The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 19-10 ethodnt Women Six Circle Groups The MlssJqn Study J luncheon ig of th* Wom»irt(Sool»t> of n.oJJc.tferYice of Wst M^lh 1st Cburch.ito be held -next Mon ijr at tli* church »i*t dUchssed yesterday afternoons circle ses >ns of the society. , (. MrSj Elton W K'^V i»nd Mis UenJ^okard »ere hoitesrfs at gfcby r<6m* to 14 m«*mbers oT le Oije Also present! »as a jestf MK James Stevenson The" devotional »as given by Mrs illlam Wyatt and the stufly comse light-by _.Mrs diaries Allgrd The cAip" ^olfd to serve the choir the st S»*ek"in April Circle- Tvo met at trie -borne of im.TUrry Klrby with Mrs John atlSoton ,as co-hostess ilncluil iniUi<)-. 13 ^embers present was lie* member, Mrs'. W. Sj. Johnm £ "She 1 * devotional »as led by Bsrad. .Mooie and the 1 study e by JVfri John Mileji Miller Mrs -Harry W Hfaines was nos IrtjJ Mrs W I/eon Smith cb kstess, to. 15 Circle rhree mem rp «iSdrW\ree iu«st«, Mrs S B ilfoM, tin. Hugh WhitsRt and V A &>»ek of VJcksburg «s r houieguest of Mr and Mrs E ittaek Mrs G^orft * 5»yles taught the &t tetton In the hew mlwloil ^t Dolt In^Odiked bj Mrs O rjudseh MeU6n nas.a guest t Wur meeting at the hoiiie w T Oberst x Mrs Loy wp po, hostess Mrs Vel n w* lit charge, of Ui* deyptlon and Mrs. H ^ WyUe taught rtiss Bel-nice BoyJ o CaVlton James \ . sliwy course for the U member'; ifiest present ClrcJ* stye met *l the home of r* tTfftoy Long llfrs % L, Jones as SS-tiSiless for tht 10 members esje^ rritft B. A. Lynch gave deylHlonal ahd fed the studj r* Mrs V O 1* Hafrslnb presided rrjB.H. M&Uhewf and Mrs D! Batjcsdale were hostesses at >e >t» tthejts home to nlne,,menj- ers *W Circle , S> Mrs W A J*d the devotional and P McDanlel the study In a candlelight ceremony yos- erday afternoon, 2 o'clock, lit Lake Street, Methodist church, M !S S Ber- nlce Boyd, daughter of Mr. and Mis, M. Bbyd, beennic the bride of Carlton James, son of Mr. and rlrs. Tom James. Tli». Rev. Bates Sturdy, churcli pastor, read the double linn cerc- nony in the presence ot numerous relatives n'nd friends. white Cathcdro! tapers in branched candelabra, Uoor l>as- t'eta of jnponlca and vases of spirca formed a setting for the wedding pally. Miss Eai-lenc Sullivan presented program of nuptial music, Including Lohengrin's "Wcddlne Mui'<-h," MendelsoiVs "Wedding March" '1 Love You Truly." The pianist wore a frock of fuscblu. trimmed with gold nail heads. Her Wnck felt hat was trimmed with luschla colored feathers and pinned at lioi Shoulder was a corsauc of \vhlti. carnations. Tapers were lighted by Mrs. Hilly King, who wore a black wood t! al) - nidlnc siill with Pink accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Sherlock Holmes, sister ol the bride, was her matron of honor. She wore a frock of blue and white ciepe with rullle trim and black accessories. Her corsage was of red carnations. The bridesmaid, Mrs. Leon Robertson, wore ti dress of powder blue crepe with black accessories and a corsage of reel carnations. Attendants for the bridegroom were Ernest Walker and .lessc Pondreii. trsliers were O. J. Hadgers ami George, N. Slllwell. . - > The bride, given,in. marriage oy her brother, v'evnort rtoyd, wore a psvie pt'nfe 'cii.lffP'n afternoon dress H'Vth a full skirt. Fasleiied down he brick with small covered but- ons, the wnisl was .trimmed with oihk embroidered medallions. Her • with pink Irs >Ur Bef " sHmei!.t4 h *${ me seried follow- ipeeUnis i M»hon Honored I'fiSrtKday Dinner ' *- *A tAhon woe g(if l of Jionon ay when !ifrs_ Mahqrt 'enter-. n^fft with a dinner ill observance his> birthday. Detarattng the home were ar^\s of mixed Spring flow |rs >plraea jonquils and japonic a town guests, pr«*nt for |he *ffair were Mr Marion s par •:' and Mrs. C. B. t Mahoi Jonesboro, hisf sister Mrs Ro •ert Hawklris arid Mr kawkjns Membhis; Mr. ahii Airs. Howard barouthers of Memphis and How- Ird Dempsey of.. Jbnesbord. iwyeir Will .Speak ...^ embroidered ,al was of black straw wit 'lowers and .plrincd at her shoulder was a purple orchid. j3he wore, n string of pearls, a Jlft^of the bridegroom, iind her ihotlier's small lauel watch. After a, brief wedding .trip to St.. Louis, they will make llielr home lit. .112 East Sycamore Street here. ,Mrs. James was gmdualccl from Blythcviile, High school and is employed ;al J. C. Penney Co. V Mr.,James.attended Burdclte High School and. .recently was discharged from Ule Marine O'orixs after four years service, of which 27 months were overseas., ,^ . , . > Auxiliary Officers Installed Yeslerday Officers of the Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church, elected and re-elected for Ihe com- Presbyterian lenn, were installed yesterday afternoon at the church. Mr.s. C. M. Tiruy was presented Ihe presidential gavel by Hie re- tlrhiB presldenl, Mrs. Zul 13. Harrison. In her acceptance speech, Mrs. Gray tolcl members of her incmljer- In this Auxlllury. She was Ihe nrst delegate, In 191B, to the Pres- byterlal. In I92C she served as Pres- bytci'lal )>reslrtenl and 1ms since been iictlvc In the church and or- ganl/atlon, holding various positions and offices. s Officers were Installed by the Rev. Harvey T. Kldil, puslor. Mrs. Roy Walton will again serve ns historian and Mrs. Kldci again as assembly foreign mission secretary. Officers serving Iheir. .first term are: Mr.s. K. R. Lancashire, religious education and ministerial relief secretary; Mrs. J. P. Pride, Christian .social service secretary; Mrs. E. A. Hale, social activities secre- ary; and Mrs. W. A. Dobyns, S fuul ', home missions secretary. Circle chairmen for the, coming year are: Mrs. R. C. Allen, Circle One; Mrs. L. S. Hiuizoy, Circle Two; Mrs. Jesse M, White, Circle Three; and Mrs. Erwin Jones, circle Four, n tils Installation speech the ftev. Mr. ICIdd pointed out, to members that they "must give to new'responsibilities." II<; also tolcl members that It was their "duty to give their co-opernlion .to officers." bplcgnles to. the Presbyt'orial, April 18 and 19. at First Presbyterian Church in Little ilock, will be ivlrs. Kldd arid Mrs. J. E. Beits- ley. Allernate delefiales are Mrs. O W. DlllahunLy and Mrs. Roy Walton. Mrs. DlllahuiUy opened the resume of the pasl year's work with a Thanksgiving prayer. Reports were given by circle chairmen mid call secretaries. During the session, plans were; discussed for the Spiritual Enrichment Week. March 2-1-31. Mrs. Leslie Hooper will be in charge. Royal Service Program Presented Yesterday Mrs. R. 10, Bias-lock 1«1 the Royal Service program, "Home Missions liuildlng In n New World" yesterday afternoon at the Woman's Ml.ssJoiuny Soc-Hiy u: i r irsL I3ap list Church ineettnK at iho church. The se.s.sion opened with Mrs, H. II. Brook.s, president, leading the WMU watchword und hymn. Mr.s. H. O. Cash gave the devotional and a prayer was ted by Mi'.s. Walter Bishop. Mrs, HlaytcK-k'.s topic was "America In the New World" and Mrs. K. K. Stevens discussed "Building* Anew On Old Fields." A prayer for "all home missions of Southern Baptist" was led by Mrs. K. C, Brown. ;<Ir.s. Harry Frit'/- lus presented a vocal solo. "Witness for Christ," accompanied by Mrs. Brown., Mrs. Tom W. Jackson led a prayer and Mi's. Theodore lagan's subject was "Bulldlnij Among Many Races." Baptist YWA Meets With Mrs. Ferguson Mrs. uoroUiy Ferguson yias hostess last nigh', to members of (he young Woman's Association of First Baptist Church. Taking part on the program were Miss Jane Sliced, M'ss Mary Alice McDermoll and Mrs. Ferguson. ' , The .',1'sslon closed with prayer and llic' hov.ess served refreshments dining the social lioui 1 that followed. • # • Parents 0{ Daughter ' Friend:; here have received word thai Mr. and Mrs. Koberl Tyrone of Sikcion, Mo., formerly of ,131y- llirvllli-. arc- parents of a daughter bom Saturday In a Slkcslon Hos- pllal. Their third child, she has been named Barbara Kay. They are parents of two sons, Bobby Joe, 12, and Ciene, two. Mrs. Tyrone is Ihe former Miss Jo Kay White. VIrs. Hammo'ck Hostess Mrs. M. C. ;roup with Outlaw iraycr. the Seven Directors Homed For World Bank, Fund SAVANNAH, CJa., Mar. in. (UP) .—.SCW.'M executive directors each for the World Bank and Fund in addition to chosen by the Blf; Five nations were elected formally Monday, The election of directors came as the inaugural meeting of the World Monelary Conference prepared lei conclude Us current hus- Coming Events WEDNESDAY Central PTA meeting at school, 3 o'clock. Mrs. O. A. Cunningham entertains Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. J. C. Ellis hostess to Town and Country Club. THURSDAY Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting with Mr.s. I.nne Nowell, c.NU club meeting with Mrs. W. C. Colston. Mid-week Club guests of Mrs. I!. A. Lynch. Mrs. H. G. 1'artlow hostess to Club Eight. Thursday Luncheon Club meet- in!; with Mrs'Russell philips. Mrs. !•;. n. Dickinson hostess to •Jnlrc Nous Club. Thursday Contract. Club mect- ng with Mrs, Cl. O. Caudill. Mrs. H. A. Watenkiimp entcr- :aius Octette Club. FRIDAY .liuiior I'Y'llrnvshi]) of First Methodist Churcli meeting at the church, r<:45 p. in. Junior Royal Association of First Baptist Church meeting at church immediately after school. Mrs, I.fon Scherer hostess to Friday Rook Club. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Herman May. Woman's Club meeting at club house, 2:30 o'clock. Meeting Is Canceled The special educational and social meetinii of Senior Parent-Teacher Association, to have been tonight at the home of Mrs, Matt Mona- Bhan, has been cancelled. Announcement of the .cahcella- llon was made this morning by Mrs. Hussell Barham, president. The meeting next week will be held, she said. Mrs. James Roy, to have been guest speaker at tonight's session, would have been unable to attend Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock J. entertained last night with u party honoring nor liouscgucst. Miss. Bunny Bishop of Kansas City. Mo. ,, Tll c slate of directors included Gathering at the Hammock 1 the Silmc nnmcs recommended car- home, 1323 Walnut, were 11 friends. ," cr »V n committee with the ex Refreshments of assorted sand-. "ption "f Norway, which had been wiclics and cold drinks were served '" mcd for <iil ' cct representation .on buffet style 1 from the dining room! able. Burning white candles dec-' orated the home. Bibbs Parents Of Son Friends here will he interested to learn that Mr. arid Mr.s. II. L. Bibb of Nashville, Teiin.. are parents of a son born March D in Nashville. Their first child, he has been named Howard L. Jr. Mrs. Bilib Ir, the former Miss TYancella Fi.sher of Blylhevillo. She was graduated from Blytheville High School in lfl:H. j the bank directorate. The Big Fi did nol join In today's voting, not 1 did LiUin American nations, \vliic!i colle[.-ti\'ely njune two members each for the bank and fund directorates. .Tims the organization of the inul- U-blltioii dollar stabilization func! and reconstruction and dcvcTOi) meiH ljunk tjcciime EI reaHty. Naming of tbt managing director oi the [mid and president of tlio bank will be delayed until the first meeting of the executive directors In Wn.shinKton in May. 500 «ther MO'! M EH Fowl s-all lu st ns CeoJ because of ail Injury she received when .slie fell yesterday. She plans to speak al ihe meeting next week. LOOK! THIS LARGE ^ SIZE JAR of NOROUNE Petroleum Jelly for minor bui'nfr—cuts, ijriiis- AND'ONLY"!^ THE BEAUTY CLINIC Mar'garel Hcen Smith, Owner Ingram Blclg. Plione S271 Read Courier News Want Ads. Mrs. Barnes Hostess Double Four Diidge club members were entertained Saturday afternoon with a bridge, party n't the.home of Mrs. T. J. Barnes. Durii)}; afternoon games, illgh score prize went to Mrs. Joe T. HUghes niui second high <vcnt to Mrs. Bill Mnilh. . Tlie hostess served n dessert, course. -"What Can We Substitute For ary,.wil!' be the subject dlscusSe'd f, JkCarcus, Evrard tomorrow,after- on at the Cenijral.Parent-Teath- c |r.Association meeting. • • ' l,Mr. Evrard.Is.a Blythev'ille lawyer If trie Reid, Byrard and Ror firm. I Before .the sessjon at. 3 o'clock. |here,be, an..executive board eting at 2:30 plciock.•-. ! SOMETHING NEW! READY-MIXED CONCRETE FouhdafioMS-Sidcwalks-Dciveways-Porchcs Co II 517 for estimates PRIDE and USREY GOAL and CONSTRUCTION CO. Approved FHA Contractors fe^^ and tils li-Piece Orchestra Featuring the lovely Polly Freeman T- : . Playing for a Cabaret Style Dance Thursday. March 21 at the ARMORY HALL For Your Home SijringfieW Couches, Lounge Chairs with Ottoman, Chif frolics, Hedrrtom Suites, Springs, Mattresses, 5 piece TJreakfast Sets. Just Received: Metal Trunks & Lockers Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. Hone 2302 er's Friend massaging preparation kelps bring eai-e and comfort to expectant motliers. '> ...OTHITJVS rRIEND, nn exciulsttoly J.T 1 [jri-pniccl emollient, is \isclul In all cf;j-,<fKLotiH ,v/litre a bkin'.l, mild ftticdyne :^:;F:U'JU x;]C'.U<i:n in. sl:tii lubrication la ili sired. Olio conClLxni In \vHIcll \voinen fur nioro Ll\'ii' 70 yt-c.r.1 hrvvc used 1C Is 1:11 (ippiicatioii lor in:::*-:autng the bwiy tU.rMt; prccnuticy . ,. It licl[3s keep Hie r.'/ln hdt niul pU:ible . .. thus avoiding iiiinocij.^ary (ll::to:Tirart dt:c to dryucss jiinl liyiitnu. 1 :. 1 ;. It rc(rct;!ie*i r.iid ione^ tho <•!{i:\.AiiiO:-::.l in:is:ati{jt>np;ilIcL.tloii for tho mir.ilj, ti:i£lln^ ur hurniri^ sensations of the ::t:Ln . . . for th« tlrctl back, muscles cv crnisiji-ll!:^ ])r.ii!F lu the lees. Quickly ritiTorbrd. Dcll^luful. to xiso.. lilylily riiisrjtl by users, intny (toctorf; uml nurji'3. Minions of he L tics sold. Just ask ;.:iy erur*"l5t for Mathcr'.s Friend—the !:!SI cnioliltiit ana I'.ihrlcr.nt. Do try It. A Spring Hat is a Tonic for Milady . . . A New T.nmp. A gaily colored Vase — Coffee Table Accessories — Kilftirines or some rare Antiques wiil give ;t real lift to your home. It's Smart to Shop at The Gift Shop MODERN — ANTIQ11K Moss Bryan 103 E. Main Phone 2254 301 East Main St. New and Used Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, . not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. DEFLOWER SHOP r.T.n. Service We Deliver Anywhere . Ph. 491 Mm. J. At (Mac) Williams, owner Gknroe Bldf. As Advertised In LIFE Adrafice Admission $2.40 per Couple, Tax Incl. At Hie Door Admission > $3 per Couple, Tax Incl. Ticfc**s and Table Reservations on Sale at Kirby Bros Drug Co. dretf by BlytheYille JAYCEES rt\ v- W' 11 ' 10 V 011 " i.-l,orn frmloin, llie paidy ntu ' ^y?" 1 fsis> - 1 lirii-'lu, iii-w bummer ' Refrigeration Service! 'Kidney Trouble Phone 415 We have ah Expert Service Man to take care of your Refrigeration and Washing Machine'Serv- ice; also Electric Motor Service. We also carry a complete stock of New Parts for all makes of Equipment. Work Guaranteed. Reasonable Prices. Tom Little Appliance Co. 105 West Main Sr, Blytheville, Ark. Is REAL Trouble" remarked a customer, -but it troubles me RS 1 clvink the sootlu'iiB Mountain Valley Mineral Wdtcr from Hot Springs. Ark." Let us send a case to you today!' FOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From Hot Springs, Ark. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division, nijthevilte, Ark. BONDED AND 24-Hour INSURED Continuotti Show* Every D*y Box Office Opens l:4t Show Starts 2; 90 LISTEN ¥0 KLCN Tuesday SERVICE One Way to Love with, jiinis Carter and Chester Morris Selected .Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday CALL The Family Shoe Store 968 Wednesday Thursday and Friday K^ilroad Sired Bill Wunderlich — • Rear Robinson's Dree Store eonlinuous Showing Every Day Malinrw Sat. A Son. Only Office Op«ns 6:30; Show Start* 6:45 r. M. Each Opens Sunday I'.Ofl; Starts 1:1S Contlnnvn Shows Sat. aod 8mm. Bargain Night F.vrrf Night Except . Saturday. 312 West Main Phone 2342 Radio Service "Pig" Atigel Refrigerator Service Fred Lawler Washer & Ironer Service Philip Frtl Vrtciinm Cleaners, Fans. Irons and buinll Appliances Repaired. Baby jumper swings Baby walkers and .strollers i Pyrex glassware—household waxes ami cleaner-cutlery. Phonograph records and accessories. Fans—attic, window, pedestal, and lable types. Adams Appliance Co., Inc. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Successors to Hardaway Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 206-66 West Main Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBI.K FKATllRK • W ALSO INVISIBLE MANS REVENGE A UNIVERSAL PICTURE If

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