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PAGE TWO , BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 2), 1947 Emily Wixson, Society Editor § Mrs. UiiroliU A. Pi'nnentev of I.nxovn \v;ts b o I' it r G he>- mrti'rijiB'J hist Sunday M i s s Sara Warring ton of iilylhc ville, • tlatitfli ill 1 , ami I.. H iif ton Division lor of Mi' a. Dessert Bridge Honors Bricfe-elect Pat Wise i, «. Mis» v Patricia Wise, whose wedding-^o Clarence Web!) will be 'one ot Uie summer's outstanding socIalVemits, was again honored last rflght when Mrs. E II. Lan- cashir§ mid Mrs. Harry W. Unities entertained-with a 'Uesscit, bridge at th* Lancashire hoiiv), l(m ChickfisawBa, St. Sin*, yases of roses anl daisies ccnlert>d tables and Uiosc {lowers also uredoniinatcd in decorations throughout, the home. The 1 'guest of honor was presented a^.cook boot and gilts weie also given to'Miss Billette Trombla df Lincoln Nebr., and Mrs. BettyTj PlUllljJs. 'who Jicl:! high score .in bridge games. ' Othfr than bridge ftuajls were ' Mrs. yoyd ,V. Wise, moth-.-i- of the bride-elect; Jlrs. Prank I- Webb, . mollieV of Ihe bridegroom-elecl, and M*rs. P. O. Reichel. f.. • » • John Oliver Coppedge i Wed-'in Ceremony Today Ensijii John Oliver Coppedge. USN, who attended..Blytheville High , Echocfl-and was outstanding in ath- 'letics Jt 1 ? 1 ^ 0 ' lirarrlcd Miss Ann Elizabeth, brlscoll of Alexandria, Vu., dauglrter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy RaymBnct Driscoll, also of Alexandria, iij a ceremony today at Trinity MeUiodist Church in Alexandria. . Following the ceremony, a recep- tlon v?|is held at the home of the bride's-.parents at G03 Ponlatne St. " Eiislgn Coppedge is the son of Mrs. Jya coppedge, who has been maklna her home in' Hot Springs, nnd Stielby W. Coppedge of Memphis. Ite is the nephew of Mr. and Mrs. pliver W. Coppedge or Blytheville, with whom he made his home "while attending school here. He wi£ knpwii as ."Bo" Coppetlgc in atliletlc circles. , • \ He irttendeci Virginia Military In| Ettttite^ Lexington, two years before receiyiug nil appointment to United States" Naval 'Academy. Aimpolis, Md., by 'SenTitor Hattie W. Caraway. , , Following his graduation last * SuuuneT, Ensign Coppedge made ocean cruises and now Is stationed in California. Ensign .Coppedge visited Mr. and Mrs. Coppedge and Iriends here for a brie£ time this week. High '^School Parties Include Two Dinners Biy South St. Tii.- wns ;,T,' c<l U'oni llievilk' SchotA i'onnL'i'ly employed Fanner's Raul and 'l l r u .s ! Company li«rc Aroufid up of Blylhcvnlc School S social activities this weei diseiouferi that among the mail events ijwere a 'Red Pcppsr Chib steak supper -Monday.-night-atCiimi MonltriJ! and a party;'-!felvcli Wed nesciayjnight by MaeiBethTRog daughter of Mr. and'/Mrs; Y. Hoser s :of Clear Lake,- for 24 of he senior classmates. ""-' ~ .; " Tabliiii at the 'Red .EpppQr-..supp5r were decorated with rert and while peonies and roses. , The £roup discussgrt in round- tab!e style. "Athletics: oj::thV, JMt. urn". ^tLooklne- Back "^>v'e'r' the Bits of News Pvuotta.1 [ames Robinson Weds San Diego Resident _ 'Announcement was made 5f the marriage of James Elvis Ro'o- nson, seaman first class. USi^. .on of Mr. and Mrs. L. .1. Robinson of Blytheville, to Miss Acnes Thompson of San Diego. The wedding was solcmiz.'d 'April '5 in San Diago. Seaman Robinson, now slatinneri n San Diego, is a veteran ol four ind a hall years Naval sei'V-icc, including duty in the Pacific Theal- and the Orient. He recently le- turncd to the slates from China. Following his discharge In Hie Fall, he and Mrs. Robinson will make their home here.' • * • Pathfinders Have Picnic Members of the Pathfinder's Class of First Methodist Church had a picnic Tmirstlivy night at Walker Park, which 52 members ami two guests, the Rev. ami Mv.;. Allen D. atewixrt, attended. Hostesses were Mrs. L. Johnson. Mrs. C. E. Graves and Mrs. Vance Henderson. Games included the "old fashioned .square dance" and "Ginuv, crack ^corn". Mrs. Glenn LaiUl rtl- rectcdiGames. C'.NH Club and two other gue.sls. Mrs. naskcll 131aiikenshlp and Mrs. Coady Eaton Mrs. N. J. Humphrey won high today score pri/e In games, bunco went to Mrs, Dalon and low lo Mrs Ilaskell Illankenship. The hostess served a sandwich plate. Mr, and Mrs. 13. T. Worthy nm)- Mi 1 , and Mrs. Loy Welch were in Marked Tree lost slight lo attend Die commencement exercises of Marked Tree High .School erad- uatton class when their yrand- d.iutihter ami niece, Miss Doz'K Worthy, was .SHlnlatorian. Mr. uitl Mrs. n ivld Koonc of Nev/ Orleans, are visiltu^ Ills mother, Mis. Annie. I. Jloone, ami family. Dr. ri'd Mi'.s. KcMli .H. -\visti and clilldicn of Uimtiir. S. c., wiil arrive hero thi.i weekend • lo be the houscynests of' Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Nnbers and visit friends. The Wlser.s made (heir home here fnr two years when Dr. Wiser wars Ktallone 1 at HI',Hit-vine Army Air Field us a cap- lain. They are en vdtitn to lov.'a lo visit relatives and friends. Mrs. 1). H. VniiPiiUon of Jr-vonie. Idaho, accompanied her .soil, Ivan fl. VanPullon, and Mrs. VanPatlon, bat:k her*; when they re',miu?d this wetrl: after spending a i'.iree-week' vacation In the West. Mrs. 'Newton B. Fisiie.- is able to be up at'lrr having been ill lhp! ast two weeks. She i.; the former vliss Virginia Hill. Viwanians Select Youth To Attend Boys' State Hobby Goiemnn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert C. Colejnan of 310 East Davis Slreel.' hu s beoii chosen : by members of theBlylhcville Kiwanis Ohtb as the li.'tli re:ireseiitativo-of BlytliciyillB al the ID-TI session 01 12nys .Slate in I.iltle Hock June 1-1 Miss Geneva Killabrev; ot Flint, Midi.. Kinmldaiiijliler •>! Mis. P. M. Killabrew, 2314 West C.irulyn St., became the bt'iik? May 12 of Elmer Mo.s3jy, -sun of Mr. and Mi'.s. \Vil)J:im Mosby i»f l.amon, lud., in -i ecre- mony at the liajilist Chnrc-1: in 1'linl T'lie t>i itle lias been a I:c-o.uen1 Jilytlieville visitor. Events MONDAY Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist cVijrch 1 meetlnj; in circle grou)«. Cir.:;c> One with M?.=. j W. w. Watson; Circle Two. with Mrs. C. M. Smart; Circle Tine 1 with Mrs. E. L. IJale; Circle Four with Mrs, Jim Ciiifton; Circle F:v(: with Mrs. Albert EndertlR.aml Olrci 1 - 1 Six u'llli Mis, Eiirks liarkor. Mrs. Harold Thonipsotvhoi'es.i to Young Women's Missionary Society of Church ot Nazarenc. Womans Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist church meeting in circle groups. Circle Ozie with Mrs. clarence Harr.bo; Circle Two with Mrs. Cacrn Pruitt. Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church meeting at the church. TUESDAY Mrs. Murray SintirL hostess ID Tuesday Uridge Club. Mrs. Russell Hnyncs Parr hostess to Tri-Town Bridge Club. Mrs. N. G. Jerome cntertainin-; La Nueve Club. THURSDAY Mis. Ross r>. Hu'jhes hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract Club mect'nB with Mis. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. R. A. copeland will be hostess lo Jolly Eight Club. Mrs. N. J. Humphrey liostess to GNU club. At The Hospital* BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITALS Admitted: Mis. R. A. Hubbard, city, Mrs. W. L. Cullum, city. Marshall Gentry, city. George Caudle, city. Dismissed: Charles Sallba. Stcele, Mo. Mrs. Essie Davis, city. Mrs. James Morris, Memphis. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. W. T. Stewart, city. Glenda slaughter, city. Donnic cassidy, fit, 1, Canithers- ville. Mo. , Mrs. Clyde Hodge. Steele, Mo. BAPTIST HOSPITAL. MEMPHIS Dismissed: Mrs. c. C. Councile, lilylheaillc. MKTHODjoT HOS1'1TAI« • MEMPHIS I Dismissed: Frank M. Bailey, Osceola. John White to Receive Diploma at Kerriper John A.-White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd white,. will graduate from Keruper Military School. Boonville; Mo,, in commencement exercises Monday morning mid will return here altenvard with his par- enls. Dr. H. Roe nartle of Kansas City, Mo., will miikc the 'commencement address. Dean F. ,!. Marston will Di'escnt classes and Col. A. M. Hitch will award diplomas. Mr. and Mrs. While left today for Boonville. u c rances Harrell Bride John Elmer Johnson Activities Program Given At Hiyh Schoo) Assembly Frant-es llarrell, dauyht^r of 'Mr. and Mrs. E. C!. llarrell nf Mnnetle. became the bride of John EJmc'f Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Johnson of Leachvill^, stud in a ceremony performed last .Sun- dav. May 18. at the home of the The proposed plan nnd purpose of the 'jiigh School activities pro- tram was presented yeslerd.iy moniini! iu assembly, when Law Student O/f/cer for Kappa Alohas 'Russell Keinmiller, of Blytlievillo. a first year law student at the University of Arkansas, has been elected as vice-president of the Kappa Alpha Order lo serve for the C'omin^ year. | Dale Dunn, a first year law sfu- clcnt from Hamilton, Ark., was elected as president of that orga- nisation and Bill Lambovt. sonlui- unore engineering student from Van Buren. was elected as rocovd- iiut st^ci'ctary. Mr. Reinmiller is the son of Mrs. Homer Wilson and the late John F. Reinmiller. Moss Bryan Presents The Unusual Gift For Eor'n Boys and Girls at Graduation at THE GIFT SHOP iOI! Kasi Main HI reel last", 'and "Standards bv Which Awards are lo be .^ Hihson Hostess To Jolly Eight Club Mrs. Harold Hinson was hostess Thursday afternoon lo members of the Jolly Eight Club. •Roses and peonies decoraled the Athletic Award? nre lo be Prcs- Uvi »E room, where Ihe laonp play- cntcd."; ' • I ctt rook, lllgli scroe prize went to At tfee conclusion of the pany.l M rs. T. W. Goforlh. second '' ' 'fills were uresentcrt to Julia Ann Woodstfli, senior and retiring "presi- 1'isli I'i'y Celebrates I wo Boys' Birthdays Larry Hearn. who celebrated hi 17th birthday today, and George Lamb, who observed his 17th birthday Thursday, were honored by Mrs. John Foster and Mrs. .lerry llearn when they cnterlalncd yesterday afternoon with u iish fry in Ihe ynrrt of Die Henri) home. Onesls for the occasion were in- litiuilc friends of the two boys- 1 raining Union Social Held at Ebb Carson Home I Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mrs. .1. D. | Adkins were hostesses last nl^hL ut the home of Mrs. Ca:';oii to Ihe Steady Workers' Train.::.; Unloi 1 . ol First lUaptist Clnnx'h. The Ki'oup presented a «lfl to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Syke.i, wiiysy home was destroyed by fire.''the first of tile week. In addition to Ihe 17 members iircscnt. a visitor, Mrs.' IX U. Van L'alton of Jerome, Idaho, who is visiliny her son. Ivan P.. VanP:>t- Lon, :uid Mrs. VanPatton. Rook Club Party Given By Mrs. R A Copcland Hoss Stevens, chairman 'of the clutj's lioy State committee announced today. The five bov<i will leave for Little Rcick May :)1 to attend the "Boys Elnlo which is a week-long trainiin: session in s^overnmenlal i>ro- cedure sponsored annually by the. American Legion. f~ lU'prt'SL'ntive.s from ir.any cities in the state will congregate in the Capital City for the week-lone training period. The youths will climax their .study by selecting some members of the group to serve in every elective state office and they will "take over" and run the state affairs for one day. Boys State follows Immediately afler the Girls State session which provides similar training for girls of Ihe staler. Ten nlythovillo girl will iKivlicipale in Girls Stale this year. — Caldwell. president of the 19!'j-t7 Student Council, acletT 'as chairman. The pro sin in opt lied with the bride's parents. i S (. iu ieiit body singing the Alma Mater, following which a brief outline of the plan'and jiurpase of activities of succeeding years wa; presented Uy Dudley Hardy, St'.i- itii Welsh, presented * program ol de|ll <j ounc ii president for 1947-48. nniiliai nnisic. | , Miss Rosa , M iiavdy, principal. Tlie improvised allar was fashion- briefly discussed the reasons for a ed b.'lween two tall floor baskets student Council. W. B. Nicholson. of wliiu- roses and white peonies.. sl , 1)Cr i M ten(li:nt, siwke on (he edu- Vc\vs were exchanged in the pros- cuUona i vn ],, B o [ extra-class acliv- Tin' at I h Mrs, Kev. !•'. M. Sweet, officiated double rins; ceremony. Norma Jean Calrton. vocal soloist, pcfompanied by Mi'.s Jitan- to Mrs. Grovcr Wren an<l rotiko to Mrs. J. O. Ilucy. The hosless served a dessert course. Club Entertained r'cnt. aud lo Miss Lima B. Wilhelm, faculty i advisor. Betty Plceman, president of the. flub for next year nmdn the nresentntions. Wlieij Miss Rogers entertained .-. she nave a dinner at Delta Club DV Ml'S. nnri the group went to the movie ! MterwaVd. She was asslsled by her Mrs. II. C. Blanxenship wns hos- parents, \ Hj| tess Thursday night to members »^ Mrs. H. A. Copeland was Iv.s- lesj; yesterday aftei-nnoA lo Ihe iC C'lnb wijh a rook party. Mrs. Paul Hynmi \von hig!i score pri/e in afternoon panics second hiRh went, to Mis. Cornelius Scherer and rooko to Mrs. A. j\. Hardy. The home \vas decoraled with cut roses andother flowers for the occasion. The hosless served refreshments 'of anyel food cake with ice cream and Mrs. Wilson Honored At Miscellaneous Party Mrs. Henry "Wilson, who will leave Monday with Mr. wilsor for I.aramie, Wyoming, to niaW their home, was honored last night with a mtsrellancous shOvV- er given by Mrs. Tom Hardin at the home of her mother MIT.. II. E. Tinker. Mr. nnrt Mr's./ \yilson , will make their home in Laramic while he is attending Ihe University of Wyoming there, j The yo quests were enleiiaincii , in a setting of roses aiid honey- •sucklo in 'effective arranVomcms, j The gift (able was decoraled ' pastel shades. j Pn/cs ill evening games were won by Mrs. John Cnck. Mrs Earl Walker and Mrs. lioberl I.ce Smllh. Tile guest of honor wn. L : presented a corsage o[ red roses. Mrs. Tommy Tinker ass' Mrs. Hnrdin in enti .evving refreshments platu with cold W. E. Wallace Caiullc. dice of members ol Die couple's families anil intimate friends. Tlie bride wore a two piece dre=s of white crepe with Navy blue accessories. She carried an arm bou- j;uel of pink carnations. Her maid b: lionor. Miss Betty Lee Sutherland of Jonesboro. wore a dress of dusty rose with tan accessories. Enp wore a shoulder corsage of white carnulions. Verlon Darr of Monelte serv.nl Mr. Jolnistjn as best man. A reception wa s held following Ihe ceremony. Mrs. Henry Ball, sister, of tiie bride, and Mrs. Inez Hcise. sister of the bridegroom, presided nt the refreshment table. -Following a wedding trip. Mr. and 'Mrs. Johnson will make their home in Leachvillc. ities. As another part of the program, 50 ori;aniv.ation presidents o[ the present term ami next year were introduced. Miss Luna B. Wil- heldm, activities faculty chairman, was in charge of the program and NOW at— Liberty Cash Grocery Mrs. Wilson Henry was of music presented. m charge 11 New B. & ( P. W 1 In CaMtfter$y!"e Commencement Exercises next year of the Prurcs.i;ur.Bl W<>- Canitlievsvilio have Otficcrs Tor Business and moil's Club :it hccn nametl. They me Mrs. R. B. Culver, president; Mrs. L,. L. Circen. first vice president; Mrs. Gcrtnulc McF.lvaln. second vice president; Mrs. Hugh A. Tistady, recording correspondinEr secretary; Mrs. Raye SUt)nd, treasurer and Mrs. Agatha Wilks. piirliamcntariti'.l. Louisianan Will Give Flannel Board Lesson Mrs. J. D. Stafford, childrais' worker of Vivian. La., will give a flannel hoard lesson lo the Sunday School of First Clmrch of the Naxarenc in opening exercises tomorrow morning, llie Rev. Daniel Stafford, pastor, siiiil today. Mrs. Stafford travels over tha nation conducting children services and Vacation Bible Schools She tells different Bible stories using flannel' pictures to 'illustrate tho story. The Ecv. Mr. SlalTo.nl' sal:l the public wa-s hivited. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sixes 2-7 The TOT SHOP nonius Best Bet for Breakfast Top off an all.Amefican breaklast of ffutt juico, cggi and coflea wjlh tempting, lolly D.anuli. They'ie made an Ihe tpol by 111* UOWNVFIAKE Donut machioc-lfelh-l>ot~ delccioui — nutritiausl Gel four box today! SIC THEM MAOt AT. . . Continuous Evt-ry D;iy Kox Office Opens 1:45 Show Stavtf! 2:(IO LISTEN' TO KI.CN 8:00 .i.m. 12:45 ]>,m 4:30 p.m. Sanders' Parents of Son OSCEOLA, Ark.. May 24—Ml 1 , and Mrs. C. Franklin Sanders ai'c parents of a son 'oor i this morn- •tiiinhv; aud ing at their home in Osceola. He or sandwich! has been named C. Franklin Jr. Manila News Mrs. Bessie Russell and daughters. Mabel and Mildred of Detroit, spent a few days this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond- Fox and other relatives. Mrs. Longa Alfonso of TnmpaJ Fla.. is visiting her mother, Mrs. I Ida Daughter}', who is ill. ' Plain Donuls Dozen Sugared Dozen Donuls Glazed or Frosted Dozen 30 35 C 40 Saturday Texan wilh Charles Kt.irri'tt SerLll ."Son of QnartUTii.in 1 ' Nil and Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 1S:30 to 11:30 1!? drinks \\erc Mr.s, and Mrs. Ralph They are parenUs cf t'.vo other I children. Mr. Sunders is superintendent of Osceola schools. LOST CANE i Class of 1947 r ; ; Baccalaureate Services in gymnasium Sundny, Mai/ ; 25, 2:30 p.m. : Processional, Mrs. R. B. Craig,- Hytnn, Bless Be the ; Tie that Binds; invocation T. A, Bourland; introtlue- lion of speaker 6i/ James L, Mathcs; messaae by the ; Rev. Martin Bierbaitm, pastor of Manila Methodist : cfuirch; benediction by the Rev. R. B. Craig; reces- • sional, Mrs. R. B Craig. : Graduation exercises, Wednesday, May 28, S:30 p.m. • Processional Mrs. R. B. Craig; invocation, the Rev. I R. B.Craig; song, America the Beautiful; salutator- ' ian's address, Marie Bourland; address, Philip J. I Deer; song, Youth for Christ; valedictorian's ad: drew, Fredia Fincher; presentation of diplomas, J. : F. Harris; recessional, Mrs. R. B. Craig; benediction, : T. A. Bourland. Play Safe and Beautify Too! PROTECTION YEAR 'ROUND It' your liomo l:\rks lln> protection ol' window j;u;vv<U . . . you're taking uniiiH-esftary chances! Opon windows during summer months invite prowlers. Tl.AV SAKK! Hsivo Uonl's install famous NATIONAL WINDOW (iUAUl)S on your home fov oulslandinn- beauty iitul ease your mind of worry too! Free Kstiniatos— no obligation. DEAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE "Your Wallpap«r S«y/« Center" 104 So. 1st Phone 469 Get Yours half-price sale! Now/ MICHAEL CHEKHOV Paramount V P'Cluro Paramount News ami Shorts Cont'd. Shows Sun. l:i:>-ll:lK) large • Exhilarating, deeply-scented colognes lor luxurious refreshment morning, noon and nighl., Three new scents— Moonviiie Bourjuet, Summer^Lilac Bouquet, Floral Sgice— in handsome bottles that tnaic pcrfeti gifu-^eiseyeral now and save Lalll WOOD'S DRUG STORE Box Office Ovens at f.:SO Opens Sunday 1:30; Slnrls 1:15 C'oTitiUnous Shows S;il.' ami Sun. BariMin Night Kvi'vy Nljtil I'xtcpl Salunl:iy Nn passes- hnnrtred on Snmlay a\ ihp Ho\y Sat u: day Colorado Pioneers \ wilh Kdilic Dean Serial "Chick C'nrtcr" Nn. 2 Jt Short Coiil'd siho-.cs Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday noit 221 West Main Phone 507 r« News & Stkcted Short Subject C*D«'« Shows Sun. t:lS-lt:M

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