The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1946 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ,'UKSDAY, APRIL 1C, 1940 Joh» R. Reinmiller Girt. It'h«s be«n Miss! Phyllis Russell Hcmor •lh»t Margaret H»»irln, daughter of Mr. *nd Mrs. S. A. Ham; in of Evnnslon, 111.. Is the bride of Chief Petty officer John ' Kelmniiler, .son of Mrs. E, Wilson of Blytheville and the late John P. Rcinmlller. The 6 o'clock ceremony was solemnized April 6 at Howe's M«m- orinl chapel at Evanston. The R*v. Ernest Frc.rnont Little, pastor of Pirs( Methodist Church, officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore n gown of white satin, lashloned'.with tt sweetheart i neckline and n fingertip veil of tulc'caught to n pointed headdress wilK oj-a.hge _ blossoms. S3he carried a banquet .of white carnations. . Her mnid-of honor, Miss Marian Oilliland, wore a pink taffeta gown and'carried a bouquet pf pink carnations and blue dwarf Irises. Houchin-Gee Wedding Is Solemnised Her« , <U«fJ\t«r Mrs. Noina H*l«n Houcliln, bcc«m« tb* bride April ^ of Robert We, soil or Mrs. and Mrs. J. P, Gee. The wedding was solemnized at First Baptist Church by the Rev. E. c. Brown, pastor. Forming a setting for the wedding party were floor baskets of white gladioli arranged with palm, and vases or Spring flowers, Including irises, tulips nnd spliea. Casting a glow over the scene were burning white tapers In branched candelabra. Candles were lighted by Miss Sara Warrlngton and Miss lla Fields, who wore white gardenias In their hair. A program presented by who played marches and accompanied Hos« Stevens when he sang, "I Love .You Truly." of organ music wns Mrs. Murray Snmrt, traditional wedding Methodist Women M««t In Groups Yestefday Ttie Woman's SocWy «( Christian service of First MethodUt Church met y«6lerday afternoon In circle groups. I Mrs. Max 13. Held was hostess I and Mrs. j. w. Adams, co-hostess,] to seven members pf Circle One nnd n visitor, Mrs. Jolin 1 P. Row- jnnd. Mrs. Elton Klrby gave the devotional. Circle Two met with Mrs. H. L- Harp and Mrs. Wyatt Henley, was co-hostess. The n nitmbers present included IWQ ntw members, Mrs. Da If Horn ami Mrs. Max Usrey. The devotional wag given by Mis., A. C- Haley and Mrs. James Hill jr., gave the study lesion. Mrs. Ben White and Mrs. K. N. Hill were hostcues at the White hom e <o Circle TJw««: Mrs. Hill led the devotional *pd Mrs. O. K- taught the lesson. Thlr- Uk« Street WSCS Meet Held Yesterday Mi's. J. W. Maloney concHictcd the devotional, "Hallowed by Thy Mamu." yesterday afternoon at the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Uike Slrei't Methodist Church meeiiiu; at (he church. Mrs. W. W. McNeil nnd Mrs Billy KliiK rend scriptures. Mrs. Bates sturdy gave the first lesson In the lilblc study. ••Divine Fatherhood el God." Mrs, McNeil told tlic story of Ruth and Mrs. Luthei Rcynnrson tlic story of Jonah. Mrs. fieorgc Sllhvcll was In charge of the business session Cur- Ing which plans were made lor the Evunnellstic meeting to be- in April 21. The group was t |is- ils.sed with prayer. . . linvo EarlB. Snider Jr., of Blythtvi.Hs j. Trie bride was given in marriage ieen members were present, served Petty Officer Reinmlller as by James C. Elicits of Shieveport.] Mrs. Carlton sml(h,. Jr.,'»i*l Mrs. •" • " La,, the bridegroom's brotneMn- w •• • tf man. < Donald and Robert Hamrin, the l>rUVe's lwo brothers, Kere ushers. Mi's. Reinmiller attended Cornell University. Ithaca, N. Y.. where she was n member Of D«lta Phi Sororyv." The 1 bridegroom attended University of Araknsas, PayeUevme, where he became a member ot Kajlpa Alpha fraternity before entering service lii" 1942. - Af.ter n .brief .wedding trip, the couple wiH-rwido-in' Corpus Christ). Texas, where he Is stationed. As n part of their wedding trip, (hej> will visit here.this week wi^ his mother a nd other relatives. i ',..•. * '' • , . Presbyterian Women Have Meet at Church- aw. She chose for her wedding a wer«, new of circle Four which m*t - »t Ul«e two-piece suit.'Her accessories t )0!)le , OI Mrs . pred R«*man were In black and pinned at Her Mrs j^ Buckley. a« co-h<Mt*ss. slwulder was a corsage- of pin* ^ rs ^ E u a |( fr ^\t the ctevoifon- rosebuds. • Inlfor the 16 members present and Her maid ' ' "" '"" Blllk Oee Sl>e wore'u brown suit with a cor- id of honor was Mlss, Mrs jj w • w r y || ei (h e study oourw. , the bridtgioonVs sister. > A Kufol was Mrs jj u ^ ^^jtsjn, sage of yellow rosebuds. Arlie French served his brother- nmmal May breakfast Ill-law as best man. ' Both .Mr. and Mrs. Ttie Woman's'Auxiliary of Vfrst Presbyterian Church voted to ,h,ave. a book collection for students in Cac{do VaUey School at (.heir meeting i yesterday church. • -•• • • The books will be 'afternoon' at the suitable for students of High school and Junior High School age and will be brought to the next Auxiliary meeting. CaU- 'do 'vallei T Schocr y locatetl hear Hot Springs. .-, '..,. ' , . It- was announced tiy -.Mrs. H»r^ vey* T. Kldcl, foreign mission secretary, that. no ,.uwe cotton ma- teriol was available for makin? garments for Filipinos. The group then voted' to make clothing from old garments or send Old garments graduated in 1W3 from Blytbevllle High School, she was employed at the Post Office three years and Mr. O«« recently received his discharge Irom the Army. Ot 30 monttu service. 24 months were in N«w Guinea and »h« Philippines. Other out-of-town gueaU sent were the teWtjioofn's Mrs. James C, Elklns, of Slireveperl. L»,, and Mr. »nd Mj». EUliu Mills of New Madrid. Mo. Has Birthday Party Larry Lutz was 14 year?* old Friday and to celebrate (he occasion, he entertained Friday night with a party-for 25 of his Junior High School friends. They spent the afternoon playing gmnes and were later served refreshments of tee cream and cuke. The cake was inscribed with the words. "Happy Birthday Larry." Mrs. Don Luti assisted her son. Out-of-town guests present for the affair weie Georgia,. Stewart president 'of ..the Soolrty. Mr s . whltsltt announced tha,t th« ugaln | be held and tenatlve pluu? have *', ' been made. The date will .be announced later. Mrs. S. P. Murtin and Mrs. Clara Davis were hostesses to Circle Five at Hie Martin home. Mrs. Toby Long gave the Bludy lesson for the nine members present. Included in the 13 members of Olrcle Six. which met with Mrs. P. u. Foster was a new member. Mrs. William Hutsoii. \frs. A. Hudson gave the devotional and Mrs. Marcus JOrard led the study lesson. each of the sessions was a social hour during which hostesses served, refresh ments. suitable for wear. Among-the suggestions made was that flour sacks and other cotton sacks be used to mate clothes. Making garments wtll be •& project of the organilatlon. Mrs. Roy Wa\ton, historian, rea<l the'yearly "WstovJ of u the r church, which will' b e tiled ' at Montreat N. C. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty .was in charge of the program, "\Vhy We Arq Presbyterians." Mrs. c, M. Gray presented musical selections.: TJhe opening prayer was led by a suesl. Mrs. .Robert-E. Lee'King of Cleveland, Miss., a"tl Mrs. Orny, priiirtent. conducted the session. I ... Mis. EHis,'Hostess To Woman's Council Tne Woman's Council of Firsl ChJ-Lstlun Cliurch met last night at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis ii Barfield..-. - - . r,. ... Mrs. John C. McHaney led the de - vo^ioiial vith the theme '.'Over Confidence." Slie read a scripture froQ the'26th chapter of Matthew. Mri J. C. Lowe concluded the devoHona witji a prayer. Mrs,. Ellis, president, conducts the-session. ^fie was assisted in serving re- fie^liments by Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr. Delano Stewart, both of Cooler, Rend Courier Neviq • Waht months-old girl whom they named Miugarct Elizabeth. The baby wns named for two of Mrs. Bollum's sisters, Mrs. Hugh NelBon 'Ilionipson of Cleveland, Miss., and Mrs. Thomas W. Miller of Uatliesburg, Miss. Mrs. Bottom was formerly Miss Bobbie U'c King of Blythevlllc. I Mrs. Logan Leads ! Baptist RS Program Mi.s. Theodore I/man was program leader yesterday afternoon whi-n itif Womiina Missionary Society ol I'ir.st B:i|Hl.sl Clllll'cll met :iL tlif (-]HIH.')I lot- ihe montiily Ki-rvicf )>ro(;rum. |)K';;i.in) U>i>ic- was "R-.-an- gclifal \Viii'.i..s.s tu the World" mui Mj's. ;,u;;itn'-s totjnnonls were oti "Tlicv round I he mills," a iiini- mcry i:l 'he entire program. The rii'voili/nnl was given by Mrs. H. c. ijlankcnshlp -nd Mrs. Alton Jaeger:: iu'i'.s;-ntud a piano solo. Mr:;. ,1 J. Cooksloii's subiect was '•Wliai Tli(-y Say." nnd Mrs. Cl. V. Ua'.vs tlisf-u.ssed "Stories Thoy Toll." Mrs. Blankenship's topic was "ill-assured by :i Hoiii;. " Mrs. Hoy llKul's subject was "In India and Burma" and Mrs. II. n. Brooks led in prijor. -Tha 7.00D Emeralds in tho < Tiiilip|)incs" wos I)K; Kipic di.scus.sed by Mrs. Archie H:iys. 'Mrs. Alvin Huffmnn closed the session with prayer. As u M'tling for the proaram. Tilrs. I.o^an had a eros.s syjnboli Wednesday Bridge Club. CBC club meeting with Mrs. o. o. Elklns. Central Parent Teacher Association meeting at the school, 3 o'clock, pvecceded. by an Executive Board meeting. ' THURSDAY Mid-week Bridge Club guests of Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Mrs. Ross Hughes entertains Thursday Club. f.'ntrc Nous club entertained by Mrs. Theodore Logan. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. H. C. Allen. Alpha Bela Bunco Club guests of Mrs. F. C. Cox. •' GNU Club guests of Mrs. Norvillc Humphrey. FRIDAY Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood, meeting 1 o'clock, al the home of Mrs. J. W. Adams with Mrs. John Caudill ii.s co-hostess. Mrs. J. O. Hucy hostess to Friday Rook Club. one Club meets with Mrs. O. O, Elkius. Men-It Bourland discussed "Life of Lydla" and read a poem, "God Give Us women." Refreshments were .served during VWA Meeting Held Mrs. C. E. Johnson was hostess list night • to 11 members of thi> Young Women's Association of First Baptist 'Church. Taking pint on the program were' "f 'I'l'" Cross "f Culvary where Mrs. Dorothy Ferguson, Miss M:\x-1 Jesus was crucified, flnnkrd with hie Overman and Miss Adallnc Lee. j Chrir.tl;in fiai^s from different! Plans were mude foi- a supper April 29 and it was announced thut tliert- would be no mcctlne next week. countries. .'Mrs. Brooks, president, opened the mcctiJii; will) the WMU wati-ll- w'ortl and Mrs. E. B. Woodson led Will Present Play Arranucincnls for U\e play thiy will prn.sent in the approaching tour- jinnicnt were begun Thursday nt the regular ineetiiiK of Exist Cnne Home Dcniunslration Club members. Participating on the program were Mrs. Russell Edwards who gave the poem, "Sharing"; Mrs. Jess Morgan tii.scusxed poultry; Mrs. W. D. VnstbiiKler spoke on cure ct brooms and brushes; Mrs. Zolliin SUUts presented the ])oum. "Worth While." I Mrs. Hay Veach, president, de]:i- unsir:\te(l u thrift, garment ami Mrs. a social hour. Hostesses were Mrs. J. D. Littlejohn, Mrs. 13. A. McCann ami Mrs. Donald Veacli. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smllh, Owner Ingram Bide. Phone ]27t ftxpectinqa Mother's Friend massaging prcpa- \ ration helps bring ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, nil exquisitely prepared emollient, h iwc-Hil In Dl! <;oi)<]l|]ons where a bland, i^iikl auotlyr.c massago mctlkum in skin Ivibrlcullon Is desired. One condition in \vhicli \vo]iie:i lor more thnn TO yeur;j have usetl K is »U appUcetlon lor maasaylng the body tlurlog pKgnancy... it titlps keep tko skin soft ana ullable... thua Avoiding vnneceisary tllscoinfort duo to Uryri'ss and llthlnets. It relrcBhcs and tones tho cliln. A u Weal massst'o application lor tl.u >mmb, tlnelina or burning scmatlons of the skin .. . fur the tlrctl back muscle i or cramp-like pains In tlic leya. Qulrkly • bsarbeO. Dcllalitful to use. Hlt'tily Sralsed Viy \isers. mnny doctors nnd nurses. Millions of bottles sold. Just nil: any druggist lor Mother's Friend— the skin pinolllfnt »ad lubricant. Do try it. Mother's Friend a* The hostess served refreshments. I <>•• pruycr. Boltjrn--> Have Da ugh let- Mr, and Mrs. Hiblwrt Bottom, 1407 St. Clalr. K»st St. Louis. II!.. havi taken CARD OF THANKS We are deeply appreciative of the kindness sltown by (rlcniis at the hmplUl a.!id the tuner*!, during the tlUifss »nd -death of Ur.s. TENNIS SHOES HEAVY BLACK UPPER — GRAY SOLES YOUTH'S. Sizes 11- 2 1.91 BOY 7 S. Sizes 21-6 . ., 2.01 MEN'S. Sizes 61-9 ... 2.21 WOMEN'S. White, Gray Sole. Sizes 5 to 8 $1.75 The Family Shoe Store Lena Phone 2342 POULTRY FRESH DRESSED 'DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Buy the entire Fowl ur Jilsl the 1'ltcfs You Want Ask Us lot Our FUtSH Infertile Yard E«s. Garden-Fresh Produce Received Doily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, JeUies Culs and Spears ASPARAGUS All Gr««n All White SPEARS. The Variety Grocery— Come and Se» Pickard's Gro. & Market Phone 204JJ 10U Chickasawba Av*. WEDNESDAY ' Town and Country Club Hireling assortment ton every ie for every occasion I F iSURANCE Diitl 2311 Luther Gray, son The Symbol of Easter LILIES The pure whit* lily has b«comc the $ymbol of Easter's mesvag* of eternal Kope and life anew . , . and the most fitting of all tokens to , q loved one at I«stertim« Hydrangeas Pink and Blue Pot Roses • Carnation Corsages of Different Colors Orchids Gardenias Roses Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere FOR SALE! Ifi Gn. Corrugated Stetl Cuivcrls in Hi Ft. .Lengths with Connecting bands. They're Lighter than Concrete, Easier Install and Will Lust a Lifetime. to CALL OR WRITE LEE WILSON & CO. for Complete I'rolectum • ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSPITALIZATION « FIRE c. AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BURGLARY • PLATE GLASS •TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 N.2nd Clias. Kiltner—Irene Crawder Snow* r,i Office Opens 1:44 Show Siarts 2:90 L1HTBN TO KLC1* -m. 12:15 p-m- *:>• f Helene Curtis Machine or Machineless Permanent Waves S 5 Machineless Permanent Wave Regular S10 Value Open Evenings by Appointment LANDYS' Beauty Shop Tuesday & Wednesday Tin- t'iflure llntl may rltatxjc Vour Life! — —^ vp^ , >*>^.7 <&,?*• *••*-• JOSEPH 9 BIU1K BIRIiE-F.UCENE VAUrTIE OXA Ml^SON-IIAYJIOXD WAlBUHi "\ HEATOH'S '200 East Davis HOME OF FLOWERS Phone 549 Wilson, Ark. to Chick Theatre 2003 \V M.ain BY LESLIE TURNEtt TurniiiR It On WASH TUBES WE LOCATED SNftS MAMTIS F YOU RSCALLi MR.SA550 S S1WEKKPEB TOLD MS EVA HAD Y EMIL.I-I ESJ4TLV THE \ TO THINK! THIS IS TOO MUCH SAME WAY OF V^BE JUSf A •as^--^ HE TWX'GHTGNE Of POAK'S /TUMV, MO MS HEUPtRSvAsW*\ED VASTS V V'EOfflEO R.'IOSI EVERV DETAIL 1 CWT HOLD IMSElf BACK iVJY LONG D INTO THIS ROO.rt WIHW YO) AT LAST .' BY FRED HARM AH Safe for Ilic Present l KIH.I.'O' W(V\EN ^S < HIDS> WHIP.- ESiPEs, n=' IF us GETS AWA< HE'LL SPOIL OUR RACKET.' Sflcc(c<l Slinrt Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Matinees Sat. & Son. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Show SUrtl 6:45 P. M. Each Eventa* Opens Sunday 1:06; Start* 1:11 Continuum Shows Sat. and tan. Bargain Night Ever; Nl(bt Except SatirdaT. No pane* honored »n »«n4»T •* «hs K«y. Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Marine Raiders with Fat O'Brien and Rulh Huucy

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