The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 17, 1947
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, PAGE TWO y; r* ^ •LYTHByiLLB (ARK.) COUBfflS MBW8 Bits of News Miss Holland Wed To $i. Louis Man Miss Nancy Anne Holland, daughter of Mrs. A. B. Holland, 916 West Ash, iecarhe the bride of William Cui its Dortcli o/ St. Louis Jn a cerp- nionst al 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon Jin the home of the bride uncle" and aunt, Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, on^Highway til Th; Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastil- of First Methodist Church, officiated at-tho double ring rites. Portning a background for the \v<?dd{ng party ft-erc baskets of statsfy white gladioli arranged with greenery in the living room of the Harrison home. Glowing white tapers in branched candelabra cast a sof£ glow over tlit scene. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. William Norton, pianist, and Miss Helma Johmcn, vocalist. Miss Johhsen . sang "Through the'Years" and "I Love You'Truly.". Mrs. Nor Ion played traditional Lohengrin wedding '.-.•• MrS. Norton's dress was an original 0f cinnamon crepe. She wore •.matching accessories ami u corsage .of gardenias. Miss Johiisen wore a dress* of blue with a shoulder corsage :of white gardenias. : MiUlwnr Bratlley, cuiisln of. the bridor and 10 -year-old daughter ol Mr. ajul Mrs. Gene E. Bradley, light- ' ed tapers. She wore n blue frock trimmed with lacs. Carnival Queen I Miss Reichel Honored 'With Valcnlme Affair r't, : Miss Mnry Virginia Itclchcl, Whpse, weeding to E. M. Terry .Jr., will bi> solemnized In n ceremony next month, was complimented Fii- dny afternoon with one of the out- Kltindlnu affairs of the season when Mrs. George W. Carlmm. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mrs. John McHaney mid , Mrs. c. A. Tant entertained with a Valentine lea and shower at the Bnrham home, 1308 West I»arn. I With a. Valentine motif carried, out In eiitei'tnlning rooms, dee)) rc;i I rcBes were arranged In ihe living ' room and t'ladioli and Jonquil bouquets decorated the siinroom, Tlio refreshment table', nl which Mrs,, A-. H. Wclenkami) p.nd Mrs. W. L. Horner presided, was covered with a white cut-work cloth and centered with red carnations. White 'candles burned in crystal I holders. Miss Mary I milse l.asler Unique favors nf crepe paper Mlss Mary Louise Lastcr, mem-' hells containing two tinv re<I Ler of the junior class of the hearts Inscribed with "Mary" and 'Y' Sweetheart' Cooler, the ceiling was a huge Valentine. Amiellu Humphreys and Bill , - — - - -. —,.*, rt |jj i.icui.- ccl her'gifts r n the ( . Mty |)1U . ( of tlu afternoon after which they were displayed In the "siinroom Assisting the bi Ide-clect In opening gifts were her mother, Ivtrs F a Helchel, n h lt M r . s . E . M. ' Terry mother of her fiiuice. Wundetltcli were chosen king and queen of hearts lor the evening's dancing. Hoys elected the queen •—— afterl: hea,.sr " '*«* "" ^ °' P J. A Anniversary •.liters maid of honor. Her aiter- ; noon, dress was of banana crepe and i In a jitterbug contest, another at hsr shoulder die pinned a cor- ' feature of the event, Ben Kenneth .sage W blus Irises. Her hat was of Young and Pal Heam and Dan an /vnce Blue shad: and she wore Wallace antl Sandra l.unsford won accessories in blue and beige. I equal honors. Tlis bride chose an afternoon I Heart-shaped cakes, candies and (iress r of Alice Blue crops, which she open-faced sandwiches were served wore,wilh matching accessories. Her Crmperones for the occasion were Jmt was of rose and iris blue Mallne ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall, Mr uvd anri .HP ,„.,,.,., „.. — . Mrs H B Oftkcs \ ]rs i onc Rn|)p and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Keener. Ijnd she carried an arm bouquet of •" nan roses. Her elbow-length were white. o vitir, refreshments served from LU *°'° G!fl L. F. Ellison of Aid, Mo. With' burning white cniidles Uhre^tiered wedding cake .\vith.nnnlature Ses of nr vand bridegroom. At the base oM he ; 'cake, was. a garland of gardenias , and . laurel. .8 llrai -™ ns -.'. Presiding at the table wore Mrs -Willfarn Van Harrison of Sew York ' ' ' ' l rCityrand "Mrs' Qene Bradley emnlzed here Friday -V Mrs. Arthur Webb of Osceola n rc - l ° u ' - . H c Sti Vnlclltlnc s \™ s the inspira- """ for " le ^corallon of the.Uix- ° ra Methodist church for the wed- v"* ° f BIUy '^ton, daughter of «" y ° r R ' C ' Lan B sto » «'>'< the late .Mrs. Langslon, to Leonard p. El- l"f on of Ald> Mo " so " ° r Mr - alul "' J ' C ' EI " SQ "' Vl ' hich was so1 afternoon at . sceoa n rc - . ' sided at the guest book. Amon- t ,n ! " r ,f cut -° ut guests were the bridegroom's inDtrT whlle sntln rltll)0, Mrs. William Dortch ' of st" wlth " Cu P'd's dar JLou's, his aunt, Mrs w C Onnt^' wllitc Blnd'oH, again of .Rector, Mn and Mrs Aaron Ros ' ., rs aron Ros ' enth^l of Kennetl and Mrs Jamp>; complimented w u n baskets of white • ' ! " r cut -° ut hearl «' 011 "" rltll)0ri and pierc- t tipped with , inst a back- B roun<1 °f Southern smllax was rs • Brocks Cochrtn of St Louis' palms and white •- --J i.. vii n\.k,LLI-I WlLfl LnC Veterans Administration in St Louis S " 8C of P |nh where the bride has been employed' ° harl ' es R frorrf Blytheville High..School ^ N "P!inl mi -ntt. school activities, M-s : (™i i5 Was a mernbsr of the Garden 't°"£ S " d ot . her organizations. was graduat°d fmm C school in St. Louis and i Ian. service In Stag Dinner Honors Bricjle-groom Elect : OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb Ship^ea jntertained w. Wlnfred -»>,i n , music was given by Mrs. ' L St.nford, playing "" been bookkee Observed in Luxora LUXORA, Ark.. Feb. 17.—A pro- e.ram celebrating the Golden Jubi- Ise of the Parent-Teachers Association was held bv the Luxora organization Wednesday afternoon in the home economics cottage. After the opening of the business meeting by Mrs . T. L. Stanford, president. Mis. John Ford presented each home-room mother a Valentine corsage of ribbon in recoc- nlllon of the work .she luul donn After lighting candles in honor of tnc founders, Mrs. Alice McLean Blrncy and Mrs. Pheuie Apperson Hurst. Mrs. W . E . Head, ,!rogram leader, intrmluced Mrs. White of Blytheville. district president who told of the lives of these two women and (he history of Ihe Parent- Teachers Association which thr-v founded. ' At conclusion of (h c p raErnm , Mrs. John Ford, Mrs A 13 Ronelle Mrs T. r. Hudson and Mrs. Elmer Hall were hostesses at a ten to the members and visitors. A Valentine color scheme was .carried out in the necorations of ajargo rectangular . Charles Ellison of Keisw ArkrrT tapers sas who , SC r X ed as .best. man. t . " m tall' After a wedding trip to iVtori' were Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana — the couple will be at their Home In Aid, Mo, The bride Is a graduate of Luxora High School, William Wood , cr r Miss lune Siltfs .June Stlres, lilythevl)le "V* sweetheart, was crowned in special ceremonies held in Valentine Day observances last Tuesday. An nouncement of her selection wn . made in Saturday's Courier Mew; (Hid Inadvertently lh«> photogrnp)' c,L .—Joe » i T ..... wmirea ; Er0 ? In ' e!eclofMiss Iorstmonn 1 h " Stag din - "Serenade"; with ""Liebstraum", Listz, heard throughout the ceremony and the traditional wedding marches. Miss Ditsy Silliman, soprano soloist, sang "Because" by d'Harde- lot and "I Love You Truly". Bond. Sarah Lnngston. only sister oi the bride, was maid of honor, she wore a Cymonctlc Original of worsted Verclorm in crushed rose krown accessories and corsage of i Talisman roses. The bride, wearing a Natal! Ni- I coll suit fashioned of cloud business. Mr. SU son °u a gradual? »f the Luxora High School and served four years in the. Navy Hc Is now engaged In fanning. Out of town relatives of Ihe bride attending (he wedding were' W. E. Ooswlck, grandfather and Mrs Paul Pope, n unt, and her son. Herbert pope, of .Memphis- Mrs c M. Pllgrcen or Calhoun City Mo Mo., uncle and mother Mllnteen. with Jacket lioring at back Jn the new bustle eifect, n halo hat of black straw with white violets and a white, purple-lhroalcd. Imperial orchid eorsnge. entered the church with ""TrSe'TalentTr.1' m ,-, h , 6r f " ther who E(1Ve »« '» "'«out tolth «rt 7^ W " S Cr ' iTieli r ' age ' Thc >' werc mfl at th = "Hnr ffior S SSS ?o n oln^^ r ^i ^ <he 6r ° 01 " '"" l hU -—'• th= tnantel In the living room . " of Philadelphia, aunt. The groom's relatives attending were: Mr. an ( | Mrs. J. o. Ellison of A:d, Mo., parents; Mr. and M r s Lloyd Bruce, sister and brother-in- law of Kciscr; James Ellison of .Joiner, brother. nn,i vn-s i.- n of Miss Nfary L-iuisi> I,asl,ei-, Cooler, Mo., was used in the n of Miss Stircs' photograph. A/trs. Joe Rhodes Jr. Hostess Wit/i Party CSCEZLA. Ark.. FVb. 17. — Wt a pink ami wliito calor scheme Mrs, Joe Rhodes Jr.,- entertained with two tr.h!c!i of bridge compii- I iiiculing .Vliss Cliarline MasRey, who Is tr> b; married Thursday at the First Presbyterian Church. At the close of [lie games, n sal- nd plate \ served. Mrs. -John Allen won high, Miss Adelle Hook. second, and Mrs. N. B. Ellis 'Jrl] of wilso'n. cut consolation prize. At The Hospitals I!LYTH|;V1LI,K HOSPITAL Admitted: ' Nell Masscy, Manila. Jimiuie Gjorije, Steele, Mo. •Ronald A?.b?ll. city. n:;aa!d Azbcll. city. Born ID Mr.- and Mrs. Lloyd Pcrincnicr. city. :<_ dfin«hter, last ni«!it. Dismissed: A. li. FJi-d, city. K.-ma B.inch, city. •Mrs. Jamc.i lioren nnd baby. Dell WALLS HOSl'ITAI/ Dismissed: : Mr. W. A. MAi'tin, Litxo:a. Mrs. Isaac Smith, Steele Mo ' Mrs. n. A. Davis. Dell. Barbara Yiubro, citv. 'Mrs. P. L. Austin, city Mr. Clyde L-.ites, city JIAI'TIST HOSJ'ITAL, ' MEM Arimiund: birthday cake with the dates, 18971947, ill the center, and double crystal candle holders holding red and white candles, which centered tlu luce draped table from which th» guests were served. Complete Beauty Service | from head to foot! ! The Rcvlon Une . ! including the new ' "CERTAINLY RED" , —AUDUKA DUVAI^- I COUNTOUItE'— J DERMETICS I Suave for men anil women | THE BEAUTY BAR • GUHTCOE HOTEL Phone 3202 | Mi.s.i Jeannette FJakc spent Sunday in Mcm.nhis wltli her brother, •Malcolm Fluke While there she attended the Ice Follies. Mr. and', Mrs, H, E. Braiey and children. Rcbena and BJtije, have returned from Paragotild, where tiny were callctt oy the death ol Mrs. Brac-ey's mother, Mrs c H White. Or. and Mrs, J. L. van Hoo.ser am! daughters. Dtl/im and Doreu, come by plane here from Smithville, 'lenn,, to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neal. Mrs. W. O. Reeves fjwnt Ssii- tiroay in Memphis shopping. J.'. and M:s. Ocan A>.klnson and son, Genii Jr,. have returned Ironi Mtinp.'li.s, where Dr. Atkinson attended the Mid-South Post Urnd- uate Medical A-ssenvaly. !>:. F. K. Uiley amr Dr. Joe E Be:isley returned Saturday liom Memphis, where thej' attended tlie Mid-South Post Graduate Assembly. Miss Fiiyi: Crawford spent the weekend in Memphis with friends. Mr.s. G. T. Sharp of Fort Lau- derdnle, Pla., is tlie of Mr nnd Mrs. Oaith Caslllo for a few Ohief Yeoman and Mrs. c A Rlligins ol St. Lauis arrived here Friday to be with }jis fatlier, L. f. Higgins, who underwent an operation at Wall's hospital. Condition of Mr. Rlggins is satisfactory. Mrs. • Charles P. Hart left this morning for Jones'joro. wlicre she will i-eceive a week's training prior to ac:cpting a position with the •Veteran's 'Administration. 'Miss Mabel McKay was in Memphis this weekend to consult an eye specialist. . " Mr. and Mrs. ixmdcmile Fowler have returned home from Los An- pnfi' rl 1 " 6 thCy hlUi ' "««" '»« fimf! ^.' two " 10 " ths or l " e "- su ". Uennbj Fowler, and family Thcv "Iso visited Mrs. Fowler's sister Mrs. Eve Wheeler, and her mother, Mrs Fannie Jackson. Mrs Jackson accompanied them to Blytheville for an extended visit. Before returning home, the Fowlers visited mends and relatives and toured spots of interest throughout Southern California MONDAY, FEUKUAUY 17, 1947 Coming Events MONDAY Founders Day Program at the High School auditorium, 1:30 pin TUESDAY Mrs. M. George and Mrs. Andrew Moses hostesses to St. Stephen's Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary Business Women's c;:cie o; r.rst Baptist church meeting with Dr. Ednu Nies, 7 o'clock, HM'I Courier News Want Ads. SONGWRITERS POEMS WANTED ;i( ONCE 'oi'niK. .\ny ,Siil,il<rl. (of RADIO CITY MUSIC ACADEMY I'.'VI Broadway _ _ New York 11). K. Y. The Jotson .Story" to Be At Blytheviile Theater Columbia pictures' "flic Jolson Story", featuring Larry , Parks. Evelyn Kcyes, William Demarcst •nid Bill Goodwin, will be presented here l n the Hit/, Theater starting ' an< ' co " llnuUl « Filnieu in Technicolor, this Is the long-awaited extravaganza based on the 'music, the inDglc and the times of America's greatest entertainer. Proclaimed as a colorful and rhythmic panorama of American show business, the screenplay written .by Stephen Longstrefct, carries through nearly forty yea r s of Jol- Relief Atlast For Your Cough C relieves promptly be- 811 ' to tn * "*& ot "« n t &« hi tun.ble to he den > , « loosen and expel aid ewaylt unbc CREOMULSION for Couehs.CKestCoWs, Bronchitii 1 son's remarkable career. Dramatl- cnlly revealed ore the steps leading to his success. "The Jolson Story" l.vlargely told in .music, as might be expected for no other entertainer has had so many Moved melodies associated with him. we can expect to hear them all in the film, tunes like Swanee," "You Made Me Love You," "April showers," "By the Li»ht of the Silvery Moon," etc. The average American takes -in-- proxlmately 201 strokes to brush his teeth, ' I We Feature - - .\ MILKMAID Cosmetics -Also- Prince Matchabelli Colognes, Perfuntes And Dusting Powder \(Wc Gift Wrap free) The GIFT SHOP Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display at THE TOT SHOP 10r> S. 2nd. Phone 21508 TURKISH Ef ATHS Warm, invigorating and really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful turk- Ish baths at Artie's Beauty Shop. You will feel better instantly and lose poundage so easily and so fast—.you'll be amazed a.s will your friends! It's a turkish bath at Artie's for real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. Second Phone 3304 Valentine Party Held' J'otr Teenage Group - Ttc Woman's Club formed a setting- for a Valentine party Frl'dav mgljt when NJta Rose Hal], Donna Sas,Core and Oakle Ropp entertained 92 guests. The theme of Valentine Day was carried out in tha streamers of red and white suspended from the ccll- -ng: Suspended from the center of WOMIN 3S-52 YEARS OLD-DO YOU SUfFIRTHiSEFaMNYfEEllNGS? OUB tn t-SlIC fjmrflnn^l T? UinH-l^Tri'c TTn^nl^x.l-/-i . . due to this functional 'middle-age' cause? !' J'™' 1 " 0 l»-your "40's" and this functional 'middle-age' period peculiar to women is causing J/OK to ?" i 7, er v.-(r ioin hot "ashes, nervous irritability and weak, tired, high- strung fecliniis-thcn do tr E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. This great medicine is famous for this! Taken i'egulnrly-Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance ngnhut such 'nilddle-aec' distress. Thousands have reported benefit! It's also a grand sto- machic tonic. Worth trying. I. Boi Office Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun liargain Night Every Nljht Kicupt Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. Hosr Styles for Any Aq * 3 £3 . . . j,j,y 'joffucrs thiil arc suited to bolii Mothei :)j K | Sis . . . coiffures Ui;it are as new as the Robin's first song ... in harmony with evwy spring fashion. You'll find the n K m coiffm-c is ESKA! fiska ---- Exclusively at ^ THE BEAUTY CLINIC * "-7.< ... f.ast Time Today _ IRKve ^^ DUNNE °^v > JI.F.XJXDT.R CIHHLKS J XOX 1. COBURN3 in Columbia's Foi News and Seltcted Stlort ^ 1st NaH Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 . ^ nouni.?. FEATURE MARIA MOKTEZ JON HAL1 TURHAK ! zucco MOf MVtNE A UN1VERSAI PKIWE Rifz Theatre, Blytheville, Ark. Continuous Showing 2:00 P.M. ro IT :00 P.M. LAST T/MF TODAY ABBOTT and COSTELLO in TIME OF THEIR LIVES' Also — Paramount News and Selected Short. BIG DAYS Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., February 18-19-20-21 BELOVED MELODIES! COME/SWANEE/YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU/MAMMY COLUMBIA PICTURES presents SON WilV URRY PARKS-EVELYN KEYES WILLIAM DEMUREST • BILL GOODWIN Screenplay by Stephen longstieet ^ ^ sioiAfsKomx • witY£ tmu 4 Shows Daily at 2:00 P.M. - 4:20 P.M. - 6:45 P.M. - 9:05 P.M.

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