The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 13, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1947 <? • 4 -&OGie4M Emily Wiuoft, 8o^«ty Editor W Phon« 4461 Robinson-Chapman ' Rites Held in Risen Of wide interest in Blythcvlll* ia Hie wedding.of Hits Tobitha Chapman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Huley E. Chapman of Rlson to Harmon N. Roljlpaon of Blylht- fille and Corning, »OH of Mr«. Edwin Robinson, 634 West M«ln El., and the late Mr. Robinson. The double-ring ceremony took place Saturday, Oct. 4, at < o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jennings li R«e<l of R'.son, with tin Rev. George T. Moody officiating. Forming .a setting lor the wadding- party were floor baakela of white aaters and »-hl(e dalay chrysanthemums arranged wUJx green- try and glowing tapers In branch- ad candelabras. Mlu Maxlne Ralcllff ol Rlson presented nuptial music. H«r w lions-Included "Uebesiraum" and "I Lov« Thee Dear." The bride, given In marriage by her father, wort a wedding dr»a or white sntln with a Urht-fUIIng bodice and long sleeves. The full iklrt extended in'o a train and h«r Imported veil ot Illusion fell from a cap of braided Mtln adorntd wilh seed pearls. She carried an orchid showerrd with tuberoses Mrs. Montlne Hobnon of Rliwn was her sister's matron ot honor. She wore an orchid taffela dress with a sweetheart neckline and carried a nosegay of white carna- [ tion*. Barbara Sue Reed, niece of the' bride who served as train bearer, l wore white marqulselte over laf- I fein. ' I Freeman Robinson of Blythevllle • nerved his brother as besl man. | Jiminie Lee Reed, nephew of the ' bride, and Gary Jones, cousin of the bride, bolh of Rlson lighted candles. Following Ihe ceremony, a rf- eepllon was held. The dining roonv table wa« covered with a lace cloth and centered wllh a llerfd wedding calte lopped with mlnla- ture figures of a bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Reed and Mrs. Crnlg Sadler o[ Rlson assisted In serving and Mrs. Jack England of Rlson was In charge of the bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson will make •their home at corning, where he is Vocational Agriculture Instructor. Tile bride was graduated from Risen High school and Mr. Robinson received his Bachelor of . Science degree in agriculture from the University of Arkansas, Fa.v- ettcvllle. He became a member ot Alpha Gamma Hho (rnternlly there He Is a veteran ot five years Army aervlce, Including some time over- Going from Blythevllle for the wedding' were Mr. and Mrs. Tree- re nn RolSInutm, inA MW. ; Ertc WUI',ley. ' ' ' Bride of Blytheville Man Bits of News ML« Tobltha Catheiint Chapman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Huley E. Chapman of Rlwn, became thi bride of Hnrmon N. Roblnnon of Blythe- vllle and Corning, aon of Mri. Edwin Roblnnon of Blylhevllle, In a ceremony at Mlnon ' Martha Blevins Wed Jo Michigan Resident The wedding or MlM Mary Martha Blevlns, daughter, ot the Rev. and Mrs, H. H. Blevlns of Blythevllle, to Vernon Harris of Albion, Mich., was solemnized Saturday night at the home of the bride's parents, 60S South Late. The Rev. Mr. Blevlns, pastor of lake Street Methodist Church, officiated In the presence of the families of the couple. The bride wore an aqua suit .with block accessories. i Mrs. Harris was graduated from Arkansas Slatt, Teachers Collf ft ! at Conway and since then has been teaching. * He U a veteran of four Lesson ,Given 1 At Sorority Meeting A lesson In beauty was given »t Ihe model meeting of Alpha Delia Chapter of BeU Sigma Phi sorority eld Friday al the home of Kill ire Oosnell when Miss Edith Bol- nger, beautician, explained and emonslrftted the steps In giving a ncial. In her demonstration, she gave Mrs. F. E. Utley a facial. "The fthf said, "are cleanf-ing, tlmulatlon, and complexion dress." Explaining that maaaaglng should lever be broken by removal of the lands from the (ace, she added Ihal an upward motion should always be used in cleansing and other make-up slept. Bolllnger told the group that there should be more concen- tradltlon wherever wrinklti appear^d. "Tht special attention should be started where wrinkles are likely to appear tniletd o[ waiting until they do," she pointed out. Giving final make-up pointer*, she said that rouge should be applied toward the ear and that if one lip Is larger than the other, less lipstick ihould M used on the larger. During the business season, plans for the Ritual of JeweU teat for pledges were rnadt and the achievements of Beta Sigma Phi were discussed. Rusheu al the model meeting were Mrs. Maurice Luttrell, Mri. Betty Tidwcll, Mrs. Robert McOrsw. Mrs. Mavis Settlemlre. Mrs. Richard Day, Mrs. Lynn Hughes and Mrs. Richard Becker. Coming Events Social Calendar TUESDAY IA Nueve—MM. Coleman Stevens. Tri-Town-^Mrs. Worth Holder. Club Eight—Mrs. R. B. Stout. Cliarlevolx Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution luncheon, 1 p.m. at Hotel Noble, preceded by Board of Management meeting at 12:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Town and Country—Mrs. Jnnie« B. Clark. Wednesday Bridge Olub—Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard. C and N Birthday club—Mm. C S. Parker, Mrs. Marvin Lane hoa- 111 teases, honoring Mrs. J. A. Payne and Mrs. Phillip Applebaum. THURSDAY Jolly light—Mji. Oroyer Wr«n. ON B—Mra.. ' Thur«Ay'i LU acll Phllllpa, ' .,,- '.;• ; i , Ootette Club—^Mra. Cleo Lanjuton. Mid-Week Club—Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Chapter N of P. E. O. Sisterhood —Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. Farmer England hostesses nt Klrby home. Pathfinders olasn of Fint Methodist Church having party at the church, 7.30 p. m. Mr. and Mri. M. U Stewart and family spent tht weekend In Popular Bluff, Mo Mr. and Mrs'. Mike Yates and family apent the weekend In Rutherford, Tenn., with Mr. Yates father, O. O. Yates, who I* re cuperatlng from a broken hip. Mr. and Mri. Rlley Adams and children have returned after Kpend- Ing Ihe weekend In Jonesboro. ..Misse« Qeraldlne and Marli Woody nt St. Louli were guesU yesterday of Mlw B*u Hall and Mri. H. G. Wickham. C. B. Cobb, ton, Don, and Mri Harry Lewia have returned tram Atlanta, Oa., where the-y attended the football game between Virginia Military Initltuti and Oeorgla Tech, Mr. Cobb's Aon, Jamea Cobb, h on the V. M. I. vanity team. Th« condition of W. W. McNelll who i* a patient at Kennedy Oen- eral Hoipltal, U unchanged today Condition of Mr«. a. C. Cox 16ifl Hearn Bt., who r«cenlly under went a major operation at 8t Mary'a Hoapltal In Cairo. III., talisfiCtory. Mr. Cox, who hi been with her, returned home last night. M!*s Bonnie Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stabler spent the weekend with Mto Cook'* and Mri. Stabler'* parenU, Mr. and Mri. M. E. cook. They are student* at Hendrix College, Conway. Mr. and Mri. T. I. Seay and daughters, Tva, Ruth and Ann, spent the weekend at their cabin | on Lake Norfork, near Mountain Home. Sara child, daughter of Dr. and Mr«. Fred Child, underwent a tonallectomy at thi Walls Hospital Saturday, Her condlllon is satisfactory. Mr. and Mr.s. W. C. Gates and Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison returned Friday night from Norfolk Lake, where they spent a weelc at their cabin. Mr. ruiri Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser and family had as their guests over the weekend her parent*, Mr. and Mr«. E. D. Russell of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Moore Sr., had as their guests yesterday Mis. Blanche Foster and Mra. Damon Headene of Ripley, Tcnn.. and Mrs Bert Yarbro of Hlckman, Ky. Hubert and Fred W«de of Union City, Tenn., were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mri. Robert L. Wade Jr., and family. At The Hospitals BI,YTHEV1I.I,B HOSPlTAtj .drnllled: Kennctli Rlcli, nte. 2, city. C. 8. Dowdy, city. Mrs. Quentln Dunkln, Boothc 'clnt, Tcnn. / Mis.s Mollle Eileche Guard, city. Ru&sell Olll, Dell. Mrs. Haflan Webb, Manila. Dismissed: Mrs. Q. O. Wagsler, Cooler, Mo. Jim Gill. Dell. Mrs. Graham Ellis, city. E. R. Krutz, clly. Mrs. P, E. Coolcy, city. Jesse Taylor, city. Kenneth Collins. Stcclc, Mo. Martin James, Manila. Jerry Watkins, cily. Births: Born 10 Mr. and Mrs. K. \S'. Stromberger, city, a son last night Born to Mr. and Mrs. Woodroxv Cooper, a son, Saturday nip,lit. Born to Mr. and Mis. Billy Underwood, city, a daughter last nlglu WALLS HOSFl'IAI, Dismissed: W. O. Pitts, Luxora, Mary Virginia Waldcn. Haytl, Mo Patricia Evans. Steele. Sara Clilld. city. Thomas Edward Barron, Luxora Mrs. H. M. Huggj and baby, Manil*. Nell MlMll. city. Mrs, Onis Grlssom and baby, Hay U. James Thompson, city. Mrs. William D. Ayerjs, Canith ersvllle. Mo. Mrs. Tom Kelly, file. 1. city. Mrs. Marcelle Clark, Luxora. Mrs. William M, Dcnton and baby, Rte. 3. city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. C. S. Lemons, city. A. M. Gentry, city. MliTHOIMST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: PMvlcta Weaver. Osceola. Mrs. R. W. Tranum, Driver. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Lo\ve, Osceola, a son. Bachelor Governor to Wed Beauty He Selected to Be Miss S. Carolina ELKO, S. O., Oet, 13. (UP) —i South Carolina's war-hero Bover- lor, J. Strom Thurmond, today was making plans to marry tho beauty he named "Miss South Carolina" to represent the state In asl April's Azalea Festival. Mr. jyicl Mrs. Horace J. Croucli announced the eiisuBcment of their daughter, Jean, to Gov. Thurmond liere today. They said the wedding will take place In the executive mansion in Columbia on Nov. 7 nnd will be attended only by the immediate lamtlic;, of the bridal pall'. Miss crouch was graduated from Winthron College at Rock Hill las' June ?.nd a few days later wen 1 to work on the secretarial staff ol rhurmomi's executive department. She resigned her petition on Oet, Tlie beauty contest winner wa» president of her senior cltsc at Winthiop and waa chown to an order composed of the 12 outstanding members of the graduating class. Her name appears In the Who's \Vho In American College! and Universities. She Is a tvit graduate of Williston-Elko High School. The South Carolina governor hat been In public life In the state »lnc« 1923 and Is Hearing his 49th birthday. He began tils career at i schoolteacher after graduation (rom Clemson College, served as county school superintendent In Ed|«field Come along and have somefim C. M. Buck to Speak At D. A. ft. Luncheon C. M. Buck will dlacusi the Co stitutlon tomorrow at a lunch meeting of Cliarlevolx Chapter the Daughters of the Amerli Revolution »t Hotel Noble. Mrs. A. G. Little win be charge of the program »nd h tease* for the occasion will Mrs R. C. ROM, Mlaa Corde Wilh'ite and Mrs. E. B. Woodsoi Th« luncheon will be precee •d by a Board of Manageme meeting at 11:30 o'clock, County, and then was elected sta'j senator ^ FOR MBTM Miicfia^'i NEVER Hfr# nilaCoU Join the happy throng who'r* «n> joying ready-to-serve Corn-Soya for breakfast. Th«« curly, Cflipy golden shredi will makt you aay "mmh". . . and their real nourishment helps you koep on th* go. Get some today. A Uttle Vicka Va-tro-nol In each not-: tril r«M*vM head cold diitrets futfl And If uMd at flrit warning sniffle oil aneeze, Va-tro-nol actually helps U.I •went many colds from developing 1 1k7 HI Follow directions In package Oscto/o Baptists Elect Church School Officers Solly CORN for flavor and Sammy SOYA for body-bulldhg prof t .titfytir THE GREATESTJAMUN Ul of Program on Mexico years In » njf ' service in the Navy and is now a Presented at Meeting dentistry student at K«l«m»7,oo' College, KMarna7XX). Mich. The couple left Immediately following the ceremony for a wedding trip after which they will make their home In Kalnmaroo. Club is Entertained By Mrs. C. C. Bowen OSCBOLA. Oct. 13.—Mr.l. O. O, Bnwen ivas hoste-ss to two tables of club members and one guest. Mr&. 8. L. Qladlsh. when,she entertained Thursday afternoon. Mr«. J. L. Glascoe won tint priic aoid Mrs. Bettye Nelle Btarr sacond. Concluding games, the hostess aen'ed party foods arid iced drink*. Fall flowers, mixed wllh rose* and lilies, were decorations for the oc- culon. * • • Mri. Leslie Kenwright Named Class President Mrs. Lealie Kenwright hM b»»ri elected president of the Young Married Women'* Class of tht Baptist Chapel. Others to Mrve are Mr.s. .John Buchanan, teacher; Mrs. Carl Tate, •Asistant teacher; M'rB. Henry Wertbrook, vice prMldent; Mri. The Intermediate Girli Auxil- «ry of Calvary Baptlit church met yeaterday afternoon at the, church for a circle program. Tiift Jrogram subject waa "Ltta Oo To| Mexico." The acripturt waa given by !>.-] .ores Carter and thoM participal- ng on the program were Jeanette' Michael, 8ue McOhte, B«tty Carter, and Patty oraham Mra. Henry Berry U councilor j for the auxiliary. Lovie Hodga dismiaa«d th« group with prayer. * • • Church ff/ectf Trustee O6CKOLA. Ocl. 13.—George Florida haa been named a trustee ot the First Baptist Church to fill the poult Ion formerly held tor th« lale J. L*n Wllliami. CXber trustees art •. \». CHadMh 'and J. I. McCanU. Civic Calendar MONDAY Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. High School P. T. A.—3 p.m., preceded by Executive Board. 2:30 p.m. City Council—7:30 p.m. American LcRion—R p.m. WEDNESDAY Klwanls Club—13:10 p.m. Central P. T. A.—3 p.m.. preceded by Executive Board. 2:30 p.m. Girl Scout Leaders— S p.m. THURSDAY Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Football—8 p.m. Junior High Paps OfceoJa Eventt MONDAY Wenelyan Guild—7:30 p.m., First Methodist Church. TUESDAY Hotary Club—12:10 noon. Business: and Professional Women -~1 p.m.. First Presbyterian Church. <W»1 JfiliaiiRadori—7 p.m., ^Jrst Baptlil CBurch."',;:-•" ,', , V^D«bor*h?CIaJ«i-7 p.m., Firat Bap- iat'-OhurcJi. v , WEDNESDAY Two-table bridge club—Mrs. J. L. Glascoe. Mfcwco Superintendent* and Principals— «:30 p.m., at grade school. Budget Committee, First Baptist Church — 8:90 p.m. THURSDAY Four-table Club—Mre. O. t. Dean. KiwanU Club — 7 p.m., grade school. FRIDAY Two-table Olub—Mr«. Zeke Pollard. High School Homecoming parade, 4 p.m. Homecoming same — Osceola vs Rector, I p.m. Klwanlans entertain with school dance aflerward. OSCEOLA. Oct. 13. — Names Tirst Baptist Church olllccrs for j the new church year were announc- 1 ed today following their election j yesterday. Charles Hamplon will servo :is ' Sunday School .superintencle:H anrl Harry Minton a.? associate superintendent. Among the 61 Dfi'lCT.s ] and department heads elected were the following; A. F. Glnscoe. gea- \ ernl secretary; I. S. Burton, church ' clnrk; E. P. Bradley, treasurer; Mrs. Gil 'Maston, organist Mrs. J. J. Roberts, Training Union director; Mrs. Jcttle Driver, Woman's Mis- alonary Union president, Between 1939 and 19*7 plastics production multiplied five times In the U. S. The New York Yankees. In 104-1 failed to hit at least 100 home runs for the first time in 20 yc;\rs. Why Are Rectal Troubles Feared? Free Hook—Explains Many ' Associated Conditions Back nche, headache, constipation dizziness, nausea, abdominal soreness, stomach and intestinal conditions are often caused by Piles, Fistula or Colon Troubles. 40-paRc FREE BOOK explains the nature of these ailments. Write today Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite 1012, 926 McGee St., Kansas City, Mo. IN CfcRtAL istinctive J)iamonds Quality Diamondi for ladies and Diamond SoU- gcnttemcn of Distinction, at fairei, •« i/fui- rcasonable prices. trmted, item . .. Convenient Terms Arranged GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE Continuous SKows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 > Show Slarts 2:00 \ LISTEN TO KLCN I 1:00 a.m. 11:45 p.m. 4:30 p.Tr Lwt Time Todar Boom Town with Clark Gable and Spencer Tracy Faramount N<w§ and Shorta C»nUnuou« Showing Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday Farmer's Daughter with Loretia Young and Joseph Gotten Selected Shorts Also Shorta vs. Par»gould. here. THURSDAY Burdette PTA—2:30 p.m. at the FRIDAY Football—S p.m Senior High Chicks vs. Joneviborn, there. Th« trilobiti wa* the mori or ICM avuncular forebear of th« lobster, living 500,000,000 yean «to. Joy* ROM, Mcrvtary ar.d treasurer' Mrs. Oarl Lay, oorrMponding secre tary; and social committee. Mr«. Lovelady and Mrs. AlTln McGregor. The claia ha« been named "Home Makeri." BOOKLET EXPECTANT MOTHERS You are invited M KC«pt without co«t oc obligation a copy of MATERNAL •nd NEWBORN CARE, written by an ouutanding tpecUliM (or expectant mothert on iht fundamentala cf prenatal «nd newborn care. 64 p*ge« of educational icxt with 29 illuMra- 'V.ons, charta »od grapha. A helpful guide for all expectant mothers. CITY DRUG CO. Ed Williami, Druggitr 101 East Main St. BlythtvilU, Ark. At Last It's Here- ITS NEW- It's REVLON'S LASTRON Nail Enamel! Now you can apply nail polish with rh« technique of an artist—and with such «asi and rapidity that "doing your nailt" it fun. Lastron Lives Up to It's Name for Staying Power. Try It Today only 60< ROTHROCK DRUG STORE N«w Phone 4451 205 W. Main St. Dixie Cream Donuf Shop GROWING WITH BLYTHEVILLE Visit Us In Our New Location- 211 South 1st Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Starts 6:45 Openi Sunday 1:04; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No paasea honored on Sunday all (he Rosy TONIGHT Brother talks to Horses with "Butch" Jenkins and Peter I.awford Fox News and Selected Short Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE ATOM KHM mKU JAPAN1 For Your Meal Time Enjoyment We Now Bake: • SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN BY PHONE DAY OR NIGHT ON ALL LINES Dixie Fried Pies Pixie Homemade Pies Dixie Specialties For Mealtime Favor - Phone Your Order Now Coming to th« GEM THEATRE •Sat. and Sun. Oct. 1J-12 Blyttuvillt, Ark. Law Comes to Gunsight wtth Johnny Mack Brown 0«t'4 Showa Sat. U:3» to U:3« CM«|BI»M Bbtw San. 1-|!>-11:H AdmlMion Adnlta 25c, Tax Incl. Children 9c

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