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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1947
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,,VAGE TWO BLYTHBVILLB (AWL) COURIER FTBWB Uf Wison, Society Ediior Phoiw 461 Betty Smith Announces Date, Plans foi Wedding i '•Miss Betty Jane Smith today ati- Bounred I'Se date and plans Tor her Sedding to WJlllaai F.verctt Pster- -.son. / : •. ' The ceremony will take place at 4 Jo'clock on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 31. at the hcsne of the liride- Clect's- Brents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ^juioiid Smith 203 t tst Kentucky it " M'ss Mary Frances Nunn will 'je Ijllss Smith's maid ot honor and Clarence Wec-b will serve Mr. peter::son-as c"est man. * 'Following the ceremony, Mr. and Sirs. Smith will entertain \viin :i Deception for .members of the two :fain!.les and the coaple's most in- Ti it ite fuencls • • • Morning Paity Honors Miss Roe, Bride-elect 7 Miss Marj Sue Roi whose wcd- ^ Marcus Joe Evrard will be solemnized Saturday night, was complimented with another oi the man;; 5jilerestl:ig events being given for frer lesteid 11 moming when Mrs. 'Chris F. Tompkins. Mi-s. Jim Tcm|i- Siiis and Mis. W. Marion Williams | 'Jritertained. The informal parly was given at 4he Chris P. Tompkins homy >>t Hmdelle Flantatiun. Mixetl garden ' flowers effectively decprateil the Borne lor the occasion. in\lhc cm- 4lig iTCOili ah arrangement of asters and snapdragons centered tJie table from .which refreshments '.vcie served. aiitl.a bjucpiet oi the same 'lowers, was placed on the IjUifeL. Among the ; 33 'guests were the bride-elect's aunt, MI'S: S:nn Re^nes. and a ccusiii. Mrs"John L, I.^w!;, bpth oi Like. Village; .her ']sister, Mrs. John E. G'.ouse. of Cookeville. T'erin.: and Mrs. Franklin Hortan of Hope, hoiiseaucst of her Klsler, Mrs. Williams, and family. Also lire- sent were the guest of honor's mother Mrs. 'Rae, and 'Mrs. M u- CU3 Evrar'a, ir.clher of Ihe' uririe- oroom-to-l)e. Winners Class Party Observes Anniversary The^Winners Class, made np of joung*adults of Calvary Baptist Clmiclic had u party last night in the church recreation rooms to oil serve its first anniversary. \ The class colors, red, while and blue, were used in decorations. Mixed flowers formed a centerpiece foi the table from which refreshments were served. John McNair, , president of the class whlchJbegan only |a" yea'r ago Miss Louisiana Methodist Youth Group Publishes News Bulletin Young people of the Kirsl M'jlh- cdist Church form the reportorlal. printing mid editorial staff of IMylhevtlle's newest. p l -»>li«*Hn". the Youth Fellowship Newsletter. The ilrsl Issue v>as printed last nlghl at the: church and plans lire underway for selection cif a suitable name. Under directorship r jf Mr. and Mrs. Mel liro'oks Jr.. Miss Mamie Adams und n. 11. Am-.':/, the two- lingc mimeographed lmll"tf:i is lo be Issued hl-weekly. Editorial responsibilities 'iire to rolK'.i 1 :>.niong ineiiib'is. ndltors for the first p:t- r:i'i' were Miss fluth fit-ay and Miss Anne Wecdman. The Newsletter, with cimilmlon exc'ft'dlng 100, covers news nf livitlhi or Ihe Methodist youth Fellowship in ilia local church as well as items of nulio'ia) Inler- fst, Mich as the ' Cleveland Coa- ferellre, lo whiel] Miss Iva Srjay to he dck-Bate. H is planned that the semi-monthly recreation nights of Ihc Fellowship will be the publication limr- for Huv.'il'.-ltci 1 . Bits of News Mostly with five-members 'nhd-now has n membership of 20, was in charge of a Jbiief,program. Participating were IfrB. Joyher, who rrnve (lie devotional, "GhrrJen of-Life", and Mrs. H. O. .'B'lknap.. teacher, who gave brief his lory of the class. Until M. Dhuit of New Orleans wns crowned "Miss Louisiana" in a will stule-widr.- ix-uuty pageant hrM in fMivvoi:arl. (NBA '1'ele- lihotn.i Royal Service Programs Given at WiVlS Meetings Cin-le Cm? oi the Woman's Missionary S.iciety of Calvary B.i])tirt Churtii met, M:m:l:iy afternooti'.vitli Mrs. H. W. HilliicUc and Circl'! '1 v.t) tneiubins \\ere ;,'ll[.'.sLs of Mrs. a. I,. V:l:ili)illdfl'. •At fllv^le One's ineetlng, Mrs.M.i- Ijel 'l,tin:ilord Luve Iht 1 openmg .1'Miytji 1 un^i Mis. -John Holmes c,ave a coinniuiiity mission report. Mrs. Il'ii-ry 'llariKitUr. who f;avi- a ttevo- lionul ynd prayer, was in eh:u*;e tif th.e progriim. 'i'akinr; pait were Mrs. Holmes, with "World Peace in Christian America" as her topic; J'r.;. Ksy Smith, uho rcatl a letter from a missionary, Mr.s. R. O. Belk- iiii]). with "Why 1 Volunteered" as her topic a'.icl 'Mrs. I.utisford, \vho discussed, "Prom Missionaries." Mrs. R. L. Sanders gave the closing prayer, i Fjr the. Ch'-lc'Two meeting, Vastiinder hud charge of the pro- anv Partictpatini; were Mrs. Carra Prewitt. u'iio also If-cl a prayer, Mrs.,;ViTimi( Hoyd und Mi-s. U. C. Gertijany. In addition Lo Ihe 10 j menlbe:s present were two visitors, •grnVr'tiirin members "guests were ' Mrs " D - No ™ian of 'Prumoim 'and Mr^ajid'-lMrs,.. Ed - HnrU- and Miss ' Mrs -; J - Audercon. Jewell-Russell of'Memphis, honse- Mr. and Mrs. Daltoti Powlston were In Memphis Saturday u> attend the MOrtT show "Naughty Marietta. " Thcv were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hindmuu niv.1 tlaugliters, Kuy and Ann ami Mrs. Charles Evans. William H. McKenzle of Montgomery, Ala., is the guest this week of ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M McKenzle. He will participate Saturday in the 'Roe-Evrard wgildfni;. HLufl Bergt. -and Mrs. Carl C. (.'iiiiison Jr., have returned to their home in Memphis aflei 1 spendlii;! few days here (is guests of icH- a few lives. I.MI-.S. Miss Juahita Bailey It Wed to J. B. Mayo •Announceine'nt was made today of tlie marriage of Miss Juunna Biilcy of Memphis, daughter of >.\ir. and -Mrs. Ralph Bailey of Lepanto, to J. B. Mnyo of Blylhevil'.e one) Memphis, son of Mrs. Mildred Ktclileson of Blytlieville. 71ie ceremony took place Aii;r. 2. In Ilernando, Miss,, at the home of (lie Rev. C. W. Whltton, pastor of the First, 'Baptist Church there. The bride wore a silk dress in block and Ahlto v,llh white accessories. Mr. Muyo attended Blythevlllc llii:li S'.'hoo] and is now employeil at Hemp Hill Diesel School ill Memphis, where they will make their home. Flat Lake Club Women Plan County Fair Booth i A. Harizog has been n- i plnt L!lk(1 "oi"e Demonstration Mrs. Shnmlm Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club When Mrs. Raymond filiair.Un eii- rlainc'd the 'Aviilon Bnn"o Club ul licr home yesterday nflernoon. uiembors presL-nteii Mrs. lla.skel lilankenshij) with household gifts lor her now homo now under cou- strnctlon. Kiiaier (lowers In various shades v;eie arranged throiiylKiui niitcr- lainlng roams. Prizes were awiirdecl to Mrs. H. 1) Halford. high. Mrs. Bill Ciilbow. Viw, rind Mrs. 'Ulankenship, bunco. Tli.- hostess served a dessert rimr.'.e .vii.n pitncli. • • » Mrs. Lloyd Presents Royal Service Program Mrs. Ouiilali Lloyd was In charge of the Royal service program which was presented last night, at a meeting of t.he (Business Women of CaCvnry Baptist Church. 'Assisting on the program were Mrs. Lee 'Powell. Mrs. P. H. Jernigan. Mrs. Jnnlo Hoss. Mrs. O. W. Davis nna Mrs. Berry. Mrs. Mabel Ijimsford gave the Bible study and prayers were led by Mrs. Henry fie:'- ry and Mrs. Jcrnlgan. . Other than the 10 members present was a visitor, Mrs. W. AtUway. * • • Stay Party fo be Given Tonight for Joe Evrarcl •moved to 'her home from Blytl<e- vllle Hospital. Miss Ann Crok, recreation dlre:- lur In lil Paso. Texas. Is at homo lor 10 days to be with her mother, Mrs. J. E. Crook, and her sister. ;\1i:>s Margaret. Crook, who Is lit home (or u vacation before returu- inf; lo IjOitisinnrt State University, iliaton 'Rouge. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Scmi>le, und son, Kerry, of Beaver Dam, Wise., lire Buesls in tiie lioine'of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Henderson liere. Misses Mary and Frances Dowtly have returned hoine from Hatesville, v;hpre they were guests of their uncle und annl. Mi 1 , and Mi's. O. K. .(ones, and family, for a week, Cyrus Wixson and son, Vnrdamun WixMin, both of Waverly, La., were guests yesterday of Mi-, and Mrs. II. A, wlxson and family at Burclettc. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hart me .spending two weeks in Los Angeles as guests of their sons, James and Charles Hart. Mr. and Mrs. 'fed Krlltz of mile ! Rock, formerly of Blylheville are the ]:.irenls of u (laughter Ixrrn.yes- terday afternoon hli a Little Roi:;: hospital. She has.i.een iiumed Jane I Dray. Mr. and Mrs. Krutz also have u son, Teddy who is three years (id. James Gil Ham Enlists In Army For Three Years Club •*)» have a booth at the fulr, nembers tlecUted yesterday afternoon when they met at the club house. Final plans for the fair will he made at n meeting of the Coiin- ly Council Aug. 27 for which the Flat Lake Club will be hostess. To answer roll call each member told what Hem she would enter in the fair. Mrs. E. C. Thompson gave demonstrations on sewing and Mrs. Opal' Sanford presented a poem entitled "Take Time to be WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1947 At The Hospitals BLYTHJ:VIU,r HOSPITAL Admitted: Mri. G. L. Hnles, Arinoi'cl. Earl McGregor, city. Mrs. n. W. Slroinberger, city. DJshlissed: Mrs. Ilowell Hamilton and Iraby, city. Mis. TOIII Hnrclln, city. Mrs. George Ayers, Stcele. Mo. Frank Brown, Luxora. Henry Malone, city. John Waldcn, city. Births; Born to Mr. ami Mrs. William D. Pierce, city, a daughter, this morn- Ing. Burn to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Powers, Haytl. Mo., n dauKhler, UiU morning. . WAIXS HOSPITAL Dismissed: I/ils Shelley, city. Mrs. Bill Davis, city. Mrs. M, 13. Brown, Kteele. Mrs. J. B. Tyler, Sleele Earl Simmons, Me. '1. city. Mrs. Otis WhllfecoUon. Aiinorcl. Virginia Pierce, flte. 3, city. Mrs. J. D. Btrawblrclse, Bnrclntlr. Refreshments of cake and Ice cream were served by Mrs. E. C. 'Ihompson and Mrs. lassie Davis . Californians Honored By Mr., Mrs. N. O. May Mr. und Mrs. Francis Chandler und children. Sharron and Thomas, of I.odi, Calif., were honored by their host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs N. O. May of Lost Cane, Saturday night with an ice cream supper and Sunday with a picnic at Manila. Guests included 100-year-old NU- rion Chandler, Mr. and Mr-s. Alvis Chandler and sons, Charlie, Thomas aiul Hobby. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Waithi 1 ! Ciiirrelt and children. Shirley and Waltins Jr., of Manila; Mr. and Mrs. W. c. Maiighm and (laughters. Veteran inters Hospital Bert stidhnm. formerly of Blytheville ai-<| r.ow of Snnta Paula. Calif, h'ni fc'csu admitted lo the nirmln'ilnn CJriieral Hospllul at Van Muys, c/ilif., for a spinal 'operation. H was learned here today. .T.tldham is a World War tl her mother, Mrs. Myron | I Mr. veteran on duty in the Pacific 'I healer. Mrs. Stidham also is loi - iiHTly of Illvthpvllle. Osceo/o News W. J. Driver Sr., who has been seriously ill in the Methodist Hospital for the past five weeks, has returned to his home. His condition is satisfactory. Osceolans vacationing' on the Gulf t/'oast this .week are Mr. uml Mrs. Bruce Ivy. Mr", and Mrs. Ben Butler Sr., and son. Gene; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coleinan and diulgh- ter, Hetty Jean, Mrs. C. B. Driver and daughters, Nancy ami Anil, Mrs. Braxton Bragg. Miss Incy. , Henderson and her houseguest, Miss I Grace Johnson, and also Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose of Roseland. Mrs. ilk-hard Edwin Prcwitt left ton and Nnllllng. Mrs. E. j. Walls and daughter, B»raker, of Hammond, Ind., left today after a visit wilh lier sister, Mrs. J. H. Kruusc «nd Mr. Krause. I'.n route home they will be guests of friends and relatives in Senath, Missouri. \ Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh. Mrs. Spencer Driver, Mrs. W. E. Hunt and Mrs. Donald Werf/, wore among those who attended the MOAT show in Memphis yesterday. Coming Events THURSDAY ON15 Bunco club meeting with Mrs. Louis Zeller. FRIDAY Mrs. Alvin Hardy hostess to members of Ihe CBC Club. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrrird entertaining with rehearsal supper for Roe-Evrard wedding party SATURDAY Miss Mary Hue Roe will Iweomc the bride of Marcus Joe Evrard in a ceremony x, 7:30 o'clock In the evening at First Baptist Church. 4,500 A. F. of iTseamen Strike in New York City •NEW YORK. Aug. 23. (UPl-Marc | than 4.580 AFL'seamen struck early ! today against, the Isthmian steam. ship Lilies, and a union spokesman ;:iud the waikout would tic- up all | the company's IIM cargo ships when I they reach United States ports. The .strike might affect .shipping I even more, however, Seven stillck ships already were idle in New York haibar. and other unions, including thasc affiliated with the OIO refused to cross picket lines to pel to their own ships, [looked near the struck ships. UNBLOCK ^DIGESTIVE TRACT And Stop Doting Your Stomach With Soda and Alkalizer* Don't eipect to Eet real rellet from headache, •our atoroacb, gaa and bail breatb by taking •cxJa and otner ilkalkera il the true of your trouble \i ronstli>at[on. la thi* cn*e. your/eal trouble 19 not la tbe storaacb at all. But in the intestinal tract where 80% of your food indigested. And wb€n the, lower part geta blocked food may fail to What you want for real relief U eorno- tbing to "unblock" your lowi-r intestinal trui t. Something to clean It out effectively— htlii N itture iret back on her f«t. Get Carter's J'illa right now. Take as directed. 'I'hey gently Bnif effectively "Uliljjtxk" your d!ge«tlY« tract. 'Hik pt'nmta all G of Nature's own illative julcis lo mix better with your food. You get ac-nuine n-Jkl from Indigestion att you cun fe^l really gfloij ugnln. Uuy Carter'a 1'ilU loilay. "Uubloi-k" your Intestinal tract fur real relief from L ' Continuous Shows Every Day llox Office Opens I :45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO Kl.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 1:59 pm. Time Todar Heart Courier News Want Ads. . guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Gran. Mrs. "Thpmpson to Serve 2nd Jerm as YWFMS Mead ~Mrs* ; -Hiirol(l - Thompson was re- elected,-jf^sldent; of the Young \Y6rnan's 'Foreign ..Missionary Society oft-the-'First Church of the Jvazar'ene'at a'business meeting last night fit 'the church. Other officers who will serve arc Mrs. Melba Cobb, vice president; Mrs. Ray'White,' recording secretary; Mrs. Daniel Stafford, treasurer; .Mrs. Ira. Lambert Jr.. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Andrew if SI. Mayo, study chairman, and Mrs. Biirt Trunible, publlcitr chairman. Mrs. Mayo and Mrs. Trurnbl* were selected as delegates to attend fhe_ YWFMS Assembly which svill be held next month in Little Rock Mrs. Mayo led the 10 members present'.in prayer and the Rev Mr.,Stafford, who presided durint the -'election, led the dlsmissa prayer. •- REVIVAL John W. McKcnzie and Boliily Gardner of Parugotild. cousins of Marcus Joe 'En'ard, will ente^'lain tontyhl in 'Paragould \viili a stag party honoring Mr. Evrard. Mr. Mc- Ke>i7ie and Mr. Gardner will act as groomsmen in Ihc wedding of Mr. Evrard nml 'Miss Mary Sue Roe, to be solemnized Saturday. GirU of I lie ci»iiet;c- set were BIylheville men who will attend guests ycttorilav of Tlu> Dnlta Delta '. the party are Marcus Evrard. E:-n- Jc.lla Alumnae Club at the home of , est noe, and W. M. McKeiiKle. Also Mis-.N'.in-y Hushes nn West Main attending wi.l be Dill MeKenzic oi Street, 'the 10 guests, all oi whom Montgomery, Ala., and John K. Supper Party Honors 10 Tri-Delta Rushees arc this season's rnshcr:i, wi-rc serv- Sorority I'c'oif, ol .siivi r. gold ami hlue were repealed Uirimfiiout en- lainiiig iMtns in ilccorulloiis and in itrraiigr-mcnl ol Slimmer 'lowers. A centerpiece lor I lie buffet, was of three Mtu-shapcd crystal fiower- GiicMs were greeted by Mrs. Russell 'Ilnyncs l-"urr, president of Uic local alumnae chapter. They were entertained cHiriiiu t!ie eucnins with the slnsniK of Tri-Uclla .songs. Out of town <;\ie.;ts were Miss,lean Lilighart ol Memphis, homcgncst of Miss Hiijjhes, ,uitl Mrs. Jjlin E. Clouse of C.x'kvillc. Tenn., housa- fjuesl of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe. Jjjth are Tri-nelta alumnae. (icorglu and Mamie, of Paragoulii | yeslerdny lor herjiome ami Mr. and Mrs. May and child- " " " " *'"' Jcmcs II. Gllllain, soli of Mr. and • ien, Lu'iiis and Calvin. Mis. Jessie Clillinni, of Blythevlllo, Mr. and Mrs. Chnndler left Monias enlisted In the Army Air P.n- day for their home in Ixxli. ces for a periotl of three years, ataif Sorgt. Dan C. Seal, Army recriiltiiig officer iinno'iinced. Mr. GiUiam is now en route to Fort Sam Houston. Texas, for processing aiid assignment. . in P.eydel ,1f c Medkal Test Proved This Greet to Relieve MONTHLY FEMALE PAINS try's Hal. 14 instances of 103, n coiin- largest, city is also Its eap- Meeting Chlckasanbn Lodge '31 P. arid A.M.. will meet In regular communication tomorrow at 7:30 All members and visiting brothers ir.- vited. by order ol Worshipful Master Max Parks. to attend pre-nnptial social affairs being given for her sister. Miss > Annelta Talbol, whose marriage to i Richard Beituchamp will he solemnized Saturday niornlng in Pine | Bluff. Mr. Prewitl will join her' Friday and they will leave Sunday to attend the Kappa Sigma Conclave In Hot Springs. En route home they will spend several days in Fayelteville. Miss Ann Brooke of Atlanta, Ga., will arrive tomorrow to be the, hoiiscguest of Miss Betsy Coving-] *u national monthly th? sU !.iak" CS wJ ™KCT irojn pa.n,ft:«i so ;icr- Ito " s - rt '- sll< ^. w«ak— £ lr f L^lf rl'n™ ham's Vegetable com- 'Late George Apley' H'ilh Houald Coliiutii atnl I'e^fty Cummins March uf Time & Selected Shorts it yriiiu! soothing elTect on one c' woman's inosr Important ort/ans ruketi rcBulnrly - Plnklmm's Com- ppuntl helps bvilld i,p resistance to sucll inslrtM. Also H gre:it stoiimclilc tunlcl LVDIA E. PINKHAM'S Thursday arid Friday RONALD Clouse of Cookevllle. Tenn. Mrs. C. C. Bowen Gives Party for Bridge Club OSCEOLA, Aug. 13. (UP>—Mrs. C. C. liowcn entertained members of a two-table bridge club and two other guests, Mrs Elliot Snrlaln and Mrs. Herbert Shippen, yesterday afternoon at her home on Semmes Avenue. Mrs. Sartain won hiuh score prize in games and second high went to Mrs. Ilowen. Mixed garden [lowers attractively decorated the home for the occasion. Iced thinks and party foods were served. Presenting new styles By / Featuring three Beautiful Black Doeskin Patterns Under Bio Tent Gateway Tabernac I e 220 South Howard, ^ Pride Addition Special Gospel, Messages »mJ Singing, Yeung Pco- pte'8.Rally Diily, 7pm hntte* L G. l^oh, Pastor $8.95 Your Choice to be worn with your .< ~ Dressy Black Shoes In Late Summer — - or Early Fall ftacey This is a "Must" for those who like pretty shoes! ALL STYLES AS ILLUSTRATED SMITH ZACKAUY SCOTT , JAM ESV KERN News lint! ShnrL Box Office Opens at 1:03 p.m. SJiow Slarts 1:15 p.m. Opens Snnriay 1:00, Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows S:it. anil Suiu ~ Tfiulu Night Ever? Nfglit Kxccpl Satarrlay No passes honored on Bnnday »\ the Roxy. 'JTime Today Beat the Band' und Kalph 1'xhviin Selected Klinrls Thursday and Frirlay

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