The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1948 · Page 2
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r-?AG* Four (AUK.) COURIER NEW! Society - ; ' •''"• '' ' * 4461 Mia Thomas Is Wed to- Aitbn W. McCann :In, an impressive ceremony tole- midiijd Sunday at the Fifst Baptist Cnurch'in Osceola, Mlss Billle Sue Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Thomas of Osceola, became the bride of Alton W. Mccann. ton b( Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McCann | of Canalou, Mo. • I The ; R*v. Russell J. Clubb officia- det before a chancel banked with tall buskels. of white gladioli* silhouetted against a background of ivood ' wardia trees, huckleberry and calad inm, flanked by wrought iron candelabra ' holding cathedral tnpcrs. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Oil Muslin, organist, and Mrs. V. O. Duriind of Memphis, cousin of the urldc, as vocalist. Mrs. Durand's numbers Included "Because," I "Love Tliee", and "Oh Promise Me." The bride, given In marriage by her father wore a white chan- tllly lace gown fashioned with a fitted bodice autl mousxeline tie sola yoke appliqucd to Hie bodice In lace design. The dill skirt ended in a short train. Slie wore match-! Ing lace gauntlets and her tieml veil fell from a Mary Stuart lialo of shirred illusion held at each side with clusters ol penrllzed orange blossoms. She carried a white Bible topped *ith i valley ribbons. Mlss Inez Henderson, Recent Bride Announcement is made today of the marriage of Mrs. Martha Baker Graves, formerly of Blytheville and Aberdeen, Mlss., daughter of Mrs. sne carried, a white uible topped J - w - Baker ot Aberdeen, to John with a white orchid showered with | Ml" 0 " Thornton, so:; of Mr. and valley lilies and streamers of satin ; Mrs H - M - Thornton of Hot -••-• [Springs. ' ....« ...^,. ..v,.,^. ou .., who was! The wedding was solemnized Mny maid of honor chose a yellow Us- j 8 nt the Oranrt Avenue Methodist sue taffeta gown featuring a por- J parsonage, with the Rev. S. J. trait neckline with a tight bodice and a full gathered skirt worn over hoops. She carried an arm bouquet Bnugh, pastor, officiating. Only the immediate einony. family atteudcd,the cer- / Baptist W. M. U. Meet* In Circles For Program Gosnell Honor Students Tommy Bylverter haj arrived home to spend the Summer month* i , i J* P* fenii ' Mr. and Mrs. Ral. I The Women's Missionary Union B Sylvester. He attended school! of the First Baptist Church met!, . ailsa » Stiue College, Jones-' In circle groups yesterday. • ' Mrs C. w. Wilson and daughter, •"•>, ol Wa.«hineioji, D. c.. arrived . Circle One met at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westbrook with eight . . members present. Opening prayer wan given by Mrs. Pearl Hires and Mrs. C. S, I^mon taught the lesson and gave the closing prayer. , . ., by plane yesterday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W H Northern of stcele, Mo., and Miss Katliryn Thompson of Blytheville Mrs, C. W. Affllck was hostess to Circle Two with 10 members attending. Mrs, E. C. Brown opened ~<-" oan &i>u C/UIIH nies spent' the meeting with prayer and the : tlie weekend in Memphis an guest ' lesson was given by Mrs, Charles of Dr. Mary Davis Mlss Mary Louise Hauser of Mr. Wilson will join her here later. DM, Carl and Edna NIes spent i Ray Newcomb. The irroup was ells- missed with prayer by Mrs. E. P. Memphis. Is spending several days Young Muticion Writes for College Publication T I i rr J r , Moor * > son of M'. and Mr.. h ,',, '• 317 Mtln str "'. B iy- thevllle, who recently appeared in a piano recital ,t Arkansas State Colege, In Jonesboro, also it the author of a recent article in the State College Herald in which he discussed the merlu 0 / mechanics U ' e " fc TUESDAr, MAY 25, 1948 , . ANNOUNCIMINT A meeting of the Lange Parent- Teacher Association has been called^ for 3 (i, m . tomorrow at tlu school, it was announced today by I Mrs. alenn Ladd. president. Sij« said that a special invitation has ! been extended to mothers who will 1 have pupils entering the first I grade next Pall. , '"«"- Mrs. Mona Hue Urlssom (right), daughter of Mr. and MM. Robert I as valedictorian ot the senior class ; ry Edna Swain, daughter of Mr and „. . „,. I lier e as guest of Mrs. Willie Mary Circle Three met at the home of j Fox. Mm. Theodore Ixjxan with nine | Paul Johnson of St Louis. Mo members and one visitor, Mrs. J.j wa« the weekend Juest ot his moth" given by Mr«. H. H. Brooks and J brother, w.| W. Goodrich. Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. The lesson Mrs. J. w. -Strickland and son ' "' "" ">•"""• "."" "" Ba BIi "-y ^na swain, daughter of Mr and K* taught by Mrs. Lloyd Stick- Gene Strickland, and Mrs. Strlck- Mls ' Ell « llil Swam of Yarbro, saliitalorlr.n, It was announced today by lon ' land were In Jonesboro Sunday, i Supr-iiniendenl F. K. Lucius. Mrs. J. O. Barnes was hostess where they attended the wedding to Circle Pour with Five members'"' their niece and cousin, Mlss present, i'rnyer wns, given by Mrs. I Polly Davis. Shelburne Brewer. j Mr. and Mis. LouLs Trowbrldgc Mrs. Walter IJlsliop was hostess 1 0( at - Louis, are the parents of a to Circle Five with 10 members 1 '"" ' ».--•-.• t_ , ,. . ft '" he sald m «« • - »lth mechanical ,h , d<Ve ' OI>Wi - T 11 ' corelatlon of the two will develop, an artist." He cautioned ugalnst trying to segregate these tools for development of musical talent. H. urged "diligent drill lor cl«r- ty of tone; concentration on rhythmical patterns, and proper exertion of music dynamics for the development of a good musician." Overnight Party It Held At Girl Scout Littlt House Coming Events Social Calendar attending. Prayers were offered by Mrs. J, W. Portlock ami Mrs. El>b Carson. Mrs. Charles Penn i • jht the lesson. Circle Six met In the home'of Mrs. Harry Bognn with 11 members born Sunday In a hospital there. TVieir IrSrd son, he has been named Robert TrowbriiiBe. Trowbrldge Is the former Summer Round-Up Held For Pre-School Children Thirty-five school ace children Methodist Circlet Meet In Hornet for Program OSCEOLA. Ark., May 25.—The , n " mber » of Girl Scout > • 5 ot the Ian " e Sc' 1001 I their leader, Mrs. Coady Eaton and two senior Girl Scouts, June htlres and Mary Jo e Eaton, spent Saturday night in the Scouts little House at Walker Park. • fallowing supper, the group played various games and contests, and pictures were taken during the ev- lionnle Jean Buchanan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan of here. ucv.i . ' '"*j ««Tt. atuk^'i *ibe i:iuiuiiMi , v^u\vi»_*i-,f>, rtiit., Mav ^o. ^rie Mrs. I went through iho Sndbury Summer [ Women's Society of Christian Serv- Mlssj Hound-Up i Saturday at the Courl j ' c e of the First Methodist Church present. Mis. R. a. Cash and Mrs, I. Ben Abbott led the group In prayers. I J;, 5 ' The devotional was given by Mrs. i"" M. C. Outlaw and the lesson , was House. 'IViis round-up was (or school asje children who will cmer Sudbury _ taught by Mrs. C. M. Smart. Junior High Girls of golden rapture roses'and blue I The bride wore a two piece while ' 14-"' "l"j"7 I* " B " rT'"" >w rlb-isult with white and gold acce.worles. ' nOnOred at Lawn Tarty delphiniums tied with yello bons and she wore a matching j she corsage in her hair. Tapers were lighted by Misses Laura Lou and Catherine Pope, who wore Identical dresses of green pinned sn orchid corsage at her shoulder- Mrs. Thornton Is a Melballpe lory, Elolse Maland Beverly taffeta . with drop shoulders ami full skirts. Their hendresses were cresent -arrangements of Plnoc-'four chio roses and pink feathered carnations -with rriallne. i*mi. iiiuiniuE] is R • Lrailunie or . •—^ ^.^,tiij, Aberdeen Hl B h School nnd Blvthc- , "i*'', 10 are members of the Jun- vllle Training School for Nurses. ! lor , 8 , n . ^ractuatlng class were Lieutenant H.N. Moore ami /«m- ^ ^, ' ^"t Se e.nber y have been transferred to the „ , l &c P lemoer 1 Vaccinations and diphtheria ihois were given by Dr. John El- Naval Air ville. Flu.. Station Moore Jackson was fonnely stationed in Washington. D. C. Mr. and Mrs, H. B. Wright Hlld . McCaiin of Canalou, served his brother as best man and ushers were Joe , Thomas and Freddy Mr. Thornton is a. "graduate of e " esl » nf llo " or yesterday at a lawn Hot Springs JJIgh School. He served ll'» r jyw»".'"embers of the Inter- ff\ur vnnr* [i^ t\\ti A..,n.. ,<.,-i..™ ' meciiatR years In the Army during World War II and I,s now a partner 111 business with (he 'lliortiton Vc- netian Blind manufacturing com- «v»t uu*; v mulling HUH rrcnuy - Following tile ceremony, the cou- Banlster of' Osceola, Dwnne Bur-1 pic Icft^on a.iv.eddlng trip lo Mls- dlck i of Jonesboro, '»nd Jimmy: slssippl, Tennessee and'Arkansas. Jenkloa at Black Oak Art" . I '-- --~rr — Jenkloa : ot Black Oak, Ark.' After--* short .wedding trip SI. Louis, the' couple, will m...,^ their home in Jonesboro, where the bridegroom will graduate from Arkansas state College In August. The bride wore for travelling, a brown'and'white Russian cord ! p'""\ lcl>: " suit with brown and white accessories. Sh«.pinned, an orchid at her shoulder. , I put. of town guests attending I B t 0 ! i wi;n: aisu Hi make Ml'S W E Wade Honored i be " re th w- nOnOrea During th Auxiliary given at the home of Mrs. SlicllJiinie Brewer, sponsor, other guests included tivo new members of the auxiliary, Freda Smith and Doris Stone anil one visitor, Mrs. R. E. Vanllooser. As the guests of honor arrived they were presented a corsage of sweetpeas In ... were also pastel shades. They a gUt by the niem- Mrs. W. L. Wages had as their weekend guests, their niece Miss Ix>uclla Evcretis ot Memphis.They spent Sunday In Marie, Ark., where they visited relatives. I wl "'<Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore sepnl the weekend in Greenwood, Mlss., guests of their s6n. Hal Moore and family. Mr. Moore and family had been living in Tulluiah. La., until recently when they moved to Greenwood, Miss., He Is connected with the Chicago Mill there. met In Circle groups yesterday i Circle One met In the home rif Mrs. Darrel Crane with Mrs. R. W Geldreich and Mrs. Mnx Stewart as co-hostesses. There were 17 me'mbers present. Mrs. Joe Rhodes Sr. gave the devotional and Mrs. Bryan Hendon, chairman, presided during a brief business session. Circle Two met in the home of Mrs. Myron Nailling with eleven members attending. Co-hostesses liott.. who was' the physician — charge, and Miss Annabel Pill and Mri. E. O. Ambrose, nurses at the Health Unit, awisled him. Mrs. Jimmy Fxlwards, Mrs. L,. s. Harlzog, Mr;. Sam Oivctis. Mrs. M. S. Erl- »,„.-„ V ir= D W"" "" •""'"••"" w^. and Mrs. Tim Estes a,o ... ^. "^ ^m™ and ^s. „, ' . t 8nve " 1e devotional using as her The final check-up will be held I topic "Cultivating the Inner I ii> '• l-S'' beI01 ' e tt>e MMl ' m £"• a."!?." Ab ^ I""""! Curing Meeting B, H. I. M. Club meeting at th* home of Mr,. Paul Chambers Avalon Bunco Club being enter- tsined at the home of Mrs Bill Gilbov,-, Town and Country Club meetini at the home of Mrs. S. C. Rose Thursday ipbcaii Sunday-school class of » Baptist Church will me ,t at the home of Mrs. Robert Weedman at 7:00 p. m Thursday Rouk 'club meeting at the home of Mrs. Harold Henson lor a 1 o'clock luncheon Thursday Night Club members being entertained at the home of Mrs. H. R. Aiken. Octette Club members meeting »t the home of Mrs. James Hill Jr. Thursday Luncheon Club heini I entertained at the home of Mrs Byron Morse. Civic Calendar Wednesday Klwanls Club. Hotel Noble— p.m. Lunge PTA Executive Boar —2:30 p.m. followed by FFA meeting— 3:30 p.m. l'W ar3 Order or the Eastern Star will -------meet tonight at the hall at f. o'clock for a short study period and business meeting. ATHLETES FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. ' IN ON! HOUR, A? SS*..'"*!"?- TOUT We ;; .-Mu'MORY'^^'ffS.T^r KIrby Brothers Drug Co. icl ' 001 Informal Party Given Honoring Senior Girls Twenty (ncnibei-K senior of the girls who were home economics With Pot-Luck Supper • • • mcs e afternoon, games were ! cl»we» of Blytheville High School At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismiwcff: Mrs- Vcriron Sawyer and. baby citv. Mrs. Matt Scruggs, city. M. R. Griffin, Dell. Mrs. w. E. Wade, who is a fifth I ler which at Sndbury School. - honored with a surprise pot ;k supper last ilipht at the home Mrs. A. H. Jones on Kentucky •cet. " & .,.v. (i i kui ILUUJI, ^IIJLICS WKIC;^^^^"" "i i*'jviit*nn; nigu Dtdoni played under the direction of Ellz- j ""s yenr. were honored yesterday abeth and Barbara Vanliooscr, af- when Mrs- A. E. Caklwell, one of. the instructors, complimented them , at the home economics cottage with an Informal afternoon party. < The table from which assortert party foods and Iced drinks were — — were arranged throughout home for the occasion. The hostess served refreshments.' meeting " "-J f'.-.l'lO'U UUI1I1K the business meeting and Mrs. Bruce Colbert had charge ol the recreational period. Mrs. J. L. Giascoe was hostess to eleven members of Circle Three with Mrs. Elliot Sartain as co-hostess I The devotional wns given by Mrs i Harry Jones and Mrs. Eugene Shaneyfclt. chairman, was in charge of the business. Mrs. E. H. Burns .. j nnd Mrs. Tnl Tongnte directed the the panics during the social hour. Refreshments were served at each t wciner roa-st WHS held. McGregor Engaged Estlon Clair Pippin lace Mr. and Mrs. Alvle McGregor to- ' cloth and centered with a striki This surprise supper was given and Mrs. D. ppske of Matthews, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Opal McCann of.Cooler, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Glover Yales of Wilson, and Mr. aii'ri Mrs. V. O. Durand and Cecil Overlurl of Memphis. • • • Officers Are Elected For Episcopal Guilds Mrs. Wade wns presented with a table lamp by the mothers In token of ihcir npurccintum tor ihe work 5)10 tins done toward educating their children. Mrs. Jones wns assisted in servins Mrs. J. D McDowell was 'hostess by ll0 '' Uv " tla "K |llc '-' ; > >ml fj ve fifth yesterday afternoon at her "home c *' aiic 1 HI P' |S including. Putty Ucnn lo members of the newly organised if 1 '' 8 ! 11 ' D * ! ™' cs A '""" 5 >, AIIa " attembdn guild of - St Slenhen's' Shnnks ' N °>'>*rt Blankcnship an.l , „.,,. ',.-- „ „ i Kelly JOIIM. by Mrs. George Shanks, high. Mrs. Clifford Watkins, low and Mrs. Cleo Pope, bunco. cinnlzed on June 20. will nounced at a later date, from S D.v,h C e°mr r H lB h n q h 8 ™," 1 ^' I " st «''^"'» Services were held cliv ».hcrJ «h i yesterday for the new officers of P T A Plnh E « (r , cas " rer of the 'he Woman's council of the First LP^ S'ti.*? £ ^^ 2^^^^ ""' USt " New olficers arc Mrs. C. A. Tant, president; Mrs. A. R. Wetenk.imp, vice-president; Mrs. John W. Mc- Hnney. treasurer; Mrs. Oeorge Bnr- lialn, literature secretary and Mrs, Richard Dcdinan, world-call secre- pany. Mr. Pippi,, graduated Pctcrsburg Hi[;li s, for three years I Marines. He l.s nt (he Cnimts Appllll Petersburg. from St. and the Merchant employed by ; Store In St. Guests attending other than the i guest of liouor anrt she mothers I were, Miss Carolyn Wnde and Mrs. ' ! Paul Human. Episcopal church, and Mrs. O. O Hardaway entertained members of the night guild at her home last night. As this was the first meeting of, Ihe groups since their organization I officers were elected, with Mrs. Me- j n -. ,. .„. , ,, Dowe'l named as chairman of the DaptlSt Y. W. A Meets afternoon guild and Mrs. John F. \v/-,i M r V ' T Field, secretary and trensmer Mrs. "uh IVlVS. L. L. JollIlSOn Dick J. White, program chairman; „, , „ and Mrs. Fred S Saliba, devotional' ^ Ilc ^ mlll 8 Women's Auxiliary i, chairman. ' j of the First. Baptist Church met Mrs. Frank Gieer will serve as ""' llomc « f Mrs. c. E. John- 1 " 1 ™-- of tlie night group, w!iii' so " lllsl ••'"" Lake Street W. S. C. S. hks Meeting at Church tary. Preceriiuft the services, a luncheon wn.s helri in the social rooms of the church. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs" R. L. Craf.on. roliring president, presided during, a brief businefs session, after which the devotional was given by Mrs. Bar- ' ham. I p, wi Miss Josephine Shiblcy, secretary] Mrs - Much . , .^ uiiiuiv_-j , OI;LI ciuiy and treasurer: Mrs. Lcroy Huddle- slon, program chairman, and Mrs. Ella Fame, devotional chairman. A program on the subject "United ' '•"^ Thank Offering" was presented at ' the night meeting by Mrs. Huddle-' ston, p.nd the opening ai,d closing| pravers^erelcd by Mrs. s. ^ Both hostesses served refresh-! ments during the soci.-ii hour. i Carson taught The Woman's Society of ChrlstiBii Dedmnn. : Service of the Lake Street Metho- ilrs - Rupert riist Church met yesterday allcr- I noon nt the church with two visitors, Mrs. Lncey Gordon and Mrs W. L. Tnmke. nttcndlng. .Mrs. Iver.son Morris gnve the last chapter of the study book on "Evan- M,',-o I gclism" nnd her devotional was luls;> .ken from John 17. • To G F 0 Clnh A solo "Keep On Believing" »•„.,, ' ° ^' Ll U ' U1UD> simi! by Mrs. Gordon nntl Mrs. i Mi«s Atm Crook wns n guest last thlrd nlltl fourth chaplers of mission sluily hook. the . George Crews led In prayer. n i 8 |,i when Mi.vi Dorothy Jean' Whom Given." nnrt study the meeting is.sed with prav(>r Rcrrcshments were served by the following wns dis- the! Mrs - Gcci-gc stllwcll presided ov- Hi se hison cutcrlained members of er Ihn brief business session during the G. E. O. Bridge Club at her winch old antl new business was hcnnp discussed. The meeting was closed_by the group singing ••Tlles.scd Be The Tie That Bind*" and repeating the Lord's prayer in unison. TICK-TfilK! If thtrt it life in your old watch, we'll pul it back in lh« running wilh guaranteed factory " workmonihip, promptly ond economically. BPfBI UJfllCH. KPftH *( MMlMt (Ml Fitxpatrkk Jcwcltn Ark. During the evening n-hrn bridge games were played. Mi.-s Crook won hlgli and Miss Ann Whitlington. bridgo. | Bouquets of pink ami red roses Af Kirby's Three Stores Picnic Jugs 1 Gaf. $2.95 with Spout $3.49 ^r/vi \jycfrK 'GoWi»* SUN XPOSE SUNTAN LOTION GLASSES 2.«^n« <>Q C M-;'"""" 111 llyl« ... * ELECTRIC *-i«. FAN 42! U-Loppioved It's New Shampoo Spray 1.25 to 2.00 1NSKCTQ*UTK ll's New A D.D.T. vShade-snaps on nny light s loh«. r° .?•"'?>'— no P««'der—no muss—no ,° XT ' s molhs — 5 ns«c»s—silver fish *Ic. Not poisonous lo humans or pels. Good for one season. Irleal f or ^ TcheK d • Evening in Paris Bath Powder and Cologne Both for $1.3 5 Fitch Shampoo with Shower Spray ft Both $1.19 97£ Cotton Bait Souvenirs of Blytheville -Z. 2Sc «. 49c - 2.00 -$1.50 leris Hair Tonic Offer - 76c ICE CREAM Pints Vanifa 25e Flayers at SERSIBLE PRICES DIAMOND PAIR Sparkling diar mant ring ... matched w*d- ding band. 'S7' •UCKKT THMf 6 DIAMOND DUO 1 blazing rfto- mondt in both • «litaif« and wvdding ring. 135 M IUOCIT TBTMI m\ mm TERMS 10 DIAMOND DUETTE Soliloir* and wvdding ri ng • ach boot! S iporkling diamond«. 182* 1 tUDGCT THM< 10 DIAMOND SET In each ring S diamonds of «x- qUflit* bcaufy. tUOCCT TUMt Fifzpalrick Jewelers Phone 2728 Blytherill. Stores in Memphis, Osceo/o, Paragould, Sikeston Get the New Look EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING •Automatic Washer "/ ^untinuuus Shows Every Day Box Office Op«nB ] :4S Show Starts 2-.W LISTEN TO KLCN And *i« "Liv»-Wot»r*' action if r«olly morvelooil Jmt put in clothes and loop, ief tfw dial and forget it. • Waiher fill« and •mpfici autotnoticalf/. • WaiheiSlbf. of cloth* « in !•»» than a half-hour. • They're spun damp dry. • They're cleaner, \vhiter. • Hands never touch waltr. • S«« a demonstration ! •crfwl dtlntrf. Tuesday and Wednesd«r Selected Short ConCinunu-i Showing Box Offlce Opens *:>» Show SUrte «:4S Openi Sunday 1:N; SturU 1:1J Continuous Shows Sit. A 8»n. Bargain Night E«erj Nljht Except Satnrdjiy N« passes honorert »n Sunday a4 KOTJ Theatre Tuesday anrl Wednesdar DOUBLr; K«trk IRONt* r, fq«f%r, «aii*r Troninp. CLOTHIS DRTIR tar ^m'cfc^ •wtowolk dryin ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. A Complete Sfrvloe l>ep(. In Connfclio J. W. ADAMS, MRT. 206-08 West Main Phone 2071 .SH»AII. ^ UU't MA»IK Ginqer ROGERS NIVEN PtGCY WOOD • HOSACE McNALLY ROSES! H. BARRAf C9MMINU •fl** UCIIAN UNitm Mrsrs

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