The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 17, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 194G Bride-elect Honored Monday, Last Night Mtss Tommy* Dean Hatcher, bride-«>ct of Ueut. Robert P«te Taylor of Ivor, Va., and Wright EJeW,; _ Dayton. Ohio, has been honored at several affairs this week. She was guest of hxmor lost night at a dessert bridge given by Mrs. Charles Bittner. Carrying out the wedding theme were bouquets, of orange blossoms and arranged throughout the home were roses and diisies. The two Cables where gue£U played bridgel were centered vltfi Iwwls or rese buds and daisies. High sjjoj^'.br.ldge. piize went to Mrs. J.,c...-£Uls Jr., and second high to-Mrs. Peggy Jones Wagner. Miss 'Kstehefs place was marked wl$ ?')iiii4alur« : figures of a bride (UidvM'idegroom witb bridal place cards-used. - . Her Hostess presented Miss Hatcher i£ gift,"of silver. • Mirs Ver«.-Goodrich, Miss Mary Lynn Jackson- and Miss Alexn Williams were' hostesses with a bridge party Monday night at the home honoring Miss Goodrich •Hatcher. "nangements Ing out a yellow and white color s-cheinc formed" a setting for guests. Miss Hatcher, members of Miss Saliba Honored With Birthday Party Miss Alice Saliba was honored last night with a surprise birthday party given by her mother, Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Guests were members of Alpha Alpha Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, of whjch Miss Saliba Is vice president. In a costume Each came dressed lo compete for n "Tacky" title. Winners were Miss Eva Williams, who came as "B. O. Plenty," and was serenaded by Mrs. Dick Wal- scn, who with her flowing mop hair and one-string ukulele portrayed "Gravel Genie." Other characterizations included thos e of the "devil" and "grandma" with her flannel gown and cap. Refreshments of a sandwich plnte : with coffee were served from trie ' dining room table. Covered with a lace cloth, the table was centered with a birthday cake. Around the cake were Easter nests of eggs and decorations were completed with burning yellow candles in crystal holders. Hell Robinson Wed To F. D. Northern In a ceremony solemnized April 7, Miss Nell Robinson, duiiglurr of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Robinson of Steele, became the brldu of renter Dee Northern, sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Northern of Yarbro. Magistrate Dee Callens performed the double ring ceremony ill 5 o'clock at his home. Mrs Callens is u sister of the bridegroom. The wedding march <vas played by the Callens 1 youngest son, Jimmie. Tulips, irises and other Spring flowers In pastel shades were arranged throughout the house. The bride chose for her wedding an afternoon frock of light blue wool with black accessories and shoulder corsage of white carnations. Her maid of Ivonor, Miss Hetty Sue Patterson, al'so In ligtit blue, wor e an eyelet dress with black accessories. Her corsage was of piiU: carivatlons. Robert Callens attended Mr. Northern ns best man. A graduate of Sltele High,School, the bride was valctEIctorlnn of hc.-r class in 1944. Vot the past few Cake, was served with ice cream, Mrs. Frank J. Turck was another of flowers carry- guest at the affair. Photographs were tnken during the evening. the GEO Club, and Miss Irene Crowdcr mint of the bride-elect, Floral arrangements throughout the home were white and yellow irises and yellow tulips. Each guest was presented a white carnation tied with a yellow ribbon. The guest of honor and Miss Crowder were presented carnation corsages. • A dessert course was served with favors of miniature brides on each plate. ,' '. -. ^ .... During; evening bridge -games, prizes went. Jo Mrs. Ray Wliit- tington. high 'score, and Mrs. John P. Fieidsr bridgo. - - - Son Born To Tubbs Friends here will be interested to learn that Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Tubbs of Pnrsonbiirg. Md.. are parents of a son born April 2. He haa been named Hurry Calvin. Mrs. Tubbs Is the former Miss Sibyl Harding of BlythevlUe. • • b Honored With Shower Mrs. Otis Cole was honored last , Bits of News ' Mostly, Personal Mr. and Mrs. Udward Kropfl of Fnycttcvllle and Newport, Tcnn., art guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Holt and Mr. and Mrs. u. H. Holt mid (heir families. Mr. Kropff, ncpliew of tile two Mr. Holts, returned ihree weeks ago from two yei:rs slay in Germany, having served four years In the Army. , Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Wllhlte, ami fninily of :\ daughter. Miss j Ciay Wilhitc, nnd a son, Frank' Wilhile Jr., left Monday afternoon for their home In Anadarko, Okla., after having spent the weekend with Mr. Wllhite's sisters Mrs. G.| O. Caudill, Cordelia wilhitc :.nd Miss Josephine wilhitc, and other relalives. Mrs. Harold Thompson. Mrs. Hnrnld Thompson Jr., son, Michael; | lloimte Hall and Harry Hall .••pent Monday in Memphis. While Caruthcrsville and Northern Mls- isouri. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Redman returned home last night from Denton, Texas, where they accompanied Aim Crook and Miss lla augers. Miss Crook and Miss lingers, who attend Texas State College for Women :it Denton, had been liara because of the death of Miss L.i- Vonne Kedinan, fatally injured I si a car accident at Denton where she also atu-mied college. Mr. and Mrs. J.-li, Stiles and son. I£oy, have arrived here from Torrence. Calif. Now with relatives, they plan to miike their home ht't't 1 . Miss Rosemary Child arrived home last night from Cincinnati, Ohio, where she Is a student at Mount St. Joseph «n the Ohio, to spend the Easter holidays with her parents, Dr. iind Mi.s. Fred Child. Dr. and Mrs. Child met her In Memph;.;, where she came by plane. Csin- lyn and I'litricln Child will arrive home today from Joneslxiro where they are students at Holy Ansef Academy. months, she has been commercial \ there, ihcy visited Mrs. Fred Corkian teacher in the high school. Mr. 'and family. Northern is employed as operator of the Steele Theater. Mr. Northern and Ills bride will make their home in steele. Far the reception which followed the ceremony, the luce draped din-113. E. Rodijers IIIE table had n centerpiece of splrca I Mr. and Mrs. and Irises. Mrs. Callens. Mrs. f?pcn- | Columbus, Cia ter Owens and Mrs. W. II. North- ' ern presided al tlie tnblc i'roiti which (he two lined wedding cake was served. Meetings Royal Arch Masons meeting tonight at the hall, 7:30 o'clock, for work In the Royal Arch degree. night with a miscellaneous shower j Fellowship meeting tomorrow tit the home of Mrs. Carra PrutU | night. 7:30 o'clock at Lake Street Of Guests . B.Reid Mrs. Max B. Reid was hostess yesterday afternoon witli a bridge party fcu^mernbers of Tuesday Bridfe Club »«d two other guests. MIS. John P- Rowland and Mrs. Jamsa Roy. , ''• •*•A ECttlng for guests was formed with effective arrangements of blue hydrangeas, roses nnd lilies-of-tho- vallc/y. When bridge was played during the aftenioon, high score prize went to Mrs. Murray Smart and se«md tj Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. Ifl'lie hostess served a salad pln'.e. ':"•• « * -* ;rs. Hoke Entertains Sirs. Wallace Hok c entertained igmbers of Double G Club nnd (mi other guest. Mrs. Max O. Us- rB- Jr., last night with a bridge nJE-ly. home was decorated with its of Spring flowers. Souring bridge games, high score PBize went to Mrs. Blan Heath aftl second to Miss Margaret Sha- 3?crre5hments were served. In Pride Sub-division. Hostesses | Methodist Church. Planned lor the were Mrs. Jnck prullt and Mrs. Krby Hodge. The home was decorated Spring flowers. Refreshments were served. with following week the time; was changed because of a Revival rueethiG o be held next week, announced by the Rev. Hates Sturdy, pastor. Coming E Cents .THURSDAY Mld-veek Bridge Club guests of Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Mrs. Rosa Hughes entertains Thursday Club. Entre Nous Club entertained by Sirs. Theodore i^ogan. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R. C. Allen. Alpha Beta Bunco Club guests of Mrs. P. O. Cox. GNB Club guests of Mrs. Norvllle Humphrey. FRIDAY Mrs. J. O. Hney hostess to Friday Rook Club. CBC Club meets with Mrs. O. O Elklns. Read Courier News Want Ads. J. 13. Ifodners is seriously ill at I lie home of his son, w. J. Ilodsers. 8i;i Lilly. Here with Mr. Rodgcrs are relatives: Mr. and Mrs. G, R. •Itodgers of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. of Lubljock. Texas; Leslie Shepherd o!' . and Mrs. Gordon Dillard of New Albany. MiE.s. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stiles have returned home after visiting relatives In Murray, Ky. They went especially to see Mrs. Stiles' aunt, Mrs. Bush Houston, who will observe her lOOlh birthday in July. En route home, they were guests oj relatives in Mayfield, Ky. Mr. nnd. Mrs. C. A. Hindman had as th'eir weekend guests her mother, Mrs. E. Wells, and sister, Mrs. J. H. Schumacher, nnd Mr. Schumacher of Memphis. Mr. ami Mrs. Schumacher came lor their four-year-old son, Sieve, who si>eiu last week here with the Hindmans. Mrs. James B. Clark has returned home after visiting friends in HEADACHE Liquid CrXPUDINE f* £ to glorlfg gomr mmtlt mm* Umm 5 . , . to foutfUimtmt yomr rlothr, . . . I CHEN YU lomg ta 75 r tmll •Mrf llftliftt At The Hospitals lllythe.nlle Ilmpilal Admitted: Clarcnee Norris, clly. John McNcal. city. Mrs. Alvie McGregor, city. Hubert Pearce Jr.. Holland. Mo. Mrs. I'niil Holland, city. Dismissed: G. G. Ashley, city. E. ,|. Daiiaherty, city. Mrs. Kenneth Matthews and baby. Manila. Walls Hospital Admitted: v Franklin Slulf-/, city. Mrs. Van Anderson, city. Bom lo Mr. and Mrs. James Brooks, city, a daughter this moiling. Dismissed: Ted O'Kane. Steele. Mo. Vernon Wright. Steele, Mo. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Melvin Eslep. city. Memphis' SI. Jusi-pli Hn.spiUI Admitted: Brim Hamrn, Steele. Mo. Catholic Church Planning Special Easter Services Special Easter services, beginning tomorrow morning, will )>e helil ai tlie Church of the Immaculate Conception, th f Rev. Francis Mc- DevlU snld today. Tomorrow morning, 8 o'clock, services will begin iitul will Include Mass in Honor of the Institution of the Sacrament of th« Holy Eucharist and the Solemn Procession to the Repository: The choir will '-Ing "Mass of the Angels," under | direction or Sister Mary Delores. At '/:30 o'clock tomorrow night. ,'llie Holy Hour of Adoration will be observed. Friday morning. 8 o'clock, there I will be Muss of the Hro-Sanclifieil | and the 1 Mass of Stations of the Crass will be that afternoon at I !2:4f> o'clock. of veneration of i the Relic of the True Cross will J iininedintcly follow. i A Noreiia in Honor of me Sorrowful Mother will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Saturday morning, 7 a.m., services will be the Blessing of New Fires in Easter Water and Mass will follow at 8 o'clock. High Mass Sunday morning will tie held at 10:30 o'clock, preceded !>y Ixnv Mass at 1:30 o'clock. Sea Kobln Caught LOS ANGELES (UP»—A 12-Inch sea robin, the first captured In the Pacific ocean in 50 years, was hooked on (i hand line about three miles off nearby El S*\jundo,- according to a Scripps Institute of Oceanography report. The fish is fairly common In Atlantic waters. Lion Cuards Car SAN FRANCISCO (UP^-Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Yeager of Stockton, Ca!., don't worry about sneak thieves ransacking their auto. They leave Read Courier News Want Ads. a pet 200-pound African lion In (he back seat when they park their car. A NAME YOU CAN ALWAYS TRUST — fit. Joseph. It means guaranteed quality and purity in aspirin. None better at any price. Wliy pay "lore? IJL-mnnd genuine, |)Ui'>, fust-acting ht. Joseph Aspirin. 12 tablets lOc, The ICO Sublet bottle costs only 35c. HunKo -. ^Dainty COOKING FAT 3fs Wonderful' ! F IT'S INSURANCE Dial 2311 Read Courier News Want Ads. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Been Smith, Owner InEram Bid;. Phone 3274 NOTICE- Mrs. Robert- M. Graves Now has the Authorized Agency for the Electrolux Cleaner and Air Purifier For Your New Cleaner or Supplies Call 2650 Kor Complete 1'rofeolion • ACCIDENT A IIBAl,TH • HOSPITAUZATION • PIKE . A U TOM OH II,K • LIABILITY • BURGLARY • PLATE GLASS •TORNADO • SURETY HONDS • AVIATION FIRST NAT90NAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 N. 2nd Chits. ttiUner—Irene Orowrt^r BUNDING COSTS HAVE INCRE4SF9! How about the increase in replacement' value since you last arranged your insurance? Stop in or phone for a copy of the Handy Building Value Chart, and make your own estimate — it's cr.w. -THK- FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. — Insurance Department — "28 Years Dependable Service" —Phone 3121 — -Sf YOU ARE INVITED To Hear Rev. R. Scott Baird Each Fvenmg This Week at 7:30 O'Clock In a Series of Sermons * On FACES ABOUT THE CROSS \ ' Tonight "THE ROMAN CENTURION, Who Called Him the Son of God" We Welcome You FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH 600 West Main Street BlytheYille, Ark. ttor* E*sry Day J!a» Office Opens 1:4» Show Starts 2:90 LISTEN TO KLCN »:•• *.m. 11:45 pjn. «:!* p Last Time Today The Cheaters uitli J. Srhildkraut and Billle Kurke Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Thursday and Friday COUMBIA f;CI'JS[S pliunll Xuivs and Selected Short Cnntinunus Showing •£• KiRBY DRUG STORES Main at Second — Broadway — Division BI/i'THEVH.LE, ARKANSAS For Your Home Just received large shipment of Spring-filled living room furniture. 2 piece llrlng room suites, $159.95 to «2W 50 Couch suites. 2 piece. »101.»5 to »!•».*>. coach only »SS.S5 to S88 50. Also a large number of spring filled rockers to select from. Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Main SI New and Used Pbrnc tMI |: ElECTHCAL SUPPLIES |* .Uf.iit figure your bill of materials •!? "" 9t tfw total Contract, including • 5 labor. j| W^LPOLE ELECTRIC CO. r*wn«M» PiMM S371 EASTER SPECIAL All This Week Helene Curtis Machine or Machineless Permanent Waves Mat-hlncless I'ernuincnl Wave S| Hcsular Sin Value * Open Evenings by Appointment L ANDYS 1 Beauty Shop Next to Chick Theatre 20M W M.ain Phono .1MO The Symbol of Easter LILIES The pure white lily has become the symbol of Easter's message of eternal hope and life anew . . . and th« most fitting of all tokens to a loved one at Eastcrtime Hydrangeas Pink and Blue Pot Roses Carnation Corsages of Different Colors Gardenias Roses Orchids Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere HEATON'S HOME OR FLOWERS 200 East Davis Phone 549 fl Bat. & Snn. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Start* S:45 f. M. Each Evenlnr Opens Sunciay 1:04; Starts 1:15 Contfnaons Shows Sat. mn4 8m. Bargain Nijht ETery Nlfht tfcrfi Satarday. No pamo honorrd en B«ndaT *l the Roxy. Last 'J'ime Today DOUBLE FEATURE Swing Fever with K:iy Kyscr a.nd Alnrilyn Muxwell Marine Raiders v/itli ViU O'Brien .-inrt Itulh Tlusscy Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE FR8M THE MAN; WHO DIRECTED^ 'AIR FORCE" AND \ SEREUNT ,MK"!V r Bu... ifa nittg RANDOLPH SCOTT s itns i»n MU urn, k. riTisttiii MIT tinn FIZZT I»iSlT I1TII IllCt CIMEt 1ICI1II UII K) tU» A UNIVERSAL PtOURE IE Music for Millions \villi Margaret O'Brien and Donna Rccd

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