The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 9, 1948
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I TAGB FOUR BMTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society A/euti ' Phon. 4481 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1948 Miss Betty Jean Moore Weds Eddie Joseph ..Pharo Mis» Btlty Jean Moore, daughter pt Mr. and Mrs. David Michael ', Moore of Osceoia became the bride ' of Eddie Joseph Pharo, son of Jo- ] s«ph Pharo of Birmingham, Ala., i 'and th« late Mrs. Pharo in a can- | dlelight ceremony this morning, nt JO o'clock, in the Mirror Room of : Hotel Noble. : Tin Reverand Father M. Boda- i m-il, pastor of the St. George Caln- pllc Church of Birmingham otfici- \ atetl at the double ring ceremony. ', An improvised altar decorated witn ; floor • baskets of white gladioli | against a background of palms ami ! ferns with soil glowing cathedral: papers -in candelabra of wrought I iron formed a beautiful setting for ! the wedding "party. A program of nuptial music wns . presented by Mrs. Gill Mastln of j Osceola. organist,' .Miss Mwjorio | .Mayo, also of Osceola, and Phillip | Koury of Steeli', Mo,, vocalist.';. Thair selections included "'' : ano "I Love Thee" and the tracii- itional wending marches. « ; The britte, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of white bridal satin Play Director • Bits of News \ She'll Stay Miss Geraldine Wyse Wed In Sacred Heart Church Miss Geraldln« (Jean! "Wyse of Memphis, became the bride of Hubert Rltter Haaga, son of Mrs. Aul- luir Haaga and the late Mr. Haaga Hospital, l« Improved, of Memphis, in a ceremc.ny sole- [ Mr a , 1(] Mrs Fl . ed j^^g Jr mnl/.ed yesterday at 11 o'clock at are tne parents of a daughter bom the Sacred Heart Catholic Church | Jllv , 7 at Wa , |s Hospital. Their Mra. Wilson here with Mrs', Beat's parent*, Mr. pnd Mis. P. E. Coley. She came to be with her father, who )» 111. Condition of Mrs. W. O. Blue, who has betn seriously ill at Walls in Memphis. The Rev. James Murray officiated. The bride, daughter of the late first child; the has been named Marsha Lynne. Mrs. Bo.vettB Is the former ML'a Betty Jo Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Perry Wyse, M| ., ._,_ w Adam , , m , S0|ls was given In marriage by her mi- Drallt! al)d Wcsl( , ,- elun:eri ,,.„„, cle. Dr. I. R. Johnson of Blythe- Dy^st,,,,.,,, Temii| where lni . y vis . vllle ' I lied for a week with her mother, Glowing tapern Illuminated the j M rR . Clyde Drane. aisle and the wrought-iron stands at the alter rail were filled with white stock and gladioli. Kan shaped vases filled with stock and slad- lolll surrounded the alter. A program of nuptall music was presented by Miss Margaret Dal- .Mis. Mury Margaret Frnnklh. of Memphis has arrived in Ulythcvillfc to direct -the play, "Lrivzaponpln," ! which is being sponsored by the ! Order of the Knslem Star here ! June 18. Mrs. Franklin is a dircc- i Mr. and Mrs. H. H. pjgrnon and j family of Cimithersvllle. Mo., spent the weekend here as gue-.l.i of S. P. Powell. Mr.*. Louise chapman, accompanied hy her sister, Mr.s. Louis l<eroy oi Memphis, sailed June 3 for Eur- tor (or the American Producing Co. i laslnoned with a portrait neckline and a yoke of imported illusion witn Cli^nliily lace. The fitted bodice lell into'a full skirt over traditional | . ( hoops. The full length train and i |y]]ss LoUISC Itll'nei' S skirt were festooned in Chantilly , 1 A 1 lace caught m each scallop by satin iVlamage Is Announced bows. The sleeves were long and close fitting from the elbow form-1 ing a calla lily point over liic ope, where they will vacation for two months. Mi's. E. G, Snipes of Monroe, La., arrived yesterday to spend two weeks here as guest o! Mrs. H. L. Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kruker of Wngnon, Okla., are the 7 nt Mrs. Krnker is the tornier Miss Rosetta Hamoii of Blytheville. Mii.s Catherine Pitt* will leave tomorrow (or Oklahoma City, where wrlsU and the satin buttons tx>"<; will spend two week* with her tended along the light fitting bod- | f'«"!r. Mrs. Harold Welgand and Ice to the waistline In the back. ] - am ny. . Accentuated by bows of brocaded i Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Turner today satlrl| the riill skl] . t vv!ls worn om las, organist. Mrs. J. Keith Davidson was her sister's only attendant., She wore a gown of aqua faille with a sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice and a full skirt. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses and wore a headband of yellow roses. , ,,.,,-, The bride wore an Emily oriel- I».;-,?." >*"" J "" c nal of brocaded satin with a per- { trait yoke outlined with Chan- j tilly lace. The leg-of-mutton sl«e- I ves ended In petal potnt-s at the Jt looked lai- a. time as though Georgette Berlatid, who came from France lo marry Pfc. Graydon Morlilt ol Houston, Tex., wouldn't bo able lo slay in America. Morfilt didn't have S500 needed to get tier ofj Ellis Island. Bui a stranger. James Mom. New York furniture de- o'f j sifiiien gave Morllll the money, hospital ' hands. Her door length veil of Ini: ported Illusion fell from a halo of orange blossoms. She carried a white prayer book topped with a parplc-chroatetl orchid and showered with lilies o£ announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Louise Woodard Turner lo Jlmniy Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin of Osceola. The double ring ceremony was solemnized Sunday,at the home of the valley and white saiin stream-': the bride's parents, with the Rev. sann, me tun .SKUL \\<i^ wuui u*fi n 1C* r> hoops and ended In a long cathed-; Koyal Service I rogi'am wns fash-! Held by Calvary Women ral train. Her three-tiered veil loned of French Illusion attached to a bandeau of illusion with cry- stnll'Md orange blossoms on each Rainfall Reservoir The extensive toot .system of the satuiaro "giant cactus'' spreads in all directions /rom the main trunk for as many as 50 feet.. Rainfall Is easily assimilated and stored in the ; pulpy interior of the main plant, since the root* are close to the surface. Coming Events Sociol Calendar idPlls Class of the First Bap- llst Church will have a pot luck supper st the. home of Mrs. G. V. Daws on Hcarn Street, with Mm. Joe Waddy an co-hostess *6 «:30 o'clock. Octette Club meeting ai the home of Mrs. C. f\ Tucker. Thursday Night Club meinbm being entertained at the home oJ Mrs. Don Haley. Thursday Rook Club members meeting at the home ol Mrs. T. W. Ciofoith. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the. United Daughters of the Confederacy meeting at, the home of Mrs, Loy Welch at 12:30 p.m. Friday The closing exercises of vacation church school will be held vt Ihe First Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. C. B. C. Clul> members will meet \ at the home 01 Mrs. R. A. Copeland for a pot-luck dinner. Alpha Beta Bunco Club being »n- lettaincd at the home of Mrs, Fred McGregor. * * " 'Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion— 8:00 p.m. City CounciJ — 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiuanas Club,- Hotel Noble— 12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble— 12:10 p.m. receipt! 1,700,'ill salable. About a opened firm. Bulls steady. Tellers dozen loads of steers offered, with OOo higher on choice. Few good »nd heifer* and mixed yearlings In moderate supply. Cows making up a liberal proportion of supply or about 40 per cent ol the run. Asking unevenly higher on good and choice live at decline. Top 25. Bulk of 180-230 Ibs 24.75-25; popular price 24.75; 240-210 Ibs 23.50-24.75; 280325 Ibs 21.50; 130-150 Ibs 21.25-23.50; 100-120 Ibs 18.25-20.50. Sows 45 Ibs down 18-19; heavier sows 17-18.25. Cattle 4,000; salable 3.000; calf 1 side. She carried bouquet cif cascading white orchids, lilies o[ • .ers. . :. .Sister As Maid of Honor Miss Martha Ann .-loore, .sister of the bride served us -ilald of honor and bridesmaids wury Misses Vi- vicnne Moore, cousin of the bride, ham, Dorothy Dcdd of Demopoiis, Ala,, Dorothy Ann Faster of Knox- the valley, and stcphanotls Inter- Allen D. Stewart, pastor of the j First Methodist Church, official-1 sperscd with puffs of mnllne. : ing in the presence of f rlcmls and . _ . 1 relatives. | The vows were said before an Improvised nltai- placed in front of Blytheville, Ruth Fan-Icy oi Os- of the large picture window In the ceola, Martha Pharo ui" Binning- ' living room, which wns banked with greenery and tall floor baskets of white gladioli and larks- The Business Women's Circle of the Calvary Baptist Church met last night at the home ol Mr.s. Beulah Lloyd for a Royal Service program. Topic of the program was "Traln- . , u „ ,, j.j i ing the World for World Missions." £%?SS-«!Sj!aHF«s» ,^r,rooV'nr Tr c' eS^r^=Be^°^. Livestock •NOW! ville, Tcnu. nnd Conine Harris of ; pur. flanked by stately white tap- Huntsvilie, Ala, ; ers butning in branched cundela- Thcy wore identical irredesccn!,.. l)la ' dresses with blue predomlnatins, 1 The uride, wore a white pique featuring a portrait neckline to.; two piece suit with a matching match the wedding gown. The shir- 1 hat and white accessories. She pin- red bodice? ended In full double net | ned a corsage ot white plnocchlo sKirts worn over three colors ot taffeta. The maid ot honor carried a pink net fan mounted with blue feathered carnations nnd the brides- Plunkett. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the i home of the bride. i Those from Blytheville who attended were Dr. nnd Mr*. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Warren, Mrs. Clara Davis, Henry Davis and Miss Jane Branson. roses nnd valley lilies at her shoulder. Miss Jo Anne McGregor served Mrs. Griffin as maid of honor. She chose a grey and white Russiun Friendship Class Meets At Joe Atkins Residence Georgia Hodge and Mrs. Lee Powell. Others who participated on the program and their subject* were Mrs. O. W. Dnvts, who sfjoke on "World Workers". Mrs. Hemy Berry, "Training Schools;" Mr.i. J. M, Ross. "Our Auxiliaries" and Mrs. Powell, "World WItnes." Following the program, refreshments were served by the 5Sinn| T h e jr,.i e , lc | s Her corsage was ot while carnal-' lft ^ | as t n if,ht at the home of Mrs. i°"s. i Joe Atkins for a business meelin? Eugene Henson was Mr. Griffin's and social, best man. Mrs. Pat Chitman wns elected Charlevoix Chapter Has school Luncheon at Hotel Noble ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. June 0. (UP)—Livestock: Hogs 11,500; salable 17.000; against 10,500 yesterday. Market 25 to 50c lower than Tuesday, but ac-HOT FLASHES? . Ar l.J? u SOinK thru the functional miadlc-aer period pccvillar to women (38-52 jis.11 Dots ihls make YOU •iirftr rront hot Bashes, led so ntr- uoui. hlgh-struns. tired? Then DO trr I.ydla E. «nkh»n,- 5 VfBflnble Com! pound to relieve inch symptom«! i in^nain e Compound also hns what Doctors call a stomachic Ionic effect! * LVDIA L PINKHAM'S gggKE carnations. They wore matching hair arrangements. Maria Shunnarah of Birmingham, niecs of the groom was the flower girl. She wore blue net fashioned ' with dropped shoulder. clfect and; extending into a lull skirt ot ruf- ; lies. Her wrist band nnd matching! hair were of sweetheart rosus. : George Ritchey of Birmingham served Mr. Pharo as best man. Groomsmen were David Moore and N. M. Moore Jr. of Blythevillc, Richard Pharo, Fnrris Ritchey Jr. and. Earl Kelly of Birmingham and Malcolm McAllister ot Leeds, Ala. Mrs. Moore, mother of the bnde, was gowned in a blue crepe formal which .was complemented with an orchid corsage. The. bride's paren'.s entertained with a reception in the hotel p.fier the- ceremony. The bride's parents entertained «ith a reception in the hotel after To SlenllCn PotlpV • the ceremony. 1 I Following the reception, the cou- [ Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. M. Barter of pie left on a trip to Mexico City . Cooler, Mo., today announced the and will return to Birmingham, marriage of their (tauphter Miss where they will make their home. Ruby Louise Barker, to Stephen For traveling, the bride wore a Lee potter, of Kansas City Mo pale pink linen suit with palamino i The ceremony was on accessories. She pinned an ore-, May, 28. nt the home of the groom's hid at her shoulder. i parents in Kansas City, in the pre- guests included fli- setlcc of a few intimate friends ends and relatives from Osceola, nnd relatives Little Rock, Helena. Luxora. St. After an extended wedding trip Louis. Mo., Clarksdalc, Miss., Bos- to Canada, the coviplc will return ton, Mass., Knoxville and Memphis, i lo Kansas City where thcv will Tenn.. Birmingham and Mobile. ! make their home Ala., Cairo. 111., steele and Hayti Mo. 1 . 'file Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met yesterday for a 1 o'clock luncheon at Hotel Noble with 15 members and two guests, Mrs Mar- mony. Mr7 n nd M^-n?,™ emer-, ^ ™™*?^ ™« a ~ , h^useWsfof °L"™A ^ tallied with n reception. The table »' ho wl11 scnc vvlth her luc Mrs - ' was overlaid with a white lace !vnn V,\nPallen, vicc-piTStdrnt: cloth and centered with a two-tier- Mrs .- Ol '° ™ e ' fellowship VIM- followlng the i-ere-' president for the new year during president nnd Mrs. Charles Hart, extension chairman. Mrs. Marvin Razer gave lh* op- jnittp prayer and devotional. Refreshments were served by the ed wedding cake. After n brief wedding trip to St. Louis, the couple will make their home in Osccoln where Mr. Oriff- iu Is employed by_\Vaddcll Clean- [ ers. | . * . Mrs. Griffin wns graduated from! Blythevillc High School Ihi.s year j\,J R,.; r .. TC F n tfi-tTi'nt ar.ti Mr. Griffin attended Osceoln 1Uls - Cn gg s tntCUamS "'s 11 Sch001 - With Bridge Luncheon Miss Barker Is Wed Mrs. Neely Young, Mrs, -Alvin Hn!fman Jr. null MLvs Molly Guard were guests yesterday with members o[ tht 1 Tri-Town Bridge Club tvhen Mr.- Dale S. Briggs entcitain- cd \v;t'.i a i o'clock luncheon at her licme, Luucheon was served p.t the intli- vloual labicE which were centered with n Mr.ail vase of sna))dtagons in pastel snadcs, A striking arrangement of yellow and white gladioli in a low bowl centered the Joyner and family, and Miss Sara Grace Joyucr. Hostesses lor tte af- I fair were Mrs. Aubrey Conway, Mrs. Tred Rutherford and Mrs. Joyner. The table, at which the luncheon | wns served, was centered with a ; striking arrangement of early Summer flowers in a low crystal bowl. Following the luncheon, Miss Joyner was presented a gift In her silver pattern by the group, after which Mrs. James Hill Jr. regent, presided during brief business session. Marcus Evard, Blytheville attorney, was the guest speaker during the program and chose as his topic, "The American Flag." At The Hospitals Mrs. Higginson Hostess To Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. VV. C_. Higginson was hostess yesterday when she entertained niembers of the TMrsriay Bridge Club at her home on West Chtcka- sawbn. During the afternoon bridge Rames. high score was won by Mrs. Murray Smart with Mrs. L. E. Old winning second Jiijrh. Vases of roses in various colors Klyllicvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Max Gurley. city. Walls H«splt»l Dismissed: Mrs! Ewell Walters anrt baby, dining table with bouquets of pink | i_,q xord . sud bine hydranEuas, roses and , Mrs j amp5 MiTrll and b»bj' panslri being nsed to decorate the j crnns Housing Quarters, home. In the altcrnoon bridge games. Mrs. Gene Tcaford won injli s:ore and Mrs. Rtisscll H. Farr, second high. Vet- Officer and Wife Visit Relatives at Deli Mrs G. W. Morgan, Dell. Mrs. C. L. McCain, Luxora. Mrs. E T. Garner, Hayti James Carson. Rl. 2. city. Peggy Battson, Ltixoia. and Dell enroute. from Newport, R. I., to Jacksonville, Pla.. where. he will command a squadron of bombers ou the aircraft carrier USS were arranged throughout the home, thc^'un'ueif States'^Navy, ^s'^vite ; oE^Mr^'aud''''!!!^ HomePC d * Richie The com se. . hostess served n dessert United States and daughter Sandra are visiting relatives and friends In Blytheville At Kirby's Three Stores Father's Day-June20th uemember Father with Monngnimed Poktr Chips, Matches, Stationery, Klc. Fountain Ten and Pencil Sets, Kilifoltls, Smoker's Supplies. Father's Day Cards. KOLD KRUNCH The must delicious icecream, liar On R Stick, Krimchy C'liocolale Coaled. Dollar Jiills arc \vra\iped in some of them. lOc ot Dell. This Week On RCA VICTOR RECORDS Siboney Desl Arnaz Red Skin Rhumba, Chas. Barnett Frankie A Johnie Bunny Berjgan Time After Time Tommie Dorsey I'll Close My Eyes, J. Desmond Delta Serenade. Dnke Ellington Honolulu Harbor, .. Kay Kyser Perfidia Glenn Milter Feathery Feelin 1 , Freddie Martin Too Good To' Be True, T. Martin Rockln' Alone .... Eddy Arnold Blue Texas Moonlight. E. Britt Minuet In Swing, Spade Cooley Inflation Zeke Manners Pecos Bill Hoy Rogers ADAMS APPLIANCE COMPANY J. \V. Adams, M&r. 20G \V. Main Phone 207) Electric Fans DDT Bonds, ISO up Sun Glasses Blue Grass Cologne, 1.50 Picnic Juges Fitch Shampoo & Shower Spray 1.19 Tartan for Sun Tan, 59c Blue Grass Bath Powd. 1.50 EACH STORE AIR CONDITIONED At Kirby's Three Stores No Bingo Game This Week !*o help the Junior Chamber of Commerce better promote their Beauty Pageant we have decided to hold no Bingo game this week. American Legion Dud Cason Post 24 choice steers 34-36; some held abov 36.50. Medium steers 30-31; medium to sood heifers and mixed yearling 28-33; Choice heifers still unsold. Common and medium cow« 18.50- steers and heifers. Some early sales 24; cannen'ind cutteri 15-18. showing 25-500 improvement. Cows All White Kid Medium Heel Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:04 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 White Doeskin Genuine Brown Cobr» Spike Heel 13.95 Wednesday & Thursday Friday CLARK IAN* GABlf tllfilff* "" BAXTER 1 " HO DUX Continuous Showing Pastel Blue & Pink Tie Low Dress Heel 11.95 Box Office Open;; 6:39 • Show Starts 6:45 Open* Sundaj 1:00; Starti 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. A Sun. Birrain NUhl Every Mgbt Except Saturday o pastes honored on Sunday al Rory Theatr* Pastel Yellow Strap Hi-Lo Heel- 11,95 Last Time Today Living In A Big Way Susie Steps Out Thursday and Friday (KOUBI.K FEATURE) Pastel Blue Sling Pump 3 Shades HI-Lo Heel 11.95 All the New Summer Shades Extreme Sheer Nylon Hosiery SHOES

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