The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1946
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FACE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNK 12, 1940 Mis s iMedrith Hancock Wed to,Herbert Rowe Vrs Clyde Mlllei Hancock, ot Con way; announces tlie wedding oi daughter, Miss Medvith Han- ccck of Little. Rock, formerly ol Elylheville,- 1 -to Herbert Lee Rowe cf\le Rock, son 'of William David Rowe. of Eudora. • Tlic ' ceremony was solemnized in Hie i parlor of the'Second Presbyterian cliurch at .Little Rock f-undaj afternoon, June 9, by the, Hev. Ur. 'Miivio'n' A. ; Boggs, pastor, formcriy or, .Blj'thcvUlc. Mrs. Henry Karris of Litllc'Rodi was hi charge of .the music and Miss Jane McAdams, of Blythc- ville. «,as the soloist. Mrs. Harris and M iss 'McAdams wore-drcsses of blue crepTWir'wnicli'VtlVcy wore corf.iges of white gladioli. The 'bride, given in niarrln'gc by her brother. Orvillc W. Rancor!; | nt Comvay. wore a two piece afternoon dress of" aqua crepe designed I v;ith pleated skirt and jacket studded -.vith pearls. The Ions; sleeves i,l the jacket enoYrt at the wrist with shirring us did the waist. White ''rcpwisorles completed her attire. -She. carried .a white Bible topped -• wilh --a -purple throated orchid -fiftd jstcpKartotis. Mrs. 'iriionias- -R- Pinckney of ; , Ullle .Rock:-, served, trie bride as inatron^fiprfdnor. Ho£dress was a I two piece chartreuse ,"crl!p£. the' skirt of-which was pleated In front | and back,--the-' 1 jacket having., n square "neckline and' cap sleeves trimmed*^', in';, matching ' crocheted lace. Stie^ carried a bouquet <>.f salmon-arid :prchld'gladion tied. In £liade_s^of : 'grchld:_"Her-';a'cCcssortes were oK,ciffiUeuse, andS white.' 1 .: ThonVB$~-H;:Tinckney^scrvt<J • the LrUIcgroe^' £5'besrmnTi; The 'usher was D^'2sjSes .-'of': Lit.Ue' Hpck.. eeption'?was"'-held"-at- the home .of Mrs."BT:Si$ for 'relativbs/and intimatft ,frwu<is;,'6f- the "families. Miss "Francis -Barnes- of. Parkdale, Mfs.'Boyce A: Driimmond ot n_ i A. pi Little |toi:t. ; ?Vici;'.>ilss.:McAdnms UOOK /U U. airsistcd.'-'.in .tie -dljilrig, room:. Miss Polly Wilson, of Blytheville. was in chnnnipofTthe bride's .book. Th c jbriHip irid , bridegroom , will make bfe-eir-,- home at. the'Cannlta College Girls to Give Program These four yount' women from Phillips University, at the First Christian Church. Tliey tire Miss Belly SUBS, reader; Miss Evelyn I-MBU, vocal soloist; Miss Ilcnvannu H.moufC. piivnlst; Miss Ruth Ci.rroll, cornctlst. The nubile is invited, it was announced by ihe Rev. R. Scott unlrd, pastor. Mrs. Kirshner Reviews A. R. Meet entef 203 West -10th :St(;eet, s^'j^i^-'V ' For Business, Program M One met with Mi's. Ernest *.vith .11 me.nibcrs present ig one ne',v member, Mrs Hays Barber.' Mrsr Willinm Yomi; had charge ot the devotional ntu) program, "Carine for Others," u- kcn from the''Book of Isaiah. Thc Mrs. R. F. Kirshner reviewed '.he wok "Sophie. 1 HaJcnczik. American," >y Hose C. Field yesterday :>.t the uncheon mccLlng of the Charlevoix Jhaptcr, paughters of the Aiiieri- cau Revolnlitm, at Hotel Noble. • In the business session, Mrs. F, K. Joyner, recent, announced that Mrs. A. G. Little had been appointed by the Slate Heyc-nt as State Chairman for the correct use of the Flai;. Mrs. Little read the president's message ar.d presented Mrs. Kirsli- ner. Names of committee members to serve during the ensuing year were announced. Mrs. II. W. Wylle, Mrs. Repdrts of the Philippine .Sewing pii>jccl were made at each of ihe circle meetings yesterday af- Urnoori an<i last Anight of the Wo- an'u 'Auxiliary of First Presbyter- inn Cliurch. " ...,, Pm , Rllllu . rfor< , nn( , Mrs _ ,, F Tucker will servo on the yearbook committee: Mrs. Little and Mrs. \V. T. Obarst, scntpuuok; Mrs. W. A. Alflick. correct use- of the Pins; Miss Cordelia Wilhite. national iiis- torical muijaxine; Mrs. Cecil Wro- iou. filing and lending, fame .program toviic was used at .. . . . '. ^o^^ts^^aud £~EB'£? !£L* oicS' T r^,^S ii^rcr } Beasley gave the devotional .-.nrt| H - (1 Clo ' s - Ml! " Clco L proHrajn. ••- . " | Circle . Three, with 11 -.ncmbcrs. present, met with Mrs. G. W. Dil- Inhuuty. Mrs. \V. H. Klrkp.iiriok was co-hostess... Mrs. C. M. Bray, president of the Auxiliary, was a guest nnd presented the program. Mrs. Dillahunty gave the' devotional Fifteen members 'of the nig.'it circle 'met with Mrs. B. A. Bugt;. Mrs. Ebb Spradlcy gave the devotional' "Stewardship" and Mrs. Hugh' Hudson had charge o[ the program "What Do Presbyterians Bclievf?" , I Mrs. Bugg , spoke ot plans for completion o( Circle Pour Phil-1 ippine Sewins! project, of which she i '" Scents were «nV.-d a . |^_ of J«»«*o.-o. nicmUer of ««-i each session. WSCS Meeting Held At Van Winkle Home Mrs. Allen Vim Winkle. Mrs. J. A. Koimsnvilie ,1111! Mrs. W. W. M'> Ncl! were hostesses Monday nftcr- noou to members of Hie Woninn's Society qt.Chi-lstlnn service of Lnke Street Cliurch nl the home of Mrs. Vim Winkle. Mrs. Don led the program. "Tench Tliroiiuli Persona! Evangelism." Piu licipiitintj were Mrs. W. L. Green. Mrs. George Shanks. Mrs. C. T. Slmmlin. Mrs. J. W. Muloncy nnd Mrs. Bates Sturdy. The pvogrnm \vft.s conclucled with prayer by Mrs. Georue Crews. Mrs. SUKvell 'prcsirted at. the business Appears in Recital session. A new member attending was Mrs. J. W. Moore and two KUOSUS wen- Mr:;. Carl Hughes and Mrs. Frank Myers. During the social hour, the hostess served refreshments or a sandwich plali- with iced drinks. . Wood- Aubrey Ilowers; Mrs. Litllc, natluual defense: Mrs. O. W. McCulehen. inn- tion picture: Mr;;. Oberst, conservation; Mrs. Ch;i:los Penn. music nnd radio: Mrs. R. C. Rose, approvr-d srhnols: ?,!rs. M. O. Usrcy, Ellis Isl:uid: Mrs. Geur^T Pollni-k. Anu.-L'i- cairism and Mrs. Jnmcu U. Clark. Kcncolngiciil records. Reid Enlcrlains Officers Installed For Woman's Counci Among those in Nashville to al- atteiul the recital ^iven by Miss Glcntla Marie Maxwell of O.icoola at St. Cecilia Academy. Monday evening, and to attend the graduation exercises there Tuesday were ; Mr. and Mrs. It. I.. Maxv;ell. Mrs. I Etta Lowe. Mr. and 'Mrs. Monroe I Maxwell, of Osceola. and Miss Jim' inio Pearl Lowe of Memphis. Miss Maxwell, who has been at- teudlnij St. Cecilia for the past four years, received her hi'^h school diploma in music given by the National Guild of Piano teachers of the United States of America. This diploma entitles her to admission in any college,, university or conservatory in the United Stales. She plans to continue Her music studies at Cincinnati Conscrvmor;. While in Nashville Mrs. II. L. Maxwell was the micst of her nU'c?, Miss Etta Mildred Lowe, who is a nurse at the Veterans' Hospital, t.nd the guest of Sistei Ami Francis at the Academy. WMS Members Guests Of Mrs. Jernigan Tlie Woman's Missionary Society of Cfilvury Haullsl Church met yesU'rdav" alli'i'iiejim with Mrs. I'. H. Jeriii;:i", Ilith r:ii(l Chlekasaw- bn, for :i poyram session. Mrs. Vrrnon lioyd had charge ol lh< Homo Mission program, "Who Will Go?" She was assisted by Mrs. Jicrlie Van Cleve, Mrs. •Ilminv Uinsforil, Mrs. l)oylc Sanders [ind Mrs. liernicc Holmes. Mrs, Andrew Conicy gave the de- votloni.l, taken ','oin the 40tli clinrHcr oj Isalnh. The program was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Mrs, fiani McGee opened Hi? ineetln-; wilh prayer. HcfiTslimti'ts were served during the foi' hour Ihitt followed. , • • * i Miss Lavena Gardner ' Bride of Ralph Mann Mr. nnd Mrs. Kelly Gardner of have announced the mav- o[ their daiightei-, Miss Lavena G;iidiicr fif Keiser, to Ralph Mnnn of Hamburg, Ark. The wedding was solcnnilrad •June 1 in a CL'rcmony at the First Mnlliodisi Cliurch in Keiser. The Hev. I-liil.ey E. Vowel, pastor, purroimc'd tlie doul>!e rinff ceremony before a large group of relatives and friends. A piwrnm of nuptial music was presented by Miss Bernice L'ax- ztlle, pi.mist and John Woodard and Miss Audrii Harlier, vocalists. Tapers were lighted by Miss HcUye •Sue Cliudner, sislci' of the bride, and MI.-S .In Anne Ashley. .The bride, j-iven in marriage by her falli* 1 !', -.ujrc a tlressiiiaker sui of po r .uier hluf: wool guvbardine am white ;it:er s-^ories. She carried : \vhite pniyer Book lopped with n white orc.-hicl. Her :>nly ornaiiient was! a ^nld necklace wliich rvas v\orn by her mother in her wedding. Miss Frances Aslvtey or Keiser. ni£iid-of-lionor. v.oi-e a dressmuKer suit of Pink gnrb:irdinc wilh white accessor ! .','.'i aiul carrietl an arm bouciuet of white carnations. Ilaverne Crews and Mavalene Woodnrd were flower girls. Everett? Qurdncr, brother of the bride, served Mr. Mann as best man. Jatnes K. C;ar<lner and Ira Gene Ashley served as ushers. Following the wedding the couple left immediately for a wedditi: trip to lint Springs before going to Hamburg to make their home where Mr. '-Maim is in business wilh his father . At The Hospitals Illvthevllle Hospital Admitted: Mrs. A. E. Stout, Stccle, Mo. Joe Max Long, city. Mrs. H. O. Williams, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Jack Bowcn, city. Walls Hos|>JI:il Alma McDonald, Decrbig, Mo. Dyroii Moore Jr., HI. 3, city. Dismissed: Blllv Joe Hill city. Carolyn Clement city. Ann Kelllck, city. Joe Shanks Jr.. city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Christine Fisher, Osceola. T. M. Mullins, Osccola. Because of an ordinance which foibadc the stabling of horses within the city limits, elec'lrie. commercial vehicles began early In riew York City, in the year ol WJK. BEAT TTHE_ HEAT Are In Wedding Party The William and Winrord Wyatt Ca_mllir_ have returned home from Jonesbi>in where they wei'e in the wedding parly of William Winford Wyaifs sister, Miss Daisy Wyntl, lo Walter R. Dorrah of Nashville. Tenn, Mrs. William Wyatt was her iis- tcr.^ijT-hiw.'s bridesmaid and the tWftVbrothers were ushers: Mrs. Winfqrd Wyatt lighted candles and Ethel Jean WyatL was flower i;ii-l. William Wyalt Jr., was ring bearer. I T. If>< . l "C * Club 28 Supper Dance To Bft Thursday Night The^««ionthly supper dance of Chi!) -£fl will be held tomorrow f ^ nlKlit.j^ o'clock, at The Hut. I Host*.,.and hostesses tor the at-1 fair Wrtt and-Mrs. P. B. 1 Joy;i£r^*ir.~arid"Mrs. 'Mnx B. Hcl-l nnt Dr., .and. Mrs. Fred Child. Daughter Is Named The^daughter born to >Mr. "and Mrs. fta woltefs Sunday at Walls Hospital has been named Patricia Jean. L<T Their first child, she was named for'hcr 'mother, the former Miss Dorothy Jean Foster, daughlcr ol Mr. and Mrs. John Foster. Mr::, iliix 13. Reid w:ir, hoslcs.- with :; hmcheon yesterti.iy to incm- brrs 'ol tile Tuesday Bridge Cluo ni her iioir.e. GM West Main. gutst w as Mrs. Dixie Cr.v.s- of Joncsboi'o, member , wiicn she made her home ... I Ulylheville. | L.i:uti3co:i v ,a;i scr\rn nL small I -nbles and iM-.ui'aets o[ roses form|ed n' scum;; [o: the croup. Whin bridge played in tlw j nitesr.oou. fit^t prize went to Mrs, T-ioyc. Slickmon rintl second U) Charle.-i Crigscr. Officers-elcet of the Council of the First Cln'rcli were installed iti a service Monday afternoon in the sanctuary of ihe clmrch. Those installed were Mrs. Rupert Crafton, president. Mrs. .!. Creil Lowe, vice president; Mrs. \V. O. Cobb. secretary, Mrs. John C. Mc- llaney. treasurer. Mrs. K. M. Beck. World Call sccrelary and Mrs. V. O. Miller, literature chairman. Mrs. Russell Barham, retiring secretary, conducted {lie service, held before a worship lable centered with an opened Bible flanked on each side" with minimi; can- dles. | A at the meeting was Mtr>. Woman's' Barry Phillips of Pasadena. Calif., honscgiiCKt of Mr. ami Mrs. George W. [Jarham. Following the in.sialla- tir.n service, sin; was cnmplimcnlcd when Mrs. J. C. Ellis, retiring president, entertained the group with retiTshments at Hotel Noble. HERE'S AN EASY GUIDE TO QUALITY —iipn it in clioosinK aspirin. Million:! linvo found Kt. ,losc|)li Aspirin ilrpcnd- ubli! thrnil|;h tlio years for high qunlilj;, fa.^t nclion anil ] Cf-tjnoiny. Alvvny-i dc-mnml St. Joseph As]>ii in. wrjrlci's l:u[;- cst si'llcr at lOc. Sjive inoro on ItKl tab- lel .iize fui- -iijc. nearly 3 Uiblela foi- Ic. Complete Outfits for the Little Stranger and for Litllc Folks up to (> Choose Your From Our Well Slocked LENDING LIBKAKY TOT SHOP Phone Z308 105 South Second Read Courier News Want Ads. Jean's BEAUTY SHOP is dgain open for business in Manila, Arkansas. Open fro* 8 to 5. ( 1>pen nights by appointment. Phone 41 Of enduring quality sioo.oo Wo recommend Tru Arl Diamond Bingi. lor time kucps proving Tru.All Quality li VtigKer Than Price! Diamond Engogcmerxl ond Diamond-Set Wedding Ringi. / PAT O'BRYANT for licller .Jewelry Corner Mant nntl Second The Time - Saturday Night The Place-High School Stadium The Show-Continental Varieties READ THURSDAY'S PAPER for the Complete Details IT'S A DATE, FOLKS! C,c( Yiitn- Tickets at Kirby's Dru« Store Whcr* Your Flowers Arc—You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your '* . . remembrances sent, not just once, but ; month after month. Ask about, this plan. FLOWER SHOP We Dcllvrr J. •. <•!••) WtUUim, *wner You'll enjoy hearing Major Geren C. Roberts,' Evangelist-Chaplain U. S. Army, Services each evening at 8 o'clock. Morning services at 7 o'clock. Church Of The Nazarene First and Sycamore Ucv. F. W. Nash, Pastor rune in K L C N Sunday Morning 8:liO to !):00 o'clock for "Showers of messing" lirondcasl. If we sis to a Kno farm nialiu il investment owner. only when they Don't Forget Da Sunday, June 16th is FATHER'S DAY Vflwn warm wMlhor up- nets Iraby wilh BliriB'"« (Him of heat rush, Bjirinkm O]l Mexsiinii, tlio nifdi- caled jiomlcr, that niula and enothi'3 hrat tortureil Bkin. A fsiinily fnvorilo for •10 years. Kiufi il<-» "na Btinn uf minor skin rushes. Always uat foi Mciaatia. THK BEAUTY CLINIC Marcwct De«n Smith, Owner (nfram Bldf. Phone S214 For Your Stanley's Household Cleaning Chemicals, Furniture Cleaner, Window Cleaner, Woodwork Cleaner Call MRS. ALMA SCIIKKKIt Kesidrnce Plione 839 lONE'S Beauty Shop open in temporary Here are a few suggestions for his comfort In the middle of the huddle—the family problem—what to five Dad for Father's Day. A visit to LKMONS will solve the problem for you. 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