The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 29, 1946
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NWBTWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Martin Married To Harold Anderson In a ceremony yesterday afternoon, 5 o'clock, at First Metliodlst Miss Jackson Hostess Miss Lynn Jackson eV tcrlillncd members of GEO Club n : iid other guests Monday night nt the Jackson home. 1412 West Malir,. Church, MJSS Betty Jane Martin :of I TJ,,, guests other than club mem- BJytheTUle and Dallas, Texas, bers, Mrs. T. H. Caraway alu 1 Miss daughter of the Rev Dr and Mrs. Jun oos lie 11,-were also wlmurs In \ W-Martin of Dallas, became the tne cVC rilng bridge games with Ilrst Tide of Harold E. Anderson, son pril , e going to Mrs. Caraway anJ A bi of Mr.'and Mrs. w. O. Anderson of Armorel. , The, bride's father, an instructor at the School of Theology, Southern Methodist University; officiated at the double ring ceremony. He was assisted ay the Rev. S B Wilford, nastot of First Methodist Church here. Forming an effective setting for the wedding party were baskets of white gladioli arranged with palm, and the huckleberry decorated chancel. The scene was softly lighted with burning candles in floor candelabra,,, ....••..' A program, of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. C, R. Penn,- pianist, and Mrs. H. L.- HIckey of Jonesboro, vocalist. Before the ceremony, Mrs. Penn played "Liebestraum" and "4)1, ..Sweet Mystery of Life." The processional •. was the Bridal Chorus/ from "Lohengrin" by .Wagner an'd the recessional "Wedding March'.-'. frjpmV "Midsummer Night's Dream" by,Mendelssohn. During thb exchange of vows the strains of "Till tHc' End of Tinie".were heard, Mrs. TOckey sang "I Love Thee" and "Because" before the exchange afterwards. Mrs. Penn wore a dress of dusty pink with a white carnation corsage and white accessories. Mrs. Hlckey's drcsstwas light blue eyelet batiste with £ white carnation corsage pinned aj her shoulder and her acces- sorjes,. were in white. Miss Sue Martin, of Dallas, was her sister's maid of honor and Mis* Kathijryn Rowell of Blytheville and .Morebouse, Mo'., a bridesmaid. ' Both wore eyelet dresses fashioned^along the same lines, with Miss Marten's in pink and Miss Rowell's prize going to brWgo to Miss Oosnell. Tha hostess served a plate, . m m Dance Will Honor College Students SOC DANCE WILL—14 .... o.. Students home from collect! will be guests of honor Friday night r«t the dance at the Legion Hut, to bo from: 9 o'clock to 12 o'clock. The dance, given by Senior Parent Teacher Association, is for all. High School students and members of the 194fi graduating class. Following Oils dance, another will be given June 14 before they nro discontinue^ for the summer, During the school term, the IT A entertains each Friday night will) a dance for the High School .slit- dents. Helen Jean Stoffle Wed to Pete Holland Bits of News [Mostly, Personal Evangelistic Series Planned By Methodists A .Methodist evangelist meelliiK will begin Thursday night under n lent at the corner or Highway IH and 22nd street, one block from the Gateway Store. _ Pastors and laymen of Blytheville j Slp \'e Thurston, and Mr. Thurs ton. Mrs. Thurston plans to speiu. part of the summer here while Mr. Thurston will attend school at Mr. and Mrs. n. M. Beck have as their guests their daughter, Mrs. —. ...., _. _,„»»,„», •- -hurston, and Mr. Thurs- Methodlst churches and the Rev. t ton - Mrs. Thurston plans to spend E. H. Hall of Ixmchville will co- ' ' " " operale at the meeting, with services to begin each night at B Davidson, o'clock. tomorrow Annotincements of the services Thurston of _ _ was made by the Rev. R. L. Hanks, paslor of Gosnell-Half Moon Meth- .odlst charge. Oscco/on to Graduate Miss Eleanor Aline Springfield, daughter of Mr. andMrs. B. D. Springfield of Osceola. will f/'.'idu- ale this month from Southern Seminary and Junior College, Bunna Vlsln, Va. She; is a member of the Spanish Club, Mlracl 0 Book Club, Dramatic Ait Club nnd Little Theater. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stolfle larrlagfi of Stoffle, to Oliver Pete Holland, of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Holland of! Memphis. The Rev. E. O. Kaetzcll. pastor of First Methodist, church of Wilson, offleated at the ceremony, solemnized May 19 nt his homo. Mrs. Holland was graduated from Wilson High School and DrniiKhon's Business School In Memphis. For the past two years, she has been employed by the Wcstlnchousc Company in St. Louis. Mr. Holland was graduated frorii Miss Maxwell Given ASC Homc EC Award Miss Betty Maxwell of Blythc- vlllo has been awarded the Home Kconomics ;.°Awnrrt at Arkansas N. c. They will spend in Memphis, where Mr. will make arrangements slogan, "To- TomoiTow's to keep In mind tile day's Home Builds World." Mr.s. Oxee, v;ho has taught the community for a number of i years and at one time taught at | Lone Oak. was welcomed at the for entering a dental school there next Fall. He will leave June G for Davidson. C. !>. Wicker is seriously ill at his home, 120 South 18th. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Edwards Jr., have arrived home from a visit to New Orleans, Blloxl and Gulfport. They nre guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeffries, 1332 Chlckasuwba, uncle- and aunt of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Edwards' parents, Mr. and Mix C. H. Whistle of Whlstlevllle Plantation. They will leave Friday for Payeltevllle where Mr. Edwards is to'resume his college work, majoring in business administration. He will be n sophomore at University of Arkansas, after having served In the Navy during 'the war. iat Ihe home of Mrs. n. E. Davis. Mis. Whistle was before her recent, marriage, Miss Mildred Whistle. Lone Oak Club Women Meet With Mrs. Huey The Lo"" Oa^ Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. J. O. Ilucy on Highway 13 Monday with Delia Ozce of Calumet, a visitor. Mrs. Tom Brittaln, president, presided. Miss Cora Lee Colcman, home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on making a formula for killing ants in the house and reminded i lie club women that continued rains, are conducive lo garden Insects and household pests. Mr.s. Forrest Moore gave a re- |K>rt of the County Council Meeting which she attended Saturday at AtuKiiTl. She also guve a report on the cause and cure of cancer. The I one Oak Club plans to meet Monday evening and rehearse a play being prepared for the County Piny Tournament. : The club members discussed how they, pbserved National Home Demonstration Week and each pliins WEDNESWAY, MAY 29, 1946 Arkansas Urges Support for Research Bill WASHINGTON, —Rep. Wilbur T. May 29. (u,P) Mills, 0., Ark- government agency is cany on and support, nnsas, said yesterday that an Independent needed to . scientific research for national'de- fense and Die public welfare. "We are strong in our applica- ticns of science." he told a House Interstate Commerce subcommittee. "We nre not nearly so strong In our. discoveries of new l-.nowl- He asked (he subcommittee approve his bill to establish' now agency to be known as National Science Inundation. said the measure was based to n the He recommendations by Dr.Vumievar Bush, director of the war-time Office of Scientific Research and !C/ii/d's Body Found With 'Shirt Tangled in Limbs .... Ark., May 29. (UP) Di.sgusted Mi!! Owner'Closes Textile Plant ATLANTA, Ga., May 39. <U1>) — A southern textile mill owner packed four wartime Army-Navy "E" flags in mothballs and closed his plant today in protest of national labor policies and federal government regulations which he said forced him to "violate the law or lose money " President T. W. Tift of Piedmont Cotton Mills near -Atlanta said he would take his first vacation In five years and did not know if he would re-open the- mill. "If the President of the United States can't control two men with an Army and a Navy, I can't see how a poor man may be expected to operate his business without, any help and with things: in they are, 1 ' he said. Nation 1 Wage Stabilization Board ami the National Textile Workers Union (CIO) of a 12li per cent wage Increase which the company and local union had agreed ii|xm and which was necessary to qualify he plant to receive "bund a" prices or its products. rwelfth Birthday Finds D/onne Quintuplets Making Gift to Poor CALLEKDER, ONT., May 29. U.I'.)—The five Dionne girls '• celebrated their mil birthday yes- ' 'erday by giving Instead of rccciv- iif* presents. The girls, Yvonne, Cecilc, Kmlle, Annette, and Marie, asked their rather to .send the money that .i.siiully goes into lavish gifts to ho uoor lilt],; children in Ruropc. the condition , a e . club meeting. She will continue to Z „">''"! S3rvlces wcre Planned to- live In this community. Durliij; the social hour .(he con- < test. "Naming Songs Containing a State," and "Nninlng Songs Containing a Hose," was held and Mrs. Huey, the hostess, presented Mrs. ! Moore a»d Mrs. Oxcc with flower painted coasters for prizes. She served cuffiM! and doughnuts for refreshments. The next meeting will b 0 held (lay for seven-year-old George Peace who was choked to Specifically, Tilt said he was suspending operations because ho had been unable to get approval by the death near the Pleasant Grove school lat c Monday. The son of Mr. and Mis. Alma t). Peace of Hillsboro. the child was found hanging by his shirt train the limbs of n reruiilly-fcllevl tree. in blye. The maid of honor 'wore-. 8011 " 1 S1dc H ' B ' 1 School ami a blue eyelet hat and Miss Rowcll's hat was yelldw eyelet. They carrhd swectj>ea nosegays and wore while accessories with white elbow length eloves. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, JBUl Martin, of Dallas, w>ret a white eyelet dress with three-quarter length sleeves and a pepluhi at the hips. She wore white lace gloves and her accessories were in wlrtterHer hat was of matching eyelet", and she carried a white prayer book lopped with a layender orchid ind white satin rlbborr streamers. R A ^lelson was Mr. Anderson's best Ai»rt Ushers were C. W. Colston aneVW- O-Ariderson Jr., brother of .the'Brtdegroom. The_ bride's mother wore a white afterijoon frock with a white gardenia^ corsage and white accessor- ries. Mrs. Anderson's dress was navy-blue and her corsage was of white gafttenias. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs Penn "entertained with a reception it" their home, 1328 Hearn Street. " The home was decorated with .attractive arrangements of roses and sweetpcas. The lace-draped table was cantered with a three-ttered wedding,cake topped with miniature figures of a bridal couple. The room was lighted with burning candles In crystal holders. Mrs R B Stout, ccAisin of the bride, and Mrs R A. Nelson presided at .the table. Mrs. Perih : W as assisted by Mrs, E. B. WcKKlson. •" After the reception, Mr. and Mrs Anderson left for the Ozark Mountains for A wedding trip, following which they will return here to make their hoine at 815 Chickasawba. Mrs. Anderson was graduated from Hendrbf College, Conway, and for the past four years has been member of. the staff »t Lange school having taught the second grade. Mr Anderson wa* graduated from Blytheville High School and Is a veteran; of .service In the Army Air Corps, having served two years in Draughon's Business School. He recently was discharged from . the Army after three years service in Euroj>e. •Mr. and Mrs. Holland will make their hom c In Wilson, where he is manager of the Wilson Ford Motor Co. •Joncsboro, where .she is a student. Tim Awai;d is presented by the Homc Economics Deportment. Donna Wundcrlich Graduates in Memphis Donna Winidcrl'cli. daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. W. J. Wiinderlich, will gradual c from Miss Hutchison's School in Memphis in exercises Thursday moimliif;, 10 o'clock, nl Tdlewllcl Presbyterian Church. Miss WuiidcrllL-h, who attended ilythevillo schools until a soph- more, when she entered MLss Iiilchisim's lin.s licc-n president of lie National Honor Society (Hiring .cr .senior ycitr. She plans to attend Sweet Briar College, : Sweet Briar, Va. At The Hospitals ' Blytheville Hospital ' Admitted: Mrs. M.S. Edwards, city. Mrs. Robert May, Stccle, Mo... Mary Bldwell Boswcll, city. Mrs. Lawrence Tapp, olty. . Camille Robinson, city. ' •-'= ,", ;' Barbara 'benning, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Gallic Moore, Gilder. John Gaines, city. Walls Admitted: , Earl Damon, city. Mrs. Ross Brny. Holland. Mo. Mrs. Olen Fowler, Holland, . Mo. Marlon Potter, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. c. D. Long, Rt. 2, ci(y. Carolyn Wade, city. Elwood Fowler. Manila. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Louis, city daughter last night. Dismissed: Floyd Mlchie, cooler, Mo. Mrs. Raymond Benin r, city. Bill Tom Brooks, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital AdrrUltcd: ' W. H. Rnnsll. Steele. Mo. Bobby Vandiver, Manila. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Bernice Brister, city. the European Theater. He Is con nected with Dr. Pepper BoUlhij Company. Out-of-town guests, other thai those in the wedding party, were Ih Rev. Sam Wiggins and Mrs. Lc. Humelslein of Jonesboro; Mr.s. w E. Furniss of Dycss and Mrs. Pat Murphy of Hulbert. Ark., aunts of the bride. Coming Events i : (THURSDAY Mrs. Bill Turner hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. -Ytendly.'Rook club meeting with VI i-s. E. B. C h 1 Iwood..'.. Club Eight members guests of Mrs. Otto .Scrape. Mrs. R..'- c. ; Hoso entertains Oc- ctlc ClUB.''•'•'.''•'"• Kntve] Nous 1 Club meeting with Mrs. M. FitzsimtiK.ns. • ? • -FRIDAY : . CDC '-. Club meeting with Mrs. Lendennle Fowler. Junior Fellowshlu.jOf. First Mcth- Church mecling church, 3.:45 p.m. nt the Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Drugmnnd left yesterday morning for Wnver- Iy. Kans., where they will be guests Of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Drugmand. From there they will 80 to Whlttler, Calif., to make their homo. Mrs. Drugmand ts the former Miss Wilma Stone, daughter of Nlr. and Mrs. II. H. Stone. James R- Anderson has returned home after visiting a week in Po- cnhontns with relatvies. While there, he went on several hunting and fishing trips. Mrs. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. P. D. Underwood, accompanied by her grandson, George Mulr Jr., 'ami granddaughter Connie English, hav c (,'onc to Fullon, Mo., lo be Ihe guests of Mr. Houchins' sister, Mrs. Bell Smith nnd Cieorgc will be guesi of his "uunt, Mrs. Waylanil sto|i in st. Louis lo be the guests of Mrs. Mildred English and Mrs. James Cochran. the former Miss Doris Muir. Mr.i English will accompany theni back to Blytheville. Mrs. B.' B.' Wilson and family had as their guests last night Mr. an ( | Mrs. James Yoes and infant son, Ronnie, of Milan, Tenn. The Yocs family made their homc at the Wilson residence while he was stationed at Blvtheville Army Air Field. - -' -" - - Barbara Oenrilng, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oemiing, underwent a tonsilcctomy today at Blytheville Hospital. Earl Damon is undergoing routine treatment a. Walls Hospital. His condition 13 satisfactory. Mrs. E. A. Fisher and daughter, Miss Anne Fisher, moved yesterday from 1609 Hcarn to the Library apartment. ' Mrs. Jesse Lucy Is visiting friends In Osceola. Make Jr. Leaders Corps Three V members were acceplcd into tin. Junior Leaders Corps yesterday afternoon following the program at Ihe Y in the City Hall. Present for the program were 125 -Y members and fiiie-sts These Junior Leaders are June Stircs, Charles McDanicl and Buford Young Each were presented Y shhi.s and certificalcs as awards for their service which made them eligible for the Corps The G'oi'us meets each Monday night and studies courses, in addition to discussing problems faced by youth . Officers of the organi/ation aro Bmbara Cullison, president; Jimmy Henry, vice president, WatuUi Barham, secretary and Ireasuri'r 'and Hetty Black, reporter. Methodist Operation Of Hospital Proposed MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 2!). (UP) —The City or Parajtmild, Ark., ha.s proposed that the Methodist Hospital of Memphis operate the 9G- bed Pnrngonlcl Hospital as a branch, Methodist Hos|)ital officials said today. «'A committee has been 'appointed to investigate the proposal. Sam Allison's Child Dies The^namc of the parents of a 20- day .old child, who died Saturday in a Memphis hospital was published incorrectly in the obituary in the Courier News yesterday. The name .should have been Mr. and Mrs. Sam Allison, BOH Lilly Street, instead of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Allison. TO LOOK RIGHT-BE BRIM-RIGHT! SOLAR STRAWS ft SHOES $7.50 Sizes 7 to II Widths B, C, and D Other Styles $5.50 to $9.50 4.98 A MMtrt WinHirop exclusive thai means smooth, flexible ctnhion comfort from the rery first step. Wiftriirop'styling assures smart good looks to •^. «--- • *iw IOST* : FAMILY SHOE STORE 2X42 312 West Main St. Men \vith the same licad size may liave'lolally^dilTcrciU'featurcs. ForTn- slancc, the young; poiniedVacc s!iou1d_avoTd"tlie Junder.a.tent'Mook" by ' wearing a narrow the proportion^ a ( wjder_b>im.- Altour_ha«s>re_though"Tully desigiiecTtliis way. 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