The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 21, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 21, 1947
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TWO »^YTHBVILLB( ARK.) COURIER NEWS KIUDAY, FEBRUARY lil, 1917 Expert Arranging an Art-Here's How Mrs. Houchins Hostess To Bridge, Club, Guest i Mrs. H. It. Houchins entertained at !ier home. KOO West Main, yes- terdaj )Mth a bridge luncheon tor nieinSeutt'of ithe, Mid-Week Glut) and .ar.pther guest, -.Mi's. M. A< Isaacs. • ; ! Arrongem'ents of gladioli doc- orafcci the hortie : to form a setting for guests, • who were served nt small tr.^.bjfore the fire place.j The table .decoration theme was in Observance of George Washington's birthday With place cards and tallies -decorated .with traditional' designs of Unit holiday. - • • N In bridge games, first jiii?.; was awardec? to Mrs. w. L. Homer aijd second went to Mrs. Coinvay. Ciub Is Entertained With Bridge Luncheon Mrs Russell Phillips was hostess yesterday-at her home, 1009 Chickasawba, to- nicirtiers of Thursday Bridge Club and Mrs. P. E. Black. Following the oon. the .gue High scorg prlZ2 was a Mrs. Byron Morse and second high, went to Mrs. J. A. Leech. Wed to Local ManjMiss Charfine Massey Becomes Bride of W. Winfred Watson ! 11 OHCEOLA, Ark.. Fc'J. 21.—Miss* Charline Massey, daughter of Dr ' nnd Mrs. I,. D. Mitssey, became '. If" 3 " the bride of W. Winfred Watson 1 III, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. \v. '' yi'stcr- thc >\Valson Jr.. it: a I'ejemony day afternoon. 5 o'clock, Pirst Presbyterian Church: The Hev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor j officiated at the double ring riles. I -A setting lor the reromony was i | formed with ba.'.kels of tall white ! Patience 'gladioli 'interspersed with i Hrcenery. Glowing candles at eucii side ol the aisle maiked a pathway ! to the ollar. 1 The bride, given in marriage By ' her father, wore a deep Ivory slip- '< per sallii • gown with a rounded ' Bits of News Mrs. K. H. ty.incashire left Iftiit night for Oak I'Ark, 111., where sho will be the guest of Mrs. E. L. M:C!hi.'c for n week, •Hiirmon rtcblnson has returned to PiKt'Ctl after having been tho seed! 01 ' Mrs - E:lwi » Hcblnson, 701 ChlckiLSji wlM. brief time of his moth-1 West' Mrs. Walter \V. ju iviii, r. Ei, jaiiiLK. i*i-".>. wisuer w. I'ulUUV.l'/ \\.1S e ' two-bourse intrn- 1)ffol ' c 1)c r ninrrlafie Feb. 8 Miis *ts plavcd bridge. ' Detl *' - Io Colc °f Kinder, I,«. Mv. IZ2 was "(iwarci'id to] Pollaway is the son of Mr. and •••••! South Division, ; is attcndlr.;; . Mrs. Jack Fcrglson of ulylhcvilk* * -. * Mrs. Moore Hostess To GNB Club, Guests iMrs. Keck Entertains Thursday Contract Clu , M s. O. 'Mrs. Bojce Moore entertained at yesterday her home last night with a party for meir.i>?rs of GNB Clnb and two other guests, Mrs.- Bill Cherry -nnd Mrs. Bcb Graves. Bunco was played, with bunco r.r-zi eoing to Mrs. John Tyrone, high to Mrs. Graves and low to Mrs. Cherry. The hostess served a sandwich plate with- coffee. Two Are Complimented With Birthday Parly Mrs. M. A. Miridleton nnd Mrs. Harry Lutes were guests of honor last night when Mrs. E. A. Crala and Mrs. Carl Ma'rshnl) were hostesses to the C & N Birthday Ohio. They met at the Dogwood RicTgo club house where they were serve!) a covered dish ahmer. Mrs. Rutherford Cues I At Octette Club Party Mrs. Frert Rutherford played bridge yesterday afternoon with mcrr.'jers of- ~ . , - - and second to Mrs. Marvin Nunn. The fiostess served rerreshmeins. . high 'Parents of Daughter Mr. giffl Mrs. Eddie Zimmerman are Uie^p.-irents of' a daughter born yesterday at Walls Hospital Tic baby, their flrst.shns.bccn named Mary Kathcrinc.' Mrs.-' -Zimnermnn is the forme- Miss .Hazel . Lutes of Blythevlllp. E Keck was :ith a luncheon bridge lo mcnvjers of Thursday ContracV Cli'.b nml another guest. Mrs. Ed- . . gar Bonim, at her hojne on West Main Street. The two-course luncheon was served at the dining room table, centered with an arrangement of snrpdragons and other Sprint; flc .vets. In bridge games, high score prize- went lo Mrs. Henry Humphreys anil second high to Mrs. Bnnmi. Holiday on Entertaining WA3H1XGTCN'. Feb. 21. (UP) — . ,. ..----- i. . ., .V.IUJM^-M neckline, which had an oval Insert i suest lor of marquisette trimmed v.'lth pearls and silver bugle bends ! The bii'mie ho-ll-e was a-cen i Hlll> ' llljl1 '' K0 " of Ml: llml Ml ' :i - j lualed by a bustle isack, terminal- i T : A ' !i(:i "' is i]1 M thc no '»<! ol ' Ins in a wide train. Th,. flugc-- '''"",, !1 f ic 'i" S| 312 Up vdl of Illusion was caught i w '* h dllckc " ' 5M to a band of seed pearls nnd bugle biads patterned like those of the wedding gown. She curried a Colonial bouquet of white gladioli centered with a whh e moth orchid. -Miss Ann Massey, her sister's maid or .honor wore n pink net! dress over a darker shade of taf- i i,, feta. She carried a Colonial bou- ... hostess quet „, „,„,. cnl . Jliltlons „,,,, WC{|BC . ;J« wood Irises tied with a Ion taffeta ribbon. Mary Alma White, llower girl, i '" ^f^nf 0 ^'' PI-IT-, wore an identical model of tlir! i,.,. , ' Faste '' «'«! male, ol honor's dresl i^,' c " S , l ' lc "' ?"™ 1 * Lills Weekend Mr. Wagon's'best man was i us i Memn'"s Li '" C " ° ( WcA ~ brother. William Watson. B D > VT .-,'•,,, Men re, N. B. Ellis and Joe Shipm-ii' ' s were ushers. Follow-ini; the wedding, a reception was held at thc home of Ilic bride's parents. Arrangements ol while curivi- tions decorated Die living niul tlin- ing rooms, CDtilerinc the li\:e- membership or more than J.39,000. Membership in Arkansas Is 351, I with representatives from every s;'clor of the state. Headlight, of the March :>. meet will be a radio address by Walter S. Gifford, president or (he American Telephone and Tele'!^r-:i Co. English Law- Ill England, parents who [cave their young children locked up aloijc in the house, while they go to the theater or other amusement, arc liabe to prosecution by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. ^ toloncc c.o.i fXI-RISS CANOLLO DIST. CO.^SLIOELL. LA. There . . . b^ no While House en- Is fbc Mcfvr shown prclly anrt prrtt.v practical Urijhl ray,,n Blouse with full an,! Mack rat . on skjft abnve as pictured in the Feb. 'ssti; of fioad Housekecpint tcrtaining during Lent. Mrs. Edith Helm, While House social secretary, f.aid that cnJcr- tait^ing w f j\s beinK dis:o:Hinue<l un- lHafter Enstcr In aztordance witu Afrs. Truman's -wi?.hes;\ At The Hospitals BI.YTHKVILI.F. ItOSl'ITAI. Admitted: W. T. Shelton, city, sniissed: Wrs.'- W. S. Smith; Armdrel. >l)|e Cm-tor, Cooler, Mo. lohby Lo\)'"Haller; Doll'"'- , V , f .'-Mrs. G.'W. Morgan. Dell. Mrs. Panl Jobe. city. Mrs. L-jbern Mtddicton and baby. cily 1 WALLS IIOSI'lTAI, Dismissed: Charles Edward Brewer. Route 3 city. ' Mrs. Earl Crook, HutTman. Mrs. Houston Carter, city. UAI'TIST HOSPITAL. MEMPHIS Admitted: Mrs. J. II. Sccmau. Blylhevii!™. Bryan Hall. Leachvllle. itIKTHOniST HOSPITAL, vitl C. A. Cunningham lo business in Little | Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Smothernion [ Slid son spent the past few dpy.s : in Memphis as Die Bi:ests of Mi.' and Mrs. Al Romano i.nci Inl'ar.i :.wn. While !hc>.-e :ijoy atu-nde-l the f.-i- Follies. M-. and Mrs. J. .J. H:!r K ;i|,~arc M'in;:hiL, lodny io be with Uuir ml. .Mrs. J. :-i. '3i"iin>i,'ivi.o ,nn- - dpnwent an opor:i-.:i>n :,• naijtisl ^i Hospital jesterd?,-. Her condition JU •' i UST as (he whole ail of music is based" on a handful of nolcs callc<l Ihe scale, the art cf flower air;iO|,'cmciit is based upon a few fiui<!:unm(al tlesigns. Tlicsj sound like fugitives from a geotnolry book, since the basic lypes'are trianijulai-, circular, ra'Jialin.;, vertical, liorizon- lal or rhylbmic. As simple as "do re mi", willi practice you can make your own floral symphonies. Your neiiihborliooil llorist \vill be glad lo liclp, and suggest suitable ideas. Sludy Ihe bcHUliful oxatnplc shown lii't-c by Alyn Wayne, ollk-ial slyiisi ol j-'loi-isls' 'lV'k':r:i)li Dl,-.- - iociattan. Since horizontal lines and masses predominate, this is a horizontal arrangement. The secret of Ihe whole thing is keeping it simple uml "easy to look at". Pink pompons arc clustered to m-ate a center of interest. Tho graceful, easy lines of the light pink snapdragons reaching outward in both directions are nicely-balanced but not stiflly regular. The decora- live container adds firmness and stability. Horizontal arrangements are parlicul.-.vly good for the dining table since the guests look across them inojc con^iiii^.ul. rc- Oi- turned to her homo in No-,leans after havini; b?en ln-r- months with her mother, Mrs Ethel Miller, who is sf.>rioij;; v ill Mrs. Miller's cundition i« umrn>-r>v- ed. ' ' d raped table a three-tiercel cake, toiled with mininturc flBUres of a bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Joe Shi|.p?n. Miss June Welborn. Miss Ilitsie Eillimai) and Mrs Joe Milloii presided at Ihe table Amon;; tliqsc nt tho reception were the bride's and -bridegroom's mothers. Mis, Masscy wore a blue iwo-piecc Sprin B drras with a bandeaux of ostrich feather lips and *hl(ls° Ul<ICl ' COI ' SH8C of J' ur Plc or. Mrs. Watson's Spring suit was '» pey wool with navy accessories and a corsage ol pink carnations. Out-of-town guests included Dr ami Mrs. J. H, Frances of Mem- plus; Dr. Fred Moore Jr.. of Ripley Pcnn.; Mrs. Fred Moore Sr of Dyersom-u. Tcnn.; Mrs. Jnmes'De- ment, also of Dycrsb.H-8; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson Mr and Mr- W. W. Watson Sr.. ail' of Blylhe- I "He; Mrs. Gordor. Bill of Crowell |; Mrs. James Davis of Talhi- '"''. La.; Ml . s . Joc Mn , on Clnrke inllulah; Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde „ _ -wl Mr. and "•• H- Grovcr of Manila, lowing the reception. Mr. and Watson left for trip ' :iif,v will return to o.sccola to nwxe their home. Mr. Watson will ;e in business with his father. Tourist Court Burns; Loss Placed at $11,000 HOT SPRINGS. Ark., F B0 . 21 'UP i— The hj-ick veneer Parkwav lourist Court liere was a of charred rubble today, frjllowlnu a nnsli fire that swept the block-long le'rcHv'™ shortij '- bcl ' 01 ' e noon .yes-. Bradley Acts To Restrict frozen immediately measure, VA said to- Admitted: Helen Mustion, l.uxora. Church Group Meets w, . ' Whistle O f noselaml and I , "' »* "VHUUlii In the South, following which , ctiunaBC, and was ' discovered by a guest who noticed smoke seeping through the walls of his cottage. The entire roof was aflame when the fire department got to the scene hut most gujsls were abl = !° 1 ,, sremOVn tilclr Phonal bcloni;- •n/'vT 0 I 1 ; 01 " 0 no '"Jtn-ic.s, altlloush all U cabins were occupied Owner of the establishment was Mrs. Ploremv N-well. . WASHINGTON, l.'elr 21. (Up,_ Con. Omar N. Uradley. veterans ncl- ir.lnlstralor, ha:; ordered activities and personnel of the Veterans Ad-j imni'.tiaUon " :ui eccmomv day. Bradley has told the 13 VA branch offices to ix. al - i n mind "(he fiitmv jr>::sibl]||y nf iiavins to d-j the j:>b with even fewer iicrsonnel." A VA spokesman snirt the ecor.- omy order was issued because Con- i;iess cut to Sl.390,000 ii VA request i fnr more than S1i.000.noo to tide VA' over until the new fiscal year. i Hradley's order stressed that costs should br reduced "without curtailment of essential services to veterans." day for the Arkansas obcsrvince cf the ICOlh birlhdny of Alexander Graham cell, inventor of '.he telephone. , Tlio Arkansas chapter of the Telephone pioneers o j America will hold its annual celebr.itio'i March 3 in Little Rock , .„,,,„!. laneonsly with similar mealing* all over Ihe u. s. ami in Canada Tho national organization has ..' Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display at THE TOT SHOP 100 S. 2nd. Phono 21508 Complete Beauty Service from head to.foot! The Kevlon Line Including th« new "CERTAINLY RED" —AUDREA niJVAL— COIINTOURE'— DGRMETICS I ' Suave for men ana women . THE BEAUTY BAR I GIXNCOK HOTEL Phone X202 •X ! New comfort for rough hands! New Hindu Knru-linl M-illi i^nulm Hinds Inyenior of Telephone To Be Honored March 3 T.ITTLE ROCK. Ark., Feb. 21. (U.P.I —Plans were muler wav to-- cream 39* 83? 23^ KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. Poner I'roducrrs Pennsylvania's power production The Adult Study Wo-.kers' Class duslrial power of t] lc Training Union of the Pirsi I United stales. Baptist Church met last night in the home of Mr. aud -Mrs. Claud Ro-.vland. v.'ho live at the Blythe- villo Air- Base, for n business meeting and social. Programs for March were planned by the group.' Refreshments were served and 1 thc George Washington color scheme for the decorations feature;! little red hatchets made by the hostess. of 416,030,000 kilowatt, hours June was 50 per cent greater t of Ohio, second largest last that producer in {he made. antT played games. Mrs. Lancashire, served refreshments of punch with sandwiches and other purty foods. Burglars Loot Pharmacy In Search of Morphine MEMPHIS, Term.. Feb. 21. cUP> —Police today sought a gam; of dope addicts or peddlers who have committed four drug burglaries here wilhin recent weeks. The latest burglary came ves- | tsrday when the ynng broke into a drug store and escaped with S3.COO in cash, after bcinc frightened away before they could loot three cigar boxes ruled with drugs. In other robberies, the gang stolp small sums of money and varvlny amounts of narcotics. ' Chief of Uatcctlycs M. A. Hinds said the thieves definitely were looking for drugs like morphine and opium. iSRIS! WOMEN! TRY THIS IE YOU'RE Read Courier News Want Ads. Seta Club Meeting Held Jimmy Lancashire was host last night lo members o' the Bovs Beta Cu:b of Biyt-hevillc Tligh S:noc-l at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P., Lancashire. 1037 Chicknsawba. The group had a business session. -,vhen plans for future activities of the organization were — i Your old wardrobe can he its bright V fresh as tho first Bluebird if y (UI SO i, ( | n t o l|S for clcanin''. • SATISFACTION « SERVICE 1 2 Reasons Why NU-WA Serr/ce is Better/ NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS '• ?20 N. 2nd Phone 474-475 Givo Ihe children otl the Curtisj v Peanut Buller ihey woal. It's o good, whoJejomo food* mcda from freih rooiled peonuti. On 'CERTAIN DAYS' of The Month! Do female functional monthly disturbances make you feel nervous, fidgety, <-if.nky.!,o tired and 'dragged oin'-ai such times? Then rio try Lyclia E. Plnkhatn's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. It':; famous for this purpose! Taken, regularly—Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. And Dial's the kind of product you should buy. Thousands have reported benefit! Worth trying. VEGETABLE COMPOUND s, TUSSY Cleansing Creams 53 SIZE...HOW 51.95 all plus Ux 1 PINK CLEANSING CREAM- Every skin responds to the thorough cleansing action of this light, fluffy cream. Wonderfully refreshing! EMULSIFIED CLEANSING CREAM—The cream that's extra- rich in lanolin, super-effect'ii's emollient for dry skins. LIMITED TIME ONLY! G ( t. JK c! Your f«voril« limy Cltu»l Toiiyl OODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main SI. Phone 507 TURKISH BATHS Warm, inviEorating and really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful lurk- ish baths at Artie's Beauty Shop. You will feel better instantly and lose poundage so e.isily and so fast—you'll be amazed as will your friends! It's a turkish bath at Artie's for real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No; Second J'hunc 3302 SIZZLING STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN and delicious SEA FOODS await you at THE DELTA CAFE We get the best that money can buy to insure our guests of '.he finest food anywhere. If you hunger for really good food . . . come out to the Delia Cafe and enjoy yourself to the utmost! -ENJOY THE BEST ALWAYS-- DINE AT THE DELTA So. Highway 61 Phone 3685 Continuous SJioxts Hvcry Day Uox Office Opens 1 :15 ' Sliow Klarts 2:00 LISTEN TO ICr.t'N' 8:00 a.m. Shows at 2:00 n.m.—J.-so p.m. 1:4. r i p.m. — <i : or> p.m. Saturday ''•liove-:^. "*^-?:^/ y*^ w fif K?T . ,i KO!EE"CA6sri-»YiS " fc: i / ''':' \, ( • -.BU.IKIKI f. M'-f (.., ; \-' --:i'::r^;'"; ,,-^K'- ^My.^ji-,; k^ IOIKOUa»4lKESONSef^,>-CM;n-:: r ;ft-;j:'S'y'j. i . A >,.^^ E ip UE i,cficru B E ,^K*p/r-S\ • is * =r - i ^ r --'" (RtalV r-; Serial "Hop Ilan-ijan" Xo. 15 niul Short ColiCd Shows Sat. l'i::tO-ll:3n riunday ana iM ---<J\- ."-'•• •* \r fiCI'Jil Paramount News Also Shorts Cnnttanonx Hlmwinr K«m 1 Coming to the Ritz Wall Disney's "MAKE BriNE i\ti;SIC" Fell. 25-2G "TMK BIG SLEKP" \villi IIiini|j|;- rey Kosart and T.iiurcn ISacall— Feb. 27-28. "UNnKRCUKKENT" with Kalhcr- iue Elcpburn and Kobcrl Taylnr— Marnh 13-li. "SISTER KENNY" wit].. Rosalind Uusscll i- Alexander Kno\—>I:ir<-h SO and 21. Box Office Opens fi:ir> Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows S'at. :nnt Sun. Bareain Night Every Night Mxcrpl Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Ro\y. Last Time Today See Ken Ames Williams' Hfsl Seller 'Leave Her to Heaven' with Gene Ticrnry, Cornel Wilde, Jpannc t'rahi Also Selected Sbnrts. Nttnrdny inarics STfiftSETT • Smiley BURNETTE Dur:r;o Ktf TV Weirs No. I Csmic • Serial ".M.v.stcrinns Mr. M Xo. 2" nnd Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 14:30 to 11:30 Snndny end Monday y\ o»it STOSM ,v- ;.^& '• - PHIt 81 CAM ' > Foi News a»4 Selected Short' Continuous Show Sun. l;i:i-H:(M)

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