The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1943 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 18, 1943
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1 PAGE TWO •BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)'COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1943 Bridal Couple Establish Residence in Blylheville; «__> $ Capt. Mark Allen Steyaert, flight commander it Ely thtvllle Army Air Field, ''and his bride, the former M!ss Estlte'r Louke Renaud, are now at; home, 1034 West Main, following a . formal wedding ceremony performed' May 23 at Holy Name Cliurch in New Orleans, La. Mrs. Steyaert, the daughter of Mr. find Mrs. E. W. Renaud of Brooklyn, N. Y., ; attended Sophie Newcomb College, New Orleans, »nd Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, She Is n member of Kappa Alpha Theta, national, social sorority. ,: Captain Steyaert, son of -Mrs, G. B.' Sleynert of Phoenix, Ariz., was graduated from Phoenix Junior College and attended Arizona Stale • Teachers College 'nt.Tempe. At the teachers college . he became 1 a member- of the Knppa' Delta! Kappa fraternity. . " ' • i * HAS PORCH PARTV FOR CLUB EIGHT Mrs. Rupert; Graf ton 1 entertained Club Eight for a porcli party yesterday 1 . afternoon at her home on Cljickasawba avenue, when she used nasliturlimns from her own yard for decoration. : All, members .were present for the party. Included in the list was Mrs. L.-S. Benish who Is spending the summer with her parents in Corning, Ark., and who Is. visiting her husband' here this week. In the bridge games high score prize Was awarded to 'Mrs. .H. G. psttlow, -with second high to Mrs. Eeriish, • The hostess served a Ue&sert course. • * * MRS. PARKER HAS BfKTHDAY CLUB. "s P. S., Parker, was hostess to embers of; the Birthday Club two guests, Mrs. M. A. Mid- n. ..and:. Mrs. Clarence Davis a -id Inner, at her home last . The ftHair was In honor of Victor Craig and Mrs. C. S. " ' Bride Pictured In Wedding Gown Mrs. Richard Bland Logan Jr., the former Miss Sarah I.«MJ- McCutehen, Is pictured al the Orleans Club in Ni-w Orl«»«s durlnr the reception Saturday nljhl which f»]. ]«Wfd (he wrddins at Trinity Kpiscojuil Church. Tlie daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Oleri' Walker McCulch- en, the bride uml lii>r Naval officer husband are living ut Btaumnhl, Texas, while he is on duly at Orange, Texas. flowers were used T Higgett Rummer tlitougtiout the.i'.entertaining rooms wiUi ft low -crystal bowl of mixed blnoms centering '•• the lace draped ' . , SWB- birthday rakes with lighted t apers* completed " trie •- centirplece ''' .rHotlf. . .. lirigb *as *piiyed" : 'fdr eritertalhv meni during the evening with prizes going to Mrs. E. A. Craig, Mrs. Harry Lutes, Mrs. atid Mrs. Baggett. , . Victor Craig Mrs. Bnggett was presented an assortment of gifts and Mrs. Baggett was given pearls from the group. BRIDGE CU1B MEETS ' WITH MRS. J. B. CLARK Mrs. James B. Clark entertained members of the 1X«m and ountry Club and one 'guest, Mrs. Los Welch, yesterday afternoon at her country home. Su mirier flowers were used to tig the double ring ceremony. The :hurch was decorated with large baskets of Regal lilies ami greenery, and lighted with cnthcdrnl tapers In white standards. Miss Dorothy Earle Petty, nl the organ, gave u nuptial imlslc, dale, near Hot Springs. His only son, John O. Lonsdalc Jr., who was In California when his father died suddenly, will arrive In St. Louis tomorrow morning where funeral services will be held, Both the elder Mr. and Mrs. Lonsdalc, as well (is their son, have visited Miss McCutchen nnd her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen. Mrs. G. V. Daws and daughter, Wlllagcnc, . Imvc returned from Trenton, Teiiu., where they visited Mrs. Daws' sister, Mrs. George Bell and her mother, Mrs. A. 13. Witt of Halls, Tcnn. Mm. W. O. Shepherd and Miss Carmen Lewis have returned from Memphis where they underwent lonslllecloniles at the Methodist Hospital. Harry Lewis lias been culled to the bedside ot his aunt, Mrs. J. M. Wright of Tiptom'ille, Tcnn., who is In a critical condition. G. G. Hiilibuicl and son, George, will leave tomorrow for Chicago vheic they will attend the furnl- ure market held there next week. John William wllks will return Sunday from Memphis where lie iiid liis tonsils and adenoids re- employed there in a defense Industry. They will' be accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Louis Payne who will visit them for a while nnd there go to La Jolla, Calif., for a visit with- her dnughter, Mrs Marvin Sanderson nnd Lieutenant Sanderson. W. A. Pickard Is in Walls Hospital where he was placed In an oxygen tent last night following a heart attack. His condition this morning was improved «ncl he was able to be removed from the tent. J. P. Province will return to his home in Granite City, ill,, nftcr a two weeks visit with his son, Jesse' Province and family, Mrs. Eslcllc Parkham of Fulton Tcnn., Is the guest for two weeks' nl the home of Mrs. jjan McOru- der. \Villiams-Hugliey Nuptials Unite Osecola Families ' Mrs. J. H.. Smart Sr., ami Mrs. 3. W. Simmons returned yesterday *rom Greenville, Miss. Mrs. Evn Crowe nnd grandson, Dcwaync Miller, Mrs. George Flymi and children returned yesterday from a two-day visit in Memphis with Mrs. Craw's son, Elbcrt, and Nicholson and daughter, program of pre- and Miss Jane Memphis Pastor Will Hold Series Of Services Here Crews Reynolds, vocalist, sang "At Dawning," and "I Love You Truly." Capt. Rnyburn Wllks, U. S. Army Air Corps, stationed at Dyersburg, Term., was best man, and ushers were Ronnie F. Grccnwcll nnd o. W. Reed, III, of Hayti, and Robert Mehrle and Paul Mehrlc of this city. Miss Lellah Rice, Bragg City; Miss Annie Laurie Schumacher, Hayti; and Miss Emma Frnces Amburgey, of this city, were bridesmaids. Miss Jacqueline Zurecor, Risco, Mo., was maid of honor. All were gowned simillarly In pink corded silk taffeta frocks with net overskirts, and each carried arm bouquets of pink roses lied blue tulle. Miss Rankln, who was given In marriage by her .. series of special 'evangelistic services will bc held at First Pre.s- byterlnn Cliurch, beginning with the night .service Sunday. Guest preacher for these services will be the Rev. Woodrow Wilson Thrower, piislor of Glcnvlew I'rcs- bylerinn Chinch,\ Memphis. The visiting minister Is n graduate of Davidson College, Davidson, N. C., and ol Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Louisville, Ky. The friendship lie-, twccn him and the local Presbyterian pnslor dales from Ihe period when -.both were, in the lalter Institution. Mr. : xThrower .icnmc ! to the "Memphis pastorate from Port Allen, La,, last year. The pastor and session or Ihe .,..,. Presbyterian Church here extend was at- an invitation lo the general public Bits of News Mostly rcronu family. W. P. Helen, of Clarksvlllc, Twin., are at the home of Mrs. J. o. Sucl- bury. Mr. Nicholson is superintendent of the city schools. Corp. Charles M. Gray Jr returned yesterday to Kingsman. Ariz., after a two weeks visit with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. c M Gray, • • '• Second Lieut, and Mrs. Stanley Watson of Camp Clnlbornc, La., arc the guests of her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Snycler. Mrs. Charles Perry, Mrs. E. M. Rcgeiio!;! aiul son John Ed spent yesterday in Memphis where John Ed consulted a specialist. Russell Hnynes Parr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Farr. will leave Sunday for Little Rock, where he will be inducted into the, Army. Mrs. L. A. Moore went to E! Dorado. Ark., yesterday to spend two weeks with Mr. Moore's sJster, Mrs. W. E. Jarbroe. Mr. Moore is a first class petty officer in the U. S. Naval Reserve, serving .somewhere In the Pacific. Mrs. Roy Payne and children will leiwe tonight for Vancover Wash., to Join Mr. Payne who is Girls Slate Honors Won Ky Miss Moore Mary Tucker Moore, daughter of Irs. D. G. Moore, has won marry donors at Girls Stale, held this week in Little Rock and sponsored by Ihe American Auxiliary in cooperation of the civic clubs of Die State. Tills selected group of girls attended the Camp to become familiar with the Arkansas laws, how county and slate officials are elected and how these offices function. Miss Moore, who was sponsored by Ihe American Legion Auxiliary OSCEOLA, Ark., June 18.—A marriage uniting two prominent I C.vceola families was that of Miss Sue Clay Hughcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hughcy and granddaughter of Mrs. J. II. Lovewell, lo J. Lnn Williams II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and grandson of J. Lan Williams, prominent Osceola banker, landowner and financier, and Mrs. Williams. The ceremony was performed Wednesday night by the Rev. Harold B, Tillman, pastor of Osceola Bapist Church, at the pastor's home. The bride was an honor graduate of the Goose Creek High School, Goose Creek, Tex., and was drum major of the school band, but has spent several years in Osceola schools. She attended the University of Arkansas Ihe past term where she was an honor student, member of Chi Omega sorority, the 1'i Kappa journalistic sorority, and a member of the "Pics" society for outstanding women on the campus. The bridegroom Is a senior al the University of Arkansas in the .school of .Business Administration. He is a member of Sigma Chi frii- for tho past three years. Mr. Williams will be Inducted into (lie army at Camp Robinson June 'i\. The bride's father Is.In Ihe Army Air Corps In North Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams will he hosts to a family dinner at their country home on Highway 61, Friday night In honor of the young couple. Guests will Include Mrs, E. D. Bowman and Mrs. Virginia Husscy, grandmother and grcal-nrandmoth- er of the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bozemnn all of Crawfordsvillc, Ark.; Mrs. J. n Lovewell, Mrs. Hugh Hughcy. Mrs. Nancy • Lou Wilson and Mr. and Mis. J. L. Williams. _______ „ ..... „ ....... of Blylheville. has been elected ternity and Alpha Kappa fratcrn- °" ° ]r ~ clilef bottle collector of Wilson | tnry of lllc Arkansas Booster Club. City and a-member of the County I He lit Resolutions Committee. ' Iteer . He has been Junior Officer of the Officers Training corps decorate- the living room where bridge was .played, with prizes awarded to Mrs. C. C. Langston and Mrs. John F. Lentl tor high and sscond high respectively. Light refreshments were served. . *- • * •• MRS. JOHN FOSTER HOSTESS TO CLUB Mrs. T. J. Barnes was the only gitest of the Double Pour Club when they met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Foster. Summer flowers were used throughout the rooms where the guests played bridge, with high score prize awrded to Mrs. Ed Cook and second high to Mrs. Theodore Logan. .•':'.'•'•, Th2 hostess served a dessert course for refreshments. * '•'-» "•" • • . • SHOWER HONORS MRS. BYRON HAU, The .workers in the beginners .department of the First Baptist Church had a shower last night at the home of Mrs. Tom Mabry honoring Mrs. Byron Nail who is a member of that group. Games were played during the evening, after which the hoste.<s served-a salad plate and Iced tea. Caruihersville Couple Exchange Carriage Vows CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June IS.-The marriage! of Miss Marian Viola Rank In of. this city, and Albert Laws Kldwell, of this city and Tampa, Fla., was solemnized here Wednesday evening a t the Presbyterian Church, with the R«v Dr W i<Ln*i*ugc <JJ IIUL ItlLlLeT, WHS 'II- "" * * 111 ll "' ' vu Llll: ^IIILLUI pILUIIl: tired in a wedding dress of blush [to attend these services, and me ivory satin, fitted bodice sweetheart neckline and , with especially requesting the prayerful long Interest and cooperation of the oth- ce an ong eraon o e o- sleeves, and a full skirt that ended cr Christian churches of the city, In a train. Her tulle veil was trim- it has been announced. med with heirloom lace, and she; Services will he nt 8 o'clock each arried a bouquet of white orchids ' night from Sunday through Friday, anH »n^ n «l^ r l lg SC1 . V | and Mrs. William N. Rankln of 27. >.w a*tiu,.,*>,io. jnmi IIIL P UIUMIIL; M.I vice will uc 01 The bride is (he daughter of Mr. 11 o'clock Sunday morning, June llH T^fr<* VUlllInm XT r)nn1.l« n r OT :hls city, ami graduated from Caruthcrsylllc high school. She later attended the University of Missouri where she received her degree from Ihe School of Education, specializing in Vocational Home Economics. She was a member of Chi Alpha, honorary sorority, and Phi Epsllon. She was Instructor In home eclnomlcs In Ihe Hayti schools this past year. Mr. ;Kidwcll, the son of Air. and Mrs. A. L. Kidwcll of near this city, also was graduated from the local school, and from the Roll a, Mo., School of Mines, He Is n member of Phi Kappa Alpha and Tan Eta PI, honorary engineering fraternity. He Is employed by the U. S. Gco- At The Hospitak Walls Hospital Admitted- Ronald McGhce, city. Murl Hulsman, Holland, Mo. Mrs. H. W. Lucas, city. W. A. Plckard, city. Born to Mr. anil Mrs. Willard Ray, Hayll, Mo., a daughter this morning. Dismissed— Doris Nell Wallclns, Stccle, Mo. James Perry Martin, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Roy Rea and baby, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital On Saturday, when there will bc no sen-ice In the Ulyllieville Church Ihe Rev. Mr. Thrower will preach at Harrison Chapel, n mission ol (his church north of Calumet, at 0 o'clock. The visiting minister will be a _ucst of the Rev. nnd Mrs. Over- holwr, nt the mrinso. Immediately following Ihls week of services, there will be a similar scries in Ihe Cilcnvicw Church, Memphis, In which the messages will be brought by the Rev. Mr Ovcrholscr, assisting Mr. Thrower In the cliurch of which he is pas- lor. These revival meetings nre planned by the pnslors nnd sessions of Ihe churches in such n way Uml Ihey nro regarded as a joint enterprise of Ihe two churches. U Meyer of Jackson, Mo.'," fo'rmVa Admitted— Methodist pastor of this city, say- • John Witlla»i Wllks, city. Mrs. Alice Johnson will return today from Sikeston, Mo., where she spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Tull Johnson nnd Ininlly, having gone especially to te with Mrs. Jim Johnson.of Detroit. Mrs. Lee Freeman went to Memphis today to be the yuest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lemons will go to Chicago tomorrow where they will attend the furniture mart for a week. Mrs. Paul iL. .Tlptoii Is. visiting ier mother In Senath,-Mo., for several days. George VV. Earham has returned from Little Rock where lie attended to business for two days. Mrs. Lucy McCulcheti will return !o her home in Campbell, Mo., the :irst- of the week after having spent a week with her son, O. W. VfcCntchcn, nnd family. James Vest and Wilbur Evrard have gone to Fayetlevlllc where they are attending the Summer session of high school at Unversity of Arkansas. Miss Hetty McCutchen left this morning for St. Louis, having been called there by the death of John Ci. Lonsdalc, widely known financier, who died Thursday at Lons- Dyess News Frank McDonald who recently suffered a stroke of paralysis Is rncovciins. He is in the Dyos's Hospital. DANCE Saturday Night ,9:30 to 1 O'Clock Jn^ihe Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE A1H CONDITIONED For Cool Comfort! Admission GGc Per Person dctical Survey, and Is stationed al Tampa, Fla., where he fa engaged In charting costal waters. They will make their home In Tampa, "leaving " for tholr after a reception which was hold at the home at Mr and Mrs. Leonard Shade, following the wedding. You are cordially invited to attend a Week Of Special Services al the FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beginning with the Evening Service, Sunday, June 20 pi Pastor , Reverend Woodrow Wilson Thrower, Glenview Presbylerian Church, Memphis, Tennessee. i Services tach evening «t 8:00 o'clock, the concluding service lo l.c Sunday .morning, June 27th. 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