The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 8, 1947
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE _(AUK.) COUU1EK NEWS New Bridge .Club Formed By Young Matrons Group A jfroup o! young married women here has decided to play bridge^ each Tuesday attemooh nnd S9 another card club U bom In BIytheville, whsfe bridge play- Ing is ; ; a chief entertainment. Members are Mrs. Dale S. Briggs, Mrs. J|«MPU Brooks Jr.. Mrs. Onr- rard Cr.ydlll of Manila, Mis. Russell -Ilnynes Farr. Mrs. Jflines O. Guard, Mrs. Worth D. Holder, Mrs. Eugeli? Teaforri or Osceoln. Mrs. James: Tejry and Sirs. Ne«'loi> Whllls: All pf th.ese have resided here most or their lives, ewept Mrs. Caudill. the former Martha Hobbins of Steele, Mo.; Mrs. Parr, who is from South Arkansas, and Mrs. Guard.-a Mississippi elrl. Mrs; former Jean- etla Jenn SebivUgh, -Mrs. Brooks formerly was Evelyn Smart, Mrs. Holder was Wynelte Sheppanl, Mrs. Teaford was Marion Tompklns of Durdettc, Mrs. jninos Terry was Vary; Fj-nnces Guerin and" Mrs. Whltls was Marjorie Warren. \Vlillc deciding tiiwn a name, the club ."will be called -The New Bridge Club." The first parly was yesterday afternoon at Ihe Brlggs home wilh the group to meet alphabetically. Ivy and other greenery afforded a gay, note to the hostess 1 living room . where bridge was played. Mrs. Tenford R-OII hlfh reorc • prte and Mrs. J»mes Terry, second. A salad plate was served In the la le afternoon. I Warren L. Moxley Host j To Cowboy, Cowgirl Party' Having n cowboy and cowgirl parly was lots of fun. according to Warren L. Moylcy who celebrated his ninth birthday Saturday afternoon with such an affair, planned by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moxley. | The 20 gursts came dressed In I western costumes nnd the playroom ' of the Moxley home had been <lec- crarrd >n a nestern thpme, Including a mock camp fire from which "hot ricss" were served. Dessert was Individual cakes, topped with cowboy hats and small candlfs. served with an Ice crcum confection. Games of Indoor horse shoes and shooting crows provided enlertaln- rnr-nti climaxed with a showing or home souutf movies. Prizes were won by;Rosemary Monaghan. Paul Westbrook ana Freddy Gore in the' games. F^ors were lariats and glasse.s rtecontea wKii horse designs, from inlch the coca colas were served Guests .present were Dnra Bei-, "ice ttvlie, Elizabeth Ann Fowler. Mail Ann Moore, Donna Dedman, t..r?»3 j 0 Westbrooic. Hoseinary' Sally McCutchen. Vir- Ann Haynes. Donna Sue • Su.ribu.T, Robert Holt. >• Don CoDflfl nd tlcrrv rSl" 1 , wecslb ^° k . Raymond . Virginia Wheeler Weds Monroe Besharse Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Elza Wheeler an- ncunce the man-int'ii of iheir daughter, Miss Virginia Whpjler, to Monroe Besharse Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Bcsharsc. The marriage was solemnized Jan. 1, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon by the Rev II. scon Bnlrd, pastor of First Chrklian Church, at Ills home. The bride wore nn ui'U'riioun frock of b!ua nooJ. designed with a «j:t effect In Die Oiree-qtiautt' Iciicth sleeves, which ciidtil In a point, nnd the u-Iilio lace irlm. Tlir Riecsmrle* were in black and her shoulder cursam; of pink-tipped wliiie yltidlull. She was fttleixlccl by her sister, Mrs. Bonnie Wheeler Ailkhis! who wore a .suit of Spring green wool and n ctirsaKc of pink carnations. Joe;ch .served the brldeyroom as bt-st man. After a wedding trip'to Memphis. Mr. Ue.shurs!' and his Ijrlclo no...- nie a! jionin ,it 531 aoutl! Lake. The bride wns gracuiitcd from BIj'lhovlllc Iflyh School IQ.SI year. Among honors received wlicii a student there was her M-loctlcm n x Senior Class Queen. The bridegroom was grnclnnlccl from niythevillp Hiyh School liuv- n>e returned: to .school after s«rv-, ng Uo years in lli c army. Eiirin- his Pacific Theater- .service he was jvoiiiidcd In action. Well kncwn in athlelic circles, he rcMim-d 1U£ football plnyitJi; willi tile lilythc- vlllc lll K h Eehool Chicks after dis- iliarned from ihc Army. lie no iv ls cn-p!ovf,| M Ot . p ffl]]pt . hul(I(1 Cotupzny. New Year Bride Bits of News ii'c licr innniauo .Inn. i MJ... Virginia Wheclrr. s Have Son Announcements have been ,,, cclved here ielllii K of ih e uirtn Jan. 2. of a son to Mr. and Mrs George E. Boye.ll of Miles. Mien" formerly of Elytheville. The baby, the couple's f.'rsr; cilild, has been named Georeo K Jr. Mrs. 7^oyetl is Ibe former Mis,' Louise Matthews of here. At The Hospitals lilylhevftlf llosni'.al Admitted: Mr.s. n. •/,. Jjoono, nolliilKl, Mo. Arno II. Ili-o*ii, Horncrsville. Mo, Mrs. u. 1,. Cable, I.uxora. .'. S. Ashley, cily, Born to Mr. iiiul Mrs. E. W. SlR- iii-n. »cli. :, son yesterday. Dismissed: Henry Rylee, city. Walls linsiiltu' OLsmlssed: Harry Heard, city. Mrs. Meal Henson, Manila. • P. W. I.uey, Cooler. Mo. Mrs. W. A. Martlr. Jr., and baby, Luxoia. Mclvln Clark. Cooler. Mo. Memphis Mrlliodls! llosilltul Admitted: M.\!.v Lynn Alexander, Wilson. Mis. John Moses or Mounds. III., Is expected today to visit for i;ev- era) days with hi-r parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. slilbk-y, and family. She was, before her marrlace several nioiUlis ago. Miss Evelyn Bhlbley. Mr. nnd Mrs. i.oy Elch have returned from Columbia. Tenn,, where they motored Ihelr son, Ix>y' to Columbia. Military Academy where he IK :i student. Mr. and Mrs. n a l];h n<xse and family plan to Icnve tomorrow for a motor nip (JmjUfjh Arkansas (Hid the -Southwest belon- untng' (o Ohio, after haying resided here lor more/than two years. Crawford M. Not,:.! m Miami lieacli. ma., wlio has iieoii at Hotel Nubie since clii'lstmns. is at- tendinf! to business In Chlcugo iwo weeks. Mrs. Noble reumUirvi here us Kliesl tic Mr. nnti Mrs. Jennet, Htltt at [he hotel. Mrs. Uiirry |.>ii.yius | s j;i of' In- llueny.a at her home. Miss Ann Weodmnii, Miss Marv Sue JJfrrymnn and Miss fiillle Sii."- jU'nks lett .Sunday (or Demon 1 I'ixas, where students at Texas .State Coll<. E e jor Women after spending the holidays at home Mrs. Jesseo stilt and her house- Kiirs!, Mrs. Crawford M. N ( jl)i P o f j Mami lieach. n.-,.. s p cllt the first ] "f the wepX In Memphis. j Pilgrim Lutherans to Induct Church Officers ' Clufr • t ' ei ' R lt "' C Pilgl '" 1 ' Lut "e''«" Imr-riiliiB du.ins tlic worship V-'^ icr^ when they will be form; by the nev. Coming Event* THUHSDAY Octclte club meeting with Mrs. Hill jr., 2 p. in, G. nnd H. liunco club meeting v,'il)i Mrs. Norvel Humphrey. uny Council of Dcla aixma pjii eellng nl club room of City Hall 7:30 |i.m. Mrs. c. A. Cunningham fnl<-i- lalnlng MiJWeck Bridge Club. Jolly Eight Club meeting wlti, Mrs. (Jrover Wren. Mis. p. n. Foster hostess to Tlii.irsday Contract club. WEDNI'JSIMY, JAN'UAHi' 8, 1U47 Benton Strike Continues U'lTLE ROCK, Ark, Jan. 8. , <Vl't~. About 180 union employes of the Owosso Furniture Manufac- j uuiiib' Co. of Benton. Ark., were still on strike today after efforts to reach an agreement with the manauement on a new contract collapsed here yesterday. Only one feature oj the proposed n«v contract was agreed upon. II *."s a no-stHke clause. C. n. c. Club meeting with Mrs. .1. I). Binlth. Aijjiiii Ufiiu Chnpiei- of B^,, Slama Phi bt-liiB entertained 2-30 pin. at club room of City Hall by Mri. Andrew Mosses. County Council Parent Teacher Association meeting at First Methodist Church. 19 a.m., tor open Wartime Priority Order System is Discarded WASHINGTON. Jan. ;,. 'UP>~ '!']»' fiivonnn-nl was v/luniiifr 'ip u s w.'Dtim" priority syiti-m (odav. 'I'll:, nni-fi famoii:; CO rRlliu; Ihr- bottleneck bivukc-r no longer wii'. be Ksui'd except in n k-w .iivcinl, (In- Oll'oi! i,l Temporary Con- liol:; annomiCfd. Oul.slaiKllnn CCC r.-itiiw.-. howi-w, i-.-ill c-ontlnua (a ! 'Hi." 111! priority- .f, )r veternnt hntin-;: -- v;:ie niwiKlonoil scvciv.i Senator to Aid Brother Who is Accused of Libel MALVEJW, Ark.. Jan. »'. (Upi- US,sen. John j,. Mcciellan will defend Ins brother, Proseeutln K Al-l U>rney W. H. McClelian of Malv«n ugainst charges of slandor ;llU l libel filed by Kenneth c CortY-l' Heiilon atlorney. The trim has been' set in Hot Spring County Circuit 1 Court for February 3 Weather Halts Search For Missing Navy Men ABOARD IT. S. S. Mt. Olympus With Hynl Expedition. Jun. 8. U.P.)—Bad flying weather made It impossible today to continue Ihe search for the plane Ihat HUB been missing from lite Byrd EX- pcdition task force since nee. ?u, wllh nine men aboard. Two rescue search planes were sent out from the Eastern task group laic yesterday bill lli«y were recalled nfter two and a lir.lf hours because of a low ceiling, snow p.tul sleel. WOMAHHOOO. Tills B rwit mwllcliif Is /mnoni to rtjtc.c pain, nt-rvo\is distress ana w Hi:, -(liaeued oiif K-slleis ltehii»" ot certain dais 1 —WIIMI due lo func-' ul monthly itlsuirbnnces lit- V.'e '/'lie 1 MM- military—an'.i tho il«-ii-;<-d Triple A. for civilian v-u- work, wi-i, ; (he only inioiit'i.s i,--, . in clli-ct. I Ohio Policeman Slain Battling Chech Artists •roi.KDO. Jan. u. (up'i— Two men Mtspcr-tr-il or (Kissing biul checks and a city detective were slain an:l H IMliuiman wounded last night hi :i • spcclut.'!!!.-!:- gun liaUle only ;i hair l)K«'k from |iolice lieailquarti-r.-i. O:\Ld were Detective John McCarthy, fiu, Edivimj Monneit, 41 »ml J. R Quirk. .10. alhi.s Jackie King. Patrolman John Conno'-s wis .shot In the leg. '""" i!o "'" u » Wi " jm " lllc l)0ar<i treasure Her- Earl' vv'ldy Jupiov G.A.'s Elect n«!?- e , J "? iot G -A-'s met, at First Bap^t church Monday for n reg- I ular business meeting : fiJ hf y 0 !l CWinS WBre Pl " cted l " of - Iicq lor the cnsulnj year- Beverly Jones, president; Mom-a 'rfenken secretary" P I' CS ,^ C n t; GU "'! a Smllh> 0 Rni Rebecca Jean, poster committee ' * * » Daughter Born Sunday Mr. and Mrs. j. D . Widner 2201 hnr™ «'• y* paieniii ° f » daughter ' born Sunday at Walls Hospital. c^-l" 0 ,," -\"'l iS " le name sel «*Ocl >or the baby, tlieir first child Mrs. Widner was formerly Miss Rose Enochs. I ' Sop Is Born Sunday A-son was bom to Mr. and Mis Carlton James Sunday at Bh4rTe ^Hospital. The baby, their i'lrst. w.,. Wayne. .- (rr . Hire. James wa« fonnerly Berplce Boyd. '. * ^ • Miasons to Meet The Masonic Lodge will have R regular meellnj tomorrow nlsht 7:20 o'clock, at the Hall. ' ; NOTICE Notice Is hereby, given that the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of Ihe State of Arkansas for a permit to sell Seer at retail at State Line, B'.ytheviile Aik., Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has nev- • cr been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer oy the undersigned has been re- \Dkert within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted ol violating the Inwt of this state, or any other sute relating lo the sale of a ?o- holki liquors. LEE R, FISHER. Bubscriaed »nrt sworn to before m« this 7m aaj of Jan 1M7 Not»ry expires Mtrch », Vou can ny from South America SmiU, ''',. h^lv'^ ^i^!* 10 ^"' ljllthc "'" Chlircli and the grmp to Europe aiid iievor )i- ,nm-e thaii'Ti'"',. ncTOo, n rr" P^si-nr I.uthernn dmrches known as 1-5 n:llc.-,- from Iniul. 'dun- Weldon K-l'i V'f 6 " 1 ' 10 '* 1 " ""' Missouri Synod Lutheran Appl — AND WE DO MEAN HALF-PRICE! I Values up to iO.95, Reduced to Also Several RAINCOATS OFF GOOD SELECTION OF SWERS GREATLY RIDOC! ALL SALES CASH Al.J, SALE'S FINAL SMALL CHARGE FOR ALTERATION ' SHORT STORY TO REAL BEAUTY! Your face is the mirror ihrou^h which the world sees yon! Subdue or highlight the nmny color.-; in your skin tones . . . naturally, softly . . . with Lustier allure. Try our exclusive Lunier facial. UI/IKIl . . . uiwther way of (he host! There's Beauty For You at — The Beauty Clinic 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 $7.95 lOvery siiun-t, young Miss will love the "hopscotch" top, created by inserts in contrastinii color of this sui>ei->) cloth. Offsetting the large inserts arc eight neat buttons that mnke the below-the-waistlino closing. Shirring at Hie waistline fans out into the full flowing skirl with its simulated fly front. The wider-than-usual self fabric belt is leatherette backed and features a diamond shaped covered biifklo. JOE ISAACS, Inc. Serving BtythtYille More Than 40 Years Phone 3331 22S West Main St. There's Beauty for You at THE HKAUTY CLINIC 1st .Vat'l. Bank Blilg. Phone S'iTl The Beauty Bar "your lifilllty is our iluty" Helen Curtis Oolil Waves Ogflvfe Sisters fl-j.ii I'rcn.iralions Xolos Imperial $20.00 t.un\ Null Pullsli "lencoc Hold Cliooc '.Vi(Yl Continuous Shmvs Every Day JtOx Of lice Opeiia I i.|f> Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN' :00 a.m. !2:45 n.m. ^ ; :>o p.m. Last Time Todar Partners in Time ivllh I.iim :nnl Alincr Si'lrcted Slicirt Subjects Cunlinuaus Showing iCverydu; Thursday and Friday •Virian-BJaim CfUs-tB BolB- •»' Veia-Ellsn Frank Latimors 2Q. -d br MACK GORDON Paramount News A Sliurls Continuous Shoulnc Everyday Kox Office Opens 6:45 Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; Sfciris 1:1.1 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. 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