The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 3, 1947
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BLYTHBVILLB_(ARK.> COURIER RKWB Becky Off to Resume Studies Bits of News Afadtty Ihe bride ol Car) Denon of Sleele, Mo in e ceremony at 4 o clock jesterdij-, aftcruoon at the Cross home, 309 Like S'reet The H?y, R Sx)tt Baird, pastor of Fir t Christian Churcn, officiated at tht, single ring rites The bride's ring was her maternal grandmother's ForinniE a oa kground for the \veddmg party \\as the firepla"e, decorated svith holly. At each side were baskets of .white gladioli and flowing while candles in branched candelabra. Holly: was arranged on the hearth 'wilh' white candles in single holders placed-at each. end. Greenery-Und burning,candles also oecoraled the pia^io L T M-ore pianist Hi ed Serenade 'by Sclnrb=rt'as a prelude, and tiaditional wedding marches 1)5 Lohengrin During the exchange of \o^,s the slralns o' Chir de Lunc". v wcre heard. The I bride was given in marriage by hef father. She wore a suit of 'blond,- new beige shade, trimmed wilh gold buttons; Her accessories were ni black wilh the black ban- net hat trimmed- by an ostrich plume.' 'At her shoulder was pinned a., corsage of deep oink camellias. Mrs ' Ted Ljster mi intimate friend;of the bride's, was her matron of holibr. she wore a two- piece ;drr£s of dustry rose with black ^accessgries. Her corsage was of blue irises. C. B; Klcne was Mr. Denton's best man. Following' the ceremony, a lecep- licn was held in the dining room of the home A thr^ee tiered cake topped with a t sr>ri 5 or white snapdragons -enleica the teal*. Snapdragons also were placed around tne base of lhc cake. Miss L/mnle,.HargcLl .and Miss Eutopia WhIU'ortli;prcs.ideej'.n't "the table.' j Mrs., Dick Watson had charge' of |lhe guest book. Thes'coupte left after Ihe recep- m oh a wedding trip,.'following nich i they will return to iake their home". ; - '.' -.-. Mrs. Dniocn was graduated from I'ythovllle -High S=hool, where she 'as a; meirbar of .the; Red Pepper Club and active in various sludenl activities. She is a member of Be la •Mr. i Den ton is connected with LiggettrMyers Tcb'acco company. Wrs.,HusharvdHostess th; Birthday Suppe Blythcville's "Bwhy" McCall, \yhr> was named I beautlfiil and lalpnlal girl in tha United Stales i I America" contest, xuid goodbye to her home town V.B-ffifiisiano: was guest of honor for Fl ' cdci ' ick sburg. Va., lo resume her. studies at r -.. — .^-^-"""M n«.l gucak Ul HU ast nlfcht: when -Mrs. Husband ... • er '?4 I }? cl w ith a supper in obser- the second most n the 1345 "Miss today as lihe laic, Mary Washington College, the women's college of University of Virninia. Miss McC aU is Hie daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCnll. .. Wgst Sycamore.[-. The? six friends of Harry Loy Elch have returned from Kansas City, where ihey have been on a business tri[! for Hie pasl. lliree days. M. T. Moon li seriously 111 at his home. G1'3 Wesl Walnut. Frank Nicholson arrived home yesterday from the University of Aikunsas, where he is a student, to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and 1 Mrs, W. D. Nicholson. Mrs. Joe n. Ramey underwent an . . operalion Saturday Memphis Bjptlsi Hospital. Her condition is satisfactory. Mr. Ramey. has been with her but has .now returned home. Mrs. Ramey Is Ihe fo-mer M's.s Mildred Hcod, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter of Memphis w cre the guesls of her parents, Georgia Senate Delays 'Pet' Bill Show of Strength to Be Forced Soon in Governorship Dispute ATLANTA. CJa., Fob, 3. (UP) Acting Gov. M, E'. Thompson today claimed new strength in lhc Georgia legislature as a guarantee Unit supporters of Goy. Herman Talmadge's house-approved "white" priiKsry bill would have to aban- dpn tiie bill for one Thompson followers could accept. Ix'.st. week Thompson sel his Sen- alt strength al 25 of the 54 senators—not, enough to force passage of a measure he wants but enoiiij!) to blocl: Talmadge. The acting governor today repealed his confidence nr SeiiKte support and contended hi'; votes in the House had grown to DO of the 205 rcmvsc-n- tativc.i. M. i an"A"hi!e, Talmadge leaete"s in the Senate were expected to a',- terrpt Ic wrest the governor'.-; pel bill from the pro-Thompson special Judiciary Committee. The committee, almost completely favorable in. ,Thomp.ion, already has set pnJli2 C. Sims hearing. 1 ; on the* measure de>:i' e '!ic'.l weekend lo cx;lti:lc Negroes from Demrern- ..- . Mr. and 1 tic "wliile" primaries for four drys Mrs. Don while, ami his parents. I Uiis week. Or. and Mrs. Hunter Sims. Mrs. ' The hearings would delay final Sims Is the former Miss Peggy (-action by the Semite on Talmadgc's While, "mus.t" legislation unlil next week Miss .jane Casllio will arrive i —rnu:h longer than the governor Chief Justice Selected MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 11M7 Leachville News NA8HVILLE, Tcnn., Feb. 3. (UP) --'Members of the Tennessee Supreme Court today elected 82-year olcl Alexander Wlicls Chambliss. of Chattanooga, as heir chief justi.'e to succeed the late Graflon .Green ns the slate's, highest Judicial of- British Postpone Jew's Execution * Evacuation Order for Civilians Carried .Out In Holy Land Cities Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. Coleman sevens hostess to a Neuva chib. Mrs. H. D. Hnlforel hostess to Avnlon Bunco Club. WEDNESDAY ' , . . r ., , Mrs.Fred Rutherford' entertain- IV"' 11 "' r "° Uvo c!nm ing Town and Country Club tllc e orem °" h 'P i" >'<* »'« THURSDAY re;lion. The bilter (iisput Mrs. Lov Welf-h im.itocr. i/% Mrs. H. H. Houchin.s entertaln- iik' Mld-Week Bridge Club Thursday Luncheon Club guests f Mrs. A. a. Llltle. trie. ; Mix 3d Ihe couple guests were served buffet u-on tn ', flowers decorated the Vance Dixon are son born last Llixons Have Son Mr. 'and Mrs. he parents of ight at Walls Hospital". .Tlic. baby, who has two young isters; has not yet been named. Aary Reichel Receives / Degree From University Kiss :M2r v Rei:hel arrived home •estcrday from Fayetteville nfler e=eiving- a degree in journalism rom the University of Arkansas conclusion of the senies- s Reiihel was active in extra- lass activities, a member ol Chi ^mega, social sorority; Kopua Pi aiional art honorary fraternity; i-Kapna, national woman's journalistic fraternily and Gamma Del- nafionsl fralernity of Lutheran to the University ^ Church She ' students. Uvlheville High 3=hpol. Miss Reichel. daughter of Mr nd Mrs ; P. ; G. Reichel. motored kme .with E. : M. Terry Jr.', whom ' wilt- we<{ in a Hy Spring.- ceremony in brunel. who re-*— a $3000 .scholarship, along j Wns convinced by judges and othe illonal acclaim when she ; critics -who saw her perform at I title of -First Runncr-Up" Atlantic City ; ,iul New York City ! that she had a flair for acting and I should develop jt. ' She "completed her freshmen year I of college ,nt Southwestern Mem- I phis. At The Hospitals BLvtheviSi Huspllal Admitted, Mrs. Ivfla Moore, city. J. K. Johnston, city, J. D. Barnetl, West Memphis Ollie Carter, Cooler, Mo. R. It. Atkinson. Manila. Dismissed: J. W. Purtlc Jr.. city. Mrs. J. w. Wright, city. Teddy clay, Carulhersvillc. Charles McDermolt. city. Minnie Jackson, cily. Norma jean Dixon. city. Walls Hosprinl' suvo. -iini! Herman has won al! of his battles tlsus far by de-isive ihiiigins in the ilfousc. But i!ie coining week should solve at loau one of Georgia's political riildU-s— just he .v much support Talmudgt 1 has in the Senate. Tiie week also is :\ vital testing for the two claimants lo other die enters court for its first, judiciary tc-st. The most significant case is ti:al scheduled Friday in McDono'jgh before Sviuerior Juelge Walter C. Hcndrix on a suit filed by ex- Gov. Kills Arnall. and picked up by Thompson, lo invalidate Talmadge's rlaim to the governor's chair. Both Talmadgc and Thompson have avowed they will abide by the verdict of the judiciary. Re- uardless of Ihe decision in Ihe McDonough suit, however, lhc case' is c.xperlect to go swiftly to the Stslc Supreme Court. Mo. ' as "Miss Arkansas" will add dra- jmalics 'arid radio work to her | schedule. Though ."Becky" hat! nev- jer considered acting_bcfore placing • second in (he national'contest, she Mrs. George Roth < Miss Thclma Hov/ell Wi 11 'Be Speaker * Wfl of L " xora Man At Auxiliary Meet Mrs. George Roth or Lonokc and Little Rock, Department president of the American Legion Auxiliary, will be the guest speaker at lomor- Miss Thclrnn Sybil Howcll, daughter of Mr. and" Mrs. J. M. Hon-cll of Brooklyn, Cklu., 1^- caine the: bride of William J. bctti;i ol Luxora son of Alfred Lrrdbctter, in a ceremony .solcinn- i?cd Jan. 18 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Shanks in I,nx- ora. Tim KK\. A. B. Hill, pastor , -of Luxora I-lrst f5n])tist Church. Mrs. Roth, outstanding in aux- 1 officiated, illary work for many years, formerly made her home'in Blythcvlllo. row night's meeting O f asawba Chapter, to be Hut. 7:30 o'clock. Chick- held at the A. Ledbcttcr served "«,;""'m L" 1 ' " u " 11 -' '" D1 >" u " :vll " ! - inntron of honor and W. A. Led- HPI W H ,^ C nccom P" nlei1 by M ''S. ! letter, twin brother of Ihe bride- Helen Gallagher or Pine Bluff, stale membership chairman. The evening's program wiil include dedicnlion or ihe new tings which the local Auxilin ary now have. Mrs, H. L Halsell Mrs. Paul Wiggins will be hostesses. groom, as best man. Mrs. l.edbrtler w-as graduated from Brooklyn, Okln.. High School and now is a beautician at the Bon Ton licauly Siiop of Luxora. Mrs. Joe Evans and baby, city. Mrs. Dowitt perklns. city. Mrs. T. W. Crump, Marked Tree Virgil Jordan. Rives. Mo. Mrs. R. Chafin, Luxora. Mrs. I.loyd Falkner. Luxora. Pclc Ecolt. Manila. Mrs. Nellie May Evans, city. J. C. Lipscomb, city. Mrs. Grndy Wilson, Rives. Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted; Mrs. E. O. Adams, city. Mrs. Joe B. Rnmey, cily. W. D. Lynch, osceola. R. V. Purvis, city. H. p.. Meadows, city. Lack of Understanding Causes Oregon Student Much Un-warrantedWorry I PORTLAND. O.'C.. Feb. 3. <UP) —Gary Lee, 12", set out for school I today, reassured that he had what 1 it. takes to get promoted. • CJsry left his home Fririav and | wandered iiboul in the cold and . rain for two days because he was , afraid to KO home—his report caret ', had no "A's" on it. He left a nole } lor his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Reelaurn. that said, "I've failed. Gootfbye." When he was found yesterday his , parents explained that the unfamiliar "S" and "C" grades on liis new type report card meant "satisfactory" and "commendation" —the two highest ^raeies. Denver Air Field Placed Under Army Quarantine DENVER, Feb. 3.—(UP)—Additional medical help was being rushed to Lowry Field today by plane and train as anthorllies sought lo determine Ihe source of a respiratory infeclion which has quarantined H.Mfl officers and men. The ailment, a form of naso- Thc carp has a larger brain in proportion to its size than any other fresh-water fish, and it is capable o[ learning tricks. charyngilis. has hit more than 500 of the big army air base's personnel since its outbreak last week. Brig. Gen. Thomas M. L;we, commanding general, said 10 doctors 18 nurses and 95 enlisted men of the cMdicni Corps were being rushed to the stricken post from stations in Mississippi, Louisiana, lilhnois, Texas and Washington •Mass innoculation of most of the men was completed over the weekend. I nt thr meclmij of the Executive j iCauncil r-.nd Cir.uuy Boai'ei of the Mississippi County Division of tin; Assc::iation whit-h is to Uc held at j the Pre;.bvte;ri:i:i Chtir:h of O.sceo- i the - ia 'n;jei-3ii!osis Asso:iatio«. -.vill! Supocr will br :;e-rvcd nl the se.s- '- a ^l«:la! micsl tomorrow !)i..;!it i sion, to begin at 1 o'clock. Tuberculosis Leaders Plan Osceo/o Meeting Mrs. ChrislhiB Nect!iip:i:. ;u ' Stale ; .Means Lasting Beauty •:»? incomparable ESKA cold wave, l:noun to Am.erlca's No. 1 cold wave. Is becoming the byv or< welj grooming for more Blythevllle women eve I guarantees satisfaction in that « test curl i, ,.,„-, '«fore each wave is given .... this eliminates chan- gives sou more b C autl(ul hair immed ia t e 1 y . Am ESKA .lay, with your ha.r . . . lt , nsl , „„*„ k ^ Phone for Appointment -TODAY!- THE Clinic first Nal'l Bank Bld R . ^ Phone 3271 SEE YOURSELF AT ANY SPORT— Don't be handicapped by loose, ugly fat ... let lr> „,„„,., ....... body mto sha,« with gentle gyrowaves! There's , mec cine to " cxcrclsc ' "° I' 0 ' • • our process is a newly lilcov»ro d nnpVr a,u1 new GYRODUCE! CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP 31 1 No. Sf cond St. Phon , 2592 Feb. 3. (UP)— A hiKh government source revealed tcday that (hat Hie execution of DJV Gruner, key issue in a brew- Ing Palestine crisis, would be de- lit.vsd indefinituly. Ths execution of Oriiner, convicted monger of the Irgun Zvai Lsunn. \vi!l not take place "for some weck-i yet," iL government in- lorniant reported. The scheduled hanging provoked i.n ouijurst'of anti-British violence in tne Jewish und'erground ranks «nd led to the orders for evacuation of British wcmen and children so that "mllitarv operations" would not. ;:e impeded. The, announcement of Ihe indefinite postponement, however brou»ht lilllc relief frcm the tension "in tli'- Ho!y Land. Many quarters slid b;!i(.vecl martial law would be picclt'imcd. as ;;oon as liritish women and children had seen eva;- uateC ami the- country in effeJi wns stiippcd. for aclioii. Irgini Zvai Lcum:, .militant un- dp.'ground force t6 which Gruner belongs, swore in a broadcast that i»ll Us mem'jers were ready lo di« lo revenge him. Most of the f 00 CCO Jews in Palestine prayed . today for Oninor's soul, al Ihe rcnuest of Chief Ratbi ISHK; Herzag. T'] prayers were scheduled in. all synagogues Orth- c:!c>: Jews fasted. The high r-ourt rejected an ap- nhcation by Prank Gruner, a New Yo:k post office employe, to postpone lus nephew's execution Streets in Jerusalem were barri- ered with baibed wire and almost deserted. Three-man police and military patrols covered the citv cariymg -automr.lic rapid fire we;i- The first f-rou-Js of Brilish women and children to be evacualed under government orders left lasl mRht by air. Every British civilian was removed from Tel Aviv Bares went up in Haifa and Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Al;x- ander and daughter, Dlannc, hove gone to New Oilcans to imkc their home. Lewis nnd Vernon Woodard ol St. Louis have spent- a few days in Leachville attending to business and visiling friends. Lule Williams and daughters, ; Miss Mtixlne Williams, Mrs. Jonn- | I nic Wingfielel, and Mrs. Susie j i German, have returned home from | 'Fort Myers, Fla,, where they sepnt several days with Mrs. Lule \VII-' liams, wlio is ill. Another dau^h-i lor. Mrs. Lucille Bishop, remained I with her. Mrs. Kalhcrine Laden is ^pend- ini^ a few nionlhs in Long Beach, ; Calif., with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Dcnton. ; Mr. and Mrs. John Paltei'jwn , nnd daughters have returned from Gainsville and Howards Ridge, M'o., where they were visiting I relatives. They were accompanied home by his mother, Mrs. J. L. I'elterson. Blytheville's Baby Headquarters! The.. Tot Shop I Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. F.Cb. 3—(UP) —(USDA) — Livestock: ' - Hogs: 9,500; salable 1,500; uneven; weights 170 (o, H40 Ibs., strong to mostly 2Se higher limn average Friday at $24.15 lo $25; lop. $25. Heavier weights not established. Bidding steady. Light weights sleiidy. Sows, mostly steady to 25c higher; most good and choice 130 to 150 Ibs.. $21.50 to $23; 100 to 120 Ibs.. $18.50 to $21. Gallic: G.200; salable 5.000; calves. l.fiOO, all salable: sleer supply liberal, around 60 loads offered, mostly medium to low good dc j ccriplions. Early deals few, confined lo top medium to low goocl "kinds at S2U to $23. these weak to 50c lower than last weeks close. Shipper demand limited. . Robert Hoffman. Columbia, S. ! C., cured his stammering by mem- ;orizina lire enlire Uniled Slates , Coiistitulion of 7500 words, i r Brings MIGHTY FAST Long-lasting Relief In COUGHS due to CHEST C01DS EESHSH RUB ON Read Courier News Want Ads. Complete Beauty Service from head 'to foal! The Itcvlon Line including the new "CERTAINLY RED" —AUDHEA DUVAI.— COUNTOUKE'— DEHAIETICS Suave for men ami women THE BEAUTY BAR GLENCOE HOTEL Phone 3202 ] I Valentine Gifts GALORE! gift wrapped free Cologne and Sachets Perfume and Jewelrv for men Norcfoss Valentine C'ard.s ; Come ill and make your gift selections. The GIFT SHOP WOMEN 36-52 YEARS OLD-DO YOU SUFFER THESE FUNNY FEELINGS? due to this functional 'middle-age' cause? II you're -in your ''-iO'sV and this functional 'middle-age' period peculiar to women is causing you to •nfrer from hot flashes, nervous irritability ntic! v.cak, tired, high- slrung feeliUKs-lhen do try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. This great medicine is famous for this! Taken leeularly-Plnkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such 'middle-age' distress. Thousands have reported benefit! It's also a grand sto- machic tonic. Worth trying. VEGETABLE COMPOUND Stir's llic Inlk of lhc tiny tot clique in licr rhalk-slriprd cltainbray willi its poslrr-iize poi'kcl nnil I'c!'?^ Pan collar sweetly l;icr-lv;icc<l. An fxciliiiLily fult-skirlcd Little ^ Block original in sunshiny clay coloru. Sizes 3 lo 6x. S5.98 THE TOT SHOP 105 So. Second Phont 2308 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:43 p.m. 4 : ::o p.m. SPECIAL free Manicure with each Permanent t Hair Set or Facial from Feb. 3rd through Feb. 10th Cold Waves $10 — Sin - 50.5(1 S 6 Permanent Maehincless IVrmanent House nf SI raw Facials Call 3302 for Appointments. ARTIES BEAUTY SHOP 313 N. 2ml Last Time Today The Stranger with Eihvard G. Itobinsnn and LoreUa Young Paramount News Also Shorts Continuous ShnuTnc OeryrUv J'uesclay and \Vcdnusttiiy -^"w^v^K^tj^V^^rH-^c^^t^^^tvy^i- |;6ary Cooper M&.ZZ,. ,>4ih!^:™y«S| jsjw „™y&SS?SSx*?2s! Selected Shnrl Suhjects Conlinuous Slionini; Everyday Box Office Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starls 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. nnd Sim. Bargain Night Every Night Except Salurila.v. No passes honored on Sunday . at tlic Rosy. Last Time Today Thousand and One Nights wilh Cornel Willie nnd Kvclyn Kcycs Fo* Nrws antJ Sc-lrolrrt Shorl Tuesday and Wednesday il&sr

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