The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 9, 1946
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PACT TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Betsy BUcJunan Weds George ;Barne« Crook Mr.'. aB'd "ilis. VViUiam Edwar< Buchamm- announce' the marruge of thfif daughter, Miss Beliy Bu Buchotjkij, ,, to George Barne Crook, - con of Mis James E CroolT&na the late Mr. crook Thevi'ceffmoriy. was solemnized Saturday -night, 8 o'clock al home of thjTRev.* E.' C. Brown, of Fl'isi Baptist Church. Monbers of the Iwo families were present /or the exchanging of vows. Miss Joyce Walls served the bride ns maid of honor and L. a Thompson Jr., yias best n>an. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore n blue wool frock fashioned with three-quarter length sleeves gathered below the olbov.'. Black accessories and a corsage of red roses completed der costume. Miss Walls wore n yellow -.vooi frock with brown accessories and a corsage of gardenias. The bride, and bridegroom Is mothers wore corsages of pink carnations. _Mrs. Crook was graduated from ulylhevlllc High School and was connected with the local Office 01 Price Administration for several years, she is n member of Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma I'm Sorority find also participates m musical activities. She now is connected with I he General coittr«<:t Purchase Corixjration. Mr. Crook was graduated lion- Blythevillc High School and was connected with local drug store „ before enlisting iii [he Army Mem- cal Corps. In which he served for three and a half years. After a year and a half service in the Pacific Theater he was discharged and returned here to become co- owner of Barney's Drug Store. He is a member of .the Junior chamber of commerce,' Mr. and Mrs. Crook will mulie their home nt 1131 West Walnut. • ': • • '• Parties To Compliment Miss .Nancy Kirshner Social -affairs to, honor Miss Nancy KlfSlihOr, daughter or Mr. nut! Mrs. R.,F.. Kirshner, bride elect of Petty -pflicer Oily A. Trlsler of Shicvojjort, ;La., pi-lm- to their np- proacHms-.inarringc, Dec. 15, will Include- several iwrljcs this week.. Miss^Kirsiin'ei-.^wiil be : guest of honor 'st-tlie. La., tfueve Club Tuesday night/when Mrs. Steven Thurston \x!!E-enlertaln at hstf home. She ^UJ,~£hare honors with Miss Mnrgawt ShavwvJbride elect of Joe p ri'le-Sg.,Spn-;.|hpy';wlll' be com- ))limenti»ij-,T)iuhsitoy nigi,[ with n •lesscrtvbfidgc" to be given, by Mrs. John (fe^McHnfieylvMrs.' Clarence ;L Wilsons-Mrs, c. G. BHt.ier ano Mlss^Prances McHancy- at th» Wilson-Bitttier- home. Mrs. Wallace Hoke and Mrs. Robert A. Porter, will entertain Satin day -morning for Miss Kirsh- Daughter Born Today To Capt. and Mrs. Grimes . A daughter was born this morning at Panama City Hospital. Canal Zone, .16, .Capt. D ,,t| Mrs. R z primes. Their first child, she has been named Dale Lee. Mrs. Grimes is- the former Miss Mary Helen Moore, daughter of Or and Mis.^ H. Moore. Clouses^Have Daughter Dr. a'ti<T Mrs. John Edd Clonse of Cambridge. Mass.. have " an" ou " c ,^'}^ birt " of " daughter in City Hospital in Cambridge on prc. 7i Mrs.^clouse is the dau B h- * • .» Stranded Jewish Refugees Get Food from the Skies JERUSALEM Dec. 9. (UP)-Roval I ftufff = CC , bo , mb(:rs trapped food- 1 stuffs and other necessities today' Xnjas Special free Manicure with each PERMANENT Hair Ser or FACIAL from Dec. 9th through Dec. 21st. Cold « " x - . S10 — $15 "'20 Croqaignoie §» Permanent V up Machineless $|«.50 Permanent 0 up House of Shaw S«0(i Facials O Call 3302 for" ABpoinl- •i«n(s. Arties BeMty Shop Miss Shaver Announces Wedding Date, Parties Miss Margaret'Shaver, whose i-n- gagoinent lo Jowjih p. Hrlrte Jr.. wns cnnouiiccd Friday, !G itmkl.i^ Plans for licr niniTlago as iiuiny hostesses niinouncc parlies (or vlio Uride-clctt. Date of the wedding tins been si't for Saturday, Dee. ^8. Beranse tif the of her fatlier, W. W. Sliavcr. the rcrcinony- will l>e solemnized nl Hie Shavert' subm-biui lioinc willi only mr-nilxi-.s or thr> r Ttnilj' jjresent. First ot the pintles was yesterday afternoon when Miss Frances I,!UU- entcrtrtlned 16 guests at her lionie. Mrs. Joseiih P. Pride, mollier of the bridegiooni-elecL. and Mis. a, j, Cohen will entertain tomorrow ni«!u wltli a supper brUlgc at HIP Pride ionic for 1C fne.sts. Miss Nancy Kirshner, nnoi.lii.-r >rlde-elecl, will slinrc honors vllh Wlss Shaver at n dessert hrkU;e Tliursdny night when Mrs. Clarence t, Wilson, Mrs. John C. Mcl!iin»y Mrs. C. O. Biltner and Miss Frances •IcHaney entci-tuln at the Wllion- 31tlner home. There nre to hi- clclii nbles ol yuefiLs. Mrs. Hobeit A. Porter and M;-s Oscar Pendlcr will entertain llu-eo ables of players wllh n (lessor!, irldKc Friday afternoon at the Pendlcr home, A sherry |>.irly Is to be given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Samuel P. Morris, cousin of Mr. Prltle, wli-n Biicsts will bo Die DcKn De)t;i IJeltji Club and Double O Club, of which Miss Shaver Is a member, along with members of the families. Mrs. Wlllard II. Pease will entertain 1C guests with u coca-cola i>nrly next Monday morning. Hotel Noble will be the soU[p. e for a dessert bridge Ttiesdny ul^ht Dec. n. when Mrs. v. Q. Hollnivl. MiV Sanford Uoone. Mrs. Wilson Henry. Mrs. W. A. I.OIHJ" and Mrs. J. J. Fiiynnt entertain live Inblpi of yucats. A supper party is In be ulvi-n Wednesday, Dec. 1», by Mrs. Albert Taylor when micsis wilt be members or the Double Cl Ui-ltlue Club. Clirl.slmas week also will be 'crowded with parties with Mr. ond Mrs. Max Usrey Jr.. to entertain with u dlnnor party at Hotel Maulc for Miss Shaver and her nance. Mr. Pride, now In Marlamm on un eiiBineerlnu contract,, also v.l|| l)C hera for the Christmas Eve purly lo be (siven by his sister. Mrs. C1U- ford Connclllc, -and Mr. Councille A dinner party will be 4-lver, Thwrsdny. Dec. 21. by Mr. and Mrs Blan S. Heath and Mrs. Kavamuuh Francis of Tuscaloosa, Ala a 1 Ihe Heath home. Friends whn cxteiid.etl best wishes to !the bride-elect at ( -.iyiLsji. ! jlitll6's party .were .enterlalnc'd (ji "the m. ties' living and music rooms. Red roses and poinsettins nildccl coior to both rooms and a brldtl table had for Its cenlci-picce, u min-' iatnre red-headed bride and bridegroom, surrounded wllh greenery. The decorated cake, served with beverages and nuts, also had a niln- Uiture bridal couple for atlornm-rt The hostess was assisted by her mother. Mrs. Tom A. Little. Miss Slmvcr was presented a sil- bt'r compote by the hostess. Included in the guosus was Mis John Loy Bishop, late of Memphis, the former Miss Virginia Martin of nell. to some EDO Jowls refugees marooned on the liny Dodecanese Island of Cyreno where their shin ran aground. Crewmen of Halifax bombers said when they returned lo their Lyddo base that they saw the stranded Jews waving to them as the four planes circled overheat!, dropping supplies. Sonic of Dip bundles were carried out over the waler bv strong winds November Bride ,,„„ . _ , - — Head Co Ur | er News Wnnt Mrs. i.i-ioy French was before U'r inn) rinse Nov. 22, Miss Wai , :t Norton, (hitiBhler of M,-. s , , virile Noiton. Mr. uncl Mrs. Fri-ncli i-nw • At The Hospitafj; Hlythi-vlllc Hospital Admitted: Mis. Murray Ca|icrton. PasJoln M-J. Ocoi'ec S|)aeUi. city. Curl Aslln. Wnshouisnl, Wash. C. R. MncUlox, city. K. G. Crockett. DceriiiB, Mo. Verslc nriley. Manila. James B. Lloyd, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Minie Lee Coiuler, Hnytl Mo, Melun Oootllow, Tyler, Mo. rttissnll Snyiler, city. Mrs. C. J. Hooper, Stcelr. Mo. Walls Hospital Admitted: iJllu Sue Ashley, city, Mr.",. W. S. Cecil, Canithersville, Mo. Mt.s. Joe Isaacs, city. louninii Cuntrell, Tyler. Mo. Mrs. Tom P. Martin. IDell. Baxter GUI Jr.. Dell, Mrs. Harvey Morris, city. Jackie Taylor. Steele, Mo. Jiu-k Lnnu. city. Edna Mite Kimpri, city. Dismissed : Mrs. Ornce McCraiy, city. Jim Crnflon. city. Mrs. Jim Crafton, city. Mrs. Kelly Kcllhley, Cariahere- villc, Mo. Mrs. Mnrshal) W. Canaily and bi»bv. city. -• "~.s. L II. Chafln, cUy. T7.-s51e B:nksdale. city. . \ Howard Johnson, city. J' irfirryj/ Itusjioll. -Mbinila. ri>.. (- Mrs. Ujrlio Sawcll, CJanithrrsvillc, Mo. Memphis 1! \ptist Hospital Aclroittcd: Mrs, J. R, Bombotuski. city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. GrniH Collard. Joiner, a son. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. W. n. Fulghimi, city. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Vcrn Waldron. Wilson. Coming Eventi MONDAY Royal Neighfjors Lodge will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the home or Mrs •I. n. Barksdale on Barfleld Hd TUESDAY cliarlevlox Chapter D. A R for luncheon at Hotel Noble at I'lim with Mr,,. M. O. Usrey and Mrs.'A' Can way hostesses. Mrs Charles digger will enter- ain the Tuesday Club. ui'fi" e »r iay i, BLInco P lllb wl11 me ^ with Mis. H. D. Halford. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham will be hostess to the Wednesday Club. Town and Country club will meet with Mi-s. Cleo Langston. WEDNESDAY Siulbury Parent Teacher's Association will meet nt the school al •I p.m. preceded by executive board meeting at 2:3<> p.m. Chapter D, PEO Sisterhood will meet at the home of Mrs J A l/M-ch for a Christmas partv al I p.m. THURSDAY Phcbann Sunday School Class ol BnptlsL Church will havo n .soc-ni! T)Hir.stlay niglu at the home of Mrs. H. C. Dlnnkenshlj) Circle ono or First Presbyterian Woman's Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. Zul Harrison nt 8 p.m. for a Christinas party. , < Mrs. M. O. Usrey will entertain the Midweek Club. Mrs. E. H. Lancashire will be hostess to the Thursday Contract Mrs, James Hill Jr. w i|| entertain the Octette Club. Mrs. Boyro Moore will h-> Hostess to the a. N. n. Club. Color lo offset the dralmess of a iny dty Is uffordcd in" the plu(4 incoil. new full yviinj; back, with illciicU cuffs, ehown above as pic- tiircil In (lie November luu* «I Good Housekeeping mafizlnf. a visit of several weeks with her inniher. Mrs. D. O Moore ami family. Miss Moore Is recuperating fi -, m mi appendectomy she recently iin- clnnvenL at Iho Uaollst Hospital. Mrs. James E. Tiiompioii is rc- cii])ernttn B at the home of her pnr- enLs, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Hawkins lifter a recent major operation aC Walls Hospital. C. n Miitlilox is iindergohiE trnitiiK-nl nt -Blythevillc Hospital lor "in inlection or the hitnd Lieut. Canulr. .loim Lov Bishop wtitl Mrs. Bishop, lale of Memphis have arrived to be here until after the holidays. They arc guests of Mrs. Bishop's paienls, Mr. and Mrs Tom P. Mnrtin. ut their Dell hofiie Commander Bishop has been stationed in M?mphis with the Navy Mrs. Torn P. Martin is undergoing treatment at Walls Hospital tor an arthritis condition Mr. ami Mrs, Robert ,A. Porter had as their guests for the weekend. Mr. Porter's parents. Mr and Mrs. James p. porter of Winrield. AI'l. 4 Mrs. Joe Isaacs is undergoing mm trie treatment nt Walls Hospi- tnl. Her condition is satisfactory^ , Mrs. Harvey Morris, 'ill of-a 1 severe coltl, .h unclergolng treat-' ment--'. n ml. observation at Walls Hospital. She l s expected to ret-ini o he,- home in Uiree days. Nehru Ready to Offer Resignation in India NKW DBLHl, Dee, 3. <Ut>> HelhtiJlo sources said that Pandit Jiilmwarlol Nehni. congress ]>ariy leadnr .liucl offered lo resign as vice- president or the viceroy's executive emincil becmise of failure or the 1,'jiuluM Conlorence on India. Tin 1 Indian constituent assembly convened without rcpresenlation ol the Moslem league to write a sclf- 1,-ovfjrnment charter for India. Nehru was reported to have said at si /uerline at the congress «'ork- Ing committee that his trip to [/>ndun was a failure and his decision to attend, ugiiliut the iinani- mous advice of liis rolcagiics, was a -blunder." Fritzie Zivic to Meet B. Button in Memphis MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 9 (UP) — I'Virmer Welterweight Champion Pritzic Zivlc. of Pittsburgh, and li: l)by Britlon yesterday completed their training for tomorrow night's ID-ruimd fcaiiire bout at Ullis Au- diutrium. Bits of News Mostly Mrs. J. J. Hargolt is recuperating at her iiomc. Oil West ChicUn- sawba, after inulcrgiing a major Molhodist Kosp:tn;_ i;er condition is satisfactory. Miss Mary Tucker Moore, n .sui- itent nt Memphis Baptist Hosniial School ()[ N>lrslng hns „,.,., V0( , R , r (t won't be long now! If you need PRINTING JAN. 1st is almost here order it today • Letterheads • Envelopes • Statements • Invoices - Order Books • Check Books • Business Cards In Fact, We Print Almost Any Kinf of form for Office or Shop You'll Like Our Service Samuel F. Norris Formerly Acton's Across the Street From City Hall PERMANENTS Oil «f Tulipwontl sj. 5 3 Mareellina Crtme SUM FOR CHRISTMAS Kcvlon Gift Sets HpJene Curtis fold ivaves Hermetic Cosmetics The Beauty Bar Phone 3202 Gloncoc Hol-.-l Chopping Days To Christmas II takes only :( minutes to open a Charge Account FITZPATRICK Jewelry Stores Blytheville, Ark. Osrrnla, ArU. Sikeston, Mo I'aruconlil, Ark. Kenwmber-K Takes (hil.v X Minutes lo «p»n a Charge Account at Fitzpafrick Jewelry Slores W.YTHEYIU,E, ARK. Osceola, Ark. Sll<«lon, Ma. Pararould, Ark. Appeal Delays Election On Liquor Referendum JONESBORO, Ark., Dec. S—(UI'I —HcnrhiK on an appeal from an order calling for a local opinion election Dec. IB to vote on sale of Intoxicating liquors in jonesboro ant! Caraway, will be held in poln- sell Circuit court today. The original order wns Issued by the CrnlB- ead county court. The appeal heforo Judge Walter illoiisjh aiitomalically stays the (late of Hie'election, 'Ahieh'will be re-sot If [he decision o f tin- lower court is afrinne<l. Lo?t River, near Bowling CJrcen, IF YOU NEED— Walk In Boxes Dry Coolers Ice Cream Boxes or Any Heavy Refrigerator fur Immediate Delivery CALL Steelc 17F22 DIXIELAND SERVICE KLI.7S I'OOI.K, Owner & .1f,; r . Ilifihwiiy Cl North at HOLLAND, MO. MONDAY, DECEMBRR 9, 1940 Ky., Is only loo feet long, and Its) depth Is more than one-half Its length. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Marfirel D«n Smith. Owner 1st N'at'l Bank Bldt. Phone U74 HEADACHY? STUFFY-NOSED? EXHAUSTED FROM COUGHING DUE TO K COtD? —VV'~V~V\ 666 SNAPS NTO ACflON (STARTS RELieVlNGi ( 6 COLD MISERIES-! (IN JUSr 6 SECONDS!* FAMOUS PRESCRlpfJONTYPE Slarl iiiiji-li l.'li.'f tr:,m hea.l- niin'o'r tliniul i i-rilati'rm' '" » '• '- i-l.iiit-a<Mi«!i 6M1- Cu.illun: Tnki- only J» ilirrcti-il. COLD PREPARATIONS Tablets or Liquid •I'lLk, Jlirkll/K. J "* ; >^,,O &&& 'm for women who care... The importance of any social oec-iision dcmiinds that you look your . . . ytiti nalurally waul to look Hint way! So, don't let unsightly (nl li-ivc 'its way with you — niiiku an appointIT>,<MU, with us .'<»• our sen'us of f ; >{ romovini; 'treatments, you'll fuel yoiivs yoiniKcr and look butler. does it! Groducing CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP 311 No. Second St. Phone 2592 JF BACK ACHES DUE TO KIDNEYS flush Them Out This Doctor's Way • If excess acidity of your motor, yovr back f.cli« so you groan . «, v ' ol : Set up 3 or 4 times a iil B ht to pass water now be of itocxl cheer. ' Three gem-rations ago a famous doctor noticed thav Inmdmla of hi, ,,-MH-MS i mi | this backache. He developed u medicine mode of exaclly the riijlit amount of 16 herbs, roots, vegetable*, bohmmj — truly Nature's own way lo relief. Now millions huve vised it. The mr<ll. cine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root In'. stonily you take it, it starts to work flushing out those excess acids ilmt n,. iy be causing your backache . . . iiureujinV the How of urine to help ensc Diet buminu sensation when yi,u p;<ss water , . . jmd bladder irritation that makes you'get uo nighl.-i. Caution: tnl:e us directed, you'll Buy its really marvelous. ^ For free trial supply, send to DciH W ' Kilmer Be Co.. Inc.. Box 1255, Stainfmd' Conn. Or—get full.sited bottle of Swumo-' Koot today ot your druyMorc, Toddler's Wooden ROCKING HORSES $3.95 Continuous Shows Every Day Boi Office Opriu I :<i Show St«r'./» 2-*n I.IBTEN TO KI,CM a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:31 p n L;isf, Time Today Yoimg Widow ivilh Jane Itirsscll anil I.miis Hnyv.-:iril Parannmnt News ai-fr Sctirtwl Short C'ontitiuous Showing I'.vprytlay Tuesday *»< M-G-M liciun Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing h GIVE GIVE no Honeysuckle captures the exotic scenr of honeysuckle blossoms.- It lingers ami lingers ... so alluringly.- Cologne, Dusting Powder, Bath Oil and Soap . . . ia gay gifr boxes. "HONEYSUCKIE". . . Dustifljf P.}« Cologne m A OIFI AT 3.25* • mis TAX WOODS DRUG STORE RAT.PH NICHOLS 221 W. Afain St. SAIIS ROY WOODS Phone 507 , FHItADIlPHIA * B«T Office Opens B:*5 Balnrday. Op«» Sunday I:M; surts Ijil ConUnnon Shows Bat. and BUB. BarfaUi Nljht livery Nljhi Except t>f» fmmutm annured au anndjLy »| the HOXT. Last Time Today CONFLICT \vtth irnniphrc.v Uosart and ,\lc\is Smith Foi News anil Sclcctct! Short) Tuesday and Wednesday ' DOUBLE FEATURE EDWARD G. ROBINSON -JOAN BENNETT, JOHN WAYNE .^ANTHOHY QUINNj BOND!. FR ANQUEll 1- STRONft' •^•^nhv^f^KDWIfrruoTt «T -""WNlJi fa.H. n^ ,,,„ i "i\t';;v»X-"'' 11 *

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