The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 27, 1947
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»kYTHBVlLLB (ARK.) COURIER JNBW8 Mrs.'Turck Speaker Aj Alpha Delta Meet Frank J Turck \viis guest r Friday night at the Alph.i Delta Chapter of Beta SUma Plu rnecllng _ at tlie clubropm when Mrs. Jack Bigger was hosted fvolce and' Vocabulary"- -wes Mrs Turck's topic, cho*en to co- mjilde with the program tlvMnc "Expression " Mrs: Jj c. Ellts led n discussion. ^•he hostess served refreshments ofv sandwiches, cookies and col.i drinks »> • • • Millers Entertain With Dinner Party Mi. and Mri clalr Millei were vitt and hostess : at their homo, 500 Luinrrate Street, with a dinner party for Mr. Miller's feHinv employees ~-at Laiigstpn^VroUMi, aiidvtiieir families, nnd Mrs. .Mlll- rr's fellow employees at The Hei'i- ty" Bar, and their families. v Tlie 40 guests were served in the riiplsg room. • « • Nazarcne Church Youth Fill Office This Week NAZARENE CHURCH YOUTH— 12 Tile Young people of the First Church of the Nazarene will fill offices of the church this week in • observance of ".Youth Week." Bill Seymore will serve as pastor; -willard Evans, assistant pns- for:,lylRry, loulse O'Brien, Sunday School'. Superintendent.; pary Taylor, :~jo5ephine •• jnii-att -nnd Bobby . Seymore, members of the Bojrd '.of Trustees;, Betty Lovelace and Lavena .Crump . and Betty Knlpple as Board of Stewarts. [Tonight, church. activities will be organized by the temporary youth I officers. Tomorrow night they will I tlo'^erjonal work nnd make Sunday • School calls while Wednesday they I will hold, the regular weekly pray- 1 I erg- meeting. Thursday night the I lircup wlll.hHve'a s-nging meeting I arijl Friday niglit, a banquet nt the Iclftlrch. Saturday they will conduct [a^ottage prayer meeting nnd Sun- hold special services. .he 1 public is invited to particl- jpate in all activities during the I week, .youth officials annouiicecT. Recent Bride Sirs. James H. C'opelasd of Hoiland. Mo., was before her mm 1 - I'lage Jim. 10 Miss Mildred Blnl;!ey, dauuhler of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. M Binkley of Holland. Their mar- rla;;c was solemnlM'd In Corlntli, Miss. | Mr. Sy/vester, Sons KSturn Home Saturday TSiturdav ^as fine of those PCI Ifejt da\s f,or Mrs Rilugh i>yl I \ester Her hu tiand and tivo sons I \\ere ba n t<home , *, rtul fceeii attciffl r, - __,-„' romcntlon iri Allan Inc. Citv son Divjd had been in lth{ Arms and tne vounger son iTanirn attending school at Ar liancn, state college Joneiboro I „ . A re eived his discharge list Iweek at Fort Belvoir, Va., and went Ifrjtm -there to join his father In' I Atlantic City for a visit before Icffitinuing the trip home. Mr.-Syl- I venter returned home Saturday anff "" came home for the week-. Luxora Girl Marries Percy Stanfield, Jr. LUXORA. ftk., Jan. 27.—The man-lane of Miss Mary .Joe Garrison, daughter of Mr. n«d Mrs. L. G. Garrison, [o Seaman first class Percy Slanfleld, junior, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. S'.iinlield, was solemnized in a double riny ceremony at noon Sumlav r.t the First Baptist church. The Rev. A. B, Hill officiated. I The bride was given in niar-. riage by her brother, C. E. Gar-] risen. She wore a semi-ta'.lnrod i aqua suit with (hrcc-quarteis pu'l] sleeves with black accessories. Her corsage was white carnations. Miss Vein Lincliarger nt Memphis was mold of honor and bridcs- inalds . were Mi.'B Wynette Stanfield, Miss Jimniie T,ee Garrison, Mrs. L. G. Pryov of St. Louis and Mrs. Lorainc McCain, cacii wearing a corsage of pink carnations. Forrest Stanllctd, brother ol the bridegroom, was best man. Mrs; Hilton Stephenson, pianist, playcci Viennese Melody, Lohengrin's Bridal Chorus and March Komalno by oninard. Mr. and Mrs. Stanlield are both graduates of the Luxora High School. Since graduation, Mrs | Stanficld has been employed nsl bookkeeper, by' J. S. Robinspriv Pharmacy''of Memphis. Mr. Stanfield, who joined the ' Navy jiist before graduation, is now suition- ed at Seattle, Wash. Immediately after the ceremony they left for a honeymoon. . jpayid, . In service more : than -a r, .will leave next week for 'Still- 1 v<iiter, Okla., wliere he is enrolled aS"n student at Oklahoma A and •" ' . I yea Gfcrih Lodge Installs \Qfticers at Steele, Mo. " ' . EELE, Mo., Jan. 27-Ofllcers he Ttebekah Ledge were install- at a recent meeting. They •are: Lucy. Neal Davidson, noble grand; Bertha c. Cassidy, vice grand; Velmn Jan Campbell, warden; Mar.e Terry, conductor; Ocie Turner, right supporter of the noble grand; Tumie Farris, left supporter of the noble grand; Minnie Crawford, right supporter of lev grand: Lillie Gerniin; left supporter of vice grand; Hulh Jones, chaplain; Roma Marshell, r<'lor bcaror; Rachel Rider, inside guardian; Hattie nutledgc. outside guardian; Dollie Bishop, recording iecretary; Pearl Knisht, iinancial secretary; Ethel Lovelace, treasurer; Hazel B. Cassidy, musician; Pearl Knight, degree captain; Vcl- da Glover, reporlcr. Missco Club Women Meet At Armor el Tile Co.inly Couiicil of Home Demonstration Clubs met in the Armorel School for tlie January meeting, Saturday. In tlie absence ol Mi's. George Bunch. Mrs. tosle Davis, vice president, presided over, the meeting. j Mrs. T. H. Watson of Aimorel, Mrs. W. O. Anderson of 'Armorel, and Mrs. James Belle ol St. Char-, !es. former secretary of council, welcomed the 42 guests. i Mi's. Charles Abbott gave tho devotional and Mrs. W. \j. Smith lead the club songs. | Mrs. Lee Stiles, secretary, an interesting report, of the December meeting. j Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration tjent, read il letter from Miss Ruth Bcall, siiperlnlen- dcnl of the Crippled Children^ 'Hospital at Little Hock. She was most appreciative of tlie cartons of canned finits aiid vegetables given Dy lilt Council and asked that special thanks be given Mrs. M. L. S.i'ihart of Leachville who sent two bushels of large prtper shell pecans. Miss Coleman thanked the Council again for the generous checK Iliven her Tor !i Christmas present and lok" of tier trip to South Carolina. Mrs. Tom Neal of Box Elder and, the Leuclivlllc group and Mis. James Belle of St. Charles- drove] farther for this meeting'than any! of the group. * i A lively ."'Personal .contest" was engaged In before lunch. It was decided who had the prettiest dress, the prettiest smile, etc. Mrs. Watson and Miss Coleman told ol n visit they mude to 'Newport to ntttnd the 'Northeast Hr>t School Lunch Meeting, Saturday January 18. For lunch they made the vegetable and. meat casserole. The lunch was served cafeteria styie as the school children are servecf and consisted of a .covered dish each brought including chicken and dumplings, fried chicken, roast-beelj vegetables, salad, cake, pies and coffee. j After lunch the 1947 yearbooks' were discussed and.' interesting' paints given to the committee. •' The Council is sponsoring a party' at the American Legion Hut Jan-: uary 30. A committee composed ol officers of each club will collect" prizes, which arc to be awarded. I Tlie committee will meet at thu! Hut and hd'ye. a.. uot,,.luck supper.' Miss Coleman. was asked to pre- ! «re coffee and hoi rolls. 1 The Ahnorel Club invited all club' lembers to meet with them Taes-i ay, January 2B, .nt Mrs. 'W. u| milh's home for a demonstration making slip covers. Pot ItieK incheon will be served at n-30 .in. ' | The February Council Meeting Jaycees Sponsor Dance Tickets and table reservations may be purchased at the Klrby Bros. Drug Co., Main and 'Broadway, lor the Jaycee-sponsored <;.mcc Thursday night at the Armory, it was announced today. Music will be provided by Hobby Meeker and iil.s orchestra, which •brckv i ttcndance records here at HID 1UW Cotlon Hall. MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 1947 wa,s best man. Mrs. Lcdhetter !s a graduate of Brooklyn, Okln, High School and Is a benutlci;m at the Bon Ton Beauty Shopps of Luxora. Mr. Ledbetted is with the government engineering Department, At The Hospitals Hl>th?v!lle iru::p:;al Admitted: Mrs. K. L. Hale, Annorel. Minnie Jackson, .city. Mrs. Lucien Gaincs, city. Mrs. I,, c. I/jikin. city. Teddy .Clay, Canithcrsville, Mo. Charles Edwarti Grice, city. Bits of News Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ollison, city, a son. j D^ni 10 Mr. and Mrs. Dill Roiin- Eiwille, city, a son. | •Horn in Mr. nut! .Mr;;. Richard IJavis, city, a son. Dismissed: Mrs. J. M. St. Glair and baby, O.sceola. | .. Waldon Sharp. Haytl, Mo. Ocneva 'Harvey, city. - Mrs. 'Niinnic Mae steward, city Mrs. I3?ul Phillips, city. 'Mrs. P. E. Epperson and baflv city. Ocrald Rcioins, Hufrman. 'Mrs. Betty aann, city. Mrs. C. p. Hillburn, city. , J W. Williams. Poringcvlllc, Mo M»ni]ihis iJajillst IlusPilal Aflr"iued: Mrs. Leonard Houchin, city. Mcftiphis ,M.'lhoilist Hospital 'A([milted; Mrs. c. M. 'Harwell Sr.. Osceolal William J. Led better Weds Oklahoma Girl LUXOHA, Ark., Jan. 27.-Miss •Jbehna Sybil Howell. daughter or' Mr. and Mrs. j. M. Howell 01 Brooklyn, okia., became tha hrido of William j. Lcdbcttcr, siv.t 01 Alfred Ledbetter. Jan. !g in a ceremony performed at lh<- home of Mr. and "Mrs. Dudlev Shanks with the Rev. A. B. Hill nlfkiat- hift. Mrs. W. A. LedbcUcr \vns matron of honor nnd w. A. Le lbet*c-r twin brother of the bridegroom] will be held at Dogwrod on Sat- ui'fJay, February 22. 7o« can'f have, soaps, woolens, tires, without fas^ la.worW-, sfiorfaqe fftfs 'and oils! Tlie Jargon living non-ruminant even-toed mammal is llic liippo- It Will Pay You to See in us Jack W. Powel Insurance Counsellor Mississippi County Take cnrc of your income when is on the incline, so it will tak care of you when you are on I! (lerlinc! Office— 21 Lynch IJldg. Phone 3702 Residence Phono 3804 Post Office Box GOt Blytheville, Ark. RATIONAL LIFE INSJRANCE 'COVPASV The Beauty Bar "your beauty Is onr ds Helen Curtis Cold Waves Ogilvie.Sisters Hair Prcpara'fi Zotos Imperial $20.00 Zuni Nail Polish Slencoc Hold Phone 32UU Mr, and Mrs. P.iul Wilhelm 61 St. -I/jUis were the weekend guests of liii sisters, Miss Luna B. Wil- lielin and Mrs. Jake Huffman. M.'S. M. B. Vondfi'au of Hcicnu is the nuest of her ilaughtcr, Mrs. Jaliniiy Fields, and Mr. Helds. Mrs. Vo:iilers-j was motored lo B:ythevillr- by Mrs. W. B. Tanner, who Had been visiting friends in Helena. M.-. and Mrs. Earl Stabler arc Jp^jiclint; a if. A' day.'; between se- .ineslors at Hendri.x College, L'on- way, whcro he is u student, witii Mrs. fituolr-r'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. fC. C-x;k. Mrs. O. Saouyo anil Mrs. W. 11. Stovuli are rpciKlini; today in Memphis, Mrs. K H. Brown of Mumpnis is the e'.icst of Mrs. Jake I-fullnian. Mrs. R. M. McCall itiul Mrs. Hays Bjr^ei- are f-jicndinj.; today in Memphis. K. k. Lincashire lia.s retui'iied home ironi Atlantic City wliere lie has b?en Httenciinfi a canning convention. M:. and Mrs, Virgil 'Boyd left yesterday mornini; for St. Louis, where they '.vill be the guests ol his mother. Mrs. Myrtle Boy;!. Upon tJicir return home, they will be p;:nm]Kn]ie(l by ihelr son. Jimmy Bo"d, wlio ha-> l>;'en the guest ol his siamlnujLher. •Mr. am; Mrs. N. w. Kyle iia^'c returned hnm« after spending 10 days in Houston, Texas, with their daughter, 'Mrs. w. L. McLean and Mr. Mr Lean and son, J. W. Kyle., and Mrs. Kyle. They were iwrom- jKinic:t home by Mr. Kyle, who now has returne.1 to Houston. Mrs. Bill Davis of Cincinnati. Oiiio, arrived yesterday afternoon to ->c tlie guests for three days ol her sister, Mrs. K. R. lAlley and Mr. Alley. Russell Campbell left, Saturday for .1 business trip to Chicago and Select Parly Gifts From the GIFT SHOP We Feature Congress Playing Cards, Tallies, Score Pads, New York. Mf. and Mrs, Ira Wright of Os- ceolt, were Uie:wcekcnd' guests of his sister, 'Miss Era Wright. Mr. ajid Mrs. w. L. Hornw, Mr. nnd Mrs. Elton Klrby and Mr. find Mrs. James L. Verhoeff were .an-ioiiu the Blythevllle peoplo attending the Pittsburgh Symphony in Memphis yesterday. Tim Pittsburgh Symphony, with tlie world famous conductor, Frit?. Reinev, was the fourth attraction of the Angkr Concert .Season. Charles Roy Lutes, student at Arkansas State College, Jc,r)e=boro, and three of hl s friend?. Charles B. Watson, Omar Green and oh'iie .Fred Hull, all of Reiser and also I students at Arkansis Stake, spcr.i I tlm weekend with Charles H.vy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lutes. Mrs. II. E. Smith has ret«rn»cv home after spending several days in Jonesboro with Miss Mury Knlheiine Reecc. Mrs, Smith !'r>ci her hostess visited in Mempl.-is before Mrs. Smith's return home. Mrs. IX!onard Johnson nnct daughter, Beth, were in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Cornelius Scherer Is spending three days in Nashville, Tenn., I as a reward presented by the compiiny for whieh -she works for outstantling service. The thr^e-cl-iy trip will hfi climaxed . with a biir.- qunt tonight. Comuif Events TUESDAY TUESDAY Rehearsal of Blythevllle Choral Society, at the Woinans Club, 1:30 o'clock. Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. c. M. 3u'cK, 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. N, G. Jerome entertaining La Neuva Clutj. , Tii-Town Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Worth Holder. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. WEDNESDAY Avalon Bunco club meeting with Mrs. Bill Gilbow. Wednesday Bridge Club ontei-- tained by Mrs. P. E. Black. Mrs. R. C. Rose hostess to Town and Country Club at Rosclaml. Junior Hoyal Association of First Baptist Church meeting at the church, 3:30 o'clock. THURSDAY Mrs. Richard l-r:chard lios'.oss to Jolly Eight Club. Mrs. p. D. Joyner entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. J. A. Leech hostess lo Tliurs T day Limelieon Clb. Mrs. R. C. Rose entertaining Oc- tette Club. Mrs. B. A. Lynch hostess to Mid- Week Bridge Club. There's Beauty for Tou at THE UEAUTY CLINIC 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg. I'hoiie 3?T4 Arkansas Optometrists Hold State Convention LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Jan. 27 — (OPI—The 40lh annual convention or the Arkansas Optometi'ic Association will here today follow- iiiL- its opening meeting yesterday. The group was told in yesterday's session Mint some 50 per cent of pupils entering high school are unable (o read above (lie fourth grade level. The statement was made by Dr. A. M. skcffington of St. Louis, di- recior of the Graduate Clinic Foundation, who aseribe t | it to n lack of proper training to make use of their eyes in educational ob- servations. Dr. E. R. Cnlamc of JonesDoro', president, Is presiding over Hie sessions. : Read Courier News Want Ads. Bl Place Cards GIFTS IIKGIN' AT 50c We Cift Wrap Flini; 10^ r. Main St. SPECIAL FOR DAUGHTERS Simple and Smart Thn yoiinjffiv set wants fashions llint are chic s-m-o-o-l-h. And Unit (joes for t.Tstc.s in liair stylos, loo! Even tlio sleek editor p:irt with r-a^c lioy ends or flowing locks niusL lit: cut :uicl shaimd In fit. Mnlte your loilay! THE BEAUTY CLINIC First National Bank Bldg. Blytheville's Baby Headquarters! YOU CAN BE A CLOTHG'iLINE SUSiE AND STILL HAVE A TRIM FIGURE Dor.'t neglect your figure | Just ae^ause you're a hovise wife ami stay home most of the time. Take n day olf and make a small in- vestmeni in your figure with relaxing - 'healthful gyrodu:ing waves! GYRODUCE . FOR HEALTH ! Continuous Shews livery Day I!ox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN :00 a.m. 1/!:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Nobody Lives Forever with John Gartieltl anil Geruldine Fitzgerald Paramount News & Shorls Continuous Showing Everj'day TUESDAY DOUBLE FKATCJHE the- screei>r- fhol comic page culvp CaDtinnou-i ShovTnff Everyday CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP Box Office Opens 6:45 Saturday. Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except No passes honored on Sunday ut the Koxy. 311 No. Second St. Phone 2592 Phono 3274 THURSDAY, JAN. 30th 1!Y SIM-:CIAI. DKATANO RETURN ENGAGEMENT BOBBY MEEKER AND JUS FAMOUS ORCHKSTUA AT THK BLYTHEVILLE ARMORY SPONSORED BY . BLYTHEVILLE JAYCEES Tliis Inind drcv.' the largest. ^ttenclance to any thuire over !iHd in lilythcvlllo. (COTTON ISAM,. inir>i Public Auction .CHARLEY LUTES wiil offer for rjilc on the Home Gin Van! Incited four milts South of Rlythcville on llighwawy 01, the fallowing described property, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1947 TIEIS SALE WILL- START AT 11:00 A.M. K Good Milch Cnws 1 Guernsey Bull 10 Mnre.s, some «'ith coU >il side 2 ISlnck ^\Tulcs. coming :t yrs. ol<l 1 Iron Grey Mule, coining S yrs. old .1 Pay Mules, coming 2 lintl 3 yrs. old 2 IMack Mules, 4 yrs. alii. 2 .lacks, black with white tip 1 Sorrel Stud Horse 1 Saddle Horse 19 S|>nttcd Roland China Gills. ISrceil 10 Spotted Poland Chiui Shoats 2 Spotter! 1'ol.inil China Sows 1 Large Slorage Bin I Chevrolet I/;-ton rack (lail) 1 IHC rickup Baler 1 AC Combine I John Deere 3-Boltom 1-1'' Plow 1 Avery 2-Ro(tom ia" Bn'.ik Plow 1 John Deere Side Delivery on Rubber 1 IHC Side Deliver IS Walking Cultivators !0 Middle Busters 10 Two-Horse Breaking Pious 8 One-Horse Freaking PTows S One-Row Riding Planters 1 1IIC 2-Row iWule-Dr.uvn Stalk Cutter 3 Galvanized Steel Wntei Troughs 2 Parts Cabinet Bin 2 Two-wheel Trailers on Rubber 50 Garbage Cans, 32. jal. I AC 3-botlom 12" Breaking Plow 1 John Deere Two-R'iw Planter 2 Tractor Tandem, I>is™ Lots or Collars and Wo-'k Harness. MANY OTIIKR ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION IN THIS SPACE! Any farmer wlio has any farm tools or livestock lor salo can sell them on this rtay. All such items should be listed tlie day before the sale. • CHARLEY LUTES and IRA KOONCE, Owners LEO SWIFT, Auctioneer Last Time Today Paris Underground with ('distance Bennett :unl Grade Fields Foz News anil Selected Short Tuesday & Wednesday DOUBLE FEATI1RF, •a *tw cumis HUTU icoiiiscoii *--- NOVEL BECOMES ' JOHN KERSEY'S ABell forAdaho 2O'k CenUiry F.x ^r.:r \IIEIlllElf-HODlJlK • •'»be««..l HPIIHIY on«,«o.i • wniitw ULnUIA tttntutti bj LOUIS D.LIGHTOK ir\4 1.AUAR TROllI ft.«un,, HENRY KING

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