The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 14, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 14, 1947
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* LYT HEVILLlt (ARK.) COUK1ER NKW8 Mrs. Denton Honored At; Miscellaneous Shower Leonard Thomas Oldharn Miss Martin Will Wed Mis Cart Denton. tile former Miss Darjjthy Cross, was complimented lost, night with another of f> series* of social events being given In hcr'tipnoi since her rcceiit innirirtgc whfn Mrs Dick Wfttsori, Miss Ixm- niejlnrgelt and Mrs. Ted Lyster en- tefttiincS at the home of Mrs. Wnl- Eon'antl Mrs. Lystsr's mother, Mrs. JorCn Baurland, 1139 West •Walnut. The 20 guests Included the bride's mother, Mrs. r George Cross. Mrs. Cliff Bunting was In charge of the guejt book-. x The living-room fireplace mantel was? attractively decorated In pink and[ white with white ribbon bows, a crystal bowl ot pink cm-nations and glowing pink candles arranged with greenery.: Miscellaneous gilts were presented to the guest of honor in the popular "treasure, hunt" manner, when sho was given hints In verse of places where her gifts were hidden. The evening's entertainment included a radio quiz game mul music quiz game. Prizes were won by Miss Alice Saliba, Miss Eutopin Whitworth and Mrs. M. p. Brownie? of D?ll; Mvs. Williams Reviews Book at PEO Luncheon Mrs. Marlon Williams reviewed the. tool: "East River" by Sholer.i Asch Wednesday at the luncheon meeting of Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood, at the home of Mrs H A Porter, 1309 Ash. , Blooming plants • decorated the home. Assisting Mrs. ' Porter in serving the buffet luncheon were Mrs. William Uiwshe and Mrs. Her- moii Carlton. - * » « Bunco Party Honors Mr. and JWrs/McGhee Thirty . guests enjoyed buneo games when Mr. and Mrs. William Wjjatt entertained Wednesday evening at their hoinc In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs."Fred McOlice, wlio will leave this weekend to make then- home in .Hot'Springs. Hleh score prize among-the women? went to- Mrs. Mcdhbe; men's high to Wag'fier Adams and Lravcl- mtj prize to Harold Smith. •the Pathfinder Class .of First Msthodist Cliurch, of . which Mr. r.nci Mrs. McGhee lire members, chose this occasion Id present the guests of honor with a gift. A salad plate .was - served. Mb. Blake'rflore^Hostess Tci Jolly Eight 'Members Heart and Valentine (K'cornlions carried out the Valentin? Day thimc yestcrcliw nfta-noon nt the Jojly Eight'Ciu'o parlv when Mrs Neville Blakemore was hostess at her home 'on. West Ash. ' I In Barries," high-%cor c prl« went. tofMre.vsJ.S p'.l Huey-and second nigh lo Mrs-rRichard Prichard. Hcbko prize was won by Mrs T W.,; Ooforth. '•: • The hostess served refreshments. t * •• i G|0 Club' EnteVtaihed ^Irs. George, Cunningham entertained mefiibsrs of the GNB club and one other guest, Mrs. Alvin Lane, yeslerdny afternoon with a party. ; Mrs. Sterling f.lsc Martin, «'-U West Main, today announced Hie engagement (if lu-r ilauithU-r. Miss Vlrgliilu Martin, fo Leonard Thomas Glfihajn ol Blylheville nnd Steels, MO. Date am, plans lo:' Ihi 1 wedding .will be announce:! li.'.er. Miss Mirlln, dau^liler of Urn inte Or. Ma:lm, Is a incmb?r ol 3. pioneer Mississippi Comity iam- ily. She was graduated from Bl'.'- thcville High School and attended the University of Mississippi. Oxford, where she participated in many student u.'tlvltles. for the pz U year, she IIIH '.icon connected with Swift and Crmipnnv Oil Mm here. Mr. OldlTani Is the ton of Air. ami Mrs. Fred i,. Oldhahi ol Sleele. *A veteran of four years service in the Army Air Corps, he seive;! as commercial transportation agent in thi Rail Transportation Department. He is a member of Blythevlile Junior Cbamtx-r of Commerce nnd is employed al Phllli;:s Motor Cnmp.iny :n sules munnghr. Three Are Hostesses With Bridge Luncheon CSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. H.—Arrangements of red nzallns and cy- cleninn were used throughot the living room and dining room us a background for the bridge luncheon given Wednesday afternoon bv Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs c. E. Dean and Mrs. watlirn ' Prewin i Sr. at the home of Mrs. Driver on Wcsl Scmmes. ; The Valentine Ihcnie was ear-! ried out In tallies when th-> y>\ gucsls played bridge. Mn. W. i/l Mason won high prize, Mrs Hiirt- sll Banks, second high. Mis. R. c Bryan, third and Mrs. Leon Sullivan, low. ; Mrs. John Sheets. daughter.! Marie, and Miss Mary Brown ol t Madlsonville, Tcnn.. were presented boxes of Marieria handkerchiefs j as plfts. Herbert N. Gwearengen Jr., who has besn associated with his father In Ihn cotton industry since his return from Ihe aimed forces, resumed his studies nt University of Arkansas, Fayetlevllle. He and Mrs. SweareiiKcn will make their home there, where they have an apartment. Mrs. Swcarcngcn Is the former Miss Carolyn Peterson. Mrs. L.:>y Welch returned Ihls morning from .St. Louis and Allo:i, 111., where she lm;; been vlslliiis for several days. * J. N. Waters of l,lttb Rock lins Seen In 13i.vt!ievll!o atlc-ndlnj; lo business for the past two days. Max Held :ind Circuit Judge Zul 1». Hiin-fs-jn are ritleiidlnj; business In Faycttevllle todny. Mrs. {,. 1). Cimtiiblin. accompanied by Miss June Cnstllo, left today lor Knyctlcvllle, where tlicy will bo weekend guests of Mrs. CliamWin'.-j sons, Jack Cliamblln. and familv, and Don Cliamblln, both student-; at tlie University of Arkansas Or., E. V. Hill bus returned twin a three weeks vacation at Port Mvers and other points in Ploridr.. Mrs. Sylvester Crawford of Tor- rencc, Oallf., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry Taylor. an.\ Mr. Taylor. Preston Matthews and Ted Belleville have returned (o their homes after having been the guests of Mr. Matthews' sister, Mrs. John O. Bourland, and family. Eight from B/ytJieyj/fe hi FayettcYille Attending High School Band Clinic . fUythcvllle High School students who are in FayeUcville to a'lend Uic annual hluli scliool band clinic «(. th3 University of ArknnMis, n| nn to return tomorrow. Those lining to (lie clinic, which opened yesterday, included from Blythevllle: Hill Williams, Jim-ny Lowe, Ttiomas :iell, Mary Lou ,Joyner. Marilyn Decn, Joanne Shanks WiHoBone Dawa and June Buchanan. They were accompanied by n.iml Muster Karl Wadcnpfulil. The local lil!(h school group w ->s amuni; aoo picked nurilclans from the high school lands of the star, '.o partlcliiale In the two-day clinic' which Is sponsored by the" Arkansas School Hand and Orchestra Assol ciutlon. Carlelon Sten-nrl, presldenl of tin; National Scliool 'Hand Association and director o( the high school band at Mason City, Iowa, Is in flunge of the clinic, n. li. Watsnn or Pine niufl is president of tile Arkansas School Hand and Orchestra Association. Wallick of Monlicello is secretary. Record Crowd Expected At 'Woman/ess Wadding' A record attendance is expected tonight at the "Woinanless Wed- rfine" stance! bv Sudbury Prirent- Tcacher Association and crowning of a king and queen of the school ° ^J^i" '" thc Sudbury school Club Is Entertained With Buffet Supper 08CEOI,A. Ark., Fob. M.-Mcm- bets or the Osceola-Luxora BndKC Club were ciilertnlncd Tuesday nlgiil with a Ijulfct supper Ijy Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Uryan at their country home. ..Valentine favors and decorations were used. Women's high score prize went to Mrs. Joe- Hires and- hluli men's score to Mr. Hires. Mrs, John Sheets, her daughter Miss Marie Sheets, nnd Miss Miirv Brown of Mndisonvllle, Tcnn'. played with ihe members. They were presented gifts by the IioM and hostess. A>t. ^' D ^T~ /V1USIC Program GlYCrt 3aliba. dauuhter of Mi-, and Mrs. Fred s. Saliba, nnd Jerry tAitz, son or Mr. and Mrs. Don «Uitz, will be crowned "King and Queen of Sudbury School." Both are first K i- iV: i e students. Thc court will be made up of participants In the contest. Proceeds for the program, wlilc'i will include two presentations of the wedding, at 7:3o o'clock and 8:30 o'clock, w i|| be used for Sudbury School development artf- improvement. lipuphrey and lo^ 1 to Mrs. Cun- Jngham. • "His hostess served a dessert plate. Former Blytheville Girl Wed to Arthur F. Baldus M °7v CEOLA " Ark., Fab. J.I..-MISS Martha Montague, daughter of Jlr snd Mrs. Hughes Montague 01 fort Worth. Tex., formerly of Blytheville. became the bride of Ar b. Ii m 1'UXCRA. Feb. , H.—Tiiei students of. mxorn High School; \Vere entertaitied Tuesday .iJtcrnoou at assembly with !•. tnusical pro-1 Brain p-.-esentcd. by students ol j George i,. HOMC, Director of Miikod Tree s.-iirjolv . The mi inkers presented "By The Waters of Minni-i Class Host to Seniors !,UXO"A. Ark., Feb. u.—The home economics class ol the Luxora High Scliool entertained the senior cluss nn:t its sponsor, Joe 'l-'a'y Moore, at u luncheon in Die home economics cottage Tuesday afternoon. The guesis were seated ac :i (taiiuiik covered table with .decorations ol low bowls of greenery. At The Hospitals KLYT1IEVILI.K HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. L!oyd Pwmentor, city. Mrs. E'jrl Carlfr, Manila. UiMiilssed: Ij-jgan Moiiltrlc, city . Mrs, B. F. Siaten and babp, Hoiland. Mrs. U. !•'. Siaten and baoy, city. , '/ Mrs. Eii Woods ami' l-ivins Owe- Oia. '. .'.;•;, Mrs. F. T. 'Wilforrt and baby", city Mrs. C. n. Gray, city. . . V;S \VAI,],S HOSPITAL ': . ' ' Dismissed: - ,'/j C:ia;le.i Hollingsworth, Cooler,Mo. Mrs. Emmett colliivs sem ••"" Mo. ' . C. .1. Ivy, Essex, Mo. Memphis liuntist Hospital Admitted: Arrhic Young, Osccola. '• Mjmphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: , < ^ M .. Mrs. A. R. .Keith. /.eta Mac ••ro'rter, I Public Health Nurses Plan 'District Meeting Mrs. Aft»bcl Fill,. Mississippi County Health Nurso, will preside at a staff conference of public health nurses of this dlstiict Monday in Marlon. The meetings arc hel<l every two months. All^ Mississippi county health nurses, including Mrs , rm 0 , ui M ,., Clura Ambrose of Blyiheville, and Mrs. Lucy Doone Miller of Osceo- )a, will attend.the eon'cronco Kpeatiors will be Mnrgnrct Vauglin. slate siiiii>rvi<-,nr of public health nurses, W hu will discus-i "eiiiJcrvis'iry Health for public Health Nurses" and Miss Mary .lane seott, state nutritionist who wi!l have "Nutrition i n Public Health" as her topic. Half Moon News The Woman's Society oi Christian service of the Methodist Church met Tuesday night in the Imme of Mrs. II. C. Buck with six members present. The lesson was taken ftom the. book "Of Such is the Kingdom", with caw, member tukmg part. Durjn B the busine.y, session the needy and -under privileged children -.m'c discussed, plans were maclc.lo.eiotJie.aixi care for these children. The mcctin« was -dls- ''Thc f,or<i's I'rayer." Refreshments of hot chocolate 0'id cake were served. Mrs j. w. forllock' and daughter, of jilyllicvllle, wore guests In i the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. Alex[ aiiurn Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Elgin Derail an<l son, J'hiJllp, of Dell, visited In the home o! Mrs. Llghlfoot and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buck, Sam Buck, nn<i j,| s mother visited In the home.of their brother, Jack liut-k, and Mrs. Buck, or Slcelc, Mo., for u brief time. ' Condition'-of Mrs. T. Alexandra, | who has been 111, is somewhat im- i proved. ' Mrs. Rric Ray, who has been :a jiallent at' Walls Hospital,'Is con| va'.escing - a t her home. Uranium Dek'dar Invented i CAMBRinOE, Mass. (UP) — A I new field kit for uranium prospectors has been,devised by Howard , T. Evans and T. R. p. Gibb, Jr. at ] Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The inslrument Is housed with batteries In a plywood ease and weighs less than five pounds. FRIDAY, FKBUUAUV i-1, l'J'17 Livestock ST. LCU13 NATIONAL STCCK- Y-A.HDS, Fii>. 14. (UP)—LIvestoc-K: Hog'i 3.330. salable 4.COO; fairly active, mostly 50 to ' 1f>c higher thi':i TJ)uri-e.'a.v's average; some over 2;3 Ibs only 25; higher. Bulk 1 good and choice 173 to 250 los 2(J to 23,25; TUJJ 2C2J; 230 to 3UO :is C3 to 20; few over 308 J'JS down lu 24 5'J; 130 to 150 Ibs 'II Cattle 2. CO.' .saliiu;c 1.200; calves] 7CO, nil salable; receipts very light, I Including only few lots of steers, | including butcher' yearlings andj cows, with latter classes making j ».') i.'oaul W per cent of run. Opening sales generally steady andj moderately active, although little 1 cloi-.e on steers.*Good heifers and mi:i;il yearlings M to 21. Read Courier News Want Ads. A gasoline blow torch and portable balance are used with it.- SIRIS! WOMEN! TRY THIS IF YOU'RE WOUS,£MNKY,TIREH)UT ol] Music < • Neiv Liberty Slrls' ensemble; "Bi K Brown nr'" Martha BlBsslngnnic"; -The Bells ol P»lnt M»ry's". junior quarte: , : Soiuebotly", Theresa Bcnnetf .•Ljvcr coma Back To Me", hiarl YHfol trio; -Night rum D.iy", Mil., - dred LegBdl; -Little Sir i;;no" J-nuor tmartcl; "Always", ; " GrCC " C ' c ' high of Daughter Is Named TV; daushttr torn to Mr. and M-sa. Sanford Boono Wednesday nt'Wills Hospital has brjcn named, Lirtdn Rcb-ca. She is 'their first rm.1- Mrs. Boone is the • former M:es Frances; Holl.and, daughter ol l M/. ;.nd (Mrs. V. G. Holland. V$ Speak at Church ,,' L V,?.r. RA ' Alk - Pdb - J+.-Dr. H. r.. ^ \viniams, president of Centrii Cc,lesa. Con7.ay. will deliver tlie morning sermon at the First 'Bai- t:5t Chm:h. Sunday, Fib 16 the Fort wortn. Mr. Balclus is vice president ot the Dixie Greyhound BUS company with headquarters nl. Fort Worth, where they will make I heir home. They are spending a wedding trip in Southern California. Typhoid Clinics Held OSCEOLA, Ark.. Feb. 14.--Typ'.ioid clinics are being held in the schools tit Wilson, Kclser and Dyess. In connection with the typhoid serfe.5 at Wilson, Mrs. Harry Miller Jr., county health nurse, is sponsoring an eye test, fnr tlie niiolls who are fitted with glasses if thi'y have j -'--'- OUR CLEANING - Always Up To Par! The consistency of our work has earned business nnd respect through the years. Our work Is done right the first time ... no hasty, hurried work by our trained personnel—but always "Wotk Done Right!" CLOTHES RETAIN ORIGINAL FORM WHEN SENT TONU-WA LAUNDRY-CtEANERS Phone 474-475 Al the conclusion of the program he student .Ijody san ( ; -America.- Student Robert H. Peterson of • i.i> niQciKcd into Si»m,'i Chi p.-j; Pfiilty at the University of Art-ir' l-nl Mr' 1 "'"' 1 '' W ' UM ' e ' llc is » ^«- Xfrs. Charles Hicks and daughter Norma, huve returned to their,liome at Belleville, Mich., after spending- S2V'ernl weeks with her parents. Mv-' and Mrs. H. L. Long, unit' family Her mother, Mrs. Long, is iil a l- her l\(>me. .' -., - ' ] ^, ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams'"ailr 1 "' daughter. Evi-.yn, have returncn from Trenton, Tenn.. where the; were the guests of relatives. Condition of Mrs. P. B. Jarrctt who lias been 111, is improved. J. C. Williams spent Monday and Tuesday in Memphis with his brother, Holiis Williams, and family Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Aycock aiul sons. Dale and Bobby, of Parma Mi< were Friday guests ot Mr. ati-f Mrs. J. M. Avcock. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Steplicnson of Keiser were Monday guests of Mr ' &'rs. Hilton Stephenson. who 1 She is now able to ,220 N. 2nd HARRY FRITZIUS SATURDAY SPECIALS Best Chinfx, very popular, a grade so fine am! .soil thai it resembles ihe finest silk Yrl p"n 011 oxcellcnt fw I'rintod IJali.ste, Ijcautiful dress material resembles fine print, attractive patterns. Yd ' C9o Foalhcr Tiekinij, Rood Grade. Yd. c )5c Finest Cretonne, S2.00 Gr«rl c for Yd §] ,t'i Ficldcrest Wash Cloths , mrt Towels in while anil attractive pastels at Kielilcrest prices Rare All-Wool Af K hans, woven "of puro woolen yarn extra Ion,, with long fringe. In mt, tico?o sniaH checks, an hnmwt S10.00 item. Only a lew S7.SO ^«i^ SPECIAL One regular 52.00 Hlormkin B .Ci K «ircU<. IJghtcr i wn 25c packases (IS bl«dcs (r, package) N n t i()na , ,, r ^ |lM Hcrklcy (lonhlc-edRc ra/or blades. All f nr j] Q O GET YOUR 10K CASH DIVIURXD CEHTIKIPATK SA I UllOA Y FRITZIUS 'YouK' ) /'/^/^y^»-/ /" Dealer" On West Main Across From Rlce-Stix Factory On 'CERTAIN DAYS' of The Month! Do feniiile functional moiithlydls- 1 turbanccs make yon I'col nervous, fldeciy, crnnky,!o tired niid'drag- gi'd out'-nt suc!i lliuc.sV Then (Jo tiy Lydin E. Pii.klmm'fi Vegcialjit; Compound to relievo such symptoms. H's./avious for tills purpose! Taken regularly—Pmkliain's Compound helps build up resistance iiBidnsl sueli distress. And Hint's the hind of product you should buy. Thousands liavc reported benefit f Worllt trtjintj. VEGETABLE COMPOUND IT'S A FAMILY TREAT! AT THE DIXIELAND Treat the Family to Good Food This: Weekend Bring Them ro ELAND Highway Oi North at Holland,. Mo. Phone Stcelo 17F22 See The Show Treat of The Year Select Parry Gifts I'rom the GIFT SHOP We Feature Congress Playing Cards, Tallies, Score Pads, and Place Cards GIFTS lU'.GIN' AT 50c We Gift Wrap FKKU 103 E. Main St. TURKISH BATHS Warm, Invigorating and really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful turk- ish baths at Artie's Beauty Shop. You wiirfeel better instantly and lose poundage so easily, and so fast—you'll lie amazed as will your friends! It's a lurkish bath lit Artie's for, real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No, Second Phone 3303 Continuous Shows Every 1);\y liox Office Opens ] ;.15 Siiow Slarls 2:0ft i LISTEN TO KI.CN I 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:?,0 p.m. Hlylhcvillc, Ark. -4 Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri., Feb. 18, 19, 20, 21 S^'* •.-.'.. .'fr*if ;-'.. .. ' ' -S-.-. -••••' ''A : v «''. -'?, v ' HNICOLOR magic m - */ii'j attuned to ^ heartbeat '' ' ' ~ "$m Thrill to these Moved m«kxlf«1 California. Here I Come Swanee You Made Me Love You Mammy Waiting for the Robert E. lee April Showers I Want a Girl Rainbow 'Round Mv Shoulder Liza Rockabye Your Baby By the Light of the Silv'ry Moon About a Quarter to Nine I'm Sitting on Top of the World Toot, Toot, Toottie ifSl-olilCGGTO.te^tySt^a -". mio t cntni • A CCKUMDU c at 2:00 P. M. at 4:20 P. M. 4 Shows Daily at 6:45 P. M. at 3:45 F. M. Last Time Today A Stolen-Life with Belt? Davis and Glenn Ford \\so Shorts Continuous Shutting Kveryday Serial "Hop Harrijran" Xo. 14 and Short Cont'ii Shows Sat. 1Z:30-I1:30 Sunday and Monday Time of Their with Ai>bol( and Costcllo Paramount News and Shorts Cont'ii. Shows Sun. l:lf,-ll:on Box O/Iice Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sim. Bargain Night Every Mght Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Fallen AngeS v.ifii Alice and Dana Andrews Guest V/ife with Claudcllr C'olliert A SATURDAY Lonesome Trail Serial: "Mysterious Mr. M-l" mid Short Cont'ii Shows Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday Over 21 n-llh Irene Dunne and Alexander Knox Fo* News anri Selected Short Contlnnoo* Showing San. 1:15 to 11

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