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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 26, 1947
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' -PACE *OOT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1947 I'hone 461 Mary Lynn Jackson Becomes Bride in Afternoon Ceremony Engaged > Miss Mary Lynn Jae'ssii, daughter of Mayor, and, Mrs. Ernest Robert "Jackson, became the bride yesterday afternoon of Joseph William' McHnney, son of Mr. and Mrs. John ' Lohengrin candles burned at each end of the tablo. Presiding In the were Miss Frances dining room Mcllttnay nnd Miss Mary Sue Hoe, (hs frtnlnlne attendants. Miss Hill was in charge of Ihe guest book. The bride's mother wore n light Uiue dress wilh white cn-vlenlas nnd white accessories and Mrs. McHaney's dress was of a so/t pink shade. Slic wore a whto corsngc and white 'md palomlna accessories. TO MAKE HOME HERE Immediately after the reception. Mr. nurt Mrs. McHaney lisit for n Cornelius McHaney, in 'one of the most outstanding .social events .of the year. ;The'double-ring rites'were held at First Presbyterian Church at 4 o'clock with the Rev. H. Scot;, Bnird, pastor of First Christian Church, officiating. A gardcnlike arrangement, of greenery and white flowers decorated the chancel, lighted with the suft glow oi"cathedrul_ta;>eis in wrought wedd|ng trlp They , m rptum ,„ make their home here, where Mr. McIIaney is in business with his wnuc carmaiciK^.wim^ ,..i-.ii •«>,. fnthcr nnt , brothcr3 . the same lowers was :)3>k«l with | por travcli thc ,„.,.,, wbrc „ Wood^ardi, fern to form ; t!>c back-, Suinmcr atcss \ t hluc wiy , w|)|tc ground ^ ^ ^. v j an( j i Jrown accessories. She phmcd The chancel rail was,c6vcr;<1 with | a wn ito orchid at her shoulder, lacy greenery and sprays of snlal.:' Ont-of-lown guests here for Hie Hucklcljeri-y and salal sjuddcd with , wedding nnd reception lnelud?d Dr. gypscptula banked llic "lower win-'j :uu i Mrs. A. M. Wiisliburn of L<t-' l; do»s ' tie Rock. Mr. nnd MM. Raymond '" Candles lied with Walts satin , Harvey of Cape Girarduau, Mr. and bows apd sprays of gladioli lined Mrs. I.iu Kelsey of ColUcrvtllc. the bridal aisle, while white satin Tcim., Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Brandon Iron candelabra. Twin Grecian urns held white gladioli, l.«l;spur> and white £aniations'; > ''Wnl!!," n fan of Bits of News Mrs. Mike Meroney, who has been Iscrloasly 111 In Ihc Baptist In Memphis, has been moved to her home here. He condition Is mucsi Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Marciui Gallics will leave tomorrow for Mayfield, Ky., lo spend « week. Accompanying them will be !>. H Cutler, who plans to stay ut Rcelfoot bake for an Indefinite length of time. Mrs. L>. G. Nash will be at home tomorrow at 1301 West Chlckusnw- ba alter undergoing a ton-sllectcmy at, Blylticville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Ben- null and son, Raymond, Jr., of Proc- lor spent yesterday with friend:here, where Ibcy formerly nmdo their, home. Bobby Peterson will report, to the Loin; Beach Army Air Field, Long, , Bc-jch, Calif., July 5th, lor si> weeks reserve Iraiulng. Mr. Peterson l ; ; » first lieutenant in tin Army Reserve. The training wil consist of both ground and His'' i duty. Miss Mnry Jrun Brown of Junes-! Mjss nonn(1 Wll , u , cl .i 1( ,j, wln , cav born the bviric-clccl ol .Mlm At The Hospital* BI.VIIIFVILl.K HOSPITAL. Admitted: Mrs .Kiiymond Donncr, Manila. O. T. Decker, P.iscola, Mo. Dismissed: Jolin Ilolmc.s, city. Rosemary Alexander, Cooler. Mrs. Bob Hardin and baby, Dell. 'Mrs. L. K. Holt, Manila. Shelby Wnyno Slmy, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. H. I,. McCnlii, city. Mrs. M. I). Olson, Rte. 3, city. Mrs, Joel Fnmcis and bifoy, city, Mrs. A. W. Mathis, Stccle. Wayne Thomas Jones, Iltc. 3, city. It/M'TIST HOSPITAL, Mcmpllts Dismissed: A. It. Gentry, cily. •Births: Dnm to Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, Osceola, a son. Family Dinner Given By Mrs. Ward, Daughter OSCTOLA, July 26—Mrs. J, L. Ward-and Miss Agnes Wind entertained with a buffet, dinner at tiieir home_ on *201 Wcsl Hale Avc., Tuesday ' nlglit lor members of their family. Quests included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires and' grandson, Charley Joe, of Luxora; Joe Montague and daughter, Josephine; Mr. and Mrs. Waller Cox and daughters. Mary and Emma Jr.; Mr. and Mis. Chester Carter; Mr. anrl Mrs. Fah- cr White and daughter, Mary Almu: Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Boweii and daughter, Janctte. Women Voters League Will Challenge Law Coming Events , FRIDAY one Club meeting with Mrs. Alvin Hardy. Head Courier News Want Ads Sober-Upper A blow on the head resulting In a s evcrc injury is an effective euro for alcoholism, according to studies of heavy drinkers who have sustained such injuries. officers Including Mrs. Howard Stone, 'Arlington, Va., vice-President; and Mrs. Leon Haas, Atlanta, Treasure]'. The CIO clothing workers union sard it would invite n court test through the July 1 issue,' of its official publication, ^Advance." It I said aii editorial would urge the union's 3SO.CTO members to defeat, .. „ law t the polls. WASHINGTON, June 26 (UP>The league of women voters, cla lining 72,000 members, announced «,,,,..„..,„_ , ,. „ ,„ ,, ;-, ., today It will challenge the Taft- S - l i p P, 0 5 tcr ?.. of " 10 Tall-Hartley Hartley labor Inw's ban on political spending on grounds it violates freedom of speech and press. The amalgamated clothing worker,, (CIO) and "Labor," weekly publication of 18 Rail Brotherhoods, plan similar challenges. The spending ban thus may be the first provision of the law to face a court test. The controversial provision stipulates that it i s unlawful for any corporation or labor organization "To make a contribution or expenditure in connection with any election id any political office." The league did not take a stand for or against the labor law Its NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Buck S Melmrg lias made npplicatioii^o remodel a frame house on lot <^c block nine Highland Place Addition to the City of <Blythcvil!e. "When remodeled this • builtlinj; will be used as a slorc biiikliiis. Any protest should be in writing and filed lu the office oi the City Icrk. of he I'lylliPville ,ic r :ordlint iHinnunfcmcnt nruk; today by mother, Mrs. Smith. bows marked the family pew.5. "Nuptiul music, way"pi'S33ntod by' Mit. John Caudill, .pri;a:'U'., ai:d' Miss Batty Jean Hill, vocalist. Miss Hill received her-Master of Music degree this month' from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. She sang "I Love You Truly" by Grieg and "Because" • by D'Havdclot. .Mrs. Caudill's pre-uupliiil fr:lec- tyons Included7;>Al. D.iwnimy" by Caclmun and "Prayer from Notre DameV-from "Sweet. Bolhicnic" by Bocllman. During tha exchange of vows she played SchubDrt's "Ave Maria." For the processional, Fhe played the Bridal.Chxus Ivom ' Lo- of Essex, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Fml Alexander of Lcnchville, Mrs. Tom Miller of Chaffoc, Mo., Mrs. Fred Or'nble of Knnkakce, 111., Mrs. Carl Ross, Mrs. Carl Coble. Mrs. Arthur Gamble, Mrs. H. C. Co* nnd Miss Alice McIIaney. all of Kennel,',, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hall of Kennctt, Louis Comolli of ElbBrtim. On.. Rccder Porterfield of Kennott. Miss Mary I/ette of Kennctt, Mi.;s Lynn Darby of Essex, M')., Mrs. Vena Henley of Flint, Mich., Howard Dc- Spllntcr of Amiawnn, runl Miss Jane Sevicr of Memphis. for GA Girls Ltitertam Church Business Women The Lottie Moon Chaiilcr of Girl's Auxiliary piK-onicd u program ail , Calvary Haptist Church Ilusi-'"" ness' Women's inciting Tuesday' A night at (lie churEh. I ,,. . The .session was opened \vilh prayer and Mrs. Ilcr.ry Berry pre- Mdccl over the brief business scs- sion. 'Sue McG:c led this prayer which' opened the program and Lou Hodge presented the Introduction to the program topic "Great Names lor Memphis Saturday to' iiltctu (lie wedding of -Mis s Betty Jane Slalcr. [ormcr classmate at Miss Hiitcliinson's Scliool in Memphis Slie will then go lo Senaloblti. Miss., to visil Miss Joyce Hosc- boron^h. a classmate at Sweet. •Brim- College, Sweet Briar, Va. | Mrs. Dan Stout left yesterday will leave tomorrow for San An [;el<i, Tex i.-;, to join Mr. V/'jrnok' and make their IIOIIIB. He has linen their Lhc past two months. Mrs. Wcfilbrook's mother. Mn. f.'lar.v Unices, will go to Osccoia to make her home. R, TJ. Dcdjnan will be in Joties- boro for the next week on business. Special Friday 75c Fried Tenderloin of Trout Tartar Sauce — Cole Slaw Hot Rolls — Butter Hotel Noble Coffee Shop jjta^cu me iJi i u 11.1 _\jii-yi u-» *i \JIL\ 4j./- _ , \VI 1 hengrin" by" Wagner and for thej JonCSOOrO (jll'l tfj Wed recessional, Mendelssonn'5 Wedding i i t • T i March from "A MidSuramc Kighfs John Lane in LalC July Dream" was heard. , BRIDE WEARS LACE yVND r ' ; MARQUISETTK The-bride, who was given in :nar- riage by her father, ware ft s«'.vn of exquisite lace, and marquiieite. The sweetheart neckline had a niching of illusion and the li^hl-r.itlni; bodice %vaj of embroidered lace. The long sleeves had small covered buttons at the wrist and tapered to a calla point over the hands. The vor luminous skirt of marquisette cx- g.tended Tinto a long court, train. Her ^double-tiered iins'eri;p veil lell from a bonnet of pleated imported illusion with a soft-niching at the 'edge of the orim. Siie :cor- ried a 'bouquet.,of a- white orchid »ith a purple lip i and : gold throat [..' showered with slephariottsl white carnations and white larkspur. ^Mis. Howard DcSpUnter or Annn- wan, 111., and formerly of Blythc- vllle, was her cousin''! niairon of honor and her: maid j.jf honor was Miss Emily Berry;oi''Kansas City Mp. Miss Vera'Goodrich and Mis- pbrothy Jean Higgiaso.i brtdosmaids nnd tapers wcr^ lighted by Miss Ila Rogers and Miss !cialre Huflman. ' -,'The "feminine .attend'ints wore idcntU^xl dresses < of njjple green marquisette with draped lUfTieil hsr- "thas and bouffant skirts with deep piffles at the hemline. In their hnir ^ere fastened rosettes . or yellow carnations'* '';" ' '• '_\The matron's and mfild of honor's bbuquets were of.white Bln<iioli and yellow carnRtions ah(wci\-d with orchid poinpon'asters and mnltns 'luff tied with Chc^'sau'c '.;l')iulc ol ovcliid ribbon.v The^v.^bridesinaids carried similar f bouqaeU 1 of yellow gladioli and yellow carnations, shbw.crori with an extended visit In Indiana' Canada. She wa-s accompanied, her sister, Mrs. Con Yazsll. 1 ....^ were motored to Indiana by; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Henlcr, who : arc returning to California utter, visiting here. I Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Durham of •Dallas, Tex., have returned to their home after visiting with his brother, John Durham and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Davis Jr., returned yesterday after visiting his From Other Races." Jeanctta'Mich- parents,'Mr. ami Mrs. J. B. Davis act had "Ncttro Explorers" a s her El .__ jn Euixira, Miss. They also tonic an,| Alice Priest spoke on milt | c a trip to New Orleans, and "Education;" 'Hetty Carter discussed "RcliKlon" and Sue M;:Gcc s'.iokc Announcement has been made of OI , "Kindness." A special arranKC- he cngneeincnt of Miss Mary Ji::in nc ,,t of "Swinf: Law, Sweet CUa- Braivn, (laughter of Mrs. William j,,V' was |:rf:icntcd with Sue Mc- 3ec and Patsy Hiyne.s as soloists Smith or Joncsboro. to John I.aim, on of Mr. and Mi's. Herman L.ane, 701) Ash St. The wedding will be solcimiiy.ed n July. Miss Brown, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Burks Barker of Blylh»vi:ic, making her home with them while attending Summer school here. She will enter Arkansas Slate College, Joncsboro, Ihls Fall. Mr. Lane is a student at Arkansas Slate. \ Irene Magers Honored With Linen Shower Here 'Mis.;* Irene M:tgcrs of Dell, who will become the bride Friday ni- tcrncon of Curtis C. Duncan KennoLt, Mo., was complimented i lollo- yesterday morning with ~ "..-.. -• — HiloxL Mr. and Mr*. L, G. Thompson fir., have returned to their home after ten days 'hunting and fish- inn nl their '-friplc-T Ranch on the Eleven Pnint river in the Or. ,.nd .li->iicUo Michnel ;is nccom- ur ks. While Iber^ lh«v visited with lanisl, Mrs. p. II Jcrniuan dismiss- Dr. and Mrs. T. L. Tiplon, who arc ciunpiiiR there for the Summer. Among those altrn<1Ii><j tlin Miss Arknnais ncnulyi Pnsnant tit Hfl- cn« are; Brj'an Milcy. Frcnnnu .lernlfian. Sanforrl 'Tliomlinson, Max Harrison, Bo!) Bcrrymrm. Miss Mary Ann Parks. Miss Marilyn men, F. B. Jovno-. ..Miss Sara. Joyiirr, John White ' artl Malisliall Blnclmrd. 1 . Mrs. I. O. Wcstorook Jr..' and Piano nnd voice puniis of Mrs. 1 Iwo children, Patty and O'Neal. W. Orin Green will -present a recital ed the Ri-oup with prayer. Following the session, the proup lolnccl Ihc H. A. Zimmerman Chap- :er of the OA Association for boys for a serial hour. Members of the W circle were hostesses. • • A*rs. Green's Pupils Present Recital Monday evoniivj. June 3^. at 8 p.m. In' the Manila MelhodHt Church. Twenty-tour students will appear on the program. Tlioso who will pclonn r.rc the pupils: Clisirlenc Arin- llnen'stroni:. pe^Ry Dnron, Charli's -Ruth , shower by Mrs. Roland Green and B'tuikenship, Tnulenc Caery, -Ana- Mrs. R: A. Grcenway at tfie Green jhcth Davidson. Norlla Davis, Paul home on West Ash Street. Dean Davis. MJ:; Usst, Betty Jrnn •Red roses and hydrangeas were cf-FIccinan. Jnnneltr Henderson. i •Flccinnn, drcd Johnson. Bobbie June Klllsnn, nixie I'AVC Killinn, Ann Koohlrr. fcctivcly arrangert in the room and gunroom. Swcetpcas centered the lace- draped dining room table from i Shirley Phillips. Dorothy Rouch. Vir- which refreshments were served] Blnla Thrclkrld. Woody Townspnd Jniincttc .MrCiinn.Ann McDennolt, refreshments nnd .jWcctjTcas were also used in the corsage presented to the guest of honor. This wa s one of several parties which have been Riven for the brine-elect, whose wedding will be one ol the Summer's major nup- lals. Wall-.or. Virena M"ndy. Onrla .lenn Decker nnd Mnrjorlc Korrlilcr will act as U£llci\ for Ihc event. white, larkspur and orchid 1 asters and tied with maize ribbon. Miss Rogers and Miss Hullmnn wore wristlets of yellow carnations: FATHER.IS BEST MAN - 'Mr. McHaney -was his son's best man. Groomsmen Wijre John C. Mc- IIaney ill and Robsrt G., bjothers of the Following ;- .the ceremony. Mayor , and Mrg. Jatkign weri ho-it and hcs- tess with a^receptinu .it their home on West Main StrceL Decofalions in thj home coni- plimen(;d colors.worn by Ihc brirts's feminine attendants. At-'Ihe f(to of , the'stairway - was .».n avranKc-i rrient df white'8Ia'dl'ili"and while I larkspur while flowers in apple green and orehid shafles were av- ranged* throughout thc home. A modernistic arrangement, of iroxi-d fiowers,decorated the Liantel in thc living room and a ronn i lioumtet of the 'same flowers was placed on thc buftct in the dinln? room, Ploor b.irkets of white gladioli arid iaik- spur decorated thc siiiiroom. Nosegays were fasten2A tvi'the stall\vay bannister. Tlie . four-tiered weddlnj eake *hlch ;centered- t'is-saiin-covcred dining room'table WAS topped with figures.of '"fi bride and bridegroom standing beneath ail aria. Encircling thc cake were gardenias and Weiner Roast Given For Martin McAuliHe Martin McAullIfc celebrated his ninth birthday Tuesday with a ael- ncr roast at thc home of his ai*K. Mrs. Virgil Greene. Favors were presented to thc 14 lioys nnd girls present. Following games, refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served. * • • Avalon Bunco Club Entertains Husbands of tlic meiirtcrs ol llio Aviilcn Bunco Club were special guests hist, night when Ihc club was erUerlnined nl the liotne of Mrs. Raymond Shnmlin. OLlirr £t s were Mr. nntl Mrs. Jiicl: Gentry. In the evening's Rames Mrs. Paul Mnhon won higli.-Mr. Gentry bun- coed and Mrs. John Clome received low. un^r was served buffet style. WSCS Meeting Held Ntrs. Ocorpc Stilwell gave the clc votloml at thii week's meeting o The Won-ifin's Society of Christini Service of the Lake Sired Mclh cdisl. Church. A business sessio Mrs. CuHom Entertains With Bridge Club Party OSCKOl-iV Jlllv M--Mr>. J Cullnin Jr.. "f Wil'.on w:v; hn.Mo yrslrrday nflemoon in Dfc'coln with n pniiy al the home '>r her ir.otlwr. party nl llic iimno if 'V.M- innih Mrs. Kettye Nellc Starr, on Gein- mors Ave. Dounl llli"5, ITFI-S nnd daisies effrolively drroniti-il lln\ homo Mrs. P. W. Tun-ciilinc wu-.i fit:;' pil/,c \\\ [;;'.nu\s :>ml spoun.i v.'CJit lo Mrs. James Hyntt. •flic hoslcss wrvrd •» saudwlcl plate. I Mcmphian Entertains To Honor Mrs. Bueks Burning Feet You Get Complete Satisfaction or Your Money Hai'k Two or three application; o' Moonc's Emerald Oil and iu doublr-- quick time the pain an:l soreneso disappears. A few more applications at regular intervals and yon get rest and comfort agnln. And best of all it overcome offensive odors. It's a wonderful 'orinula—this conibiiiatl.m of es^en- ,ial oils wltti camphor and olhri antiseptics so dependable tl thousands of bottles .ire sold uu- nually. Wood Drug Co. and every Rood druggist guarantees Moonc's Emerald Oil or money back. OSCKO1 A. .Inly M — Mrs iirks of nodfoixl. Va.. wnr, d \vrdnr-Ktiny uis;l-.t when slstcr-in-tow. Mv.-s. Mall'ny vcll i>r Menii^liis. rn'.c-.t.lined Mcmpllts and C:ii'cola KC'.-sir, will! l <linnrr purly. fV.cV.s is the lou.scgucsl of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Place cards of blue and yellow rained cut :\ col'-r : clicnv also used in bmvls t>f -Siimmrr ftouers. The of honor prc.scnlcd a t:i!l. IWMY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE Of BACKACHES ' TkfeOUTiwtawntOftaa followed. Mrs. I-Vb.Tl CV.iv \v:'s :\ new member nnd Mrs. II. H. Ulrvins dis- niissCcA Hie i:roi[p ^Uli pr.iycr. , kWwr I niKtion mmua to nmmim 1m r~r Saturday Night 9 'til 1 Air Conditioned Mirror Room Adm. 60c Incl. Tax Speeds work- saves money— he/pi farmers get quality work • Prompt delivery. • Concrete delivered to any job which is accessible to our trucks. • "Mix" accurately propor- tcnjd 5nr your )ob. • Full stredgth, reliability and uniformity in every load. • Let us quote you on this economical way to build. If you need help w« can put you in touch with competent contractors. HUGHES Company Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South 70th St. Phone 3531 WATCH VALUES! Joe Carney, City Engineer. Joe City Carney, Engineer. G'11-21 Rugs Cleaned Safely! Careful handling -iafci<uards color and. textures, lluve them cleaned while you're vncilionhn;. Complete resizing. Work guaranteed! PEERLESS CLEANERS 116 So. Franklin Phone 2433 Longiincs Diamond Watch A gorgeous time piece you'll always treasure. Reasonably priced. '315°° \yzrat* 17 Jewel Gruen Petite \1 jewel model with link bracelet. You'll love it's trim beauty. $4975 17 Jewel Gruen Beautiful 17 jewel white gold case. model in sparking yellow or Hardly a month coes by J during which some • member ol the family • <Iocsn f L have a ccsltl cr v upset stomach, cai - aclic • or minor injury. Keep J them all minor— by con- « suiting your pltystcinii • first; and by having us • fill his prcscripLivm In onr • •' Tine pharmacy- depart--, , J IIlCLlt. ' ' ' ' • We Arc Proscription J Specialists tf. I ROTHROCK ! DRUG STORE I 205 W. iM.iin Pliontr 151 1 Man's 17 Jewel Gruen [•'jiinous jai-iiroof movement is [inc watch. Leather build. feature of this Conlinunus Shows Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show yiarts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN ft:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. Tlmrsclay and Friday Man's 17 Jewel Gruen I'll is iHstiiiRuishcd model represents one of r.ur .opmosl values. T7 jewel. $3750 Man's 17 Jewel Gruen I'liis populnr Gruen is made to give years of satisfactory service. 17 jewels. FETZPMRICK JEWELRY STORE IT TAKES ONLY 3 MINUTES TO OPFN A CHARGE ACCOUNT Box Office Oprns nt 1:03 p.m. Bhow Starts 7:1.1 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30; Starts 1:15 Onlinuous SIlows &\t'. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night lixcepl ' Saturday .. No passes honored on Sunday ftf the Koxy. Thursdav and Friday

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