . 2r v , rllla ||y no sHonu- scn said. It usually travels about | ,, w< , ient , or hc'ivv hot"; i,, , JX 5 800 miles ahead of the storm ^'wri^^s,^, steady feloclo^r: center, he .said so forecasters can b ,,, k 4go , bs ( , own _ , 525 . 2675 . Wynne and Tom W. Cani])bell of Little Rock. Architect H. Ray Burks said every effort will be made to return the building to its original appearance. 11 has been described the colonial South. most slyle tell well in advance ..vhich are.is to alerl. Simpson said he learned thot tlie devastating winds of a hurri- ''ine-arc "bottled up" in.sicie to\vmulus: clouds. Twice, lie e .storm, bi< L give up after reachins an altitude of :I7.000 feet, he s,nid. The storm ceilirn; sti-1 was not in sight. Emphasizing »that plans for breaking up future hurricnues with dry ice were "still in Ihe experimental stage." Simpson declined to speculate about, their probable .stK:cess. However, he said studies classic example of that hurricanes -!eed on vi'.ter nnrl heavier kinds 22.25-24.25: n lev; heavies down to 21.75. Cuttle: 4.200; salable 2,200: calves 1,200, nil salable. Receipts mostly cows, approximately 75 pet 1 cent of the offerings being this class. Cnly odd head and small lots of steer:; offered.- Trade generally clraggy and showing further tendencies to lower levels, except on bulls. Moderately active inquiry for steers at nbout steady. Odd head i<r medium to low good light weights steers imci heifers, 18.0025.00; a f6.v gocd cows around. 17.00-17.50: with common and medium beef cows. I'.l.OO-lG.OO; canners and cutters 10.SO-13.00. construction in (he ; Shipment, of : Bassinettes : Just Arrived! TOT SHOP ; 110 So. 2nd St. Phon* 2308 Mrs. Max teacher. « , Usrey, Home Economics Prayer Season Program Given by Business Women guests of Mrs. Nicol's father. .Indite Ci. W. Ilcndiicks. James Roy will go Lonokc tomorrow to Join Mrs. Roy and son, who have been Ihe guest this week of licr parents, judge and Mr.s. Thomas C. Trimble. They will return this weekend. Blylhcville men in Helena last niyht for the Blythcvillc-Helcna Junior High football game included Women's Circle of ^."^f tMcr^n "lo? UuJc ^n",. ""P. FrSl.^nd' S- Church presented' rtock wllerc the will b weekend ''"'P- Dm Afflick. Harry A. Haines. ,,,-j— -r | Charley Lutes and George Clark. ties while lierc. Mr. and Mrs. Eml Dallas Mitchell are parents, of a daughler born yesterday at the Walls Hoi- j pital. She hns been named Sherrv • Dale. | Mr. and Mrs. Thnd Nicol nnd daughters, Nancy Lou and Jane a program In the church Wednesday night on the Season of Pniyer. Mrs. fieula'Lloyd was In chnrge of the program, entitled. "Arkansas, White Unto: Harvest". Mrs. P. H. Jemigan gave the I devotional and others 'participating on the program were Mrs. Mubcl Lunsford. Mrs. Raymond Belknnp, Mrs. Janle Ross. Mrs. Lee Powell, Mrs. Mildred Trail nnd Mrs. Henry BCrry. H. B. Joyner and Henry Berry offered prayers nnd Mrs. Jcrnl- gah, Mrs. Bclknap and Mrs. IJoyd sang, "The Light of the World la Jesus." flccomilanled by Mrs. Trail MOCCAROUND diminish in intensity onrc the dry out. us they do over l.ind. HIT ,ce somttime.s has been nse'l to force clouds to drop their moisture, he said, and for that reason '•; worthy of consideration as a "hurricane buster." Coming Events | Civic Calendar FKIDAY Football: Senior High Chicks vs Parngoultl here. GIHLSft after entering Are you troubled by distress of fc- mi\!e funcilonal monihly cllstxirb- niires? Dof?s this innke you suiter from puln, feel so nervous, tireJ. weak —at such times? Then DO try Lydla E. Plnhlinin'ji Vepe Cubic Coni- jiounrt to rcl Lcv'o sueti syinptoms. Famous to help women troubled this way! Also a stomachic totilct •IYDIA E. SiZfeS 5 to 9'/2 Widths 4A—2A "Gold Rush" Yellow-Beige Shop Oar Windows for What U New M i i • « > > i > v . /Ml TIE'S •* • • t > I ^r for sweet cn^ mellow After Graduation Day . . Buddy Clark Among My Souvenirs Frank Sinatra It's the Same Old Dream . Frank Sinatra f Kiss Your Hand, Madame Buddy Clark for solid stuff Chuberry Jam Opus No. 1 Motcn Swing Gene's Boogie Chu Berry Gene Krupa Harry James Gene Krupa O for something different Tired Pearl Bailey That's Good Enough for Me Pearl Baifey Bfoop Bleep Woody Herman Row, Row, Row. Pearl Bailey get the toes* COLUMBIA RECORDS at ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. W. Adams, Mqr. 2064)8 W. Main Phone 2071 RITZ THEATRE Saturday, Sept. 20th ihe Ciiisnolin Ti wiili Clark <;:il>!i- inid lJ.l Also Siioris A TWO-MAN TORNADO OUT OFT fit WCS7. (E S S E M'S) FOR THE Before you choose her diamond, we suggest you inspect our anil Shorl Ciml'il Slinw.s Sal, 12:30 I 8 diamonds in this duetto of 1 IK gold. with CHARLES STARRETT Serial and Cartoon Box Office Opens 10:00 a. m. Show Starts 10:15 a= m. Continuous Showing Through 11:15 p.m. 2 Diamond comb i n a I i o n Mountings of HKgcld. $ 85 00 Box Office Opens at 7:00 p Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Optns Snmlay 1:00; Starti J:15 Contlhnons Shows Sat. and Sm. Bargain Night Every Night Eicepf Saturday N^ pa&ses linnorcd on the Koiy Last p Tnday 14 diamonds set in ^glorious m.ountings of 14K gold. ;oo BUDGET TE8MS Easy to Wed uilh in .TdbtiMin and T\sllicr "\VilIiams Selected Sliort Subjects SATURDAY Si-rial: "Hl.irk Widow" No. -1 :ui(l Slnirl ConVil Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 7 diamond en- JwV gagemen! ring in devine mount- BUDGET TERMS ing of 14K gold. , '> Sunday nnd Monday M-G-M's Fitzpatrick JEWELRY STORE Fox News Rnrt Sclccti;il Short Contlnuon Show San. i:

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