The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 3, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 3, 1947
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. *!*' f AGE TWO »LTTHBVILLB (ARg.) COURIBK HBWB Jir$mie Moore Honored Wilh Birthday Party * ^ • \ Jftninle Lee Moore was 10 years old ^riday and in observance or the : occasion her mother, Mrs. Boyce Mbis're, entertained .with a bhthcHy parly. Gathering at the Moore Tioine. r 124 East Cherry, were 30 friends of the guesV of honor. They speyit Hie afternooij. playing games and contests and ' sang the traditional "Birthday Song" to Jimniie Lee if 1 - tor she opened.her gilts. ' Refreshments of birthday cake and/ ice creajn were served. Euch euest was presented a favor. * *' * • I,one Oak Club Meeting HeldaYj.O. Huey Home Tile Lone Oak Demonstration Club met last week in the home . of M"s. J. O. Huey when Miss Cora Lee.Coleirian was hostess and Mrs. : Huoy 1 co-hostess. Mrs. Forest Moore talked on "Who Wrote America," after Miss Coleman had . opened the meeting witii a' scripture reading and the group had sung "America." Mjs. R.. E. Davis and! Mrs. •Moore were-,winners in contests pla.ved •••••. Refreshments were served tha 14 members. /"",-" " ; Group prayer 'closed the meeting. * * * • Mrs. SchuKart Honored 'w i.f h Birthday:Party Mrs. Roy S:huhart celebrated her birtliSay Friday night at her home in Pride Addition when Mr. Schu- liarl Invited 16 friends of the couple -for a surprise -birthday party. Airs, Lawrence. Hassell assisted the^rtosVlh^'serYIng birthday cake end: ice cream. * * .* * Mrs. Hardy Hostess lo'CBCCIub;Guests Jfo. Alvln. Hnrdy was hostess Filday ajlcrrioon 46 members of the CEO Club and two other guest.?, Mrs; Jl J/cobkston and Mrs. J. D. Honored in Notion's Conitol M»s. O. p^Elkins- won.-high score 6 .in afternoon games. Second prize .went to Mrs. o. o. Eland, rooko to Mrs- Copkston. m hostess served n'salad plate. * * * ne Gen'tty Married Steele, Mo., Man . The wedding wns solemnized Feb.' 10 jst the home of the-Rev. H. H. ; Blejins, pastor of Lake Street i Methodist Church, who officiated. Mrs. Elwood Scott was the bride's matron of honor and Mr. Scott served as best man to Mr. Copeland; Tlie bride is employed here at the.« Bjauty Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland are making* their home in BlythevUIc. ^ • » » Mt^ Little Delegate AtjState DAR Conference Mrs. A. G. Little returned home Satjn-day from Little Rock, where she.was the delegate from the Charlevoix Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, at the 39th Anrjual State Conference. Vjhile there, Mrs. Little attended special meetings, banquets and the annual tea, held this year on Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs R N Garrett, given to honor sperlai guests. Guest speakers for the Conference! included Capt. Winston Folk deputy, director of Civil Relations. USN, and tors. J. DeForrest Richard,; of fleer of the National D. A. R. * • * War Bride Arrives To Make Home in Manila Mrs. Louis Gomzales, the former Miss Audrey'orice of New South Wales, Australia, has arrived in JJanlla to make her home with Mr Gonzales, who V ;a s stationed in Sidney, Australia, when he met his Mrs. Gomzales is Manila's second, war bride from another country..She and Mr. Gomzalcs Rr e parents of a son, Michael Edward two years, an d a daughter, Anita ionise, three months. Bits of News Kirkpatrlck of Forrest City, Ark., and she wns educated at the Fttlrall School and University of Arkansas, f -Ash-blonde, blue-eyed Mrs. Gain- ings smiles ns she admits that rhe Mrs. E. C. Oadiiiigs Mrs. E. c. Clothings, wife of Arkansas Representative GftthlnKS vas chosen -Beauty of the Week" this week In Washington, D. c. by the Washington Times-Herald. The Herald's story: "She came- to Washington in 10311 as a bride and is certainly n good advcitiscment for her home state. For the wife of Representative Gainings, considers Spring along llm Mississippi River's Ciawlcy: Ridge, with Its thousands of Interlaced white dogwood blossoms and pink yoned Judas trees one of the most beautiful sights on earth. Her husband represents the plantation counties along that famed river and their home Is in West Memphis. Tho former Tollse Kirkpatrlck, Is the daughter of Judge niul Mrs. Scott Miss Lanell Southern Bride of Urban Kinley Mr. nn ( i Mrs. Gordon' Southern of.gteele, MO., hnvc announced thi: * ttiw their dnughter, Misi to Urban Klnlcy Mrs. Olive w. Mike or Manila left fast night lor Honolulu, to be with Mrs. n. o. Syro)), who Is seriously 111 after undergoing a major operation. . . Carl Hood, who Is connected with Universal c. I. T. in Tupelo, Miss., spent the weekend lit homo with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. M Hood and family. . , John E. Hampton, seaman second class, is here for several days with his mother, Mrs. D. T ccoly before yolng to Norfolk, Va., where he .will he stationed. He has been a student at Northwestern University. Miss Jane Sneed, who ;s etnn.oycd in Orange. Texas, Is visiting her mother. Mrs. E. W. Sliced, and Kls- ter, Miss Mary Van Snecd. Mr. and Mrs. Roland preen a'c- ccmpnnicd by. Mr. and Mrs. j A finer tii".\ dnuglttcr, Evelyn Jean of Osccola, were in Memphis this weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs Carl !3. Maxwell, While there, thev attended the stage show '"Oklahoma." Mrs. Albert Hu'oencr left yesterday to return to her home in Little Rock after having been here as the guest of her sons, Drs. Lewis Hubener and I/. I Jp -Hnbener Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Regcnold 01 Armorel arc in Sarasoija, F| a ., to visit their son, John DTJ Regenold. who is a student at Kentucky Military Institute there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lnnler Reed, who have been making Iheir hom e in Bristol, two vice regent of the William Strong Chapter} and she also belongs to the Daughters of Colonial Wars." ol Ponliac. Mich. IJnte and plans for the wedding will be announced later. "«¥'Tft'WW- was solemnized Feb. IS at'rtfeiott. Ark., with Judge T. L. French officiating. Miss Lcmcz;l!n Owens was '.he bride's only attendant. The bride will be graduated this Spring from stcclo High school. Mr. Ktnley Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. c. C.' Kinley of Holland and basketball coach at Steeln School. He attended Arkansas State Col- kt!C, Jonesboro. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kinley will make their home in Steele. Blytheville Student Named on Dean's List Tohn Elslnndcr, o[ Driver was amed on the Dean's list for out- tmdini; scho!ar5hip nt Arkansus cch during the Ml semester, can C. R. Turrenttne announced st week. Mr. Elslnnder. who is n eteran and in tlie aigineerlni! Jivision. had n grad" ))oint of 4.51) Ne» Pierce Will Wed 'ontiac, Mich., Man Mr. and Mrs. j. j|. pierce of teele. Mo., announce the engage- icnt of their daughter. Miss Nell J iercc, to Pvt. Johnnie Gravovoe SICK WATCH? | (HAVE IT FIXED i | Hfty EXPERTS \ Watch and Jewelry re- ! pairi by men who know ; hpw...»t low coit to you. .i j. 'Ait. WpRK GUARANTEED - •>tmn»«3iat$ Delivery on AH Work {GUARD'S Mrs. Green to Present Students in Recital •Mrs. w. Orrin Green will present her pupils in a piano, organ and L. Peterson of Copperhlli, Tenn., the former Miss LaVern- Hood. . '. . Miss Cnmille Robinson Is 'In Rochester. Minn., where she is undergoing a checkup at Mnyo's Clinic. Mrs. Einri Olllesple is 111 -with influenza at her home on Davis Avenue. • ' • Condition of Mrs. E. A. Gooclrl-.H. who underwent an operation .-at Walls Hospital last week, is iniich Improved. '''<tti-'Af- Mrs. Robert Hawkins nnd ri»i't*ifi tcr, dim-line, of Memphis Hoach, Wanda . Walls, Whitney, IMrdcne Cacry, Woody Tcwnsend, Dixie ancl Bobbie June Killian. David and M:ix East. Juanlta Walker, Peggy Bacon; Hetty Jean Plectnnn, Ann McDermott, Jenimetle 'Hcnd'orson. 'Deity Joliiiston. Martha Yelverton raid Virginia Wilson. irle. Mo., for -i niece, Marilyn Gal; visit with their Muhon. Miss'Knudsen Named On School Honor Roll Mlsr. Muriel Ann Knudsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. o. K Knudsni. wns mentioned an Honor Roll student at MacMurry College. Jacksonville. 111., according lo r,n announcement marie by Dean W. S. Dysinger. students who have had outstanding grades during the lirst semester of the present year arc the ones placed on the Honor Ho! I. 'been visiting his daughter the past three weeks. Leonard 'Ballard of Detroit, Mich., has arrived in Manila lor a visit with relatives. Manila News Mrs. R. Stricklin has returned from Bcnton Ha:'jor. Mich., after spending a three-week visit there. John Griffin 1ms returned home Irom Flint, -Mich., where he his CAPTURE his heart- at *-^ Eastertime! If It's b-auly you want . . . fnciais, waves or loss of that extra Pomubge . . . -you can reallrc your fondest hopes by coming to our modern beauty salon. Complete one stop beauty service for all j-OMr needs! ELL BEAUTY SHOP 311 No. Second Sr. Phone 2592 Relieve distress of tauy's cold while hosleeps. Hub oil Vicks VapoRub at hecl- Ihnc, Soothe.'i, 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 will feel better Instantly and j lose poundage so easily nnd so fast—you'll be "amazed ns will your friends! It's a turkish bath at Artie's for real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. Second IMionc 3302 Musical Instruments Supplies - Repairs Radios, Office Supplies SPECIAL ORDERS SOLICITED Schools, Churches, Hands, Ochcstvn.s & Clubs Given SPECIAL PRICES On Musical Instruments I.MellBrooksJr 107 E. Main Tel. 811 At The Hospitals nosriTAf, Admitted: . Jeannette Moore, city. Jjoin to Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Islnnall, Osceola, a son, Ihls niorn- l"t'. -.,' Chnrlcy'Mnc Fox, city. W. II. Payne, city. Mrs. J. I). Thrnslici 1 , Dell. Mrs. J. E. Storey, Manila Mrs. Rosa Hall, Parma, Mo. Mrs. Luther aray. city. Mr*. J. M. Aycock, city. Pink'l Lynnwood Lewis, city Thclma Miller, Wilson. Carl Custlemcn, Manila. Rli-liard Gotten, Wilson. Dismissed: Tommy Drown, city. • C. W. Crawford, city. Hill Gentry, city. Mi-:;. A. L. Wilson, city. Mrs. Nell Massey, Manila WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Tommy Hart. Route 1, city. Duvid Hart, Route 1, city. Martin Nunnery, Holland, Mo. Clcorue Cooner, city. J. R. Pierce, Steele, Mo. .Mrs. Ova Oarrett, city. -Mrs. Ethel Snecd, city. Mr.s. O. Ftimlcrburk ancl Steele. Mo. Jeannette Phillips, Dell. Ann Dermltt, Dell. Mrs. C. P. Adams city M'l.KMOKU CLINIC, MEMPHIS Admitted: Mrs. C. A. Cartwright, Joiner. Mrs. L. V. Williams, Blytlieville. . Coming; Event! : TUESDAY ' St. Stephen's • Episcopal Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. Frank Grcer 2:30 o'clock., Mrs, Oarrard Caudill hostess to Til-Town Bridge Club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Club Eight uiiests of Mrs. O. O /MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1047 Mrs. Melvin JJoJsell will uti La Nueve Club. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke entertaining with party honoring Miss Virginia Martin, bride-elect. WEDNESDAY Mrs., Cornelius Modinger hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club Mrs. w. J, Pollard hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY Mra. M. O, Uprey hostess to Oc- tette Club. Mr?. Rodney* Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Louis Zeller hostess to QNB Club. • FRIDAY Mrs. Lendennie Fowler entertaining cue ciub. . SATURDAY Mrs. Erwin Jones hostess at her home, 203(j Chickasawba, to American Association of University Women, 3 p.m. Livestock" .-ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. March 3. (UP) — (USDAl — Livestock: Hogs: 11,600; salable 9,000; barrow., ant' gilts scaling no-lte. and up. mostly 50c to 15c higher than Friday's average; spots, up SI; sows and weights under 100 H*., 50c to $1 higher; bulk good and choice 170 to 250 ll»., $29 to $29.50; top, $29 50' 130 to 150 Ibs., $24.25 to $26; lew' $20.25; 100 to 120 ib. pigs, $21 to '$2:1.15; good aio to soo-lb sow* 525.EO to $20.25, , *<•!• Cattle: s.aiio; salable 4.500; calves! 1,000, nil salable; receipts include about 40 loads of steers. Cows making up around 25 per cent of total supply. Running somewhat lighter than recent week. Opening trade moderately active and fully steady on all classes. Several loads and lots top medium to good sters, $22.2u to 523.50; a few good steers, $24 50- good heifers and mixed yearlings largely, $20 to $23: medium. $16 to S19.50; odd head good cows around 515.50 to $16.50; common nnd medium beef cows, $12.50 to $15. . Mrs. Melvin Downing has rc- ^urnecl home after spendn% two weeks In Wichita. Kans., with her sister, Mrs. Lyle Purkey, who has jecu seriously 111. Prompt, Long-lasting Relief for" ACHES-PAINS L£ - , Helps' Break Up Painful Surface Congestion, Tool ON : Osceo/a Kiwanis Club Leader Wins Praise OSCEOLA, Aj-k., March 3—W W Prcwitt spoke at the regular -Kiwanis Club meeting last Thursday night at the Legion Hut, when 55 NEW TYPEWRITERS We are now taking orders for Royal Typewriters for delivery anywhere In Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. NORRIS Stinting—Office Supplies 122 North Second HEADACHE Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP j 105 S. 2nd. Phone'2SOS RSON! Auditorium, March 21 WARING AND HIS PENNSYLVANIANS ' MAIL ORDERS ONLY HOW! SEND SELF ADDRESSED, STAMPED ENVELOPE WITH APPLICATION TO AUDITORIUM, MEMPHIS I'UICES: S3.60, S3.00, $1.80, $1.20 <J> W K NIGHT O N L Y ! We the Women Couple Solve 'Goiny-Out Problem IIY KUTIl MILLKTT NEA Staff Writer Here is liow one veteran and his wile living in cramped quarters with their two small children ana net having enough money for evenings out have solved the problem of "gculng away from it all"— without going anywhere. Say s the wife: "One evening a week I fix the children an early supper ami have them ready for bed when Jim gets home. "Then with the house pcacolm and quiet and completely ours, we cook our favorite meai, complete with wine and candlelight. "It's the one meal of the wnek when we can talk without having to stop to make explanations to the children, to urge Junior to eat his carrots, etc. "And siiSce we make an occasion of these evenings, they itro really us much Inn Vs going out together." PLAN Sl'KCIAL EVENING There is one way a couple with little money for bs'oy-.sitters and re.stnurmit dinners have solved the problem of mak'ilig a place-in -their hurried, crowded lives tor a litlic of the kind of companionship they had when they were first-married. It is a prcblcm that other young couples with small children, living in trailers and too small apartments might try. •If they can't manage to go out together as often as they would like, they can at least plan some special evenings at home. Alter all, it is the companionship that matters, not the going out. Read Courier News Want Ads. of 04 members attended. Graham Sudbury of BIythevillc lieutenant governor of this Kiwanis' District, paid tribute to past president E. I'. Bradley on his achievements and the interest he showed during his year as president. •to help relieve f he-terrific mid shofa&e of fats and oils so badly needed -to mate soaps, fires, irons, textiles! Complete Beauty Service from head to foot! The Revlon Line including the: new "CERTAINLY KKD" —AIIDRKA BUVAL— COUNTOUUE'— Suave for men and women THE BEAUTY BAR (jLENCOE HOTEL IMioue 3203 Continuous Shows Kvcry Way Box Office Opens 1 :-l5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN' TO KLCiV 8:00 a.m. 13:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Ear! Carroll Sketchbook with Cunstaiicc Moore anil William Marshall Paramount Ncw Also Shorts Tuesday Wednesday sT' EDMUND GOULOING CDUUHu BWENB-JAH1S PAIOE ^^^^^^^••WB Box Office Opens at 6:30 Opens Sunday 1:00; starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. T^tst Time Today She Wouldn't Say Yes with Rosalinil Kusscll and -Lee Bowman Foi News and Selected Short Tue.sdayr \ Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE loirs nrm ismura MCK mmiL »t» Ml iKONELU Ike {DtMUItl* TRIO

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