The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1947 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, January 15, 1947
Page 2
Start Free Trial

BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS DAR Members Learn Mere of Arkansas j Jiqitor, Guest Speaker At Senior PTA Meeting 'See Arkansas First' maj ..... be used a s a slogan for those or I us who ^are ' prone to wander In' •• search of scenic beauty, delightful 1 climate nnd other advantages vnen' ue ( have a 'Utopia' In our o*n state, members of the Charlevois Chapter: Daughters' of Ihe American, Revolution, weie told jesfr- day; at.ternoon w by .Mrs; George Pol lock *'when she-aodiesscd wm Eroilp on "Wonders of '.the-Wondcn Sta(e ' ' The 15 members present ^lor v!ie luncheon meeting, at Hotel Noble werfc guests".of Mrs. Charles Penn, •Mrs. W. A. Affllck nnd Mrs. E. B. Woodson. DpSoto, gazing' across the turbid wnifrs of the Misslssiiipl Rivir, saw. but the 1 shores and forests of a wilderness which included tins county byt had he .'gagecd' into u crystal-, pf I the future he would hnvti .seen -lan,. empire ;rendy loi,i..||.,. '•'-"-••• Mi's, pollock said in pie-'ti"',^" Paront-Teacher croups can do imiclr to give loaders more of the Mrs. Coming Event; THURSDAY .1. O. Iluey entertaining . .. .....Jolly ElKht Club. of Ihe bad that, sol Octette Club meeting wllh Mrs. in the news, mem- Marvin Nunn. Mrs. Harry w. llalnes hostess to Midweek Bridge Club. DIIIICO Club mc'ellnir. with Mrs. John Tyrone. of the Senior High parent "encher Association were told yesterday rai'tcrnoon by James L. Ver- hoefl, editor of Courier News, when he addressed the proup. Speaking on "Cooperation I) •;- twcon 1 , the PTA and Newspapers," he .ric:-lflrod that . Fareni Teacher Asscdr.tlon need to let t)ie> piails know of their inudsblc o!>J»:tlves laclrt^ a ' most Interesting discus- iiom of -Arkansas.- , ,...,..,., . . BHefly oatll.ilng the history ol r m-n Arkansas., she then told of iu t,r alert o h natjai- wonders including the if °m«l^ nb and of their success In transplant hig tlnse objective.'; Into action. "Parents need to lend their in- /)iier:c to the iitmhcrs so thtu PU::ll.T nifty know that they neet; intclliEenee, and the wisdom to use it", be .siiiti. PoJnUiiR ant that pupils nerd to l-n'crx that education Is n cnnlimiiii'! i.'roep'-n 1b'> does not ei)d wlih Ihoir e>'uclim(loti Irotn lilch school or college he cited that tla' V need a solid r'oun- 011 whirl) to build wlir-ri beyond reach of the C. U. c. undue Club meeting Mrs. O. O. Klklns. Pathfinders Sunday School Cl'iss First Methodist Clitireh. having slipper , elnirch. 7:20 |t. m . TUKSDAY Chapter N, PRO Klsierlimxl inert- ln[{ Mrs. Chestei' Oaldwell -md Mrs. L. K. Old nt Caldwcll |IOMK> I p.m. ' ' ,.) n « rn ;,,,. ""? '",', " •"-'• L .. S ™" ' "" "Hiieiicc of ITAs. "," iL ' !1 »» <1 ', olhrr '' '" "° °" die late f-' 1 '!": "' 'He,,, mercury, granite, and-: many others; Its tenBls. its climate. It. Is doubffijl; Urni, Thomas W.-rJicksbn of Chicago auttjpr of "Ihr'-joke book. 01 '"',!" 'Slow Train Through Arkansas" w .. ever-visited the state; she pointed! S0 ]os oufln telling of the modern rail- ij lc roag; network of the state, and thece is no such wild swine roam- toward repinieiitation, offer -i C ],V- raw mn- r '«>M to thirklng mc n an'd women | of^ur notion," he conclurln',' Proposal of Mississippi » M ° <ital1 llllollc s Soeltl for 1m- atlrin in the "V the K ronp. U ' (> plan " itent W im n "" ' ^?' Ul ' U1 "" rry n ^ l "?! lnl "f " CCI ' '''-'" •' The Illiteracy reputation of the "stag was discussed, in' conclusion, in which she pointed out the stato lias^numerous institutions of higher ^earning and that. Aricanais- •4,13% elementary schools tops :13 staUs, with the percentage of Arkansas child population, 5 to n yeaff, attending school higher than the-percentage In 26 other states. Members were ciskfed by. Mrs. H. C "Hose, chairman of. Approved Sclujols Committee, to bring clothing* to the next meeting to i< e sent to the Kute Duncan Smith School In the mountains of Kentucky for a rummage sale. to to W JT Cberst, Soil Conservation Chaumin 11 in charge of I 'us project In memory of James Hunt, k'll- ed in action 'during., the recent the~chapter will send $5 to the National Tribute Grove project. Mrs James Hunt is a member of tins' chapter •* • • • TriTown Bridge ,Club Hai Second Party The newly organized bridge club of vjung rratroiTj hns been named Tn-Tcwn Clu-o b-rause there is a mender f am Manila, another from O"roK and ihc remainder Bii-iK of-Son Announced Mrs. liny Mann and her Iniant daughter. J.-sselvn Ro'oeMa. have returner to their plantation home Baptht Hospital, 'where? the "bib/ was born Dec. 24. I*nn ns she is to be called, has a brother six and a sister who h three. Mrs. M.uin is the former Miss JesseJyn iBlomeyer. daughter ,', 1 Blytlieville. Utlty born second \veekly nartyTwps- r">v..arternonn Mrs. J, Mell Brocks Jr.. .-was hostess. JOYiquih and pom-pom <:hrvsan- tlicinirr, otle'd si SprhiR-lik- touch to Uie living room whore the two 130'pB were arranped. Mrs. Eugene Teaford of Osceola worn hi(rh score 'prlra nnd Mrs D3le_- Britrgii ; second ' high A^salad platb was served in the 1 lateral ternooti. " Daiighter Is Born L)r. and Mrs. Francis nre tlic pjrcnls of a .,„„ „„,„ iimciny raornlni; nt Walls Hospital. The b:»;iy, who bus a sister, Rebecca., four, has not yet been nn-med. Mrs. Utley is the former ,?. Mj ' nlc Rowliuul or Little fleece 4-H Club Group Holds January Mcetimi A meeting of the <Rcc:c 4-H club v.-as; held Tuesday, with Billy Dean Jargon presiding. There were 'M club members present. The i;roiip iang -.Americn," led by Jane Wll- llainiron, sons; captain. Mrs. Pred Wahl nppointcd i\ committee to elect leaders hnd sponsors for this year. Rcpoils were given by the following group captains: Junior llanes, cotton captain; Harold NIGHT COUGHS _,__ .. .eased without dosing when you rub throat, chest und ^ftf*&^ back with time-tested V vffiffu* Mrs. c. R. Welch, had been here wi family diuJi) B UK; illness of"Mrs. Wi;ils,ms, who now has recovered. Mrs. C. K. Ileiidrickson of Wll- mlnj;.'eii, Del., nidved y cst<;r(lay to visit until Fob. | Kin, i,,..,. pl , V eiHs. Mr, nii<| Mrs. Citiorj-c L. Mulr, am! family. Mr. Hendrlckson will Join her here for a visit and they will be' accompanied home by their daughters, Connie ,,iul Kalhie, who have been • with the Mulr s and Die II. II. Houi;n:ns fmniUc'S Mr. nncl Mrs. A. M. Drlltaln are spending 'several weeks in Miami and other points of Florida. J. T. Rtak-np is iitlcncllnu to business In St. Louis, lit- piling lo return Friday. Mrs. Marvin liobinson. Mis. F E. niack and Mrs. w. H. . Minyard are In Memphis today for the play at the Auditorium. Mrs. .1. n. M'-Unwoll, who has been ciuite ill for the past two weeks at Walls H.upltal with ehlal [)nci|iiuiiiia, v;»s removed yei- terday lo the home of her son .tolm 'McDowell und family oil IllKhtfu.y Cl S.-iiuii. Althounjj im- ])rovr:l, .Mrs, McDowell will ho c-njifiiied to her j;ed for several more days. Masons Meat Tonight Royal Arch Masons will meet tonight, 7:M o'clock /at the Macunli- Hall, for cilccllcm of orneei-s and the conferring of the 1 loyal Arch . it was nnnoiiiifed today by K. Hltiylbck, sceietury. Dunn, pig -nptaln; Charles Tiij'lor calf ciiptnin; Carolyn Wilson. Gardening nnd canitliif! cnptaln; Hszel Hurst, clotfiin;; l: r-.!.un; BiHie Joe Taylor, poultry captain. Ann Porter Travis Weds Man From California CSCHOLA, Ark.. Jan. ig.-_i,, an oulstnndiny wedding of the Midwinter season. Miss Ann Poiier irnvls, daUKhter of Mr. and Mrs David P. Travis bpcnmc the bride, or Adrli.j, n. oienn of San Pran- elso, Calif., son of Mrs. A. F, John- ion M thai city. The Ceremony was solemnized at 1:30 o clock this afternoon at First. Baptist church with the Icev. E T. smith, pastor, performing the nisli! linj! ceremony. Mrs. Gilbert Mastin, or"aiilst »"d Miss Sillinun. vocalkt' piTsr.iil.ncl n program of nuptlni Bouillon, smllnx. woodwardla fern and stately palms formncl the iKickgronncI ot thn wide chancel In front or -Ahlch wore three larije wnlle niches each holding cnlhc- jlapers; Tliesc cast n «ift iilov.- over floor baskets of white gladioli «"il carnations and the two fern liralilc ihn ,;h n ncei fl tep3 sluclclfil . with white carnations' f-wny.-. of |;rceiic-rv and carnnllon.i lied with wliile ribbon marked (lie '"•rved news. The bride, islven in mnrrlasR In' iii'r lather, v.ore a irown of IvorV snlln v.-Uh iiftlte nolnlcd bastiuc uuttoiis coulcrlii'. the back, miniature mllii biitlons t ( , ilm |ii)> nnr. pearls: In vnllr.y ]jl y deslgr ifiinif (he neckline, and Ions; srrc-v«> K bnitoninc! from tlie elbow lo petal point over the hand edj-ed with dolrlnom roso point inccfnl- linir;. Tim shirred lull skirt extended Into a cathedral train. The tlircp-oiinrlci- ir;ii K tli veil n f illusion fell from a Queen Isabella , crown of rosn ]mlnt Inec used on jllii; wcddlnc gown of her paternal ernnclmcithcr, Mrs. Maude Travis iShe also carried a point lace hand- jki'vchlcr of hi;r grandmother's. The briclnl brni(|iic-L was of white or- i-hldii and raws, showered will Atlcndiupr, the bride were Mrs •'no ahlr.pen n K inntron ,,f honor- Miss Clinrlinc Massnv ns maid of hnnor; and Miss Adelle Hook, Mis; Billv Fain Shedclan a cousin ol • lip bride, Miss June. Wellborn and mn'-i • J< " ; W ' Edl ' 1UEton "s brlclcs- Thcy wore IdeiUlutilly fnshloned ROWDS of li<;ht blue brocaded mniplemenli'd w |th sla'rched ^, Ton nvnv tnffela, wilh puff sleevi-s. joncrlran Beaiitv velvet ribbon tied Ihe empire wiist v llh streamer.) ciiFeadhiK to tile hemline. The atlnulanls ea rr led n \. r-i -Oain iy COOKING FAT at the TOT SHOP CATERS TO THE COCOA CROWD •—Vandali ze Black. Patent BOOGIt Not often will you find an ultra (smart ^°P* n " pattern adaptable to low heels. . "Mamette" is the exception. Semi-sfage last, Swirl wrap over instep open toe and IK inch box heels. $7.95 o m i OT BlTIE'i MOKE S^ "V . V /* Will Pay You to Sec Jack W. Powell Insurance Counsellor Mississippi County The professional man needs a plan tor capitalizing his earninn power by placing an Immediate cash vain? on II. Life Insurance is sneh a pluri. Officu—21 Lynch Kldg. Phone 3702 Residence Phone 380) Post (mice l?ox 001 Blythevillc, Ark. NATIONAL LIFE i N S U,R A \ C E C'C M » A N Y ";^:.s VERMONT Sugar n' sptse n' everything nice . original ityling and superb workmanship an nationally known fobrici . . . tfiar'i whor our coals for both boy* and giili ore mod* of fret ioui bunny vrcol clolh wilK <fr mo\ttr derail. Siie ro oor 3 To 6*. $16.95 Dapper men- loitered oil wool, faitiioned lo f»t .belled beck. Sitei J loft or 3 to ox. Cap to rr.oHr.. $16.95 Cop $1.00 TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd Phone 2308 Iwuqucts of S|>ring cowers tied with American Beauty ribbon. MeMn speck. Jr., us rlngbcar- (!'. wore u white satin suit and carried the ring in a cup on -;i satin cushion decorated wilh white rosebuds. William Floyd and Sully Travis, brother and .sister of the hride, the iutter wearing lljiht, blue net over tntfeta, lighted the candles Mary ,,nd Martha Dillard. twin daughters of Lawrence Dillard of Oxford, Miss,, served ns flower girls, wearing American Reauty net over taffetn. A. II. Garner of Nashville, Tenn., uncle cr the hrldeerooni, served as best man. Ushers were Myron T. Nailltnr:, D«n Butler, Jr., w- J. Wnlson, Arthur Ayrcs, and T II. Broecker of Ijiuisville, Ky. Mrs, David p. Travis, mother of Ihe bride, wore n Rown of nqun crepe, while the hrlde-, prnndmn- Dier. Mre. M;ni(li> Travis, wore black hce. both ttllh eorsa"es of pink c'Jiinelins. fnijiiedinlelv rollowln-r die cnrc- niony a n>cr-|)Uon lor the bridal party, immediate fmnilirs and on>- cf-towjj KIJC.'.IS was held at (he Tnwls liome on -nroaclwnv Mlsi I."i>l!v Ma-cn and Mrs. Dixie Wood iwsfrtal at the Drkfe's table. Runyan of I^oulsvllle. Ky • A H Garner of Nashville, Tenn',; MIS' S. M. Dennison and George J liuins, grandmother and cousin of the hride, of Cincinnati- DI- and M . ls ' u - Por ^r Travis of Hcrrin, ,r M Q ', ?', W Mre - W -' A ' ShcdUan or Senatobla, Miss.; n. w . A En"- »sh of Jersey city, N. j. ; M r. and Alls. C. L. Skalvold and Mrs. Rob„ *."' of Memphis; Mrs. John M.-J n , K °, f " Ot SP'^'Ss: Mi: and M">. rtoland Green or Ulythcvillc. At The Hospitals Blythevillc Hospital ofsmisscd: Mrs. Jessie Ksetlcr. city Walls llosjjilal Dlsmteed : Mrs. J. D. McDowell, city B. C. Atkinson, Rt. i city Mrs A. w. Powell, Memphis. . Osccln. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 19-1? Big Damage Suit Filed FINE BLUFF, Aik.. Jan. 15. (UP) —A 521,6:0 damage suit faced W. B. I.ane of Lexington. Ky., today, following a complaint, filed in Jjf- fcrson circuit Court here yesteruay by Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Ulrner of Pine- Bluff. The suit prows out ol an auto- tmM'.c collision on Clnlslmas Eve five miles east ol Demon, Ark., on Highway El. i Lewls Plane Crash Probed '«,3*jr ro i''.p-'' jas - ' H. <u.r.,- . , . her Bi-nduallon from Wright Field authorities lodav , -? Bhbo1 ' Ul ° '"""'. « l - eonl ' mif[1 Investigation into 'no lde I lie CliieuKo A!»n<lemy of t'-' s " of a B 1 7 bomber al nearby nn Arts for Lwn years. The bride- Pnllersoii Field, . in which three oom yrved in Uie Navv d.iri.i"' ---------war. n iic| | s n o w (: oniioetc<l wllh Morton Salt Company in San where they w n t lna ko »i« Ihe I'ranclsco The couple left m, ti, P nfternoon rnln for Memphis from when- Hi'V Dlnnne,! to n y to Mexico City honeymoon, returning to ; to , Pacramento for ., vL si t ,, , . idi voie a brown SprliiB suit ved by Ba(!pl . Di . nnellt lvuh 'iitish tan accessories, nnd three- uaitcr K reen topper. He,. cDrsaKO '*'ai "f orchids. • Out-of-town KiieisLs from distant ulnts Included Mr. and Mrs. T H meeker and Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Lemon Ju ice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly Kirliy ItmllMTs llri Army Air Force filers were kl)l?cl, The dead wore identified ;.s Mnj. Waiter I,. Mcssengill, 3X Hluff City, Tenu.; Mnster SerGt. Len p. Ilailnian, 29, Kelthsbnrg, III.; and Warrnnt Officer Benedici P. Jacouay. 31. Decalur, mri. There's Beauty for You at THE HEAUTY CLINIC 1st Nat'I. Bank lilclg. I'lmno 3'i"l FUNNY FEELINGS J™, 1 , 1 ' Breat medicine la famous to relieve liut fluslu-s, wtaK, tired ir- Sec Our of LAMP Hand ]>aintc<l CHINA and CRYSTAL Itoiitloir & Talilo Mo it-Is The GIFT SHOP SMOOTH AND COMFORTABLE . . u per foci IVaine Tor ;i lovely I'jice. A hair style you cnn. wear well \vith flrcfij, or spovls ( -i pp! ,r(>l I'asliion . . . alwnys THE • AUTY CLINIC 1st Nat'I Bank Bldg Phone 3274 The Beauty Bar "your beauty Is nur duty" Helen Curtis Colcl Waves Ogilvle Sisters Hni r Preparations 7otos Imjieriai jjo.Oo /uni Nail I'rjllsli '•'lenooc Hotel I'liom- Blythcville's Baby Headquarters! Continuous Slums Every Day Itox Office OpCMiK 1 r- Show Starts 2:fl() USTKN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. ia : .ir, ,,.,„. j. :; COMBINATION CABINET —SfNK It lakes more than jnsl n,»r n wurcis iu deseribe the ijeuntv .incl nsefiilness of this Tracy „, lbl ' ');ilion c'.iblii(.-t and s j : ,f : u , . beauty with a stainless steel ton Plenty of drawer space and sliun-' less steel lia tt |,i-are too! You'll •iKrnc wlirn you've seen this '.he-res no ( ,t)u-r anywhere «m ,| Plenty of Room t<> ( lonn Oun lo 'This is n Gr.nrim Tracy sinkl .._] SPECIAL Values! PLATFORM ROCKERS 49.95 , ANU CHAIR, Walnut complete 43.20 Colonial Chairs, maple finish $9.95 ROCKKKS. low back and high back enoice of colors nnd iipholsterinn,— £»>•.>,» filled. $10.60 to $23.75 ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE 113 East Main St. Phone 2302 LAST TWIE TODAY Bachelor's Daughters witli Gui! Husscll and cihiirc Trcvi: KHccted Shnrt S ntiiiiinns- Sluiwing ICveryday Thursday Paramount N'ews Selected Shorts Kox Ofl'ice Opu-iis li:-l:l Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Slums S:U. nnd Sun. Bargain Night Every Siulil Kxcrpt No passes liuiiorcd on Sunday at the Rovy. Last lime Tod;ty DOURI.F. FEATl'RK Spectre of the Rose with Jnrtilli Anderson Truth About Murder with IJonita Gi.uivillr Thursday and Friday Fox News and Selected Short

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free