The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 10, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHKVM.LE (ARK.) COURIER NKWS THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1!>48 oce ety 9 ['hone 446! Miss Joyner Becomes Bride Of Jack Chesnutt One of the most beautiful weddings ot the season was solemnized yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Fir*t Presbyterian Church when Ml« S»ra Grace Joyner became the bride ot Jack McPhall Chesnutt, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Relmond Henry Chesnutt Sr., of Vero Beach, ria., The bride Is the daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. Fleetwood Boyd Joyner. The double ring ceremony was Mid In the presence of » large number of friends and relatives of the young couple, with the Rev. Harvey T. Kldd, pastor, officiating The background for the wedding party was formed of woodwardln trees and wrought Iron candcla bra holding stately white cathedral tapers with a spray of white gladioli on the organ. The choir loft rail was covered with gold smtlax and In fr(>nt of the brlda' party was place'A a sunburst oi white (ladlo)l tied with gold mctn- lie ribbons flanked by branched candelabra. In Ihe pulpit wen placed two sprays of white Klnrtiol banked with ferns and tied will a large gold bow. While Oreciai urns holding gold tinted huckle berry and white gladioli were placei by the altar, which was covert with a while satin altar cloth. Isle candles .were placed down the | aatln covered Isles of the church j and the family pews were marked with a large white satin bows. Candles were lighted by Judy McCall. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCall and Jimmy Bell, son of Mr., and Mrs. Marvin L. Bell of Henryetta, Okla., who is » cousin of the bride. Judy wore a while organdy dress trimmed with a pink, blue and yellow sash with a shoulder corsage of matching colored flowers. Jimmy wore H grey sail with a carnation boutonltre. A program of pie-nuplint music was presented by Miss Ann Dmi The selections Included "Romnnce." Rubenstein, "Traumerie," Shumnmi "Poeme," Boellman and "Delta Gamma Dream Girl" was played while the tapers were being lighted .She also played the traditional ^wedding marches. Mrs. Marvin L. Bell ot Henryetta. Okla.. an aunt of the bride, vocalist, sang "I Love ; Thee." Gretg and "At Dawning" . by Cadman. Miss D«en wore a. chartreuse \ crepe street length dress with a corsage of yellow carnations nnd Mrs. Bell chose a gown of shadow prey crepe with a pink carnation cor- aage. Skier W Maid of Honor Miss Mary Ixm Joyner was her sister's maid ot honor and Mr.s. Rouse Harp served RK brides maid. They wore Identical gowns ot:snf!p- dragon yellow tissue taffeta fash- cloned with a transparent decoll- ette yoke appliqued to the riualnt Prlscilla basque In dainty scallops and short brief sleeves. The bodice Joined the gathered sklrU in deep scallops with cord heading and the skirts were worn over period petticoats and picked up on the right side with a large appliqued bow. They carried nosegays of pink and blue sweetpeas and cornflowers with Holders of pink, lace lined with blue maltne. The bride, given In marriage by her father was gowned in an original magnolia white slipper satin wedding dress by Marie, fashioned , with a fitted empire bodice and dc- Wed In Afternoon Ceremony Mary Bujarski, Richard Roberts Wed in Church In »n Impressive double ring ceremony solemnized thLs morniny in the St. Edwards Catholic Church In Little Rock, Miss Mury Elizabelh liujirski, daughter o( Mr. and Mis. P.iui Roman Bujarskl ol Little Hock, became Ihe bride of Joseph Richard Rubens, son of Mr. and Mrs, Dick Roberta ol Blylhevillc. The Rev. Paul Bujarskl ol Blytheville, brother ol the bride, officiated at the nuptial mass when vows were exchnnxcd before an at- I lar bunked with tall lloor 1 baskets j of ^'lille gladioli silhouetted m-am^t • a background of greenery and palms i Mrs, Keron Purlfoy Gill of Chicago, III., relumed yesterday lo Demonstration Club Meets with Mr*. Holt The May meeting of the Milliian Ridge Home D«monetratlon Club was held at the homt of Mr». H. W. Holt .with seven members and one visitor, attending. Mn. Edgar Rider called the meeting to order and Mrs. George Plagg led the group in singing. The devo- her home slier a three weeks vls-ltlonal was given byMrs. Rider and H with her daughter, Mrs. Jim! a po«m "A Pray^' was given by Crnfton and Mr. Oration. Mr. and Mr.s. George Saliba Jr, are the parents of a son born yesterday at Walls Hospital. He has been nnined Mitchell George. They have two other sons, Tommy Geor- Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn has returned from Lomiln, Calil., where she accompanied her aunt, Mr.s. Ann honor l~lAlnr/.«.. presented by Sister Mary Mildred, organist, Al C. Suitor, violinist; Miss Jo Ann Ncwby and Carl Green ol j Hlylheville, vocallsU. Miss Newby'i selections Included, "I Love You Truly' 'and Shubert's "Ave Maria." Mr. Green sang, "O I/>r<l, I Am Not Worthy." A duel, "Pauls Angellcus," was presented by Mias Ncwby and Mr. Green. G'uusln IN, Malrl of Honor Miss Betty Ruth Bujarski. cousin of the bride, served as maid of and bridesmaids were Miss A:m Drnh, Miss B3tty Lou w.7-1 and Miss Mary Ann Joincs of t. Louis, Mo., cousin of the groom. ;;trolyn Fcrrill, cousin of the bride, ind Anne Roberts of Tuscaloosa, Ala., cousin of the Broom, were lo'.vcr girls. All feminine attendants wore floor .cnsth .gowns of mousscllne over lalteln f;ir>hioned with a V neckline, close filling bodice and flared pep- liun. The c'.bow length gloves and Picture hats, were fa.shloned with Iho same material ius that of the gown. The irmld of honor was gowned in yellow, the bridesmaids in orchid and the flower girls In pale They carried arm bouquets of sweetpcns in pastel shades tied wilh 1011:4 streamers of matching shades. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of ivory slipper satin fashioned with a hcc yoke and close lilting bodice. The long fitted sleeves ended in calla Illy points over the hands am! the vory full skirt, which laid in gvtvcelul folds, extended itUo a full Mrs, Flagg. "The Power of Words" was the title of the article given by Mrs. Willis Townsley. Following the meeting the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Margaret Mahan Bell was dismissed today from the Methodist Hospital In Memphis where she underwent an opf-nrTion last week. Her condition "Is much improved. She was accompanied home by Miss Nnncy Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Charle.s Stemac and son, Edward. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Slemac, Mrs. Larry Kneas and daughter, Janet and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Stemac and children, Jimmy and Rosemary and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ketz of Joilette. III., spent yeslcrdny in Mnrl- anna. Ark., as guests of Frank and Rudolph Bosnick and family. Betsy and Bill Oslcsby of IJttle . Rock are visiting with their aunt 1 Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Pidelis Class of the Pirsl Bap- lisl Church will have a pot luclc upper at Hie home of Mrs. G. V, Daws on Hearn Street, wilh Mr.s Joe Wadrly aa co-hostess ai 6:3C o'clock. Friday The closing exercises of vacjtion church school will bo held ut th' First Methodist Church at T.30 p.m C. B. C. Club members will nice it the home oi Mrs. K. A. Cope land for a pot-luck dinner. Alpha Beta Bunco Club being en tertained at the home of Mrs. Fre McGregor. Jaycees to Install Dfficers June 17 in Caruthersville CARUTHERSVJIJJ:, MO,, une 10. —New officers of the CarutliersviUe Junior Chamber of Commerce will be Installed here Thursday night, June 11, with Gilbert H. Morton, Ftstui, Mo,, president of the Missouri State Junior Chamber of Commerce, to install officers, and be principal speaker. The ceremony will be » dinner meeting at the Presbyterian Church. Other Jaycee leaders expected lor the installation Include Al Loopcr, Poplar Bluff, chairman of the Bool- heel Council; Eugene Lemonds, Kennetl, vice-president of Missouri Junior Chamber; and presidents of Ttie Romans used crude pieces copper as itioney prior to the and uncle, Mr. and Robinson. I Mr. and Mrs. Upton Booker are . the parents of a son born May 24 at Blylhevillc Hospital. He has been ' named Donald Upton. Mrs. Booker I is the former Miss Ltivclia Chtlders. | Mrs. Edith Trainer will return ' to her home tonight in Patterson, ! N. J. after spending two weeks here j as guest of Mrs. Hugh Hays and i other friends. | Mr. and Mrs. J. R. BombalaskI and daughters. Misses Rose, Jane and Olivia, \s - lll leave tomorrow for New York City, whore they will ; spend three weeks with their daughter and sister. Mrs. Frank Tftvo- laccl, Mr. TavoLacci and son, P. J. Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Ellis returned home yesterday from Fredricks- bure. Va., where they spent a week. They attended the wedding June Mrs. Phm'ips reigrrofSimus Tumu, Vacation Bib/* School Ends for Methodists The closing exercises of the Vacation Bible School ol the Lake Street Methodist and First Methodist Churches will b* held tomorrow nifihl, at 7:30, in tlw auditorium of the Pilot Methodist Church. Total enrollment at the school was 185 including pupils and officers. Included In the program will be original skits by the junior and Intermediates and an original litany by the primaries. Members of Ihe kindergarten class will present several rhylbm band selections. ' Displays of the work done by the I members of each department will I b« shown, Jaycee clubs In Portageville, ateel« and Hayli. Officers lo be Installed are: A. O. Brooks, president; Clco Allen, first vice-president; Marcus Lauck, second vice-president; Raymond Britton .secretary; Charles Malin. treasurer; Maurlc* Malin and" Verland Stubbs, members of the Board of Directors, lor two-year terms. Maurice Malin is the retiring president. Wives and dates of members and guests, will be'special guests at this meeting. HANY^iVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES This Old Treatment Often Bring* Happy R«li«f . When disorder of kidney function permita polsonoui matter to remain in your lilood. . It may cause naKKinK liackache, rheuraatia 4 pains, lea pains, loss of pep and energy, getting" UP nlBhts, (.welling:, pulfmesi under th* eye*, headaches and dizzineu. I-'requent or scanty passages with smarting and burning sometimes ahows there is soinethinf wrong* .with your kidneys or bladder. non't wait I Ask your drupes! for Dosa'f Pills, ft stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions (or over 60 years. Doan'a aive happy relief and will help the IE mile, of kidney lubes fiush out poiionouwuufrott your blood. Get Doan'a filla. length train. The loi\g veil ol illu- 5 ol their nephew, Lieutenant James slon, edged with Chantilly lace fell toncc Holcombe. to Miss Nancy Hughes of Freriricksburg. News Photo Mrs. Jtvck Mcl'hnll Chosmill'.rtiuigiiler o( Mr. nnd Mrs. F'lcelwooil Boyd Joyner, whoso wedding wns'solcmulrcri here ycstcnlny nltcrnoon at the First Presbyterian Church'«jAV;'p.' n\. - '.'' " : o : ' chose » frock of rose crepe nnrt n purple orchid with a fuschln throat also. To Reslclf. In Florida Following thfi reception, the con- pie, Ifttt on a weddlnfz trip to New Miss Sunshine Swift, principal of Ccntrnl School, today announced Orleans and the Gulf Coast, alter , names of students who had perfect which they will return to Mel- • attendance for the 1047-48 school term nnd for Those who bourne Floricln. to ninke their home, where he Is malinger of a theatre. Mrs. Clicsnutl wore for travell- from a sped pearl coronet. Her only ornament was a single strand of i pearls. I Her bridal bouquet WHS of while swretpeas centered with K white ] orchid .showered with valley lilies and streamers of white satin rilj- bona. Brother Is Best Man Edward Bujarski. brother of the bririe, served Mr. Roberts as best, man. Ushers were Tom Hnsletl of Memphis, cousin of the groom. William J. Oberle of Little Bock and Ramon Uujarski, brother ol the bride. Nickic Roberts, brother of the grpom was ring I'earer. cdiately following 11 mony, a rereptlon wos held in the Mirror Itoom ol the Albert Pike Hotel in Little Roclc. The bride's table was draped with a lace clotli and centered wilh a Hove Perfect Attendance! three tiered wedding'cake encircled I with gardenias and topped with a miniature bride and groom. Al each end of the table were tall while tape-.s burning in silver holders. Miss wilmn Gardner presided over . the cake and Misses Thelina Miis- 'nd- SC1 '1' anil Mary Agnes Morrison. Cooking School Planned CARUTHERSVILLE. . Mo.. June The Ark-Mo Power Co. will sponsor a cooking school here next Wednesday afternoon at the Rcdgers Theater. Miss Martha Logan, home economist lor Swill &. Co., ami Miss Mildred Hagerman. home economist for Ark-Mo Co., will conduct the school. Central School Students ing. white shantung suit wilh navy blue accessories. She plnnert R crescent corsage of gardenias nnd goiti leaves nl her shoulder. , Out of town guests attending! Jones . Raymond EuRCne Miller, the last semester. had perfect ntte: ance for the entire year arc Shirley Virginia Bransc.nm, Donnld Gene Buchanan, Bobby Alley. Barbara Ann Gnrnow, Gnuty May, Beth Johnson, Dick Foster, Bobby Lee ^ _ o J return/to Si. Louis to make theii -Immediately following the cere- home.' The bride chose for traveling navy blue fai]'^ suit with pink accessories. She pinned an orchid al her shoulder. Oul of town guests, which included a large number of persons from Blylheville. were Mr.s. Ben Clune and son. Carniel, Miss FJor- ence Jarbo. Mis. Panl Greenwell, Mrs. Lloyd Wise. Miss Schu- nervitsch, Mrs. Carl Green and son. Carl, Mr .and Mrs.'Cornelius Mod- inger. Mrs. Sterling Martin and daughter Katherine, Mrs. JohnMer- presided at the punch bowl. Mis. c cs were Mr. nml Mrs. Rclmond Henry Sudbury. Sam Him, Douglas. Chesnutt Sr.. of Vcro Beach, Fla.,: Graham. Helen Dlciwcll. Patricia collete heart shaped neck, The long i Relmond Henry Chesivull Jr.. of: Fisher, Donnn Sykes, Martha Ann sleeves buttoned from the elbow Carracus. Venezuela, Mrs. William Poster and Harry Him. Bonaficld, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bell nnd son, Jimmy, ot Hcnry- ettn, Okla., Mr. and McLendon of Jnckson, Miss., nnd Mrs. Edna Simpson and daughter, Christine ol Cnlro. 111. Vacation Bible School and ended in petal points over the hands. The midriff, cut in double heart shaped points, snugged the petite waist and Joined the circular gored skirt with self cording. The skirt developed into volumn- lous folds extending into a long i train. • She wore a three quarter double : tiered veil of imported bridal Illu- j for Baptists to Close sion which fell from a coronet ot Chantilly lace. She carried a cres- ] Tilt Vacntion Bible School of the cent arrangement of gardenias and '• First Baptist church, \\liicli opened gold leaves showered with gold I May 31, will close tomoriow. It has streamers. be.rn conducted by theRcv. E. C. Best Man From Venezuela llrown, pastor ^and Miss Hn;-,cl Relmond Henry Chesnutt Jr., j.Branncn. princiiul. wilh a laculiy of Carracus, Venezuela, served his i of forly members- Tiirre Is an en- brother as best man and ushers Iroltmcnt of 265 pupils and workers were William Fleetwood Joyner. with an average dally nUcnd.ince and Freeman Jcrnignn. [or 188. Immediately following the wcdd-; Climaxing the tcn-dny Bible Ing, a reception was held in the' school, a commencement exercise social rooms of the church. The »'tll be conducted at 7:30 tomorrow decorations in the rooms were in i night in (lie church auditorium, pink and blue lo complement the Phases or the work will be dcmon- attendanU dresses. nitrated by each department, lol- • The four tiered wedding cake 'owed by a hand-work exhibit. which centered the refreshment Superintendents of each dep.irt- table, covered with a white ban- 1 — quet cloth, was circled with Adian- ; turn fern and gold leaves and was i placed on a large mirrored plaque, i The cake was topped with bells 1 and valley lilies which had been \ used by the bride's mother when , .&he waa married. j Miss Frances Nunn, Miss Iva ' Sea? and Miss Frances Shouse pre- ' sided over the refreshment table I and were assisted by Mrs. E. F. Fry, Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty. Mrs. Joyner. mother of the bride .wore &n effshell crepe afternoon dress with a large leghorn hat • nd white accessories. She pinned a purple orchid with a fuschla ' throat at her shoulder. Mrs. Chesnutt, mother of th« bridegroom, Having pcrJacl attendance for the last semester were Renrvi Ocn- Mrs. W. M. ll 'J'- Jcl ' r V Dee Patricia and Rose Stewart were in charge ol the bride's book. ton, Chnrlie Stemac, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hngnn and family and \irs. Mr. ,ty rose nccessories j ana Mrs. t. w. Noien ot mm, Pete nnd Mrs. Roberts chose for the oc- j Stemac of Joiictl, 111., Mr. nnd Mrs. . Mis. BUJarski wore a dress of grey I Anna Rice all of Blytheville, repe witli dusty rose accessories I nnd Mrs. E. W. Nolen of Dell. crep . casion, an aqua crepe dress with Frank Cannon and daughter .Ann white accessories. Their frocks were i Roberts nnd Mrs. Doyle Buckles ol Wade, Marvin McMahan, Rose Joyce Ingrnm. Pat Wllllnshnm. Sally McCutchen, Ocorgc Ann Byrd, James Buchanan, Jimmy Johnston, Donnie Jean earner. Eva Lee Graves, Judy Frances Michael. Mary Louise, Turnnse, David Burkliend. James Cnrlcr, Eugene Slill. Dunine Giuliani, Cecil Graves, Evelyn Foe, Rondnl 'Johnson. Billy Gene Michael, Mnrie Lucius and Linda Taylor. complemented with orchid corsages. > Travel to Florid* The couple left on a wedding trip to Miami. Fla., and from there will Tuscaloosa, Ala.. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Nnve ol Qulin, Mo., Jim Ayres of EvansVille, Ind.. Mrs. J. F. Joines and daughter Ma.ry Ann and Harry . ., go by plane to Nassau. They, will | Clark of Si. Louis, Mo. Al The Hosoilals Walls llosnllal Di.sml.«d: W. M. Barnes. Slcclc. Mo. Mrs. Kvie Denton. Luxora. Mrs. II. W. Mulllns. city. mnil are Mrs. .1. W. Hinder, beginners; Mr.s. John Tyrone, primary, Mrs. C- M- Abbolt. junior: and Mrs, J. T. Wcstbrooke, intermediates. Mrs. King LaFVrney has directed the nursery activities. 1NOW! jot FOUNTAINS: \ BT*TTWl««r«I I vrtft • Exfra-largc oven • Radiantube 5-spcetJ units • Thermizar cook«r • Smokeless typt broiler • Alt-porcelain inslds and out • Mony other «xclu$fv« Frigidair* ftolurci ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. J. \V. ADAMS. Msr. Complete Service Department In Connection 206-08 West Main .> hone 2 Q7t CHILDREN S LEATHER SANDALS * For Dress or Play Red — White Size 3-6 - - - $2.50 Sizes 6i-9 - - $2:95 TENNIS SHOES Little Gents — 6 to 10 1-2 Youths —11 to 2 Boys —2 1-2 to 6 Men's —61-2 to!2 $1.65 $1.75 $1.85 $1.95 Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Blytheville Weekend Specials (Every Week) All Broken Lots Spring & Summer Footwear Displayed on Rack 7.95 & 11.95 Values All Sales Cash All Sales Final WHIM S ONS SHOES IT II Does Your Father want a Distinctive Gift o On June 20th? That unusual gill, correctly wrapped Rnd pro[>«rly offered with a Norcross card, is here at The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 Kast Main Street BOB MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:34 p.m. i Al !••« In j JUNIOI IAIAAKJ Thursday & Friday CLAIK LAM* GABlf TURNER '"' BHTEl • "" IIIJDU» • • b*M-*-M~l fj HHomeeommq i M.»»..<".*]<4vvii-MCY*r rkflvr* • Continuous Showing Everyday Junior (icm . . . growing Ils own garden of lummtT blossomi. A TYPICAL CAROLE KING GIRL will treasure this cool and washable on«-pi«» dress for sunny afternoons ... for warm-weather «veningj. Sanfofiied* Madras chambroy tn junior jiies 9 to 15. $15.95 JIEDEL'S Box Office Opens 6:3» Show Slarls S:45 Opens Sunday 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat &. Sun. Bargain Nighl F.vcry Mght Kxcept Saturday ;o parses honored on Sunday at Koxy Theatrt Thursday and Friday (DOUBLE FEATURE) ^ ^sjivrMgcv |^ i.»^*i«EOM BACAll A SWING-FEST m IHE WEST1

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