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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 26, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BIATHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1549 J\lew& Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone <HG1 Mary Ann Murray, Ralph E. Wilson Wed In Church Miss Mary Ann Murray, daughter of Mrs. Michael Joseph Murray of Nashville, Ten"., became the bride Ralph Edwin Wilson, son of Mrs. . Emmelt A. Wilson and the laic M-. Wilson ol Osceola, Saturday, 12 o'clock noon at the Cathedral of Incarnation, Nashville. The ceremony was performed by the ncv William Grannls before the church altar decorated with ttnio of white lilies and tiill stately Inp- ers !n branched candelabra, agninsi a background of greenery. The, center aisle was marked with white taper's tied with white satin bows. Mrs. C. J. Penrice, organist. an:l Ben Nance, vocalist, presented i program of nuptial music. ' The bride who was given in mnr rlage by her Mother, James Byrne Murray, wore a wedding gown of jlipper satin, fashioned with a portrait ne.-Wine, bordered with illusion. The long sleeves were petal-pointed over the hands. The full skirt was pleated r.nd fell from a fitted bodice the skirt ending into a cathedral train. Her full length veil of imported illusion fell from a coronet of corded ?atin. She carried a bridal bouquet ot lilies of the valley centered with » white orchid and wore a single strand of pearls as her only ornament. ' The ferninlne attendants were Mfas Sara Murray as the maid ol honor, sister of the bride, and matron o! honor was Mrs. Rowland Anders of Osceola. The bridesmaids •were Miss Alice Cooper, Miss Mary 'jo Davis, Miss Ann Pride, Miss Peggie McBurnelt, Miss Jean Walsh and Patricia Murray. They wore frocks of yellow marquisette designed with off-the- shoulder drape forming the short sleeves The lajnpsha< skirts fell from the filled bodice ending with » ruffle flounce. They wore bonnets of corded yellow tar leta fashioned with bows of illil- Wed In Church Rites Saturday Mrs. Ralph Edwin Wil.son of Nashville, Tenn., was belore her marriage Saturday at the Cathedral of incarnation. Nashville, Tenn., Miss Mary Ann Murray, daughter of Mrs. Michael Joseph Murray. Mr. Wilson Is Ihe son of Mrs. Kmm'cit A. Wilson and the late Mr. Wilson of Oscculu. "Farewell Party" Given At Andrew Moses Home «!on and carried colonial bouquets they of chiffon daisies lied with white j Party taffeta ribbons. ' Emmttt Wilson of Osceola served his brother as the best man. The ushers were: Robert Murray and Steve Cliff, Nashville; James Diamond, Billy Bob Mo s by, Jackson, Tenn • Ralph lawlev, Trenton; panics Frye, Springfield, Tenn.: Julian Brewer, Paris, Tenn..; now- lurid Anders of Osceola and Robert N. Sadler, St. Louis. Followig the ceremony ,a reception was held at the home of tlw bride. The bridal table was centered with a silver epergne filled willi white tulips and lilies of the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Aln^es were host !uul hostess last night when they emertuinCd wilh u "l'\ue\vell honoring Mrs. N. Ktmry and son. Phillip Koiny at Strele, Mo., and Mrs. J. A. Saliba of lily- thrville. Fifteen guests attended the Informal dinner parly which wa.s held at their home, 220 North E-'runklin. Mrs. Koury and son will leave Friday for St. Louis. Mo,, mui from (here will he by plane to Beirut. Lebanon,.where they will spend five |G. E. 0. Club, Guests Meet jWilli Mrs. WhiLlinglon [ Mrs. R;ty Wh it t iu^'tcrn wsus hosl- ess li\st ni^lii wlicis she ciitortuiticil ; the Ci. E. O. Chil) and two gncslN, [ Mrs. Giirth CnMlit) and Mrs. W. H. O'Kcofc. AUvactivcly lUTiuinccI in the rooms \vhore curd panio.s \vrre played u'orc vases ot sprain flouoi'5. Mi.s. T. H. C;iia\viiy received hi^ih -sco:*.- jn (lie ^.-nnt's with Jottyc Huffninn rrc*civuip second hiph. Tin* ho.stpss sprvcd re fresh men ts of i\ desert course. enior Bancjuet Is Held \t First Methodist Church Hlythevlllo i'iigli School Seniors of 10 FirsL Methodist Church and thcr Methodist. Churches were hon- ied at a bamjuel last night In the induct rooms of the First. Church. Mis. O. E. CJuclmaly, served oastinlsti'ess with the Rev. Allen 15. Stewart, pastor, offering the Snvoca- ion. The welcome address was pres- nti'd by Mrs. W. L. llorncr, presl lent, of the W.S.C.S. with Don "etcrson, president of the senior :lass, giving the response, Special entertainment dui-lnii the ivcnniK were several selections by he boys quartette composed of {. C. Allen. Jimmy Lowe, Prentls Jernliian and Jack Elliott nnd accompanied by Jimmy Lancashire. The girls tvio who also presented several selections. Is composed of Joan TrelM-lnnan. Mary Margaret AnU-n nnd Vivian Taylor. Hetty Nell Holand served as accompanist. The Rev, Harold KHgenspergor.' pastor of the Methodist Church in West Memphis was the speaker nnd challenged the thinking ol all who henrd lilm. He told a story of an nlrt man and his advice to a youth. The three main points of the story were, maintain the mood ol learning, discuss Ihe art of living and appreciate the joy of sei-vliiB- I'he school colors ot maroon and while were carried out in the decorations on Hie table. An 18" figure of a teacher in a cap and gown centered the main table with arrangements, of deep red tulips and narcissi in low crystal howls cn- iv.incd with Ivy lielng placed at intervals doun the. center of the tables. Adding to the decorations were inina'.urc graduates dressed in cap and gown and holding a diploma marking the place of each truest an also serving n" place cards wilh their name written on the diploma. Circle Meetings Held By First Baptist W.M.U. The Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met in circle groups yesterday for their regular program. Circle One met at the home of Mrs. E. B. Woodson with eight members present. Prayers were offered by" Mrs. Gene Ellis, Mrs. Uoyd SUckmon and Mrs. Woodson. Mrs. Charles Pcnn taught the lesson. Mrs. Joe Evans was hostess to Circle Two with 1 10 members at- Bits of News Blytheville Girl Sings Role of 'Mimi' In Operatic Production 'LaBoheme' Mrs. J. A. Wroten arrived from Pine Bluff to spend several days hero as guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mc.WattTs. She came especially to attend Ihc recital of Anita and Maij Alice Wrolen. Mis Darrell Lunsford. Mrs. James Lenlz, Mrs Jo))i) Sparks and Mi.v; Lolfi Lim/iford spent yesterday Memphis. Miss unisforri consulted her physician while there. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Peters and fannlv .if TlptonvlIIe, Tenn., spent the weekend here as guests of Mis. Peters' parents. Mr. and Mr.s. H. A. I'Vr.drcii. Mis. C L McWaters. St., returned from Memphis where she was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Noifn N't'ckolls for several days. Mi">. A. P. Webb of Howling Oreen. Ky,. accompanied Mrs. Charles Lan^stot 1 and children. Tannda nnd John Dukes to Louisville, Ky. where they will visit wilh tliuir mother Mrs. Dukes for two weeks. Mr. Lnngston and son. Charles, will EO lo Loui.svllle to attend the Derby and a'.sfi tc accompany them home. JCITV Haley, student at. Arkansas .Siiue. Jonesboru, was the gues 1 . of his parents. Mr. and Mrs Dor, Hilley. They also had as their, Mrs. Kuley's father, John H Aikcns. her sister, Mrs. Grovcr and Mr. Jackson, and T. IT. Haley, all of Etowah. Mr* Howard C:ildwe)l, Mrs. J nines Miller. Mrs. Mary Lyons, and Mvs. John Buchanan spent Sunday i" Memphis They went especially to visit wilh Mrs. John Brock, who has been seriously ill at the SI. Josephs' Hospital there. Her condition Is nuchaiiged. Mrs. John w. Qntcley and Mr.s. Ben Rosenberg of Little Rock, will arrive twiay to be Ihe frue.sts of Mr i and Mrs. O. S. Crowell and daughter. Bsibara. Mrs, C R. Celling spent the weekend In Bassett as gue^t of her sister, Mr.s. Hattic Potter. She went especially to see another -sister, Mrs. D. T. Blei'soe of Pine Bluff who is spending several days with Mrs. Potter. Mlss Helina Johnsen, who has been studying voice at the New Yprlc College of Music for the past year, has Just completed work on the role o[ Mhnl in the operatic production. La Boheine, and will begin work on another vole upon her return to New York She oriivcd In Blythcville. Saturday, to spend two week, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Johnsen, and to sing at the wedding of Miss Jane McAdams, bride-elect or Tom Miller. Miss Johnson, a lyric soprano, is studying under Anne Roselle. and her coach is Fannie Warburg Along with her recent appearance In La Boheine, where she sang the leading role, she has been featured in various benefits during her year of study In New York. She recently was part of a group of entertainers who presented a special program for the veteran's hospital at Ellis Island, was soloist with a cellist at a large convalescent home benefit, mirt with a harpist at other benefits. Since she arrived in Blytheville she was featured vocalist at a banquet given dlirlni! the Knights of Columbus banquet. She sang "Lover Come Back to Me." and '•Ztegleu- ner," nnd then sam, a duct. "Make Believe " with Richard GreemvL-ll j of Meii-'phl.s. lohnsen's m .slcal career began before her .studies in New York did. She sang with the Blytheville Glee Club for four years, was a i soloist oti many numbers v ilh (lie j group, nnd was president of the club during her senior year. She has been presented in various musical programs, and has sang foi all the civic and service clubs and churches here on various occasions. Miss HclmiL .Tubnscji Before studying in New York she was .stuclymfi under Miss Jean Sarber, who presented her in music* programs In Missouri and Arkansas. Johnson is employed by an advertising agency dnring the daytime, and gets her musical training at night. She has lessons, each Jr<nn one to two hours long, four night each week and is being trained in dramatics, languages and music. Miss Johnscn prefers singing operatic numbers, and hopes to be auditioned soon. I months. Mrs. Kniiry will sec her. motlicr nnd her home lor the first j Ca/VCrry Y.W.A. Meets At Church tor Program garlanded with gardening. The Uerrd wedding cake was placed on the buffet from which it WUA served by Mrs. J, A- GrannLs and Mr s . A. W. Hutchinson. After the reception, the young couple left for a wedding trip to Miami. Fia. after which they will return . to Occeola to make their home where the bridegroom is engaged in the practice ;of law. The bride wore for traveling two piece suit of Geneva blue ea ardiv.e with natural colored accessories. Out of town giie.sts who attended were Mr. and Mr.5. Fred Taylor nnrt Myron T. NailHns of asccola: Joseph II. Jared, New York Citv: Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Manning. Mr. and Mri. Sam McGovock and daughter, Marjorie Ann, Chattanooga; Miss Margaret Byrne, Mr .and Mrs. Charles Poe, Knoxville; Mrs. William Diamond. Miss Ann BcrryhtU. Jackson. Tenn,; Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcr- she'il Harper, Warburg; Tenn.; and Mrs. Charles Penrice of Chicago. time in approximately 40 years. Mr.s. Saliba. who :lth Dr. Kalilia mid three of their children, made \ this trip Ihe year 1947. will return ; again tiii.s year, She plans to leave by plane May IP. Vases of spring flowers In pastel ] shades, which uxik on a festive air of spring, were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the home, The small tables at which dinner was served, were each centered ivilh .spring flowei.s in a low silver bowl. Folloxving dinner, of the evening was s; a j by the yuesls. the remainder icnt iuformnlly i The Voting Womrn's Auxiliary of' the Calvary Baptist Cnhrc-h met last night at the churcfi [or a regular program with eight members present. Opening prayer was offered by Miss Mary Agnes Peoples followed by a report of the last meetiui; by Miss Uerna Deen Fondren, secretary. The subject of the program was. "Rural Churches." Those participating on the program were Misses Mary Nell McHride. Jean Norman and Virginia Virki'iy. Miss Norman, president, closed the- mcciill!: with prayer Mrs. tending. Mrs. 13. E. Stevens Lnughl the lesson with prayers being led by Mrs. C. L. McWaters and Mrs. Roy Head. Circle Three met with Mrs. C. S. Lemons with six members attending. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Ebb Carson with Mrs. Lemons teaching the lesson. Mrs. E. P. llardin was hostess to nine members of Circle Four and two visitors. Mrs. Alvln Huffman Jr. gave the lesson with prayers being offered by Mrs. Harry Brooks and Mrs. R. L. Thompson. Circle Five met at the .home of ! Mrs. H. L. Chambers with 11 members and one tinv member. Mr.s Hays £ullrvnn present. Mrs. Walter Bishop (aught the lessson and Mrs. Marion Williams tuul Mrs. E. C. Brown offering prayer. Miss Cordellia Wilhile was hostess to six members of Circle Six when they met at the church. The lesson was taught by Mrs. I'en- dall Hervy with Mrs. M. W. Lewis and Mrs. E. L. Hale offering prayer. Regular Business Meeting Held by Woman's Council The Woman's Countcll of the First Christian Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for their regular business session. Mrs. J. C, Ellis Sr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr. were hostesses. There were H members present. Mrs. Ellis Sr. was in charge of he. devotional and wns assisted by he Rev. Lesler D. Sirubhar. who ave the scripture lakcn from the ooks of Matthews and Mark and iso led In prayer. Mrs. C. A. Tant presided over the business session, during which time officers were elected for the new 'car. Mrs. Tant was re-elected as resident. Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp. vice-president, Mrs. Eric Whitley, secretary, Mrs. Jojin McHaney. treasurer and Mrs. R. L. Declman world call secretary. Mr.s. J. W. Sullivan of Little. Rock, slate director of childrensl Mrs. Adams Is Hostess To Demonstration Club The Aimorel Home Demonstration Club net Friday at the home of Mrs. J. H. Adams for a ix>t luck uith 14 members and two visiton. Miss Joyce Chandler and Mr.s Joe Wadriy attending. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. Charles Brown, after which Mi?. W. L. Smith gave the devotiornl taken from the book of Daracl. During the business session. Mrs. Sam Handley was elected a treasurer and Mrs. Taft Melzer as recreational leader. A' the close of the meeting. Mrs. John May. 1 , gave a brief talk on the c.iie of electric appliances. Miss McAdams Honored At Blan Heath Residence " The last in a scries of prc-nwpllal events planned for Miss Jane McAdams. who will become the bride of Thomas Browning Miller. Sat- \irdcy, April 30, at the First Presbyterian Church, was given last Saturday when Mrs, Blan Hcatli and Mrs. W. H. Pease entertained wilh a breakiast at Mrs. Heath's home, 901 Holly. Sixteen guests attended the affair .includ'ng a special guest, Mrs. Paul Dee McAdams, mother of the bride- elect. The two-course breakfast was served at 4mall tables with each being centered with an attractive arrangement ol tulips and panslcs Other decorations in the home. In keeping with the bridal theme, were silv<r wedding bells and sprajs of lilies of the valley. Mi-ss McAdams wore for the occasion a steel blue silk broadcloth suit with white accessories. She was presented a gift and a corsage of lilies of the valley by the hostess Birthday Parly Given Honoring Vaughn Jerome V,\n?hn Jernme celebrated hi.s 4th birthday at ills home on Highway fil £outh when his mother. Mi.^ Nr\vcll Jerome .nid her mother. Mrs. M. Acton, entcrlaincd witii a party fo' 19 o! hi-s friends. A s'nall size baitouel table was an'.»]!£- d on the side |K)rch for serving of ice cream and cake. Streamer,, o' crepe paper and bailons were draped Irom the renter of the ceil'in' to ihe corners, at which w;<s pl:irfd a cluster ol b'.tllonn.s. I>.x>r prize tor each I'urst was a balloon cane with ta'.)lc lavors belli-, immature story foooks. During th'* nftnToon various parly games and contfsl;- \vrre pl;iyfd. Gne.-ts nl.«i included Mrs. Pleas Seiv.y cf Ciiliformn. whn Is viMSilv 1 . In Bluhrullc-. and 111 ol the child rcn.-.' mothers. Woodrow Wilder is counselor of the L ot Dear i:roup. I feet. No point In Prandklin county, Id. lower than 4GOO feet and no par Lake county below 5500 Tne next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Metzcr. May 7. Civic Calendar Tuesday American Le-iion—8 p.m. Wednesday Club, Hotel Noble- 12.10 p.m. Lan^e P. T. A. Executive Board —2:M p.m.. followed by P. T. A. meet in j;—3 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Educe tior Committee, Chamber of Commerce office—2:30 p.m. Mississippi County T. B. Association Council—7 p.m. Osceola, Ark. Community Service Council, City Hal!—1:45 p.m. Coming Events Sociol Calendar Tuesday Tlie Friendship Clnss of the First aptist Cliurcli will niccl Tuesday, 1:30 p.m., at Die church. Mrs. Cbar- Ifi HRI-I. and Mrs. Pat Cliitmon will be rio.itc.ssc. 1 ;. ^ Wednesday ^9 Chajiu-r D, p. E. 6. Sisterhood will t»cc-t at Hie liome of Mrs. C. S. Lcnir-iis for a \ o'cNjok luncheon with Mrs. c. S. Stevens as co-hos- tp.vs. I'lie Town aim Country Club will i>e ontrrtiiiiiod at the home of Mrs. C Modiiigi-r. Chickasaw Chapter. Dfl|>hian Society. meet at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. T/ie Junior Service Auxiliary will hjvc •?. special mecling at 8 p.m. in tin- Cliainbcrof Commerce rooms. T;>C Thursday Night Club will ba eiHer'-'ined at the home of Mrs tic.irse Slilwell. The Phebean Su .lay School Class ol the First Dapllst Church will meet at the chur at 7-30 p.m. for a pot luck supper and business meeting, 'I'hc high School Band Banquet will be held In the school lunchroom a i 6:30 p. m . Nil Phi Mil Sni-nrltv will ]--••„ „ call meting at the r-i-mc- of > • * Fred Ohiirls at 8 n m Ulvtlieville Rook Club will me ct at the home of Mrs. Klvn pne Mis James Hill Jr. v [\\ tain the Octette Club. Mrs Dale Horn will be h to the Thursday Rook club Mrs. Bill Giluow will Ihc Avalon Bunco Club The L. E. W. Club will meet at the home ol Mr.s. oien Harrington. The Thursday Contract Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Rodney Banister. Mrs. H.' H. Houchins will be hostess to the Mid-Week club The Gosnell W.S.C.S. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m Friday Ritual of Jewels and Pledge Ritual of Ihe Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta S-'igma Phi will be held at Noble Hotel at 3 p.m. Pre-S:'hool Childrens registration for Sudbury School to lie held at the Health Office from 1 to 2 pm Mrs. George D. Pollock Jr. will entertain the Friday Contract Club. Mr.s. Paul Byrum will be hostess to the C.B.C. Club. cntc ,.. entertain Al IV Hnsnitais lilvtlievlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Walter Ooforth, city. Mrs. E. C. Hecksher, city. Mrs. Willie Marshall and baby. Stecle. Mo. O. O. Eagan. ctty. Willis Hospital Dismissed: Perry Taylor. Steele. Mo. Mrs. Clay Matthews, Rt. 1. city. British Military Stores Paid for by t/ie Indians NEW DELHI. f/fj—India lias agreed lo pay Bnliiiii 5400,000.000 for the defense stores and installations left behind in the sub-contt- iic-nt when the British left India in 10-17. Finance Minister Dr. John Matthai told questioners in the legislative assembly that, India agreed to rniike the initial payment on behalf also of Pakistan which was to reimburse India later. He added Pakistan's share of the liability was 550.970.000. lilirl Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN' TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. work gave a brief talk. Refreshments wer served by the j Little hostesses at the close of the meet-1 The sport of skatini ng. I a thousand years old at least Wednesday-Thursday-Friday Mrs. Kllis Kntovtams Honoring Mrs. Mcrvyman Mrs. Graham r.llis was ho^tc; Saturday afternoon \\hen she enter- [ tained with a surprise shnwor com- ! pllmemim: Mis. Horace Mcrryman. [ Fifteen em-Ms attended the affair j Duriiu: ihe aflcrnoon various con- I tests were playrd with pri/os bring j won by Mrs Buck Uoush and Mrs. i Charles Rredy. | Bouquets of sprme flowers In crystal vases \veie used to decorate the home. Following the camr the hnnorcc was presented hci K'fts. Refreshments of a sandwich platr with Icrd drinks were served by the hostess. THE DRIVE! 10,000 hooves ^uidering actosj the vast plains and mighty livers oi a spriAli-g contncnll THE AMBUSH! Bullet against Hamlng arrow as bloodmad u ride Uie rin FolgersCoffee-Hauntain Grown FLAVOR TRIUMPH Distinctive for its keen, winey tang — for the completeness of its flavor LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING EXPERT SERVICE 4474 "CIMARRON" AND NOW- HOWARO HAWKS' GREAT PRODUCTION RED RIVER N«xt fi'nrm you go otrf to a swanky place, notice how the serving of coffee in the Ivixury pnrt of the meal . . . The luxury you can have at home with Folger's. Men /ove it tot And what womrm doesn't run her homo lo plonno the man. For quick, happy results, serve him vigorous flavored Folger's! A Bow to Nature and a Reason Why for the Famous Folger Flavor! HOWARD HAWKS"'RED RIVER" JOHNKAVSC MONtGOMWCLIFT V\VLH» SSLVMN JC»SSE CSU Selected Short Subjects I N the faraway mountains of the Tropical Americas—the magic of brilliant sunshine—abundant rainfall—and a remarkable volcanic-ash soil combine to produce coffee with an amazing intensity of flavor. P'or ninety-nine years Folger has pioneered the blending and roasting of these special kinds of coffees. Choot* from tfirM The individuality of (he Folgcr Flavor is a triumph of selection, blending and processing of truly quality coffees. It has a keen, winey fang ... is rich ... vigorous .. . with a completeness that is most enjoyable. No other coffee is quite like il! Vi'oti't. you Iry Folgor's nmi see how wonderful a cup of colTee can be! Today Only The Clay Pigeon with Bill William* and Barbara Hale Selected Short Subject* COMING SOON TO THE RITZ A CONNECTICUT YANKEE" with BIiVG CKOSBV FIGHTER SQUADRON" with Ert- monri O'Brien and Robert Stack TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME" with Eslher Williams, Gene Kelly aud Frank Sinatra JOHN LOVES MARY" with Ron- Rid leagan, Jack Carson & Ta- tricla Neal. THREE GODFATHERS" with .InVin Wayne. Harry Carey -Tr. ^^ LITTLE WOMEN"—June Allys«,^ Margaret O'Brien, Elizabeth Taylor & Tclcr I.awford •FAMILY HONEYMOON" with Fred MacMurray and Claudetfr Colbert. Itnv Office Opens B:4S Show Starts 1:00 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Coiiliminus Shows Sal. A- Sun. Bargain Nijlil Every Nifht K\cC|il Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at lloxy Tliealre Tuesday and Wednesday DOl III.E tKATUKE : REGULAR, DRIP an J FINE GRIND FOLUER'S COFFEE THUi'S A MOUNTAIN OF FLAVOR IN WRY SPOONfUl

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