The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 3, 1944
Page 2
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PAGE TWO Local'Minister Married li\ Church Ceremony Today The .marriage' of Miss Rebecca Harrington Boekhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. «. H. Bookhalt, of Helena, to the Rev. Thomas B Smythe Jr., of Blylhevllle, was solemnized at high noon today, hi St. John'^ Episcopal Church, Helena, i'. -•" ?. 1. !;. '!'•: " The Rev. Thomas B. Smythe Sr.. rector of St. Michael's Church. Eirdsbor6, Perm,, ond father of the bridegroom, officiated al the double ring ceremony. . White gladoir nncl white stock. banked against a background of feriis, decorated the alUir of the church which was lighted by cathedral tapers. Preceding the ceremony, a musical program was e'ven by Mrs. Virginia Anderson, organist. Herman Carvlll Jr., served as crucifier, and Rufus Thompson nnd Upton Bea)l, all of Helena, were acolytes. v Mrs. James Countess Jr., of Elaine,' Ark,, served as matron of honor'and "only attendant for her sister. She wore a floor length dress of aqua Ince and tulle, fashioned ivttli a long bodice and very bouffant skirt, with a halo half hat trimmed with tiny rosebuds to match the roses in her colonial bouquet. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a formal wedding dress of white duchess satin, made along princess lines, and trimmed with insets of lace in the tulip pattern. The long, fitted sleeves elided In points over th e hands, while the skirt extended into a sweeping-train. . Her full length' veil of rcnl lace fell from a band of orange blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of white orchids and swcetpeas. She wore a strand of pearls'; a gift from the bridegroom, and ,fl diamond brooch, n family heirloom. Watlien Prewett Jr., of Oscealn, • served the Ucv. Mr. Smythc as best man. •Immediately following the cerc- .mony, the Rev. and Mrs. Smythe left for a week's wedding trip before returning here to make their home. . •. • » Bridge Party Is Given By Mrs. A. E. Huntley Three tables of bridge players were entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. A. E. 'Huntley nt her home on Chickasawbn Avenue, when she was hostess to members of the BI-Monthly Club and the following guests; Mrs. Wyatt Henley, Mrs. E. D. Ferguson, Mrs. W. F. Brewer, Mrs. .Edwin Robinson nncl Mrs. B. P. bay. TaUsman rosebuds and. naming red peonies together .with white daisies from the hostess' garden, decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin-' received , high score prize among club members, with' Mrs. G. s. Barnes, second high. Mrs. Brewer received high score among the guests, with defense stamps given as prizes. Light refreshments were served. .. *. t « Miss Usrey Is Hostess At Bridge Club Party Miss Mary Spain Usrcy entertained members of the Double G.Club and two guests,.Mrs. J. E. Beasley and Mrs. Joe Dumlsneil, at her home last night. Iris in various hues were arranged in the living room, where guests [Jlayed bridge during the evening Airs, Albert K. Taylor was high among the members, with Miss Usrey second, and Mrs. Beasley received high score guest 'prize. A dessert course was served. • • « Visitors Are Honored At Informal Supper Mrs. S. E. Vail and Mrs.' I, D Chamblin .entertained last night with a buffet supper at the Vail home in special compliment to Mrs Dick Webb of Mobile, Ala., and Mrs' Robert E. Lee, King, both of whom are guests of relatives here. The house was effectively de«orated with peonies, rose and corn. flowers. Following. supper, the 12 guests spent the evening Informally. Celebrates Birthday Patricia 1'artlow celebrated her seventh birthday Saturday afternoon when she entertained with a birthday party at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. a. Partlow on Kentucky Avenue. Games were played during the afternoon, and each of the 25 young guests was presented with a toy as a favor. Late in the afternoon refreshments ' of Ice cream and birthday cuke were served. • « • Ir., Mrs. Dorri s Honored A family dinner party was given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Dorris in special com- lillment to Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Dorris of St. Louis, who have .spent the past two weeks In Blythevllle as the guest of relatives. Twenty-eight guests attended the affair. • • • Tuesday Bridge Club Meets Wi'lh Mrs. Taylor All members of the Tuosiluy Bridge Club we present yesterday when Mrs, Jesse Taylor entertained (hat Rioup at her home on West Main. Spring [lowers were used In the house. Mrs. Dixie Crawford received high score prize ami Mrs. Doyle Henderson was second high, A dessert course was served. • • • Daughter Born Today Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Logan are the Barents of a daughter born this morning at Walls Hospital. The baby, their second child has teen named Frances Ann. The Logans have a son, John Waller, who is llirct-. • * • Son I s Born Yesterday .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elberl Reagan of aosnell announce the fotrtli of son yesterday at theh home. The child has been named Tommle Joe. The Reagans have another child, a daughter, who is two. • * • Twins Born Yesterday Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Moody announce the birth of twins, n hoy and a girl, yesterday afternoon at their home in the Pride Subdivision. The children have not yet been named. The Moodys have several oilier children. Including another set of twins. Meetings ChlckasfuvlM Lodge No. 13< p * A. M., will meet tomorrow night. 7:30 o'clock, nt the hnll, nt which time the third degree will be conferred, it was announced by Dcwcy Gentry, worshipful master. St.Joseph ASPIRIN WMWS HHCfST HUM MID' Miss Crawford Is Hostess lo Club Members, Guests Two guests, Mrs, Coleman Stevens, and Miss Mnrtha Fi-aiice.s Stevens, played ln-ldgc ivltli mem- liers of I,a Ncuve Club last night wlicn Miss Bugpnla Crawford cn- ttrtalncO nt ber homo. Spring flowers decorated the entertaining rooms or the house. Miss Mary Adah Robinson received (lefrji.5c slumps for Jilgh score among club members, with similar prizes awarded Mrs. Richard Blnml Lotan Jr.. for second high niul lo Miss Stevens for high guest score. A dessert course was served, Bits of News Mostly, Personal Mrs. p. L. Husband was called in llaUtesbiirg. Miss., yesterday af- lenioon l)y the death of her 54- year-old graminUher, John J. Hein- ba. who died there early yesterday morning, l^rom Halllcslmrg, Mrs. Husband plans to go to Mc- Allei!, Texas, on n business trip. Miss Ixmoro Swearingen has returned from George Peabody College. Nashville, Tenn., where she has been studying for the past -six weeks. Miss Swearlngen, who Is principal of Central Ward School, has resumed her duties as teacher of the sixth grade. Pvt. Richard Roberts of Scott Field, 111., spent today here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Waller P. Limsford ha ( ] for their weekend guests, their daughters, Mrs. Morel Whitchcnd of lildgley, Tenn., mid Mrs. Jack Peeler of Memphis, and their .sons, The Gift Shop Modern nnd Antique Gltts COSMKTICS B,4BY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram nidg. rhone Z251 MOSS BRYAN .MARGARET'S «i BEAUTY SHOP 101 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evenlnis By Appointment KILL THE ENEMY who's after your BLOOD! Spray FLIT on nil mosquitoes .. . it's an cnsy LJ- way to kill W quick. Best of all it wipes out I Anopheles ... the mosquilo that spreads H*^ I malann. Yes! Flit not only mows down this f^> V "rner ot disease . . . bvit kills lllo baby Anopheles, when sprayed on jlognnnt wolers where it breeds. Arm yourself with Flit, today 1 [ kills flies, ants, moths, bedbugs and all mosquitoes. M.SURE IT'S FLIT! HEAR EVANGELIST N.H.RHODES TONIGHT AT THE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 7th and ASH STS. BLYTIIEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Betty Lou Cook, Burdelte. Mrs. Paul Wallace, city. 'Mrs. Kose Vters nnd Iwby, Hoi- lam!. , Memphis Jiajillst Hospital Ailmlltctt— John Tlnsley Driver, Osccola, Mcnililils Mutlioillst Hospital Admiltcil— Dnrbara Jean Hennlrjg, Wilson. Coming EvenU THURSDAY Nfrs. Clyde EWrldge cntcrtnlnlng Q^.B. club. 400 Club meellng with Mrs, Hoy Woods. ^frs. O^to Scrape entca-talnlng Olub Elglil. ! Mid Week club meeting B'ltl) Mrs. M. O. Usrcy. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertaining Tlnirsdny Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. II. W. Wyllc. FRIDAY Mrs. W. a. Langdon entertaining C.B.C. Club. Chapter "N" of p.E.o. meellng with Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., 2:30 p. in. Mrs. Johnn v lilckmnn entertaining initial Club. Friday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. J. c. Kills. Louis Lunsford and G. W. Lui)s> lord, niso of Memphis, They came especially to be with their brother, Joseph E. Lunsford, who Is home on furlough from Port Dlx, N. J, Serijt, Clyde Perry of Bend, Ore is spending his furlough in Blythc- vlllc a.s the gitcst, of relatives. Mrs. O. fihonyo left this afternoon for San Francisco, where she plans to spend a month. Mrs. Charles Lutes, who Is ill at her home on Highway 01 South, will be confined to her home for another week, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard have as their guests Mrs. W, T. Warfare! of Eldorado, HI., Mrs. George Hale and her daughter, Mrs. Charles Armstrong, both of Sikeslon, Mo Mrs. Ted Lewis of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Earl Qrnnnon of Har- Hsburg, 111. Mrs. Warford, Mrs Hale, Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Brannon all arc sisters of Mrs, Guard They arrived Fr!dn v for a week's- visit. y n. KM) Hllc.ntel n bond in!( In Little Hock today. At the Hospitals s lllyllievlllc Hospital Admitted— Barn to Cor|>. aiul Mrs. Roland WiirriiJBlon, city, a son last night. Dismissed— Clarence Hov/nrd, city. Walls Hospital Admitted- Babble Lee, city. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Max Lop", city, a daughter Ibis morn- lug. Dismissed— •>. Charles Lutes, Rl. 2, city. Read Courier News Want Ads Continuous Shows Every Day Hox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN »:00 «.m. 1Z:J5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Lasl Time Today 'Snow White & 7 Dwarfs' A Wall IHsney Feature Cartoon Selected Siuirt Subjects Thursday and Friday Paramount News and Si'liTtcd Short Subject ROXY Matinees Sat. & Snn. Only Opens «»c!i night 0:30: Starts 6:4S Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:J5 Contlnnous Shows gat. and Snn. Bargain Night Every Nlghl Enrepl Saturday. No passec honored on Sunday M (be Boxy. 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