The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 30, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLB (ASK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1947 AtTkHMpit* Emily Wliaen, Society Editor Phone 461 Rainbow Girls Assembly Will be Instituted Here An -Assembly of Rainbofe Girls urill be Instituted here Wednesday afternoon arm nighl by the Ordur ol the Easlern Star and the Masonic Lodge. j . At a meeting of the advisory committee made up of members of th« t»o organisations, Mrs. W. C. Colston was chosen' mother advisor arid Mrs, Gus Eberdi, assistant mother advisor of Die assembly. Seth L. Reed of Clarksville, supreme deputy of the Order of (Rainbow Girls of Arkansas, will preside at . the institution and •members of the Osceola Assembly will bs; guests. Girls selected es'"charter, members were Roberta JBrjccy, Shirley King,. Jo Ann Trleschmann, Sally Trieschmann, Juanila Eberdt, Karen Colston, Susie Crafton. Ramona Crafton, Patsy Wilson, Nancy Hamilton, Mclba Pryor, Sb'ndrn Ann Lunsford, Winnie Beth (Buck- lev, Eiila Smith, Gay G'arrtan. Pat Hay, Carolyn Wade, Katherine Westbrook, Catherine ,Graham. George Ann Stilwell, Lottie Pearl Stilwell, Barbafa VanHooser. Elizobeth VanHooser, Marv Dowdy Prances Dowdy, Diane Zellers, Joj . Shelton, Dorothy Lum. Mary Morgan, Bobbin Estes aii'ct Jackie'Esles Other Kirls will be admitted lo membership during an expanslor .'program. The' advisory committee is made Prewitt-Talbot Wedding Rites . Held at Reydell OSCKOl.A, June 30.—The Talbot plantation home at Ueydoll was the setting for the niarriag'e of Miss Elizabeth Ann Tallx)l, diuighler of Mrs. J. Beourcgnrd Talbot and the late Mr. Tallwt, to Richard Edwin Prcwllt, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wflthen Prewitt of Osceola. Tlie double-ring rites were solemnized lit high Jiooii will) the Rev. John M, Allln, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal Church at Conway. officiating. Before the ceremony, nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Charles Glrior of Pine Bluff and llichard Bcaucliamp, vocalist. Mrs. Girlor played "To a Wild Rose" by Mac- Dowcll. nnd "Lioucstnium" by Llsxl and Mr. Beauchamp sang "The Lard's Prayer" by Porsylhe and "Oh Perfect Love" hy llmlcigh During the exchange of vows, Debussy's "Claire De l.unc" was heard The archway was entwined with Southern smilax and tall briskets of gladioli. Hanked on each side will tapers burning in branched candelabra, were silhouetted against a large bay window to form the Improvised altar. Tuners were lighted by John David Gulfy and George Tallwl Jr. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, J. Beauregard Bits of News BIATIIEVILLE UOSPITA1, Admitted: Mrs. G. R. Nave, Qullln, Mo Mrs. W. P. Polk, Cootf.-, Mo. Mrs. Kenneth Lawson, city. Jean Chandler, Dell'. James Burrow, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. Roy Goodman 'and baby Manila Kay RJce, city." Ruth woolrldge, city. Mrs. Edgar Borum, e'.ty Truman Hoopim 1 , Armcjel. Mrs. Raymon Bonn«r and babv, Manila. ' Doyle Henderson, who has returned from Dr. Heacock's Clink In Memphis, will be rtmfincd lo bed for I wo or three weeks. HI: condition Is much improved. Gyono Erhardt has returned from a weeks visit In St. Louis as guesl of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Erhardt, Jack Owens spent. the weekend in Caplevllle, Tenn., "with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Frank A. Owenfi. He also was in Memphis to see his uncle, J. H. Ingraiir, who is seriously ill In Ihe Methodist Hospl- Stubborn Stubble Yields To Lotion buby. Mill and • babv tul. Miss Wills Mae Johnson Is spending a week in St. Louis and Mrs. J. C. l/jgston city. Mrs. James Honeycutt, e lty Mrs. w. L. Wilborn and baby, Rose land. Mrs. Jimmer Steele, Mo. Clara Taylor, Armorel. Afrs, Owen Blue, city. lionald Mlka, city. Births: Born to Mr. and Mr* Luther Monty, utty, a son yesterday. Horn to Mr. and Mr>; c. G, Armstrong, Dell, a .son yesterday. Born to Mrs, and Mrs. Malcolm Griffin, Dell, a son yesterday. Born to Mr. and Mr.i. Richard Prichard, city, a .son Saturday. Born to Mr. and. Mis. James Dupo, III,, as guest of relatives. Hanley, city, a' daughter" Saturday' and friends. | WALLS HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens and. Dismissed: family left today for_ a ten-day] Mrs. G. visit with relatives In Indiana and Providence, La. D. Bushings, Lake up of. ; Eastern Star members. Mra. Tnlbol If, wore n while gabardine C. W. Alford. Mrs. Gus Etoerdt, Mrs. Marvin Crlttenden',- Mrs. Raleigh' Salvesler, 'Mrs. Love Adams and Mrs. W.W. Wahl. and. Masons. Joe Fltzpatrlck, J. I). Lunslord, Homer; Wilson, Scott Alley, E. M. Holt and Bob Coleman. '*''*•• Y Prichard Son Named The' son born j to Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Prichard Saturday has been named Richard -Aubrey, Ji- He Is their first child.' Mrs; Prichard r !S'ihe former Miss Mary Pafford, daughter of Mr. nnn Mrs. D. C. Pafford. '" Bettiel Installed at Ktnnett . ?• . ''.-'••'- 's 1 '. Officers of Bethel Shrine of the Order of the White Shriris of Jerusalem 'were' Instiled Friday night ' ' 1 •' hc In' thfe Masonic'. 1 tTall Mo. IWcmbers'^irt :he . clude .; MaBOiiB ' And' t' members from.; 'Xffxnii Senath, Steele,, Hay';i. villc. Mariton'and "I5>i'iiiav Mo. nn.t Leonard, Ark. M.ildcn, MorAfce '•'•" Mrs; .ry.s>e-. dburn, worthy trca- suil and a matching rolled brimmed hfll draped with u chiffon scarf. She carried n while Prayer Book topped with white orchids and showered with slephanolis. Miss Anneltii Tulbol, the bride's .sister, was timid of honor. She wore a grsy wool gnlvirdine suit with brown accessories. Her shoulder corsage was of purple orchids. Boyd White of Osceolu served Mr. Prewilt as h?st man. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in llio home. The brl- dul table ivns overlaid with n cloth of white organdy extending to the floor with a double ruffle. Center- Ing the table was a tiered wedding cnkc encircled with gardenias and camellias. After a wedding trip to the Gull Coast, Mr. and Mrs. Prewilt wil! be at home In Osceola until he resumes Ills studies this Pall at the University of Arkansas, Payctteville For traveling, the bride wore a grey Summer suit with a panama hut in a natural shade; and pinnet an orchid corsage at her shoulder Guests Included friends and rela- lives from Pine Blnir. Stuttgart, Osceola, Blylhcvllle, Greenville, Miss and Pensacolii, Phi. From Osceola wore the bridegroom's parents ai» their Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Mrs. J. H. Love-! well, „ Mrs. Charles P. Hale, Mrs. | 3|jencer Driver, Mrs. Harry Driver. Illinois. 'Riftc Carson, Whitney Morgan, 1 Hryce Layson and Joe Shanks were' in St. Louis' yesterday for tlie ball game. Vf. O. Guerin Jr., left Saturday or Purdue University. Lafayette, fnd., where he- Is enrolled for ils second five-week course in the Life Insurance Iiistllute. Mrs. A. G. Shibiey and daughters, fir>s Josephine Shibiey and Miss 3eneva Shibiey, and son. A. G. Jr., Have returned home after spend- a week in Georgia. They went, especially for the wedding of Miss Edna &.iloom of Macon lo Edward Assld of Clarksdale. Miss. Th^y were accompanied bv Mrs. Shlbley's sister-in-law, Mrs. G. M. Saliba ot Daws on, On. Mrs. W. P. Judd left yesterday to.- Poplar Blulf, Mr., to spend a wee!: with her daughter, Mrs. Mildred Cooper, and family. Robert Purtle who spent the piist two weeks In Memphis has returned home. Ray Winget and daughters, Mary Evelyn and Ermnleta, have returned to their home in Shelbyville Tenn., after having been guests here of Mr. Wlnget's sister. Dr. Edna Nles, and Dr. Carl Nles. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sargent spent the weekend here as guests of Mrs Sargent's mother, Mrs. A. B. Holland. They were en route from ".Vashington, D, C., to Kansas City G. D. Rushings, Lake Providence, D. Ccbb, Steele, Mo. Mrs. c. M. Blaylock, city. Mrs. M. O. McRuy, Rt. "l, city. Bubble Jean Simpson, Lllbourn Mo. • Lynette Jackson. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Gussie Samet, Cai/ufhers- ville, Mo. Hans Green, Sleele, Mo. Mrs. Douglas Fletcher, Oscecla Ark. Mrs. A. S. Gilbert, city BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. J. c. Warren. Manila, Ark Former Dell Resident Married in Illinois Of Interest here Is aniiouiiceni-Mit of the marriage of Miss Geneva Brake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Brake of St. Louis, formerly!''' or Dell, to Val Jean Thomas of " Roslclare, 111. The wedding was solemnized June 21 at the Ptist Methodist Church of Johnston City, 111. A program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Joyce Williams, Big Steel Mills Slow Production Lack of Coal Causes Shutdowns in Related Industries PITTSBURGH, June 30. (UP)— Idleness mounted In the steel Industry today as a result of the 10-day vacation of the United Mine Workers' 400,000 soft coal workers. At least 20,000 mill workers were reported laid oft". Production losses were pyramided as more than 200 steel fabricating' and processing plants closed to take advantage of the slow down and gl'.-s their employes mass vacations, swelling the number Idle by unesti- mated thousands. The vacation pay cu&ioneti the economic shock for many of the Idle steel workers. U. S. Steel Corp., which has furloii3hed about 10,000 employes In Ilia Pittsburgh-Youngstown, district, said workers' were being given their, vacations "where- cver expedient." '.. • • But tlie miners'-, vacation, combined with the heavy loss of coal tonnuge 'through wildcat pre-vtica- HGII work, stoppages', by''mow than 250,000 coal fleltl workers, forced drastic curtailments In'the steel' industries' • non-.vacutronlrig departments. Union Bible Classes Begin in Osceola Today OECEOLA, June 30.—The Union Vacation Bible School opened today, with classes to be held in' three Osceola churches undor di-' roclioii ol Mrs. C. W. .Watson. | The primary and beginner's classes wil be held at First, Melh-| odist Church with Mrs. Watson 111 I charge; th e Junior classes at Pirsti Christian Church with the Rev. I L. R. Still, pastor, in charge, andj intermediate classes at First I'res- bytcriun Church with the Rev, L, T. Lawrence, pastor, in clv.irge. end In reprisal lor the Palestine government's alleged violation of a United Nations truce appeal. New Yorkers spend S300Q dally in telephoning lor correct lime. Stern Gang Slays four JERUSALEM, June 30: (UP) — The Jewish underground Stern gang said today that its memebsr killed lour British soldiers and wounded seven- with gunfire during the week- SALE i OFF MOSS BRYAN will Feature a Summer Sale Table Boudoir. Lamps, i.arlU's Purses, Bill Folds, Snapshot Albums, Children's Blocks and Piggle Banks, Mntchabelll and Gourielli Lipsticks. Powder .uid Creams. THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street vpcalisl, and Mrs. William Keml- wat .?'\. h . air , is Fluffy lolion. used hy model Dorothy Marshall above, is an odorless depilatory which simplifies letf-ffroomirur. • BY ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer Out ol Ihe postwar sleuthing? for Improved cosmetics come.s a depilatory lo -simplify le^-groomlng. The hair-remover is a creamy, citorlcss lolion formulated lo make fl clean .ss^eep of stubble in record time. Makers siiy their product :otUains a new nclive ingredient which simplifies the usual chore of denuding legs und leaves skin as smooth as .silk. All. that's needed for the cleanup is one application of fluffy lotion. When removed with :i cloth or cotton and plenty of lukewarm rick, pianist. also removed. The [entire'job takes 15 minutes or less, Miss Ruth Brake, stsrer of t,, e de l >eniinl 8 upon how stubborn stub- bride, was her maid of honor, mid ble i!i : Miss Rosalie Brake, another sis- " ter. served as brldesmaM. surer;M|is;; Pansy Bolm,: : . worthy j Miss ^Blanche Cleere, Miss Lillian shepherdess; Mrs. Dorothy Duncan, Patterson, Miss Betsy Covlngton. worthy guide. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Nnilllng. Mr. Mrs. .Mamie Prince, worthy chap- and iviis. Stanley Carpenter, now of ,_ lain ;; ;Mjs. Nellie Hamra, worthy Little Rock OIK! formerly of Osceola, and from Blylheviilc. Bill Kld- rklge. herolcMR. K Stewart, first wise .man; Otto Duncan; second wise man; ^Fred Pierce, third wise man; Kimbje 1 Swindle, king; Miss Mona Arnswpfth, queen; Miss Edna Rudolph,, first hand maid; Mrs. Louise Avery, f second hand maid; Mrs. Elizabeth Gately, third hand.,maid; -Mrs. Ann Ray, worthy, organist: Mrs. Ursula Spencer, worth guardian, aiid Mrs. Nettle Jones, uortliy guard. : where they will make their home l The bride wore » white slipper and where Mr. Sargent Is connected satin gown with a full skirt of wilh Black and Veatch Construction marquisette. She carried a feou- Engineers. Mrs. Sargent Is liic for-'quet of white carnations and ardenias. - - . .- -,-.{- v ,-- laslte McCollum .Jr.;' offSoirtif- rn Illinois Unfv'erslty,'Cnrb'oKdale. ervetl Mr. Thomas as best man! Sroomsinen were Jack Akin of St. •ouis, George R. Thomas," brother mer Miss Margaret Holland. Also Meeting American Legion Auxiliary meeting tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at The Hut, for election of officers. Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 3 E. Mite Phone 24 Mrs. Burks Honored By Mrs. Jet tie Driver CSCEOLA, June 30—Mrs. Phil Burks ol Bedford, Vs., who Is homcBiiest of her purents. Dr. jnd Mrs. C. M. Harwell, was honored Frklny afternoon when Mrs. Jettie Driver entertnUied three tn- blcs of guests will lulnijd i a ties issert bridge at the home of her mother, Mrs. D. H. Blackwood, 502 West Johnson St. Mrs. O. S. Massengill won hlgn score pri/e In bridge games and Mrs. C. J. Lo.vnince held second high. Mrs. Burks was presented a ^ift of monogrammed sUUIoucry by the hostess. Arrangemenls of pink and bits* hydrangeas rjK-cornted the Blackwood home. was Mrs. Curtte Dorlch of St. Louis, the former Miss Nancy Holland Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter. Beth, have returned home after spending three weeks at Gull Lake, near Battlecreek, Mich. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Stc- phenson. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son. Jerry, and Mrs. M. T. Moon relumed yesterday from a weeks' slay at camp Rio Vista, Hardy. Mr. Lowe anil Mr. Moon motor' .1 over for them yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Keener have returned from n two weeks vacation In Popular Bluff, MO., where they visited his parents, Mr. am: Mrs. J. R. Keener, and in Big Springs and Rockaway Beach. Mo They also went to points In Oklahoma and western Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. J. Norrls Moon am 1 . son, Norris Reeves, of Evansvllle Ind., have arrived to spend severa clay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Starr Hostess With Bridge Luncheon OSCEOLA, jriiv. ?p—Mrs. Bettye Nolle Starr wn 1 , hostess with the weekly party of her bridge c.r.b when Mrs. Lorene Eden of Marti 11- ua, houseguest of Mrs Mike Nail- ling, was also a i;j!St. The hostess served a liincheoi and In bridge games which folio*'?.. Mrs. .c-.c. Bosven high prize and Mrs. J. .L. Glascoe presented seconil . Entertaining iunm s were attnv: lively decoralort wiMi arrnngemenl of lilies and yel'.n'.v roses in ta vases. st the bridegroom, Donald \<. T. Moon and wltH-'Mr. anil Mrs Vecll Lowe and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thftel Nicol and tii c i r ainily will leave tomorrow for Hardy lo spend a month's vacu- lon. Also goinji to Hardy will be Mr. and Mrs. Parrls McCalla andj Linda Taylor for a week's vacation. I Joiin L. Thompson Jr., returned' to Kings Point, N. Y. Friday after 1 a visit of two weeks with his par-[ ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Tliomp- son, North Division Street. Mr/ Thompson Is senior instructor in IJhompson is senior instructor Inthe Slates Merchant Marine Academy, al Kings Point. i Mr. and Mrs. Don IFaley,; rlcia Farllow and Betty Hill of. Statcn Island, N. Y. motored yes-' tcrday to Jonesboro and Paragould. Betly Hill is tlie houseguest of Mr and Mrs. T. A. Bill. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Walls have as their guests this week Mr. and' Mrs. E. H.^ Moody of Tulsa, Okl,\. I Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Scott nf| Paragould are guests of their' daughter, Mrs. Oeorge Clark and Mr. Clark. flchetfler. . A. reception, was given honoring the couple following tin: ceremony, ..'jjlrs. Thomas was an honor graduate of Dell lljgh Suncol and Mr'.'Thomas, velertin of service in 'Wle' Mari'nn 'Corps. _""was graduated from Si. I.cnis- College of Mortu r ary Scieuco, wl\erc he .pecamc a member of the Delta P!;i fraternity. One.stf; at the wedding incluflitl Mrs. Tom Alexander :>f Blylheville, grantlmuther of Uio bridi 1 . Mr. nnd Mrs. Tlioma.; will make llome in Itosiclato. 'Special Tuesday 75o Barbecued Spart Ribs Hot Sauce Hot Rolls-Butter HOTEL NOBLE COFFEE SHOP DANCI Saturday Night 9 'til 1 Air Conditioned Mirror Room Adm. 60c Incl. Tax See Jimmie First' Samson Arkansas' Outstanding HOLIDAY EVENTI MIDGET AUTO RACES Mississippi Co. Fairgrounds July 4, 2:30 p.m. Sponsored by DUD CASON POST 24 s of the American Legion Adfrasskm 60< What is the Correct price to pay for a New Automobile delivered in Blytheville? • Youll be proud to s«t up sturdy, • smartly styled Samson tables for^ your card parties becauwyou know they'll b« enthusiastically odmifed by your guests. SAMSON FOLDING M»l£S AHl BUtLJ TO LAST! The** feature* Make SAMSON TABLES Kcst! Do«t4. Br«c« — Le«> Carxwt W^gle 8ufn-R*«istanl, AfcoKol-Proof Tops Electrictrity W«ldttl Tubular Sl«cl Lc 9 i CMof-Fait WnlraW* f<*r> Coftfimiem Swrf«<e*.^N*ffcmf to C*<» Dwt ' Slrong I«o«»li O» J I JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE COMPANY Just in Little Boy Aprons Infant Batiste Gowns TOT SHOP 110 Sn. 2nd SI. Phone 230S. 'T|^ •»-=•••••••*••*«*****•••' Day and night our registered J marmacists and apDthecurv jars; * )eslle, mortars anil fcalfs 'are at • work compounding proscriptions • o the teller. 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