The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1948 · Page 4
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TOUR BI-YTHKVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NKWS oce ety 9 Phone 4161 Miss Beck Becomes Bride Of Frank A. Edrington . A weddiac marked with (implicit}' hut rtil. iaapnuive was that of MUs Anita Fir Beck, daughter of Mr. UK) Mr.. R. M. Beck o( Blythevllle, who bWMM the bride of Frank A. Edrlncicn, ton of Mrs. Sam. O. •drincton and th« late Mr. Bdrinc- ton o< O»e»oi». y«*tcrday afternoon at UM Knt PTMbrterian Church in OtceoU. The Rev, U T. Lawrence, pastor, officiated with only close friend", tod th* Immediate family attendinc. Tht ainjle rim ceremony was performed before the church chancel with batkets of white gladioli M aiiut a background of huckleberry, palmi and ferns. Tall white cathedra) tapers in wrought Iron candelabra enhanced the setting for the bridal party. The middle aisle • wu marked with tien of white giadio!i and aatin bows. A program of nuptla) music was presented by Mrs. Donald Werli, organist. Tlie bride wore a linen dress suit (n aqua, designed with a fitted coot Mrs. Damon Entertains Rook Club and Guests Mrs. K*rl Damon was hosteas last nig hi when she entertained the Thursday Night Olub and fom- guesls. Mrs. George Stllwell, Mm. Dorothy Bailey, Mrs. rrances Hnrd- y and Mrs. Elbert Alley »L her home oh West Kentucky. Mn. Hardy won ruth «core diir- tnf the rook (troM and aari. Burks Barker, rooko. Vases of mixed Sprint flowers were used In the home. Refreshment* wer« aerr«d by the hostess. Dessert Bridge Given By Mrs. C. F. Tucker Mrs. C. F. Tucker entertained Octette Club members and guests Mrs. W. A. Affllck, three Miss Mary Frances Nunn and Mm. C. J. Wilson, with k dessert bridge yesterday at her home. In the ufternoon bridge Koines, Miss Nunn won high score and Mrs. ending into a flared peplum with a Maivli. Nunn, second high. lull sk'rt. Her I/at was fashioned of feather and a short veil and used whit* as the accessories. Her frock .was complemented with an orchid corsage Mrs. Fred N. Davis, sister of the groom, who was matron of honor, was the only feminine attendant. She chose for the occasion, a turquoise blue linen dress with black and white accessories, and a shoulder corsage of gardenias. Joe .W. Edrington served his : brothei aj fcest man. Ushers were ^Walter C. Mason and William •Bard Edrington. Tlie home was decorated with low crystal bowls filled with sv/ectpeas In pastel shades and roses. Bits of New Robert W. Dorun, jwn of Mr. and Mrs. O. Doran of Blythevllle, who is ieivinn In the Army's 7th Infantry Division and stationed in Korea, hn been advanced from private to private, first class, ae- ocidlng to an announcement from Seoul, Korea. Alfred E. Stabler of Blythevllle Is one of 42 Kendrlx College students who have Won a place on the Dean's List for school during the semester just clo.sed. Requirements for the dean's list are that a student must have an average grade of at least B plus and no grades lower than IJ. Alfred, son of Mr. J. T. Stabler of Laney Ponders Appointment to Gome Board By Bab Brown (United Pre*4 Staff Correnpondent) LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 11.— IUI'1—Gov. Ben Laney will name a new member of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission .shortly after his return from the National Governors Conference In Porl- Miiouth, N. II., he (old United Pi ess loday. A vacancy on (he commission will be created June 30lh by the expiration of the tluee-year-lerm of Judge O. E. Keck of Blythevllle. under the lav.- .Judge "Keck wlio 1ms served ax chairman of the commission, cannot be reaupolnled. I.aney I* considering two men for the post. Favored by. the Arkansas Wildlife Association Is James Robertson of Wayne. rtotjerLson Is nn attorney, an outstanding sportsman and a past president of Die! *cciualnted, played games, square association. danced, and had refreshments. Dr. I.aney said, however, that Robert- K " ;d McK '" ne y °< "« University • • - spoke on "Personality In the Teens" FRIDAY, .JUNK 11, 1048 Starke, Fla., was drlx last year. a junior at Hen- Mr.aiicl Mrs. N. W. Kyle and grandson, Jimmy Boyd Imve returned from a two weeks vacation to Houston and Galveston, Tex., where they visited with their son. Jimmy Kyle, and Mrs. Kyle and their daughters, Mrs. Martha Tloyrt Rnd Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McLean. Mrs. Don Haley has as her guests Mrs. Terry Cilss and Mrs. Larah I FiUwnter of Pontiae, Mich.. Mrs. „. , I Wes Barker of Joncaboro and Mrs. Closing eicreises for the Daily ! ~ Pemiscot Youth Presides Over 4-H Club Camp CARUTHERSV1LLE. Mo., .Turn 11 -Ralph Hayes, ol the Stanley 4-H Club, presided at the annual 4-H Cluh Slate Roundup, held at Columbia lust week. Assisting President Hayes were Eldon Lciter of Pcttis Counly, vice-president, and Mary Frances Stewart of Jackson County, .secretary. Four 4-H club member* attended from lhi.s county, in addition to Pre-sident Hayes, including Patty Utlcy of Cullxu'tKon Club, and Eleanor Ball and Fa ye Bingcn- | hdmer of Braggadocio Club. Mrs. N. R. Plckem ol Braggadocio was leader for tlie Pemlscot group. The members were taken to the annual Roundup by County Agent M. U. AmburKey. The program opened last Thursday, ending Saturday morning. The ojwning wae In form of a "mlxcv" 1'liursday night, where delegate g,-)!, Vacation Bible School To Begin for Baptists OSCE'OLA, Ark., June II.—'Hie Rev. p.ussell J. Clubb, pastor of (he First naptlsi Church, (oday an- nouno d (he iHrginning of Vacation Bible :-:<:hool at the church June 14 through June 25. School will begin at 8:30 a. in. and continue until 11 a. in. The departments Include beginners, primaries, juniors and intcr- medialM, Studies to be taken will be ijli.-le study, crafts and recreation. Vacation Bible School End* at Nazorene Church Vacation Bible School al tlie Church of the Nazarcne will oe held tonight at 8 o'clock in Un- church auditorium. The Bible school (his year, under (he direction of Mrs. J. D. Stafford The mother of the bride wore a of Vivian, La., has had a larger at- >»vy blue crepe dress with white : accesscrt« and the bridegroom's : mother chose a printed chiffon wl)h 'black «nd white accessories. Each of them wore a corsage of white car- •natlons. tendance this year than In previous years. The total enrollment for school this week was 140 and last year the enrollment was BO. The program will consist of j poems, special talks and song* by ; After a wedding trip to St. Louis, tlie various groups, after which n ;the couple will return, to Occeola I showing of the different handwork ;Where they will make their home. will be given. ^Guests from Blythevllle who at;tended were Miss Mary Adah Rob- Jnson, Bryan Mlley, U T. Moore ..and Mr. arid Mr». Hu«h WhltilH. Miss Maxwell Honored With Parties, Shower Gypsy Party" Is Given ! OS C E OLA. Ark., June n. _ The if.. •* L, J - , _•' '" " firsf nf *>m c»Hoc nf Vta.-Ha* »,„,,«.. ;At G. V. Daws Residence ' "A , Orpay Party- night at the held first of the series o( parties honoring Mis* Olynda Maria Maxwell, Larah Fllppcn of BrnRg City, Mo. Mary Alice Wroten left today for Meridian, Miss., where she will visit wllh her grandmother, Mrs. Cleo Langston. She was motored there by her mother, Mrs. Cecil Wroten and Mrs. a. O. Poelz, Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Starnes am) son Boliby of Call, Tex., returned to their home today after a weeks visit with their daughter and sister. Mrs. Karl Wadenpfuhl and Mr. Wadeiipluhl. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hathorn Jr. and children. Tucker. Susan and Judy of Hattlsburg, Miss., will arrive over the weekend to .spend two weeki here as guests of her perents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Tucker. Tommy Haslctt nnd Bob Gtmn of Memphis are spending .several dayji here as guest of Mr. and Mrs W. 'E. Hngan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dan H. Hell o( Memphis are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mr.v. Torn A. Little for several days. They are enroute home from a trip to Rochester, Bell underwent ., 4n* entabliahed for tr« fjrpiie,. The and white and blue and white Clinic. They Indlanopolls a bull game bride-elect, of John Henley of For- last' rest City, was held last week, when home of Mrs. G. V.. Miss Julia Mae Morrison and Mrs JJaws by the members of the Fldells! John Lowe entertained at the home •.Sunday School Class of the First I of Mrs. Lowe. jBaptlst Church. Mrs. Joe Waddy acted a* ' co-hotte**. Quest* other than the M members were Mrs. O. p. Elklns and Mrs. Harry Golden. . Sign* reading; "Thla Way to the .Oyppr Camp" were posted In the ;CTont .l»wn, with trading poets be- of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Stovall Sr. They came here to attend the wedding Sunday of Miss Whlslle and Merle Os- Luxoraj borne of Manila. [with three tables of bridge and a r»n Manners of SI. Louis. Mo.. • kitchen shower complimenting Miss »' rived to spend the weekend here 'Maxwell. ' us guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Mal.- thews and daughter, Miss Laura Swain. Mr. and Mrs. O. Q. Ashley and son, John Mlcheal and Mrs." BUI Banister are spending today In with the green and candlea In pottery muggs, also out the gypsy theme, unes were told by Mrs. C. E. who was dressed like a ' fortune teller. Mrs. Paul By- [nim was voted as the most typical ITP*y attending the affair Minn., where Mr. a check-up at During the afternoon, bunco was' also attended played with Miss Clara Douglass speedway race winning first pita* and Miss Emma I In Cox received low score. The honoree WHS presented a corsage of white gardenias by the hostess. Arrangements of hydrangeas in pastel shades were used as decorations In the entertaining rooms. Miss Sarah Langston entertained j Helen yesterday at her horiie In son would have to be removed from his position on the Arkansas Commemorative Commission to accept the new post. The other candidate Is Johnny Campbell, Phillips County farmer. "Both are my frlemb and both are good men," I.aney .said. The governor also must fill the Supreme Court post led vacnnt by the death of Justice E. L. Mclla- ncy, And apparently (llllnn the tcmiwrary )x>slllon Is growing Into one of Lancy's top headaches. Dozens of lawers want the six- month Job (wllh three months re- ce.ss) so they will be called Judge the rest of their life. Top UP Newsman Named to Cover European Affairs LONDON. June 11. (UP)—R. H. Shacktord today became chief European diplomatic correspondent of the United Press. His ap[x>intment wax announced here by Earl J. Johnson. U. P. vice- president In charge of news, who Is visiting U. p. bureaus in Europe. Shnckford arrived In London this week from Washington, and will make his headquarters here. Jolm- 3011 said the assignment was made 111 the Interest of tJlving U. P. clients "a clear and authoritative picture of international affairs during Europe's struggle for peace." For the last five years. Shackford headed the U. S staff covering the American State Department in to the group Thursday nii;ht. Friday wai highlighted by tours tor the girls, and trips lor the boys to ihe Missouri College of Agriculture experiment fields, with a picnic supper being held that night. Saturday's program included a tour of Columbia, and presentation tf the Missouri delegates to th'i National 4-H Club Week, and to the American Youth Foundation meetings. Also, scholarship winners were Introduced. Saturday night a party wa.s held, and following several games, stu- denls at the University for foreign lands spoke about ttieir native lands, giving some of their country's music, and toid about 4-H club work in other lands. Insurance Company Shows Rapid Growth Life Insurance Company of Georgia has passed the »SOO,000,000 mark for life Insurance In force, with a total of »533,991.»09, George G. Hodges, Blytlieville district manager for the company, announced loday. The company operates In 11 Southern States. Outstanding gains have been .shown In the company's overall operations for the first five months of this year, Mr Hodges said. In this period ordinary life Insurance In force Ims grown $17, 994,080 and industrial life insurance has Increased »10,500,5n. Livestock 16-19. Read Courier News Want Ad«. Little Rock Merchant A-' 'ros.r^s Rotarians "When we gave tlie WPA the shovel, It was not to .dig dfches, but to dig graves In which labor coulri bury the bride of performance," Dave Qraundfesi, president j of Sterling Stores, Inc. of Little Rock, told members of the Blythe- vllcl notary chit) yesterday at their luncheon meeting. I Mr. Grimdfest. speaking oil the subject "Which Way America," centered his lalk upon the relationship of subversive activities with the freedom of the American people. Other guests of the Rotarians Included Guy IMllahunty, personnel manager of Sterling Stores in Little Rock, and T. A. Bell, Sterling Store manager here. ST. LOULS NATIONAL STOCK YARDS, 111., June n _(UP>— (USDA)—Livestock: Hogs 8,500; salable 8,000- market unevenly 25-50g higher than Thursday's averago; spo! S more. Ilroad outside demand taking most hoss Toil 25-50; bulk 180-230 Ibs 25- S6-.25; 240-270 Ibs 23.75-2475; 270300 Ibs 22.25; 160-170 Ib 350-450 Ibs 20-22.M; Including 355 ll>s at 22.25; 100-170 Ibs 24.25-24.75; 100120 Ibs 18.75-21. Sows fully 50c higher; bulk 450 Ib down 18.1519.25; heavier sows, 17.50-1850. Cattle 2,200; salable 900; calves 800, all salable. Market generally steady and active on all classes. Small lot choice mixed sleers and heifers 35; a few good cows 'i'i-'K; common and medium beef cows 18-24; canneis and cutters largely ^WEAK-f\ NERVOUSy cranky'every Month'? Are yon tronhlPrt by dlslrefii of female fuiu-lloiiaj periodic dltiurb- *"«•«* DOM this make you feel so llred. Mull-strung. n<rri-otu—at inch times? Then DO try LydU E. Plnlc- hani s Veseiahle Compound lo reHev* such ayinpionu! Pliikhsm'* Compound U ina<le especially for teamen. It also h»A wliai Doctor* call i. Monifichlc tojilc effect! Any drugstore *UDW E. PINKHAM'S A live lobster Is K reen. Due to a chemical change In boiling, th* color chungcs to red. Box Office Openi (:3« Shaw Slarls 6:45 Ojicm Sunday 1:(KI; SiarU 1:11 Continuous Shcms Saf. i SEB. Barjain Night Every Nl t b» Kictpl 8at«r4ay <* pas«« honored on Sirj«aT •« Kexy Thratrt, /. Last 'lime Today IDOtmi.K FKATUKE) The Big Sleep with Humphrey Rogari and [.awrrn Racall Vacation Days with Freildip Slewsrl anrl June I'rels«er Washington, and lie one of the best is recognized Informed reporters of his generation on foreign affairs. He accompanied American Mayo the and St. I,on Is. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Stovall — Jr. will arrive toclny from the Unl- tarlcs o! state lo foreign ministers verslty of Arkansas, Knyctteville. I co »' cr ences "In Moscow. Paris, Lonto spend the weekend here as Ruesls don * nd Ncw Yorlc - He wns In San Francisco when the United Nations organization was born, and he covered Pan-American conferences In Rio de Janeiro and Bogota. Miss McGregor Honored ;At Miscellaneous Shower i -Miss Jo Ann McGregor, bride- elect of Bstlon Pippen of St. Peters- Burf, Ha., was. honored last night when. Mxa. Wendell phllllpa en- terUined with a surprise miscellaneous shower at her home on East Dougan. Approximately « guests attended t/ie affair. f Various party games and card games were played durhig the even- Ing The honoree was presented her . gifts by the hostess. '• Miss McGregor chose for the pccasion a paLe blue chambray dress with white accessories. 1 Refreshments hostess. were served by the of honor received an Mlsa Georgia Annable of Osceola was the hlgn rfcore winner and Miss i An^th. _T , ^ ------ J "" n Stunrterler of Wilson received ; Another part of the decorations I the iow piiz< ,whlch completed the gypsy theme The guest , >waa the big blick iron wash pot -which held the Iced drlnkj. i Following the 'pot luck supper 'Mra. C. B. Barott gave the devo- :tK>MJ and prayers were offered by . }*r*. w. J. Rogers and Mrs. Marion . iWilliams. hair arrangement of white carnations from the hostess. A salad course was served the gtlesUi at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. Qu/nn Entertains With Bridge. Luncheon OSCEOLA. Ark., June II.—Mrs. Ed Qulnn was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Four Table Bridge Club with a luncheon at her home on Semmes Avenue. Guests other than club members were Mrs. A. W. Bowen and Mrs. Harry Driver. Mrs. Bowen won high score during the bridge games with. Mrs. Driver receiving the cut prize. The home was decorated for the occasion with arrangements ofsnap- dra'gons In low bowls. Mrs. Goforth Is Hostess To Club Members, Guest Mrs H. C. Blankenship was guest yesterday with members of the Thursday Rook Club when Mrs. T. W. Goforth entertained al her home. Mrs. Harold • Henson won high Bcore durin? the rook games with Mrs. Blankenship winning second high and Mrs. Neville Blakemore, rooko.. Bouquets of roses and daillics were arranged throughout the home. The hostess served a salad plate. Class Members, Guests Have Picnic at River The Seekers Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church entertained with a picnic last night at the' Mississippi River. Twenty- five class rhemben and guests, Jim Brody, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. fnA Steadman, Dick Mills and Billiard Bunch, attended the affair Recreation wu led by Miss Mamie L. Adams following the picnic. Broadcast Announced The American Legion Auxiliary Program will be broadcast over C. B. S. Sunday from 10:30 to 11:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight time, it was announced today by MIS. M. A. Middleton, radio chairman. To Direct Singing Barney Threldkeld will direct the Community Singing to be held at the Promised Lend Church, Sunday, at 7:30 p.m. Memphis. Mrs. Belle Wood and her sister- in-law, Mrs. Frank Moffett of Hot Springs, will spend (he weekend In Carulhersvllle, Mo., with relatives. (Every V/eek) All Broken Lots Spring & Summer Footwear Displayed on Rack 7.95 & 11.95 Values All Sales Cash $ flk All Salei Final e«_ s ON s IT S H O E S Ul livery Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN ft:** a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:11 p.m. Last Time Today Homcoming wffh Clark Gable and Lani Turner ranimnuiit News Continuous Showing Everyday SATURDAY Serial! "I>ick Tracy Returns" and Short Conl. Shoxs Sal. 11 ».m...H:J« p.m. inOUBLF. FKATURE) Sunday and Monday M'S Bit TECHNICOLOR NVSICK .Serial: "Tex C.ranjr«r" and Short Esther Williams I-'o\- lUovielnne Xeivs At The Hospitals RljtheTille Hospital Dismissed: J. T. Holnies, Lopanto. H. R. Crawford Jr., Dell. Terry Sue flomuvllle, Maiden. Mo. Nick Patterson, city. Corene Johnson, Osceola •Philip McKay, city. Karen Jean McCormlck. Caru- thersvllle, Mo. Walk HmplUI Dismissed: Harold Shumate am! baby. city. Mrs Jo Alice McOulre, city. E. E. Moore, Lusora. Leroy Webb, city. Mrs. Clifford Autry and baby, Stccle. Mo. Read Courier New.s Wnnt Ads. Man js, In size, mlriway between an atom and the smallest star. A year's collection of rcfu.se from houses of London, England would cover an area of 33 acres to a depth of nine feet I NOW! !at FOUNTAINS! • r.a^c_L._~t ! with • lovely greeting card Youf thoughtful r*m«mbf*nc« wM •eW *o much to th«ir happiness. M«U t list right now of th* coupfe* you know W*K> wi »oo«, Delight o*ch of qu«ltty «*{«<tkn». them with « from our wid* NICHOLS DRUGS Phone 4601 427 W. Main GIVE DAD WEMBLEY TIES From Luxurious Fabric Gorgeous Designs Choice Colon HAND PAINTED TIES MARTIN and BOYDSTON "Everything for Men & Boys" font. Showing Saturday 12:30-11:30; Cant Sbowinc Sunday 1:39 to HtOO RSTZ Sunday and Monday WHAT AN ENTERTAINMENT! Margaret sings, laughs and clowns! She's terrific in her sunniest and funniest role! Plus a big cast of show folk! 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