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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER KEWS MONDAY, MAY 16,1949 Miss England Wed to Edgar Cain, Jr. In Double Ring Ceremony at Church "v -The calvary Baptist Church was the setllnf yesterday afternoon, at iVelock, when Mla.Ramont England, daughter of Mr. and Mr,. Jim fcfcUnd became the bVlde of Edgar Cain, Jr.. son of Edgar Cain Sr. and the tale Mrs. Cain to one of the most impressive weddings of Ihe current ""The double ring ceremony was solemnized by the Rev. P. H. Jernigan pastor, in the presence ol a large number o[ gucsU. ^^ A white arch adorned with white* lilies against a background ol palms' formed » beautiful setting for the lUHircu m ut •»»""— "-- f - . wedding party. White floor baskets of'gladloli were placed at each side of the arch with tall, stately white tapers, burning In wrought Iron candelabra, casting a soft glow over the scene: .The aisle was covered with » white aisle cloth with the family pews being marked with large white satin bows. A program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Mildred Frank, pianist, and Mis? Jo Anne Trieschman, vocalist. Miss Frank's selections included the bridal chorus from Lohengrin as the processtonnl arid the recessional was Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." Soft music cotild be heard during the exchanging of vows. Miss Trleschman's selections were "With This Ring 1 Thee Weri" and "O Promise Me." Miss Frank wore a gown of ycl- eft on a wedding trip to points of Interest In Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas before returning to Blytheville to make Ihelr home. The bride wore for travelling a white tailored suit with brown and white accessories. She pinned a white orchid at her shoulder. Out ot town people here for the wedding were, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Bivens and daughter. Bonnie Sue Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bivens and son Amon. Harold Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Moore, all ol DyerBuurg, Tenn.: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grogan mid son, Mike, and Mrs. Annie Bivens, grandmother of the bride, of Ripley, Tenn.: Mr. imd Mrs. G. E, Bivens of Memphis: James L. England. El Paso. Tex., and Dr. and Mrs. L. Howton o( Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley entertained members of the wedding party at tlic rehearsal dinner at their home. 301 East Kentucky, Saturday Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The YiW.A. ol Ihe First Baptist Church will meet »t 1 p.m. »t th home of Miss Catherine Graham The First Baptist B.W.O. No. will meet In the home of Mn Berth* Sykes at 1:45 p.m. Tuiediy B.W.C. No. 4 ol the Calvary Bap ttst Church will meet with Mrs Jack Vowell. 315 South First, a V.SO p.m. The Maple Grove Cemetery Asso elation will meet at Ihe home o Mra. W. L. Walker, <M East Cherry at 1:30 p.m. The Alpha Alpha Chapter of BeU Stgrna Phi will meet at the home of Mr«. Jack Owen at «. P.m. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Hut at 8 p.m. Mrs J.F. Montandon will entertain the La Petite Club at her °La Nueve Club will be entertained Hunter Sims Bits of News At The Hospital* Miu Blllie Burks hat recently Diamlued. Coy TweoUe, Rt. 1, city. A. M. V*n Winkle, city. Mary LM Kewler, R.I, city. Mn. Ctrl Hopkins, Rt. 1, Luxor*. WaJU HM»iUl Dismissed: Mrs. Kathleen Carton »nd b«by, M junior m»Jorta« In ^««.rt«n- «* K lnntogh»m, Steel. primary education. She 1» t " e . daughter of Mr. and Mr,. W. Guy BU . r , 1 " 8r ^ w . M«r i crouch Mr. and Mr,. Edgar K Crouch L. R. Matthew*, city. George L. Wood, Bragg City, Mo. Mrs Jame« Webster, Simmon*. Boy May Sleep Through All His Life Waahlngton, D. 0. and Mlu Mar- laret Baber of Washington, and V.. •*• ,_'it of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert John- 1 Mr =l and Mrs. Charles Alford had I son, 1013 Hearn Street, last night, as their guests last week, Mrs. Es- Mis* Wilson and Mrs. Johnson are telle Meadows ol Columbia, Tenn., outlining plans lor Increased home and J A. Ketchum of Nashville, economics activities and facilities Tenn. They returned to their homes at the high school next year. Mr» o i j 1 TnVinmn !• • t*«rh*r *r, tni* nlE . Johnson 1, a teacher at the high Condition of Mrs. Earl Rogers, school this year, and Miss Wilson who underwent a major operation m»y accept an appointment witn recently at the Foundation Hospl- the Blytheville schools. Pfc. Roy W. Bid well, husband of Mrs. Gertrude Bldwell. 81« Clark Street, 1» now serving with the Oc- tal In New Orleans. La., \n Improved. Her sister, Mrs. Berta Johns. Is W j,h her. Mrs. Joe Alexander and daugh , Mrs. Joe exaner an aug- cupatlon forces in Kobe, Ja,pan tcr. Miss Mary Van Worsley. Mrs. 1 He has been In Japan since Sep- nt tlie home of Mrs Mrs. Murray Smrirt w.!l be host JV1I D. 1>1UI I " J ijuii" - ess to the mesday Bridge Club. Mary Hays and Mrs. Belle Wood Umber. 1945. attended the Cotton Carnival in | Mrs Ethel White Black, daughter Memphis Saturday. rs e , of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. White of Lux- Mr!" and Mrs. Phillips Robinson | ora will receive a B. A. degree In • 5 tW HJt » 1H.-1-J — .7 ---" Trl-Town nrldse Club will meet at the home ol Mrs. Jnmes Terry. MrS. R- B. StOUt W 111 W • • - ^ggjjcy i(jl V CfcCl •*!» Aiaii«lllf(. IT ""»- | •«•» •"* ,,...— -. —. *,- - to Club Eight. there they attended a banquet at she will spend several days as gues The first Baptist j* :w C ;., N °-_l| the Marion Hotel ol the Vender-| of her brother and family. She wen bill Alumni Club ol Arkansas. have returned from Little Rock business administration at Hard where he attended a state wide Ing College In Searcy. June 2. meeting of the State Approval Mrs. Wyatt Henle left this morn Agency for Veterans Training. While ing for willow Springs. Mo.. »her , „ .. .. _ii i_j _ i i „* .Vi& *>il11 • •unit «.ai>»r«l H0V* BJl *UC5 ... , ,,^ »'»' "'«l wllh Nies at The p.m. Wednesday Lange P.T.A. will meet low'taffeta featuring a sweetheart i morning. neckline with the full skirt gathered Mrs. H. G. Partlow received the at the back to form a bustle. She guests. The home was decorated I *"'^'Yor'their regular meet- wore matching mitts and pinned a with vases of spring flowers. The he scnom o & meet . corsage of gardenias at her shoulder, dining table, at which refreshments "* « the executive board at 2:30 Miss Trieschmim chose a blue tut- were served buffet style, was coy- >"* °' feta gown with the close fitting bod- ercd with a Madcrla cut work cloth P-™ • „ cl , rk w)U enter"e fashioned with a 'round neckline, and centered wllh a miniature scene Mrsth f Town anrt country Club She wore » shoulder corsage'of gnr- from Fiorina which Included palms. aln Thur »day llnjg,, a beach and birds of paradise.' ••Mrs. Gentry Matron c» Honor StRiirtlng under the palms were the :'Mrs. Jack Gentry was matron ofifVgurincs of a bride and groom. honor and Miss Bonnie Sue Bivens of Dyersburg, was maid of honor. Mr». John Foster had as her | at i guests Saturday. Mrs. L. H. Wilson ] of Wilson and Mrs. George McDon- Unconscious now for more than a year, 5-year-old Larry Dean Wilson may live on and never awaken, physicians say. His plight results from a brain injury received in an automobile accident OB April 27. 1948. He's pictured in the Elkhart, Ind.. General Hos- piul. watched over by his mother, Mrs. Donald Wilson, left, and Nvirsc Virginia Hursey. of Dyersburg, was maid of honor. in. <- • Bridesmaids were Miss Dorothy Iniormal Tarty UIVCH vSSbtato 111 ™ 1 " nd M1 " M " d " For Miss Trieschman ^^hl^efwUh^n^orshc'ulde;! M«. Hus.sc,, C. Farr was no.tcs., especially 'to attend a family re union to be held at her brother home this week. „„„,„, ,_ Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. W. 1 7ld'andda"ughteV."8haron,"of"Marie.|Horner and Mrs. W. U Crafton re Mr and Mrs. Louis Hlckman and turned yesterday from Searc ...illdren. Mellnda and Jimmy, who where they attended a reunion o formerly resided at 601 Chlckasaw- 300 Galloway College aliimnle hel ba. have moved to Fordyce to make Saturday at Hotel Ma<.alr honor- thclr home, where Mr. Hlckman Ing Dr. J. M. Williams, former pres- ' m » ,«|wlll be connected with the Builders ident of the college. They vere ac- The Gosnell W.S.CS. will meet at £thcre companled there by Mrs. Lynch s the church at 2i30 p.m. with the M^ f(mm shouse ,, as 0 ,, e of datighwr, Mrs. R. A Porter and .istrlct Caravan " "}« lr «"*?£ S L,... eleven girls at the University of Ar- daughter. Judith U-nch who visited The Double Four Bridge Club will knn sas Fayctteville. to be tapped Mrs. Lynch's sister, Mrs. R, E. be entertained at the home 01 Mrs. | ^ Mortar Board Q Ua lin C atlons for | Oarlington and family. membership are service. scholar- French Women Who Died In 1640 Becomes "Saint" In Ceremonies Sunday VATICAN CITY, May 16. </Pj — Jeanne de Lestonnac of Fiance became a saint yesterday in solemn canonization ceremonies at St. Peter's Basilica. Some 60.000 persons saw Pope Pius XII make the proclamation of sainthood. Jeanne dc Lestonnac founded the Order of the Daughters of the Blessed Virgin Mary three centuries ago. She died in 1640 at the age of «4. Felon Rides to Freedom *L1TTLE ROCK. May 16. UP) — A convict who rode a horse to freedom from Cummins Prison farm still was at liberty today. The convict, identified as Thomas Jefferson Rice. Jr., 22, ol Little W S. Langdon. Mrs. Holland Alken will be hostess to the Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Richard Prltclurrt will be Mrs. Cornelius Modinger. Rock, escaped from the penal institution yesterday while watching over a herd of dairy cows. • Rice was serving a live-year sentence for robbery. Eleven Seniors At Burdette to Receive Diplomas Hev.n senior, will receive theli diploma* at Burdette High School •t commencement execrlse«. Wednesday »t « p.m., when the Rev, Harvey T. Kldd, pastor of the rirsl_ Presbyterian Church ot Blythevlll^ the principal speaker; Mlu Betty Jean Easley Is valedictorian of the class and Misa Molly Rose Autry U salutatorlan. Activities for the graduates started with a Junior-senior banquet a< the high school auditorium Friday night, with the regular class daj activities were conducted. L. H. , Autry, superintendent of the school, was the speaker. The Eev. E. C. Brown, pastor ot the First Baptist Church at BlJ'the- ville delivered the bacculareate address last nigrit. The Invocation wai bv the Rev. Russell Duller, pastor of the New Liberty Baptist Church. At the services last night special music was presented by the High School Chorus, directed by Mls» Mildred Franks. Other activities for the week Include eight grade promotion exercises at 8 p.m. Tuesday, and thi Intermediate grades annual program on Thursday evening, and an lumnl bannuet on Friday. School will close Friday, and t'ic eniors, with their sponsor, Mrs. Autry. and Mr. Autry will leav* Monday lor a 10-day trip to Wash- ncton, D.C. Scniors'other than Miss Easley and Miss Autry include: Geral and Burl Mahan, Mrs. Mary Singleton War^ rington, Blllie Jean Sawyer, Daphryl Joyce Reid. James Johnson. Clar» Volcanic cycles have been found to correspond with periods of great est sunspot activity. . . Mae Windham, Leo Rubin Tomlin, and Sarah Sue Nash. aqua. . Taper* were lighted by Miss Eve-1 ™* lyn Tornlinson and Miss Alma Cain, filled with red and white _ mock orange. Adding to the decorations on the table, were thT^orthVoSer-femlnTneattend-lthe assorted party ,«K A<trac- ants tnd they wore hair arrange- ttre arrangements. °« ros " were £tnU"of blue carnations tied wllh I "so" throughout the home low crystal 1 tain the Mld-Wrj^ Mrs Alvin Hardy will entertain \\\«. C.B.C. Chlb. Mrs. Lloyd Whittalcer ittln ribbon and mallne. ] Jean Anderson served During the morning, contests flower I wcre P |n -V«d with Miss Jean Dedman winning the prize. Mis* fe'z^/^r« u 'sp£«;s>, 1 s«5K'. B s: ^Jf JBi=^-S3 3tHffiS±S iS. SSSsrASS.5N -'?"S"" __ .._ her ship'Vnd leadership. Miss Sliouse I mother, Mr'sTJoseph Hodgson, her "the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. daughter, Mr,. Rudolph Vrska and - - 'Mrs. Vrska's young daughter. Amelia, will leave tomorrow for New Orleans. La,, for a visit with relatives. They are going especially to attend graduation exercises when Mrs. Modlnger's niece. Miss Jacqueline Dufhilo, will graduate from high school In New Orleans, and they also will attend the closing exercises at Louisiana Tech In Lafayette, when Mrs. Modingers son- taVrt"lhV«w SupcV M-arke! there, In-law Peler Uiunian ,,,. be grad- W T E-r^'a-sBE,,. ^ sr,f f .rs** « ^{^^^^^^^f^^^^S^ ,«5« to'uie' Fr'lday Contract Club. »t,, Mr. and M« 0>. V Daws^nd Hosp W.J** «^ ^ _«*«* -^^ h< The Friday Club will n-eet at the | Mr^and Mrs.^On ill Hk,™ Sr. ^«y | ,. ..„>. ,„_„ „,„ TyMl|M „.,,, where he was connected with the Standard Oil Co.. until his transfer with the company recently. Miss Phtlomene Lenz, who is as- i ne r i iii^y ^.iuu r.,.. • ,. — home ol Mra. James C. Guard. ivory slipper satin. The close fitted , bodice with a portrait neckline nnrt a yoke ol illusion outlined In mid pearls was fashioned with Inscr' ns : of chantilly lace. The tight fULlng •leeves ended into calla lily points pv«r the hands. The very full skirt featuring a panel of ruffles of chantilly lace at the front developed into Voluminous folds extending Into R long train. Her fingertip veil of Imported illusion fell from a tinra of i chantilly lace and seed penrls. ; Bride Carries Gardenias i Sh* carried a bouquet of gardenias enterminglcd with xnallne puffs and centered with white orchid. The bouquet was tied with streamers of white satin, < James L. England, brother of the bride, served as best man. Groomsmen were Sanford Tomlinson, Edwin Barger, Bobby Wnlden, Roland Rounsavllle and R. O. Bclknap. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Board n m. nf Directors meeting—7:30 j soclated with the Delta Survey now 1 set up in Crittendcn County, was a Commerce- week . end guest o f Mrs. Annabel FiU "3no Pupils to Present Recital at Holland School Mr- M ; 'inle T.ec Jones Hemp will present her pupils of Holland in a piano recital at Holland High School auditorium, Wednesday, May 18, at R p.m. Guests of the protrrnm will he Mona Joy Oalcics of FJlythevllle and vocnl selcctlotis composed of members of the Holland Hiph School Glee Club, Including n pirls sextette and a clarinet solo by Fred Hurrcss, The following students will participate on the program: Mary Jo Hamnton, Nnncy Fave Hull, Sue Goodman. Rltn Ann Bailey. Joseph Little. Jackie Goggnns, Billy Kcnlcy Dnnn Norrld. Judy Ynrbroiigh, Jnne Little, Pnt^y Jean Utlcy. Ann Nell Bonnie Fay Duvall. Ellen Clark Tuesday Club, Hotel Noble—13:10 13:10 Lion's p.m. American Ix-gton— 8:00 p.m. WednmUy Klwanls Club, Hotel Noble p.m. Centra! P.T.A. Board of Executives— 2:30 p.m. followed with P.T.A meeting 3:00 p.m. Girl Scout Lone Troop — 8:00 p.m Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble-12:l .m. Chamber of Commerce Board o Directors — 2:30 p.m. conomcs suen a ransa , , Teachers College at Conway, was * . nessee attended. Mrs. England, mother of the bride, i Donna Lou Smith. Joe Tlvrou Holly wore a printed sheer dress of navy • Jackie Kcnlcy. Ginger Yarbrough —i n .u^i n »,.;iv, «,^t»^ — n <-™~-, nr - violet Joi\C5, Sue Hrinkley, Dori Harris, Nancy Holly and Jimm Little. and white with white accessories. Her frock was complemented with a corsage of gardenias, '; Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held nt the home of the bride's parents at 1909 West Ash. Throughout the reception room were attractive arrangements of gladioli in tall vases. | The bridal table was covered with & cloth ol lace anxV centered with the tiered wedding cake flanked by tall white tapers in silver holders and garlanded with greenery. Miss Geneva Shibley, Miss Bettye Foster, Miss Lorrene Ross, Mrs. Btl Godwin and Mrs. Henry Long assisted in the serving. Miss France England, sister of the bride, pre sided at the bride's book. To Live In RlythcvHIe Following the reception, the coup] On the about 50 majo earthquakes occur annually. A larg proportion are under the ocea and If It were not lor the seta nographs we wouM never kno bout them. IT'S TIME TO SHINE WITH THE SHM£ THAT ncTson, John Bryant Fill. Miss Betty Wilson, a senior home conomics student at Arkansas Stat r-' ©RK. Vocation Bible School Held at Milligan Ridge Closing exercises for the Dal Vacation Bible School conducted the Mtlllgan Ridge School for Ihe past '.veek wn.-. held yesterday afternoon. Diplomas were awarded to those who had completed the work required during the school. Fifty children were enrolled with Miss Rosalie Duclos and Mrs. J. W. Sea- baiigh serving as directors. 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Hours will be from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. If you'ie interested, please call soon . . . we can take only a limited number. Filipinos Poisoned GUAM. May 18. OP'i—Six of 45 Salpan Filipinos hospitalized alter eating a poisonous moray remained in serious condition today. The Army's 22nd Hospital said three of tlicm were in grave condition. The others »re reported Improving. The poisonous moray was spearel off Salpan a week ago. A similar fish in the Philippine Islands is non-poisonous and is considered » delicacy among the Filipinos. IIS Chlekasa Phone !M« ! IIUI< J FL UCCll ltaniE,\i. »-i*.u, ,_. . -r,.. —. Is the former Miss Louise Fields. Organ Guild Meets MEMPHIS, M»y 16. tPt— The first) biennial Southern regional convention of the American Guild of Organists opened » three-day meet- Ing here today. , Delegates from Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Ten- Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 HSTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. IZ:*5 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today John Loves Mary with Ranald Regan and Jack Canon Paramount New, & Selected Short* Continuous Showing Ererydaj You con laugh when th» wealhermon warn* of humid heat waves. While others swelter, you switch to COOL COMFORT in your office ... at home . . . and enjoy the tonic of "vacation" climate all summer long. A handsome Yorkaire Room Conditioner — compact, easily installed, economically operated — allows you to put mor» energy in your work . . . more rest in your sleep. And in your business . . . grateful clients will doubly appreciate the cool, restful atmosphere of your office. Tuesday Only Music Man Phil Brito, Freddie Btew»r* Selected Short Subject Continnoiu Showing ET«ryd»y Box Office Opens «:*5 Show Starts 7:0* Openi Sunday 1:00: StarU I:1S Continuous Shows Sat. * Sun- Barrain Night E»ery NUht Except Saturday No panes honored on Sunday " Rou Theatre Last Time Today Sleep, My Love Kith CUudeUe Colbert, Don Amecri* fa* Movietone News ft Short Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE 3 n*w at new lew pfi 'SI ">nt, Linda, Be Good 11 with Filyjf. Knnx •nd John Habbard CITY ELECTRIC CO. "At Your Service" Phone 2241 * 119 So. Broadway COMING SOON TO THE RIT7- FAMILY HONEYMOON wllh Cla«- dette Colbert «: Fred MacMurraj BOY WITH GREEN HAIR »» n Pal O'Brien »nd Robert Rjan WHISPERING SMITH wltb A' 1 " Lartrt and Brenda Marshall MA AND PA KETTLE «Hh Mar- j«rt« Main •»« P«cy Kllbri*' ONE SUNDAY AFTERNOON • Marian »nd J»nli »»"

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