The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 3, 1947
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PAGE TWO BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1947 oceu, Emily Wixson, Society Editor Plione 1161 r-Yarbro Pastor, Speaks i:To P. T. A. embers in^he Merchant Marine, and ^\^ nQ KhoUrle • The couple will make their homo '• r-. In Keiser. where he Is connected i D6COtTIGS with the Highway Department. — The Rev. Ray L. McLester, pas- "tor of Yarbro Methodist Church, :.'6poke to members o tho Yarbro |y]v,, Mrs. Dl'OOKS Give ,;i>arent-T«achef Association at a ., i i- n i • r> .meeting yesterday aternoon. His, Youlh Fellowship I arty subject was "Our Schools." As another part of the program, Of Oklahoman the second, third and fourth- grades presented selections under the di- The marriage of Miss Edna Khourlo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr.. : w ? 1Ic . Khourie of Hayll. Mo nnd rection of Mrs. Ralph Berryman. j Youtli Fellowship Council met for grade school music instructor. j their regular luontltly session. Mrs. Roland Howard, program Miss !va Sony, president, was in were'host and hostess last, night i s ?' ««"*• s °" °' Mrs ' A «|, a . M ? se ? when members of the Methods °t.**£«- ° k •••, ™ s J° e " 1 "' z ™ chairman, gave the devotional, talc- en from Proverbs and John. Mrs. William Wyatt, president, conducted the business session during which Mrs. Harry .Sansom was elected treasurer to succeed Mrs. Thomas Odom and Mrs. C. T. Gmcy was named chairman o! the mcm- charge of the business session. Programs lor the next three months were planned and the gronp decided to present two plays, one in November and one in December. There plays will be under the direction of Miss Mary Ellen Hill. The president also npminated KUlff Thursday night at the Haj'tl Hsn- tlst Church. The nev. Ed Ellis, pastor, read bershlp committee. Room mothers ! candidates for a permanent ( i ^ ^ t ^^ aall - ^, , ,, . , ~,~ - ., selected to serve for the coming j for (lie Newsletter, a monthly pa- ! j^| e ™jj* ^ r " r ' u 'j y .. VJb 'y t 'B 0n d"*' an< S ' -oid "boy.~ J He'haiT been "giverT'tfie the inarriage vows of the double- ring ceremony before in altar banked with huckleberry and large baskets of white chrysanthemums; The background was of candelabra nnd fern and white tapers burned ns the base of each window Nuptial selections were played by Mrs. Essie Addcock ol Hayt! and Miss June Gilbert sang Bits of News Miss Arkansas of 1947 Scores Big Hit on Trip to Blytheville Cadet David Moore, son of Mr and Mrs. N. M. Moore, has been named to the position of sports staff writer on "The Cavalier," student publication of Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. John Odd) of Torrance. Calif., are the parent* ot a son born Sept. 30. Mrs. Odell 1* the former Miss Dorothy Walker of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mel Broots Jr., spent today In Memphis. Mis.s Mary Lou Craxton and Mrs. Richard Ford, Instructors at Eagle Beauty School, have returned from a three-day visit In Chicago, where they attended the National Convention of the Hairdresser's and Cosmetologists Association. Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Carlton have returned from Little Rock, where they adopted a seven-months term were Mrs. Gene McGuire, Mrs. | per published by the MYF. Howard Viar and Mrs. Roy Handley. Plane for a study course were discussed and it was announced thai a meeting of the Mississippi County Council will be held here later this month. Mrs. Ellis Hostess With Dessert Bridge Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., was hostess to members of the Octette Club at their first Pall party yesterday afternoon with a dessert bridge. Mrs. John O. McHaney was a guest other than members. During the games prizes went to Mrs. Marvin Nimn. high, and Mrs. Cleo • Laneston, second. Plans for the Cleveland Conference of Methodist Young People Following the business meeting, refreshments of punch and cake were served. * • * Mrs. Coxas Entertains • :eola PEO Chapter j "Because" by JJ'Hardelot. Lohen- I grin's "Wedding March" was heard j for the processional and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" for the ' recessional. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore « Maurice IWntner suit, an original i model in Byzantine beige. The 1 suit hand-tucked pockets and a [ fitted bodice was trimmed with jeweled buttons. She wore a beige . OSCEOLA. Oct. 3— The Osccola ! picture hat of felt with a chin Chapter of the P. E. O. Sisterhood am | matching accessories and had its first Fall meeting Wednc.i- j can-led a white Bible, topped with day afternoon with Mrs. Rny Coxns j Bn o, c htrl from which fell as hostess. Among the 14 members present were four out-of-town MLS. David S. Laney, president, in charge ol the meeting and The Ellis home at Barfleld was j introduced the guests, members of decorated with autumm shades. Fall flowers 111 i a P. E. O. Chapter in Memphis. Guests were Mrs. Omar Bispling- I stream- tied with forget—me-nots and tuberoses. Miss Anna Mae Khourie of Hayti. sister of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore an original Kraus suit In crimson fashioned along simple lines. She complimented her outfit with a fcathcr- hoft, Mrs. Merrill Schwartz, Mrs. j cc j nnl of ,, clgc and wore o thcr E. E. Eldridgc and Mrs. J. A. Moran, ! ^^ accessories. Hre shoulder cor- ,. ,.,. ^^ ^^ Q( y P n ow mbe roses. Mrs. William Khourie and Mrs. Khonrle, both of Haytl Stag Party at Airport Honors Johnny fields . k ,,u»ii »ii.^ •.• i.n-..imouiuii. ^..-, Khourie, both of iiayti ducted the program on -Art." Shei ^• 1 ^ ln _ la ; v Qf lnc brlde air enthusiasts was did portraits in chalk ot several of , ^ htcd tapers. Both word suits all oi Memphis. Mrs. Schwartz, who is a well- known artist in the MidSouth. con- j name William WorthlngUm Carlton. The son born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ingram at BlytheviUe Hospital has been named Bobby Wayne. Mts. Ingram Is the former Miss Martha EJpinoza. Mrs. Matt Monaghan and MTS. H. W. Wylle are at home after spending'a brief time In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Thompson Jr., had as their guest* for the Cotton Ball MK. Frank BY EMILY WIXSON (Courier Newt Staff Writer "ftfUc Arkansas" and Blythevlllt h-rve the tame opinion of each other. In one word, it r & "wonderful." The blonde 'Mist Arkansas"— Pam Camp of Little Rock—who starred in yesterday afternoon's cotton fashion show at the National Cotton Picking Oontett, won the hearts of young and old with her friendly smile, her readiness to answer any and all questions and to pote tirelessly tor photographs. It wa< a field day for photographers and Pam was tired but when three young boyi timidly asked it they might take a picture, she excused herself from a group of friends and posed for the tad* to their hearts' content. Arriving here Wednesday night. Pam went to the "Cotton Pickers Jamborte", a fre« street dance, and att«nd*d all the following contest events. "I've had a (rand time", she said, repeating that "Blytheville Is Just wonderful—th« people are so nice." Several times during the interview she paused to wave at tomeone she'd met and flash the charming smile that makes people like her instantly. What does she think about the contest? Pam answered in quiet sincerity that she believed It wi the most Important thing that's Ime". she laughingly admitted. Hun" Is Leo Crafton Jr., of Convay, »'ho has often visited relatives n Blytheville. From here, "Miss Arkansas" went to Little Rock .and there'will board a plane to return to D*nton, Texa<s, where she Is a Junior at Texas State College for Women. Her mother, Mrs. Dolph Camp, and Mr. Crafton accompanied her ere. Blytheville produced the winner of the 1944 Miss Arkansas contest .nd the winner, Miss Rebecca McCall, daughter of Mr. and Mrt. E. vf. McCall, was runner, up in.the contest chat year In Atlantic City when Miss America was selected, the contest. Pam voiced it. "There'll a heart-felt warmntss, a< friendliness that is seldom found." She likes the feeling, she Itkes the contest and she plans to come back every year possible. To previous rumors that she is last night Mr. and Bell, Mr. and Mrs. JtWt The conclusion ol the Jewish holiday season will be celebrated by Congregation Temple Israel Sunday night it the Temple, Dr Alfred Vise, rabbi, said today. Sunday School students will tuv, a special session at 10 a. m. and special services (or the Blmchas Torah (reloiclnf of the Sacred Law) will be held at T p. m. Dr. Vise will conduct a memorial service and deliver a sermon on 'The Role of the Torah." After the service, a social hour will be spon- I sored by the Temple Sisterhood. \ \ During October Sabbath aervices will be held «tch Friday night, g o'clock, beginning next Friday. Tonight, Dr. Vl»e will conduct a Sabbath service at the Temple | Israel In Jonesboro.. No Messy Sprays, I'asU or Powder — Inexpensive STATE DISTRIBUTORS Garcade Bldt. Little Rock cal Seminary at Fort Worth. He | has been doing special work at Har-' din-Simmons University at Abilene, I Texas, (or the put year while serving as pastor of the Clyde church. For seven yean, the Rev. Mr. Clubb held pastorate! In Arkansas, the last having been at Tyroriza. and served six years on the Arkan- engaged, Miss Camp had title com- j sas Baptist State Executive Board ment. She said he ; had no plans had {and the State Missions Committee, been made for a wedding. No en- j gagements have been announced. . "Yes, I've gone with him a long | der if the Jaycees and the citizens of Blytheville realize how much they have accomplished", she said. There's a feeling people get at ever happened to Arkansas. "I won- J. C. Portls and W. J. Ridley of Lepanto. Miss Minnie McRae Powell of Brownsville, Tenn., will arrive tomorrow to be the weekend guest of Miss Mamie L- Adtms. Mrs. Sam Flornrnn and Mrs. Lloyd. Florman spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Joel Francis spent yesterday In Kenneth, Mo., as guest of her sister, Mr:. G. L. BeLlsle. W. W. McNelll ot 128 East Ash Street suffered a severe heart attack last night. His condition today was unimproved. Strictly for the stag party given last night at the the Fly-Inn In honor of Johnny Fields, ; known for her necdlecraft and re- corsrln( , s who will leave next week lor j cently received a first Place award = the ; in ucedtecraft at the Tri-State I Fair. ries and red rose home at 103 North Fourth St., Snyre, Okla. A reception will be Gainesville, Ga., to manage airport there. Host for the affair Halsell, manager of Blytheville Mu- j gram. nicipal Airport. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fields will make their home in Gainesville. Keiser Couple Married • In Ceremony at Joiner Ralph Kourl ot Blytheville was he , d ^ th< home Q( Mr> A(U , r,u,. lhe bridegrooms best man and Moses upon the|r rsturn to g.^ was Ernest i A social hour followed the pro- ushers were W lllam Khourie and out-of-town guests included Mrs. Edward Khourie, brothers of the Norman Jllbo ur, Harry Koury of held bride, and Wowlrow Fardeeccy of chlcB o „„„,,, Jabour of sl ^^ The next meeting will be Oct. 15. with Mrs. Lloyd Gocllcy us hostess. * • * Bridge Party is Given By Mrs. John Ednnglon - _., . - w - cilsm ° f uuAuiti n"« ... "-, .— i, ---.,— Mr and Mrs k. Knoune ana ; immediately following he cere-, daugh ( er5 Maxlne and Loralne. i mony a reception was held at the ( Mr and Mfs A Kandllla all 3, home ol the bride's parents wheve, Oa , r0] n] Mlke MOMS Qf Man . guests were received by Mr and QW M d Mrs N ^ : Mrs. Wolf Khourie and the bridal « uxora; M ' ftnd MrJ Ba , ph Kour) I OSCECLA. Oct. 3.—Mrs. John W. '""XEISER, Oct. 3.—Mr. and Mrs. i Edrinston was C,' L. Nichol Sr.. of Keiser, an- j b i,, s ot c i ub members and two nounce the marriage ot theii r guests. Mrs. c. E. Sullenger and daughter. Miss Dorothy Loraiiic 1 Mr3 David S. Lancy, when she en- Nlchol, to Joseph M. Hartley, also te rtained with a dessert bridge at of Keiser. ! her home yesterday afternoon. The wedding was solemnized, The [irst prlze was won by Mrs _ Sept. 27, at Joiner, with the Rev. \ F p Tl - av!s and Mrs c w . Sul- B. J. Felts officiating. i leaser cut for the consolation prize. The bi'ide wore R bvowu gubar-: Rcc , radil)ncc roscs arrnng ed In u dine suit .with brown am! white; anti(luc pink h[Stre ^^.^ nnd Va6a; accessories. ' j fiu^ w j t ], roE c s were decorations She was graduated from Keiser | U5ed for [he occasion . High School and attended Arkan-' sas State College at Jonesboro, where she was a member of several Asocial organizations. •Mr. Hartley was graduated from deecey and. son. Woodrow. of Mr. Mrs. Khourie wore a blue dinner and chlldren of Blytheville, hos-e« to four ta dress W " h a cors ? 8e o( red roses and Mrs. Sam Hamra of Steele, hos.ess to four ta am| grev acccs5Or i cs . , RQ phm ^^ and H< ., v The three-tiered -.redding cake,, Hnmra Betty Jcan Je anetta and topped with miniature bride and godd(( , ^ Hamra a!1 o( Caruth . bridegroom, centered the buffet ffl w Elt( . KhouH Mr . and table. Mrs. Ralph Kouri served the. n Noe£ . We the Women BY RUTH MILLETT NEA Staff WrIUr Asked for the key to her success, a prominent woman banker in Chicago said "I grew with the firm." Though it Is a career woman speaking, she has offered home women the best possible key to becoming happy and successful wives and mothers. Grow with , the firm. Not all women in business have a chance to grow with the firm, but every wife has. When her husband moves ahead in his bUJkiess or profession, she can grow along with him. When he widens his Interests and enlarges Ms circle of friends, she can move right along at his side. As her children begin to grow up, she can keep pace with their Ideas and so stay young In mind. When her biggest job is done, getting her children reared, she can spend her time and energy In ways that will keep her Interesting and companionable. Every wife has a chance to grow up with the firm, but many wives neglect to do so. j MARRIAGES CAN EXPAND ' They take on marriage and motherhood and fall to see that's a ! job that can be enlarged. j They should equip themselves so • former Arkansas Accepts Pastorate in Osceo/o OSCEOLA, Oct. 3.—The Rev. Russell J. Clubb of Clyde, Tex., has accepted the pastorate of the First I Baptist Church here. He will preach his first sermon there Sunday. He Is a native of Arkansas and was reared in Little Rock. He attended Little Rock Junior College, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, III., and Southwestern Baptist Tiieologi- that, as their firm—that is, their family—grows in new interests, increased responsibilities, and more' independence, they 'grow, too. What such women don't see until too late is that if they fail to grow with the firm, they are sure to be left behind. Enjoy our delicious, select, well- cooked foods . . . swiftly, courteously served! Evtrytimt you dine out treat yourself to maximum pleasure at minimum prices I JOHNS CAFE 409 West Main St. Phone 3M6 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.ra Last Time Today FIESTA with Esther Williams and John Carrol! Paramount News and Short Continuous Showing Every Day Saturday At The Hospitals Shawnee High school and served ; NOTICE : NOW AVAILABLE ' at your : Grocery and Cafe ^ Clover Farms : Sealtcsr Milk & Dairy Products 'Grade "A" Pasteurized : You've Tried the Rest - Now Try the Best! ' Call for Scaliest Milk Delivered FRESH Daily East Arkansas Milk Co. 3133 Pacific Ave. Memphis, Tenn. DLYTIIEV1LUE HOSPITAL Admitted: Ciara James, city. CIovLs Fowler. Steele, Mo. Marshall Gentry, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Graham Ellis, city. Hob Price. Rives, Mo. Joe Bates, city. Mrs. Elins Burger, Cooler. Mo. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Goldis Melton. Manila. A. J. Overturn, Steele. Mrs. Mildred Burden, city. Mrs. Elliott Johns, city. Mrs. J. B. Johnson and baby. city. Mrs. LeRoy Scott nnd baby. Steele. Mrs. Florence Nunnery, Steele. Ronald Burns, city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Hrenrta Pcrmenter. Luxora. • j»» VT wi Ti luio. f i CU «ii»*is*«i, iviio. uuiui i> VL* wedding cake and Mrs Norma Ja- | fc , and Mrs Uate Hamra an , hour of Chicago presided at the \ daughlel . Lola of ^nton. Ky.. anu Sir J ^ 1 kr^Mto»H»"-iSS?n« n ' 1 Charl " S ' Ck0ry "- U| _. „ ,1 111,. ^» rt n,,^ Tlf^r UWUHU . , ra of Caruthersvlllc. Mo., and Mrs. W. W. Cliism. After : a wedding trip' to Hot Springs, the couple will make their lal was slightly higher than the previous week. According to the weekly morbidity report of the State Health Department four cases cropped up last week. There was one each in Craig- i heart. Crawford. Marion and Mississippi counties. The week before only two new cases were reported. However for the first 33 weeks of this year the total is 65 cases far below the 3H reported during the same period in 1046. ^ COATS + SUITS £ DRESSES Sixes 2-6x All 1/2 Price TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Fewer Polio Cases LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Oct. 3. (OP) —The number ol coses of polio In Arkansas appears to be on the downgrade, aHhoush last work's to- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Small, interesting and profitable business for sale on Main Street. Fall business just starting. $2750 for stock and fixtures if sold now. Terms. Reason for selling, other interesti. For particulars, write XLX % Courier News. Dial 2231 For Free Delivery on All Staple and Fancy Groceries Quality Meats Fresh Fryers (Live or Dressed) Freeman & Henlev GROCERY 2016 West Main St. Good Southern Cooks delight 'em with Hot Biscuits and DIXIE DIXIE malcet golden brown biscuits eitra delicious. Finer ingredients give it a freih, flavor-rich t«»tt. In fact. DIXIE flatten the flavor of all sorts of hot breads, rolls, pop- overt, muffins end toatt.And DIXIE it richer in food energy ... an economical source of prtciou}r'* Vitamin A. *: Every pound the year around It fortified with Vitamin A. '•T WILLIAM BOYD, Serial • A *i^ .i^laute" No. 2 and Short Continuous Showing Saturday 10:15 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday Paramount News and Shorts Cont. Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 ' YOUR GROCERS AlWAYS SAY DIXIE MARGARINE ... Stays Fresh Longer! Open* SsSliy 1:»8: Starts 1:15 ' Continuous^ Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday N« passes honored on Sunday ^ the Roxy " Last Time Today The Plainsman with Gary Cooper and Jean Arthur Selected ShorU Saturday JOHNNY MACK BROWN A Treat Columbus Missed... Fresh Fried Crappie AT THE DIXIELAND WE NOW SERVE ALL BRANDS BOTTLED BEER DIXIELAND CAFE North Highway 61, Holland, Mo. Phone Steele 17F22 .., BOB BAKER FUZZY KNIGHT A UNIVEKAt «E IEIEASE ,^^ rr!»l "Black Widow" No. C i Shod Cent. Showing Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday Fox Newt and Musical Short Cent. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:00 Coming to the ^ 5EM THEATRf Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday California Gold Rush with Wild Bill Elliott Serial "Sea Hound" \o. ?. & Cartoon Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 •nntinn"** i*'"- '* Admission Adults 25r, Tax IncL Children 9c

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