The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 23, 1946
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PACK TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1946: To Wed Jdbri/Charles Bright Mr and Mrs Hjsoii H O'Neal "lufjft^u^e the engagement of Iheli' ilaug/ltijf. Miss Freda Lee O'Neal. to . John Charles Bright, son of Mf. knd Mis Oiaile Bright. IJe$e' jm4 plins will lie announced Inter. The Is -now Baptist Women Meet In Groups Yesterday "Women of the.Old Testament" was the lesson taught yesterday afternoon til each circle meeting of tlie Woman'* Missionary Society of First Baptist Church. Mrs. Cecil R. Wrnten was hostess to 12 members of Circle One at which Miss Cordelia Wilhlte gave the devotional. Prayers were offered by Mrs, Charles S. Lemons und Mrs. S. M. Hood nnd Mrs. Marion Williams, who also ttiiiijlit Ihe lesson. A visitor was Mrs. AniinTnnn. Mrs. J. Albeit Emterlln was n new member of Circle Two which met with -Mrs J. W. Rayder. Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mrs. Ted King led in prayer. Mrs. ''King also taught the lesson to the 10 members present. Mrs. Harry Fritxius was hostess to Circle Three, nt which Mrs. Louis Humbert was n uuest. A new member was Mrs. J. w. Lucy. Miss Maude Adams gave the devotional ancl prayers were loci by Mrs. H. II. Brooks and Mrs.. !{. E. rimiorecl last. niUil v-ilh 'i Mrs - 13 < ook s spoke briefly on the imilv it which C,ii,l nd y ° llth » cvi ™' "°w-»el« 8 held nt M,«--Ardcn Crowdoi ol rort Me »»> church. Mrs.-Roy Head launht Cl«Iton Ala ue.c host and hostess. «« lesson ancl Mrs. Jackson closed Th*»kAarc T 2Unt -\i d uncle of the.""" l nn > ci / I Circle Four mel nt the home ot t v of'honor »eie the bride- Mrs - °- v - Uftws wlth n rae!i! - bride-elcct was eraduated ill'. High School in 1945-and employed ns deputy clr- for Mississippi County In r(c6 at BlUhetllli Bright was graduated from High "School In the cl*y'6lr 1940, He htlended the University of Arkansas, Fnyettcvlllc. hcfore entering the Army Air Corps. He- served 34 months as a pilot, 14 of which were spent in the South-west Pacific. At Ihc Sine of his discharge in Jnmiary, be held the rank of captain. Fie noy; is eng.iyed in farming. • • • Wedding Party, Honored iieaisal Dinner ty Ellis B. Rogers Weds New Orleans Resident Ct Interest in Blythevjlle Is announcement of the wedding of MiE.s Yvonne Jansing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Maynan of New Orleans, to Kills 11. Rogers, formerly of Blytlievllle. He now makes his home In Memphis mid is the son Of Mrs. Emma i-ou Roger*. The wrddlng was solemnized yesterday The in New Orleans. bride graduated from high school in New Orleans and attended Tnlane University. Mr. Rogers, upon his graduation from high .school In Brylhevllle, attended business school In Springfield, Mo. . . A former captain in (he Army Finance Department, he received Personal Mr, and Mrs. fa.ra Hodge* und children ol Ollmore, Ark., and Mr. ami Mrs. Cecil steele nnd children of Put Kin, Miss., were guests Sun- \ day of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Ralph ' of Promised Lund. Mss Cora \je c Coleman nnd Mrs. Robert E. Lee King of Cleveland, Miss., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel p. Norrls und family, were overnight guests of Mr. and Mr.;. J. W. Bader of Carnthersville, Mo,, N. C. , at their new home there. The D-an Hatcher, nnd her.s-fianco, Lfe'iU. Robert Pate Taylor. In the private dining room of the Delta Club, the party followed rc- htrmal jit Fust Pieslwterlan YTfl^ the 'table was an at- arcflngement s of \vhitc nar- rlM-«U^.«lowing white tapers in silver holders. -Bouquets of white peonies completed decorations In the room. • A four course menu was seiwetK— ,- /rtnorrij the guests -were Mrs. Haber "Muff of Greenville, Miss., and Mrs. Ann Taylor Cninpljell of Richmond, Va., slstertif the bridegroom- lect who also came hue for Ihe uffldim; Ih4s iflernoon Choral Club Patrons. Announced Last Night Tlcl,t,ls foi Ihe Spilng Concert to-'T5 e presentee! Mny 3 by Blythc- ville_ Chpnil society, at the city auditorium, - are- now on sale and mayj be "puierHspd ftom hnv hiem- bci , c?r stvrlcnts ffOm the* High b haa^<l, ItJ'as been iimouneed. Ai, Ihe" rehcni-sal Insl' night nt City Hall, 1L was nnmmnccil Hint Friday was thj deadline for pal- ! ron rtii-mlicrship. i Patron members nt present, tire | Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. . Little, Mr. [ and Mrs. C. W. Affllck, Mr. nnd 1 Mrs. Elton W. Kirby. Mr. and Mrs. I Mi md Mis. \\'.'.L. "Mi-: nnd Mrs. E."R. Lan- .Qscar Fendler Mrs. Earn H. Williams. Mrs. Cornelius Moclinger Mrs. O. w. McCutclien Mrs.-, Ross. D. Hughes. Df. and, Mrs. I. R. Johnson. Mr. a nd Mrs. : Auhrey Comvay. Mr. anci Mrs, Fred Warren, Mr. nnd Mia. "James Hill Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Meyer Orabor, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crlg- ge'^-jrV, d'eorge M. Lee. Mr. aivl Mrs t flarry .\v. Unities, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. S'orris. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fostw. Mrs., Cecil R. Wrol«n, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Witn- rierlich L Mr. nnd Mra. Byron Morse • ari*ii-2JV. nnrii Mr.s. Everett B. Gee. •Kamw of Chese patrons nnd others" who purchnsc: ' tickets before Friday will be printed on tho programs for the concoiL ftitrcm members nre those inler- esfSti Tfl tKe-newly organized Choral Cliio but' not nctlve members. bers present. Mrs. J. J. Cookston led Ihe devotional and prayer.'; were offered by Mrs. H. C. Hlnnk- enship and Mrs, J. w. Autcn. Mrs. Theodore Logan taught the lessor. Mrs, J. E. McFall was hostess to Circle Five, which had nine members nnd one (jue-sl present. Mrs. Carrie OrlmmeU and Mrs. Wnlter taught the lesson. The meeting was closed with sentence prayer. Refreshments were served nt each of the sessions during the social hour. versily, Durham overseas In Indln and Burma wllli tile Tenth Air Force. HC Is now In business In Memphis. * * ' * ' ' Mrs. Holmes Hostess Tho Womnn's Missionary Society of Calvary ISnplbL Cliurch met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Holmes.' Mrs. Li'land Hodge, circle chairman, was hi charge .of the business session and Mrs. Vernon Boyd led the program. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Andrew Conley and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson is to leave late today for her home In Cleveland, Miss., after having spent three weeks here as Kuenl of her sister, Mrs, -Samuel F. Morris and family. While here she was entertained by a number of trleiids. She formerly resided In Blythevite. Condition of Mrs. H. u Halsell Jr., which has been very serious for more than a month, remained critical today. Long In ill health, she is a patient at Blythevllle Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Doan Key of Santa Fe, Calif., are here us guests of their aunts. Mrs. W. M. Vanwlnkle and Mrs. May Bell. Mrs. tylnnlbcth, returned last night from Little Hock where they were guests of Mr, nnd Mrs, R, C. Norton and daughter, Jane. They had been there since Friday. The Rev, and Mrs. Harmon Holt and son, John Wesley, of Clinton. Aik., were guests of Mr. and MIS, Bob Holt for a short time today. Mr. Holt's parents had been to Memphis with their, son, eight- year-old John Wesley, for a checkup following n highway necl- denl Feb. 12, In which he was critically Injured. Entirely recovered, he was able to leave off of his crutches yesterday. The Rev. IrfJ'. Holt, who formerly re- skied here, now Is pastor of the Clinton. Ark., Methodist Church. Joe icvrard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, has returned to University of Arkansas, where he Is a student, after spending the Easter holidays here. He was accompanied to Blylhevlllc by Miss f^lxulK-ili Redding of Memphis, when he consulted his specialist there Friday. Miss Redding 'was housegueil of Ihe Evrnrd family Saturday and Sunday and other guests of Joe Evrard and parents Saturday were Mrs, John .H. McKen/lo and Bobby Gardner, both of Paragould. Evangelist the devotional led by Mrs. J. G. I3c " Plans to accompany them back Watklns. Tt was Uiken from the 1° Santa Fc. 28th chapter of Matthew. Mrs. H. H. Wiiford has returned Assisting on the program were Mrs. Doyle Sanders, Mrs. Holmes Tea To Have May Day The Dr. James Franklin Davics Chapter of* the United Daughters of the Confederacy will sponsor a May Day Tea. to be held Wednesday. May 1. 3 to fl 'p.m., at the lioine of 'Mrs. J. W. Miller in 13ns- sett. Mrs. I. O. Wi'Stbrook of Joiner Prayers were offered by Mrs. P. H. Jernlgan and Mrs. Elmer Van Cleve. Coles Parents Of Son Tlie son born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Cole this morning has been named Hobert Edmund. He Is their first child. Mrs. Cole is the former Miss Dor- o^hy Crawford, (laughter of Ira Crawford. has announced that all members of sister chapters, church societies organizations are in- and sclUHil vited. \ DARA SHAMPOO Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and ' and i and and WOMEN •*• siffer fwo mJserj of HOT FLASHES home from Moy.leld. Ky., where sljc went n few weeks ago for a rest because of 111 health. Her condition Is Improved. She was motored home by the Rev. Mr. Wiiford who also motored his mother. Mrs. J. W. Wii- ford. to her home In Maylleld. Mrs. Wiiford luul been here with her son and family while his wife was In Mayfield. Don Kdwards returned this morning from Fort Worth, Texas, where lie attended to business for several days. Calvin M. Wolf, seaman first class, son of Mr. und Mrs. Jess Wolf, has received his dUwhnrgc from llie Navy at the Separation Center in Memphis. Mrs. Earl Buckley and daughter, Miss Holder If Bride Ot Eddie Ashabranncr • Miss Jessie Marie Holder, daughter of M~rs. Virgil CiinnliiKliam of Manila, bccaino the bride i>i Eddie Ashnliraiuier Jr.. also of Manila, in a. ceremony performed April 14 at the home of the Hev, P. M. Sweet. Mrs. II. C. Tlpton provided a ]>ro- yrain of nuptial music. . Tlie l>ride wore a navy blue with a shoulder corsage of while cnrnatlons. Her acCv.ssorie.s were In white. . .Miss Raniona June iHokely was her attendant. H. C. Tipton served Mr. Ash»l>]-anncr as bc'St innn. Mi 1 . :'.nd Mr.s. Aslutbranner will make their home In Manila. 'I he Rev. R. o. Barker, Youth i '.eader of the First Baptist Church I in Little Rock, is speaker at the IVoiiih Revival being held here at I First Baptist Church. I Sessions are each morning at 7-25 o'clock to 7:55 o'clock und each nffht nt 1:30 o'clock. In urging that youth and adults attend these session.';, the Rev. E. C. Brown sakl attendance was good with an average of 100 listeners having been present nt morning services The Rev. Mr. Barker is a,ssisled by Ralph Churchill w lio directs music. G. B. Segraycs Heads Osceola Rotary Club O. Q. Scgraves has been electee president or tho Osceola Rotary Club to succeed Steve Ralph. Other officers to serve will be, A. Wclby Young, vice president;' Joe W. Rhodes, secretary; Bruce Collier, sergeant ,at arms: Faber While and ,j. A. Pigg, directors. ' The new officers will be installed In July. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Women's Foreign Missionary Society of First Church of the Naza* mtetlnj at the church, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Baker Wilson entertains Wednesday Bridge Club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Cleo Langnton. THURSDAY Mrs. R. p. Kir?hn«r entertains Thursday Luntheon Club. Double Pour Bridge Chib meeting with Mrs. Bill Malln. • Mrs. Raymond Smith hostess la Entre Nous Club. < Mrs. A. Conway hosl*ss to Midweek Bridge Club. Friendly Rook Club meeting with Mr,s. R. A. Copeland. Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess to Oc- 'tette Club members. Mrs. J. T, Hlfltman enltrUlns Aiylni Beta""Bunco Club. FRIDAY Junior ?'ellowshli> meeting, 3:40 p.m. , PILES Hurt Uke Sin! But Now I Grin ThoinanJs oh-aaye groan* to grim*, UM A reat &f>.tor* formula Cot 1 distress ol piles; Edit til .i!;(.;isU ty noted The rut on • ft Uiimv Chi:i.-. Bui'prltfltiK QUICK p*IUu- tlve lelU'f ut iMiin, licit, soigne**, il^ki* fcoflen liai J paiH; nmdis tofhrlai; SWHI- in*. Use irVif'ffljV way KKUy. <Jfcl lub« Thjriiton & Minor's Kfctal Olntmf-at Cr Tliorutou £ Minur RieUl 3up|M*JLoi tea. Follow lulx-1 dii ti'Iloiid, If run ktrHjfhU'd, low i'OMl will Im it funded on i'e4U*ft. At all £GG<( -iiiiu stpre^ You'// Fn/oy Attending THE YOUTH REVIVAL AH This Week at THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth und Walnut, Hlytheville Weekday Services 7:25 A. M.—7:55 A. AL-, Come by on your way to work or school. v Theme of Wednesday Morning Message: "Giver Us OIH- Daily Bread." -:>• Prayer Groups and Junior Choir 7:00 P. iM. r Evening Service 7::JO R M.I PREACHING With a Purpose SINOIN(! Thai Inspires WELCOME You'll Really Be Glad You Came REV. R. O. BARKER, Evangelist .'• Ralph I). Churchill, Singer. Mrs. €. M. 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