The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 1, 1949
Page 4
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•PAGE FOUH BLYT1TEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, TUNE I, 1949 •'Rose-Morgan ' 'Marriage Is Announced Today An announcement of outstanding interest. In Blythcvllle Is that made today by Mr. and Mrs. Janics Whitney Morgan of the marriage of their daughter, Muss Mary Louise Morgan, to Richard Townsend Rose, son of Mr. and Mr.s. RSc-hDrd 'Churlns Rose of Roielimd. • Both Mr. and M;'s. Hose were students at the University of Arkansas, Fayotteville, and announcement of the marriage was withheld pending the close of the Spring semester at the University. , The single ring rites were read 'by the Rev. Fred W. Schmidtke, pastor, of the First Methodist Church in Monette, Mo., at bis ;honie at 3 o'clock In the afternoon ^•of Thursday, A]>rit ?S. The bride, who was attended by Mta Carolyn Wade of Blytheville, , as maid of honor, wore a -. maker suit of pastel pink, with ' black accessories and a shoulder :,corsage of orchids. ; MLss Wade chose a soft suit of "Navy blue, with which she wore ;bla<*k accessories and an orchid i-shonlder corsage. Charlie Nick Rose of Roseland, *also a student at the University, •served hi" brother as best man, and ! William Robert Diffee of Little ;Rc:k also wa.s present for the cere- ~'mony. Mrs. Rose was graduated from '"Blytheville High School last Spring, -and was a member of the fresh-man class at the University of Ark- -.ansas during the past year. In high • school she was a member of the '..National Honor Society, the Red ^Pepper Club and the Garden Club. . and participated in many other ex- :tra-curricula activities. ^ Mr. Rose was graduated from "Tennessee Military Institute, Sweet'•water, and was a Junior at the ^University, where he Ls affiliated .mth the Sigma Chi fraternity. •• Mr. and Mrs. Rase will arrive In '-Blytheville tonight and will make .Uheir home on the Rose plantation :at Roseland, where he will be asso- iciated with his father in business. :Mrs. Vance is Hostess iTo La Petite Club, Guests • Mrs. Arthur Vance was hostess ;yestcrd!iy when she entertained the 'La Petite Club and two tables of 'guests at the Country Club. Des- .•sert guests were Mrs. Freeman Rob- ;insbn and Mrs. Eugene Still. « A pink and green color scheme ?iras used In the decorations and was •also carried out in the tallies and Coleman won high ^napkins. Mrs. I. <? . V &ocielu Amelia Saliha, Society Editor w I'hone 4-161 Mrs. William K. Diffee. Townsenti Rose is the former Miss Mary Louise Morgan, am Mrs. Richard T. Rose MAKKIACiES ANNOUNCED— Mrs. Richard Mrs. William Robert Dlffce, the former Miss Frances Carolyn Wade. Their marriages are announced todaj by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Whitney Morgan, and Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Wade. . 'score In the bridge games for the 'members with Mrs. Eric Whitley 'winning second high. Guest high •was won by Mrs. Samuel F. Norris .i'and second by Mrs. Wade Jeffries ^with Mrs. Phil Robinson winning Abridge, '. f A dessert course was served by ,vthe hostess. ^Surprise Shower Given :For Mrs. William Lambert • Mr*. William Lambert WOE comp- "limented at a surprise shower last Anight when Mrs. Dick Watson and '.Mrs. Sam Sykes entertained 20 .guests at Mrs. Watson's home. '" The honoree wus presented a corsage of pink carnations by the hos- •tesses. ; During the evening, various party games and contests were played with ; prizes being won by Mr.s .P. J. Rel- abel, Mrs. Marshall Cunady and Miss Mabel McKay. The home was decorated in a pink and white color scheme with vases of pink roses adding to the atlrec- liveness of the decorations. Refreshments were served by the .'hostess later in the evening. Carolyn Wade, William R. Diffee Wed In Church The marriage of MLss Frances Carolyn WacJe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Edward Wade, to William Robert Diffee of Little Rack, is announced today by her parents. Announcement of the marriage, solemnized on Friday. May 13 In BentonviHe, WBJS withheld until the close of the Spring semester at the University of Arkansas, where both are students. The Rev. Mr. Overtoil, pastor of the First BaptisI Chu reli In Bentonville, read the single ring rites at the church a t 4 o'clock in the afternoon in the presence of a small group of friends. The bride wore a dressmaker suit of white cre]w, with a liny half hat of pink straw trimmer! with veiling and white flowers. Her accessories were In black, nnd she pinned an orchid at her shoulder. Mw. Richard Rose, the former Miss Mar? Morgan of Blytheville, war- matron of honor. Her frock was of p'nk with which she wore black accessories and an orchid corsage. Mr. Rose served Mr. Dirfee its best man, and also present for the c ere in ony were Miss Mary Mey ers of Little Rock, and Charlie Nick Rose of Roseland. Mrs. Diffee wa.s graduated from Blytheville High School last year, and Is H member of the freshman class at the University. While in high school she was active in many school alfairs and was a member of the Red Pepper Club nnd M\& Garden Club She was al5O one of the three finalists in the Beauty Pageant held here last Summer. Mr. Diffee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shelton Diffee of Little Rock, was 'graduated from LUMe Rock High School, and is a junior at the University of Arkansas where he is a member of Sigma Cht fraternity. He and his bride will arrive in Blylheville tomorrow for a brief visit with her parents before returning to FnyettevUle tor the Summer session at the University. Vliss Slankard Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Miss Betty Joyce Slanknrd, bride- etcct of Robert Lee Hundley of MLS. Allen Entertains Club Eight and Guests Mrs. Mavis Sett I em Ire was a VLUkiV VI J1.UUU1 \, i-i_-t_' iiitJiuii: v ui . . I'aragould, ma compli.m-ntcd Mon- ! Rl "-'i l yesterday with members lay night when Mrs. P. M. Kil- I £">» E.ght when Mrs RC Allen brew entertained with a mlsecll-! far - ™lertnined nt the Blythevlll aneou.s shower at her home, 2332 West Carolyn. Approximately 34 guests attended including one gur;st, Miss Hundley, aunt of the hride- jroom-elcct, nnd who is also a missionary in China, out of town ;uesls \verc from Paras;ould, Kennett. and Portubevilte, Mo. The living room was decorated with assortment of spring flowers in crystal and China Gaines were played, after winch the honorec was presented her gifts. Miss Slankurd wore [or this affair navy blue and white linen dress with white cries, The hostess was itssi.steci in .serving refreshments by Mrs. Marvin Oxford. Mrs. II. O.'siankard, Mrs. Herbert Belts and Miss Pauline Smith. Rev. Evans to Conduct Prayer Service Here Country Club. Jnring the bridge Mrs H. G. Partlow received high scor with Mrs. Settlemire receiving sec ond high. Following the bridge ganjes th served a dessert course. Pupils to be Presented In Piano Recital Friday A piano recital will be presente Friday evening, 8 o'clock at th high school auditorium by Mr: Minnie Lee .Jones Kemp's pupils. The program yill be composed o piano ducts, trios, solos and a girl quartette composed of Doris Cro rcll. Patricia Utlcy, Olda Barr an MnrltMic Scott. Other students to be presented are: Shirley Trlsmun, Janet Taylor, Pat Willingham, Joyce Ingrum, Beauton Stalling-;, Sally Mc- I Cidchen, Billy Hnney. Pat Stafford, The Rev. Cnrro; Evnns. student j Betty Watson, Sue Ledbetter, Ber- Bits of News Tommy Sylvester student at Ark- nsas State, Jonesboro and David ylvester, student at Oklahoma A nd M College, Stillwater. arrived ome to spend their summer vaca- ons here with their parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. They ill graduate next year. Condition of George Johns, 'Aho* as a patient al Walls Hospital, 'here he underwent treatment, and s now at his home, 330 East llssourl, is improved. He is now ble to have visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graves of Kor- yce spent the weekend here as uests of Mrs. Graves' parents, Mr. nd Mrs. 0. O. Graves. His son, Immle returned for a visit In For- iyce with them. Mayor Doyle Henderson left to- lay for Nashville, Tenn., where he will accompany home his son, Charles Henderson, who is a student it Vanderbilt University there. He will spend his summer vacation lere. Mrs. W. S. McDanicl and son, Ully are visiting with her mother Regular Meeting Held By Friendship Class The Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met last ntght at the church for their regular meeting with Mrs. A. T. Hays and Mrs. Charles Frazicr as hostesses. There were 14 present. During the business .session, Mrs. Hays and Mrs. Nathan Marshall were appointed as group captains. The devotional taken from the book of Psalms was given by Mrs. James Fisher. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Pat Uhitmon and Mrs. C. L Evans. During the social hmir, games were played under (he direction of Mrs. Marvin Ra/er, after whicti the served a dessert course with iced drinks. Maiden. Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Morris I'eturned Monday night from Nash- I'ille, Tenn., where they spent the weekend her brother, and At The Hospitals Bl.vlhcvillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Turner Coggins and baby, lit. 3, city. Mrs. G. B. Castlcman, city. Walls Huspilal Dismissed: Mrs. Eugene Battles and baby. at Ouadiitft Baptist Colleye. Arka- in, will be speaker at the prayer service tonight, 7:45 o'clock, at the First Baptist Church. He is conducting the service in the absence of the pastor, the Hev. E. C. Brown, who is conducting a revival at the Chapel Mission on Lilly tha Ann Gaines, Garry Taylor, Ann Seay, Alice Ledbctter, Bonnie Nell McCormick, Joyce Buchanan, Ruth Trtmun, Rosctta Smith and -Edna. Smith, all of Blytheville; Mildred Wynes, Huffman; Bonnie Koonce, Burdette;; Virginia Pepper, Bob Dallas. Mary Ella Ray and Blllie sister, Mrs. Earl Miller and Aubrey W. Colcman and families. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson left yesterday for a motor trip to the Atlantic Coast of the Carolina's. They plan to be gone a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bass and son, Martin, spent the weekend in Pine Bluff as guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Roebuck and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bass and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Blankenship of Mar/cl and Mrs. Clutus Joyner of Bosemark, Tenn., were the weekend guests of Mrs. Kate Blankenship and daughter. Mrs. Beatrice Lovelace. While here they also visit ed with Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Halstead and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris. Ed Townsend of Louisville, Ky., was the guest Saturday of his fiance Miss Joyce Damon and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emll M. Damon. She returned to Charleston, Mo., with him Sunday where they were the guests of his mother, Mrs.' Grace Townsend. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook and Mrs. Qarth Castlio went to Pulton, Mo.. Sunday to accompany home their daughters. Miss Katherlne West- rook and Miss Leta Rose Castlio. both students at William Wood College. They will spend their summer vacation here. Wendell Pat Chitmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Chitmon, has been confined to his home, 408 North Broadway, with a throat Infection. His condition is improved. K'/.Mrs. Lacey- Gordon and son. Marshall, have gone to Bluefield, w. Va., city. Mrs. Gus Bedding, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Hershel Gann and baby, city. Miss Laverne Sudbury, Carthurs- ville. Mo. Betty Jean Wright, Deering. Mo. to join Mr. Gordon, after an extended visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iverson Morris. Enroute there she visited with friends and relatives in Nashville, Tenn. Mrs. Leon H. Davis, and her sis- ter-in-Iiiw who i<i her housteuesl. Miss Anne Davis of Lake Shore Club, Chicago. 111., spent the weekend in the Ozarks and were joined by Mr. Davis of Clarksdale. Miss. They left today for Clarksdale, where they will visit Mr. Davis. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday The Jaycettes will meet at Walker Park at 6:30 p.m. for a welner rnast. Thursday Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe will present her piano pupils In a recital In the high school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. The Nu Phi Mu Sorority will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Child with Mrs. Pat Allen as hostess at 1:30 p m. Quarterly conference business session and board meeting at the First Methodist Church at-7:30 p.m. Mr*. Lynn Brown will be hostess to the Double Four Club. ilythevinv Rook Club will meet at the home of Mrs. R. A. Copeland. Mrs. Haleleh Sylvester will be hostess to the Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Neville Blakemore will entertain the Thursday Rook Club. The Avalon Bunco Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Norman Speck. Friday The Dorcas Sunday School Cta-s.^ of the First Baptist Church will tnect at the church at 2:30 p.m. for a business and social meeting. Hos- tes^es will be Mrs. J. V. Wallace and Mrs. Pearl Hires. Mrs O. O. Elkins will be hostess, to the CB.C. Club. Mrs. Russell C. Far will entertain the Friday Contract Club. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—12:1' pin. Difference There is a difference of 27 mile iti the diameter of the earth the equator and at the poles. A the equator, its diameter is 792 miles: at the poles, 7809 miles. Street each night this week at Louise Hartiin, Armorel; Leannette 7:30 -o'clock. 'Ilie Rev. Mr. Evnns will be asso- and Anna Jackson, Number Eight; Edward Moore, Number Nine and elated In the Vacation Bible Sschool | Samy. Judy and Ginger Yarbrough at the church and will later direct music at several revival services to be held Jiere. and Sue Strand, of Stccle, Mo. Head Courier News Want Ads .Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Jesse Taylor V Mrs. Jesse Taylor was hosless 'yesterday when she entertained the :Tuseday Bridge Club with a 1 o'- ' '.clock luncheon at her home at 811 West Main. . Luncheon was served at the din- -ing table which was centered with an attractive arrangement of spring ^flowers in pastel shades. Other •vases of flowers were used In the entertaining rooms of the home. | In the bridge games played following the luncheon, high score went to Mrs. Max Reid with Mrs Mur- .ray Smart receiving second high.'by the guests. E. N. Webb Honored At Birthday Dinner E. N. Webb wns honored lust night on his blrthdny when Mrs. Webb entertained wilh a Ijirlh- dny dinner nt their home at the Veterans Housing Quarters in B'.ytheville. Twenty elghl guests attended the affair. Dinner was served nt the dining lnb!e which was centered with a low crystal bowl filled with mixed flowers. Other vnscs of flowers were arranged throughout the home. Following dinner, the remainder of the evening was spent Informally CHILDREN'S SUMMER MUSIC CLASSES Fowlston SCHOOL OF MUSIC Here's the ideal way to occupy you: cliilcl in the mornings during the coining sumtnei months We are oETtnmg to all who enroll a full morninfi music school in Piano, Voice, Folk ' Dancing, Music History, nnd Listening Hours will be from 3:30 to 11:30 a.m It you're interested, please call soon . , we can take only a limited number 815 ClnckasiuwiJ 1 i'linnc HOW Eating Out? Try Our Home-Cooked Meals NOON LUNCH 75c Includes Dessert and Iced Tea And, of course, you may c;it all you like. Three meals are .served daily; please inquire about the rates for uur other meals, either individually or by the week. You're invited tn tome regularly or by appointment. Call 3589. Mrs. Maude Cassidy On Ash Street Dircclly South of Meyer's Bakerj It Is estimated that the largest '. the Indian mounds at Cahokla, I., might have Ukeu 100 yeari to uild. NOW cooting V s wM HuMKo NOTICE! Rirz Pictures Shown At Roxy Matinee Until Friday C Ritz Closed In Afternoons From now until Friday, June 3, (he KHz Theater will be closed in the afternoons to permit us to install the brand new refrigeration air-conditioning system! See the Ritz pictures (hen at the Roxy beginning at 2 p m. Of course, the Ritz will be open in the evenings, beginning at 6:30. klifl Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN jS-.M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:38 p.m. Wherever You Go Travel Refreshed Last Time Today A Song Is Born with Danny Kay* and Virginia i>Iayo Selected Short Subject LADIES Something Nice Is Going to Happen for You! • Walch Thursday's Paptr • House of Charm Deal and Whiscnhunt Reopening TODAY with a Complete New KITCHEN try our Finer, Tastier Foods GOFF HOTEL Coffee Shop ,-lskJor it either Kay . . . both trade-murks mean the same thing. 1OTHEO UNDtr AUTHORITY Of IH£ COCA-COLA COMFAMY »Y COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHKVM.l.E <5 m?. Th, C«o.Coia Cor Thursday & Friday —v~- —v* — ^/LADD- PRESTON tlFIM HNALI MARSHALL-CRISP 'WHISPEBDIG SMITH' Bo* Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sunda; 1:60: Starts I:!* Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Ever? Night Except Saturday No puior] honored on Sunday nt ROXT Theatre Last Time Today Tender Years with .toe E-' Brown Heading for Heaven wilh Stuart Krwin and GleniU Farrcll Thursday & Friday

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