The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 30, 1946
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{AOBIOUB BLYTHEVlLlte (ARK,) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY. MAY 30, David Boone Weds Miss Emma Brierie Boone and son, ,,Mr». flhntorri Boone, have returned from lUtchM, Miss., where they attended the wedding of her son, Ueut. Mrid Boone and Miss Emma August* Brlerre, of New Orleans, daughter of Mrs. Theodore Brlerre Pi N*w Orleans. . Th« wedding was solemnized at The Briars, home of the ' bride's grandmother, Mrs. W. W. Wall, by the Rev. Stewart Henry, pastor of tlw First Presbyterian Church of Natchez. The bride was given In marriage by her brother, William Kcrnan. She wore a cream lace gown worn at other family weddings and cnr- ried a bouquet of gardenias. The veil was fastened nt the crown with Mrs. Berry Hostess To Business Circle Mrs. Henry Berry was hostess Tuesday night to 10 members of tlie Business Circle of the Woman's Missionary Society of Calvniy Baptist Church. Mrs. Berry was In charge of the Royal Service program and the oiwnlug prayer was led by Miss Cleo Bradley. Mrs. Raymond Bet- knap gave the devotional and others talcing part on the program were Mrs. Dovcy McCain, Mrs. Lee Powell, Mrs. J. p. Widner, Miss Bradley, Mrs. Beulnh" Lloyd mid Mrs. O. W. Davis. Mrs. P. H. Jcrnlgnn conducted the business session. Mrs. McCain dismissed the group. The hostess served a salad plate with Iccil drinks. a band of'small flowers. Her maid of honor, Miss Ellen _ Morris and bridesmaid, Miss Emily j Miss Weedman Hostess Stubbs, also of New Orleans, wore formal dresses fashioned along the same lines of cream silk nud carried howiucts O t pink roses. Sanford Boone was his brother's .The br|de and bridegroom will With Informal Party Miss Ann Woodman, 194fi graduate of Hlylhcvllle High School n"<t retiring president of the Red Pcp- . )'« Club, was hostess yesterday uf- mnke their home at Fort Busies, I tcrnoon with nn Informal party Va while he is stationed there, I '• fellow members of that clul>. Mrs Boone attended schools in'Slie entertained at the home of her New Orleans and lieutenant Boone was graduated from Blythcville High School prior to entering service. He' is •£> veteran ot two years duty In tlie European Theater. 3QO People Attend Piano, (Voice Recital \ Students of the Fowlston School of Music presented one of the largest rccltnls ol the year lust night at Blytheville High School mull- torium.' Approximately 300 people gathered to hear the piano and voice recital presented by 31 pupils of the school. An effective singe selllne for tlic soloists was tail baskets of pink and blue hydrangeas. -Instructors are Mr. and Mrs. Dal• ton C. Fowlstoh. WSCS Meeting Held i.The Woman's Society or Chrls- Bits of News* Mostly, Personal •E. R. Mason will arrive home this afternoon from Rochester, Minn., where lie underwent, diagnosis tit Mayo Clinic, followed l>y an operation. His condition Is greatly imiu'ovcd. Mr. nnd Mrs. finmuel p. Norrls left, this afternoon for Nashville, Teiin.,, to iitleiid the Junior nlgli School graduation exercises tomorrow morning of St. Cecilia Academy. Their daughter,'Maureen King Norrls, will graduate from Junior tilth. Mrs. T. J., Mrs, Margaret Mr\hnn Bell nnd dnutjhlw, Betsy, nnd Mr. an<I Mrs. Byron Morse, nre In Princeton, Ky., visiting relatives. They plan to return home Monday. ' John \j. Cross, recently appointed claims deputy In Mississippi County for the Employment Security 'Division, Is attending n throe-day nicellng In Little Hock or In the Division. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weertman. 110 East Davis. The home was decorated 'with vases of hydrangeas nnd other tlor- al aiTfini.'omcnls. Kach of the 15 guests was presented a favor of a booklet containing the story of the Red Pepper Cluh. Refreshments of assorted sandwiches, cookies and candles were served with cold drinks. The hostess was assisted by her mother. Miss Reid Gets Degree At Mississippi State Miss Maxine Reid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max n. Reid, received a bachelor of science degree In Home Economics from Mississippi State College for Women, Columbus, Monday morninfj in a ceremony at the college. She was motored home by her parents, who with their son, Jere, attended the exercises. Miss Reid has been a student at MSCVV four years, having graduated from Blytheville High School. tian service of Lake Street Methodist Church met at the church Monday afternoon for n regular session. Mrs. Allen Van Winkle led the devotional, with the Scripture ta ken from the 10th chapter of Luke and discussed "Divine DeVivcijnncc." .Mrs. Lucien Coleninn, was guesl ol Mrs. GCOIEC 'Crews offered a : pray- [honor Tuesday afternoon at a paver and Mrs. George Stllwell, pres- ty given by the First Baptist, church Went, conducted the business ses-I Sunday School class of eight-ycar- sion. , old boys, of which Bobby is a Mrs. R. H. Cawlcy and Mrs. La- nembtr. The class Is taught by Bobby Colemah Honored Bobby Coleman, son of Mr. and cey Gordon were cucsts. Mrs. W. C. Higgmson Has Her Club, Guests Mrs. Joe orr of College Station, Texas, and Mrs. Max Usrey Jr., played bridge Tuesday afternoon with members of Tuesday Bridge Club when Mrs. W. C. Hlgginson was hostess to the group at her home, 13C3 West Chicknssi*ba. : During bridge games, high score prize went to Mrs. Murray Smart and second to Mrs. Orr. Refreshments were served. Miss Shaver Hostess With Bridge, Parly meeting, which began today In the Employment Security Building, will tic concluded Saturday. Mrs. N. J. Wudc and four children, James Donald, Nunlcy Jesse, Millie Sue nnd Ted Harold, and Herbert Llnahi feller, all ofLcnoIr City, Tenn., left tills morning after being here as guests of Mrs. J. H. Humphrey, !)07 East Cherry. En route to Lunoir City, they will be guests In Savannah. Tenn.. ot Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wade. Mrs. Elvcna Purr and granddaughter, Miss Betty Lois Dcfoor, have gone to Lolghton and Town Creek, Ala., where they will be [iucsts of Mrs. Purr's daughters and families. In Lelghton, they will be the guests of Mrs. Jessie Jordan and family and in Town Creek, they will visit Mrs. Herbert JUuisdcll. "Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Portci will move this week to a house they hnvc rented at 130!) West Ash, owned by the former Mrs. Myrtle Fox, now of Hot Springs. They have been making their home with Mrs. Porter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, since his return from service. James Hill Jr., president of Arkansas-Missouri Power Co., will leave tomorrow night for The East. He will attend a meeting In New York city Monday and later go to Boston to be with Mrs. Hill who Is nt Massachusetts General Hospital, she Is steadily Improving following a major hip operation. Mrs, j'atty Shone Wright has gone to New York City, where she will be th e guests of friends. Her son, T. 1'. Wright, is with his lather, ' Colonel Wright, In '.Texas, where they arc visiting his relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eberdt and Vina, Frank and David, of Luke Village, Ark., arrived last night to be the guests of Mrs. Cal Gossctt and sons, Cal and Jim, at their In Biirdette. Mr. and Mrs. Norrls Bltizedcll of Memphis have returned to their homo there after having been here two days with friends. Mrs. JJlazedcll, who made her home 1 here )£ years, was before her recent marriage, Mrs. Beatrice Jackson. ' ' Condition of 8. Ooff. who underwent a major operation 'Saturday at Walls Hospital, is satisfactory. Hall Self, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Self of Route 2, has been removed to his hnme from Walls Hospitr:].. There for eight days, he suffered a broken leg. Miss Cninlllu Kobluson is un- dfTBoing treatment at Blytheville Hospital. Her condition Is satisfactory. Miss Mary Nell Grainger ol Shreveport, La., is houseguest ol Miss Rebecca McCall, fellow .student at southwestern, Memphis, and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCall, 1037 West Ash. Miss McCall, home for the Summer, and her guest were motored homo Tuesday by Mm, McCall and and daughter, Judy. After spending a few days here. Miss Grainger will return to Southwestern for a social event before going to her home In Shrevenoi t. Mr. r.nd Mrs. E. B. Gee and son, E. B. Jr., will weekend in St. Louis. WRITING TABLETS si»nd the] Will Have Bingo Games Bingo players will have a chance to try their luck tonight nt the Armory, Ttie games, sponsored by the Altar Society of the Church ol the Immaculate Conception, will begin at 8 o'clock. Read Courier News Want Ada. Coming Events CBC FRIDAY Club meeting Lcndennlc Fowler. .with Mrs, Junior Fellowship of First Methodist Church meeting at the church, 3:45 p.m. The housing authority in Me- nomlnee, Wls., received $25,000 from the city and another $15,( from local banks. THE BEAUTY CLINIC | Margaret Deen Smith, Owner In j ram Bldt. Phone S27« I Mouthful Mrs. Marvin Lane. Bobby will move soon with his .larenls to Little Rock. The. group went to the home Mrs. Jim Toinpkins at Bui'dcttc, where they joined In ball and archery games. Refreshments of ice crcnm and cnke were sewed. Osceo'c Man to Wed Miss Rose Katxman Miss Rose Kalzman, daughter or Mrs. J. Katzmim o( 220 North Auburndale. Memphis, is announcing the plans for her marriage to Melyin Lapldcs, son of Mr, and Mrs. Louis Laplde.i o[ Osccola, Ark., today. The wedding will be solemnized Miss Margaret! Shaver entertain- j "t 7:30 Sunday night at the Parked, Tuesday night at her home on view. Rnbbi I. Goodman will offi- Blghwny 61 South' with a bridge clntc. pirty for members of Double GJ Tlic bride, who will be given in Club and four other guests. marriage by her mother and her These guests were Mrs. James C.' brother, Louis Katzman, will be Guard, Mrs. Max O Usrey Jr., gowned In a bridal dress of white Mrs. John E. Lippitt nnd Mrs. Triad crushed organdy with a long waist, Nicol. j fitted bodice, high neckline mid When bridge was played, high calla lily sleeves. Her veil will be score prize went to Mrs. Lippitt fingcrlipucel with seed pearls and she will carry a bouquet of lilies of the valley. Mrs. A. Kratish of Miami Beach, Pla., will attend her sister as maki of honor and will wear a gown of pink sheer. Her boutiuet will l« pink roses. Arrangements of hydrangeas and 1 ' Eve Sue Blucstcin and Joan Kra- pansies in th e J. C. Ellis home nt u ? u off M . iam ' -^ cl „, * la " rl " Ud Barfield made an attractive set- "'«« <". lh « bride will be floucr ting for members of Town and Birls, «»* »'»! wear identical trocks Country Bridge Club yesterday of-' of »' nllc " r tcrnoon when Mrs. Ellis entertained nnd second to the hostess. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Ellis Entertains Yesterday Afternoon. Milton Bluesteln will serve the with a bridge party. Mrs. John C. McHaney was- a guest, When bridge was played, high score prize went to Mrs. Cornelius Modinger and second to Mrs. James B. Clark. Refreshments were served during games. Bride Complimented At Buffet Luncheon. Mrs. Geprge W. Pyks and Mrs. S.- B. Wllford were hostesses Tuesday at the Pyles home, 911 Hcnrn, with a buffet luncheon compli- menting'Mrs. Harold E. Anderson, who before her marriage Tuesday afternoon was Miss Betty Jane Martin. Decorations were In white, accented with arrangements of gyp- sophllia and fever few. Those Dowers formed the attractive cen terpiece lor the lace-draped tabli from which the luncheon wa served. Decorations for the thre small tables also were in white The 12 guests Included Mis Katheryn Rpwell, member of ,th w*Mtng party and Mrs. Ander son's room-mate . In Blytheville •here both taught school; Mrs W. E. Furniss of Dyess and Mrs Pat Murpfcy of HUlbert, Ark., aunt of the bride; the Rev. Dr. tn Mrs. A. W-. Martin, daughter, MI& Sue Martin, and son, Bill, all ol Dallas, 1 parents, stater and broth* at the bride. bridegroom as best man. After a wedding trip to New Orleans and Biloxl the couple will akc their home in Osceola. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Of flee Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:*0 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. <:3S p.m. Thursday and Friday Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showinj Everyday Cominp: Soon to (he /Rilfe: OHJ3A with Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford MISS SUSIE SLAGLE'S with Sonny Tufts & Veronica Lake SARATOGA TRUNK with Ingrld Bergmann *fe Gary Cooper FROM THIS DAY FORWARD with Joan Fontaine <S: Mark Stevens THE BELIES OP ST. MARY'S with Bing Crosby & Ingrid Bergmann At The Hospitals • Blrlheville Hospital dmittcd: Bill Stalcup, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tapp, city, a son last, night. Dismissed: Mary Btdwcll Boswcll, clly. Barbara Ocuniug, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: G. W. Meadows. Leachvillc. D. R. Holmes, Tyler. Mo. Mrs. E. C. ISccker, Dell. Mrs. L. E. Wyatt, carulhcrsvillc. Mo. Birdie camion, Tomato. Bob, Manila. Dismissed: Mrs C. D. Sharp and son, Rt. 3, city. Elwood Franks, Manila. Hall Self. BurdcUe. Mrs. W. D. Blaylock, Rl, 3. city Mrs. L. R slacks, Rt. 2, city. Ear) Damon, city. U A. Walker, Wardcll, Mo. Carolyn Wade, city. Mrs. A. C. Russell, Armorcl. _ Memphis St. Jos c ph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. I,. H. Schults, CRnvlhevs- vllle, Mo. Matinees Sal. & Sun. Only • Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Start 6:15 P. M. Each Evenins Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Niuht E.vcept Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the K»xy. JARS, CAPS, LIDS &RUKKMS ^nd follow inKructlomlA <h« BiH Blue Book. To gtt 7Mr cop? M«4 lOcwiih xourna ,MU monen COKMKT, Thursday Seven Days Ashore wilh Wallj Brown * Gordon Oliver Selected Short Subject* Friday A UNIVEXSAl PICTURE Selected Short Subject KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND — BROAD WAY-DIVISION . - '. ' o .. BLYTHEVILLE ARKANSAS Week End Prices For Cash 100 ASPIRIN 33 PURE 5 GRAIN TABLETS (U,,,li 2) ^^4^ Lroffessiouul Aeeuracy EXPERIENCE goineJ i» 'filling prg . tcripttartt for ytart fiat taitgfit tkoutamJi I fiat tttty can rely upyn u*. 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