The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 27, 1946
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1946 Judy Fiske Wed To CPO Charles Miss Judj Fiske daughter of Mr. viA Mrs Tom Fiske ot Poplai BlufT, Mo became th° bilde Saturday mght of Chief Pettv Otlicer Chirlcs Davis, ''also or Pupiar ' BlufT," In a ceremony here at the home of Mr. •md Mis J K Simp on The wedding was solemnized by thepey TS C Bio\\n pastor of t irst B-ipUst pi loimmg pauj IB ?|j lioli spiraea setting foi the wedding white floor baskets of and fern amnged v-ith ,._ Ethel Mae Eberdt \Ved To Louis Ppssanza Miss Ethel Mne Eberdt, daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt Jr., became the 'bride list 'night of Louis Michael 1'ossanza of Mom-,C| U r) Is Entertained was I T Mr/Bnlcs l «!ur!iy'lc<l h° ( prayer ""I Mrs. W. if Mayo was iii charge (if (lie business meeting. 'Hie group was -.•djoiu-nrd by reacl- Ing the missionary prnycr In unison. phis. The double ring ceremony Miss Dorothy .lean llliiglnson was solemnized at Die home of the ; lfl stess Monday night to members bride's parents, 1)13 Hearn Street. The'brtoe wore a navy blue crepe ihess v?ltl) a corsige of whfte car- i it ons^ Her accessories \\eie black Hei fmtron of honor Mrs Ebb Rcvnolds svore'a grcj suit with pink car,na(ions and black ind white* accessories. Mr Reynolds =ei\ed Pelt) Of- ficeuDa\is as best min Following the cerernori>, an In- foimil reception wa- held at the prhate dining rftom of Delta Court Cafe -Tables were decoiated with mirblc bo*ls of red loses ind red in the presence uf relatives. The 'Rev. S. B. Willord, paslor of First Methodisl Church, officiated. ''Rites we're read before the fireplace In the living room. Over the mantel was a'large mirror which reflected crystal bowls of yellow rosebuds on the mantel. Tlie bifde wore a caramel crepe dress v.'lth short draped sleeves find smocking at Ihc yoke jind waist. At her shoulder she pinned a corsage of white gardenias and yellow rosebuds. Her accessories were in black. Following ceremony, tli brute's] parents entertained with a reception. Tlie lace-draped table of t dining room was decorated with a crystal bowl of pink cnrnntiuns-nnd imdl "humed In holders of imrb'.e. white tapers burned in crystal hold- I lie! wearing cala was topiwd wtth efs.' The wedding cake was topped mlniatUrl flguies of i bride and he't 'with miniature figures of n l>rlde. Iswy bridegroom i bridegroom and minister. This same Mis pa\ls is well known in Bly-1 scene was used on Ihc wedding as she has been here on'cake of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Cal frequent trips for Montgomers Ward Gossett, who with Mrs: Harry Bur- (j,,,.,,^,,., „, ind Company for which she um an 'nell, 'presided at 1 the table. i n]|) |)Ul . no ' SC! . instructor 1 to net? cinploje: m this' Mrs. 'Possanza was grad"- 1 -' district 1 "• , from Blytheville High Schou of the GliO Cluii and Mrs. T. H. Caraway. During evonlnii bridge games, first prize went lo Mrs. John Fields.:mi) Mrs. J. c. filli.s was awarded bridge- prize. The hostess served a snlad plate with a beverage. • « • Mrs. James Roy Leads "TA Mcel Discussion "l he fainily builds the future.' Mrs. James Hoy told 30 fathers and mothers of the Senior Parent Teacher Association lit a meeting lust night at the home of Mrs. Chester caldwcll. Mrs. Charles Crli:- i;er was co-hostess. •-Mrs. Hoy led in a discussion of I he future of this community mull the nation in the first of two] discussions on the "Home and the Future." j Under this topic she spoke of discipline. "Tile definition of discipline." Mrs. Roy explained, "is the f impulse. 1 ,' for short- Ne>ys * Mostly, Persona} • <*.1j-^.* ".. • ^-. ..•'•-.;., gradiialcd 3L(tt.i. i iiv/,ii *j* ..-•-•-•••"-' --.D-- ~-noui onu Pclty Officer Da^is is a seteiin of I attended Draughou's Uasinnss Col- se\eral years sen ice In the Navy jegc In Merniihis.' nolh she and nnd after his le^ve will go to San Mr. Possaiiza' are 'now employed Fiancilco ^or further assignment.. " V r Popiar guests. Mrs. pelnoi Abbott of Blunt'/were, out-of-town there. Mr. possanza was graduated from Jessup Pennsylvania ' High School and recently was discharged after 26' months service'In Ihe' Army Air Corps. He Is a vctcrlin of 10 months duty in the South Pacific Theater. ' • ' ' ' " ' ' 'After 1 a brief wedding trip, the couple will 'muke Ihei'r home In Club'Is Entertained. By Mis Dale Bnggs \irs Dale Shaffer Briggs enter linsil u embeis of ta Nueie Club Memphis.' and,. other guests 'last night at the -Briggs' new home. 131G Holly Sirefl. ij Tlre home was ittnctnely de-i't corated with arrangements of loll ••and other Spring flowers. I Mrs. Doyle Henderson was host- ' • • • I Mrs. Doyle .Henderson 'e-l^as ^(er JGlub, .Quests decontions carried out the e'ss' J yesterday ' iifterndoii lo iiiem- J -'"--'"''bers'of'Tuesday Bridge Club 'and three "other"'guests. 1 Mrs. Russell Rirf. MI'S.' ch'cslcr Caldwell and Easter theme and fa\ors of pastel colored Eastei egg candles and Easter rabbit candles fit each table v.-ereflighted by the guests'. Other than club members, guests Hartigan of Mrs. Hehry Humphreys. " Arraiigemeihls ' of mixed Spring i flowers decorated the' Henderson ' ' ' e. ilOOl West' Aslj Street:' V! era Mrs Ne\v~* York C 1 ^} houseguest of her j pare-fits MI and Mis C W AT- ' fn' afternoon bridge Eames, high flick, Mrs Cecil Bi inson and Sirs. | s core '''prlie ' went '-to Mrs. Jesse James -Terry.... - •• . ' I Taylor 'tirirt second to Mrs. Chark's During cvqning bridge games, ! prize \\ eiit to Mrs Hart- ignr'and secoi d to Mrs Teiry. A r.dess'ert course was served. BW^Meet Yesterday IVtcCam Mrs. Henry McCain was hostess lastfhight to 11 members of the Business Women's Circle of .the • Woman's Missionary Society of Calory Baptist Church. i Present. was one ne\v member, Mrs"Bertie" Vnstbinder. JIrs"7 Clep Bradley' had chaige ot the'"..* program, "Home Missions Building In a New World." She was/assisted y Mrs. J. D. Widner. Mrs.,;P. Hi Jernigan, Mrs. Beulaili Lloyd, Mrs. Raymond Bclkudp and Mrs.' Henry Berry. " Mr$. Lee Powell gave the dcvo- tionaj and Mrs. Widner. president, conducted Uie brief business session. Thfe group was dismissed with sentence prayer. Before the meeting, a supper was served buffet styl e from the Sin- ing table. ' ' ' '" : '' 'The hostess served ,n salac\ course. • - • 4 • VJrs. M.cHaffey Leacls ryjjssi.onary Devotjonal Mrs. Clovis McHaffey conducted the devotional for the Woman's So 1 dlc'ty" Of Christian Service of Lake Street Metliodist'CliuVch when the society liiet yesterday at the church ' Tlie scripture' was taken from Matthew,' fifth chapter. The subject of Mis. McHnflo'y's tnlk • purposes for (lie sake of long- run purposes." "If one would thwart, these impulses for the sake of tlie long view," she lidded. "It would mnl;e their life more useful and happier." . Another subject discussed in connection with the fiitnre'whicli the children of today will make was in- ter-hatlonal friendship. "The desire of all right-thinking people is substitution of peace for war." To nihintiliti world pence, one ' should cn'doui'agf. and sponsor iieighuov- lincss and friendliness with 'other nations:' "To' make International peace and friendship, there should )Ve worldwide rule by law instead o'f force," she added. .' In discussing ways in which this I community might be improved ii* ri world at 'peace, members' made tentative ' plans for improvement of''Health standards) schools, labor- managcmeiit' co-operation, 'snfely in'ograni and banning of intolefaiice and prejudice. Thcr e is to be another discussion led by Mrs. Hoy next Monday Ight nt : lhL v home of'Mrs. Mutt fonnghnn. Mrs. Monaglian, program chair- lan, introduced the speaker. Refreshments of <'Old' drinks am' ookies were served. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Dolls of Enid, p,kla.. are Jierc visiting friends and relatives following his discharge from Ihe Army Ah Corps, ire received the discharge aflei 1 reluming to the States' fi'om the Chlija-Hurma-India Theater.' Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Harris' liave to Cape Girardeaii, Mo.,' lo make Ihelr hoine while Mr. Harris is enrolled there at Southeast Missouri College. L. E. Slnfford, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stafford, has been discharged from the Army. He and Mrs. Stafford arc ndw visiting her relatives In Madison, Wise., befo'i'e coming here to lie guests of lils Condition of Mrs. W. W. Watson, who' is at Memphis Baptist''Hos- pital, is improved. ' Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson have as Ihelr guest his mother. Mrs. C. C. Henderson of Bel's, Tenn. Mrs. Howard Dcsplinter of An-' nnwnn, 111., is here as guests of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Tl. C. Ecvl£r,'and brother. Bob Jordan. Mr. Jordan recently was dis- . E. Critz Named President Of Church Group HAKHISON, Ark., Mar. 27 (UP) —Mrs J. E. Critz of' Faj'etteville was i lectcd president of the North Arkansas conference ol the Women's Society of Christian Service or'the Methodist church meeting h'ere today. Oilier officers elected were Mrs. Johnnie McCUire of Danville, vice president; Mrs. W. I*,' Codjey of garrison, secretary of organization and ^rojnoiion; and Mrs^ W. Murphy. Jr.. of Batesvllle, record- fCerolnry. ' ' nil tec chairmen named v;ere Mrs. 15. G. Kaetzek of Fayette yllle. Miss Ethel Miller of coriway Ars, Kffic nogers of Newport, Mrs A. Brclhci'lck of West Memphis rs. James S. Upton of'Conway Mrs. O. T. Osgood of Payctlcyille Mrs. viola Bashman of Levy! Ml'? Cledice Jones of Batesville, Mr; A." I,. Siiiltli of SHoam" Springs Mrs. E. E. Sexton of Fort 'Smltl vfrs. Glenn F, sanford of coiiway arid Mrs. H. A. Dbwdcy of Bates vllle. . Iftg fCer p Commi charged from service. I. E. Parkhursl has gone on a business trip "of several days to St. Louis, Mo., : and Efflnglmm, II) 1 Mrs. j: W. Gay is .11) nl her home, fir.! North.' First street.' J. M. Cleveland, manager of the Blytheville brnheh Of the US : Employment service, accompanied by Mrs. Dorothy Shannon, senior 1 'clerk at the local office, began a serie. of trips to Jonesboi'o today. Foi the next three - days they will attend" conferences 'there' concerning the present employment situation. John H. Lane, pharmacist's mati Miss Pearl McCain, who leave in the near future lo rcsum her missionary work ~iiv China, wa scheduled as tin's afternoon speaker; and Miss Dorothy' M Conni'l of New York, co-editor o tile World Outlook, will spenk to ililit. The' fifth annual conference, attended by more than 200 delegates, will' close tomorrow morning with it 'service officers. of' dedication 'for At IV HotoitaU Blylhevlllt Hospital dmitleri! ' ' Carol Jean Scott, city. Harry ftambo. city. Mrs. Vacliel Key, Dell. Mrs, James Guerhi,' Hayti, fio. Born to Mr. ainl Mrs. J. B- Clause, ity, a son last night. Dismissed: 'Mrs. t! T.' Moore, city. David Tyrone, city. ' Mrs. Thomas Clark, city. Ben Shanks, city. ' ' Mrs. Hih'es, Walters, city. 11 \Valls Hospital ' Admitted: " Betty Klncaid, city. Lorene Wlckham. Sikeston, Mo. James Tankersley, city. VJ. II. Foi bis, Steele, Mo. Mrs. W. S. Johnston, City. Abner' Ashcraft; Cobter, Mo. MrS. 'K. 'E.' 'Springer, 'city." Dismissed: i •• 'Franklin Shae, Tyler, Mo. Mrs.'J. B. Husband, city. Wayne Taylor, I-eachvllle. JJeon'perguson,' cij-yl 1 ' Howard OZrnent. Cooler, Mo. 'ple'tha prerlch, city: ' '' Jeaii" OwenS. fju'yii, Mo. Mrs. Robert W. : Thoin)>sgn. city. Andy Wj'iite, Ut: 3,'city.' 1 ' Mrs. J. 'T.' Hickman. city. ^Memphis £>(. Josepfi Hospital Admitted: ^ ' '' " k1 ' Mrs. Maude McArt)nie, Steele, Mo. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. James' Hill' Jr., hostess to Octette Club. Mrs. Leon Speck hostess to Alpha" Beta "Bunco Club. ' Chat-a-way ; Club meeting with \lrs. AJJene LaRue. Mis. Cecil Shane hostess to Midweek club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. O, O. poetz. •Mrs, P. D. Foster hostess to Thursday contract Club. Thursday Club entertained by Mrs. C. W. Afflick. ONB Club meets with Mrs. W. with . Cowlslon. Entre Nous Club meeting Mrs. E. R. Dickinson. • Pliebean Sunday School class of First Bi'/tist "' church meeting at the home of Mrs. Alton ''Jag'gers. 1:30 o'clock, with Mrs. Harvey Chapman, co-hostess. FRIDAY Friday Rook Club meeting with Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Initial Club guests of Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Executive Board of Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting nt the' church, 2:30 o'clock. J. Louis Cherry Speaks J. Louis Cherry was one of the speakers Monday at the New York Life Insurance meeting at Parkview Hotel In Memphis. The Memphis branch ot the Insurance Company was host at the all-day meeting. Mrs. Cherry accompanied Mr. Cherry to Memphis and spent the dav Inert. Read Courier News Want Ads. Meetings Men's meeting at Lake Street Methodist'Church tomorrow night, 7:45 o'clc/.t. Read Courier News Want Ads. third class, son of Mr. and Mrs. H6rinan A. Lane, been discharged from the Navy at Memphis sepafiition Center. Willard Evans,'son ot Mrs. Myrtle Evuns. has been discharged fro'm the Army at Jefferson" Barrack's. Svto. He ' is n veteran ' of service iii the Europ6an''Theater." " " ' Great Britain's Royal Air Force consists of 94 squadrons. Do You Suffer IRAMPS HEADACHE THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret l)een Smith, Owner Incrani BW^. Phone 3274 Rend Courier News VVnnt Ads. Wonderful WAY TO RELIEVE DISTRESS OF This Double- Duty Nosa Drops Works fast! Yes, you get quick relief froni s stuffy dlylrcss of hentl colcis with allt ile Va-tro-not in c(\ch nostril. \Vhat's Tiiorc—It actuaUy helps prevent many colds from developing If used in timcl Try it! Follow directions in package. VICKSVA-1RO-NOL D, & P. L. No. 14 Planting Seed Cleaned, Delinted, Ceresan Treated. GerminotiQn 80 to 9p per cent. Also LAREDO SOY BEANS 9.0.^'(Germination Lloyd Stickrnph Phone 3210 "The Crucifixion" Ry John b,e Presented by the Blytheville Choral Society Uiitlor the Direction of • • Mrs. Jliirray Mrs. ' 'illion C. ' Fpwlstnn SUNDAY, APRIL 14 • at 4 p. m. in the First Baptist Church NO ADMISSION CHA'UHE This Advcrlisicmcnl Spnnsort'd by M Radio Service ' «tti" Aniei Refrigerator Service - Fred Lawler " Washer, Ironer and ,<5jas Engine Service yacinim Cleaners, Pans, Irons and Small 'Appliances Re' • : - '"' piired. ''' Baby Strollers — Jumper Swipgs Presto 4 Quart Cookers Premium Vacuum Cleaners Phonograph Records and Accessories Fans — attic, window, ped- eslal, and table types... iance Co., Inc. A Spring Hat is a Tonic for Milady! A New Lamp. A gaily colored Vasb — Coffee Table Accessories — Figurines or some rare Antiques will give a real lift to your home. It's Smart to Shop at The Gift Shop MODERN — ANTIQUE Moss Bryan 103 E. Main Phone 2254 Centuraou Shows ETCTJ Day Box Office Opens 1:4l Show"Starts 2:90 ' tlBTBN'TO ELCN' •:M »JO- ' 12:45 p.m. *:J» p Wednesday & Thursday the the sins! dead- seven J. W. Ad«a>«, Mfr. Successors to Hart/away Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 206 : 08 West Waip Knock off...Have a Coca-Cola • ~ ^-f^•=; vr^ r i 'On "CERTAIN DAYS" i *f ttw rrwtrth? j Do female 'functional periodic : I turbances c»use you to suffer (rots •c£e, feel Derrovis, .tired, 'jltttry, cranky—at such tlme«r Iben try luooui 'Ljdl» K. Plnk- , huft'i TtfeUbl* Compound to ra- ttett such kymptomjl Plnkhaml Compound n*s Mott th«B r?U«v» I such monthly pain' It also reBevti , BccompanjinK weak, tired, nervoia ; ft*lta«s--of such nature It hai a •ootBtng effect on or* of moM Important organs. ^^ff'?!"* 1 "*^ 1 Mvutruout UK monl Tataavt month— Ptok- WANTED... Two Colored families to make sharecrop. jGoo.d houses. Good land. .GpojJ H. C. KNAPPENBERGER BJ-YTHEyiLLE, ARK. p.gdi9 Sales & Seryiqe Felix A. 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It brings on i1:e /riciulty /xttisi: tlwi rc/rcsIics—a moment to retix and enroy yourself—and each other. • OITIED UNDEK AUTHORITY OF THE COCX.COIA COMPANY SY COCA-COLA BOTTLJNG CU. ot BLYTHEyiLLE Coca-Cola" and us abbreviaiiorv the regislercd trade- Imarks »-)uch <iiatinguish the prod- luct of the Coci-.Coli Company. -3 \946 Tin C-C Co.. FO* SALE! 16 Gal. Corrugated Steel Culverts in 16" Lengths with Connecting Bands. They're I-'fe'hter than Concrete, Easier to Install and Will Last a Lifetime. CALJ. LEE WILSON & CO. Phone 18 Wilson, Ark. Matinees Sat & Sun. Only Box 6trice Open-i 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 F. M. Each Evening Open* Sunday !:«•; Starts 1:15 Conllnnoni Shows Sat. and B«n_ Bartaln Night Every Nljht Except . Saturday. N. B»D»r« honored »n Sunday a4 ~ ' • tbe Roxy. 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