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July 19, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS New* Emily Wixeon, Society Editor Phone 461 Blytheville Man Wed In Kansas City Ceremony Mv. and Jilrs. H. II Hilfinaer ot KaiKfls City, Mo., announce the marriage of .thclr daughter, Misr> Meljssa (Bishop, to Bernard N. Allen ot B'ytlicvllle. The ceremony was so'cmnizsd £ Hurdi'.y. Julv 12, nt the Com m unit y. Christian Church in Kansas O:tv with Dr. Prank J, OV.lin officiating in the presence of families and friends of the couple. Mrs. Leonard Bondurant of Kansas Oily w\:s the bride's only attendant. 'She wore a light' blue Rahardine suit with b~own accessories. -Her ccrsage was two yellow orchids. The taride was dressed in a beiire •two-piece crepe ensem':lc wltli while accessories. Her head-dress was :i halo effect of stcphnoli.s and ilic pinned two white slippei orchids ?t her shoulder. •Harrison HilfiiH'cr, brother o the -bride, was best man. A reception at >llie rnnin of tin- bride's parents fo'lowed the cere mony. when out-of-town piles was Mrs. Anna lAllen of little H'vk, inotlier of the bridegroom. Mrs. Allen was sraduatcd fro-r Wcrtrorl High School in Kmsi.s City and attended Washburn College in Tcpeka, -Kans. The roup'p is now at homo t 1 5"3 North Division street afte: returning, from a brief wcddiir. rt.r.in to t:oinls of interest in the Sout'i. Mr. Alien is manager o the tilytlievillc Water Company Manila Bride-elect Mrs. Haley Hostess To Jolly Eitflit Club FACT «VM Patricia Ann Newton Wins Honor in Contest Mrs. Don Hn'ey was hortcss to Piitrlcla Ann "Newton, of the Jolly Eljjhl Club o««8lilcr of Mr. and Mrs, iMiss Rayo Auita Veacli is the bridu-clect of Frank Uus- sel Edwai'ds, both of Manila, her ]> a re u Is, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vouch ot M a n i 1 a a n- n o u tic cd today. The wod- (1 i n K will (be solcmni/A'd in lute Summer Infant Thursday fit her house on Kentuc- Newton ot Hot Springs, was hon- l;y Avenue. °*?° " s Ornml Ouclirss In Iho Mrs. It. A. Copoland received Pi'lncc of Syracuse Centennial l)u- lilKli and second went lo Mrs. b V sl >°»' In Hot Siirlnes, June 30. Hicliard PrUhard. Mrs. J. O. Kuey Besides n corimcalc of n 100 won rooko. , P* r ce "' '» heiilth ami hcauly, she Ari'jngemcnt.'i of mlx:d Summer "'so received n broiwe Oscar, 'lowers decomtcd 'the entcrlaining rooms. The course. hostess served a dessert Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. E. I* Jackson have rclur"?d to their home .in Orlindo, FJa., after spcndinu I'nc pust week with Mr. and Mrs. H. Q. Pail low and family. They were cccon-'iMnled by Miss Nancy 'Part- Mrs. NowUm i-, iiio former'Miss Allcstlne Presnell of lilylhovlllc, dttuuhtcr or Mrs. Connie Pix-sneil. * * * Coming Events MONDAY The Executive Hoiml of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Firs! Presbyterian Church will meet nt the clmrch nl 2:30 p.m. pirclcs One, Two nnd Three will hold business meetings at :i:00 ».m., Divorces Divorce decrees Bi'-nitnl In Chancery Court here durlnt; the imst, Iwo weeks were to the following: W. K. Martin vs. Mary Ulalue Martin; Kdmi Y. Husband vs. P. I,, Husband; Kdward Slkes vs. Cliirn Sikes; Kawamtn Ashley vs. Harry J. Ashley; lilanehie Kinu v.s. John King Jr.; Verbal lirown vs. l-'Joyil C. lirown; Kdllli U. Keynolds vs. Donald W. lieynoids; Marlha Lee Holt vs. Jamra Wiley Holt; mils C. BtlltU'H vs. Hilda ICarline JJm- netl, Daisy Kclley vs. J. K. Kelley; l.avcnda Clilldivss vs. W. K. Chll- drcss; A. G. Thurman v.s. Allean 'i'lnirman; l.orc'ne Alluins vs, Alvln Alluins; 1'Ved I'hcliis v.s. Lucille Phclps. • , Filing suit for divorces were llar- rell Cavashcr vs. Klsli- Mac CavaKlier: Helen Mllnm v.s. Frank Ml followed by n meeting of \\w Aiix- llu " : willlllm A. fjlandillvd vs. Ge- Illury when Mrs. H, H Hom-hlm n '' v " Sl "i'<"lh'd; Irene Armstrong will be in rhiU'BC of the i>ronram I vs <il '"''60 Armstronu: .'. H. Hurry •Woirin's Missionary Society ol vs - Smnn «m - y: Burton 11, I'or- Flrst l!:ii:tlst Ohureh mcc'.iiiK for Rovil Service pmitrum. 2:?fl p.m. Woman's EDclelv of C'.irlstiiin Sen-ice o[ First Methrdlsl Clnirch ler v.s. Mart;; L. 1'orUT; Smllli vs. MiiKuLo Hinllli; U. W. Cliurk's Selpli vs. Lucy Scluh. . Curl Snncibcru V a. Margaret iiultHM'u; Mnrgurct Klmmey vs. Ji'lt Klmmey; Alberta Alien 'Jolui- •«ni vs, Jiiincs E. Johnson; Lloyd W. YouiiB vs. Kvelyn Young; Ver-. 1 noli K. cicnry vs. Josephine I.i Geary; Daisy P. McGlolhaii va. M»c' McCiloUinn; Hdward Taylor vs. j Fimiilo Taylor; Marjorle J. Nor-1 ton vs. W. T. Norton. Churles K. Hosklns vs. Margaret Ilosklns; Leonard C. Rebstock vs. Kdnii !•:. lietetock; George Quails vs. Hlinlrn quails; KolR'it C. Tucker vs, June Inglcsby Tucker; Mary K l.uy va. Kdlson Lay; William V. Austin vs. Gertrude N. Austin; Louise Hull vs. KdWiird D. Hall; Homer Slijuley vs. Etlicl Shipley. ' 1/ittlc Hollo Wllllnnis vs. Robert O. Williams; Geneva liusli vs. Kar- iiosl Ihish; Gladys Kemp vs. Arthur Kemp; Catherine Slocum vs. Kdvvard V, Slocum; Annabel Dry- nut Fill vs. John Fill; Velma Fletcher v.s. Carl Hotelier; Mury Anls llanej vs. Chitrllo O. Hancy; Lottie MHO Williams vs. Fred I. Williams; Wllmn Sue llycen/ji vs. Juy Cliirord Hyecn/.a; Harold A. Smith vs. Vnlurli! J. Smith. Notica to th« I have moved my office Rothroek Drugstore' Dr. C. E. Wilson Guest Preacher Sunday At First Methodist The Rev. William F. Cooley, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Coolcy, will be,the guest speaker at the First Mrtthodist Church Sunday morning. The Rev. Mr. Cooley Is now pastor of the Methodist Church at Harrison, Ark. He is well known in Blytheville, havinu" formerly lived here and he lyn Sue Human. also has preached here on mm nreviLus occasions. • • • Entertain With Parly on Lawn of Mabry Home The lawn of the Tom Mabry home en Missouri Street was the setting yesterday 'afternoon for a watermelon p.irty when Mr. and Mrs. Mitry entertained the employees of Courier News. Guests other than employees \vere Mrs. George Clark, Mrs. Prank KcclHcrs and son, and Marl- REVIVAL MEETING Armorel Baptist Church Beginning Sunday, July 20th Rev. R. E. Jones, Arkadelphia, Preaching .,-.'• H. J. Adkins, Pastor !>]>!>!^'>"»"*"«"»^>;>;.»"*;>n»;>^>^»."«!>«*"*^''- ;»>; Guaranteed § Watch | Repair f .Mrs. Pease Honors i Guest from Memphis Mrs. willard Pcnsc entertained witli a. bridge parly ycslcrd.iy at her home on Walnut Street in honor of her houseguest, Mrs, J. II. Wiclman of Memphis. In the games that were Mrs. J. W. Adams won high and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmou received second high. Mrs. Widman was presented with n guest prize. A profusion of snapdragons, roses .KtadioH and daisies decorated the entertaining rooms. The 'hostess served iced drinks during the afternoon and a dessert course followed -the games. | .... [Baptist Brotherhood Celebrates Anniversary .The Brotherhood of the Calvary Baptist Church celebrated its second anniversary last night at the church, when 167 men were present. • . Speakers for the meeting were W. W. Fowler, superintendent of Manila schools, Rep. L. II. Autry of Bnrdettc nnd the Tlcv. Rex Brown, n'nstor of First Baptist Church, Leachville. The'Calvary Baptist Quartet :fur- j iiished'-the" music'.' 0 * • ' | Officers for the coming year are: j Charles Lipford,' president; -War-1 ren Price, vice president; B. L. Vastbindcr, treasurer; Jim England,] program chairman; Hubert Pols- ! grove, publicity chairman. John Sparks is the retiring president. Following the meeting the women of the Women's Missionary Society served a chicken dinner. Prompt Service !j! Expert Workmanship % i»: Let Our Experts keep your watch running accurately 'j| and smoothly . . . your satisfaction guaranteed! i Fltzpatrick Jewelry Store It takes only 3 minult's (o open an account Manila Couple to Wed In Late Summer Rites Announcement was inacln today by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vcsieh of Manila of the engagement of their daughter. Miss Rayo Anita Veacli, t o Fra nk R ussoll E dwn rds, son o I Mrs. Efe Morgan of Caruthei'svillc, Mo., and the late Ed Edwards. Piaiis for the wedding, which will be solemnized in late Summer,, will be announced later. Miss Veacli was graduated from Manila High School and attended Arkansas Stntc College at Joncs- lioro. She is now a member of the school TacuUy at Lost Cane. Mr. Edwards, who attended schoo' at Lost Cane, is a veteran of three and a half years service in the Army Air Force. He spent Ifl month? in the Pacific Theater, Uncl is iiov. in business at Lost Cnnc. low, who wilt bf their fjueH for Iwo weeks. Miss I 13arbiu:i CulUson is snenrt- IIIR ttio weekend in Memphis »s the guest of her -brother, "Stuffj fieri. 1 1. Carl C, Cu!llson utul Mrs. CLiinson. Mr. and Mis. Stafford BaUcy and M]. and Mrs. Fred 'llnrlwlg of Memphis wlH spend Sunday wUh Mr. and Mrs. L. I, Rice, parents of Mrs. lialley and Mrs. Ihulwltf. Mr. and Mrs. Joe W Barber arrived yesterday from Columbus, G«., where Mr. Uarber has been stationed for three months with the United States Army. They plan to make their home in Blytheville. Mrs. Barber is the former Miss Irene Rice, daughter ot" Mr. and Mrs. L. 1. Rice. Miss Marcellc Humphrey is at Skallcr's Clinic where she underwent a minor operation yesterday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pnsolcl and played chlklrcn will return to their home in Milwaukee, Mis,, tomorrow after having been the guests for the past few weeks of Mrs. Pasold's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Smith. They will be accompanied by Mrs Pasold's sisters, Barbara and Freda Smith, who plan to remain for A few weeks. Condition of Mrs. G. V. Daws, j who was admitted to Walls Hospital ycsteidiiy. Is unchanged. Mrs. K. R. Alley has returned home after spending a week Ui Cincinnati, Ohio, with relatives. R. A. Berry man and Paul Rice together with Kenneth Bacon ol Caruthersvillc, are attending salesman's conference of the Swift Company in Memphis today, Mrs. Arthur Book returned todaj from Advance, Mo., where she has been with her mother, Mrs. Elvn Burchelt, and oilier relatives for the past week. Mrs. Burchctt wn-s injured In a fiul in her home- last Saturday, , Mrs. S. S. Patterson and daughter, Vivian, formerly of Jackson, MIRS,, have arrived here to make their home with Mrs. Patterson'?, mother, Mrs. W. T. Oberst. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crnlton and Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Hnuilson have I returned form a motor trip to Mt. Petit Jean and other points throughout North Arkansas, Randolph Smith, Charles Bltt- ner, Lloyd Stickmon, Frank We.»UUl, rtarion Randolph Smith, John Ed Rcgcnold, Billy Joyner, Perry Roth- •ock.'-and Stan Cooper, of Carmi, 11., housegucst of the P. C. Roth- rocks, have returned from a week's 'acation spent at Montank Stale in circle «roui:s. Circle Oiio meeliii" wll), Mrs. V. a. 'Holism!; Circle Two wllh Mrs. W. T. Oberst: Clr.-le Three wllli Mrs, OILS Eberdt: Circle Pour with Mrs. Oeor«e llnbburtl Sr. nnd Mrs A. E. Himtlry. eo-hosle.w; Circle Five with Mrs. Ororitc limntlton; Circle Six with Mrs. Russell Gvci-nwuy. TJu-ilness -Women's Circle El«l>l of Pirsl. liuptist Chuirli HKi-lIni; nt the borne of Mrs. W. -1. llod- rs. 8i:i Sontli •Lily Street. Yciunii Wamnn'.s Auxiliary of First. Eapllsl. Church tncctini; ill the church, i p.m. | Junior Olrl's 'Anxl'i'iy of First BBFlist Clmrcli mcelliij! nl the ch'vireh. 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Wallace Hoke nnd Miss Jane Branson -cntcrtjiinlni; willi dessert bridge party nt home of I Miss Branson's parents, .Mr. nnd Mrs. U. s. Brjnson, for Miss Frances Little. I TUESDAY | Methodist Ynutji Fellowship having pnrty nt the church. I WF.DNKSDAY I Mrs. KSpcncer 'Alc.xnncler and )ier ino'lier. Mrs. Eduiir ISoruin, entortnliiinj; wP>i hridye lini(-hei)ii In honor of Mis.s Frances Little at Bo] - um lininc. I THURSDAY I .'Mrs. .7. 'Fan-Is MoCnlln nnd Mrs. r Tlin<l Nicol will he hosle-Mrs wllh bridge •Hmclicon at McO^lla homo to coinpllineiH Mirs Little. Mrs. Ttlchurd rrichnrd liostcs.s (o Jolly Eiuht Club. At The Hospitals : BUVTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Admitted: 'Mrs. Lebrum Tnte, nuidi-lte. Mrs. J. H. Nave. city. :Adrles Mlddlcton, city. (Mrs. EUKenc Ross, city. Dismissed: jBnruarn Sawyers, city. , jMrs, W. G. Rninbo city. :Mr«; Bethel Ledfbrd.. Stcclc, Mo, ' WALLS HOSPITAL 'Isnilssed: H. E. StrnwbridKC. Rt. 1, city. Sally Jo King. city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, -Memphis dismissed: George Gaines, Wilson. DINE IN Hotel Noble Coffee Shop Featured Sunday Dinner $1.25 Grapefruit Juice Cold Consomme Cream of Chicken Soup Apple Juice lireadcd Veal Cutlel, Tomato Sauce Chiccn Chop Suey, if uttered Rice Golden Omelette with Ham Kaked Potato Whole Grain Corn Englih Peas Diced Carrots Green Salad Hot Dinner Rolls Hot Muffins Apple Pie Grapcnut Pudding Sherbet Jello Ice Cream Coffee or Tea Park. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Flothrock nnd 'amily have as their guest for a 'ew days Mr. ftothrock's sister, Mrs. Henry J. Morgan of Detroit. Harry ,A. Hinnc.s 'left today for :hnpcl Hill. N. C. where he will attend the summer session al Uni- vcrsily of North Carolina. He was accompanied by Mrs. W.' B. Tan- tier who will visit her son. Jamc.s Tanner and fnmily at. Chapel Hill where Mr. Tanner ils a student, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dodson ol B'ootnfie.ld, N. J. and Mr. am 1 Mrs. K. F. Dodson of Terre Haute Intl.. left, yesterday aftrr visiting for a lirief time with Mrs. C. R Wretcn and f'imily. Kdgar Henderson of Brinklcj will arrive Sunday to be the guc.sl of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wroten a-iu! Mrs C. Et. Wrolen and family. Donna Sue Gore left Tuesday night for p visit with her aun unc'e, iMr. and -Mn. Jack Kmpff and family of Princeton III. She was accompanied by her grandfather, C. L. Gore of Os- cccla. They plan to be gone two weeks. Mrs. Maude MclMn left Tliursdav for Joncsboro where she will spend several days with her family. Condition ol Mrs. L. E Gay who underwent a major operation at Attend Laymcn'sMccting CAnUTHERiSVIIJLK, Mo,, July 9—Rev. Wayne..' W. Gray, ' pastor f the local Prcshytcriiin cluirdi, nd four lay members ni-c a.tteiuJ- ig n week's .laymen's meeting ':uid liurch scliool held on the p'rcsby- erian assembly Grounds at Mi>n- reat, N. C. Tho.se accompanying he Rev. Mr. Gray arc Giffnrd roccrton, Cyril Hcndrlcks, Enoch Tollcson, and 'F. S. Petly. Tlies vill reluni home early next week. If blue Monday plagues you on Sunday, call 474-475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS nlylhevllle Hospital Thursday is sa- Lsfactory. Miss Kathryn Wcstbrook is In North Little Rock visiting Mis.' ry Sue Daniels. She *IM return icxt week by way of I'inc Illiifr vherc she. will be the guest, of rcla- ivcs. USE IT AS A RUNABOUT USE IT AS A MOBILE POWER UNIT • Th« power of the Willys-Overland "Jeep" Kncinc and selective 2- ana 4-whccl drive make the "Jeep" a vehicle ofama/mg versatility, performance and economy. GET A Jeep POOLE MOTOR co. Sicelf, Mo. Phone Stectr 10 BINGO PARTY LEGION HUT Wednesday Evening, July 23 All Proceeds Go to Temple Israel Temple Ssrael Sisterhood Continuous Shoflrs •'• Every Day, '"''. Box Office Opera 1:45 ;,; Show Starts 2:00 -— LISTEN TO KLCN 8sM ii.ni. 12:45 p.m l:M ^m. Saturday - .... Law of Canyon with Clmrtat- SUrretl"'»•••>•»• Hurial "Jack Arfnstrong" No. 6 und Short ., i .. .., |. t'onl'd Shows Sat. U:30 «o 11:3» Hundiy and Monday GEOfiGE RAFT-LYNN i »!lti VIIOIMIA MUtTOM JOtltH MVHI1 •iMrlXXI Continuous Showlnr Sunday ' " Every • i Saturday Night 9'till Air Conditioned Mirror Room HOTEL NOBLE Adm. 60c Incl. Tax Box Olfirc Opcni nt'lsOO p.m. i 8hnw Slartx 7:15 p.m. , • QTMtnn Hunitay 1:30; Star(§"l;i!> •'nntiniinas Shows Sat. and Son. Barialn Night Ever/ Night Except. Satunlav No passes honored on Bnnday ••' the Boxy. , , Saturday Caravan Trail with Kildle Dean •':': Kcrlal "Chick Carter",No. )6 und Short Con I'd Shows Sat. 12:30 tb'itsJO Sunday and Monday LUCILLE BAIL JOHNHOOIAK Two Smart Peopl^ i I'"ox News & Selected Short Subjects Continuous Uhowln'g Sunday"•' 1:15-11:00 j. 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