The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1939 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 8, 1939
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PAGE TWO COURIER NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET Tbh Ticket Will Admit B. 'f. Filijtrsid A, Companion fej.ilhevilk', HI, 2 -to tbe- RITZ THEATER —lo »e— ."Quick MILLION'S" Stracke-Scoggin Vows Be Said Tornorrow Of much Interest In this .section and Memphis is the wedding of Miss Anita Louise Stracke, daughter of Mrs. Louise Stracke, and Claude Scoggln Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ecoggin Sr., ot Memphis, which will be solemnized tomorrow .morning at the Ree'tory of the Church of the Immaculate Conception. The Rev. j. J. Thompson, pastor of the Immaculate Conception church, assisted by the Rev, B. A. McDcvitt, will perform the service at 9.30 o'clock before intimate friends and members of the two families Floor baskets of white gladioli will mark the Improvised altar. The bilele, who will be given in marriage by her uncle, A. G. Denham, of Springfield Mo., will wear a Uo tone winter green Franklin model costume suit with match- Ing accessories Her shoulder bouquet will be of Princess Royal *h»e orchids and valley lilies. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, Only attendant Oi Miss Stiacke, will'be dressed in olive green crejie with which she will have brown accessories. TaMsman roses will form her shoulder corsage. Jack Flint Jr, ol Memphis, is to attend'Mr. Scojgin as best'man. rolloning the ceremony, the bride's mother will entertain 'members of the wedding party and out of town guests «ith a breakfast al the Hotel.':Noble! A pink and win-c scheme will be carried cut m the decorations for the Blue room Tlie centerpiece will be the tiered wedding cake surmounted bj Ule miniature figures of a bride and bridegroom beneath a bell White gladioli trees arranged at the tlnee etuis of the table will be attached to the ccn- tcipicce by smilax interlaced with pink losebuds Boa Is of "pink roses and gspsophelia wil be arranged at intervals along the tables, and the entire scene will be illuminai- t'd by white tapers tied with pink ribbons In crystal candelabra.. Miss Jane McAdnms aurt Miss Virginia Little are to.serve the wending :cake after the bride lias cut the.first piece. The yosmg couple.will leave immediately after the wedding for ii wedding trip to tile Southern states Upon then ictura they will be at home m the R N Hill aparl- "nieiils oil Walnut St. Out of town guests here for the wedding will be: Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Deiirmin .of Springfield, Mo.; Mrs John P Craft of Holly Springs, Miss , Mrs oustus Edrington, Mrs. A. C. Lawhorn,- Neal Lawhorn, nil cf Osceola, Mi. rfnd Mrs. W. E. Lawhoni of Mrtliila; Mr. raid Mrs. Ecroggm Sr., Lee Hardisoh, Jack Flint Jr., 'Gta'rge Slieats Jr., Jaines Ciearj', W P Armstrong, Miss Virginia Ron an and Miss Dorothea Wyatl, all ol Memphis Miss Stracke, who is the daughter of the late Carl H. Slracke, was graduated from the city high school She received her later education at Dniry college in Springfield, Mo, wliere she was pledged to Delta Delta Delta sorority. Mr. Scroggm was giaduated from Chirrttan Brothus college at Memphis and the University of Tenn- .essce at Knoxvlllc, where he became a memoer of Kappa Alplia fraternity He Is connected with the Genera! Motors Acceptance Corporation. • . * « * New Club 28 Members Alleiid itancing farty Mr. and Mrs. Jesseo. Stilt and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hegenold attended their first club dance since they became members' of Club 28 last night iWien Mr. and Mrs D:ylc Henderson, Mr. and Mrs T. W. Jeffries and .Mr. and Mrs C. V. Sebaugh entertained al Hie Woman's club. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. ft. G Partlow, Mr. and Mrs Rodney Banister and Mr, and Mrs. W. B. McMullin. Throughout the club, Bouquets of roses were arranged. Pink roses femea the centerpiece cf the dining table from which supper was served buffet style at midnight. Aft Chib Members AMena Bridge Party All the members of the Double Four Bridge club were present, yesterday for the party given at the home of Mrs Ivy Crawford. Tho Crawford home was decorated with fall flowers. A dessert course was served at Ihe conclusion of Ihe games in which Mrs. M. T. Burr was high scorer. * * « ' Kleet Officers Mrs. L. Q. iyrone was elected president of fife Young Woman's Missionary society of the First Church of Ihb Nazarcjic at n mcel- Ihg of the group last night at the church. Other officers chosen were: Mrs Tyrone, president; Mrs. Lucille Cooper, vice president; Miss Doro- olhy Rylce, secretary; Mrs, Ray White, treasurer; Mrs. L. Q, 'Tyrone, superintendent of study. The meeting was ojKhccl with ;roup sinelng and ;\ prayer by Mrs, Harold Thompson. The scrip- lure from the 21st chapter of Acts was read by Mrs. Mildred May. Mrs. Fred Stevenson dismissed the group with prayer, • • » Hiss Crawford Chosen Bits of Newi Mostly Personal* !md Mrs - c ln«<i Banders ami M| ' S| cilal ' lc y Sanders have re- lmnc<1 (lom Rlpley, Teiin., where tlc >' vlslte<! . Mrs. Charley Sanders' • slslc|1> Mrs - cl S'<t e Hayncs, aild Mrs. i clautl Santos' parenls, Mr. and ' W ' L - oh 'l»>ian. ! Mrs. Vernon Thoiriasson ~wi~o wiihl to Ccivtralla, III Saturday wll) > Mr. Thomasson to reside returned hore yesterday to complete arrangements 'for moving She was accompanied here by Mrs Lewis P'J*H of Cenlralia. They will rc- (urn Saturday. Stale Miss Winifred Cmwford, daughter for len weeks while Rabbi of Mi^ and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, did graduate work ' nnd several organizations nl the college hnd chosen rcpi'cseiHatlves of whom pictures were to be submitted to the artist, Petty, who would choose beauties for first, second nn<i thl«l places, \ * * * Has Chit) Tarty Roses, zinnias nnd other garden . C. L. Smith, of Leaciivillo was In the city today. lie' and his : daughter have just returned from a iom- months' trip t 0 po,,,^ of Nova Scotia where they spent the summer on Iheir boat. Kn roulc there, they visited n number of points of Interest iu the East including the World's Fair in New Miss Belle Wliltsllt Is undergoiu.- tuT. *",?", "r Ule ' Me ' m Pl'iK Baptist hospital for a few days She was admitted Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas Jr and baby, of Memphis, will arrive tomorrow to spend a week |, cro with Mr. Tlicmas 1 parents, Mr and Mrs. J. Nlek TUomns Sr, Mr. and Mrs. A. Comvay have returned from a two months' vacation spent In California and Hawaii They were the guests of Mr Conway's sisters, Mrs. E, c. Pry and Mrs. Carroll LogKlbn In Hollywood and Mrs. Comvay's sister, Mrs J J. Sinclair and family in 'Sacramento. They also slopped nt the Pair in San Francisco after re- luming from Honolulu. En route home, they visited in Marsha)'], Mo with Mr. Conway's mother, Mrs J. T. Ocriway, and in St. Louis with an uiicle of Mr. Couway. Church Services For Deaf Slated Tuesday Services for the deaf will be conducted Tuesday night by Hie Rev N. p. Ulillg of St. Louis at the Pilgrim Lutheran church at, Sixth and Walnut street.';. Services will begin at, eight o'clock. All deaf and hearing people are -JnvHed. the Rev. H. J. Kleindlenst, pastor of the local church, said today. Jenny Wren Dillaluiuty, and Mrs Elbeil Huffman. here ( wilh Mrs. Horton's sister, Mrs. Marlon Williams, and family. Mr. Horton, \vlv Taylor for second li. Miss Mil- to Miss Anita Btracko, whose wedding to Claude Scoggln jr.. will be solemnized tomorrow morning. At the conclusion of the games a combination cheese tmd sandwich plate was served. Compliments Miss Stucy Miss Jean Stacy, who will leave Sept. IGlh for the University of Mississippi al Oxford, was complimented with a handkerchief shower given-yesterday a!tcriio:n by Mrs Envl Brdwhlce. al her home a't Dell. The-;.Home., .was.-.dccorfitcd with bduqucts of roses, zinnias, marigolds and other fall flowers. Miss Betty Armstrong received Ihe prize for high score in the gaiiies played during the afternoon. The hostess .served a dessert course at the conclusion of the games, Demonstration Club News Notes Shady Lane Club Meets Twelve members and three visitors cf (he Shady Lane Home Demonstration club met with Mrs. P. T. bixon for a business session. Aug. 23. Roll call was answered with members telling how they help their families enjoy vacations nl IK me. The devotional was given by Mrs. V. Dixon. Mrs. Robert. Mcllal- tey rend a poem. "Tilings That Count" before the group discussed the fair. At the conclusion of the meeting, the hostess assisted bv her daughter. Mrs. A. Stnllli, served a salnti plale with iced tea. The next meeting will he Sept. 20 nl the IKDIO ol Mrs. Murray McHaffey. Dell N'ews son, Claude Jr., nnd M!SS Anita Stracke which will be solemnized tomorrow. Beverly Thomns returned this morning- from a vacation In points of California nud the Western states. Since leaving here the 2Blh of May, she has visited the Carlsbad caverns, the Petrified Forest, Boulder Dam, Jnurcx and other pdlnls in Mexico, San Diego, Simla Barbara ami other interesting places. In Los Angeles, she was the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Hawkins. Colonel Nelson nud Charlie Conies have returned lo Norman, Okln., after several dnys' visit with Mr. Nelson's sister, Mrs. Marion Williams, and fn'mlly. Sir. Nelson Is an Instructor In the journalism school at (lie University or Oklahoma. Miss Winifred Crawford will leave lomari>:w for Conwny where she is a student at Stale Teachers college. She 'will go as far as Little Hock u-Hh Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ectcls'Wlio will spend tho weekend there. t'loyd Flormnii is undergoing sinus treatment at. the Memphis Baptist hospital, lie went down Wednesday morning ami is expected to return Sunday. His .110- Iher. Mrs. Sam Ftorman, is with him. Mr. nnd Mia. j. w. Dye and dataller. Mnrllin. of Greenville Miss., stopped here today for n brief visit with Miss Mary Spain Usrcy. They were eu rente to points of Minnesota. Mrs. H. 3, G'aldwell and children. Cynthia mid Michael, have returned lo their home in Hoi Springs aflcr having spent livo weeks here wlln Mrs. Cnldiwll's father. V. C. Holland, and faintly. Miss Lillian Slmvcr nnd Mis.; Caroline jjnioy, who j, nv , caching in the Manila school" ' ' Blytlieville's Youth Marches In Impressive Collegiate Parade ae^'the^.S'L^VS ^»» «"* aside for belligerent weapons an<l , r o months' vacation. Miss Haley is with her parent.. Mr. and M n ••„?• !alcy ' flmi Mlss Shaver U march inlo a great war. the you'll of America is privileged to be re- unilng to its books as it begins the annual fall march to collet universities ntul hoarding schools' in various parts of the counlrv where old friendships may be renewed nnd new friends maiie. rnliieen slate.'; will receive what i.s believed to he the largest number of students, ever to leave Ulv- llievillc in September, Locai residents will spread from New York lo California; Illinois lo Louhi- aiin. Within these.boundaries stu- clcnts will be found in Alabama Mississippi. Mi.ssouri. Teimc« Georgia, Virginia, Texas, Indiana as well ns their native state. Out of the 113 locnl sttidenUi H'lio have already registered fur higher Institutions ol learning. 25 will BO lo their own state university at Fayelleville. This group includes: Albert Ridings, Jack Webli, John Stevens, Frank Rogers, Miss Mary Elizabeth Bormn, Miss Helen Tin da), William Faught, Lalham Stacy, Miss Martha Ann Lynch, Colin Douglas, Gerald Carter, Victor Ivy, Howard Moore, Miss KHIxabolh Ann Wil- scn. Hililred Bunch, Harmon Rol'- IDSOII, Russell Rcinniiller, Miss Mu- vis Whistle, floward Frisliy, Miss Churchill Buck, Miss Wanda Smith, Harold Lloyd, Joe Burneite. Henry Wilson, Billy Cacle. Anclher Btate college which will draw a large number ot locill stu- iltnls is Arkansas Stale nt Jonesboro. The following 15 have already entered that college: J. B. Husbands, Connie Wallace, AHjio Wallace, Miss Robin Oil), Mlas Alice Saliba, Eugene Auten, Miss Mary Ann Nabers, Miss Margaret Bassett Ceremony Performed Miss Lola Rycllngs became the bride of Joe Williams Tuesday night in a ceremony performed at Ihe homo of H. c. Smith, justice of the peace. They will reside near here. » • • Announce Dirties 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Felts arc parents of a (laughter born Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Horace Mustek announce the birth of a s;n. Sons have also been born to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hoskins, Mr. and Mrs. S. Stephens, and Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Hill. Mr. and M rs , John Wilson, of Joiner, arc the parents "of a daughter. Miss Coleman Attends Meeting At Conway Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, is attending nil Arkansas slate home demonstration meeting being held nt Conway. She will return home tomorrow. Jane Acton, Miss Eugenia Crawford, Jimmy Crook, Miss Mary n. Hizgcrnid, Miss Louise Brownlee, Miss Clementine Shepherd, Clit-s- tcr Harris, Charles Armstrong. Also lo Jonesliora have gone Iss Virginia Lislon anil Miss Ma- ] ' l in Htcuuic. who attend Holy An-1 li "•"'tardwm.ltcnaWuw^; of Mississippi at Oxford. Mississippi Stale at Slarkville wfll be the Alma Mater of Era-ell Craig, wile Fred Rutherford and j c. I'-Mfs wil go to military schools in that slate, the former to Cambct- Inin-Hunl Mililnry Academy at iorl Gibson and the lalter lo Qu port Military Academy ,il Gulfport, Miss. " Miss Vireio Mac Abbott will ri>- urn to Hilhnan rollcRC at, Clinton, Miss., and MJ M Wynette ..licphPi'fl and Miss Marlha Frances Sevens win Klmn ln Mjss , Mi))" State Collcw for Women nl Columbus, for their second year. L. K. Ash by has gong to Senalo- tm to attend the Northwest Mississippi Apiculture high school Among those who will spend the wmlcr in Missouri are: Miss El- olse Riiiney, who w m attend Christian college at Columbia; Miss Mollv Guard, who is to attend Llmlemvood college at St. Chnrles, and Miss Ann Tompkins, who will leave In a few weeks for SI loniis where she is a student In the med- lenl school of Washington University. Martha Welch i.s already iii Kansas City where she attends Trowbridgc school. Robert Herrick is expected lo return this month from Colorado to spcm! a few days lierc before soing lo Memphis to again attest! Ihe Soullnvesleni College of Op- lometry. On the roll at Southwestern College in Memphis will be found the names of Miss Mary Adah Robinson and Irving Osborne. Miss Mary Jo Hall will continue her technician training nt the Haw-' kins Laboratoiy in Memphis where FlilPAY; SKl'TKiUKftlV S,' 193'J die went (he first of the summer. Patty Ann Green will return lo SI. Agnes Academy llierc. Olher Bly- Iheville girls in Memphis for the winter are Miss Odie Rice and Miss Irene Johnson who have en- ig school of Heudrix college at Conway will claim Miss Betty Eherdt. Bill Harrison, Todd Harrison, Cole-man Slovens, E. M. Terry jr., and Miss Elaine Anderson. In tills same Arkansas city will the Memphis Methodist hospital nursing; school. Oilier Tennessee schools which allract local students are Vawler- bilt University which' Marvin Ninin will attend. Union Univer- At The Hospitals (Uythcvillc liospitnl Mrs. .W. C. Buchanan, city, di.s- missed. ' iMcmphls Baptist linspilnl R. M. Graves, Wilson, admitted. Uloytl Flonnnn, city, admitted. Miss Dorothy Morgan, Wilson admitted. Patricia Daneliower. Luxorn ad- uilltcd. Miss Belle \Vhltsitt, city iirt- mltlcd. Born lo Mr. avid Mrs. Austin Mooi c, Osceola. a son. Walls hospital Mrs. R. A. Greenway, Dell, admitted. B. J, Lawler. Steele, admitted. Mrs. Jchn Farley, Dell, dismissed. Mrs. Ruth Humbert, city, dismissed. ll . A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gllliland Sunday inoru- i»B at (heir hone at Dell. The baby, who weighed seven pounds. has been nariicd .Delorcs Ann. Mrs. Gilliland is the former Miss Bcuna Sills of Pleasant Plains. Attention Parents ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. H. J. KleindiensL now resuming courses in Vocal Training 107 Sixth St. Phone S06W MISS VIRGINIA MARTIN MISS ELIZABETH MeLEAN ariliouuce the opening o( a Sludio of MUSIC and DRAMATIC ART .701 ChickasawW Avenue • Monday, September llth StBdte Pliofte 27«' ' Rwidence Phones Ibsa-i be found Miss Winifred Crawford i-.i^ and Miss Kathryn Gill who will attend State Teachers college and Miss Odessa McGhce and Miss Mary Jo Buchanan who are enrolling at Central college. To conclude- the list of .students entering Arkansas schools, Charle'i Martin has returnee! to Eiibiaco college at Subinco, and Ihree locnl boys and one girl will bo In scuuol a't Little Rock. John ElHolt will relnrii for his senior year in tiie Univtrsity 'of Arkansas . located there, Louis Stcmai: will again be a student at St. John's Academy and Jimmy Carson will attend the Llltlr Rock high school. Miss Murrlel Nfarr is ntleiiding business college In that city. . Olf to tile University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa have gone Herslul Mosley, Eugene Blackwell, Lloyd Wise, James Rolierls, LeRoy Urowii and Russell Mosley. They will be joined there by two more local boys, Ben Mac White .mil iiarold Roscnthtil. Alabama appeals also to Miss Mnrian Tompkins as she will return lo Jml.TOii college at Marion. Of the student,'; who trek lo neighboring slates, Mississippi will! receive its share. Miss Gloria I sity :it Jackson, Tcnn, to which , , (Dick Tipton will return, and Columbia Military Academy at Columbia, which Jack McCuiston will attend. Two girls in preparation for a nurse's career are remaining here for their training. Miss Minnie Lee Lcggett and Mfes Alice Slec'n Presncll have enrolled in the school of nursing of Hie IJlyllie- viilo hospital, Cn down South have trekked other students. In Georgia there are Miss Jane Branson who returns for her .senior year at Bre- nau college at Gainesville and J. EXPERT ELECTRIC WIRING BEAUTIFUL LINE OK ELECTRIC FIXTURES Kfcclriu R;ing-Rj> Hiiil Walcr Ilcnlcrs WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP Phone- 318 W. Shousc who has entered the Darlington School for Boys at On (he education exodus lo the cane country went Edward Rids, student, at Louisiana Slate University at Baton Rouge. Mai Me- Ilwaln, a student at Centenary college at Shreveport, has spent Ihe summer (here. Blythevllle's representation In Virginia will include Miss Marjorie Warren, who returns to Randolph Mucon college at Lynch- burjj, Robert Jonlz who is a slu- clcnt at Die Univmily of Rich- moiul at Rlchinond, and Byron Walker, who lias spent the summer in Lexington where lie nt- IciKls Virginia Military Inslilute To the Lone star slate will return Richard Rose, a stud"nt at Texas Military college, and Eddio Saliba, a student at Texas Tech- nclogiral at Lubbock, Tex. Miss- Troy Nell Dcbusk will spend her fresliman year at Howard Payne college at Brovvinvood, Tex. Jerry Cohen, first honor studen: of thts year's graduating class, h,\s attended! Massacliuselts InslitlUc of Technology nl Boston this summer prior to entering Cornell University at Ithaca, N, Y.. this fall, from Boston, he went to New York City for two weeks visit before going to the four day freshman mji lield near Ithaca. Buying mufflers for the cold winters of Illinois are James Barnes who resumes his studies ut the Western Military Academy at Alton, in, nnd Miss Marjorie and Miss Patricia Wood who have already gone to Carbomlale. in to enroll al the Southern Illinois Noimai University. Phillip Williams. James Oi!ar:l and Gordon Barney will continue their studies in Chicago, while Miss Sue Hamey will spend h-r first year there. Mr. Williams M- lends Die RCA Institute, Mr Guard the Northern Illinois College of Optomelry, and Miss Ha- mcy and Mr. Ramty will attend Ihe Chicago Art Institute Atone in (heir choices o: adout- ed slates for Ihe school term are Miss Sara Lmifford who has gtnc to Los Aisles tr. altend tho University of California at Los Angelos, and Cecil Branson, who returns lo DcPiiuw Univeisiiy s,t Circeii Castle, 3ii(i. Marie News Mfss Wilson Weds Clifford Mcrr'idittt Miss Mable Wilson, of Marie, became the bride ot Clilford Mcrri- ditli Saturday night in a ceremony performed by Hie Rev. Mr. Wallace at the Baptist church hi Wilson. The e:uple will reside in Wilson. Announce l!ii£H£ctncnl .The engagement of Miss Frcriia Wilson to Earnest McDaniel was announced today. Tlic ceremony will be solemnized Saturday night by the Rev. Mr. Wnllnmc. -<f the Wif- son Baptist churcli. They Kill reside in Wilson. Read Courier News Want Ads. 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