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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 28, 1947
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 19-17 A/ewA Phone 461 1 Iride-elect,.Honored, . u Miscellaneous Shower .The tint of a series of parties jJOhorlng Ufes Melb* Walker occur|M. Thursday rught when Mrs. J. Wallace, anil Mrs. W. E Wallace Osceola, complimented the young hride-elect here with a miscellan- tbus shower. Miss Walker will b»- 6t*nt th,. bride of J R Ben ton of ponwuy in a ceremony later in the Dimmer. - ' / !'Hydrangeas »nd roses attractively arranged decora ted • entertain!?* ijojris and carried out a pink and |reen color scheme. •Miss Walker pinned to her shoul- £« a corsage of pink rosebuds, gift of the hostesses Other gifts. werj presented to the guest of honor during the evening. "In games, 'prire s , were awarded bo Mrs Marie Harnish, Mrs! J. E Johnston and Mrs J. M Cleveland. !-Refreshments of cake, sandwiches iced drinks were served (o the ,ests. Mrs. Carl ..Wallace assisted . hostesses In serving. .' - • , * * Irs. Nolen Hostess With Dessert Bridge A dessert bridge wa s given yesterday afternoon • by Mrs. Emma «olen, who entertained at her home, 310 West Walnut. cluded fellow members of a two- table bridge club who meet each two weeks/ together with five additional guests, Mrs. A. M. Bu'.t, Mrs. S. P. Martin, Mrs. G. S. (Barnes,' Mrs. John Foster and Mrs. Theodore Logan , Rases, hjdrangeas and zinnias in gay colors were arranged in entertaining rooms. 'A dessert course with iced drinks was served bsfore the afternoon games in which prized were won by Mrs. Wyatt Henlty for club- high: : Mrs. Butt, high guest .and traveling: Miss Cora Lee Colemruv consolation. t * * • * Club Is Entertained Mrs. Alvin Hardy •Mrs. Alvin Hardy entertained yesterday afternoon with ; a party for meinaers of the OBC Club and another,guest, Mrs . Ross Moore. .. .Mrs Moore *9p'.high*score prlza when the group played rook, second went to Mrs.'O: O. E kins and rooko to Mrs. Hardy..The hostess served ;,a - dessert course. ' -.---, i ... Social Events Given Fpr Tennessee Visitor ,iJoy Jackson of Brownsville! Tcnn. jaest of Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr., has j bien honored 'With'-numerous so d%l events this week, which wil | lie- concluded tonight with a dinner party" before slie returns Monday |q her home '•.Roscmnrv Monaghan entertained Thursday afternoon with a mot- Miss Magers Wed To Curtis Duncan In Rites at. Del I The wedding of Mlss Emma Irene Magers, daughler of Mr.' ami Mrs. Earl Mngers, to Curtis C. Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Duncan of Kennett, Mo., wns folemnlwd yesterday afternoon at 3 j'ciyck at the home of the bride's parents In Dell. The Rev. M. R. Griffin, brother- in-law of the bride, ofilclrued t.t an Improvised altar In the ilvlnj room before the innn'.^l, The man- lei was decorated wi'/h !vy, bridal Esther Reed asters and gypsophlia. Coinplellnsj the selling fo. 1 the wedding ]>nrty was a background of glnnt phcilodcndron lenv-^-i wilh fein and Ivy and tall white baskets of white gladioli and gypsophllx Ta pcrs In branched cnndchirjra cast a soft glow over the scene. Nuptial music wfts presented hy L. T. Mpore Jr., of'.rUyUievilln, ni- anlst .and Noble Gill, vocalist. Mr. Moore's selections Included "Serc- nade" by Schubert, "Andnntino :n D Flat" by Lemare And "Andnnte Canlabilc" by Tsehaik.-iwsky. Mr. Gill sang "Always" oy Berlin and "Because" by D'HrirdsUL. For the processional, Mr. Moore played "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" by Wagner and for the recessional, Mendelssohn's ''Wedding March" 'rom ''A* Midsummer Night's Dream." The bride wore a street length dress of powder blue with an r.ornn Bits of News MfrUlif Mr. mid Mrs. W. S. I.angdon have returned from two weeks in St. IXHiis, where they went for the wedding of their niece, Mlss Hetty Jo Hart. Hob Tipton Snipes has arrived to s]>cnd Ills vacation with his grandmother, Mrs. If. I ( . Chambers nnd oilier relatives. lils motlier, Mrs. E. O. Snljws will arrive la In the Summer. Mrs. Bert Trumble mv.l two daughters, Sally and Celln'.l.i Joan, will leave today by motor far Ccntrnlln, Mo. They will be iicc'inipantod by Hurbara Ann Tiuinblc of Cnnlralln, who 1ms been visiting here. They plan lo go from tlwro to Kun City to visit other reHllveri. Mr. and Mi's. H. N. fi'.vrnrengcn Sr.. and daughter. Enmdcl. left today for Faycltevllle. where they will visit another daughter, Mlss Vlr- elnta R\vearengen, and Mr. nnd Mrs. H. N. Swearennen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sweaienjjen will return Tuesday but Emiidel will remain for three weeks. Make Plans For X-Ray Clinic To Be Held Here The Mobile X-Ray Clinic which Mary Lois Flippin Wed To Leachville Resident The wedding of Miss Mary Lois Flippin of Curd well, Mo., daughter ot A. n. FH])|)Ui ot Memphis and the late Mrs, Lela Plippln o[ Cardwill Ije sent to Mississippi County *' c)1 - lu n ''yan C!cnc Hall, ton of the In July by tlie State BoavJ of Health Rcv - " ml *' ls ' E II] Iln " (lf I'Cach- In Little HocK was JisctiswM ut a vlllc. wus solemnized last Sunday meeting of the executive commit!«e afternoon at the First Methodist of (lie, County Tuberculosis Asso- Church of Leaehville. elation yesterday at the Hustle Inn' Tlie Rev. Mr. Hull, assisted by the In Osccola. | Rev. C. O. Hall of Village, officiat- The cllntc will be held July 8 In ed ut lllc double-ring rites. Wilson, July 9 In Oso»o!.i and .luly U T. Moore, Jr., of Hlythoville, 10 anil 11 In Ulythcvlllj. All jn'r- pianist, Thomas Cnntrcll Flanni- sons 14 years old or mote may take gaii of Leachvllle and Mrs. J. 13. liio ehesl x-rays, commute.; niem-i Washington of Cardwell, vocalists, presented a music. The bricle slster-ln-law;as .mx r .ro;i of . -honor and Barney ibarpehiei', .rduttin of the bride-elect, will.IK best mm to Mr. Gregson. Chnr)?.< liow of Jonesboro and J. C. Manis will serve a.i ushers. ' " " • Miss Phillips was ^raclu-Ufd from Dixie High School and re;civc:l her degree from Arkiiiro Stale College, Jonesb'oi'o. siie was president, of the Association of Childhood K'l- ucatlon at Arkansas state, vice president of Alpha Tau Zeta social sorority, vice president of Pi Omega Pi, honorary business fraternity; and vice president of Pi Gamma Mu, honorary Social Seieiic., Osccola Red Cross Elects Mrs. Colbert Chairman Mr. Bruce Colbert was elected chairman of the Osceoia district chapter of the American Fled Cross tit the annual meeting in the Os-, ceola court house last night. Mrs. Madeline Campbell, executive sec- Mrs; Ragcr is the former .Miss Mnrjorie Mays, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben -Mays. bcrs said. The Tuberculosis Asso-1 elation works In co-operation with the Health Department and County program of nuptial Medical Society clinic plans, Ilin fraternity. She also- was a member of the Home Economics and In- tw^national Relations Club tnnl • was chosen Home Econoinleu-Ac.'.-i- ciilture Queen. For the past three years she has been a teacher in Dell High School. -..- wore a \vhile salin in muting, pie- a^^ wit h ,, | U || skirt extending Into a Iriiln. The fitted bodice was At the meeting. It was announced' fastened with small covered bill-. that posters are being dlstiibutcd tons from the waist to the neckline ' now i s n *ti<rlnnt ni Uirousluml Uic county udverllrti-.i B She wore u white satin bonnet with (;o]le"'e . • u clinic, lh:it radio and news- a tiered fint'crtip veil of illusion ' ° ' Mr, Grepsnn was graduated from high'school In Bay and is a veteran of service in the Army. He pnpcr publicity will be used exren- aiul carried a bouquet of talisman sively as well as hundreds of notices roses, lo be mailed to individuals, and a sound truck. Miss Joyner Receives Finalist Award Miss Mary la\i Joyncr, who holds the title of "Mlss Hlylhevllle cf 1947," broujjhl n gold oompact' in- lieribcd with "finalist, Miss Arkansas pageant of 1947" witii her when she returned yesterday from the slate contest In Helena. The compact was a gift of Arkaiua.i-Loulsi- nna Gas and Light Campar.y. Miss Joyner-placed lull in tiie return Tuesday but VIntiuH will re- Mlss Joyiici 1 -piuccu inn in tne main for three weeks. contest at which Miss Pansy Camp By Mrs. Charles McDanlel und son, Clinrles Gene, nccompnnlcd oy Miss Mai'Knret Jones, jiave returned after siiending n few days in Memphis ns guests of Mr. nn:l Mrs. Al- effeet and n shoulder drape form- ' )elt Slanton. They w-mi, espoclnlly ng a cape trimmed with wide blue to Consult a specialist for Charles ace. Her white orT-ihs-facc lacn ac " c - strnw hat had an open cro\vn and I Mrs. Leslie Hooper has ns At her throat she wore a her she wore while elbow-length r/lovcs ! guest her daughter, 'Mrs. J. P. Ne" " and small 5 on, J. P. Nc- of Memplus. Mrs. Ncftvil days nnd last night before they slone necklace. . rhlnc- ' well Jr.. I well, III of Little Rock was crowned "Miss Arkansas of 1947." The Blythevillc girl, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. P. B. Joynuv, was pre sented $100 by the J.iycces when she won lirst plncc In the contest here and her sponsor. Miss Whitsitt's Shop, presented her a complete outfit including a dress, hai and other accessories. Mlss Dlllle Hurkc Owen of Mosco* Tent)., wns her cousin's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss IJcrnice Leonard or Cnrdwcll and Mlss Amajenn Crask of .St. Louis !y Ann Uowerton and James W. Seay bolh of Cnrdwcll scattered rose petals in the bride's pathway. Thomas Cnnlrcll Flannlgan was the bridegroom's best mini and groomsmen were William D. Cruse of Ix'aclivllle and Larry Brewer of' Cardwell. | J-'ullowiiig the ceremony, a vccep- I tlon was held lit the home of the bride in Cnrdwcll. Mrs. John Owen of Moscow and Miss Mary Thomas Uuiton of Sharon. Tenn.. assisted by Miss Owen. Miss Leonard and' Miss Crask presided in the dining' room. ! Mr. and Mrs. Hall will make their | ionic In Cardwell. I Jiedels Leave Tomorrow For West Indies Tour Mr. anil Mrs. sicKbcrt Jiedel will lenvc bv plane tomorrow from Memphis for Jacksonville. Pin., where they will baiirrt ship for a two wc«k tour or the West Indies.. I Callliv; ,.„ the S. S. New Noilh- | land Mondfi 1 /. they will visit N.-is- 5:111: KliK'"<<n]. .Inmatca; nnd I'ort , au Prince, Haiti. | They wlli return by way of Havana I whern lliey will spend two tin-. prior lo debarking in Jacksonville! , u - retary, announced today. Myron Nailling elected vice-' chairman and Miu-jorle Uoj'le sec-, retary-lrcasurer. | A. W. Young was named lo the executive board ns retiring cliair-' man.. | -The chapter listened to reports! from' Carlton LutiBston who recent-| ly attended the national Red Cross ntpiatic school at Ardmore, Okla., 1 and Eugene Shancyfelt. Jr.. who] received training at the Junior 'Red I Cross training center, Camp Clear' Pork, Ark., near Hot Springs. Just in Lit! le Boy Aprons Infant Batiste Gowns TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. * Phone 2:508 Commg Events MONDAY Young Woman's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church meeting with Miss Vernell O'Neal at 1104 Holly St. Hachahomn Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Frank Etclneson. Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Khiirch meeting at the church, 2:30 p.m. Parents of Daughter' A daughter was born to Mr. aiu Mrs. nick Rntier this morning ir Soiithern Pines. N. C. She has been named Lma Lee. The Rager's have one other child Viml. dining room were, flowers .carrying nut bridal coloA and other arrangements were placed throughout the home. •The-luce-draped taule featured n tiercel wedding cake topped with miniature figures of i bride and bridegroom and was centered with rffce'movie for Joy and eight other 1 slim white tapers. O«tan:ls of gyests followed by refreshments at! adiantum fern also d'.'corntcd the tiie drug store. I table and white agaiinnlhu; nml . 'Kay Smith was hostess to a (!#oup of young girls In Joy's honor | Thursday night with a theater party. Afterwards, they went to the Rustic Inn for refreshments j. '.Thursday's event, were climaxed with . .a slumber party given by Billie Marie Barnett at her home on West Walnut Street. VFriday, Mrs. Terry entertained with a two-course luncheon ; and a I swimming party later in the a f- tierhoon complimenting her housc- I guest. ,-,. ; ,.;,,. '. •: |';.;-Mr. and .Mrs. James Terry and f.amily were hostesses at the Riis- Kijb Inn Friday night withia steal dinner honoring Joy, and Mr. and I.Mrs. E. -M. Terry Jr.; entertained with a luncheon for her today. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Whltley will be host I and hostess at the dinner party to- white :gardenias encircled the rake and punch bowl. Presiding in the dining room were Mlss Betty Lou Craven of Curuth- ersville and Miss Francos Crnwford of Dell. After n wedding trip. Mr. niul Mrs. Duncan will make v.hoir home In Jonesboro, where he !s a student at Arkansas Stato College. Out-of-town guests for the wedding nnd reception Included Miss Jeannelte Duncan nnd Mr. nnd Mr. Thomas Simms of Kennett, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Leggett of Caruiiiorsvlllc, Mo., and Dr. and Mrs. Spldel of Jonesboro. of New Orleans > have been nmnei Lycla Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. McGhcc formerlj made their home in Blythevillc. . . .. . __ Polry Deer Honored jf'ith Birthday Party V.Mrs. Phillip D. Deer entertained I yesterday afternoon at her home in I honor of her daughter -Polly's 10 1 h. , birthday. . ': ; i •: <.• ^Thirty five boys and girls at- I tended the garden party. In con- I tests, pat Partlow and Becky Utley I were the winners. j • Iced drinks, ice cream and cake |»ere served for refreshments. I : ... [Daughter Is Named The daughter born 'lost Sunday [to Mr. and Mrs. James J. M=Ghec Read Courier News Want Ads. Mr. nnd family. The condition of C. S. Raggett, vho Is in Kennedy General Hospi- al. Memphis, is unchanged today. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guv Bmnp of Newport, were guests of Tech Sei-E-t, nn ( i Mrs. Ollle H. Grish.vm yesterday and today. Miss Kmilv Bcrr.v of ICansn:; City, Vlo., Mr. and Mrs. Howard 1 l)^Spl< •r of Anawnn. Til.; and Mrs. Frrd rnble of Knnknkee. 111., left lo- day to return to their homos aflRv VIi's. Wren Entertains Jolly Eight Members Jolly Eight Club members were ests Thursday afternoon of Mrs Clco Wren when she entortalncc! with a rook party. Mrs. Hnskell Blankenship won high score prize in games, Mrs. J O. Hucy won second and Mrs. Harold llinson received rooko prize. Mrs. Wren served n dessert course Mrs. Hoy Goodman and baby Manila. Mrs. James Long and baby, city Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Han- At The Hosphali She carried a while Blhlc lopped has been here several days nnd BI.YTHEVILI.E HOSPITAL with a white orchid nestled In a Mr. Newell joined them last night Admitted: fluff of tulle studded with stepha- '" siiend the weekend before they Mrs. James Honeycutt, city, noils and ndiniitnin fern from which return home Sunday. , Kay Rice.'city, wliilc salin streamers tell. I Mrs - B1 " Sec| v nnd dnughter, Dismissed: Mrs. Leslcr B. Gill of Osccoln, Kts-' Jackie, are here vislling Mrs. seely'sj Mrs. Jhner Mills. Steele. U;r of the bride, was her matron of' iwrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. IS. n. Jones, honor. She wore n pink dress of' n "d sister. Miss Marilyn .Tones, sheer crepe. Her accessories were i Mrs. K?cly will return to Whlteha- In white and she wore elbow-length vcn . Tenn., this afternoon and gloves. She carried a crescent- Jnckle will remain for an extended shaped .arrangement ot specimen vlsiL wlth 1)pr grandparents, orchid asters tied with n salin rib- Mr - nml Mrs - S!l1 " Hnnlcy and bon in a matching shade. children. V.\l and Bill, have re- Harold Spidel of Jonesboro was tllrllctl frot " " two weeks/visit-In Mr. Duncan's best man. I Nashville, Tenn. They wort motor- PollowinK the ceremony, Mr. and' nd llo:llc ''^ Mr - n " d Mrs - Owc " Mrs. Mngers entertained with n reception. | Tall white tapers were arrange;! with white gladioli. Killter Heed asters and sypsophlla on the buffet in the dliilng room. Over the archway between the living room ley, city, n daughter this morning. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Logston, city, a son this morning. having been here as guests of Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Jackson. They came especially for tlie wedding of .Miss Lynn Jackson lo Josipu Wll!l.un McHaney. which was solemuli Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Vena Henley, of Flint, Mien., who was also u guest nt the wedding, le- .turncd to spend a br^f time .with the Jacksons after /having visli her aunt, -Mrs... Miiy .Yoinig, in CardweJl, Mo. • '. t 'Mr. nnd Mrs. E. P. Fry have as their guests.for a fev c'.ays Mnry Stacy Collins nnd Mary Louise Mc- Danlels of Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore have ns their guest over the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Hal Moore nnd two children. Nancy and Hal Jr. of TnhilLih. La. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Wright went yeslerday lo Lake Providence, La. by plane Lo get their daughter, Patty Dcen, who has been visiting liar uncle, John l)een, for the past two weeks. They plan lo return home tomorrow. NOTICE Beginning July 1st my clinic will be closed for two to three months. Dr. J. A. Saliba Announcing BOB'S ELECTRIC SHOP !• H«M*M WTHi^ | • Fw» Wiring DINE IN HMIMI 2397 IN Jtartk Mk Street COMFORT Hotel Noble Coif ee Shop Complete Sunday Dinner $1.25 Chilled Tomato Juice Cold Consomme Cream of Chicken Soup Roast Leg of Spring Lamb, Green Peas Real Chicken Chow Mein, Buttered Rice Baked Young Hen With Dresing Choice of Two 'Au Gratin Potatoes — Whole Grain Corn Buttered Carrots — Geen Beans Combination Salad Hot Dnner Rolls — Hot Sweet Muffins Cup Custard, Fruit Jello, Sherbet Fresh Blueberry Cobbler— ice Cream Coffee or Tea i ^hillips-Gregson Rites To Be Solemnized July 3 Mss Mildred Valda Phillip*, daughter of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Marvin illips of Luke City, will become .he bride of Jjincs Aaron Gregson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Greyson, of Buy. in n ceremony next Tluirs- clay afternoon at First Baptisi Church in Lake City, It wns announced .todny by her parents, who ilso disclosed tlie wedding plans. The wedding will .t;<ke place at 3 }>m. with Hie Rev. W. E. Speeil. pn'slor. officiating. Nnutiul will be presented by Robert Pack, pljinist. and Miss Susie Mac Balri- re' of Arkcinsus Stale College rind Carnwny, vocalist. {Taiicrs will be liiililed by Wayne nnd J. C. Mnnls. Mrs. Shelby Phillips will Wv= her 1 \ L \ Good Used Furniture Is V Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. K. Main Phone Z4S7 9'fill Air Conditioned Mirror Room Adm. 60c End. Tax Day and night our registered J pharmacists and apothecary jars: J pestle, mortars and fcnlos are at» o work compounding prescriptions • to the letter. We lill proscriptions a and deliver as fast :n it is posul-J ble to do the job with scientific • precision. • ROTHRQCK : DRUG STORE • 205 W. Slain , I'iiono .151 = Conlinnntis Shows Every Kay Box Office Opens 1:45 Show PfartR 2:(lfl LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:10 p.m. Time Torlar Rip Roaring • Buckaroo .,_Scrial ,"Jiu-k Arcr^ron.V iVo. ; 3 Cont'cl Show:) Sal. Ji:3U to H:30 SUNDAY and MONDAY Pvamoen As we previously announced June 5 When? Where ? -We do not know! STARTING MONDAY, JUNE 30fh Of All Spring Styles Sizes Are Broken Values up to 9.95 On Sale Styles Displayed on Rack! Every Sale Final All sales cash - No approvals No Lay-Away iramouiit News £• Seicrlcd Shorts Cont'd Shows'Sua. L:l!j-lt:w Box Office Opens nt 1:00 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:90; Starts 1:15 CAntlminus Shows Sat. and Sfln. Kur^ain Nt{;ht ICvory Night Mxcept Ralnnlay Ni> passes honored on Sunday at Ihn Ro\y I.nsl Time Today Confd Shows Sit. t2:Sp-ll:i» Sunifay ind Monday Fox News :unl SclriCcd Short Conlinaoii3 8haw Stintlay 1:15-11:00

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