The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 19, 1948
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.PAGE FQUK BI.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1948 oce ety 9 Phont 4461 Vassar Graduate Wedding Plans Announced By Miss Nancy Shuford .Wiii Nancy Shuford of Hickory, N. C, today made known plans for Her marriase to Harry Albert. H»ines of Blytiievllle. Miss Shuford's engagement recently \va a announced, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harold Shuford Sr., of Hickory. - The wedding will be solemnized • t Uu.Corinth Evangelical and Reformed Church iu Hickory at 5:30 o'clock in the aiternoou of Saturday, May 29. Dr. H. D. Akhouse will officiate at the double ring ceremony which will be attended by i. large number of guests. A musical program will be prn- ' sented by Mrs, John MtFarlami, organist, »nti Farel Warllck of New. ' ton, N. C., vocalist. Altar candles ': will be lighted by Miss Martha . Geitone. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, will hale Mrs. W. B. Clark Jr., ot Wilson. X. ' C., as matron of honor and Ha bridesmaids. Miss Oreia Garth ol . Hickory and New York City, Mi=s : .'Margaret Guin of Atlanta, Ga., anil "? Washington, D. C,, Mrs. Ford 1J. '. Little of Greensboro. N. C.. and ' Xliis Josephine Hambrick. Ann Shuford. cousin of tne bride, will .". serve as flower girl. .-• Harrj- W. Haines will be his so:i's '•'• best man and ushers will include : Charles A. Afflick Jr., Bob Kiilife;- ;•' of Crcstwood, N. Y., Mike Morrow ••' of Wilmington, N. C., Tread Covington of Miami. Fia., Bob Thur.s- !•' ton of Taylorsville, N. C., and K *•'' H. Shuford Jr., of Hickory, brother '.'. of the bride. > The wedding will be followed by j a reception a: the home of the IT- n • i fl L p „ »„ - bride's parents. !'« Bridge Uub, UlCStS ;' Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines .; «nd his sister, Mrs. Louis Stein uf f- Grand Island, Ncbr., will leave Sut- V, urday to attend the wedding. Piano, Voice Recital Given [n High School Auditorium Voice »nd piano pupils of Mrs. J. ;ecll Lowe gave H recital last night in the high school auditorium, with approximately 150 people attending. The program wax opened by Miss Mary Frances Nnnn, daugh- ler of Mr. anrt Mrs. M. N. Nunn of UiyilicvillP. was graduated from V.i.ssar College,, N. Y. r.t tt'.e commencement exercises which were held at Vassal Chtipcl May 17. Mi.-s Nunn, who majored In phy.s- irs, had b'jcr. an honor student during lior entire college career and last year was business manager of the Bits of News P. C. W, Rnmcy was taken to the Memphis Methodist Hospital yes- Dinner, Theatre Party Given by Mitt Emma Cox OSCBOLA, Ark., May 19.—Miss j Tommie Lou Stewart and Billy jop Carlisle, who are members of the senior class, were hortored last night w^ien Miss Emma cox entertained the class members and five guests at her home, with * dinner and theatre party. The dining room table was over- tcrdny where he will undertgo fur- laid with a iTnen cloth iiid 'centered Jewish Congregation Invites Inspection of Temple Israel Members of the congregation of glass memorial windows, «n edu- Tempte Israel today announced • cationnl unit with Sunday School an opportunity to inspect the temple." One of Ihe features of the temple Is tile use of opera seats In the place of the usual arrangement of pews In homes of worship. plans for open house from 2:30 to •<tional hall ther treatment. Mr. Rainey has been 111 lor several months. Mrs. Ramey Accompanied him there and will remain with him. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Thompson Sr., Mrs. John B. Walker and Miss 4:30 p.m. Sunday In their recently and • modern »nd fully equiped ] completed sanctuary in order that kitchen. citizens of Blytheville and sur- "we nave had many members of rounding communities might have j other churches express interest in j Jerry Lowe, who played "Betty's , Lucy Thompson returned last night Serenade" and the "Train Song." First yeor .students were Ihen Introduced and gave their selections. They Included Luther Gray Jr., "Grandfathers clock;" Don Copeland. "The Hunter Sons;" Warren Moxlcy, "Spooky Hollow;" Krert Abbott, "Jolly Farmer" and "Peter And The Wolf;" Donna Dedman. from St. Ifluls. Mo., where they spent several days as guests of Mrs. Lloyd Pries. While there Ihey also attended the revival services conducted by the Rev. and Mrs. O. S. with a large arrangement of white I magnolias and greenery on a mirrored plaque. At each end of the! pie. to Inspect the tem- [ our new Chouse Jiedel said, "and the open house Plans /or the open house were table were gold candles in purple [ "an* &,bm S. P^ The table at which the guests! were seated were centered with j crystal vases filled with columbine In mixed shades. Tall vases of red roses and snapdragons were used as decorations In the reception rooms. Assisting Miss Cox in the re- of the temple, who said that arrangements have been made by to serve refreshments to the visitors in the recreation room. The temple is located at Chtck- asawaba and Fifteenth Street and the structure, which was dedicated was arranged to give the public j This Week Free of Little Rock at the Naauenc | '»«"* "'Si.^Jr. Mr. Mw" 1 IaSt rtl1 co " £ists °< a mal " audl - C T' C \ la e ™VMr/TH.R".y.n^Mte! torlum with «* M l" E estalned x. r^ ~ „ ., Mrs. D. C. Pafford returned today from Chicago, and Peorla, III., where "Rosary" and an arrangement of , slie v , s , tcd ,^ two wecks w j th hcl . Kosalle Tucker. Guests attending other than] »npv t rrmTiitwr frrvm r'/>T./-crt/i Mrt i— ""* '"* v '"' TTV - l - r "'> ""•<* members included Mr. and Rachmaninoff from Concerto No. , ia ,, gh ter, Mrs. Robert Litscomb and | Mrs. Frank Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Litscomb. Rube Boyce and Mrs. C. L. Moore. 2; Buford Young, "Ice Carnival" and Ben Young, "Shortnin 1 Bread" and "They're Off." The next part ol the program » p as presented by the second year students who were, John Robert Stovall, "Home On The Range" snd "Long. Long Ago;" Patsy Ann Yarbro, "Beethoven's Minuet In G" and "A Russian Dance;" Ronnie Wagslcr, "The Flying Man;" Dalma Reid, "Polka Dot Polka;" Jessie G. Tomlln. student at Pennsylvania College for Women. Pittsburgh, has been appointed to the Handbook Committee for the publishing of the school handbook for 1348-49. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. I,. Tomlln of Biirdette. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wojmaii Jr. a"cl daughter. Jo Ellen of Ttvmpn, Fin., are the Rucsts of Mr. and Mrs. i/ailUH nciti, i UJK.H j_*vn. i"jiru\, tt A A n 11 Larry Held. "In Schubert's Day" Fl ?. d B °yf»e Sr. and other friends. and "Fur Eleise." Following these ! M . r - ", ncl Mrs - Dlclt White will have as Inch- weekend guests her parents. Mr. and -Mrs. C. E. Daggett pupils numbers. Jerry I/)we sang "A Fishing Tale." Others »ho participated on the program were Jimmy Lee Moore, Miscellany News, one of the campus , S|]snn Moor((| Norma i ft wagstcr, newspapers. Slie WHS on the Science | M | lllc An[] M n || ory , j 0 Alice Mc- Club Board ibis year. Miss Nunn . Gllirei R utli Hale and Jimmy Lowe, was graduated from niythcvilln | Jean Dedman and Betty Ann Hign School iti 1915 where she was .s.llutiuorian. Mrs. Guard Is Hostess - Business Women's Circle :• Meets With Mrs. Tyrone 'l Mrs. John Tyrone was hostess at :;'• her home last night to 12 members .'• of the Business Women's Circle • Seven of the First Baptist Church ;•> and two guests* •ifc; • Following a wiener roast, a pro—grain and business was held. Dr. ;Bdna Nies gave " - devotional and Mrs. Tyrone presided over the business meeting. Miss Delia Puiiie gtive the last jthree chapters of the mission study 'boofc "Spiritual Frontiers," by Counts Bedford. The meeting was 'dismissed with prayer. Mrs. John McDonald and Mrs. Jack Hale were guests ycsterdayj • members of the Trl-Towil' 1JC '- at °" »-"Ooi Harber were \ishers. • » • Dell School to Hay* Final Exercises May 21 James E. McDaniel, Jonesboro at- t™™*- win be lhe B"°' il s l lcaker a j U« Cominenccmcnt exercises of " l 8 - 00 of Mariannn. Mr. and Mrs. C. 15. Crlgscr Jr., irlll leave next week for Lyndon' Ky.. where they will attend jrrpd- latlon exercises at Kentucky Mlll- :nry Institutule where th=Ir - . . Bridge Club, when Mrs. James c . P.m.. m the high school auQitorium. , & ... . I VJQ .Kill lin (111 rr\tilll~fit\ In. Illo I? nv f' Guard entertained at her home on East Davis. In the afternoon bridge games, Mrs. Gene Teaford won high score and Mrs. Garrard Caudlll, second!' He \vill be introduced by the Rev. C. C. Burton. Miss Ella Mac D1.XOI1 will play the processional and recessional, invocation will be given by the _ I Rev. R. E. Jones and the bsncdic- Vascs of rosebuds and other flow- j tion by the Rev. Curtis Downs. cis were arranged throughout the I Musical selections will be played home. The hostess served . Bynum Is Honored With Surprise Shower Mrs. Firman Bynum was honored i .Retreshmentj were served by the' sm . prisc mlscc |i aiie oiu shower at hostess. •Mrs. Isaacs Entertains La Neuve Club, Guests . Mrs. Dick White was honored last I and sung by Noble Gill and Mrs. dessert Chr.rles K:nnett and short talks will be given by the valedictorian and salutatorian. Betty Raye Wilson and Doris Payne. Homer C. Richie will award the medals and M. R. Griflm will present tlie diplomas to the 12 grad^ nates who Include. Chnrline Arm- insl night when' Mrs. Kari Wad- sirens, Herman Storey Jr., Doris ennfuhl, Mrs. W. D. Tommey and ?<»'"«. Thomas Shephard. France? , Thrasher. Warren Hc-R-ard, Bef,y i Jo Morris. Ina Jean Blair. B=t',y Ray Wilson. M. Jack l/ewis. Vir- Mrs. Wndcnjifuhl's home on Hcarn gi ,, ia L | n[or( ; R , 1( j j ack L . Lewis. Street. Seventeen guests attended the affair. Mrs. Bytiutn will leave May 29, for RussellvUlc, where Mr. Byniiin At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Claris Pugli, city. Joe H:reia, O.sceola. H. H. Stone, city. M;s. Earlis Austin, city. John Turner, Lcachville. Mrs, C. w. Mitchell, city. Mrs. John Stevens. Dell. John Stevens III, Dell. Mary Stevens, Dell. Walls IlospiU! Disinis.sed: Mrs. Nelse Campbell, city. Jo Anna Laud, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. George Ladd, Cooler. Mo. Mrs. Britton Hostess To Demonstration Club dent next year at University of Virginia, Chnrlottesville. the out-of-town people' The Lone Oak Demonstration , here yesterday for the funeral of Club met Monday at the home of j Cominq Events Social Calendar Thursday Thursday Contract Club meeting at Ihe home of Mrs. G. G. Caudill. The annual "May Breakfast," held al the First Methodist Church from 6:30 until 9:30 a.m. This is s"misored by the Methodist W.S.- C.S. Friday The installation of Woman's Club officers will be held at the clubhouse at 2:30 p.m. Alpha Beta Bunco Club being entertained al the home of Mrs, Ebb Reynolds. Alpha Beta Bunco club meeting at the home of Mrs. Neville Blakemore. The Past Matrons and Past Patrons of the Lasiern Star being entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley at 7 p.m. with a pot luck, supper. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—1210 p.m. Mrs. J. O. Huey, president, pre-| Chamber of Commerce Board of of Memphis, Mrs. Mary Noble, Mrs! ' sided during the business session: Directors—2:30 p.m. rs. A. F. Spiese. Mrs. O. W. Knight. E. A. Teaford. "Mrs. H. J. Ddell Feathcrston were Mrs. TCva Mrs. Tom Britton with 12 members Byrd and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Erwln i present. and children. Sue Ellen and Jack, I of Memphis. Mr.s. Mary Noble. Mrs. ' Bertha Brown, Mrs. Don Marlon at which time the treasurer and : and son. Clem, and Mr. and Mrs. : secretary reports were given. Mrs. Edward Bradley and d: Elmer R. Smith left Saturday for Sflndusky. o,, where he will visit with friends for two cwccks. The Rev. and Mrs. J. p. Nix of Lubback. Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Nix of Scmlnote. Tex., were the overnight guests of Mr. and Mr.s. C.' A. Ktnnlngham Monctnv night. Thev were on their -V by Following the meeting, refresh-i Bo " Amcs Williams, ments were served by the hostess ( - I " t ' sts °f 'he club included Mrs who was assisted by Mrs. Ben Ray i i ci i y f l o( Little Rock. Mrs J - P. D. Johnson ami Mrs. Mary Allen Mrs. Edrington Hostess , To Club Members, Guests CSCECLA. Ark.. May 19.— The Literary Club met at a luncheon at Gibson. with RCA VICTOR R.E CORDS Polonaise in A-Flat—Jose Iturbi Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2— Stokowskl Jalousie—Boston "Pops" Orchestra Warsaw Concerto—Boston "Pops" Orchestra The Donkey Serenade— Allan Junes Ave Maria—Marian Anderson Waltz Serenade—Boslon Symphony Orchestra My Old Flame—Spike Jones Down in Jungle Town —Spike Jones Because—Perry Como Tell Me i Story—Sammy Laroo Laroo Lilli Bolero —Perry Como Betty Blue—I.ouis Prima Suite No. 8—Artie Shaw Beautiful Ohiu—Al Goodman ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY J. \V. Adams, iYIgr. 206 W. Main Phone 2071 Get the New Look Ut Us EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING Fitzpatrick Jeweler* Blytheville, Ark. v,ontinunus Shows Every Hay Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 10 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4;30 p. Last Time Today Cass Timberlane with Sjienrer Tracy nnrl T.ana Turner Selecled Short Subjerts Continuous Showing Every Day ... „.„,.. ""' Pat Clllm "" .11. *'" to the Bantist, Convention which the llf ™ c ° r Mrs - Geor S c Edring- Is being held In Memphis. ' "" ton yesterday afternoon. Other hostesses were Mrs. C. V. Horn, Family Reunion Held At I. W. Lyerly Home en Mrs. M, A. Isaacs enter- hns accepted « coaching position. • Utned members of the La Ncuvej 1 " ilc dining table was centered 'Club and six guests, Miss Molly, with a striking arrangement of red lOuird, Mrs. John McDonald, Mrs. roses in a crystal bowl anil the 4 james Guard, Mrs. Dale Briggs.l glfts were j, rnv ,, gc( | around It. ^un^ t*h ^rTm *"? w" ! t j eely j ot -her boiiquets of early Summer . centered with an arrangement of A family reunion sva.s hrld at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Lyerly n Kelscr Sunday. Dinner was served al the dining table ami small tables, which were .Guard won high score and Miss! During the evening, various party Mary Adah Robinson, second high.; games and contests were played Mrs. White was presented a eifti with prizes being won by Mrs. :lrom the hostess. j Billie Marshall and Mrs. Waden- Altractive arrangements of Spring! phful • flowers in mixed shades were used to decorate the home. i Refreshments were served by the hostess. A dessert course with teed drinks were served by the hostesses. WOODS Drug Store Phone 507 Dell Methodist W.S.C.S. Meets with Mrs. Brownlee The Women's Society of Christian Service of (lie Dell Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. F. Brownlee Sr. Mr.s. Mavis Settlcmlre. gave the devotional, iviilch was based on the Lord's prayer. Mrs R. G. Edwards Ircl the sUlcly course on the [ourth chapter of liie Mission Study Book, ', "Committed Unto Us." | During the business meeting the orsani7.ition decided to observe Womrn's Poclety Day in the church \vilh a model meeting i which will he held May 23. Mrs. ; ! Scttlemlrc closed the business scs- j on with prayer. \ The hostess, asisted by Mrs. La- | ,ar Wilbcuiin. .--crved refreshments I i to tlie mo:nbcrs including one new I member, Mr.s. Helen Sanders. Miss Yales Is Elected Beta Sigma Phi Treasurer Miss Eloise Yales was Installed as treasurer of Beta Sipma phi at their final business meeting, for the summer held in the Beta Sigma Phi room al the City Hall last night. 221 IV. Main Other ofliccrs for Beta SiRma Phi were installed at a Pounders mixed Spring flowers. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Elmer G. Crawford nnti son. Jimmie. and Mrs. A. O. Crawford ol Blytheville. Miss Ellen Lyerly and Mr. and Mrs. E. Melster and sou. Herman, of Harrlsburg, Mr. and Mrs. McKinley Turner and children. Nell and James Fred, and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Lyerly, all of Kci- scr. and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mitchell of Caraway. Mrs. Edrington Speaks To Progressive Club OECEOLA. Avk.. May 10 — Mr.- John W. Edrineton vv.'s Fpeakor when the Junior Progre;- five Club met at the Coinnuinit.v Home Monc'py ni~!it. She chose for her topic "Fine Aits." Mrs. Vcinon Aston, president, conducted the business meeting t,v which time plans were made to compile and publish a club cook book. Following the business meeting, an election of officers was hel.1 witii Mr.s. A.;ton being rc-clecl?il ' as president; Mrs. Emmitt Wilson, vice-president: Mrs. Ambrose Teaford, recording secretary; Miss Adelle Hook, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Pat Kinard, treasurer. Guests who attended were Betty Jean Moore. Miss Helen Wells and Miss Jv;:ie Welborn of Kansus City, Mo. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Billy Ayrc.s. Mrs, Jimmy Ei 1 - wln, Mrs. J- Karlstield. Mrs. Mar • Alt, Mrs. D. E. Young. Mr.s. A. A. :Adfvms, Mrs. John Allen. Mr.s, Dixie Wood.s. Miss Emily Mason and Mrs. Darrel Crar.c. Da.v Banquet April 29. Miss Yatcs succeeds Miss Eutopia Whitworth Thursday & Friday • Cuprum i ~ from CHSTIIC TICHNICOLOR ^TYRONE , POWER 2o< We are pleased to announce that John McDowell has pur- chased an interest in our store and will be actively associated with us during most of the year. Woods Drug Siore COMINGTOTHERITZ MAY 23-24 REVIVAL Sinner .lamn Winstrail Kvamrlist K.ilwari) Kellry Gateway Tabernacle, Blytheville 22(1 Howard SI. Prldr Addltlun Beginning tonight - through Ma Children's Seryice 6:30 Young People's Service .. 7:00 Evangelistic Service .... 7:45 Social Gosoel Songs and Music PAT O'ERYANT Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing Ever/ D&7 Box Office Opens 6:3* Show Starts fi:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts Continuous Shows Sat A Sl ' Bargain Night ETery Night Except Saturday ] No passes honored on Sand*; Roxy Theatre Last Time Today IHHIBLK FEATURE Undercover Ma isle with Ann Sothrrn &. Gwirge Mnrphj \vtth Bctle Davis and Paul HcnreiA Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE A GODDESS OF TIME 1! Jew* NEW EASY TERMS PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER Main ot Second Phon* 3261 Suddenly IfS Spring Paulette Goddart) Fred MacMurray .

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