The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 23, 1947
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MtOtfOOB BLYTHEVILLE (AfcK.) COURIER TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2*3, 10-17 Emily Wiuon, Society Editor Phone 4461 Martin-Wooten Rites To be Held in October Mr. and Mrs. James Franklin Johnson announce the engagement and approaching marriage of her sister, Miss Annie Elizabeth Martin, to Re«ce L«e Woolen, both of Blytheville. the wedding wilh be solemnized Oct. 11 at First Baptist Church here. :Miss Martin attended Starkville, Miss., High School 'and Mississippi State College at Starkville. She has nude her home in BIythevillc for tl» p«»t several years and is now employed as'bookkeeper at Blythe- vllle Canning Company. She is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Martin of Starkville. Mr. Wooten attended Blythevllle schools and is a veteran of World War II. having served with the 29th Infantry Division for four years, three of which were spent in the European Theater. He is now employed by Armour and Company. He is the soil Of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Wooteh of Blytheville. Circle Group Meets Of Society are Held Baptist Women Meet In Two Circle Groups Various members of (he Woman's , Mrs. John Holmes was hostess Missionary Society of First Hap- \ at her home nt the , Veterans' tist Church were hostesses yesterday afternoon for circle meetings. Mrs. Cleo Lnngston was hostess nnd Miss Cordelia Wllhlte co-hostess to 11 members of Circle One. ..,, Mrs. M. C. Outlaw and Miss WIN lAttaway at her hilc led prayers and Mrs. Outlaw (Sycamore si, Housing Area to members of Circle One of the Wornun's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist chinch yesterday afternoon, when Circle Two members met with Mrs. Jack home, r.J.6 West Rachel Morgan Becomes Bride of Hershel House . The wedding of Miss Rachel Morgan, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Morg&n of Blytheville, to Hershel W. House, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. p. House of Yarbro. was solemnized Saturday night at the home of the Rev. Ray L. McLesler. pastor of the Yarbro-Promlscd Land Methodist Churches. Mrs. Charles Krutz was her ma: Uta\-o(rhohor and only attendant. She wore a two-piece dressmaker suit with a corsage of white carnations. The bride wore n grey suit with black accessories and at her shoulder she pinned n corsage of purple asters. Mr. Krutz served Mr. House as best r ihan. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Krutz. Mr. and Mrs. House will make their home near Blythevllle. where he is engaged in farming. Miss Huffman Gives Party for GEO Club Miss Jettye Clair Huffman was hostess to members of the GEO Club at their weekly party last night. During the bridge games Miss Vera Goodrich won high and Mrs J. C. Ellis received bunco. A profusion of marigolds nnrt chrysanthemums decorated entertaining rooms of the Huffman home on'"Walnut Street. > The hostess served refreshment's ot cake and iced drinks. Presbyterian Dinner To be Tomorrow Night gave the lesson. When eight members of Circle Two met with Mrs. R. E. VanHooser, Mrs. M. W. Lewis gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Theodore Logan taught the lesson. Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer gave the closing prayer. Circle Three met with Mrs. D. B. Blcdsoc with nine members present. Prayers were given by Mrs. Charles Rny Ncwcomb and Mrs. H. Ii. Chambers anil MJrs. Blcdsoc taught the lesson. Mrs. Ebb Carson was hostess to 11 members of Circle Finn 1 , Prayers were led by Mrs. Marion Wll- linms and Mrs. I?. G. Cash ami Mrs. Walter Bishop taiight the lesson. Mrs. Roy Head taught the lesson [or eight members of Circle Bits of News Kivc, who met with Mrs, Lloyd Stickmon. MK. O. V. Daws and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan led prayers. Mrs. C. S. Lemons WHS hostess to 12 members of Circle Six. MVS. C. S. Lemons tnushl the lesson anu prayers were led by Mrs. E. E. Stevens nnd Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. , Refreshments were served at each meeting. * * ** Birthday Party Given For Nancy Bledsoe, 8 Colorful balloons decorated entertaining rooms of the D. B. Bledsoe home on Davis Street when Mrs. Bledsoe entertained in honor of her small daughter, Nancy Bledsoe. on her second birthday. Guests present for the occasion were 18 of Nancy's young friends. Pictures of the group Were made during the afternoon. The hostess was tusistcd in serving by Mrs. E. W. Simmons and Mrs. Bert Ross Jr.. Refreshments were ice cream nnd cookies. The annual congregational dinner ! of First Presbyterian Church will! be held tomorrow night at G:30' o'clock, the Rev.. Harvey T. Kidd. - pastor, said today. Mrs. E. S. Spradley is in charge of the dinner. Music will be furnish«J by the Beginners Department under the direction of Mrs. J. 1 E. Beasley and fay the Junior ChOlr under the direction of -Mrs. Jess Homer. The Rev. J. L. Scott, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of West Memphis, will be the speaker. I The dinner is given by the Auxiliary, of which Mrs. C. M. Gray is president. Members and friends of the congregation are invited, the Rev. Mr. Kidd said. 3 fl « Calvary Church Group Has Program Meeting The David Livingston Chapter of the Junior Royal Ambassadors ot Calvary Baptist Church had a meeting last night at the church for t program on state missions. Taking part on the program, en . titled "Arkansas, White Unto Hav vest," were Ronnie Lloyd. Jamc Sims, Billy Haynes, Jimmie Lloyd and Eugene Belknap. Charles Lipford and John Holmes, .counselors, led prayers. Council Meeting Held At John McHaney Home Airs. John C. McHancy was hostess lo members o! the Business Women's Council of First Christian Church at a meeting yesterday :if- ternonu. Mrs. -A. R. Wctenkamp gave the devotional nnd used as her topic. "Prayer, The Greatest Power", taken from the buok, "Abundant Living", by E. Stanley Jones. -Mrs H. S. VBalrcl discussed anil explained the I importance of "Lending A Devotional Life." [ Mrs. Rupert Crnfton, president 'us m churge of the oriel business oii and the meeting closed with he benediction. Mrs. S. D. McCcc gnvc a prayer. nt the Circle one meeting. For the Hiblc Ktudy, the group discussed In round table fashion the seventh chapter of Acts. A circle program was presented lit the Circle Two meeting with Mrs. 1J. L. Vastblnder hi charge. Mrs. J. E. England presided at u brief business session and Mrs. Fate Bratlon opened the session with prayer. Taking pnrt on the program were Mrs. England, Mrs. J. 'W. ToiiUlnson, nnd "Mrs. t». H. Jernigan. Mr.s. n. C. Germany dismissed the group with prayer. Refreshments were served at both meetings. Mrs. Baugh Hostess To Women's Auxiliary Mrs. Russell Baugh was hostess nt her home at 1711 West Hcam St.. last night to members of the Young Woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church. In mid it ion lo the 11 members present w;us a visitor, Mrs. Charles Davis, who taught a chapter from the mission study hook. "Pray Ye." Assisting the hostess in serving circKhmenls were Mrs. C. E. Jolin- ion and Miss Bernice Overman. led Cross Worker To Return to Burma Miss Ruth Chrlstopherson of St. Louis made her final visit here .oclay us general field representA- ,lve of the American lied Gross jefore returning to Bunnci to resume her educational work. Miss Christophcrson was In fturma when the war began and upon her return to the states accepted a position with the Red Cross. She has now resigned to return to Burma. Arthur Juckson of St. Louis, who will fill tile position, accompanied her. Mrs. Bertie Hawks and son, ftari- diUl, hhve as their guests for several days Mrs. Hawks' brother, O. K. Davis, and Mrs. Davis, of Detroit. Mich,, Mrs. Ix^lla Davis of Rlpley. Tenn., and Mrs. Smith of Palm Beach, Fla. Ray WorthniBton, Todd Harrison nnd the Rev. Harvey T. Kidd al- tcnded a church meeting todijy at the First Presbyterian Church nl West Memphis. Joe B. Rnmey left today for Lexington, Ky., where he will enter the University of Kentucky. Mrs. Rnmey nnd their small daughter will join him later. Mr. Rnmey has been connected with Kirby Drug Co. for several years. Miss Elvn Ncnl of Cleveland, Ohio, formerly of Blythfivlllc, Is spending two weeks here us guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Fisher, Mr, and Mrs. 'L'jndcnnie Fowler and Mrs. Earl 'Buckley. Charles Roy Lutes, student at Ar- kiuisfts SlAle College, hus been appointed n technical- sergeant In the? department of Military Science nnd Tactic. 1 !. The appointments are ba;;- ed upon scholastic slunding, prac tical ability and leadership. At The BI.YTHKVII.I.K HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. J. T. Eddrlngton, city. John Hughes, city. Dismissed: J. G. WaOcius, city. Mrs. Calvin Ralph and Ijafoy, city. Ulrtlis: Bom to Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Graves, city, a daughter Oils Inorn- WAM.S HOSPITAL Dissmisscd: Mis. w. T. ahellon, city. Mrs. Jack Heed and baby, 3. city, T. A. Mizell, city. Mrs. w. M. Bimics. Sleele, Mrs. Richard Becker, city. Mrs. E. D. Mitchell, III. 3, city. Bertha Jean Vorrts, Steele. Mrs. j. D. Bmlth, city, BAPTIST HOSPITAI., Memphis Dismissed: Henry Davis, city. Memphis Policeman, Hit By Attacker, Improves Rt. Mo. Arkansas Art Exhibit Entries Taken Till Oct. 9 CONWAY, Ark.. Sept. 23. (UP>- Frniik Govnn, professor of art at Hcudiix College lias announced that entries will b« accepted until ! Oct. 20 for the third animal Ark [ ansas Art Exhibit. The exhibit will'he held Nov. MEMPHIS. Term.. Sept, 23. (UP) — Patrolman Edward O'Connor, who was knocked unconscious by an unidentified assailant- wns m fair condition today. O'Connor, off duty nnd in civilian clothes, was found In a Butter last night. He was taken to '.he hospital for treatment of a possi- hle brain concussion. Investigators said that O'Connor MIS the apparent vicii:n of a Negro he had been holdint; lor arrest. A bus driver said th<u O'Connor had removed the negro from a bus. .Announces tor Congress OZARK, Ark.. Sept. 23. U.P.) — State Sen. George W. Freeman, World Wap H veteran, sinnds today as the first candidate in Av- Many Out-of-town People j To Attend Masonic Event Many people from out of town are expected in Blytheville tonight for the Scottish Rite reunion and banquet at Al Sullivan's Restaurant on Second Street. E. H. Ford and C. A. Canning- horn arc in charge of the program which will be presented. "Flak" is an abbreviation of "Flleger Abwc-hi- Kanone," Getman lor anti-ulvcraft cannon fire. kansns to announce publicly for a state or federal office. Freeman said yesterday that he will run for Congress in the Fifth District, a post now held by Rep. Brooke Hays of Little Rock. Alont; with his announcement, Freeman also called upon Arkansaw GI's to unite into a single .state group. YOU WOrnEN WHO SUH-tK HOT FlASHESt, 0, FEEL CHILLY- Many Mempliians Attend •'Rites tor Mrs. Archillion People who have rc'.urucd to their loinis after coming to nlytheville o attend funcrnl services for Mrs. Elma Archillion, held Sunday af- crnoon. include a numoer from Memphis. They were .Mi', and Mrs. Tom Mcers,' Ralph Weldleln and Miss Laura Wc-idlein. Mr. nurt Mrs. Hen•>• iButts, EUgene Butts. A:rs, Butt. Miss Lizubcth Cole. Miss Fhcna , Spain, Miss Rose Levene, Mr. -jiKl * Mrs. Guthrle, Mr. and Mrs. Vviiiiaiu \ Llnyard, Buddy Morse. Mrs. Jennie .! Sano and Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Ford. Mrs. Archillion, who was the oldest living member of the Methodist . Church here, at one time lived in - : Memphis. ; . ATHLETES FOOT STCM HOW TO STOP IT MAKE 5 MiWUYE TEST G*r TE-OT, o( :iny (Inifi slorp. Apply ^ (hl« POlVIiKFUr. PKNJ.TKAT1NC fiinnl- ci«l« FULI, STREKtfJ'ir. Ki'acli«« MO11E 1mm to KILL llic Itch, del NEW foor , comfort or your 3Sc hnck. Today at Phone 476 Kirhy Rrue store t, nMy S'af^'.SS « >Z^^"^ * — night MI-. and Mrs. Floyd Windlsh " u "die(J dollnis I Marvel) Mrs. Fred Wnhl left yesterday for Jonesboro, where she will attend Arkansas Stule College for a five- week term. J. B. Williams spent today In Joncsboro. Mr. and Mis. Doyle Henderson and family have us their guest. Mr. Henderson's mother, Mrs. C. C. Henderson, of Bells, Tenn. will be given In the various categories, in addition, woi'k selected for the exhibit will be shown in the Little Rock Museum and other galleries of the state. Govnn said. The exhibition Is being sponsored by Hendrlx College in cooperation with the Little fiock Museum of Art and the University of Arkansas. Here's Good News! Arc you between the HRC.S ot 38 rm<l 52 und goinn through thai trying Juiictiaiml 'mlddlc-agc* period |ic- cullar to v,'ometiV Does this jiniko you sillier from liot flashes, feel rrlammy, 50 ncrvont:, IrrlUljlc, weak? Then DO try Lytlla E. Mukhnm'a Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms! It's famous lor this! Many wise 'middle-age 1 women tnko Plnlilmm'H Compound ro;:\ilrvr- Jy tu liplp build up rcsUiaiice against this distress. Pinklirun's Compound ccntnlns no opiates—no hnbU-formitig drugs. It .nature (you know wliat we Diennl). This (jrcut medicine also lias whnt Doctors call a stomachic ionic effect. NOl i: : Or you n, a r pr «f« r l.YDI,\ T.. M.XKEIAM'S TAKI.KTS uil Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND KILLS! KILLS! KILLS! Roaches and WatcrbuRS Slalr l>Islrlliulors Oarradp Biaf. l.llll>- IJotli 30c 30c -.] Club Women Plan Booth For Exchange of Wares Introduced for the first time this year nt the Northeast Arkansas District Fair, which opt'ns tomorrow nt walker Park, will be' a commercial booth sponsored by Nortl Mississippi County Council of the Hcme Demonstration club. The boolh will include needlework, novelties, jelly, candy nnd pastry., It will offer nn opportunity to women tu exchange ideas and observe Ihc work of other women. It, also menus that they can sell nnd buy products in the Ix/lh. aul Lewis Goforth -lonorecl With Party Paul Lewis Golorth was honored in his eighth birthday Saturday af- ernoon with a party given by his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Go- orlh. Favors were presented to each of he ten guests present nnd the host ind hostess served refreshments of .ce cream, cake nnd iced drinks. Buffet Supper, Shower Honor Mrs. Ednngton OSCEOLA, Sept. 23. — Mrs. Joe W. Edrington was honored last ntglit at a shower anil buffet supper when • Miss Marjoric Mayo Mrs. Joe Shippen. Mrs. Winifrec Wntson nnd Miss June Rhoads Welbourne were hostesses nt tin Rustic Inn. The 25 guests were scaled at in dividual tables laid with pink, blui nnd white cloths ;nut centered with vnses of pink ro.scs. ! Lace cloths covered the buffet tnble rind the table on which sifts were displayed, central decorations were of pink nnd red roses in crystal bowls and pink and white tapers burned on bolh tables. Weslcyan Guild Meets With Julia M. Morrison CECEOLA Sept. 23—When the Wesleyan Guild of First Methodist Church met last night nt. the home of Miss Julin Mae Morrison with Miss Agnes Stevens as co- hostess, 20 inetnbL'is mid three other quests were present. Visitors were Miss Marguerite Reid. Miss Mary Lou connely nnd Mrs. Jim Hemy. The home was decorated with marigolds and other Fnll flowers arranged with pink rosebuds. During n social hour, the hostess served a salad course an'd group ptnycd games. Coming Events Social Calendar TUESDAY Trl-Town Club -- Mrs. Haynes Parr. Club Eight—Mrs. Charles Langston. Avnlon Bunco Club--Mrs. Paul Mahon. THURSDAY The Phcbean Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meeting at the home of Mrs. HnrVey Chapmnn. 1125 Holly St.. 7:30 p.m. Jolly Eight Chib--Mxs. N. H. Blakemore. Pathfinders Class monthly covered dish supper nt First Methodist Church 7:30 p.m. .FRIDAY CBC Olub'—Mrs. Cornelius Scherer. Woman's Club luncheon, 1 p.m., followed by program, 2 p.m., nt the club. Civic Calendar WEDNESDAY Mississippi County Fair. Klwnnts Club—13:10 p.m. THURSDAY Mississippi County Fnir. Rotary Club--12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce ;Board of Directors--2:30, Ch.imber of Commerce office. Scnoir High Chicks vs. Messick— there. i ! FRIDAY Mississippi County Fuir. Junior High Pnps vs. Bellcvue— here. SATURDAY Mississippi Comity Fair. Missco Woman's Mother Dies in Long Beach, Cal. Mrs. Alice Lowrnncc of Long Dcnch. Calif., motner of Mrs. C. F. Tompkins of Durclctte, where she hud often visited, and formerly oi Hot springs, died last night in a Long Bench hospital after a brief Osceola Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. Bettyc Nellc Starr will entertain bridge club at, her home. illness. She was 77. Plans for funeral services wer incomplete today but will be heli or Thursday after the on Wednesday noon. Mrs. Lowrance's last trip Hurdettc wns in December, !!)*< Mrs. Tompkins and her dnugh ter. Mrs. Gene Tenford of lilythe ville. are in Long Beach, afte leaving here Sunday night whe Mrs. Lowrance became serious ill. She is survived by another daughter. Mrs. Vernon IToldc with whom she made her home. BEAUTIFUL NEW •OitQ Suede Pump Wine and Gray Trim on Navy $8.95 I¥E*X . • I Ml P» V TOO/ PWSOH 'COTTON BALL 1 October 2 7 1947 Fairgrounds Exhibit Bldg. BLYTHEVILLE A Feature of (he National Cotton Picking Contest Tickets on Sal*—Kirby Di'tig Store While Touring the Northeast Arkansas Fair, Visit FITZPAmiOTS Featured in the Main Exhibit Building FREE! Register at Booth for Free Drawing For 1 LADIES 17-JEWEL WATCH 1 MAN'S 17-JEWEL WATCH 1 EMERSON RADIO To Be Given Away Saturday, Sept. 27, at 6 p.m. You Do Not Have to Be Present to Win. FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORE Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 122 E. Main Phone 2728 Blytheville YOU'LL SAVE MONEY AT TRUCK HEADQUARTERS Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN »-m. 12:45 p.m <:3» p Tuesday Wednesday Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday WITH DODGE . every one of these FEATURES • I.-head, high-compression engines « —that stay quiet! • Four-ring pistons save gas and oil! • Kshaust valve scat inserts cut valvc- i grinding expense! ' Kxtra-sizc transmission ftears and shafts—for longer lifef < Uniform cylinder cooling increases efficiency . . . reduces wear! | Component assemblies "Joh- Ratcd" for each Size vehicle! , ONW DODGE BO>LDS Box Office Opens at 7:03 p m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:70; Start* 1:H C«nUnn<>as Shows Sat. ami Son. Barrmtn Might Ever/ Night Except Saturday Ni mmt* honored on Sunday »• the Roiy BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. 217 S. Second Street Phone 422 Tuesday Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Devil Thumbs a Ride with Lawrence Ticrncy | MISCHA AUER KIRBY GRANT-JACQUELINE deWII 'GLORIA STUART

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