The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 25, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUHIJ3R NEWS .athteen Thomas Bride *f Little Rock Resident Mrs. Kathleen Oglesby Thomas f Blythevillo and Los Angeles an- ouiues the marriage ol her daugh- ;r. Miss KatWeen Thomas, to Roy lyde Turner Jr., son of Mr. aiut Irs. Rcy C. Turner of Little Rock. The redding was solemnized at o'clock on thearternoonoIMarch 7 in the Prayer Chapel of the entra: Methodist Church of Pay- .teville with., the -Bcv. Paul V. allcway, 'pajs'tor, officiating. The bride's and bridegroom's nt- :ndant^s were. Miss Janelle McCas- ill cf MfCaslclH and Miss Patricia ;iss of Xeosheo, Mo., and Sher,an Williams and Arch Pickens •., bolh of LltUe Rock. •Mrs. Turner attended Blylhoville liyh S:hool . and wr»s graduated nm Franklin Hich School In L-JS :iBcles. She attended the Univer- ty of C.ililpmia at Herkeley and now a sttfdcnt at Univei^lty of rkaireas Rt'FAyctteville. where she :cjmc- a rneiubcr of Kapjxi Kapi Oanuna :S3rority. She has 'been a\nux!eti numer- )s honors; for her beauty ana' •isonaiity and in 1915 was namctt Miss Blyth'eville" in the annual attest sponsored by the Junior aii--.v.ber ol Commerce. She was ivmg the live finalists in the Miss Arkansas" contest. Mr. Turner . was graduated from "iccrgia Militarv Academy and is (.tending lhe University of Arkan-as, where •. '.he is a member of C?-Ppa Siffnisr Fraternity. I 'Both wi.'l b(j graduated this Sum-' Fjlloivliu: -a brief wedding trip, i!r. and Mrs. Turner will be at icinc in Fayctleville. „ _.i,,Social Meets ielc! by. Baptist Women Circles Orte and* TXvo of the ^Voman^; Missionary Society of Ivary Baptist Church had social n:l prggrnni nictlings yesterday 'Circle ~Oii^V met at'the home of Mrs. H. W ; - Burnette. Mrs. Burette had charge of the program n<l also ixuti:ipaling were -Mrs. Roy Smlllv^Mrs. Bernlce Holmes nid Mrs_.:Gfiirgia Hodge. Three vi?ilbrs were Mi's. Maude Ainsfoid, Mrs. Cecil Jackson and Mrs. Lois Lunsfovd. Mrs. Jackson ied a special .prayer for foreign jsions. Other nrayers were given ly Mrs. Pleas "Rambo and Mrs. P. H. Jernigan. Mrs. Henvy McCain was hostess o Circle Two. Mrs. Jim England 'resided for the meeting, which Miss Cleo Bradley r/pened with liraver. Mrs. B. L. Vastbinrter had charge of the program. Taking p.irt were Mrs. . D. L. Webster, Miss "iradiey nnd Mrs, Darrell Lunsford Mrs. Carra Pruitt led in .prayer. •A nc-.v member was Mrs. B. jormany and n visitor was Mrs. Jf.nies Ranv'oo. Refreshments were served 1 at IKitli sessions. Calvary Church Groups To Have Special Service There will be a special mother and daughter service for the Junor ana Intermediate girls of Cal.' Baptist "church tonight at the hnrch. ; Mrs. Mabel Lunsford will be in __ Of the program, which will present Mrs. Clyde Webb as guest speaker. A program of music will be presented by Miss sue McGee. vocalist, and Mrs. Mildred Trail, pianist. The girls..will lake steps forward ^maiden tod lady-in-waitlng po- Refreshmenls will be served. Spring Fashions From Paris Presented with all the |ionip und splendor of pre-war days. Paris sin-hie fashion collccdnns offer a wide varlely of stylo idens in (he finest fabrics seen in many years. At lell, n black silk crept' dinner eoivn designed by jean Denises, stresses Its Zouave draped hemline with deep band of nppllcmcd orsjjmdle leaves. Oft-shonklei' decollete forms tiny sleeves. At right, obviously inli'tuled for the perlect figure Jean Pntou's "lamp shade" dress Is matte of dull black .silk crepe with wide stripes of guipure banded Bits of News PeAlona.1 M. Oillesple, Mr.s. Farris I-.'mri Cilllraple and lib daughter, Mrs. Vcrnon Thomasson, spent today in Ripley, Tcnn., \vherc tliey were called by Die death ot Mrs. E. M. Liilon. WLss Mary JJ Hall Is able to be up after IniYing been 111 with influenza at her hoinu for the past 10 days. Mrs. II. J. Kimbro of Jotiesboro iirrivrtl yesterday afternoon u> s]iend several days as guest of Mis. llcbi.-i'i E. Lee King; and Mr. and Mrs. H.umli-l R Morris. Mrs. Kini'bro re.shk'd hi Blytheville a nu:r.bcr of years ago while Ihe lute Mr. Kitnbro was district manager here oi Southwestern. Bell Telephone Company. She was accompanied 1 by MH'S. King, whospent tlie weekend with her, and by her son, Huiiler Kiiwbro, who also spent the weekend -willi her. 'Mre. Mnry Alklnson left this morning to return to her home in Oklahoma City after spending 1 two weeks here with her son, Ur. O. E. Atkinson, and fa<niily. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Bucci ofProv- Irience K. I., arc gticsts of her mo- Ihor. Mrs. illanciie Somers, nnd her uiiPle, K. V. McPnll. Mr.s. Uiiccl is thf; former Miss Joyce Snmers of l)l-,**ievi)le. Mrs. John F. Lcnti, who has been ill at her home nl 024 Wnlnut with Inlliicnza for the past week, is able to be up. Miss Mary Ann Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Moore, is 111 at her home with influenza. Dr. w. P. Brewer Is able Io he out nflcji having been ill for the week at his home. in emerai t;rcen velvet ribbon. Baptist WMS Meetings Held in Members' Homes The Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Clun'ch nie-i, yesterday nfieinon in ocirolu groups. Circle One met wllh Mrs. M 0. Outlaw with 11 members present. The opening prayer was led by Mrs. J. L. Nubci-s and Mrs. Kendall Berry laught, lhe iesson. The closing prayer was given 'by Miss Cordelia Wilhilc. Mrs. Gertie Hawks was h GEO Club Entertained »MlBS Alexa Williams and Mrs. Howard N. Moore eniurlnhied the CEO Chili last night al lhe Moore hcnie. M!-"s Ha Rogers won high score' |>:fzo wlicn In-ldgc was plnycd and bridge, went to Miss Dorothy Jean H!g«lnsoii. The hostess served refreshinenls. (j I Brother of BlythcYille Holland Rotary Club Host to Basketball Teams Following completion of the basketball tourmiment last, week, the Holland, Mo.. Rotary Club en- lertahtv'd boys and (jirls tennis of Holland High School with a dinner party niul dance. Guests of honor were the gir!s, who won the Southeast Missouri championship tournament. They previously hud won the Pemiscot County championship at Camth- cr.sville. Ralnrlnn A. B. Rhodes of Ca- ruthei-syille \\xis ynest speaker for the occasion He discussed the 'National debt and its relationship to the small communities and individuals. We the Women 11} KUT1I MIM.P/IT MIA starr iviiier A Iloslon ucrmatolojjlst claims lie can usually BUCKS ;t persons job liy UiokJr,|/ :a his skin, out 1 skin may »' v " us awny Io a derm- '.Uoloiri-i, ijiit oil oyrs f-'lvr- us ftwa to almost every body. ' A far - a\Viiy look in her e>rs belruy.s the wuin- an who is li • j jug - with only Dart <>'. her. mind, even though -jiv manages to gay, _ "You don't mean [tll!|l M| , |C(( II" and "What a plly." at the right moment. A (jtaiice at hl.s watch betrays the bored jiiiest, even iliormh lv; |>ut.s a iiiulle mi liis face and pretends to In 1 interested in the con- Thi' cold, calculating look one woman bestows an another says"She is tieltor dressed Ulan I am" MWnGIi CO.Ml'I-.-rmON Take a woman who similes her reTlcTtidn in htr comjwi.-i mirror wllh iiioi-u concentration and interest lluin slio directs toward h>r, CECon. Tills should be an indica- lion io him thai she'll .Uwiys no more interested i,, herself -ind lhe iiniirc.-s.sion she makos than in -iK'JK. ,Tlu' i'yi-s that don't light MU wlu'ii lhe mouth Mullets show there, is no will-mill behiiul pretended friendliness. Our eyes give us all away. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Chapter D. p. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting with Mrs. E. H. Lancashire, I o'clock. .. ' Mrs. Baker Wilson hostess Io Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Fred Riuherrord hostess In Town and Country Bridge Club THURSDAY Jolly Eight Club .meeting wllh Mis. Harold llinson. Pathfinders' Class of First Methodist church meeting at the church, 7:ao o'clock, for covered t'liMi dinnt'v. AJplM Delta chapter of Bc!n Siliina I'hi will have "modr^" meet- Ing, 2:30 o'clock, in lhe clubrooin. Wioliean Sunday school Class of Fh.M Baptist Church juceling at the home of Mrs. Turner Kissell on IFolly Street, 7:30 o'clock, fur covered dish supper. Mr.s. Marvin Nniin enlevtains Oc- lettc Club. Mrs. H. D. Hughes hostess to Thursday Club. Mld-Weel: club meeting '.viUi Mrs. O. A. Cunningham. Thursday Contract Club members yuU'sls of Mrs. F. B. Joyncr. ONB Club meeting with Mrs. ,1. C. TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 10-17 Manila News Castlebcrry alter a week': Rex home (roll, Mich. has returned > visit in Ue- L. Riucnslein of Pittsburgh spent last week with his brother, Guy flubensleln, and family. Mi.s. Rasa, Caraway is in Storing, Fla., where she will be the guest several weeks of Mr. and Mrs. liuster Caraway. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Honibcrger and son. Joe Keith, have returned home after spending two weeks in i 2-1, with odd bend 7'Jiolcc 26; Shrevcpoi't, La., as guests of Mrs. Horivbergcr's mother, Mrs. Bessie Osceo/o News to 23.25; stags 18.50 to 21 C : 'tl!e 3.SOO, nil salable; calves 2,000, all salable. 'Steer supply liberal with around 40 loads on sale early. Quality of these suincwhat Improved over Monday with a larg^' representation fallini; in good grades. liutchor yearlings in moderate (supply «n<| cows relatively liberal in uneven market. Market fair- Jy atiivc nnd steady to strong with relatively few sales despite considerable inquiry. A few medium to steers 21 to 22.M; good kinds ith odd bend choice 26- <fci 0 d I heifers mill mixed yearlings 21 l> 23; some held higher; medium kinds ' 18 to 20: odd head good cows around 10 to; common nnd medium around 13 to 15.50. O you suffer Mfv m<JJ1 < ; ""! is amuM to vw'il .',!'!' '"; r , vo " s 'Ustifss nn.l W<MK, ciatil:y. 'clniyiud out' r,uil- IllgS, Of BUl!l> davB-wlSl S", ,a li. " , , Om E-PIMKHAH'S Gene Butler and J, Fred Smith, students at University of Arkansas. Faye-Uevillc, siient, the weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ojcar Wolff liavo I'olmrned from Dallas, Texas, where I hey were gu«ls of Mi. Wolffs mother. Mrs. Prank B. Williams Is ill at her home on Highway 01 South. Mrs. John Allen and Mrs. Milton Jonc.s were Hlylhcvillc visitors yesterday. Condition of Ed Wiseman, who has been 11 pa-th-nt in (he Baptist Hospital, is much Improved. OAHI) OF THANKS 1 lie family or Hie laic Susie Can- w-slH's to extent! heartfelt ihunks for the kindness and sympathy ••-'• UV.-H iiui'ins the illness and death f our molhei. and jrramllnolhrr Maymc Ciarrcti and Cmndchildren CITY CAB Meetings The Yarbro Men Of the Motho- dl=l Church Club will have a supper meeting tomorrow nighf, 8 o'clock. «l the church. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. March 25. (UP) —(USDA) --Livestock: HOBS 5.200, salable 5,000; barrows and Bills mostly SOc higher Hum Monday's average; sows 50 to 7Sc higher: 170 to 250 Ibs. 21.75 to 28; lop 28; 250 to 300 llK. 27.25 to 27.75; heavier weights 27/25 dawn: i:io to 150 Ibs. 24 to 26.50; 100 to 120-11). pit's 21 to 23: 270 to 500-ltl. SDWS 23.50 to 2-1.75; heavier weights 22.r>0 Might At The Hospitals '" j Blylhevllle Ilnsriitiil Admitted: 'Mary Alice Folc.v, city. Mrs, ?~.mmn Moore, city. Mrs. Jack Phillips, Ktooli- W. Jf. Whnllcy, city. taincd at the hoiiic'"of Mrs. "J." w. la 'Memorial Park Cemetei-y. Rayder. Mrs: p. B. Bledsoc taught wns 3S the lesson. i! ° wns the son of (he Woodrufl Mrs. Fred Copeland was hostess[ County circuit Clerk. George Hnr- to seven nicmbcrs of Circle FouiV »!•""») nnd (lie brother of Plovd Har- for which Mrs. EWj Carson pravc nlson. of Blylhcvillp, mi eiiiphiye the opsninp prayer. Mrs. Waller '" "'c post office here. Dishcp taught the lesson and Mra. I Besides hl ; ; parents and brother R. G. Cash led the closing prayer.'hp leaves ii sister, Miss Susie rielle •Mon-UcVs of Circle Five met with Harnlson of Ainjustn Mrs. 1/oyd stickmon. Mrs. R. E.; .! Blaylo:k led In prayer. Mrs. G. V.! Daws jrave the devotional and Mrs. MotllQciist Women M > Roy Head (aught the lesson. Six • —- "iv'i ini. p'm.'rs were present. ' Circle -Six met with Mrs. Marion Williams. Tiie w meiricrs present included one new monitor, Mr OOES PNDERSlOl CONSTIPATED MAN i Famous cereal keeps him ' "regular" 'without drugs '• Discouragred nbout your constipation? Then read this sincere, unsolicited letter: "1 tried so many kinds of laxatives for const! pation. tytt nfter a while they nil fnilnl io >Io Ibtir "work. I slatted to cat KEI.IXICG'S /(tt-E/.'.-liV some time mo »nil was surprJeejj to Tiritl thts «-on<Icrrul o'luct hcli-cO (n« n3 rnany laxatives h.icl failctl to do. I caVit every day now nm happy 1o $ay I feel like a new manl" Mr. ' li. Uo Ward, US park Avenue. Edae-' •wood 5, E. I. Raymond Maxwell. Mrs. E. K. vlrrc of In Three Circle Groups QSCEOL..\, Ark., March 25-The \yoinniis Society of Chrlsllim Scr- Ihe Methodist Church aftorniion in rclc -levens led thf cpeninp graver and Mrs. C. S. L?mont tausht the groups lesson. Mrs. E. J. Gulp jjnvc I ho; Circle one met in (he homn of " prn ^ pr - , t Ml '». Mary spimn, when she Mrs were M-i-vcil rtimnRi Punl Coinvny, Miss Nettie orr-'v and Mrs. Swunccy were hostesses' Miss Grey ](..(| () )c ,[Pi-otj 0 ni,j for (he 12 members present. Mrs. Bruce Colbert. Mrs. GUV Dubbins mid Mr .s. Hnrrv M , ulock were hostesses to l.'i members of l hour at earl, of lhe Yes, eating regu- ' , s- - larly often brings lasting relief from constipation due to laek of bulk in the diet. For best results, eat it for breakfast every day — nnd drink plenty of water. Try it j for ten days! If by that time you 'are not. completely satisfied with •KELLOGG'S ALL-CHAN, send J the, empty carton to the Kellogg .Company, Battle Creek, Michigan, | and get doti&fc your money back. ^ A LIi-BKAN is .not a purgative • but n wholesome 'fowl made from the vital outer layers of whole • wheat. Eat daily cither as a cereal or in muffins. Ask yoftr grocer for KELLOGG'S ALL-BKAN. Sormfj Slurfy Held At Methodist Church Mrs. H. W. Wy'ie had clnr^n of Hie study lesson yestevdiiv morning when the Woman's Society of Christian Service n; Tirst Mothn- fllit Church had its Sprinc study and luncheon at the church. Mrs. Wylic was nssl.stcd bv Mrs. Jonn Miles Miller. Mrs. L. E CTil. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner anil Mrs. George pylcs. .The closing mayor wns leil liy Mrs. Allen D. Stewart. Miss Daws Hostess To Auxiliary Members | The Young Woman's Auxiliary | of First Baptist Church met last night with Miss Wiliogcnc Daws at «ie home of her parents. Mr. I and Mrs. G. V. Daws. 1 Miss Neilji Simmon pave the! devotional and Miss Carolyn \Vadc ' and Miss Daw.s presented the program. In addition to the 15 members present was a guc^t, Mr.s. E;b Carson. Mrs. Daw.s and Miss K-itherinc WeslbrooK assisted the hostess In crving refrcslinients. Miss America Contest Originator Kills Self DAYTONA DEACII, Pla., Mnceh 25. <UP>—A coroner's jury rcn- ttercd a venllcl. of suicide today In the death of Thomas P. Endicott, Jr., son of a wealthy Atlantic City niyht club owner credited with stnrling the "Miss America" beauty contests at the New Jersey re-sort The verdict came after members of the jury had viewed a paraffin test made on the hands of Endicott and his widow. Officials said that the wax Impression taken of Mrs. Eudicott's hands proved '.hal she had not fired lhe shot which killed her husband. hers gathered there. Mrs. Harry Jones wns leader for lhe wbrsh!-) study. A social hour follower! each session. regular social meeting of the Wfrs- leyan Guild or "the Methodist Church was held last night at the honm of Miss Emily Mason. iflss Mason \ v as assisted in [>n T L.-M'lnining by Mrs. Mary ai'.ice ETs-kin. " * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. Sl'.i E. JJain Phone 2187 re FRIENDS WHO CANT JOIN YOU IK Send a message of friendliness ...send Hallmark Easier Cards. •MB.-WEST MAIM ST. Mrs. \Villiam KnoW. Tvler, Mo. Mrs. Julius Davis mill baby, city. Walts illnspUal Dismissed: Charles Robinson. Braggadocio. JIo. "Mrs. Hattie Costlier. Manila H. R. Crawford, Dell. Guild Has Meeting OSCF.OLA, Ark.. March PI M r P LIES Disappeared Overnight Ch-olc liei't Two, which mot in the Col- Mrs, A. AI. Rogers ol cosKlnclctl the tlevotlonnl, Fnber white. Mrs, L PO n Circle Three a • Fabcr while the home of I when is mem-' Davis Brothers Service Station & Garage ! FRANKLIN HOIilllNS, Mrrlumir ' Lion Products (leneral Tiros ! Aulo PiirlsiS Accessories « ******^^ To the Debtors of the Estate of | Dr. Thomas F. Hudson | .'*! wish lo stale lhal his rlinic will be opon all tiny £ Saturday, March 29. It will lie personal favor if they | will come in and settle 1 heir account on lhat date, s '*' ' Thomas F, Hudson I«: I CilVE «IS THIS DAY . . . OUR DAILY «RK,\n Per bread lhe merchant labors long and late; For bread the beggar goes from gale to ealc. For bread the sailor loses hearth and home, A thousand, thousand miles bread-seekers roam. For bread arc weddings made and sermons said; Of nil good things, t!ie first and best Is bread. —By Arthur GultcmiBn mam 'ContihiiiHts Snows* livery Day lios Office Opens 1 :.|5 Show Starts 2:(If) LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:-I5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Paslel rayon crepe fitted to the nimlilc Junior figure, with the new swag drape round lhe hips. Khincstonc studded licit ai\d buttons. Cnl hy Carl^-c, St. Louis. Shipment of Bassinettes Jusf- in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phone 230S HARD-TO-GET .ITEMS Steel Scissors I'oxiul SruU'S—Lock Bovon . Small FiJiiiff Ca)ii»i-f.-i S|H'cd O'lVlnL IUi|)liral«)-s S'tnd'oncry Nurcross Greeting Curils SAMUEL F, NORRIS Prlntluc—orilcc Sujipllcj 12i North Sccomt Tuesday and Wednesday YE ALWAYS LOYKD:YOU inTECHNICOI.OH Continuous Showihiff r.vcryday Ho\ Office Opens at 0:30 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Coiilinnous Shows Sal. and Sun. Bareuin Nigl.l Every Niglll Kxccpl Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxr. Tuesday and WcilnesMay Trouble Chasers willi Mnxic Ttoscnblooin and nnd Hilly CriHjrrt

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