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PAdETVO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 27, 1946 ter, ___^ SulUyan Wed Folks W Blankenship •Mm^Harrtitt Brown Sullivan an- nouaoto the muriate of her daugh- ~ * Ann* Eartene Sullivan, to Corbie Kankenship Jr. . gotenniard Jan V in Hernando, Miss., the wedding was kept secret until public announcement following Blytheville High.School commencement exercises Friday night. Bojh were members of; the graduating C.'wWtlen officiated at the ceremony, solemnized at his ho'me'in'Herriah'db. Mrs. Blankenship is the daughter of the 'late Earl Preston Sullivan of the "Navy, casually of World War II, and' Mr.' Biarikenship is lhe soil of H.-C.. Blankenship of Blytheville and Mrs. J. 1 'W. Grantham of F»r- kih,;xrk.,;;'/;;. •;..•. ...;-; The bride was a member of the Masque-and >Gavel Club at Blylhe- vllle'. High School and played in the school 'band four years. Entering Blytheville High School class. ,,,.- Tbe-Rev.'M. Mary Pafford Bride Of Richard Prichard In a ceremony yesterday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, ot Lake Street Methodist church. Miss Mary Jennings Pnfforcl became the bride of Klclinrd A. Prichnixl. Daughter of Mrs. olga Pnlford of Memphis and D. C. Par ford of niyllicvillc, the bride mndc her home here with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Pafford, 1509 Hcarn. Mr. Prlchnid is liic son or Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Prlclwrcl, Hlgli- wnv 18. The Rev. Bales Sturdy, pastor, officiated al the double ring ceremony. Forming a setting for the wedding warty, were baskets and sprays of white gladioli against ft background of l>lnk and blue hydrangeas interspersed with greenery. The soft Blow of burning candles in branched floor candelabra lighted the scene. A pragriun of music was presented by Miss Ann Dcen, pianist, who pinyod "Clair dc Lune" by De- Celebrates Birthday Dewey Eugene Penn now has a ihlnlng new bicycle, n birthday gift presented to him Friday night at a surprise birthday party given >y his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guthrle Penn, at their home mi South Division Street. The bicycle was a gift from his parents nncl grandparents. • Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor have Gathering to celebrate Dewcy's returned from Rlpley, Tenn., where from Parkin High School/ Mr. Blan- llnissy. "Till lhe End of Time," lhe keriship -was • a member of the'traditional wedding march by Lo••-•--•••• ••••< - - - hcngrin and the recessionnl from •Midsummer's Night Dream" bs Sptsech, ' iiasque' arid Gavel and Ca mer»f «hib6 ~ here. ••> - . He r *«';be associated- with his f^j^ie" Superior Exterml- iyi operating m Missouri, Mississippi, Tenriesse and Lou- isianai " : Mr. and Mrs. Blankenship will Bits Of News Personal lllh birthday were 20 of friends. They were entertained by Bob Basley and his trick horse and photographs were taken. Refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served by Mrs. Penn, assisted by Mrs. Mitchell Penn and Mrs. 'Francis Ray. Honored Wilh Dinner Mrs. Richard Prichard, the former Miss Mary Jennings Paflorcl, was honored yesterday with a dinner at Hotel Noble,, given by Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Pafford, before her wedding yesterday afternoon. Among the guests attending the family affair were Mrs. Prichard's mother, Mrs. Olga Pafford, of •Memphis; her grandmothers. Mis. 2" I Mary Pafford of Big S.indy, Tenn.; I'd. her aunt. Miss Mary Elizabeth Curd, make their home at 1407 West Ash. Two Are, Hpstessess With Party, Luncheon .Mrs. G. H. Grear and Mrs. Robert Grimes were hostesses with two social affairs last week, a luncheon Friday and an afternoon party Wednesday, both at the Grear home, 630 West Walnut. -"'• The three tables of guests at the Friday bridge luncheon had a setting of arrangements of sweet peas and hydrangeas." When bridge was played, high score went to Mrs. J. C. Ellis, second high to Mrs. W. P. McDaniel and low to Mrs. V. G. Holland. '.Five tables of guests were entertained at the party Wednesday a(- ternoon. Mrs. Jesse M. White won high score prize in bridge ganrt?s second high 'went' to Mrs. J. F Friend,iCUt-prize fo Mrs. Jim Crafton and-tow to Mrs. Ben Hall. • Included v among' the -iguests at bbth affairs-was Mrs : C. C. Wood o: Mendelssohn.' During the exchange, Jenny Curd of Memphis and Mrs. of vows lhe strains of "Berceuse" -- ' -• - -- - - - tvom. Jocelyn by Godard.werc henn ........ ....... „ _.. _ .. . Miss Helma Johnson sang "H . Mrs. Cora Stagner and granddaughter, Shirley Lowden, all of Memphis, Mrs. Nina Warmnck of Bruceton, Tenn. I Could Tell You" and "I Love Thee." Miss Deen wore a navy blue dress trimmed in red niid while with a corsage of while carnations and Miss johnsen wore n blue and white o-piecc rircss and n corsage of vhlie carnations. Candles were lighted by Miss Bet- Lois Defoor, whose dress was a TaHuIabV-1*., viorAerly' of Blythe ville, bwe rtritlng friends. ' ••_•;•• • • • Mrs. Fox Entertains Bankers' Meet Opens Tuesday In Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS, Ark., May 27. (UP)—The Arkansas Bankers As soclalion will hold its 50th annual convention litre Tuesday and Wednesday. Speakers include C. W. Bailey of Ctorksvlllc, Tenn,', vice-president of the American Bunkers Association; Karl UuiHInc. president ol the O'Sulllvnn Rubber Corp, ol Winchester, Va.; nnd M. p. Moore of Seinilobln, Miss. It. n .nickenhorsl of Morrilton ill give their Interpretation 01: Strolling in the Park." A "take-on" pantpmlnr on theater audiences, particularly during the silent movies, will be presented by members of > the senior G-Y group—Patricia Hearfl, Erna- del swearcngen, Marilyn Daugh- crty, lloland Phillips, Jlmmle Phillips, Manley F*lnberg, Baker. Brit Owens nnd Jimmy Goforlh. Muriel Knudsen will be accompanist. The production hai been directed liy Miss Alice Saliba, Y program director. is president of the state group. liey were called because of the serious Injury of her sister, Mrs. Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. W. C. Higglnson hostess to Blyllli-ville Men to Atl«i>a 1 Tuesday Bridge Club. The two Blytheville banks will I Double o Club meeting with Mis: be represented al the Arkansas Margaret Shaver, to-1 accld^r'Th^'weV'ac^ M ™' Jo '"> W. Thomas hostess aiciuent. Tney weie accompanied i momw , Wednesday nl H ot to La Nueve club. Order of the Eastern Star meet- to Ripley by Mr., and Mrs. H. W. Miss Robinson to Wed Robert Lewis Pierce An announcement of wide Interest Is the engagement of Miss Dor- wo-ptece llneii with white cut out (othy Annis Robinson, of Leachvllle, ' embroidery. Her corsage was of vhite carnations. Miss Knthryn Robertson was the bride's maid of honor. She wore » dress wilh a blue crepe skirt and white mesli waist. Her accessories were in white and pinned at her shoulder was a white carnation corsage. The bride wore a street-length to Robert Lewis Pierce of Lcach- ville, which has been mace by the bride- v elect's mother, Mrs. Amos Elmer Hoblnson of East View Acres at Leachvllle. The marriage will be solemnized June Ninth at the First Baptist iallop of Dycss. Mr. Gallop Is Mrs. L)i mnwrleht's brother. Mrs. Clyde Newman of Rlythevllle, sister-ln- Bank law of Mrs. Driimwrlght, also was called nnd will remain there several days. Mr. nnd Mrs.' McGregor were accompanied horqe by • their niece, Margie Newman. Mis. B. S. Simmons, who Is undergoing, treatment at Walls Hospital, Is Improved nnd her condition satisfactory. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Williams nnd daughter, Martha Ellen, will leave tomorrow noon foi Hendersonville, N. c., where they will attend the commencement exercises of Fassifeni school June 3, when their daughter, Miss Virginia Williams, will graduate, 'nicy will return next Monday. Condition of Mrs. El. A. Eades, who has been ill the past week at her home, 215 Lake, Is improved. Miss Knren M. Wood left today for Joncslioro, where she will be n student at Arkansas State Col- !legc. Billy Bracey underwent n tonsil- ectomy operation todny at Walls Hospital. Bobby Cullison underwent an operation today at Walls Hospital for plastic surgery on his left thumb following an accident some time ago in which he received a severe cut which left a scar. Mrs. Eva Cullison, of Memphis, is spending 10 days here with her Springs. B. A. Lynch, president of Fanners Trust Company, and Mrs. Lvnch, who have been in Hoi Springs 10 days, will be joined tomorrow by Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Porter, ,Mr. Porter is a vice president or this banx. D. c. Pnfford, assistant cashier of First National Bank, and Mrs. Pafford. left today for Hot Springs to attend the meeting. Th e Jllylhevlllc residents plan ',o return home Wednesday night. ing tomorrow night, 8 o'.clock, at the hall. ^ WEDNESDAY Miss Ann Weedman hostess to Reel Pepper Club. 2:30 to .4' o'clock.' Admitted: Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard entertains I At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Orvllle Gorman, Cooler, Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carter, Ity, a son last night. Walls Hospital Admitted: Harvey A. Lynch, Rt. 2, city. Mrs. B. S, SUnmons, city. Mrs. W. D. Blaylock, Braggadocio, Mo. Mrs. A. C. Russell. Armorel. Margaret Louise Blaylock, Rt. 2 city. L. A. Walker, Warden, Mo. Billy Bracey, city. Bobby Cullison, city. Mrs. M. H. Flowers, city. James Blaylock, Braggadocio, Mo Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sharp .Icthodlst Church, the Rev. Bates Sturdy, pastor, announced. Attending the first two-hour ses- lon were 42 students. Classes be- :ln at 8:30 am. and arc concluded at 10:30 a.m. CARD OF THANKS We want to thank again today all those taking part In the memorial services one year ago today, in memory of our son and brother-, Lieut. Edgar H. Lloyd, who lost his life iri service for our country, Nov. 10, 1944. We want to especially thank the Legionnaires and Noble Gill for the beautiful songs he sang. And thanks for the beautiful (lowers and for every effort put forth by anyone to make it a service worthy of one of the dearest lads' the world could hold, with his . Rt. 3, city, a daughter Saturday. Dismissed: Mrs. M. C. McPcters, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Alvin Webster, city. Teddy Bailey, city. Miss Iris Hughes, city. Mrs. E, E. Riggs, Braggadocio, Mo. Mrs. Mollie Manning, Steele. Mo. ' Carolyn Stalling, Rt. 2, city. I Memphis Baptist Hospital , cherished smile and heart of gold. Mr. ami Mrs. E. 13. Lloyd, father and mother, Marvin Emma Bunch, sister. Read Courier News Want Ads J. F. Doyle, Osceola. ! Memphis St. Joseph I Town and Country Bridge Club Admitted: Wednesday Bridge Club. Church • ol Leachvllle. The hour Is 4:30 o'clock In the-afternoon. Miss Robinson, well known 1" dross"of" white"silk jersey. Shirred Blytheville where she and her fnm- from the sweetheart neckline TO ily often have visited, was gradu- lh e waist. Ihe small bustle In the back at the waist also was shirred, She wore a corsage from the shoulder to Ihe waist, of white gardenias with gypsophllin. Her iiat was white straw with small'blue flowers and an elbow-length veil. Matching the sky blue veil were her slippers and she carried a white prayer book topped with white carnations Irom which satin streamers fell. J. C. Cole was Mr. Prichard's best man and ushers were Jack Owens, iBill Lane nnd James King. the ceremony, Blythc- es of ntccl from Stephens College at Columbia, Mo., nnd from Rollins College at Winter Park, Fla. She is a. member of ;Chl Omega social sor- rlty and of pi Kappa Delta, na- onal honor debate society. Daughter of the late Mr. Robln- on or Leachvllle, the family long as resided [there. Mr. Pierce U son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Christopher Pierce of Leach- Bapies and second to Mrs. Victor Mrs, Fox was awarded A .dessert course' was served. t ... Mae Gaines Hostess Sae 'Gaines' was hostess Thursday night with a bunk party honoring Peggy Gillenwater, who has moved with her parents. Mr. and Mjs. G. O. Gillenwater, to Marianna. Mae's mbther/'Mri. Billy Gaines assisted in serving the buffet supper. The six guests were intimate girls-friends of Mae and her guest of;-honor. Hayti, Sikeston and Cnpe Girardcau N'o.. BlR Sandy and Bruce ton Tenn. e bride's mother wore a Ugh suit with black accessories anc Mrs. Pricliard's dress wns of green silk mesh with 'while acccss9ries Both wore corsages of white carna lions. Mrs. D. C- Patford wore a .realise linen with white acces series and her corsage also was carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Prichard left for n wedding trip Immediately, after which they will return here to make their home. Beth the bride and bridegroom were graduated from Blythovills High School Friday night in .com' mencemcnt exercises. and daughter, Carl Cullison Jr., Bobby Cnllison and Miss Barbara .CuHlson, having come over especially to be here for their graduation Friday night from Blythevilic High School. She Is guest of her mothcr-ln-lnw, Mrs. M. C. Ciillison, with v.'honi her children make their Members To Present Gay Nineties Program The "pages of lime" will be turned buck tomorrow afternoon, 4:30 o'clock, when the Blylhevllle Y members will present their May Follies in Gay Ninety tempo. There LS no admission fee and the public Is Invited, it has been nnncunced. During the melodrama, there is suspense in when "ma and pa" (Buford Young and June Stlrcs) face tile threat of being thrown off the old homesead by the unpopular villlan, portrayed by Jlm- e Henry. The hero and heroine responsible for the happy ending arc Charles McDaniel and Barbara Julllson. Those participating include Mary Sue Bcrryman, the little girl who hit her grandma in thn face with a shovel because of lack of something better to do, and Cachita, meeting with Mrs. J. C. Ellis. THURSDAY Mrs. Bill Turner hostess*) Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Friendly Rook club meeting with Mrs. E. B. Chitwood. I Club Eight members guests of Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. R. c. Rose entertains Oc- tette Club. Entre Nous club meeting with Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons. FRIDAY CBC Club meeting with Mrs. Lendennie Fowler. Junior Fellowship of First Methodist Church meeting at the church, 3:45 pm. Roy Greenwell, Joiner. Memphis Methodist- Hospital Admitted: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Henry, I-eaehville, a daughter. ville. H e \vasgraduated from Leach- villc High School and attended University of Missouri, Columbia where he majored In business administration .He is engaged in extensive planting interests at l-cach- ; vHlc. biinana girl, whoso identity remains a secret. Lovers Kniadcl Swcarcngeu and Johnny O'Brien TOO FAT? I* SUMMER tin vfeMM canty «<9 Have • more •lenfcr.'craceful fic- ure. No curcainjE. No texaUvt*. Nodnio. With t%«impte AYDS ViUmln Candy Reducinc Phui you don't cut out *nr meftl*. •tarehe*.poUUm,mcaucrbuttcr, you vm&r cut them tto«n. lt'« when you tator in fortifed) A Y (vitamin belocemeaU . ddiebou* DS randy Uutelr tomtom. ellnltal t«nl« conducted bf mtA- KIRBY BROS. DRUG STORE Vocation Bible School Two weeks of Vacation Bible :chool Ijfcgau today at Lake Street Ivan R. Van Patten Your Sales Representative for Blytheville and all of | Northeastern Arkansas The ARKANSAS Automobile Club ' Affiliated With |Amer. Auto Association A. A. A. Residence 418 So. Lake Residence Phone 2409 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. WOMEN! WHO SUFFER FIERY MISERY OF • HOT FLASHES If the functional "mlddle-aee" . period peculiar to women causes you to suffer from hoi flushes, rer- vcnis tension, Irritability-try fam- oils Lydla E. pmkhnm's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Plnkham's Compound is one of the best known medicines for this pur- ix>se. Also a grand stomachic touiol THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner Injram Bldg. Phone 3274 home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harrell and daughter. Uelsy Lee, of Edcnton, N. 'c., are guests of her mother, Mrs. John Anderson. They came especially for the graduation of Mrs. Harrell's sister, Miss Sunshine Anderson, from Blytlicville High School. Don't Say Bread Say Going to a Birthday Party? Then You'd: Better • : •? .- - Along a Box-;of .Our STATIONERY A sure hit as B gift lor such occasion.'! CHICK .CHATTER LOVE NOTES LINE-A-DAY CHTTTER-CHAT KID SCRIBBLES RED AND OTHERS IIYTREiiSURES !!c t™^T ls SAMUEL F. NORRIS *•}••••*•••••• 1 : : CHAMBLIN SALES CO. • Slndebaker Service : '•?*** \ • '" WB WTf AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Hill Chamblin Railroad & Ash Sts. L LOUIS CHERRY : ,Hew York Life Insurance Col •*«**••> A*. HART'S Bread One Slice of Bread! During this emergency created by the shortage of wheat. Hart's Bakery asks you to buy only the amount of bread you really need . . . never to waste it.... never to throw it away. You can keep bread fresh and moist days longer if you put it in the refrigerator—No special wrapping, just the regular Hart's wax wrapper—It will stay fresh and flavorful. IMPORTANT TO BRIDES and all women who need Table Silver! The Beauty Nook ^ 111 No. FirstA Phone 894 Helen I.aster Isabel Farbus No Matter When You Serve HARTS BREAD It Is Uniformly Nutritious — and Delicious. . . and It STAYS FRESH LONGEST! Buy Only Who* You Need*—Don't Waste It! HART'S BREAD Is Too Good to Waste! Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:4* Show StariB 2:M LISTEN TO K1.CN !):00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.?p. Unless you help now, you may be disappointed You've dreamed a long time about owning your own beautiful table silver. How would you like to wait a lot longer? ^ You've figured how to fit this important purchase into your budget. How would you like to pay as much as f>6 per cent more than you'd planned? Either or both of these things may happen—unless iction is taken immediately to release idle government silver for use by the companies making silverware, who have reached rock-bottom of their silver stock-piles. Legislation to release free silver (silver not reriuircd to back U. S. currency), at the OPA ceiling price of 71e'per ounce, is being held up in the Senate. A small group .of Senators—the "Silver Bloc"—-is working to prevent the passage of this legislation, hoping to get the inflationary price of $1.29 per ounce instead of the current ceiling price of 71c. This would be an advance of more than 70 per cent and more than three times the pre-war price of silver. Write or Wire Your Senators That You Need Silverware ! If you want to get your needed silverware quickly, and at prices you want to pay—phone, wire or write your Senators .today! Tell them your own story. Point out that you don't want to have to pay inflated prices ft- the plated ware or sterling- silved you need. Urge them to do their part hi getting action on legislation now stalled in -the Senate . . . legislation to release idle silver for use at the OPA ceiling of 71c per ounce. Address Senator Fulbright or .Senator McClelland, Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C. GUARD'S JEWEUtY wxl OPTICAL STORE Phone 2912 209 West Main St. Last Time Today Jp Goes Massie with Ann Snlhern and George Murphj- 'ararnpunt News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday Three Strangers v.Uh CJcraldmc Fit/.ge,raUl and Sydney Grcenstrcet Paramount News anfl Selected Short Continuous Showing Everyday •' COMING SOON TO THE RITZ: KITTY wilh PauleUe Goddard * Ray Milland Matinees Sat. JS Sun. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Start? 6:45 I*. M. Kach Evening Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. Bargain Nicht Kvery Nifht Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Last Time Today Canterville Ghost with Charlc-s Laughlon and Margaret O'Brien Fo\ News and Sticcled Short Tuesday I Selected Short SrtJecU

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