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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 11, 1947
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1947 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COUIUEK NKWS PAGE F1VB Emily Wixson, Society Editor To Observe Anniversar |cky McCall's Wedding Aug. 30 Announced llr. and ijrs. Efl Muin McCjll o.' |thevil!e, today announced the of their daughter, Miss |>:eca Jane McCsl'.. to Allen Dod- Slacy, son of ihe la'.e John I ham Stacy arid Mrs. Zoo Uodsoa Icy. now of West Wains. Mo. f .'eddlng was solemnised Aug. i.-st Baptist Church of Ker- Miss,, by the Rev. M. C. lilticn, psstor. Announcement of the mnniaiie net made puUic at that time I ause of the bribe's panlcinaiion (the "Miss A:-.:evLca" Contest pro- ii at Atlantic City. whe:e sne a (juest of honor as first rim- Uj> in the 19iO "M:-»rt America" I'.tcst. allowing several weeks spell', in llai-tlc City and New York Oily. 1 gueit of the "Kiss Aiuerlcs Pi|ant" sponsors, Mr. Stacy Joined bride *r,ii they now have »r- J'cd home. They will re:,:<lt on Ighwsj 61 South. j wi'en Mr and Mrs. T. T. Dildine of Steele, Mo., observe their lln 18« she -son her way to na- : 51st alin j versary Sunday their'five childw.n. thtir grandchildren inrt fen™ in *X C uT"S «.e,t- B ,,, d childr f n will gather at their home „ celebrate the oc- r becoming id then went to the Mr an(t M ,. g _ Dildine were married in 1806 at swiit. Tenn.. and 20 years. He will be Condition of Mis. J. M. Hatdln, Harvest Supper Will Be Given Wednesday Night The minimi Huivcst Slipper of i Promised Loud Moiliodtst Clmich Woman's Society of Christian Service, which wns Ix'Bim 30 years ago, \vill be held Wednesday night at tile Not only don a bat havo exceptional imivm of sight at nlsht, but fairly good vision In daylight, , , 1 li, 1 < n t T,V\J»VOIHIJ ilt^JlV l\l. lllC who IK seriously III at her home «!, ,,, umlslHl Laml Sohool ,,,. occe<lB wlM , Promised Land, Is unchanged. go lo , hc ovgl ,,,| w ,ti m , for Its church "MJ&& Arkansas'^ casion. to the' Mr aml M ,. s . Dildine were Ailanlij City^where , jave , jved ^ p^.^^ Colmt y, Mo., for hte vast ...... . ... . .... married in 1806 IsnpetHion at received ihe . _ __ Jmors for tr "'v, charm and W years old In December and Mrs. Dildtne was 69 In September, (lent I Their children are Will, Dflrtine, Mrs. Rosie Davis «nd Mrs. My rile ITU.', bridegroom was ejaduatet Bradford, alt of Swele; Mrs. Jewell HuMurd of Blytlicvllle ami Owen lorn Blytheville High School be- Dildine of Redman, Calif. They have < grandchildren. 30 grandchildren and 13 great- High School entering the Army. He served' and a half years in thu Eu»n Theater with the Third r • before returning here where, resides with hte uncle. B. A.: /y\ Q te mQ | / Q^ j | <j ^60 I tH DlSCUSSCd kaoy, Dell planter. 1 * • • |liss Patsy Ann Travis to James C. Cole I The wedding of Miss Patsy Ann jravis to James C. Cole, both ol |lytheville, was solemnized in a oublc ring ceremony Wednesday , the home of the Rev. F. M. sweet fctired Methodist minister, at Ma. Miss Travis is the daughter of Jfrs. Helen Travis and Mr. Cole is lie son of the late Mr. and Mrs, A. Cole. J Mrs. Travis was her daughter's llatron of honor. She wore a. tur- luoise suit with black accessories • nrl a corsage of yellow roses. Mrs. Cole wore a pearl grey gab- Irdine suit, brown accessories and It her shoulder she pinned a cor- age ot red carnations. Jaclc Trimble served Mr. Cole as st man. After a brief wedding trip the |ouple will make their home in (femphis, where he is sales mana,- |cr of Fitzpatrick Jewelry Store. Irs. Redman Will Speak Senior PTA Meeting Mrs. C. G. Redman, executive Secretary' of the Mississippi Counts Tuberculosis A.^sociation, will spea'n lo members of the High School Par- |»nt-Teacher Association at a mcet- ng Tuesday at the school. Following the business and pro- session, a "get acquainted" >r mothers and teachers will at the Home Economics I At PTA County Council Meeting Maternal and child health, from* ire-natal through school ages, ,'ere discussed by Dr_ France ^othert, director of the divsion on nalernal and child health of the 5tato Health Department, when .he spoke to members of the Mis- iissippi County Council of the Parent-Teacher Association at a meeting yesterday at Dyess. Also speakers were Mrs. Marvin Crittenden of the Welfare Department here and Phillip J. Deer, supervisor ot Mississippi County schools. Dr. Rothert, who also is State PTA Summer Roundup chairman stressed three divisions in child care: pre-natal, pre-school anc during school. When she spoke the different vaccines a child should have before he entered school, she pointed out that there \s a short age of professional public health doctors and nurses and discussei steps that could be taken by th parents to' alleviate this shortage Mrs. Crittenden gave a brie history of welfare worlc and pointed oil* lhat the care of the old. care of dependent ' children and aid to the blind were the three categories covered in this work. "It ts important to anticipate Cfaarity and take measures to re- relieve it before it becomes acute", she said, adding that the support most needed to prevent need of At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Jim Gill, Dell. Glen Franks, city. Dismissed: John Womack, city. Ella Foster, city. Robert Rushing, Cooter, Mo. Mrs. S. C. Covington and baby, city. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow P. D. Foster Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 11. Foster Sr., mid Qtr- ald Blomeyer. son of Mr. and Mvs, E. F. Blomeyer. whu ftie students at Mississippi Stale College, StiirkvlUc, are spending the weekend with their parents and families. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thro and family have as their eu^t this week Mrs. Thro's mother, Mrs. t'dwurd Ouay of St. Louis. MUs Francis Field, who Is ti student \tl Orauvihon's H^suie.s.s .School In Men-phis, niTivoir lust night to spend ihe wet-kend with her PP.'.'- eiits, Mr. and Mrs. J. J Field. Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Anr.clla Humphreys. Barbara Oennlng, HivS" 1 bnra S'.iliba. Hula smith, Jane Wll| son and Mrlba Pryor rcinrneil this afternoon from Memphis, where thty spent Friday afternoon and today. Miss Anr.c Weed-.iinn. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F;. Weedman, ln>* been named for the honor roll ai Texas State College 'or Women at Dc-nton. Mr. anti Mrs U H. Holt and son. Bill, are spending ihe \vcckcntl In Jonesboro as RUCSIS of their dausn- ler :md sister, Mrs. Bill T. Stewart, "' Stc\vnrt. iiul Mrs. c. Modlngcr unrl Am i:> Vrska will spi!iid tomorrow in Memphis Visiting Mrs. Rudolph Vrska, who is a patient at the Methodist Hospital. Mr. Vrsk.i is now with her. Mr. and Mrs. Gone C. Fellows ol Memphis will return home toir.orrow after spending their vacation as guesU of her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Loy Eich. They also visited in Columbia, Mo., for a week. Mrs. fallows Is the former Miss Lois Eich. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister, Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mis. W. H. Baker spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walton have as their guest her sister, Miss Jnllc Hyde of St. Louis. The Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Hicks and Infant daughter, Margaret Frances, have returned to their home In Melbourne after spending a few days here as guests of Mrs. Hicks' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude R. Rowland. Mrs. Hicks Is the former Mis* Snrah Frances Rowland of Blytheville. Mr and Mrs. Jesse White and family have as their guest* and community projects. Only six charter members of the organuullon whk'h began the annual Hnrvest Supper still make their home in this vicinity. They tre Mrs. J. 11. nail, Mrs. Houston Skellon, Mrs. EmmlU Wilson und Mrs. Lucille Adams, all of Promised'Land, and Mrs. D. O. Moore and Mrs. John Walker of niythevllle. Continuous Shown Every B»y Rox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 1-1STKN TO KI.CN l:M am. U:i& p.m. 4-.10 p.m. Cooper, city, a son this morning. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Johnny Conner, city. Mrs. D. H. Leathers. Osceola. Miles Richardson, steele, Mo. Lorene Brock. Steele. Mrs. Maud Lawrence, Rt. 2, city. Mrs. Jess L. Isbell, Luxora. Geraldine Workman, Homeland. Hcrshell McKay. Gosnell, BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismi&sed: Mrs. S. Joseph, city. ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL, Memphis Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Welnberg. Osceola, a daughter. R. H. Douglass of Karnak, 111,, and Mrs. W. B. Alleman of Pierre, S. D. Or. Vise Will Discuss The Palestine Problem Tin- t'alrstlne problem will be dls- cuss-t'd by Dr. Alfred Vise at tomorrow night's service at Temple Israel, His lopic will be "What Is the lies! .Solution lor Ihe Puli-stlnc Problem'.'" Semii's In-jln at 7 p.m Marriage ijicen*e& The following couples obtained ni;irtl^ge licenses yc.sEerday Lit the oilici- of Mies K'.linbfth Blyllie, county clerk: K w, Kills mid M/.s lloihn Mno Glover, bolh of t/ixora. William Paso ami Miss Ruby Flam'nan, both uf Ccnirnlhi, III. Coming Events Social Calendar MONDAY IhiihnhoniA— Mr.s. I'mil Lloyd. W. S. C. S. ol Lake Street Mctho- riist Church—Mrs. Billy King, at 2:30 p.m. GEO—Mrs. Ri>.y Whitlington. Woman's Missionary Society ol First Baptist Church meeting In circle croups. Circle One—Mrs. J. J Cooks? in; Circle Two—Mrs. Pearl Hires, Circle Three- Mrs. c. W. At- flick; Circle Four—Mrs. Ted Klnx; Circle Five—Mrs. R. Blaylock; Circle Eix—Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Ynunj; Womnn's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church—Mrs. C. E. Johnson. Hcarn Street. Woman's Auxiliary, rirst Presbyterian Church, meeting In circle groups. Circle One—Mrs. C. M. Gray 1020 West Main St.; Circle Two— Mrs. C. P. Rambo, 1017 Holly St.; Circle Three—Mrs. Loy Kich. 1010 Holly St., all at 2:30 p.m.; Circle Mrs. Four—Mrs, J. L. Thompson. 1704 Saturday Border Feud wllli Al St. Julia Serial: "The Vlnllnntr." No. »nd Short roTiMmiuiiK Khimn Sutuiil.ty 10:15 «,m. lo IP.™ p.m. Sunday and Monday * * COATS SUITS DRESSES Sizes 2-6x All '/i Price TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 \ Tlut pinching, annoying, painful vauxp cun be iccut here KO II Is renlly comfort• hle. Smart, nnc workumu- ihlp, modesf charge. Hfl LT€RS QOflLITY SHO€ SHOP 121 W. M«IN ST. FARM LOANS At Lowest Rate of Interest Quick Service A. F. Dietrich Mulled Insurance Ag«ncy 100 S. 1st St. Ingram Bldf. Save a Little—' Have Much! LI to Insurance Is > fortune . . . niul whether » policy Is modert or small, everybody buys It on the Instnltmenl plan. E. H. (Eddie) Ford Lynch Building' I'lUMif* Bus. '{811 lUi. 311$ SIM l.iunerule St. Blylhevlllc (•cncral American l.lfe'lnt. C*. I'anuuount News unil ShuriK Out. ShnwliiK Siitidny 1:16-11:1)0 Supper Party Given iFor Wedding Party charity would be hospitalization. eye clinics and crippled-children's clinic. "The biggest un-rnet need is medical care for the Indigent", she said. She also pointed out that the insurance program for the old should be broadened to include more people, placing emphasis on farm - ple who are not protected with the th e factory Church Memlicrs of the wedding parly of Miss Annie Elizabeth Martin and Reecc Wooten were entertained last night at the Razorback with a rehearsal supper when Mrs. George Johns was hostess. The wedding will be solemnized this afternoon at First Baptist Church. •A bouquet of Ted radiance rojei centered the supper table, which featured a wedding cake. Among the guests were Miss Marilyn Nowlin of Stnrkvillc. Miss. The hostess presented the bride- elect a gift of silver in her pattern. held ottage. * • » toy Waltons Observe /edding Anniversary It was 40 years ago that Miss ucy Hyde became the bride of Roy Val'on In a St. Lou ; 5 ceremony and '— T ye^is later when the young ouple moved to Blytheville to mate [their home. Mr. and Mrs. Walton observed | program. Itheii ruby anniversary at their home j Mrs _ Jcsse M white of Blyl |, q _ |on Barfield Roai and were rumored V :lle. PTA chairman of District breakfast this morning by pi ve§ a ] so -p^ briefly. She Jlr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. | cussed the District meeting Miss Julie Hyde of St. Louis cime i held Oct. 24 at Parkin |to Blytheville to be the guest of | M rs. W. B. Burkett of Bassett her sister and Mr. Walton on their j was program chairman. Mrs. J. W anniversary. Miller of Jniner is president, of the same insurance as business worker. Mr. Deer discussed "Education", poiutiii!; out the need of schools and discussing briefly the school dis- to be |Stea'c Fry is Given For Fidelis Members Council. Attending from Blytheville were Mrs. Hay Hall, Mrs. Leonard John- Ison, Mrs. w. D. Oobb, Mrs. Tim Estes, Mrs. Glenn Lndd. Mrs. Grit- I fry in tee back y»rd of . tenden Mr. Deer and Mra. White. IthJ* Dr. Nisr home »•* tivtn | iThursrtsy night for mambers of ihe i ~.,. 1 Fidelis Sunday School Class o! , Will Install OfffCCrx I Flrsc* Bartis'' Church when Dr. |Eo'na Nles, president, was hosteK. Officers and teachers of the To Observe Its 40th Anniversary The First Church of the Naza- rcne here, located at First and Sycamore, will Join in a denomination- wiue emhpasis known as "Renewal of Covenant Sunday" tomorrow. The following day marks the beginning of the 40th year lor the Church of the Nazarene as an organized Protestant denomination. In discussing plans for the observance, the Rev. Daniel Stafford, pastor, briefly reviewed the history of the church. It was on Oct. 13, 1908. at Pilot Point, Tex., that a small group of | ministers and laymen met to con- sumate the union of several groups of people from the East. West and Souht sections of the United States. The guiding genius in bringing about the church union was Dr. Phineas F. Bre»ee. then pasior of the First Church of the Nazarene in Los Angeles. Calif., and who was one of the Ihree.general superintendents elected at tliat gathering to head the church. Ftom this group of 10,000 members scattered in 238 churches, the Chickajfcwba Ave.; Business Woman's Circle—Mrs. Lucy McAdnms, Sll West Walnut St., bath at 8 p.m. TUESDAY La Nuevc—Mr.s. Coienuui Stevens. Tri-Town—Mvs. Worth Holder. Club Eight—Mrs. R. li. Stout. WEDNESDAY Town and Country—Mvs. Joints B. Clark. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. W. H. Minyard. THURSDAY Jolly Eight—Mrs. Graver Wren. GNU— MYs. Boycc Moore. Thursday Luncheon—Mrs. Russell Phillips. Octette Club—Mrs. Clco Lang.fton Mld-Weck Club—Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Chapter N of p. E. O. sisterhood —Mrs. Harry Klrby and Mrs. Farmer England hostesses at Klrb; home. We Guarantee RECAPPING with Hawkinson Treads Let Your Next Tires Be GENERALS Cost More — \Vorl li More Mrs. Hodges Hostess At Bridge Club Party OSCEOLA. Oct. 11, — Mrs. Sam Hodges entertained two tables of club members and another guest. Mrs. Bob Kendrick, yesterday afternoon at her home at 325 Linwood. Mrs. Edward Scgraves of High Tower was winner of high score and Mrs. Melvin Waggoner. won second. Red radiance roses In tall vases decorated the home. Following the games, the hostess served a salad course and hot colfcc •s refreshments. Arctic huskies, used for pulling slr-ds In nothern climates, are fed walrus meat for pulling power, and flsh.for their coats. MODINGER TIRE CO. 416 K, Muln Fhi.iie 2201 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint U-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS ' plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 Ro\ Orllce OlM-M" 8:30; Slum- Htarl!, 6:4* Opens Suml.iy 1:110; Stnrln 1:15 CoiillnnoiiR SlinwH Sal. and Sun. Bargain Nluhl Every Nl|fht Except Saturday No pai*ts Hnnnrcd on HumU; *t the Roxy Saturday Trail to Mexico Serial: "BUck Widow" No. 1 and Short Cont. Showing Sal. 12:30-11:30 Civic Calendar MONDAY Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:3o p.m. TUESDAY Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. High School-P. T. A.—3 p.m., preceded by Executive Board, 2:30 p.m. City Council 7:30 p.m. American Li";ion—II p.m. WEDNESDAY Klwanls Club—12:10 p.m. Central P. T. A.—3 p.m.. preceded by Executive Board. 2:30 p.m. Girl Scout Lenders—8 p.m. THURSDAY Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Football—8 p.m. Junior High Paps vs. Paragould, herd. FRIDAY Football—B p.m. Senior High Chicks vs. Jonc.sboro, there. Sunday and Monday r\ '-"" Guasta other than club members Sunday School Department ot First Cnurch of the Nazarene begins its rare Mrs. Tom Jr.ckson and Her Methodlal Church will Be Installed ' ^* n yeor with nc ' lrl >" 3 ' 5O ° _ c . sl ." . * ' "~~ " at the morning worship Mrviee i "^ ' Isister and liouseguesl, Mrs. Harri- |jo:i Phlpps of Madison, 111. A brief busings session was h«M Iwiih Dr. Nlas presiding and Mrs 1 Hsrry Fi Itrius gave the devotional, | t»:<-jn from Luke. Mrs. Jackson nr.d Mrs. Marlon Wlinnis. clas-s teacher, led pr»)rers. ' * • t llwo Are Hostesses •.omorrow. Plans for the IruUUatlon were announced by the Hrr. Allen D. Stewart, pMtor. lished churches In the Unitert 3tat«s, Canada and the British lies and more than 200.CXX) mem- ben. The denomination is operating mission stations in 23 world »re«« with approximately 200 missionaries and 1.000 native worktrj. Six major colleges are supported by the Church- of tlie Nazarene in the United States, in Canada knd church, 1 Miss Cordelia Wilhlt* gave th* {devotional and presented a poem i entitled "Two Kinds of People." I Mrs. Arthur Rushing led the group' one in the British Isles. The Nai' In prayer and «pecl»l music WM ] arer-.e Theological Seminary has re' presented by Mrs. E. L. Hale. Mrs. C F. Tucker snd Mrs. H. L.' Mrs - H. L Chambers, newly- Hetticr '-.vsre hostesses yesterdsy «^cted president, was in charge of afternoon >t a business and »ccial :he "U5lne« session, session of '.he Dsrcas Sunday School . R«fr«rimen:« of pie ar.d coffee Class of F.rst Baptist Church at the , wera «<rved. I At Fidelis Meeting cently been established in Ciiy, MD., international headquarters for the church, where graduate training is given ministers and missionaries leading lo the Bachcloi of Divinity degree. WANTED So J beans to Thrash on by acre or by tra&hd. Have two lal* model MMsey-Hirris Cbpper Combines fnr 5*1*. Biil Brown 810 Ash Street Phone 35S7 JUST RECEIVED! No. 1 Holland Grown Bulbs HYACINTHS, TULIPS KING ALFRED JONQUILS Hyacinths an 'ulipt in all Colors! NOW WHY? Spend back -breaking, brow- perspiring days . . . enslaved by your washiub . . . in nn inadequately healed, dismal unfinished basement? IS THE IDEAL TIME FOR PLANTING THESE BULBS. The FLOWER SHOP Glencoe Hotel Bldg. u Phone 4491 TRY! . . . bring your wash to our Laundry. At the drop of a hat . . . presto! Sparkle- Clean wash and linens. Betteh than ever before! Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Fnx Nefffl ind Selected Short Contln. Rh.wlnjr Sun. 1:1(1-11^0 Apples hy • Dozen • Pound • Bushel B« jure Mom Bets a Kood supply ot Juicy rlp« applcH In time (or school I f Idling and Canning Apple* SZ.M A JIM Hu. Blytheville CURB MARKET ISO E. Main Phone 87 RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAK10 OR MODEL. RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Klcclricat Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radio S:ile» unrt Service 146 South First St. Coming to the GEM THEATRE Sat. and Sun. Oct. 11-12 Blythevtlle, Ark. Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. Blylheville, Ark. Free Estimates on All Work t For EUctric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop Form Wiring House Wiring Motor Repairs Appliance Installation N. Fifth Sf. Hlyllicville, Ark. Phone 4418 KNIGHT DMriiM>Kt Jack IftgTjn 6<«f|t Ittrtto J««K»Y 100 ,. Allen Pickard's SHOE REPAIR SERVICE • Sui'jilus Array Goods • Supplies >• Shoes See in to' the very h«st In Army surrilu* shoes. Nearly new—Rebuilt—To Rt Rebuilt. Hundred* fnr sale. Quantity rrletf A»«U- zble. EAST END 112 Lifly Street I/. Block South East Main HAIRY VETCH Balboa and Common Rye, Oats, Wheat and Barley Seed . . . Ready, for Fall Seeding New and Factory Reconditioned Soybean Sacks Blytheville Soybean Corp. 18SO W. Main Phone 856-57 ft* gut MBtaay sunct tuna* Cont'd Sh«ns Sit. 12:30 to 11:30 i ontlnaovs Hiinw r>Mh. Admission Adults 25e, T»x Incl. Children So Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Deafer ['hone 3479 Blytheville Ark. 112 Wthtnt St.

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