The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 15, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 104? Bqcker-Bkisinger Riles Solemnized in Capital ; Mrs. Ruth Dabb Belsinger of Elvtheville became the bride Saturday afternoon at 5'o'clock ,of Kichard w,';Becker, also PI Blytheville, at tlie'' homo of his mother, Mrs. A. C.'B'ecker, 23U Battery St.', in Ulllc Rock., The Rev. Marlon Boggs, pastor of the First Presbylerian Chutch •In Little Rock, • officiated, 1 Vows were exchanged at an altar before the 'fireplace. Completing the setting were palms arranged with mil baskets or flowers on each side of the fireplace. Thc bride, who was given in nnr- ringe by her lather, J. F. Babb ol Piedmont, Mo. wore an Eisenberg original suit of Forstmann woolen in grey with uhitc link cuffs. Her accessories were black and she wore a purple-throated orchid corsage. Mrs! Tliad Nicol of Blythevllle/ her matron of honor, wore a suit of coffee, brown wool-crepe with accessories iii "brown and a touch ot pink; lief corsage was of pink camellias. Arthur Becker was Hie bridegroom's best man. Following Hie wedding, a reception was : field at Mrs. Becker's home, spring flowers were arranged inrougliout entertaining rooms. -The hostess' wore a suit with a corsage of roses. Th c bride's mother, Mrs. Babb, wore a, srcy suit aiid a rose corsage. , Guests included Mr. Nlcol, Bernard ;'Allen,-'Miss Mable'McKay ami Don Kalbacher, all of Blythe- villc; ; John Becker ot San Francisco ," an'd I Corp. . James . Becker, stolicaial.. wifi'i trip. Krniy' in ,Hot i.pnii{;s, Mrs. \y, W. Fuess of Stuttgart ami Mr. .and Mrs. R. C.'Warren of Pine Bjut'f. . Following .''a- brief wedding Irip. Mr. and . Mrs. Becker will . make their Iioirie ; !ii''Blythcville. • • • , - Wesley^n Guild Meets . . With' Mrs. Henderson Mrs: v^nce Henderson was hostess 'thut^clay night "at 'her home to mombers of the Wcslpyan Service Gutld'-and^ five guests, Mrs. p. H. . Ar'ncy.- iirs. Frances Oammlll, Mrs. Fred 'Steadman, Mls s OletlH Larkiri and Miss Mamie Adams., Miss . Cora . L?e Colenian gave the devotional before Mrs.' James C, Gijard [jaye.the study on Clii- i«i, stressing" the' seven stages of Methodistism in China. Mrs, Henderson, assisted by her mother, Mrs..W. A. Edwards, served rcf rcsbirfenbs. '• • • < GirJ'.Scouts,Entertain Wed in Little Rock Bits of News nussell Hiatcs lias gone to Hot SliilnuH for three weeks. Mi. Itinles has been undergoing hospital Iri'aiuii'nl fur nil anisic In.iury. Pfc. Pultun Ellis if; here on terminal leave witli his jiarcnlj, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ellis." He hus In-eii stationed In San Luis Obli.jw, Cami> Morrobay, Calif. Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise ha.s rclurn- ed from Tuscnloosa, Ala,, where she was the yuest of her son, Lloyd Wise, Sallie Holt Mathis Will Be Wed in June Of Interest here Is announcement of the engagement or Miss Sallie Holt MathLs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1, N. Mathis of Lambert. Miss., formerly of lilytheville, to Hnkrj stone, son of Mrs. J. D. Rinntt of Lambert, The iveddlng will |>c solemnize^ tile early part of June. Miss Mathis was graduated from Blylheville nigh School and attended Jiidson College at Marlon, Ala., and the University ol Mis- slsslpi at Oxford ami was graduated from the University of Alabama at Tusculoosn. She is n member of Chi Omega sorority. Mr. Stone was graduated from Lambert High School mid f^issis- EilH''! Slate College al Sturxvlllc. He served in Europe with the Army during the war, and was discharged with (he rank of lieutenant colonel. Upon Ills return from the armed forces, he entered Hie University of Mississippi School of I.-aw, whcro he received the Bachelor of I^aws degree, up Is now practicing In Lambert. Miss Barham Presented tn Senior Organ Recital Mis;; Shirley ifjn.-lnim of BlyCis-j In was pi-cEcnlcd. last Tinnsdiy a senior oroan.reeitnl bj iha Jameson Conservatory of Music, William Woods 'golleije, Fulton, Mo. Miss Barham,'although a m^or hi the field of p.iycliolosv, has rjtrn outstanding in her v, r ork in the music department-and her study of the njj;c organ, she i; pr;>^- Idiiiil of the Youna Woman's Christian AsscckiHon, a mem':er of Phi Thettt.Ksppn. national honorary scholastic- fralernttv for junior colleges,' aiid Is a member of the Arkansas, Club. She chose sw her i-ooitnl ntimi'or.? "•Mountain-- SketoheJi Series" *>y Clokcy, "nrerims" b-,- McA-nis. nnd "Totcala" from ''G=et!ii<:ii- Suit-" by Boellir.un. . ; , TJiosc ]>:escnt Included Mr. 'and Mrs. Gcnrsc Bfj-linm. her grand- P.irej)!,<;. Mrs. \V. D. Ccb'o, Mrs. K. It. Hale and Mrs. C. A. Tanl a'l of Ulytlinvillc. Mrs. Taut is n 'former student at William Woods. Monthly Class Social To Be at S/i/ppen Home OSCEOLA, Ark.. April 15.—Members of the Yeamaii Class of First Methodist Church will \x guests t .Thursday night at the homo uf | Mrs. !'••. s. .Slilnpen for their montli- ly social. Mrs. Shlppcn, Mrs. A. S. Rogers and Mrs. John W. Kdring- ton will |>e hostesses. , and family, and ... friends and relatives.. She was ac- ! coiiiiKiiiled home by Mr. Wise and ' Pmf'Vam Meeting Hc4d their daughter. Miss Patriot Wise, i ,\ iV , , ,1; wl)o .spent the weekend I:, Tusca- j '>)' IVlctljOtllSt WomCll ICKKill. Mrs. Kitty I^aneaster of New- Members of Woman's Socic'/.v <;f born, Tenn., has returned t o her Christian service of UK' First, liotnc after a weekend vi.iit with her daughter, Mrs. Eunice Young. Mrs. H. C Lime of Weir, Miss., and Mrs. Kmmclt Allen i,l Tyron/a, ure spendlnj; a rcw duys as tmesis of friends and relatives. Miss JnaniUi Creasy has returned to her home in Little Hock after a short visit, with lu-r sister, Mrs. Carl Marshall, nn:l Mr. Marj shall. Mr. mid Mrs. D. A. Haw/el) of Altar Society Plans Bingo, Social, Bazaar Plnns for n social April 24. n bingo In May and the uiinnai Full bazaar were made at ;i .;ief(ii,,- of the Altar Society of the Church of the Immacnlalo Conception yesterday afternoon in the church rectory. The social luncheon will be liokl at the. home of Mrs. Lloyd wise 1C33 West Chicfcasuwba, nml llui bingo will bn held May ',' The Rev. B. Francis MoDevai pwstor of the church of tiic im- roaculale Conception, led (ii c lu meuiLers present in onenin.. aiu'l (.'losiiiK prayers. RefyfEhmcnts were sprrod b> Parkin were weekend guests oi and Mrs. E. K. Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Ralph mid son, liarvey. and Mrs. Mattii Uynuin were guests for n. brief time the past weekend of Mr. nnd Presbylerian Women Have Circle Meetings What Do T j gram topic at afternoon and SIT" last was the riro- ing.s yesterday night oi four Mrs. Walter Alexander home in Holland. Mo. at their Condition of Mrs. Charles Weed- Methodist church held IhcU- rri;- ular program mcetmtf yesterday al the church when Mrs. John Foster served us chairman. She w»;i assisted hy Mrs. Gus Kbc,'dl am! Mrs. H. A. Lynch. Subject of tlie aflenioon 1 '; d!s- eiission was "f;)Kna" a sueeir.l feature; of the meeting was a vo cal solo by Miss Mary Ann Park;,. The devotional was presentee! by Mrs. o. N. Hawkins and the mer sudent at William Woods. BlytheviHa Man Attends Wcddlnq Wh^rc Truman's Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. G. G. Caudlll entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY ; Jolly night Club meeting wltli Mrs..Don Haley. I-adii's Hiblo Class of First Melhodist Chui'ch meeting with Mrs. w. A. SUckmon. Mrs. A. C. Haley' will |je co-hostess. FKIDAY • Clinpter N, j>. B. o. -Sisterhood, meeting »t the home of Mrs. C. M. I Smart with Mrs. Smart and Mrs. '•lo.Vd Stickmon as hostess. man, who has been ill in Baptist' C ;ils Kberdt. Hospital in Memphis, i s much improved and .she was removed to' her home here closing prayc'r Ijy Mrs. Delia I^ine. •Hostesses foi- the afternoo'i were Mrs. John Foster. Mrs. Marcus Evrai-d, Mrs. Maud E. Mellon, Mrs. I!. A. Lynch, Mrs. W. T. Obersl, Mrs. Sally H'.ibler, Mrs.) J. a. Sudbnry, Mrs. V. M. Easter,' Mrs. a. f.. Hnbbaid, ^rx.^. Harvey! Morris. Lloyri Whiltakei 1 nml Mr.-;. Mr. Miir,- and Mr. Unuilnn rs- turned hero }-PSl.o.'(Ja y. 'din ijriii^- '••' f n ''•".•int-rly .111: dj -ji! :i home in G/eetv.-il'.c. ' '• ' rIARD-TO-GET ITEMS Slcel Scissors Postal Scales—r^ock tinves Small Filing: ('aliini-i:-< Sliced O'l'rinl l)uplir. t t«r.s fStatiftiiRry Norcross CSrreling Cards SAMUEL F. MORRIS frJiHIus—Orflco Buiiiilloa "122 North HcconU Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP I 105 S. and. Phone 230b' today. She was circles of Ihe Woman's Auxiliary j nircomjxinlcd by her son, Harry of First Presbylerian Church and Weed man. anil "her daughter, Mr.!. K. La.SJiot, ,who lias been witli "Think" wa s the program theme fur the business Women's Cfrcle. The j>roi;rjmj Ihrmes were in conjunction with yearly studies. "The Kingdom conic—<nci;liiiiliie in Me". 11. her. H. V. Mnrkcnv of Brooklyn, N. Y.. is (he housegucst this week of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Bittner. and "Tliy Will be Done." Mi'.s. Uyss Slevens was hostess to 13 members of Circle One. Mrs. j Monthly SupOCl' DanCC Hcrmon Carlton presented Ihc wo-1 , . . . . ' '.},. " , «rnni and Mrs. C. M. Gray, Alls'-'Held DV LotllllOn ClUD Ilinry president, was a giicsl. Cinrle T\vo, with 12 members pre-j Mr. and Mrs. Clinrle^ G. Bill- sent, met with Mrs. Rodney I..! ner. Mr. and Mrs. William Young Y Group Will Sponsor Candy Sale Tomorrow The Swoonsters Tri-tli-Y will sponsor a candy sale tomorrow at Junior Hifdi School, it was announced today by Lydia Crilten- r!en, presidc'nt of tin- organisation. The sale will be held during the noon hour. The swoonslers were recently organized and as one of their fint projects, assisted in . the Easier Lily sale. •Made up of seventh grade students, other officers are Patricia riairY-' Fly-\ir:s}' 'iLUtla Kalherinc \Vcstbrook w^s last night to members of young' Woman's Atixlllury of *1r.^ Baptist Church at the home of _ her mother, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, 1101 West Hcarn SI. Attending the meeting were 13 members n nd two visitors, Miss Evflyn Simpson and Miss Billie '.'a tie Rod Girt Scout ? ed all Blylheville 'SroSnie" Saturday afleriiopn .ai the '^utiia j lo , House-" with a -:Jiamfiurger supper to get acquainted- with girls wli'o will If™ sister sebiils next year. Diirjnff the efterriooii, the -girls concluded contests '.and played games. •..,- '. Supper wa s served in , the Little House. ' .- • '.'• Mrs. C. A. Hindman is leader i "' e R °dgers. Miss Aclnlinc Lcc of the troop. gnv p tl)c devotional and tlie pro- (?rnm was presented by Miss Mn- rion Maycs, Miss cliffie Ovormnn and Miss Mnslnc Overnuni. The Drogram wns on foreign missions. Miss Weslbrook was assisted in serving refreshments by her mother. * * * S/jownco Schoof to Give Play at W/iitton Schoof The senior class of. Shawnee High .School will present n play "Where There's n Will" Friday night at Whilton School. Leading rolls will bn played l>y Ruby Robertson, James Siilr'cr anil Mary Evelyn. / WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Phone Z*87 SERVICE PROJECTION FOR YOUR home' of Mrs: J. C. -\Valsh with guests. nine members attending. Mrs. J. From mil of town were Mr. and E. Cnrtor ted .the program. Mrs. Guy Trisler oi Corpus Christi, .Mrs. R, B. Thoinns- was hostess Texas, guests of her parents, Mr. to the Business Women's group. In ;uu l Mrs. H. F. Kirshner Mr and addition lo the 13 members pre- Mrs. Dixie \r. Crawford of Jones- pent, vf-re t.wn visitors. Mrs. I.. S. boro, Mrs. Stanley Barton of Sikes- Harlz-jr; nnd Mrs. Lavcll Mnvs. Miss i ion. Mo., jjiicsl of her parents Mr Mnrv Outlaw g.ive tlie devotional .---_.. and Mrs. HnrlTog, the program. j iTofreshmenis were served during sorial hours at cacli meetini;. Coffee Party Honors Atlanta, Ga., Guest ' OSCEObA, Art:.. April 15.—Mrs. .1. Ty.iwriiiice .McCord of Atlanta, r.a.. hoiiseguest of Mrs. Myron T. Nailiin^, was honored Eaturday meriting at 1030 o'clock with a coffee party at the home of Mrs. J. Lovevvell when Mrs. Lovowcll, Mrs. iR. j\r Fletcher and Mrs. C. K. Dean were hostesses. Present for the affair were 30 Biicsls. nnd Mrs. O. W. MrCutchcn, !f. V. Markow of Now York Cily • and D:in Bell of Memphis. ' 'Also guests were Mr. and Mrs 1 . Wallace Hokc. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oldham. Mr. and Mrs. Elan S. Hcalh, Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards. Miss Frances McHaney, escorted by -Mr. Markow, and Miss Frances Little, escorted by Mr. Bell, and J. T. Sudbnry. Music Students to Give Piano Recital Tonight Mrs. J. C. Lowe will present her music pupils in a recital t-jmi;ht. 7:45 o'clock, at the Woman's Club At The Hospitals ItLYTIIEVlM.E HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. j. w. Boswell. cily. Carol McDcrmoU, city. T<mis Childress. Manila. Mrs. Amos Randolph. Hayti, Mr. Mrs. Billii- nay, Huffman. . Howard Williams, eily. .Dismissed: .r. C. Droke Jr., cily. Mrs. Max Ray. cily. Mrs, John I-xnig, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Disinissed: Mrs. C. C. Darton, Dell. W. G. Middleton, cily. I.eon Rigf-s. Route 2. city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Dismissed: C. L. King, Manila. y niofk, dompixtt, '.**"'*'•** '.«« or (h»ft. •C.rlifi.^- Hmp«rotur« S nd Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phon. 418 A feature of tlie recital, in which 18 students will be presented, will be a clarinet solo hy Jimmy l.nwe. Want to Keep Healthy? . - ,..,,.. ln.rl.i~li l!..tli< i,,l... i, ,„„,,„ i,.., ,. ..... .-Hill- ~VNlr,,l. ,.,.!:,.,.,. : , r1 |,ri1i,. ,„„,,.„. :';• n'-l"'- !i"il |.:iln» nii.l iiiiil,. )•<„, iik.; ii. >v ir.::,iu. I),,,,', .l,.|.., Vi ..,,11 ,,„ f" r «M"."i ..... 'Ill r..,»-. You'll 1,,. ti-r-1- 1.11; I...M,.i- in .I,,.,! ,, r ,K. r „, Vl . ry Miinll ,. M ,,'i, M ' Artie's Beauty Shop 111!! N'l.rlh S,'i-r,n<l Slrci'l 1'lunn. :i:j«; JNUMBiflCD POINTS FOff SALS A'f Don Edwards "The Typewriter M;m" f 28 CoiUiiuioiis Years 318 Norlh Setoiul Plione :i:582 We'Have Jhem All. .. For Him! GREATER SSLEO50HS In The Finest & FOR MEN KINT,:! Ymir iitouc for any moril):. TllNGK, rfi i selection. 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Second THE TOT SHOP LitHc Boys' Shirts l-itlle Roys shirts of hardy poplin, while and tan colors and ,sia>s 3 to 7. Thrsi' m-e really nice shirts for Ullle boys and will .live lots anil lots of good service. Each $2.00 Playsuits „ lace trimmed playsutls bv TAf.KfD-TAI.K in Pink, yellow and blue. Made or durable broad - floth in .siws I to 3. Each $2.95 Phone 2308 HYGIENIC PRODUCTIONS presents "WHO'S THAT FELLOW,.. DANCING Wmi-MY filRiri ALIEN couldn't believe his own eyes. Joon had olv/a^ been his girl-friend . .. they grew up together ... had Cokes otter school . . . attended parlies together—« ttien a handsome new-comer 'tagged' Joan at Ihe spring dance ... and all sorts of trouble followed! A. slory so human ... so Important, YOU MUST sef it!' "What's Wrong Wilh Tie Fellows In THs Toira-j Are Tiicy VM1" ;_ A New HOUYWOOD Release Wild an AIL-STAR Hollywood Cast Produced by J. S. Joisey and Kroner Bobb • Quo inol Scroen Story by Horn • Sucetviicd by Bor, 1? y Sotccly • Dirccled by Wm. Beoudint - ..3,nal Musicol Score b, Ediie Kgy . Medical AND HIGH SCHOOL GiRLS Warning! Thii Picture Includes Powerful Wediccil Se- quonccsl NOT recommended for the weak- headcdl SEE FOR YOURSELF! Every growing Boy and Girl . . . Every Man nnd Woman . . . Has Ihe rifjhl to know Ihe full truth about hyglnne problems. Hsrc, they are all presented — in a clean, morot. understandable way. KtfRSES IM ATTCXMHCE AT All PERFOBMAKCES 2 , and P.M. MEN ONLY Tuesday and Wednesday ROXY 50c to All

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