The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 30, 1946 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 30, 1946
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f*6« TWO BLYTHEVlLLE (ARK.) COUUIBH NEWS PrM^Shciyer Wedding Sbletrihized Afternoon Ai Honne -.—, u—,.-«^ of.MlM Margaret LeKhaan-'Shawr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, William W&lts shaver, and-Joseph Peebles Pude Jr., ton o£">Mr. »nd'Mrs. i Joseph Peebles Pride,'i-as'solemnlied Saturday afternoon, at the home of the bride's parents We Rev, R S^ott Balrd, pastor of First Christian Church, aslecd the rows for the double nng service^ aj,, 3 o.'elock, befoie a small Bt»m>vaf 'memlieis' of the immediate families and some of'the most intimate filends of the bridal couple •The large living room had been effectively decorated a s a church With the ceremony performed' be- f»re a setting of Carolina hemlock entwined with mountain laurel, jdeamlng while tapers In wrought iton, candelabra nnd white gladioli Ift flpor .baskets. ! The same effective garlands of t|ie greenery decorated the fire- Ijncr. intinlel, featuj-ed with n low ifrangemejf^pf^yhlle cliry«annie- •sums, flanked With" tapers in UranchedVcandeiarjrn and Hie pi- ajio, at'i'llve... opposite side, of ihe room, was similarly decoratc'd.' ' A program of piano music, p'lay- «i by Mrs/ J. Wilson Henry, ln- (Juded '-'Prayer" by Beethoven, for the prelude and Bond's "I Love You Truly" during the service, while the ••Bjrldal'.ghorus." from ."Lohengrin" Heralded ihe {redding party and Mendelssohn's. "Bridal Chor- HV, was played as Ihe ceremony was concluded. Mrs. Henry wore a suit of rose wool with a corsage of l-lue .Dutch Iris. .The: tapers were .lighted by Mrs. J. Kavanaugli Francis of Tusca- !«osa, Ma., who wore a two piece Jock of black with a corsage of white carnations. J.Mrs. Cdeii Sanders of " Green- ^•ood, Miss., served the bride as lrock°o ° f honor ' Her.two piece rtjed with gold nallheads and* a lint ing Plumes, 'completed The cSt^me". rpses " corsase or salmon pink ™ bride, given In marriage by ', es gabardine iult, of original , was fashioned B\ong soft ^« *«^the full sleeve, "loosed *tween the elbow and wrist. The' I uf f cre ?, 6 blouse *' as lrim ^«i J'"]. fagoting and the'grey felt ' fae l i "7 s W«**A with studded with gold e pearls, a gift of the • and a corsage o', pur- - at. her shoulder br th °° m wns aUen ded by k,i "r~in-iQw, Clifford Coun-, rrian. •fl^L^f, rtecepll °n »hi ch follow-H, the -guests were served wedding 3Ke nnri nVior««n™«- _ - . _ . ft room table. t' nr »° rlC cloth covered table for Us. centerpiece, tapers in "..^ ndl6 .. Alders,, iithlhrals Dancing Party Given By Younger Group The formal dancing frocks worn by the 12 and 13-yejir-pld hostesses Ridny night made an effective picture as they received with their •lareius for a party at The Hut. Hostesses were Betsy Bell, laughter of Mrs. Margarci Ma- liau Bell; Martha Nichols, dau^h- ;er of Mr. and.Mrs. Ralph Nbhols; Lj'da CriUenden; dnughler or Mr. and Mrs. Ma.vvln Crittenclcn, and Sally Trlesehmann, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. Joe G. Trlesehmann. The 80 guests enjoyed dancing In the ball room, which had holiday decorations featured by a Chrlst- •nas tree and the fireplace mantel >anked with greenery. Cookies and beverages were served •. throughout the evening lo tho guests who Included Ann Stickler of Jonesboro. housegiicst of Mr nnd Mrs. William Young. Club 28 Plans Dance For New Year's Eve One of ihe largest affairs i>!nn- ned for celebration of the'r^w. Year tomorrow night w m |» the annual 1 dance given by club 28 for Ihl.s occasion. As Is tho. custom, this dnnce will be at Hotel Noble with officers and their wives as host.s and hostesses. These me: James Terry, prest- tlcnt. and Edgar Borum, secretary nnd treasurer The affair l s to be from 10 until 2 o'clock. Local People Attend Caruthersvilte Wedding Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunlv ivfj., Harinan Taylor nnd jiirs f ^ r Borum attended the wirtdiu" Friday afternoon in Carutnersvllle Mo,, of. Miss Ethel Wayiv.- Dent' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. li.'c.' The .wedding, brilliantly soipmn- , ; cd at | First PresbyterLm cluircti there nt 4:33 o'clock, wns folbwetl by a. reception at the home of the brides parents. . Included in the guests also worn a number of tho bridegroom's rcia- tlyes from Nashville. V? M'ec . a iWjeUdhig '. trip to I>altn Springs, Fla., 'Mr. and Mrs. S:hill- Inglaw will reside In Nn!>hvli:c wlierc he Is an investment biokbr and where the bride Is a member of the Ward-BelmoiU .School faculty. The bride, formerly of aiyiln; yllle, has resided In CitruUicravlllo several. years. After receiving her Master's degree at Vnndcrbin Nashrtlle, last year, she Us-:nm» a member of Ihe Wurd-Belmont facility. "'anged on the table artd T A.. i I ri ~ "— J . wedding cake and 1°. Attend LeS Passes , Dance New Year's Eve The annual Pawes cabaret dnncc, to be given tomorrow night nt Hotel Peabody, Memphis, will be Al The Hospital* lilylhcvlIlL- "tlmitted; W. V. Thompson, city. Mrs.,EvoroU Ferguson, city J. w. Whitworth. city. J. H. Henderson, Dell. Clarence Howard, city. Dismissed: Car] Duncan, city. Mrs. Jackson Purr and baby, city. Mrs. J. w. Ynrcroiigh, Gibson, Mo Elzle Diniran, city. Mrs. aeurgc Johnson Jr., Arino- rel. Jim Berry Hardln! Iflekmnn ISeiul Hill Hardlni!, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: J. fl. Grogon, Holland, Mo. F.-ancls Sides, Hayti, Mo. Edward Keener. Dell. Jackie Halsttad, city. Patrlcln Ann Tindcll, Porlngcvillc, Mo. John Rogers, city. Mrs. W. M. Cavlness, Dell. Mrs. Quliilon Harris. Arniorel. Dismissed: C. O. Webb. city. C. 11. l/jwls, Stcele, Mo. 13. W. Miller., Drll. Mrs. Carl Brooks and bnby, city. Wlhna Jean Ashmore, city. Mrs. Oslo Smith and baby, city. • 'Mrs. Otis C'lianncll and ba'oy, 'Holland, Mo. Boniiie Lou Kheppunl, Keiser. Mrs, H. K. 'Lintt. cltv. Memphis B.ilillst Hosnllal Aclmitled: M'-, Adu .'."^ nons, joinei'. Mrs. B. B. Moore. Manila. Mrs. W. A. Doi<7ns, city. I Mrs. Louise Castles. Caruthersville, MD. Mem|ih!s McDindlst Hii<,pltal Achnltled: Ciiarline Garner, Osceola. j Joe C^ossner, CarDthcr.sville. Mo. Mtnn.'lils St. Joseph Jlcspltal Admitted: Mrs. Charles S. Standcfi-r, O.-,::e- ola. table brides mother wore a frock ntr >,-^J._ - -. - L ; " . ' "^ Oscepfa Kiwanis Club Reviews 7946 Activities Activities of the Osceola Kiwanis Club (luring 1916 were reviewed at the dinner meeting held recently when wives of members were special (juest-s. Members expressed their a]'jircclation of Ihe work of the club president, E. p. Bradley. One ol the club's major-activities during the year was sponsorship of a rtrlvn which resulted In raising approximately $5COO for the purchase of playground equipment for the Grade School. The club also co-operated with other civic organizations In nrovlrt- ing two supervised playgrounds used liming the Summer, am! as sisted Mn the .'bixsrd.Uori-Vof i trio swimming pool. Corninj? Evenii THURSDAY Mrs. Neville Blnkcmoio entertaining Jolly Eight club home. Mrs. Rodney L. Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Louis Miner enlcrtnlnliii! GNB club. FRIDAY norcaa Sunday School cliiss First Bnptlst Church, meethv at church 2:30 p. m.. for sucin' inpct- ing. Cliapter N, I'. E. O. meeting with Mrs. ^. M. Smart. 2 p.m. by Ph,n, ps wid otrie i»g to Marianna where lie *wl" «t- tq business {pr ft shp - r "{ ^ hx . Uve temporaiTiy in le ^fn -*! 1 " 6 he ls att «n1'ng to ^engineering business.there oat of .!. with . i Included l n lri e gi aiaver's sister, Mrs. £?"- and Mr. Thompson, of ManlK 4.«M/ Citizenship Award Are Selected I Mrs. Hamilton will be escorted j by Willltiin Condon i-f!s and Mrs. Phillips by Lieut. Conidr. Charles R. Hassan of Cincinnati and Memphis Naval StntSoii. > Mrs ' yllle High School selecte<l for Ihe Good Citlzensliip competition, sponsored by the chn'rlevolx Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. Name of Mnry Lou Joyner wns not properly listed in Snutrday's issue of Courier News. Girls selected jvere Vannye Whitley, who received the award; Mnry ton Joyner. Laura Swain, Julia Ann woodson, Ruth Seay. Joan i NEW : BEAUTY : FORYOIJ! ! f ; Tlierc's no reason wiiy' you ; can't have that "peaches ; ind cream • appearance. J Why hot try one of oui- J famous Li.aer facials tlits • w«k . . they're tba key > to nc» betuty for you! There's Ilcauly for You .i| HEAUTY CLINIC 1st Nat'l. Bank IJIrtg. I'honp VJ7I /* Will Pay You to See W« FiMture LUZIER COSMITICS The Beauty Clinic »»N«'l.|^, iM ,. Ph.i«ii74 Jack W. Powell Insurance Counsellor Mississippi County No "Intenlion". without "nciloii", will provide for your family wucn you die. Office—21 LyneTi IJldg. t'honc 3702 Residence Phone 3804 Post Office Box fiOt Illythevillc, Ark. NATIONAL-LIFE ' Masonic Groups Hold Joint Installation Service ,, 0f . ( i- els , of Chlcxasaw Lodg« of the Masonic Order took office Friday iilglil nt ;i Joint installation will) officers of the Order or the Kiistem Star In the Masonic Hall . Instiillcd to serve Tor 1947 were MII.X Paiks, worshipful master- E R. Jackson, sc-nlcr wiirden- YVilimiii nerryman. j-jnlor warden; Max l,o- Ban, treasurer; U K. IMaylock scc- icaury; Paul P. King, senior deacon- W. o. Colston, Junior deacon- Percy A. Wiiyht. chnplaln; \v. D Cro-ker senior muster of ceremonies; Ru- pf-rt Crafto)!, Junior nmsler of cere monies. I'Mor to the insinuation ceremonies, open u> the public, Ecuterri •Star incmbsrs served a turkey dln- Baslcm star offkcrs, Installed by Mrs. Cnarles Alford as installing ofllcor, Mrs, Marvin Crlttcndco in. stalling marshal, and Mrs. j • rj Smith, clitijilnln, were as follows: Mrs. J. w. Adams, worthy matron; J. I). Smith, woriliy patron; Mrs. W. D. Ccbb, associate tnptron; Wilbur Wahl, associate putron; Mrs. J. D. Hmilh, secretary; Mrs. Gils Kbcrdl. treasurer; Mrs. Victor Slil- well, ooniltielre.y;; Mrs. lOtl Cook associate conduct! ess; Mrs. Holliuffl Alken, Ada; Mrs. 13on C. Haley Ruth; Mrs. T. J. nallcy, Esther Mrs. Ted Kliifj, Martha; Mrs. W. C Colston, Electa; Mrs. Thomas Dell, Clinplnln; Mrs. C. w. M-Danlcl marshal; Mrs. WIMnir Wahl, wtirdor: Ralclnii Sylvester, uentlnel. Pollowint: the Installation, the officers (;nve an addenda honoring Mrs. Adams and at the close, her craiulson, Drane Adams, .presented her u white Hlblu for Mrs. J j C'ookslon. Mr.s. Alford gave a history of the organization, since its formation In Boston, and told something of Its work. fleeted to Honor Society Eleven members of the Osceola Olii'pter of the National Honor BciiDly have been designated for the 1D4C-47 school term. They arc' Georgia Amiable. Cleo Jcnn Burch. Mirtha Jane Umm. Nancy Burr Ann Driver. Jimmy Hart. Stanley •lones, Ann Maloch, Doris Matliews Evelyn Joan P1 KB . UM .. Ro( | 8C rs and Per-ey Grl{;sby Bits of News Mostly ... Dr. and Mrs. Qiienlin. FlkT iiifd daui;hter, Ann. have returned 10 their home In Tulsa, Okla., after haviiiB spent the holidays with Mis. Hle's mother, Mrs. Charles A. Wood. Mrs. diaries A. Wood had ivi her Chrislmas day, her son. I Charles A, Wood, Jr. and Mrs. Wood and children, Charlie and Pnltv of Joui'sijoro, and her sister, Mis. Curtis Wilkison and Mr. Wllklson i,f KiuiiK'tL, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. John Caudlll and' children, Lucy and John, are now vLsitiii!- Mrs. Caudllis purenls, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rivers, at Elgin, Texas, after having gone 10 days ' ago to Tulsn, okla., to visit friends; j to Oklahoma City for a reunion of the Caudlll family, a nd to Ana- I (larko, Gkla., for a visit with Mr. ' ami Mrs. Sam Wilhitc, uncle and ! aunt of Mr, Caudlll. They j)| im I to iiitnrn the last of the >seek. i Mrs. J. p. Sanders Is slightly Improved after fractions a rib In a ! fall i:i her home. j Mr. and Mrs. John Criner Iiave as trieir guesls Uuilng the holiday Sfn^nn. Mr. and JVirs. E. L. Criner of Washington, D. C.; Mr. Crincr's sltler. Miss Sue Criner, Mrs. Gene Smith and two daughters, all of Memphis, Miss Alice Sallba left Friday for New Orleans to visit friends in Ni'-.v Orleans and to attend the Stiiiar Bowl Bailie. -Hill Etovall, Billy cross nnd Everett Crosslow v.-ciu to Dallas today to attend the Cotton Bowl same Wednesday. They are students at University of Arkansas. Fnyelteville .Miss Kalhcrinc Westbrook has as Her lUicsts this week, Miss Mary Sue Daniels and Miss Martini Jos- iLl jltlle Ilo=k . who came today Blythcville's Baby Headquarters! to b> here especially for the New Year's Eve dance to be given tomorrow night by Miss. Westbrook: her. brother, James WestbrooTT. and LetR Rcse Casino, at the Woman's Club. Miss Westbroolt Is daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. J, T. Westbrooki Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee and son. K. B. Jr., will return today fi'om Cape Glrardeau, Mo., where they attended the funeral yesterday of a friend, Miss Ami Polash- nlcl:. who died Friday. Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Hartigan and son,, liob, Jell today for their home in New York City, after .spending, the holiday season with Mrs. llnrllgan's parents. Mr and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mrs. Afflick motored them to Memphis for the plane trip. G. o. 1'oel/ Is attending to business In Little Rock lodav and upon Ills return tonight will meet his V,roiher-|n-law Charles Langston in Memphis, from where they will Bo by plane to New Orleans for the Sugar Bowl game. Dr. and Mr.s. Hunter C. Sims left Friday for points in Tennessee (o visit relatives before yonlg to New Orlean« t for the Sugar Bowl game Wednesday. They plan lo return Jan, 6. Mrs. V. T. keely returned yesterday from St. Louis where she spent the Christmas holidays with relatives. Miss Neely perry . will re- ' turn Thursday to Arkansas State college, Jonesboro, after spending the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Perry nt Huffman. _ MONDAY, DECEMBEK 1(0, 10-10 PERMANENT; Oil ol Tullpwood ......... |«. 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