The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 24, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2<J, 1947 !mily Wixson, Society Editor » I'honc 4461 Rehearsal Party Given |New Officers Installed For Miss Owens, Fiance jby Junior High P. T. A. Mr. and .Mrs. J.'B. Ferguson o! Melbourne entertained last suijh; with a rehearsnl party lii hono;- of MUs Ethelena Owens and Theodore Wajil, whojel jjinr'riagc will be solemnized tomorrow night at 6 o'clock, and members'of the wedding party. The affair was given at the home of , Mrs. Ferguson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C._ Owens, at their home on Highway 61 South. Entertaining rooms were effectively decorated with arrangements of -white' 'chrysanthemums and lacy greenery. The lace-ctr.iped table from which refreshments were served Initfct style was centered with white chry- santlimurns . in' crystal baskets and white tapers burned at each end. Hors d'ouevres, angel food cake and other foods were served with punch, 'y ( rs. Mannerint! Towles served punch. * '• 0 Tri-Town Entertained By Ms..Russell"H. Farr Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr was hostess to members'of the Tri-Town Bridge Club yesterday afternoon a'* her home on Walnut Street. Guests other than members of the club wore Mrs. RusseH C. Farr, Mrs. John Ed C'ouse of Cookcvillc, Tenn., housci-ucst of :ier parents, Mr. nnci Mrs. Earnest Roe; Mrs. Karl Wa- deuphful and Miss Nancy Wilboinn of 'Ai-kadelplila, houscguesl of hnv •, sister, Mrs. Farmer England and Mr. England. During the games Mrs. James Terry won high and Mrs. Russell C. Fan, second high. (Bouquets of snapdragons, [X>m- poiis and assorted Fall tlowets decorated the home. The dining table was centered with a bowl o[ yellow flower.'!, flanked by yellow candles in crystal holders. The hostess served a salad plate. Mrs. Matl .Monoglmii was installed us the president of the Junior High Paveiil-TeinliEr /taociallon it ihcir first meeting of (he year sterday atleniuon. Other offlrers elected to serve with Mrs. Munoghnti were Mrs. Enrl Buckley, vice president; Mrs. \V. B. Mayo, secretary; Mr;;. J. W. Haydcr, treasurer; Mrs. A. H. lloyd, membership cmnmluei.': Mrs. Sterling Martin, publication committee; V.'.'S. L. E. Kaker. welfare committee; Mrs. Toby l.onsr, hospitality committee; Mrs. Knperl Cral'lon, financial and UuRct commi'.tce; Mrs. Hughs Gentry, spiritual committee; Mis. C. A. Hlndman, program committee; and Mrs. Mortb: Zelliicr, publicity chalnnnn. A, E. CaldAell. principal of Junior TUsh wn.i the speaker at yesterday's meeting. In his speech lie stressed the importance of the P. T. A. lie also expressed views on. the project Hint the Junior High P. T. A. should iimlei'lRkc this year. Hosemnry Moiioghan and Doris Bean presented a pinno duel entitled "March of the Candy Dolls". Mrs. 13. It. Ilnys read the president's tncssfiHC, Mrs. Paul Mahon Is Hostess to Avalon Club Members of the Avalun ii\mco| Club wore entertained yesterday, afternoon by Mrs. Paul Mahon :\v] her home on West Kcntuc-kyi Street. Mrs. Charles Graham and Mlssj Lucille Vnsllilnder were guests j IIJK | other than nicnibei.'i of the club. r Mrs. Bill Ferguson won lituli score duriny the c.aiiies inirl Mr.s. Norman Spock received low. llunco prize went to Mrs. Tom Ilarlow. The hostess .'^rved iffieshtnetits of ;:ic' and coffee. Masonic Group Hears Official Of Scottish Rite Mrniljers of the Scottish Kite Bodies in lilylhevllle last nigh 1 heard rut address by En^oiie Emit! cf Little Hock, secretary of the Scolll.'ih Kite H'odlcs In Arkansas iluiliiK n banquet meeting held Sullivan's Cafe. Mr. Smith wa.s Introduced by C. E. Smith. scc- letuiy of the Blytlicville yroup o ccoMish Hlte Masons. f E. H. P"ord gave the invocatiol and introducrd visitors (rom othc cities. Officers of the SeoUi.s! Hilc were introduced by C. A GiumlnKlmin. These Ineliideil Mi Smltli. Canoll Thomas, cai Cmcrinv;, find H. II. Schmuck. a of Little -Rock. MembU's present v.'ei'e E. I Ford, Di'.ly !J. Slectl. Rupi-H Graf ton. David L. llr.istend, Frt'd I Wall. Max Vni-ks, W. W. Adams li. F. Kisur. liaymond Uoma Chnrleti Alford. W. C. Cutcs, C A. Cuiinltiiiliiii'i. II. R. Schmucl Paul Dyrum, J. G. Ilnnies, L. Isaacs,Hosco Crafton. W. A. Dobbin, Walter M. Day. Jim Criiflon, S. Cl. Edwards, R, H. Greenwny. K. A. nludeett. Fred Davis. K. K. ' Jones. Oscar Fcndler, and Jcx; | l : itx!)atrick. j O\it-6l-town members present included K. W. lltiuch and U. Ii. | ?,Iaore JJ'.. ol JoiiL'sboro; II. V. ( noiiiildson. of Memphis; Earl Ma- l?ers ot Dell; Charles -Wilson. J. D. Wells. John p. Hunni. and Tern Oinhrly, of Lcachville; uob Crews Jr.. 13. W. Cisco, and Coleman Crews, or O.scLolu; Alva K Sullivan Jr.. of Denver. Colo.; C. B. Woods Jr., and Moses in of I.uxora. Bits of News DISTRICT FAIR f (Continued from Page i> ;ooth, which Includes oil jjalntin rcoal and pencil portraits, c«r- \:s, sketches, and pictures made Iroin shells. The Garden Club of Blythcvlllc >lig)i School has a Ijootii Mrs. Waller L. Heard Jr., and AO children, Vli'Blnla and George Ann, left yesterday lo return to heir liomc In Newport after vlsil- nj; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. riionson, and family for several weeks. Mrs. T. 1. Scay, Mr.s. Prank O. eiiy and Mrs. J. 11.'Williams spent today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Knafo and son, Frederick, returned yesterday to Tuscaloosa, Ala., where M; 1 . Knab ts a student at the University of Alabama, after spending several dnys as guests 'of Mr. and Mrs.'Lloyd V. Wise. Mrs. U. S. Ilranson and daiigliter. Miss Jane Branson, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise have as their guests "'Is week their soil. Lloyd ir. Wise. Mr.s. Wise and ' daughter. Julia Patricia, or Tuscn-' loosa, Ala. Mr. Wise is a student al the Unlverslly of Alabama In Tnscaloasa. Mrs. John E. Clouse and daughter, Marsha, recently of Cookcville. Tenn.. are guu-sls of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hoe. Alter . leaving here they will join Lieut. Clouse who Is stationed with Ihe Medical Corp at the Air Ilase m Wilmington. Ohio Mr.s. Wagner Adams and dauijh- ter, Linda. Miss Mamie L. Adonis before returning home. Uobert Earl Qrady of Hoytl, Mo,, spent yesterday with his sLiter, Mrs. Hob Lee Ktrilth. Mr. Smith and lamlly. Hob Lee Smith spent today In Memphis. loo Lot* to Classify Apartment for Rent or display of various art work. | tests will );e given by personnel of The Northeast Arkansas Beekt'?p- itlie mobile mills. crs Association is sponsoring u laigo [ Commercial exhibits have been set U]> i:i tliu Main Exhibit Uulldlm; FUrpnirk!:'s Jewelry Co.. Flanlcrs Hardware. Ark-Mo Power, Baker Implement Co. of Itennctt. Mo., Del;?. Steel Building Co. of Jones- , ixhibit showinj; eii'ii|mie:K products and by-product!) ir.vcivM in the bee and liunoy-mr.klng industry. The completed cotton exhibit :;c: up oy me lilytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce shows growing :'JM .Inntni; processes, products a»:l & In r,u y-pn • = .> • Helinve miseries direct ^ifi'-? — without "Josfng" I DUI ON boro and the U. a. Army Recruitiiij! Service. Other Klytheville firms have set •oditcts made from the Mid- 'up ilispluv.i in conjunction with the South's staple crop. A miniature by Lhc BuitlrU:! Gi:i '^ actuaUy Ejins cotton m UK- center UK- display. Hr:il(li FxhitiiU An fin-.c.] Two tlis|)3ays arc iJL'in^ ^pDnsor by ilie Arkansas State bo:ird Jaycee's cotton exhibit and show 'cotton raiments which they Imiidic. (These include J. C. Pcnney's, the I ;»'c\v York Store, Mead Clothing Co.. it ho Tot Shop, R. u. Hughes and '. Mnrtln raid Boydslon. In a tent near the Main Exhibit A|»uli»rnl. 401 K. Ash A: I'"'*For Sale, City Property ~7 ROOM RESIDENCE On Missouri Btrcot. Price J4600, (en UK $2500. Cnsh batimcc, $25 per month, H.C.Campbell Phono 444G or 2930 9124-Clt-tt Good neighborhood «rocery store* don»K nice business. 11 as new ItxLiirc.s. Priced us it wiilfc-tnil, Woi Lit the. money, Krsw modern 5 room house wllli or witnout i urn)lure. I'rlccit to .sell. Ti-nni:. •i room house. t»ilI], u'elJ-loculc<l In i;o«tl neighborhood. Price *3,OOG. Hull uuwn pnyincMU. Balance i-usy. '2 neoroom muuem home \* :th '2 lois. Price $4750. Ternifi. Modern .suburbiiii nome. Small acre:»H' - . close iji. All leiK'cd. t;ood uu- uiul Mrs. Violet Claybom Spent' i rl *™o» ]l \iS?""l]iter»iaiecl hi buying or today in NU k ni])Uis. ! sailing city property 01- iKrin LIUHI Henry Davis will return home; c * 11 or sec- Icmoirow from the Bttl> Hospi-1 51;; r uril > r -" roKl In I in Memphis, where ho under- j ;u-rt Ross Sulesmun. He.sJdence phone went an Mrs. C. Henlih and the Slfc-.e U^aiui Ou-- (Building, iho Foixl -Motor Co. has pnrlmciU. One is a malaria C:G:I- |::<?t u|) a tractor display, trol ttisjjhiy and the other bcotii is .set conjunct ioii •Mical Test Proved TMs* Great (o Relieve M8HTHIY FEM up in conjunction '.vim -he HcaH» Deparlmt-nt's ve::ereiil tliHeuso drivj. Another H:altli Department booth lib 1:1 the Negro Exnibit, Biilldiu:; ! and two mobile units '\\\\ also be I located on the fair^rountts. Bloo'l I Passed Around 'What is now low a fir.sL v;us jvtor- riicry codtd to Spain In 17C3, back to l-Vancp iii 1801, and finally a part of the Louisiana territory and the United 'Stales in 1803. phone Coining Events Social Calendar Rainbow Girl Officers Installed At Meeting Mrs. Charles Alford was installing officer when the Order of the Rainbow Girls installed officers al a meeting Monday night at the Masonic Hall. Mrs. GILS Eberdt wns marshall nnd Mrs. Love Adnms served ns chaplain, Nancy Hamilton, wns, organist, Shirley King, recorder anil Elizabeth Van Hooser, treasurer. Officeri> installed for the nev. term were Frances Dowdy, wovthy advisor; Juanita Eberdt, worth associate advisor; Susie Cmfton, sister of charity; Kay Colston, sister of! hope; Jo Ann Trieschmunn, sister of faith. Barbara Ocnniny, Ra- mpna Crafton, Barbara Van Hooser, Gay Garrigan, Sally Trie sen rrmun, -Jatkie Estes and Lottie Pearl sttl- well will be color stations. Bobby Estes will -be confidential observer and Melba Pryor will be outer ob- i At The- Hospitals HOSPITAL ilLYTHKVil.l.U Admitted: Minnie Sue neaeiin, city. Elnin Crocks, ft'cole, Mo. Jean Eiucklarcl. Annorel. John Hut'.hc;: city. Uirjiil^ed: Mrs. K»tD Blnnkonship. city. Mi's. Ilitgh llmhon and baby city. Bill Harding, city. Jln.mic Evans, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Mrs. Gnrlnnd Moody, Rt. :i. cily. Jane H»iTis, Hi. 2, O-sceoln. Clarence! Wilson. StccJe. Mo. ,1. R. Roc, Beach Grove. BATTlST lUlSriTAI/. .^U-mplils ijismissect: Bobby Cooper, Joiner. C/crss Officers High, Jr. High THURSDAY j The Flii'bcun Sunday School Clo-Si; I of rirjit BnplLst Church meeting tit the home of Mrs. Hurvey Chapiniin, l!2ii Holly SI., T:30 p.m. Jolly El«ht Club—Mrs. N. H. Blakemore. Pathfinders Class monthly covered dish supper nL First Methodist Church 7:30 p.m, FKIDAY CDC Club—Mrs. Cornelius Seller cr. Woman's Club luncheon, 1 p.m followed by program. 2 p.m., at the I club. Civic Calendar WEDNESDAY Mississippi County Fair. THURSDAY Mississippi County Fair. Rotary Club--12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Board o, O!rrctrrs--2:30, Chamber oT Com merco office. Senmr High Chicks vs. Mcssick-- where he under- appendectomy,! II. Wroten and Mrs. G.' O..POPI-/. were in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Graces are the parents of a daughter born yesterday morning at the Blythc- ville Hospital. She has been named Patricia Lou. Mrs. Graves Is the former Miss Macet Burton of Steelc. Mo. Dr. W. M. Owens of Mountain ome has returned there after ending several clays as guest Ji'<:. and Mrs. B. M. Matthews. Mrs. Loy B. Eieh has returned ter three weeks in Tucson ami noenix. Ariz., wllh her daughter. IKS Gail Eich, who is a student t the University of Arizona. Mr. ich met her in Kansas City. MJ.. Hi' they remained there for a week wlih Marioti WlKiatn insurance cy, 115 S, 3rd, imoiie '2(51 Help Wanted, Male Mrs. W. C. Colston was installed ns mother advisor. Refreshments were served fol- lowiiiK the installation service. , High School and Junior School class elections v;erc held this week. J • Billy Jop CnrUsle was namcrt .senior class president ant! other officers of the class will be Eugene Shancyfclt, vice president; Ann Driver, secretary and treasurer, nnd Carl Langston. reporter. Junior class officers will be David Pcmlernrnst, pt'esUlont; Lola Moore, vice president; Eva Uellc L annum, secretary nnd trcn.snror and Mnry Ann Bmdslmv, reporter. Jimmy Shanc.yfi.-lt- will head the sophomore class, of which J. E. Jacks is vice president; PCBRV Juc, Kecrclary: Ann White, treasurer. and Hetty Nell Kobbins. reporter. Jimmy L Stevens will be presi- . .^ ., L rtcnt of thf freshman class; Jim Remember the Urn* when you could e*t n in i. nt . w _t ,i l( ,, fl — uvn c i,i«ni - i .. like a horse, buliblcd-over with energy j Dl CKCi Wright, vice piesidcnl, La What To Do For That Sluggish, Bown-and-Out Feeling .FRIDAY Mississippi (Bounty Fair. Junior Hiyh Pups vs. Bellevue- hcrc SATURDAY Mississippi County Fair. felt happy H.I K. lark? Was It not you ILhcd to eat—didn't know what In- iU{;t.'stlon r felt »irong KS KII ox? As Egt! Advances the "old fitonmch and the c\ei-chanf?lng blood" need help. Now you may a^ala release vibrant energy to every muscle, fibre, cell. Evtry d ay—every hour—mil I Ions of tiny rect-btood-cells must poor forth from the marrow ol your bone* to replace Chose that tire worn-out. A low blcod count may nrlect you In several Wf.ys; no appetite, underweight, no c'i\ergy. a run-down condition, lacl: or resistance to Infection and disease. To get real rellel you must Xecp up your blood strength.Medical authorities, by nnnlysls of the blood, have by positive proof shown that SSS Tonic Is nmiElngly effective In building up low 1 blood strength in noa-otgantc nutritional anemia. This Is due to the SSS Tonic formula which contains special and potent *c-u.At)ng ingredients. Also. 3S3 Tonic helps you enjoy the 1 foo:! you eat by Increasing the gastric , digestive juice when it la non-organl- ' cally too little or scanty—thus the stomach will have little cause to get balfcy with gas, bloat and give off that aour (ood taste. > Don't wait t Euerglz* your body with .rich, red-blood. SUrt on SSS Tonic now. As vigorous blood surges throughout your whole body, greater freshness and strength should make you eat better, sleep better, feel better, work better, play *-«Uer, have a healthy color glow In youi<£ Jtln—firm flesh fill out hollow ' places. Millions of bottles sold. Get a battle from your drug store, SSS To'Mc fcelps EuUd Sturdy Health. *• Lou Driver. srzrcUvy: Francllls Malock. trcftstirer. mui Mike \Vn\- 3nee. reporter. In the cfyliJhi Rratlc, Jack Jarfo will serve r.s president-; Hnrwell Hill, vice Irmn Wi^gin- ston, secretory; Billie CTiiines Mann, treasurer, nnd Niuii'v A. Wclborn, reporter. Seventh gnidors will have Betty Spiers as prrsicien; Jinnnv Sheldon. Dedication of Church In Tennessee Holds Special Intrest Here A cluir^h at University Cit> Mo., will bf dt'dicateci Satnrdny I i he laic- Cupt. Don Sanders, vt\ widow i:; ttio former Miss Hele Arm.Mrotig of Dell nnd 'Blj'lhcvil and the daughter of Mr.s. W. No Inn of Dell nnd tl;u IrUe Charles I Armstrong. Mrs. Sanders now liv vice presUipni; | crelnry: Bclty I treasurer, nml porter. Class R}X)11KOI Shirley Cone, Jo Pemlergras Belly Garner, ViUleyfleKl Gin. Plionc £H5. 924-ck-tf Trucks, Equipment MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE 1 Imve been authorized by the Mort- Hiigor to si-It 1941! Ford l',j toil dump uuck. 134" wheel for less irmii Imliince aile on [limnce contract. SEE JIM ROI.ISON U6 N. 2ND STUFET L University City. The church, which will be known 5 'Midland Presbyterian Church, us nn Army chapel at Jefferson .arracks, St. I/iuis. and was pur- haseil for $25.0CO. Captain Sadncrs was killed while ervint; with the In:'anlry in France. Going lo University City for tht; cdication services from here will e Mrs. Nolan. Miss Hetty Tidwel! nd Charles Armstrong. Household Goods }lnve on 1 in nil now: Antonmtic Home betidlx Wtxshei. Oil .sioves. Uito Tnerm stove. Electric cook SIOVL-, Table top hot wnler heftier. 1'hllco refrl^erixtot, Betunx ironcr, Ironritu ironer., aiock ol i'dilco rtinios. Kit cairn caoiuets l* n lice dec |i i reezens. Cieorye Appliance nnd Axuo Co. UXOLM. Ar*. Phone 87 9.a4-pk-IO:8 Shop AT HOME .cC^ s ! * t *^v \ , wlili the T ^ I ) FULLER DEALER For the lina of FULLER Bruslios, Mops and Brooms and other cleaning aids. sors elected were the lollnwillBL ty:s. C. L. Moore, senior; Miss Mnrgticrllr Reid, junior; Miss Estello Jnckso]). sophomore; Mirw Evelyn Hurst, freshmim; Mrs. C. V. Horn, eighth grntlc, and Mils Mtiry i_ou Council, seventh grnclc. \^ -OF D •z. < CD Enjoy our delicious, select, well- cook«l foods . . . swiftly, courteously served I Ereryttme you dine out treat yourself to maximum pleasure at minimum prices! JOHNS CAFE Ibte at / BALL' October 2, 1947 Fairgrounds Exhibit Bldg. BLYTHEVILLE A Feature of the National Cotton Picking Contest Tickets on Sale—Kirby Drug Store CHINA LAMPS Beautiful hi Design $15 to $30 THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Reconditioned Motors for Sale ALL GOOD MOTORS! Recently reconditioned in our shop, using hilest factory methods. Come in 1-30 H. V. to ]!./, II. P. Tlie;sc motors will (to Ihe job. See them toddy! Medlin & Lane Electric Company 129 So. First Phone 2ISO BLADDER IRRSTATiOH Thousands Have Found Relief in the Natural Mountain Valley Mineral Water from famous Hot Springs. Arkansas, A pure, soothing sikl in roliovins irritation of delicate organs, helpful in stimulating kidney action and cUmUiating .systemic wastes. Doctors Imvc prescribed this pleasant water Cor over fifty years. Order a case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main »nrt Division Blyihtt llr, Ark. Are you troubled \jy distress of female functioDal monthly{ dlsturbajices? Does 5 this innkc you suffer from pain, feel so IN vans, restless, vvcaV — nt Bitch times? Then no try Lydla E. I in* ham's Vegetable Com pouml to ivlteve such symptoms! In n recent medlaU U"it I'inklmrn's Compound proved rctnariiniJ'y helptul to women troubled tills v.:ty. It's what Doctors call a uterine- sodutlve. It bi a n. [;I'HIK| soothitiK erlt-ft on one of Taken regularly — l'mXhain'5 Com- pnund helps OulLo .ip c Ktautt [o s icU dltij-t-ss. Alsci a ereut stomachic loul > lYDiA F- PINKHAM'S «K«?« Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St.' Phone 2XOS For Sale, Farms cx>* fertile Inutl on iibor- ' TO acres,. road. ScnoOf bua water. OiKMl 'Improvement. Plenty o, tenant hoiisoa. Close to Illythu^-inu Tills fur m will carry ii $10O acn lut.u (>J He-res choice Inmi close M<_. On nootl road. Modern licnv and plenty of tenant homes. Goo< itnpiovL'incnts. Priced to sell. vbout 1U acres close to town KOO< itnprovcmehts. A good buy. S7iuO. iVc have listings on some 01 tUt- bcs fnrnis. Stock inrins--cotton fnrms- »nv kliid of farm you witut. 10 ;ni LIC re; 100 iicrvs - S81 an "iiirrc; 12f» ive HIM) acres-$110 nil ucn-; ^^::L t;ood cons farm—SI CO an *r> 11 nd oilier uirius we 1m suit en (i all Ite f Inn tired \vliJi uunimi [>ayrncut.s. i*.' f intert 1 , 1 ; you are Interestc'i P TI - ••• 111; city property or lurin I a nil ut BCt Lnilici Gray—Broker. lies Lit eucc ]>honc 313 Hurt Hos.s fSnlcsman. Rt'sldcnce ulione C. C. ELDR1DGE Blytlicville IMionc 4496 Office with Marlon Wlllliutio -nsuru 115 S. 3nt, Phone 2751 for Safe, Misc. youTbe fa wring/ Morning slovo, Mllj SI- Vciuitliui blinds now In Block. Rciulv- :[iLHle K- M. Blinds. Deal I'ntnt Store. 109 F:. MI\Jn at, phone -lift"'. 924-cfc-tI 0-plcce bedroom suite. p.m. FROM EVERY BRILLIANT DIAMOND FACET . .. Private Rooms it's all vegetable Bedroom \vlth biah. kitcheti nv 3?:u ;vftcr 3 c clock . .. rcfiecting die love of two individuals for each other. 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