The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 31, 1948
Page 5
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MONDAY, MAY.31, 1948 Society, ^ Bmmvn.i,K (ARK.) COURIER NKWS Phone riBl To Be June Bride Wright Engaged 'To W. 0. Geurin Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Percy A. Wright today announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Wright, to W. O. Geurin Jr., son' of Mr. and Mrs, w. O. Geurin Sr. Plani for the wedding to be solemnized June 18 at the First Presbyterian Church, will be announced «t a later date. ° Miss Wright was graduated from' Slythevllle High School where 6lw' participated In major school activities. Mr. Oeurin was graduated from Blytheville High School and served three and one half years with the United Stales Army. He Is now employed by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company here. * • • Mrs. Marie Mayo Ahlf Is Wed to Walter Davis Mrs. Marl« Mayo Ahlf, daughter i of Mr. and .Mrs. M. L. Mayo of' j|psceols, became the bride of Walter s. Davis, son of R. A. Davis Sr,, of Newport, and the laic Mrs. Davis, in a ceremony solemnized yesterday afternoon al the First Methodist Church at 2:30 o'clock. The Rev. H. L. Robison, pastor of I the West Blytheville Parish oflicl-1 »tcd it the rites in the presence of I Intimate friends and relatives- | Miss Marjorie Mayo of Osceola, served her sister as maid of honor I and R. A. Davis jr., brother of the bridegroom, was best man. ' The couple will make their home I in Mariamia, where Mr. Davis will' be assistant coach ot the Mamnna football team next year. Fowlston Music School To Present Two Recitals mpn i tonight and tomorrow night »t the SQn of Mr - ancl Ml ' Sl w - °- <J curi " Sr., high school auditorium. The Rhythm Class, who are the', beginners, and Intermediates in I Mr. a;id Mrs. Percy A. Wright. !»>«•«'»'«'>'• '° W- O. Oeurin Jr., is announced today by her parents U1I.CI (UCUIHIPS In '»«' i:3o tonight ' ' wl " perform at Miss Joyner Is Honored The students in the Rhythm'With Luncheon. Shower Hnhpne' Ue r- C! " 01 , I . I . ubcner ' Bca "; Miss Sara Grnce Joyner. who will WalK MiVh^L'i ni-n'™"' stcven i become (lie bride of Jack McPhail Newcomb Rf,ln i P f', """^ ' C " esn " t of Vcro Bracl >- &»•• J"»<= t Pattv^wlsJon B. , FoWlSton « nc! i 9 at "'« R«l Presbyterian Church tfrr,i.rii.i n . '• ""Binners and in-!), e i e . was again complimented. Snt- 'M™hi Ell,n P w^| and ™' M .f e -urday when Mr*. Hcnnon Carl Ion S€>HS, ~, ''•-"»-s ^t,= i^B,^hrS >S ^~F hen *"°" e " nt "" Blankenship, La Neal Sudbury ,,, he J "' lchcori »'»« «" 1<! < 1 *<• »« JiumtU Ferguson, Ev^Lee Graves I i'T 8 """" ' ab ' e> * Mch ™ d ™ " Patsy Caldweli. Marv- Ann T n mn- cen * er . - pl ? ce a!1 "rrangmerrt of Patsy Caldweli. Mary .Ann Tomp- kirts, Ruth Johnston, Pat Holder Pat Partlow, Milly Ann Bradley, Kelley Jones, Tom Holder, Jimmy Callliian, Marie Lucius. Martha Ann Poster, Anna Louise Handley, Kny Jobe, Sue Jobe, Betty Lee Garrott, Emily Sue Damon, Nan Miller. Delores Ann Adams, Gall \Vhltsitt, Earl Coppedge and Oliver Coppedge Jr. Tomorrow night at » o'clock, the following piano and voice pupils will be presented: Martha Brooks., Patsy Pope, Doris Pope, Patty '• sorted fruiU ami vegetables in vivid colors. The placccnrrts carried out the samV theme as did tile oilier deco- Two From Blythevillt Begin Red Cross Course I Robert L. Crafton and Nancy ' Ann Shivley left Blytlievillc today ; to attend Ihe Junior Red Cross : Leadership Training Camp st clear Fork i n Crystal swings, Ark., near i Hot Springs. | The camp, which is held anminl- , ly to iratn junior Red Cross mem- jbers for active leadership in the | next, years' activities Ls scheduled to begin tomorrow and will last through June 11. ! The expenses of the two going I from Blytheville are paid by the : Chickasawba District of the Amer. lean Ked Cross. rations of the home. During the aftc » when con- Harp and Mrs. Glen Cook won prizes. Miss Joyuer for the occasion' a brown and white printed skirt with a white pique blouse. Her accessories were in brown and white. 'Miss Mosley Graduates \ From Nurse's Training I Miss Mary {Catherine Mosley. | daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester I .\fa-iley of BlyUievilie has completed her nurse's training at the I .Methodist, Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Mosley and son Russell and his daughter, Paula, attended the commencement exercises Friday night at the Madison High Methodist Church. Patsy .Chitwood, Pat Hny, Murray Smart. Mary Mlchle, Nancy Hamilton, Sue McGee, Peggy McMulllns, when they entertained members of Vocation Bible School the 1948 graduating class immc- The Vacation Bible School of the diately following commencement ex-'First, Baptist Church opened today uring the 1917-48 term. The stud- j Brythcivi"ii the schlarship krrota H. tor only one year. He i • » • Piano Student* Present Recital In Music Room Mrs. Karl Wadenpfuhl presented her piano students in a recital yesterday afternoon at s o'clock, In the music room of -the high Mhool gymnasium. Students who participated and their selections Included. "The Bouncing Ball" and "Lightly Row" i ly schools. Miss Prances and Miss Betty Boyd. class The dining table, from which par- -j sandwiches and Iced drinks were ! served, was covered with a. while cut-woik linen cloth and centered I with a striking arrangement of I sweetpeas and roses in pastel shades ! Other vases of Summer flowers were jused to decorate the home. [ The hostesses were assisted In i serving by their mothers, Mrs Garth ClHStho Mrs. J. T. Westbroolc »nd Mrs. E. c. pieeman. oflJ7 Includ'- intcrniedialra and two and one half hours ead, day for beginners and primaries. Extra Ply Tire Offers You 25% Bonus non'l JufTKte with Mfety! N or - »alk 5-ply Tires (.Her yon 25% more safcfy^-bcrause NorKalk gives you a full e \tn ply! Othtr (ires are only 4-ply. 25rj anptr rubber tread urea In Norwalk 5-ply Tires 25<-e srealer protection on slippery roads or sharp curves 25^ marf rratfc , lion against puncdires or btnw- ouls. Compare lonser-uearinK Norwalk S-ply Tir« with any <-ply lire. Sir for vourseir how Norwalk gives you 25Tc more viluc. Special: A 4-ply 600-1R Tire-Si 1.50 plus lax. Liberal Trade-in 0. K. Rubber Welders Norffi Sixth Street R. H. Godsey Phone 3762 It's tht loveliest p»tt«rn ev«r! I Come set it) I Open an Account DREIFLS rcl llrRiliis ln.1l! I Bits of News ' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Oxford »ml Mrs. Olis Bcuslcy ul TMTC Hatile, Intl., are .siieiullni; » W iTk here «s nuesls of Mr. Oxford's niu- enlJ. Mr. and Mrs, James Oxford, Mrs. T. L). Hnlclier anil Sllnuni Tillniau vlsileil friends yostcritny In ByersbuiK, Trimble and Union Cily Teiui. Miss Mary Ann Parks li«i arrived home from Southern S«mlnmy, Bucuii Vibln, Va., lo spend 1)10 Sinn- mcr here wlili her iwrents, Mr. »nd Mrs. Max Parka. Thomas Bell who «llencls Southwestern University, Memphis, ha! iinived to sjiend the Summer mouths here with his parent*, Mr. and Mrs. T, A. Bell, Miss Mary Ann Smith and Miss Nancy Partlow Ma Vl , arrived home from Texas State College for Women. Dcnton, to spend the Summer her* with their parents. Mrs. Anne Smith and Mr. and Mr« H o Ptrllow. *Mr. mid Mrs. Henry Dodd returned io .loneslwro yesterday where Mr Uorld will altend the Qrsl Bummer' term at Arkansas stale Collccc They had spent the imst two weeks here with Mrs. Coders pareuls Mr nncl Mrs. W. O. Reeves, Miss Julia Rwink left last ulght for Knoxville, Tciin.. where slie will visit with friends and nlso allenrt Ihe graduation cxcrtises of a (or- mcr classmale at Onk Ridge High School. Before returning; home she will visit in OalllnbiirB. Mrs. Hermon Carllon sr,. of Lake Village, Ark,, spent lust week her* RS guest of her son, Hermon Carl- Ion anrt lamily. Slit will sgienrt this week In Biirdelle visiting relatives. Tommy Coppedje of Clnrksclale,, formerly of Blylheville, soeiit the weekend here visiting friends. Mrs. H. H. Houchln.s left tliis morning for Hot Springs, Ark wliere ih< will take • course of biths. Leo Ociiiiliig of Helena j|)enl Hie weekend here as uucsl of his sons, Let>!) anrt W. R. Oennlntt and families. He wns actomjjBnled home yesterday by Mr. and MM. W. R. Denning and children *nd Barbara Oenning. Randall Hunks left today lo attend th* Simmicr term al Hwulrix College In Conway. He was motored down by his niolher, Mrs. Bertie Hawks and Miss Jva Seay. J. E. Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hiirrlsoi), left today lor Arkansas State CoMcse. Joncsboro. where he will attend Ihe Slimmer term. He plfuis • to attonil the University oi Arkansas, Payctteville, this fall. Coming Events Sociol Calendar Trl-Town club \if',g enlerlaliied al the homn of Mrs. Worth D Holder. Tuesday BrlriRe Club mrmlwrs meeting at the ) lc , 1!e „, Mr ,. l)a .,, le Henderson, B. H. I. M. Cluli member* betna *nlerl«lned «l |)i« honn of Mrs 1-eon Scherer. Octelle Club mceliiiB at Ihe home of Mrs. M. N. Nimn, 'l'hnr«lay Contract Club members ineellng at (he hom« of Mm P. D, Poster. Thursday Luncheon Cluli brluu enlerlnlned «t the home of Mrs Russell PhlllliM, Thursday Rook Club member,! meeting at the home of Mrs. T W Ooforlh. Thiii-sdajr Night Club niemlwrs beint entertained at tht horn, of Mr*. W. A, Sllcknion. Child Clinic' Advisory Board to Meet Tl>« advisory board of the "Well Child Clinic" will meet tomorrow «f lei-noon at 4 o'clock at the home 01 Mrs. Monro* Grain, ion West Main Blieet. Th« Women', Guilds of lh» st Stephen! Episcopal Chure-h will be In charge ot lh« clinic Wednesday • llernoon from •/ Mil 4 o'clock at the Health Unit. Persons rtfjlrlng lransrwrtallon to Ihe clinic should contact Mr*. Frank Oreer or Mr* S. S. Patterson, C. H. c. Club mcelitig it, th« home ot Mrs. o. O. Elktns. Alpha B«(a Bunco Club beina enlcrlnined »t Hie iuimt ot Mn. Jack Marsh. Civic Caltno'ar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. Tuesday Lion's Club, Hotel Noble—12-IS p.m. American Legion Auxiliary— American Legltm—A p.m, Kin-nuns Club, ilolel Moble—H-10, \ Rotary Club, Holel Noble—ino p.m. Osceola Events Tuesday Rotary, 12HO Masonic Hall. Monthly Workers Conference of Sunday School of rirsl Baptist Church. 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Mid-Week Prayer Service Flral Baptist Church. 7:45 p.m. Methodist, choir meet. «l the home of Mrs. John W. Edrlnxlon 7:00 p.m. Tliurtday Phllalhlnn Class meeting »l the First Dngrtlsl. Church for a dinner 7:.10 p.m. Kivvanls Club, elemcnlary ichool 7:00 p.m. Ten from Missco To Attend Young Democrats' Rally Ten rleteRalc.i from Mtsslssiiml County nrr.< Miwclcd to allend the Young Democrat Rally at thb Marlon Hotel In Utl) t . nock. IVed- ne.s.iny,nl 7 p.m., A. 8, "T<«M" Harrison, Mississippi County oiialniMii, said today. Ciiibi-rnntovlai canrtlrtaLp.i win br Ina Biinsls and speakers of Ihc Youn K Democratic Clubs of Arkaii- sn». ami euch Candida!* will spfak Jlw minutes. A raiwi-lly aiirilcnn- of Mil la expected to uttend the dinner, . According lo David M. Clirrlson jirector of llw Youn K I> m0 cr»llc Club* of Arkan.Mu, tiio jmriwn* ot tnr mcelluK h | 0 bring before tlie YOUHK IJemocrals all mndldalu for governor, Coiii!tle« jei»lln B represeulntlves other than Mississippi Cmmly ar« Orcene. C..I B hi-ad. Crlltcmlcn, St I-i'Kiicls, Woodruff, Lawrence, Hoone belinjitlHii. lonan, Howard, Miller !,To } 7"" k " (T ' I'"la«lct. Oiu-Unrt; Hoi SiuiiiKS. snlltie, Jefferson Columbia, Union. Jackson, tiul'epeu- dence and oranl. Those to represent. Mississippi County Include Mr. llairlson, M»V Ih" 1 ,',' 50 ;:- I"" 11 «""•'<•««, «.«! Mar- snail ninckard of Dlythevllle M r anrt Mr., P. w . ^ llel , Mr „,,„ Mrj ; Jim Hinll, and Mr. and Mrj, M. o . Moore o[ Osceola. Legion Auxiliary Receive* $382 from Salt Mrs. N. J Hmnpiiiey, president, of (he Auxlllwy of the American l*glon announced today thai »3« 13 wa.s raised S«turd«y In the annual Sprinn Poppy D«y. Poppiei went, on sale at 9 «,m. SaUirday mornltiir to fund* to help needy veteran families Wand* A. I*e Humphrey, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Oienn Hum- |)hrey, was winner of the first prize I NOW! Three in Caruthersyillm To Attend Music Camp CARUTHER3VIU.E, Mo,. May 31 —Three Caruthcrsville High school -students liave been notified thnt they have been accepted as members of the Missouri State Music Camp, to be iielrt June 6-2C Inclusive, In Cuivre River Slate Park. They are Misses Jacqueline Roland, Ann Wilks, and Joan Douglns, nil of whom will participate in the camp chorus. The cunip U organized and ilo- vciopert by Ihe Division of Fine Arls Education of Ihe Slate Department of Education, with Jaine.-, Robertson ot th« Springfield public schools as head, assisted by a full time slaff of 12 musicians atirt »rt- is(s". Predominant program features will be in band, orchestra, chorus, art «nrf arlcrafts. : at FOUNTAINS J KverywhereJ At The Hospitals Blylhevllle UoipllaJ Dismissed: Herman Greer, city. Pete Carson, city. Bonnie Van Drlse, Wardell, Mo Mrs. Erskln Wlgley and baby, Holland, Mo. J. H. Doan, oily. Mrs. R. H. Chandler, city. Mrs. Loy Arnold and b»bj, city. Mrs. Lolj Smolhtra, Sleele.-Mo, | Mrs. H. s. Wilson and baby, city, i Mrs. Rushlon i>«vts, Luxora Mary Black. Dell, Arlc Walla Ho.plul Dismissed: Dennis Morgan. Elowah. Mrs. L. A. Crump and baby, elly. Mrs. Ted Nuually, Osceola. IJoyd Simpson, Dell. Mrs. Gilbert alass, Stcele, Mo. 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