The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 25, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 10-17 EmflrWIuoo, Society Editor P hon « 461 Chattanooga Girl'Bride' Of Lloyd Harold Flprman Mrs. Holmes Hostess To Missionary Circle Tlie rri&rrUge of -Mtsa Marilyn Horowitz, daughter >. of * Mr.Vj and Mrs. Manuel Horo^tz.of criatta-i uooga Te'mi., and Lloyd Harold; Florman. son of.Mr. and.Mrs., Sam- Floiman, 119 "West" oWijyj St.; was solemnized Sunday In the: Silver Ballroom- of J the JJgaclIRtoe: in Chattanooga. Rabbi AmcnWnl-j den officiated t . Ed Shalett nnd his eligible <ur- nished the nuptial music. The bride wore^'ai-go*n' of brocade taffeta with' a, J fltlcxl .boUfce, draped peplum, .' leg-b"'- million sleeves ending in points over the , wrists and , a Cathedral length train.- Her/full-lefigth yeil.pi' net v, as caught to : an orange blossom iiara. '.She carried a .Bible .topped with white orchids and liavdenias. | Mrs. Jerome OHhs : of 'Clialla- iioc-Ea, twin • sisrer -"of •• the' <bi!rte, was matron ot honor. Her sown was of canary yellow marqulse;lc with a lace, jacket and her matching net halo .was .Irlnimed^.wlth aqua, velvet. ..She wore - long- 'yellow gloves and carried. a bouiiuet of white estrelita daisies and white Ew-oetpeas centered^ .with 'yellow roses^ . Mrs. Leonard Slrnsbcrg of M"M- ianita, bridesmaid, wore a- gowi of baby 'blue marquisette fashioned with a ; fitted bbdlce i and' ti bustle trimmed with |>iuk was hostess _ line members of CirVle One of the Woman's Missionary Union of Calvary Bap- " Mrs. John Holmes Monday: afteinoon lo 1st Churcli ami another Mrs. Leon noborl.son. Committee members selected during the business session 19 serve the church Brotherhood were Mrs. istelle' sparks. Mrs. John Hocolt and Mrs. Kov Smith. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Harry Burnett led pruy- Bits of News ' Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hiirtwjj mid son, '1'oiuiiiy, have . velurr.e-'l Iron u vacution at Nnrfork I/.ikc. Mr;; llaiizos's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Welch,- of Selimi, Ala., nccom- j punied them, anil will riMiiun here Mis Missions Mrs. John Ed Clouse of Cain- bridge. Mass.. is the yucst of her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Ernest Roc. She will go Tuesday to Cookcvltl>;. Volunteered Tenn., to join Mr. Clous*-. Tiicy will | , make their home In Cookevllle. was M lonrce by wus esente Holmes and "Why I for Mission Service" bv Mr s Burn ettc. "They Come With a SonR"i Mr. and Mrs. Utho Bunins aie at was Mrs. Cecil Jackson's topic. I home ul 500 Dehmir St., nfter re- Mrs Darrell Umsford dismlsssd turnini; from a weckllng mil lo Nsw the uroup with prayer. Orleans. Blloxl inul CJiiivnorr.. Mrs. b ' - - names is the former Miss liil.u Jenn Alilxitl, clauuliter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Lynn W. Brown leit today for New Orleans lo attend a three-day *ules congress of M*u'jr,ollU:i Life Insurance Soulh-Ccnt/nl tcmlory. K. 13. Purvis is i.i Rochester, treat- At The Hospital*. < KLVTIIHVII.Li: HOSPITAL Admitted: . -. Mrs. Hitluvrd Prichard, c'ly. Shelby Wayne Shay, city. , Mrs. Darrcll Seals, c:ty. lUmald Mlka. city. Allcen Barnes, Itullinan. Claude Lulu, Tyler. Mo. Mrs. Louise Nash, city. John Holmes, city. Dismissed: Mrs. O. W. Oopped^c and naby cily. Mrs. Cilen Jones, GMiitev. Mo. liirths: Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Jsmcu 1/org, flty. a son, this morning. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell, city. :t son yi'.itnrday. WA1.I.S HOSlMM), Dismissed: Carl Odem, Route I. city. Mrs. M. <;. McKnlgiit, cily. Billy Dunn. city. Mrs. Dan 1,. Wallace., city. Mrs. Perry White, city. Mary DP. Leon, l.ilbonrn. Mo. Brenda I.oulsp, I-onu, Rout" •> city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Voinphls Dismissed: Mackle Hawkins. Mnni'.-i. FOR DANCING DAYS Rehearsal Supper Given At John C. McHaney Home 1 Mr -nnd Mrs. John O Me.Han.-v. 1<B1 'west Wjlnut St., assisted l>y their daughter, Miss Frances Me- Haney entertained !asl night with Minn., where lit Is niulin-gutn tv rehfinrsftl supper for the Jack- merit at Mnyo's Clinic. son- McIIaney wedding party. The 11. Ci. Pnrllow nnd sou. Cirnhnm. ."^ " •— 7 '• ^f- i - - . . > tlimniei IL<>\vl.-lh lit ILHA/I.I | J ' 1 -' wore a;- matching., net hnlo n"'lj tel s ii n( | CS were arranged through- wedding is to take place this after- are in Cliattunooi;ii todny on bnsi- noon at 4 o'clock. ness. Summer flowers In mlx»l Pas- Mr, and Mrs. Leon Denning ar. long gloves and carried .V bouquet of daisies and swectpeas. centered with pink roses. V* . '.,','. ;''*. Mr. riortnah served''as h's' s'on's^ best man. 'Ushers wen! Harold Michelsoii of Decatyr. "Ala., "Jerome Ollns and LeonaroV.)6traslxTi;.; Mrs. Horowitz, mother < ' ' bride, chose a blush -gi'^y crepe dress w^th gold acces«i ies and a gold orchid. Mrs. Florman, tile bridegroom's 'mother, wore u French blue dress--wilh side 'drapery', '"- 'or- and :'an orchiil out entertaining rooms with glowing Inpeis cntiiinclng Ihc •selthiB. CenlerluB the dining room taole was a bowl o! mixed roses, swcet- peas. pansles and hyclraiiBcas. Menibcrs of Ihe wedding par'.y. S., relatives and Intimate friends of ithe couple from out of town ;it the .supper included Mrs. Vera Henly of Flint, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Howard DeSplinter of An- nnwnn, III., Miss Eiuilv Berry of Kansns Cily. Mo., Miss Lynn Darbv Kssex. Mo., and Elbevlon, Oa. TiOuis Como'.li • Assisting r" i r 1 1 i~*' Schwn' IT)' Is lalVCn . p p| . ' f r ° l *-l««SJ at The II. H. H. Sunday ScMnol Class of First Baptist Church > tcitaiiicil the Fellowship Hniutaj School Class last night will; ness. Mr. ill Heli'nii to attend ;no "Miss Arkansas" bounty pageant and to yut'sls of Ihelr |)ure'nt-s. tipo-i their eturn next week, they'will bo ac- cor.ipanli'il by their daughter, Bar- )ani. who has been vlsitini; hev for the p:isl sevcinl veeks. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and daughter. Mtuiun>n, leturncil ast night from Casselburry, Fla., where they visited his mollier, Mrs. J. B. Norris ami family. From .there they went (o Uaytonn Beach. SI Augustine and other plac'."i of interest on the coast. Tlie Charley Luteses, nccompan led by Mr. iind Mrs. Kiuiiarii Uc:i- cham, diuiuhtcr. Vivian, and Charles Bcncham. of Chicaeo. Charles Roy Lutes' and Paul Hulcherson . arc vacationing . in the -u/ivKti. - .'They .s[>cnl a few clays • at Hi^ S})rlni>s, chid accessories corsage. - .. ; '•"• A reception was.held'i ly after; the ceremony, were Misses Mildred/ Jane Kftlman;- Jeanne^,.Anfiel, Sylvia Hodes.'Marcis- Cove and'Hck'n S?hwart^- t 'ariti Mi's." Bernard , Abir]- sen, all. 5 6f.-Chaltanoogh.; '. For -traveling, -the'' britle;- chnse, a browii. satin sutt; witlv."a diisty pink tripi-.pii hit--,;anvl ^matching gloves.v. : Her.^ other 1 - Aecessorics were inr 'brown^-- Af ter >' ft * 'i'edrlln^ I trip to ; Meiioo "Gity.-Tthe.., Cpubk' will resfde ''in.': Maritmni?;.'- ; - ,L, „ -. .. McHaney. which will lie solcmn- Qut-ofrtowii.'guests .fihcliideil' Mr. [Vlrs. r 1'aZier Hostess ,; 1/ ' Ml thls aflernoon ,#t -I o'clock, and Mrs t Florniali,:Mr.i a'njl Mrs.'T D- PI I -V/I ' \ - • nrc Loiils. Colnolll of; Eii>enoii. Ga., Nathan TAy&v'ot-JBfaiffi*&\.( Dr.jlO bUnCpA,IUb-dVlernberSy | Mr. ami; Mrs. Rayniond:Harvey r ot and Mrs.---B|ail!fEmX'SUt«iSRitfe ofi Mrs. ;j. X5. 1 'Frnjjfr w ^ s hostess'.to, GUI*' OlrnrUeifu, Mr. i nViitAirs. 360 irnr.i-'Mrj-ipti^Irs.' menrJiers 'of thili ;ONB:, Club'.-, to?, Hall of Kennett. Ma., '/niict Mrs. «6Ohvllt«!/?iji.," Mr. their'wjecklf .iiarty: ' ; j Reeder Pnrterfield'..and Miss'Mmy Arproxijhately at the supper. 75 Mrs. McGuirc Disc.usscs Growing Roses at Meet Growing roses was ilhnisriM bv Mrs. Gene MflOnlre vratoydav si i Yarbro Home llemonsl ration Club neeting »l the home of Mrs. Ellis Wheeler. "The Life of Rebecca" was thoi mbjeel of Mrs. Albert llo!ll:v.'s- ,TOi-lh's talk, while Mrs. UH's Wheeli'i- read n ])oem and Mrs. lilp.u 'Wheeler liad tlio devolional. Tn the contest of the aflei-notji:. Mrs. Dave Abbott won first prize and second went lo .Mrs. j,. i. Malthews. The hostess served sandwiches nnd iced drinks following Ihe social hour. Etowah News Mr. and Mrs. Norjnan Clay antl children visltca> ^li^; an;_l Mrs.'Rufus Cla'y Jn MalSeii,' Mo., for u brief lime. "'*?;Mrs. T. B. TaUltton, wlio ha; been In the v Ka.i>tis,t. Hospilal in Memphis, has l>ecn removed lo her home, - ""'Mrs. C. H.' Moore, t Miss I-ouiso Moore and Anne Jozobs of Marked Tree have been visiting L. C.' Shelton and,. J/'Ol'-SHellcn. Mr. and Mrs/Clinlou Wallace of J^eprinto have b^ou'liere for a brief visit with Mr. Wallncft's.- mother. Mrs. C. M. Wallace,' •wlio* is quit; ill at her home. V,.,* 1 Miss Ruth BrarkaSi'iil'liar: rcluvn- | cd liome after undofgning a-lonell- eclomy in Memphis'. .While' recup ( praling she was i^t.est in the lioirn: of her sisler.-Mrs: Hoy Wootl ami iv;r. Wood of Meinpliis: • S. J, and Uuddy! pach^jfliani. ohil- drrn of >'••. i'.nd..Mrs.-6teve Cocii- erhain and Detlio J4m'j,-;ce WjoJ- urii lire .^']eiulhi|r tliCj-^pummer a', Cjjrp McC^iird, -Isrorlh 'Carolina. Oddity ; Tlie mcridian s of the eaiih converge at Ihc Norlli and Soulh Poles. Therefore, an airplane circling Hie poles can fly from "today" into "tomorrow," or back into "yesterday," all within a few inin- ules. f DOAHYTHINC Oh 'CERTAIN DAYS' Of Month? Tills great medicine la /umwii* lo relieve cllstrc^a nutl llrecl, uervous, IrrittilJle fewlings, ol such' 1 tiiLyw — when 'due to fi-ixule Ui«c- tlonnl monthly tllsLurbuncest , I.onu, ttr.ip!?!;^ nnd full-skirted j—.Iclcne Ea.hici-i designed tlii& ^oi:nL; t'jniinur d^i'.cin]{ clr^as fnr- juuiurs in Hop3 Slcillinnn's finely rtriiJ^tl cotlcii madras. Tlic panicr Eiii:5 and graceful s!iii-t Lclov/ n- uf cnlnninl Ai-.ic-.-ica. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Byron Nail hostess to GND Club. Phrbcan Sunday School Class of Firsl chiirsh mcetiin; with Mrs. M.iuricc Lultrcll at 312 Eust Davis St.. for covered dish supper. Jolly Eight Club incvllng with Mrs. Clco Wren. Morv l^rances Gaines will cnlcr- laln' Hie Junior Miss Club. PHIUAY Will Be Bridesmaid To I'osmcr Resident 01 Mrs. Herlie Mae.Knap;> th:-vi!!r will i>c one of Uio brides- m;ikls in the wedding of M'v 4 ?. 1 ; Ji>w- (-11 Trimcr fjf Jai:k.s<m, Mis.v. for- in''!-]>' of Blytheville, to James HIM of Jackson. The wedding will rje solemuiyed June 29 in Jnckron. icnl a few cinys-ril. Biu Siirlni'.s. 1 OBC Club meeting with Mrs. Al- .o., bsforc uuin'ij on'to Slah'oAara , vil1 Hardy. Spring's. ••' •'••'' s Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mcllancy and family, here especially for the wedding of Miss Mary Lynn Jackson to Jos>!i1li William Ben Baker and Mrs. : liuis .dprilou-'sUvcrbliitll Wheu the group pluycil bunco, of. Humbolct^; Tenn;,-!Mr;.; anil Mrs. Mrs. NJnrvllle Humphrey won bun- St'rnsberg,. 16-;'and';Mr<,n-iMich'tl- co P riz f. I'lgl' wont-to Mrs, Boyce. son. Mr.- aui-'Mrs. Han'syiorois of Moore iIUM low to Mr.s. John Ts'- Nashville. Terih., Duve' silverbliilt >onc. ;: - " of Osceoia.-'Mr. an<J Mrs Lawrence The Olshon, ^felvin and- Burl Olsllon, all ot Birminghani 'Ala; Sidney Smith of, Akron, -Ohio. Mrs. I. Knh, Mrs. Doja Lakin, Miss Dotiy. Lakin, Mao- Gurevltz- nnd Norman cd to Columbus. where BF. Gay Jr.. will be connected with Pliillipses Have Son Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Plnl- ]ii>H of St. I.ouis are parents, oi .•on born yeslerctny. lie is their first child. TvTrs: pliilliiis is the rorr.lci- M Doris Pipkin of Hlyihcvillc, daughter of Mrs. A. J. Pipki-i. ill Ash Return From Rest Camp U. S. Rubber Company. Mrs. Minnie Arnold of Memphis i .'-Aft'er a week's rest camp at Bi? arrived ijst night to be the guest E-jirings- iSto.i n members of Doi;'- sevcral days of her sister, Mrs. world . Home IverKon " Psnioi^stration hostess served a Onrevitzj all of Columbus, jOhin. Mrs. Teaford Hostess With Bridge Club Party Mrs. Gene Teaford of Osceola was hostess. yesterday afternoon lo members of Tri-Town Bridge Club and two ; out of town guests, Mrs. John i;. douse of Cambridge! Mass., ajid Mrs. Robert Scott of . Memphis: High score went to Mrs.'James Terry afld Mrs. Dale' Brlggs received low in afternoon games. Bouquets of mixed'Summer llow- ers were usea a s decorations. Refreshments of iced drinks. ami ^assorted cookies and 'candle's were served. course. Lelte of Kcnnelt. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England hnve as their guest Mrs.'.England's nlcee. Jcanle Wriglit'''of Bbnton. 'Ark. dessert Sandra Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Toby Longi Ssi spending n few days in Memphis wilh Ann Lip- pllt. Mrs. T. J. Barnes returned ycs- i _- lertluy from a weeks visit In De- Hostel trips lo various places troit. Mich., where she visited her during the Summer nrc scheduled ,,i t , c e, Mr s. Albert, Billls and Mr. , Bllils. and her slslcr-ln-law. Mrs. ganization, Vhe Bicycle Club. Tile ROy Sm iai Accompanyin.' her on new actWily is open to high school thc lvjl) was , )C1 . _ slstcr Mrs s b Elrls, Mi« Birbnra Cnllison, Junior Crow ftm , solli SBlnlny (]f pu^ leader, aiinounce<l loday. l smith Outings .to the Mississippi rivcr i •£ i \^ Grcenwell. , Y\Clu'b Organized for High School Girls for picnics; to Dell, Bis Lake. L«x-j llg , a ( | lp M CAT oi-n. I.eachvillc and Hoi- who Is praclic- in Memphis for land during lie summer arc prom- thc opening sho\v here over . . - , , the weekend visiting Ills parcnis. iscd. Miss Cnllison s nid. The grmip| Mr . .„„, Mrs Pmi| ClVccnwc n. will also take an over-night trip, Mr nml Ml . s n c ,- man Carlton hut plans are not yet complete for hlu i c lts tllcir gllcst M| . Cftv ii ou ' s this project,. mother, Mr s Herman Carllon Sr. Miss Culhson reoucslrd Hint hiRh o[ i nkc VilHre school girlj.. who are interested ln| M ' r an[ , Mr ' s _' B P Gay Jr] _ „,„, bccomim; members Shinn nnd Mr. Sliinii ami their now b.iby daughter, Patricia Kny. Mrs. Frank Simmons lin.s us .10!" hou-SogursL her iifancl-cliui^htei 1 , Mrs. .Robnrt Srnlt, of Memphis. Mrs. Simmons 'of : Jniirr,- boi'o fttul^]Ucr have been visiting her moLher-lu-law, Mr.-. Prank Siinnions. Mis.scs Cocilin ni\d Jnnn Morgiiri of C:ipe CJirarcloau. Mo., wili nc- rivc today lo .siioul ti week with Mr. nnd Mr.s. ,J. J. Morgan. Grisham Is Promoted Stair Soret. Ollic the l()t-;il rpcrullitit; oiTL promoteci to the rank geant'. Serin-ant .Grii.ham ha.-. tioned in Blythevillc for nine months. hist m\\ :/ ' Little Boy Apro .As infant Batiste Gowns TOT SS^OP 111) So. 2ft«l St. I'lwnc 2:iOS SALE MOSS BRYAN will Feature a Summer Sale Table Now displaying $9 Orysta; lloudoir Lamps on Mnrblft BnsQ with Rayon Hhadcs. .$-1.50 each . . . <2. r >D and S3.50 Pinafores and Bj'oy Dresses, sizes 1 to 3 al 50- paeh. Other Ia-ir.B. THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street Rugs Cleaned Safely! Careful handling ihl'cyor.rd-i cul- or and 1 ' textures. Have them cleaned while you're vic'ilitiainn. Complete resi/my. Work &uar- iftnlcetlj PEERLESS CLEANERS •i!6 So. Franklin l')ume ^13 ALL Tonigttt — Walker Pa*-k FITZPATRICK GIRLS vs MEMPHIS INDEPENDENTS Hardly a ny during which some member of the family doesn't have v .i c^.:<l cr upsel: stoniacli,' enrache or ' minor., injury. KrejV theiii nil miyior —Ijy consulting your physician first: aiid by' having us fill his prescripkiiin' in our fine phnrmncy depart- mdut. ' ' - ' \Vfc Arc,f,l j rpscri|)t!0ii jj. Specialists j ROTNlRdCK DRUG STORE 205 W. iM.tin 1'iione -trn; Cohtiniinus Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Sho%v'i?tar(«i 2:()'Q' . - . LISTEN T'' 8:80 a.m. 12:45 June Stires, Miss Cullison and Mrs. D. P. Gay Sr., Imve jnov- will act a s SIK>U- rceular communication at the hall Thursday nl«li't. 7:30 o'clock, by order of Ihe Worshipful Master Chickasiwba toVlle* 134 will meet GIVES (TIERS rxTKAcosr •Special Thursday 80c Individual Chicken Pot Pic wirh Flakcy Crust Hot Rolls — Butter Hotel Noble,Coffee Shop PORTRAIT GUARANTEES: Soft natural-looking waves! Ensy-lo- inanage waves! Waves that last as long as S20 beauty salon pcr- mancnts! ) flur jnontv back, tax and all, if net cimifiltltly itili^JifJ. A SpitioK«H«ttwo of HOVEliTY BRACELET and CHOKER Extro^ohM I.asl Time, Tod The Locket witli I.urnine Day and Brian Alteri)R Selected Shorts Continuous Showing F.veryday Thursday ant! Friday AMAZING? HOME COLD easier than ever Before .. WITH I5ox Office Opens a( 7:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday t:!10: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. Bargain Night Kvery Night Except Satlinliiy No passes honored on Sunday at the Knxy So cnsy ... cnsy . . , easy! In only 2 to 3 hours you'll li.ive a Porlr.iit- pcrfccl cold wave pcrn\ni\cnl rii;ln in your o\vn homo. .So soft nnd c.isy to style. Never dry, linky or fu^/y. No guesswork! \i> professional skill required. Port mil's easy-lo-wind Plastic Curlers r,in be tisetl over and over again. Refill kits (cvcrytliing but curlers) SI. T.ast Time Todny DOUBLE FEATURE Geo. White's Scandals wilh .loan l>avis anil .laclc Haley Radio Stars on Parade* with AVnlly Browii nml Carney Tluirsdiiy nnd Kritfliy WOODS DRUG STORE Short Sn1)j<cts

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