The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1947 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 17, 1947
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w BLrTHBVILLE (ARE.) COURMK WEWfl To Holland Wed Louis Man Miss Nancy Arme Holland, daughter of Mrs A B Holland, 915 West Ash became the bride: of Willlniu Curtis Dortch'of St. Louis In a cen<- mony? at 4 o'clock yestsrday afternoon ! , in the home of the biide'^ uncJel nnd a'lnt. Judge nnd Mrs. 2al B. Harrison, oh^Highway lil Soutlt. Ths Rsv. Allen D. Stewart, nasto? of First Methodist Church, officiated at-the double ring rites. Portnins a background for the *edd{ng party were baskets of statsty white gladioli arranged with ereeivcry in the living room of tho Harrison home. Glowing white tapers in branched candelabra cast a sol} glow over llii scene. A program of nuptial music, was • presented by Mrs. William Norton, pianist, and Miss Hclmu Johnson, vocalist. Miss Johhsen sang "Through the' Years" and "I Love You ;Truly.". Mrs, Norton played traditional Lohengrin wedding marches. ; •: Mr£. Norton's dress was an oris- .Inal pf cinnamon crepe. She woi'c ..•.matching accessories and a corsage .of gardenias. Miss Johnson wore n dress^ of blue with a shoulder corsage :of white gardenias.' : Milliccnt Brutiley, cousin of.llie brides and 1C -year-old daughter ot -Mr. ojiid Mrs. Gene E. Bradley, lighted tapers, she wore :t blue frock triininecl. with lacs. Miss Betty Nell Holland was her -.Jf.tej;"s maid of honor. Her after- • ,110011,dress was of banana crepe and at hit shoulder she pinned a corsage pf blus irises. Her hat was of an AJlcc Blue ihad2 and she wore accessories In blue and beige. I The bride chose an afternoon ' <Jress^ of Alice Blue crepe, which she ' wore r with matching accessories Her hnt was of rose nnd Iris blue Maline and (she carried an arm bouquet of Talisman rbses. Her elbow-length' .glovep were white. . [ Following the wedding ceremony a reception was held in the home' wuli refreshments served from •< lace-draped table In the dining room Centering the table, decorated With burning white candles, was a" three-tiered wedding cake topped .With-miniature figures of n bride •. and bridegroom. At the base of the cake wa s a gailaim of gardenias . and laurel. - Presiding at the table were Mrs • WllUarn Van Harrison of New York .'City, and Mrs. dene Bradley ', Mrs. Arthur Webb of Oscaola presided at the guest book'. Arnold guests were the bridegroom's moth; er, Mrs William Dortch, of St -Louis, his aunt, Mrs. W. C. Coats of Fttctor, Mr, and Mrs. Aaron Ros• enth£l of Kennett and Mrs James•Brooks COchran of St. Louis. •> After the reception, the bride nncp bridegroom-left for a wedding trln ; following which they will go to St Loins to moke their home .. ™ r Dortch is connected with the veierans Administration In St. Louis Where the bride has been employed ES secretary at the R ed Cross office ...smcri her .graduation last Sprin- sfroin Blytheville'hoof ' ; j_ Active in* school activities M' S s «01nh»n'!i aS f, memb5r °f t"e Garden' f-V'UP and other organizations *Wt £' ° ortch wa s graduated from £hlste schpol in St. Louis ail Carnival Queen- | Miss Reichel Honored I With Valenline Affair Miss Mary Louise I,aster Miss Mary Louise Laster. mcm- Ler ot the junior class of the Cooler, Mo., High School, has been cicwned queen of tile school's annual carnival. She Is the daughter ci Mr. nnd Mrs. W. u I,as'?r 01 Cooli'i 1 . the celling was a Imgc Valentine. Annclla lliimplircys and Iii!l Wuiiderllch were chosen king and queen of hearts for the evening's dancing. Boys elected the queen 'and the girls elected the king of hearts. In a jitterbug contest, another feature of tlie event. Ben Kenneth Youiig nnd Pat Hcarn and Dan Wallace and Sandra Lunsford won equal honors, Heart-shaped cakes, candies and opan-faced sandwiches were served. Churjerones for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hnll. Mr. ai'd Mrs. H. B. Oakes, Mrs. lone Hopp nnd Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Keener. a veteran of ssrvlc in Stag Dinner Honors Bride-groom Elect ' OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. n._j 0 e w-!^f ei \T? Ilte -r talne<1 w - Winfred Wa^n IH, bridegroom-elect of Miss ChajUnc .Masscy, with a stag diu- ner -Friday night, at the horn.- oL '' ~ Teji intimate friends of Mr. Watson .were guests. rn,T 1 L =it ^ US !? t ! n2 m0tir Was "'"led out fcitn red hearts and red carrn- t oru for the dining room table and the tnantel in the living room djc j rd3 were played followlnE the .Vafcntine Party Held •Fb!j : Teenage Group ; - Ttc Woman's Club formed a set- «riv f ° r ^ a Valentln <= Party Friday nigljt when Nita Rose Hall, Donna Sue ,. Gore and Oakle Ropp enler- tnirjed 92 guests. .The theme of Valentine Day was carrjed out in tho streamers of red in* whit- suspended from the ceil- :ngr Suspended from the center of Luxora Girl Marries L. F. Ellison ot Aid. Mo. LUXORA, Ark., rvb. T1—F^pinan- : tic St. Valentine's was the inspiration for the decoration of'the* Luxora Methodist church for the wedding of Billy Langstoti, daughter or Mayor R. c. Langston and the late Mrs. Langston, to Leonard P. Ellison of Aid, MO., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Ellison, which was solemnized here Friday afternoon at 1:30. A ' large cut-out heart wound with white satin ribbon and pierced with a Cupid's dart tipped with while gladioli, against a background or Southern smilnx was complimented with baskets or white . gladioli, palms and white lapeis glowing softly at intervals In tall' branched candlebra which were lighted by Linda Bruce of Kelser, niece of the groom, she wore a frock of chartreuse wool with corsage Of pink carnations. The Rev. diaries E. Lewis, pastor or the church, read the single ring ser- ' vice. Nuptial music was given by Mrs. T. L. Stanford, playing "Berceuse" from Jocelyn. Goddard; Schubert's "Serenade"; with '"Llebstraum", Lists, heara throughout the ceremony and the traditional wedding marches. M|ss DILsy Silliman. soprano soloist, sang "Because" by d'Harde- lot nnd "I Love You Truly", Bond. Sarah Langston, only sister ot the bride, uas maid ot honor, she wore ,-t Cymonctte Original of worsted Verdona In crushed rose, brown accessories and corsag c of Talisman roses. The bride, wearing a Natall Nico.'i suit fashioned ot cloud graj Forstmalin Milatcen, with jacket Haring nt back in the new busllc c'lrcel. a halo hat o[ black straw with white violets and n white, purple-throated. Imperial orchid corsage, entered the church with her father who gnv P her In marriage. They were met at the altar by the groom and his brother. Miss Miay Virginia Rclthcl. whose. w«|d|ni; to E. M. Terry Jr. will bi> solemnized In a ceremony next month, was complimented r-'ii- day afternoon w im on e of the outstanding nffairs cf the season ivlien Mrs. George W. Bai'linin. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mrs. John MeHniiey and . Mrs. c. A. Tunt enloriallicd with a Valentino tea and shower at the Hnrham lioine, 1308 West Hoarn. , Wlti, B valentine motif carded .' nut in entei talniiiK rooms, deep red roses W ere arranged In the living room and gladioli and jonrjuil bouquets decorated the sunroom. The refreshment table nt which Mrs,. A, I?. Wclenkump and Mis W. L. Horner presided, was covered with R while tilt-work cloth and centered with r ed carnations. White ' candles burned In crystal I holders. i Unique favors of crepe paper l:ells containing two tiny red hoaiis Inscribed with "Mary" and "Buddy" were presented the <i. r > guests. The guest of honor wa s presented her-gifts In the early part of tht afternoon after which they • were displayed In the •sunroom. Assisting the britle-etaa in opening gilts were her mother, Mrs F C! Helehel, n h,i M ra. E. M. ' Terry! mother ot her fiance. PTA Anniversary Observed in Luxora LUXOHA. Ark., Feb. 17.—A pro- uram celebrating the Golden Jubilee 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, Mrs. John 1-ani presented each home-room mother n Val entine corsage uf ribbon In recoi:- nlllon of the work she had don,. After llBlHing candles In honor of the founders, Mrs. Alice McLean Mi-ney and Mrs. I'hebie Apperson Hurst. Mrs. W . E. Ilcnd . ni . ogl . nl) , leader, Introduced Mrs. Jesse White of Blytheville, district president who told of the lives of these two women and the history of the Parent- Teachers Association which thcv founded. M? l ™ nc ' lllsl °" of the program, Mis. John Ford, Mrs. A. B. Rozelle Mrs T. F. Hudson nnd Mrs. Elmer "all were hostesses nt a ten to the members and visitors. A Valentine color scheme wns .carried out in the decorations of a largo rectangular '' Y' Sweetheart' tf , t . V'- : % ' \i Miss June Slims Mtfs June Stires. Blytheville Y Kwet'theart. was crowned in specla ec'rcmcnies licld in Valentine Da\ observances last Tuesday. Announcement of her selection was made in Saturday's Courier Mew< and Inadvertently tl>c photograph of Miss Mary l.astor, r;[ (.'outer, MO., was used in the place ol Miss Stires' photograph. Mrs. Joe Rhodes Jr. Hostess With Party CECEOLA. A:k.. Feb. 17. — WIIIl a pink and white color scheme Mrs. .loo Rhodes Jr., entertained with two tf.))!cs of bridge compij- )i:cming Miss charline Masscy, who j is to b> married Thursday at Die 1 First P.'esbyteiian Church. At the close of the games, a sal- :ul plate \ras served. Mrs. John Allen wo;i high, Miss Addle Hook, second, and Mrs. N. B. Ellis- J-], of Wilson, cut consolation prize. '"" Bits of News Charles Ellison of Kciscr. Arka"- sas, who .acnpd. as best man. i . After a wedding trip 'to feVt'on Rouge and Ne w Orleans, Louisiana the couple win beal their home In Aid. Mo. Tlie bride la a graduate of Luxora High School. William Wood Co'lese, Fulton. Mo., (l nd the University of Arkansas. Payetleville, and belongs to the Delta" Gamma bororily. since graduation, she hns been bookkeeper for her father In Ins intensive farming n nd glmiinj; business. Mr. Ellison is n graduate »f the Liixora High School and served four years in tlie Navy. He is now engaged | n farming. Out or town relatives of |hc bride attending the wedding were' «• E. Ooswick, |<rnncirnthcr, and Mrs i-aul Pope, aunt, mm her son. Herbert Pope, or Memphis- Mrs c M. pllgreen ot Calliou,, city Mo aunt; Mr. ami Mrs. Joab La'iiBston |>f Phllndclphla, Mo., uncle ' and Tlie j;room's rclntlves ntlcndin? were: Mr. an t i Mrs. J. c.- Elliso,, of Aul, MO., parents; Mr. and M rs . Uoyd l!rucc. sister and brother-in- law of Kekcr; James Ellison of Joiner, brother, anrj Mrs E B Chllets of Pecan Point, an aunt Others attending were Mrs. Alvin Wunderlinh, Mrs. E*ay Graham nn-l Miss Olivia Graham of Mem- " *..~ e . uuin isnu UK» Ui UU1VI i JJfltS, E f I'M 1 WOMW&31YEARS OLD-DotoU SUFFER THESE FUNNY FEELINGS? due to this functional E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound due to this functional middle^age' cause? U you're lu.yonr "40's" and this functional 'middle-age' pcriotl peculiar to women is causing von to • u ncr from hot flashes, nenoi- Irritability and weak, tired, hlgl strung fecliniis-thnn rfn iru T.,Si • w • v " • I^^^BHV^H^^ 0 E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. This great medicine is /curious for this! Tnfcntl : p mr .tlnt-l.r TTJI „ 1- U A „. >_ reni. medicine is /curious for thlsi Taken iegulnrly-Plnkham's ^uSSr V^-'S -na'T"' B y °" lo S^^^^'^E^V- irSbi&M 'urerfigT ggiJSS ^"^ ?W& strungfeelinus-then do try Ly B dla machic tonic. Worth ^ying. Hair Styles for Any Age lilithe . . . gay coffiiei's Unit arc s\iilcd to li.itii Mothei inui Si^i . . . coiffures that are as new 1 ;is the Robin's first song ... hi harmony with cvnry spring fasliion. You'll find tlie rifflil coiffure is KSKA! Eska .... Exclusively at THE BEAUTY CLINIC JsfNar'l Bank BIdg. Phone 3274 At The Hospitals KLYTIIF.VILI.I-: HOSPITAL Admitted: Nell Msssc-y, Manila. •linimle GMI-I;O. Steele, Mo. •Ronald Afb?ll, city. Dnimlil Azbcll, city. 13orn to Mr.' and Mrs. -.„,,. Piinnentcr, city, a dans-hler, last Dismi.ised: A. li. Ford, city. •I!:ina B,u:;h, ciiy. Mr;.. Jiimc.i Horen and baby Dell WAI.U1 HOSl'ITAI, : Mr. W. A. Martin, Luxo:u. Mis. Isaac Smilli. Stccle, Mo ' Mrs. B. A. Davis, Dell. Bat-ara Yaibro. city, *tri. F. L. Austin, city Mr, Clyde L\itcs. i-lty IMPTIST HOSPITAI,. MEM birthday cake with the dates 1B-I7. In the center, nnd double crystal candle holders holding red and white randies, which centered !m luce draped tnule from which th= csts were served. Complete Beauty Service fnim head to foot! The Rcvlon Unc inrluillnjr the new "CERTAINLY HE1>" ! —AUDItKA nilVAL— I COTJNTOtlltE'— { DEKSIETICS I Suave fo r men anrt women ] THE BEAUTY BAR i GI.ENCOE HOTEL Phone 3202 j Miss Jeannette Plakc spent Sunday in Memphis with her brother. Malcolm Flake While there she attended the Ice Follies. Mi. and Mrs. H. E. Bra:ey and ehil'Jren. Rcberu and Blliif, have relumed from Para«ould. where liny were called' by the death ol Mrs. Brac-cy's mother, Mrs. C H. W;iilc>. Dr. and Mrs. J. b. Van Hooter ant! daughters. Dc-lmu and Uoreu, COMIC by plane here from Snilth- villf, Ti'inv, to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Meal. Mrs. W. O. Reeves ijmit Sa:.- tirday in Memphis shopping. I).: and Mrs. Oean Atkinson and son ; Oca n Jr.. have returned from Memphis, where Dr. Atkinson attended tlie Mid-South Post Cjrau- iiale Medical A.ssenvbly. -' '!).-. F. E. Utley aiuf Dr. Joe E. Beaslty returned Saturday Irani Memphis, where they attended the Mid-S'julli Post Graduate Assembly. Miss Fnye Craw/ord spent Uie weekend In Memphis with friends. Mrs. O. T. Sharp o.' Fort Lauderdale. Fla., Is the t' o! Mr and Mrs. Gaith Custlio for a fev: day. 1 . Cliicf Yeoman and Mrs. C. \. Rliiglns ol St. Louis arrived here Friday to be with his rather. L. E. Hiuylns. who underwent an operation nt Wall's hospital. Condition of Mr. Itiggins is satisfactory. Mrs. Charles F. Hart left this morning for Joiies'Joro, where she will receive a week's training prior .to acxp'Jng a position with the •Veteran's Administration. ''Miss Mabel McKay was In Memphis this weekend to consult an eve MONDAY, FKBKUAKY 17, 1947 specialist. . ' Mr, and Mrs. Lcndemile Fowler Have returned home from Los An- ijeles, where' they had- been the guests fol- two months of their go,,, Uennlfj Fowler, and family The" also visited Mrs. Fowler's sister Mrs. Eve Wheeler, and her mother' Mrs tannle Jackson. Mrs. Jackson accompanied them (o Blylhevlllc for an extended visit. Before returning home, Die Fowlers visited friends and relatives and loured siiots of interest throughout Soulh- eivi California. I Coming Events MONDAY Founders Day Program at the High School auditorium, 7:30 p.m. TUESDAY Mrs. M. George and Mrs. Andrew Moses hostesses to St. Stephen's Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary Business V/oiiioirs c.'.-ciu o: rirsl Baptist Church meeting with Dr. Edim Nies, 7 o'clock Rp«fl Courier News Want Ads. SONGWRITERS J'OE.MS WANTK1) a < ONCK Jliiinrdt.111. Kxmiii'iiiitiu'n ' .111.1 "KHKK l«>l>K:-;-'|YOL I K I-'UTL'IIK IN SON*:- ,^, C1TY " US1 0 ACADEMY 1071 Broadway . _ New York 19. N. Y. 'The Jolsoa !Story" to fie 4* Blytheyiile Theater Cn'.uinbia Pictures' "flic JoLson Story", featuring Larry . Parks. Evelyn Kcyes, William Demarest and Bill Goodwin, will be presented Mere i n the RH-/, Theater starting tomorrnw .and continuing throiiKli Filmed in Technicolor, this Is the long-awaited e.xh-avagaliza based on the 'music, the magic and the times of America's greatest entertainer. Proclaimed as a colorful and rhythmic panorama of American show business, the screenplay, written .by Stephen Longstreet, carries through nearly forty years of Jol- ReliefTtLiF For Your Cough Creomulslon relieves promptly be???&'' f 008 «#>t to trie seat o? tlie ' "ii bl <= to heft loosen and expel torm Ittdeii phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw" tender inflamed bronchial mucous "em. SWf?' T f ^ your iTOBBlst to sell you rt»«{ tle ,? f Creom " 1 slon with the un- derstandin GREOMULSION forCougfis.ChesfCoUs, BronchfMj son's remarkable career. Dramatically revealed are the steps leading to his success. "The Jolson Story" is-lnrgcly told In .music, as might be expected for no other entertainer has had so many beloved melodies associated with him. We can expect, to hear them all In the film, tunes like 4>wance," "You Made Me Love You." "April showers," "By the Light of the Silvery Moon," etc. The average American takes :m-- proxlmately 2G7 strokes to brush his Feature - - MILKMAID Cosmetics -Also- Prince MatchabeUi Colofnes, Perfuntes And Dusting Powder \(We Gift Wrap Free) The GIFT SHOP Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display at THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2iul. Phone TURKISH BfATHS Warm, invigorating and really a wonder worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful turk- isli baths at. Artie's Beauty Shop. You will feel better instantly and lose poundage so easily nnd so fast—you'll be amazed as will your friends! It's a turkish batli at Artie's for real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 3U N<i. Second Phone 3302 Boi Office Opens 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun lUrjfain Night Every Night Eicept Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday a I Ihe Roxy. Last Time Today r«K,vs DUNNE ^> KNOX f qfiWfati in Columbia's Foi News and S«l«cted Short DOIIBI.K FEATURE MARIA MONTEZ JON HAH TURHAN CEoieE zucco ANDY OOlUt AUNIVSRSAl PtClURE Ritz Theatre, Blytheville, Ark, Continuous Showing 2:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. LAST TIME TODAY ABBOTT and COSTELLO in TIME OF THEIR LIVES' _j Also — Paramount News and Selected Short. 4—BIG DAYS — Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., February 18-19-20-21 BELOVED MELODIES! YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU/MAMMY &?^,ii=a=Sii «=>, f« ^,S1&A , ^ COLOMBIA PICTURES presents OW WILLIAM DEMUREST • BILL GOODWIN Sciceripliy by Stephen UngMitet Sloil'tr'SoiSRY • AlFIED E. GREEN 4 Shows Daily at 2:00 P.M. - 4:20 P.M. - 6:45 P.M. - 9:05 P.M.

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