The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 4, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Phone 416! Miss Dorothy Ashley's '' Miss Dorothy Jean Barch Marriage Is Announced {Announcement has been made of the marriage o[ Miss Dorothy Ann Ashley, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. 3. T. Ashley Jr., of Montlccllo. formerly of Blytheville, lo Davxl CJoJni, son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard M, Cohn of Helena. (The wedding was solemnized Tuesday, March 30, In Fnycttcville. 'Mrs. Cohn was graduated from Jlontlcello High School and is a freshman at the University of Ar- Jcamas. She was frcfhninn queen this year and is a candidate for rapipus queen. She is a member of Zeti Tan Alpha sorority. /.Mr. Colin is a senior at Die University and is a member of Zeta ^eU Tau fraternity and Beta Gam- jjia Sigma and Psi Chi. honor fraternities. He served vritli the Armv Air Forces for three years rUiriug tyocld War II. (They will make their home in Faj'etlcvilte until the expiration of tills school term. . i Mrs. Cohn is the granddaughter of Mrs. J. T. Ashley of here. Is Bride Of Dale Hanna Jn n ceremony soleirfcilzed Sunday, May 2. at H:CO l>.m., at the Round Lake Church of Christ, Miss Dorothy Jran Jlaich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B;irch of Double Bridye^, became liic bride of Dale Hanna, son of Mr. and Mivj. W. L. Hnnna of Luxorn. E. W. Stov.ii], pastor, officiated in the picience of the immediate families ol the couple. The prick. wove a frock of white eyelet with \v)j)te ueci-ssoiles. SJie fiumert ail orchid corsage at her shoulder, Miss Mary Barch of Sike.slon, sister of the bride, was maid at honor. She chose for the occasion, a liasu'l pink mesh with a flower hat .'.iul pinned a corsuge of white car- natioi:s at her shoulder, Clco Hanna served his brother as l>ost mnn. Following the ceremony, the couple led. on a wedding till) before relurnmg to Luxorn, where Mv. Hniuin is cii!;ai;i.'il in farming with his father Thf'y will make the'r home llierc. Mis.' Ifanna wore a blue suit Jar tnivclitiR. Mr. Surprise Shower Honors Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney Mrs. Jo.scph \V. Mclfaney was honored willi a surprise shower party Inst night when Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., entertained members of the G. K. O. Bridge club nt her home wltli Miss Vcra Goodrich and Miss Dorothy Jenn Ill|;glnson as co-hostesses. Guests other than members Included Mrs. W. H. O'Kccfe, Miss Frances McHaney, Mis. John Fields and Mrs. Howard Despllnter. When bridge'games were played during the evening, Miss McHaney won high and Mrs. McHaney, luldgo. Bouquets of roses., pansics and other Spring flowcr.i were arranged throughout the home. The hostesses served a dessert course. and Mrs. Hanna arc both es of Luxora Hi$li School. Mrs. Hannn h;u^ been book!;cet) f .-r Mrs. Smith Is Honored With Birthday Dinner ' Mrs. Murphy Ranibo entertained f01 ' P!:»itore Hardware for the past 4'Itli a birthday dinner at her him"! 1 ' 8 nionths. Sunday honoring her mother. K; ' S. J. Smith who was cclebrnlii.?. R M ,;, lr , s <. Moclina Hnlrt Ijer birthday. | DUSlllCbb IVIC.CllIlg 11C1C1 I The dining room table from which Qy Pccsbvlcl Ian WotnCtl the 25 guests were served, was cov- - J ejred with a white linen cloth and Members of the Executive Hoard centered with a two tiercel birthday of the Women's Auxiliary ol (1i2 «ake garlanded with,red roses ami ( First Presbyterian Church met yc-x- qrcencry. I lerday nt the church for llie'ir ICKU- j Bouquets of snowballs, roses nnd liar bn' meeting with 19 incm- honeysuckle were niTangcd through- i hers present. dut the home. Mr.< L. S. Hitrtzog, president. J Out of town guests attending were! pi-cjuHl diDkij; the biisines.5 nes- , al wlnrh time it w;us anuoimc- tliat Mrs. Howard Stuck or Vfrs. Helen Wndklns and family nnd Mrs. J. F. McDanlel of Carnthers- ville, Mo. Episcopal Auxiliary Meets With Mrs. Arthur Vance Jone.sboro, will be a guest at (he Curie ^Meetings of the au.xili,iry next Monday. They also discussed the adoption of another child at the Vcra Lloyil Home in Montlcello. i The devotional was given by Mis. Mrs. Author Vance of Aimorel , f[ 0s .s Stevens, was appointed chairman of the newly organized afternoon guild of St.' [-> • » j '• * i r i i Stephen's Episopnl Auxiliary at a'tSUSlIiesS IVleetlllg Held nont\,rFranl St G^\vm l se^jBy First Baptist W. M. U. as chairnian of the night gu.,,. with Thc Wom(n , 5 ^ „,„„„ 0[ Mrs Hardawa the busing w ' u-n r«,™. remad bar o^ "on S i chairmen mid plans imSe for an aid i fashiincd box supper to be given 1 within the next two weeks nt the 1 was In rhm™ of ^rday afternoon at the church for thclr '™»t»U' business meeting. Woolen, 53 BHS Students Make Second Six Weeks Honor Roll Dorothy mm,, Peggy VanWinkle land Jimmy Ixwe led (he high .school honor roll for the second six weeks of the second semester, It was announced today by Miss Host Hardy, assistant superintendent. Others making the honor roll were Margery Hale, Carroll Evans. Don norowsky, Lloyd Koontt, Monn Cioodrlcli, Shirley Klnp, Elwyn Calriwcll, Murray Smart, Marian Msyes, Charles Henderson. Hetty Wixson, Jlnnnle Fiances Clcmons, Mona Galnes, Vivian Patterson, Sonny Lnekinann. Putty Oftrtliola- mew. Nancy Shivley. Louis Turner, Ann McLcod. Gav Oarrlgan. Helen Scymore. Vivian Taylor, Mnry Mor- BHII, Pcitgj' Freeman. John wilks, •Jack Homer, Charles McDanicl, Hobcrt Crafton. Evelyn CunnliiB- liam, Sue Orshurn, Alyda Freeman, Clarice Maxwell, Thelnia, Rice, Mary Bull. Bobby paye Michael, Pnlsy Pope, Sullivan, Wanda Hurrcss, Barbara Monaglmn. Eon- nlc Goff, Bobby Mullen, Edward i Pipkin, Jim Lancashire. Alan Berry, Jack Duclos, C. G. Redman. Pat Regan, Freddie Smith, Don Peterson and Mary Jo Eaton, Receiving honorable mention were Nnncy Bratcher, Ruth Hale, Jimmy Oossett, Larry Wllllnins, Julia Swlnk, Kenneth Hood, Mary Sue Crafton, Maxine Hill. Charles Delknap. Mose Simon, Maxhie Hipp Jim Deer. Howard Bailey, Sue Shaver, Tbnimye Wells, Betty Nancy Damon. I vvooien, Nancy Damon. Mary The meeting was opened with the [ D "wdy, Billy Dean Jackson. Jerry ot .the watchword and p ' lllll l">. Ann Cntlicy, Edward "Imnson, Christine Austin, j. B, l "f" B ! hc 1 ' oll °"" 1 M ; u : Hyim1 ' ,, lho uuslllcss nieeting home ol Dov Mr. and Mrs. John Me- 1 . I th r~> j . c "'' son 61 } vc " r( ; l ', m ' t ou he Stnte Convention which was During the social hour which fo i. | held recently nnd placed special ciu- 1 phasis on the banciuct which will lowed, Mrs. ments. Vance served refresh- held fcir. the Young Woiucn's AlixUInry soon. M.fs. C. M. Smart closed the meeting with prnyer. Miss Lewis Is Hostess To Baptist Y. W. A. IW , , P ., ,. Women s Louncil Meets Miss Elise Lewis was hostess last,! A . r> ' o n n • i H. C. Rose Residence night, 7:30 o'clock, at the First Baptist Church to 11 members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the church. The Women's Council o( the First Christian Church met yestcnlny nt Rlggs. Mary Frances Galnes Kitty Plmikott, Prances Dowdy. Larry LuU, Dick Reid, Lucille Hubuard Barbara denning, Vcrneli O'Neal Dorothy Wright. Jerry Frankum! red Vance, Greddle'Garner Tom- mle Robertson. Arden Foreuscn Betty Harber, Charles Frankimi', Roy smith, Catherine Graham Opal JKDcrmoU, Charles Pricharrt' Dudley Hardy. June stires and Florence Nccdhnm. The Molhcr nnd Daughter Luncheon that was to have been held Snt- Leroy Pmltt h« returned lo Ihe Naval base in san Diego, Calif where he Is taking hl.i base train- Ing alter spending R M-day leave iiere with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prultt «ud hLs sister*. Mrs. Otis Cole avid fpmlly and Miss Barbara Ann Pruitt. Eldrldjje McCanlc.^. flreniBn first class, USN, Is spending an 18-dav leave witli Ills mothei', Mrs. Irene While. Mr. McOanless has returned from serving 29 months In the Pacific area aboard the USfl McKean. Mrs. Jack Saliba Is ill at her home on Clnckusawba Ave. J. W. Dogcrs of Double Bridges left yesterday for Helena, where he iejoln«rl government forces. He has been visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hullt Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Hush 'Wright M Double Bridges have moved Into the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wright, who ?re moving to Forrest City to make their home. Miss Eutopia Whitworth and her sister, Mrs. Don V. Cole of Bay St. Louis, Miss., who Is visiting here, are spending Loday In Memphis. S. E. Vail of Clinton, Mo., form- nrly of niythevllle, will arrive Thursday to spend several days here as guest of Mr. anil Mrs. W. C. Gates and other friends. Mr. 'and Mrs. H. U. Wright had us Ilieir weekend guests (heir daughter, Mrs. SteVe Crane of Memphis. Mrs. Wright's mother, Mrs. W. L. Wages of Memphis, her aunts, Mrs. Lucy Allen of Memphis, Mrs. A. J. Forrester and son, Woodrow of Earle, Ark., and Mrs. Sam Coats of Luxora. Mrs. Wages remained for «n extended visit here. Mrs. D. L. Webster war, called to West Helena. Ark., Sunday night because of the serious Illness of her husband's aunt, Mrs. Chester Nor- mnn. Mrs. Norman's condition is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Don V. Cole and children, Donnle and Susan of Bay St. Louis, Miss., are spending several dnys here with Mrs. Cole's mother, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth ant! other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kardin arc tlie parents of twins, a lx>y and girl, born Sunday at the^Blytheville Hospital. They have been named Thomas Edward and Teresa Ann. Mrs, Harrtin Is the former Miss Irene Tinker. B. G. West, who was called to Memphis last week because of the illnes and death of his sister. Mrs. Abbott Kone, will return tomorrow to his home here. Mrs. Kone was the former Miss Louise Crump West of Memphis. Martha Ellen Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams, un- Iderwcnt a lonsllcctomy Friday in "the Memphis Baptist Hospital. She is now recuperating at her home in Holly street. Miss Euln Bishop has returned home from St. Louis where she had been visiting relatives for the ; past two months. I Miss Mnble Hognn,' Miss Nell ! Harris, Miss Irene Crowdcr nnd Carl Judd spent Sunday in Trimble. Tenn., as guests of Mr. and Mrs! Horace Coffer. Mrs. Coffer is Ihc I former. Miss Era Wright of Blythe- viUe. Mrs. Lucy McAdams Is visiting 1 Mrs. H. It. McAdams tn Jonesboro 1 for several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Harbor spent Coming Events Social Caltndar Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta 6li- w Pill meeting at the home of Misses iva and Ruth Seay on Chick- asawha Avenue at 1:30 p.m. Wednetday D. H. I. M. chit) members being entertained at the- home of Mrs Leon Scherer. B. R. C club meeting at the home of Mrs R. A. Copeland Town aim Country club being entertained at the home of Mrs J C Ellis Sr. Avfiion Bunco Club being enter- tallied at the home of Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. Thursday Thursday Night Club meeting at the home of Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Jayceettes meeting at 7:00 p.m. in '.he Jaycee Cluhroom for a pot luck . Thursday Luncheon Club meeting at the home of Mrs. R, F. Kinhner. Friendly Eight- Club being entertained at. the home of Mrs. Clyde EldrlDge. Jolly Eight club meeting 'at the home of Mrs. Wendell Eaton. Club Eight members being entertained at the home ol Mrs o O Poetz Mld-Weelc Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Friday Alpha Beta Bunco Club bein^ entertained at the home o ! Mrs. Lane Nowell. Mrs. Cornelius Schorer entertaining. members of the C. B. C. Club at her home. Friday Bridge club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Farris McCalla. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma PJil Will meet at the home of Mrs. R. W. Becker on 519 North Division St. BiyUievlllc Council of. Church Women will observe "May Fellowship Day' 'at 10:00 a.m. at the First Christian Church. Tim will be an all day meeting. » * * Civic Calendar Tuesday Lions Club Father & Son Banquet 7:00 American Legion 6:00 American Legion Auxiliary 8:00. Wednesday Klwanls Club Hotel Noble 12:15. Thursday Rolary club Hotel Noble 12:15. Friday Institute, Dr. Jnrvis 7:00, Hotel i Noble. Osceola Events Tuesday Workers Council, First Baptist Church, 6:30 p.m. Thursday Philathea Class of the First Baptist Church and Flamiigan Class of Firsl. Methodist Church having « class party at the Baptist church at 7:00 p.m. All day rally at the First Christian Church beginning at 10:00 a.m. and will continue through 7:45 p.m. A youth banquet will be held at 6:00 p.m. Friday Junior Play -in the high school niiditouuni at 7:30 p.m. Mist Joyntr Is ftunner-L/p In Contest at University Miss Mary Lou Joiner of Blythe- v lie mid Miss Fran Tomlinxm of Little Rock, were the two runners- up In the beauty contest held at the K " co " tl annual Gnebale Carnival at the University of Arkansas Friday afternoon. They served as maids to Mlw Sara Hope West of Marlinna who WM chosen as "Miss Gaebale" tiueen of the University of Arkan- Mlss Joyner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. p. B. Joyner was selected to represent the Delta Gamma Sorority, of which she Is a member. | At The Hospitals Blythevllle HospTUt Dismissed: Mrs. W. M. Wright, city. Tlllmaii Teague, Armorel. Mrs. fUy Beard and baby, eity. Wall. Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Louise Smith, city. Mrs. G. A. Cook, city. Mrs. H. E. Patton, city. Lots of Puwvr Subways, trackless trolley coaches and street cars of the United States consume enough electricity dally to light 14,000 homes for a full year. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 194S fixpedtyaflalk? HTA^I<^v'_ E«_.* t ... _ . ' Mother's Friend massaging preparation htlps bring ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, an exnukltclr prep»rrd emollient. Is useful In ill conditions where a bland, mll<t anodyne nusiage medium In skin lubrication U de.lied. On« condition In which women lor more than 70 years have used It Is «n application lor massaging the body during pregnancy... it litlps keep tfi» «kln ioft and pliable ... thus avoldml unnecessary discomfort clue la dryncsi I ONE'S Beauty Shop 1.11 North 2nd St. OPKN EVKNINGS by APPOINTMENT Operators: Kiyon Porler Marie Mcl.eod KoJery Mildred Burnett Phone 3132 Sunday in Paragould as guests of Mrs. Barber's sister, Mrs. O. I. Barron. Mr. Biirron and son Darrell. Miss Blllle Louis Oalnes, who is a student at the Memphis Academy of Arts, accompalned by Miss Eunice Norton of Jnckson, Tenn., who Is also a student there, spent the weekend here as guests of Miss Gaines' parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines ermsn and Miss Lewis participating. Miss Adalinc Lee gave the devotional. served refreshments ot iced course.! Mrs. Henderson Entertains; Methodist Wesleyan Guild! Mrs. Vance Henderson cntcrlninerl i the First Methodist Church last night at her home, with 19 mem-i man, attending. ' ; Mrs. Fred Stcadman was in cb.ngc ! of the program and was assisted by Miss Ruth Seay, Miss Mamie Adams and Miss Ivp. Seay. During the business meeting it- was decided to gather clothes tori World Relief to be sent to needy f-;nilics overseas. ' ; Mrs. Henderson, assisted by her' young daughters, served refreshments. Mrs. J. Gc-cil Lowe read the hymn Oil God Our Help In Ages Past" I , C(1 th ' course nnrt the last ciuipicr of the- misslo » ••'i"* took ••commutccd Ulll ° Us '" entitled "The Messenger" Mrs. Rupert Crnfton told ot -Personal Evangelism." The Story of the "iMincIe of HIP M«"«"" ™ B'vcn b Mrs Ro 0 li; "'l> «'id the meeting was clos-d with the misiontu-v ben O i ., -itliout being b.irned . 1 i Ioss lllnn " tliousnnd are i ,;" E ,,™ OUB , 0/bc recoglllzwl - Blltl rn , ' '"" onn - lln " dozen are found ! >Cnr and Ulrned "> 'o mus- ' ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, rr NOT rLCAEED. your 33e hicl- *&£&.*&§;!: ^^ iths ^ d : V n ^S^ E "S^>£Kirby Brothers Drug Co. I TUESDAY NIGHT Dance to the Rhythm of the 5 Piece RHYTHMAIRES On Our New Hardwood Flour At the Newly Decorated Throughout TWIN GABLES NIGHT CLUB J. J. HARGETT. Owner .905 N. Sixth Phone 3984 for Reservations Moss Bryan Gift Certificate for Mother's Day If undecided, give a cash gift certificate and give mother the thrill Ji iWMumlly selecting j us t the. gift she wants. ' OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS The GIFT SHOP 103 Kasl Main Street M . . . The Belte-Csmp 'm^^-X^^\^_ Assorted Nut Box h [i -\;x r 4siifck ' "" ^ ^%& my Mama's favorite my Ma .-'fff^^'^i • • - a " chocolate covered nuts. Mom likes chocolale covered fruits and nuts and the Belle-Camp Wonder Box jusl suits her candy taste. Plenty of Towels frtsh coKons loo! Smart Molhcr Takes Them lo "U-Do-lt" Laundry Wash on our modern MAYTAG MACHINES and dry on our GAS FIRED DRIERS. Open 7 a.m.—Close 5:30 p.m. Close Saturday <a noon. O)»n Tuesday nnd Thursday until 9 p.m. 323 N. Second Street Phone 4247. fm giving Mother her favorite, the Bellei Camp Candy Shop Box ...all kinds of candied not all chocolate*. MOTHER'S DAY M«y 9 THE PERFECT GIFT CHOCOLATES Read Courier Neil's Want Ads. , the <kln...ror the tired back muscles or cramp-like pains In the leys. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use. Highly praised by users. . many doctors and nurses. Millions of bottlea sold. Just ask any druggist lor Mother's Friend-Ins tkin emollient »nd lubricant. Do try It Mother's Friend • You Are Cordially | Invited to Visit j The i Accessory Shop i; Feminine Apparel ! ; Mabel Hogan Jessie Srlte Ji Hotel NuMe liMg ! BlytheviUe, Ark. Ladies Night An invitation to all members of Dud Cason Post 24 and their wive*. Special Program, Tues., May 4 Legion Hut 7:30 P.M. The Entertainment Committee has planned a special program for you — don't miss it! Refreshments Will Be Served Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, May 5, 8:30 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds Wil] Go For Building School in BlytheviUe Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church TEENAGE WHITES LIFE The gang M go ior JOLENE SHOES. They'll be " itl n.o \ your favorite toot Easy on the budget price. O ,N LV White Snoot Caff Wfi»f« Doeskin . 5/98 $-7.98 Also Available In Ankle Strap Style With Heel In 202 W. MAIN ' ,'"_/ - Blytheuille, Arkansas - ' ' untinuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starfs 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:tM> a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tonight V UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Wednesday & Thursday IRISH ROSE Selected Short Subjects Continued Showing Everyday Coming Soon at Fonular Fried! "DUEI, IN THE SUN" with Gre f . ory Peck A Jennifer Jones. Box Office Opens 6:3* Slmw Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts !:1S Continuous Shows Sal. A Sun. Bargain Nfght Every Night Kxcepl Saturday N'o passes honored on Sunday at \ Roxy Thealrcj Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE. Ffc'ATUKE BRIAN DON LEW ROBERTWALKER Conflnuous Showing Every Day

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