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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 6, 1947
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MiS Reeves Will Wed Henry J. Dodd in June • Presaging a June wedding of interest In Blytheville Is the an• noiiricemeiit made by Mr. and Mrs. VVa^jj o. Reeves of the engagement anoUapproachlng marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Louise Reeves, .to Ifenry Joseph Dodd, son of Mr. and..Mrs. D. P. Dodd of Yonkers, N. » TUB ceremony will be, performed -.Jungs at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. . Thie bride-elect was graduated froifl- Blytheville High School and nowijs a student at Arkansas State Co'ile'ge, Jonesborp.'shE is n mcm- ber^of Delta Betjt chl Sorority •there and participates in other Student organizations. : Mr. Dodd attended Sauliders T) -jfe School In Yonkers: before enSating the Army Air Corps for two"*ycai'S service during lhc war. Ke Jjlso is n student at Arkansas GtaU College. I *T • • « DifHier Parly Honors MissTReicrfel, Fiance *JiS5 Mary Virginia Reichel anc hert bridegroom-elect, K.M. Terry wl>4 will be wed in a ceremony Mxjeh 15, were guests of honor last . nig^t, at a dinncjc party given tj iM-.f and Mi's... Freemaji Robinson and Mr. and' -Mrs. Erlo >Vhltle> at the Robinson Jiame, ItQS T7al- hut[ Tiie 12 guests were served at the; dining room table. Covered with a lace cloth, me table was centered with a sliver bowl of car- natjons, daisies, spahdr'agons and otutr Spring flowers with white cauttles burning in silver holders .to Complete .decorations. Miss Reichel and Mr. Terry were preienleo glfls .by Ihelr hosts and hostesses. Bride-elecf Honored By! Mrs. Jesse .Taylor •O^rs. Jesse Taylor was hostess lasl nigot at her home, 811 West'Main, - 'Wit§ a bridge party complimenting •Misf Virginia Martin, who will be- co.nie the bride Satui-cfay of Ix;on- ard; Oldiiam. Eiitcrtaining rooms were\decorated jyith bouquets of Spring* flowers. TalHes and score pads carried out a i*idal motif. ; l4 bridge games, high score priz£ \vas awarded to Miss Frances Little and second: high went to Mlsfe Jane Branson. The hostess presented Miss Martin k gift, !&• salaci plate was served. Mrl.'PoJlard Mrs. David Laney Named Head of PCO Chapter OSCECLiA, Ark., March S-Mrs. David Lnncy wa s fleeted president ol Chapter O, P. E. O. Sisterhood, at a meeting yesterday afternoon at the home ol Mrs. Herocrt •oMppcn. Uuier officers r.octed were Mrs. toward Segruvcs, vice president; •-.irs. Kose Adams, treasurer; Mrs. mi.'pen, -recording secretary; Mrs. ujiniies Coleuiai), corre&i»»id'mg .ccretary; Mrs. Prank Wniiiuits,. Uarti and Mrs. Gcuirey \Vnite, ...upinin. iwrs. Jettle Driver was selected delegate of the Osceola Chapter at the Supreme Convention ncxi I'ail i LJS Angeles. A DesaeM course was served to the I'i memoirs present and n tsuest. Mrs. J.nnc s uriver. Lebchville Chapter of P. E. O. Organized at Dinner Meeting Mrs. Simmons Hostess A new chapler of Ihe P. E. o. Sisterhood wnsorganl/ed Monday nlghl In Lc-achvlllc al Ihe suburban home of Mrs. C. L. Smith under supervision of slate officers and representatives of Klylhevillc chapters D and N of P. E. O. Sisterhood. The Lencii- vllle organisation will be known as Chapter AC. Plans for lhc year's program were discussed al n meeting Tuesday morning at the home'of Mrs. Leroy Officers who will serve this year Joe sec-.. Bits of News J. M. Williams Jr., son of Miami Mrs. J. M, Williams, aiul.Hos- co Crafton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Rulli relarv Mr* (• "f~"i't e "^' - nlnlc . so » °f Mr. and Mrs. Floyd reasu'cr Mrs E H Mnn T^' W " itC ft>U1 a sl " <!o ' a M K ="°'" ! In Ms' Km win ' , C " lln " Mi ' ll: "-J' Academy, nooncvillc. Mo, 11 o.': s :.,! v .";. WIW J'' B"'"''<. n«>d will meet them in Payetlevl! e for - - - - .-i.j , b in ii (i, tl Mrs. Stanley Hancock, Other charier members of Iho orsnnlzallon are Mrs. John Ilaniii, aiienioon with a brluge party .„. . icilow men.-bsrs of a uiiclge cmb at Winnie the weekend. Mrs. Russell lloclge of Memphis and Mrs. Marie Shujahn , of at. With Bridge Luncheon MJ-S. Jerry "pbe and.Mrs. O. W. McOiitchcn were guests- yesterday ,wheh Mrs. W. ; J. Pollard was hostess; to the Wednesday Bridge Club with a luncheon- bridge*.- --. ' Ltmcheon was served from the 'tlir.-Jig tt'ble,^\vh1ch"'\vas centered '^it!;-Spring .flowers. - In the bridge games, high score went to Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich and- second to MJS. Charles Rose. 1 ... Mrs. Modinger Hostess To|Bridge' Club, Guests !\£fs. Cornelius Modinger was hostess yesterday to members of the/Town and Country Club anil feus' guests, her sister, Mrs. Frank F f/:vv of Houston, Texas, Mrs. W. S. McDahiel, Mrs. Edwin Robinson and Mrs. Loy -Welch. 'High score priza was awardccJ Mrs, R. c. Rose and second to Mrs. Levy. •Refreshments were served during 'games. ^ • * • Osceo/o News Tie Rev. " L. R. still and son, Leatais, left Tuesday for Atlanta, Oa..'. where the Rev. Mr. Still will attejid a conference-al Atlanta I Christian College and his son will bi; Jhe guest of his grandparents. They will relurn home Saturday. - Mfs. A. P. Williams and son, IJobby, i,ave been ill with Influ- . home on Qalnii Avenue, In games, Ingn score prize n'ns RV.-iirded to Mis. I-aliner Bpanlon ..nd sutoml higli went, lo Mrs. Elliott Sarlaln. Hc!iL-siiiiiL.-nts of sandwlcbes with coiice were served. Patlerson and Miss' Opal Taye Noe. ; State ofliceri; present at the or- eanl/allon uieethiB were Mrs o o Patterson of Clarksville, president-' Mrs. Oeoruo Colvlllc of Paris first •vice iiresldcnl. and Mrs. G. E Eldridge of Heiilonville. oiganlMr 131ytlicville P. 13. o. member's al- lendine were Mrs. n. A. Lynch Mr* M. O Ub-rcy, Mrs/R. P. Kirsliner, Progressive Club Meets O^^iiCI/A, Aik., March G.—The l¥i - *^- ^••>n. p y, Osccoia PiOgrcssive Ciub mcl Tiles- Ml 's. Herman Canton and Mrs day alteiuoon at the home of Mrs. Harry W. Ualnt's. Jonn White on West Kemmcs Ave. Dinner was served buffet style 'it Mrs. Jlartsll iBanks prvjcntcd a snuill tables from (he dining room discussion on "The Woman of the table. Centering- Ihe table was nn r'uiure." Mixed Spring i towers dec- aiTiingement of caniallons and Jo'n- .irntr>ri the while home. A dessert, nulls in yellow and white, the P !•' Bourse was served. iharp Increase Notes iu \tU5G5 In 3&UCC/ i — t,^., ^,1 jruiiuw jinn v/nito Jlow- Health Workers Here III ' e j s , wt ' r ,'; 1 i'™-««'t«i io each of ihe Mrs. Aniiiibcl Fill and Mrs. 13. O. i' Th 0 p if n -, . , , me t-. n. o. Sisterhood, orran- '"" I" IBCS, Is a religious educa- A. McKay, for In Ihe ^. colors. Spring iiow-crs ai-n,,, B uu Ihrougliout entertaining rooms and glowing candles formed a .setting for ' Ihe group. Corsages of yellow and while llow- Ambiosc, Mississippi County health nurses, bo.h of whom have the Ihi, . sent the Courier Neil's a release from the Arkansas State Hoard of Health in stilting that "a surtric .. _ ..... ,. ... crease in Ihe number or cases ot i/ed tional organlHillon. v At Yarbro PTA Meeting inllucnzla Is shown i n the reports." authorises had cxpccieu n ai\ epidemic of Inilucnzln last year """" "B In the united States but Ihls epi- i" r ., , l ™ demic fflilpri In n>t>*r»rloU-,r. /-•„,,_ i ^Vltlllli. Mrs. Willian s s ep- demic failed lo materialize. Con- Within.'' Program subject meeting was "Kingdom Bunch a s "' a" nomfiia'tin B "'conimVi- for next year's officers. H was "^L..!:?. J 1 ., 05 -! 10 " 0 stunt night were served in lhc ..... -"Cspiratot'y M ...^,. u ^.,. „,, „- feellvc vaccine'is av'aiiable lor protection against influenza'.'! "Tills vaccine is not mrnlshed by the Slate Board of Health but its „ use is recommended in the pics- ''""-'shnients were served in ence of a threatened epidemic of- r?om a!lcr 'he meeting, influenza. The lamily physician' should be consulted regarding this v " cclnc -" At The Hospitals Coining Events FRIDAY Alpha Delta Chapler of Deta Sig- mn Phi Sorority meeting at !hc clubrooni. J Chapter N P. E. o. Sisterhood, meeting with Airs. Fanner England ir elccllon of officers. Mrs. Lcndcnnle Fowler entertaining CBC Club. Mrs. Erwin Jones hasless at her home. 2036 Chlckasawba, to American Association of University Women, 3 p.m. Thomas Franklin, city John R. Lognn. city .Mrs. 'Freda White, city. James B. Summers. Huffman. Dismissed: Mrs. J. D. Thrasher Dell WALLS HOSPITAL ' Dismissed: Mrs. J. s. Epperson, Route 2. city. •Mr:;. Owen Ulm and baby, city. Leola Mi'Cannlcss, city BAPTIST HOSPITAL, " Dismissed: Cornelius James Rowlett. Manila. Meetings -/ . BrotherhooO of .First Baptist Chutch meeting at. the church tomorrow night for'-regular session. er' News Want Ads. &' V •••-•-• *'« : >»:X>:X>X>;X^«L:«;V IjSICK WATCH?! [HAVE IT FIXED j by EXPERTS • Watch and ^Jewelry re,. |. fiS'f* by men-who know i. how... at "tow «ist to you. , ALL WORK GUARANTEED jj'"l n " :<li atc Dclivcrj- on All Work GUARD'S SPARXUNGTAHEWAREfORYOUl ONE IN EVERY PREMIUM PACKAGfl Imjsmc! Fvcr,- premium rKl> 1R c of famous MmKcr , Oau not on h> no other natural cereal 1n d the cereil \m" cans voted he s , ,avin B ' l in B yourself 10 lovely r?,' 0 '''7 scr R rc '-« Mother' als enefit,. Ask for genuine Mp.hec'j ^ Mother's Oats Mr. and Mrs, J. a few clays. Among 'Blytheville people Jonesboro Tuesday night for community concert presenting lies IJavis, scprano. and hcT- accompanist, Ralph Squire, wore Mr. and' Mrs. O. E. Kmidscn. Mr. and Mr.i. Farmer England, Mrs Cet-il Wroten, Mr. and Mrs. Dallou Powl- stoti and Carroll Evans. Samuel F. Morris returned home last night from a three-day- trip lo SL 1/ouis. He Was accompanied by Mrs. Morris. J. A. Leslie, here for funeral services of c. G. Hires, has returned to his home In Memphis. Mrs. Sclma Levy Allenberf has returned to tier home in Memphis after spending a few days here as Eucsl of her father. D. H. Levy. Condition of J. E. Johnson who has been ill for several weeks JIL his home on North Highway 61, lias become serious. His son Roy Johnson ol St. Louis, and his daughter, Mrs. Car] High. Mr. High and their two children ot Springfield, Mo., arrived yesterday to Join other members of the family here with Mrs. Johnson i Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, who ha s been In East St. Louis 111 ! since last Summer, arrived last night for a visit with her daugh-' ler, Mrs. Samuel . P. Morris, and Mr. Morris, j -Mrs. John Foster, her daughter.! Miss Mclba Foster, ant! R. L. Lamb have returned from OwetK'jjr.i. Ky., where they went because of mour Roach. Mr. and Mrs. j. p. Staptetor., daughter. Maxine and W. T. Sta- plelon. all ot Williamson, W. Va.,1 will ^arrive tonibirqw. -for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Campbell.. bv Mrs. Cami:bell. . While lliorc. Mrs. Campbell plnns to atlciid tlie races and takc.n course or tilths. Mrs, Stoplcton is n niece of Mrs. Campbell. (ARK.) JCOURUSR PEWS We the Women 11V HUTII MIU.KTT MEA .Staff Writer .She wouldn't be seen in Ihe clothes site wore 10 years ago. She f:nn't wait to try out new decorating Ideas on her home. Her hair styles change with the dictates 01 fashion. - ]Jnt it has been years since she lins consciously done anything to brighten up the pattern of lief man-lane—which by now l s pretty dull and tlrab. Ana there are thousands of wo- !mn like her. They create a pat- joui for living In the first feiv years ol married life and never lx^lu-r to change or improve upon it: They--know the right touches of itliir can brighten up a living room, liul they don't see that the ill-lit (ouches can keep a marriage frc.rn growing dull and commonplace. It, too, lias to be brlgliten- cil U]) occasionally with a new (shared Interest perhaps, or with iii-w and. stimulating friends, or with (lie setting of same goal to- 'iViud which b.oth husband and wife can work. A marriage lias to be kept "up lo (UiuV too. Five years a;;o when her children were little and her h'.j:>l>:uid's income .small, Ihe mar- rla'.;c was pretty nnit-h set |,> one lnitt'-vn from necessity. A\'i!i-:N r oproK'M.iNrry AIIISTS Hut a husband's advancement in his wtirfc and a wife's release trim the constant mre »: ehlldren offers .111 opportunity for changing the pattern. This is Ibe time for more aim vaviod comp:>.nions!iin, tu; wider interests, ami for more amlimmis pl.'innimj. If v.-rmion wc-i't: as d'-'lnrniint'd to };ff'i> dullness out of their mar- fiaji's as they are to keep it out of llii'ir 110mes and wardrobes, they lilf'm u'on't even try. Miss Truman To Make Radio Debut Sunday WASHINGTON, March C. CUP) —Miss Margaret Truman will make her radio deb'it as a tingev on the Sunday evening hour pro-' Si-am of the American liroadcast- ing Co. at 8 to 9 p. in. (ES'l) Sunday, the white House announced today. j The program will originate in' Detroit. The Prtsldenl/s daughter and her. voice leacher, Mrs. T. J. Strickler of Kansas city, Mo., are! In Detroit now, prcjnrlii-j for the i program. | President Truman will be on a] trip lo the Caribbeali al Ihe lime lo observe Atlantic Fleet manetiv- j ers. ire is oxpeclcd lo hear his! daughter over lh c i-adlo. THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 10J7 Livestock ST. I GUIS NATIONAL .STOCKYARDS, Mar. «.—HII'I —(USDAI — Mw.:r:ck: Hugs -1.100, salable 3,000; active, '.v.-iuld.i over 170 lb s slron? to mostly 25c liiL'hcr than Wednesday's average; lighter weights 25 to 50c higher; sows s'.eady to 23c higher: bulk good and choice 170 to 250 Ib's 28.50 to 2(1.75; t«|> 20.75 paid freely: odd lots 2W> to :f:;r> Ibs Lf7.nO to 'Mi.'fff. 130 lo 150 ll>s 23.50 to 25.50: 100 "to 120-lb PUrs 20.50 to 23. 'Calllc 3,300, salable 2.000: calves I.JOO. all snlable: lisht supply of I'Af.tie including; about ',-i down lords of mostly medium to \n\\- tfooc" lijhl weight steci-s. Cow.? making nfi ,-i|)l»'o.\-iniately rs per cent of ricripls. Market active and fully s'i'arly on all classes except venlcrs with choice SI lower: otic kind and f<*w lots medium to good steers 22JO t« 2-1; nu'diinn to Kiiorl heifers nil j mixed yo.irluigs largely 17 to 21;'. ^cmmon an c i medium beef cows K! to 15. vy Launches. Cruiser Bock Suits for divorce filed durinK the past week hi thc local office of (be i county court Hrcul't clerk's office i were by thc following: ' Classclla Stacy v s Orlie Stacy: Mclba Jean cash vs Triininn Cash: Lee Freeman v.s Lewis Freeman and Patty jean Long' vs James ' Curtis Long jr. , - T C:iT r.'BVVS, Vu.. March G. iyP->—The trim i7,C03-lon cruiser Newport News. ccaiing the nawi of .the city where more than 12 c<Jiiiiai snip:; were built for lh- N-avy, was launched today before aj.Ctiowd 1 or more than 3.C03 'it Ntw-pDit News Shipbuilding an~i Drydock Corp. 5wrs. Homer L. Ferguson, wife of the shlr.-juildin'j! company president, was. sinirior of the 710-foot vessel. When fitted, the Newport News will bristle with I lie navy's latest In' armament and other cquip- n'mt. Tim ship's '-'implement is 1C5 officers and 1.7-15 enlisted men. Every B oocl Scout knows how important Ins appearance is. Well, here's a to« r li manly shoe that meet, cvr.y OBtcialscoul lest for style and wcar . Gct ., ])air ^^ _ Q ^ '• part of your unirorin. ?6.50 M cn ' s $7.50 Phone 2342 312 West MuinSt. C'onlinupd from Page; at :ni jiinniiil salary of 5.ffiflo anri clerical alri w i'h an annual wage of S1500. he said. For UHs, funds from member- ships—u|. $25 per year—would bo the source with |x>ssibly additional | memberships purchased from larger business firms jn osccola lu- cxplnlned. With nn estimated 180 fi'ins (here, $4500 could 1) P obtained in this manner, !. s said, but would not be enough. Tho rwnnin- dcr, he suggested, could be raised by a (in-iiu-ial eampalBu I Mr. .Rhodes said it had bt'cn sug-l gcstcd that $10,053 b u raise;! tlic i fust year so the Chamber would' have a financial reserve. Aiiothpr fund-raising jihiti suj;- gestcd, he slated, involved Hie adding of possiily five jier cent to light bills in O.iceola since Ihe city owned its own municipal lisiit and power company. This revenue would b2 \uxts with" ti le $25-a-yc.i.r inon-b2i-ship fees to support ' the Chamber, he said. Former Secretary Spruks Lloyd Oortley. speaking a.s ;\ former secretary and board member of Cliaii;:oers of Commerce rise- where, told citizens at the meeting Dial no other enterprise means a.s much to a community as n chamber of Commerce and stressed the goijtl resulting lo a community rather than any individual in il. Hr> said thnt in hiring- a full-time secretary, ithe one chosen should I be a man ol imagination and cap- I ..ill- of visualizing a community's! development. " I Mr. Godley also said he felt the! only way in which funds could be|' raised called for the support ol i Ihe Chamber by businessmen i through their memberships. Attaching a portion of the liatht! company's revenue wns infeasible, i he sairt. for fear of bringing accusations of political implications.; i Arthur 'Rogers, who, presided ov> er the' meeting, stressed that the"' Chambe:- of Commerce v,-as belli'.; organized for the benefit of the territory surrounding Osceola as well as the .town llself} I'olnllng out that a lomi siith as Osceola war, supported chiefly by agricultural income, he asked (lie support of farmers for Ihe- Chamber. Mr. Rogers reviewed Ihe . constitution, by-laws and aticles of in- corporalion previous to llieir adop- U<m as well as- the steps leading up to lhc calling of last night's n.i'Cliiig. Ahe constitution, by-laws ant.- articles,, he said, were based 1 on recommendations of Hie Nation-' ill Chamber of Commerce, modified lo suit Osceola. Backed by Civic Clubs Jiie Occ»ola Rotary and Kiwanis Ohifii v.erc nackin f; the Ciiambcr's oc.oopmc-nt, Mr. Rogers said. He also c-io<hied a c. Bryan with the initial idea of setting up sltch a ii or-am/ation (here and recogntod Muyor Butler as a strong influence ".'.,,. B '"' g tlle movement under in addressing the meeting prc- «°™ '" "W'-"™! of' Hie Chamtier, 6>- W. (BudI Dowkcr, formerly secretary of Die Jonc&boro Chambei- of Com:i'.:'i-ce and now a resident OJ Os.-eola, listed Die accomplishments of the JonesbDro organization to show what such a group' could do. HL- said that a Chamber i of Commerce is thc focal point oil a community mid suggested' the 1 InriiiB of a secretary who could five his full time to the joii ' Poi;itii![{ nut that a Chamber ol Commerce rciiuiivs effort and money, lie said that .such an organization would bring commensurate returns to the city. Iiniir:' ;i discussion conducted by Sam Hodges, County Judge Koland Green enuoi.scd the 'iormption ol a Chamb:;r of Commerce at Oj- ceola ai»d the plans for its organization. Mr. Bryan re-emphasis;:,* Ihe need for a Chamber there and said it would more than repay the time and cost expended Jerry Poc of Blytheville pointed cut that it would be up to the individual members to make thc Chair.ber a success. Listed as four impending pro- jccls of major importance to Osceola which llic Chamber- of Commerce might undertake as its first, community work were the building ot the proposed hospital, bringing into the town a major hotel, con- .slniclion o/ an airport, and development of a river terminal. Also present at tlic meeting from •Blytheville were Harvey Morris and Miss Delia Pintle. BABY'S NEW TYPEWRITERS We are now inking orders for Royal Typewriters for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us, SAMUEL F. NORRIS SilntliiK—Office Supplies I'i'i North Second TURKISH BATHS Warm, invigoratim; and really a wonder worker, that's what you'll sny about wonderful turk- Ish baths at Arties Beauty Shop. You will feel better instantly and lose poundage so easily ami so fast—you'll be amazed as will your frionds! It's a Uirkish bath at Artie's lor leal results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. Second I'lioiie M02 Shipment of Bassinettes Jusf- in Over tlij. j-c-iru , i0 m ,,ny t| 1O ns:in(U- of hotlU-.s ot..Mi.uiic's JOini-mlrl Ol] iiaye i) Uu .i .sulil 10 h.-lf HiirtVrers find 'l»i'Jk c.-is ( . and comlin-t fi-inu the itr-bii,!.' a,,,] ,,, rhll . e or Kc2( ,, na . l.,is1l(B I'unplcs ;,„,! lnil , ly olhor •xtc,n,i,lly ciiuso,! .skin eruption* l!i:.t «-c unhnsltntlnKiy RI y to yo,, — Jry..Mori.nrs J-.-mcriild Oil for ton jt-.'V't cotnitlsjlely back—sUmUcKs — WOOD DRUO CO. CITY DRUG, CO. Continuous Shows cry Day Itox Office Opens 1;.15 Show S(;ir(s 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN' »:00 a.m. K:K p.m. .] : ?,o p.m. Thursday and Frida CINGEtitOGtRS OOD'S EAN PIERRE AUMONT ADOLPHE MENJOU f™^ ASH R°AIHBONE TTFiP V- Also Shorts Continuous Slianlng Etcryday Treasured as your firsl corsage, this one-piece pel with its gently gathered skirl ... the ric-rac a 'round.,, the laccy daisies here 'n there! Spring-timed bulcher linen (rayon) in Black and sugar-sweet pastels! Junior- sized Bnx Office Oiirns at G:30 Opens Sunday 1:0(1; Sl.irls 1:13 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Salunlay. No passes honored on Sunday at Ihe Kosy. Thursday and Frida VEATUK55 VIVIAN BLAINE DENNIS O'KEEFE PEKRY COMO CARMEN MIRANDAh A 2Ol* CENTURY-FOX PICTURE

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