The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
Page 2
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_I«AOK TWO BLYTHEVILLB (AJUL) COURIEB NEWS TUESDAY, DKCEMUKH 3, ID 10 Methodist WSCS Elect New Officers For Year •Mrs. Hugh WhlUitt was re-clMtcd president of First Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service and was Installed yesterday af'cr- noon during a business meeting :tl the church, .Mrs. J. L. Vcrhocfl presented the second course In the Pall mission study on India dining the prognnn with a report of "Behind Mud WnUs." Other officers installed yesterday wjjre: Mrs. James Guard, vice president: Mrs. L. E. Old, secretary; Mrs. C: A. Cunningham, treasurer; Mrs. George w. Pylcs, refolding secretary— Secretaries appointed were: Mrs. H. W. Wylie, missionary education: Mrs. L. E. Baker, spiritual life: Mrs. William Wyntt. student work, Mrs. Earl J3uck!ey, youth's work; Mrs. J. 1 W. Adams'Jr., children's work; ivjrs. B. A. Lynch, supplies; Mrs. w. i; Denton, literature and publications^ Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, uublie- ily; Mrs. W. J. Pollard. Christian social relations. •The inoetini! was closed with praytr by Mrs. Verlioell. Emma Jean Holland Wed To Charles E. Roush •Miss Enimu Jcnn Holland, daughter of W. M. Holland, was marricrt Tfinnksglvlng Day to C.iiarlfs Ed\yard Roush. .son of O. A. Rons!). Bits of News Sliorl women will fluil Iliat ll'.e bulton-frotit rayon dress \vllli Nue brniil on Ilit yoke, shown uhuvc AS pictured in IN- NuvemlJCr issli<; nl Ceo:! Housekeeping ir.ijjajine, will give llicni a lilm appearance. Hotel Greeters Of Southwest Meet in Tulsa Jessee .Slitt, manager cjf Hotel Noble was elected secretary <u Ceptral South>vtat llolel Ciiveiers The ceremony was soldninlZKd at • Association dni'lng its the home of Uie Rev. H. H. Bin- Friday and Saturday vfrts, pastor of Lake Street Melh-! odist Church. •The bridegroom's brother. E. K Housh. mid Mrs. Roush Miv-.'d the. couple as altendonls. .Mrs. Roush was graduated Irom Holland, Mo., nigh chn:>l. Mr. Roush attended Blythevlllf Illgli School before, joining lh". Hcabecs in'which he served for throe anil a. half years. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roush will make their home at 800 Lilly Street. All Day Meeting Held By First Baptist Group ;First Baptist Woman's Mission :>ry Society had nn all day meeting, flt the chinch yesterday Icr ijbttie Moon Foreign Missionary offering. >Tlie meeling was opened at 11 a! m; with a forum with Mrs. II. H. Brooks In charge, nnd Mrs. M. Cv Outlaw offering the opening prayer. ."Good News and Good Tiding' was the subject for the devotional left, by Mi's. D. B. ,Bledsoe. ^Mrs. Harry FrltzlUs was in cnargc of the afternoon program which \vjas opened with the hymn of 'he year. Subjects were discussed by Mrs w. M. William, Mrs. B. C Brown, Mrs. Ebb Carson, Mrs Waller Bishop, Mrs. H. -H. Brooks Wilhite. Mrs. Alvin Huffman dismissed the group with prayer. 2 Coming Eventi ^ TUESDAY vAmerican Legion Auxiliary will nvect tonight at the Hut. ." WEDNESDAY -Mrs. J. C.. Ellis Sr. will enlerloin Ihe 'i'3wn and Country Cliib at-her home at Barfield. ~ THURSDAY -J»frs. Cecil .Shane will be hostess to the Midweek Club. ••O;totle club will meet at the hjjme" pf Mrs.. J. C. EMIs Sr. at her home at Barfield. :• - -: -., FRIDAY "Chapter N. PEO Sisterhood will nipet at;'i p,n>. with Mrs. Firmer England with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr.. ro-hostess.. . ''Mrs." Ij»iidemile Fowler will cn- lerlaiii the.'C.. B, C. Rook Club. 7pprcas .Class, First Ba] Church, will meet at the rhurcli 3:30'p. m. <:otiv,>tilion in Tulsn. Okla. The association also accepted :,n Invitation lo have Ihc next ron- vcnlion In Arkansas with iho city lo be designated later. Mr. Still has served as pr?sid"ni of the associallon for Iwo terms and secretary for Iwo previous terms as well as serving as chairman of hoard, of directors. Mrs. Still accompanied Mr. Stilt lo Tulsa and on the relurn Inp vlsilcd in Texarkana wllh her parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Nix. Daughter Born A daughter born Nov. 26. to Mr. and Mrs. Hasklll Blrmkenship has been named Linda L?o. Mrs. Blnnkenship Is the fornier Miss Earlene Sullivan, (laughter of Mrs. Hnrrlctl Sullivan and the lale Karl P. Sullivan. Rehearsal by Choral Society is Postponed Tonight's rehearsal of Blythcvllle Choral, society has been canceled and all other rehearsals in December will nol be hid H was announced loclay by Mrs. nalton C. Rivvls- ston, director. day fov Charles Hart, 18-your-old ion. of. Police Cliief r.nd Mrs. ,1. C, Hurt of Scarcy. He [tied Sunday nlghl of olcctric buriis suffered last Sept. 20. He fell on a wire carrying liigh voltapo \vhilo working for tho Aikan.sus Power and Com- mny. •Mr. mid Mrs. Wiillum T. Uolts of \ Okjahoma Cily. Ohln.. ami their, Mr.s. L. K. Tandy of Wichita. Kan., were tf'ii'sls of Mrs. Chitrles Necdhum timing the ThnnkSKivhii! holidays. They also vlsilt'd with Mrs. NredliumM son, W. C. Richai'dson "I Holland, Mo. Mr.s. O. O .Ilurditway and sons, | Oscar. I'rcA itnd Hutih .sjieni Friday I and Saturday In Memphis. Condition ot June Terry who is ill ;tt her homo \vilh imcumoniu, ^ improved. Slu 1 is the dauglllci 1 ol Mr. iiiid Mr.s. Jtimc.s Terry. 'U'^ 8 Wi'M Wiilnul. Mr.s. N. E. Parks ol Oxford, Miss, is vislllnu hoie with her dmijjliU'J Mr.s. W. C. Iy;i;t'.oit and family. Barbara Nell dwell, (iaiichlei of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Crowell hits been coufint'tl lo her ntjme wilh Influeri'i. Her condition Kxlay is .satlslac-lory. .R. A. Purvis is in ChlMiuo. 111., (his v.ei4: on a ijnsino.s.s trip. Condllion of Mrs. ,1. Furris Mc- Cnlhi, v.'lui under.vent un nppi'li- ih'domy yistoitlay inornlnx at Walls llos|>ll;il i.s siillsf«i:lory today. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirnes Woll'rs mill ''<»". Dusty. 01 .lackson. Mo. visited here Sunday wilh her grandmother, Mrs. Louise Yatbro. They were cnrouU; trom llivervale, whnni they had been visiting Mrs. WollITS' |):nvnls, Mi. and Mrs. I. K Maye. Condition o! Hunch White, who has IH-CII seriously ill at Walls hos- pllnl. today is unimproved. Mrs. Earl Knout/ ot I'lillon. Mo., s .spcnclhiK several weeks here with her slsler and brother. Miss Ellen Hrvnn Mini'Moss liryan. Cliiiulp !•'. coo[ier Is uUcndlnf! Circuit Court In Marion today. Mrs. E. M. Uc'BfiMild " 1Kl Mrs. Kd Williams returned last nijjht from Louisville. Ky.. where they visited ntth John Ed Ilogcnold. who allenrls Kontuoky Military In- stituie. They returned by plane. Mr. and Mrs. Unssell llaynes Parr s]:ent yesterday In 'Memphis. Amoni; out of town people here for the funeral yesterday of Thurman Atkins were nick Burns of AiisustH. Mr. ami Mrs. Leonard Bisslneer of Nashville. Tenn.. Mrs. Robert Johnson of Gleason. Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. Cieorge Thlcl ot Par- afiould and St. Louis. Mo. Jlmmle tinrns of Union City, Tenn.. nncl Mr. nn t | Mrs. A. Tidwell and family of Dixon. Tenn., were litre with the family. Sautrday and Sunday. Condition of J. 11. Rvans. who has been under^oinu treatment in a Memphis hospital, today is satisfactory. He .wus removed lo his home here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Councilli! and son, Clifford Jr., have returned from Wurrcn, where they spent the weekend wilh relallvos of Mr. C'oim- eille. At The Hospital* Hlythevllle Hospital Admitted: Kila Jo Jones, Cooler, MO. .Tames Troy Woodson, city. Mrs. l.averne Ijlcndu. oily'. Ho] ti to Mr. amj Mrs. Grovcr Key, Dell, a son last night. Dismissed: J. D. lilnylorK. Cooler, Mo. Shelby Oene Keeling. Koseland Donnu lice Ilrent, Dell. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. .1. Karris MtCalla. city. Mrs. Hen Darby, city. Mrs. J. N. Jarrell. city. Mrs. Oarleton Sllles, city. |{< nnic Braunum. Maiden, Mo. iniu'lle Ueasley, city.'il: * M s, Dllly Wicks, city. omas Calvin Oracey. city. J. H. Caudle, clly. J!ci>]|ihls KanlKt Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Norman Bunch, city. Jw.'s. I.. D. ChamWln, cfly. ^lintiplils ,Mclj?'iiorc Clinic Malaria Control Workers Meet In Little.Rock !loi!<.T C. Cooper, director of the Malaria Control program In Mississippi County, and Sidney Wilcox, health educator with the program, will attend a three-day state convention of Public Health Service 1 workers in Little Rock tomorrow ihrcutfti Friday. Slated for discussion at the open. iiif, meeting arc plans for the DHT sppray prpoxram for next year. On Thursday, Public Health olficlals from Atlanta, Ga.. will address members of the Health Service. Other nublic health problems in connection with the Communicable Disease Control Activities program will be discussed. Friday's meeting will close the convention with dls- cu^lon of pian.s for future Public Ileallli work. worn In her tour of the U. H. later. She will fly Air France, win stops at Gander, Ncwloundlinct and Shannon, Ireland. | Entries In the contest may not j be made after Dec. 20 and any girl between 18 and 25, born in a cotton growing state, is eliKiblc. n M7 Maid of Cor To Fly to Paris o Get Wardrobe Memphis Officer Called To Investigate Accident, Finds Sweetheart \n\uicd MF.MPH1S. Tenn., Dec. 3—< Ul'i —A young Mcjnphis policeman hurried to the scene of an accident today and discovered that Hie victim was his bride-to-be. Miss Hillie Hollin^sM'orth was injured .seriously when she was struck by a truck. U. F. G'NVIIy. her fiance and member of die. police accident Investigation xcjuad. nislicd to the ^r.-ene. Miss IIolHng:s - AorUi was taken to a hospital. O'Ki-lly accompanied !:'•!•. Tin 1 marriai'.i- has been jiosl- noni'd. Jt had brcn jjliinned for fialiireiiiy. DIAMONDS THE BEST FOR "HIM" OR "HER" i • Mh'MPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 3. (Uf). ^-America's 1047 Mfiid of cotton to |jc' chosen In Jnnnnry will lly to I'iii'is and the liiviera ;ins Spring. ilu> Natioi.iiil Collon Co'in- il iinnonnced today, II will be the iirst time I no | cotton bi'll's good will repreBciua- » chemical jbta :ipii i live has visited a foreign country. sU'i-l industry's coke I.In I'jiris, the cotton mnid will silltiij have a famous designer crvnte a 'Kpccipl cotton wardrobe to he Admitted: Sltuilev Illli, Joiner. Pyrldine from the ovens, Is thi' parenl of the diNgs, iiingif; gcrni kilters. Read Courier News Want Ads. -Vital automobile batteries were so. scarce In October 1346 that new car manufacturers hinted that 1946 model cars might have to be delivered minus batteries SMNOANO ft^1HVILL[ V CHOCOLATES Ye» Sir! Here's a real novelty .'.. identical shos styles for {other and son. Bolli have all the style, comfort and wearing qualities I hat \VinUuop always stands for. For Dad For Son . 6.00 FAMILY SHOE STORE Phone 2342 INTHROP SHOES 312 W. Main St SALE ABSOLUTELY FIRST OFFERING Finest Business Sites just North of City Limits on Highway 61 — and Desirable Tracts for Subdividing. Water, Lights, Telephone Available Also him' UO A Fine Purn) Land, jcjinliiK Clly Limits 1111 KimV Sid<> nith Improvements, Division Street. -For Full Informiition- \Vi-ile or Wire El) KOCICKS. 1512 Aliimo Nillional liuildiiifj, man Antonio, Texas WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR FRUIT CAKE » -. i- .•,.'.«. Lemon Peel Orange Pe,eI , \ .-.} Citrus Cherries White Raisins Currants . Nuts HENRY'S GROCERY and MARKET 309 N. 6th St. ' Phone 2003 THE BEAUTY CLINIC Marcaret Uten Smith, Owner 1st Nil'I Bank Hide. Phone 1274 Toddler's Wooden ROCKING HORSES S3.95 The Tot Shop PERMANENTS Oil of Ttili|r.vooil $8.50 Marcclliua Orerni! J3.SO FOR CHRISTMAS Kevlon <;ifl Sels .Ilelenc Curtis {'uld Wavrs Dermetii' Tosmetiis The Beauty Bar Pliono U202 CMeiH-oe HolH USE YOUR CREDIT I'iiy only 1 -:j (town — ItalaiK-e weekly— on any merchandise !>nivh:ised a! FITZPATRIGK Jewelry Stores il Takes Only :j Minutes lo Open a (Charge Account Osc-Mla HI.VTIIEVILLK Sikeslai: PUT THEIR NAMES IN Shopping Days To Christmas It takes only :: minutes (o open :t <'harj;o Aci-ninit ;il FITZPATRIGK Jewelry Stores Blylhovlllf, Arlc. Oscecib, Ark. Klkcslun, Mil. J'ara^oulil, Ark. don't Forget — the BAZAAR DECEMBER 4th e The Legion Hut Lovely home made linens. A booth full of pretty and practical Aprons Infants Crocheted Sets and hand made . Baby Clothes Sketches made by our own talented artist A white elephant booth with hard-to-get articles A country store full of home canned fruits and vegetables Fresh dressed poultry and country eggs Home made cake, candy Served all day while you shop: Sandwicrtes, home made pie & coffee. STARTS 11 A.M. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office OpuiA i :«» Show St»rta ?:<W LISTEN TO Kl.CN 0;M a.m. Vl:t5 p.m. 4:3* D-» Tuesday and Wednesday Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing ICveryday Silver or gold-filled identification bracelets for men mid women, also women's anklets, all beautifully styled and finished. We'll engrave them in time for Christmas' giving if you'll give us your nvrlo" now. Mail, hut not telephone, orders filled. Box Office Optus 6:45 . Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. sad Bu. Barraln Night Ever; Mcbi Except No r*mt* Honored on nmndmj >l the ROIJ. Tuesday & Wednesday DOUBLE FKATUKi: free Engraving l-hniir i-'ervice nn Any Jewelry or Foinitnin Pens Untight from Us. Gold Names Stamped on Hillfolds at No Extra Cost It Takes Only .'5 Minnies to Open a Charge Account FITZPATRICK JEWELRY STORES Osrcola, Ark. Sikeslrm, Mo. raragoulil. Ark. NIGEl MUCE LEO CftRRILLO UIEM«WI!>»«B MOEIASS tl'Heiilllt cum EOIS

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