The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 22, 1947
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'VKDNESJMY, JAMM/O' 22, 19-17 BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER HEWS 's. Fill Speaks PTA Meeting : public dot's not realiw how • health services arc avail ijle cm, Mrs. Anatoli Fill, Comity h Nurse, told members uf '.lie c ParciH-Trachcr Acsoci uion uirctiiif; yr.slerd.'iy :i/ipni.;r,«. ill "Hpallhmi Living" .is her Mrs. Fill discussed viiriuus irs iivailr.ble to the nML\ ! Include the Iniiiuiiii'/.atiuii •am,, Mutcrnity Service. I'rc- >1 Service. Crippled Clilidivns cc. of which the Infantile Pa- .s program K a brunch. Mal.i- r'ontrol, Laboratory Service and loina Service. a business session, tile or>;al:li voted to support .school legion and send telegrams to Arts rc|>rc^.,',atives and the yov- i. Gle:m I.add received o>n- lations for liaviug lieen chosen nan of thu Year" by Alj:!i.i i ami Alpha Delta Chapu-r.s i>t Sij;ma Phi. i. Harold Anderson's roopi :r- :1 the award for best aUvnu- : PTA iirogrum nnd general PSS session followed a meeting c Executive Board. , Fa IT Hostess Fn-lown Club 5. Russell Hayne.s I-'urr cnler- d fellow members of the Tri- i Bridge Club with n party rday afternoon at her home lorlh Division. sink color scheme ivas carried in the tallies, gift wrappings [lowers. L bridge jjnnies, hi»h store prize to Mrs. James Terry and .d hiijh to Mrs. James Guard. ac.wert course was served. ) Woi-lhy Matron loved With Parly •mters of the Order or the rrn Star gathered last night at home of Mr. and Mrs. OILS it to honor Mrs. Love Adams, hy MalKjn. with a surprise day party. Mrs, \y. A. Stick- was Mrs. Eberdl.'s co-hostess, rining a settini; for the 20 !)«•.<; prespnt were attractive igcmcms of flowers, e group played rook during Jvcning with high score prize lg the women point; to Mrs. U Berryman nnd among the to J.. D. Smith. Rooko was I ded Wilbur Wuhl. e hostesses served plate limch- Ih coffee. * * i Earlmc Lesley Tied lo Max Price notinccincnl was made today , he marriage of Miss E'VlInc y. daughter o r Mr. and Mrs. Lesley of Blythcville. to Max . son of Mr. and Mrs. j. w. of Biytheville. The weddiiic solemnized Jan. u in Osreola. - and Mrs Zolbcrt Klncaid Ihc couple's only attendants. . Price is now stationed with Umy in Kl Paso. Texas. ivhcrc ride will join him later. jy Son Na/nec/ ilnl has brrn numrrl Miehael rd. They also arc parents of'a .Her. Hi'bm-a. four. Will Pay You fo Sec ck W.Powell Counsellor County Have you unknowingly nhcritcd yoni 1 children? Xficc—2J Lynch IJIdff. Phone 3702 Residence Phone 3801 Post Office Box fiOt Bi.vthcville, Ark. Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Riley Jones The Colonial Room of Hotel Noble was the setting yesterday for a two-course luncheon when Mrs. Rllcy I). Jones of Manila entertained members of the Tuesday Club and other wnests. Mrs. Rod- ucy nnnistor, MIS. Fred Fleeman of Manila iiuj Mrs. Russell Fair. Each of the small tables i>;hrr<.' quests was served was ccni-;rcd with n bowl of ivy. When bridge was played. lii»li score iirl/p wcm to Mrs', c. Murray Smart and second to Mrs Max U. Reid. Mrs. J. C."Ellis Jr. Hostess to GEO Club Miss Ila Rogers and Miss Jettye Clair Huffman taame members of the OKO Club Monday night when Mrs. J. c. Ellis Jr.. entertained the cldb a i. the Ellis home in Uartield. In evenini; bridge sjames, 'oilrlgu went to Miss Lynn Jackson, and hiHli to Miss Ro»ers. During games, the hostess served light refreshments and' afterward, a dessert course. Ouida Martin Wed To Little Rock Man Of interest in Dell and Hlythc- ville if announcement of the marriage of Miss Ouida Martin of Little Rock, daughter ol Mr. nn-1 Mrs. O. s. Martin of Dell, lo Jack Johnston, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Johnston of Malvern. Ark. The wedding was solemnized Jan. 11 in Little Rock at. the home of the Rev. W. O. Vaught, Jr.. pastor of Imniaiuial Baptist Church. Mrs. w. w .Duckworth of Little Rock served as the bridc'.s matron of hiinoi nnd Mr. Duckworth Mr. Martin's bjst man. Tiie bride wore a Dressmaker model of blue virgin wcol with a corsage c,r white gardenias. Oi-Hcimtcd from Dell High School •Mrs. Johnston was employed il Blythcville Army Air Field for several years and later held a position at Sheldon Motor Comi:any. She marie her home in Litlle Rock with -Mr. and M''s James R. Wheeler. Mr. Johnston is connected with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Me is a veteran of .'everfll years service in the Armed Forces. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston are temporarily making their home m West Men:phis. Let Your Hair Go Down for Winter -; Harm hair-do. HV ALICIA 11AHT -M;.V Slaff Writer If you're the kind who doesn't iiiithaiv until the crocus blooms, blame your discomfort on scanty undies. You enn defy freezing weather ivilh featherweight \vool- ies or woolen mixtures which add no more bulk to your figure lha'n tlghls to n trapeze performer's. There ore streamlined shorts that keep you snug from waist to knees. Yon can extend Ihcir insulation lo your .shoulders with vests. And if you must really fight off a sub-zero blue, (here are sleeveless nnd shankless versions of grandma's union .suits. YOU can add a knit petticoat to these and still cut a figure. Mest outer ivat'mcr.s lo wear in an office full of [rcsh-air fiends are woolpij dre.sses and suits You lire better fortified, when windows go up, if you have on a woolen blouse or sweater under a suit While we're on this subject. Ruth ("Ice Man Cometh"! Gilbert reminds you that hair let down for the winter makes a head and neck warmer—as weafhcr-iirnofinr; as far a s it goes, .she Fido's fur. Bits of News Mostly Mrs. Jdhn 1-ill lilt.ihi.s muriilnii fin Kll(,'oro. Texas, where she was called because of tin; serious Illness of her mother. Mrs. Mildred lit;ant. Mrs. |.j;| win be accompanied by her ...on. J (l |,n Bryant. Mr. and Mrs. ).•,;,nk Ki )( , n || „,,,! son. David, have ri'li'.;-ncd to their home in Lake Village after hitvins lieen the fiiie.vl.s ,,f Mrs. Cnl Gassed mid sons, cal mul j| m , o l Binclettc. Di. Cl. H. Atkinson Is able to be "1> after hnviiig been III lor several days. Ur. and Mrs. C. K. Wilson and <liuil!l>l<T, Mrs. Russell K. Marr. It'll this allernooii tor n five or six week motor tour through California, dmini; which time they will visit .si-enic spots mid be the Btiesls of relative.^ und Irlends 1" various to.vus and cities. They will so the .Southern HUH,, ami return by Iho Northern route. Mrs. John Simms of Lake Vllliisc atiii join, n. Lewis, also . (> f Luke \illnifr nnd .student at U a Mil- 1'iny Academy, West |>oim. Nciv York, have returned home after n brief visit with Mrs. j. P. Tompklns of Bimlelic. Mrs. Kva mil will return lo her home in Memphis this afternoon «"<M- haviiiR been the uuest for «nne tin,,, of her sister. Mrs. c E. Wilson. Klic will Mccompany Uie WHSOIIS and their dau B hter. Mrs "ussell K. M,,rr, !ls fill . .,,. Ml ,, n . Pius as (hey brciri their Irlp to C-n.ifornla. nr. , llu | M,.,. W ilson nlso have had as their guest a few "i'.v-s H. I,. Shen-ick of Meni])hts. yestcrdii.v aftc, spending the past «.\ ivccks in Union city. Tenn.. as / NVKUC "' lu ' r tlauslilcr. Mrs. .Mrs-. Hues' visit, a di'iiijlitcr, .Mavv A;|[| ;I ™s bo,-,, to Mr. ,, lu , Mrs. '-Mr. nnd' Coming Event* THURSDAY Mr*. n,.| lrv immpijfpj.jj h 0bUl!>s lo Tlmrsday Contrncl cKlb. '-'01 h century club will jnei-l nl ""• ""i. a p.m. "''• : "icl Mrs. J. s. Suliba host and hostess lo Past Matrons and i a I roils of the order of the crn stur nt their homo, m.Knst Kcnutcky, ^ o'clock, with |iot-hli'k FRIDAY m<n\ A , A ' Hlllll - v '''Hcrtalnhu! 013C Hoc); club at home of Mrs Amu Hardy. Alplm Delta Chnpler, lietit aiii- »)n Mil sorority, inccilin; J:yu l>m, ni chib room O f City Hall with Mrs. J. W. Minors l|S hostess. Meollnij 0( th c women's c-MD members z ::) o p. ,„. ,u club Huiiic. At The Hospitals W.VTHKVIM.I: IIOSITI'AI. AdmltiiMl: Mrs. tjiwrence Hassell, city. Mrs. j. M. HI. Clulr, Osrcol'a. Mrs. I,,.,, 'ivilln. city. Mrs. Jack Newsom. city. Mrs. I>aul .lobe. city. Mis. FUiyd Olll.son.'clly Mrs. Diu-l 1'hllllps. city. Charlotte Davis. Manila. Wnldnn Sharp. Ilnyll. Ocrnkl Robbins, HuIVman. Dismlssod: Mrs. T. W. Cioforlh, city. Mrs. Homer Webster and baby, city. MKMI'lllS IIAI'TIST HOSIMTM. Admitted: Mrs. Joslc Klmble, city. Singers to Meet The Pemlscol Count v Slicing Convention will hold Its monthly slnglnc program Smiduy al Okcrnii, eight miles of Hnytl Mo on Highway 84. n. p.. I,. Smith of Stcele. president, announced today. All sinners and listeners are Invited. he said. Supper to Be Held Tonight at Church " The third in a 5 cries of Family Jvignt suppers being held at Pirs't Prestai-terian Church this month tar foreign mission study, will bs several days. Thc.v will (he,, go to Nashville to be Ihc guesls of Mrs. Davis' sister. Mrs. Wesley Doll, nnd Mr. Doll. Drs. Carl nnd Edna Nl c s will po lo MeJii])hls tonight ror a brief stay. Mr. and Mrs. n. 13. llURhc.s.hiivi- relurned home after -spending two <Inj's In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred lioyt Jr., have gone lo Miles, Mich., to make (heir home. Mrs. Boy! h the former Miss Betty jo Itlchardson. Mr and M,-. s . Dnylc Henderson spent )-eslm\ay In Memphis. Vlss Celestla. Swank Is in Dallas on business. Condition ,,f Mrs. w. C. HlEijIii- on. 130J West Chlckasawba „.],„ ' held tonight. 0:45 o'clock. Church members attending will hear a review of a book on India given by Mrs. Erwin Jnnes and also will see a one-act play on the same -subject. -A covered dish will be taken by each of the attending members ail or whrm arc invited to be present il was announced by the Rev Harvey T. Kidel. pastor om ..J »o to./ln t|,; 9 (wo . picco -J^^TJ.^.. r,c a ll ope j U,u.-|.cU th. impuJcnl, peri Lu s ll e ... eJ ibiri fronl, , n j enormou, ll.ree-ticreJ sleeve,.! jA^frollVV«Jy irou./rot, at'tho ncctlinc-cl.u'cfc,, ou^unfc thTchi^.MiJmW tlactVnlyTIn"R^J^ JOE ISAACS, Serving Blytheyillc More Than 40 Years Phone 3331 223 West Main Si. Heavy Literature Dclinllcly nut Ii (; l,t rendlnj! Is the loim- hi'lil hy Jeun Lpujsoll, ill While llunse .seu'irlni'iiil's.UilT, iilinvo. ll's UiicH- Sam's new lucl fur I'.scal year 1D17-11J. PAGE THKKB Delta Implement Store Managers Plan Meeting I-. O. Nash, manaijer of Mia Impli'inents Co. here, loft todiiy lo alli'ntl Ihc .sdiil-anmiiil inci'ltni; »I Uclla Implements store and department managers at Clreenvlllc, Miss. Accompnnyliii; Mr. Nash were U. K. Van i looser, Vance Henderson and A. W, Mi'Alexamlcr of Ulythc- vllle and Uobert I/)\vc, Bella Im- Itli'ments manager at Manila The)' will return I'rldny. Meetings lli-Kiilnv, nii'ctlnn of ChickaHawba I "due. liii, p and A M, tomorrow nlisht, I'M o'clock, »t the hall, or- tli'r of Max A. Parks, Worshipful MiiMi-r. 'riic Calvary Quni'tcc, whli-li «as lo have played tomorrow nluht al Huffman Church for n benefit PiDiinim will be unable lo play because of Illness In Ihc Quiirlcl, il was announced today. mjflhevllle Illuh achool llcln Club mi't'tliiB with Charles Henderson. Negro Dies at Veteran Hospital in Memphis Funeral M-rvii-cs will b:' In-Ill 1'VI- day altcrnonn, 'J o'clock, lor Cole- man I'urkei, M-yeai'-old Illylbc- Ullc Ncuro win, died Monday iilj>ht "I the Veterans' Hospital in'Meiu- phis. Ptinc'i'iii rites will be at Knoch Chapel with l)iiiliil to lollcw al Mount Xlon Cemetery. F. S aimw will officiate. The Nct!io. who had miicle his »o you sutfcr MONTHLY fJf^Uff/jf? IncH. ol Mli'h ciit.VH "wi'iMi dug toTi!- COMPOUND The Beauty Bar "your fccauly Is our duty" Helen furlis C'«lil Waves t)Kllvlc bisters llulr l'n-pnratlon« '/.aim Imiicrlal JWKOO ''M»\ Nail 1'ollsh llolel 1'lunu! ;i20i For Pictures You Will Be Glad to Show Your Friends VISIT S STUDIO 320 So. Lake St. 1'clllo wnmcii will find their charms enhance^ in Hie skirl-ani- slilrl uulfll shown above as plclured 1 hi llio November, issue of Good Housckecjilmr m.ifrjulrie. Avallafalt In navy black with lir- fiuolsc, brown with coral. liome in West Illylhcviilo for more ' "'" 8 ."'; l «. ** survived by his will-. Louolln narker, a daughter, S!" sisiciv'"""" 1 '' ' l bro " lcr !llld Tlirrc's llcniity for Von at TIIH HKAU.TY CJ-INIC 1st Nal'l. Hank Illdg. J'hoiic 3271 Blyfhcvillo's Baby Headquarters! Sizes 41/2-10— Widths AAA to B IN BLACK CALF $995 IN MINK BROWN $995 IN BLACK CRUSHED KID $995 IN BLACK CRUSHED KID $995 Continuous Shows Kvory Day Uox Officu Opci'w 1 :45 SlioK- Sfjifls 2:<j() ' i.iyi'KN 'ro KI.CN 8:00 ]2:15 ,,.„,, , 1:30 p „ Last Time Today Cockeyed Miracle S|i;-.-i? with Frank SlnrKiin ||jj Kclcctcil Short Suhjccts t'nnlinnnus Showing Everyday Thurailny ant! Friitay IN SMOOTH TAN $995 Box Office Opens G:I5 Saturday, Opens .Sunday 1:00; Slarts 1:13 Conlimmus h'linws Sal. and Sun. ISarcam ,V| R ht Kvcry .N'igbt Except No passes honored on Sunday at the lio.iy. THE FAMILY S Last Time Today UOUWLE FKATURE The Suspect With fhnrlcs I.alighlon ami V !:iln Itaincs The Scarlet Clue with Sidney Toler Thursday and Friday Rodgcrs an J Ksir Phone 2342 312 West Main St. LSO SHOUT

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