The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1946 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss! Hatcher Annountes Plans for Wedding Rites Miss Tommye Dean Hatcher and Lieut.' Robert fate Taylor, United StaleJ Army Air Forces, of Ivbr, Va., and Wright Field, at Dayton, Ohio, have 'set April 23 as their wedding date.' Th? wedding will be solemnized nt First Presbyterian Church with the Kcv. S. D. Wilford. pastor of First 'Methodist Church, performing (he riles at V'o'clock in the afternoon.' .-'••• Mi4s Hatcher will be given In marriage by Her grandfather, T. J. Crowder. - • • • . Her sister, Miss Evelyn Hatcher, will iserye. as*, her attendant and );est man td-.Lteulonanl Taylor will Ijc hdr uncle; Capt.-Arden B.,Crowder j)f Ala. Fort McClellan, An'nlston, . , Ushers will be Randolph King of Jackson, Tenn., uncle of Miss Hnt- cher,', Jimmie Parks and Charles Blltner. . . A program '6C nuptial music will be presented by Miss Mary Ann Parks, vocalist, and Mrs. daltoh C. Fowlston.organist. Tapers will be lighted by Mrs. Peggy" Jones" Wagner. A 1 number 'ot Interesting affairs are being planned for the bride- elect' who recently returned from Indiij where'. -she*.' served .with the : Army Nurse- Corps. — ' First of these was the morning part? given yesterday by Mrs. Frank Whltwotth and Miss Nell Harris at tlie'i WhiUvorth hotnc. The 20 guests enjoyed the morning fashioning lea towels for Miss Hatcjier, which they monogranvnied. 1 The \Vhil\vorth home, 1206 West Chickasawba, was gay with bouquets of 'irises, ' roses' aiVd * narcissi wHlx an. effective ' arrangement of white blooms as the centerpiece of the dining table. '•: '• " Assorted party foods were served | to trie guests who 'included Mrs. India Green Sanders of Boston. Mass. A 'shower party will" be given tp^ ' niKlil when Miss' Verp Goodrich, Miss Alexn Williams nnd Miss Mary Lynn Jackson will entertain at the Goodrich home. Mrs. Charles Bittn'er will compliment her at a. bridge '-party tomorrow night at- her- home ' with her mother, Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson. Mrs. W.vC. .Gaiirigan and Mrs. Peniy c. Rothrock will entertain Thursday night v.-llh a dessert bridge" ill'' tlife ; -Hotli rock; lipme . Capt. nnd Mrs. Arden B. Crowder will -entertain menioers of the Wedding party with a supper party fol- lovvihg the rehearsal. Are Honored At Beta Sigma Phi Tea Soft music and a profusion of nay Spring flowers in the home of Mi s Alice Sallba. I1M Kasi Kentucky, formed a selling, at tho Beta .-si-nun Phi tea yesterday ufteiinxm honor ing new pledges of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Members nnd gursis were received In the livinES room of the home,-dec orated with arrangements of pink and red roses, ^phva. pconle.s and pan-sics. Guests included Miss >Sa- ilba's mother, Mrs. J. A. Saliba, and Mrs. Frank J. Turrit.-. As each new pledge entered, a yellow'Talisman rose, the sorority flower, was pinned at her shoulder. These members were Miss Km Williams. Miss 1'eguy Downing, Miss Pandoria V/liitv.'orth, Miss Jean Carolyn Mcl.cod, Miss I£mily Wix son, Miss Vera Goodrich,.Miss M n Lynn Jackson, Mrs. Ann Whittinj kin. Miss Atexa .Williams, and Miss Iva...Seay. , . Refreshments were served in the dtplng room from a Inhlc draped with an ivory lace cloth. An Uli u tlvp centerpiece was toiler s\inb»lsl of Beta Sigma Phi In gold nnd black, Is April Bride Bits of News Mostly. Personal Mrs. Kd'.vln Charles Whitehavrn, Tenn., was the sorority colors! At caeh end iniari'luge April 0, Miss Anna Mae burned, gold candles in branched Auu-n, daughter of Mr. and Mis. crystal holders.. !•'. W. Autcn. Heffeshtncnts carried out the or- ganjzatlon theme, \vlth the nuiiii) "Beta Siga Phi" written on canape's, an'd Included salted mil.s, nink'es, launch and candies. During Ihe afternoon. Mrs. Ted Lester played piano selections. Miss Salibii was assisted, in serving nnd receiving guests by Mrs. John Marcuin. Miss Eva George and Miss Dorothy Cross. Paul Pryor To Speak "When to Say No" will be Pmil Pryor's subject "when he speaks at Central Parent Teacher Association 'meeting Wednesday at thi school. 1 To begin at 3 o'clock, the program will bo preceded by an Flxec-- utive Board meeting. Supper Postponed Honored With Party Betty Carolyn Caldwell, tlangli- UT of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Cjild- l well, svas honored with a part-, Friday nlijlit (jivc-n by-Betty Joyce I Held and Mary Janim> Ander.son. iU the Reid home. , I nelty Carolyn will (jo with her j parents to Jonesboro where they i wilt make thcit* home as soon as i school closes | The children spenl the after- i noon playing games mid .were | served refrc'shmtiiiU' -by , Betty Joyces motlier. Mrs. Tommy Reid.. The Cotillion Club supper dance. to have been held Friday nighl nt Tlie Hut, has been postponed. The monthly affnir will not be held Friday night because of Easter, it.wns announced. Observes I3lh Birthday The unmix 1 ! 1 "13" may he an unlucky nnmbi-L, hut * .Icnui Mntheny doesn't think so. Kite celebrated her lath biitliday Salurday. April 13, at her home on Kith Street. Gathering at Ihe Matheny home for thr? occasion were 32 friends, who spenl the evening playing games and later were .servt-d reheshnu'ilts of sandwiches, birthday cake and a beverage. Joan. <lani;lilor of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matheny, v.'.is assisted by her ' mother. J. A. Leech nnd William l.awshe have gone lo New York City to spend wvcral days. While there they will attend the Coca-Cola convention. Staff Serel. Fred Corkniii, Mrs. Corkrai) and children. Fredrick and •Stephen, returned lo their home in Memphis yesterday afternoon after spending a furlough here wlthi hei >arents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sikcs, -ind In Uixorn wilh his parents. Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Corkran. Ser- I'ennl Corkran had been Stallone, In Simla Fc, Texas. Upon his return lo Memphis there wns u telegram that he had l>cen discharged from the Army. Mrs. C. W. Alfoid returned this morning from Columbia; Tenn., where .she was called two weeks ago because of the .serious.illness of her aunl. Mrs. William Parks. Mis. Pni'ks died a few days afler her arrival there mid funeral services were held last Sunday. Mrs. Alford was accompanied to Columbia by her sister. Mrs. Da mm Oipson of St. .I/ouls. aiid brother, Robert Stfh-ley i and son, Robert Jr., of Mount Ver-1 non. 111. Iloss D. Hughes Is in New York .City on business. Condition or jolin B. Walker remained critical today. He has been removed to Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Aimer Endertin of Memphis will nrrlve today to make her home in Blytheville. Joining Mr. Enclerlin who cam t . two \vccks age to be connected with Samuel F. Morris in the printing business. They .will reside at the house at 1100 Chickasavyba owned by Mr. Norrls. Mrs. Enderlln was the former Miss Melbu Ponder of Scarcy. Mis. Russell Phillips went to Nashville, .Tenn.. today to spend a week wllh her sister, Mrs. Patti Moore Knight, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley have returned from Memphis where they visited Mr. Buckley's mother, Mrs. L. Buckley, who has been quite bul who Is better. Miss Jean O'Brien of Memphis spent the weekend here as guest of her uncle. Fletcher Fisher, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon spent the weekend in Jonesboro, having gone over especially to be witli Mr. Mahon'.s 'rather, C. B. Mahon. in celebration of his 7Clh birthday. They wi-re Joined there by Mr. Mahon's slsiter, Mrs. Robert, Hawkins, and Mr. Hawkins, of Memphis. Mrs. Jennings Bailey t,ml children, Carol Ann. Howard and Teddy, snout the weekend In cross- vllle, Hi., as guests of her mother. Mrs. inef. Rickord, and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. S]X-n- cer. G'linrl-"; Smith, son of Mrs. G. W, Smith, arrived home yesterday after receiving a discharge from ihe Army i.t Cump Chaffee. lie is a vclei'iin of iv.'o and a half years .service, including several months overKcas duty. • Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Caldwell will move to Jone-sboio in June or July, u'liei'e Mr. Caldwel! will go into business. He is now employed :i! Ulvthcvillc Army Air field, where the family will make their homo unlil they move toj Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Graves have as their guc.sts his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Graves of Houston, Texas. Mi', and Mrs. James Hoy had as their guests tills weekend his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Roy of Cotton Plant, Ark. Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Mrs. Ross Hughes entertains Thursday Club. Kntre Nous Club entertained by Mrs. Theodore i^ogan. Club KtghtMiieidlnji with Mrs. R. C. Allen. ^ Alpha Beta Bunco Club guests of Mrs. F. C, Cox. GNB Club guests of Mis. Noiville Humphrey. FRIDAY Chapter N, P. K. O. Sisterhood, iiH'i'ting 1 o'clock, at the home of Mis. J. W. Adams with Mrs. John G'uudill as co-hostess. Mrs. J. O. Huey hostess to Friday Rook Club. CBC Club meets with Mrs. O. O. Ilikin-i At The Hospital* Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. W. M. Baker, lit. 3. city. W. I-'. McGanghey, city. Mrs. Charles Burns, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. W. W. Hardy and baby, city. Monervit Jo Boutin, city. Mrs. Ernie Howell. Sleele. Mo. Mrs. Kugone Finloy, Leachville. Mrs. W. J. Forrester. Rosclnnd. I. W. Peyton, Lllbourn, Mo, Grace Benson, Rt. 1, city. Brcnda Ann German, steel Mo. Mrs. C. H. Lewis, Steelc, Mo. Blytheville Hospital Admitted: G. G. Ashley, city. John B. Walker, city. Dismissed: Lorraine Dunn, cjty. Mrs. Alfred Bourell nnd Mo. W. L. Lane and babv K. D. Wardlnw and MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1S-IG cutation of "The Crucifixion" will be played, it was announced by Mi's. CliiH'les H. Penn. president. city, bnbv, baby Steele. Mrs. Mrs, city. Mrs. Andrew McKay. West Memphis. Mrs. o. M. Christian and babv, city. S, U. Proctor, Stccle, Mo. Dorothy Jean Hiijtiinson. city. Memphis Methuilisl Hospital Albert Keller, Hnyli, Mo. Memphis McLemorc Clinic Admitted: Mrs. Alvin Zongalos, Frenchman's Bayou. Tennessee is planning Ihe largest tobacco acreage this year since 1S31. records in the Department of Agriculture sho'.v. TOO FAT? Get SLIMMER this vitamin candy way ' Jlave a more Blt-mlor, Tract-fid figure. No txeicisini;. No liKalivts. Nodrugi. Wnh iRc simple AYUS Vitamin Cindy UedueiiiK I'lan you don't cut out any ciicals, fi^ii cliL-s, [jouit ws. niral s or liuuer, yoii £iiupt>' cut llu-in (Jti.vn. Il'a easier \vhi-n you tjiioy (Ji-liv:io'js (vilamin loiii|,«l) AVDS ciiiilf IK fore inc^ls Absolutely tiamjtss ly of AYIIS oi.'v l-i-£. II not Jtlii;Lt«J 1LJ1 rt3ul[=;, .WONKY HACK on very Htil Uii. tltou* KlltUV IJItOS. DRUG STORK Meetings Blytheville Choral Society will I practice for the Spring Concert, to be held May 3. tonight at the Y, 7:30 o'clock. I A recording of yesterday's prcs- Cominfi Events TUESDAY Miss Mary Adnh Robinson Iios- less lo La Ntieve Club. Miss Marenrct Shaver hostcs.s lo Double O Club. Mrs. Max B. Field entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. WEDNESDAY Town a"d Country Club meelim; to with Mrs. Cleo Uin-jston . Mrs. Charles Rose hostess Wednesday Biiilt'e Club. CBC Club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Elklns. Central Parent Teacher Association mcetinc nt the school. 3 jo'clock. proceeded by an Executive Board mcctinif. THURSDAY Mid-week Bridge Club guests of Choral Qulj Presents , i Stqiy of .Crucifixion "MJisic lovers of Blytheville heard an Account of the Crucifixion of the i Lord In song yesterday uftcr- nocrti when Blytheville Chdfal So- cictj' presented , 'IThc Crycifixlon" by John Stninei-, at First Baptist clutch in observance of Palm Sunday* The voices of 30 musicians were heafd by a .well filled auditorium i andi in a radio broadcast, \vilh a pci-Aiitnciit recording also made for fniijre use. Wearing appropriate gowns of **c-*u'!et. the members sang "to the accoim>jU'i t cme-il..of. Ihe organ with 1 Mrs. Fcvvlsttn* (""reeling; 'And Mrs. £Tm*)Vt-as accompanist. "4r.s. Fowlston is a graduate of fnUth College and of the .Union "I'hpolojjical Seminary, School' of Sacred"Music, New York City, and Mr^ .''•rnart,was gradun,tj<| in music from Blue Mountain College. Blue MoHntain, Miss. Ijrtung the lead In. the portrayal Feng, were Ross Stevens aud Alvin Huffman Jr.. with other solo parls by [Wilson Henry and Dalton C THE BEAUTY CUNIC Margaret Deen Smith. Owner tnsram Bldg. Phone 327* They were assisted in the male section by O. E. 'Kmidsen. Rabbi AlftCci Vise. Joe Mac Hester nnrt W. ^B. Nicholson. Background for the Biblical word' 7,'ere sung also by the \vomeu. li the soprano section were Mrs. W D. ,Cobb, Miss Emily Wixson, Mlsi JMndoria Whitworl'h, Mrs. J. G EaQies. Mrs. Ebb Carson, MVs yaijmer England, Miss Mary Aim Patks. Miss BeUy Buchanan, Mrs. RuSEell C. Farr. Mrs. Wilson Henry. £Mi?s Joyce Wallj, Miss Kath- cri»c Westbrook. Miss Mildred Ann EhCTt, Mrs. Dale Briggs and Mrs. C. t.. Wyllc. Tojose in the alto diV'ision were Mrej George -M. Lee. Mrs. Karl WaOenpfuhl, Mrs. C. R. Penn. Miss Joyce Damon, Miss Iris Hughes. Mrs. Cfileman Stevens and MisS Virginia swearengen. This group. maXing its first public Appearance, will .give a concert Mw 3 of familiar songs In spe- eia'i anangements. fead Courier News Want Ads UMHNE ARLY CHOKED ufuii*.T vmr IM urn Tf,niLiL Liinu in Dtu— DUE TO STOMACH GAS f One lady said a few days ago theft, she used to be afraid to go to be-Lat night. She was swollen with stomach- gas, .which always got wdfise when she went to bed. and thtgas wpjiW rise up In her throat aftjr siie lay down and would nearly choke her. She couldn't lie flaC Had to prop herself up on piljbws. Recently this lady got IN|iER-AID "and no* says gas is gone, stomach feete fine, bowels are re^lar and she can go to bed and sleep soundly. INNER-AID contains IS Great Hdrtos; they cleanse bowels, clear gaC, from stoutach, .act, on .sluggish Hv«r and ^ciricj'S.: Miserable -i>eo- p>e»soon feel different .»ll over. So (lofft go on suffering! Get U!NER' Al£. Sold ,by all drug stores here • in Bitp-UwvUle, . '. Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One cnll to us wi]l arrange to have your remembrances seiit, not just once, but month nfter moTith. v Ask about this plan. ThejLOWERSHOP r.FJ). Berrte* i ; O We HellTcr Anywhere . Ph. 4»I Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Wllllama, owner Glencoe Fldr. Once you do . .. Fashion':; insistence will be an obvious delight, for here is tailored smartness at its best, sans laces, straps or buckles. In polished calfskin with low heels. Phone 2741 Ritz Theatre Building Easter Presents Gift Wrapped FREE The Gift Shop MODI'llN — ANTIQUE Moss Bryan 103 1C. Main Phone 2254 Y.IJ*. Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:90 L'lWrEN TO KLCN «-m- !*•:<.•) p.m. C-.5I f.m. LasL Time Today DAKOTA .\vith John \Vaync aittl ^'('l-:•l lii-ubn H:ib-;lon Liiiiouiil News and SRlect-ed Short 'niiliiuioiiK Showing Everyday The Edythe Shoppe Phone 2861 319 West Main St. Why take a chance with him? Have all your clothes Berlou Moth-proofed It will keep them FREE of Moths for the next 10 years! TRY OUR 8-Hour Cleaning Service •Tuesday & Wednesday The I'h-tiirv that may ?)"«Uf If F/v-V N x^»^Sf^^ iU>>-!i0Km.' JOSEPH SCHllDKRAliT DILI IE IIUUKE-KUCCNE PAUEHE ONA JIUNSON-RAYJIOM) WALBim* ..J A>M. r.Ul.lj « ItUTIt TIJIRY IH'HflltT MVIVtiSlON • IUVHJ lltll.T- 'A np,i*i,'KM<; I-ICTURI: Solcctrd Shnrl Subjects ContinuoiL-i Showing HUDSON CLEANER 320 West Ma in St. CLOTHIER Blytherille, Ark. TAILOR Phone 2612 IMattneea Sat. & Snn. Only «x Office Opens 6:30; Show Start* 6:4** P. HI. Each Evening Opens Sunday 1:98; SStorU 1:15 CnnUnuoii.i Shows But. and B«(i. Bargain Night Every Nlfkl Except No paine* honored en Bandar al MIR Roxy. Last Time Today Harvest Moon with Ann Sheridan and Dennis Morgan Fox News anil Sclcclcrt Shorts Tuesday and Wednesday LK FEATURE Marine Raiders willi Tat O'Brien and Kulh llussey

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