The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1947 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 3, 1947
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TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Emily Wiison, Society Editor Lillian Bunch Becomes I Bride of Luyerl Gaines Miss Lillian Bunch, daughter ot | Mr. wid Mrs. Spencer Bunch, bc- "TSf brldc of Luverl Gaines, I eon oFWlrs n. B. Gaines, in a I ceremony Sunday afternoon at 3:30 I o'clock at the home of the bride's I parents on Highway 61 North. I The Rev. E. W. Stovall, pastor of the Church of Christ, officiated at I the double ring rites, which were I solemnized before picture windows | in a setting of flowers. The brldc wore a light blue linen I Carly c original dress with a tight I bodice, trimmed with tiny buttons land blue lace down the front. Her I accessories were In white and she I wore a blue hat with pink rosebuds land over-the-facc veil. Her cor- Isage was of pink carnations with [blue maline fluff. Her matron of honor was Monroe iBesharse and Miss Sunshine Ander|son was her maid of honor. Mrs. Besharse wore a pink dress Iwith a gathered skirt and round llow neck and a corsage of white car- 1 nations. Her accessories were In |blnck. Miss Anderson chose a pink Sum- liner frock with a tiny black figure. Iwhlch she wore with black acccs- Isorles. Her shoulder corsage was of |pmk and whftc carnations. R. V. Gaines was his brother's est man. Following a wedding trip, Mr. lanl Mrs. Gaines will make llicir Itionie here. ssgjpnes to Present |50 Indents in Recital Miss Minnie Lee Jones will prc- lient 50 of her pupils in a piano I'ccital Thursday at 8 p.m. at the |iVoman's Club. The recital will include a mixed liragram of solos, duets and trios Ivltti beginners, intermediates and Bride of Oliver Coppedge Mrs. John Oliver Coppcdge was before her marriage M».y 24 Miss ANN Elizabeth Driscoll of Alcxanderia, Va. Ensign Copp'.dtie, now stationed in California, where he and his bride nre making tlidr home, made his home here with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Oliver W. Ctppcdge. Miss Jean Crowlcy of ParngonUl, Mls s Jean Slilpp of Pine Bluff unrt Miss Dotllc Woolen ot Osceoln nre of Miss Mary Louise Uccvcs anil her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. O. Reeves. They came lor Miss Reeves wedding to Henry Dodd, which will be solemnized here Thursday. Mis.s Kceves and her guests were classmates at Arkansas State Collcse, Jonesboro. Miss Sue Whipple of Gallop, N. Mex., is Ihe guest of Mr. and Mis. R. W. Nichols at their home lit Armorcl. Miss Whipple, who was a former roommate of Mrs. Nichols, came for (he 10th Anniversary and Homecoming of Luxoru Literary Club. Philip J. Deer, county school superintendent, will-leave llils week for Sun Francisco, where he will attend Uic Rotary Internullona conference. Mrs. George Ciark Is the guest of her pnrcnts. Mr. and Mrs. O. B Scott in I'nragould. She was accompanied to Pnrngoiild by Mi- Clark, who now has rclurncct home Mr. and Mrs. M. T, Burke of Hosingtou. Knits., and Mr. and Mrs. Carey Huuhens of Oklahoma City, Oklu., have returned to their home after having been the guests here of Mrs. Burkc's father and Mrs. Hughens' grandfather, J. P. Allison. Miss Mary Martha Blevln s has arrived here from Cossett, where she teaches school, lo si>end the Summer with her parents, the Rev. anil Mrs. H. H. Blevlns. George Ann Stilwell left by train yesterday for Conway to attend the Youth Assembly of Methodist churches as a delegate of Lake Street Methodist Church here. She was joined in Osccola by Jerry 'Wiseman .delegate of Osccoia Methodist Church. 'Miss Shirley PAGE THBWB Arrivals from Liverpool Bobbie Jo Observes Birthday with Party . Hobble Jo Alley, daughter of Mr.' ant! Mrs. Scott, Alloy, oiucrvcil her lllh blrtlulay EJiitunluy mid to ccle- j brnlc llic omiMon, lind a Inwii party nt Hie homo of her paraUs on North I'Yankllu Street. ellipsis were 21 ol }nr younj friends, who Kixiiii '.ho nfternoon l>l<iyliiK enines. Winners were Kelly Jones mid Sm.Luine fMfft\. After ri'Ireslmienlb of sandwiches with cold drinks wen scrvcu, llic Kroiip played bull mid d.inced. Barliam returned lidvanced students taking part. I Participating will be Joy Cole- D . . n Inan, Pat Willinghain. Leannstlt; Bridge ravty Honors Itackson, Ann Hester, Mary Louise n -j . i n \vr IJiBricn, Joan Freeman, iBetty tmde-tO-be rat WISC liaynes, Robert Jackson, Dorrls litoiic,' Ruth Trimm, Pat Henry, |5obby Jean Davis. Anna Jackson, I'atsj- Ruth 'Haynes, Bertha Ann paincs, Jackie Jame.1. Billy James. Erby Lynn Hodge, Billy Haney, lirnestine French, Robert Harrison, I'rankie Seay. Laura Swain, Bonnie llell McCormick. Elizabeth Dillard, line Orsburn, 'Bobby Orsburn. A. B. llodge, Peggy Van 'Winkle. Earlino lieagan. Ella Mae Dixson, Betty lou pennington, Glenda Penny, D2- IDTCS Penny, Jean Phillips. The interesting socinl events being given for Patricia Wise. bride-elect of Clarence S. Webb, include a bridge party and crystal shower given Saturday by Mrs. Robert Lowe at her home in Manila. Garden Ilowers carrying out a pink and white color scheme d?c- orated the home throughout. Pink and white were also used in refreshments of sandwiches and individual pink and white cakes in- Patsy Jean utley, Manley Fein- scribed with ''Pat and Clarence." ler, Virginia Pepper, Mary Ixm' Guests included Mrs. Lloyd V. Itewart, Patsy Ruth Stewart. Char- Wise, mother of the bride-elect, I'lie l:mnm J I'arolyn . . Yarbro, Patsy Ann Yarbro, Mrs. Frank U Webb, mother of ' , , erklns, Gay Thomas, 'the bridegroom-to-be, and Miss here yesterday to spend the Sum- j mer with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. George Barlmm, follow^ I ing her graduation Ivoni William Wood s College, Fullon, Mo. She was accompanied home by her ; roommate, Miss Ruby Galtermetr ' of Olcan. Mo., who will visit here several days witli her Krandpar- Mr. and Mrs. jr. Horowitz of ents, and Mrs. C. A. Taut. Mr. and Chattanooga, Tenn., announce the Mrs. Flarham and Mrs. Taut at- engagemcnt and approaching mar- tended graduating exercises and riagc of their daughter, Miss M:ir- commencement events, ilyn Horowitz, to Lloyd Harold Miss Barham was one of a class Florman of Blylhevillc, son of Mr. o f 138 students who received di- and Mrs. Sam Fiorman of thi-> pioinas in the graduating exercises Lloyd Florman to Wed Chattanooga Resident city. Mis. Harold Thompson, Sr.. and The wedding will be solemnized Mrs . R . L Mitchell of Promised June 22 in Chattanooga, where theJLnmi have returned from Morrlltop, irt ri" C S ra '"' ly 10 '" lg h " s ro "| wllcrc tllc y ^ crc suests Of Mrs 3 «»• ,. . I Minnie Thompson and Mrs. J. C. Miss Horowitz was graduated from Hart. T i lc y wer c accompanied home P™". 1 ?"™.?.".."!? 11 S ,° h ™'.!""' '"' »y MM. J. B. Walker and Miss Lucy Thompson. >'ho ; had spent the past three weeks 'as' Mrs. Tliompson's 1 liiri'd with him. with rinulpmi'iits, the Kev. Yomii; Hobcrl Ray Mrlx-stor looks with wide ryes at Lie Ktr:in,;c near things he's seeing since his recent arrival In America trom I!n|:land with his mother, Mrs. Clay McU-sler, pi Mr. Mclfstcr, Ihcy are vl.sHing Hobcrt Uuy's and Mrs. liay I,. Mi-I-cster. here. The Clay McLoslcrs, ar liockford. Ill, ncc L, Mcl.c.sler, who had beer their Kiiesl, nnuvcl iero this weekend and went on to Conwuy for (.ommenrcincnl CNCMTI •» *nl Hend'.lx • Collciic, when Ihe llev. and Mis. McLesler's son, Fcra Hay McM^iir, recclvi'ii his Bachelor of Science dcgiee. Mr. and Mrs. McU>«lr r and baby will visit here two wceiif Bhe I:-, the former Miss Edith, Mnrjorle Hose, cUui|jliltr of Mr. mid Mrs. Mink Rose ol Liverpool, England, tended University of Chntlanopgu, where she became a member" of Kappa Chi Epsilon, honorary scrv- ice society. , Mona Gaines, Gladys Billcttc Trombla, of Lincoln, Nebr. Mr F i 01 ' mi , n lcn , 7 ,,„ „ . —, _ . _ . • >»!1 J^^J .H.Cics ITJirA llf<-,-n V, 1 rr\* t*f*nm t\i~~itn .. .__ •"* > b • Ji*-l II > t,U •ovelt, Betty Barnctt. Mildred Miss Wise won high score prize and Peggy Barnett. * • • l)inner Party Given |'or Miss Era Wright Miss Era Wright, briUrs-clect of I lorace Coffer ot Trimble, Tenn. 1'as honored with another of the I umcrous social events being civeu I jr her last night when Mrs. Henry [[umphreys entertained with a din- jer party at her home, BID West | fain. The eight guests, who wcfo intl- Imte friends of the bridc-clccr, were I -rved a feiu-course Dinner. Gen- ring the table and decorating the | inlng room were mixed garden I owers in attractive arrangements: 1 ardcn flowers ol. c o d.'cjrated tho I ving room. 1 * • • Lhurch Women Combine I i roues for Summer Meet ]arc ' ' for mcTT!Tgs of I ie Executive Board. Auxiliary and ly circle group of the Woman's ujtiliary of First Presbyterian in bridge games and traveling prize went lo Miss Trombla. . * * Maudie Modinger Honors Bnde-elect with Party Miss Maudie Modinger entertained last night at the Modlnge/ home,' 1045 West Walnut, with a party in compliment to Mlis Louise Reeves, who will 'become brido Thursday of Henry Dodd of YonkerK, N. Y., in a ceremony here. Effeclivc arrangements of g.irde:! flowers, predominated with deep red roses and roses in the palest pink shade, decorated the home throughout. When the 12 guests played games, prizes were awarded lo Mrs. Robert Lowe of Manila, Miss Betty Weed- son and Mrs. W. O. Reives. The guest of honor v/r.s presented a gift. A dessert course was served. werc made at a Board meeting yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Ross Stevens conducted the worship period for the 16 mem bers present. Mrs. C. M. Gray, liurch duVJng July and August! president, was in charge. In Order to Cooperate With Other Merchants in our line... we will be closed Wednesday afternoons 'dur- ing the months of June, July ana August! HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BffAVOS 126 W. MAIN ST. PHONE 515 B.ytlir.ville, where his father is n ,,,„..„„ „ „,„„,„ business. He was graduated from ehlcrj Mrs . Jp w . n ,, nn . jr., nn , B.ytheville High School and served rnmi | y . Mr . ar ,d Mrs. Dunn am two years m the Navy during the lhcil . children, Jimmy and Mtir. war. Upon his discharge, he resumed college at University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, from where he will receive his degree this month. He was president last year of Sigma Alpha Mil fraternity there. Meeting American Legion Aux:U-ir'.r meeting nl The Hut, 8 p.m. and Mrs. Hart's gucst2. Mrs. Pearl Hires has returned from Union City, Tenn., where she spent a month as guest of her dau- Jr,, and id sry Ann and Mrs. J. W. Dunn, Sr.. accompanied Mrs. Hires home for n brief slay before returning to their home. Condition of Mrs, Freeman Robinson was satlsfaclory today fol- lowhiR a minor operailon at Bly- lhevillc Hospital. She was admitted yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Bracken and son. Smith. Jr.. .spent the weekend in Cairo, 111., as guests of her lather, Your doctor knows Hint, filling ;i prescription is a job tluit requires cxiicling care. That's why it i;> wise lo trade where he does . . . THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE! We've ;ill had lo take substitutes Ihcsc p;isl few years—but whore licallh is concerned, no our wants substitutes. When your doctor given you a prescription, have it filled by a pharmacist of experience. One you know will follow your doctor's directions carefully. One you konw will use only the finest medical ingredients—NO, you don't want siib.stitulcs. You want llic BEST! You'll Find The Finest At ROTHROCK'S AT NO EXTRA COST! 205 West Main Phono 451 Recital Features Rhapsody in Blue; Vocal Selections George Gershwin's "Rhapsody In Blue" will be played in its entirety tonight by Miss Nancy Tart- low, pianist, when advanecd piano and voice students of Powlston School of Music are presented In a recital at llic High School Auditorium, 8 o'clock. Also featured on the program wl!l be Carroll Evans and Miss Mary Ann" Parks, vocalists who were chosen for tlic MOAT In Memphis. Miss Parks, who plans to leave In. early Pall for collese, declined the offer and Carroll will come for his appearance tonight from Memphis, where. he Is rehearsing for the MOAT's first show. MJ« Parks will sing "Carmeim", H. l^nc Wilson and "Ave Maria" in Latin, Bach-Gounod. She and her teacher, Dalton C.. FowtaUisi, will s lng Sympathy, from the "Firefly." Carroll will slug "In the Silent Night", Sergei 'Rachmaninoff niul "Duna," Josephine McOill. Others appearing on the program arc^Peggy UuMnllin, vocalist who won.'the pu*lit's;favor following her first appearance recently, Nancy .Hamilton, Mary Anna McCiin-i, Judy Thompson, June Stircs, I3tl- lie Sue Thomas, James Lancashire, Gay Garrigan and W. L. Horncr Jr. C. G. Crlder. The Rev. Bernard Albert nrnclc- In is the guest of his sister, Mrs- John P. Hoffman, In Baltimore, Md. From Adams' RECORD BAR Vou can have wonderful parlies al home, if you keep your rollcrtinn nf dance records up to dale! Slop in every wrck and Msleii lu (he. lat- rsl. We have them all . . . and old favorites loo. Here Are This Week's Hits: Hilly Williams—My Adobe Hacienda John Paris—Jack. Jicn. Jack Louis Armstrong—I Wonder, I Wonder, I Wonder Vaughn Monroe—Dreams Arc i Dime a Perry Como—Chi-Bam, Chl-Haba Spike Jones—Cocktail.! for Tw.> Arlic Shaw—Fronts! Prill Harris—It's a Good Day Johnny Tyler—Freight Train !Jm>i:ic The Blue Sky Boys—Havu You Keen My Daddy Here Roy Rogers—I Never Had a Chance Dr. Clayton—Angels In Harlem Sonny Boy—Hoodoo, Hoodoo The Three Billy Goats Gruff One String Fiddle Kock-A-Byc Parade RCA VICTOR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co J. W. Adams, Rlgr. Fhniw. 2«1t 2M-M W. Main Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP Reserve Officers to Meet The nlylhoville chapter or the Ill-serve! Officers Associillon will meet tonight nt 7::iO "11 city JliiU. Active duty is to be the chlof ("]>lc staled for discussion. * WE BUY > * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 3J3 E. Muln Phone Mil Moss Bryan Presents Gifts of Distinction For the June Bride the Perfect Wedding Gift Should Reflect Individual Selection THE GIFT SHOP 103 Kiist Mum Street NOTICE Starting tomorrow we will be open every Wednesday afternoon throughout the year. 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Admission to C: 00 P. M, 75e Children ........ 50c After 6:00 p.m. Adults ....... $1.2Q Children ...... . 50c Tux Included Thursday & Friday Jurle 12&13 Continuous Showa Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show StsirtH 2:(IO LISTEN TO KLCN : 8:00 a.m. 12145 p.m 4:30 P-m. Tuesday Child of Divorce wllh Sliaryn MnlTr.U and Kei;h Toomey Continuous Bhowllnj Evtryd»y Wednesday Thursday and Friday THE TIME j, THEHACE (f\T .*__ . _, . \lf eJWML-w't-tllttlJC'lWOM -f • j If -ng»t««u».tf safjgeuTigt. \^x;xs.£^¥s3s£»- i! ' ss ~ Selected Short Subject* ConUnuou 00xi4> FOR OKLY $747^ v^ , ^ Box Office Opens nl 3:<tt p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday l:M; starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Svn. Bargain Night Ever? Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS I2G W. MAIN ST. PHONE 515 Face of Marble with John Carradine Claudia Drake

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