The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 2, 1947
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(AUK.) COUU1KK NKWS THUUSDAY, JANUARY ]>,. iy.]7 I hey Need Mom Mrs. Peggy Jones 'Wagner Is Wed To Whitehaven, Tenn., Resident An lutiiounccmcnt of wide In'ler- «t is 'that made to-lay by Mr. »iid Mrs. Edward- Richard Jones of Hie marriage of their daughter, Mrs, Peggy Jones Wagner, to William Edward S?ely, son of Mr. aird Mrs. Frank Edward seeiy of whttc- haven, ,Tcnn. The wedding was solemniziri Dec. The .bride was graduated from BJytheville High School mid now Ts ^deputy treasurer for Mississippi County in the Blylhevjlle office. She was the wife of the late Lieut. Jack D. Wagner, wlio lost his life in ,thc: recent war. . The bridefiroom' wan' «rartiwtetl Irojn Whltchavcn High School nc- foi» entering service. With the Army (our years in China, he ]\oy is aTivi) engineer with qtlirters hi "WJiltcliaven. Ntrs.-Sccly-will join him when their house hunting, started some limn ago.'' j$ successful. j S'4-_L _ C<|llege'-Set Watches Ok! Year's Departure I / Miss Patricia Wise entertain;".! a grciup of friends Tjip.sday night when the guests were, invited especially to watch departure of the oUr year and arrival of 1947. Winded in the 25 present, a nimi • bei'of whom were friends home Ircm college, were her brother, Lloyl H. Wise, and Mrs. Wise, of . T'.i;;ra- ioppa, Ala. §he was assisted by her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise, in entertaining. • ! ,'*•*'* Sorority Meets Tonight '-•- The Aloha Alpha chapter of Beta ;Sigma Phi will meet toniuhl. K o'clock, at Ihc club room o[ City Hall.. j'1'een Agcrs Have Dana: For New Year's Affail- Largest of the numrruus ''i>r>n age parties given this holldii season was the New year's live dunce Tuesday nlylit whrn M:s.s Kuthnrine westurnok. Miss Lola Rose Casllio and James Westbrook en-cilained 226 eul.M.s al the Woman's club. 'I'lu 1 club rnoni luitt b'-'cn tli'ror- nlcd in krrpimt with l!i,- or MSIO:I with inulli-cotorcd bullonn;. far- lands of crepe parei- and f;ioeJK>[-v featured. The balloons wprv; MIS- pcndrd from Ihc crillni; and from fixlui-ON hnldini: colored liiilu.s, and lln> i-iiinlxw .streamers taniiun a caropy for the dancers. Clioriy laurel and rrd bi'iYip-i ilrccriilpcl Ihe mantel and across I lie chimney was inscribed "I Inppy New Year." Refreshments of punch. parly sandwiches and cookies wore si'rv- rd from :i MadcrJa cloth covcreti table, having for its ccntcrpinc; a'i arrangement of greenery ninniii; which gleamed shining red ami j green balls, flanked by .spray.-; <ii | red berries niul candles. As the 1 year of in-l? apiiroaclif:-.!, I the balloons flouted from Hie | canopy over the room, confetti WHS showered and the boys and !;i*.'-s sang "Auld Lang Syne." Favors 01 i New Year hal-s and balloons wtr.-c | dWiibnlccl. The hostesses and host were assisted by their parents, Mr. mm Mi's. Garth Casllio and Mr. and Mra. J. T. Wcslbrcok. • Included in the guests were J. L. Wcslhrook. Martha Gibson, Toii'ii'v Westbrook. Ucrtha Lou Orimslini; nnd D. no:;o of Jonos- i-orc-: Mnrllia .loslin nnd Miuy Sue Daniels of little Hock. Vivinii Patterson ct .Jnckson, J,rtss., Ann Waits for Rescuerers Dance Is Given Monday Nighl By Three Mosls Nathan Wiulr, Buford Young ai.d Wade Reeves Jr., were hosts to a uay affair for the 'leen agn crr.-.'d Monday nlpht when they uilc: 1 - tninr-d al the Woman's CLul). i Red, white and hlue prrdomln.'itt'd In I hi; unusual decorations with paper streamers arranged in a spr- ciiil effect from the colored lights in central fixture's. Confetti added to Ihe fun wiiii .showers of the colored ?])C'j.<K thrown al Intervals as Ihn Iwvs ami fiirls dunccd lo lhi;li- favorite'music. Assisting Ihn hosts wore Mr. and Mrs. I,. A. Ri-1-ry..Mi'. and Mrs. Bu- foril YOIIUK. Mrs. Wude Reeves, Mr.s. Shields Ddwinds. Mr.s. Damon Me- I/'od, a'.onu wi'.h Miss Ixniiso fteevt. 1 :; iind Hani: Dndd. here from Arkansas stale College, Joneslxiro. Amuii;; Ihc 10'J Kiic.'ils was Ham Rimilliermon o: Memphis, who )•, visttiiiK I'HV Terrell. I'unch and roiikie. 1 , were sn'Vi'd from a labln gay wllh YuletUti; litnvcrs. II. T. Kitltls Entertain Al Holiday Affairs Tin! Rev. and Mrs. Harvey T. Klcld cnlnlaincij Iwu ij>'uiii>.v of J-'iiKl Presbyterian Church. ol' which lie Is pastor, wllh huercslIni: social affairs during the Yulc- tHIc ,<;ca. L ;i>n. The olflciid family of the church, the elders and deacons and their wives, made up the guest list tor a supper i)arty attended by 2«. In- rludliie the Rev. Dr. Fiunl: Ci. Smith or Omaha. Nchr.. housrgucst of Mr. and Mrs. H. R Kishner. j The iMiffet supper menu was served from the dining room ta- hle ulth c-nndlc light an:l the colored ilghls o[ the ChrLslinns tree affording tin attractive setting for the lower floor of the house, used for cnlerlalnlng. The Rev. mul Mrs. Kirtd were assistotl in entcrtalnhi K by their young daughter. Carolyn. Members 0 [ the clio'lr. Including the director. MISS Jean Sarbcr. and Ihc organist. Mr.s. p. i). Joyacr, made up Ihe 10 uuests present for a supper party. For ihls ucenslon, the house was Buy with greenery, ornamental caudles and Christmas flowers. Daughter Borti lo Dunns Mr. and Mrs. .!. \v. Dunn, formerly of here and now of Union City rpim.. annouucc the liirth of 'a liHUijhler Tuesday al Union City. The ' bnliy has been nan-eel Mary Ann ! With Ihe Dunns is Mr.s. Dunn's mother. Mr.s. Peiirl Hire. 1 ,. ' Mr. nnd Mr.s. Dunn also have a ux-ycar-old .sou. 1 nioinu F.venti I i FRIDAY Uorciis Sunday school class First Hapti.'.t church, mrrihv. at church 2:30 p. in., for suciii! inccl- Clmplcr N. P. E. O. inrctini; willi Mrs. C. M. Smart, U p.m. C.B.C. Club meeting v.ith Mrs. Alvln Havdv. At The Hospiiaiu Walls Iliiili'lal Admitlctl: Mis. c. K. j'aty, Kosduml. Mr.s. Roy ]JiKj5'/n, Luxora. Mrs. Gene Arwood ,clty. Carolyn Glass, HI. 1. city. Mrs. Iluby Drown, sicolc, Mo. Jack clejiipns, Manila. Dismi.ssi'd: Mrs Orvllle Chancellor Jr.; Ilor- nersvillc. Mo, Klta Mae Collins, Horncrsville Mo. Mrs. w. N., Dell. Band! a Keener. Dell. Edwin Keener, IX 1 !!. rtejihin Moody. Rt. :t, city Dljthevlllc Hospital Admitted: ft. s. Harris, city. J. P. Miller, in. a, city. Alfrc- lioone, Armorel. l")i cl nisscd: Q 'J'. iipraybcrry. cilv. Mr.s. Rlma Jones, city. Mrs. Kvcrell I'rreuson, i-ily. Mrs. Andrew Fiillcrlon. fjlcclc. Bits of News \V\','n his in-yenj'-old wife, Lillian, missing since Christmas Kve .IT.'. Hilwai-fl Mnrlns, of ChicaRn. ;yu,,d Inkini; care of their Ihrcc- . niontlis-old (Iniiehlcr, Sanilni, too much for him. lie's ijiclnrcil < fcvding Iho hnby in station Muusc hclurc turning her over ID police and retinninj; tu his Army i>osl, Ft. Sill, Okla. Mis. .Jessie rjccder Is [|iiilc ill-df 11 severe cold. Mi. mul Mrs. Lloyd H. Wise of Tusciiloosn, Ala., nrc ii.iic.sls uf Mr. Wltx's IKII-CIII.S-, Mr. JUKI Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise. They will he here inl'lil the hist of the week. Miss Virginia Swcarcnevn left Double Debut Delayed Action BOSTON I UI> i—William Iforall. l[>, "f Jamaica Plain, a member of Iho Davtoit Trade- Hr-linol football team, played „ | mlgll Baint , wi(] , Technical High wifliout a scratch. Driven through the windshield of his truck cab and pinned behind the i?",'.'T: w: '- v . '" " lc <liwsln s room, crushed.steering wheel .and post. Carl Baylcss, 33, of Kansas city .•waited 70 minutes until rescuers cut him free with an acHylcnc Icm-li' Hfe truck collided head-on with a Kansas city motor bus Baylcss he broke » leg. White of Osc-eoln, I'l'cgy Clillcn- • -•-.. —'«• UK.!. IJ..ML.-..I water of lirickcy.s. Ark.. Talma-l'-p suffered fractures of pelvis, right leg and left hip. .NBA TulophoKi I i','"" nl ""I"'?""' 'frnii.. a,V (| -j — _ . ' ' Jnhir Lipplll. of Mrmphri. Cherubs Charm in Crisp Blouses ,vhipccrd and cmlroW.rcd,«b •Tlie sins Hie thought it was se«Ins double when Iho young women pictured above passed In the grand march al Ihe recent 111!) annual Debutante Colillion and Ball at New York's Waldorf- Astoria. Tl-cy are the O'Connor twins, Gloria, left one! Consuelo, two ol 125 girls who made debuls. Tllo;;day lor llalon liollgc, l.u., t < vl.sil Mi\s lic-lty Jans Jia,-ni»lt, (liiiiKhl'jr of Mr. and Mr.s. 'M',;u liarnctt. unlil UK- weckriul wh-n she returns lo Texas -Stato t: >A -j,r for Wiiiiu.'!! at Ueiilon. where she is a stucli-iU. • .Mr.s. jN'fll Jlensler of St. l^mis is nf Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd V. wise anil family for .several days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kind, man had a.s Ihcir Kijest.s for the Yuletidp holiday. Mrs. Iliud'iinu's parents. Mr. and Mr.s. Elmore Welts of Mcmjjhis. C'hiiiK'-i Toiining of Fairtie];l. Ct. is (,'lli-sl of Miss Joyce Walls ::nd her piircnls, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Walls, fur several clays. When an officer In (he Army Air Furri-s. i:e was stationed al Blythcvillo Ann-, Air Field for an extended tim-.> Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Fergus™ •*- tiimctl Tuesday night from a 10- day visit In Richmond, Vi\.. where they visited their daughter. Mi: Robert Kmart, and family. Tilts' V'ci-e. ac-coiniiaiiicfl there by Mr. :;:ul Mrs. Harvey Morris who went on to Pocomokp City. Md., where Ihov vie c (.u-it, of thtlr daughter. Mr, J \v Mislei. and famil.v. Mi and Mrs. Earl KoonU p'. n I to leave today for their horn? in Fui- ton. Mo., after having visited here ! Ijricily with Mrs. Koontx' sister and biollici, Miss ISIlcn Bryan and JIoss Bi . 111 Mrs. KopnU..w.i> \\- fAinc III %'lulc roturniu'g here M'Hi- day from a visit in Florid i, w is ilnwovcd today. Dr.' A:JU M™ad and her .sister.' Miss H.?lpn M=!!id. have returned to ,-iftpr having burn ! guests of irs. Carl and Edna Nies. Thcv ci'me i-p to h^ hero Saturday,' which wns the'birthday of Dr. Ea- | na Nics and Miss Hele'n Mead. . It. S. Harris i;; vmicrgoing trcat- fi!C!it at Blytlicville Hospital. His coMdilir.n i s satisfactory. , I3cn ftodsey loft yc.stcrtlav for Ills home in Greenwood. 3. C.. niter having accompanied his aunt. Miss Cora Lcc Colcman. home when .she won! there for CTirist- | mas. While in Greenwood, Miss I Ooleman motored to Charleston. ' S. C. for a view of tlic jioinset- and narrtei (.-rowing Ilicre. BY fcPSIE MNARI) t NEA bliff Writer NEW YORK — (NEAJ — The £c«ndina>i3n lejcnd thit niy lit- ^lairn an audixna . th« queen if her blouse I ^.»«.. * »n4 slarcl.ed Is the inspiration for - , Sv.cdrn -md tle.glrl can clai an -u «,,. tfe , rth j Denmark mates lavteh u- of t ir clean muH i-eolor ombroidr v ™ " 5 -- £ ..-.. of \s&sh^ble, pictuic- wpk fashions lor American sniill- blouse /anciej-3 sized 3 to thank Scandinavian folk... lor « r«tt of fresh sljle ideas f » \. ( J*< 1 B n « r Sai!> Mason adapts i J. n * eds Blth charm and drops (he 'boulder line nifflcs colliri designs B neckband co « o{,ncel ,-ho r b0y fasfllon wlt|a ^ ,,n "T, f'c < ' er ne-*- style cxrltri-,r . „ tl oll " . , teircrs 'vh m °, > '°"" B ^^ r ?cnut. " from U oddlc'f 1 to tcsn-ager.s. She makes the trans ' . r.crmaton from fine combed cottons, bal- thc livirt though lavmderablc Iritn- mings u.sed. embroidery which sets off ultllo or pastel cotton blouses is the peas- anl-styletl banding fcaturecl on a tlcusc which Miss Mason calls "pure Scandinavian." This blouse o c b for the mother bv K ivi 1 children ^alicy spring fashion, ^ M lo.suds liki duckL » •,^ Clt . .-., as bis^ ,i.s liintcrns whicli push up lo elbows and to criss-cross bandiiiK.s of inuitl-hued i iiJiroidoi v. We Deliver EVANS GROCERY MARKET Phone 2597 South First Street WELCH S GRAPE JUICE «* Jock Sprat, Cream Style No. 2 Can LARGE BUTTER BEANS „ . r WESSON OIL fo ' s "'t»;, CTOt " fl 89^ I-'It VCII V A I>I» • crrc VAIU> ^ rl " ii; ui - ArK tGGS Do?.. 59c PEPPER Can 15c & 20c Mayflower No. 2 Can PEAS SALT 2 for 15c Tomato Catsup B r tlc 24c IRISH POTATOES "*!.£ 2k I'KKSH riltM HEADS I It! Sll LETTUCE lb. I2c CAULIFLOWER Ib 16c IINK SAUSAGE PORK ROASI PURE HOG coo or Velvceta 2 Lb. Ctn. 3 Lb. Ctn. Spring Flower;: Flowers -\viil bloom on spring hats, judging by the Hatlie Car- '.'-'gic model, above, shown at a cccnt Coral Gables, Fla., fashion >revluw. 'i'hc open lop slra\v )illl)ox hosn flood ot nasturtiums riicling cl'nvn ;i green t;i(Iela streamer. Civic Leaders Discuss Needed Improvements Improvement of Blytlicville school buildings and grounds and of the downUnvn traffic situation were named as the city's ehlcJ needs of 1(147 by civic club leaders at a mceling of Ihc Kiwanis Club yesterday noon at U>e Hotel Noble, l-'aimer EniJlaiid, president of lie Chamber of Commerce; Dr. I. A. Taylor, president al the liotary Club; and James Roy Junior Chamber of Commerce president, c a<yl i], csc improvements when called upon to tell what they thought, niylhcvllie needed most in 19-TJ. The three civic club leaders were (fiicsls at the meeting. The Chamber of Commerce wants to cnlisi Ihe aid of other civic or- RLMiixallons to improve the traffic .situation in the business district Mr. England said. Fire Victim Improves Condition or Mrs. Hasil Sheffield. 19, of Osccoia, remained fair today. Severely burned about the face, body and hands Tuesday in ail iiccideiH at her home, she was removed to Willis Hospital. 'I he United Slates' carbon-black manufacturing capacity is now sibonl uoo.OOO long tons a year, tl'iiiblo that of prewar years. Carbon black is used principally in the processing of rubber, and synthetic rubber requires almost twice as much 01 it as does natural njb- Kead Courier News Want Ads MONEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help IS Mile, of Kidney Tube* Hu»h Out Poisonous W«.to If you Imvcnn cTrcjsotacids in Tourblood, J ? TM. "• '"'."«' «»><!» ™«7 be over- i>orksd. Ih-isotiny filters and tubes, reworkins: d»y nn.1 night to help Nature rid7"r system of ex ccsa .cids and polsonou, wiSi When disordcrof kidney lunction permibi poisonous mailer to remain in your bllo3 it n.aycau.enareiwtackneho.rhQumatierS. Ji & liains. loss of pep nnrl energy, ireltinK un ninhts., swelling. pufTmcn under a" eyi? hcarfachoa ami d, 2I m CS3 . Frequent or Scanty rassnKra wilh smartins and burninR Sml Kidncia may need help the »»me „ ^"l »* your dnuarhl for Do.n'. P stimulant dmrelie, used successfully b IT 5 / 01 " , ovel ;, C(l ?' cqn> - Doa "' nwi " help the 15 ltlll PERMANENTS Oil of Tulipwood .*f ....... $8.59 ftlarcellina Crrme Itcli-nc Curtis Cold Waves Ocrmctic Cosmetics The Beauty Bar I'lionu 3202 Glencoe Hotel nofurfher HERE'S THE COFFEE BLENDED TO SUIT YOUR TASTE ORRHD PRIZE Jtist- Good EflBLY BRERKFflST Three excellent coffees. c.ich top grade ...but different in blend to suit the tnstc of Ihc niosc exacting coffee drinkers. iicli is the best? The one you prefer, course. "7/icif •> el u-t(ua6(c COttfrOK <H fociy o( GRAND PRIZE and TAST-GOOD 1000 HOUR RADIO BATTERIES WHILE THEY LAST Dnn'l !:•[ a iirrfcolly snoil radio scl slanil iilly by fin- lark uf lirtipcr battrr.y rcp5;n-c- mrnls. Take I lii-s apiiiirliinily lo p r a v i il c >onr family with entertainment al a bargain DON'T WAIT! COME RIGHT UP TO— DIXIELAND SERVICE ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Mgr. HiRlnvay I>1 North at UnllamI, >Io. MONTHLY This medicine | s /„,„„„, lo rellevis pMn. nervous tlLhtroKK nmi «•<•«, cra.iky. -droiiBwl oil™,"".' Inns, or such days— when ttui to female functional momlily 'llsiu' bailees. Also line slomncblc lonlcl WHY SUFFER From Cold Weather? When you can simply rail 5!)7 and have your groceries ami mtats delivered free by our ncH* fast SCOOTKK DELIVER*-. We guarantee you must be satis- fled with our selection. Fresh J>rcssed Poultry daily . . . Meudowbrook Milk, ' 61 Highway North—I'hunc 531 CECIL LOWE Grocery & Meats Blythevilfc's Baby Headquarters! The Tot Shop There's Bcaiily for Vou at THK HKAUTY CIJNIC 1st Nat'l. Bank Bid;,'. I'hone :;-iTi Continuous .Shnn.s Kvcry Day IJox Office Opens ] ;.15 Sliow Skirls 2:01) MSTKS TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:13 p.m. .| ; ;:o p.m. |4 Thursday and Friday Holfday... Mexico Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Kvcrjday llox Office Opens «:I5 Saturday. "pens Sunrtay 1:00; Hlarls 1:13 Continuous Slmivs Sal. and .Sun. Karcain Ni R l,( Kvery Nifhl t:\crpl ^o passes lionnrert on Sunriny at tlic Ko.xy. Thursday and Friday ftj the and '' Glow Shotw of the tt& <%>**'(( 'VMSF^ i*' m^m • fCG*ffltOvfQ^ " - DONALD WOODS -S7.SAKALL •UlN IENKIKS • EOSVASO BBOPKY • OTIO KSUtU SIM COCKRW -VIRGIKH GIlMOtE Kt THE GOIDWYN GIR1S Scltcted Short Subjects

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