The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 3, 1946
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£ nMktiM BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1946 foSVV "*c *- \ ' latie RutK Mcjlwain T« In a 'ceremony S»iurday »Jter- icon, 4 o'clock, »t the home of Mr rd Mrs Clarcitee' Uoon fit Prom' Bed ' trf ' (~ r T""V\"' luth Mcniriin 'of Katie he of Junes Robert Reeder, ion otfj*ts. Robert L. Reeder and .he lajjg; Mri Reeder. In Mis same ' home, the bride- jroorrfV^parenU were ' married In a ! — "^i- --• ---- Wedding Plans Are Announced For Robinson-Pierce Marriage Mr.- Reeder n .^, e".' ••'*.- ; ' ''' '=" ' Vows were.eioluinged in.the llv ing rofam under a trellis of magnolia blossoms and foliage against a background, of palms. > As. the Rev. E C. 'Brown, pastor of First Baptist Cliurcb. je'ad the, vows for the double-ring''ceremony, the soft strain* of "Moonmlst" by Berceuse, were heard. The scene was-light** with the glow of-Jjurnlng naiidlM in lar«nchfA candelabra., Miss Engy Bujars'tl, wearing a pink dress with sage ill white.garderrias V>d brown accessories, lighted tapers. On each side of the improvised sitar were baskets, of white gladioli nnd ihlt«j,carni»ttaM.. ... Misi Ann-Been, pianiat, and Miss Helm* Johnsen ah* Miss J«ie Mc- Adarris vocalists,'who were accompanied by. Miss Jean Barter, presented a program of nuptial music before the ceremony. •'.,.;;!:. ^ Miss Deen played "Clair de'fcuhe" by Uebussey,- »nd Miss Johrisen and Miss -McAdams sang "Until." _Mtss Dee: (ill Miss Dorothy Aunts Robinson, of Leaehvllle, today announces plans for her marriage to Robert Lewis Pierce of Leachvllle, to be sol- rrnnized June 9 at the First Baptist, Church In Lenclivllle. The hour is 4 o'clock In the afternoon, with the Rev. R, E. I-es Bearden', retired Methodist minister of Leachvllle, officiating. He will be assisted by the Rev. Rex Brown, pastor. . Miss Robinson, daughter of Mrs. Amos Elmer Robinson of East View Acres, Leachvllle and the late Dr. Robinson, will be given in marriage by her cousin, C. B. McElroy of Memphis. Her matron of honor will terspn nnd Mrs. Lane were hostesses Thursday night at Miss Patterson's homo with a bunco party. During evening games, first prize went to Miss Wlaona Ridings of Kennett, Mo., nnd socond to Mrs. Clema Edwards of Leachvllle. Mrs. McElroy was hostess Saturday with a luncheon at the Peabody Hotel Skyway In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith, of Lcaclivllle, entertained with n dinner party last night at their home when guests were Miss Robinson her fiance, her mother and his parents. Mrs. Bob Bryant, Mrs. Athcrton HIett and Mrs. Aldwin Dryer, of Jo^esboro, entertained this afternoon at the Jonesboro Country club Mrs. Jack Morrlss of Memphis, flow- wUn „ ,,, 1r (. y . gill at the wedding of the | Mra _ wiillnce Hoke nnd Miss Jane bride-elect's parents. Mrs. Mor- rlss' daughter, Gay. will be Miss Robinson's flower girl. Bridesmaids will be Mrs. Lloyd Lane Jr., sister of the bridegroom- elect, and Miss Winnie Marie Patterson, both of Lenchvllle. Jack pierce will be his brother's best man. Ushers are to be Ralph Pierce, another brother of the bridegroom-elect, and Ray Stewart, also of Leachville. « A program of nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. Stanley Hancock of Leachville, pianist, and Bob Sanders Jr., of Memphis, vocalist. Is Married Here Branson, both or Blylhcvillc, wll be hostesses here tomorrow nigh with a hrldge parly nt the home of Mrs, Hoke's parents, Mr. nm Mrs. G. a. Hubbnrcl, 1121 Wes jMnin. Wcdnosdny night, Miss Frnncls Little will be hostess here with a bridge party at her home, 019 West Mnin, nnd Thursday afternoon Mrs.' H. C. Givvcns, of Jonesboro, and >Irs. P. Onto, of Black Onk, will entertain In Jonesboro at the Giv- vens home with an Informal party. The affairs will be climaxed Saturday night with a rehearsal supper for the wcddtnf; party and Bits of News" Mostly, Personal Harry A. Halnes, son of Mr. and •Irs: Harry W. Unities, 1U25 Chlck- sawb:i, and Stephen Tlyurston left eatenlay for points In North Car- illna, wiiere they will visit friends and \vhi-ru M' 1 . Thuvston. vllS envoi n school nt Davidson for trie Summer term.. Mr. Hatnes will visit Club Meeting HeU Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday nt Hie home of Mrs. Albert Holllngsworlh In yarbro. Tim 12 mcmbcra present, answered the roll call wltli Hi's for "making our homes more attractive," The meeting was opened wllh isroti]) singing and Mrs. Stiles led (lie devotional taken from the 12th chanter of Luke. Mrs. Holllnesworth redd the poem "Olad to foe Living" and topics of interest were discussed by Mis. Willis Bunch, Mrs. 1,. T. Hurnhnm and Mrs, Qenc McGulre. Mrs. Harold E. Anderson o Blytbcvllle was before her mar liauc here Tuesday Miss Betty June Martin of Blytheville and Dallas, Texas, daughter of the Rev. nnd Mrs. A. W. Martin of Dallas. rterids nt Hickory «ml Chapel Hill where he plans to re-enter Uni- 'Crslty of North Carolina next Fa" arid' "both, .will be Kucsta of Mr. Thurston'a relatives ii) Tnylorsvillc. • Robeit Stiiison Jr.,'-lias-enroled at thfe University of Arkansas, Fay- ettevllle, for tl)e'.Summer term. He is the son of Mrs- Gladys Stinson. Mr. and Mrs, Aubrey Conway sperit today In Memphis, where they met' their niece, Miss Betty Jane Sinclair, of Sncrnmento, Calif. Miss 'Iticlair will be the guest of Mr. arid-Mia. Conway at their home, 801 West Main. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roach and infant dsiughLcr, Carole Kay, 1031 West Ash .spent yesterday in Memphis where they were KUtst-s oJ Ills mother, Mrs. C. M. Todd Jr., and Mr.. Todd. Mrs. n. A. Copclnntl nnd Mrs. Adnline Trotter have returned rom Memphis where they attended graduation exercises of Mrs. Trotter's (laughter, Miss Venita Trotter .from Tech High. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon, 013 Mrs. George Bunch gave a report ol the Co\mty Council meeting at Armorel. During the social hour that followed the business session, Mrs. Dave Ablxrtl find Mrs. Siiles were winners-In games. The hostess served a salad plate with cold drinks. It was announced that the next meeting would be June 11 with Mrs. Zoa Thompson. Leadership Training To Be Given Junior Workers LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 3. (U.P.)—A leadership training center for members of (he American Junior Red Cross will open June 0 at Camp Clear Fork near Little Rock as one of three such centers to bo held this summer In the Midwest. More than 95 Junior Red Cross high school leaders from eight South-Central States Including Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma. Missouri. Illinois ami Arkansas are expected to attend. All phases of R<?rt Cross history ami programing will be taken m> In 10 days of lectures and discussions. TOO FAT? 0« SLIMMER this vitawH candy way liavea more slender. graceful, figure. No exercisiiu;. No |J natives. N'odmgi. With the simple AYUb Vitamin Candy KeduL-ijig "I 3n you don't cut out any meals. tUrc}*5, pouters, [iiealiio/ liulur, , , you simply cut ilium do easier, wlien you enjoy dflinou* (vitamin fortified) AYD8 c;mdy before meal* At«olutf!y ft? i£ik> > '<il!'*AVu!t'*V > iu«'li C*nily Hf luHr.g I'lan. Meetings A series of parties are being Biv- families at Hotel Noble In Jones«n' played the traditional "Wed- March". Iroin /'Lohengrin.:'.., She wore a light beige gabardine dress-'with a corsage of mixed sweet- j>eas jmd toth vocalists .wore: dresiei of light blue crepe. Miss Barber's dress-was of terown and white print silk. ' Miss Ethel ;-,Roo.dner.,;w»s ,the bride's maid of honor. She wore a black erepe'dress with black ac- longtime' friend, Rodney Banister, wore' a'Hght'blae wool /gabardine suit t *!th .brown and white accessories. She carried a bouquet of Talisman roses «n<J her straw-hat had 'a brown crown with ^a white brim] ," "" ^ John T. Reeder, student at scho61 in Washington, D. C., was his brother's best man. Usjiers were I,; Q. Thompson;Jr. and jClarcnce Moore. ' ImVnedlately following the cere- tn | s t ime . eu for the bride-to-be. Miss Pat- lioro. Wins Jr. High Honor At Nashville Academy Maureen Norris mnde the highest scholastic rating In the junior High graduating class of St. Cecilia^ Academy, Nashville, Tenn,, trom which she received her eighth grade diploma Friday in exercises attended also by her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. . She received several other honors, having been chosen by the faculty [ to write the play which comprised t the program for graduation ' exer: clses. With the title "A Pause for the 1 Past," the play was made up of 3 songs readings an<l other specialties woven arountl a story in keeping • with the 150th birthday celebration VIrs. Fowler Hostess • To CBC Club Members Mrs. Lcmlemite Fowler wi hostess Friday night to membe of the CBC Club nnd nnath gucsl, Mrs. H. n. Reid. A new member present was Mi Leon Schcrcr, who won high KCO prli'.e in evening rook games: Se ond high went to Mrs. Reid at rooko to Mrs. Fowler. Observe Anniversary Friend;; In Pemlscot County, M will be intcrtested to learn of t golden wedding anniversary of, IV and Mrs. John P. Cassidy; ob'ser cd May 20 with a church ccremo In Fullerton, Calif., where th American Legion Auxiliary meeting tomorrow night, $ o'clock, for business session, at The Hut. Board of Stewarts of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting tomorrow night at the church, 7:45 o'clock. West Walnut, have returned home after spending three weeks vacation at points In California, in Lo- HONORABLE DISCHARGES James W. Boren of Dell lias liocn discharged from the Navy at the separation Center at Mill- lite ton. He is a. veteran of 25 months service, of which 19 months were In the Pacific Theater. Comma Events TUESDAY Mrs. niley B. Jones hostess to mebbers of Tuesday Bridge Chib at her home in Manila. Mr.s. J. Fnrrls McCalla entertains Double G Club. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Bridge Club guests of Mrs. Cleo Lanijston. father, Henry Thompson, of Memphis, and Mrs. Thompson. Max Gill of Detroit. Mich., is here as guest of his mother, Mrs. L. O. Gill, 411 North Sixth. Mrs. J. O. Lowe and son, Jerry inita, they were guests of Mrs. nave returned from Harrison, Ark the mony a receptum was held" ' In charge of the program. Mau- .The bridegroom's-Jnothef, dressed rcen was presented to the audience in white shariskin -with a shoulder. an( j A i m took part, as cllcl all mem- cqrsige of, red roses, headed th? bers ol tlle class. which embraces the American Col- ture , bridal coujjle, The cake »as decor»ted with repUcas of light pink and around '-the "base were carnations Wftite candles in triple crystal with other national music groups. This was for the elementary class of 1946 and means that she now is. a member of the National Fraternity of Student Musicians for one year. :iow make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Casnicly formerly lived in Pcm- Iscot county. At the close of the morning worship service of the Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Cassidy came for- ird to the strains okthe;Wedding arch' from "Lohengrin" and re 1 ncwcd their wedding vows. Their attendants were their four nnd two daughters, and granddaughter and great-granddaughter were flower girls. A reception was held In the afternoon at the Cassirty home. At The Hospitals ntythcville Hospital Admitted: limn to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, city, a son Saturday afternoon. Annabel Smith. Luxora. Jim Milhorn, city. Evelyn Brackin, city. Mary Williams, city. Dismissed: Gary Lynn Ellis, city. Mr.s. Robert Mny, Steele, Mo. Linda Griffin, city. Cnmille Robinson, city. ,. t Mrs. Eutran Hinson, Huffman! Mrs. 11. 13. Rash, Cooter, Mo. H, R. Kent, Armorel. Walk Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Ed Craig, Rt. 2, city. Mrs. O. L. Holdman, Caruthersville, Mo. Mrs. L. E. Buys, Moon's brother, A. B. Smith, and Mrs. Smith, and in Van Nuys, guests of another brother, J. P. Smith, nnd Mrs. Smith. They were guests of Mr. Moan's relatives, Mr. and Mr.s. IJoy .Sutherland, nl nur- bank, and Mr. and Mrs. Arch Beckcs at Wasco. They visited the Capistrana Mission nt San .hiau nntl were guests nt social affairs at Long Bench nnd Lngunn Beach. Bobby McDnnlel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDanicl, 710 Soulh Lnke, is improving following an operation performed after he broke his left arm Friday while playing. Mrs. Fred Copclantl i.s recuperat- ng at her home. 915 West Walnut. •Ing a tousilectomy performed it a Memphis hospital. Mrs. Bit craigh is undergoing •online treatment at Walls Hospital. Jackie nnd Y Tlruce Thompson, sons:of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson Jr., are recuperating from ton- sneetomics performed at Walls Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Miller went to Memphis last night for the wedding Australia carry their nesting materials with their tails. )EAI THE IEAI When hot weather brings out excess ekm moisture, often tho canso of hervt rash, eootho the Htlng and burn of this skin irritation with Meiaana, medicated poivder, which forIUH a protect! va coat on irritatciJ ski ii* Soothes ha by'a* ttiniMir roah. Get Mexao Holland, .Mo. Mrs. E. R. RlggS, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. Raymond Bomar, city. where tfco ywerc guests five days of the Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley. | Mrs. Lowe was.guest at numerous social affairs in Harrison. Mrs. B. E. Huhbs has as her guest Miss Dorothy Hubbs of San Diego, who from here will go to Tulsa, Okla., to visit other relatives. B. B. Goodman has gone to Hartford. Ct., to attend an insurance school. One-fourth iOf the habitable land on earth is controlled by Great Britain. Tills Great medicine Li /amous to relieve pnln, nervmis distress ana wenfc. 'drained out' restless feelings, of 'certain days'—wlien tine tofulic- tionnl mouthly disturbances. (^"Audrey McCall, city, •>5 Je'aiiette WsV-"wiiilt«r, Manla. Come In and See the Bridge and Party Favors Priced from 50c up GIFT SHOP 103 East Main KIRBY BKOS. 1>KUG STORE FOR SALE One Highly Pedigreed Pekinese Dog Year Old — Color Fawn Wonderful Pet for Children CALL Paul P. Phillibers Phone 150 STKELfi, MO. couMum holders lighted the rora. Presiding at the table were Miss Hop« Whitworth, Miss Blllve Jean Abbott and Mrs Gilbert D Ham mocf Jr Immediately after the ceremony the bride and-bridegroom left on a wedding trip after which they will makp their home at 512 South First, Among those present for the wed- ding- were Mrs Maggie McC!erkln| to be erven Friday night by i of Corinth, Miss Miss Bunnj Blsh- ' recn Norris and Gary Mason op of Kansas City Mo Mr anj'he younj 'teen age group. Mrsj Charles Wood of Jone boro | T >'e affair, to be at, The Hut. is Mr •and Mrs Alvie Moore of Para '» honor of their graduation from gould and Thomas Moore who re ] Junior High School. Gary having 1 '- ' • - ---' Maureer. at Nashville. Cary is son of Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Piono Recital Heard In another recent activity of the .- . , school, she was a dancer in the Yesterday at LUXOFO Mny Day festival. » • • Dancing Party Planned For Young Teen Group Invitations' will uc issued within a short time for n dancing 'party given Friday night by Mau- cenUy.Jwrlyed home from the Navy graduated here and v St. Cecilia Academy, Mason and Maureen is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanniel F. Norris. Irene Tinker Wed To TKbnuis Harcfin M'Jl-tS* 11 * '/P nke fi daughter of Entertains Friday Mr jad, Mrs, H^ •£., Tinker, 311 . , SouH*-*Bivis*oh ititc&mt the bride] .Maicia Lou McGregor, assisted of TtwrtiDs C Hantln, son of Mrs by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sue ttaffiin.ol, Qel3, In a ceremonj McGregor, entertained Friday night Pa'a)»l»y. nigbt-^^lbe home ol at their home, 315 South Divisioi the «»jH-<B»tes «urdy on La Its with a party honoring Margery '" " *_' I Newman of Riplcy, Tenn. jjastor of; The guests spent the evening playing games and later were served refreshments of ice cream am cookies. The home was decorated with Summer ilowers. ' LUXORA, Ark., June 3.— Miss Vir- gjnia Bowcn presented a piano recital featuring the works of Frederic Chopin in the Luxora High School auditorium Sunday afternoon. 4 o'clock. Miss Bowen was assisted by Miss Patricia and Miss Carolyn Child of BlylhcvUle. The following program \viis rendered: "Military Polaualso", "Vfvlse in C Sharp Major," "Symphony lit B Minor" (with cull Dcis-Schu- :crt; "Revolutionary Etude." "Withes Dance," McDowell; "Nocturne Op. 48 No. I"; "Kamcnnol-Ostrow"; Gordon Hammock, city. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Gunter, city, a son, yesterday afternoon. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rn- mey, city, a daughter Saturday afternoon. Dismissed: ' Jackie Thompson, city. •• Bruce Thompson, city. Birdie Cannon, Tomato. Bobby Joe Orick, Steele, Mo. Felix Howell, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Floyd Crawford, Maiden, Mo. O. E. Stewart. Rt. 2, city. Mrs. M. H. Flowers, city. . . Polonaise in A Flat." Miss Patricia Child played a piano solo "Witches Dance" nnd Miss Carolyn Child played "Kanennoi- Ostrbw" ami they also played a duel Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony.' Lake-fitmeV Mrthnrlltt church officiate* «t the-ritaabie ring cere- rnony™^' lit»s the v. MK) Mr M,?: Charles of Miss Rose Katzman of Memphis and [Melvin Lapidos. of Osceola. Miss' Jessie srite hns been in St-hLouis on n buying trip for the JoA I Isaacs Store. •vMrsi' Eunice: Young ' has been Pcg'gy Sue Hawkins, Sikeston, Mo. \ in-'pt. Louis on a buying trip for Charles Robinson, Braggadocio, Applebaum's Ladies Toggery. Mo. ' , Henrj' S. Thompson Jr.. son of ,Irs. Pleas Ynrbro, \s visiting his COOKEFA FINE DINNER; THEN THREW IT TO DOG One lady recently stnteti that she iqd to <tlux)w. hsr own dinner to the clog most of tlie time. It made her sick just to look at anything to eat. She was swollen with gns, fnl! of bloat, had headaches, felt worn out and was badly constituted. Finally she pot INNER-AID and' says she now cats everything In sight and digests it perfectly. Bowels nrc regular and normal. She is enjoying life once more and feels like "sonic other woman" since inking this New Compound. INNER-AID contains 12 Great Herbs; they bowels, clear gas from stomiich, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different nil over. So don't go on suffering! Get INNER- THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner tntram Bide. 'Fhone SZ7* Dr. J. L Guard Optometrist GUARD'S JEWELRY 2G9 W. Main Read Courier News Want Ads. Liquid CAPUDINE Complete Outfits fur the Little Stranger ami (or Little Folks up to 6 ycara Choose Your Reading Krom Our Well Striked LKNDING IJBKAUY TOTSHOP Phone 2308 105 Soulh Second During Summer Months This Store Will Be Closed All Day Wednesday June - July - and August W B= 1-CrVD A,*i MITELS -&MOE »- . Phone 2741 Ritz Theatre Building uad ", pf honor von R k with bco«r> 8. Her csrsage with'an in-]| ."Irtettfc and I hone 508 Madf-l| lira. Hfenttn w*i graduated from BlpttievUte JBgfc -fichobi and 1* annoyed •* • Beuthwalern • Bell Te»pbone O*m»«ny. ' lie w« graduated from Dell B)«k> School »n4 .wiw <U»thargtf* in ffebrmry tnn the Army. Mr. mtttto has farming -interests gt , 9* ' ""'•' CLEANING SERVICE THE KIDNEYS You'll Like Our 8-HOUR It is Geared to Meet Your Emergencies Remember. . . Better Cleaning Costs No More HUDSON Ho Repair Shop Changes Ownership CLEANER CLOTHIER TAILOR 320 Wtst Main St. Blythevilk, Ark. Phone 2612 Felix Carney has purchased the City Radio Repair Shop formerly operated by J. H. Flowers at 324 E. Main Street. Mr. Carney will assume active management of the business. The new firm will feature radios and household appliances in addition to continuin the radio repair business. RADIO REPAIR Felix Corner, owner 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 Due to Remodeling and Redecorating Operations The Blue Room Will Be Closed Until Further Notice HOTEL NOBLE Continuous Shows Eveiy Day Box Office Op«i* 1:4& LISTEN TO KT.CN :00 .i.m. 12:43 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Masquerade in Mexico with Dorothy J-arrwmr and Arturo de Cordova Cfli>tiuuous Showing Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday Thursday ami Friday Ziegfeid Follies with M-G-M Contract Players Selected Short Subject Continnons Showing Everyday Coming Soon to the Ritz: GILDA with Rita Hnyworth and Glenn Ford MISS SUSIE SLAGLE'S with Sonny Tufts & Veronica Lake SARATOGA TRUNK with Ingrid Bergmann &; Gary Cooper FROM THIS DAY FORWARD with Joan Fontaine & Mark Stevens THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S With Bing Crosby & Ingrid Bergmann Matinees Snt. & Son. Only P.nx Office Opens G:3«; Show Starts 6:-15 1'. M. Each Evening Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 ('<r;i(inuo:js Shnwv Kill, and Sim. Bargain NiAhl Kvery Night Kx«pl Saturday. ^o parses honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Last Time Today Marriage is a Private Affair with T.nnn Turner and John ITvdiat Fox News .V Scleclert Short Snh>-r (?ont'd. Shows Sun. 1:15 to 11 TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY Dragon Seed with Katharine Heplxirn and Walter Hoston Selected Short Sab)ect« e *

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