The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1946 · Page 4
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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY; JULY 3, 1940 French Girls Honored With Buffet Supper Mademoiselles Helene and Genn- nette Diihot of Paris, .Frtnce, were guests of honor last ''night at »n< al fresco buffet supper given by Bllllc Louise ai\d Mary Frances Qalnes In the yard of the country home of thflr parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaine«, on Promised Land Road. As a feature of tile evening, Mademoiselle Helene Duhot sang in French for the group. • The two guests of honor and their parents, Monsieur and Madame DU- liot will be entertained tonight with a supper party by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Monls. : The' Duhot family, guests of Mr. end Mrs. J, E. Neal at Yarbro, plan to leave tomorrow morning to return to Paris. They cninc to the United States for the wedding of their son, Henri Duhot, mid Miss Eldcra Neal, solemnized last Ssu- urday. Mrs. Scherer Hostess To CBC Club, Guests Mrs. Leon Scherer was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the CBC Club and two other quests. Mrs. Harry Bogrin nnd Mi'.s. E. W. Neal. /. The Scherer home, 131 Ensl Syc- 'ojnore, was riccoraterl with nr- rangeiuents of mixed flowers. When rook was played, hhjli score prize went to Mrs. Begun,• second to Mrs. Jimmy Terrell and rooko to Mrs. O. O. Elklns. The hostess served an Ice cream float". ' * • Son Born to Modingers •Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger Jr., 314 North Sixth, are parents of n. son born yesterday morning nt Memphis Methodist Hospital. The 'baby, their first child, has been nnnied Cornelius III, r "Xtrsi Modingcr Is the former Miss Helen Thompson of Morgiinfleld, Ky. Baptist SS Class Has Meet Last Night The Faliccha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church me I Monday night at the home of Mrs Archie Hays far a business and social session. •-•Mrs.- -James' Lunsford gave the. devo'donal .for ths 10 .members fvrtd u Eues^lMrs'-IIomer 'Besharse. . Refreshments- of pl^ and a beverage" were served. Relatives From Paris Attend Wedding Forrestal Views Atomic Bomb Test Officers Named 3y Legion's Auxiliary Unit Mrs. Marvin Lane was elected esldent of the American Legion uxlliary at 3 meeting last night The Hut. Other officers to serve are Mrs. . L. Halsell, first vice president; is. N. J. Humphrey, second vice resident; Mrs. M. A. • Middlnon. tcretary; Mrs. John Johnson, easurer; Mrs. Edna Russell, sei- eant at arms; Mrs. J. M, Cleveland, lEtcrian; Mrs. Joe Scurggs, chap- aln. Plans were discussed for the Aux. iary Convention to be held 1" ugust in Lltlle Rock. The newly- lected officers will be olowlng the convention, Aboard the U.S.S. Ml. McKinlcy al Bikini. Secretary of the Navy James B I'orrcstal. right, confers with Vice Admiral w. H. P.. Blnndy, ,Cpm- inniulcr of the Joint Army-Nnvy Task- Force One. (Joint Ai'iny-Nuv) Task Torce One Photo from NEA Telijphoto.) 'Give Us This Day Love of a French Ministry representative in Pur!* and a Dlytheville girl came to a happy climrfk here Saturday when Miss EKlom Neal and Henri Duhot were married. ^ At tho wedding luncheon at Hotel Ncble. following the ceremony, parents of the bridnl couple posed with them. Monsieur Desire Dnhol nnd Madame Uuhot, who came from I-iu:.s ior ih e wedding of the former Miss Neal whom they already knew, are shown to the left with her pr.rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neal, on the right. . Modemoisselles Helene and'Ocnnnette Duliol. in the lower photograph, admire Ihc handsome ring they nnd their parents selected tor Monsieur Dnliot to bring here when he came to ask her hnncl In manlage. A bow-shai:ed platinum mounting holds the seven solitaire diamonds, surrounded by 33 smaller stones.! Mrs. McCollum Honored WitH Party Last Night Mrs. Charles McCollum was complimented last night with a handkerchief shower by fellow members of the Phebeiin Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church. Mrs. Charles Rnzer and Mrs. Hnrvey Chapman were hostesses. Mrs. McCollum and three clitl-' dren will go to Houston, Miss., to join Mr. McCollum, who Is employed there, wlien living arrangements are made. The 20 class members and other friends of Mrs. McCollum gathered at the Razer home, 513 North Division, and from there went 'to ' the McCollum home at 517 North Division. Refreshments ot cold drinks were served..' •' Mrs. Taylor Hostess • To Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. Jesse Taylor was hostess yesterday with a luncheon to members of the Tuesday Bridge Club for the last party of the organization before It is disbanded (or the Summer. A guest was Mrs. John Allison of Chicago, vlsiling relatives In Blytheville. Forming a setting for the group, served at the dining room table, were arrangements of Summer flow ers.: In bridge games, high score prize went to Mrs. Doyle Henderson and second to Mrs. Max B. Y Craft Club To Organize Monday Night The organization meeting for the Y Craft Club, for Junior High and High School girls, will be hold Monday. n|ght, B o'clock, at the Y, Miss Alice Sullbn, program director, salt! loday. Officers will be elected mid complete plans for the course, which will extend for several weeks, made at this initial meeting. Proposed crafts which will be fitted Into the club program Include shell craft, block printing, cork and mat work, sketching, clny modeling, tie nnd dye craft and others. Gills Interested in membership should register at the Y, Cily Hall. It Is ex|)cctcri,-that regular meeting nights'will be Monday, from 8 to 10 ^o'clock. Adults Interested in the crafts will be welcomed into the club Miss Salitm snirt. Miss Jean Honey Bride Of St. Louis Resident Miss Jean Boney. daughter Earl Boney of Stcelc, Mo., nnd the Inte Mrs. Bones', became the bride of Bill Nunnery, son of Curtis Nunnery of St. Louis in a ceremony June 19 at Almeda, Calif. The bridegroom is stationed with the Navy at Treasure Island, where they will make their home until his transfer or discharge. Bits of News Mostly; Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Rosenthal will leave tonight for St. Louis, where they will be the jviests of •elolives. They plan to return Monday morning. Mrs. L. O. Gill, 411 North Sixth. iias ns her guests for two weeks her son, Lowell GUI, Mrs. Gill, and their daughter. Patsy, of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger. 10-15 Walnut, returned last night from Memphis, whore she went to be with Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger Jr., nntl infant son, born yesterday morning al Methodist Hospital there. Miss Maudlc Mortinger nnd her houseguest. Miss Jacqueline Dnfliilo of New Orleans, plan to go lo Memphis this afternoon to visit Mrs. Modlnger and son. Mr. Mo-' riinger who hns been in Memphis the past several days, plans to return home tomorrow night. Miss ElLse Moore, 100 Walnut, had as her guests yesterday her cousins. Miss Carrie Cooke njid Miss Flora Cooke of Memphis. Mrs. Wlhnti Mick and two daughters, Barbara and Mary Frances, of Ocean Side, Calif., arc the guests ol her sister, Mrs. J. A. Payne, find other relatives. Lloyd Blomcyer left last night Lo return to Annapolis, Md.. where 1 he Is n student at the United States ' Naval Academy. He had been here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr, and family, 1010 Hearn, ami also visited friends and rela-' lives in New York City and points in Mississippi during his vacation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Blomcyer motored their son to Memphis. Miss Margaret "Skippy" Crook hns as her houseguest. Miss Pat Hill of Cotton Plant, Ark. Miss Hill and Miss Crook were students nt Texas State College for Women. Denton. Hayes Fisher, soil of Homer Fisher. 221 Lilly, has arrived home r:fter receiving n discharge Monday nt Camp Atterbury. Incl. A veteran of 2G months service, the former in fnntry man served 19 months in the European Theater. Mrs. Hnrold Horton ; and two children. BlUlc Rose and Bnrbara Nell, arc here as guests of Mrs. Norton's sister, Mrs. Auclrcnnel Freeman, and family, 719 Chick- asawbn. Charles Parker is home for a va- cntion from Joncsboro, where he Is student nt Arknsas Slate College. He i s captain of the 1946 football team. Miss Wllinn Oldham of Aikadel- I'hln will b? the guest 10 days of her sister. Mrs. John McHancy Jr., and Mr. Mcllnney. Mrs. Lillian Thomns. stricken with a hcnrt attack last night, was improved today. She Is at Blylhe- vllle Hospital. Mrs. W. M. Robinson, of St. Louis. Because .the boy is so small, tno bvead bulks targe—but the two loaves carried by WineetHy Ra- kow.sky, cight-ycar-pld 'Polish orphan,,weigh only, about nine and n huh" ounces. Baked from \vhoat supplied -by UNRKA, it is.the daily bread ration for six people—who have very little else to eat. Read courier News Want Ads. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Optrus l ;4i Show St*rt» 2:«x> LISTEN TO KLCN 3M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:M p .m Last Time Today That Night With You with Franehot Tone mi<l Susann. Fosier Selected Short Subject* Continuous showing every duy A-D-J-U-S-T-A-B-L-E MATERNITY SLIPS has nrrived to spend two weeks with her mother, Mrs- A. M. Butt, and family. Upon her return, she will be nccompanied by her children, Susan and w. M. Jr., who came two weeks ngo. Miss Jessie Strite, Miss Dorothy Murphy, Miss Liicile White and Miss Anne Fisher nit end the Bob Hope show lust night in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs- F- E. BlacV and laughter. Miss Betty Blnck, nnd Maureen Morris spent y'esUrdny in Memphis. Alma Jane and Johnnie Ann LeCompte of Alexandria, Va., have arrived to spend remainder of the Summer with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Langrton, and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Welch Foster. They also will visit relatives in Memphis while here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Florman will spent! The Fourth holiday at Marianna as yuests of their daughter, Mrs. Leonard Strasberg, and family. Mrs. Strasberg we.s the former Miss Roberta Fiorman. Mrs. E. W. Simmons, Mrs. J. J. Johnson, Mrs. O. Shonyo and Mrs. \V. H. Stovall spent yesterday in Memphis. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: James Alley Jr., city. Mrs. J. M. Bohanning. city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Futch, city, a daughter tills morning. Dismissed: Mrs. j. F. Epperson, city. Mrs. L .G. Russell nnd son. city. Charles W. MeEI'.vee. Osceola. Clara Mae Windham. Rt. 3, city. Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. G. Morgan, Manila. Mrs. Lillian Thomas, city. Mrs. Angelo Mehalis, Haytl, Mo. Frances Helton, city. Dismissed: Mrs. T. J. Bass. Dell. Memphis MethotlLs! Hospital Admitted: Mrs. T. M. Mullins, Osceola. -^ Frances Alexander, city. Mrs. Robert McCain, Luxora. Mrs. T. E. Ashley, Osceoln. born to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Jr., city, a son. Thursday and Friday Well Groomed Bride 'i-ilh Ray Millani) and Olivia d, Iliiviluncl . Paramount News & Selected Shun ] Cumini Soon to the ftltz: SAHATOGA TRUNK wilh Ingrl, Bergmann & Gary Cooper $2.00 Gee/ They're So Comfortable Ton Calf ... Open Throat and Tie Wedge Heel and Toe. 4A lo B. ? $7.50 Notice of Closing Our Store Will Be Closed ... Wednesday Noon for the balance of this week. * Re-open Monday, July 8th New York Store NOTICE 1 Hint this week has been a< Fieldcrest Week Due to the fact liial th!s week has been advertised as our anil in view of the fact, thai we will l»* closed Wednesday afternoon UK usual, we have decided that WE WILL REMAIN OPEN ALL DAY JULY FOURTH. If you read our Monday's KIELDCREST ad you will know that u-c had Just received a large shipment of Marshall Fields "FIELDCREST" BLANKETS, BEDSPREADS AND TOWELS anil lha( we assured our customers that we would dispose ol this critical merchandise as well as hundreds of other scarce ilcms in our slorc ALL THIS WEEK at (he regular OPA Ceilinf prices. We still have a go«dly supply of cotton, 5% wool, 10^; wool and •&% wool FIKLDCREST BLANKETS, including cotton sheet blankets. Wo nl.so have a wonderful assortment of beautiful solid colored aril snow white BATH AND FACE TOWF.I.S AT PKICKS WHICH YOU W1L1, NOT SEF. AGAIN FOR SOME TIME. AM) IMAGINE A VIKI.DCRKST BEDSPREAD FOR Sl-92 (for -single or double bcil). HUNUUEnS OF THRIFTY BI/VTHEVILLE HOUSEWIVES ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY TO BUY FIE1.DCREST TOWELS AND BLANKETS. HAVE YOU PURCHASED YOURS YET? REMEMRER THEY'LL SOON BE GONE! MAY WE REMIND YOU OF OCR EASY BLANKET "LAYAWAY" PLAN? 5»c HOLDS ANY BLANKET. PAY 5flc FACII TWO WEEKS THEREAFTER OR $1.00 PER MONTH. WE INSURE THEM FOR YOU TOO! WE WILL ALSO STORE YOUR BLANKET PURCHASES FOR YOU UNTIL FALL WHEN THEY ARE PURCHASED OUTRIGHT AND AT NO EXTRA CHARGE FRITZIUS "Always Something New" 2017 W. Main Phone 3457 WRAP AND "READY TO WEAR" . . . v.-ondtrful, wonderful seamless wrup-aroiind &!)[>, clever — concealing, with ingenious Inn ion back lo give you comfort alwsys. A-D- J-U-S'T-A-H-L-t: so that you cjn wear it after as well as before- Smartly ityled in LUXablc rayun. White, Tcarosc, Navy and Black. Sizes 52 10 -JO. Orticr your reyular size — LADY IN WAITING n tail? orecl 10 fiu G R A B E R' S Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Box Oftice Opens li:45 .Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarts 1:J5 II Continuous Shows Sat. and Suii. f Bargain Night Every Night Exut Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday u | the Rosy. T,ast. Time Torlnv DOUBLE FEATIJKi: Come Out Fighting .with East Hide Kills River Boat Rhythm with Leon ErroII and Joan Ncwto Thursday nnd Friday Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo with Spencer Tracy <!t Van Johnso Seleclecl Short Subject Early Fall Version the New Spectator! Open Toe and Hack Mock Welt—Med. Heel. AA to B. $7.50 JANICE EXTRA SPECIAL Evening Slippers Solid Mesh Straps SC-00 and Flat Heels W VIE'S I • •«

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