The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 18, 1947
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PAGtoTMO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1947 Society. AtewA* Euily WlMon, Sodety Editor •••* Phone 461 £Mary Sue Roe, Marcus Joe Evrard I Wed in Evening Ceremony at Church \ r M? . One of the Summers prettiest ," weddings was that of Mis* Mary 'five RM, daughter gf Mr and Mrs ' Ernest Hoe, to Marcus Joe Evrard, ; 'sen or Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, •^ solemnized Saturday night at 1:30 o'clock at First Baptist Cljurcli. The Rev ^ C Brown pistol, of- ^:riclnlett at the doisiie ruig ceremony c In the presence of a huge mimlwr • of-'relatives"rind friends of the COH- 1>'e. The church was beautifully decorated. Graceful Jackson vines were used lavishly about the organ, beams and.columns of the candle- lighled sanctuary and. the. eliancel lail was festooned vUtli the :>aijie vines 'Basksls of *hite gladioli were arianged with tapers burning in branched candelabra and tall single holilcrs. 'Palms, .ferns ana wood- \vaidia trees completed the background ' The \\lnte-carpet*d* arble down v.hrh the bridal part,,'v,alked was •rvarked with Cathedral tapers in S*edlsl) candelabra decorated wlih clusters of white gladioli, huckle- l)Cii> and salal caught with while denias, Marcus Evrard was his son's best mun and groomsmen were Wiiltam M.Kenzie of Montgomery, Ala.,'Div John T. douse of Cookeville, Rob- tit Gardner and John Wt.lis Mc- Kerzie of Pnragould. Keceptlon Ifclil Mr. and Mrs. Roc entertained following tlie ceremony with a reception at their home on Chleka- suwba 'Avenue. The home \vas decorated with vedding fcells and baskets of white gladioli and greenery. Ihe'bride's table was laid with nil mportcd Irish linen outwork cloth md featured :i four-tiercel wedding rake. A centerpiece of fljl ehrysan- iieir.nms and gladioli with pom- voms of steplmnqtls was tied with white satin streamers lending to he cake. , Tlie yard was lighted with (he .•low of many candles and gave the ippearanee of ft Summer garden. Punch ond cake were also served from a similar? decorated table in the yard. satin bc,ws. Metnphian Sings Nuptial music was presented by (Mrs. C..M., Smart; organist, and Mrs. A. J. Sumner of Meriiphis. vocalist. Mrs. Sumner san°r ".Because" by DHardelot and Through the Years" by Vincent Youmans. .Wearing pink, their corsages, were of 'Eeltnont gardenias and white tuberoses. The bride, given in marriage bj her father, wore an ivory.satin wedding gown featuring a moussellne de sole yoke with a high rolled cameo fold of lace und satin encircling ( lhc shoulders. A double bustle vvas bordered with matching la:e. The gathered skirt developed Into a long train. Her fingertip veil of Imported English illusion fell Irom a legal halo of ora.ige blos- bon s . : She carried .a- fun-shaped bouquet of \alley hlies babj gardenias, steplnnotis bouvardla beliuonl gar- ] de lias ap.a gold and white cypre- pidums centered with jjold-thioaied white orchids; iMrs. JWrrfE. CtouSe or Cookeville. Tenn v^sCfter sister's matron of 1 onor aw! itiss June Pratt of. Newpert v,as the maid of honor Bridesmaids were:'Misses Julia Ann and Betty firapc'cs •Woodsorr and Mtss Doroth^-Jiian Higginson. Theiificiresses of blue faille taffeta and - ,m»iquisetto were, fashioned alikSr&rhigh rolled cameo fold encircled : the ;shoulders and bustle lo matcji'Vhe bride's gown. 'I hey [carried fan-shaped arrangements otjpink tuberoses. Brlarcllff rcses and American beauty gar- r UoYnSafftrKstmsOf ^ ^FEMALE COMPUINTS WHh UKMiftrt- . .Assisting In serving were Mrs. .S. S. Reeves and Mrs. John L lewis of .Lake Village, Mrs. Charles B Pcnn, Mrs. E. 'B. Woodson. Mrs. W M. McKenzic. Mrs. John I,. Me- Kenuie of Paragonld, Mrs. Josepl W. McHaney, Miss Jettyc Huffman Miss Ila Rogers, Miss Vein Good rich. Mrs. Roe wore n dusty pink formal gown with a corsage of Bel- monl gardenias and the bridegroom's mother chose a .shell grey dress with a corsage of spitfire roses. Tlie couple loft Inte In the evening for u 'Wedding trip to New Orleans. Upon their return, they will be nt home nt 1011 West Main For traveling, '-he bride wore a suit of brown faille 'with j.ulc green accessories and a corsage of whits.' orchids. .The many guests from out of town included Miss Mary Lynn Lewis. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Hooves, ii!l of lake Village. Mr. and Mrs. Dan 'Hughes Bill. Mr. and Mrs. •ameroii Spalding, Mrs. Charles Hedges, 'Mr. nnd Mrs. A. .1. Sumner, Mrs. J. U. Pecples. Mr. .and Mrs. Kelly 'Avery. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bartholomew, Hamilton IS. Ltl- tle. Mrs. J. W. Hull, Mr and Mrs Wide Smith, all of Memphis Also Mr. nnd Mrs. B. L. Gardner, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Willis ML'K'.-ii- zie anil Rcbert Gardner of Paragould, and William McKcnzle of Montgomery. Millikin-Greenway Rites Are Solemnized in Dell Announcement lias been made of the wedding of Mrs. Undine, Woodaid Clruenway of Dell, daugh- er of Ml and Mrs. K. M. Wocil- rd, to J. VI. Milllkln of Hell, for- nerly of ChliMiio. • The ceremony took place Aug. 1 at Hie home of the bride's par- ills with the liev. Car) C. IHirton. KiFlnr of the Mr-thudlst Churcli nl }cll. officiating. Tht bride wore a 7'Mll drew: uf beige with a corsugc of 1'mwiuii llle.s and b«l>y while orchid 1 :. Following tlio ceremony, the couple left for a wedding trip. Vnr .raviillng, Mrs. Millliian wore a ro:x- IJncn suit. They will innko their home in Dull. Mrs. Hardy Hostess To Club With Party Mrs. Alvin Hardy was hostess with <i puity I-'j'iday alternoon to memhi'rs of the OHO Club. Til games. Mrs. A. A. Hardy won high fuoro iirl//. 1 . second went lo Mr.s. Lenclejmlc I''owler utid rtx»ko to Mrs. Haul illyrum. AtlractiH! iirrangcmcnU of flowers di'coraled the homo for the occasion. The hostess served a ini.wd fruit salad with cook Its. Billy Burnhaui Honorod Bits of News MoltUf. Petdottat Christens "Flying Shamrock' With Birthday Party Hilly Biirnham celebrated his llth birlluiay Friday aflerntion when his parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Chester ilinnlKim, entertained with a party 111 his honor. Wayne Bennie Revival Enters New Week Large congregations arc attending Ihe Revival services being held at Promised Land Methodist. Cluirch, the Rev. Ruy L. McLesler, pastor, said today when he announced that services would be continued through most ,of Ihis week. The Rev. 11. II. Blevins, pastor of Lake Street Methodist Church, conducting the services. The 2. r » guests played various games during the afternoon wilh pri/.cs belnc, awarded to Priest. Sonny Couley and Hays. Following the games thr guests were served refreshments iif ice cream and cake. At The Hospitals Bl.VTIIKVII.I.K HOSl'lTAI, Lelu Walker, Tyler, Mo. Henry Needhhin, city. Louise llaller. Dell. Alton Collins, city. Mrs. Flnlcy Perkins, city. Dismissed: Alice Hay, city. Jirii Hardin, city. Mrs. K. W. Slromlrerger, city. Kenneth Leach, city. Butty Carver. Sleelc, Mo. Mrs, Ethel Hammon, Steele. Inez Whitney, ,eity. Mrs. Sterling Conley, city. Robert Rntney, Cooler, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wahl reluni- cd yesterday from McLeanxlMro, 111., where they had been called because of the death of Mis. Wahl's uncle. Dr. J. M. Clements. Millard Parkliur.-.t of nnllas, Texas, arrived Friday for u brief visit with Ills mule, I. K, park- Mr, i-.iid Mrs. Hurry while are parents of n (laughter twrn JPri- day at lilyllievillv ffospllal. She \i their flisl child nnd >l>as been named Janie Marie. Mrs. White b the formi-i Miss Kmma Jane Webster, daughter of Mr. Walter Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson s|:enl the. weekend in Memphis .as [•uosts of Mr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. wofjdrow icvans of Blytheville and Mrs. Wesley Johnson of C«i utlicrsville have relumed ' from Dolt-oil, Mich., where they attend-! i:d Ihe funeral <if their nephcv; 1 William Price. ] Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. lelehcarl arc Die [mrcnl.s of a .son horn August 15 at Tidwells' Clinic. The ehild has been named Joe. Wallace, Mrs. Iglehearl is the former Miss Carolyn On-ill. Mrs. W. S. Jiihn.slon and daugh- ti'i', Miss Rosemary Johnston, .ire in Tiilsii, Okla.. spending Iheir vacation wllli 1'ik-nds und relat.ives. Mrs. [.orciie Clainpllt of chicn- lio arrived .Saturday lo spend two weeks with her paicnts. Mr. anil Mr;;. K. II. Ford. Also gnesls of the l-'ords lor Ihe weekend wore Miami Mrs. Ed Khaver and- children .lane M»g:l!ileni!. Robert Ford. .John Kdwnnl und nonnle. Mi;::; LlnlKinno Jnegci-s. Mi:-:. 1 Billy Uuinon and Miss Eliy.iibelh Martin spent last week in TJiloxl Miss., und New Orleans. La. Mr. and Mrs. John Burnett and son, David, h.ive relumed from a vacation in Tnlsa, Okla., and Kan- Ann, of Patterson, La., are the guests\ of her parents, Mr. and! Mrs. II. Ballentlne end other relatives and friends. Mrs. Nultuil is tlie former Miss Allene 3allen- tlne. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sheilly. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Mick and Mrs. Turner Klssell of Elythevllle, have returned lo their homes after spending a vacation at Colorado Springs, Colo. Official Visits Missco Library in Osceofa O2OEOLA. Aug. 18.—Miss Irene [ Mason, of Little Rack, executive j ucc.'1-etaiy of the Arkansas Library | C,-mmi.s.sicm arrived in Oiceola lo- I day to visit, the Mississippi Couiuy Lfcraiy here. iMlss Mason staled that she would spend four days here studying the operalion of Hie library. Miss Eula M:Doiigal Is county librarian. Keiser Child Dies •Irene Virginia Mann. eight months old daughter of Mr. and Mr;. I J :»H Mann of Keiser, died, night at Walls Hospiia; here i'.iter one day's illness. Her father is u civilian employee on Ciiiiim Island. 'Arrangements for funeral services were incomplete at noon. Swilt Fnner:!l Home of Osceola is in Mis> Ic^as" Lynn MeClain cjf Lnlki:i, Texas, christened the "i'lymj; Kliamruck, owned by Glenn II. McCarlhy, Tlouslon oil man. at. tlie Van Muy:;, Calif., airport. Here. MeClain is given an afisist by Mr. Mcl.'arlhy, rlglil, and Jame.s c. Ruble, icli, who will pilot the plane in Ihu Van Mnys-lo-clevi'land llcmlix Air Pace on All! 1 .. 20. INEA Arc you,troubled by dlslrcs3,;of female luiict'coBl monthly dlcturlyl^ces? Does this mihi yoi.i suffer Jrom Italn, icel so^ urrtous, restless, weaM—at such times? Then to try Ljdln It. PlnXham's VeccUlile Com- poutict to ratlevc such syiiiploinrl In n,recent medical test Plnkham's Compound proved remarkably helpful to woinen troubled tills way. It's what UDctors call a : uterine sedative. It has a grand Bootljlnu effect on one of tcff/n- an'5 liiost impO7tant organs. Taken regularly—Plnkham's Compound helps oulld upreslstancc to such distress. Also a ^reat stomachic tonlcl VECEIUIE COKPDUW LYDIH E. PiNKHAM'S Rev. Zimmerman Resigns As Baptist Missionary The Rev. II. A. Zimmerman has resigned us Baptist associational missionary of Mississippi County. The resignation will heroine effective Aug. :tl. Meeting Executive Board of the Woman's Auxiliary. of First Presbyterian Church meeting nt the church, 2:30 o'clock; Circles One, two and Three meeting at 3 o'clock and Ihe Auxiliary meeting at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Harry While and baby, cily. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. M. George, city, u daughter yesterday Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones Cooler. 11 daughter Saturday. Born to Mr. anil Mrs. L. M. Speck, cily, a son Saturday morning. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Billy Dunn, city. Mrs. A. S. Velar.gues and baby, city. JQhn Seymour, city. Mabel Simon, city. Carllon Smith, eily. Joe Walls, city. Glenn Car.son, Rt. 2. city. Mrs. Joe Holfsteltcr, city. Mrs. Mo. Mrs. Cecil Hansard am! Q. Hodge. Rt. 3. city. Tom Hall. Manila. sns City. In Tuls.i J,liey were ol 'Mrs. Unniell's sister, Mrs. Quentin Mli>, nnd Ur. File, and in Kansas Cily. they vir.iled Mr. Burnett's hrothcr. Joe Bin-lieu, and Mrs. Burnett. The Burnetts wore- accompanied home by Miss Hetty Jean Hill, who hu.s been visiting In Kansas Cily. L. G. Hash is attending the Mc:h- itn!?;.Utoii Conference of Ihe 'Nalion- u.l Caiton Council of America today uml loinorro,v in Sloneville, Mrs. Hamilton Tnlbott returned toduy to her home in Bethesda, Md.. alter a", visit, of .several weeks here as of her mother, Mrs. Emma Nolen, and tier sister, Mrs. E. R. Mason and fnmily. Mr. and Mrs. William T. -Stewart of Jonesboro, who are spending three weeks here ns quests of their parents, Mr. sVnd Mrs''< 33.* R Slow- art ami Mr. tiilrf- Mrs. XT. 'H."HoTi; are in Memphis visilinji relalives li few days this week. Misses Iva and Ruth Seay luu'o returned from spending i' week in Pensneoln and other poinLs of interest In Florida. In Pensacoln tliey were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mclvin Brown and daughter. Miss Melbn Brown. follrwlni;: K. c;. I'lelso of Cape Gir.ideau. Mo.; Aibc-rt L. Fair of Marked Tree; O. V. keadcc of Marked Tree; the Rev. A. D. Young of Chicago, 111,, flying a Piper Cruiser: nd Mrs. T. G. Ferguson of Ghmieau: O. R. Uelford of in :i Cruiser; and C. L. Juckson. Miss., in a Nu- Mr. a Cnpe Wynne Gully vion. Airport News With approval of the Civil Aeronautics Administration to offer advanced flight, and ground school cmir.sL's expected. Hood Flying service has taken steps lo increase facilities to handle the addilianal training. A commercial flying s;chool rating and an advanced ground school' rating are expected and when :e- cvivnd the Hying service will offer training lending to and | instrnclor ratings. j All Instrument rilling course lo \ sl]LMHlhn / n b , lc .f "vacation at home be offered Inter is also included ,. ^.^^ cntl ,,. ing , il( , UniV(>rsitv of ! '"o, k'^nay evenU,a"!y\e W ^ldecr lo M1 ^ ollli '. Co ' umbia - I the aerial curriculum. I M™- r '"' cl1 CaDehart »,;:! dan-! Ground school formerly held in Rhtcr. Hence Dane, are spending Hanger No. 2, has been moved to two weeks visiting Mrs. Cape- Hanger No. 1 and expander! to In- hart's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maucl elude two classrooms, one for CRjht L'-"/ca. at, Miami, Fin., and her Steele News Sinarf Sc!;ool CJufh Paul Glenn McClutclien, who has fceun a Summer student nt Arkan- .sas Kttile ColleHC, Jonesboro. For smart - in - school rlnlhes choose Ilift ones that offer bo'tf* freedom ami good luciks.sucli ii^ Ihe corduroy suit for children three lo six years old shown above as pictured in (lie August issue of (juo:l Housekeeping nia'it- »/ine. students working toward i private pilots license and the other for tliose Inking the commercial course. graiKlniothcr iti Cuba. Mi-, and Mrs.. Jack Byrd and family, of C. W. Culn, Caruthei-sville, baby, city. Peter James Ltuman ami his mq- Iher, Mrs. P. J. iXumnn, ancj Carl Caop:r, nil ol New Orleans, arc t'.ucsls of Mr. LauirKin'.s linn:e. Mir.s Mn'.idie Mndinger. and her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cornelius Modinncr. Miss iModinper and Mr. Liuumn >*'ill lie innrried In it ceremony here Sal- urdiiy. Mr. Coc,i»r Is to serve ns man. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Mitchell and sous, ICciinelli and Julian huvo returned from Clarendon where they ."•Projection, cniiinmeul. hns been | s .,f, llt Iast setVp in tlie commercial class room [ for-'the showing of'aviation train- l^ng f)lius. • A BT-lfi has been purchased and jl'lcenscd fur flight training in tha conunei-cial course and anottiev in- 'termcdiate trainer has been .stripped clown lor use in ground school work. A stripped-down P-fl3. the ,Bell Kingcobra. is also used for ground school training. C. V Srbaugh made a quick trip to Memphis in his Navion Friday lo pick up electrical equipment used to replace equipment damaged iii llic l.-iiiigston-Wrolen fire Thurs- 'Transient pilots landing here during I lie past week include the Chiilfanooga, -Teiin., week visiting relatives in Elcrl, where Mrs. Byr<l formerly made lu.r home. Mrs. Hoy Nnttall and dallghler. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP Iffl So. 2nd St. ' Phone 2308 to Clinton. N. J., lo visit! - have „ went especially for the birthday of m r . :m d Mr:;. Tony Hrnschi. Mr. Mitchell's father, Calvin Mil- j ' Mr . , m( ] MIS. chesler Burnham chell who celebrated his Dlsl blrlh- j nm \ family, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell iny. i Burnham and son. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson,! Mrs. Milford Miller spent this week- Mrs. J. u. Walker, Miss Lucy i cm i .,t neelfoot Lake in Tennessee. I'hoinpson, and Mrs. J. W. West] SAVE 10% on alt CLEANING BILLS! n . . Dial 2433 PEERLESS CLEANS FOR LESS... Suits and Plain Dresses Ready Clothes for Fall How! I?: DRY CLEANERS Phone 2433 •t'' ^.t fi* ^ > "-t~-i»^V*. ••' /.'(T-c. 116 West Main St. SHORT ORDERS Beef Stew 40c Soup 15c Mexican Chili 25c Mixed Bowl 30c Hamburger Steak 50c SANDWICHES Hot Roast Beef, Gravy 35c Barbecue 25c Ham 25c Hot Dog 15c Pure Beef Hamburgers lOc Cheeseburger 25c Cheese 15c Ham & Cheese 35c 1 Bacon & Egg 35c Ham & Egg 35c CCND1X STAHDAKO 6EMD1X Di 1UM No offier washer has proved so conclusively it can do your wash all by itself. . . even when you're not in /he house f HERE'S HOW THE BINDIX WORKS WHILE YOU NFLAXI Jusl set Hie dial add soap ... and lake M easy! All by itself ttl« Bendix washes, triple-rinses, and damp-drys the clothes ; . . then cleans itself and ihuts off oulomoFica/fyJ BENDIX automatic Washer NOTICE! New Opening Hours; Open 7 a.m. Close 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday ami Friday N'ights Open fill 0 P. M. Saturdays, 1:00 p. m. the WASHERETTE Aiilomalic Self Service LAUNDRY > Phone 966 Main a( Division , Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:0* a.m. 12:15 p.m 4:30 pin. Last Time Today Shocking Miss Pilgrim vith Bclty Orablc :mil nick Hn>meK Panunuunt Ntmvs ami Short Continuous Showing Kvci-yilay Tuesday Wicked Lady with Margaret I.otkwoiul anil James Muson Continuous Showing Kverydny ATTENTION BOYS anil C.IRLS uncin^ the KHz Theater llnck- to- Schuul Civrtuun Show To He Held At 'II11- R I T Z THEATRE Friday Morning, Aug. 22 I»oors. Open at 9:30—Show Starts •• at 10:00 HERE IS.. WHAT. IS IN .STOP.r FOR YOU No. 1—A solid two hour show of your favorite carlouns \vith Bugs ttmmy, Mickey Mouse, 1'luto the Pu[>, Tom ami Jerrj', Poncye the Sailor, • Daffy Duck, Little Lulu, and many others. No. 2—A Free Bail of Popcorn. No. 3—A Free Cartoon Comic Bonk. ALL THIS FUN AND .TOY FOR AN ADMISSION OF 25c NOTE TO KIDS—K'art saving your ickels and dimes so you won't miss iis big show. OTE TO PARENTS —This is (rictly for the kids. No adults will >e admitted. TRADE-IN YOUR OLD WASHER ON A MODERN DO - EVERYTHING BENDIX iN>o\v it's 1'Iasy lo Huy the Wni'ld's "ijiivii Washer! Up j.o 12 MonjlisJ_o_f'nj' ^^ NO OTHER WASHER HAS SAVED SO MUCH WORK . . . SOAP ... HOT WATER ... CLOTHES . . . FOR SO MANY MILLIONS OF FAMILIES Boi Office OIMMIS at 1:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:00; Start!) 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. anil Sun. Bargain Night Ever; Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Snnrtaj al the Roxr, Last Time Today Phone for TRADE-IN OFFER TODAY. 1 HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Co. for News & Selected Short Subject Tuesday and Wednesday

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