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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 19, 1949
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' PAGE FOUR RIA'THEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1049 Society, J\lewA> Amelia Saliba, Society Editor f Thone 4'IC1 lyliss Cole Becomes Bride XDf .William Max Stewart ; Mr.and Mrs. B, P. Cole of Jonesboro announce the marriage ol their daughter, Miss Frankle Marie Cole, to Wilson Max Stewart, son o( Mr. and Mrs. William Max Stewart, Sr., of Osceola, at the Unity Baptist Church, Jonesboro, Sunday at two .o'clock in the afternoon. '•; : The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Raymond Hcnson before the church altar decorated with baskets filled with purple iris, lilacs, and bridal wreath, against a background of palms and candlelight from tall stalely tapers burning In wrought Iron candelabra. ' Miss Mary Exm Murphy of Jonesboro, cousin of the bride, and Mrs Truman Barter of Osceola lighted Uie candles. Miss Murphy wore a 'pink afternoon dress nnd Mrs. Barber a navy and while dress of crepe complemented with pink shoulder Corsages. A program of wedding music was presented by Mrs. John Andrew Edrington of Osceola, pianist, am Mrs Paul Smith of Jonesboro, vocalist. Mrs. Edrlnston played the wedding marches, "Trimmer!" by Schuman, and Mrs. Smith sang "I Love You Truly" by Bonds and Tendered n musical reading "How I Love Thee" by Browning. Soft strains of "Clair de Lunc" by DeBussey was heard during the exchange of vows. ; Miss Mildred Cole of Jonesboro. sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. She wore a dress of lavender crepe and used while as the accessories and a corsage of pink carnations, The bride who was given In marriage by her father, chose an original two piece snit of white " sharkskin designed with a slim skirt and coat with belted effect In the back ending in a short peplum. She wore a white flowetd hat of summer straw and a lavender orchid was pinned to her-shoulder. Her only ornament was a string ol pearls belonging to her mother. Mr. Stewart served his son best man. The ushers were Byron F. Cole, brother of the bride, of -Jonesboro, and James Harvey Stew r art, brother of the groom, ol Osce- •° Mrs. Cole, mother of the brlrte Vote a two piece dress in navy blue ' accented with touches of white anc •white accessories. The groom'5 • mother wore a gray and white print jd silk and matching accessorie. ~T,-ith pale pink carnation corsages Following the ceremony a rcc Option was held at the home the bride's parents. The bridal tabl was overlaid with lace cloth center : : ed with a tiered cake encircled will lavender lilacs nnd grcnery. Whit tapers in crystal holders were placed at each end of the table. Other decoration used In the'home were lilacs and iris arranged in crystal bowls. • •' Following the reception the couple left for a short wedding trip and will return to Osceoln'to make their home where both are employed. Out oC town guests from Osceola who attended include Mr. and Mrs. William B. Stewart, Roy Mnrdaugh Mr. and Mrs. Trumuu Barber, and ,Mrs. M. E. Kee, grandmother of -. the bride. Miss Gcldrcicli Is Wed To Marion Lee Painter In a setting of flowers and candlelight. Miss Gloria Jeanne Gokl- reich, daughter of Roland W. Goldrcic" became (he bride of and Mrs. of O.scc-ola. Marlon Lee Painter, son o! Mr. and Mrs. Joseph It. Painter ol St.-Charles, Mo., at Ihe First Methodist Church Friday, at G in the evening. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. II. J. Couchman betore iho church chancel dec- oraled with baskets filled with white gladioli, against a background of Southern smllax. Cathedral la- pei's burning In branched wrought iron candelabra cast a soft glow for'the wedding party. Miss Ruth Lee Eikner of O.weola lighted the crmdlcs. She wore a suit of light blue wool and used grey reptile as her accessories'. A program of nuptial music was presented by Roy L. Ware, pianist and Miss Jo Ann Limey, vocalist, both or Osreoln. The numbers in eluded the traditional wedding marches and Miss Lnncy sang "The Lord's Prayer" by Malotte and Love You' Truly" by Bonds and "Cl.irc nc Mine" by ncbuswy was hoard during Ihe ceremony Miss Lancy chose a dress of black taffeta uilh ' prem .iccents. The feminine members of the wedding parts wore identical hair arrangements of pink carnations. Miss Lita Vac Lannum. Osceola the maid of honor and the ride's only attendant. She was rcsscd In brown suit and matching cc cssories. The bride. Riven In marriage b icr tnther. was attired In a two riccc suit of champagne and browi vool, designed with a lilted coat •She. wore matching accessories anc coronet hair arrangement of ycl ow roses and lilies of Ihe valley. Harry D. Paulas or Osceola sew ' Bits ol News Methodist W. S. C. S. Meets in Circle Groups The Women's Society of Christian Set vice of (lie First Methodist. Church met In circle grouj)s yesterday foi a program meeting. Circlr; One met at the home ol Mrs. Hay Hall with 16 members attending. The devotional was given by Mr."--. John Foster with Mrs. Jack Flniey Robinson teaching the study. CirclL Two im.'i with Mrs. J. L Verhoeff Mrs. Roland Green Mrs. M. O. Usrc.v is spending sev- •ral diiys In Wnlis. Miss,, as guest >f her daughter. Mr.s. Odcll Snn- Icrs nnd Mr. Sanders, alter ac- lomnaiiylne them home Irom ilylheville where Ihty were her veekencl guests. Miss Betty Black, student at Vim- clerbllt University, Nashville, Term.. spent, the Easier holidays here her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F, E. Illack. Ross Dillon Hushes will leave to- norrow lor Corpus Christl, Texas, where he will participate hi the wedding Saturday of Miss Alice Kleb-rK or Corpus Chrlsll, lo Dick Reynolds of Dallas. Mr. Reynolds ami Mr Hughes were roommates hoth lit Kemper Military Academy. Booncvillc. Mo., and al University of Texas. Mr. IKiRhes nl™ will attend as co-hostes.s. There were nine members pio.senl. The study was laiiuht Ijy Mr.s Hugh Whlt-sitt and Mr.i. Verhonfl. Mrs J A. Bryant was hostess to men bers oi Circle Three with Mrs. Mary Henley as Circle Pour met for their study at £K l homo of Mr.s. Ray Price. Mrs W T. Ohcrst was hostc.-s to Circle five with Mrs. Charles Wyllr as co-ho.slc.^s. There were clsht nicir.berfi pi-e.sejil. Mrs. IT. H. Stout taiiflit (he study with Mr.s. H. N. Whtlis offering llic devotional Cirrlc Six ine t at Ihe home of Mr.s. Chira Davis with 10 members attt-jidiivj. Mrs. U. S. Branson and Mrs. W. R Campbell were co-ho.s- te«c.-. The study was taught by Mrs. H. A Nelson. Refreshments were served by the hosl esses at the close of each meeting Mrs. Oi'xon Is Hostess To Armorel Baptist WMU Mrs Hugh Dixon was hostess to the Armorcl Baptist Women's Missionary Union, when they met at her home yesterday for their regular business meeting. Eleven members attended the meeting. Mrs. Henry Berry offered the opening prayer and presided over the business session, during which time i.lans were made for the Mother ?nd Daughter Banquet to be hole! for the Intermediate and Junior G, A.'s of the church. The devotional was given by Mrs. Ted Fauishl. after which Mrs. Hoy White taught the study on the book. "Community Missions." The hostess served refreshments during the social hour. The next meeting will be held May 2, at the church, when the group will hold their Royal Service program Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Circles Three and Pour ol tlie Calvary BiirJttM. Church will meet, at the church al 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Alpha Delta Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. W. H. cd Mr." Painter as main. The ishers were David PenderRrnst and Steve Ralph Jr. The bride's mother rhose a dress of na,v'v blue sheer with navy blue accessories and a corsage of white ;ardenias. After a short wedding trip Mr. iiul -Mrs. Painter will return to Osceola to make their home. Easter Egg Hunt Given Honoring Sandra Moore Sandra Moore was honored wilh an Easter Egg Hunt Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore. Six- . hoiiscparly to be given Thursday and Friday at the famor) King's Ranch near Corpus Christl, which is owned by Miss Klcburg's family. i'lc. Gordon Vance Carney has returned to his post al Channtc Field. 111., after a weekend visil here as guest ot his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L, M. Carney and his brother. Howard Carney. Mr. and Mrs. Charles ollllngslcy and daughter. Charlyn Rose, of Osceola, spent Sunday here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. C Carter. Walter Webster. Edward Webster, Mrs. C. If. nryanl nnd Mr, and Mrs. Harry White and family were In St. Louts. Mo., yesterday where I hey attended the funeral service for'pvt. Walter G. Webster Jr. Ben Bowdon, student at St. Louis University. St. Louts. Mo., returned to school Sunday nlsht after having spent the Easier holidays with his mother, Mrs. C. T. Judd ot Blvtheville. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Don Haley had as their guests over the holidays, their son, Jerry Haley, who Is a student at Arkansas State. Jonesboro and Mrs. Haley's sister. Mrs. Grover Jackson and Mr. Jackson of Eto- iviih. Condition of Miss Ann Mi-Lcori. who was admitted to Walls Hospital Friday morning, where she undcr- Junior, Adult Choirs Present Music Program The Junior Choir, fenlurliii; :t5 members of the Junior class of the first Hiiptist Church, presented special music, toRclher with Ihc adult choir made up of 30 members. the morning services Sunday •U the church. The special Easter anthem. "The Strife ts O'rc," prescnlC'i l>y the Croup, vn.s under tlic dlrcctlmi of Fral Decker, minister of music. Mrs. W. H. YarbrotiKtl. served its ortlJ'.list riilB the evening service. Mr. Becker snnp a solo, "The Holy City." The sermon topic at I he service? by Hie pastor, the Rev. E, C. Brown, was "Tiie nesurection." Each department in the Sunday School had Ilieir Easter Worshli Programs during the morning classes. Wesley an Service Guild Meets with Mrs. Bunch Mir. Milton Bunch was hostess to 17 members of the We.fleyan Server Guild oi the Yarbro Methodist Church when they met at her Home yesterday. Tht-me ot the program was, "Thu Christian Faith in Latin America." . teen guests attended the party. During the afternoon various pames were played. Gary Sparks , received the prize for finding the i most cgfis during the hunt. Pictures I were made of the group, alter which refreshments were served. Mrs. Moore was assisted In entertaining by Mrs. Grady Magcc. Dyess Senior Class To Present Annual Play DYESS, Ark.. April IS—The Oyess Senior Class, under the direction of Mrs. Lowell K. Ogden. will present n three act, mystery-comedy entitled, "Jumping Jewels," April 22 at the school. Proceeds from the play will At The Hospitals Bljthevillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. B. Hodge, city. Mrs. Roy Gaincs. city. Freddie Bourlanci, Manila. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Burl Mahan. Rt. 2. city. T. J. Howard, Leachvillc. Fred Howard, I?t. 3, city. went an emergency appendectomy, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mnhon spent Sundny In joiicslioro as guests of Mr. Mullein's parents. Mr. and Mrs. . B. Mahon. They were met there bv his sister. Mr. Robert Hawkins nivl Mr. Hnwkins and daughter of Memphis. Mrs. O J. Rodgers is visiting with her daughter. Mrs. Jackie Mitchell and Mr. Mitchell In Chicago, ill. She plans to return home Thursday of this week. Mrs. John Buchanan had as her guests over the Easter weekend, her daughter, Miss Ann Buchanan, who attends the Baptist College In Clinton. Miss., and her guests, Mr. tinri Mrs. D. W. Goodwin and daughter, Baptist Y.W.A. Meets For Regular Program The Yoims; Women's Auxiliary o the /••iril Bjptist Chiircli met 'lust night nt the church for their rcgiil- prpffram meeting. There were 11 members, one visitor and one new member, MLS.S Donna Bohan- R. present. ollouiii" the business .se.s.sion, MV.S. C. E. John.son pave the dcvo- tioral. A chapter from the study book. "Handclasps of the Americus" by Dr. Alfred Carpenter, was presented by Mrs. Russell Daugh. The up H-II.S tlismi.sse<? with prayer by Miss Nancy Damon. A social hour was held following the rrc^rr.m, iluring which time roircshnirnts were served by the hostess, Miss June Stires. Baptist W.M.U. Holds Royal Service Program The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church had their Royal Service Program yesterday at the church with 53 afr- i lending. Mr.s. Marion Williams, president pencd the meeting with a brief alk on the building program. Theme of the prograin for the ifternooi) was "Christ Is the An iWer In the Rural Community," .•ilh Mrs. Harry Brooks as leader .Irs. Marvin gave the de- 'otional, "Wily Do Von Worry." vhich was based on the Gth chap- er of Matthews. Miss Blllie Tnrck ircscntcd two vocal solos. "For the Beauty of the Earth" and "In the Old Time Way." She was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. C. M Smart. Others taking part on the program were Mrs. R. L. Thompon and Mrs. E. C. Brown. Hymns for the program were, "There Is A Fountain," "Amazing Grace" and "How Firm A Foundation." Prayers were offered by Mrs. C. L. McWaters Sr. and Mrs. Walter Bishop Refreshments were served by.the loll iwing hostesses: Mrs. Albert Enderlin. Mrs. Jim Crafton, Mrs. E. L. Crouch, Mrs. Kisie Cummins, Mrs. G. V. Da»s. Mrs. V. R. Deal, Mrs. I. L. DeShazo. Mrs. C. E. Edds and Mrs. Gene Ellis. O'Kcele Hi 2:3U |)J«. Mrs, O. W. McCutchen will be hostess to the Town and Country Club. Family Night will be held at the Firsl Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. with a covered dish supper. Thursday Mrs. J. C. Ellis will entertain the Octette Club. The Double Four Bridge Club \ ill be entertained at the home of Mrs. Lynn Brown. Mrs. Fulton Ellis will be hostess to Ihe Thursday Rook Club. The Gosnell W. B. C. S. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. for a program meeting. Mrs. Gene Ellis will be hostess to the Avalon Bunco Club. The Blythevillc Rook Club will meet at the home uf Mrs. Russell Wert. Mrs. J. J. HaiBctt will entertain the L. E. W. Club members. The Thursday Contract Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs II. W. Wylie. Mrs. Harry W. Haines will be hostess to the Mid-Week Club. Mrs. N. W. Kyle will be hostess to the Thursday Night Club. The Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist Church will mcc^ at the church at 7:30 p.m. for a pot luck supper. Friday The Past Matrons and Past Patrons club will meet at the home of Mr and Mrs. Dan Blodgett at 7:30 p.m. for a covered dish supper. Mrs L. M. Burnett will be co-hostess. The C.B C. club svill be enter, tained at the home of Mrs. Hois Mocjrc Friday Contract Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. G. O. Poctz. Mr.s. James Hoy will be hostess to the Friday Club members. Those participating on the program were Mr.s. Gene McGulre, Mrs. Dennie Hammond. Mrs. Doris Robinson, Miv,. Johnnie Johnson and Mrs. Ed Bunch. Following l'ie business session, the hostess served refreshments. W.M.U. Rally to Be Held At Manila Baptist Church 'Forward Together" Is the tl erne of the Quarterly Women's Missionary Union Rally to be held Friday at the Manila Baptist church, it announced today by Mrs. R H. Jones of Osceola, Associatlona Superintendent of womens work Conferences o n Stewardship Young People's Work. Mission Study and Community Missions wll be conducted by Mrs. W, Marioi Williams, Mrs. Mabel Lunsford o BlythevJlle. and Mrs. E. L. Steed am Mrs. Mabel Hanners of I^achville. Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood of Osceola. Districl President for Northeast Arkansas, will speak on ttie district objectives and emphasis Other numbers on the program will be given by Mrs. J. B. Wilson of Joiner: Mrs. Henry B---y of Armoiel: and Rev. C. J. Rushing of Blytheville, Associational Missionary for Mississippi County. Around 125 women from the 15 churches in the county arc expected to attend. Continuuus Shows .1 Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. «:30 p.m. Tuesday Only For the Love of Mary with Deunna Durbln and Edmund O'Brien Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Everyday Wednesday & Thursday Friday DISTrL I. ikHUCK UUUU OLIVIA de HAVILLAND -Snake Pi I DittcHd bK Produced ton LWOiE UIVAK • JtMICU Him i ICIftl i«St(l j General Meeting Is Held By Presbyterian Women The Women ol the First Presbyterian Church held their general meeting yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Ross Stevens, president, presided over the meeting, during which time various reports were heard from officers and committees. Mrs. Herman Carlton was in charge of the program and chose as her topic, "The Household of Faith." During the social hour, refreshments were served by the following hostesses: Mr.s. Farris McCalla, Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd. Mrs. T. J. Mahan and Mrs. W. C. Gates. First Baptist B.W.C. Holds Regular Meeting be in a 15 day trip to New I Miss Minnio Goodwin of Grenada. A, G. Little and Mr.s. Godfrey White of Osceola are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. W. G. Kiebler of Enid. Okla.. Business Women's Circle Eight of who has been visiting with her (he First Baptist Church met last sister, Mrs. w. F. Brewer and Dr. , nieht at the home of Mrs. Vesta Brewer, 910 Hcarn, left this morn- | Rowen with seven members at- ing for Dallas, Tex., where she will visit with her son and family for several days before returning to Enid. Civic Calendar Tuesday City Council—8:00 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiwanis Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. "Central P. T. A. Board of Executives—2:30 p.m., followed by P. T. A. meeting 3:00 p.m. Girl Scout Lone Troop—8:00 p.m Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble.—12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce membership meeting with the Board of Directors and the Education Committee—1:30 p.m Friday Boy Scout Training Course—7:30 p.m. Protest Registered MISSOULA, Mont. — A short tempered pay telephone caller here couldn't get his party. He unlimbered a pistol and peppered three shots at the telephone booth. Police are still looking for him. Lowry Crook Initiated Into Beta Nu Chapter WILSON. Ark.. April 19—Lowry W. Crook, a member oi the faculty of the Wilson High School, was in- liated into the Beta Nu Campus Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa at the University of Mississippi at a special Initiatory meeting. Phi Delta Kappa Is a professional educational fraternity for men trained In the field of education. The fraternity is committed to the scientific study of education and to tile ideals of research, service and leadership as binding upon its members individually. One theory as to why engage- merit ai.d wedding rings are worn on the third finger of the led hand is that the Egyptians believed vien ran from that finger directly to the heart. ., IMp rtltw «<tms »f MOUTHY ^ FEMALE COMPLAINTS Are you troubled by dlvtveia of remain functional p«rlo4!c dlslurb- anccs? Does tills make you sutler from pain, fee! 50 nervous, llred— »t auch times? Then DO try Lydli B. Finkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve iuch »ymptoma. Pln*hsm'» h&e a grand soothing' effect oa one of woman's most important organs! LWAE. Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Kveryday Box Office Opens 6:3t Shew Sta.ts 6:41 Opens Sunday 1:00; SlarU 1:IS Continuuus Shnws Sat. & Hun. Bargain Night Even Nl|bt Except Saturdaj No passes honored on Sand*? ftl Rox; Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday Also Selected Short* York City and Washington. D. C. Members ol the cast of the play Include: Jimmy Allen, Joyce Appling. I.aurn Summers. Mary Ellis, i Herbert Crlswcll, Pctfgy Harris. Don ] Humphries, Milton Stansbnry, Sam- niyc Gray. Ralph Thompson. Lavaria Nichols and Ivy Dale Lee. Special numbers between acts of tiic play will be a reading by NeTllip i Ward and Joyce Langdon. J. R. j Cash, a Junior, will present a vocal solo, "Trees" by Joyce Kilmer. Miss. Pfc. and Mrs. James A. Krazler, formerly of Blytheville, arc the parents of a son born April 15. at St. Mary's Hospital In Cairo. 111. The couple's first child, he has been named. James Arthur Frazier lit Mrs. Fra?.ior is the former Miss Doris' Hornback ot Charleston. Mo., and he Is the son of Mrs. Ncvill Blakemore of Blytheville. Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs. Harry \V. Haines. Mrs. Aubrey Comvay, Mrs Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Thorntng and daughter, Margo, of Houston. Tex., spent the Easter holidays with Mrs. Thorning's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Jones on Carson Lake. Mr. and Mrs. R. w. Slblcy of Comvay \vere the weekend guests of her daughter. Mrs. Mrs. Tolcr Buchanan arid Mr. Buchanan. ur Storage tending. 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