The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 23, 1940
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PAGE TWO ULYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Voland-Hale Rites .Solemnized Sunday _ ,The wedding of Miss Laura Elizabeth 'Hale, daughter of Mr. bands or date's and a few other guests was given Saturday night at the Woman's club. A: silver Christmas tree ornamented with all colored lights was the center decoration. From it and Mrs. Esco Lawrence Hale, to ' were distributed red cellophane He~rb"ert Maurice Volahd, son of Christinas stockings to children 'of Mrs. George G. Voland of New the employes by James V. Gates, Rochelle, N". Y., was solemnized who performed the duties of 'Santa Sunday afternoon at the First Bap- Clans. list church. I The stockings were filled with The Rev,. Alfred Carpenter, pas- |»uts, goodies and toys. The grown- .tor of the church, read the service U PS were also presented clever -toys at four o'clock before a few to play with, but, upon leaving, friends and relatives of the couple, i they placed them under the tree Southern smilax and fern banked ' to be given to the Goodfellows. the chancel rail, which was accented by arrangements of v?hite gladioli in wrought iron vases. A center decoration before which the wedding party stood was formed of the iern^and white gladioli. Mountain laurel was draped over the organ and. choir loft., A program of nuptial music was given by Mrs. ^Paul L. Tipton, vocalist, and L. T. Moore Jr., organist. Mrs, Tipton, who wore n brown crepe model, accented by a shoulder corsage of 'Peruvian • lilies, sang "Because" and "The Sweetest Story Ever Told." Mr. Moore played' Brahms* "Waltz in A Fiat" aiid. Hitter's "Barcarolle" before the ceremony Children went to their homes at 9:00 o'clock, and the older guests danced until 12;00 o'clock. Tlie 125 guests present were received by Mr. nnd Mrs. Jaines Hill Jr., Mr. and Mrs. bates nnd Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Benish. Bits of News Mostly Personals J. B. Husbands is spending his and J^'Liebestraum", Liszt/ during {Christmas vacation hero with his the exchange of vows. He used the •'Wedding March" from Wagner's "Lohengrin" for the processional and Mendelssohn's "Wedding 1 March" lor the recessional. . • * The bride, who entered oh the arm of her fathre, wore a brown crepe brightened by . a turquoise trim at trie neckline. Her bracelet leugiii sleeves were tied in bows ' similar bows were used oh trie belt at each side of the waistline. Buttons .were arranged down the front of the dress, the skirt of -r'whicn t had a flared hemline, Her matching velvet turban was ornamented with a rose and veil. The bridal bouquet was of valley lilies ami orchids. Mrs. E'ddie Regenold, matron '6* honor, was dressed in brown crepe wKicn was accented with a turquoise ornament on the shoulder ana belt. Her 'turban was of golden brown ah'd other accessories were in .a matching shade. She carried a bouquet of Hibbafd roses. Mary Belle Gillenwater was the flower girl. Her dress was of du- bonnet cnilfon velvet with a. baby ' bme trim. She carried a flower girl's hoop, which gave the effect of a wedding ring showered with yellow roses. Jacfe Bale, brother of the oride. was Me. Voiand's best man. Ushers •were t J. /C. Ellis -Jr. and Louis , LeKpy Jr,r of Memphis. .'..;. ) A%'ecepllon by 'ihes'bride's -par-'; ents ^iOilowed the wedding at .the home of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barham. i Mrs. Ed Williams and Miss, Marguerite Matthews presided over the bride's table which had a centerpiece' of a three tiered wedding cake:';.surmounied by a bride and bridegroom standing in the edge of a. wedding b&li. While carnations parents, Dr. and. Mrs. P. L, Husbands. He attends Arkansas State College at Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shepherd are spending the Christmas holidays with friends and relatives in Little Hock. Miss Mary D. Fitzgerald is home from Arkansas State College at Jonesboro for the holidays. The Rev. and Mrs. Kar'old Eg- gehsperger will leave today for Clarksville and Springdale, Ark., to spend Christmas with their families. Waiter Henrd, of Malvovn, will come Tuesday to be the guest of Miss Maurine Branson and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Brnn- son, for, the holidays. Mitchell Best, who recently underwent! an appendectomy at Walls Hospital, was removed Sunday to i'he home of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. with her brothers, R. A. Nelson and Roy Nelson, and families. Mrs. W. L. "Snooks" -Lambert and infant daughter, Mary Ann, were dismissed from Walls Hospital today. Miss Vera Saliba and Miss Alice Saliba are here to spend the holidays with their parents, Dr. and Mrs, J. A. Saliba. They are students at Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge. Their brother, Eddie Saliba, met them in Memphis Saturday night. The Rev. and Mrs. James A. Overholser and daughter, Nannerl, will leave this afternoon for Houston, Tex., for a visit during the holidays with Mrs. OVerholser's parents", Mr. and , Mrs, J. K. Mc- Spaclden. Miss Eugenia Crawford,, a student at Arkansas State college at J9nesboro, Ss spending the holidays here with her parents, Col. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Ben Levy Jr. will spend Christmas in Memphis with friends. Hal Moore, of Tallulah, La., came Saturday night 'to be the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, ovei 1 the holidays. Jerry Cohen came this morning from Ithaca, N. y., where he is a student at Cornell University. He is spending the holiday's ^with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cohen. Joe Burnett*, who is ^in the their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E C6'oley> and Mr. and Mrs. M. T Moon and families. Pat and Bill Harrison, students at Hehdrix college, Cbnwa'y, have come to spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, and family. Mrs. N. W. Kyle, who has been University of Arkansas at Payette- Ville, has come lo spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. L. M. Burnette, and family. Stevens Johns, who is with the United States NTavy at Norfolk,~Va., and his brother, Mitchell Johns of the University of Arkansas at, Pay- etteville, are spenaing the holidays here with their 'family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, of St. Louis, are the guests of Mrs Johnson's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs C. A. kinningham/fbr the holidays Miss Winifred Crawford, a student a,t the University of Arkan sas nt Fhyetteville, who returnee home Sa'turday, • is ill of influenza at the home of her pavenls, Col and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Miss Cora Lee Cole'man under Moore. Cookisev family in Houston, Tex., returned homfe . Tuesday. Miss Louise BrownK''*, who attends Mississippi State College for Wbi'nen at Columbus, is spending the holidays here with her family. The Rev. Euptm D. Beasley, Mrs, S. B. Damroh and Mrs. S. B. Gregory, of Fort Smith, will arrive today to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker and amily. The Rev, Mrs. Beasley, a oh'ner pastor of the First Church f the Nazarene, will preach ai he_church Wednesday night. Mrs. J. F. Burns, her houseguest, immy Burns of Union City, Term,, and other sons, Dick. and. Bob Burns, and Mrs. Bob Burns and Harry Atkins spent Sunday in Paragould with Mrs. Rachel Atkins and Mrs. 'George Thiel and family. Mrs. Atkins Ls the mother of Mrs. J. F. Burns and Mr. Atkins and Mrs. Thiel is their sister. Lloyd Ward, who attends Washington and Lee University at Lexington, Va., came Sunday to spend Christmas with his mother, Mrs L. L. Ward. • R. Morris King of Pace. Miss, and Elwood Jacobs of Memphis who lived here a number of year ago, spent Sunday here with Mr King's sisters, Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and Mrs. Samuel F Norris, and their families. Miss Jeffie Joe Ford Weds Lester E. Cox OSCEOLA, Ark., Dec, 22. — The yuletide decorations of evergreens, silvered trees and potted plants formed ' the setting for the marriage of Jeffie Joe Ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Ford of this city to Lester E. Cox of Memphis, "son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Cox of Hickman, Ky. The .single ring ceremony \vai performed at the Baptist Church here Sunday at 12:30 immediately following the regular morning services by the pastor the Rev. Harold Tillmah, in the presence of the MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, -1940 graduation from Union University (Joe Applebaum is aesislmg Mr' but had kept their wedding a sec-1 Nicholson and in charge of ticket ret until Friday when he came sales. to Osceola to spend the weekend here with Mrs. Mullins in the home of her sister, Mrs. M, E. Mcbear- nian and Mr. Mcbearrhah. They will go to Halls, Tenn,, Tuesday for the holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Avery. The bride was reared in -'ails i and a popular member of the society set there where her family has been prominent in business : and social circles for many years. She is a member of Zeta Tau Al- Of special interest is the fact that Sonny Dunham and his 13- piece orchestra, who has filled recent engagements at the^Wllshire Bowl in Los Angeles; the Rainbow Reno^vous in Salt Lake City, and have broadcast from these places NBC 'and CBS has been sign-' mmediate families and a small roup of friends. Lonengrih's Wedding March was layecl by Mis. Harold B. Tillinan. 'the bride wore a spring model f soldier blue with black acces- o'rlcs; her corsage was of pink osebuds and valley lillies. A graduate of Batesville high chool, Batesville, Ark., Daughon's Business College, Little Rock and he Washington School for Secre- Jaries, Washington, D.-C., she is connected with the Universal Cretl- t Company in Memphis. The groom is a graduate of the •lickman, Ky., schools and was formerly with the United States ed , for tlie dance here. This band will also fill an engagement at the Hotel Peabody during February, The Jaycees are expecting to entertain around 250 persons from pha sorority. Since coming to Os-, nc! 'theastf Arkansas Wednesday, ceola to teach in September, she j ni 6 n( --- hai? made her home with her sister,' Mrs. M. E. McDearman and Mr. McDearmah, assistant cashier of the Mississippi 'County Bank. The groom is the son of Mrs. J. E. Mullins of. Greenfield, Tenn. He'l is also a etaduate of Union Uni- l versity, Jackson, Tenn., and is A-.pair, of rats could invite more hah 20,000,000 descendants, or nine generations, to their golden wedding anniversary; Pampered Goat Becomes Confirmed Tobacco User athletic director of the Ripley high school. government fleet Eie is connected .stationed with the here. Ford Motor Company in Memphis where they will live. Mullins-Avery Rites May 29 Are Announced OSCEOLA, Ark., Dec. 21. — An announcement of interest to friend; in Osceola and Halls, Tenn., i that made today of the wedding oi Miss Lena Avery, member of the Osceola Elementary school faculty •,Lp. William Earnest Mullins II of Ripley, Tenn. Miss Avery and Mr. Mullins were married May 29, following he o Have Cabaret Style Holiday Dance At Osceola OSCEOLA, Ark., Dec. 23,-j-Billie Nicholson is head of the committee appointed by the. Junior Chamber of Commerce to make arrangements for the Christmas Dance to e given at the Osceola Commun- i ty Clubhouse on Christmas Night it which many of the college students will be guests. The affair will be Cabaret style with a new table arrangement to accommodate more guests and increase the size of the dance floor.! bacco user at the age of 4 months. The pet of the Harold Rife family, near here, the goat is the play- 1 mate of the Rife children, Myron, 5, and Paul, 7, and also enjoys automobile rides. But most of the time it enjoys chewing tobacco. REDUCE AT SPECIAL HOLIDAY SAVINGS NOW Complete Visits for 10 $1400 Call 106 For Appointment RUTH LAWHON Margaret's Beauty Shop Ingrain Bldg OPEN EVENINGS RODEO & CIRCUS TUES. AFTERNOON & EVENING Auspices American Legion Opposite ttiy'lheviiie Laundry went an operation Saturday at | missed. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. L. E. Gay, city, admitted. J, W. Whistle, Roseland, admitted. Mrs. Jack Wimp, Cooter, admitted. Beecher Prince, Tyler, admitted. Mrs. W. L. Lambert and baby, 2ity, dismissed. Mrs; Sid Nichols. Manila, dis- Dodson is home and valley lilies around; the cake. were, arranged Assisting in serving the guests Kansas Wesleyan University at Salina, Kans. He is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dodson. Mrs. Mary Ethel Simmons, .student nurse at Blytheville Hospital, •is seriously ill of pneumonia at the hospital. : Mr. and Mrs. George Matthews Jr.. of, Albuquerque, N. M., arrived •Saturday night to spend the holidays with. Mr; ; Matthews' parents, s Mr. and Mrs., Matthews Sr., arid his sister, JVIrs. Frank Whitwori-h, and Mr. wliitworth. Mr. Matthews Jr.. is recovering .from an accident in which he broke his ankle two months ago. . Miss Phc Marie koonce, student at Arkansas State college at Jones- bdro, is spending the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ira Koonce. B. H. Levy Sr. has gone to Chicago to visit his daughter, Mrs. Norman FeLsenthal, and family. Memphis Baptist hospital' for from growth on her leg. She will be in were M5ss Mary Helen Moore and He P^ns to remain there until nf- Miss Shirley Barham. Throughout the house were arranged bouquets of white gladioli, Chrysanthemums and carnations. The mantel was banked with white cedar." . Mr: and Mrs. Voland were motored by Mr.-and Mrs. Eddie Regenold to Memphis from where they will leave for Ne\v Rochetfe, N. Y.. to reside. "* Daughter Boni to Former Lockl Man ter the 1 first of the year. Lloyd Florman. Vho attends the University of Texas at Austin, same Saturday morning to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. Florman, nnd family. His _pavents and sister. Roberta, and W- H. Bohanning met him in Memphis. Mrs. E. A. Rice, who hns been ill for several days, is slightly improved today. Miss Allyce NoLson. or Little (Rock, is here to spend Christma ; w^l come 'Gh'risVm'as ;day for w days', '-; visit .;., with I Mf,-_ > jind ' the hospital for a week or ten days, but her condition is very good. MY. aiVd Mrs. Ross. Stevens', who were with her Sunday, have returned home. Hnrhibn Robinson, who attends ;he University of Arkansas at -Fay- ettevillc, is spending the Christmas holidays here with his mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Miss HHdegardc Hirhley . of Chicago n few _ Mrs. U. S. Branson' and ''famly.' Miss Wynette SlVepherd^tame this morning- Iron: Baton Rouge, La., where she attends Louisiana State University. She will spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Shepherd. . E. B. Thomas, of Little Rock : , came Thursday night to spend Christmas with Mrs. Thomas. Gerald Carter, a student at,, the University of Arkansas at Pay- etteviile. is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Russell B. Stout spent weekend in Memphis where they met Mrs. Stout's sister, who was en route to Conway from Virginia where she teaches school. Mrs. Stout went with her to Con way to visit her parents until Thursday. She . will be . joined there Tuesday by t Mr. Stout. The Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Cooley and son. David. And daughter, Carol, of Bentonvilic. came this morning to spend the holidays with .A. daughter was born to Mr. and i Mrs. Carl H. Rylee Dec. 14 at their j home in .-Alexandria;' La. The baby t has been/.'namedi : Patricia Ann. Mr-. Rylee, -who formerly lived here',?'is.-.''amnager o'[ the circulation j department : of a daily paper in ' Alexandria.-. He made his home here-^with 'his -parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rylee. who now reside in Hint. Mich. *• * < Ark-Mo Power Gives Party For Employes A "Christmas party for employes r/f the Arkansas Missouri Power Corporation and their wives, JUI.K- YOUR FLOWERS Mitchell. '.Best, 'city, dismissed. C. R. Hill. Luxora, dismissed. Mrs." E. t\ Baker, city, dismissed. Mrs. Tom Phillips and baby, city, dismissed,. . Biythcviile Hospital Harold Love. city, admitted. Frecldie Teaster. Hayti, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. R. H. Robinson Jr., Keiser, admitted. : ivirs. Arthur Simpson. Osceola. admitted.- ' '.. : '-\ ( {; Miss ^ Cora Lee-. Coleman, 'city-; * ' ' '' milted. '•••";• Bom^to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Robinson, Keiser. a son. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. Hazel Ridge. Steele, art- rnitted. - ,Madc First Christmas Crib Tlie first, "creche." or Christmas crib, is said to have, been made >y St. Francis. They ,'now are found in. many homes during the Yule- itie. LAST-MINUTE Gift Suggestions leu's Robes $3.95 to 15 (Puritan Flannel—All Colors) Men's Neckties Zipper Seaiis . 65e to J Gloves -. ' - ;L- ^M- to 12.50 (Some with fur lihin'g) HUDSON I'HONE 53 CLEANER DOVEDOWHS far At this joyous time of the year/what would make her happier than a box of hosiery by Dbvedown? Shell thrill to their loveliness and*. appreciale their long life^ Beautiful shades for every costume. ^»i A / ri OVD A* WlHI-TE'S T J — ^wOf -^ Orchids. Gardenias and beautiful roses await you at. HealoiVs' Koine of Flowers, and carnations of the best. 'Everything for yovir Christmas tree decoration. Poirwettas. cut and in pots, all decorated, from 50c up. Cyclamen. Begonias. Christmas Cactus. Elocming Kalanchais and many novelty gift arrangements. Se^;' our beautiful \vrc'sUhs for the cemetery. Holly nnd Evergreen in bulk. - HEATOITS HOME OF FLOWERS Find What You Want Quickly and Easily at Guard's - Buy Now *•- Pay Next Year SILVER SERVICE FOR SEX! A complete service for (> in ;i handsome, modern pal- tern! in a tamish- pruf IK>X. Terms. Hie lrieu(ldvi|) and favors yon have aecorcled nir •• • « •/ . are worthy iiuie<x! of my most hourly and suieen- thanks as as well a> my hest efforts to'rightly ^en ? e yon during the -coming, year. May Your Christmas Be Ha appy And Your New Year P. AN ELGIN FOR HER! H,K; natural gold filled case . . . matching link bracelet, Priced at.. The BULOVA "CO-ED" n jewels, engraved 'yellow roiled gold plate lop. while back. Silk cord Gruen ''STEWARDESS'' 15 jewel, yellow gold filled case, with Guildito bncSc. A trim model at Onyx Riiig $19.75 Lovely center Diamond! 12 Diamonds in this adorable ensemble. Smari- mountings: <enlarged to '<ho-.v detail)., Pen & Pencil S3.50 Birthstone $18.75 Fitted Case $9.50 Air-plane type, with fitting's \vo- mcn like! Cabashon $14,50 ASK US ABOUT CREDIT TEKMS Rich Gold Locket Set $9.75 L'ockct and Tiracclct! Travel Set $4J5 Up 8-pc. set with even-1 h I n Dinner Ring S17.85 '•> fiery center stones! JEWELRY & OPTICAL STORE 8 Diamonds! 8-Pc. Service $31.85 '\ $8.95 White or yellow Cocktail set in groid! i? lovely chronic.

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