The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 21, 1945
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER HEW3 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1045 Mi'ss Marjorie Warren Becomes Bride of Lieut. Harry Newton Whitis Miss Marjorie Warren, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Fred Warren, became the ..bride of- Lieut.*,Harry Newton Whitts',' United States Ar- iiiy> of Baltimore, Md., and Greenfield, Tenn., in an impressive candlelight .ceremony solemnized yesterday afternoon, 5 o'clock, nt First Methodist Church. \!/?)\e Rev. S, fr "Wilted, pastor, officiated at the double ring'cere- mony ' before - a large ; number of - *..^ entire chancel of the church! Kinked in Southern sinilax, was decorated by tall floor baskets of Easter lilies interspersed with wrought iron candelabra In which cathedral tapers burned. Twin vases of Easter lilies were used on-either fide of the chancel, with low bouquets of double white stock flanking the step leading to tlie chancel. A tree of woodwardia fern and white gladioli stood directly behind the white satin kneeling b'ench decorated with a clivUer of while hyacinths. i.Aisle, posts holding -tall white tapers, weru entwined with ivy and ,) tied with sprays of white stock niul :! white satin ribbons., . '•A program of music was .presented, by'Mrs. Murray Smart, organist by gleaming taiwrs In silver can- aei'abra. The fom 1 corners of the table were marked with pulf.s of innllne centered with white valley lilies and hyacinths. A large white bowl of snapdragons, carnations and roses were used on the buffet and floor baskets of Easter lilies arranged In the rooms, with twin vases of white snapdragons used In the llvlns room. Mrs. Doyle Henderson served at the refreshment table, and assisting in entertaining were Mrs. R. A Porter, Mrs. Coleman 3. Stevens Mrs. John R. McDonald, Miss Joan , Mrs, Jamfs nml Mrs. T. R. . Gwyn of 'Memphis, Terry of New York, Johnson. Mrs. Warren and Mrs. W. H. Whitis of Greenfield, mother of the bridegroom, wore corsages o[ orchid?. Lieutenant and Mr.s. Whills left. later In the evening for a weddinc trip before going to Baltimore to mnke their home while he Is stationed there. For traveling, the bvlde wore a toast wool Spring suit with tonst accessories, "and a top coat of powder blue wool, Her corsage was ot orchids. Vliss Jeaneltc J, Helm Weds F-0 J. G. McCollam Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Jennctte J. Helm, daughter of Mrs. Hissa Helm, to Plight OfTIcer James G. McCol- Inin of Blytheville Army Air Field and Bcechhurst, N. Y., son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh McCollam of Beechhurst. The wedding occurred Sunday nt the post chapel, with Chaplain George Marrs reading the single ring rites. Mrs. Jean Davis, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor wearing a two piece suit of gok wool with brown accessories and n corsage of while carnations. The bride chose a two piece suli of soft blue with Ijrown necessaries and a corsage of deep red rosebuds Lieut. George Murphy served n >cst limn. Plight Officer McCollam nnd hi bride are making their home tcm !>orarlly with Mrs. Helm prior t leaving soon for Fort Myers, Fla where he will be stationed for fui thcr training. He has been at th local airfield montlis. for the past thre ifiid Mrs. Worth D. Holder, vocalist-. I Other out-of-town guests here !*Mrs Smart's numbers included for the wedding Included Mr •'O Perfect Love", Burleigh; "Vene-, Whitis. father of the bridegroom • tlaii Love Song", Nevins; "Ro- Mrs. M. D. Whllts. nnd Mrs. Rob- rriance", Liszt, with Liszt's "Ueber- ert W. Brandon Jr., all of Grccn- slraum" ; played < during the ex- field. Mrs. Bcrley Gwyn ol Mem- change of vows. Mrs. Holder sang phis, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lee of "Ah. Sweet'Mystery of Life 1 ' by Dyersburg. Mrs. D. C. Warren, Mrs. Victor Herbert, and ""I Love Thee", I,. !,. McDearman nnd Mrs. E. S. bv Grieg. The traditional wedding Cvlliflcid, all of Hnlft, Tcnn., nnd marches .were used as'processional Mrs. C. fi. Layman of Memphis. ; and recessional, •• - w !| I '.Mrs. smart wore a frock of whito Celebrates 7lh Birthday • flowered crepe with a cluster of ' blue iris in her hair, and Mrs. Haider's dres~> was of blue and Annual Flower Banquet Is Given At Hotel Noble white '•"jersey with a chitfon skirt, per • corsage was .of white carnations. -. Dresses of the bride's attendants were fashioned alike of Alice blue silk net with drop shoulder effect. ; Yokes of the dresses isnd the short, |; shirred sleeves, were outlined with $ny double ruffles of self material. The bodices were closely fitted, oul- ifned ot the hipllnc with tiny ruffles, with double bouffant skirts of Jeanette Cobb celebrated her seventh birthday yesterday afternoon when she entertained 18 boys and girls at her home on Cherry Street. The children spent several hours playing games, in which prizes were won by Kay niackard and Mnvy Jnne White. After the gifts were opened. Ihe guests gathered around the dining room table, on which the large white birthday cake was placed, and sang "Happy Birthday." silk net. ,* They carried arm bouquets of yellow iris and yellow freeaas tied with yellow'salin ribboirs and wore yellow iris in.their hair. ? Mrs. Cecil James of Greenfield, sjster of the bridegroom, served as rnatron of honor,-and Mrs. Eugene Ice cream and cake were served by Jeanellc's mother, Mrs. Mclba Cobb, and her grandmother, Mrs. Oscar Alexander. • » • Business Women Meet Members of the National Junk Garden Club of Blylhevllle Hig School held their annual flow banquet Inst nlglil, 1:30 o'clock, nt Hotel Noble, in celebration ol the first day of Spring. The five bnnt]ucl tables at which the members and their guests were Edited, were decor nld with low bowls of mixed Spring blossoms. Interspersed with pink candles In crystal holders. During the three course dinner an Informal program on Ihe theme, "An Old Fashioned Garden," was presented. Following the Invocation, given by Miss Shirley Barhnin, an address of welcome wns given by Miss Pandora Whltworth. with lhc response made by Jimmy Strickland Others parllclpalliiK on Ihe nro- pram were Miss Betty Bhick, Miss Frances Shouse, Miss Wnndn Bar- Miss Ivn Seay, Miss Pandora Whitworth nnd J. E. Hnrri- nnouncc Birth Of Son Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Davis of ansas City, formerly of Blythe- llc, are the parents of n son born undny nt St. Vincent's Hospital ierc, The child has been named arl Meyer. The Davlses have another son, nrl Jr., wiio is 12. • * • Officers Are Elected Mrs. C. R. Pcnn will serve as pres- ilcnl of Lanfjc Parent Teacher As- ocintlon during the 19-15-48 school car, having been eleclcd to that osltlon nt n meeting held yesterday afternoon at thu school. She vill succeed Mrs. Cody Eaton, presi- lent at this time. Philip J. Deer, Mississippi County supervisor of schools, whs guest speaker nt the meeting, dlscuss- ng the history of education in Arkansas, nnd what n rounded out ed- .icatlona) program meant to tht youth of the nation. Mrs. \V. B. Mayo presided ove the business session when new offi cers elected in addition to Mrs 1'enn were Mrs. Paul Jobe, first vie president; Mrs. L. S. Bcnlsh, secon vice president; Mrs. Rupert Graf ton, secretary; Mrs. Harold Sudbury treasurer. In the room count, Miss Ann Tandy's fourth grade nnd Mrs. Ei leen Clements' third grade, tied To first prize for having the Inrges percentage of mothers in atlenc ancc. sealed for the program.. Participating were Mrs. W. E. Hucliuiiiin, Mrs. N. E. BrighanVMrs. H \, Chambers, Mrs. W. F. Cope- la'nU Mrs. H. G. Cash, Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. H. H. Brooks, Mrs. H K Graham, Mrs. Pearl Hires, Mrs Roy Head, Mrs. Jim Henderson Mrs'. Harry Frllzlus, Mrs. Matt MoniiBlia". Ml 'S. Floyd Simpson, Mrs. J ]| Hceman. Mrs. W. W. Watson, Mrs C. E. Wilson, Mrs. W. J. Wuticlcrllch, Mrs, E. E. Stevens and Mrs. Mack Morris. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor ol the church, closed the discussion with a talk on the topic, "is Wai Ever Necessary?" Mrs. E. C. Brown was in charge of the music for the afternoon. son. Bits of News' Mostly; Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. A. O. Hudson ha\ as their guest for several days, li ilcce, Mrs. Freddie Flanders of Ch cngO- j M. Stevens of Dell is Improvii at Memphis Baptist Hospital whe he has been n patient for the pa several weeks following nn.opcr tion. He expects to lie able to brought home Sunday, and his wi and daughter, Miss Martha Fra s Stevens plan to go to Memphis or lilm. reel). Scrgt. and Mrs. Loren Houg- id of Louisville, Ky., will arrive days a[ night to spend their furlough client. her mother, Mrs. John Buch- lan, and her sister, Miss Ann uchanan. Mrs. Hougland was Mis,s my Jo Buchanan Ijcfore her rent marriage. Mrs. H. L. Kuester and children errie and David, of Marlon, Ind. ave arrived to visit her sister, Mrs . G. Reichel and Mr. Rcichel. Mrs. James B. Clark, who has been in Minneapolis, Minn., for the ast several weeks, will undergo an iperalton Saturday at Saint Bar abus Hospital there. Mrs. G. V. Daws and son, Ver ion Daws, spent Monday nnd Tues day In Memphis, where he consulte ils specialist. Mrs. B. A. Lynch led this after icon for Searcy, Ark., where she wil spend the remainder of the week a the guest of her sister and othe relatives. Sandra Long, daughter of M nnd Mrs. Toby Long, Is ill at h home on Davis Avenue. Mrs. C. R. Layman of Memph is the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Hubbard and family, having come up especially to attend ,the wedding )h!s Baptist Hospital where she IBS been a patient following an jeralion which she underwent 10 lys ago. Her condition Is cx- At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: John Farley, Dell. Eddie Vinson, Lllbourn, Mo. V. C. Colbut, Osceola. M. II. Cox, Hermondale, Mo. Everett Frazler, Hermondale, Mo. Jolcnc Jackson, Stecle, Mo. Dismissed: J. w. Booker, city. James wells, Luxora. James Brown, Holland, Mo. lima Nell Bowers, Dell. Ulythcvillc Hospital Admitted: Violet Ruth Pligh, Luxora. Mrs. F. A. Dyer, city. Dismissed: Mrs. J. T. Hughes, city. Mrs. Strccty Young, Stcele. Mo. Memphis Bajilist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. S. B. Patlon. city. Coining Ev'^ THURSDAY ••' . G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. John Brillhcart. Mrs. Russell Phillips entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. ' •Thursday Bunco Club meeting will) Mrs, Forrest Moore. Mrs. G. E. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract Club., Mrs. C. F. Tucker entertaining Octette Luncheon Club at home of Mrs. W. A. Afflick. Pathfinders Class of First Methodist Church meeting with Mr. and. Mrs. Vance Henderson, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Mi's. Ebb Reynolds entertaining Initial Club. Woman's Club meeting for covered dish luncheon at home of Mrs. Russell Barham. 1 p.m. yesterday afternoon of Miss Majoric Warren to Lieut. : Harry Newton Whitis. Mrs. Layman .formerly lived in Blytheville. • Mils Cllffie Webb returned home yesterday afternoon from Mem- Meelings There will be a regular meeting of Chickasawba Lodge No. 134. F. & A, M., tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at the hall. The first degree will be conferred, it was announced by H, R. Aikcn, worshipful master. Sl'AKTANS STAY NORTH EAST LANSING—For the third time since 1923. Michigan Stale College will forego its southern baseball trip. Women in your •fold Service Program A Royal Service Program was ylv- ;n by members of Circle Three of he Women's Missionary Union of ?lrsl Baptist Clmrcli at the ineet- ng Monctny afternoon at tne cliurch, with all circle members imrllctpat- LllR. A long "pence Inblc" was arranged nround which circle members were Special guesls for the bannue were Supl. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson, Miss Rosa Hnrdv, Miss Eflte. Lee Terrell, Miss Cecil Cnssidy and Miss Luna B. Wllhelm, club spoil- Mrs. H. C. Blnnkenshln wns nos- of the Double O Club and one other Miss Delia Purllc continued the study on the book, guest, Mrs. John Ben Bomar of Cincinnati, Ohio, houseguest of hei i parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore business ses-1 j on q u i] s n , K j other Spring ilowerK ""..™ el!U " g WBS I decorated the entertaining rooms where the bridge tables were nr- scrvcd at lhc conclusion of the gnmcs in which Mrs. Boono was high nnd Miss Mary Spain Usrcy Miss Willa Mae Johnson enler- I second high. (y Jane Martin and Miss Martha Frances Stevens, were .bridesmaids. .' Judith Lancll Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr., as flower girl, wore an Alice blue i , silk net dress in miniature, design f,°" rt l th ,j rc , 0 1)nu , cr Of the bridesmaid's dresses with c "?™ *' clicle prnjcr. ' a spray of yellow' freezlas in her f ^ >'»f» [f wcl ' c scrvc(1 d « rtn " ranged. hair. She .carried -a satin flower ™ socliu noltlr - , , 1 A dessert course with codec was | basket of yellow rose petals which she scattered in the path of the Informal Dance Given bride. V The bride, given, in ninrriage by ..._„ ,.^ her father, wore an old fashioned I taincd 00 guests" at nn informal s.atin brocade wedding dress with nimce Saturday night at the Amer- drop shoulders and a yoke of sheer | can Legion Hut marquisette outline in, Venetian A g rEC n and white color scheme Chantilly lace. The long fitted in. keeping with the St. Patrick's sleeves ended in Calla Illy points I Day holiday was used both In the over the hands. The bodice, close- lounge and in the ballroom where ly fitted, flared into a very full guc <ts danced during the evening, ^kirt extending into n train. Hand candy, cookies nnd iced drinks made bows of self material werei Uvcre served.", Used to/ornament the skirl. I chnuerones for the evening In- j. Her .veil of imported bridal il-1 eluded Mrs. N. W. Tranthnm, mo- lusion : fell -In tiers from a tiara ther of the hostess, Sergt. Lew of Chantilly lace trimmed with Gene Johnson, her brother, Pfc. clusters of orange blossoms. Max Reed, Mrs. Virginia Bennett ; She. carried an .arm bouquet of 1 and Miss Mildred Long. Philanopis orchids, stephnnotr/-, bouvardia and valley lilies, lied | with 'satin brocade ribbon. '" Lieut. Philip Barton Harris of .Washington, b. C., served as best man. with Capt. William Fisher of Memphis, Dr. Robert W. Brandon Jr., and Cecil R. Jarnes, both of Greenfield. Euel Glenn Stokes of Wayfield, Ky., J. Mell Brooks Jr., . and Colcmnn S. Stevens as ushers. '• Immediately following .the wed- Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9 to 12 O'clock In the Beautiful BLUE ROOM of the » HOTEL NOBLE Admission 6flc Incl. Tax. LADIES ADMITTED ONLY WITH ESCORT -Spails Sleep Tonight ^ „ ., ^ ..... YouMl like the way oing ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. War- Va-tro-nol works right ten entertained with a reception all where trouble Is to Iheir home for members of the bridal party and out-of-town open up nose-relievo stufTy transient congestion. (Alsogrand for ?~"~--. ..; , , .. , ,..\ relievlns;snlffly.sncezy, i. The. bride's table, covered with stuffy distress of B cut-work cloth, was centered j head colds.) Follow with a tiered wedding cake, sur- j directions in folder, founded by clusters of while gar-/ 'denias' and bouvardia and flanked Have Plow Points, Busters, Sweeps SHARPENED NOW! Modern Equipment, Expert Blacksmiths Acetylene & Electric Welding Truck Motors Rebored & Rebuilt Delta implements, Inc. .'! The New York Store K Crawford Service Station S. Division & City Limits — Phone 921 We Coll For and Deliver Cars! Specialists' In— • .Greasing -Tire Repairs - Washing HIGHWAY "MAFS .FOR ALL BORDERING STATES We're » few sets .of scat covers left. W. R. "BtTT Cnwford J, L. 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