The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 25, 1946
Page 4
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FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS :t Announces For May Wedding , 'liUdrcd Whistle,' bride- Meet of, Gould Edwards, Jr.. has •enounced plans for the wedding, to h» MtaouUMd May 15 nt First Church here. otremony will be performed •(•KICK Noon with the Rev. s. 13. Wflje»d,_p«*tor of First Methodist Ctifiteh, .officiating. : .Mrs. Pmur Seillcmire will be her . stater's • .matron of honor. Tapers •ill- te"W«*<l by Annette Whistle. Mother, sister of the bride-elect, tod Sue Crafton, a cousin at Mr. tdwmrds: ,';]{^':.G,-: Edwards will serve his Wn u best man. Ushers arc to kt Miiwny Parks and Hosco crfll- ton Jr. , -'1$ program of liuptinl music will be.'I»««ented by L. T. Moore, organist, and Noble otll vocalist, ~,l)Ii$s Whistle, daughter of Mr. *|id' ; ".Mrs, Clement, Hamilton Whl»U* of Elm Grove and Whls- ttanlle plantations, was graduated Jpiom Del] High School nnd Uni- verilty of Arkansas, Pnyetteville, iftym she received numerous honors'.;' .-. • !TJM bridegroom-elect, discharged Naval • of ficer, was-graduated from LJtt^ r -Hock ;High School and at- tfhded •Russellville Technical School «pd- University of Georgia, Athens. Mrs. 'Langston Hostess To'Her Club, Guests YMrs. Cleo Langs ton's home 1 at JJiin.ber'NIhe was the setting yesterday afternoon for members of .tifi* Town and-Country Club nnd other guests when she entertained | With a bridge party. i Guests other than members were Mrs. Ann McWillinms, Mrs. W. M. iilc'Kenzle, Mrs. Daniel Lewis of New Orleans, house guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Qornelius Modingcr, nnd Mrs. JiriUgMjiUl Jr. . The Lanyston home was decorated with arrangements of Spring ijowers, including bouqiicLs of pco- nlti and roses from Mrs. Fred Rutherford's garden. '.-The hostess presented gifts to her sjst*r, Mrs. McWilliams. who wilt leave soon to return to her home in ling Beach, Cnllf., nfter having spent the past several months here With Mrs. Langston. and Mrs. Lewis. I £ '.When bridge was played, hUsii i I score prize went to Mrs. McKeiwie* and second to Mrs. R. C. Rose. r Refrjeslirnents were served. Mrs. Sara Cnllenclen To Be Married In May Announcement Ims IJIPII ninclc of the i-ni'.iipctiirm and approach!!):? m:uTi:i<:e or Mrs. \~M-\\ l'.\ri:<-r Ci-il- tendi-n of ISlyilir 1 . illf, (inii^hter o; Mr. :ni<l yrs. T. W. Murshnl lot Chiy, Ky.. in F.j'ii'ji-li-h WaMiliiij- lon V.'anier nl Million, Ohio. The v.v<!:!in:; will l)i> sotcmnii'.'.'d the l:i-,( week uf Mny tji Clay. Mrs. CriM OH!, 'n lists liecn i-mploy- ed here tin; iiasl UIITC years a:> teelmieian «ii Smaller Clinic. Cr:ultunt'r.i [I'nrn hU:h M-lionl in Clay, .'-lit- M ti-ndi.'ci business (;(>!- lrp,£- iji Mi nip! i is, \vlif.-ie ,.^!)e also attenrh'd a medical technolonv Charles J. Duncan Weds Osceola Girl -rootn-f-lrc* was j;rad- hiK'n M-houl ii\ Miuiun , Cullw, loraleil near I ollicer in lin 1 navy, '5 he briclcL tinted Irom nntl Nunillr Minion. An he recent !',• live duty. Kf'veni! parties and ^hm'.'or.s havn bc-Lii t-iveii for Hie bridv-in-be. Anirrii!: Ihe.s;. was M Mlpper pnr- ty iMonclisy nii;lit at tnr home of Mr. iiim Mrs. Donald Itav. Thi' liviu 1 .; room -.i;;is doeoratcd with a lilunnmni ]i\'ill':invi'a and :irr;tn^e:neri1 of iriies and peonies in pastel .shades, In the diniiiu' rnum \vere Spring flowers in vivid slK'.de.s. The Ihrec- n.ur.'e siir.per was served from a taWe draped v.-ilh a ai:sdc ilia cloth. Tlie ^uest of honor was preM-nl- ed a l;ift of eryslal ill her pattern. I included in the aff;iir:; last week I wns a dinner (;iven hv Mrs. Miir- |vin Crlttenden. a |)inly by Miss Clara Rul>!e and <lnnier at the linmc of Mr. anil Mrs. U. W. Mulling. La Niieve Club Guests Of Miss Mr.vy Robinson i Mirs Ma]\v Adall Hohinsnn was hostess TiiL-:;day niniil lo incm- bers of I .a Nnev,> rhil) and three Qlhev i:ne:;:-. Mrs. Kiruell llaynes Furr. Mrs. Dale Shaffer Hri^i'sand Mrs. (.'i-L-il f'.i-ansnn. Hoses deenrated ciUerlninlm: roojns of (hi- Kfibinsnn lionie. r-ui ini- (-\-enin-; brid In a ceremony Saturday nlehl ill the hrihic () | the Hev! P. II. .b-rnlg:iii i;t New Liberty, Miss Hetty I'arnell of Oseeolu. daiiiih- !<-i of Mrs. Virginia J'.unell, be- c.nne I lie bride of chinles J. Duncan, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. nunenn. •f1ii> Rev. J. L. Jemlnan, pastor of New Liberty Hnptlst Church, officiated. Mrs. Conway Duncan wn.s the Wiile.':; mutron of honor niul Conway Uunc.nn his tjruthcr'.s best man. The bride was graduated from Mi-Conniok Mi u li School nnd now is allendliiK Arkansas State Colleye. Jonesboro. Mr. Diint'iiii ntteiuled Burdetle lii^'l] .School jiinl recently was disehaiKi'd from tlic Army sifter Ihree years service. Several months went In the A.siatle-l'aeilic Thc- -ater. * * * Miss Pur lie To Review Book At Woman's Club "The Hiver Rond," by Francis Parkinson Keycs. will be reviewed by Miss Delia Pnrtlc tomorrow afternoon for the Womans Clul) meet in); at the chin house. As. another part of the program. Mrs. i(. c. Allen will play two violin solos. "Adnijlo Patlie'ti<iue" liy Uenjamin Ciodard, nnd "Clalr de Lime" by Claud Debussy. She will |v. accompanied by Mrs John Caudlll. 'lo beat 2,:iD o'clock, the public Is Invited, it was announced by Mrs. Charles Hay Ncweomb, president. Mr., Mrs. Rose Observe 50lli Wedding Anniversary .ilrii- The plnle. to Mr.';. HI-IKKS and in the lo Mrs. Oolemiin slevons. l hi^h was av;ard''d Miss ia \Vis.> seived a santlwich Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. IJose observed their Both wedding anniversary today at the home of their son. Ralph Rose and family with whom they reside. Feature of their anniversary was Annies. n dinner at noon at the Rose apart- 1'ticsts nicnt at which Immediate family members and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ruse, who arc In 1 very gcuid health, came here four P. E. 0. Meet Meld At W. C. Gates Home Mrs. \V. O. CMrs was hostess ye.s- j Fur the program, n.-povts were I milde nn (ho P. (•). O Ktat;' Cunvell- | tion at Holers. Ai'V... by nltenditij; repiesentatives. Mrs. M. O. Usic-y. Mrs. 1-'. 1:. Lanensliiie and Mrs. 13. A. Lynch. Sprimr Mowers in pastel shades decorated the Gates home. T>t)0 West Walnut, for the occasion. A dessert course was served. Eat KELLOGG'S ALL-BUAN^ for Lcixtiiiff HolioC Mrs. Smart Hostess To Her Club, Guests ;}Mrs. Murray • Smart wns hostess Tuesday afternoon with a bridge party for members of Tuesday Bndffe Club nnd one other ynest. Mifs. Alvin Huffmnn. ; Peonies and roses in attractive arrangements "formed n setting for the group. ». ^During afternoon bridge games, high- »yK -ftize went to Mrs. Max S.' .RrW-'aril second high to Mrs. Jesse x Taj; lor ' •:TJ»f hostess.-served a drsscri. course. " MrsTl). C. Pafford Liitiate^l Into OES •• Mrs. D. C. Pafford was initiated into the Order of the Easter Slav at-.the meeting Tuesday night ii the hall. •f.Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs. J, J. Cookston. .'Arrarigemerits of spring flowers |OQ^sd<a settirig 'for the group! ! of. eonstipation, caused by lack of. i I of sandwiches nnd 'Kullicient bulk in tlio diet, lollow : ' this pleasant ^vay lo lusting i .lust eat n servinsj of crisp, ' licious KKU.OCKi'S ALL-liHAN every <Say anil think plenty of water! Do this regularly—and if your trouble is due to Inek ot" bulk •—you may never have to take, nil- other laxative the of your life! ALL-liKAN r is not a purgative— not n medicine. It's a wholesome.- natural laxative tVmd, and— _ { KELLOGO'S All-ERAN is Richer in ' . ^> Nutrition than whole whctit , ' Because it's made from the vital o?i/<v layers of iviirat, in \vhich -\vhole-\vhcat. pioU-c'livc food elements niv. nwrc;; trulrtl. One ounce of ALL-BilAX proviilcs more than \''.\ your daily iron need—to help . make srood, red blood. Calcium am! phosphorus—ti Udci build bones : ami teeth. Vitamins — to help guard njrninFl ilcfu-icncies. I'rolein -—to help builii l)(iity tissue essential for growlh. Ka'i, AI.L-r.KAX- ! rrrn, day! JIa<!,- Ky K el loss's ol" [ Battle Cieol; and Omaha. . ; mnnlh.'i iii-o from Musko|;cc. Okla., their home for 35 ycnrs. They were married in Van Wert Ohio, when Mrs. Hose was 20 and her bridegroom, 25. Siie is the for- Landys' Beauty Shop • 200.'! W. Main St. Phone 3990 7,i!nt!ys Howlelt Harsh laxatives e;ot y,ou feclinpr j down 1 .' If yours is the common typo a.tcTerage were served. . * ! ! Insurance \ i of every kind i Phone 3545 IW.J. Pollard Agency Glencoe Hotel You'll Enjoy Attending THE YOUTH All This V^oe/f ot THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth and Walnut. Hlylhevillc ? erv ' cos 7^5 A ^i —7--,-, .\ TJ] ,. Not Into Tcmp'trition." Prayer Groups and Junior Clinii' Kvening Service PREACHING SINClxc With a Purpose Thai Inspiu-s WELCOME You'll Really Be Glad You Came O. BARKER, Evangelist er Miss Iionorn Zlnk of Wapako- •'i, Ohio, and Mr, Hose's home In Plnlcy, Ohio. They are parents of seven chl|- •en, six of whom nre now living id seven grandchildren. Their sons nre llnlph Rose of lythevllle, U. Kugenc Hose of Eu- '-c. N. M., and Carl M. Rose of lannli, Wise.; and dnunhters are •s. J. H. Templclon of Okla., •s. J. K. Wilkinson of MuskOKee d Mrs. L. E. Nllsson of Odessa XUK. Mrs. Wilkinson was the only out-town family member present for 10 occasion. * • " Bits'df L Mostly Personal THURSDAY,-APRIL 25, 1946, Jack Flnley. Robinson spent ycs- •rday In Memphis v.'here he at- 'mled the meeting of the Mlssis- iipl River Commission as guest of laj. Gen. R. W. Crawford, president f the commission and who comluct- 1 the hcnrlng. Mr. Robinson, when ationed with the Army. Air Forces England, knew General Crawford id attended the hearing at his. In- tutlon. He also was guest . for meh on the boat "Mississippi" icked at Memphis while being used »• the annual inspection tour each n-lng. Miss Sara Warrlnglon Is now at er home ut Ash and Division after iving undergone a tonsilectomy nesdiiy at Walls Hospital. W. w. Watson will return home (might from Memphis, where he Kiel-went, a sinus operation at the Baptist Hospital.. His condition Is Fiitisfuctory. Mrs. Leonard R. Phillips ha< gone to SI Louis after spending wveral days here as guest of her mother, Mrs. A. J. Plplln, at in Ea*t A»h street. Mrs. Phillip* will be joined by her husband in St. Louis, where tbey plan to make their home. They have resided at Avant. OkU., since Ibcir wedding a few months ago. She is the former Miss Dor la Pipkin, Mrs. Clair Miller returned home yesterday after spending a week with her .father. R. H. B«rry, in Guixlon. Ark. Mi-. Berry, well- known In Blythevilte, has been seriously 111 but his condition is Im- piovc'd. Mrs. Miller was accompanied lioinc from Memphis by Mr. Miller and their son, "Buddy." . Charles McDerniott, storekeeper third class, lias received u discharge alter 35 mouths service, of which 23 months were In the Pacific Theater. He has arrived home to be with his parents,. Mr. and Mrs. I. U..Mc- Ktomott. from Memphis, where he was discharged at the Separation Center. Ixmis Lynch returned to Fayetteville, where he is a student at University, or Arkansas, Tuesday, after spending the Easter holidays here with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. He was , accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mrs. Lynch and Mrs. Patty Shane Wright. Mrs. John "A;. Love'and Infant son, Abu, of Washington, Pa., have arrived here for an extended visit wltt: her mother. Mrs. G. W. Smith and family. She came especially to be with her brother, Charles Smith, who lias'Just, returned home after Hi mont|is service' in the European Theater. He Is, a veteran of 33 nipnths duty in. the Army. Dr. Fxlna Mies has gone to Chi- CIIKU, where she plans to spend two weeks. Mrs. Bess • pfactor, long a resi- dent of Blythevllle and now or Little Rock, Is quit* 111 at the Baptist Hospital there. Undergoing treatment, she is expected to have an o]wralion soon. Her daughter, Mrs. John Sanders of near Baltimore, Md., lu.s arrived U) b« with her and her daughter, Miss Robert Ann proctor. Dora Bernice Wyllc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. w. Wyllc who has been quite ill of measles and threatened pneumonia, is improving but will have to remain in b«d five more days, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Akin are undergoing routine treatment at Walls Hospital. I.OUKNE'S BEAUTY SHOP 1215 W. Main Street PHONE 2843 Lorene Hamilton Qeorgln Hudson We Specialize in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Seed and Plants Wholesale or Retail Blytheville Curb Market 130 E. Main Phone 973- Meeting Time Changed , Time of Evangelistic services being held at Lake Street Methodist Church ha'; been changed from 3 o'clock to 7:30 o'clock, the Rev. Bates sturdy, pastor, said today. The first 7:30 service Is lo be to- night. ' ' \':\ Tile meeting is being held by the Rev. j, J, Ijecker of Manila'.; The public Is invited, it. was, uni^punced. . "''• I THE BEAUTY CLINIC Marrartt Oeen Smith, Ovner BU(. Phone J274 FEIN BERGS FASHION SHOP Phone 2221 315 West Main St. ; LIGHTWEIGHT..; ' j ;WEATHERPROO.F.'.".Vc. ' ; ALL TH IS... AN D NYLON, TOOJ , cooled \VIJI\ R \l\ClhTS Erery Dty Tir.i Office Opens 1:4* Show Smarts LISTEN TO KLCN Thnrsdny anrt Friday i'aranionnt Ncirs nntl Selected Shor Cmitiinmus Stiowins Kveryilay M.itlnef* Sat ,t Son. Only Box orflcr Openi 6:S«; Show 6:45 T. M. Each t)p«n» Sunday 1:9»; SUrta 1:15 Cunllnunax Shews S»t. awl Bra. Bargain Mflit Eyrrj Miht Thursday and Friday DOU15I.K FEATURE , SINATRA-MURPHY <MEHJOU 'DtHAVEH-SLEZAK'PAUCTTE & Portrait of Maria with Dolores I>tl Rio , Plastic cooled Nylon, the fabric that looks we!), wears well...lucky you to own o raincoat fashioned of Nylon. Shrugs water off its well-cyf, pleated shoulders easily, slips smoothly over your best suits and coots and, besl of all...folds to purse size, tucks away^ compocily, luscious gold,'green, blue, melon; whit» ; siz«s JO »o 18. OriRiniil Price I,ess Xi $12.98 $ 4.33 Our entire stock of Ladies Spring Coats, Shortie Coats, Ladies Suit* and 3-Piecc Suits Go On Sale FRIDAY With 33 1-3% Reductions Nothing Reserved Everything in Our Entire Stock Must Go! A tip from our buyers who have just 'returned from New York markets: From all indications merchandise for Fall will be scarcer and higher, and NOW is the opportune time to purchase a coat and suit for all year round wear. The listing below shows the original prices. The savings and the sale prices! ALL ALTERATIONS FREE! Kale Price $ 8.65 4

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