The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 23, 1948
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New* Phone 4161 Miss Camille Robinson Married To John Wiley Jones of Paragould In a ceremony wlemnUed this morning, 10 o'clock at the Krst Baptist Church. \SJK Martha camllle Robinson oi_Blytheville, daughter of Mr. and tin. Samuel Barnett Robinson ol Liberty, Miss.,' became the brld« 01 John Wiley Jones, sou ot llic late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. jon« of Paragould. The-'liniU 'tiaf ceremony, was solemnized by the Rev. E. c. Brown, pastor, in th* presence of a large number of friends and relative An arch wa* formed of Souther;]*—— •' •' amiiax, gardenias and white gladioli trees. Floor baskets of- stock acalrut a background of palms and flanked by stately white lapcrs burning In branched candelabra, formed a beautiful setting for the wedding party. A program of nuptial music was pwwnted by Mrs. o. M. Smart, or- fanist,. and Mirp jane Me Adams, Tbcallsl. Included in Mrs. Smart's •elections were "Woodland Poem", Toldlnl, "Idyll", Purvis and "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice", SahU- Saens. The "Bridal Chorus" (rom Lohengrin was used as the processional and the recessional \vt~s Mendelssohn's "Wedding March". Hole strain: of "Clair de Lunc" by DeBussey, could be heard during the exchange of vows. - Miss McAdams sang "Ave Maria' by Schubert and 'Through Tile Years', Vincent Youman. Both Mrs. Smart and Miss McAdams chose smart .dinner dresses, Mrs. Smart wore a while drass with a pink floral design and a white gardenia corsage in her hair. Miss McAdams wore a black and gold frock which wa^complemented with « shoulder corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Charles Lelghton Bates ol Liberty, MJcs., was her sister's matron of honor. Her gown of aqua crepe w»s fashioned along straight simple line* with long matching gloves. Her -hat was of the same shade of mallne and she pinned a corsage of Talisman roses at her shoulder. -The bride, given in marriage-by her father, wore a;,dress fashioned of frosty white crepe in the new pencU-slim silhouette. The softly draped neckline fell Into graceful Jplds which extended over the shoulders and arms forming cap sleeves. A hood effect was reveale;! In the back of the blouse and thi skirt was straight with a deep slit In the center front. Her wide be:t of matching crepe was ornamented with silver sequins and crystal beads. In her hair she wore a braidert Ttreath ol matching crepe and orange blossoms. She wore Ions •white gloves and carried n white Bible lopped with purple orchids from which fell showers of white s»tin -ribbons and sprays ol lillei of the valley. , Harlan Trice of Paragould, served Mr. Jones as best man. Ushers Tfere Clarence Wilboum and Maurice Cathey of Paragouli). .Mrs. Marc M. Duqote, of:Gu!:port, Miss., sister of the bride, wore a navy clue sheer dress with plnlc accessories and a corsage of pink roaet. Mrs. Floyd A. White, Mr. Jones' sister, chose a pale blue caberdine suit with black accessories with a-shoulder corsage of pink roses. .; ISunediately following the ceremony, in informal reception \va-s held at the home of Mr. and Mrs White. The .bride's table \vns covered with a lace cloth and centered with a three tiered wedding cake topped with figurines of a bride and bridegroom, garlanded with greenery and while gardenias and flank- ed by while tapers burning in silver candelabra. Mrs. White was assisted at the refreshment table by Mrs. James Hill Jr., Mrs. E. B. Thomas, Mr.!. Mildred Batcmau, 'Mrs. M. A. Issacs, Mrs. Harry Klvby, Mrs. Dick- While and Mrs. Harry Jones of Pnratrould. After the reception, Mr. and Mrt. Jones left for a short wedding trip. The bride v chose for travelling, a grey gabardine suit with blick accessories. She pinned an orchid nt her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will make their nome on 605 'Court Street In ParogouUI, where he Ls connected with the Arkansas Utility Company. Out of town people here for the wedding Included Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Trice, Mr. and Mrs. Maur- iee Cathey, Mr. and Mrs. ClareuM vVllboiirn and Mrs. Harry Jones a!i of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mnus of Memphis Term.. Mr. ana Mrs. I. p. Anderson of Yazoo City, Miss.. W. L, Robinson of Cleveland, Miss., S. B. Robinson, Mrs. C. L. Bates, Miss Mnrtha Ctalr Bates and Mrs. Mary Ann Crow all ot Liberty, Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Marc M. Duco^,e of GuUporl, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dun Rogers of Parti, Ark. Informal Dance. Is Given For Club Members, Guests Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Recder, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White and Mr. and Mrs. i William O. Boone were hosts and hostesses Inst night when they entertained members of the Twentieth Century Club and a large number of guests with a dance at the Legion Hut at 8:, o'clock. The long table from which assorted party foods were served, 'was centered with a bouquet of narcissi and hyacinths in a low bowl, by yellow tapers burnin? In crystal candelabra, Snowballs were banted agalrmt the fireplace in. the ballroom. Quests for the affair included Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman of Steele, Mo., Tom Reedcr and «Mls> Peggy Gilbert of Kennelt, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Becker.Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McCaughey, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Washburn, Todd Harrison lock. and Miss Lavonne Port- Mrs. Kyle* Is Hostess To Rook Club, Guests Mrs. Wilbur Wahl and Mr«. B. B. Alley were guests yesterday with mcjmbers of the Thursday Night Club, when Mrs. N. W. Kyle entertained at her home on E. Missouri. In the games, Mrs. Earl Damon won high score and Mrs. J. A Snliba. rooko. Vases of mixed Spring flowers decorated the home. Refreshments of Mrs. Haines Entertains Mid-Week Club, Guests Mrs. p. A. Lasley of Utlle Rock and Miss Rosa Hardy were guests yesterday when Mrs. Harry W Haines entertained members of the Mid-Week Club with a lunch can at her home on Chlckasawba Avenue. The dining room table at which the guest* were seated was covered with a lace cloth and centered with i bouquet of mixed Spring flowers. Following the luncheon, bridge (fames were played with prlw* being won by Mrs. W. L. Horner, high, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, second high. Mrs. Lasley w»J presented a gift by Ihe hostess. Mrs. Partlow Hostess To Club Eight, Guest Mrs. H. G. Partlow was hostess- yesterday when she entertained members of Club Eight and one Huest, Mrs. Ray Hall, nt her home on East Kentucky. In the afternoon -bridge games Mrs. Paul Jobe won high score and Mrs. Otto Scrape won second high. Attractive arrangements of tulips In various shades, roses and other flowers were used in the home. Refreshments were served by the hostess. * . . Dessert Bridge Is Given By Mrs. J, C, Bills Sr. rs. J. C. Ellis 8r. was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Octette Club and three guests, Mrs, Fred Rutherford, Mrs, Cornelius Modlnger and Mr.s. Homer Wilson with a dessert bridge at her home. - Mrs. Mnrvin Nunn won high, score during the bridge games and Mrs. Modinger, second high. The Individual tables were centered with a small crystal'bowl of pansles. Narcissi and other Spring (lowers were arranged throughout the home. • • • Informal Afternoon Party Honors Mrs. J. A. Orr Mrs. J. A. Orr of College Station, Texas, who Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs -----sisters, Mrs. Mrs. C. M. Smart and families, was honored yesterday when Mrs. L. E. Old and Mrs. Chester Caidwell entertained with an informal afternoon party at the Caidwell home on Chickasawba avenue. Guests Included members of Chapter N of the P.E.O. sisterhood. Mixed Spring flowers were arranged throughout the home. " • • • ' Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen Mrs. o. W. McCutchen entertained members of Thursday Contract Club yesterday at her home with a bridge luncheon. The dining- room table, which was overlaid with a linen cloth, held an attractive arrangement of Hlythevllle mixed Spring flowers. Dismissed- During the afternoon, .whenl Mrs. bridge games were played, Mrs. E.fcity. R. I. Haley, and her Lloyd stlcltmon and BLYTHEVILLE CARK.) COURIER NEWS Bits of News ffancy Partlow, student at Co "' Ee ' or rn at Denton, W u named on the nttn, honor roll list for the first semeiUr O f the 1M7.-4* school year. Miss Partlow is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow »J 1 "', Morrls Zelln " u 'Pending today In Memphis. Mrs. Paul Mahon, Mrs, Jesse Russell, Mr». Norvllle Humphrey, Mrs. J. Ben Clune and Mrs. Louts Zelter were In Lepanto, yesterday where they attended the Fifth District Meeting of Ihe American Legion Auxiliary, .Mr, *«d Mrs. J. J. Fields have as their guests their daughter, Mis. J. P. Holland and Mi. Holland of Albany, da. and Lute Huboard ; Thermon of Hopklnsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Craig Is Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Mr. and Mrs. James Mathii of Columbus, Miss., will spend the weekend here as guests of M~s Mathb sisler, Mrs. E. O. Ambrose with and Mr. Ambrose. Mrs. Mathls is opeiating room supervisor at the Doster Hospital in Columbus. Condition of Mrs. John T. Hickman, who underwent a major operation at Walls Hospital Tuesday, Is satisfactory. Her sister, Mrs. Hymle Pope of Memphis is with her. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mead «n-i family have as their guests for tho weekend, his mother, Mrs. c. G. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ma/K Henderson and sons, Mark Dale and rtalph, all of Joplin, Mo. ami Mrs. E. R. Cross of Excelsior Springs, Mo Bill VaiiWinkle Is In Memphis today where he will undergo a checkup at the veterans Hospital. O. J. Rodger* left yesterday for Little Rock, where he will attend & hree day convention of the managers and assistant managers of the Reliable Ufe Insurance Com- jany. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley have, returned from a visit in Russell-' Ark., where they were the guests of their .son, the Rev. W. f. Cooley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hester and son, Charles Jr., accompanied by Urs. Hester's mother, Mrs. Elven;i Purr, left this morning for Blrm- '.ngham, Ala., where Mr. Hester will itlend to business. FVom there they will go to Town Creek and Lelgh- .on, Ala., where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hester and son, will return home Sunday but Mrs. rurr will remain !or an indefinite visit. Mr*. Charles Craig, who was be- AIJ* recent marriage Miss Aldeen I* Rue was honored last nlsht when Mrs. Clifford Watkins **??!. Mr «- J ««k Fleming entertained /with a miscellaneous shower at me Watkins home. Approximately 32 suests attended. Tlie guest of honor was presented her gifts from the dining room table, which was draped with a lace clolfi. Party games were played during the evening with prizes being won by Miss Pefgy Bujarskl, Mlsa Elolse Yates and Mrs. Peggy BuJ- arskl, Miss Boise Yales and Mrs Tom Ualstead, The home was attractively decorated with bouquets of white snapdragons and while gladioli A low crystal bowl filled with white snapdragons and white tapers burning in crystal candelabra centered the buffet. Mrs Craig wore for the occasion floral printed silk dress with black accessories, she pinned a corsage of whit* rosebuds, a gift of the hostesses at her shoulder Refreshments of a salad plate Iced drinks were served. Mrs. Mayo Entertains Jolly Eight Club, Guest Mrs. w. B. Mayo was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Jolly Eight club and one guest, Mrs, Reba Watson, at her home on Highway 18. t During the root games played, Mrs. Richard Prltchanl won high score, Mrs. T. W. Goforth, second high and Mrs. Haskel Dlnnkenship rooko. Attractive arrangements of spi- raea and Iris were used in tin home. Refreshments were served *by the hostess ' FRIDAY, APRIL 23, !»48 Luxoro Honor Students Mary E«lyn Martin Millie Peery Miss Mary Evelyn Martin, daughter of Mrs. Ruby Martin, and Miss lie Peery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. c. Peery, have been named by the Luxora High School Faculty as honor students of the senior class of 1B48 of the Luxora High School Mrs. Gee Entertains With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. E. B. Gee entertained the Thursday Luncheon Club yesterday her home on Highway 81. 3unco Club, Guests Meet- At Otho Stanfield Home | Mrs.-John Burnett. Mrs. J. E. Mitchell and Mrs. Dick Stone were _. , guests yesterday with members of j were here for the ceremony the Friendly Eight Club, when M. Otho Stanfield entertained at her home on East Davis. Durjng the bunco games, Mrs. AlyrtleBlackburn Orsburn won high score, 'Mrs: Jack Matheany, low score and Mrs. stone, bunco. BouqueU of roses and other Spring flowers decorated the home. A dessert course was served by the hostess Guests were Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. Jesse stilt. Luncheon was served at small taKcs, each centered with an arrangement of Spring flowers. Other flowers were used to decorate ths home. High score was won by Mrs. Ray; Hughes during the afternoon bridge games and Mrs. A. G. Little won second high • • • Rehearsal Dinner Given In Mirror Room Of Hotel A rehearsal dinner was given at 6:30 o'clock last night In the Mirror Hoom of Hotel Noble for members of the wedding party of Miss Camllle Robinson to John Wiley Jones, and out of town guests, who The three course dinner wns served at a large table covered with a white cloth and centered witl\ a »striking arrangement, of white roses in a low crystal bowl flanked by white tapers burning in silver candelabra: Nozcrrene Young Women Meet at Church for Study The Young Women's Missionary Society of the First Nnzarone Church ;i,et last night at the church with nine members attending for a lesso nstudy from the book "We Can If We Will", Mrs. Andrew Lee Mayo conducted th« study. Mrs. j. T. W hite gave the opening prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. O. E. Banner. The closlns prayer was given by Miss Georgia Jairatt. ANNOUNCEMENT \ Members of the Men's Club ot St. Stephen's Episcopal Church will be guests at a dinner to be given tonight at 7 o'clock by B. G. West at his home. S20 West Main. Coming Events Social Calendar Frlflaj The past Matrons and Patrons Supper Club will meet at the home of Mrs. George Barham at 7 o'clock Mrs. B. B. Wilson Is co- hostess' Rev. L. T. Lawrence Undergoes Operation OSCEOLA, Ark., Apri l 23—The Rev. I,. T. Lawrence, pastor of ihe First Presbyterian Church In Osccola, underwent a kidney operation at the Baptist Hospital in, Memphis Wednesday night. He was admitted into the hospital Wednesday afternoon. His condition was reported as Improved. At The Hospitals Hospital Woodrow Wren and baby, R. Lancashire won high and Mrs. P. D. Jbyner, second high. with coffee was served by the dessert course ess. Dismissed: ""' Will, Ho«piUl Stout, Manila BIG BINGO TONIGHT * SUPER PRIZES TABLE LAMPS GROCERIES AKin iwvrrJ,; ACCESSORIES-GIFT COUPONS AND DOZENS OF OTHERS! / ARMORY 8 P.M. ADMISSION 50< SPONSORED BY BLYTHEVILLE JAYCEES The annual catch of whales the Antsrtlc exceeds 10,000, in 'Agri Day' Gets Under Way on U. of A. Campus FAYBTTEVILLE, Ark., April 23, (UPJ—Agrl Day got under way today on the University of Arkansas campus with a convocation in the student union. R. R Short, president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation wa s the principal speak- A number of activities were scheduled in addition to the unsche r duled antics of costumed College of Agriculture students, beginning with a picnic and winding up with the annual Agri Day ball. Kiwanis Club Presents Attendance Awards CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., April 23.—Attendance tabs were presented to 21 members of the Kiwanis Club at the regular luncheon meeting Tuesday night, with J. Thomas Markcy, editor of The Republican and John S. White, local insurance manfr receiving eight-year tabs, for having perfect attendance for that many ycare. Markey has not missed a meeting of the local club in the eight years. White has missed some of the local club meetings, but has "made up" attendance at nearby clubs to maintain his eight-year perfect attendance record. Herman D. Alston Elected President Of Manila Lions MANILA, Ark., April M.—Her- ' man D. Alston today It the new president of th« Manila Lions Club, succeeding Robert Kllllan.' . Other officers elected »t thijfe weekly luncheon meeting Wc/nes^ day were Ed McMasters, vlce.prei- Went; A. E. McCulley, second vie* president; Charles Stahr, third vice-president; Harbert Griffin, till twister; W. W. Fov\er. Lion tamer; Doyle.white and Robert Lowe, directors for two year term. William Borowsky, who hu j«rv- ed as secretary-treasurer lor th« club every year except one for th« • past sixteen years wax re-elected unanimously for lhl» office. The Manila club, with a 91 per- » cent attendance record, ranks among the top clubs of Arkansas I" tin* respect, weekly meetlngi »re held In the "Lions Den" adjacent to the high school cafeteria. Peed Store and a Firestone ttore just off Main Street. The low of the building housing both stores «nd the stock was valued at Wo 000 While the fire-fighting equipment was concentrated on the downtown blaze, another broke out In the Pines Drive-In Sandwich Shop on t;.; outskirts of the town. Damage was estimated at $10,000. Origin of the fires was not tc i mined. Two Fires in Fordyce Cause $70,000 Damage FORDYCE, Ark., April 22. (UP)— Two almost simultaneous fires did an estimated $70,000 damage in Fordyce yesterday. The first fire broke out at 1 a.m. in the downtown section and destroyed the Gallard Grocery and "CHRIST IS THE HOUR" theme of One-Week Revival FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Blytheville, Ark. April 25-May 2 Sunday School at Night: 7:00 p. m. Sunday School at Night: 7:30 p. m, * Junior Choir: 7:00 p. m.. Hear Grear Gospel Preaching! Join in Soul Stirring Music! Dr. R.C Campbell Dr. R. c. Campbell, Pastor First Baptist Church, Little Rock, Ark., is one of the outstanding pastor- evangelists of the Southern Baptist Convention. He Is the author of more than twelve religious books, noted pulpiteer, and a great lover of lost souls. You will want to hear each and every message that he brings. Mr, Ralph D.Churchill This is Ihc Ihird time that Mr. Ralph D. Church- Ill. Southwestern Baptist Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas, has led our music In a revival. He has no superior In «!l the Southland as « leader of revival music. His work with the Junior choir, the coti- Eregatlon, and his great solo messascs have inspired us In the past, mid will be a blessing in the coming revival. Mrs. C. M. Smart will again be our organist, and certainly (here Is no one better filled (or this place than she. YOU'LL BE GLAD YOU CAME? 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