The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 26, 1947
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»LTTHEVILLBJARK) COURIER RBWS Bride-elect Honored By Miss Frances Little '' tj Tl5f"first of a series of parties 'Planned to Ixmor Miss Virginia Martin, bride-elect of leonard Thomas oldham, was given Manday flight when Miss Frnnces Little entertained \vilh a dessert bridge at-tjje home of her parents, Mr. andiMrs. Tom A Little. 019 West, Mali OUlers to be given this week include a dinner 1 party tonlglit at whfoji Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke will rbe liost <uid hostess nnd R bridge dinner Friday night when Miss'jJane Branson and her sister, Mrs,~.waltcr Heard of Newport, will cnteijain. For Miss Little's party Monday nighX, arrangements of carnations andyroses decorated the home and indijidiial vases or white forsythia and jonquils centered brdlge tables. he^ guest-of ^honor's table svas marked with miniature figures of a bfjde and bridegroom. TUe four tables of guests Included Miss Martin's motlier, Mrs. Sler- lirigJPrice Martin, and Mrs. Henrcl, houspguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.-u. s Branson. Tire bride-elect .was presented a giit-lpf silver by her hostess. Mrs. Howard Moore, who won high score prize In, bridge games, was prcscnt- «v an a'rractive wooden tray and Mrs. Robert Porter's prize for second > high was a double deck of cards. La Nueve Club, Guests Entertained Last Night Members of l,n Nueve Club and other guests were eiitertnjned by Miss Anita Fay Ueck lust niglu at the home- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Heck, 301 North •Broadway, , Guests Included Mrs. Bernard Graham, Mrs. Russell Huyncs Mirr anrl Miss Dorothy Jean Higuinson. In evening bridge gtimc-s, \\\gn score pr.'z? amonfi club members went to Mrs. Melvln llalsetl aim second high to Mrs. John Thomas. Mrs. F.irr won i;in:.-it high. Arrangements of daisies decorated entertaining rooms. The hostess servcn a dessert course. Mrs. iaylor Hostess To Bridge Club, Gucsl Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertained momb?rs of Die Tuesday Brldg*-' Club and two other guests, Mrs. Her.ry Humphreys nnd Mrs. James 'Koleson, yesterday afternoon at her home on Weal Main. In bridge games, high score prize wns awarded Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon and second high went to iv^rs. Holesen. The hostess served a sul:ul plate. * * * Methodisl Women Meet The chicken supper which they will serve to the public Friday night ice cream;' topped with , red cherries. », • r Miss kittle mut'fer, was assisted by her Alls', teafotd Hostess To Tri-Town Bridge Club Tlfe. aessert plate featured white ' wns discussed by members of (lie " ' ' Woman's Society of Christian Sierv- lec of Lake Street Methodist Church at n business sneelliig Monday nf- ternoon nl the church. Proceeds from the supper will be used In constructing n new church, Mrs. II. II. Blevins gixvc the devotional, "Stewardship," at Monday afternoon's meeting. Mrs. George M. Slllwclt, president, conducted t.hs 'Mrs. J. P. Tompkins' home at I business session Burdette wa$ the setting yesterday! • • « afternoon for a bridge party when i-j . y her daughter, Mrs. Gene Tcafovd "*• <-' of Osceola, entertained members ot I A f TrI-To\vn Bridge Club and an- ' other guest, Mrs. John Ed Clouse. Arrangements or jonquils deco- vated the v home and prizes and tallies were from Florida, where Mrs. Teaford spent her Winter vacation: '•• rv Mrs. Worth Holder was awarded high score-prize and second high went to Mrs. James Terry. Dr. ,H. imniennan to Speak raining Union Rally /Immerman. mission- nry of the Mississippi Coiuity list 'Association, will b' speaker tomorrow Bap- The hostess course. served a dessert. Mis. Van Patt night, T.'M o'clock, at the Mississippi County Baptist Training Union Rally at New Lrterly Baptist Church. The. Young People's Department of Calvary Baptist Church will present a scriptural program and spe- prc- New cial music numbers will be sentcd by youth groups of Liberty Chiti'Bh. The Rev. Emtnitt Cross, pastor of Briukley Chapel, near Osceola, Union director, present. ' will be among those -f- . , .. Club Women of Armorel Meet With Mrs. Cassidy Bits of News Choral Society Delays Concert, Changes Program Presentation of the concen "Pinafore" by Gilbert and Sulllvav, which was to have been presented this Bprliij,' 1>V Ulylhcvllle Choral. Society, lias been postponed n>| Barbara Stewart, daughter ot definitely, It vvius announced toj.'iy '**''. and Mrs. M. L. Stewart, 3'ja Miss Margaret Heath of Padueah V- who 1S visiting friends iii Hlythcvllle, wljcre 'she formerly spent following n business meeting nisi Kentucky, underwent, an appen- nlght at the Woman's club. I destomy yesterday at BlytUevllle Decision to postpone the piescn- ! Hospital. Her condition Is satisfaction was made following the resignation ot Mrs. DalU>!i Fowlston as director and Mrs. C. Murray Smart as accompaiilsl. t'lans were also made to :lls-i " mtta her home, Miss Louise Sim- continue weekly rehearsals ;i.ici tilleruUuns made in the organisa- tion's progrnm. Mcmbersliip now will lx> ]>nil'.ea to those Interested in muslo nnd progress of u cultural music program 1» Hlylbcvllle. Funclloi:* of the Society will include social meetings with singing and entertainment. Tile first of the-je Will be held March 11 at the homo on ami Miss Muble Simon yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Hugh Edward Tate of McComb. Miss., has arrived to be the guest of her mother, Mrs. .). H. Adams, and sister, Mrs. -Deri Ross Jr. She came especially ipr th e wedding of Miss Sylvia Dun- music '"I 1 o[ A "» ol 'el to Dill Schumann of Helena. of Mrs. Hearn. Charles Poiyi, 1328 West Condition of Mrs. Theodore Logan, who undor-wonl a major op- Coining Events THURSDAY Mrs. T. \"f. Ooforth hostess lo Jolly Eight Club. •20 ! .h Century Club will have monhly supper tfancc, 7:30 o'clock, ill Tin; Hut. Mrs. !•[. c. Nlankenshlp hostess to GNI3 Club. Octt-Ue Club members guests ot Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Mr.-. A. Comvay hostess to Midweek Club. Thursday Contract Club mret- li>B with Mrs. H. W. Wylic. up behind them and then Jamming on the brakes. We won't save more than a tract-ion of n minute—ir any—by honk- Ing a horn at the driver who doesn't jump his car ahead the second the traffic light changes. Giving nil o!d person or a woman leading a small child by the "hand plenty of time to gel across the street when taught by a red light won't take but a few secon**. of •>ur precious time. Read Courier News Want Ads. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, Meteors are known to flash •Uirough the air at more than a hundred miles a second. Livestock Osceola Church Women Have Weekly Meetings BAPTIST OEOEOUA, Ark., Ptb. 26. — The Missionary, Society of ihe Baptist Church iield ,-m all-tiny meeting Monday afternoon at, the churcn. A covered tiish luncheon was served to the ifi members present. 'Mrs. C. E. Dean reviewed "Shining Like the Stars" by Harold E. several days ago at tliO|.steady, mostly medium to average Dye. EPISCOPAL •Mrs. Clinton Home was hostess Monday u> The Auxiliary ol the Episcopal church in her home, when Mrs. J, H. Love-well presided at the business session. Mrs. Harry Miller Sr, led the devotional. The lesson was on (lie resurrection METHODIST Circle One of the Melhodtst. Ohurch met Monday afternoon at the home A Mrs. W. C. Mason with eralion •Baptist Hospital in Memphis, is Improved. Mrs. ncbort L. Norman and daughter. Marilyn, have returned to their home in Memphis alter having been the guests a few days of Mr. and iMrs. Joe Ferguson. Condition of Mrs. E. W. Snecd, who is ill iu Walls Hospital, was improved today. Mr. and Mrs. ISob McLcotl of Ox- narcl. Calif., are the guests of ills father. B. N. McLead, and sisters, Mrs. Marie Rortery, Mrs. J. D. Hart and Mrs. J. W. Raspberry. They also will visit Mrs. McLeod's sister, Mrs Jim Parker, and Mr. Parker, in Manila. Condition of L. E. Rlggins, who underwent an operation nt Wnlu Hospital several days ago, is much improved. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Fell, M.—(UP) — lUSOAt —Livestock: hogs: 8.5CO: .salable 8.000; fairly active; 170-lbs and up., sou to I5c lower than Tuesday's average: lighter weights, 50c to Jl lower; sows, 25 to SOc lo-Acr; bulk good anil choice 170 to 250 Ills., $2a.75 to $^B; li)[i, $29; few 250 to 310 Ibs., $28.25 to $20.75; 130 lo 150 Ibs., 524 to 5;5.50; 100. to 120-lb ])igs, $31 to Si!!; goucl 270 lo 500-11) SOWS. $25 to 525.75;. heavier weights, $24 to £24.75; most stags, $18.50 to $2050; few, $21. Cattle: -l,20o: salable .'; calves, 1,000. all salable: ruceils moderate, including about 20 loads of steers with approximately 30 cent at supplies being cows. Market moderately active and fully Osceo/o News .. • Mrs. Harry Miller Jr.. spent, the weekend m Naslwi^e will) lier 14 members present. Lavelace daughter. Patsy who as • ™">j, «"° was leader and the devotional was given by Mrs. Mary Spann. At the close of the business meeting the hostess served a salad course. Circle Two met with Mrs. Alma Morrison with 17 present. Mrs. George Avey, chairmnn of Circle Two, was the leader and the devotional was given by Mrs. John W. Edrlngtcji. A dessert course served after ft contest. Circle Three met at of Mrs. Melvin Waggoner with _ a student at Saint Cecelia's Academy. Mrs. Millers mother. Mrs. N. Neicus of Oukluml. Tenn., who had been visiting here, accompanied Mrs, Miller and will remain in Nashville for two weeks visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Dean and Mr, and Mrs. spencer Driver nt- tended "Oklahoma'" in Memphis W((S | Tuesday. ', Mrs. C. II. Wilson of Blythpvlllp home is visiting her sister, Mrs. D. H. virs.| Bla< * w °od a "d family this week. steers offered. Early sates largely, $19.50 to $23.50; a few $24 to S24.50; good heifers and mixed yearlings. $20 to $22.75; some average ami .top good mixed cnrilngs, s;:i: mcdinyin to low good, Sl(i to $1!).50; a few good cows, S15 to $15.50; common and medium beef cows, $12 to $14.50. organiz- Shien's circle Eight Church at the .. meeting Monday nicrhl nt tlie ;hpiiie of Mrs. W. M. Williams, -wrier! Airs. Williams and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson were hostesses. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Charles Evans, first co-chairman; Mrs. ; W. F. King, second co-chairman-Mrs., J. W. Slkes, third cochairman ana Mrs- B. W. Woolen, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. van Patten suoke on "The Wnlchwb'rct!',. a hymn", was sung by trie group nnd Mrs'.,W. J. Rodgers closed the^session with pva.ver, Hefreslijneiits were served. Club Eight Guests Of Mrs, .HG. Partlow Mrs. C. R. Wroten and Mrs. I. O. \Vestbroob played bridge .with members of Club Eight lost night when Mrs. H. G...Partlow was hostess to the'ljronp at her home, aou East Kentucky; When "bridge.'\va s played,. hlsh score . prize.. was awarded to Mrs. Wroten »nd. second high went to Mrs. GraJWrn.l-SuSbury. -, The hdstess served 'refreshments. YWFMS Has Social Members of the Young Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the demonstration. This mere-ting win First Church of the iNazarene Rath-1 be held at Dogwood on Marth by The Armbrcl Home Demonstration Club met at the Armorcl llo-j After tel with Mrs. Maude C'assidy. yes-[bv Mts. George Dalieau terday, with Mrs. Clifford Elliott course was served and 'Mrs. R. L. Adkisson co-hos- tcsscs, and Mrs. O. H. Overall assisting. 'Alter A pot luck luncheon, Mrs. Taft Alclzjci- called the meeting lo order nnd Mrs. Dyer Garner !ccl the community singing which was followed by n devotional by -Mrs. W. O. Anderson. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, gave a review of things discussed at the Council Meeting last week and 1 aske;t each member to give her criticism of the county yearbook which is now ready to go to press. Mrs. W. L Smith and Mrs. T. R. Watson volunteered to get ads lor the book from Armorel. Miss Coleman showed a 4-H Club girls' uniform which had Been made and asked each club memusr if she would help not only the 4-H Club member in her home but all those of the -1-11 Club with sewing problems. W. T. .Jacks and Mrs. Jlnimlc' Mre - v/ - C. Mason, her daughte*;:,' Qwaltney ns co-hostesses, .'oiic Emily, Miss Mary Drown, Mis;,- ""'' guest. Mrs. Eddie Bnrues of New gmin Florida, Miss jonnn'ta York, nnd 14 members were pre-1 milter. Miss Marjorie Doyle, sent. Mrs. Roland Boothe was lend-1 George Doyle, Mr. nnd Mrs. *„.-. LM- and ih'J devotional was given iniulge Tongate, thttr guest Mrs. ' Mrs. Eugene Shnneyfelt. I Eddie Barnes of New York City, bible contest, conducted] attended "Oklahoma" Tuesday Council recently sponsored a novel race. Two 19M automobiles of the same make were started off together en a 10-mile course through cl',v trUfic. One driver was instructed to show- no courtesy to anyone, lo drive ns fust fis the law nllovved, and take all the chances he wanted to keep- i* t? within traffic regulations. The other driver was told to travel at a safe srjocd. showing all me prescribed courtesies Of the road to .otliLM- drivers and to pedestrians The driver who took the chances nnd showed no courtesy in trnft'o (•iicled up 'with bumped fender j and Xarely missed having several nc r 'l- rients. 3!o gained /our and a half minutes on the other car. Let's |ry to remember that demonstration of the futility of trying to make time in our nutomob!!os— nl the expense of safety to ourselves and others, and at the cos', of courtesy toward other cirivo'-s and pedestrians. LITTLE TIME SAVED VVe won" savo much time by 'ing to pass every car in sight. 'Ing in nnd out of traflic to We won't get where we arc g-. mnr:h faster by scaring; the of pedestrians by whizzing Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loo?en and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to Bootiio ami heal raw, tender, In- JlBmcd brnr.rliia! mucous mem- ljl i? 'K?- Te " >'P llr druggist to sell you a bottle of Crcomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it nulckly allays the cough or you are to nave your money hack. You Arc Invited to See Our Exquisite Display of ANTIQUES In Citrofully Selected CHINA and GLASS Ac<|iiircd On Our Keewit Huying Tour •The GIFT SHOP f or Cou2hs ; Chest Colds, Bronchitis Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display at THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Plionc 230* TURKISH BATHS Warm, invigorating 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 ami lose poundage so easily 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 a salad Monday for «..!- told the club that members' co ", r:> ,?' would receive a letter in a lew laKcn tuys telling them of the next Council Meeting at which Miss Sue Marshall, extension clothing 5l>-- cinlist, will be present nnti givj u At The Hospitals RI.YT1IEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: Airs. Johnny Jncksoti, cilj'. •Mrs. Quincy Alexander, city WALLS HOSPITAL " Dismissed: Mrs. W. E. wheeler, Scnath, Mo. Ruth Tidwell, Osceola. •Mrs, T. II. Crawford, Cooler, Mo. Mrs, Eddie Zimmerman and baby, city. ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL. MEMPHIS Admitted: Lloyd Wise, Dlytheville. Baptist Women Meet The Woman's -Missionary Society of No. 9 Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Ethel Whittle night In Memphis. Miss Mary Brown of Madisonville, Tenn., w ho has spent the Winter with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mnsoii and family, will reutrn \o her home Thursday. Mrs. Ray Cox and son. Mrs. Guy Butler and children tt erc in Memphis Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Haggard were visitors ii: Memphis Monday. Mrs. c. C. Bowen entertained her club Tuesday with a dessert bridge. Higli score went to Mrs. Ed Simmons and Watson. second to Mrs. We the Women I»Y RUTH MILLETT NE.V Staff Writer To prove dramatically that many motorists arc g lo risk their luncheon and study from the book "Shining Anderson at which time club members will -bring a covered dish tor pot luck lunch. lives to save n few minutes' drivinr, time. the Philadelphia- Safe!:, Like n star", the lesson was taught by Mrs. Orrin Hunt. Mrs. Rhoads opened the session with prayer and Mrs. Stovall dismissed the group with prayer. NEW TYPEWRITERS We are now taking orders for Royal Tyiiewriters for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. NORRIS Printing—Office Supplies 122 North Second ered Monday night at the home 'of Mr. 'And Mrs. Bert Trunvolc, 620 Wesi;Walnut, for a social. The 17 members and guests, their husbands and sweethearts, were served^a covered-dish suppsr. During the so"ial hour Mrs. W. L. Smith r.nri Mrs. Clifford Elliott conducted a contest. Mrs. Tat I •Motzger won the prize. The next meeting, March 11, will be held at the home of Mrs. W. O. The Hotel Noble is happy to announce a'new chef in charge of our kitchen. You'll find new, better foods than ever . . . served in quiet comfort In our immaculately clean dining room. off prices to fit any Pocketbook Pleasingly Served.' SEA FOOD FOOD! Plate Lunch SOc Up or Table de Hote A la Carte Dan River Spring Suits and Coats Proud parents who arc thrift wise demand Dan River clothes for their children. Dan River fabrics last longer and give the best in style always! Boys' & Girls' Sizes 6 mos. to 6 yrs. .75 up (Boy's witlt Ktosi C'ap) Little Block Originals These little dresses will make jister look as sweet as she really is I Made by Trude of California, they come to yon in advance spring styles. Let slr.ter step out looking chic this spring! Sizes 3 to 6x SPECIAL $5.95 J Diaper Bags i Baby Scales $3.50) $6.95 j Children's Books THE TOT SHOP 10S So. Second Phone 2308 Continuous Shows Every Day Hox Office Opens 1 :<I5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN •1:30 p.m. BALL/ Po5u'VRO T UNcf/ T GOTTA FINISH Make Mine ZiLlNER Selected Short Subjects Cnnttmious Shomnjr EverydaT ^\- 'rfv Tliursftay and Fridaj ..c.'"."; = ,;',';,7.',J"." i".'.';.'",' PRODUCTION .Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Slzu T. LMABRY •123 S1ISSOUH1 ST. I>H. 3G<7 Complete Beauty Service from head (o foot! 'J'lic Jtevlon Line ^ im-hnlin;; the new "CEIITAINI.Y HEll" —AtlDKEA DUVAI^— COUNTOirtiK'— I)l;it.MUTlCS Suave for men ami women ' THE BEAUTY BAR GI.UNCOB HOTEL Phone 3202 KBAL ESTATE WANTED City rroyorty, all tyres bustucssra anrt farms iu and aroiLntl Blythavllle, .Sell ut your iiroycrty. plenty of buye™—list no'A'l Ptiono 'J304, J, J, Field, Bonded Real Estate Broker. Now—Easier than ever! HOME PERMANENT with Round .. . Ribbed... Re-usable New Deluxe Kit wilh plastic curlers Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Coming to the Ritz "THE Bit. SLEEP" with izumill;- rcy Bogart nnd Lauren Bacall— Feb. 21-28. "IINDEKCUKKEKT" with Kuthcr- ilic Hepburn and Robert Taylor— March 13-H. "SISTER KENNY" wilh Rosalind Kussel! ,t Alexander Knox—March 20 and 21. Roll up your hair in half the fime! Toni Professional Plastic Curlers have 50% more cnrling surface; ami they're riltbeO (Ireaclcd) all over, lo keep liair from slipping. Save money every lime you rc-usc your Toni Plastic Cur! ... ">r n refill kit costs only S ..00—ccnlaina everything bill curie a. tcilh t curlers Krfll Kit .':. 'loir/ atrlcrs Moo /Ml )ficfsf}!rts l&x WOODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main St. >. Phone 507 liox Office Opens at 6:30 Opens Sunday 1:00;-Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. ^uid San, Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. Xo passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. f.ast Time Todar DOUBLE FEATURE See My Lowyefe with Olscn and Johnson with Don I'ortor ami l.ois Collier Thursday and Friday

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