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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEU NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1949 l\lewA> Amelia Saliba, Society Editor 1'hone 44G1 Miss St. John Becomes Bride Of Boyd White O6CEOLA, Ark., April 30—A wedding oi wide social Interest in the Mid-South was solemnized this afternoon when Miss Peggie Leal St. John, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Warner St. John of Little Rock, became the bride ol Moreland Boyd White, son of Mr. anrt Mrs, Godfrey Llewellyn White of Osceola. at the Second Presbyterian Church In Little Rock. Dr Marion Boggs officiated before the church charcel banked with Southern .smilax and wild huckle- Berry and lighted with cntlicral tapers In branched candelabra. Baskets of white gladioli and white stock were on either side of tlie chancel. : Miss Llewellyn White, of Osceola sister oi the bridegroom, and Andrew Warner St. John, Jr., brother ol the bride, lighted the candles. ; Preceding the ceremony, a program of nunlial music was presented by Mr*. G. H. Mathis. of Lltll; Rock, organist, and Mrs. Lawrence Harris, of Rogers. Ark., vocalist ; Tlie bride .who was given in marriage by hcr father, wore a wedding gown of Ivory slipper satin designer' with a Peterpan collar of roscooint lace and seed pearls, btiKoncd dowr the front with self covered buttons The bo.1!ce was closely fitted am the Ions sleeves ended In lily points over th( hands. The lull-flared skir' swe->{ out Into a catheral train. Her Ilncer-tlp veil of Illusion fel from a tiara of penrlitert i blo.isoms. She carried a bouquet o whltf orchids showered with lilie of the vnlley. Miss' Betty Semmcs of Osceoln was maid of honor and Mrs. Cliarle. Goclo of Bentonvllle was the mat fon of honor. Bridesmaids were Ml* Ann White, sister of the groom, o Osceola, Miss Jayne Adams of Os ceola cousin of Ihe groom, and Mis Sara Rlley of Little Rock. Their gowns were identical I design, with the maid and matro of honor wearing embroidered or gandy over green lalfeta, lashlone •with a fitted bodice and full skirt • The shoulders were covered wit small e»pes caught with tiny bill ton* »n<- a wide sash of green ta 1 feta formed a crushed girdle ar tied Into a large bow In the bac They carried colonial bouquets painted pink daisies. The bridesmaids gowns were white organdy over pastel pink and their bouquets: •were ol whit* daisies. They wore n-hlt* picture hats trimmed In taffeta to match their gowns. ; John Blnlord White of Osccoln wrved his brother us best man. The ushers were Richard E. Prcwltt. Gtotgf Dcyle and Bruce -Ivy, Jr.. ill of Cteceola, and William H. Jelt of Little Rock. • A reception followed. the ceremony in the Mirror Room of th5 Albert Pike Hotel. Assisting with the serving were Miss Elsie Silverman, Miss Robbin Miller. Miss Nancy Moses, Mrs. Charles M. Carrol, Jr., Mrs. William H. Jett. Mrs. Joe Tnieniper and Edna Maria Jones, all of Little Rock. • Immediately following the reception, the couple left tor a wcdrtlnst trip t/v New Orleans and the Gnlf Coast, nfter which they will return to Osceola to make their home. : The bride wore for traveling dressmaker suit of scafoam gabardine with accessories In ballcnciago shade. ' : Out of town guests and relatives ycho attended were Mr. and Mrs R. R. St. John, Mena, Ark., grandparents of the bride ;Mr. find Mrs George C. Snycler. Sarssota. Pla.: Mr. an-.l Mrs. Aubrey Conway and j. A. Leech. Blythcville: Mrs. John C. White, grandmother of groom, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. White. Mr. and Mri. Godfrey I, White. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Wed In Ceremony Today Mi.s.s Peggie Lejil St. John, daughter of Mi 1 , niu! Mrs. Andrew Warner St. John of Little Rock, became tlie bride or Morelund Boyd Wliitc, son of Mr, and Mrs. Godfrey Llewellyn V/tiitc of O-sccala, In a ceremony solemnized this afternoon at the; Second Pi'e.sbyleriixn Church in Lit Lie Rock. Mrs. Gammill to Head Alpha. Alpha Chapter Mrs. Frances Gnmiiiill ..'tis Installed as president of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigmn Phi in candlelight ceremonies nt the annual Founder's Day Banquet last night, at the Hotel Noble. The banquet also marked the formal pledging of Miss Mary Lois Pearson, id the completion of the ritual of Jrarls (or Misses Dorothy Roysc and Florence Moore. Mrs. GnmjJiiJI ivrcs in.slnlleii by the retiring president. Miss Eutopln Whitworth, who wns nlso installed atcr as the new vice-president, succeeding Miss Dorothy Jean Kig- inson. Other officers installed last night included Mrs. George Hodges as recording secretary; Miss Wilnia Douglas, corresponding secretary; Mrs. RnndiiU Hnwks. Ircasiirer; nml Miss Higglnson, historinn. The bunquct setting \vns in. the colonial rooni at the hotel, and the tables were centered with bouquets of talismnn roses, th\ sorority floiver, with yellow tapers on either side Miss Whitworth was presented n gilt of silver as outgoing president. The new officers will assume their offices at the sorority's meeting al the clubroom Tuesday night. Approximately ?.n attended the bnn- cniet Inst night. Mrs. Pollock Entertains Bridge Club and.Guests Mr^. Charles CritlKCr ;<ml Mr.s R Pledge, Jewel Rituals Meld at Motel Noble The Alpha Delta Chapter of Hetii Sigma Phi held their Pledge nittml und Itiiusil of Jewels yesterday afternoon nt the Hotel Noble. The rituals were conducted by the past president, Mrs. Hermon Towles, who was assisted by Mrs. Ted Lyster and Mrs. Dick Wntson Those receiving the pledge were Mrs. A. L. Sullivan. Mrs. Richard Watsun, Mrs. 13. F. Scott. Mrs. Fred Patterson, Mrs. Harry Levllch, Mrs. B. J. Grnnl, Mrs. Henry Uodcl, Mrs. John Cook, Mrs. Charles Abbott and Mrs. C. W. Sisler. Mrs. Joe Frecninn was the only one to take the ritunl of jewels. Mr.s. Towlcs was presented with a gift from the sorority members. Mrs. Slllwell Hostess To Thursday Night Club Mrs. George Slilwcll Vias hostess j laM night when she entertained the Thursday NifilH club tvt her home al 112 West Davis. Vases of mixed sprlnp (li)uerK were used Lo riocornte the rooms where card games were Inycd. The hostess presenter ouch n ue.st with a flower to ueiu In her hair Mrs. Don Haley won htirh score in the Annies played with Mrs Burks Darker receiving rooko. 1 ' The hostess served refreshments nf assorted parly (oods And tcca drinks. oi : One o!d Englisneclpe for . tan- quet pie called for 18 sparrows, eight marrow bones, one pound of pot a- toes, lettuce, chestnuts, dates, ters. artichokes, eggs, spice, v,ere guests yeslertlny to- day Contract Club when Mrs. George D. Pollork Jr., mtertsunrd at her home, 1^18 West Chickasaw- bn. Duriup th nllornoon bridge ovs- i gatnes. iiigh score went to Mrs and Doyle Henderson with Mrs G O, "liquor when It is baked, with white wine, butter and sugar." n'liiulnj scc-onrt hiph. Ro.ses. iris and narcissi werr at- Iractlvcly arranced throughout tlie About 30,000 women in the United entertaining rooms of the home States lose their lives by accident I Refreshments were served by the each year. •• hostess. C. B. C. Club Entertained At Paul Byvum Residence Tuc- C; B. C. Clnb members were ent' i r'n.ined ye.';ter<iay at the home. i of :.I:T, Piiul Byrum. j TIT hrtr.e was rircnratrci with ; atuac':vc arrangements of tuli|>s uud ivi-; Ir. I lie gnmc.i played. Insh score ua.s V.-MI I y Mr.s. O. O. Elkins Wltl\ yrrond high being w<ui b\' Mr.s. Ross Moor- nn,1 ror.ko by Mrs. Alvln Hn.iiv. F,'!!o\ T .inn the games. Ihe hixstr.^s .^ervrct ro'reshnicnts of a sala'l course with iced drinks. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The w. S. C. S. of tlie Lake Street lelhodisl Church to me-l at the lome of Mrs. C. M. Dax cr. The executive Board ol the Wonen of the First Presbyterian hurch will meet at the church at 2:30 i>jn. The Missionary Study Group ol he Woman's Council of the Kirst Christian Church will meet at the ionic of Mrs. Carl Wallace at 2:30 >.m. with Mrs. noyce Moore as co- lOStLSS. The Y. W. A. ot the Calvary Bap- .1st Church will meet at the church at 7 p.m. Mrs, Johnson Blackwell will be lo.s'css to the O. K. O. Club. The W. M. U. ol.tlie _Flrsl Baptist Church will- hold' a' business meeting at the .plv.ir'ch. at 2:30 p.m Miss Opal Mcnermott will be lioste.ss to tlie First Bajitfst Y, W. A. at i ]).IIL The B. W. 3. No. 8 ot the First Baptist Church will meet In the liomc of Mrs. II. L. Rosamond at 1:45 p.m. Business meeting of Ihe W. S C. S. of the First Methodist Church ill the Church at 2:30 . .m. The Business Meeting of the W S.C.S. of the First Methodist Church will be held at the church at 2:30 p.m. Mlssco Sub-District Council meet- inii ui the First Methodist Churcl: at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Fred SLeadman will be hostess to the Wesleyan Service Guild al hcr home, 1S01 W. Wiilnut at 8 p.m. Tin-silay B. w. C. No. 7 ol the First Baptist Church will meet with Dr. Emla Nies. Mrs. I. R. C'olcman will entertain .lie La Petite r *lub. Mrs. I.. E. Old will be hostess to the Tuesday BridKe Club. Ol'ub Eight will be entertained at the home of Mrs. uttc. Scrape. Mrs.. Newel Jerome will be hostess to the In Nueve Club. Tri-Town Bridge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. James C. Guard. The Y. M. B. Club will be entertained by Mrs. Murray McHaffey at the home of her mother, Mrs. S. Gofr. nl 7:30 p.m. Tlie Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet in the cluh- rooms for a bllsiness meeting. First Methodist Church Board of Education Meeting ftt 7:30 p.m.; Worker's Conference meeting at 7:3( p.m. Wednesday The Wednesday Bridge Club wil be entertained at Ihe home of Mrs Baker Wilson. Mrs. C. Moriinger will be hostea. to tlie Town and Country Club. The Junior G. A.'s of the Calvary Baptist Cliurch will the church at 4 p.m. Family Night at the First Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m.. Including a covered diMi supper. A feature length film at the First Methodist Church tit 6:30 p.m. entitled, "Reaching From Heaven." Thursday Pre-School Registration for Sud- hury School, at Ihe Health Office from 1 to 3 p.m. Gosncll W. S. C. S meeting at the home of Mrs. Henderson Hall. Senior Breakfast at the First Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Mis. I.eon Scherer will he hostess to the Thursday Rook Club. Blytheville Rook Club to meet at the home of Mrs. Elva Poe. Mrs. C. F. Tucker will entertain the Ocetette Club. Mrs. Bill Oilbow will b: hostess to the Avalon Bunco Club. L. E. W. Club to be entertained at the home of Mrs. Floyd Seay. Thursday Contract Club to meet at the home of Mrs. Rodney Ban. ister. I Mrs. I. Merrll jontz will be hoR- tess to the Double Four Bridge 1 Club. | T. N. Club to be entertained «t the home of Mrs. Carl Paul. The Thursday Night Club will meet at the home of Mrs. J. A. Sa- llba. ., r '"*',. OrTicinl Board meeting' at the First Methodist Church at'7:30 p.m I'rirtay • Mrs. Alviu Hardy wifl 'entertain the C. B. C. Club at her home. The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet al the home ol Mrs. F. E. Utley a! 2:30 p.m. Bits of News Mrs, Thomas R. Plnckney and Mrs. Herbert L. Rowe of Little Rock arrived today to attend the wedding of Miss June McAdams and Thonia* Brownina Miller to be ."MemnizcU at the First Pre-sbyterian Onurch. They will be the weekend guests of Mr End Mrs. Floyd L. HaraLson. Mrs George Dillon and son, Joh'inU, arrived from Stuttgart to spei'd several days here a s guests of her cousins, Mrs. Odie Freeman and Mrs. Docla Mick. David Moore and his guests, Bill Epp and Jimmy Noone, all students at Castle Heights Military Academy In Lebanon, were the overnight guc-;ts of David's mother, Mrs. N. M Moire and family. They left this morilr.s; for Little Rock where they will represent Blythevllle in the A. A U. swimming contest. Mrs. G. W. Dilahunty returned today from Dyersburg and Ripley, Tenn., where she visited with relative.;. She went especially to attend the funerpj services for her uncle, W H f-ntton in Ripley. Mir. John W. Cnteiey and Mr* Bcnn Ro.= enburg returned to their home in Little Rock, after having sper.t st;\eral days here as guests of Mr. find Mrs. O. S. Crowell and dan?. 1 trr. Barbara. Sinlih T. Brackin went to Mcm- hi- 5 Thursday where he consulte-J is physirifin at Kennedy General i'o.snital He was accompanied there by his sou, the Rev. Bernard Brackin. Mrs. C R. Laymen of Memphis, formerly ol Blythevllle arrived today Ir br the weekend guest of Drs Curl and Edn^Nies. She came especially to attend the wedding of M!ss Jane McAdams and Thomas Broil-nine Miller. 4-H Club Chorus To Give Concert Monday in Osceola The 22 members of the 4-H Chorus will present their first annual concert at the Osceoln Hlglt School Auditorium at 8 |).m, Tuesday. This Is the first year the clubs o( Mouth Mlsslsstr"' ' 'ity ive an organized chorus, and It is sponsored by (he Home Demonstration Council fo. South Mississippi County and Miss Helen Wells, extension agent. Miss Mary .jyjnonds. head of the music department at Wilson, will direct the concert, which Is to be composed of popular, spiritual »nd semi-classical numbers. The clu'<s renresentert In the clior- us include Whllten, West Ridge. Kelser. Junior and senior clubs, Crews Lateral and Sllllman. Annual Father's Night Held at Lange School Parent-Teachers A-ssocla- tion had their annual Father's Nl at the school last niRhl with Mrs O. E QuellmalT: as the gnest speak- Training School Is Held At First Christian Church The leadership Training School conducted by Mrs, J. W. Sullivan o! Little Hock, who Is the chlldiens worker for the stnte o( Arknnsas, «t the Clii'Mlim Church was coii- luded Widay aflernoon. EUiht members who attended the meethiRs which began last Sunday, will receive credit curds at the morning service tomorrow In recognition of the progress they made in preparation for Christian leadership by completion of the course entitled. "Planning for Children In (lie Church." The members are the Rev. and Mrs. Lester D. Strubhar. Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. J. P Garrott. Miss Susie crafton, Miss Ix>u- ella Alley and Mrs. C. A Tant. In addition to this course, a special session was conducted In preparation (or dally vac- tlon Bible School. Others who attended one or more meeting were: Mrs. Sam Henley Mrs. J. C. Lowe, Mrs. Eric Whitley Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Mrs. Boyce Moore. Mrs. R. L. Dedman, Mrs Ben Harpote, Mrs. Hartley flays. Mrs. Harry Bradley. Mrs. Joe: Pride Jr. and Mrs. Lee Brooks. Students Visit Museum On Field Trip to Nodena The Fourth grade pupils of Lange School together with their teacher, Mrs. Frances Gamiuill, went on • trip to Wilson and Nodena yesterday, I'lie following mothers accompanied the group there: Mrs. O. O. Haulaway, Mrs. Oleim Ladd, Mil., A. H. McManus, Mrs, Joe Robert^ son and Mrs. B. R. Hays. They were the guests of Dr. and Mi's, llnmson In Noitena, where they visited their museum of Indian relics and also In their home They had a picnic lunch in the Wilson Cafeteria. Huffman Baptist W.M.U. Holds Program Meeting The Women's Missionary Union of tli« Huffman Baptist Church met Wednesday afternoon at the church for a regular program meeting. Subject ol the program was. "Chi Is' tlie Answer in the Rural Community." OpetUue prayer was offered by Mrs Jewel Ray, after wlllch Mrs Milton Dallas gave the devotional Those taking part on the program and their topics were Mrs. Hendson. "Ir Satan Winning the Country?" Miss Mary Lucy Henson "Man 11 Relislous Group? at Work:' Mr.*. Dual Atkins. "Hural Church , Challenges Our City:" Mrs. Rex meet at, Hughes. "Rural Churches' Missionary Societies" and Mrs. Ray. "Christ Ch-<M«iire'i the Rural Churches." Mrs. Imocene A'kin's dismissed the group with prayer. Mr?. Qjic-Ilmnlz chaff as her sub- Jet 1 , "F'liK'ntion fn the Home" In her taifc. fhe slated that happiness wa.= r.o| anything that could be boupht or manufactured. She also noi:'tc^ out that not only education but also security, work, responsibility. cbenlence and religion were leRcied In the home. She also sal:! hat the best way to lose hapniness is in pi'rti.if it mid one of the things ve needed on the road to happiness oournK.e. Following the singinz of the P T. A sonr. tlie Girl Scout Troop Foui of the school presented a square dance under the direction of MUs Cathy Woods and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitf. Durlnp the blr-ine.ss session the oi'o tiiscussed a sound projector for the school and a playground space foi (he children. Mrs. Glenn Laclr* wrj- selected to represent n;:e Echoo! at a meeting for the Community Service Center. The second grade won the prize for having the mast fathers at the ;iiei*rinr rnd also tied with the liri'~ TTrtde for [lie mast mothers. A^ tl'.p close of the meeting, re- fre.snmcntj were served by the second gtade. Pot Luck Dinner Is Held By Baptist Phehean Class The Phebean Sunday School Cla.ss of lh" Fust Baptist Church met Thursrtr.y night at 'he church with •_'S meu-rier; present. Haste.^se.s were Mrs. IV m Mnnry. Mr?. Victory Stilwei: Mr.s Charles Blanchnrd. Mrs. Turner Kissell and Mrs. Ola Barker. Ffiknvmo the pot luck dinner. Mrs G G Ashley save the devotional. A 'jrief business session was conduced, alter which Mrs. Ve«ta Rowen dismissed the group with pra y?r Each member was presented a ro.se tied with satin ribbon as a favor i You Are Cordially Invited to Visit The Accessory Shop Feminine Apparel Mabel H»i;iin Jessie Srile Holel Noble Blrlg. Rlylheviltf. Ark. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Kesl trices ^ Kirby Drug Stores p.m. American p.m. American Holland News The South Holland Extension Club met in the home of Mrs. W. C Richnrclsop Wednesday with all at- tendanre of ei^ht. The president. Mrs Aaron Taylor, called the clnb to order and led In singing "Missouri Hynm" and "Clementine". Roll call wac answered with a garden rrnerf. •'tid Mr.s. Gervi-s Capps Eave the !°s«on on Plans for Spring Gardens Fbr refreshments Ihe hoa- te.w served a light snlad with cokes and coffee. At The Hnsnitals Blyllicvllle Hospital Dismissed: Worth Neely. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Shirley Ann Johnson, Caruthers- vllle. Mo. Miss Patlc Armstrong, Steele. Mo. Miss Martha Martin, Rt. 1. city Mrs. Bob White and baby, Steele, Mo. Mr.s. D. R. Pitts and baby, Rt. 2, city. Miss Mary Poe. lennett, Mo. Save I Time • Mone.tB Labor Plant Sinkers ACID-DELINTED Cotton Seed L. K. ASHCRAFT CO. (Jhcrri & Railroad Phone 4493 Legion Auxiliary— 8 Legion —8 p.m. Wednesday KhvanLs Clue Noble Hotel—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Friday National table tennis champion exhibition. B'ville "Y"—4 p.m. Boys and Girls Parade—5 p.m. North Mississippi County District Bo^ Scout Camporee. Saturday North Mississippi County District Boy Scout Camporee. Read Courier- News Want Ads. Trinnann, Ark. Mrs Awin C. Bvers of Wichita, Kan., has been visiting her mother, Mr:, Nt-ttle Jackson, and other relative? fo: the past several days. Mr.^. Byer.s was formerly Miss Valree Jacl-son. half price sale! .MAsf Wilifred. local employee In a cotton gin. hiu been in St. Louis this wefk. accompanied by his wife, securing an artificial hand and hook fitting lor his left hand which was severed In an accident which also badly mangled his right hand last fall, trcal surgery was able to save the tl'umh and forefinger of his right liand. Mr.s. C. C. Adams anf son John, who arc temporarily of Cape Girardeau while attending school there, were here during the week-eud with their husband and father, C. D. Adams Cues; in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris over the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Methvin and sorts, Jiminie and Franklin of Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Tarzan's Magic Fountain with I.on Barker ancLBrenda Joyce erial "Brurj Gentry" No. 9 i- Short Continuous Showing Sat. 12:30-11:39 NOTICE To Our Friends and Patrons The Golf Hotel Coifee Shop will be CLOSED Sat. - Sun. - hAon, for remodeling Civic Calendar Sunday Boy? and GirLs Week, May 1-7 Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Uoarcl of Dirtvtors—7:30 P m. Tuesday Lions Club, Hotel Noble.. 12:15 BUILDING FOR RENT SOME GARAGE EQUIPMENT CAN BE USED FOR STORAGE Located West Highway 18 • Call 4107 • van HEFim ROBERT RVRIt PROTECT YOUR PRECIOUS BLANKETS See that your blankets and quills arc soft, fluffy, fresh, And clean before you More them for (he summer tnonlris. Our special clraninK process, Rciillc yet tlior- ouRh, plus our genuine S.inllc* blanket bait service, can do ibc Job rlfclit for you, SaLlsfaclInn U luarnntccd, so call today. HOPKINS LAUNDRY-ALL •114 East Sycamore Phone 3278 DON'T FORGET! See The Thrilling, Exciting Air Show SUNDAY AT 3 P.M. Blytheville Air Base • STUNT FLYING —PARACHUTE JUMP TUSSY CREAM DEODORANT 50* big S1 jar Sare or thin i light fal-to-nse deodorant! It banishes pfirpi ration otl or, check e perspiration moisture, gi^e« longer loaling prolco- tion. Fragrant Tuisy Deodorant ii gentle to skin am! clothing. SUfi creamy smootn tiM the last bk n gone! WOODS DRUG STORE Blythevill* Sunday & Monday SEE A MAM-HUNT NO WOMAN GOULD STOP! Paramount News A Selected Short* ConL Showing Sun/ 1.15-11-.W Air Base Bus Will Run From 1:00 to 2:30 WHEN MINUTES COUNT rhs prompt and efficient service ol Owens Pharmacists solves the prowem Every prescription niled with meticulous cure Free delivery service Phone 2024 OWENS DRUG STORE Box Office Opens fi:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. & gun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday al Roxy Theatre Saturday The Frontiersman with William Boyd <,<| and Russell Mayricn ' Scrl.il "Junglrlanrt" No. 11 ,1 Short Continuous Showing Sal. 12:30-11:39 Sunday dt MrmdRV Fox Movietone Sews A Short Continuous Showing Sun !:SO-ll:*

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