The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 11, 1947
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PAOJE TWO BLYTBBVILIJi (ARK.) COUBIEK JIJBWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1947 Recent Bride Honored With LuncheQn, Shower .fits. 'Carl D«nton, who was Miss DorpUiy Cross before her recent marriage, was complimented jester Jay ^Ith prtynchcon ^txl shower *t t'le home'flj Mr? James Tei- ry, =1028 West-Walnut, wheii Mrs, Terry, Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mrs. E !yi TSj-ry and MIS W O Guerjn weie hostesses. ifo three-course luncheon was served from the dining room table at small tables..Centering the' dlir» ing r room stable was ah attractive arrangentent of red tulips in a sfl- yer|trlnsned Voyl. p|»ce cards wa»'o attached t° small silver |n«.trlm<- med nut cups. Also^'earrylrig out the red nnU white color scheme was the corsage of red rose buds and Ircezls which marked the bride's place. Firming a setting hi the living rooip for the 18 guests were bouquets'd gladioli. Mrs. Dentori was presented miscellaneous Rifts. * T • Missionary Society Has Cncle Meetings Members of the Woman's Mlssion- ary'Sodety of'Pirst Baptist Church werti various circles of the] organization ' yesterday afternoon at their-homes! Circle Orlo met with Mrs. Melvln HaftcU with 15 members present. Pra,vers we're led by Miss CJcidella WiUiltc and Mrs, M, C. Outlaw nnd Mrs. Kendall Berry taught the Bible stufly. Mrs. Jesse Seeiiian was hostess to Circle Two. which had 12 members present:" Mrs. C. E. Johnston j!ave thejdevotional, taken from the first chapter of Psalms: Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer led In prayer and Mrs. Theodore Logan tnuchl the lesson. Mrs. Marlon WUIjama was hostess to ilO -members .of Circle Three She and Mrs. A,-, Holloman led waj'ers. Mrs. Harry. Frltzlus taught Wie. lesson. Circle Four met with Mrs. Don Haley with 14 members, Including two new members, and a guest,- Mrs. Jim Crafton, present. Prayers were led'by Mrs. Walter Bishop unfl Mrs. R. W. Woolen. Mrs.-Bishop taught the-lesson. -. '.-'•_Mrs. Tom Mabry was hostess tn 10 members of Circle Five, for'which MvsJ, E. L. Crouch lei) the devotional. Mrs, W. E. Buchanan iind Mrs. T. If. Haynes led prayers find Mrs. Roy Head E nyc the study lesson. . > / Mrs. C. S- Lemomj taught the Bible _study for Circle-Six, which met 5yit(J Mrs. Ney Hunt.' Mrs. E. E. Btevons and Mrs. Tom Jackson led prayers. . . ' Following each circle program and business session, the hostesses served Refreshments during n social hour. . ,-rrr.—' •••••, '•'.'. • *"'•»'•••• Circles Om?, Two , Haye Program Meets • • • ' ' Tjje two cycles of the Woman's Missionary Society of' Calvary Baptist:; Church met yesterday with Mrs_Lel a nd Hodge and Miss Cleo BroSley. Hits. Essie Cherry was a new merjjtier O f Circle one, wjiielr mel willg Mrs. Hodge, slid Mrs. Hazel Preroell, a visitor. Mrs! R. L. Sanders opened the session with prayer. Mrs. 6.. p.'McGee,'president;' conducted the business ses- sioif^and Mjs. Hodge gave the de- %otioiial, taken from Acts. Topics were 'discussed by Mrs Georgia Hodge, Mrs.' John Holmes. Mr^jKay smith, Mrs,-Mabel Lunsford f ~Mr{!. McOee and Mrs. Chevry. rMrs., tuns ford dismissed the groilp with prayer, following which, the-aiOEtess served refreshments.' Mrs. R'eba Priest was a' nev- nienfter of Circle Two, which me'. witl£ Miss Bradley. Mrs. \Vllso: 'led In prayer and jylrs.Bertie Vastbinder, program chairman, led th' progVam. Mrs. Jim England gavi the_devotlonal and those takln; PSTfiBf the program included Mrs P. H. Jernlgan, Mrs. Dee Webste and;! Mis. Henry McCain. Mrs Jerrtlgan dismissed the group. social hour followed the session. I Presbyterian Women Have Circle Meetings The Wonwn's Auxiliary of Presbyterian church jnpt yesterday in circle groups. . ' Mrs. J. A. Leech was hostess to 11 members of Circle One. foi which Mrs, Bill Young gave the devotional and presenter ihe pVo- gram on "Prayer", based on the Book of Islanh. Ench circle had the same program topic. Circle members presented gifts to Mrs. Hays Barber and Mrs. Ernest Mnssey, who will move soon to Walnut Ridge. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison ni>d Mrs. Roy Walton led pvny- I crs. | Mis, Heni)on Cm-Hop was lios- less ami Mrs. P. W. Whltncr, co- hostess, to Circle Two, which had 15 members present. Mrs. Harvey I T. Kldd presented the devotional and pvpgram. Eight members of Circle .Three were guests of Mrs. W.. n. Tanner. Quests Included Mrs. C. M; Oray, Auxiliary president, nikl Mrs. Jflmes Tnnrior, of Vienna, an., t'uesl of her molhcir-lii-lnw, Mrs. W. B. Tanner. Mrs. a. W. Dllla- hunty presented the program nnd dcvotlonnl. Circle Four, which meets at night, was entertained at the church by the Auxiliary. Mrs. Leslie Hooper , hnd charge of the study on Isinnh 1 presented for the 20 members at- I tending, she wns assisted by Mrs. Young, Mrs. o. w. DUlnhuiUy, Mis. D. c. McLean, Mrs. Erwln Jones, Mrs. J. E. Carter. Mrs. C. M. Oriiy a%l Mrs. E. H. Lancashire. I Refreshments were served at 'each meeting. » » * Out-of-Town Guests Entertained at Luncheon OiCEOLA, Ark.. Feb. 11. (UP) — Mfjv Tliomus P. Florida and Virginia Florida entertained with bridge surper in i:ie home of Miss Virginia Florida Siturday night in honor of Mrs. Jo;m olieets, daughter, Marie, and Miss M.iry Brown, all of Madlsonvlllc. Tenn.. nnd Mrs. J. B. Suiciding of Procter. The home was decorated wltn Spring (lowers and hearts to carry out a Valentine Day motif. The l.nble where the 20. guests were sciyod was centered with « bowl of red nnd wlille tulips. Miss Corn Lee Colemnn of Bly- thevillp won high score prize in iil- tuvnaon games and other wept lo Mrs. W. E, Hunt. Mrs. R..C. Bryan, Miss Emily Mason and Mrs. Jtplin Hale. The guesls of honor were pru- snntcd gifts. Bits of News Mostly Mrs. G. V, Da\vs lias returned home tiller visiting her mother, Mrs. A- li. Witt, in Halls, Tcnn. She went especially lor her mother's birthday. H-'! two sisters. Mrs. S. K Oanetl. of Gurtlon, an,! Mrs. George Usll, of Trenlon. also were present. 'Waller Rosemhul went lust nlghi to St. Louis, where he will attend to business until Thursday. Mrs. Krwm Jones wenl lo Warren tod! y lo b(r the guest ol Miss Miny Abernalhy. she plans lo return F/lduy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alford, ID'J Ash. have us Iheir guisls Mr. and Mrs. Hoben Sliirly and son, Robert, ol Mount Veinon, III., Mr. and Mrs. Dana Olpson ot St. Lo-.ilri and Mrs. Georgia Olpson of Denver. Colo'. StofI Sergt. Don Seuls, of the local reerultlng off!;e, is attending an adjutant-general scbool at Carlyle Barracks. Penn. He will return here in So days. Sergeant Seals, • who has been stationed here a year, Is n. veteran of six years : Army service. | Mrs. H. A. Nelson, Mrs. C. W. rial 'H nnd 'i-ii,.i.i. f . r> r*ny. wr-vr .in Memphis Saturday to 'attend 'the "Shite ot the Union" show. | Mrs. M. C. Connally was taken lo the University Hospital In Llt- j lie Hock yesterday in a Holl Fun• (jrn| Home ambulance. 1 Mrs. W. L. iKleheart of Dell Ims j returned home from Phoenix, 1 hospital. Mr. and Mrs. carl Demon returned home Sundny after spending a wedding trip In the mountains of Tennessee ai:<l visiting polnls of Interest. Mrs. Demon is the former' 1 Miss Dorothy Cross. At The Hoipifel* niyihcvjlle Hospital Admitted: Mrs. I,. E. Godwin, city. Lflioy Ua:b;r, city. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Lcburn Mlddleton, city, « daughter, tills ijiorning, Dl.smissed: llcb.Tt Wayne Npal, Holland Mo N. J. \viiit!i:y, Manlin. Coming Event* Mrs. j. c. Ellis elitetlnins Town and Country Bridge Club. Mrs. c. A. Cuiininghflin hostess loi Wednesday Bridge Club Ciiiipte: J).. p. E. o. Sisterhood, j]|U(.-tiii[j with Mrs. R. 'A. Porter 1 n'alOEk. Memphis Suburb Suffers Heavy Loss From Fir's MEMPHIS, Tcnn,, Ft>b, II. (UP) -The one-block downtown business section of Piayjcer, Memphis suburb just outside the North city limits apparently was doomed ' by rj r 'e which broke oia early tod«y iuid had destroyed four business buildings by 10:IG i(,in. ' The lire .started In n feed 'store located in Hie middle of the business block ai)d a high wind quickly spread the llnmcs to other structures. Four buildings— n feed store, fill- in« slHtlon. grocery and frozen food ville, sister of the hostess, assistect in entertaining. locker plant containing thousands of pounds of meal—were consumed In less than an hour. Two Memphis Flic Department pumpers were rushed to the suburb, but fliemtn were unable to get Iheir water hose Into action be- cnusc of no suitable water supply, Novy Recruiter Coming A Navy ncornlter will be at (he Blythpvllle Post pfflce tomprrjw to accept enlistments, It was announced today by Chief Electrician's Jvfalc W. P. Cnnlrdl, USN, of thi- Memphis ReeiUitiric; Sla. lion. More than 700 species of mushrooms have been proved edible. GIRLS! WOMEN! TRY THIS IF YOU R! II Do female functional monthly dls- ' l nervous, nwke you feel , f-'iK«ty, cnnkty, to tired and 'drag- C-Hi out'— at stivh limes? Then do try Lydla E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Compound lo relieve such i. . tains. H's/amo«s for this purpose I Taken regularly - Plnk.liiun -. Compound lielpji build, up iv~ii mice against such distress. An Dial's the kind of product you should'buy. Thousands have reported benefit! Worth trijiny. (.**+*'* VtGETABLE l&tflQ COMPOUND Livestock to $1 lower; harrows nm|- extreme top Later sales KT. i.OUIS NATIONAL STOCK- AR»S, Feb. 11. lUI't — cUSDAi — Livestock: .Ions 9.000, salable 8.000: uneven; weights 170 )bs. nnd up and sows 25u to .Me lower Uinn average Momlc^ luler trade slow at full decline. Lighter weights SOc bulk 170 to 270 Ibs. Kilts 25.50 lo 25.75; 2S.B5 far few lots. ., iirnuiul 2S.SO; 130 to 150 Ibs. 22.50 lo 'H; 100 1,0 120 Ibs. 19 to 21.50; Hood 270 Id 500-lb. sows 21.25 to 22; Jew choke. 22.25; heavier weights 211 to 21. Cuttle 4.:)00, salable 4,000; calves 1,800. all salable; about 40 loads of Mecr.s on sn)c with cows making ii|) approximately 25 per' cenl of receipts. Trade generally steady with Monday, but lacking some a( the briskness of that (lay, with demand less aggressive from shipper interests. Several loads and lots of .low good to average good steers 22 ,1.6 '23.75; some loppy good kinds 24.50 to 25; good heifers and mixed .yearlings around 19.51) to 22; medium to low good 15 lo 19; common and medium beef cows 11.25 to 14. Holland, Mo., Girl Enters Hospital in St. Louis Clmrllne Sutton, flvc-ycur-old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Button of ncnr Holland, wen I to St. L'ouls today to undergo another treatment for tuberculosis or Die pelvis from which she has suffered since u baby.. She was 1 accompanied lo St. Louis by her father, nnd E. H. Ford, who arranged for her trenlment, last October, since that lime, she hns *!ECn in n cast. Her condition is Improved. Mrs. Florida Hostess With Bridge Luncheon OSC1SOLA, Ark.. Feb. II,-Mrs. Andrew J. Florida enterluinof! Saturday at Granite Cove with a bridge luncheon compllinenllng Miss Ghar, line Massey, bride-elect of w W I Watson in in another of a surleS of affairs being given in her honor. A pink carnation corsage- marked the uride-lo-be's place. Among Ihe. If! guests were Miss Massoy's mother, Mrs. L. U. Massey and an aunl, Miss Hnth Mnssey.' ' The main dining room I able \vtis draped with 1111 Italian culwork cloth and cenlereil with an arrangement of white snapdragons and carnations. The bride-elect's table was nlio centered with pink ' and white. . Pink and blue carnations and wedgewood irises deeoraled enter-' taining rooms, j In'bridge games, hiyli r&, ro prize I was awarded Mrs. Miissey, low went lo Mrs. Dune Fergus and cut consolation to Miss Clmrllne Massey Mis. Sam H. Williams of Hlythc- ?TA Purchases Shades for School' The Lcachvllle Parent-Teacher Association lias purchased window 'hades for the auditorium of Leachville High School. The shades lie of recent, design and have ad- lustmcnts not found on similar ihadcs before the war. Mrs. w. L. Bryant is president ol he Leachville PTA. ATTENTION VETERANS! If you served oversells, you should join the V.K.IV. noiv! Mrclirigs every Wcilncsday nijhl, 7:30 :it UIB \Vclcnknnip Coltun Oflicc. Bring n vctcr.ui with yen,. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Fan-Is MrCallu, Ckimmamlcr ?-'':UA ?Vf i'v-'l'&it -I'..C"» A Valentine - Comes to Memphis Auditorium An assbrlnicnt for every taste A package for every occasion Memphis' First Big Time Ice Show CHOCOLATES 6T AN DA ftp CANDY CO.. NASHVILUE . B1RHIK9NAM 'I'oinori-ow, VVednciidny, Kebniiiry 12, i.s another Hairy Krit/.iu.s "Browsing Day." Amoiijf luindrods ol' Hcarcu ilcni.i wo offer you: 1. Plenty of oilcloth. 2. Really fine "Fgctag" cotton prints. 3. Soft, snowy wh|te long cloth. Good grade brown domestic, "Fieldcrest" part linen toweling. 81x108 sheets. Pillowcases. Good wash cloths. "Fieldcrest" towels. Extra special—Men's full cut, sanforized, heavy cotton jumpers. Worth $3.50, this one day, $1,75 each. •%4i— A 10<;; CASH DiyipENJ) CEHfiFfbXTF POK KVEKY CUS'J'OMEK WHO KNTKRS OIJK STORE \\hcrovor your .you are, whoever you are, nmke \ye(|nestlay 'Fritzius Browsing DjjyJ! ..y-ni, w ill find YOUl"sT?)RFr y f. lha " ° !l ^^^^» is re«ily 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. "Your Blytheville Fieldcrest Dealer Across from jRice-Stii on West Main NO MORE PAINTING Genuine rirtiiroof Asbeslris ur heavy Insulated Hrirh on your home. NO MONKV DOWN * N'O MOK'I'RACill ' 1'IIA :! YKAItS TO 1'Ay s K.MAI.I. 1'AYMENTS. w your Itonif warm in the wiiilpr, (ropier in the summer. FREE ESTIMATE Call or Write P. A. STRUMPP, Goff Hotel TURKISH BATHS Warm, InvlgorntliiK and really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say nhout these wonderful turk- Isli baths at Artie's lienuty Slio]). Yon will feel better instantly and poundage so easily and so fast—you'll be umazed as will your friends! It's a lurkish tath al Artie's for real re.sulls! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. .Second I'lione 3202 Missing Viiloiitiiio's Day Loaves A Story Untold. I'lacc Your Flower Order Now! KEMEMHKR IIKIt ' ALLEN'S FLOWERS •112 Cltickasawha FLOWERS - - •.Are Ihc Very Hear! of VALENTINE r.ucky Valentine! Whctlier shc's sister, mother, wife or best Kirl, flowering HyactnUis will [{ivc her i>lcnsuro. Is she n glamorous iophistl- cale? Give her Orclilcls, ciueoii of nil dowers, to wear on her valentine ilnte wllh you. Spicy, fragrant. CarnRllon.i, nrrnngcd with artistry In n shell like bowl. A gltt for ihs moment and—Inr alter. Is the ii tirl who always &avx "maybe"? A clulntj- corsaKe of frngranl Hoses may lie]|i her be mnre rtcdnltc. If she's sweet nnd dcmuie, like the "girl who ninrriccl dear old Dnd," make her your valentine with nn old (nsli- toned Nosegay. The Flower Shop Complete Beauty Service from head lo ("<><>( '- Tliu Hcvlim Line including the neiv "CKKTAINI.V KKD" --AUD11EA IIUVAI^- COUNTOURK'— Suave for mf'i anil women THE BEAUTY BAR OI.ENCOE HOTKL I'iionc W. Adult and Children's VALENTINES GOOD SELECTJON The . Tot Shop MARKED FOR DEATH! W SAN QUENTIN" presents "THE SCAR" o dramatized TRUE radio crime story from the files of . WARDEN LEWIS E. LAWES Continuous Shows livery IJjiy I!ox Office Opt'ns 1 :« Show Starts 2:00 LISTRX TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 'LISTEN TON IGHT 5 =30 P .m. KLCN See "Pan Quentin at theU M>-n- Tuesday and Wednesday Gel New Super-Strength ivith Easy-Chair Riding BARTON KoctANE MAHJAN CAS8 JOE DEV11N -;~X HARRY SHANNON CAROL FORMAN iscJcctcd Short Subjects Continuous Siio\Tinp Kvcrjda? Coming to the Ritz Feb. 18, 19, 20 and 21 BY DAYTON "The Jolson Story" (In TeclimrolDr) [,arry I'nrks tn your fires Kes in the strcnffthof the cords under the Autocrats give you 6-ply rating. This is achieved by Haytcx Furtified Cords of n military truck type, far .stronger than those used in ordinary rayon automobile tires. You get a smooth, cosy-chaff ride since <*n1y J plies of this r.iipcr-strongth cord are needed to give Autocrats tins (J-ply Htrengtli. Sure, qui<k straighl- line stops. Toe-acliun head \vith liinulrods of co^s, l)ites through road film for positive control of your i-ar. Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarls 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. anil Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. N'o passes honored on Sunday at Hie Itoxy. Tuesday and Wednesday notmr,r. FI;ATIIRK /TIRESAyX flagtnn gr> of a Ooj'lo.-i Deafer THE TIRE FOR 1% OF TODAY'S MOTORISTS MAKE A DATE WITH DAVTOM AT T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 131 E. Mqin Phone 2122 UWRtNCE T ANHE TIERNEY-JEFFREYS« DlittliO i., FJ-; FOStS • So,., tu, i Lowell Gilmore

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