The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 21, 1946
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PAGE TWO BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1946 Mert» Moore Wed In Ceremony Sunday Itiat Mertis Moore, daughter of Mr. Mid Mrs, Oeorfe W. Moore, became.the bride'ot Efrsley Alford, ( son of Sam Alford and the late* Mrs." 7 Alford, in a double ring ceremony" •'.Sunday afternoon, 5 o'clock, at the home of the bride's parents, 117 Easl, dierry. The« Rev. R. Scotl Baird. pastor of First Christian Church, officiated in tlie. presence of relatives and intimate friends. The Moore home was decorated with _ Spring • flowers »nd floor baskets of gladioli formed « sell- Pauline Norman Bride Of Air Corps Veteran Mfss PAitline Norman, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Noniinn, became the bride of Elmo Fink, sou Of Melviii Fink nntt the Inte Mrs. Kink of Jefferson, Ohio, in n ceremony hist iilghl at the home of the bride's parents, 1914 West Vine. The Rev. P. H. Jirnlgnn, pastor of Cnlvnry Baptist Church, officiated. The Norman home was decor.itcct with flowers, accented with roses of varied shades. The bride wore a navy blue crepe dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink, rose buds. Her inp for the wedding party. ., ,..„,. The ,l)ride. given In marriage by • accessories were in while nncl she her father, wore a light blue cre|»e 'carried the family Blljlo. afternoon dress with a shoulder corsafi of "red rose buds. Her ac- Her , In matron of honor, Mrs. Hojicc Moore; ' wore a black . dress with a corsage of pink Vose buds, mid Ijlack accessories. •Boyce -Moore .was Mr. Alfords bcit- man. Jlminie Lee and Susan' Moore, nieces of the bride, were flower Her maid of honor, Miss Seminola Austin, wore u white crepe di'iisa with n corsage of pink nnct white rose buds and black accessories. Wallace Norman, brother of the bride, was Mr. Fink's best man. Following tho ceremony, a reception was held. The liice-clniijccl Hiblc was centered with a lliroa- ttered wedding cake topped with n Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Jeimetla Jeun Mcf'arliind of southingLoji, Conn., arrived here today to be the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith, at their home in Armorul. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. G. G. Caudlll hostess to Town and Country Bridge Club. , IIU;h School senior class guests at itlay party at Rassel) FVnr home with Mi., Mrs. Parr, Mr. and Mrs. Mnx Ij, Held and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell as hosts and hostesses, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris llost and hostess a dinner parly complimenting Miss Betty Black. Chapter 13, P. E. O. Sisterhood Rlrts. They;'wore*wlitte dresses and carried bouquets of pink and white tied"- with pink and | miniature brldnl couple. Rose petals snjpdra Boris t wlijle ribbon. Boycc Freeman Moore. ring bearer, carried tho rings 'on a wijile salin pillow. ^*a nephew of ^ Ihe bride. ; Immediately following- Ihe ceremony, a reception was held In Ihe diijlng room ,of .the Moore home. Mrs. Chester Nabeis and Miss Bra Moore presided at the re- -frtshment table, covered with a laqe clotrt^arid, 'centered with a thi-ce-Uer ;'pjnk and. white wedding cake. Miniature figures a bride ami bridegroom topped the cake. Jfr. and ..Mrs. Alford will make home In Blythcville. He has farming interests in MiS*mM'-(ind--irjs:,vst«ran of- five yeaj-s."seK'ic?,.:or"''m'htcri '44 months wejrt;-oevrseas.., Mrs. Alford was pr*6uated from Tupelo, Miss., High Ectiobl and Draughn's Business CcjUege, Memphis. Miss Knudsen Hostess Tea Yesterday Sifss Miirie! Knudsen, High Ecfiool r senior, was hostess yesterday, afternoon with a tea al the Knudsen home, 800 West Walnut. ' Avslstmg-'Xilss'KriudsSh in cnlcr- la(hing her 22 friends were her mother, Mrs. p. E. Knudsen, and Mfs. Carlene Wilson. ffoses. lilies and hydrangeas from the- gardens of Mrs. P. D. Smith were placed around the cake. Mrs. Boyd Tomlln-son and Mrs. G. C, Illpps of Greenville, Miss., presided at tho table. She was accompanied here by Mrs. I having 1 o'clock luncheon meetl-n Frank Gllsson of swath, Mo., who —"•- ••-- '• " ™ • — •was en route to Memphis Ui attend thc opera, "Mndnme UuttcrJIy." Mrs. Einllh has just returned home nflcr attending the Southern B'.ip- tist Convention In Miami, Flu., and visiting Mr. and Mrs, D. K. Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Combs in Stuart, Flu. Mr.s. C. T. Wood of Tallulah, La., formerly of Bly'thevllle, Is litre as guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. shanks, and friends. She was accompanied by Mr. Wood and their daughter, Nancy Carroll, who have returned to Tallulah. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Shanks also hav<.' ft.s Ihcli 1 guests two other daughters. Mrs. Eleanor Drlsklll of Miami. Fin., and Mfs. Anna Lee LcGrand 01' St. Louis. with Mrs. C. s. Stevens at Grlder. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY Miss Betty Woodson, president or Ululi School Girls Beta Clul; hostess to play party for members ul IhaL group at home of her parents. Mr. aud Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Mrs. C. W. Ramey hostess will luncheon complimenting her niece Miss Virginia Swearengen, at her home. At The Hospitals Hlythevillc Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Mod Cocliran, cily. Jce Ksplnoza, city. Mrs. Winifred Led be tier, city. Mrs. Virgil Boy<l. Dismissed: Mr.s. Charles Staggs and baby city. Dorothy On 1 . Luxora. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. II. II. Townseml, Manila. Dismissed: H. H. Akin. 1H. 1. city. Zeiu Harris Holland. Mo. Alvin (JaillKT. Hnyll, Mo. Jtmmir Allen, city. Mrs. Cli'" Tucker, Cooler. Mo. Barbara Ann German, sicclt 1 , Mo. .Mrs. Viifiic Shracder. steelc, Mo. Memphis llaplist Hospital AdrliltU-d: Mr.'. George Gilmes, Osecola. Mimiphi.s St. Joseph Hospital Admitted! Mrs. K. Thumian, Carutlicrsvllle. Mo. State Revenue Officers Investigate Bargain Rate LITTLE ROCK. May 21. (UP) — Representatives of the Arkansas Slule Kevemic Department loft for Balon Honge, .La., today to check Mrs. ci. O. Poet?, liostess to Cluh Arkansas automobile owners wh') Eight, « —— Mis. J. O. Huey entertain-s friendly Rook Club. Mrs. II. c. Blankenship hostess to GNU CIiilj. Mr.s. c. P. Tucker entertains Oc- Mr. Fink Is a veteran of World War II, having served in the Air Corps. He was stationed at niylhe- vllle Army Air Pick! for some time. In addition to Mrs. Hlpps, out- of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Taylor anil Bobby Ray. also of Greenville. • • • Seniors Entertained With Dinner Party nntt Mrs. Jesse Seeman decor.uled thriving room. Jtenapes, cakes, fruit punch arxl candies were served. JJivors were presented each guest r* • • • rj .-,- ** . • ..>^...,.,,., Cjju.b Is .Entertained Big MJ'SS" Higginsbn jpiss Dofo'th'y ' Jean Higginsoi wife hostess last ulglH to membcis of ^3EO Club and 6ne other gues: M^'s June Gosnell." jhe Hlgginsdn homer, 1303 West ClKcknsa'K'ba, was decorated with vaircs of roses. Wheii bridge was played, first prize went lo JVIiss Veta Goodrich brldgcf'to Miss Alexa Williams. and Mrs, Neill need. En route home, she attended lhc 6th District American Legion Auxiliary meeting yesterday in Little Rock. Parents of l>nn<i members who were in Memphis for the Cotton Carnival Saturday, when Blythc- ville School Band participated in th c concert ill noon and Grand Parade wore: Mr. and Mrs. Kendall 20th Century Clu\j has monthly supper dance at Tho Hut. 8:15 Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Kellv Gardner ot Kciser announce lh L > engagement ot their daughter, l^ivena Gardner, to Ralph If. Mann, son of Mr. and Mr.s, George S. Mann Sees Klan Boom Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Russell F'arr, of Hamburg, Ark. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Mrs. J. W. [ The wedding will be solemnized III one of the most clever blah Shouse, Mrs. W. L. Ilorncr, Mrs. _ June 1 at Keiser Methodist church. Miss Gardner is a member ot the 1D4G graduating class ot Reiser High School and Mr. Mann was graduated from Hamburg school social affairs of the season, IE. B. Woodson, Mrs. P. H. .loyncr, 16 seniors "went back to Ihclr curly Mrs. T. A. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. school days" last night when Mr.IlIniTy Bogan, Mrs. E. R. Lanca- - -- -- ' " shire. Mrs. Jesse M. While and and Mrs. Marion Williams enter- Uined with a dinner party at their :iome, KiOG West Mnin. Guests of lonor were Miss Betty Woodson, Chester Culdwell and Hivrry Farr. Assisltng Mr. and Mrs. Williams were Miss Julia Ann Woodsou and 3nn Caldwell, sister and brother of two of Ihe guests of honor, and Bill Williams, son of lhc host and lios- less. AH three arc juniors al Blythc- ville High School. For ' their dinner partner, guests matched pieces of paper cut-3ut girls' faces. The dinner was served bullet style from Ihe" dining room table. Covered with a haml-cro- cheted cloth, thc table was centered with u bowl of larkspur and daisies on n mirror plaque-. Each of the four small tables was centered an individual vase of larkspur and daisies. For the games and contests following the dinner, partners ware chosen by matching cul-out faces of boys. Among these contests were "coo- Hie". "penny for your thoughts" j ''love letlers" anri n stalling game 1 In lhc spelling bee. the boys lost ] and ns a result, wore green dunce cups thc remainder of Ihe evening The guests of honor were prc- senled gifts of handkerchiefs and Mrs, Marlon Williams. Others attending Included Mrs. Wilson Henry, former bund director. Miss Lillian shaver, and Band Director Karl Wadcnpftihl. Mrs. E. E. Hidings has returned " 'oni Miami Springs, Fin., where 10 spent a month as guest of cr son Alebcrt Ridings, and amily. Mr. Ridings is a pilot for astern Airlines. Mrs. .Ridings was let In Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. f ed King. - , . Mrs. J. H. Humphrey Is recovcr- ng at the home ot her daughter, Irs. c. M. Oliver, 501 Park Sired. ollowlng a severe heart attack Saturday night. The Rev. and Mrs. Malcolm Gn'f- in and son. Malcolm Jr., of Dell. iave returned from Miami, Ha., £he hostess^served a salad plate, i each guest was presented n nrize o Mtjss Neal Will Become Bride'of Henri Duhot Mr. and Mrs. j. E. Neal of I Lalcr in thc evening, the group popped corn, which was served will Iced drinks. • « • Attend Opera "Carmen" Seen Y^fbro aAhounce th« engagement Of,their .daughter, Miss Eldora Neal, I6f> Henri Buhot of Paris, France. Pijns for Ihe wedding, which will .....iH.r ,„ .,.„ ]„ ,, beT,solemnized In late Junt, will be. a<ttlltlo » K> . those, already announced later. the guests to attend th In Memphis last night at Ihe oiM-ra "Carmen," i name< were several Blylheville In a party with Mrs. Roy Wood wer e Mis. E. P. Fry and Miss Mai Hublcr. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs was ac companled by her daughter, Mrs John w. Thomas. Miss Delia Purllc. Mrs. Marvl Crittenden, Viiss Inez Tlionipson. r-eremoiiy will be the bridegroom- elect's parents. Monsieur and M«- d-Jme Desire, and his two Bisters, H^lene and Janrtte. of 38 Tui Louts Bleriot, street. Paris, France. They ( ^ plr.n to arrive here about the 10th ! . Miss Poll j. ' W |'|' s 'on' wei'c" in ano;l\e oil June. .liarlv. Monsieur Henri Duhot Is now h»re as guest of ; the bride-elect and her parents. Jiliss Neal recently was discharged freni the Women's Army Corps, after service in England/France and Hiiih school. He recently was discharged from Ihe months service. Navy after 21 wher e they attended the Southern Picture to Be Shown A moving picture on Cub Scouting will be presented tonlghl ut Hie meeting at Lake Street Metho- disl, 7:« o'clock. Parents and friends Interested n Cub Scouting are invited to attend, it was announced. at Huffman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Keener' of Memphis wcr? gnest.s yesterday of Miss Ellen Bi'yan and Moss Bryan. Jame-s t Hill Jr.. returned yesterday from Boston where he l\jis been Dr. Samuel Green, above, of Atlanta, Gil., Grand Dragon of the Kll Klux Klan. boasts (licit he is receiving stacks o! mail from persons all over n, c U S who want to form KKK cliap- lers in their home lowns. Narcotics Charges 'filed Against 7 at Fort Smith FORT SMITH, Ark., May 21. (UP) —Seven Fort Smith and Van Burcn men await Federal Grand Jury action on narcotics charges today after appearances before U. S. Commissioner Ira Oelesby here yesterday. The charges followed arrests in a raid by Federal narcotics agents , Harley E. Anderson and Laurence { Giinnison in downtown Fort Smith over the weekend. Three Fort Smith men, Leo W. Smith, Eugene Mills and Elmer Plymale, are. charged with Illegal sale of narcotics. Manlon II. Willis, Chancey Smith and Ray W. Hanson, all of Van liureii, and William Car- ' son of Fort Smith, are charged with conspiracy to violate the narcotic's law. ' All have been released on $2,300 bond. mrchascd S3 Louisiana license tags j During 1945 alone planes of the escape purchasing higher-priced ] Army's "lobe-circling Air Transport ilales in Arkansas. The names and addresses will l>e necked and violators must purchase he ISMfi tag and pay 100 per cent lenaity, Frank D. Clancy, supervisor f the department's motor vehicle .ivision said. He added that the .epartment already has discovered he names ot 90 Arkansans who sought the Louisiana tags. They are hiefly from Union. Columbia, Lap :iyette, Ashley, ChicoL and Miller counties. Command equivalent Hew of more than Ihe thousand round trips to the moon—nn estimated 498,903.695 miles. Read Courier News Want Ads. Read Courier News Want Ads. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner Intram Bldf. Phone 3274 Read Courier News Want Ad? Dial474 and We'll Pick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY HU-WA LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 21H-20 No. Second with Mrs. Hill, who underwent major hip operation there last Tuesday. Her condition is most sat- f ol . j Islnctory and she is expected '.o Baptist Convention. The Rev. Mr Oilffin is pastor of Mary's Chupel it Huffman. W. Moore left today ._. , Memphis, where he will go into t ««>'»c home in eighl weeks. luslness with his brother, O. W. Schaflcr. Mr. Moore, son ot Mrs. Marguerite Moore, recently was (Us- discharged from the Navy. Mrs. D. C. McLean left last, night I "or Sun Antonio, where her son. Major Dan McLean, is stationed. Major McLean has received over- ;ens ui'ders and will report for as- slgnmenl lo Keanw. Uiah June H. Mrs. McLean nnd son will make their home in Los Angeles with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Ahgel, during his oversells service. Major McLean also had overseas duty during lhc war. Mrs. O. I. Morrlseltc of Monticello. Ark., is sl»nding an extended visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith at their home in Armorel. Capl. nnd Mrs. D. C. Neal have arrived from Columbus. Ohio, to l>e the guests here of Mv. and Mi'.s. Roy Woods. Mrs. Sam Owens and Mrs. Jess Gtrmany. felie met the brldc'grOotn-elect In Paris, where she was stationed and where he was employed by the French Ministry of Production. J.Iiss Neal was graduated froni Helland, Mo., High School and Mon- si«ur -Diihot- attended school In P:|ris, where "he was graduated from "—^ "-Iverslly as a chemical i. Meetings Business meeting o f the Ameri- crfh Legion Auxiliary,, at The Hut. 8 "Ji'cJock. Club Meeting Is Held Mrs. R. A. Cope-land was hostess at the regular business meeting last Tuesday of Yarforo Home Demonstration Club. Tvlrs. Walter Barnes led a prayer and roll call was answered with each member Idling of Ihe improvement die had made in her home. Mrs. Copeland gave a ixwni. "One Friend Said to Another" and Mrs. George Bunch gave a report on thc last County Council meeting, held in Leachville. Mrs. Gene JUcGuire lold the group how to cull eggs In her discussion on ejig rjroducllon. Mrs. Lee Stiles presided and games were led by Mrs. Barnes and Mis. stiles. It was announced that the next Horrter spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. H. 1,. Topper of Memphis, who is spending a week here with jher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Drsckin. was the weekend piest o! lief aunt. Mrs. Ella Hay and family. meeting would be May 28 Mrs. Albcii HollinRswoi Hi. Just Received — A Carload of Fine FACTORY REBUILT PIANOS In Various Sizes and Finishes ptan« art kvrit ky some- of the best known factwfe* AH fttttff carry » full 3 years •pfcc, *i»Tt Bice bciKtin to mat<* *ni mssnabty l*r cash or Unm. Mgtwt jwir child's musical future. 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