The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 18, 1946
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I"WU BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 194G Helen Anders Bride Of William 0. McCoy •In a double ring candlelight ceremony l«t: nlght^t jiK^r^ Mbtrty Bapilst Church, Mi»s pelen of An»pf«l «n<i:' iSnyd?r, the bride of William Q. McCoy of Fjippin. ; ' •,; > \ ".•''";•,"."' '. She Is the (Uiwhteii- of th« R« T Anders of Snyder, formerly ot Bur- dettc, and Mr. McCoy is son »' Mr. and Mrs'. Floyd McCoy ot Hlp- pin. • -.- : '';• ':• ; ' The .R*v.i ; p. 'G. iMiltor, piistor, performed' the ceremony In" Ihe presence ol, friends and relatives 6j the brtie afid bridegroom. Forming a setting for the wedding party were floor baskets of whli'1 ' gladioli with fern and. burning candles in floor candelabra; These formed a semi-circle around ',he altar, on which was placed a while silk prayer pillow.. Candles were • lighted by Mtes Jessie Qlenn : <-TomHn of Blytheville and Misi' Frances .Long of New Liberty. Miss Tomlin wore a while gabardine dress with white lace trim. Her accessories w«r« in green and shei wore a corsage of pink carnations. Miss Long's dress in pink and black and. she wore - ' • corsage of white c»tna- Carlos Deal To Wed Maiden, Mo., Girl In a wedding ceremony tonight. I o'clock, at the Presbyterian Church 01 Maiden;'Mo.. Carlos Ural of Blythevllle will wed Miss Mills ol Maiden. Those in the wedding party will Include Sam C .Owens of Mythe- ville, who will serve as best man, mid T. H. caraway, who will be nn usher. Sue and Lue, twin dnugU- ters of Mr. and Mrs. Owens, will l>c the flower, girls. A .number of other Blytlie7l!le friends of Mr. Deal plan to attend Hie ceremony, Including Roluncl Rounsavlllc, Billy Eldrldge, Tomw Little and Elmer Slone. Following Ihe v, f cd<lins;. the con- pl e will take n wedding trip to the Oznrks and return to make their home on Ash Street. Tile bride-elect wns EracliiaUcI from Maiden High School and attended University of Chicago. POI the past several moiilhs. she lias done secretarial work nt the university while attending school. Mr. Deal was outstanding in athletic circles here, where he attended Blythevllle illjh School be!o:-L entering the Army Air Corps. HI tame Life Discussed y Rev. D. B. Blcdsoe Poor and weak home lite mean-; ow moral life the itcv. U. B. Bledsoe, associate pastor of First Japtlst chitrchj totd members ol the Woman's Missionary Society ol he church yeslerdi:y afternoon at a shoulder tibns- ' ..^:-. -• / A prograni of music wis presented by Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, pianist, and Mrs. David King, vocalist. Mrs. Stephenson 'played traditional wedding marches',;''Bridal- chorus;' from ••Lphenfcriri*'by Wagner ind "Wedding .March'" from midsummer Nlghfi Dream" by Mendelssohn, she" accompanied Mrs. King when sKe'.'sang "At Dawning" and "I Love YouTruly- The piahlst wore a brown and white floral bemberg dress and Mrs King's dress was of navy blu3 was graduated from BHS in Jau- lary or this year following his discharge from service. Sind; his graduation, -lie Ha: attended University of Mississippi Oxford, where he is studlni; phir macy. He plans to continue 111. education i',ioic next Fall. The bridegroom-eject is n veteran of three years service in the Air Corps, of which 18 months were in the European Theater. He participated In a number of missions over Germany, serving as a radio operator. He made his home here with creoe Both wore white carnation his uncle nnd aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Owens, 215 East. Kentucky, belorc entering service. corsages. , Miss Vanita Campbell was '.D« bride's maid of honor. She wore a printed crepe dress with a corsage of pink carnations and wnl'-u accessories." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore « powder blue marquisette-with all-.over white embroidery arid a sweetheart heck- line. She wore- a single'.strand of pearls and a corsage of plnlc roses with gyyr*ophilla. she carrieQ » white Bible. Rondney.Anders of Osceola, mother of the bride, served Mr. Mc- Coy'as best man. Walter Antlers of BlythevlUe, brother of the briile, and.Wendell Harris of \Vilson, bro- lher r Vn-law, were ushera. Following the ceremony, the COU T . pie left for 'a wedding' trip I" Branson, Mo. In the Pall, they vrtU go to Fayettevllle, where ho plans lo re-enter University of Arkansas. ''•'•-.• The bride attended Arkansas dtate College, Jonesbpro before entering "university o! Arkansas. There, she received a bachelor of scl degree in home economics, some! time, she ?> as *?* eu a " 'structor at Armorel School. • Mr. McCoy attended the University prior to entering the Army A'.r Corps. He is a veteran of nine months service In the Southwest • Pacific Theater. • Other out-of-town guests included Miss Cora Bell Rogers of Reiser,'Miss Annie Ruth Samples ot Earl'e, M'ss Elvira Sellers of Hardy; Mr. - arid Mrs."- Albert Banks, Mr. and'MFS/ •<?•'• F- ?«"*? -and Mrs, Leofia Forrester, all of Whitlon; Mr >'.and -Mrs.; W, T. Toole, Mrs! Rodney Anders and son, Don Ray. and'Mr. and Mrs. Roland Anders of J5sceola; Wrs. Wendell Harris and-"«oi>, Lendell, of \Vilson; Mrs. Howard ?Bpwen : .of • Lu)i#ra; Mrs. Charlie Hicks of Belleville, Mich : ; theiRev. and Mrs. Anders nnd and'Mrs. McCoy. . YWA Meeting Held In clIscuMina his subject, "A Gallon's Morals." the Hcv. Mr. sOL' ^fc.iid ''A nation's uio,r«I'i can be tinced 'hack . lo the home. Public; .schools / r diitl ^uirchcy cftr.- lot be expccteVi to' sic.) in :uul do for the child that which shouM ly hn\'o been dono by parents." "We need n return to the Slfih coimniindinent." the speaker sal'l. 'We ncctt pnienLs who are worthy to be olwyed iind liolored. Parents, nntt they alone, ure decoiintabio lo Ooc! for lenchlng the first principles of obedlt'iico. A person is fidly free only when he is langhi, obedience and respect for others," he added. Tlic Rev. Mr. Blcdsoe toki tlio {;ronp thnt nioi'nl conditions of Jniliid diirtiia the rclan of u/nlali were contrasted with conditions in this country today, with emphasis on the dellncpicncy, drink an'd <lis! - espect Tor authority. The Hoyal Service program, of which Mis. C. E. Kdds was in charge, was cntiticd "Living up Id Our Moral Standards." Mrs. Marvin Criltchden spoke on the "Met and Unmet Community Needs in Helalion to Work Done by the Department of Public Welfare." As another part of the program, Miss Mary Ann Parks presented a vocal solo, "Jesus calls U.S." accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart. Mrs. Marlon Williams gave the devotional, taken from , the fifth hapter of Matthews. Mrs. H. H. Brooks, president, Dpenccl the meeting and Mrs. Ebb laison led the opening prayer after group singing of the WMS \yrnn. Mrs. Brooks dismissed the group with prayer. Hosts With Picnic liiyant and Bill Stewart, sons or Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Stewart, were hosts Saturday night with a picino supper at the Mississippi Hlvcr bank at Baifield. 'I'he affair complimented their liouscgiicsl, Wallace Grcenliaw oi Marlanna, student at, Arkansas Ktule College, jonesboro, wher« uoiu llryanl and Bill attend school. Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. Coirylhiis Modipger has Town and Country Hrld|;e club. Mrs. Neville lilakcmoro hostess to Friendly Hook Club. Entrc Noils Club meeting witi Mrs. JJaymond Sjnith. Alpha Bcla Hunco Club guests ol Mrs. J. T. Hlckman. PR 113 AY Junior Royal Association of Fir?' liaptist chui'cli meeting t-.l tl* church, :!::iu pm. Junior Fellowship of First Methodist church meeting at tho church, 5 p.m. Vacation Bible School To Hold Commencement Commencement exercises for sU::lenls at the Vacation niblc Kchool of First Baptist Church will ho held tomorrow night, 7,30 o'clock, al the church. The service will include a pro- Hi am of SOIUJK, memory work, playlets and pantomines, filven Vtndei 1 direction ol each department superintendent and her as- Klslt.nts. Hand work which has been done by thi! children during the school will be on display In each of thi: departments. General officers for the school, in .session since June: 10, were.Uic! IJev. K. C. Brown, pastor, the Rev. D. 1J. Bliklsoe, associate pastor, superintendent; Mrs. Ivan R. Vnnl'atten, general secretary; Miss Joyce Damon, pianist, and Mrs. 'led Kins. Mrs. Marvin Lane, Mrs. K. C. Brown and Mrs. Ebb. car- son, department superintendents. Girls Must Register To Attend Scout Camp Blythcvllle Girl ficouls interested in atteiulin- the ticout Camp nt Shelby Konesl of Kami) Kiwanl near Hardy may write for applications to j\fr-jsiphis, it was announced today. Applications to Kiwanl arc available only to registered Scouts who have attended there before, it was pointed out. At The Hospitals Blylhevllle Hospital Admitted: Mrs lilll Hardy, city. Oi.sniissrd: Mis. Coy Smitli, city. Juck'.o Ix-roy Martin, Ulvci, Mo DaloiM.i l!yr<l, city. Hobby iuqore, city. Mrs. An^elo Mauhalias. Hayti, Mo Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Karl Simmons. Rt. 2, city. Mrs. W. I. Mnllory, city. Mrs. P I! Austin, lit 3, city. Mike Richardson, Holland, Mo. Mrs. F.. L. Morgan. Caruthersvillc Mo. Horn lo Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W, Plana^Mi. city, a son early today. •(iiij'lc Tumor, Steelc, -Vto. Kj'jV.y Cullison, city. Mi.s. ,J. A. Ford, city. l!.u bnru Lee Graves, city. Memphis llaii'.ist IlfiE.jrita] Aiii< Itlcd: Mrs. W. W. Watson, city. John Eclrlnglon, Osceola. .Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Marjorie Mayo, Osceola. H. N. Swo.ii en [> en, city. C. W. Cowles, Osceola. Miss Inez Miles Wed To T-4 James Morris Miss Hie?. Miles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Norali Miles of Kclser, was niurrlccl to T-4 James Morris, ton ol Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Morris of Kclser, la a ceremony June 1 ut vlcksbiiru, Miss. They arc at home In Port Denning. On., where he Is stationed, following a wedding trip to Onlf- port. Miss. Rev. Brown Conducts Revival In Hughes Tlin Uov. E. O. Brown, pastor of First liiiplisl church, left yesterday for lluj;hrs, Ark., where he will ounduct a Uvo week cvnngelisth: meetin;; al First Baptir.t Church. Din-inn his absence., the Rev. D. B. .lllcdsoe, associate pastor, will speak at the services hero. Miss Aclallne Ust night to Lee was members hostess of the Young Woman's Association of First Baptist church nt the rhurch. Miss June Posey wns hostess. For the evening's prog mm, group had a Bible quiz. Refreshments were served. co- llie Osceola News Miss Mnrjorie Mayo Is In Memphis Methodist "Hospital, where she was to undergo n major operation today. Miss Mayo, who has numerous relatives and friends in Bly- thevUlc, hf\ s xirvdcruonc several op erations within the past sevcra mouths. Fat in- ^MODELS!! ^ 'This great medicine Is famous to relieve pain, nervous distress and wcnk, tired Iccllngs. of 'certain days' — wlien due to female [tmctlonnl monthly disturbunccs. Also «rent sto- rnnchlG tonlcl Worth trying! ^ WE RtCOMMpl . TRU-Att DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT AND - DIAMOND-SET WEDDING RINGS Wh«n you purchase a Tiu-Arl Diamond Ring you gel lupeilative diamond quoliiy — Hun. ning niounling — HLUS a free St-ivito and Trode In Guarantee Cerllfieolel On every count, Fru-Arl Quality li Kiyher Than Pnccl Pat O'Bryant IJcltcr Jewelry Main iiiul Second S(. Plume 32G1 Dancing Every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday MMslc by Duke Doy/ce Lee nnd his 7-I'iccc Hnncl For Reservations TWIN GABLES Mother's Friend massaging preps ration helps bring case and comfor to expectant mothers, M OTHER'S FRIEND, nn exquisitely pri'pacetl nnolUfiit, [it useful In n! conditions where ti lilnntl, inlltl nnodyn jnnssncD incdhun In r>l;in lubrication 1 dcslrctl. OUR condlMon in \vli!ch \vomci lor more thiiii 70 years have useil Vt I nn niipllcnticui for ninssaylnu the liod clxirhn; iircgtmncy .,. It helps keep Hi Ekln. soft nnd pliable ... thus avaldhi nniicccs5nry discomfort elite to dryncs. and tlnhtne.-is. It rcCrcsho.s nnd tones th inassr»R*np[)lication for tlic numb, tingling or burning sensations ot the £kltL..,for the liroil back muscles oncrmnp-llkB pains til tlic legs. Quickly nbftprbcd. DoH-htful to use. Highly TirJUitcl 'by users, ninny doctors anil Millions of bottles sold. Just ask ugKlst for Mothyr'K Friend—tho lolllent nnd lubricant. Do try It. Mother's Friend Relatives Return Home Following Funeral Out of town people here for the funeral of Mrs. J. M. Crouch urday afternoon have returned to their home. Mrs. Croucli died Fii- day afternoon nt Wulls Hospital. Mother of three sons. Webb Crouch of Savannah. Gil.. I'VanS C. Crouch of Aliceville. Alu., and K. L. Crouch, with whom she made her home here, the two sons from out of the city were here, aloiiK wltli''. her three daughters. Mrs. M. T. Williamson of Sherman, Texas; Mr:i, Rube Quails of Osceola. and Mrs. Mike Kimbell of Dyess, Matinees Si«. & Sun. Only Ilo\ Office Opens 6:30; Show Starts C:45 P. M. Kach Evening Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday a the Roxy. Tuesday & Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Pillow of Death with I,on Chancy Mr. Muggs Rides Again with East Side Kids Coming Soon tn the KHz: SARATOGA TRUNK with IngrI Bcrgmnnn & Gary Cooper FROM THIS DAY FORWARD wit Joan Fontaine & Mark Steven ; They're Here! MRS, DAY'S • Ideal Baby Shoes FAMILY Sl^cp Store Main'St f/tX/6/e Sha*tJk Oxfords Saddle Oxfords White Klk — Tan Saddle with ret! rubber sok>. Widths from AA toll $6.00 KEEP During June, J«Iy nnd August \Vc will l>c Closed All Day Wednesday M»on«2741 i M. » x -T Q a/ Ritx Theatre Building Remember Your Garden and Lawn Need Water Regnfor/y Too Yes, we know that 96 degrees in the shade is pretty hot. But you can get .relief in this sultry weather if you follow simple cooling methods. Cool off the atmosphere by watering the lawn and spraying the sides and roof of your house. Take gloriously refreshing and relaxing baths. Incidentally, while you have the hose on give the kids in the neighborhood a treat. Have them put on their bathing suits and sprinkle them with water. They'll love it—you will too. Distinctive and Unusual GIFTS for (he June Bride at tlie GIFT SHOP 103 East Main RITZ THEATRE Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday #/$#£*•:. •aemu Blytheville Water Co, BERNARD ALLEN, Mui«fer "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodityr ...set to the rhythms of ,\ your heart! Rr:..'jow Productions, inc., fnsentt WHS HENRY TRAVERS WILLIAM G ARC AN Produced and Directed by LEO McCAREY Play by CUDLEr NICHOLS Story by Leo McCarey BING'S 5 SONGS are sensalionol.' INGR/D SINGS I — it's vour newest thrill.'; Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Day

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