The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 5, 1946
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BLi'THEVlLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Bonnie Barker Wed TS S. C. Ingram Wr. and Mrs. A. p. Barker announce the marriage of thjir dajjBhter, Miss Bonnie Barker, to ^•~<J. Iiigfani. son of Mrs. ' Bam liigi-am of Luxora .and Memphis. The double'''ring' ceremony \viis soltinnlzcd] Nov. 23 at the ofj,.Uie'-.R< 1 'v. '.E. , C. Blown, UUKIOI- of^rirst Baptist churcli. . Miss,Louise, Wilson and. Bo'.ven Tljpnipsori of Luxora, iitteiuiut thj' cduule. "• bvlde wore a pearl &r;iv iTri.-Delta Club Meets With Margaret Shaver Plans were made by lli<> Delta frock, wilh red accessories nnp l«ij hat was of pearl gray fell tiiinmed in ostrich feathers. A red io.>.e'bud corsage • completed lier cojjjuiue. Miss Wilson were a black suit with a corsage of while (,'aniattons,. ^Iso present-for the reading-ol tiu> rites were Mi 1 , mid Mrs. Tom' Haidin. Miss Gladys Carter .ir.u 1 Charles Biilingsley. . . After a wedding .trip to Mcm- }}ljis Mr. and Mrs. Ingram returned here to make -their home ai- 108 1 West Kentucky, * - * * Lutheran Group Meets With Mrs. Hoffmann Pilgrim Guild of Lutheran Church Ipnr Blisinp*;*; Spcci met Monday afternoon al the home MUbiiit..Sh O(_S>M of'Mis. Herman Holfiflann. Delta Delia Club, when It met Miss Msr-jar-it give a check to the rc agency instead of hav- rogulur Ctiristnm.'i :icti- Monday night Hliaver, lo child v.cViu inn their vlly. Rei-orts were made on the Thanksgiving baskets clistilbiited b/ tlie ffrcui). A'.ter Hie business ses- ston i f f rfsl'.rr.cnis sere served. Mi's, Ellis Kntertains Her Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. ,J. c. RHis Sr., was liosless yesterday afternoon to the Town and Country Club at. her home at Uarfleld. - . Hints of the approaching ChrlM- mas seasoi! were used in the die- ! orations of the enlcrtainlnjF rooms with Christmas cards used as tallies. Mrs. c. P. Tucker and Mis o. B.'.Keck played bridge '.vilh'ihe club members. Mis. Fred Huther- won hlijli score and Keck, .second. Party foods served after Urn games Marries Mis. were iESA Meets at Hotel Mrs. Oswald p. Rainey Jr., was before her iiuiitlage hern •rh.inks- givlng Day, Mis:; .inanilii Holloweli. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .lames Holloweli of witter Valley. MHW. Mi 1 . Rainey is the son of Mr. ana Mrs. o. P. Rainey of Wichita. Kim formerly or lilylheville. Mr. amp Mrs. Halncy will make Ihi-ir home hi Memphis. At The Ho*piud« Utythr.vllle Hospital .'• ''•Admitted: Mis. C. O. McTIaffey; Rt 3 cliy. -•'. ' . ViU'ha) Howard .Joplln, Rt j city. ' ' Mrs. Fiolaiid WaiTmgton, city M. K. fjkellon, city. Dismissed: Helen Oration, city. ''' • ' Walls Hospital Admitted: ;'' Mis. Charles Fleemnn, Manila. Mrs. W. N. linker. Coot"r, Me Mrs. Bessie Unrksdnlc. city. Mrs. Alum riuy, Luxora. Mrs. .Ic.ssc; YounghUxxl, Elowoli James Tankersley. city. Mrs. \4. It. Chnffin, city. Dismissed: Mrs. liclj Houchlns, city Mrs. Bernard .liigjjcrs mill baljv eity . Mrs. .terry Billiard n iH) bahy .Steele, Mo. .Mc.njihis liaiilisl llospiljl Admitted; .>. C. Iliumsh. city, i .Memphis MrLemora Hospital Admitted: Mrs. A. J. Bennett, Joiner. Memphis St. lose-ill Hospital Admitted: Horn lo Mr. aiul Mrs. Jo c o lliiniiiei'i'cr, Manila, a son. Tri Hi-Y Club to Hold First Blytheville Meeting Tri HI-Y, a club for liljjh school fili-ls, will have its first. meoL'tv at the Y n.l the city Hall tonight at 1 o'clock. Based on (.he Y triangle, «i)ldi mind, and body, the cluh is' <!->- slgiied to produce an all round development of character, social features and physical and intellectual Ideals. The purpose of the ornarl- •/.nllon is to create, inafntnlii and ay- lend throughout the school <md community high standards of Chr's- lian cliarsntcr. , Any Bill of hi K h school age lnu-r- I listed In the hlj-h Ideals of the ciiil) | is Invited to become a charter raem- I her of the group, It was aiin'iiinr-i-d ! today by Mlssf Alice Kalihn, staff i advisor, and Miss Hefty lloyd I ir- j iillv advisor. Coming Eyentt THURSUA Y Alpha Al|)ha Chapter of licta Kiiiii Phi will meet at, the club I loom. FRIDAY ; Chapter. N. PEO Sisterhood will t mcr-i at. I p.m. willl Mrs rei . nlcl . - !iiiB!:>ncl with Mrs. Alvin Huffman' Jr.. co-hostess. | Mrs. Ivjiidennle Fowler will PII- • U-iliiiu tne c. B. c. Rook Club. ' I Dorms Class, llist Bap'iu Olmidi. w iu meKl a( , '„„, ,.,;,„.;,;, I' 1 , m. THURSDAY, DECEMBER D, IMG P. Wright, nhd Mrs. Cecil Shane spent Tuesday In Memphis William Byrd and. James' Nobtm', of Ark-Mo Power Co., are In Tuls.i Okla., where they are attcndi-iK a public utilities' convention Luxora Mrs. T. D. wilkliis and Mrs T L Stanford entcnaiucd with a dessert bridge" in the Stanford home Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs Ocorii" Cullls of Jefferson city. Mo At the end of tile b:idgc games Mrs Hays CJenvnn of Memphis held high score and Mrs. H. W. Nichols of Anno-' rol held low. Mrs. Callis was nre- sentcil a jjucsl prize. ' , Mrs. Ruby Beasley and Mrs Wal- 'ter Hardin of Lexii, e ton Tcim and John Stanford and Henry Stanford of Tulsa, Okla., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. a. W. Stanford Mr rehllv1s" S ' S ' MOffcU a '"' M W Mrs. Charles Howard and children have returned from will' Mrs. Howard's u visit parents M' reading of the poem. "The Other Woman al the Nativity", hy M.-s. P."G. Reichel, president . .Plans were made by the seven rnoirbjrs present to make Christmas OPXCS for the Sunday School r.hildrcn nnd also to SDIHI "cheer' bo.scs to church members who a.'J ill. The meeting was adjourned with the Lord's. Prayer. Hefresli- me.'Us were served, Mrs. Taylor Entertains Tuesday Bridge Club 'Mrs. Jesse Taylor was hostess this week to the Tuesday .Bridge CJui .and-a guest. Mrs. R. C. Parr. Mrs. Doyle Henderson won high score^iml Mrs.-Max B: Reid, second A_sa!nd plate' 1 was served after the tames... . Cluiolcr met. at the Hotel Noolu I mommy conduced Coloniel Room of Tuesday iilyliL for lushicss session. •Miss Rose Sailua meellnij durinb' which plans were discussed and made for >.iislribut-' ing cf Clirlstmns bnskets to needy' families. Aliss Kathryn Walil, progi-am chninnan, was In charge of the- proaram, nslni; the subject "Personality and Character" to co.itiuci. " round table discussion. Refresn- tniMils were .served. Monthly. Dance Cancelled Tin- 20th • Genuiry Club will not have a dunce during the month 01 December, it was announced today by. Mrs. Gilbert Hammock secretary-treasurer. Baplisl YWA Prcscnls Foreigti Mission Program Dressed in (In: costume of the country thi", ivprcscntcd, members of the Yoiintr Wcimcirs Assuci; - 311 of First Biiiuiijt Church, presented a projpun . Mundny nlgliL on the countries covered in the forciyn missionary field, when they met at the church, L!jjhl Ironi candles In Mm room reflected on u map showing the world with its doors open to Uie missionary vvoik.' After Ihe \r,rm mission p:ognim the was dismissed with prnyci. Home Demonstration Club Meets at Yarbrq Ynrbro Home Demonstration Club I met last Tuesday at the home of Mrs nnve Abbott with Mrs Walter Unrncs, co-liostess. Tlin i'o members opened the meet mi: by sinking "Silent Night" mid "Give Thanks Unto God " The • 'ovotioiml was ijlyen by Mrs kJlza Wheeler and a poem was read by Mrs. Barnes. Mrs. Alnert Hollings- Bits of News Petiotta.1 Lottie group Dr. I. R. Johnson has returned to Memphis to undei-/j continued treatment at the Baptist, Hospital after having been allowed lo come, home for several days. He first went to the hospital about 10 days ago. after becoming m. Dr. .J. E.Nicnsiey was called to Meridian, Miss., today because ot the illness of. his sister, Mrs. Km Hall, ihe former Miss Maude Alice of Steele, Mo. 13i:i;ng the businc were made for a Christmas I to b; held Dec. 17. at the. home or Mrs. Heib-jil Mulllns. Mjs, Ernest I'Vench was winner in » game'con- test, conducted during the meeting. Relreshinenls were served durinv tin; social hour. • i' . the hostess. Meetings , Chickasawaba Lodge. No. i r. and A, M.. will have :i nions meutiiiy lonlshi .a 7:30 o'clock. All members r.r e rc- qiiestetl I,, attend with an invita- Masons, it was if. Aiken, wor- Mrs. Newman Hosless lo friendship Class l-'ricnd.shlp Class of First IJnptist! ' sr c, y r N^rx'^'i.,^ y <"»^ter \y; ns H OI ,o rs ess session. The meeting was -. ---C, with prayer by Mrs. Charles Evans and Ihe devotional was led by Mis. ;\Sary Woolen. Alter reports were received froinjvillc family, already . P '". c . crs .. 1'efreshmcnl.s were >.crv- svSnniiij; honors for hi? .story of the fit si | Mrs. James B. Clark has rcturne 11-0111 Morganville, Ky., where shu >ss session jjlnns, has been visiting with relatives and 3hrislmas partvi in" (luring the ThanLs^iviim -••'•-• - hoiiilays. Mrs. G. J. walker- has returned from Forrest city, where vhc lias . s am, Mrs, John Martin, in Ca'ruth- ersvlllc. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. George Callis and three children are visiting Mr Cal- ''' " llrt Ml ' Sl Mrs. Hays Cowan and children spent rimrsday and Friday with Brown W '"'' S m0t " er ' Ml ' s ' ^ lle Mr. and Mrs. Willie Howard Had : is their guest for the Thanksgiving hohdays their daughter, Mrs Charles Ramey. and Mr. Ramey of onic'iigo. ' Miss Sarah Langston has returned to William Wood College after spending Thanksgiving wlu , ,, er MX »•£• C ^'"Sstoii. and sister. Miss Bilhc Langston. Mrs. Nonye Haynes visited her son. William Haynes, and Mrs Havnes in West Memphu. over the wcc^v end. Calvert has as er, Mrs. R. Kemr>, at Olmstead, Ky. Mrs. Avis Crawford spent the Thanksgiving holidays with her friend, Mrs. Frances Kennedy, in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Spicer and sons, Billy, Ricbard and Bobby visited Mr. Splccr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Spicer in West Memphis Thursday. Paper Mills to Q/pse Because of Coal Strike MOBILE, Ala., Dec. 5, (U.P)'_ An official of th e International Paper Company said today that ••some" of the company's eig'at Southern Kraft paper mill's probably would close within '.wo days afte, Uic freight embargo becomes effective. One plant. Is located in Carnden. Ark. Wyoming today has 20/U2 recorded cattle brands. It /ecordcu its greatest number'of brands ir 1934. when it had 24.118. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Martant Deen Smith, Owatt l*t Nat'l Bank Bide. Phone tt) Miss Christine her n i:n. sn;n- Han, In Photography Contest Russitll T. KniU Jr.. two nn.l a half-year-old member of a Blytlis- has started , -- — ' good looks. •leddie," as he is known, .won top honors in the recent photo'- urniililc conlesl al Little Rock, \Mr- licluntcd in by several hundred children, one In 12 years of Hi;iv"l ' Personality HIM chai-tn, rcvo.iled m Ihe photograph, were fnciors which caused him to win first mir^ il was announced. ,' Grandson of Mrs. r, M ICrulz and the late Mr. Krulsi. he and his u guests for Thanksgiving dinner ici pr.rei)t«, Mr. and Mrs. E M Mrs' C Geor M ". !kCd T '' Ce ' her a " nts ' Mrs. R. .A. Jackson and 'sons^Rob•"• m-M^r '''" ° f Whllto ». »"<! _Mi6S Catherine Tennyson of Memphis spent 'nuirsday with her Mrs. M. Emde is visiting in st Louis with her mother and o.lmr rclalives. Mrs. Monroe Grain and son, .Mack, are .spending tli c weekend ir. Memphis. Mrs. Oscar Fendler and son, T paronl.s, Mr. and Russell T. Knit-/, now reside in Llllle Rock but formerly lived here. PERMANENTS Oil of Tulipwood $8.5Q 'Marceliina Crenie ..........JR.SO FOR CHRISTMAS Iltvlon Glfl Sets llclcne Curds Cold Waves Hermetic Cosmetics The Beauty Bar 'Phone 8202 Glencoe Holnl No ""j^^T. he "taJt« his eisc"...veni<:a!ly T eu 0 "' iuS^ 1 W ^* CO ™ e th * S T'* lnd coi'fon, the ^ . AUortgtiUr dKisnrlei.for men and boys SHOE S in St. Phone EVANS GROCERY MARKET Phone 2597 211 South First Street Mr. Barney Clement, formerly with City Super Market, is now in charge or our Market. Potatoes, U. S. No, 1 .. 10 Lbs. 350 iMcrrimac !'; LI). Can Dt'lmonte Itcd Snckcyc. 1 IJi. (';in 37 24 CCCOAIWT JELLO PUDDING SWEET PICKLES Pure White. J'hij. Whole Hi. Of. 8 «RRY SAUCE .... .No. 2 can 36^ SOAP ' tluarl Hij; Jim -iCc Hiir 13 Hit; Jim QQc •>>/! I,h. 00 14 JELLY _ CHILI SAITCE PRESERVES , STRAVVHKIUtY 2(i O/.. Can O/.. Hot. ISlacklierry uro. l(i O 36 21 64 .POST TENS [TCMATCES ' f ;r »>«r .2can 170 Ap.Sauce No.Zean'tJr 16 f ;r »l>«rniit. .liu-k Sprat •> No . 2 Oms 1 '°"" 1 ;;; .t'l,,?"" 25- ICE CREAM MIX '"f 32 BLftCK EYE PEAS ^, BUTTER BEANS PEARS I,a ... Dry U). In Heavy Syrup BLACK PIPPW & 'k' s < .Mothers Quick or Hejf. »..- JUICE 4r 37' Van . in Tomato No. ? Can CREAM STYLE CORN SHRED. WHEAT tr 15 Tendersweet White No. 2 Con Amorican. Swiff's 34. ?:j lironkfield. f LUs, 1 CAIICfAC f'lre Pork JO 3HUOHUE .Country. 1,1,. *»« iRADEA VEALCHOPS PURE LAID SHORTENING SPRY S U. Can LU3* Miss Muxine du Sundcy r,. OIn a visjt Xmas Special free Manicure with each PERMANENT or FACIAL from Dec. 9tit through Dec. 21st. Cold s«ft Waves Sll) — Sir, LM 1'ermanen.l ....... Permanent .... u[1 H.OUKU of Shaw SO. (Mi Pncials ............ W Call :t'l02 for Aniioini- ments. Arties Beauty Shop Shopping Days To Christmas It takes only .'{ minutes la open a Charge Account FITZPATRKGK Jewelry Stores Blylheville, Ark. Oscenla, Ark. Kikeslon, Mo. l*araf;ou|il, Ark. Todtjlcr's Wooden ROCKING HORSES WOODS, Your Quality Store has been fortunate to obtain the TUSSY LINE — lo ]>ring you lluil young, young look! ; USSY ' eaill y Preparations The prelliest faces from coast to coast wear flalter- iii^'Tussy :nake-ii|i . . . us<: H\issy creams anil tolions I' Veep llicir skin ilreamy-soft . . . revel in Tussy fragrances. Come in soon ami see nnr array of Tussy beaqly accessories . . . famous Inr iluit j-oini}.', young look! Tucsy CrcaTii Dvoilnrant — IvCMJiil juur r™lmcn au.l .lu tm . SI r.nulsin,-,! €l.-a,i-!iii; Ornin— t tiiiltuis onuillirnl rlcan-L-r. SI W'liirl nn,l Wr.lh.-r I.nlmn- • ll-.vr>Vrii>nfl r. SI Win,| am | Vl>»llirrrrr»iii- nci, Kuinler hjnj licjnnd^r. $1 Tutsy Fort; Pnwtlrr — r,.|.M,l[fly ...fl j,,J IUllriin|. 51 on l, CJ ,,ijf,,|ly. Jl oil prifclptui (IT You'll find that Tussy is. amazingly different . . . every Tussy product is. a product of Quality- handled only by better merchants everywhere! Buy Your Tu$sy at WOODS DRUG STORE RALPH NICHOLS 221 W. Main St. ROY WOODS Phone 507 Continuous Shows Every Day Boi vXfkt OpeiiK J :4» Show SUri^ J-«fl LISTEN TO KLCN /:M *.m. 12:45 pan. «:3» p Thursday and Friday Pararoonnt News ami Selected Short CominuiJus hiiun:n(; Kveryday Office Opana 6:4$ Saturday. ' Opens Sunday 1:M; Starts 1:11 C«nttaM»s Sham, Bat. and SBB. Bunin Nlfhi Erery Nl(hi Exec* N» passea honoreO on BxsAay at tlM Thursday nnd Friday Hsat-iwm-mim- : »2S^ -. eeowesttTS" i . •" • .- »M>TlVILUMIKn«I S«l«e(«l Short Subjects

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