The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1947 · Page 1
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(ARK.) COURIER KEWS er, Mrs Street Rufh Beisinger to Wed Richard Becker in April Announcement' hss teen made ol the.-c;;pronchin(; "marringe 6t Mrs. Rutii BaLbs Balslnger to Riehara \V 'Ticker Ihe redoing will oe sole* nisted Ajnil 12 m Little Rock rft the home of Mr. Becker's moth" A. C. Becker, 2314 Battery t _cism3er is the daughter ol M'./and Mrs J. r Bebbs of Piedmont, Mo She was giadimed frdir. Piedmont High School and for some time} IIES ;b?c'n employed Here' the loffice of Dr. John Q. Elliott. •Mi-. B:-:k=r was graduated Irpm L'.tttr- Rrsek High School and now ts connected with Arkansas Grocery •. Company -here. He is a, mem- cer c: Die" Junior Chamber ot Cor:) ncrc; anfi the Lions Club. Founders' Day Program Resented by P. T. A. Vf,. B. Nicholson, superintendent of Bljthe\llle schools, discussed thii Parent-Teacher Association and its policies aims and local accomplishments at the Founders' Day pro- ffrpm in observance of the Golden Jubilee or 50th anniversary of th'; World Day of Prayer Service Will be at Christian Church Calvary Baptist Women Have Circje Meetings Members of the Woman's Missionary society of- the Cavalry IHylhevllle churches na ve a spc- Baptlst Church mot yesterday af- clal program-Friday at the First Ifnftxui, 2 o'clock, at the church for Christian church to observe World n study course. They were taught Way of Prcisir.iin. piuns for the pro- by >Mrs. P. • ll. , Jernigan and Mrs, "'•«•" •—*• '•- —• •-- IjUtlb Ht. ........ .. u (l ,,.i,v.,.it> ul *'ljr ll!l;vlllL~ Opening prayer was led by Miss Council of Church Women at First Clep Bradley and closing — n..--....<- . ~. Bits of News b Mrs. Henderson There were two visitors, Mrs. Susie Belknap and Mrs. Doyl . 111 Sanders, two now members, Mrs. S. H. James and Mrs. Roy Prultt, and 12 rneinucrs present. Louisiana Girl Wed To Walter W: Followay Announcement has been maflc of the wedding of Miss Hetty Jo Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oiiom Johnson of Kinder, La., to Waiter W. -Foilaway of Blyllicvlllol son of Mr. arid Mrs. jack Ferglson of Btythevillc. Tile wedding was solemnized Feb. 8 at Opelousas, Ui. The bride is n student at Kinder, _ l.a., High School, from where sh*? | vviil graduate in the spring, ami niiuU 1 yesterday mecling or ISlythcville prayer Presliylerlan Church. I With the topic "Make Level Ml the Desert a Roaa Far Our God" the program will include music presentations and responsive service with four churches parttcipat- IhS. Tlio Presbyterian Church will have charge of music and church'-'. 1 ! pnrtlclpntlng In Hie responsive service are at. Stephen's Episcopal Church.. Lake street Metliodist Church, First Methodist Church and First Christian Church. Mrs. o. W. nillnhimty has chni-Re of (lie .ditto program. The public is invited to attend, Mrs. J. c. Eilis. president, announced. At the Council meeting yesterday, which seven members attended, an account of the Y Finance Campaign slippers gU'cjj by BJylhc-ville church noincii was given. Mrs. Ellis, had clinrgc of the session. Cft'.irch Women Have Regular Meetings OK<;KOI,A. Ark, :.<«!>. t8;- T lv Auxiliary ol the Episcopal Mrs. Dennlc Fowler of Los Angeles has arrived here to he with her mother, Mr, Ernest Autry, vvhc Is seriously 111. while here, she also will be the guest of her parents-, in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lencleimle Fowler. Mrs. T. R. Pinckney and Mrf. Herbert, L. Klowe, both of Little , 0 , Rock and formerly of Blytheville, Church WL ' rc euests of friends here this PT.4 last nlglil in the High Scho:ji : " 1C bridegroom attended Hlytli?- —••"—- ' vlllc High School. He is a veteran Af another pr.rb of the program I or .three years Naval service in Hi? a Choral Club made up of all the Pacific Theater. ii\tji grade boys of Blythevitlo ' ' ... schools prawnled three arrange- Methodist WomCn laerts Thsir voice training Is • un- im-l with Mrs. K. L. aind'iiih Moiidny weekend. Mrs. p'inck.ney "formerly anerimon at lir-r liome for. n 'Ijusl-- wns connected with the Child Wei • which Miss ni'sn session, duvln.. Lilliiin ' Piiltrrson di;;cuss2d Chrir.tian Tmnucr." The uroiip voted to meet ever; Monday durin/f. Lenl and refrain :r,'in M;: vim; refreshmeiits. It" W a s ulso (bi-idcd to siionsor World IJav of Prayer to br: held at the Christian Church w!lh thij Hev • ', T Lawroiice, pastor of pj rs t I'ros'by ' i.urlan Ciiurcli, as tlie speaker. At (he; tlow 0 ; a (acini hoiir, the iKistcss served a t:l >.!ad plate. fare office here and Mi.s. Rlowe Is •-The " IB f° rmer Miss Medrlth Mancoci: Mrs. O. A. Gbrlcw spendiiiit Mrs. Madeline Campbell was the . , .speaker at (he Missionary Society which this weekend in Memphis with 1 •Mi. Corlcw, who Is undergoing ipi'rilcal treatment. . Mrs. Charles Rose of Roseland is visiting in Faycttevllle for a few . Miss Nancy Ann Hughes Is the guest of Miss Huth Morgan of Wilson. Mrs. C. W. Affllclc will arrive to- ight from Charlotte, N. C accompanied by her mother. Mrs T. Mrs. Ed Hostess I 111: ]- Wiih Bridge Luncheon . , n .. of Mrs. n.iiph Hen-y- Have J rogram Meet ! . . ma? For yesterday's program, Mrs. W 33 Cobb Ud the group and Mrs. Ben-yman was accompanist. A; candle-light coreinony was per formed as a tribute to PTA Found Mrs. Phebie-'Appsrson Hurst. In the attendance contest, OSGKOLA. Ark., Feb. lg.--M ri ' Ed Quiim wns lioKl?:,s to eiaht miests j with a bridge luncheon Friday nt. I hi.-i- home on West Sc'imnes. i Mrs. Dwijiht Blackwood won hluh The Woman's Society of Clirlst-1 score prixe and second went to Mio inn Service of Lake Street Metlui-. J. L. Wnrd. th'st Chinch Inid" i\ meeting yestcr- | • , n I tc T,?.°, n , al l " c llo '" c or Mrs .Pianht and Vocalist ~-- "" " witmilt lu L i n i-UUIltl- crs Mrs Alice McLean Bireny and Geoige Shanks. '-tn-ii """ "' -'' • ,Mrs. VI. B. Mayo was chairman Will Present first °f- H* G program, which had rncej prize of -55 was awarded Central School nnd second prize of $3 to Ya.rbro School. Trace are Elected To! Auxiliary Offices f>!is L. 'S. Hr.rtzoB was elected usd p-esident of the Woman's AtjMlHrv of First Pi-cstyterinii Church at a meeting yesterday ai- tci »oon at the, church. Ohei officer? eleoted were Mrs. En\in Jones;'."secretary, and Mrs. •WiUard H. ,Bease, treasurer.' Mrs. E R Ls«cas!iire, Mrs. H. G. Wiok- hai«i and Mrs. W. F, Whltner olli- cia t ed as tellcis for 'the election. relations us theme. .Assisting .' LUXORA. Ark.. la -Corliss ...... ........ .... ji,, t...^...... -....^.o^.'.n uuj\\ji\t\, J\IK i'Cu 1 la _ Corliss her were Mrs. Jon Strickland. Mrs. Arnold, pianist, ;11K! Thomas Mills' H. .JH. B'evins, MK Billy King. lonor v6cnlhL of HondrT" College Mrs. Leon oshorcr, Mrs. D0!i Lulz, Conway, will present a recl'al in ' Audltori- arof cf ,, Mt , O). Willford was for refreshments. Entertain at Luncheon OSCEOI.A. Ark., Feb. 18.— Mrs Donald Worm Mrs. Iinrt'4111 Banks entertained at the homo ol Mrs. Wertv. Friday with n luncheon. • Flowers and fern formed the dln- thg. room centerpiece. Mrs:. Harry Driver won high scoiv; prize and Mrs. Joe Cramer, second. in bridge games. Mills Is a-senior In th n college. Dr. WMS Meeting Held At, Baptist Criiirch » i • A P_ P«y_al Service -.program on .JCT's and Araiis was} presented at the meeting of Hit Woman's Mls- ^i?! ar ^ ' S0=lcty of - Pirst Baptist, Church yesterday afternoon at the ehur ]) Mrs H. E. VanHooser led the proeram which Circle Two hart of - Mrs - °- Murra - -nd -Ms. Snciijourne Brewer discussed tcpics relative to the pro- Ernrri theme. "Jeivs and Arabs" was Mrs. Jewel's sublet, and Mrs. ° mar - dis:usse<I. "Palestine lor V>firi-St, Ms wo-.th HolcJer; sang "Di^ ims Hoase, ' acrampanieti by Mrs. Mrs ' E ' F 'study. . Blomeyer iMirlon Williams, president "•- -session with repeating ford and Mrs. Tom icteon led the opening prayer prayers during the Program ,1™, x.. . M ,j s c ,,, dcl|a W| , : Bfytheville People* Attend Ice Follies among who attended Coining Events TUESDAY Business \VJniorTs c:rcic o; B.iptist Church meelini; with Edna Nies. 7 o'clock. THURSDAY ONB club meeting with Mrs. Boyce Moore. FRIDAY ' Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting n t the clubroom, 2.-30 o'clock. CBC Club meets with Mr;, n. A. Copeland. Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley host and" hostess to the past, Matrons and Past Patrons of Ihe Order ol the | Eastern Star, entertaining with covered dish .snijrr'r Fridav 7 n tn Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Evans arc 3:1 Eist Kentucky St Couple Observes Golden Wedding Today At Home -- '--J "Ill^lL JIIUl , |H the Methodist church Monday nf- t<'i:-oon. There were. M inernbcj-s Mrs. Roland iiuolhc. president. Ivir; made pinns for tour lessons on' topic -Study on Alcoholism ••' BAPTIST' Circle One and Circle Two of Firs' .Baptist Church, had. :i joi)H-meet- >!>K for "itoynl- Service" Moiuliiy uftcriidon at the Baptist Church. Mrs. o. K. D.>au wns the 'lead'eiv Mrs. A. F Citecoe K avc the clevo- tiuna and Mi. ; . B. E. Moore gave u talk on "The Jews and- Arabs " Circle Two prepared the refreshments of open faca .sandwiches cakes and tea. ^ The GL-orge Washington blvthdiw' inolit wns carried out with n. trc" ilccor.tUon In red gum drops to represent a cherry tree. 1'HESBYTEIIIAN Members of the Auxiliary o f the Presbyterian Church held their las' meeting for the church year, when' Mrs. w. J, Driver, who was In' clinme of the program, made n talk on "Knowing Our Church." A dessert course was served at the c.use of the meeting ClIlHSTM^r -. Mrs. L. u. still was hostess at her J home Monday afternoon to trip I Christian Workers of the Christian, church, when new officers' wer" . ..-,, I Complete Beauty Service \ j from head tfl foot! ! ' | J Tlie Rcvlon Line i , including the new ' I "CERTAINLY RED" I J —AURttEA DUVAl— • ; COUNTODRE 1 — J 1 DERMETTCS ( Suavo for men anil women J THE BEAUTY BAR | CI.ENCOE HOTEL Phone 3202 J ., . ,. s Mcmmojis, 'wrio .will visit here met : in for a few weeks. They will be met ' "" '' " today quietly at their licnie, &34 Lumerhte. just as they would any other day. But it isn't "Just any other" day for them. K Is one filled with memories of !iU years ago when they '3c:amc man and wife. J Their wedd'ing $\vas soScmni/?d : iii a simple ceremony Feb. 18, IHy'i,] hi Wickliffe, Ky., by n Baptist ' minister as Miss Gallic Byrn, 20. | and Joe W. Evans. 25. spoke llic age-old words of matrimony and looked 'lot-ward- to'the days ahead On this Fib. IB of I847, they IOOK back to their wedding day with fond memories, but they are sliil locking forward to tomorrow, 'me;; are still active ami in good health! and although they 1 have three children and three grandchildren, they are to each other, still orlde and .bridegroom, Their children, Jewell Dilldim, Be:nice Evans and Joe B. Evnns, and grcnri=hildren, Anna Dilldim, Joe Dilldim and Ann Evans, maKe their horiie in Blythcviitp. in Memphis by Mr. Affllck. Mrs. Baker Wilson Is visltinn Iri Memphis. Dr. und Mrs. C. .E. Wilson nnd daughter, Mrs. Russell Man- have At The Hospitals TUESDAY/ KEBKUAKY 18, 10-17 elected to serve year. Those the coinin:; WAIXS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mr,s. V. L. Meadows, city. Mrs. Alma Murrell, Carutliorsvillc Mo. Mrs. Cardinal Smith. Holland, Mo Mrs. R. E. Bell and baby, city BLVTHKVILLJ-: HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. w. I,, Smith, Armorel ClmrJas Cnrey, Monlln / . Becky Lynn Dooley. city. Shirley Snyder, city. Mrs. G. e. Stevens, city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Admitted: •••••-• Mrs, Theodore Logan, Blytheville. Atlolph Meyers, Blytheville METHODIST HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Admitted: Mrs. R. A. Hollingcr, Luxora McI.eiVIOKE CLINIC, MEMPHIS Admitted: Gnrtwrlglit, Joiner. returned home nftor, a month'J"visi'J ni Riverside, and points in California. Dr. and' Mrs. Wilson went (o Lax- Vegas, Los Angeles, San Fran-! Cisco and were guests of Dr. J R McDaiilel, formerly of Blytheville. i Mrs. Marr vislUxl in Los Angeles and Hollywood.- The three toiirod Salt Lake.city, Boulder Dam and other points of interest before returning home. Mis s Evelyn Blythe has returned home after having been the guest of her slstor, Mrs. -Ralph L. odley, and DI-. Odley, in Lexington, Ky. ' Before returning home. Miss Blythe also visaed eight-year-old Martin McA.uliffe, student, at, Mijlersbwg Military Institute, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R^ VanPatten and Mr. and Mrs. James Lunsford have returned, home after • can, who visited friends and rela- I lives heie during the weekend, hav« ! gone to West Palm Beach, Fia., w)iere he has been transferred from Tct>;kj. Kans. He is In the Hut, for regular business session. Parent - Teacher Association of Burdette School meeting tomorrow afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the Meetings American Legion Auxiliary meet- i Ing tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at The ni Air school. Chora) Society meeting tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the Woman's club. Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on disp/ay at THE TOT SHOP 105,8. 2ml: Phone 2:! elected were Mrs. Bruci deiit; Mrs. Joe Clay Youiitt H/iril • x*>. . TT -"»,»., . u ^^.i k ,. L gutaia IIL meinpniK —- £ 5r^i.^i«^^L^ra^: nnd _ , , • -• • : * *•-»*«. i_u-.ii», Ljuiisiurd antl Ml" Still, reporter and , and Mrs. Et! Lunsford. while there. publicity chairman. , , At the. close of the. meeting, coca- 11 coins and sandwiches were served. I Stair aergi. and Mrs.'Lee Dun-. TURKISH BATHS ,vyarm,.invigorating ami really a wander worker, that's what you'll say about these wonderful turk- ish baths at Artie's Bc.iuty shop. You will feel better Instantly and lose poundage so easily and so fast—you'll be amazed as will your friends! it's a turkish bath at Artie's for real results! ARTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 No. Second Phone 3302 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. uncl Sun. Barjruln Nijjht Every Night Exci-jil Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at thb Roiy. I'uenctav FliATIJRE MARU MONTEZ J0*l HALL TUBHAH Gto«Gf zucco UDY OO'1H[ noun WARWICK A UNIVERSAL PICTURE F 1 n "«'/ ^ harle s J r - Mr. and L'iiS k«h Sf 50 " 1 Mr ' aild M"- HWinwn ,^ atl<1 Mrs ' W - c - •K^^s^rH^ "*"* ^° ^ooKr^' ° nd Mrs E r - and Afrs. .7 Harmon Taylor Lone Oak Club Meets With Mrs. J. O. Huey The Lone Oak Home Demonstration aVub met Frtriny with Mrs. J. O. Hucy as hostess and Miss Corn Lee coleman as co-hostess for an day meeting and covered dish luncheon. Husbands were invited. After opening prayer, led by Mrs. Glen Alexander, Mrs, R. K. Davis spoke on "Better Homes". The scripture was read by Miss j Porn Lee Coleman and closing rayer by Mrs. H. L. BaldriBC. | Read Courier News Wans Ads. ford. •s. Lin M . n nr" «- James LUHS- Rlnk5 ' M'- ^a Robinson, Mr and Mrs Patten and other! ale U. S. Verified Oklahoma : Alfalfa Seed And Plenty of Ogden §oybean Seed I~ R. MattHtws Gin Co. ARK. 7Z7 316 WEST MAN ST lliamnnils STORES IN BLYTHEVILLE, MEMPHIS flND I Kathryn Fisher. has purchased Uindys' Beauty S and win continue to operate shop under that name. We invite you to visit our sho any time for all your beauty need-;. We specialize tn facials, pcrmanesits and sets. Call us now for PDintment the a.1 ap- All the Latest Hair Creations APPOINTMENTS For Nights by Phone LANPYS' 2003 W. Main St. BEAUTY SHOP Phone 3990 Rilz Theatre, Blylheviile, Continuous Showing 2:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. BIG DAYS Tues.-Wed.-Thurs.-Fri., February 18-19-20-21 BELOVED MELODIES! COME / SWANEE/ YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU /MAMMY LEE /APRIL SHOWERS./1 WANT A GIRL / RAINBOW 'ROUND Y THE LIGHT Of tHE SILV'RY MOON TOOT, TOOT, TOOTSIE PICTURES presents PARKS' EVELYN XEYES WILLIAM OEMARES1 • BILL GOODWIN ty Sleplien lonfitfttt Dir«tl»d SKOtSXy • AlFlfH. GBfEH 4 Shows Doily at 2:00 P.M. - 4:20 P.M.- 6:45 P.M. - 9:05 P.M. Coming Soon to the Ritz ™ . HEARTBEAT with Ginger Rogers ERC i!: R ^t? T With . K8thori "« H«P»»«m gnd Robert Taylor KENNY with Rosalind RumM and Alexander Knox

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