The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1948 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 31, 1948
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ootntm KIWI Phen* 4481 Blythevilie Man Claims Bride In Marianna Church Ceremony 0t. Andrew'* Ep!scop»l Church in Marl»nna, wu th« wtUn« ytilcrdty lAtraoon at » o'clock, (or the wedding of Ulu Nancy Walker D*jj»tt, touchier, of'-Mr. ajid Mn. Charlo Kbeneur Dwiiett of Marltnna to Dick Jon** W«lt», son crf'Mr. and Mra. Floyd A. WhlU of Blylhevlllt. Th« cef«mony ww read by the* • . Rev. Sh«Jdon Davis, before an ttr ot grey marbl* which held bras* vuc* of pick carnations. Tall basket* rUl«d with pink anapdragons lntenpen*d with acven-branched candelaira. ajalrut a background ot SouUwm arnilax. were placed on each aid* of ih« ch%noel slepi. The alile ludini to the chuicel »'U marked with amilax-covered ped- eilals .holding »olt glowing white Bandit* la tryltaj holders. A proiram of nuptial music was presented by Miss Eliubeth Hn<- rliigtba. Her selections Included Handel'* "Pa»loral Symphony" from Uu "Messloh", "Jtsii, Joy of Mrs. Terry Is Hostes* To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. JaniM Terr; wa* hoilMi jetlcrdny when §h« entertained members ol lh« Trl-Town Bridgi Club and four guesu,'"Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. James Roy, Mrs. Eric Wlwlcy and Mis. James L. Brooks, at her home on West Walnut. During the bridge games played, MM, Taylor won high score and Mrs. CKne Tenfold, second high. Bouquets of mixed Spring (lower* wore used in the entertaining rooms Man's'Desiring", by Bach and th« |«' the honit second movement from "P*thetlqua I . T »« hootejss «»•*<! » dessert by Beethoven. She also course with coffee. Chopin'* "Nocturne in S Sonata played Flat" and th» traditional wedding j'Calvary Baptist Women »»... T n t*n T\cnnAtl matl-nil nf I tVI A*a r At I M Rf\C« Mm John Daggett, matron of mi Mr* honor, wore a floor length aquamarine dre*s with a net yoke form- Ing a portrait neckline. The tight- fitting bodice was (ashloned with a graceful fold of taffeta about the thoulden and the, very full skirt wa* caught at tht, hipllne In puff* In 17th century style. Her hat. and mitt* were of matching taf let* and she carried pink camellias lurrounded by pink sweclpcsu. Mrs. Howard Pearce and Miss Edna Marl* Jone.i of Little Rock, and Mias Ann Windsor of Marianna irer« bridesmaids. Their dresses, faahloncd along lines Identical to th« one worn by the matron of honor, were of taffeta in pulcl *hades. They carried sprays of pink amelllu with sweetpeas in con Meet At J. M. Ross Home The Business Women's Circle o the calvary Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mr§. J. M. Rons on Walnut St. for a Royal Service Program. , K , j Theme (or Ihe program was "The tubular chr | 3t |, n Home ." Mr s. p. H. Jcrnl- gan gave the Bible study taken from Psalms. Other topics discussed were "Home, Sweet Home" by Mr*. Henry Berry, ' " tiin Home" by Mrs. Beaulnh Lloyd; and "Building a Christian Home" by Mrs. Raymond Bclknap. Prayers were given by Mrs. Berry and Mrs, James Rainbo. Following the program, the hostess served refreshments. Miss Saliba Is Elected ] President Of Sorority Mis* Alici Bailba wai elected to serve *< president of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at business meeting last night in th« home o( Mrs. Prances Oarhmlll. Other officer* elected) to, nerve with her are Miss Dorothy Jean vice-president; Miss Josephine Shibley, secretary; Miss Maltha F. Stevens, corresponding secretary and Mis* Eloise Yatei, treasurer. Final plans were mad* at the meeting (or the "Beta Baby Review" which I* to be held Friday night, Apr. 1, In the High School auditorium at '1:30. General admission tickets (or the audience were given to each of the members to aell In advance. Chairman* (or the advertising committee and the program committee (or the "Review" gave their re)X>rU and a committee for Itage decorations was appointed. Miss Hulh Scay was appointed as chali- can with Miss Jeltye Huffman and Miss Dorothy Jean Hlgginson to serve with her. Registration (or the "Review" WEDNESDAY, MARCH Bits of News Curtl. J. LIUle, Mr. and Mr*. B. M. Matthew*, Mr. >nd Mrs. Bedford O'Keefe",' Mr. «nd Mr». Fred Flceman and Mlu Marguerite Matthews are In Dundee, Miss, today to attend the wedding of Mr. Little's and Mr. and Mra. Matthews grandson, John E Matthew* to Miss Peggy Romllee Johnson. Mr and MM. William r. Bolln and Mr. and Mm. William r. Har- rlcsty and son. Ronnie spent Sunday In Tiptonvllle, Tenn. Mrs. Odle Yarbro Is spending a week In Jone.iboro with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George DID spent Sunday In Memphis ind were accompanied home by Mrs. Dill's aunt, Mrs. J. Y. Turner, who will visit here. Mrs. Phillips Robinson I* spending this week In Nashville, Tenn Mr. and Mrs. C. r. Tucker lelt this morning (or Maud, Miss., where tlicy will attend the wedding of Ihclr niece, Miss Ramelle Johnson to John E. Matthews this afternoon. From there Mrs. Tucker will go to Haltiesbrirg, Miss., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs, S. C. Ha- tlsornc and family for two week.i. Mr, Tucker will return lionv ing the wedding. Guidance CounM/or Addrtttet Lion* C/ufc Kttlt LM TMT*!!, eounMlor at Bly that 111* Hi»n School, *pok* on th* achool'* iuld- ane* counMlinc program to member* of th« Lion* Olub at th* »«ekl)r mactlng ywterday noon In th* Motel Noble. Mia* Terrell described th* program and told, how student* *r» aided In lindLng their abilitiw and choosing their occupation*. She urged that Industrie* and businesses In Blythevilie co-opera;* with Ihe school'* guidance program. Of the 10* students who will graduate this Spring, Mlu Terrell said, about at or SO per cent have expressed a desire to go to college. Guests at the meeting Included Circuit Judge Charle* W. Light of Paragould, A. Posner of St. Louis, and Chester Caldwell Jr., and Dan Caldvell, both of Blythevlllt. Mrs. Moor* It Hostess To Demonstration Club Ricfonbacfor Plan* Building Program ATLANTA, Ota, M»reh Jl. I UP) — Cap*. Mdi» Rkk«nb»ck«r. World War I ac« and now president of Eastern Air Lin**, today advocated the "volume production of 50,000 airplane* and the training of 50.000 pilot* aa th* ehe*p«*t p«ac* Iniur- anc* w< can buy." Rlckenbacker spoke here last night • t a dinner at which h« received th« American Legion'* award U> the air lines (or it* work in th* rehabilitation of w*r veteran*, "The only way w« can flght a bloodies* war' against Communism," Club to Meet At Oicvofa High School 00CBOLA, Ark., Mar. 11. — Mr*. Frank Gwyn today announced a call meeting of the Oaceola Pro- gr*a*lv* Olub for Thursday night, Apr. i, at 7:30 at th* high school. Purpose of th* meeting 1: to elect * board of trustee* to control the erection of the proposed County Library and clubrooms which will b* housed In the .same building. All member* of the club, including the Junior club anct the Business men o( th* city ar< expected to attend. he *a!d, "is to be *o itrong and so instantly ready to strike that the Kappa Alpha i* th* oldest col- men in the Kremlin will think ' leg* socltl fraternity, being found- twice befor* they c*ll (or a show- ed at Union College, Schenectady, down." N. -r.r In 1825. traMing pastel shades and tied with I r\ . n • I T r- • long streamers of matching rib&on. UesSCVt bridge Is lilVCn Their hals and mitt* were of taf- fela. •> Amy Dasgett served aa flower girl. Her dress ot pink tslfet*. win a miniature .of the ones worn by tht other attendants. Prom a white basket entwined with pink satin ribbon pink, camellias were dropped. All attendants wore chokers of petit* Thlnutonea, • (Ills from tin bride. The bride, given In marriage by h»r brother, John L. DaBgett. wore a gown of imported princess lace over ivory satin, styled In empire fashion. Her veil of matching princes* lace, which fell from a Mary, Queen of scoU cap, was encircled •with orange blossoms. She was the tenth brld« to wear Ihe veil, which belongs to her aunl, Mrs. Griffin Smith of IJttle Rock. Her only Jewelry was » diamond and pearl choker which had belonged to her great-aunt. The handkerchief ih« carried was made by her mother for Tier own wedding anct had also beeTi carried by th« bride's sister, Mr*. R R. Clark when she mnrrled. Her bouqilel ot white sweetpeas wa* centered with a white orchid and interlaced with tull«. One bin* blossom was placed In It for,ths traditional "touch of blue." Floyd A. White «e^'ed his son as best man. Ushers were John A. White of Blythevilie, brother of th« bridegroom, Wendell Williams Jr., of Pine Bluff and A. L. Harris Jr. of Forrest City. Tommy GUt of Marianna, cerv- *d as cnicifer and candles were lighted br Unrta. Clark of Cleveland, Ohio, and Lyda Daggett of Mariann*. The bride's mother wort an nf ternoon frock of pastel aqua fashioned with a side drape. Her aoces.- *ories were of pink and she^pinned a corsage of pink camellias at her shoulder. Mrs. Floyd A. White, mother of the bridegroom, was-gownec in a dusty rose model styled with a circular skirt and bustle effect with accessories of matching color. Her v'a At W. C. Higgmson Home Mrs. W. C. Htgglnson w*s hostess yesterday when she entertained members o( the Tuesday Bridge Club with a dessert bridge at her horn* on W. Chloks.iawba, Tn the bridge game*. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon won high score and Mrs. Charles Crlgger, second high. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with attractive arrangements of mixed Spring flowers. • ' • • liss Burks Is Hostess .o Epsilon Sigma Alpha Miss Martha Lou Burks wns hen- ess at her home last night at t ''clock to members of the Alpha Beta:Chapter of Epsllpn Sigma Ath a. j. / ' . Mis* BiHIe Damo:i presided over he business meeting at which plans were made' for the rushees and also >ther plans .were marie (or th« cur- ent year, Entertaining rooms of the horn* wer* decorated" with bouque.t* of mixed Spring (lowers. The hostess served refreshments. frock was complemented with. : shoulder corsage of baby orchids, Immediately . following the cere mony, a reception was held at th« home of. Ihe bride's parents. Calen dulas and jonquils formed the back ground lor the receiving line. Miss Pegge McNeill of Hope was In charge ot the bride's book. The bridal lable, draped with t white Italian rtraun-work cloth, closes tonight at mid-night. Children entered thus far Include Carol Kay Roach, Terry Ann Evnns, Bobby Gill, Mary Kay Stevens, Lucy Crawford, Diane Still, Virginia Ann Robinson. Charles Edward Whltlcy, Becky Lynn Henderson, Nrmcy Henderson, Stuart Koke, Billy Todd Carter, Msry Ann Biownlee, Michael T. Caraway, Betsy Staloup, Bar- burn' - LaFewey, M&i'slmll Gordon, Buddy Cook, Helen Stenriman, Pa~ trlcla Neal, Ronnie Hnrdcsly, Rich- "'ard Galnes, Gregg Hammock, Dl- nnc LuUrell, Nancy Ann Lawson, Rebecca Jean Sanders, Sandra Kay Snliba. John L. Smotheimtui, Linda Lee Blnnkciuhlp. Carol Ann Cald- wcll. Salty Blackarci, Mndcttn raves, Berry West, Evelyn Kay Halstcad, Jtmmy Weathers, Gwendolyn George, David Lannnn, Paula HlLtson, Bill Hutson. Diane Brnns- com, Jimmy Lee Medlln, Bubs Hnys, Hr.dley Hays Jr., Donna Drum- wrlght, Pasy Moore, Sue Osbor:iQ and Johanna Wilson. Plans were alsn made for the model meeting which la to be held at the clubroom, Tuesday night, Apr. 6. and Miss Eloise Yates was appointed to be In charge of the program. A committee was appointed to make definlt* plans for the party which Is to be held for the new members on the night, of April 9. A committee was also appointed to complete plans for the Preferential Tea to be held Sunday, April II. Those on the committee are Miss Tva Soay, chairman. Mis. Robert I. Thompson and Miss Martha Prances Stevens. At Ihe meeting' last night, six members took their final Initiation test. They were Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., Miss Ruth Seay, Mrs.'-•Fred Steadman, Mrs. Richard Osborne7 Miss Nora Simpson snd Miss Josephine Shibley. \ Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Steadman and Mrs. Osborne. • » • At The Hospitals Coming Events Social Calendar Mrs. Forrest Moor* w>* hc«t*M at her home Monday afternoon to members of the Lone Oak Home Demonstrallon Club and two guests, Mr* T. I. Seay and Mr*. Byron Moore. Mu, Byron Moor* gave the devotional and th« group sang "In ! The Garden," Opening prayer was :c follow- i 8'vcn by Mrs. Glen Alexander. I A demonstration on how to make a bvnlded rag rug was given by Mrs Byron Moore and a short business meeting was .conducted. Refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. R. B, Davis. Thursday Mrs. Don Haley rntertnlnlnii member* of the Thursday Night Club T:30, at her home on E. Kentucky. Jnyceeltes will meet »t the clubroom at 7 o'clock for a pot hick supper. Club Eight being entertained at Ihe home of Mrs. R. C. Allen. Jolly Eight Club meeting at the homo of Mrs. Haskell Blnnkenshlp. Miii-Wcek Club being 'entertained at the home o( Mrs. M. O. Usrcy. Mrs. H, C. Rose entertaining members ol the Octette Club. Friday Chapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet at the home of Mrs. Rlley B. Jones In Manila for a 1 o'clock luncheon. Private Fliers to Meet At Airport Tomorrow Members of the Blythevilie Private Fliers Association will hold their monthly meeting at 8 o'clock tomorrow night at the fly-Inn at the Municipal Airport. | Gale Hanson of Little Rock, nonscheduled air carrier inspectof for the Civil Aeronautics Administration, will show aviation training films at the meeting. "No no Little Wolf —*mofc* writing no do —(o enfer big fepm Cont«»l inusf uirile on «ntry blank." Former Osceola Resident Dies in Hot Springs OSCEOLA. March 31,—Word was „,.„,..„„. , received here today of the death of Model Meeting of the Alpha Delta! •>• N - Angell. a former building con- Chapter ot Beta Sigma Phi will! tractor o( Osceola. who died at the meet, 2'30 p. m, at the home of home o( his son, Herman W. Angell Mrs. Andrew Moses at the corner In Hot Springs, Ark.. Monday, (ol-; of Dougan and Franklin. lowing a heart attack and a year's! Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn. Mrs. Charles . illness. | Langston Jr., and Mrs, a. O. Poetz | Mr. Angell was born In Jones- entertaining with a party at the boro. 111., in 1869. Rrd moved to Enter Pepsi-Cola'. yreat $203,725.00 "Treasure Top- Sweepstakes and Contests. Over 15,000 Cash Prizfe! Every entry get* al least • Treasure Certificate for UM big Family Sweepetakes—First Prize, $25,000.00. • Look for hidden design under the cork in ever)' Pep«i-Col» bottle top. Collect 'em! Swap 'em! It'n run! ENTRY BLANK* AT YOU* STORK Pepri-Cola Company, fxmj /ihnuj Ci/y, N, T, Franthiafd Bottltr: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of BlyfKeville wa* centered with a (ive-branched silver candelabra of Gadrcon pair tern and the three-tlerert oak* was crowned with a miniature bride and Bridegroom. White sweet pets and lilies o( the valley completed the decorations ol the table, while sprnys o( (resins tied with while satin hung from the chandeliers. Mrs. R H. Clark presided at the. refreshment table assisted by Miss Kitty Pelton, Miss Betty McGirin'.s, Mrs. J. L, Tsnacs. Mrs. Cnyce Turner. Mrs. Paul Mlxon, Mrs. Allen Colin. Mrs. Jerry Mickey, Mrs. Leon Lewis, Mrs. Ben Brown and members of the bride's family. After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. White left for a short wedding trip. The bride chose for traveling,- an original dressmaker suit of olive preen with which she wore a pale pink blouse. Her shoes and bag were grey lizard and her hat was an original model of grey straw trimmed with a pink, rose and her top coat was camellia pink. At her shoulder she wore a while orchid- t Mr. and Mrs. White will live in Blytheville. where Mr. White is associated with his father in bi;si- Dismissed: Iv«n F»nnin, city. Joe Roberts, city. Mrs. R. H, Locke, city. John Clark Freeman, city. Mrs. M. G. Joyner, Rt. 2, city. Walls HosplUl Dismissed: Tweedy Porsythe, Luxora. Mrs. DBtinie Evans, Steele, Mo! Joe Downing Jr., city- Mrs. O. D. Lunsford and baby city. Hotel Noble at 1:30 o'clock honoring Mrs. cl«o Lungston. Dorcas Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church meetiim at 2:30 p.m., at the church v ft\ Mrs. A. H. Wallace and Mrs. J., P. Rowland as hostesses. Women's Missionary Society Executive Board .of the First Baptist Church meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the home of/Mrs^. Marion Williams. ' Mrs.- A. A. Hardy entertaining members of the C. B. C. Club. Mrs. Harman 'Taylor- enterlain- ing member. 1 , of tile Friday BridgOi Club at her home. * Avalon Bunco Club meeting at Uie nome ol Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Mississippi County In 1885, where he lived until 1923. He was i mem- \ ber of the Baptist Church. i Mr.Angell is survived by five sons,, one daughter, two brothers, and one sisler, Mrs. Willinm Stewart, of Osceola. ;.. Mrs. ~tewart and her son, Clarence Grlgsby, left this morning tn attend the funeral services, which are scheduled for Thursday. BINGO PARTY Given by tht B«trj Lambda Club Wednesday, March 31st, 8:00 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT The United States. Imports more than TOGO qulfl pens'.-from England every year. ... ADMISSION ONLY Civic Cnltndar Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. ANNOUNCEMENT The Junior and Senior Classes of Burdelte High School will present a three act comedy "Here Comes Charley," tomorrow night at the High School Auditorium at 7:30. I Beta Lambda Club Has Barbecue and Egg Hunt The Beta Lsmtida Club members were hostesses to members of their families when they entertained Sunday with a barbecue and Easter Egg Hunt nt Hie home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sallba on Kentucky St. Approximately 65 guests attended. Guests spent the afternoon Informally. , -WEAK NERVOUS cranky 'nery month'? Are jou troubled hy distress of female MncUona! periodic disturbances? Don tm» m«Xe you ter] to t red. high-lining, nerrouj—*t tuch times? Thfn DO try Lydfn t. Plnk- h»m s Vttot.hlB Compound to tel!«r« «uch ayinptonul Plnkhim'j Compound li m«de esprcWly lor uom«n It nlsc. hni whnt Doctors call n stomachic tonlr efTectl Any druRstorr LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S ATTENTION, LADIES! Do not confuse the WASHKRETTK with other types of self service laimdrys. YOU DON'T DO anything here birt bring your clothes anct sort them out Ilkt you want them washed. WE DO AI.I, THE RKRT! living (hem by any time and return at your convenience. No appointment necessary—bundles finished rou^h-dry r««dy to iron or wear, in approximately one hour damp dry ready to hang on the line in 35 minutes and we furnish the soap FREE! Take advantage of this modern, economical service and •ixke wash-day just another stop on your shopping list. WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Business Hours—7 m. JB to 5 p. m. Until > p. « nn Monday*, /Tuesdays and Fridays Main nt Division aw O-P-E-N-I-N-G CITY CAFE COMPLETELY REMODELED ORIGINALLY "THE COFFEE CUP" 3 OR East Main St. Phone 3n3fi We Feature Fancy K. C. 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