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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 2, 1948
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BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAHCH J, 1948 t Sociztu, A/eutA 9 Phone 4461 Miu France* Field Is 'Bride Of Bob Finklea Miss Crafton I« Wed To George Workman Jr. ha biide of Oeoree Workman Jr., I son of Mr. and Mrs. George Work- Church, l:.-.riiniH!j. Miss, with liie Rev. M. C. Whltton irastor offlc- iatiriR. The bride wore » »lill« wool crfp« frock with brown Rrrrssorlp.s and pinned a cors.iRe of red carnations Mr. «nd Mr«. J. J. Field today an- nouno* the marrltge of their d»ugh- ter, UlM !*r»ncw Field, to Bob Kinkl«», ion of th« Isle Mrs. Tern T. Turner of LI I bourn, Mo. Th« wedding WM solemnized Feb. M »t Hernando, Miss., by the Methodist minister there. Their only attendants vtrt Miss Lynn Burcli of Memphis and Rube Carson ol Blytlievllle. The bride wore an ash blue woolen suit with black accessories. . Mr«, Finltlea Is a graduate of Blythevilte High School where slie partlclpnted in extracurriculu ac- tivltles. She now Is attending 1 with brown accessories and Draushons Business College In i SRJC ot white camnttonr,. Memphis. Mr. Fin'Klea graduated from Bly- thevllle High School »nd is * veteran of two years service ta the Army. He ntle"ded University of Arkansas in Fayettevllle and is now employeri In Memphis, where the couple will make their home. Mrt, Ellis Entertains G. E. 0. Club, Guest Mrs. J. C. Kills Jr., wn« hoetess «t her nurfield home last tilBht tn members of O. E. O, Bridge Club and one guest, Mrs. W. H. O'Keele. During the bridge games plnyed man. In n ceremony «ok-niiu/.ed last Mrs. Ray Whltttugton won high night at Ihe Hcrnando Baptist and Miss Vera Goodrich, brliigo. The Easier niolil wa.s carried out In the decorations with the favors being miniature, baskets filled with Miss Helen Crafton of Blytheville, daughter of Mr. »nd Mi's. Lloyd Craf'.on of Gideon. Mo. bccninc Miss Betty Foster was ' honor. She chose a blue Miss Flagg Is Engaged To Edward Calvin Stiles Mr. and Mrs. KrneM FlagR today announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Viiian Flapp to Edward Cfitvin Stiles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wildie L. Stiles. The wedding will be solemnized flttnday, March 7. Miss Flagg was graduated from Blytheville High School where she participated !n tchool ictivlUes. She b employed at the Eagle School of Beauty Culture. | Mr. Stiles graduated from Blythe-' ^ille High School anrt served throe jrcars In the United States Navy. He Is now connected with the Farmers Bank and Trust Company in the bookkeeping department. Baptist W. M. U. Meets At Church For Program The Women'* Missionary Union ot the Ptrst Baptist Church mol yesterday ulternoon at the church lor their monthly meeting to observe Its annual "Season of Prayer for Home Miulons". Mn. I. B. Woodson, chairman ol Circle Four, was In charge of the program. The devotional on the anbject of the "Inevitable Price", was given by Miss Hiucl Br&ntion, cducftiional secretary ot the church followed by a. prayer given by Mrs. X. F, Blomeyer, on "Mission Wory." A. !Hm on th« "Romance of \ Century" was,shown representing 100 y*ar« of Southern Baptist growth. The Rev. E. C. Brown offered the closing prayer, Following the program, a fellowship program was held and refreshments were served. Baptist Girls Auxiliary Has Meeting At Church ; A Joint meeting of the Intermediate and Junior Girls Auxiliary o[ J D. Tate served fl.s best man. Mrs. Wur.unati was graduated !rom Gideon High School and Is j now completing her turning a& a • nurse at- the BlythevLHe Hospital. Mr. Workman finished BlytheviJIc High School and served four years in the U nil eel Staler MnvLuf. Corps. Tie has re-enlisled in (he Marine Corps and will lefive March 21 for Hawthorne. Nev , where he will be sUtloiml. Mr&. Workman will join nuts. The dining room table held I novel centerpiece of a large Easier | basket filled u'Hh eggs and candlea, i flanked by miniature liihhlu*. maid nf| A dessert course with hot coffee '.'ool suit : wft,i nerved, ror- 't Three Blytheville Art Students Win In State Contest Thrco Blythevlll* High Scliool .-.tudenis who entered Hie contfst of Scholastic Art .%ponno/ed by the M. M. Cohn Co. of Little Rock w«r« notified tod»y th»t their entrien had been Judged worthy of » regional or .11 ate award. Miss Dorothy Lum entered th< art division on lashions anri K\'erett B. Gee Jr. entry in the photographic contest. Thin l« the year for both of these »tudcnUi to ent«r UtU contest. Chnrlcs McDanlel. who entered last year and received the Carnegie Pin won nfjaln this year In the arts division lor fashion, pottery pieces New Jewels for Old anri will receive which will go with his him there later where thty make their home temporarily. will Bits of News Mr. anrt Mrs, Russell Cn.m.ibell and family will move tomorrow to Mrs. Juanita Barr Weds In Morning Ceremony Mrs. Juanita Barr o! Kauknkee, III., and formerly of Blyiheville became the bride of Axel Jensen also of Kanltfllcee, in a ceremony sol- emnlted Monday morning, 10:30 o'clock at the First Presbyterian Church here with the Rev. Harvey T. Kidd oflicifttnlg, Floov bushels of while gladioli against a background of greeneo 1 and ferns formed a beautiful set- ling for the wedding parly. A program of nuptial music wa* presented by Miss Ann Decn, organist, and jRmen M. Roy. vocal 1st. His selection* Included, "I Love You Truly" and "Because", The bride, given In marriage by Marcus Evrard, wore a cinnamon colored gaberdine Milt. She pinned sit her shoulder, n corsage of white carnations. Miss Sylvia Schoenweller, also of Kanfcakee. wan her only attendant. Her frock of blue gaberdine was complemented with a shoulder corsage of white carnations. Max B. Reid .served Mr. Jensen as best man. Immediately following the ccre- motiy, a wedding breakfast for members of the bridal party mid other friends was held in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Place cards carrying out. the wedding motif marked each place at trie breakfast table, which was centered with an attractive arrangement of white gladioli. The couple lef^ for a wcddinff trip before returning to Kankakee, 11), to make their home. Mrs. Jensen made her home In j Blytheville in 1M6 where she was secretary of the former firm of 1 Reid, Evrard and Roy. and oil Ihe pin. These pnltie.'j are now entitled to compel* In the final Nation.*! Scholastic Art Aunrris for »10.0CO ill cash . 1 : and art scliolai'.shiji.s held an- nualy at Carnegie In.stitute, Pitts- burs. Pa. The works ol the 100 studenls, >o enter, of Arkansas junlon and senior high schools will be on display in Little Hock until March 13. and th« winners will receive a gold achievement key and certificate of merit. I he liomc they purchased recently from Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn on the Armorel Road. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd V. wise, Lloyd W. Wise and Mr.s. Clnrcncc S. Webb returned last nit:hi from St. ixiuls atid Chicago wlicrc they had -spent jevcrAl days. Mrs. Lloyd \v. Wise and daughter, J til In Palricia, re- innlned iu St. Louhs, where they will vlult wlthi hfr parents. Mrs. W. W. McNcill left tills mornlnjt lor Rulevitle ^ud Jackson. Miss., where slie wiU visit her si.s- tcr, Mrs. Carrie Dyer and othur i relative*. Her nipcc. Mrs. C. H. Dor- •oifpli of RuleviJIc, motored here for her. Mr. a ad Mrs. Eslex Ashley and daughter, Ella Sue of Morrillon, Ark,, have returned lo thcit home nfier spendit^ several days here and In Cottonwood Point with rcl- atlve». Condition of Mrs. John R, Wall •)! artagcville. Mo., Tonnerly ot Blytheville who underwent R minor operation Saturday morning nt the Memphis Baptist Hospital, is satisfactory. Mr. Wall accompanied h«r there. Mrs. Wall Is the former Miss Kathleen Ashley. Lou StrasberK ol MnrinnnB. is visiting his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. SRIIT Florman. Coming Events U'rrtnesdmy Town »nd Country Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Cleo Lstng.ston. Avalon Bunco Club meeting at tile home ol Mrs. Fred Duvis. Wednesday Bridge Cinh being en- tcrtnincd nt the home of Mrs. BflK- cr Wihon. Thursday Jaycecles Meeting at 7:30 p. m Jolly Eight Club member* bcin? entertained at the home of Mr*. Ulcharrt Pi'tch^rrt. Mid-Week Club being entertalii- • cd at the home of Mrs. A. Conwsy. Club Eight members mee'.- g at the home o! Mrs. OUo * Fritnd mMSMtging prtpf- ntion helps brief eise mil comfoit to txpecttnt mothers. OTJTXn' pre parre Bn . el emollient, Is useful In comUilonji where a hland, nilltl anodyno mossau'C rnccltuni In ftXln Juhrlratlon !a rip^lrrd. OHB condltlou In, •which women (or more trmn 70 yearn have UJfid It, Is • ii application for massaging the hod/ durliie pregnancy.., Jt- htln.s Xoep tha skin toll and pU&bla, . . thus Bvoldlu? on^ccstary illaconifort due to rfjyim» iirt tlBhinets. It-rtlieshts and tonrs ihe - kin. An ideal mastiftyaapplicatJon lor tha I mmib, llngllnB or burning eenaations of the hkln .. .for the tire." ' • or crninp-llke palm absorbed. Delightful . - back muscles In (ho Jegi. Qiilckl/ Jl to use. Highly praised hr u*era. many doctor* and iiurECs. Millions of bottle* mold, Ju*t ajii any druggist lor Mother'* Friend—tha *kln «molll«nt and lubricant. Do try It. Outmoded trinket, ralhered t.relher by the >oun K w«»... above <•».. he put back ... •<"•.«».» » few novel tricks. Inset top left, a pearl necklace thai is misslns Uvo strands sU K e 5 a comeback whrn «r»l>P/d wllh Hack v.lvel ribbon which is tied ,1 the b,,-k nt the neck. Tre^ured emblem, mak" »J Impressive .*li»l.y when »ld ( r<4 I. l»P «» »!•!'> compacl. Inset top rlthl. Mrs. Cleo Lanitslon entertalnii'.e members of the octette Club. Thursday Contract Club members being entertained by Mrs. P. D. Poster. Friendly Eight Club meeting it the home of Mrs. Otho Stantield. The Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will have'it's quarterly luncheon at iV church, Friday. 12 noon. Friday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at the home of Mrs. Rudolph Vrska at 2;3G p. m. C. B. C. Club members meeting meethiK at the home of Mrs. Paul Jewelry-salvaging tricks Lo give old or broken down pieces a new style whirl can ne a profitable activity for a clever girl. Guidance comes from jewelry experts who [ell you how to bring outmoded jewelry up o dale; how lo put dilapidated sparklers back into service. Want to know how to save pearl necklaces with broken - down strands? The expert way Is to cut i >5 twin clips to nail' out the pearl-spilling strings. Yp.ur j down to a drew. The necklace won't look a;.y less pretrty lor the pruning it, alter you clasp it on. you'll wind a narrow black velvet ribbon over and under the pearls. The spiralling ribbon may i be tied In a tiny bow at the buck of your neck. Single-string necklace» which members and two counselors present, j Thp subject for the program was. "Head. Heart and Message of Home Missions". Ernestine Holt, Beverly Jones and Marjorie Daughterey took part on this program. Millie Ann Mallory presented several musical selections after which the Annie Armstrong offering for Home Missions was taken. following the meeting, a social hour was held and refreshments were furnished by the Women's Missionary Society. Executive Board Meets At Presbyterian Church The,Executive Board of the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian Church met ye.sterday iBusiness Meeting Is Held gy Methodist W S C S Mrs. Preston Alley of Sikeslon, t Mo., is here with her mother Mrs, R, B. Caudle, who Is ill nt her home on North First St. Carol Blackemore Jr., snn of Mr. anrt Mrs. C. F. Blftkemorc, Is confined to his home with measles. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leonard Smith have returned home from Memphis Her attending funeral service* yes- erctay for Mrs. Smith's brother, C. . Btankenshlp there. Miss Cnrrol Lee Anderson mid Gordon Bull ing ion. slurtentfl at Ha ret ing College. Searcy, were the KuesUs Sunday of Miss Jane SheHoti Mliw Shelton formerly atlei^ded larding College. Mrs, W. S. Hurt of Memphis, has arrived to .spenci several days licre with Mrs. W. L, Smith. R. K. Black- wen, Johnson Blnckvell, and other friends. The Women's Society ol Christian Service of Hie. First Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for * business meeting. The devotional, Riven by Mrs. I K. Old, was on "Thoughts on Easter." with the text being taken from Matthew. During the business session, presided over by Mrs. G. W. Pyles. president. the firoup voted tn send a contribution to the Earl Chambers Memorial Library at Boonevlllc one also send a contribution to thi Methodist Hospital fund. Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., gave a re port on the "Well Child Clinic. which the church will sponsor in March and Mrs. W. A. Aftlick was appointed to act as secretary of Christian Social IMallons and local Social Calendar American Legion Auxiliary— 8:00 p.m. American Legion — 8:00 p.m. Wednesday . Klwanls Club— 12:10 p.m. Thurndav Rotary Club — 12:10 p.m. . 4 . - - ^..n.niu.i kjuvllll IH-lrtlluua HUU IDl:HL ternoon at the c h u rch at 2:30 p.,,,. • ch urch activities to take the place M£ H,rvnS T i-iHrf" 5 flf" ¥ "' Mrs ' R ' "' Kirb V' who resigned. i'/V"", "1 J,K 1 d ?" d ^"' C ' Delegates appointed to attend the Al The Hospitals . Blylhevlllf Hospital Dismissed: J. N. Cole. Qulin, Mo. Mason Day. city. Mrs. J. j. Ledbctter. ri(y. Mrs. t. j. tiledsoe and baby. Dell. Wnlls Hospital Bonnie Jean Reeves. Luxora. Danny Stallion, stccle. Mo. Mrs. J. D. Smith, city. Charles Turnage. city. Mrs. Walter Klinkharl and baby, Cnruthersvillc. Mo. Mrs. D&rrcl! Lambert and baby Sleele. Mo. W. B. Neelcy. Ar'morel. Mrs. Donald Vcactl. Manila. Mrs. W. H. Vandergriff and baby Luxora. Osceola Events Tuesilay Club « meeting at the home of Mrs. Emmitt Dunn at T.OO p.m. Wednesday Chapter O. P.E.O. Sisterhood meeting at tne home of Mrs. Jaolc Utzelle. at 1:00 p.m. Club 47 meeting al the home of Mrs. Ed Simmons at 2:00 p.m. Thursday Kivranis Club meeting «t the Elementary School at 7:00 p.m. Philalhea Class of the First Baptist Church meeting at the church at 7:00 p.m. Club 17 meeting with MIS.S June Welborn at 7:30 p.m. Friday Basketball game at the high school at 8:0o p.m. have spilled their pearls and lost their clisps can be put back on your neck without the expense and trouble of having them re-strung. Simply sew tiny black velvet ribbon tie-oils to the knotted ends of the cord pearls are strung on. What can you do with all o! those single earrings which have lost their mates? Experts suggest pairing off odd earrings and using a necklace spectacular dazzlers from your pile of odd earrings can be pnt to another use. Have your jeweler remove the backs and solder them on to the lid of R plain compact. There's another way lo turn a plain compact Into a collector's item, if you have treasured em- blems which you don't wear. You can have these atripperi of their pins or buttons and have tile em blcrns soldered to the compact. A dnteri wrist \vatch Is an item worth salvaging. Exix-rts suggest havin the u'nteli removed from its old selling and mounted on a '.vide sold bracelet of modern vintage. RHEUMATIC ACHES-PAINS . M. Gray conducted the business mectinp at which time plans wcrr marie for bringing the year's work to a cltvse and also to arrange a training school for the now officers who will be installed In April. Si. Slenhcns Auxiliary Mcels With Mrs. Buck St. Stephens Episcopal Auxiliary met laM. night at the home of Mrs. C. M. Buck at 8 o'clock. Mrs. O. O. Hardiuvay. president ol the Auxiliary, was in charge of the brief business meeting. . FoKoumR the business meeting, the hostess served a dessert course vith coffre. ppointed to attend annual W. S. C. in West Memphis in March are Mrs. Pyles and Mrs. James Hill Jr. Al- icrnatos appoln'rrl are Mrs. W. R. Campbell and Mrs. Old. Meetings Miss Frances Odum Is :\Vcd To Bobby K. Bivins Mr. a:iri Mrs. Howard Hirr- 5 lo- riav announce the marriage of ;hr*ir riaiiBhler. Miss Frances Louise Od'.mi lo Bobby K Blvins, sou ot L- O. King of Memphis. •Tlie wedding was sloemnited Feb. 23 at the home of the Rev. ,j. M. PeiKlerprass in Oscvnla. Thp briric wnre an aoiia ..v The Ralnbo'A CilrU will meel tonic lit. 7 o'clock, at the Masonic Hall (nr tile rt-^ular bi.],sinr!=.s niertn^. drrss v.uii hro'Aii r\rcrs!.orirs. Mr. and Mrs. Blvin.s ^'il! iniik" 1 thru hnmo In Bly,t)irviUr \vhcr- 1 'nr is coiiii-'ded with the M. S. Carrnl Con^iruc'ion Co. Miss Borowsfcy Pledget Delia Sigma Sorority MANILA. Ark., Mar. 2—Miss Bel:•; Borons'tty was one of 21 studen's at Stephens College, Columbia. Mo. chasen tor membership recently '.n Delta Sigma, honorary science sorority. Miss Boro«-.iky. who is a senior at Stephens College, is a member of Zeia Phi Delta, social sorority. She is the. baugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Mnx Borowsky of Manila. Baptist Training Union ' To Meet in Manila Church ' MAN'ILA, Ark.. March 2.—The Mississippi County Associational Training Union of Baptist Church will be held Thursday night. 7:30, at the First Baptist Church In Manila. The program will consist of & 15 minute sons service under the direction of the Rev. P. H. Jernlgan. pastor ol the Calvary Baptist Church In BlythevDle and the devotional will be given by Jim England, also of Blytheville. A ronnd table discussion of all conferences will be led by the following: Jim Allen, adults; R. P. Kennedy, young peo- ; pie; Mrs. Reven Creecy. interme- ' diatc; Mrs. Bob Harris, juniors and Mrs. Doyle White, story hour. ! Special music will be presented by the Manila Baptist Training Union after which the Rev. William i Smith of Monctte will present K message. The awarding of the attendance nnd efficiency banner lo the group having the largest at- tend»nce will be made. | M/ssco Medical Society To Hear Two Specialists '• The Mississippi County Medical Society will hold Its monthly dinner- meeting here at 7:15 tomorrow night In the Hotel Noble, it was announced today by Dr. p. E. Utley of Blythpville, secretary. Dr. R. H. Anthony and Dr. D. F. Fisher, car, nose and throat specialists of Memphis, will be the principal speakers during the program. Benefit Dessert Bridge Al The Blytheville Woman's Club Tickets $1.00 2 p, m. Saturday, March 13 For Reservations Sec or Call Mrs. W. D. Cohb, 1'lione 822 Continuous Slfj Every Day Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTKN TO KLCN 8:1)0 a.m. 1^:45 p.m. 4:31) p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday io TO.J:::.- nru» r.rVrsEv • « ^'.B^t Selected Short Subjects . Continuous Showing Everyday Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, March 3, 8:30 p. m. at the LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds Will Go For Building School in Blytheville Admission $1,00 Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church ANNOUNCfMENT Alpha Alpha Chapter of Sigma Phi will mpft tonight !n the chib- room ;U 7:30 o'clock. \Hell give the folks a treat You gel o rotghly toity ond pleosont surpnse when you dip into o bowlful of Corn-Soya. ll'i tritp. light, ddiciom . . . bringi you proleini, viiamini, ond min- erolj, loo. Gel i»me today. Forestry Not Tost Art MINNEAPOLIS (UPi— Students nt the University of Minnesota annually hold Foresters' Day festivities at which they demonstrate their skill in log-bucking, tree Telling and knife and axe throwing. Garb includes red flannels, heavy plain shorts and a beard. What To Do For That Sluggish, Down-and-Out Feeling b«r «i« time wheu jou could *»t horst. bubbled-OTer with *nerffy, felt h.ppr M « l>rk J WM It not »«»"» TOU IlkW to ml-dldn't know wh»t In- w»«. rtit strong M »n »»'*« nc« (he • old .tottMb width. ni!ln« blood" n«*<J h'lp. Now 50 mny »8»l"i rel""- -rftTMnt entiu to every muncl*. nbre, cell. Every day— every hour—millions or •my red b.ood-c?lls must pour tortn trom t»« m»rrow of jour bont» < tfcos* tlx»t w« wora-out. A 1. MODESS HEGULA.R in tho. blur oo.t. Ideal fnr avoraRO needs. Th« tint most women use. J. MODESi JUNIOR in Iho, grern bm. SlifthUy narrower for who find n xinaltcr nnpliin more comforlabln. 3. MODESS SUPER in tlio nrrhirl bnjc. Kor women who nwci nbnvR-avtrrnKR protection. All SIZES NOW ON SAIE AT YOUR FAVORITE STO« ^,~: 'M >P9«lVi. uadvnlfkt rnrrrr & run-down condition, lack OC rexl«unc* to Infection and dtau*. To Ml re»l rtllcf you tnurt kMp..iip itrennlb.Mefllwl '" • --- — a- ---- 4 . U du« to thi- blOCXl , Uon»l «ncml« Thlj U du« to i- Tonic formulB »'h!ch contains »pecl» ind rotent ncllviiUnE Ingredient* Also SS3 Tonic helps you «n)OT t food you f«l oy Increulrc th« IM« £p»t*T. ju!« wh«n K *• "O"-* rilll loo little or «c»nlj— thu« th« ite icH wm h.v« llttl. MUK to jet >»l» wUh f". WO.I W4 HT» OB '"ro^w'.ltl EnerglM Tour body with rich Tl<J-blood autt on SS3 Tonic now VJ vSoroul blood surges Ihroughovit AS M&IJI*™H ___ ^ _ .. .,,-.-__ « nr < Ulllce OIILIIS li:3U Slion Starts G:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Kxcept Saturday No passes honored on Sunday a Roxy Theatre- Tuesday Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE Get your ear stt tor wonderful days ahead li's time to rid your car of wintcr-weartn«M ami restore it (o clean, responsive running condition. Then the first nice Spring day (hut comes along . . . you'll he sel lo hop in anrl go ... set to gel the most in comfort and pleasure from your tar. 'SECOND . CHANCE Fradvtid by \ MNiN ' Pick-up and Delivery Service Phone 519 belt* Build sturdy Mwltb. LEE MOTOR SALES CMC TRUCKS — OLDSMOBILE 307 East Main Street PIANOS N«w and Uied Music Instruments Repairs & Supplies Sheet Music Records Hadio Repairs BROOKS ' MUSIC STORE 107 K. Main Plume 811

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