The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 25, 1950
Page 2
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l»AGE TWO BLYTHEVlt.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 195« Jin« Shelton, Society Editor Mis* Perry to Wed Linwood H. Elmore 0 C T O BE R WEDDING 1M,AN- marrlage i. NE J> — Miss graduated Ne«ly L. Perry, 0 f Announcement If mad* today by Mr. and Mrs. O«orge Perry of lh« Huffman community oi the engagement »nd approaching marriage of their daughter, MU« Neely L. Perry, to Llnwpod H. Mmore, ol Greenwood, Mis«., ton of the late Mr. and Mn. William Elmore of Wlnona, Miss. An early October planned. The bride-elect v from Armorel High School and at- daughter tended business college In Memphis jj r an( j j[[. s and Arkansas State College, Jones- r ' r> errv ' boro. She is a former member fac- ^«<> r p 1 errj , ulty member of the Armorel schools Of the Huff- and Is now teaching »l Cooler, Mo. man corniVUin- Mr. Elmore Is a graduate of Kil- it : bplrnth- mlchael, Miss., High School, and Is ll *> ..'" T . , a veteran of J8 months service «d to I-.mwoort with' the Air Force. He Is now con- H. Elmore of nected with the T. N. Powell Ap- Q r e e n wood, pliance Store at Greenwood, Miss. Birthdays Are Observed At A. G. Little Home A family dinner party yesterday at tne A. O. Little home on Clear Lake Road, celebrated the birthdays of Mr. Little »nd his great granddaughter, Gmnle Heath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath. Shaded chrysanthemums centered the dining table at which the group was "sealed. Following dinner, the remainder of the afternoon waa spent informally. Outof town guests were Mrs. J. K. Garner of Greenwood. Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bell of Oxford. Miss.. Hamilton Little of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oliver, Jr., of Proctor. Program Meeting hield at Gosnell A combined Royal Service program and business meeting was held Thursday night st the Oo.sne.1 Baptist Church by 16 member's ol the Bits of News Women's Missionary "He That Reacieth" Union. was the devotional presented by Mrs. Gladys Jones fallowed by the service program, "Can You Read " Mrs. Lewis Rhymes closed the program session with a prayer. A business discussion, during which new officers were elected, was held. Those named to serve were: Mrs. L. T. Karnes, president; Mrs. Alice Lott, first vice president; Mrs. Boyd Tittle, second vice president; Mrs. Porbthy Karnes, secretary, »nd Miss Wilma Williams, treasurer. Plans for a mission study lo be held 'Thursday at the church were announced after which the meet- Ing was closed with prayer. Baptist RA's Meet At Church The Mitchell Houston Chapter of of the Royal Ambassadors of the Number Nine Baptist Church met Thursday at the church for a stal* mission program with seven members and three. guests attending. Mrs. W. E. Rhoades. Mrs. Tom Kellick and Miss Alfred Stovall were the gioup's guests. Willis Rhoacies presided over the meeting which opened with the repeating of the watchword and sing- ne of the R. A. hymn. Each meintwr answered roll call with a scripture. Greetings to the Royal Ambassadors were given by Mrs. Rhoades followed by the devotional presented by Mrs. Kellick. Miss Stovall dt.«us5cd the life of Dixie Jnckspn after which Royce Kellick, Thomas Kirk. Eugene Hhoades and Larry Whittle participated on the program. Prayer was ottered throughout the afternoon for Baptist Workers and [heir organizations after which a Circle of Comrndshlp and repeat- Ing of the Lord's Prayer closed the meeting. Evans Ordained To Ministry Curoll Kvans, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Evans of Blytheville. was ordained to th'e Baptist ministry in services held yesterday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Blytheville. Mr. Evans, who Is now a member of the junior class at Ouachlta College, Arkadelphia. was graduated from Blytheville High School. He is now minister of the Wat- tensau Baptist Church near Little Rock arid will continue his studies at Ouachlta in connection with his pastoral work. First Time Baptists Plan Special Meeting My Church Owes Me Something" is tne program which will be presented al the Brotherhood meeting of the New Liberty Baptist Church tomorrow night al. the church. Raymond Stringer Is In charge n{ the meeting «nd the rtev. W. K. Edmondson of Armorel will be the guest speaker. Com i no Events Social Calendar Monday >4f&. Doyle Shumate hostess to ne Oak Home Demonstration Club. Lake Street WSCS' itweU at the church at 7:30 p.m. Odd Fellows Lodge 200 r No. 18 meets at 8 p.m. Junior Hlgn School PTA has meeting. Executive Board meets at 2:30 p.m. Genera! meeting at 3 p.m. Social hour will follow. Mrs. Newton Whltls hostess to Tri-Town Mrs. J. Club Eight. Club. Wednesday O. Sudbury entertains Tharsday "Back to School Party" for Phe- Sunday School .Class of the First Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. Raymond Zachry at 1 p.m Pot luck supper will be served. C and N Birthday Club meets at the home of Mrs. P. S. Parker. Mrs, J. Karris McCalla hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club.- Promised Land WSCS meets with Mrs. A. A. Hnrdy. hostess to 'With 'Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lutlrcl lhad ai their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lutlrell and daughter, Jenny Lou ol Waynsboro, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Ermon Lutlrcll of Covlngton, Tenn. Edwin Stubhlefield lell yesterday for Helena, Ark., to make his home temporarily. Mr. Stubblcflcld had spent two weeks In Blytheville. Mrs. J. K. Garner of Greenwood, Mis*., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bell of Oxford, Miss.. Hamilton Little ot Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oliver Jr. of Proctor, Ark., were the Sunday gviests of Mr', and Mrs. A. G. Little »nd other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schuell of Paragould were tlie weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Bailey. Edse! Harber and Don Chamblin spent the weekend In Augusta, Ark. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Chamblin and son, Don E. Chamblin, Jr., who had been visit- Ing with relatives, Mr. Harber and Mr. Chamblin attended the Arkan ns-Oklahoma A, &. M. football game n Little Rock Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Bennett, Mrs. Dale Cale and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Arm- itrong spent yesterday in Memphis They visited Mrs. Bennett's sister Mrs. Delia Hollman of Winona Miss., who is a patient at Campbell's Clinic. Miss Blllie Richardson of Helena wrvs the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Richard- ion. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade had a. :helr Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs Rex Darby of Sikeston, Mo. Miss Carllne Lawless of St. Loul was the weekend guest of Mrs.' B B. Wilson. Mrs. M. J. King of St, 1/juis i the houseguest ol her sister, Mrs P. E. Holder and Mr. Holder. Condition of Mrs. Earl Wilson who underwent a major, operation Friday at Wnlls Hospital, is report ed as much improved. Mrs. B. B. Wilson left today fo Arkansas State College, Jonesboro where she enrolled for a five week session. Mrs. Wilson is a faculty member at Lost Cane. Prentis.s Holder, who is a student at Ole Miss, Oxford, Miss..- was Ihe weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Holder. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rivers of Elgin, Tex., are the guests of their daughter, Mrs. John Caudill and family.; U. S. Branson is spending today In Memphis. -: Miss Betty .Wixson, .who attends Arkansas 'State College, Jonesboro, was the weekend guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wixson of Burdette. Mrs, Eugene Brown Thursday Rook Club. Octette Club meets • James Kill, Jr. ' Friday Mrs. George Pollock,. Jr., entertains Friday Club. At The Hospitals Wall* Hospital Dismissed: A: L,. MeLcalf, city. Oilbert'-Whlte, city. Mrs. DfilJBaker and baby, city. Mri. W. K. Mahun, city. TRIMLY TAILORED Marriage License* The following couples obtained arriage licenses Saturday at the ffice ot Miss Elizabeth BIythe, ounty clerk: Edward Stuewes and Mrs. Helen lodcr, both of St. Louis, .Mo. Charles f. Oliver and Miss Avis Ubonall, both of Los Angeles, Calir. Harry B. Leach and Miss Eleanor M, Barnes, both of St. Wills, Mo. Earl Pruett and Miss Patricia Crew, both of St. Louis, Mo. 8646 12-42 \C By Sue Burnett Here s a well-cub daytime /rock in the beloved shirtwaist style Practical and versatile for winter wear, It will lie handsome in thi new dark grey flannel or brightly colored gabardines. Pattern No. 8646 Is a scw-rit perforated pattern (or sizes 12, 14 16, 18. 20: 40 and VI. Si3e 14. 6', yards of 39-inch. . For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, your name, address, siz desired, and the PATTERN NUM BER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 1 111. Readv for you now—the new Fal and winter issue ot FASHION. 4 pages of smart new styles, specia Interesting features, free patter printed inside. Send 25 cents toda for your copy. Mrs. A, M. R. Saturday ' from Branson returned Kosciusko, Miss., Tussy Dry Skin Treatment Cream i $1,75 size, now Counter**! irj ilcin-tidp \rvr il (r«h and flowtnf -with TUISJ Dry Skin Treatment Cream. Perfect tlc*ti!«r...perfect eftnfliunn- •r, at once! It acll tmroediateV ...lh« firrt tin* 7«« UM» it... r,rlpi protect «f»ir>« fUVinrn, Irnsencs*, fine <)ry sVin linc«. Contain* excluriv* TaMy intrft- dicnfe tkat Kelp rtilore the nit- nnl beauty halanee of your sLin. WOODS" DRUG STORE Blythevlllt ., where she had been visiting, since July u guest 'of her daughter,; Mrs. Wade Ewart and faiplly.^/iijii •_' • Mr. and Mrs. Ray-Morga'ir*irfid Mrs. W. U iBleheart »niJi»a,;;yer- non of DeH, spent yesterdVy "in 'Ripley, Tenn,, as guests of relatives and Irlends. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Angel and daughter, Elizabeth, spent yesterday In Memphis and attended the Mid-South Pair. Mrs. W. B. Yount Is undergoing treatment al Memphis Methodist ' Hospital. Hrr condition Is -reported as satisfactory, . , Mrs. H. \v. \vylie accompanied by Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI., Sept. 25. (AP) — (USDA)—Hogs 15,SOO; trading active; price and trend mixed; barrows and gilts steady to 25 lower; sows steady to a quar ,er higher than Friday; top 215 iparingly; bulk good and choice 200-250 Ibs 21.00-25; few 390-210 Ib \ 21.00; heavier hogs «carce;180-190 Ib mostly Jl.OO; 110-170 Ib 18.00-31.00; lighter kind* scare* and very spotted; few 120-140 Ib 17.00-18.50; sows 400 Ib down mostly 19.2S-30.SO; heavier sows 16.75-19.00; stags 12.60-15.00; boars (.00-13.00; good early clearance. Cattle 9,000; calves 1,500; about 130 loads of steers offered; Including 21 load* western; approximately 40 percent of the steer run In feeder fle-sh; cows making up approximately 10 per cent of receipts; early trading slov/; some few high medium I'.nd low good steers steady at 2850-2SJW; odd lot* good mixed yearlings about steady at 30.00-50; generally bidding unevently lower; cows opening about steady; a few good cows 21.00-60; common and medium 19.00-20.50; tanners and cuters 15.00-19.00. In an effort to prevent knot* la he lumber, forester* ar» expert* mentally removing buds more thaa inches high on young pines. Quick Relief for HURTS of RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA ARTHRITIS, LUMBAGO ^SIMPLE NEURALGIA _J It you are suffering from these miserable pains, take hopel Wonderful C-2223, made to a medically-approved formula, has given fast pain relief to thousands. C-2223 contains famous, beneficial herb "Black Snake-Root", and it's Iodized to activate Salicylat* action foi better, more effective pain relief. Price of first bottler back tt not satisfied. Don't delay—today. KO to the drug store and be sure to get C-2223, JUST LIKE NEW! Expert Shoe Repair I HflLT€RS IQUflLITY SHOC SHOI IZI W. M « I M ST. PIANO For Beginners and Advanced Pupils Enroll Now MINNIE LEE JONES STUDIO 807 Chickasawba Phone 2994 her daughter, Heard, are visiltn relatives In California. Mrs. Wyll and daughter will arrive In Phaenn Ariz., tomorrow where Heard wl eiirnll in Brownmodre School for Girls. Mrs. Wylte will return to Blytheville In two weeks. Condition of Mr.s. C, ,M. Baxter, who is a paUeut al the Biylheville Hospital, .s reported as satisfactory. Sue Stanfield is reported in a satisfactory corid.tioix at Walls Hospital following an appendectomy Friday Afternoon. ' -' •* Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hardeman arrived this afternoon from Columbia, S. C., to visit as guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr. Mrs. Hardeman is a niece of Mrs. HilL "I Sell That Stuff" FUEL OIL! G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. PHONE 2089 PHONE Office and Eu!k tit?— PTOTnisedr-tto*'^ = iff,! -, -^ HELP YOUR CHILD DEVELOP RAPIDLY by enrolling now in Mrs. Johnson's Nursery School FOR CHILDREN 2 TO 5 YEARS OLD Every child of pre-sdiool age needs in- slrndion and association with olherm his nge in order (o develop rapidly. Our 'limited enrollment makes il possible t« give personal attention to each child. Niagara falls an now SEVEN MILES from when they started.' Kxpcriencerl in handling children, Mrs. Johnson has done gradual* work on child development »t th« University of Arkansas. Our- facilities include a Cenced-in y»rd with swings, sec-saws, a sand pil«. , ,*du- c.Viional toys, children's books & phonograph records, ample chairs and la- hlcs. Hnl we want you to s«* our Nursery yourself. Pleas* consider this your invitation to come to our Open House today through Friday, (he 29th. DAILY SCHEDULE 8:M—Arrival and Inspection «:IS-«:45—Free Play »:45-9: IS—Music. S:i.1-»:4»—Croup Games S:M-»:*.S—Rest Period. S:M-!•:*«—Fruit .lulce * C'rackcrj 10:96-10:36—Outdoor play (weather permlltlnt). lt:M-ll:M>—Stnries and Dramatics. ll:N-tl:3»—Group Activlllrs * Ei- ll:3#-12:W—Art Work (fingrr palnl- Ini, clay, elc.) U.S. Water Supply Utilities deliver over 12,000,000,000 gallons of water fYtKY PAY.' ,UUn to KLCN at 11:1* ua. nd •:«« pm. Daily lor «v pr«- fram uuwunecmcnta. Box Office Open* at 1:U P Show Starla 2:M Continuous 8nowln» Last Times Today Barbara Wendell TANWYCK COREY "The Furies" 'aramount News & S«I. Short* Tuesday Only Cathy O'Donnell Farley Granger "They Live By Night" Selected Short Sabjecta GEM 'AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Start* 7:00 p.m. Last Times Today DOUBLE FKATURE Dorid (MB O'COMWN , ftmDeHAVH k 'JSIYES5M..1'' 'UM .GINGER ROGERS IDENNtS MORGAN A JERRY WAI D BRET'AIGNE WINDUST Metro News Tuesday & Wednesday Mrs, Johnson's Nursery School 1332 H.arn Str««t WATER Is Your Cheapest Commodity ...USE IT FREELY! Blytheville Water Co. Blytheville, Ack. HAIRY VETCH Balboa Rye, BarUy and Seed Wheat. For ~f alt Planting s« - - - lilylheville Soybean Corp. 1SCH) Weil Main KlTlheville Phone MM For Improved KIDNEY <* FUNCTION hi • majority of to set investigated m several hospital* and clinic*, subnormal Kidney function wai improved, Bladder pain and ditcomforl reduced after the us* of Mountain VolUy Water. K your doctor has diagnosed your condition oi functional Kid* p*y impairment fhil naHiral, urv frtoJftd mineral wal*r may t» ver Y b«n«licial. Try it for o few week*, k to delicious, pure-lasting, and m«y b* coniumed ff«*ly. Crosstown Whi&kcy Shop Main & Divitton NomteinVillcy J Water --=--*

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