The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 4, 1947
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Mr ',- gCf'>4'>AG|J TWO i • y - gfYTHBVILLB CARK.) COURLBK NKWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 19-17 Miss Wtight Will Be Bride of Tennesscean Ah.-ajinouhcenieni of wide Interest ts thdt madd by Mr. and Mrs Ire : R.';.Wright 'of Osccola of the •engagement.of Ills sister. Miss Era. Vsiiolg'Wright, to Hotace J Coffer of Trl/tjtye, Tenn The wedding will be solemnized in early. Summer. Mtes" Wright is the daughter of the Inte Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wright of Trimble, where she resided be- foie conll'.ig lo niythcvllle 20 years ago.\ ' W.cli-fenbwii in -business circles, she long lias been associated with Miss Whilsllfs Shop. Mr. Coffer is owner and operator of a mercantile business In Trimble, where'they-will make their home, Supper Is Discussed At W S. CfS.' Meet Will Attend Concerts In Memphis, Jonesfjoro Music activities oiitslde the city tills week which a number or Blytheviile people plan to attend art Hie concert tonight In Memphis featuring James Melto'i, fam- OUB tenor vocalist, and the Russian Concert with Don Cossack ni\-\ Ills Chorus Sunday afternoon In Jonesboro. Going to hear James Moiton t<i- nlKhtl will be Mr. lind Mrs. Fainu-r Qigland, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. O!<i Jr.. Mr. and Mrs, W. L. Homer, Ivfr. and Mrs Kltcoi Kirby uiul Mr. mid Mrs. R. n. Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. England aim will attend the concert In Jorc-Fb'jro Sunday afternoon, which will ))/• held nt 3 o'clock nt J College. Also ))lun)iing lo B o are IMr. n:ul Mrs. Wilson Homy :u.n !son. Jimmy Henry, Mrs. Cecil (Wrolcn, Curroll Evans, Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Homer. Mrs, L. S. linrtzcg, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Kniul- scn. Miss Delia Pintle, Mrs. a. c. Owens, and others. The Jonesboro concert Is MI-J first In a series for this eea.son. Bits of News Mrs. B. B. Wilson had guests this weekend her WIUoiij and Mrs./Wlls olin Many Pupils Perfect in Attendance i Studr-nts wllh pej-fccl attendance' j icfords for ihe lirsi .scmc.stei- r'twu' l)i'ck! 1!lytllcville H| 8'' School have bei;n iiw _ ......on m' Hdl- i nnil '"""-'<'tl by Miss Rosa HaiMy. land, Mo., mid Jonn lUuc'e Wll..o>i. | )>r j! 1 . < " 1 " 11 ' • .... student HL ArkrmmiG state Colh-i,: c '"' ls an l-o»ella Alley, La .run, JciioEboio, lil.s guest, Mbi l':it,< A . mr! 0 Marjorlu Cagle, Junniti UiBSllei" and her daut'htei' M'fi' l " cr<It - '-' l!l1 " Freeman. Misl'.i, To Appear in Ice Follies Mary Kmlly Wilson of Memphl.-:. and her gitcsl, Sidney ftl'.-n<v, iil.«:j of Memphis. Ocorge W. Harhani spent yo.ster- ] day in Memphis, where he; a case In Federal court. Mrs. Kvori-lt H. Ore l-.'ft momlng for Fall where was e to Hill. I' Hudson. Shirley Kh a;, I Hull) Ku-cli, ttorulhy, Knthryn Mnrlin, Mniiun Mayes. !}art-:ira Monoulii'.n. Mary Nabers, Hamonn ,,,...,' Ji ' m!llmn - ''"lay l'°l»-'. Be'.ty j i Held, Dorothy riice, Thelinn Rice I'li-ii 1Jt -' Uy ''• ol! g«is. E.nmn Shook, -r ' Hr-lly J. Stiles. Martha Traylor, hvi'iy performance or the lavish new Ice spectacle "Holiday on i-e" rcmin:; to the Memphis Auditorium Peb. H reaches n thunderous flnaic This includes "A Bit of Scotch." Betty Atkinson and the GUi-not-r- - Ii-ci-:; combine to bring the ..vcnlii;. to ., glorious finish Altar Society Meets The supper they will serve V , Finance Campaign committee members Iriday nighl was discussed yesterday afternoon at the \Voman s Society of Christian ' Service ul L3ke Street. Methodist Chnroli meeting at the • church. Ms. W. L. Green gave the devotional, followihg which Mrs.! Mis Philip Robinson George Crews led S. prayer. 'Mrs. Paul Qrcenwcll were George. M v siilwell, president, had l!lst - night charso'of the, .business session, dur- ' S-clety in ing which - -reports were made by. Church of _thc treasurer and various commit- pepllon. "tees. Mrs. R. H. Hood was a gilest.' Mrs". Jerry Poe. and .Mrs. hostesses to the catholic Al'.ar thc Rectory of the Hie Immaculato cv.n- called by>ho'dea<,]'i M ; tr - v .''• 'I'mylnr, I'oiBy VanWlriMe! The Cession was fl'jjotiined with-Ducted the business sess uy Mis A S Dccn • » » Methodist Group Has Monthly Business Meet The. - monthly business 1 meeting of,the Woman's Society of Christian 'gerv'ice of Fli-st '.Methodist Church niet yesterday afternoon at 1 the church. Mrs. James C. Guard gave the devotional, "Stewardship of Children," Mrs Hugh Wlnlsitl, president, conducted the business session, fol- low.iig vhlsli Mrs ^V^A BtlckmSu d'smlssed the group vWh prayer. Mrs: Scherer Hostess To! Royal Neighbors Mrs Leon Scherer was hostess Us{ nleht to the Bljtheville Chapter,of Royal, 'Neighbors of America. During the business session, the prcftip voted to rpansor Mrs. Sarn Ojjc as an attendant at the State meeting for deputies ot Royal .Netenbofs, ivhlbh will be next Menda! -in Little Rock. Mrs. J. D. Ei'ksdale, oracle, conducted trie bu<5riess session 'fjhe hostess served refreshments. Baalist Women Meet At, Church Yesterday M s E E Stevens gave the de- vouorpl, "Seven Sayings on the Crdss," yesterday afternoon at the Wqp,-i's Missionaiv '3o:icty of -First Baptist Church business meeting; at the church. Mrs Marion Williams hid charge of Jhe meeting which opened with relating of the watchword and fi Iiylnn. ijrayers were led by Mrs. E. Wopdion and Mrs. E. C. Drown. Biirhday Party. Honors Ronnie Fay Etchieson Ifonnis.Fay Etchieson was three years old Saturday and to celebrate the occasion, her mother, Mrs Po^ Etchieson, entertained with a birthday party. Ronnie Fay and her friends were served birthday caka by Mrs. Etchie- Rev. J. Francis McDeviH, pastor, i opened th c mmiug with nr.iyeri mid dismissed the IB members I with prayer. i • • • Mrs. Moore, Mrs. For. Entertain With Party Ml*. Mike Thcmie of Manila was honored Friday afternoon vlth a party at the home of Mrs. fames Moore when she and Mrs. Billy Fox were hostesses. Assisting in receiving the o:! pipst.-, were Mrs. Clcve Hultoii ii-.vl Mrs. Milton Towles. Mrs. t Hazel ind Charge of the guest book. Mis, Ethel Wilks of St. Louis, house; :uest of Mrs. H D. Alston, wns an out-of-town guest. Glfis of while and pink canin- tlon coi-sages were presellte I the guest of honor and those assist Ing the, hostesses. A crystal bowl filled with pink roses and lorn decorated the luce covered table from whlcji. refreshments were served niid arrangements of pink and red roses we're placed throughout. euleria;n- IIIR rooms. Mrs. w. E. Lowborn conducted the evening's entertainment, during which games and contests wi-re played. Mra. Melvin Downing uud M Alson assisted in serving refreshments .of a sandwich plate with coffee. of her brolhcr-iii-law. W. II. ton. Mrs. C. W. Affllck left :o;lay for Charlotte, N. C'.. to lit wH:i her mother, Mrs. T. II. {'liviimops, who is convalescing from a mnjur 0]i"ration. Mr. and MJ-S. Fred McOln'" and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnsrni and daughter, linth, siieul Sun l.iy in Mem])hLs. Mr. and Mrs. u. S. BUin'iensUi!) and children, Clmrley Kuth ami ICoehlc;-, and Mr. and Mr.i. D. w ! Crawford of ncll were gnesls r.i ' Salem this weekend or lh» Ruv.T c ' 'vnnd Mis. L. K. I'r.e Julia Mary ^; - and Mrs. her. tin arrangement Roben Wade, who of hearts cen- llsiin, riirincrlvi "'.' cf Dell, where he was oi , ' y Dnll Methodist Churcli. ' | Hcm-y Miss Kny Thomas Is home from the University of Arkansas, Fay- ettevllle, where she Is a student, to be the guest a few days betwefn semesters of her aunt and uncle. Mr. nii<| Mrs. Warner Hawkins. Mrs. C. V. Seabaugh unclerwcnt a major operation this morning at Blvlhevl'.lc Hospital. Mrs. Lloyd v^ Wise lias returned home after spending a week in Tuscaloosa, Ala., as the guest of her .son, Lloyri Wise, and Mrs. Wise. J. J. Bryant, who is employed n St. Louis, was here with Mrs. | Bryant for the weekend. Mrs. liry- j nnt accompanied him to Blv;lu'- ! vllle after spending a brief" visit i with him in St. Lonis. ' i Carolyn Wade, Martha Cpiil McDiTinoU, Nancy i: Betty Ilaiber, Hcna Bailey, Woodson, Mildred Meador, IDowdy and Palrlcla Hay, : Buys with perfect attcndnivc records were churlBs Ashby, Rob:-rt. Ciaflon," Hilly Gann, Cal Oosir't, Bill Hamilton. Billy jmnos, Sa'ni Johnson, Bobby Kcwnce, Ilic)ier<i lAiin, Kobhy Miillvn, Don I'el';) Jacky Phillip, Howard Ficiblns-W Johnny Wilson, Uuforcl VOUIIH, Roy Dnilh, Cm-roll rvuns. nil] r<j*l : ,Max Guiley, William Joyncr, Jumc-s B I,:in<-:i.s!]lrc, Dan Caldwell i;iil William.',. Jerry Morgan, Howi.ul C. (J. Redmnn, Jimmy and Charles Owens - and l ! alsy Kuth Hayncs. v.i.Mo At The Hospitals Itlyllicville Hcispltul Admitted: Mrs. B'tid Worlhnm, Mniilln Mrs. Aimb Rose Thras'u.-, city Mrs. c. B. Fowler. Mali: l j atsy Calclwell. fit. 2. Mrs. c. V. Seabaugh. city. Carol Dolores Mills, city. Dismissed: J. E. Johnson, city. Mrs. I'.av Jones and baby at. Mo. K. I . Atkinson, Manila. fUnti I)orG;<onii, Leachvi 1 .!?. Walls Hospital Ifornia. Mrs. liyrd and their son, Carl Jr.. plan to Join him soon Mrs. Crockett Wright is recuperating at her home after imdcr(;o- ing n major operation nt St. Bernard's Hospital In Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur rtjwinan and children, of Flint, Mich. arc the KUOSIS of Mr. and Mrs. John Russell. Osceo/o Baptist Women Hove Meeting at Church Mrs. H hod a Ashnbrnnnci-. city.' Mis. Dalton Fowlston, cily Ci. R. Griffin, city. A. E. Bennett, nt. 3. OiOECL'A, Ark., Jan. 4.- Com-j Osceola NeWS bined circles of the Woman's Mis- i Mr. and Mrs Claud slonary Society of the Chui'ih met for their leg incss session yesterday at Ihe clnu-=h. Plans were made lor vacation Bible E-'chool which \ held in June during the Iness session of whi:h Mrs. G.isL-oe, president, had charge -Mis. Dwighl Blf,:kwood gave devotional. " Baptisi. la^ v .bvv tterii^o bits- parents of a son born 'alls s Hospital !!' --B: "'iMT" ., !J?W |i»««t>. : -i«*gJjjSgis^ BtWs'.hDriig: toJrnpSrt Hogan : are Sunday' Father of Quints Receives Note Demanding Cash MAi? DEI, PLATA, Argentina, l-'cb. 4. (U.P.)—Police virtually barricaded the hotel residence oi the famed Diligent! quintuplets today after the children's parents received a 110(0 threatening abduction of one of the quints unless' the father deposited 512,5011 in a Buenos Aires poslofficc. Thc extortion note demanded that Millionaire Franco DlllgonU' deliver Die money in a package to be made available Thursday 1.1, the general delivery window or a downtown branch of the capital i l>ost office. " ; Diligent! and his wife, Mrs. Ada Ave-rsano Diligent!, Informed Mar. 1>1 pluta police of the extortion note novel-Mi days ago but the .threat was not disclosed until yesterday wlicu police in the federal r-apital were called in. The quints—three girls .in:l tvo j boys—wore born June 15. 1943,! and arc now a little more than :>, I 1-2 years old. They aie Maria j F..iter, Maria Fernanda, Maria! Christina, Carlos Alberto and yrm- i :[Uito—or Franco, Jr. [ The Diligent! quints and Can- [ uda's celebrated Dionne ijirls ;,re the only known set of quints today. Fire In Hong Kong Fata! for 100 HONG KONG, r. t ;j. 4. (TJ p )_ Ail estimated loo Chinese died ol asphyxiation today when fire .,ut- Ud thc river Ktoamcr SiV.r.-i an hour before It was due. L.) leave its dock for Canton. * Police <naid it was difficult, tti ascertain the c:-:nct. niunb.-r ,)! dead. They counted CO boj!<5 already removed from th« charrM Gateway Service Sta. Buildsrs of Guaranteed Generators and Starters Phone 983 J. O. Lent* Dub Sisemore A. tlie-, New Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. Fred Hntherford entcrt.".!:;- ing Town and Country Club THURSDAY Mrs. -Loy Welch hostess to Oc- tette club. GNU Club meeting with Mrs Byron Nails. . .Thursday Luncheon Club guests of. Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs. E- R- Lancashire hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Harold Hinson entertaining Jolly Eight Club. FRIDAY Chapter N, P. K. O. Sisterhood, meeting at thc home of Mrs. L!oyd £tickmon, Die West Walnut, 2 ' o'clock. CBc Club meeting with Mrs. - terfd the tabls to carry out a Val- enfjne motif. Each yuest \ras given a fcvor. ' I' ... Hot Springs Girl Wed TctJ.W. Stalling* JJiss Nada Lizotte, daugbter of MrJ and Mrs. John B. Lizotte ot Ho t Springs. ta=came the bride of *! J. V/. Stalllngs of Blytheville in a osremoHy Jan. 25 in Hot Springs ThJ Rev. Jesse Reed, pastor of Park .Place Baptist Church, officiated. Mrs, Stallings was graduated frorri Hot Springs and was active in the Orqer of the Rainbow for Girls Mr. Stallings, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Stallings, is fc veteran of three years service in the Marine Corps Institute. t • • ,,™ e .! €laves of a maturt maple treij will manufacture 3630 pounds of carbohydrate^ In a single siim- Paul Byruin. Dcrcas Sunday School Class ot First Baptist Church meeting at the church, 12 noon, for Quarterly luncheon.' Fidclls Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Roy Head at her home Highway 61 South: on TRY MANHATTAN ! FINER COFFEE AMERICAN : LADY • CANNED FOODS Found erf Meetings Blythevillc Choral Society meeting tonight at thc Woman's Club :30 o'clock, with Mrs: Wilson Henry conducting rehearsal. Miss Bcirliam Named On College Honor Roll Miss Shirley Barham of Blytheville, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Uarham. is one of tin; top- ranking students on Ihe first semester honor roll at William Woods Mo., when- she College. Pulton, senior. Miss Darhani is majoring in will present her Senior -IHK the coming semester. Mr. siul Mrs. Trl Tongatc have tlieir guest M:s. Birnes. of York City, who arrived yes- lerday in Memphis by plane. She was motored to Osceola by Mr and •M •:.-;. ToilRnte. • • ; Mi-: and Mrs. David Laney are spcndinu a few days in Camden with r Mr. Laney's inolhcr, Mrs Den I/-^ rey Sr. Charles T. Coleinan is spending n vacation in Avon Park, Fla. J. W. Taylor and his mother, Mrs. Alvls Taylor, spent Severn! dnys last week in Dooneville. where Mr. Taylor underwent a physical checkup. MissIniQgeiicShueinnkcr of Stutt- hulk. Witnesses said .the p'lv/'iigc.s were trapped below decks and fiut- focnU'd because all portnoos arai pa.'sai'eways were blocked by iron bars as an anti-piracy mf.'.Miiv. It was bslleved tha fir; tUu-lf.: amidships where oil ami kerosene weie stored and rjuickly eiiguKra the vessel In flames be:Vo uie lower deck ptissengers could !):• evacuated. • The Salon, a. 2,000-ton chip, was operated by the Tungon fiteamslii.o Co. Memphis Auditorium Feb. U thru 21 aj U:30 — Mai. Sim, i*:;jo aiAJL OIIDKKS Sena Chec'ri, Addressed and i>taitti)bci Envelop — lat and -Mil Ctioicu Dale-:: Trn:c3 Inc. Tax • S3.00 $].8Q S!JO $1.20 1 w*- i«fc mm sic with special lessons""on Ihe'orl ^ 1 s tlH -'e»«' "' l«r parcni;." M "r. San. She will present Betiy Woodson Honored Miss Betty Frances daughter of Mr. and \: Woodson. is among the sHidenls I lier br. lyhri made the Dean's List lor l:iu | rnmlly. first semeotev at Virginia Intei-i mont collrge. Bristol, where j-hu • Is a froshman. | Miss Woodson fist spring from School. and Mrs. T. T. Shoemnker. D:-. L. Hovvlon lias joined How-ton tn Winter Haven, Flu.. i There she is spending her vacation. He was nccompanied by R. H. Junes I and John Thweatt. j Mrs. Sobinn Killan of St. Loui* ! has --• • returned to her home after ling several days ns guest of John T. Hhoads and Manila News was ;:r,v.linileci; Carl B yr ,| ],as gone to Berkeley. Blylheville H'uh' Calif., where he will be a student n'. Ihe university of Southern Cal- 1 Mother's Friend massaging preparation helps bring case and comfort to expectant mothers. •YfOTHER'S FRIEND, an exquisitely ^GSS^W 1 ^!^^ mu^»<> vn^ium m s!sin jubricatlon cant. Do try It Mother's Friend ^^%^«% tj^^ " -. ~>> •• ^i- Ai^S; -&?' DREIFUS Tl HfRJi'llS .IM) \VEST \1,U\ SI t MTTNCVAU, MIMTtU* A lliainnnik H'oHd Sho VALENTINES Adult and Children's GOOD SELECTION The Tof Shop 105 So. 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