The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 18, 1949
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BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1949 Society, f 4461 Frank Palmer Takes Miss Lannum as Bride Mr. mil Mrs. Coleman Nathan JLiiimiim'of Osceola announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss ,LHa Mae Lannum, to Frank Palmer. son of O, L. Palmer and the late Mrs. Calmer of Blytheville. The-double- r!ng ceremony was performed Friday. August. 12, at the fcake Street Methodist Church here with the Rev. C. L. Harrison, pas- ter, ^officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Burcn Thompson served as the couple's only attendants. Following the ceremony the couple left for a wedding trip to Petit Jean Mountain and points In Oklahoma after which they will return to Blylhgvllle to make their home. Tackiest Couple Awarded Prizes at Jaycee Party The tackiest people in town last night were Elmer Itoss Smith and Mrs. Philip Applebaum. At least, that's what two Impartial judges at the Jaycce-Jaycettc Lac Icy party thought, for they awarded prizes for the most appropriate costume to them. . Mr. Smith came to the party m formal dress. He wore' a tuxedo trimmed with a frayert rnllar, complemented by a collapsible top hat and red and white bavber-pole- striped cane. ^. Mrs. Applebaum chose for the affair a frock in the Mammy Yokirni style, fashioned with H long, drooping hem. Her belt of gift wrapping was a striking accessory, while her apron gave a contrasting note to her outfit. Her accessories included strap sandals and pipe. She pinned •at her head a sunbonnefc of gi ham. Refreshments were served at the patry, with a committee of Jay- cettes in charge. Many articles of kltchenware for the clubhouse kitchen were given for admission. Weiner Roast Given On Thirteenth Birthday Billy Burnham celebrated thirteenth birthday Tuesday afternoon with a weiner roast at his home on West Vine. Games -were played by the 24 .children who came to the party with a prize won by -Ernest Lucas The guest of honor was presentee gifts. ' Ice cream and cake were servec by Mrs. Chester Burnham. An out of town guest was Leali'ice Butler of Dyess. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Nu Phi Mu will have a river picnic at Bartield at 7:30 p.m. C. and N. Birthday Club and families will meet at 7 p.m. at Walker Park for a picnic. Friday Miss Mildred Ann Short will become the bride of Billy Joe Geau at 7 p.m. at the home ol her parents on Hearn. Mrs. C. S. Dowdy will entertain the CBO Club. Saturday Blytheville Cotillion club will entertain at the Blue Hoom of the Hotel Noble at 9 p.m. .uxora Couple Married In Ceremony at Church UJXORA, Ark., Ougust It— Miss Sybil I/oralne Edwards, daughter ol Mi. and Mrs. Charles Edwards and Laroy R Owen Jr, ; son of Mr. and Mrs, Laroy R. Owen sr., were united in marlage Sunday afternoon at the Firot Baptist Church here In Luxora. The Rev. A. B. Hill performed tht double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with baskets of mixed garden flowers. Nnpt^Kl music was played by Miss Katherine Davis, and MLfs Wade MpKcnry sang "My Hero" and "I Love Tliee." Grieg. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a street length dress of white embroidered organdy vi'li a peter pan collar and a full tja'hered skirt. She wore a white lat with fuchsia flowers, and other vl.lte accessories. She carried a nosegay centered vi'.h a purple-throated white orchid oni which white ribbons streamed Miss Betty Mifflin, maid of honor, wore a green organdy dress with double collar extending to the waist in Ihe back, and a full skirt. He.r accessories were white and her Bits of News Mn ChailM Dunn is spending wo weeks in Memphis and Hot Bprlngi. Mra. James Lentz, Mis. Damon McL«od and Miss Ann McLeoU spent yesterday In Memphis. Condition ol baby Neil Mia/jh. who Is a patient at Memphis Hospital, Is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ingram have returned from a trip to Detroit and Canada, and other Northern points of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. P. C, Rothrock and son, Perry, are spending several days In Port Arthur, Texas, as the guests of Mr. Rothrock's mother. They plan to return Monday. Mks Ann Jones ts -'pending the week In Jonesboro as the guest of her parents. Mo&s Bryan has returned from a buyinc Irlp In the East. Amone the Blytheville people at- bouquet was of fuchsia carnations, i tending the wedding ol Miss Anne Junior bridesmaids, who wore identical dresses of yellow and pink embroidered organdy, were Misses Dorothy Dale and Marjorle Nell McGtmris '>! Reiser. Mr. Owen served as best man for his son. and John E. Harrison arks, the couple will make their of Blytheville was usher. After a wedding trip to the Oz- home temporarily with the groom's parents in Luxora. Sawyer Family Convenes For Reunion at Fork For the first time In her life. Mrs. Annie Mae Sawyer had all her children and • grandchildren together Sunday at a family reunion. Sixteen members of the sawyer family gathered at Walker Park for a picnic to celebrate the reunion. Tlie afternoon was spent informally. Out of town members Included Cpl. and Mrs. William E. sawyer and son from Denver. Colo., anc Mr. and Mrs. Willie P. Find and son of Caiw Girardeau, Mo. Others at the celebration Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sawyer ant two children, Mr. and Mrs. Elllotl Lambert and son, Mrs. Sawyer an< two daughters. Misses Jean and Peggy Sawyer, all of Blytheville. /U Tlie'Hospitals i RLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed'. Victor Stilwell. City. Jack Adams. Tomato. Glen J^nes, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Alice Towles. Manila. Dorothy Jean Berry, Armorel. WALLS. HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Jessie Hodge and baby, Lux ora. Wilma Joy Culluni, Caruthers ville. Mo. Mrs. Anderson Hicks and baby Holland. Mo. Mrs. MHttie Webb. City. Mrs. B. G. Canada and baby Air Base. Mrs. Keith Hall and baby, Hor nersville. Mo, J. A. Harris, Luxor: Galloway to Don Chamblin today n Augusta, Ark., are Chester Caldwell, H'Jrry Parr, John Whit*, and Edsel Barber. Mrs C. R, Collins is able to be up fter having been ill of malaria for hree weeks. Bill Wunderlich, Charles Wise, nd Will Whitner are spending the week at Cam]) Rio Vista at Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jarrett have eturned from a few days visit in Detroit and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. James Terry and amily have returned from a vaca- ion at Camp Rio Vista. The infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr., of Shreve- »rt, La!, formerly of Blytheville las been nnmed Emmalyn. The baby was born Saturday at Hlgh- and Sanatorium in shreveport. Mrs. Sen White Is spending several days n Shreveport as the guest of her daughter and family. Mrs. Sims s the former Miss Peggy Willie. Misses Peggy Reed and Marjorie ilobertson returned Saturday from Norfolk, Va., where they spent two weeks as the guests ol Miss Robertson's sister Mrs. Stanley Gaines and Clrref Potty Officer Gaines. Mrs. Clara Wetenkamp of Memphis will return to her home tomorrow after having spent the last ten days here as the guest of her son, A R. Wetenkamp and family Among the Blytheville residents attending Ihe MOAT production, "New Moon" Wednesday were Mrs. T. w. Neil and Mr. and Mrs William F. Bear. Condition of Mrs. Ad Richards of Clear Lake Road, who is a patient at Blytheville Hospital, is satisfactory Polly Wilson and Miss Lucille Wnite left yesterday lor St. Louis to make their home. While In Blytheville they were the hoiiscgue.sls or Mrs. Nancy Trlsler. Miss Wilson was .for several years child welfare consultant for Mississippi County. Mrs..Rasa Hall and Miss Lcalrlce Read Courier News Want Ads Thursday and Friday Tin M*d IN MMM rufcn n mttfec to m( PATRICIA NEAL KING VIGOR "^jJK^'^ii*?..?!"" "*« HENRY BL'WKE Paramount News & Selected Short Subject Continuous Showing Everyday Northwestern University Awards Scholarship to Blytheville Boy A year'* scholarship to Northwestern University at Evanston, III., ha* been awarded Charles McDanlel, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McDaniel, 214 East Da via. Mr. McDanlel will enter Media School of Duratllsm at Northwestern this fall as a ethman. At present he U a certified teacher commercial subjects at Blytheville Business A 1949 graduate ol Blytlievltle High School, . McDanlel was • ttad member of the clilclt- iw, high school paper, for four years, serving aa editor hU senior year, He was associate edi- or of the yearbook hU junior year. He was president of Quill and Scroll, honor- ry for high school Journalists, vice-president the National Honor Society, member of the eta Club and general manager of the senior G'harlea McOanlel ay». editorial wilting and for art work, He has won numerous prizes. In- both locally and state-wide. Mr. uding awards, certificates of merit McDanlel plans to leave about Sep- nt medals, for news, feature, and temper 4 to begin his college work. Aethodist Circles lave Regular Meetings The Cl'-ctes ol the First Methodist Ihureh met this weet for their egular meetings. Circle Or.e met In the afternoon t the home of Mrs, R. A. Porter with Mrs. Mary Henley as co- ostess. Circle. Two met In the afternoon There's more hat to be seen in new season's winners. The beige tell lace-masked "steeple" (center) reaches new height for fall, just as the (Upper-inspired cloche (mpper left) toes t» a mew deep- crowned depth. Another eloche, the "concertina" (upper right) s>kirts the high-low issue by u~ pleating on demand. The new derby taking the middle course (lower right) to feminiied kr a jockey veil. Black relvet toupee (lower left) Is worn low but is twined with taller turban »f gold reloar wreathed with black velvet leaves. Revival Is Scheduled By Armorel Baptists A two-week revival will begin at Armorel Baptist Church Sunday with the Rev. Russell Clubb ol Osceola as evangelist. There will be two services dally at 10 a.m. and 8 p m. with the Rev. W. O. Auten, pastor of Ormorel Baptist Church, directing singing. Th Bay _Hall j Mrs _ Barnam of Parma, Mo., spent yesterday in Blytheville as the guest of their son and cousin and family: They were en route to the Smoky Mountains lor a ten-day Vliit. Mvs z. M. McGhcc has returned from a tv;o-weeks visit in Kerr- vilie and Austin, Texas. She was accompanied oy her stsUr ami bvolh- cr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tims of Cuba, who are now touring Northern Cnnnda. Mr. and Mrs. Tims wore the house guests of Mrs. McGhRe prior to tlieir trip to Texas. Mrs, Beck to Recall Readin'/n Writin' Days "School days are here again"— these familiar words will once again apply to Mrs. R, M. Beck who will leave Friday to attend the annual reunion of her class of the 1890's of the Stone Corner School, a smalt school' near Paducah. Ky. The four reran in ing classmates will meet at Uie spacious Southern home of Mrs. P. A. Jones in C, enter, Ky., to renew old memories. This is the eighth year that the n has been in La Center. group, Mrs. Beck, Mrs. Jones, . C. Grable and Mrs. Claud SlraUon of Lexington, Ky., will begin their round of activities Saturday by attending a party to be given hi their honor. Among the many visitors will be their old "school marm", Mrs. Jennie Camp- bet! of Chicago. Among the activities planned are a boat trip to Kentucky Lake and n visit to the County Pair to accompany the many happy hours of reminiscing. Mrs, Beck does not plan to take Osceola News Dr. and Mrs. Martin Cliauin and son, Philip, of Evansvllle, Itid., arrived Friday to spend the inoulli with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. t the home of Mrs. Harry Halites, i H - J °nes, on Carson Luke. Twelve members were present Mrs. ! Another daughter, Mrs. W. B. Thorning Jr.. and daughter. Margo, and Mrs. w. B. Thorning Sr., of Houston, Texas, will arrive Saturday for several days visit. Their on, Dr. Harrell Jones, of McAllen, 'exas, flew up for the weekend with lis parents. Mrs. R. H. Jones has returned rom Rldgecrest Baptist Assembly, C.. where she went for the South- wide w.. M. U. Conference. She was joined at Memphis by Mrs. F. Goodbar and Miss Nancy Cooper Congress Holds Key To Truman's Vocation WASHINGTON, Aug. It. « President Truman laid the blam on Congress today for a delay his own vacation plans. The President, asked whether planned to take a vacation, told a news conference questioner: you ask Congress. He said he will have to be here until Congress finishes ite work, and he is in no position to jay when that will be. Oeorge Pyles gave the devotional with Mvs. O. E. Quellmalz giving he stuiiy. Circle Three met at 10 a.m. at he home of Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt! with nine members present andI hiee guests. Mrs. Roy Bagley. Mrs. ,V. L. Homer and Mrs Jimmy Mwards Mrs. Byron Moore gave the study and Mrs. John Poster the devotional. Circle Pour met at the home ol Mrs. Elton Klrby at 10 a.m. with nine members and one guest, Mrs. O. E Quellmalz. Mrs. Kirby gave the devotional and Mrs. Quellmalz thn study. Circle Five niet at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old with five members present. Mrs. Old gave the study. Circle Six met at Mrs. Harvey Morris' in the afternoon with 18 mombers present and one guest, Mrs. Frances Gixmmill who gave the devotional. Mrs. Dick White is new member. Mrs. James Guard gave the study. President Sanctions Ban Of Some States Righters her "memory book**, her class "annual" that she has compiled over the years recording activities of the group. Following the reunion Mrs. Beck will go to Lexington, Ky. p where she will be the guest of Mrs. Grable and Mrs. Straiten lor several days, She will return to Blyth«viHe In two weeks. WASHINGTON, Aug. 18. President Truman rave impliei , i backing today to a decision of the Democratic high command to ba some States Righters from nex Wednesday's national committee meeting. Mr. Truman was asked at a new conference whether he approved plans of retiring Chairman J. How ard McGrath to close the doo against some committeemen wh did not support the Truman cam Matter's paign last year. He replied the national commit tee Is in control of its own mem bership. And he added .with a signifi cant look at the newsmen, It made up ot Democrats. Read Courier News Want Ads. Df Little Rock, president and execu- ive-secretary of Arkansas Woman's Missionary Union: Mrs. Ford Mnggnrd and Mis. H. C. Terry of El Dorado, also officers of the stat* organization. Box Office Opens S:« Shww Starts 1:09 Openi Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:11 Continuous Shows Sat. &' Sun. Bargain Night Ever? N'ight Except Saturday No passes honored on Sundzj at ; ROIJ Theatre Thursday & Friday Fashioned of pin wale cotton corduroy. . . in South Seas Red, Caribbean Giocn, P;\lm Springs Brown and Moonlight Gray. Marvelously styled and amazingly low priced. Yes indeed , . . look for the Bonnie Baxter label . . . your assurance of something clever and exciting. 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