The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1947
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>A« KLTngTlLLl (AM.)' COURIER NEWS Ph«n« 44«1 Auxiliary- ' • Sponsors Silver Te* OBt'*l the Urreat eocLal attain •f • UM mi aaaaon *a* U>* Ailvir Tea :»l»*e\ )aat»rrtay afternoon »t UM Wonu'i' Club by 'the Wo- Auxiliary of M.: Stephen* Churoh. Approximately *t gUMU called between I:M and >;M e'eloek. - •:. - ^ * TtM clvib room wa* attractive with arrangement* of dahlias and rot« In which the ahadei of lavender and pink predominated. The lace-draped table vac centered with a shallow bowl of pale ptnk roe** and earnitlon*. flanked with alender pink taper* In eryttal tandelebra. On the mantel of the fireplace were two large v&se* 'Of pal* orchid dahlia* and i In (rant «f UM fireplace were palms. Pink roe** were arrmged on the piano. In tt>* roodvlm line were Mr*. Arthur Vance, tin. Emma, Nolen, Mr«. A. G. ahlbley and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway. Prealdtng »t the refreshment Ubl« were Mrs A. R. OUen and Mlu Josephine shlbiey, assisted by Mri. J. D. McDowell. Aasorted parly foodi together with 1 traduattd punch were aerved. Le*.ehville Ur. and Jam.. Wilaon Patter** k ot Laachvllle, an- »ounc* the engagement *( their daughter, M 1 * * Winnie Marie Patterio n, to Thomas Jackson Pierce, ion ot Mr. and Mr*. A r B h *r Fletcher Pierce, also of Leachvllle. T h t wedding will be eolemR- l«d Nov. 3J, in the nrat Meth- odiat Chureh at Ml**, J-alUreon w a « graduated from I*ichvllle High School and attended Arkan- se* stale College In Jooeiboro. She I* now a member of the faeiil- , ty of Leachville I school*. * Mr. Pierce was from High Engagement Announced Mr*. Frank Turck Introduced the | School. He »erved guest* who preiented musical selection* during the afternoon. Dick Greenwell, accompanied by Miu Jean Sarber, sang "Softly In The Morning Sunrise" from "New Moon" and "Seranade" from "Student Prince", and Mrs Edle S»llba year» A 1 for four wkh the Force* in Europe, He Is now employed in Laaeh- vllle. Bits of Ntws am. J«4U> aef\ and MM Je4a*a f St. boui*, Mo',.ara the lita parent*, tar, ud Walden. Mr*. K. A. Maner S* imnrilng today in Maaaphla. •» wa. aeeom- panlad by her dftutfMar, Mr*. Wade Qulnn of Oaeaota. Mr. and Mr*. R. A. Ootoki* and •on Clark, have »•>•*• pad U ineli home In Oalnaefcoro, Tana., after •pendlnt aevaral day* her* with Mrs. Cobble*' pareata, Mr. and Mr* O. W. Smith and family. Mr. and Mr*. W. H. River* «t Bgin. Texa*. are vUltlnc their daughter Mr* Ma OaudUl famUy, lor aaveral 4a?a. Mr*, U H. Bar aM Mr*. Barry Botaa epaot yaitu MUa Laura Mate wn* • a fraan- man at Waahln|ton Dnlveralty, M. Loul*. ha* pladfed Sate Tau Alpha aororlly. •» la tha daughter of Mr. and Mr*. U ft. Matthew* of Yarbro. Mr. arid Mr*. Murray to-tart Mis. Uoyd Mak-aton and Mr*, ft. C. F*rr are *p*ndi»f the day fa Memphis.. " , Mr. and Mr*. Charity Uilaf and Mrs. Phillip ApplebauBa ha** to Detroit, Mich., where the-- wtl attend the wedding at tnatr neioe Miss Martt* Lute*. They wOl ej*o Catholic Altar Society met ,y afternoon at the Knights Jolumbu* Mall with Mr«. Dlclc loberU M hoetee*. / Plant were made for a bingo •xty to be held in November and w the annual Christmas Bazaar. The Rev. Paul Bujartki opened nd closed the meeting- with prayer, The ho*tan leived refreshment. Officer* Are t tec ted PaUy Ann Weaver WHS elccteil pratident of the "Hubba Hubba Ora- club at a rneeting yesterday. Tie club U made up of the fourth, ifth and sixth grade girls of Sudbury School. •hirley Ha] ford, vice president; Jallra Stllwell, McreUry; Ann He-,- er, treasurer; and Boniu Crump, reporter; were other officers elected j i earve. Plans tor a Hallowe'en parly to be Held Wedne*d*y, Oct. », were completed. visit Mrs; Lute*' brother, Be acham ' and tajeUy in They were. o. R. by lh gave J piano selections throughout!.- r> n • I thia "afternoon. i Max D. Kcid Out of town guests Included Mrs. .. i P T A and Miss At LangC T. 1 .A. IA. C. E. Plar?s Monthly Meet W. W. Prewltt, Mrs. Hall Lillian Patterson all of Osceoln, Mrs. Henry Hoyt of Leachvllle. | Max B - Held, was the guest » ... Mr«. Edcar *ac v of Dell. i speaker yeelerday .fternoon at a At W. Mrs. Bdgar Stacy of Dell. Ml»s I meeting ot Lange Parent-Teacher Jane Landstreet of Memphis, and I Avsoclatlon. He used as his subject Tlie Trl-County Branch of the Mrs. G. L. Heyde of Jackson, Mo. • • • Visitors Honored With Dessert Bridge Party Mli* Maxlne Reid of Oklahoma city,' Okla., who 1« visiting her "Surveying community Needs". Association for Childhood --Ecluca- •„,.„•.,„„„„ The first grade under (ha di- tion will hold IU' October meet- Townaend of rection of Mr* R. A. Berry-nan, Ing. Saturday In the Fellowship ! w *nt » m.w WM In charge ot the program and Hall of First Methodist Church/ ' . Mr* Lagrone ' Whittle, who will rial relatives In Royal Oak, Mteh. Mrs. H. «. Neadhaoi left laat nlftht for Oalvarton, Texaa, to Jtln her huaband who U amptoyed ta Texas city,.T»aa. Mrs. Robert L. Wade and dau«h ter. Mary Yenda, and Mr*. Louie Berry and daufhter. BoMa* June returned yaitenUy attar apandlof several day* in Onion City, Tahn. Mr* Norman Bhlalda, who ha* , Mi*. uff, under major operation at the wa* in cnarge 01 me program ana «»" UL riiai. AicLtiuoiAL ^nurcn, i r*«v<« UAMU» A I *k*r* \^«m^.» -m*- gave .everal Hallowe'en song*. Mrs. West MemphU. at 10 o'clock, it ^ndmorTki «Uaiirtorr^ John Kllott e«ve two vocal selec- «'ns announced today by Mlw car- MilT wJl.* iir.-.^^' ui u ni^> tlons." When I Sung My Sont", rle Mowery, of West Memphis, vice - - -•" "vT-"™ M ."* ra *° and "My Hero", and a president. SSanFiHr "& "- O^letptr' 1 "" JS3X s^v^V^d kidelohla houseeuest of Mr and *^* attendance prize was won ces Elmer, slate A.C.E. state ele- d Mrs, Fran- pre*ldent, Joneaboro where they wtU attend the homacomlnc faatlTlUa* ot Ark arua* State argtst number of Refrcshrnent* were of honor last night when Mrs C. M. Smart and Mrs. LJoyd SUckmon ^^ _„,.,. entertained three, tables of bridge [ *****"* grade^ mothers at the am art home. In game* played Mrs. J. w. McHaney won high score and Mrs. Dale S. Brlggs, second high. Both present J by the Young People Hold Picnic At River Bank presented The Young People of Flr«t Sapi list'Church and friend* were en- The home *»» attractively deco- j lertalned Monday night with a »rated' with roees throughout the c lal. held on the river bank at guests of honor were gifts by the hostefisei. Mississippi. Crlttenden. and St. Francis counties are included In this branch, whose purpo*e Is lo study and foeter all phase* of child welfare and development for all w,^?,"!' elementary*. ...i,,?; All elementary teachera, prlncl- •*""'' pal*, and Interested parent* are urged to be prenent. entertaining rooms. A dessert course and Iced drlrikt were served. ; 1 ' * - * - * Mrs!; Miriyard Hostess To Mem|?ers ar(d :Guests Mrs. W. '^11. Minyard was liostess yesterday to members ot the Wednesday Bridge Club and two Mrs. Walter Stegall of Jackson, Tenn.,' and.Mrs. Edgar Stacy, with a luncheon and bridge. During the games high icore was won by Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. Minyard received second high. The luncheon table was centered with a. cut gla.u bowl of rose.s and bouqiicU of garden flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of thi home. Mrs. Butyls Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mri. A. M. Butt wa* Hostess to her bridge club aud five guest* yesterday afternoon at her home on Main Street. The guests were Mr*. M. O. Usrey.lMr*. W. I. Denton, Mrs. Herman aw*, Mr* Wyatt Henley and Mr*. W. S Langdon. In bridge : game* Mrs. J. w. Ad- IP.E.O. Members Feted ' t L. C. B. Young Home Mrs. C. S. Stevens and Mrs. C. Yolith". The defbUonal was given • S. Lemons were hostesses yesterday airfield. Stanley Hood, B.T.U. prenMenL. gava a talk on "The Value of i Wholesome Recreational Lite for , Marlon ,May«« and Rand- *t the BLYTHBVILLJB HOSPITAL Admit t«d; Mrs. Clalr.Miller, city. Mrs. Talmadge .Lee, city. Taimadge Le«, city. Dlsmlsted: Elizabeth Grlggs, Haytl, Mo. Jerry Brown, city.- Mrs. Opal Marler, city. Mrs. Clinton Duncan and baby, BootjxiliU, .Tenii. Mis. Joe McClure, city. Mrs. Roy Spears. Steele, Mo. /wnrof "Y" Club Meets "•wooniters Jr. High Y" Club met yesterday afternoon for election of officers at the Junior High School Auditorium. Pat Ifearn was elected president and others who will serve with her art Melballne Hill, vice president; hM Bt»nfteld. secretary; Pat Mc- Mrs. Philip Aguero* and baby, city. Births: Born to Mr, and Mrs. Kicd Howcll, city, n eon. last night. WALLS HOSPITAL, Dismissed: Mrs l W. E. Wheeler, Senath, Mo. Mrs, M. C. Palmer, Manila. •• J. D. iMinyard, Dell Mrs. Mary Blnijg, Dell. Mrs. O. T. Dodd, Stfde, Mo. Mrs. William Graham, CaruUiers- vllle, Mo. Mrs. E. V. Wilson, Rt. 2, city. Mrs, Mamie CKlell, Manila. Mrs. Gene Lovcland, Manila BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis ST. LOUIB NATIONAL 8TOCK- YARDB, Oct. JJ. (UP)-(USDA)Llvestock: Hogs:. 6,100: Mlable 5,500 Fairly active to all Interests, steady to M« lower than average Wedneaday. Bulk good and choice 1*0 ta M* Ibs., $27.50-137.75; practical top. »27.75; few smsll lots, 121.85; i«n (« 170 It*., »2«.2S-a«.76; l»-l» ]bl $24-26; few 126.25; ,100 to 120 Ib" pigs, mostly »21-»23.2S; good J10- 450 Ib. sows »25.50-|26.75; few cholo* to $27; heavier weight* Kl- Most stags. «17.50-21. Cattle—4,000; aalablc 1,500; 1,600. all salable. Steers In meager supply. About 1-3 dozen loads offered, these mainly medium flethM kinds; little done, but a few around $20-22, about steady. Helfert and mixed yearlings in moderate sup. ply and opened about steady. Cows about steady with Wednesday* close. Cannon and cutters $10-5013. with a few common and medium beef cows »13-15 and little done on fat cows. member of the ROTC Unit on duty at the University of HatuchuMtt* I* lit Mi. Jtmea M. Boone of aom- rset, Ky., who uyi he is a fifth IMttnUon «Metndut M Daniel ioone. Oregor,'treasurer; and Carol Ann I Births: BaiMy, reporter. During -the business meeting the iroup dlacussed projects they will Undertake during the year. Mr*. 'Jbhn R. Thomas Is faculty advisor and Miss Alice Saliua is staff advisor. W. G. Sample, city. Charles G. Alexander, Osccola. MCLEMOKE CLINIC, MemphU Dismissed: Thomas Hoffman, Joiner METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: •Mrs. Walter, Bishoff, Oeceola. I Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy SVIIdy, Blowali, ft daughter-. Marriage Licenses The following couple obtained a Coming Events Waterfront Fire Lost Placed at $1,000,000 PORTLAND, Me.. Oct. 13 (up) — A three-alarm fire today d**~ troyed about half of the 1.000-foot state pier on the Portland water- Iron t, with IOM estimated unofficially at $1.000,000. The estimate of the damage wu made'by John Toft, a member the Maine Port Authority. With the Courts FRIDAY C. B. C. Club — Mrs. A. A. Hnrrty hostess at the home of Mrs. LcudCMinie Fowler. Women's Club Meeting at 2:30 Chancery Addle Fields , Willie Fields vs. suit for divorce. 6 ... ..o., Ja "? Waters v*. Alexander, *ul marriage license yesterday in llieil''" 1 ' Rt tne club House Pvecedcd, 1O |L al ™ rce - olflee of MlM Elizabeth Blythe, '*>>' executive board meeting at 2! _ Dor othj -Brown vs. Edmond aounty clerk; "• p.m. WIHUm Connell and Mrs. Et'M-1 SUNDAY beth Thornhlll Wright, both olj Alpha Alpha Chapter of Bcla Sl«- Detrolt, dtamlMed from Blylhevllle Hospital j 3:00 p.m. ma Phi—Preferential Tea at home of Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson, where he underwent a tonsilcc-1 tomy. I Mr*. Clalr Miller underwent nn j Operation this morning at Blythc-1 vllle Hospital. Civic Calendar Football: p. m. FRIDAY Chicks at Subiaco, 3 Brown, suit for divorce. Delia Nlblett vs. Sam Nlblett suit for divorce. "OUit40,SO,60?"i At al tnf atete* ererywhete—In BlytlUTiUa, at Xlrkr Drag, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'mm ••+*&• LET US DECARBONIZWl YOUR OIL HEATER New aeknUfle method ellmliute* J an earbM . . . create* new eifl. ( eieawy. rti*M MM for prMspt J eerrlee. ,> i l 1 I Hov« On Hand At Alt Times Seraral tractors *nd equipment . . . both new and used ones ... JOHN DffRI. PAHMALL and other make*. AUo, I have for sal* at all times 70 to SO head of mule*. Tern* can be arranged. Will trade (or most anything you have. F.C.CROWE 1 Mil* S. of Braggadoro all',Hawk!. '• &f$. . • Oames and aiding were the direction or Mlwi Majlne man, Carroll Evans, Blllte and Jlmmle Henry. Mi.w Uma B. Wllhelm. B.T.U. adviaor, v&s a special guest. • • • Plantation Is Setting Qrider t« Condition of Mr*. PrUlllpt MeMn son. who underwent a ma)or opara tion In Oreenrllle. •. 0., while TlaH Ing her litter, I* Improred. will probably be dtamlaatd tram th tomorrow, but It will 11/ week* before aha ' will r* turn home. OondiUon of Mr*. J. M. Harding, who U atrloualy 111 at her home at Promlead. Land, I* illthUy Improved today. Her brother, B. *. Marahbank* of New Albany. Ml**.. her iliter, Mr*. J. W. Oarnir and Mr. Oarner of Ulbourne, Mo., an) Mr. and Mri. Clarence Kardlng ot B. .-Yoiing. hr>me ,*\, j Oxford. Ml**.. . have arrived her* members, "of ..Chapter ! to be with her • • ..'.',*.," .;' '•-- Jl ----' •' • ( Jerry Brown, ion at the lUr. and Mr*. K. C. Brown, h*X been Mr*. W. S. Johnston spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jarret of •t. JO*. Ind.. will spend the week- . ~ ' ~~, and here with Mr. and Mrs. P. E Negro Students Take Oooley and olher relatives. Mrs Jarret. the daughter of Mrs. Luncy Oee. formerly lived here. .Circuit Mnry Ellen St»bb* vs. R. Wete el al, »10,000 tor per**]* injuries. Cloudy summers are relatively i THURSDAY I cool, while cloudy winters are re- Khvanls club—Klementary School,' Utlvely warm. 7 p. m. 8/ood Tests at School Results of the Health, clinic which was held at the Harrison school last Thursday were announced yesterday by Artls C. .Sawyer who Is chairman of the Social -Hygiene club. She said that «3 Negro pupils took the blood tests. l;or Bridge Club Party f C. , . . .Twartle'ld at Barfleld, e the D. p. E. .6. sitaerhood The two-course, luncheon w»* .•served buffet style from the dining Uble'centered with a beautiful arrangement of chry.innthe- muiHi and mixed [lowers In a low bowl. Mrs. n. p. Kirshncr, chairman of the National committee of Educational Loan Fund Board of the P. E. o. gave a discussion of the national meeting held recently In Angeles, Calif., and which she acttlng yesterday when members attended of the 'Town and Country Club, Bouqurta ot ,„„ , lowlrs in varie(1 W ^. |U H . * P ,"J v,, v, ' shades were used for decoration! Mrs. Oleo Langston was hl«h throu g hollt th « home . acore winner and Mrs, James B. i ____ Clark received second high. Beautiful arrangement* of rail flower* decorated the entertaining Meeting room* of the home and light refreshment* were served by hostess. Usrey guest prii-e, Tall flowers were arranged the entertaining rooms. ChicVa-sAwba Lodge 134 F and A t h- 'M will meet tonight al the Hall, "i7:30 p.m., In regular comimmlca- — i tion. By order of Max Parks, worshipful Master. RELIEF FROK. STOMACH UL •MT. EXCESS ACID free»e«4iTe«*»n»**MT«^kaMaw«ka* o rn- »ir«* BlIKoK keeVki *t Ike Wnt^a* TKIIJITMIKT »•»• '»e*m **l* >«r Nttaf *f Aod rtM to FIJI" ***** a "' d •• *,f •*{"*. •"•' ! ""ilRBT 'itl-WAT DKTJG CO. KIRBY DRUG COMFANf ' OWVM HKXAI.l. DRUG CO. -: A r morel: . ARMOREI. nmua COMFAHY ' rKTTT'l PHAkMACT am* Sr. won htgh score prite, Mri. Refreshment* of a undwl^h plate W. F. Brewer aecond high and Mr* I and iced drink* were served. l CECIL LOWE Grocery and Market "THI CLiAN STOM" RITZ THEATRE Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 28-29 r.-Tt Fr«« Delivery Pl*nl> of Thnnt »»T CORN r*ride of (IJinoti. ARGOPEMHES N ,„ ^ 27' JACK SPRAT CATSUP „», 19' COFFEE Manhattan J (bf. $7.45 . PINK SALMON r , n S3' SUGAR 10».98< SALMON *r MACKERAL . c«j M 21« SUNMAID RAISINS, New Crop ... 1», DURKIE'S OLEO , J8c FANCY SARDINES, N.ptuM Flat Tin 1»« «»«*T Hw«t*, *Ma*r ir-pk+M «<iH Stone*. and tr»H ta Mtf •Berrtng ferrl«erat« eaie. Fresh Meats At All Times WALLPAPER Enhances The Home For sheer beauty and practicability Irxlm)* tft« now I'ntlcd \V»Hr«p*r Wtaves by Dorothy IJcbM In ymr decoratlnic plans. New, too, art the (in* taHttoh PUids in wRllpaptr just »rrivin)t in ••r Mor«. T*«1« find |t«jr p*)(tcmn »ppropri«t« for anv r««M al OMfa "YOUR WAI.I.PAl'KR 8TYM5 CKNT«1" ir Deal's Paint Store 109 EMt Main 44*» Behind this bullet-shatter«d window moves a man, » trapped with his conscience ..waiting for the end of love... of hate... of life I Continuous trihows - Every Day : Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2tOO LISTEN TO KLCN I:M a.a*. 1J:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. SPECIAL! See Paramount Newsreel of Blytheville's Own National Cotton Picking Contest—To- nijtht and Friday Night. Thursday and Kriday • » ANTMOfJ/ OLUHH • >«Mt Cl^ll - ParUM-uit New* and 8b*rt*'jL Centraneu* Shewing Every Da™ Box Cilice Opens 6:30; Snow Start* 6:15 Open* ••nday !:«*; Start* 1:15 Cenlinoew Show* Sat. and Sun. Bargain MUM Every Night Except Saturday N* alien honored on gmndiy a*) • the Ke«y ThorMay and Friday Seleetci «3heru C*ning to trie GEM THEATRE •lythiYill., Ark. Sttvrday and (snday Oct. M-M Headin' for Rio Grande V . t ierlal "Tke Sem Heand 1 * No. 4 an< C»H«on Cmt'd Shew* ie.1. 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