The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 6, 1946
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'TWO BLYTHEVILLE SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 19-16 I out the lights would be a benefit to I the youths. Plsins were made for fixing the |l»ll diamond, located across l.he oud from Sam Godwin's store. It Iwus announced by Manager Dennis Vfullcn that rent on the field had ficcn )>uid and "A.ssktant Manager Gnlnes told members Mis?' Yierha Wh£»t Wed To Harold Bruce Wood In a ceremony 'yesterday '»ft*r- iioon, 4 o'clock, at First Methodist Church,.', Miss .yerna - Mac Wheat, daughter of Mr. .aiid Mrs. Hugh Mack Wheal, became Ihe. bride of Harold Bruce..Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wood. , The Rev. S.' B.i.Wtlford, pastor,! officiated at the double ring fere-, mony,. ! Vows were pledged ot an allar banked wilh tall while floor baskets '_6t white.gladioli 1 ' with greenery form n setting for the v:e<Irting parly. ; , , •• A "piogialu 'of organ, rnuslc was pi-C£e|iled bv, Bernard Gooch. Tn'ho played traditional wedding marches and ' 'accompanied /6. E. Knudsen wheij^he sang "Because." Tht> bride chose for her wedding an alternoon frock of powder blue crepe* trimmed with silver studding at t£e ihroat nnd designed in soft lines,* Her accessories were black, and J her hat was trimmed with n bjlie veil matching her dies*. Shocniried n whlt^e. prayer book topped with a white orchid. Falling from' the orchid were while ribbon streamers with while rosebuds. Miss Freda O'Neal was Ihe bride's mater* of'KorVbr.' She wore «- pink dress^ and 'pinned al her shoulder was a corsage of white carnations. | Her '.accessories were In black. Hi/eh Nelson' Thompson Jr., ol Cleveland. Miss., formerly of Bly- thevillc, served Mr. Wood as best man- , Ushers'were J."D. WWner and Hill ."w.Ullains. Following' the ceremony,' a reception" TTIIS held at ..the, , home of the" bride's paraiU..2222 Carolyn Street. Arrangements of tulips. Irises and nlher Spring flowers In pastel shades were .Arranged throughout, the Ihe hpiuie. Refreshments were served from the dining room table, draped with a white lace clolh and centered wilh a bowl of spirea and purple irises.;' Completing the decorations were glowing white cnndles In sil- . ver holders. The- three-tiered wedding cake was tqpped with u miniature love bird hbkiins double wedding bands. President; at the table were Mrs. J. D. Widnei and Miss Iva Louise Scny,.'assisted by Mrs. T. I. Stay and Mrs. Call Watts. The bride wore for traveling a two-p'fEce brown suit- »'ith red accessories, with n white orchid pinned td'hcr shoulder. After > a br'.ef wedding trip. Mr. WoorfVill return to the University of Mississippi, oxford, where attending/ the School -;of Pharmacy, nnd MVS. wood will make her hom c with Tier parents for the present Otrjer, out-of-town guests present for Uio" occasion were Mrs. M. C Maloneiof Pace. Miss.; Mrs. R. J Cihze" of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs Herman Rimer of Memphis; Mr nnd '-Mrs. John Fletcher of Memphis £h<| Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson of' 1 Cleveland, Miss. ^t 1 • • • . : " Newest Supper Club Named 20th Century Bljfth'eville's latest social organ izati6jfi]is n supper J club which i: to rifeet monthly at.' The Hut to 1 sup]:et-|and dancing'. It has beei named ! the 20th Century Club. Charter members are Mr. am Mrs.'"Melvin Halsell. Mr. and Mrs. OilbiJti D. Hammock Jr.; Dr. and Mrs.-VlJewell Q. Jerome, M?. «nd Mrs.:', tjornel his Modinger Jr., Mr. and .Mrs. Bob Lee Smith; Mr. »nd Mrs.!;. Coleman Stevens; Mr. and M.T.,-Ed Stewart and" Mr.,and Mrs. Russell' TIaynes Farr. Coleman Stevens '.will head the organization and other officers are: Mrs.nSniith, vice president; Mrs. Hammoci, secretary and treasurer nnX'ill'S Halsell, "cofnmlttee Chairman." . < Sv Tho ' first social' function will ^fcu, 25. 8:30 o'clock, at The Hut.v'when there will be a supper, 'dancing, and a brief business .st'ssioh; charter menibers will be hosts, and hostesses to those who haver been invited to join Hie club. They are Mr. and Mrs. Dale EhaCfer Briggs. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mel Brooks Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lind- scy 'Driver of Osceola; Mr. and Mrs* Donald Day, Mr. and Mrs. Walter'. Day; Mr. and Mrs. Garrard Caiidili. Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards; 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr- Mr. and. Mrs. Blan S. Heath. Mr. and Mrs." Gene Hood, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn; Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hbke, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Moore. Mr. and Mrs., Maurice Lutt- rcil.-Mr. and Mrs. Jack McHauey Mr. 'aiid Mrs. William Pease, Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Sanders, Mr. anc Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson, Mr. am Mrs. Ben McWhite, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd .Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wiidenpfuhl. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Married Here Yesterday 81 of the •H'ocured. equipment had bc?;i Bits of News* Mostly. Personal Mrs. Harold Bi-ucc Woo<! yeskirduy afternoon, Miss Verna Wheat, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Huyh Mack Whinl. in Memphis. James II. Gill has arrived hume to be with Mrs. Gill and two children. Gary and Sharon, after having received a discharge at Port, I.eavt'nworth, Kans. Mrs. Mildred Culler has as her guests for Ihe weekend, her daughter. Mrs. Curl E. Bailey Jr.. and Mr. Hallny, of Little Hock. Ueut. and Mrs. Russell Hayncs Fan iuivc arrived home after he was grunted terminal leave from the Army at Fort Hlley, Kuns. A veteran of three years service, he Is entitled to wear the Bronze Star European Theater ribbon wllh.Uiri. battle stars, Good Conduct Medal American Theater ribbon and Worl' War II Victory Medal. He will be associated wilh his father here in the uil business. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Fred Fowler nnd Clyde Fowler have returned loine from Dyc'rxburg, Tenn., where hey attended the funeral yesterday of their brother, H. M. Fowler. A frequent visitor here. Mr. Fowler died suddenly. Wednesday night. Pvt. Edwin Wecdmun arrived this afternoon from Scott Field, III., where he is stationed, lo spend the weekend wilh his parents, Mr. untl>, Mrs. Hnrry Weedman and family. Albert Enderlln, who moved to' Blyllievllle a week ago to be connected with Norris Printing Company, is spending the weekend in Memphis with Mrs. Enderlln who will Join him here within n short time. Mrs, C. M. Gray spent yesterday Liquor Permit Issued To Manila Resident Revenue Commissioner O. A. took Friday reported he had is- n retail liquor permit to Les- Lamb of Manila. Mr. Cook said the additional |)or- would make two retail stores 1 operation In Manila. Issuance of the new license Jrought to 4(f8 the lotal number •tall liquor stores in Arkansas. FLAT LAKE MKTHODIST CHURCH Ray L. Mcl^slcr, paslor Worship Services, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. CALVAKY BAPTIST CIUJKCH P. H. JernlKan, paslor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 8:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. LAKE STREET MKTHODIST CHURCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Church School. 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship. lo:4f> a.m* Youth Fellowship Groups, (i:4. r > p.m. * Evening Worship, 7:45 p.m. Hoard of Education, Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. CHURCH NEWS IfltST l'Ui:.S!iVTi:itIAN CHUKCll Harvey T. Kidd, pustur ^Sunday School. 9:-15 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Pioneers, G;45 p.m. Evening Services, 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting 1:30 p.m. Choir rehearsul, 8:15 p.m. Boone, Mr. and Mrs. John !•'. Fields, ud Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Porter. ferry Freeman Bride 3f James H. Woodson Mrs. Tannu Freeman hns an- tounced the maVriage of her daughter. Miss Chiulynne Terry Freeman, to James H. Woodson Jr.. on of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Woodson. ie wedding was solemnized March 30 at the First Christian Church with the Rev. R. S. Batrd, pastor,'officiating. Forming a background for the wedding parly were floor baskets of " wVilfe' glndloi} and ferns ar- 'iiged with spiren. The bride's maid of honor was Miss Evelyn Ruth Wheat mid Lawrence tngranj.served Ihe bridegroom as' best man. The bride chose a two-piece suit ,with black and while accessories. At.' her shoulder was pinned a corsage of white roses and Hlle's-of-lhc-viiHey. Miss Wheat wore a blue suit with black accessories and a corsage of roses. Mrs.: Wowlson was graduated from Blylhevllle High School In 1!M5 and was employed in Minn- phis before rethrning U> Blylhe- vllle for her wedding. Mr.' Woodson recently wns discharged from the Army after 37 months service. The couple are making their home :vt 108 Sycamore Sued. Club Eight Members Entertained Thursday The monthly luncheon of Club Eight was held Thursday at Hotel Noble. Following the luncheon, the group !wcnt lo the home of Mrs. jrnham Snclbiiry, their hostess, to spend (he afternoon playing bridge. In afternoon games, high score princ went to Mrs. H. C. Allen second lo Mrs. Clunk's I.angs- ton. Other (han members, guests were Mrs. Jesse White and Mrs. Hnlph Nichols. The Sudbury huinc, 1025 West lleurn Slrcet. was- ilecoratecf wllh mixed Spring flowers In small and large vases. Cold tlrink.s were served during games. Read Courier News Want Ads. At The Hospital* Hospital C. Pnri-y, rjily. Admitted: Mrs. Frank Dismissed: Mrs. R. H. MlUhls. city. Mrs. Jack Mister and baby, city. Mary Alice James. Rt. 2. city. Mrs. James Taylor and baby, Curutliersvllle, Mo. Hlythrvillr Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Ada Croom. city. Mr.s. j. R. Dison, city. Miss Mabel Hoyan, city. Memphis Mcthortlst Hospital Admitted: ' Mrs.'John Long. city. Rev. Eupha Beasley To Be Guest Speaker Tlie Rev. Emilia Bensley of lle Hock will be K'lfst S])L'iikcr tomorrow and holh morning ami fcvenintf sei^vice.s nt Iho First Church of the Na/arene. Local pastor here six years, tlie Rev. Mrs. Hcnslcy left lierc In 1UW and since then lias been in evangelistic 1 work with iK'tukiuarters in i Little Rock. PROMISED I.ANI) .METHODIST CHURCH Kay I.. Mcl.esler, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship service, 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. |YAKHKO METHOOlST CHURCH Kay I/. Mcl^ster, pusttfr Cluneh School, 10 a.m. Worship service, 7:30 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL I»r. Alfred Vise, Kahili Woman's <'lub Sunday School, r.30 p.m. Worship service, 3 p.m. FRIDAY Services, 8:15 p.m. FIRST METHODIST CllUKCIl S. It. Wilford, iiuslur Church Stliool. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:5f> a.m. Inlcrmediate Pellosvshij). (ii30p,m. Wednesday Night choir ri' ASSEMBLY OF COD rnritt n I.. C. Ituinsey, jiastor Siuulay School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services. 0:30 p.m. Children's Church, G:30 p.m. Kvanjielistic Service, f::io p.m. Mid-week services. Tuesday night. I'rayer Meeting, Frittuy niyht. follov.'ecl by clini]' practice. FIRST CHUllC'll OF THE NA'/AKKNE I'. W. Nasli, iiaslor Sunday School. 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young Peoples meeting, 6:30 p.m. ' Evangelistic services, 7:30 p.m. Tii(.'sxlny and Friday, prayer services, 7:30 o'clock. ItAI'TlST CHAl'IX Lilly Street Sunday School, 9:4g a.m. Tiiimiiig Union, 0:30 p.m. 1'IItST IJAl'TIST C.'ilUKCH K. C. Drown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:55 a.m. The choh' 'Aill sing llu' utithem, "The Lord is .My Shepherd." . Training Union. C:30 p.m. Kwning Worpship. 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Mid-v.'cck prayer services. 7:30 m. Choir ri'hc.irsal, 8:10 p.m. HltlSTIAN SflKN'CE KEIIV1CKS .'(Mi'.:iu\ < lilbhonsf, IIIG W. Main "Unri^liiy" is tin- subji'cl. of the i;:--'cin-Ki'nnon wliic'li \vill be read i :i!l Churches and Societies ol" ii" Church ot Christ. Scientist. i .Sunday. The; Gulden Text is: "Then: is ml nmki'th himself rich, yet hath jthtnn: there is thai makcth him- If poor, yet halh [jfciU riches." Anicni; tlic 1 citations uhieh com- the I-c.s.soii-Scrnion is ttie fol- wiui! from the Fiible: "His clis- iplfs c:ait\e unto him, snying, De- urc uiuo us [he puvable of tlie ires ot the field. He answered nd s;ii<L unto Uiein, the good seed '•<' the children c>? tin? kinudatn: Ml tin 1 turc'.s :,re the chiklren of wicked one;" MatUiew r.i:3(i.:i8. THK REAUTY CMNIC MarKiircl Dcen Smith, Owntr ! Ingram Bldg. Plione 3271 Grounds To Be Lighted Promised Land MelhotUsi, Church grounds will soon be lighted in order thai tlie young people of the church may use them for social -ic- tivilies. Tt was voted to have the Rrontvls lighted nl tlie monthly meelini! uf the Mcns Club Wednesday niijht at the church. The sugBCstion was made by Mrs. Felix Hill of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, who pointed 666 COLD PRiTARATIONS licnad —TdfcMa —Salve —Not* Drop* Ha> *aK*ti*d million* lot yean. LORENF.'S BEAUTY SHOP !Z15 W. Main StrMil PHONE 2812 Lorene Hftmlllon Georgln Hudson S At E FIUST CHRISTIAN CHURCH K. S. Baird, pastor Church School. 9:45 a.m. •Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. lO'hriHtiiin Youth Fellowship, 'J p.m. Kvi-nintr Fellowship, with religious motion pictures, 7:30 p.m. ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH Rev. H. Francis McDevHt, pastor lt*v. 1'aul Kujarski, assistant pastor Sunday Masses. 9 a.m. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCKl'TIOX K«v. K. Francis McOevItt, imslor Kev. Paul liujurski, assistant pastoi' Sunday Mn^sos, 1 :30 ami 9:4ri n.m. Week tin y Masses, 8 p.m. Novella to Our Sorrowful Moth, Friihiy, 1 p.m. WHY WOUKY? forget the ContarL \\s. yard for the FUIinner— for complete upkeep. Home Service & Storage Co. Prisoner of War Camp on W. Chickasawba will be sold at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, April 10. 2 Buildings 28 x 270 ft. 2 Buildings 28 x 55 it. and other building material These buildings will be sold as a whole or separately, as buyers wish. Contact — Sales Committee E. A. Reginald, Chairman Charley Lutes John M. Stevens Russell Greenway Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. SHOP r.TSt. Service We Deliver Anywhere Fh. 491 Mr». J. M. (M»e) WiUUms, owner Glenco* Bldt . RED RYDER HAKMAN A Spring Hat is a Tonic for Milady! .^A New Lamp. A gaily colored Vase — Coffee ' /Table Accessories — • Figurines or some rare : Antiques will give a real lift to your home. U'} Snuui to Slw* mt the Gift Shop MODERN — ANTIQUE - Aluss Bryan 103 k Main PhoM 2254 VOMt EOSJ'T •On Co,-\E SHOT A1 WS.* NO rV,TCR WASH TUBBS BY LKSUE TURNEK BEMW HI VENTUBE TO SAY SHE'S NOT FAR 1= BOM 8ROAOWW; SIR. FOR SVK WAS A CHIP Off THE OLD ROCK-WITH THE THEATRE W *R BLCOO. I BAN IWO HER HERE A FEW VEARS ACO, STEUGS11N& BRAVE W FORA CACEER ON THE STAGE! VOU SPOKE OF A DO1.L THAr TONI HADSNEN THE OTHHP LITTLE SIEL.COUJ) YOU FOSSiBLV DESCRIBE IT, WR.OOSV15? BUT NOT TILL PCUCECHKK HIS SfRANGE STOW CAN 4% FARM LOAN! Farm loans made to fit your individual needs. Our re-payment privilege granted all borrowers. Let us explain our Pre-Payment Reserve Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES - NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If we arrange a loan with you it is good business for us to make it fit your needs because farm loans are a good investment only when they are good for the farm owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY ftow* Evary Day 01 v)ff!rc Upena 1:41 Shnvr Starts 2:90 X.IHTKN VO KLCN Sal unlay Siidden German Gold in America! '-• •%®f$ l f$^ m$& *,*>////, Glencoe Bldg. Phone 3131 FOR RENT... Frozen Fotfd Lockers Equipped to Cure Your Hams, Bacon, Shoulders, Sausage A Complete Meat Curing and Storing Service FROZEN FOODS ['hone 2602 Main at 21st Street SiTial: "Iliiyal Moiinlcil" No. 7 :iil(l Sliurl onlinuous Shmdng li:30 to 11:30 Sunday nnd Monday suii;sc JACK HALEY HELEN WALKER RUDY VALLEE OZZIE NELSON PHILIP REED ' „-,. ART LINKLETTER _i *. f EOPIE ARE FUNNY MDIO SHOW *" A Poi ynl Tktwr* r:ir:iniount News; Also Shorts Continuous showing; 1:15-11:« ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Let us figure your bill of materials or the total Contract, including labor. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. Phone 3371 Matinees Sat. A Ban. Only Bu.t Of!ic.~ Opens 0:30; Shaw SUrt» 6:45 V. M. i;:icli Kvcnlnf Op«nx Kan<l:iy 1:00; Starts l:Ii Coi)tinuou5] Shnws SaU »n4 Smu. i'.Ar-.^Iu XigtiL Kvcr; Night Exc«pt Salarctay. No punnet honortd «n BndAT M Hi* Roxy. Safiirclav For Your Home Springfield Couches, Lounge Chairs with Ottoman, Chiffrobes, Bedroom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, 5 piece Breakfast Sets. Just Received: Metal Trunks & Lockers Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. New and Itod SOI EMI Main St. Phone 2S02 I U«H Spi CRAIG -REED ^.Wjk^^Tm M-O-M llCIUtt. Krii:il: ".lonslo Rniilprs" No. 11 " atul Short ('unliminns Sliowfne 11:30 to 11:31 Sunday and Hlouday Fo\ News ana Selected Sb«rt Conlinaous showing I:15-11:M

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