The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1947 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE JARK.) COURIER NEWS T\YO Affairs Honor n Guest --. Jplmson of Minneapolis, Mlrin,, guests, "of Mrs. oairjJ£^B A ; Clsftk, with', whom she has' teen vacationing In Bracten- tcHvn, Fl3., was complimented 'with two social affairs during her brief slay here. She was guest of honor Saturday night when Mrs. Roland Green entertained with a 1 o'clock dinner party and honored again Sunday morning by Mrs. Clco Langston and her sister, Mrs. Ann MoWII- Jia«s, with a breakfast. Guests at Mrs. Green's dinner party t were served from two tables, dccotatod with jonquils. Guests In- cUMedr%s.-;O!ark. Spring J" •"Hoovers ' centered the lirc'akf^fe'If ^"wJSen " Mrs. Langston apa-'Mcs.":'.iMc\y'illiatris . enter- tn hied ;: file Minneapolis visitor and •Mrs. Clark.- • •-. • • •'• ' ' . 'MiRs"Jalinson" was motored yes- trrda'y affefnq'aji Ttp" St.' touls by Mi-s. f Clark, who will return here within n few days. « • • Miss Margaret Heath Bride of E. E. Stone Announcement was made today of tlio marriage of Miss Margaret Heath of Paducah. Kv., formerly of BlyXljeviJle, to E. E. Stone of ' The --wedding -was solemnized March '2^111™ a ceremony at the Methodist,- Chiifch " at Stuttgart with the.'Rev. V. D. Keeley, pastor, *-- • Paris Spring Fashions Bits of News .,! Mrs. W. Leonard Smith has returned from Montlceilo. " v'h'ar'c she visited Mrs. Adii MQ|'rlseUe. seriously ill in :i liospllal there. Mr. and Mrs Clalr Miller and two stiwH sons, have returned from Hot Springs, where they spent the weekend. They were accompanist home hy her father, K. Kerry; Mrs. T, R. Watson of Armorei ind Miss Corn Lee Cojeman hnvc" returned homo from Uttle Rock and Helena, where they, were giu-sts of Mrs. Watson's daughter. 'Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway have returned from a three weeks visit in Hot Springs. We the Women BY RUTH ja.lt JfKTT NBA Staff Writer It's a wise man who knows his own weakness. Like, for instance, the Army corporal who asked for p.'VI received along with his divorce a court order forbidding );i m to m a^ry for .two 3'ears. Explained the corporal l^o the Judge: "It's for my own pjotce- tipn. There are t°o many good- looking women around here "•-»^H»«il .,^r' *l curporal asked the court to give alibi. m "»"v slant on an old .Mauled men who can't resist e<«Jd-!ooking women hav e long used the excuse, "My wife won't di- y.rcc me," when a conquest begins lo hint at marriage. 'f'he '. corporal has si -• cruized that dcfeiiKq to many you _ |,ut I couple of MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1947 to Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. Walker Dakei- hostess Wednesday Bridge Club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs, Fred nuthcrford. THURSDAY Mrs. Clco Langsloon entertaining Club with 1 o'clock lunch- COii. GNU Club John Tyrone. meeting with Mrs. Mrs. Helen wren hostess to Jollv Eight Clul). . y FRIDAY Mrs. O. O. Blklns hostess to CRC Olub. Florida Vacation For President End? Wednesday KEY WEST, Pin.. March 17. (UP) — I lie temporary wjiite House an- nounced today that President Truman's Florida vacation will end Wednesday afternoon. He will take off in his special plane, the Sacred Cow, shortly alter lunch Wednesday, returning to the .White House in time for dinner that night. White House Press Secretary Charles G. Ross said Mr. Truman had "greatly benefited" from his stay at the u. S. NnVy Submarine Un.se here. Spotty weather kept the President, away from the beach this moir.lug. Read Courier News Wajit Ads. TOOFAT?GetSU««E 8 tfiis vitamin candy way tot). «28: 200 in 320 DM., $27.25 to i^./FS; isp u, 160 ]bS| 523 t(J . io- i l '/V to 120-lb nius £20 to ^•iw I'ke to Rood 270 'to 500-lb' "w«. $23^3 o ' to -.|i,ef.Krnr <:u | n » "«. No txi-rclsini!, No laxalivVt No dnjss WH , iffii m pt a A y, ViUnun Candy Kcihjcing Pla you don't cut'oui niiy i m 'a| sl"re>iM.I»liitOHi.,i W ai a ',„ \, Mtf "' yoii unmly cul them dowti It's easier ivhi'ii- jou cniov- delirious vilaniiti f.).t,ri«l) XVDS c.in<Iy meals Atisolotcly lurnS lin-Jirilcal t«H3 roniiuotty] Ly „„ Jj. nil uuctort. rnoru than 1OO ••.•«•• !•« 14 «. 19 ib>. >..,!»>> In" 1VD3 ViiuiVun .i! jypre a Kirshmoor suit of pearl' grey with a hat In matching grey. Her accessories were In black and she wore a corsage of pink rosebuds and sweetpeas. Mrs. stone -,vas graduated from high school at Paducah and attended college at Bowling Green. • Mr. stone i s connected with Dell .Service station. They will make Inelr home here. Presented with all the pomp nnd splendor qf pre-war days, t'i<> Hans spring fashion collnctioiK offer n wide variety of style; Kims In the finest fabrics seen In ninny years. Black sill; crepe dinner sown lei I, designed by Jcn» Bosses stresses It-s Znmtvo c!rn|>ecl hemline will: deep bam! of appliqued orjjamiic sleeves. Otf-the-shouldcr decoiistc Vofnis tiny sleeves. At right, Jcmi Patent's "lampshade" dress, obviously intended for the perfect figure, is made of dull black silk' crrpr with wl'ie stripes of KUipurc banded in emerald green velvet riblK>;i NE\ Telephoto.) * Luxora Resident Bride Of John James Hcflin Andersons Have Son Mr. Jr. and Mrs. James Anderson ' Of wide interest here Is the marriage of Miss Hose Lou Cook?, daughter of Mr. and Mrs." Mord'!- cai Carrigan Ccokc of Luxorn. to. John James Hcflin Jr., of MemphisJ -T--— --: son of 'Air. and Mrs. J. J. Hcflin arc the parents of a son barn of Nashville. S- night sit Walls Hospital. The wedding wa s solemnized tieir first child, has not Saturday in the Lincoln clinp-l of e " ' . ,. I the New York Avenue Presb>le:iari nrto,.«n,, is llle formcl . c , nu . ch m Washington. Dr Peloi' daughter of Mr. Marshall, pastor of the church and chaplain of the United Stutcs Senate, officiated. The bride was given in marriage, by her brother-in-law, William J. \Yiuiderlicli of Blythcvillc, and her sister, Mrs. Cooke Vpllmer of Mcm- mn\ -T.I?' --TiT""- ••• March 17 - Phis, was her ftttehdant. Folder P. ^^ -ra^ft W S "^ >^-^ 1 '- .-. best ,i.jll ;W , i,cla here After n Southern wedding- trip, .icials from eight they will live In Memphis. : ??"•••.,_- ~. I T' le "fide wns grnduatcd from Ccntrnl College at Conxvay and nt- tended Northwestern University at Evanstan. 111., anrt the University Miss Jean L. _„„„.., and Mrs. iBert N. Lamb • • T Members of Eastern Star Will Meet in Little Rock At The Hospital* . KI.YTHKVll.Ui HOSPITAL Admitted: Miiltli! Marie Craln. Hnyli Mo. Mrs. J. W. Leslie", city. Mrs. R. II. P. Burks, city. Dr. C. C. Stevens, city. Mrs. William Kno.v, Tyler Mo. Jerry Lane, city. J. S. Ashley, city. Mrs. E. II. Hasan; Manila. ' Mvs. John Askins. city. Esther ,Shai[>, city. Mrs. W. R. Clause, city Dismissed: ' .. Lewis Lee Wood, Osceoln. •» Mrs. Martha Turner, Dell. Mrs. Lula Vickcry, city. Lorraine Hent'on," city. , . Quiiicy Oliver Alexander st n , -rtf ' T, ri n H , Sn » th - worln >' pS ' IH M ° :t , Q ' Mnl> ' 8 H ' WC y Erand . ., Arkansas at P.xyettcvnie _QkIahpma, Louisiana, Ari- Kansas, IIH- s , zona, south Dakota, nois and Arkansas. Class Elects Officers Officers have been selected for a newly-organized. Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church Jack Owen will serve ns nresideat: Mrs. p. L. Steadirmn." vice president; Miss Ethel Mae Eberdt. secretary - treasurer; Mtss Mary Adah Robinson, soda! chairman. D. H. Arney Is tile teacher, yhe Onss has been named the "Seck•••-•• Carles Little Graduates Fr'pm Ordnance School Charles R Uttle has been graduated from the Army Ordnance School at Aberdeen Proving Ground, iidi, arid Is now being processed for overseas service, according to information received today hy,his father. Major Curtis J. Littler He is expected here soon for a brftf furlough. , pl , s H( , ft ot Phi Bctn Kappa nnd Sigma Alpha Epsllon fratei-nitlcs. Guests included Mvs. \V. J Wuu- de'r'ich, Oscepla Hews *• • The Rev. mid Mrs. L. R. Still had asJfcheir guests this week the Rev. Tnd Mrs. William Walters and daughter. Donna, from Plat River, Mo. While here, they attended a rally at the Fi;st Christian Church in Caruthersvillc. Billy Shelby of Memphis nnd CaDie 'IjOwrance of Driver were weekend guests of >R. Snow Wilson. ill at liis, home on Somme.^ Ave Mrs. Prank Williams and 'Mrs. R. J. CiiUeKnie were iiostes.^cs F/i- dsy to eight guests at the Dewcy Club lionse in Marked Tiw. Mrs. S. Ij. Gladish and Mrs. W. E. Hunt were in Memphis Saturday for the play Hamiet. The Utcrarv Glob will meet Tuesday, 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. C. E. Dean on Half Avenue with Mrs. .V. G. Mann and Mri O. W. Knight as co-hostessos Mrs, city. Mrs. Fred Flc M'A Dismissed:' 1 Mrs. Jesse Lynn D , Lynclu Fuy Southhard,'Specie, Mo N. M. 'Moure; 1 Manila. Mrs. Elsa N. Shanski, Canithers- ville. Mb. ' .Fay .flailcy, Route 1, city. Mrs. B. Ruby Walker. Tyler. Mo. Mrs. Estellc E-.istcp. city. Mrs. .Inss L. Holin nnd t land, Mo. Mrs. Joy Garner, cilv. IlAl'l'IST HOSKITAL, i> Dismissed: W. w. Johnson, Dlythevlllp ST. .KKSIU'H Blytheville Army left Friday for Danvijle. hold two weeks service'. Mfc Ncely Pei'iy student at Arkansas Rtate Colleijci Jonesboro. spent the weekoncf \vlth her parents. Mr and Mrs. George Perry, at Huffman. Mrs. John Thomas returned yesterday to her home in Knoxvillc. Tenn., after having been here for the past two weeks \viti> . her mother, Mri E. A. GopUrich. Co'ii- dition of Mrs. Goodrich, who \iii- det'went a major operation, two weeks ago at Walls Hospital, now is much . improved and .she has been removed' to her home, 1HI1 West Chickasawba. Mrs.. Charles Riiy Newcontb and Mrs. Kehdiill Berry spent today in Memphis. Mrs. O. Shnnyo spent yesterday in Kennctt. Mo:,'as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Rcscnthal, who formerly lived in Blythcvillc. Msr. Alton Jaggers and son, Jiminie, left Saturday • to join her daughter, Lind'a, 'and her* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burns, in Port PIcKrce, Pin., where they, have been the oust five weeks. They plaii to return the first of May. Mr. and Mrs. C. (M. Todd Jr., of Memphis, were weekend guests of her son. J. C. Roach, and family, 1133 West Ash St. Mr. nnd Mrs. J; C.' Mick of Opean Side,, Calif;', .arrivetj ;today ; ; to be •the bverjiight guesis ' of- relatives. -•);vi««Blii, Gail Bllvens, route Dismissed: Juanila Morgan, Wilson. #Un(? frohi''mlliici _ist Cherry. Miss Marie Schujahn, _.. to her home in St.' ' J tionis from Memphis, was the xveekcnd guest of Mr. and Mrs.' J.-A'.' McKay siild also visited in Kntecr_ as tile guest of'Mr. and Mrs. Taliha'dge McKay.' Jn Memphis, she visited Mr. and I Mrs. Russell . Hodge and family. " ol " formerly of Blytheville. I Condition of Dr, G. C. Stevi-ns, who was admitted this weekend to Blythcvillc Hospital, was improved today. ( 'Mrs. ^red Plecman is snft'erinEr \vltlv a broken .wrist. E.fL, Hnle is spending this wi-ck in Hot Springs. iMr, and -Mrs. Russell Baugh-havo A) losler, qj always, A Hallmark Cord will betl express your perf|c( fasfe, you f ffiough'fufcejs. i\ n E i r i s if«i>«9* is'tfSGflitiw» i lyi i null ivu i\ NBVQUS,€RANKV,TIREP~OUT On 'CERTAIN DAYS' of The Month! Do female functional monthly disturbances make you feel nervous, fidgety, crnnky.io tired aud 'draij- gcd out'-at such time.s? Then u*o try Lytita E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relievo sijch symptoms. ItVi /unions for this purpose! Taken regularly—Piukhain'5 Compound helps build up resistance against suclj 'distress. Aud that's the kind of product you should buy. Thousands have reported benefit! Worlff trying. VEGETABLE COMPOUND Stylish and Versatile! A wave so modern, ycl so vevs.itile, is yours tor Uic risking at oiif modern beauty s;Uon. Trust your hair to our experienced stylists and enjoy soft swirling curls piled lurr), and prettily upmi your head! CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP limp card If i lC wants to play II. But there's something not qulie lortlug about n ;i unimin-led man's aiding the same trump in reserve According 1 0 the time-honored lies of the game- a man v;i77iout wife is eligible. Livestock ST. LQUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, March 17—<UP> —(USDA) Livestock: Hogs 12,500: salable 8,500; market nrly active, mostly steady with Krutay's average. Bulk good and iioice 170 to 250 Ibs., 527 75 to 528' moved into their home Hearn street, which they at 1711 . ^ recently iirclutsecl. Miss Pandora Whit-.vorth. MUs Hcpe Whitworth and Elwood Deen spent yesterday in Driver with Mr. °f»l 'Mrs. James Eslancter and' fam- •: * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE EDWARDS RNITURE GO. ':. M.till classes -anti opening deals fully steady. Several loads top medium and low good steers, $23 to $2350' medium to gool heifers and mixed yearlings, $17 to $22; common aud medium beef cows, largely, $13 to $15.50; a few good cows.'$16 and above. MIDNIGHT INN Hlylheville, y\rk. NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK Wednesdays, Fridays, aijd Saturdays Dancing Free!! ; North HigltMay Bt IT... -^.. i rriup rn Eqster GIFT SUGGESTIONS Greeting Cards Easter Candles for Table Decorations •••••••••f•••• Prince Matchahelli's Stradavari Perfume • -,-IT~~^~~»*»^-W< | THE GIFT SHOP We Gift Wrap Free Raditfs Greatest Musical Qpnigaiion ESKA For g New You! V YHH'VB never seen yourself look as well as Eska can make you look! Kska brings yon everything in breath-taking beauty for such a small investment. Tf you want :i real EASTER rave-about ... see us today for an Eskn De Luxe. The Beauty Clinic Isr National Bank Building Phone 3274 It's Coming! Armory Hall FRIDAY, MARCH 21st, 8 p.m. Admission Per Person Sponsored By BLYTHEVILLE "NEW TYPEWRITERS We are no» r taking orders lor Royal Typewriters for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County, call or write us. SAMUEL F, MORRIS FrlDtlne—Office Supplies 1M North Second Shipment of Bassinettes Jusf- in THE TOT SHOP j 105 S. 2nd. Phone 2M08 Continuous Shows Every |)ay Box Office Opens 1 :<15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN :00 a.m. 12:.|5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. i.iist Time Today with George Rafl and Sylvia Sydney Paramount News Also Shorts Continuous SIiowlnK Everyday Tuesday Wctlncsday PMBIN-MOTOR 1 f •i» HI COUIJiS-VUUlCE IOIO-OUK H*l[»i Also Short Subjects C/ontiiiuous SliowiiiK Kveryday Box Office Opens at 0:30 Opens Sunday 1:00; .Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Escepl Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. Time Todav ivith Laurence Olivier and .loan Fontaine Fqi News and Selected Short Tuesday Wednesday ~~? c_:r^sn, y-/ JACKOAKIE - PEGGY RYAN SUSPENSE! TERROR and LOVE! MERLE OBERON DARK WATERS

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