The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1947 · Page 2
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December Bride m,\'TnKVIU,K (ARK.) COUH1EU NEWS -ouii today. The Lout' islund society woman, former contjresswoman, clmta'.'d :hnt Consul General Ynkov I.omr-- klh had failed to live up to im agreement to make city-ordered chanuos In elevators In the Hous'j and as a result the city lias taken uctimi uenlnst her. T»ar'»*--Eve :>har&> its dance . jp(>yln$~«pc)i meinbet couple invite a couple, had 125 present Ll -- "M iw (the dance at Hotel The"ca'b»ret aaalf «a's in the Irror Room with James Teny, esidfnt, end Edgai Boiuin, secie- ry and treasurer, sen ing as hosts id Mrs* Terry and Mrs « Bo,rum . - . - decorations added to e room with large shined bilK id multi-colored lights suspended am (he celling The gay crovd enjojed d.inclng id extending of best wishes foi e New Yeai \Uth b>lr)button of uvenirs nl midnight .adding to e occasion. head bands \\lth cut let- Irs of 'Happy New Yenr • and d noise makers ,»ere given a s einentos , ' ( Cut of tq«,i guests Included Mi id i Mrs Crawford M Noble ot Jil Beacli ria, DI mid Mrs i. Oxman. of. Mlllbroofc N j and Mrs Godfrey While 'of iola and Miss Allyee Nelson of lUas, Texas i *" * F ary Jo Hall Hostess 3;Cocktail Party Mjss Mary Jo Hall Invlterl 30 leads to be her guests last night ir a cocktail party'as they wateh- t.'JSW depart and welcomed the evv year I ,The affair was at, the, home 'of' er '.parents, Mr and MTs.-'A. Q. all; with three rooms: thrown >SJ> for tlie occasion Trie refresliment table. In the nlng room, had for Its center-', ece a costal' boVl of red tier-1 es t and greenery, flanked with pel,tapers, and' potttd, ipo'!nse£i!as : ere in the livln*.and! sUn rooms,' here candles also glowed for a ecprative effect. ,, ' Tee hostess was assisted-by her ster, Mrs Jamea Lee Brooka id" Mrs. Virginia Smith.'- ->••> Won Member Pleads riffffy to "Violence Abundance of Nylon to Bring Happier New Year for the Girls ' Mrs. SETTLE E ROCK, Ark , Jan. 1. — UB) — Free n« R one-year sii- lended sentence today was Bishop ackson. one of five CIO members idlcted by a Pulaskl Grand Jury i connection with violence at the iouthem cotton oil Company's lafct here in December of 1945. jTpckson had pleaded gut'ty to the . Spring Bouquet Herren-Trammell Rites Are Announced Here Mr. ami Mrs. Puul Trummell announce the inim-Inge of their daughter, Miss Ruby 'Trammel), lo towel) Hermi, .-^on of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hrrren of Parngould nml Memphis. • The wedding was solemnized Dec. 12 in Parngould at the home of the Hev. J. W. Kurd, pastor of tlie Church of Christ. The bride wore a blue wool crepe suit, with black accessories and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Hei-ron was graduated from Dell Hie') School and bookkeeper for Ben Frnnklii-, Store In Blytheville. before going to Memphis where she has been connected with the Universal- Film Exchange. Mr. Herrcn attended I'aragonld High school and is now employed by the Standard parts Corporation in Memphis where they will make theh home at 084 North Seventh. BV ALICIA IIAltl' NKA Staff Writer Happiest Forecast for the New Year for many women is the promise or u real nylon slocking wardrobe for which they can «gnln exercise selective choice in shades and degrees of sheerness. The return of colj.vebby nylons makes li possible, say.s one slock- .stylist, (o build u wardrobe around two types of hosiery. One would be 11 slockinij lor dress wear or such wispy sheet-ness trml you can read line print through it. This Ls the is- 0 )- 20-clenicr nylon. The other wardrobe contender would be n heavier sheer lor day- lime needs. The weight Mif^sleil Is a 30-denler nylon. The third addition to a slocking wardrobe, if you're vi-ry, very correct, anil stockinet: nre that plentiful, 'Aould I>L> u heavier 40-denlor lor war u'llh brown's oj- cither conntry-colng slioesi In_ cliotUilng slocking shudes, one inaiiufuuturer advises Hgalnsl luda- Inn "In the hand" buL suKSii-sl:; that tones "be vlsuuh/ed on the leg. whore color diluted by p,,li. skin underneath, becomes scvcnil «)i;t(les llKhter. This pnrtlculur maker promises darker (,iay tones and deeper tiili|ie and tawny shade;; lo put an end lo p.il,. washed-out looking ]e(js. Hack with a promise of better fll. due to a new patented hod mxl lo<> construction, m-c .seiimless sinck- i«ss for the connoisseur whose nice leus arc a point of pride. If i^^ .ivc tibte to Improve symmclry have back seams ami line details O t fashioning. For evening filamor, the shcuresl WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ], 10i7 T Strawberries on Jan. 1 In Independence, La. INDEPENDENCE, La., Jim. 1. <VP>—Isocul le.rmees today had brought in Hie season's first crulc of Mnuv berries, which was sold promptly to a -New Orleans company at nn undisclosed price. Mayor Charles Blnagra, manager "I the Farmer's Co-Operative Assn. here, suiil ihn berries were of excellent quality. Sinagra pointed out ihat a was ihe first c . r!Ue picked In December In the mem- ")>• of many local farmers Head Courier Newr, Wan!, Ads. Presbyterians To Restore Old Dwight Mission RUSS'KLLVILLE, Ark., jnn. i — (Ui'> -- Restoration O f ihe old Dwlgia Mission near here will be undertaken by the Presbyterian churches of Arkansas, It was announced today. The mission i s to be restored as a shrine to one of the first Pro- tfstimt chui-cJi schools west of the Mississippi River, established In 820 by the Hev. Mr. CcplHis Washtmrn. The mission was set up as :i church school for the Cherokee Indians who inhabited Arkansas, u was moved to Oklahoma "bout Ihe tlule A: .j, BnSas ,. niittecl lo the union. Virginian, Crew Member Of Crashed Airliner, Dies SHANNON. Eire, Jan i ,ijr,,_ _UiiU)cjMllll of Ale.xnn(lri.i,'v.'i."ra- dio officer of tlie mcutea TWA oiv- liner star of Cairo, died today of his Injuries, raising to 13 the ilcnlli toll of crash near Shannon Alrw-t Saturday. Hill died at the Emits County Infirmary, where he had been In critical condition since he was removed from the wreckage. His father, wu- mer p. mil O f Alexandria, Va reached here by ah- from thj- United States last nlgln aiid staye.l at his son's side until he died . Blytheville's Baby Headquarters! Deeper sli;ulr.s null sheerer wi'lflifs of hoileiy. such as movie star Marguerite Chapman wears, above, are promised lor sprinir \rardrobi-s. slocking that \v:is ever made Is back -,\lth 11 sandal fool. That means no riiliifoi-ccmcnL at heel or •toe, which means in turn that feet exposed by (.ppln.s.s shoos | () <,k al- inuel bare. At The Hospitals lilytheville llmpllal Admitted: Q. T. aprayberry, city. Born to Mi-, and Mrs. Davrn Rlley Adams, city, a daughter this morning. Dismissed: Clarence Howard, clly. Lee Twllla, city. W. B. Thompson, city. Mrs. B. J. Allen, city. Walts Hospital Admitted: ' -• :• <Ruth Tlsdale, Sikestoh. Mo. Marshall Blackard. city. Br.-nda Alene McCunn, Mani'a. Dismissed: Mrs. Dalion C, Powlston and baby, city. Jackie Halstead. stecle, Mo, Jolin Rogers, city. Mrs. E. L. Farmer. Steele, Mo. Jimmy Simmon's,.! Dell.. i.Mfmphls Bapllst l!a<ipi(at Admitted: II. M. Swift. Osccolii. enter- her Cominu r-.v»nt» THURSDAY Mrs. Neville -Blakcmoie |tainlng Jolly Eight Olub home. Mrs. Rodney I>. Bnnlster entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Louis Zellner entertaining ONB Club. ; FRIDAY Dorcns Sunday School class, First Baptist cluirch, meeting at church 2:30 p. m.. for soda! meeting. Cliapter N, p. E. o. meetlnfr with Mrs. O. M. Smart. 2 p.m. C.B.C. Olub meeting n lth Mrs. Alvln Hardy. Shown at a : recent Coral Gables, Pla , spring fashion parade was tjiis novel nh:le sailor designed by Lenesta It feitures a huge posy of plaid and gingham flowers in front. charges. 1 He testified as a state's witness In the trial of three Negroes Who j were later found guilty of en- I crcachlng upon Arkansas' nnti- . violence statute in connection with . the "frccdoni-to-work" law! The Negroes—Jesse Bean. Louis i Jones and Roy Cole—drew onc- lyear prison sentences. NEW j BEAUTY J FOR YOU! There s i o reason why you tant hate that peaches >nd cream appcaiaiir:!. JVIiy not try c-<> of our Tamous Luzler facials this Week they re tl« key to new beauty for you! We Feature LUZIER COSMETICS Beauty Clinic Phone 3274 Bits of News Mr. niul Mrs. Jerry Poe uiul son roturnocl lute ycstcrdiiy from Bprlngflnhl, Mo., where they visited relntlvc.s for » purt ot Hip liolHtnys. Mrs. B. J. Allen, \vho ha.s hoen undergoing treatment nt Blytlic- vllle Hospital severnl rtnys, now is Improved and has been removed lo her home. Marshall Bluckard, 111 several days, .hoH beciii-rcitioveci to Wnlls Hospital'. U wns bQllbvcd tidny pneumonia was developing. Cecil . Purtlc went to Memphis yesterday afternoon for treatment lit the Ear, Eye, Nose mid Tluo.it Hospital lor u blood clot hi his L-yc which developed the day before. He wns accompanied by his mol'.i- er, Mr.f. j. \v. Pmtle, and liia &:s- tcr. Miss 'Delia I'urtle. E. J. Edwards of Kansas Oily. Mo., WRS the weekend guest, hi the homo of his sister, Mrs. Harvey T. Klckl, nnd family. Vlvlim l>nUtM"M>u returned today lo her home In Jnckson, Miss., after having been uucst of her grandmother, Mrs. w. T. Oboist, for the .lOllday season. Jess Homer is attending (o Inis- .ncss In Detroit, Mich. Political Battle Rages For GOP House Position WASHINGTON, .Inn. 1. (Uf'i — Tlu» ont< strongly-contested nice far Ihi! House Republican lloor iRiultM-- slilp buciiine u wnlk-awny for ttcp. Charles A. Hnlleck, of Ind, to;li>y following Lhe vvltlulrnwnl of liep. Olnrcncu J. Drown, Ohio. But Ihe bitterness etiiiciulered during UK? cnni|jfil|;ii for the Im- ponunt jiost lingered on. Drawn was reported to be still angered by what he regarded as maneuver]nu uy )>resldmUi\l-nilnded supporu-v.i uf Oov. Thumns K. Dewey of New Yoi k to round up voles for Ihilleck. Asks Russian's Eviction NEW' yx>RK.'; Jan'!' 1. (UP)suit seeking thi? eviction of ttic Itusslnn consiilulu from a houss owned'by Mrs. Ruth B. IVnlt. C.lr-n Cove. H. Y., wns on flic in F-.-dcml Read Cornier News Want Ads. PERMANENTS Oil ,,r Tullpwnoil J8.50 Marcrlllna (-'mine $8.50 IIoIeiiK Curtis Cold Waves I>crnicllc Ciismclirs The Beauty Bar Phono 3202 Glcncoo Hotel only once a year HALF- PRICE SALE TU Wind & Weather Lotion Vso Iliis silkou Idlion onco an«! vou'll iipvrr In- without it! It M>!VCS so many hc:uily needs. IK-lps prrvnil rlint>|>i n| t. hg|| U proti^-l spnsiiivc skin, soot lies romplraion- dryiii-.vi, softrn; nml smooths !,kin from lii-ml lo liocls. Kvrn iloiil)U-s us a makr-iip h.isc'. (ict yours today wliili- this animal snlo U on! Handy family tenon of iix il.OO batll.i, }3,00 vll prices piui l« WOOD DRUG ST 221 W. Main S(, 666 SNAPS <NTO ACTION i STARTS 6 COLO MISERIES STANDBY OF MILLIONS THROUGHOOT45 yfARS — FAMOUS PRESCRIPTION TYPE Slntl .lui.-k r.ll.-f ri-nrn liracl- ui-iic-^, •viiiirni-iiu" i,u>... mint. I £ln-.u,i irj itali.m. HEADACHY? STUfFY-NOSED? EXHAUSTED! FROM COUGHING DUE TO COW? FROM ALL OF US TO ALL OF YOU - We are deeply K niien,l for tlio Joynl friendship and fine patronage you have extended u s during the past twelvc month,. And wo pledge anew to serve you faithfully in the re. May your Now Yea,- l.ring joy nml contentment. GEORG'A WALLS Ri-p. Plione 1 379J CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP Hhonr 250'! It's really less work lo take care of a baby when you h:iye the riglil furnishings. And the haby is much happier, loo! We'll IK glut! to advise yon M lo i Inmost rcomimliMl «yy ( o fumHh Hint youiigslcr of yourx wllli l!ic little .-sspnllnh. sS up YOUTH'S BED with sido guards, enameled and decorated f A AA 8.95 Also hobby horses, high chairs and Make Our store your Imbv head- % iiippy S <(> mUkc h; ' b - V f l u! "- (er « f ««-.-'» the mnny things Special CHILD'S KUI.KY wiih slnrdy pivot wheels IIAHY WAIiKKRS, built to cover distance and .sl;md lol.s f A AA and lots of wear ...... IU>9U TRAININO SEAT, button Klrapfolding ............. you mav need! 'YOUR STORE OF BETTER BUYS' ALMIN HARDY URNITURE Phone 2302 S^Hj COLD PREPARATIONS Tablets or Liquid "114-tr iljjl Krif, .:• ' There's Bc:iut) p for Yuu ;it THK UKAUTV CLINIC 1st Xal'l. Bank Hlilg. Phone xn Continuous Shuns Kvei-y Day l!o\ Office Opem: 1 :^15 Show Starts '> -.00 LISTEN' TO KLCN i:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4::IO p.m. Wednesday Thursday and Friday Selected Short Subject! Continuous Showing Everyday Box OiTic-e Opens C:45 : Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 'Cuntinuuus Sliows Sat. ;md ,Sun Bargain Night Every Night Except No passes honored OH Sunday ;(l the Rosy. ' I>ast Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Deadline for Murder with I'uul Kelly »„,, Rent Taylor House on 92nd Street with William K.vtl.p A . L , oy ,, iVo| ., n Thursday and Friday It j the Glitter and ' -. G\OUJ DONAID WOODS -S.?.SAKALl AU[H KKKltlS • [OWA9D 680FHV • 0110 KftKtl STIVE COCHUI .YIRClKm GILHOJf «« THE GOIOWYN GIRIS tlnan ty BRUCE HUNSitGIQKt • «~ n., i, KtH HMIWl^ . UElv.ui Ml*»nyj A Pll* ^ t" • Selected Short Sobjeeto

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