The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1948 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR New* Phone 4 IC1 , Miss Bunch Becomes Bride • Of Bailey Tarpley In • candlelight ceremony sol• minlzed yesterday afternoon, 2 • o'clock at the Yarbro Methodist Church, Miss Martha Ann Eimch, daughter of Mrs. Starling Bunch and the late Mr, Bunch, became the bride of Louis Dailcy Tarplev, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Tarpley of Memphis. ; The Rev. Ray L. McLester, pastor, officiated at the double ring rites In the presence of Intimate jrirmU and relatives o}- the young couple A btautlful setting for the cerc- rtiony was formed by floor baskets of whlt« gladioli with white satin bows, flanked by glowing white ts- pers In wrought Iron candelabra, and cathedral tapers against i. background of greenery-and palms. A program of nuptial music, which Included the traditional wedding marches, was presented by Miss Ann Deen, pianist, she wore R frock of aqua crepe with brown accessories Wed In Afternoon Ceremony M r s. Louis Bailey Tarpley was before her yesterday afternoon nt the Yarbro .Methodist Church, Mis* Martha Ann Runch (laughter o f and pinned a white gardenia In her hair. ; .Mrs Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann, vocalist, sang "I Love Thee" by orelg j Bunch and Hip »nd "The Lord's Prayer" by Mnl- j !ott. Her dress was fashioned of late Mr Hunch pale blue crepe with black acces- iorle» «nd she wore a rose camcll* In her hair. Miss Mary Alice Bunch, sister of the bride, was moid nt honor. She wore « wins suit fashioned of wnol crepe with grey accessories, ind » corsage of while gardenias and ! ' rhit« hyacinths. «« p-ii- r- BCII,. Mrs. kills Lmcrlcims ~ te Club, - BLYTHEyrLLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW1 ._ Bits of News " -^?^ C ^°^^~ : f^^ Tapers were llRhted by Miss BL,,.«1 Keiiley of Holland, who wore • moth grey gaberdine suit wilh a pec topped, neplum effect, nnrt grey Mr.s. , ,., "'if,'!'. W J I , Ier ca ^ f was "'! Id-day niter,™,, at her iiome'wheii »m,s gardenias and pink carna- [ she enlcrlaincrt members of the ^S=i.=^£SSHH=5 smart original navy blue RalXT- dlne suit with a long Jacket fashioned with a fitted waist niul lio-it pocket* extending Into a drape t-f- lect In the back. Her accessories were nf navy and white and her small hat of navy blue straw was trimmed with a brlghtlv colored taffeta bow In the back. QU. -..^ i J 7.,; *"" iiuiacuvciy decorated *-V*±, rt :.,^ hl '.•» lln ..' >ra .»:":«»'.«""r«* »' P'c»rdy Kladioli. guest of her sister, Pickard mid family, Oaring the allcnioon bridge games prizes were won by Mrs. Hull, high. Mr.s. Clco Lang.ston, second! 1'he hoste.ss also presented Mrs. Robertson with a gilt. Entertaining rooms of (lie home were attractively decorated with book topped with white cnmelhisl A clcs-scrt course which carried was served Iron, Hie dining room' table which was covered with a hand embroidered luce clotli an'J held iis a centerpiece, cherries and other fruit arranged on a mirrored Billy Tarpley of Cotton Plain Ark., twin brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Joe Fnuset and Marvin Sikes., ,,u,v, 1Ilm anai Mrs. Bunch, mother of the bridr, I plaque, flanked-"by ivhile c,< *ore an aqim crepe dress with i burning In crystal candelabra brown accessories and a shoulder! - • corsage of red roses. i n ' 1 n I r- • Mrs. Shellle Mann of Cotton j ul "KlgC I arty IS UlVCIl Plant, grandmother of Ihe bride- Bv Mrs A fv \Vr-ln,, groom, wore a black suit wllh black J 1>lls -^' t \- WelCll accessories and a corsage of red j Mrs. A. 11. Wctenknap was r Hi ' yc.^erclav uhcn she end unediately following ihe ccro- with a bridge party at her 1 a lace cloth and was centered with » mirrored ulatiue holding Ihe t'-ree- Mrs. Calvin HollinRsworth, Mrs. !. W. Widener nud Mrs. Paul Abbott; all cousins of the bride prc- «lded ovor the table. The buffet, held an attractive arrangement of gladioli and while stock In a JOB- silver bowl . Following the reception, the cou- •p!e -left on. a brief wedding trip »fl*r which they will return to. s.arbro to make their home Mr I Tarpley is employed by Arkansas! •Grocer Co., and Mrs. Tarpley is tonnecled with Nell and Minnie's Beauty shop. Out-of-town guests present for the affair were Mr. and Mrs A o Fielder of Steele. Mrs. Harry Ma'nlz of Sacramento. Calif., and Floyd B' •Parnell of Cotton Plant. Mrs. Zeller Entertains 'G.N. B. Club Members and Mrs. James Terrv. second hish. er.s were used in the cnterainlng rooms of Ihe home, and the dining table was centered with an atiraciive arrangement of stock and putch Iris In n low crvst.il bowl. The hostess served refreshments o! a salad plate with coffee. Mrs. Houchiiis Hostess With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. H. H. Houchins was hostess yesterday when she emertniiioii Mid-Week Club members and two guests, Mrs. Elton Kirby anil Mrs. M. A. Isaacs will, a luncheon at her home on W. Main. A yellow and green color scheme was carried out. In the decorating of the entertaining rooms of Ihe home. Th dining table, at which the luncheon was server! held as a centerpiece, an attractive arrangement of Spring flowers In a crvs. Covcrcd Dish Supper Had By Pathfinders Class Airs. Toby LOIIB, Mr.s. T. ./. Halle.}'. Mrs. Charles HioRtlon. Mrs. Don illvclgctl. Mrs. Byron Moore and Mr.s. Francos Peck were hosieries hist night, in ihe social rooms jf Ihp .Method)*! Churcli, la mraib, m of liie Pathfinders suntlay Scho I class ol First Methodist Church, will, a covered dish supper. The lab'es at which the supper VR.'> served were covered with white cloths anil the George Washington motif was cHM'lcd tint in the ilc-jo- lations. with miniiilurp cherrv tret 1 .; and hatchets placed dtiv.ii the lengths ol the tables. Guests for the alfiiir Included two new mcmbcis. Mr. and Mr.s. E. N. Shively nntl the Rev. and Mrs Allen O. Slownrl, Mr. and Mrs. J \V. Adams. Mr. and Mr.i. C. G. Siiinii Jr.. and Bud Whitlorri. William Wyalt is leachei of the class. • • • 'Iravelei's Dinner" Given By Alpha Delia Members Alpha Delta member?; of Hr-ta Sleimi Phil, together with their husbund.s or datrs. were cnmpll- inented v^iih a "Travol^rs ninnc'i-. 1 ' • Hnsicssiy fur the affair wore Mrs. CiHbs'rt Dre Hammock. Mi.ss June C'TO^iirP. .Tjiri Mrs .M.iuiirr I/;! ::v!!. Mrs. Hammock was lioslf..- at her home at 7 o'clock with n » k- tail course. Th n dinlns table was covered with an ivory !ac<- clnth centfreii with a potted bri-onla plant, flanked by white tapers burning In <-r;,'..-a| camtlelabva. '1'he salad course and entice were served at a o'clock with Miss June Go:iiicll as hostess at iier home. The dining table at which Ihe couscs wei> served buffet style, »',-ijs crntereri will, a black Fostn'rfa crystal bowl filled with white gladioli, ycllo'.v mums and mild wheat flanked by green tapers burning in crystal candelabra. -Mrs. Maurice Lutlrcll was hostess at her home nt 9 o'clock with I ho dessert course. Her dlnine room inbli 1 , covered wlih a white linen cloth was centered with a ruby cr.vslal bowl [illcrl with I3utc.ii Iris, white slock, yellow tulips and gold wheat. Following il,r dessert cnurso. iim home where they snrnl thp rrin.iiM- rtrr of Ihp evcninp Informallv. Nfi's. lliis.sell Phillips and Mrs. C, w. AJllick arc spending several days in Memphis. Mi's, W. L. Horncr and Mrs J i/juls Chorry, who are spending several clays in Little Rock, will •turn home Saturday. Tommy Haslclt o| Meiniihis returned there last night after „ weeks visit a.s guest of Mr. and Mrs. w. E Haijan and lainlly. 1'lc. Charles Hay Fowler of the Jntteri States Marine Corps who has boon vnltiiiB v.ilh his grand- notliiT. Air*. Alice Womack and other relatives here, has reported o his new base in Ncwburn, S, Jarolina. Clalr Miller .spt'iit Iwo days In MejniJiis n'here he aitendeH a choo! un Dynaslow TiansiiiLssion n Wulcks. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Hall are spend- ng several days In St. Louis on! Barbara Crowell. daughter of Mr and Mrs. o. S. Crowell. is ill at her homo with chicken pox- Mr, and Mrs. panic McCalla and .anghter. Jenny Wren, spent Wcd- icisday In Memphis. They went especially to attend the Shrine circus. Terry Wetenkump. duutjhler of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wcicnk.imp, Is coniiiK-ii to her home with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. o. A. Curlew, Mrs. l-'riiiice.s midosty and son, Lnniile, and Mrs Inez Gentry spend Tuesday In Memphis. They went cspe- clall ylo lake Mrs. Corlew. whg un- dcru-cnt R check-itp al the Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs c. F. Blakcmore and family had us their Kiiesti, '. Mr. mid Mrs. Sum Long of Coving- • ton. 'J'enn. f Llcul and Mrs Howard N ' Moore are the uureiils ot a daught- ; er born this morning a t. n Navy ; Hospital In Washington. D. c i Their first child, .she has been ' named. Kmilou. Leililcnani Morre I son ol Dr. and Mis. I, 11. Moore.' is stationed m \Vii.Miiujjum with the Navy. H H. Hochin.s and n, s, Simmons left today for n ten nay vacation In the Rio Grande Valley. -Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lines arc | vacationing in Miami, pla. We the Women FU Ruth Mlllelt NKA Staff Writer A Newark, N. J.. wile was recently denied a petition lor separate maintenance. She had nrctieri that her husband drank too much. In handing down the derision, the advisory master in Chancery Court explained. "Under the mosl ideal circum.il.ince.s. r.ich party to a marriage must, overlook a great many j thine.--." I It'.s loo bad he didn't go on to • explain in detail the lechniriiic wheivb} a ui/e, can overlook ev- cessivc drinking o,, the part of her j husband. JKM how. for ir.stunco. un a wi!« ovcilook the [act that her hu.^ban.1 , P-EBRUARY 20, hospital for 78 ? .«- - her , 2 -™.- 0) d so was in Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday 'Hi e Cotillion Club will have Us regular dance at the Legion Hut with Mr and Mr.s. R. M. LoRan. Mr mill Mrs. J. F.-nris McCalln. and Mr. and Mrs Willard Pease as hosts ami ho.-ii-s.-es. Mrs, c. A. Cunningham will oe hoste.-s al her home at 1 o'clock to mcuibor.s of Chapter N, P. E. O. Sicterhoori wi;h Mrs. Ah in Hufr- m;u. Jr., as co-lioste.ss. Life on earth began in tlic the same mineral sails fmmrt ocean, and man's blood contains ihc sea, d Civic Calendar rrlilny Chamber of CommcrcB Ballqu I 1:00 p.m. Osceola Events Thursday Kiwanis Club meeting at the elementary school at 7:00 p.m. sot.s nuarrelsomc? How tloiv, she explain Papa's hails-over lo the children? How dors she oierlook the fact that hit husband's excessive rtrink- miT is intcrfcriin with h,., career ami consequently with ihe familvs economic security? I.i>sl Krsprrt If si-chit; him drui.k nine alter lime tr.akos her loar all re.-poct ''o' her husband, \ihat is silo lo do about that? There arc probably a great nianv women in the rouniry. who took thi- '•tor belter or for wor.,e" pni l c,j I!ip marriase vo«s seriously who would like lo be able lo overlook a nusb'.nd s crunker.ness. But it's a pretty complicated pronlcm. And. if tliry arc told ;o "jti.-t ovei iook it." 'they at 1,,,,^ cncht to be tohl how to go about it. A drunk isn'l easy to overlook Ai The Hospitals nl.xliierille Iliniilt.il i Dismissed. Deliner Raspberry, Rtf. l city. Garry Wayne Giil, cily. John R. Krniz. cily. Mrs. Leonard Reed, Rip. 1 city Hatlie I,-e Gray. Rte. 1. city. i Walls Hospital Oils Chitwood. city. Mrs. Donald Veach! Manila. Mrs. Wilson Boncfiold, Rte 3 city. Mrs. J. H. Slltton and baby, Lux- Mrs. Mack Price, city. ANNOUNCEMENT Calvary Baptist Brotherhood will meet tonight, 7:3(1. at the church. A program has been planned anrt refreshments will be served by tile Women's Missionary Union circle group. Men of other denominations are Invited lo attend. -NOTICE- SUE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE LOCATED AT 310 DOUGAN ST. Now Open For Business We Do All TyiK-s Hcauly Work SATISFACTION GUARANTEED t/ l\l rj oy or Evenings MRS. KELTON FRANCIS Owner and Operator j New f'onlact Lens Developer] | SOUTHBRIDGE. Mass. IUP> — A Nc« Contact Lens Developed i new type of unbreakable plastic | contact lens has gone into produc- j Hon. 'the American Optical Co : announced here. The invisible I spectacle wa.s brought out after a 10-year search [or an improved I lens. le can he worn for six to i eight hours anrt is described ns i "'ore comfortable than previous INDIANAPOLIS i up,_ Aincrinn Child's al her home on Chlckasawbn hi<-li '' snmirt During the games played. Mi.-. 1 ' . John Tyrone won bunco. Mrs Frazior. Imv score ' J" Nebel, high score and Mr.s. G. i'.i The hostess served refreshments « of a dessert course. l iintl Hniiovrnoii, all in O.-. To relieve miseries A* a f* M £* Withoutdoslng.rubon W VA?OBI^ MODERN ARTS STUDIO Announces the Winners of Its 1st Annual BABY CONTEST Age Group ... 6 Wks. to 2'/ 2 Yrs. 1. OONNA F.AVK, <};i t , K l,ler of ,lfr. and Airs. O. A- Downing of E?. R. i, »| y thevi|l e . ,\ r k. 2 ' ^'o^;, dauc:h(er " r i"r. and Jl,- s . Frank Ellis, 021 South Lilly Street. 3 ' ^'V'TJ' d!U| e h lcr of Mr. and Mrs. Lee I'eftv Jr., 2(11 West Kentucky Street. Age Group . . . 2V 2 Yrs. to 5 Yrs. 1. MARTHA JEAX. da ugh I er of ,Mr. and Mrs. Stark Andersnn of HIS Kast Davis Strcel. 2. «OXAU). .s,,n «r Mr. and Mrs. A. E- Lewis, 311 South Lilly Slrccl. 3. CAROL I.[•:,;. daughter of JIf. and Mrs- Frank Ashley, 2nr> Dn K an Street. • SKATING RINK Opening Saturday Nite 7:00 p. m. AIR BASE GYMNASIUM TWO SESSIONS NIGHTLY SATURDAY & SUN. MATINEE J5if Good Floor Good Skates OPERATED BY BILL GODWIN Let Us Put A New ROYAL TYPEWRITER In Your Office! , See for ynur.'flf thai HIP new [ Rn-.a! ispjsirt lonporalr ,ior.« ( t>otlrr work faster \Vr r.r'f. l aurlinji^cri ropre:-rnlali\r- tnr l Mississippi County. Early de[ livery on I94g orders. i ! For Service i ! On R|] mak.'s CR |j j amc , pv~ Phono 2513 WORLD'S NO. 1 TYPEWRITER Samuel F. Norris Printers - Office Outfitters - Srorioners Across From CIl Our Chef Soys Ir . . . You'll Agree! CHiCKEN-N-BASKET Is I lie "tasty" vtnv tn cat fried chicken, hoi rolls and French fries . . . YUM-M-M It's Good! Yes, and you'll enjoy n»r nllicr inimitable Dixieland Taste Thrills. There's nn Ijtalin.sr tlif real master of the kitchen. Our chef knows his stuff. WHERE PEOPLE MEET AND EAT DIXIELAND CAFE North Highway 61 at Holland, Mo. Phone Steele 17F22 LYDJft E. PINKHAM'S SSSWt Cojiliuuous Siiuivs Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTKN TO KLC.V 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Brute Force with Hurt I.unciistrr anil CharlM Blrliforil I'anunount News iind Short Saturday Serial "Brti-k nrmlforrt" No. 7 and Short Conl'd Shoivs Sat. 12:30 to 11:39 l« Monday Mertonof the Movies with Red Skcllon anil Virgin];! O'Brien Paramount News; Also Shorlj Cont. Showing Sun. 1:30 - 11:30 p.m. t*ux OHice Opens li:Jt Slum Starts 6:15 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. t t Si;n. Barsain Night Every Nij-lit Kxccpt Saturtlay .Vti passes honored on Sunday al Koxy Theatre I-asl Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Three Little Girls in Blue wild Jnnp H:iver and Gcnrjffi Monlgomery Crack Up "itll Tut O'Brien A- Cl.ilrc Trevor SATURDAY Spri.il "Hanger of r.Tiia Mounted" No. 1 and Short JOHN PAINE -JUKE HAVER Hake lp And Cont. Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 Fox News and Selected Sburt Local & I.one; Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main Sf. Phones: Day IR77

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