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PAGE FOUK BLYTHEVILLE (ABK.)' COUBffiR NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1949 £ocietu NewA Phon« 4461 Marriage of Catherine Joy Graham To William McClure Is Announced Mr. «nd Mrs. Herbert Graham announce the marriage of their daughter, Catherine Joy to William M. McClure of Steele, Missouri, son of Mr. and Mrs. John McClure. Vows were exchanged July 30 at the home of the Rev. J.o. Young,' minister of the Baptist Church in riggott, Arkansas. The bride's only attendant was Miss Patricia Jackson of Steele, Missouri. Miss Jackson wore a green frocSt with green accessories. The bride chose a frock of pink complimented with grey accessories. Floyd Snider of Steele, Missouri, served as best man. The couple will make their home In Blytheville where Mr. McClure Is employed by the C. & L. Transport Company of Caruthersvllle. Mrs. McClure If employed by Ark- Mo. Mrs. McClure Is a graduate of Blytheville schools. She was active in extra-curricular activities, having been a member of the Red Peppers, Glee Club and Home Economics Clubs. .Miss Catherine Graham schools R n ri Draughon's Business Mr. McClure attended Steele College In Memphis. Rural Club Women Go to Walcott For Missco Group's Annual Camp Little Rock, Local Events Compliment Miss Parks The Freeman Jernlgan home, 2216 Kenwood Drive, was the setting last night for three tables of bridge when Mrs. Jernigan and Mrs. William Jontz entertained for Miss - Mary Ann Parks, Bride-elect of Edgar notion Oslin, Jr. ';. Red Radlcnce rosebuds were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Each table was centered with a small bud vase. Miss Park's place was marked with a satin bow entwined with Red Radiance rosebuds. In the games, Mrs. Howard Olaham ol Steele, Missouri, won high ; and Miss Marilyn Deen low. Ml&s Parks chose for the affair a • blue silk shanting frock. She was presented a gilt in her .. china pattern by the hostesses. ••• A dessert course was served. Miss Parka returned over the ". weekend from Little Rock where • ehe had been the guest for a week " or her fiance, Edgar D. Osliu Jr., and his mother, while there she was feted at several social affairs. Monday Mrs. David Hyatt Jr. and Mrs. Meyer Mark entertained with a kitchen shower. e Sixty guests called Tuesday after.. noon at a tea at the Hotel Marion • to meet Miss Parks. Mrs. Oslin Sr. • was hostess. Mrs. Lloyd Lynn gave a luncheon • at the Riverdate Country Club ,.: Wednesday for Miss Parks, anr ,: Thursday morning she was guest of honor at R breakfast at the Sam •'. Peck Hotel, when Mrs. Leon Dun'; him and Mrs. Quinn Glover were hostesses. Thursday night Mr. and Mrs rormer Blytlieville Girl To Wed Missouri Man Mr. and Mrs. Allen Posey of Bismarck, Mo., formerly of Blylheville and Luxora, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter. Sara Allen Posey. Miss Posey will be married to Charles W. Medley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Medley of Fnrmiug- ton. Mo.. August 27 at the First Baptist Church in Bismarck. She Is a graduate of Bismarck High School and attended Plat River Junior College In Flat River, Mo., where she was n member of the student council, the dramatic, club and music groups. Mr. Medley graduated from Fred- erlcklown High School, Frertericlc- Miss {Catherine W«stbrook and Paul Westbrook are visiting relatives in Pine Bluff this week. Mrs. Snllte Nccdham returned Saturday froi;. Puplar Bluff, Mo., where she spent a week as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. P. K. Harris and Mr. Harris. Irs. W. B. McMuilln has returned from Tallulah, La., where she went, to be with the family of the lat' Mrs. George C. Sevler who died last Monday following a lengthy Illness. Mrs. Sevler was the former Miss Edn Garrett of Blylheville Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Wad« and family are spending two weeks In 'Hot Sprinfs. l.outs Idcomett. ATI. of Memphis and Mi. Elizabeth Joyner and Mrs, Prudence Joyner of Roscmark Tenn.. were the weekend guesls of Miss Veatrlce Lovelace. Arthur Oberst Favlor of Mendon Mo,, visited over the weekend witli his aunt. Mrs. W. T. Oberst. and his cousin, Mrs. S. S. Patterson He WHS .accompanied by five friends. Mrs. Dora Lowry and Curtis Lowry, mother and brother of Mrs Wagner Adams arrived Monday from Brownsville. Tenn,, to spend several days wilh Mr*. Adams, Mr Adams and their daughter. Linda Bill Brauey and Billy Wayne McFarland left this morning for the University of Arkansas at Fayette- vllle after spending the summer vacation here wllh their parents. Lt. Hal R. Thompson, of the Infantry Reserve, arrived homo from Camp Carson, Colo., where he has been with the Maountaln BKTHROTHEI>—Miss S»r» Allen Poscy's engagement to Charle* W. Medley of Farmlngton, Mo., I* announced here today. Miss posey the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mien l j osoy, formerly of Blythevilk, resides in Bismarck, Mo. Several members of Mississippi iounty's home demonstration clubs •ere at Crow-ley's Ridge State Park, near Walcott, Greene county, today or the opening of the county ouncll's annual rest camp Nine members assembled this morning at the home of Mrs. B. A. Bugg in Blytheville, and started he tour of the county club houses o pick up other members planning o attend the camp. Many of the women will spend hree days at the Slate Park. H s expected that others will plan o spend part ol the time, even though not attending the entire camp, Mrs. n. A. Copelaud of Yarbro, Mrs. Harvey Permenter and Mrs. Archie Norman of Double Bridges, vlrs. L. T. Biirnham, Mrs. Neta Bunch and Mrs. Bujig of Yarbro, vlrs. Glen Alexander of Lone Oak, vfrs. P. S. Parker of Dogwood, anri Mrs. Gertrude B. Holiman, home demonstration agent, left together this morning. Mrs. Essie Davis and Mrs. Charles Needham of Flat Lake and Mrs J.O. Huey of Lone Oak were expected to Join the group later today Training Detachment, He will re- townrMo., and also attended '?£ 1 i™.^™'"^ »' Ark — River Junior College. He served in the Army and Merchant Marine. Mr. Medley plans to enter (he Unl- Countrywide 4-H Dress Revue Planned To Select Entries for District Fair The entrants from Mississippi, enter the fair as representatives of County for the Northea-st Arkansas | this county. Approximately 21 District Dress Bevue, to be staged i counties a'.e expected to send en" ' Sept. 2f, as a part of Ihe fair, will determined Sept. 17 at the couii- dress revue. Mrs. Gertude B. Holiman, Home demonstration agent and 4-H Club dvisor, said that all 4-H Club embers were being notified and .ut several different divisions of intesLs had been planned. The revtie will be held at the nirt huusc here at 10 a.m. SepUm- •r n Winners will be picked In the hool drfi-s. best dress, and play •ess division, as well as winning lit and apron entries. The winners will be eligible to MARK1AGK ANNOUNCED — Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Jones of Osceola announce the marriage or tlieir daughter. Jewel. 10 Huron Thompson Jr., son of Mr. am! Mrs. Buren Thompson Sr. The ceremony was solemnized July 24 in Pigeott with Judge T. A. French officiating. The bride attended Shawnee High School, Joiner. Mr. Thompson received his education In Blytheville versity of this fall. Missouri at, Columbia Calvary Church Circle Studies Mexican Lite Mexican life was studied by Circle Two of the Calvary Baptist church Women's Missionary Union yesterday aftenuifin at the home of Mrs Carrie Pruitt. Mrs. Ed Williams was a guest In addition to the 15 members who attended. Mrs. v. L. Vastbimler was In charge of the program. Taking part. . . were Mrs. J. B. England, who described the "Missions of Mexico September 1. Miss Betty Nell Holtnnd spent Monday In Memphis. Euncne Still has returned from eight weeks at St. John's Camp In Dclaflcld. Wise. Mrs. Otis Shepherd and Mrs. Theodore Logan are on a six weeks trip to Oklahoma City. Grand Canyon. Los Angeles. San Friicisco. Seattle and other points of inlcr- Coming Events Social Calendar Businf.'-s Women's Circle Four ol the Calvary Baptist Church svil tnccv Hi Mis. Larry Byrum's hom( on Higi:way IB at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs nufurci Young, president, hii ca.lcd j tnee'.mg of the Execuliy Board .1 the High Sciiool P.-T.A toi 1 2 - 3c p ni. at the Women's Club Miss Kay Laferney will be hos less to the First Baptist Junior G A.'s at 2:30 p.m. Miss Dorothy Jo Royse «ill become the bride of nichard T. Mills tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nabers. Thursday Hlicl>p;ni Sunday School Cl.is-s cl Che First Baptist Church wll! meet at T:3P pin today for a notluck .mj'jier jnd business meeting at the clnircli Men's Chri.stijin BrulheL-ljoort of the Lake Street Methodist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Mis. T. W. Gofortli is h'osless to Ilic Thursday Rook Club. Gnsnell Women's Soclcly of Christian Service will meet at noon at the church for a potluck luncheon. Mrs. Eddie Ford will entertain the Avalon Bunco Club. along with members from the IVoa- Mrs. Permenter and Mrs. Nor- I schools. The couple will make their man were the only representatives home in Hlytheville. of South Mississippi County Clubs. Tnls l s the I list year the two sections of the county have combined camps. OUR PRICE IS RIGHTJ Look What.29.95 Will * ' Buy at Whitsitt's! County Tuberculosis Directors to Assemble The executive boaid of the Mississippi County 'Hiberculosis Association will meet at noon Thursday. Hays Sullivan, president, announced today. Mr, Sullivan said tiiiit the meeting was for routine business and to hear a lepml of the clinics conducted recently by the association in conjunction with the State Health Dcpai tment. RITZTHIATRI BY REFRIGERATION Hostess Presents Book To Calvary Church Girls Mrs. Hawkins Discusses China for W.S.C.S. Group Mrs. O. N. Hawkins visited the Lake Street Methodhl Church Women's Society of Christian Service meeting yesterday to deliver the study course. Her talk was HID fifth in-a series on "China." Mrs. W. L. Green opened the meeting with a prayer, after which Mrs. Billy Kinc, president, conducted a short business meeting. Mrs. Joe Strickland gave the devotional and Mrs. King dismissed the group with the benediction. Fourteen members were present. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1 :45 Show Slarts 2:00 K:'JO a.m. i^:4n p.m f.'MI p.m LISTEN TO KLCN Tuesday Only Sixteen Fathoms Deep \vilh I.on Chaney and Arthur Lake .Als<i Short Snh.tfrls Continuous Showing Every Day Wednesday Thursday & Friday . children. Mike. Mary Lee. Tommy and Bill ' St. Louis Lewis Thompson entertained with a surprise dinner party for both Miss Parks and her iiiince. Miss Parks and Mr. Oslin will be. married Sunday afternoon at the First Methodist Church here. • • * Dinner for Engaged Couple Also Honors Visitors Out-of-town guests here for the marriage tomorrow of Miss Dorothy Jo Royse to Riciiard T. Mills were ^o:!ored with a dinner last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Dinner was served buffet style from a table covered with a white damask cloth and centered with a bouquet of varicolored zinnias in a low bowl Miss Royse and Mr. Mills were meeting with prayer and Mis. England, president, disposed of routine business. The hostess gave the devotional from the Book of John. Mrs. Fondren asked the quesllon- "Can God Heal?" In her discusslnn; : 1 ls * P° lio followed by the closing prayer said' Infirmary, by Mrs. Veinon Boyd. •--• — Refreshments were served. Calvary Baptist Women Hear Varied Program A four part program was presented to 11 members anri two guilts when Mrs. Inez Gentry entertained Circle One ol Calvary Baptist Church yesterday. Two visitors were Mrs Pear.5 Burrish and Mrs Mrs. Mable presented with a silver tray by their : ovc-r the business session anri Mrs. host arfl hostess. ', P. H. Jcrniian Rave the prayer. Out of tcwn guests Included Miss ! Devo'ionr.l was given by Mrs. Rovse's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lucius dailies, of Berryville. Ark : Mr. Miss Shirley Davis of Jonesbnro was [he week-end guest of Mrs. C. C. Byrd and family. Linda Lee Mrs. Roy Head added a hook to Byrd returned to Jonesboro with "if Calvary Baptist Chuid Mtss Davis for a week's visit. i Yonnp Women's Association library Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thro and last night when lh»y met at her home. Slu- presented (ho group with a ti"\v book on retrr-Mlon. She also taught, the mission study from the text. "In the Direction of Factory. Mr. Thro at present is Dreams." manager of the Blytheville Rice-1 Photoeraps of Ihe association Slix factory. j were Inkcn drrine Hie eve-nine and ' Mr. ami Mrs. Everett Eubanks n: ' rtv frwls v:erf 5C>1 «' ri during the: spent Sunday in Little Rock visit- !t ™.'.Jl-!! r - I ing their son, James Tucker polio patient at St His condition factor. Mr. ahri Mrs. Ira Gallics. Mrs. John p. Walker. Mrs. Lury Thomp- Icave Thursday for to make their home. Mrs Meal <-ii«rin<r T""r!j! Mr ' Thro wi " ass ""ie * position "A M«k.n o-rten 8 " Wll ° ^' "' " le ™ in " ffl " >" R "*- 3t "< Mrs. H. J. Fondren opened the JUD1T GARLAND VAN JOHN who vine-cut's Is satis- Fourteen meeting. members attended the son and Mrs. Harold Thomson. Sr.. returned yesterday from Heber Springs where they spent a week as the guests of the Rev. Harold Thompson Sr., who is conducting a revival there. Mr. and Mrs: A. C .Wheat and Mr. and Mrs. John Stark? and children spent Ihe werk-cud at Bexar. Ark., as the gue.-ils ot Miss James "Icirstheimcrr. | Sherry Kay Starks, who is attetid- Lunsford presided 1 '"S lne B«ar j, !usic C amp. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, , . and Mrs. r 1 . E. Warren. Mis. Eliza- R. L. Banister of Blylheville. Mrs. R. D. Forshce and children, nobby and Linda, have returned ' from Balesvillc. .Ark. They were ' accompanied hv Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Forshee of Half Moon and Mr. mid Mr.s. Monroe Forshec of Os- ueola. Miss Sonclrn Lunsford has returned to hrr home after having spent the summer in Bate.sviilp as Hie iiuest of her aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs. John W. Edwards. Miss Louise Lcapett. Cliarlc- LCR- crtt and Mrs. Bob Burns returned Mr. i Saturday from a two weeks vacation in thn Eastern States. They Box OtTice Opens G:J5 Show Starts 7:1)0 Opens Sunday I:U(I; Starts 1:15 Cimtinuous Shuws Sat. A- Sun, B.lrtain Nielit Every \ijht Kxcept Saturday No [lasses honored 1111 Suiida} al Kox> Theatre Tuesday & Wednesday Mrs Unn Aycock was in charge of Recent Bride Showered By Y. W. A. Companions L. Royse Mills' parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. the program with Mrs. Tnomas Mills, and two brothers, John Mills, j Clark presenting the first part, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills, all "The Car That. Could Talk." of Osceola Neb. Mrs. Jcrnigan presented the second part. "Can God Heal?". "Rural Churrhe.-" \va.s given by Mrs. Luns- i fold.-rue Man I Fell In Love With" i was tlv fourth part presented. 'Hie Y. \V. A. of the First Baptist j Closir.c prayer was given by Mrs. Church presented gifts to Mrs. Bill i Smathcis McClurc last night at ttieir regit- j Rcfir.-hir.ents were served by the lar meeting at the home of Mrs.: hosle.^ McCluie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. • — Herbert Graham. j over the business session. Nineteen members and three, Misses Maxine Hill. Lounell Over- guests were present lor the meeting j man and Christine Austin prcsent- The visitors were Miss Peggy Van • ed the program. Winkle. Mrs. Alma Johnson and ' The hostess was assisted in serv- Mrs. John McCiurc nf Steele. Mo. ! ing by Mrs. Graham and Mrs. John- Miss Maxine Overman presided son. bcth Robinson. Mr.s. E. L. Hale and I visited friends at is'iagra Falls. Mrs. Win Campbell will be among ' Y., and Bcrnarrlsville. N. J. They the Blytheville people in Keilliett. i alsr> visited oilier |x>ints of intcicst. Mo . this afternoon for the [uncial j in the Now England states and.C.iit- of Mrs. J. W. Banister, mother of ada. •STUDEBAKE We Will Be Closed Monday August 22, Through August 28 I. R. JOHNSON CLINIC IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME' Technicolor! A KM] 1. WW P800BCIIOK oi'KUdbr Fiotucrtftr ROBERT 1. LEONARD - ;0t PASTERNAK Wnlttn loi tM ScifW bj HBtRI HKKETT. FRfflCfS GOOOJIICH ind IVAN JOBS fnm i SeitM Plj, 1. 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