The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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PAGBTWO :~\. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1946 Coondl Meet Hdd At J. C. Ellis Home_ Mrs. J. C. Ellis Aid Mis"J~C. Ells "Jr., were hostesses yesterday afternoon »t, their home at Barfield to members of ,th« Woman's Council of First Christian Church. Mrs. M. Pltrslmmons led the mission pmrtrn, ••tttjed. "New Life in Africa.*- •--— ' " S. Balrd had as her subject Scradle of Religion" and Mrs. A. HLi-Weterikimp -discussed "For DisciJItes Only." Mrs. Albert Taylor had '{& same subject.- "In&pnrte^s.L For..\-th* ^.Present 1 ', were lbe-'subj*et» discussed by Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., and Mrs.'Rupert Crafton. .. , Mre. John C. McHaney-h«d as her 'subject '"What Price Day- breai?" Mre. W. D. Cobb had charge ol the worship- program with "Trail of Filth" as her topic. She was assisted by Mrs. L. L. Ward. . Tlie program was closed with , benediction and the hostesses served refreshments. Will Present Recital At Church of Nazarehe Miss Minnie'Lee Jones will present; her piano pupils In a recital Thursday night 8 o'clock, at the First Church of the Nazarene. RaV Morgan, baritone singer, will te afguest artist. , The class.of60students.wlll present a mixed program of piano duetj .trios and solos. Those participating will be Jerry Fra'nknm,- Erlene Wade, GeraWine Pierce,. Betty Dyer, Patsy Jean tit- ley, Joe Young, Betty Haynes, Emma • Jo Perkins, Sylvia Moody. Chafles Prankum,-Ella Mae Dlxon Erleoe Young, Mary Ann McLeocl, Russell Eaton,-Hope Young, Mtlilred Meaflor, Efby Lynn Hodge, Ann White, Louise.' Sullivan, Charles Langston Jr., A. B. Hodge, Mom Joy Galnw, -Vernell O'Neal. Ger- 1 tnidfe Jefferies, Mary Francr>.< Crawford, May Nelson v Pa'ula Covlngton, Ernestine French." Shirley'Fulgham, Warren : Moxtey, Pat Henry, Gena Lou Gaines, Patsy 'Haynes, Annie Louise HanjJley, Lottie 'Pearl Stilwell,' Dollie Thompson., Lepna. Sample, BCttj Caldwell, • Billy Haynes, •_• Virginia ' Marln, Jerry Wall, Bertha Ann Gair)es, Barbara Pruitt, Margery Cagle, Peggy Van winkle, Dorris Stone, Maurine Skelton, Joyce Bar ger,'Jackie James and Billy James * . • •' • • i Baptist Women Meet AtXhurch Yesterday The Woman's Missionary Socict of x FlISi;JftPttet Churrtynet at th church yestiVday ^"flSternoon : for regular ~business -session,- TSe meeting opened with repeating }he watchword and WMS hymn, followed with prayer by Mrs. Morion WilHams. ? ~t •>. • Announcements ^were^ rharle by Mrs? Brooke^- and "a prayer> leu Mrs.' Walter Bishop. Mfs. Brooks gave the devotional, "Moral Standards," wltrT4hc ,scrlp- ture i taken from the Book of phH- hpians. . ;•' ' • Mfs. Ebb Carson closecT':the -meeting -with prayer. GEO Cliib Entertained By;Miss Vera Goodrich Miss Vera" Goodrich was hostess . last f night at the Goodrich home, 1101 Chickasa»ba, to members of the ; GEO Club and other guests. These^ were Mrs. Kendall Berry, Miss June Gosnell and Miss June Wesleyan Guild Meet Held At M. E. Church Plans for the Wesleyan Guild district meeting, to ue held here June 30, were discussed last night at the Wesleyan Guild of First, Methodist church meeting nt the church, •It was announced that Mrs. Effle Rogers of Newport, district supervisor of the organization,-would preside. The convention will be at the First Methodist Church. A shower was given for Mrs. Jack Biship, whose home recently was .damaged by fire. A guest at last night's meeting was Mrs. W. A. Sttckmon. The recreation room where the meeting was held was decorated with bouquets of hydrangeas. Daughter Named The daughter bom Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rnmcy has been named Judy Annette. The baby, born at Walls Hospital, is daughter o( the former Miss i Mildred Hood. work and Miss Bright, to visit hprj pn rents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright, Elevenlii and Willow, is to begin work In the junior class. Mrs. Margaret Gray Crowdcr Is in Denver, Colo., for ti visit with relatives before going to Los Angeles, Calif., where she plans to '.js employed. Her sons, Illll and Hub Ciowder, mo guests of her parents, Mr; and Mrs. Ira Gray, 403 North Fourth, but plan to join Ihelr mother later. Mr. nnd Mrs. J.' L,, Nabers and daughter, Miss Mary Jo Nabers, 1032 West Walnut, nnd Miss Rosemary Johnston, 1016 West Main, are vts- itlng in The West. The Nabers family Is visiting relatives of Mrs. Nn- bers in Houston and Gnlveslon, Texas, nnd Hobbs, N. M., nnd Miss Johnston accompanied them to Houston for n visit with relatives. They plan to be away several weeks Mrs. A. J. HipliJn had as her weekend guoAUt her sons, Muira> and Glenn Harrison, and families' lennlngs, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. lolden to Ardmore for a visit. The Jennings made their home in Ard- nore before coming to Blythcvllle Juanda Wilson Bride Of Bassctt Resident Mr. nnd Mrs. lister E. Wilson, of Osceola, have announced the marriage of tlu-li 1 dmiBlitcr, Miss jimu- da Wilson, to Archibald S. Catch- Ings Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. cntfhlngs of Uassett. The wedding was solemnized May 4 at Hie parsonage of the Methodist church in Hcniiindo, Miss. Tlie bride wore a Capri original with Recla's Beauty Parlor In Osceola. Mr. Bowles has been employed at Loy Elch Chevrolet Company In Blytlieville. Mary Jane LaRue Wed To Sergeant Nichols few years 'ago to make their frock In arniiucrcps trimmed with aome. , crystal buttons and a shoulder cor- Mrs. Charles Langston and son, sago of red rosebuds. Her picture Charles, have returned home from ["at wus of white lace straw Louisville and Bowling Green, Ky., \ihcre they were guests of her mother, Mrs. Beulah Duke, and Mrs. A. F. Webb. Miss Shirley Barham has arrived home from Fulton, Mo., to spend the Summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barham, 1308 Hearn. Miss Barham -was a student at William Woods College In Fulton . Miss Jane Castllo is home to spend th e Summer with her parents, Mr. B03 West and Mrs. Garth Castlio, Ash. She was a student at University of Arkansas, Fnyette- vllle. Mr. Bits of News Mostly Personal J. E. Hnlsell underwent an op- ration today nt Walts Hospital. His ondition is satisfactory. Condition of Paul Byruni. who nrlerwont an operation at Wall-, fospitnl, Is MitLsfsictory. Mrs. Bess Proctor, formerly of Blythevillo and now of Little Rock, slowly recovering from several nnjor operations performed reccm- y at the Baptist Hospital there. She "xpects to be moved this week to her home, HOO'/j Gaines Street, Litle Rock. Nicky Wceclman, son of Mr. and Ars. Harry Wcedmnn. underwent .1 tonsilcctomy today at Walls Hospital. Miss MclVm Joyce Freeman of Houston, Tex., is In Blytlieville visiting her cousin, Miss Pcegy I-Vcc- man, nnd parents, Mr. and Mr.s D. C. Freeman, 413 North Broadway. She plans to be here two weeks. Miss Zada Smith, 110 East Davis, is able to be out after having be-jn ill the past week of tonsilitls. Miss Elsie Mac Dycus of Sleele, Fred Pipkin nnd her daughter, Mrs. Leonard n. Phillips, and Mr. Phillips, all of St. Louis. Fred Pipkin remained here for a visit with his mother and another of Mrs. Pipkin's sons, Edward Lee, accompanied his brothers and sister back to St. Louis for a visit. Mr. nnd Mrs. John W. Mister nod" Uvo-Hionlh-old son, Johnnie, left yesterday for Pocomoke City, Md., where they will make..their home. They had made their home here vvltli.Mrs. Mister's ..parents, Mr. and Mrs.' Hurvcy Morris, 1138 Hearn, since-'Mr. Mister wris discharged In the Tall from military service. Harvey Lynn Morris, student at Hentlrix College, spent the weekend with his pnrents nnd.fam- ily. He cnine especially to be with lis sister before she left for Pocomoke City. Mr. ami Mrs. John F. Fields hnve as their gnost her mother, Mrs. M. B. Vondeiau of Helena. Mrs. Von- clerau came by plane to be with Ihe Fields n few days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Holclen' of Arclmore, Okla., have returned to (heir home after linving been the guests hore of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings nnd family at their home, 210 South Division. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jennings' daughter, Miss Grate Jean and niul her accessories \vnrc In black white. Miss ISPtty J° Woodward was the Mr. and Mrs. Dyess announce their daughter, W. C. LoRuc of the marriage of Miss Mary Jane bride's maid of honor. She wore!couple. a two-piece suit of pink wool with' LnHue, to Sergt. Lynn Nichols, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Nichols of Steele. The wcddlni; was solemnized May 22 at the Assembly of God Church In Dyess by the Rev. Roy Shen-lll, pastor. Following the ceremony, a supper was given at the church for friends and relatives of the bridal mimeographed newspaper and also received the Latin medal for the highest grades in this subject. Patricia was selected to play Ihe piano selections for the processional and recessional of the academy's commencement Thursday. exercises hold Coming Events WEDNESDAY Town and Country Bridge Club guests of Mrs. Clco Langston. white accessories. Ben Duller Jr., was Mr. Catchings' best man. Mrs, Uatchlngs was graduated from Osceola High School and Mr. Catchinss was graduated from Columbia Military Academy, Lebanon, Tenn., and attended the University of Arkansas. He recently was discharged from service after 4U months overseas duty. and Mrs. L, A. Farmer of Poncn City, Okla., were guests here Friday night of Mrs. Farmer's sister, Mrs, Paul Pryor, Mr. Pryor and family nt their home, 1129 Ghlckasnwba. The Farmers were en route to Nashville for the graduation of their daughter, Miss Mti- ryln Farmer, from Wnrd-Bc-lmont College. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Rclchcl, 1201 Vest Hearn, hnd ns their guest during the weekend Robert Jaeger of St. Louis, candidate for graduation from Concordia Seminary at St. Louis. Mr. Jaeger also was guest of other Blytlieville people of the Pilgrim Lutheran Church here. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Kennedy and two daughters, Mary Margaret and Snllie Roberta, will spend the Summer with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Kennedy, In Kooskia, Idaho. They will motor to Kooskia. Rose Marie Kersey Wed to Eryin Bowles o r ° Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kersey Osceola liavc announced the marriage of their daughter. Miss Rose Marie Kersey, to Linvillc Bowies, son of Mrs. Krvin Bodies of Bassett. The wedding wns solemnized May , Ifi at the Methodist parsonage in i Hulbert Ark., by tho Rev. Mr. liar-1 rison, pastor. Both were graduated from Dycss High School and prior to her :nnr- riagc, Mrs. Bowles was connected Mr. and Mrs. Nichols will make their home in Steele following his discharge from the Army. They will make their home in Fort Lewis, Wash., while he Is stationed there. Child Sisters Win Honors At Academy Carolyn and Patricia Child, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child, received several honors recently at Holy Angels Academy, . Jonesboro, where they were members of the sophomore class during the past year. Carolyn won first In the Arkansas state contest for writing the best personality column in a high school THK BEAUTY CLINK Margaret Ueen Smith, Owner Ingram Bid*. Phon« 3CT4 IN MOfORIAM In loving memory of our daughter, Mrs. Orn Lee Louis -Little, who passed away two months ago March 21st. Th c month of Mnrch to us will always be the saddest of the year. Because it to6k from us away a loving daughter two months ago A temperature below zero can mails. 140 degrees survived by Do you suite' MONTHLY This yrcat meiUctiio Is fautoits to relieve put", nervous distress niiU wettk, cranky, MniBi'eii out' fc-el- Ings, of snch dnys— when due to fe- mulc lutictlonnl monthly Uistur- bnnces Also fine r,to»uvc!itc tonic;! Mo., is spending two weeks herc. lo<la i'' tw o months of sorrow, lone- y.nnd blue. Life is so empty, Dear ' with Mrs. A. J. Wicker and Mrs. George Carney. Russell Campbell, 1301 West Hearn, was able to be out yesterday for the first time since critically Injured in an airplane crash Jan. 1. He is able to walk a little with the aid of crutches after having had both legs nnd both ankles fractured. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Hall and daughter, Llbby, ot Shrevcport, La., left .yesterday after having been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. LcRoy [Daughter without you. •••Yes, two months ago today dear daughter since you went so far away. God called you home. It was his will but in our hearts you liveth still. We'll never forget you dear daughter, the best friend we ever had. \v c feel so- very lonely. But why should we be sad? We know you are in Heaven why should we want to keep you here, where there is so much sorrow al- When bridge was played, high £core_pri2e.i-erit:to Miss Workman and bridge'to .Miss Gosnell. '- .'• The.- hostess "• served a dessert courserr," -. '" • ': . Hostess . M iss -Doris- Adalr was hostess last n«ht7Te "ffliahBers, of -tne Young Women's .Association of First Bap list Ohiwch.. - •.. , MiaSsTWair;*»s -m charge of the program, arid e«W of the 13 mem bers -aUtoding , look Ipart on 'th progrsmr- ••:-/•"- '^ ' Huddlcston, 1520 Chickasawba, for! though you were so dear[ weekend. The Hall fnmily re- ided here until several years ago, ,ir. Hall having long been conncct- d with Federal Compress Com- rany. Martha Huddlestoti, daughter of Wr. and'Mrs. J. LeRoy Huddlcston, 1520 Chickasnwba, is to return home his week from Brinklcy where she has been guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Huddlc- iton Sr., for three weeks. Miss Mnry Gray and Miss Frances Sue Bright will nrrivo home today "rom Memphis, where students at Memphis State College, for a visit with their parents before returning to Summer school there. Miss In our dream so oft we sec your dear face that smiles so sweet telling us not moan or weep for you are not dead, but just asleep. It was a love we will always cherish, a love that was honest ami true. And to us there can be no other just because there is no other like you. Dcnr Daughter, every clay we hope and pray sometime our J^ord wil find n uay that all ot us togethci will b c forever thoughout eternity Mother We wish to thank the kind doc tors and nurses and all of thi friends for all of their kind word of sympathy rendered in the ill Leaves Hair RADIANTLY ALIVE Immediately! 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Special Father's Day Offer 0—3x5 Portraits 1—8x10 Enlargement There is nothing that will thrill clad more Uinn n picture of the liaby, on his day, June IGth. Bring baby in now nnd we'll have Hie pictures ready for Father's nay. Phone 3208 for Appointnwnl O'STEEN'S STUDIO 115 West Main Street Tuesday and Wednesday Thursday and Friday Ziegfeld FoHies with M-G-M Contract Players Selected Short Subject Cnntinnon.s Showing Everyday Coming Soon to the Ritz: OILDA with Rita Hayworth rm-J Glenn Ford MISS SUSIE SLAGLB'S wilh Sonny TuflK & Veronica I,ake SARATOGA TRUNK with Tngrirt Bergmann & Gary Cooper FROM THIS DAY FORWARD with Joan Fontaine it Mark Stevens THE I3ELLS OP ST. MARY'S wilh Bing Crosby & Ingricl Berf;- mann Matinees Sat. <S- Sun. Onjy Box Office OTH-IIS 6:XO; Show Starlj 6:45 1>. M. Each Kveninr Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Kvcry Nrghl Kxeept Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at Ihe Itoy. 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