The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 3, 1947
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.CO.UH1KU NK\VS Xmds Eve Bride For^ee-Lipford Rites Per^jned Christmas Eve Anrttniricc-ment has bJcn made of the g\«*rlage of Mis^, Hodle Llp- ford,Daughter of Mr and' Mrs. A, Tff- L'pford, to J M Forshee, son fcMr and Mrs R E Foishee of T.fyfe oak Thtr-dou'jle ring service was 601- emr'fe£ Christmas E\e at the Lone Oak^gxptist Churjh oy the Rev. W ft FUnera The bride wore a suit ol blue gabaijJlKe w "h black accessories and joined at her shoulder was a corsage- of pink .carnations. Shf 'Jres attended b\ M r i> <R. D. Forsl^t, who !>ei\ed as matron of honcnviShe wore a stilt of black aim .white che;ke/l wool with a touirfof led in the arccssotles and a siuiulder corsage of red carnations^ R. '.!>. Forshee served his brother as' test man. Following the ceremony, an informal': reception was held at the hbme.;of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. For- Tlie' brld^i arid "bridegroom will make their^foine. In Bljtheilile. Gavle Watkms Is Wed To L D. Daniels Dec. 24 \ The"; marriage .of Miss Govlo Watklns, daughter b[ Mr. and Mrs. V. IX Wntklns of Holland, Mo., and L. Di Daniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lsonard Daniels, was solemnized Ch-l^tmas Fve at first- Methodlsl Church. Tlie Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor.' 'performed the service at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. . The bride wore a frock of gold crepe with black accessories. She wts her sister "ViijE M McKeniniv and Hayes Darnels se-v^d bis -blother as best main. Tile bridegroom attended school it jyi«i!!=. Ark,, and Mrs. Uan- ieb .formerh "wos a student nl Holland High School. T)ie> are making their home here] for the present. .•'' • Visjtor Complimented By <Two Hostesses M-s P A Esciirre of Benton, III., . Ihe Joiiner M:ss C'iffin Heath of • by "II niemberr, this week wneii was guest of honor at Mrs, Rodney t,. Untiislcr enter- Mi'S. S. M. jNir.shi'i' Mrs. Rosd Complimented Prior lo Leaving Mere Mrs .Ralph Rase, who with other n:cn:b->ri of her InniSly, is mov- ina W -Akron, Ohio, was complimented with a party last nii;ht when M.S. Don 0. Haley enter-' tainrd 20 quests who were members of the Kjstcrn Order. | Mr. and Mrs. Hose nnd family \ vtli first visit in ;:olnU of New I Mexico and West Texas before ;;o- luy lo Akron tc reside. | In the rook names played. Mrs. | J. J. Gor'icsltin won high score; rwnvd; low prfe went to Mrs. I il. It. I'Vznntrlrk antl rooko prize lo Mrs. "'-•- At The Hospital* ISIyllieyllle Hospital Admitted: R, H. Pin vis, city. Mrs, J. T. Gardner, clt.y. nob Chhin, llayli, Mo.' lilnora Jones, clly. Alfred Bonne, Al morel. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs, P. S. Ciipelmrl, HollaiH, Mn Mit;. J. P. Wanner, city. Dismissed: Mrs. O. 13. Drown, I.uxora. Memphis Baptist Admitted: Mrs. W. D. McKlyea, CamllK'is- vllk'. Mo, V'runclllr- Maine)). Osceoln. lUtmphis M< I hurt is I Itu.spil-i] Adinllti-d: Mi-lba Wilkoy. Wilson. Mrs. Kiniiiu Moore. Osceola. Bits of New Mostly RcfiTshiiieiits were scived from a tublc denr.ratcd with narcissi and snnpdrarons. In pastel shades with Mrs. J. 13. Smith nnd Mis. rtnleirrli Sylvester prcrldinK at tile Ia31c. The i!uests .showored Mrs Hose with Rifts of handkerchiefs. ' Mrs. Banisler Hostess The first purty of tlic NI :W Year for iliembws of the Thurs- dny continct chiU ". oarU when Mrs. Cecil .Graves . . s t F "d \fcGhee :ind Mrs. taln?d. The hostess liad ••'dlnliiK room Tlie 15 guests ' present cardi with prizes , ", |dnv crccnnrv. Wave?!-" Mrs. o , W. • . "rs.' j. rnl -n o mi i \Sf arranged ri-ci .1 howl fin- the !Milerpiecc a'ul I won high der tfor high score, Mrs. Wagner Adaips wns nresented the cut prlz» a handkerchief, and Mrs Es'arre 1 ' •J gift v,as ear rings. .;• Tb,e hostesses served a" 'i-ilnd j plate with coffee. -.-••• " . Quaiterly Reports Made t- ;. - Qdatterjt ' 'reporls of the Wo- *-ii-3 " Street, Methodist -"i Churcli! were, made at a meeting or the group Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Qeor B e stilw e ll Ml ^ W L. Green ''Conducted n ceio^onal period prior to a brief e and ! '° l cl > M - wc Jded 1 "' SerVed tlle « roll >'' whlrfl NeinJ 8UCSt ' Mre - N - J - £ola Guest al Club M* Godfrey White -of Qscoo ar,d p card game at her home . lunch ,vas .served at sm-iii tables anangcd! before the 0 , t, fre In the living room ^nc , made, «n attractive s «ttin E f or 'i i ,,_' • i jtggnog Parly Given j \V°dnesrinv was 1, R. Matthews' bi:lh(Uiy unci so liis bticie, the former Mrs. Ellen You UK Swain, surprised liim with n parly that, night nl tliL'ir ca'.iiitry home on Highway 01 WortK The 16 puest:; were nieces und nrniipws cf ;-.'r. ILIU! Mrs. Matthews. Rforcshmcnts were served trom . Tills win; f;:ii<l:nd v:ith while fan- die.'; in cri/stal holders with the fr»rci[! bou! at or.e o:ul of I he lrb!n r.iu! iho coffee strvlrr :il the other. H-:on"!s of sn«isdragniis wciv In F."st"! shadrs nnd polnsrtlia<; added to the llvhiE room. Osceo/o Nev/s Mr. nnd Mrs. Oip^ti-r C. 1 i hower, their daughters, ' Prances and. Patricia. .TIKI Chester Jr.. h,,vo rctnm»ii several days trig which look to the Sugar Bowl came ;it Orleans. They visited in Prnsanila and Mobile, Ala., before "oi- New Orleans. En roiile homo they saw n pecan groves in the" • vicini'" Vicksbnnj. Miss., heavily da-n by ic,- br.-akiny the boughs other damage by the recent ic^ H. II. I'nvvlii Is umlcrcoiiiK Ircat- mcni at Blytlievilli! Hcispllal. Ann Conv/iiy while will return to her hninc In Osceola today after liavini; been guest of her [jrand- pnrcms, Mr, and Mrs. A. Conway. and Vivian Tuylor, daughter ol Mr, anil Mrs. n.inn:ui Taylor. Mrs. Mnrgarcl cresswcll has returned to her home In Ja<kson. Mit:s.. after having spent several duys with Mr. ami Mrs. P. D. 1'os- ler nnd family, Mrs. W. J. Wundcrlich and daujhliT, Miss Donna Wiindcrlluh. and son, w. J. Wnnderlicli Jr., hnvi; returned from Memphis w'l—re Ihev tpenl several days, W. I), Chaniblln Jr., has relum- ed lo New Crlean:; where he attends Tnlane University, School of Medicine, after spending the holi*- duys with his parents, Mr. and Mr--. VI. n. Chambiin. .Mr. and Mrs, Fred Slontlman and t'hlldri'n, Fred ,lr., and Eliwibcth. have rctnrncil from Oroenvillf, Miss., ivliore they spent the holl- liny season. MLss Betty Black will leaye -to- morrcu 1 for tiynchbi!.^, Va., where n student at K»i.doiph-Mai;on Wo- innn's, nftcr spendini; the holld(jyi w ltli her parents, Mr. and '.-us. p, E. Black. Mrs. Frances Gammlll und children, Thomas tester und have relui nett t«SH>»Mr'«, Mrs' pA'S"^^^**^ 11 ***** 11 ihe holldii) Mr. nnd Mrs Orndy Ooif and Mr. ami Mrs. Milford Miller have re'.uiiiDd irom Halls, Tonn., where they attended Wednesday the funeral U f Mr. Miller's mint.' Mrs. John Mr. mul Mrs. Sam H. Williams mid daughters. Miss Virginia and Mm I ha Ellen Williams, returned lust night from Mew Orleans where they attended the Sugar Bou-l Storybook Rise Mr. nan. from bom !\Vw ,j .i'-rd .a -1 > NU-WA OFFERS YOU THREE MUSTS IN CLEANING ;* Spotless Cleaning * No Shrinking Prompt Service WORK DONE R5GHT NU-WA LAUNDRY-CHAIRS Phone 474-475 M rs . B n i !C r L. Wilson tended the Cotlon Bow! unme. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I.onls Cherrv nnd Mi 1 , and Mrs. Jo:«e Taylor arc "mom; the Ulyllicvllle residents expected home today from New Crleans after nttcnclini; the Oeor- Bin-Noi'lh Curollnn football game Ur. nnd Mrs. w. F, Brewer h.ive arrived home after a in-day visit In Dallas. Texas, where I hey were Jnrjii Omnium. Ainarlllo. Texas l;irl. who kervcd iis secrelary lo n»:vii' priHiiicer, S-'yinonr Nebenscai for four years while studying act:. lias bom .vigiied to a ]6n:r term (-cnlract by Nero Films and ::> pliiyini; (ho feminine le'nd'Y' l>(;:-it(> Robprt Cwminlnjis r HII..U nonlovy in "Heaven Only Kiitiws." Miss Cnrlriishl talk-.'fi hi!!r,olf into a small role In "Whistle Etop" while typlni; tn script, and this lead lo lier n\r- itnl Kiailin;,' role. (Ni?A 'I'elcplioto) KUf.'st.'; of ['datives. Mr^ and Mrs. Lifuy Fowler o? Cinnthersvllle Mo. wfii'f )»"•--• *••*- terday lor the funeral of, Mr. I'n.'.lir's mother, Mrs. F.liznbelh Ann Fowler, who ilied Tucsdav nlcht. .Mi's. o. w. McCntchen has' returned lr^)in New Orleans where L-h'f .spent several d.iys with her daughter. Mrs. John 13. Loviui Jr., und family, slip ;< v, j-ili "diiwni cVtic- cially lor ^.l le Iinrlcquln Unli of which ; :.,r. Logan's sister- .was qucoli. •".t. i"Kl- Mrs.-Charles Fiose, their .son, Charles Nick Rose, their d.aiiuhtei-, Mrs. Alex Curtis and Mr. Glints, MI: rxpected home today lioni Dallas, Terns, where they n't^ lendeii the New -Year Dny'foot- ball Eiune. Thomas A. 1 » li In i t 'J ^i in | i moni i he ^Brjth'eVine who al (ended the football game iVcdncsday In Dalla ills, joe Partin and daughter Min-ia Ami. o! Raleigh. N. c., nnc >.r, and Mrs, Charles Fowler and daughter. Ba:bara Ann, of St. Lr.uiii. :in> iniests of Mr. and Mrs 3am Simmons at Dell for the hoi- i:Ju;;s, '-Mr. and \n-. s . L R .' Matthc«-< have returned from a visit In ;:=mts of Mississippi which took them to Durant. Juckson. Haltles- biirK where they spent Christmas with Mrs. .Matthews' mother. Mrs W. :-•. Evans, and to Elarkvlllf whf-:i: thry visited Mrs. \fatlhcws' Ai.'ilcr en tnule h-x.ic Thi-.-f''i llr:m(y f nr y, m llt TIMO I5EAUTY OUNIC 1st Nnd. Hank BUI K . I'luine ;;;7 .Rptarians Hear Rev. Kidtl Discuss DeYinci's Art Members of Die Rotary Club held .their weekly meeting yesterday noon al the Hotel Noble with tho| Hey. Harvey T. Kldd, pastor of] First I're.'.byterian Church,' as prin- clp:'.] speaker. The Ttev. Mr. Klcld discussed the incaiiliiK of Leonardo UaVlnci's painting -Tlie l.asl Supper" and the woik of tho artest in depicting tlu k story. Guests prcsenl included W K .1/jve of Cla/ksdale, Miss,; c. C. -Adiiins, Charles Gaboon, A. n, Llt- ,tle and «. u. Webb, all of Hol- l"iul. Mo.; Crawford M. Noble of Miami ficach. Pla., and Dill Wil- l.lfmis, junior Rolarlnn FKIDAY, JANUARY 19-17 Anylhlnif 'Goes, Thai Go*s HAMILTON. Moilt.', <UP> l i-DC,s-. pcrate for any kind of' Irnnsporta- llon. llileves stole a model A truck, minus vs'hccls, vyhicli has f.erved 'SS , a fki lift for the past six years ufj the DitleiToot ski club's slide. I Head Courier News Want Ads. i Washington leads all other .slates of _ the Union In potential '.valor ' TOO On 'CERTAIN DAYS' Ol Month? 11:15 Kix-nl nu'tlldne la /union, to rcllevi- iialnful distress anil tf-a iii'i-vonc. Irrltuljle (ecliniiE,- of liucli Jaya -- When due lo Jwmik iimc- iml monllily cilslurbanuesl PERMANENTS OH of Tullpwuod ......... S8.5S Marcclllna Crerne . . . .' ..... M.50 Jlelene Curtis Cold Waves Hermetic Cosmetics \ The Beauty Bar Phone 15202 Glencoe Holel AS IF KIT Z IDS CONTINUE s HIS In Alomlay's Courier I ndvcrLised an Ol'POK'L'UN'lTV SALIC lo hist two jla.VK, ('['ttcsday and Wednesday) in \vliic.-h 1 pletlKcd my word Unit evorv itiiiclc in the store Helling Tor move than 50c Would Be Sold at Absolute Cost! \ It i^ Hlv\a.vr,-d)t't'Jciilt : t(i arotiKC puijlic iittercsl in ;iny kind oj' sulc in Lbc to vtljn.s bclwcon CliriKtmaM and \'ow;Ycar.s. ' ' • I WANT YOU TO KNOW THAT I FKEi, VFUY IIUMRI K AN.D PROUD AT TI1R SAilK TWIK OF THK 'FACT THVI'' SO MANY PEOPLU TOOK Mt AT' JIY WORD" THAT ' IS 'H1CY JIAD CONF1DKNCE IN MY PROMISE THAT i SELI, AT COST AND THAT NO PRICES WOULD AND NO GOODS TAKEN FROM STOCK eVi'E 8 < JAMK! WE SOLD LOTS OF MlORCHANDfSF.i ,SALF>, WAS A SUCCESS REGARDLESS OF THE TIME ""'" l.-IKK THV; STOUY YOU'VE ALL HEARD SELL LOTS T !-C E ! i AM GOJNG TO HAVE TWO MORE OF THESE "SELL AT COST" DAYS, SATURDAY (Tomorrow) and MONDAY On ihesc two day.s (and OICKC two only) we will spll anythiujr i n tlio stoi i: c«sl in;; , r )0<.' or more — ' : : AT r F\. t %^< We have a store overflowing with scarce merchandise, ft cd! goes regardless of its scarcity. You will find amonj; hundreds of olhor scarce and timely mercliaiutisi! the Complete assortment Kieldcrest TO\VC]H, all SJZCH — all color's Men'.'- Winter Underwear f.atiies' Pantios, Sjuusrgie.s, Bloomers. Ladies' Genuine All Wool Cardagins and otlier popular sweaters. We have a complete line of slip-overs nnd buttons. Alt the popular colors from which to select. ' . Men's and Boys' Sweaters and Jackets. Boys' Wool Mackinaws Fiehlcresl Full Bed Sheets. ' ~ A^ complete line of Fieldcrcst and Esmond Blankets from 5 r i lo 100''' \\ool. (The only complete line in Blytheville. We've Koltl more than 1200 blankets since last July!) We especially call your attention to one ;'•"' \\ool Blanket which was a bargain at our retail price of S8.98. We have one case left for this sale. They will go Saturday and Monday at tlv cost price ol S2.S15! (Gray with Red Stripes near each end.) Genuine Fieldcrest Bed Spreads. Imagine buying these at Cost! A!-o otlH-i; beautiful Jaquard Spreads and Chenille Spreads. Kven beatitifi 1 t hemlle spreads for Baby. Ketail I'rictt S5.5Q. Cost Sli.50 A ens and Boys' Work Pants and Shirts. We have one of the most'corv- plote hues of fine work and play clothes in Blytheviile. These two day's at cost. (One lot men's blue denim over-all pants or dungarees.) ,,'ft „ A " kill(ls aiui <1osci'iplioii. Also r>;!-piece Dinner Set. Ketailiiiir at Mf).9n. Keitutiful China 18K Gold Embossed. Cost SM.75. • • AliiTor Bright Heavy Aluminum Ware and a good assortnreiA of Knamc' ware Pols and Pans. Many attractive pieces of Dress Goods. (Cotton Rayon and Silk ) Ciirtam Scrim and fine Cretonne by the yard at cost. \\e could go on and on and on but you will want to come in and brov s,> llirotiKh this tremendous stock of fine merchandise. You'll not have -in opportunity like this for a long, long lime. HARRY FRITZIUS BLYTHEVILLE'S F1ELDCREST DEALER' On West Main Street Across From Rice-Stix (.'on I in nous Sluisvs Kvcry Day Jiox Office Opens I : .|5 Kluiw Starli-; 2:(1() I.ISTKX TO KI.CN 8:00, t:i:lj p.m. -I:JO p.m Last Time Today m ex ico with IValUr I'iilKCon iimi Ihinri Mjssity Ki'lei-tcii Short Huberts C'untiiiuous Slla^vln^ Kveryiluy Si-i-iiil: "Hop Hnrrisan" N,,. g ::nd Short Conl'il Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sundiiy and Monday''' rariiinuiint Xc'Ss ,t KltDrls Cnnfd Shows Sun I:l!i-l Hux Oflii-c Oiicns 6:-lS Sattlrday. Opens Kumhiy 1:00; Starts I:ir, ^ f.'unlinuous Shows Sat. ami Hun. ?' Baisfain Night Every Nlglit E\ti-pl No iias-ii's honorcil on Snmhiy at till' Roxy. Last lime Today >, 61 I with Danny K:i)\- IwlPil Slinrt Subjtrts Saturday STJOItt) Serial: "Srariet Horseman" \n. ami Sllort Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:,10-ll:30 Sunday and Monday DDME-BOYI-H i "TOGETHER ^1 ^ ^S'WLi & •^'">.$ w-m Fox News and Selected Short Continuous Show Sun. 1:13-11:00

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