The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 6, 1947
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f AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUN 7 R 0, 1947 ily Wlsaon, Society Editor Phone Melba Walker to be Wed In Late Summer Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Earl Walker, i 215 Sputh llth St, announce' the engagement of lh«lr daughter, •Miss Melba Lynn Walker, to Joe Robert Beriton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherrlll C. Benloii, 337 Ash St., Con way. The marriage will be solemnized In lat«' Summer, with date and plans to be announced later. The tbrlde-eleci was graduated from Blytheville High School 1" 19-JG and ;has .completed her freshman yesr of college at Central College, Conway. She was a member of the. College Choir. ZeU Phi So- roifty and was on the Staff of the Central!?!] School Paper. Mr. Benton. was graduated from Conway High School and -Is now a £ophomore ; at Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway. where a member or Sigma-Ttiu Gamriia. fraternity. He Is a veteran of 18 months service ^ : in the-Army,'of wliich 10 months were .hi Germany. Blytheville Couple Wed In Double Ring Ceremony Mrs. Bonnie Wheeler Atkins, . daughter 'o[ Mr. and Mrs. Elzn Wheeler, became the bride of Uen- sil Hammond, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hammond of West Frankfurt, 111., in a double ring ceremony Wednesday afternoon at the home .of the Sev. Ray L. McLcslcr, who officiated. The '• Me Lester home, on South Franklin Street, was decorated with peonies and roses for the ceremony. Mrs.''Tim Estcs 'was ;the bride's matron of honor n»d Mr. Estcs served the' bridegroom as best 111:111- The bride wore anV aqua 'blue • Summer dress with a short blacK peplum Jacket and black accessories. She pinned a corsage of white carnations and Llllies of the Nile at- her shoulder. .Mrs. Estes' dress was in white • linen and she wore red accessories and.a red cnrnalion corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Estes home. Immediately afterward, Mr. and Mrs. Hammond left for a-wedding trip to St'.-Louis. They will m"\c their home at 609 Chicknsawba St. Mrs. Hammond is an. assistant to Dr. H:-C. Sims an'd Mr. H<\iri- mond .,1s sales manager .for Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. Bf ide-E!ect of Conway Man Bits of News Condition of Mrs Charles Blanchard. who underwent an operation yesterday morning at Walls Hospl- ,tal, Is satisfactory. Miss Margaret Crook has returned to Louisiana State University, Baiton Houge, for the Summer term after having been the guest a week of her mother Mrs. J. E. Crook. Another daughter. Mrs. Maxim Williams, also has been vLslllug >er mother, returned to her home In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs- Wilbur Wahl and son, Ted. have returned from Kv- nnsvllle, In<i., where they spent t vacation. Miss Mary Katherl; e Reese, o Jone.sboro, who has been th« gues of Mrs. n. E. Smith and family for several days. 1ms gone to Little Hock to visit friends. Lieut, and Mrs. Cilnrles E. Llm bird are guests here ft few days o his sister. Mrs. Floyd Haralxor and Mr. Havalson, en route at Craig Pit-Id, Ala., where he will be stationed. They have just returned' from Berlin, Germany, where he was on duty. ' Sleeve Brooks has been discharged from the Army and Is making his home here with his mother, Mrs. Mildred Brooks. Miss .lean Lancharl of Memphis- Is the houseguest a 'few Miss Nancy Ann Hughes and her Ruth Seay Selected Committee Chairman Miss Ruth Seay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay, was named commission chairman of recreation it the Conference Youth Assembly King held this week at Hendrlx College, Conway. . Several other Blytheville youths attended the Assembly and Miss Mamie L. Adams, director of education at First Methodls; Church taught one of the course.;. They will return home late today. Representing First Methodist Church were Misses Rutii and Iva Seay. Cal tt, and Miss Ethel Mae Kberdt and a representative of Lake Street Methodise George Ann Stilwcll. was Miss Youth Rally and Service Will be Held at Burdette A Youth JRnlly and all-day service will be hold Sunday at ihe Church of Goct at BiirUettc, the Rev. II. K. Shaw, pastor, said today There will be an "old-fashioned' basla-t dinner at noon, he annoim cecl, adcllng that the public wo. infill 1 el. The Rev. Mr. Porter of Ilelie: Springs will Ije in charge of .s|)e rial music. At The Hospital* Miss iWellj.l l,.vnn Walker Two Parties Honor Bride-elect Pat Wise Miss Patricia Wise, who.-is bolnfr compHmetHecl \vllh numerous par- tics before her wedding to c'^fcii';e S. Webb, was honored yesterday uilh a morning party and WecbiPS- clny night \\>lth n bridge party. Mrs. F. O. KDlchel and hnr dau«h- .er. Mrs. EM. Terry, were hostesses at, the Heichel hoiun with Hie parly yesterday morning. An assortment of hors .d'oiicvres with rold beverages were served from n table laid wllh nut-work dollies. Rosebuds formqcl Hie table cenU:i piece and decorating the Ladies Bible Class Meet at Church < F, B Cooley-ond) Mi> A, E, * Hunttpv 'weie hostessei la^t night at-Plftt Melhoi,ol Oilmen to rncm- bfrs.of the_I idle;, Bible Cln •; Mrs. Jolfti Foster gave the <fiv"- tional and Mrs. H. E. H.ilsy presided during tl* business sssimi. Mrs, Mtmcte, MelUm. who was a guest, was in. charge^of • recroaMon. Ateo a guest' other, than cli3s« membcis wis ^rs B P C iy Refreshments were cenod by Ihe 1 ostesses and It WTS aim mnced that : the v class, would meet next month with Mrs. L. M. Ei.rnet'.. tertahied members ol the Rotary I Clnl) at their weekly meeting ye.i- I lerdny noon at the Hotel Noble. I The quartet was accompanied by Mrs. Wilson Henry. Guests were A. K. Rogers of Kentwood, La., P. X-. Harris of N.icugdoohes. /I'exas, Bill Donelson of Memphis, li. W. Nicn- cls of I.uxorn, R. 11. Matchett of | North I.iltle Rock and Dick Williams, Junior Rotarian. faculty Members Named For Schools in Osceo/a IU.VTHEVII.M-: HO:>P«TAI, Admitted: Jean Thaxlon, city. . J. E. Gooch, city, ilays of Dismissed: Kugenc Auten, city. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes.) Mrs. W. T. Oborst Ic-ll todav t'or| Jackson. Miss,, lo lie the cuest of | her daughter. Mrs. S. S. Paterson ] anrt daughter. Vivian. She will be accompanied home by Vivian uf- ter a two week visit there. Mr. and Mrs. E. H.. Ford will have as their pnestB for two weeks their grandaughters, Marv Catherine and Billie Jean I.uyet, 'Jane Magdaline Shaver, all of Little Rock and '/.iibte Joe Bornerrmn .of Covlngton. Tenn. Mr. Ford went today lo Little Tiock to nccompanv them here. Thcv will be joined in Memphis by Zuble Joe when en route here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R.' M. Beck will have as their guest n few days their daughter, Miss I.eln Becl: of Miami, who will stop here this weekend en route to Miami from Richmond. Va , where she has beeri visiting, friends. J. K. Uann, city. Katherhie Young, Osceoln. J. W. Fiu-tle, city. Mrs. J. W. Needham, citv. Births: Burn to Mr. anil - Mrs. Owen Reeves, city, a son, t.'iis" morning Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Deal, a son. yesterday. U'AM.S HOSl'lTAT. Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Pate, CarMuitrsvlH-!. Mo. Troy Lnvonne Origgs. I.nxora. Mrs. O. il. Shielly. .-it>elo. Mo MKMl'IHS BAPTIST UOSl'ITAL Dismissed: Tommy Coleman, Luxoia. Mrs. Andrew Moses, Blytheville. Baptist Church Business Women -orm Federation A Federation ->f Business women's circles of MUs^-ilppl county Baptist Churches was orgnn.vril ast night when i>2 women rop.e- sentlng circles of First Baptist Church, Calvary BapUs'. Cl.urc-i. Manila, LeatSivlllc and Csccola met at First Baptist cliunch. hciv. Mrs. Ro>( Brown ol Leaelwjiie was elected temporary president of the organization. O!!v.>:- officers to serve temporarily aro Mrs. Mabel Lnnsford'of Blythevillv, lirst vice president: Mrs. Joi-.i-. Bearden of Lcaclwille, second vice president; Mi's. Helen • Sini Mi of Osceola fecretary;. Mrs. 'Ivan-n. Var.Putlen of Blythevilk', treasurer; Mrs. John Hani of Manila, community mission chairman; Mr.-i. J. C. McCants o[ Osceola, un'ssinn study clmiriKuii; Mrs. IMsio Glisson of Manila, literary clmirtumi; Mrs. Hattie May Crimes of Manna, chorister and Dr. Edn:i Mie.'. of Blytlievillc, uclvi.vjr. Speaker for '. -l\\i rj<-6-v;inn was Mrs. H. L. Robinson of Jonesbori: Norlhcasl Distric'l president (pf the Woman':; Mlssiona>.-y Union, wlio -spoke on Ihe "V'llue of Organization." Mrs. OiTln Hunt, .superintendent >1 the Cju'i.v WMu. i>n-Mded. flip Jtev D. u. Blij'lsoc, :'.ss'ieiate instor of ;Firsl Baptist clnu'cli, ;ave the invoc:i! ion. Dr. l^dno. MLI-S gave the hddixiM and pcnsrfi were given' by presidents the circles rej>-e.ser.lec). Mrs. Hurry tvilxlus pvi-st-iut'd a vocal solo, "It Pays to Ser 1 /'.- Jesus." A dinner was sen-ed 3:1 s x'ial rouins of the church by members of .ihe church WM'J. Governor Laney Plans To Attend U. of A. Rites LITTLE ROCK, (UP) — Gov. Ben his weekend plans could attend the Ark., .June Laney changed today 51 he ioniniencumont exercises at the 'University and the Inauguration of Dr. Lewie Webster Jones as president Monday. He previously had announced that a speaking engagement before the Arkansas-Missouri Ginncrs Association in Hot Springs Monday morning would prevent his attending tho ceremonies. But his speech was postponed until Moudav after- WAKNINu ORDER. : IN THE CHANCERY COURT | CHICKASAWliA 1HSTKICT, MIS- | SJSSIHPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS C.JHaUle Faye Hutibs ........ Plaintiff,. ' vs. V Bill Edgir'-Hubbs....'. ...Defendant. The delendant Bill Edgar Huubs hereby warned lo appear v.'ithi'.V Ing Dr. Robert .1. Puragould and D". thirty days in the court named the caption hereof and answer thi complaint of the plaintiff Hattie Faye Hubbs. Dated this 22 tiny of May. 1947 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk , By Dorothy Conley. deputy.^* C. P. Cooper, Ally, for PUT. lf<& Oe-ne-E. »i'u<!l':y, Ally, ad liten!S«/ 5i23-3D-G:«-13 llaloy, Jr.. tf rtobt'i-i Hood of Russellville. ' Dr. J. U. Jameson of Oninden' was nameti president succeeding |Ur. Haley. Haley end Hood had served eight consc":u'Livc vears and were uneligihle for reappoinlnient. •7HK4sETAE shr hrdl mfwy undta C. Franklin Sanders, superintendent of Osceola schools, today announced the names r>( 17 members coffee table was a, low bowl of pnn- I o f the high school and grade school sies. | faculties who will sr.-ve ciurlnj The N. G. Jerome home on High- ; the 1947-48 term, way 01 sontli was the scltlni: for | ivo vacancies exist in the high Wednesday night's bridge party school's Home Economics and Corn- when Mrs. Jerome. Mrs. Mclvln merclal ilcpnrlmculs, Mrs. Sautters Adah Ho- said. • High school faculty .members named follow: Mrs. c. L- Moore, principal and senior English; Rube Boyce, athletic director and football codicil; Don Dltsler. assistant Halsell an'd Miss Mnry Ulnsoi*- were hostesses. . | 1 Garden flowers effectively arranged \\CTC placed throughout the home. In games, Anita Fay Beck and Miss "Barbara Child won pri/es, The' hostesses served a snlad plate. Mrs Lloyd V. Wise, mother of the bride-elect was a guest for both occasions. • The [iiicst of honor was presented' athletic director and basketball coach; H. E- Daugherty. band anil glee club; Jim Henry. social science and psychology; Robert J. Pearson.' mathematics; Herbert Smith, science nud bus driver; Music Teacher to Attend University This Summer Dalton C. Fowlston, voice instructor at Fowlston School of Music, will leave Sunday fo.- Fayettcvllle lo attend the Summer tcim at University of Arkansas. He will continue; his study of music and -worit tovyarc a '-tegve_? cation. Mr. Fowlston wUl r teaching here in September.. whW lie has also contracted .to teach lie school music- ai Osoeola, ia. Luxora and Armorel. Mrs. Fowlston will continue teaching here this Summer. ifts by her hostesses' at both par- Mi ss Evelyn Hurst, Spanish. Latin Mrs' Blakemore Hostess To Jolly Eight Members Mrs-; Neville Blakemore was hostess ' yesterday afternoon to Jolly Bight .Glub members with a oarty. Arrangements of snapdragons, swcetpeas. verbenas and other garden flowers decorated the home. Mrs. G rover Wren won high score, Mrs. Blflkemore won secoho high and Mrs Richard Prltennrd, rooko, in afternoon games. . A dessert course'was served by the hostess. ' " ' - . * • * ." Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs! Paul Byrum hostess to CBC Club. ;-'-• ..•• ies. Vlrsj Leech Hostess Willi Bridge Luncheon Mrs. \V. B. Trtnuer and Mrs. Margnrrl Mulinn Ijc'l ulayed bridge yvilb members-of Thursday Luncheon Clu'j , yeslcrtlay v.hcn Mrs. J. A. Leech entertained the group. The luncheon W.TO seived ill tiie iiiinij rom table, whii-li was centered with garden flowers. Brid/.e prizes were nwui'ded to Mrs. A. G.. Little and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Men's Quartet Sing? At Rotary Club Luncheon A m:\ic QUnrlel compared of O R. Knudse.n; P.nil I'ryor. Wilr.oi HCIII-V and Alviii iruffjnan Jr. en- seventh and eighth grade English: and Mrs. C. V. Horn, junior high school social science and English. Members of ihc grade school faculty are A. A. Adams, principal: Miss Sara Overtop and Mis. L Hudson, sixLii grade: Mrs. C. E Ciiiter and Mrs Gladys Burr, fifth •mile: Miss Mvr.l mil Mrs. Ernest Mann, fourth grade: Miss Hcl'on Martin and Mrs C. U Grigsby, third grade- Mrs John Miller and Mrs. Jim Henry second grade: nurt Mrs Vernon James and Mrs. u W. Foster, firs grade. Confirmation Service To be at Temp/e Israel A special Temple Israel contlr- mutlnn service will be held Sunday at 3pm. ut the Woman's Club with the confirmand .Jack Applebaum faffce, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. fe of Osceoln, Dr.- Alfred Vise. Rabbi, said today. A reception in honor of the confirm and will follow at Hotel Noble Typographers to Meet HOT SPRINGS. Ark., June li (UP) — Plans were going forward here today for the first meeting Sunday of tho Musical | .HighligUls ! From ' ADAMS' Record Bar For Your ' Childrer/s Summer Sunsuifs Visit The TOT SHOP 6. Exams for Medicos LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. (U.P.)— Some 5D senior students are complr'tir... examinations tor state .licen-ies 'ieiv> today oji the State ' Hoard closes its two-day semi-annual session. Yesterday Gov. Beu Laney named Dr. joe Viy.ser of IMrris- Uiirg uml Dr. C. Eo-j Williams of Morrllton to the board, Miccecd- Typographical. Conference. 'Speakers will include R. C. Carter. :, re- preseutative of the 'international post-war iTypjgi-aphlcal Union, and Garland Arkansas County Judge Q. Byrum Hurst. 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