The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1948 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 12, 1948
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SATURDAY, JUNE l?. 19435 Ateuti Miss Ruth Morgan To Wed Lieut. Roberl H. Nelson A weddi P««ne 4461 To Become Bride This Afternoon °' " ucrcsl 'hroughoul "*" *'" >* sol«n»iwU i) 00 " *'" en Miss «'»» I**""' d »"«lH*r of Mr It u n , H ' CCOme tlle me Keveieiid A. r. Mimcy pu- "* of lhe Wilson Baptist Churcn £V *'," o''*i»i« In the presence of the tr r",-",.^ families and rlnKe • The ceremony will m the living room ot their' mansion home beloie an improvised al- &<li.l 8rce " ( ' r y a »d (jardenia trees state y»whi» cathedral taper* will bt burning ,„ u u white candle- hod« rs on eacl , sj(je o[ tht aUar Upers will be lighted by Mis., J«" Speck of Frenchman's Bayou Air*. Weldon Terry Rainwater of BJtheville, the former Miss Sara I Elizabeth Morgan, will be ),<.,- sis . rt mat ™" ot honor and only at- | tr u 11 ' Slle *'" *** 80'raed in an oil the shoulder dress of baby blue n-M fashioned with a bouffant skirt i oicr a rainbow talfeta. petticoat, Li I ner hair she will we»r * spray of ( pink raw buds and blue larkspur I «e will carry a matching arm ! Tbe bride, who will be given in marriage b y her father has chosen » Madam Emily wedding gown of imported, white marquisette fashioned on simple lines with a transparent yoke outlined with a tow decollette of satin in a filagree de- *ign A circular skirt will drop from. ^ the fitted bodice and end in a lon» ~ train. ° Her fingerlip veil of illusion will cascade Irom » tiara or seed pearls and she will carry a bouquet o! purple and white orchids interspersed with stephanotls. Capt. Jack Bond of Durant, Okla will serve Li. Nelson as best man Immediately following the ceremony ,a brilliant reception will be held in the garden of Mr. and Mii. Morgan's Golden Lake Plantation, with JOO guests from Memphis ami the tri-statc area attending. Following the reception the young couple will leave on a. wedding trip to Sacramento, Calif. Mrs. Nelson was graduated from Gulfpark College, OuUport, Miss, where she was a member of DeuV.i Chi Sigma sorority. She also attended the University of Arkansas rayetteville. and was a member ( there of the Pi Beta Phi sororily. L:eut. Nelson was graduated fro n . finead College in Boai. Ala., and during the war he served one year with the Thirteenth Air Force in •. the Pacific Ihealer. He was form- | erly stationed at Keesler Field, Bi- ioxi, Miss., and now attend Ra- oar school in Sacramento. Out oi lown guests attending included Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gamble, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Barnett, Mr. auj Mrs. U. M. Finch, A. D. McWorder, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ferguson Mr >nd Mrs. H. H. Walton, Mr an Bits of News COUIUKR NKWS —• _,,.. junior Misses Win Contest M,ss Ruth Deverette Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mr,. Je M , e Morgan of wiUon. win become the,bride of u. Hubert Howard N son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve T. Nelson of Nelson, Ga.. in » ceremonv 3 olemnl Z ed ., , he home 0 , the bridc ., ^^ ^ ^J^ 1 " 01 * Mrs. McGregor Hostess To Bunco Club, Guests Mrs. Fred McGregor was hostess members of the Alpha Bela Bunco Club and three guests.»Mrs Bill Oilbow, Miss Mildred Meador and Mrs. Raymon Shamlin at lhe home of her Mother. Mrs. G. w. Smith on West Main. Mrs. Gilbow won high score during the afternoon games. Mrs Joe! Francis won low scare and Mrs JBCK Marsh, bunco. Attractive arrangements of shas- Jecorate the home. Two Lutheran Men Plan To Attend Convention The Rev. Robert j.eger. p.stor or the Lutheran church In Blythe- and James R. Deal will T p"e w"lh eS LdTr m k' setre5hmem5 | Bati0 " S '™ '» "» vine tend the 67(.h convention of the rh, slc ™ Distrlct °« the Lutheran Cnurcl^Missonrl Synod to b« held June M to l« » t ConcordU "seminary In St. Louis. Ma. The Western District of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod i, one of the 34 Districts of this inter' national church body of a 'million snd a half members. The district l comprises more than 200 congre- Siie Osborne left for Detroit, Mich., today where she will \ls>' wltli relatives tor three weeks, she wil. also vacation hi Canada before leluriuiiE home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard II Phillips and son. Chuck, Icti last mgiiL (or St. i,oi,, 5 , MO, where Ihr-y will nllcnd lhe wedding of his brother. Jimmy Plnllins to Miss Jean Col-son. They will also visit with h.. r brothers, rred and Btiwaid u e Pipkin while there. Mrs. E. R. Mason left yesterday by pl-me lor Bethesdn. MaryliinO where .vhe will spend two weeks us 6UCSI of her sister, Mrs. Hamilton Tulbott and Mr. Talbott. Miss Martel Clark, who lias been I lie houseguesl of Miss J« Anne Shanks <nd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanks for .several days leturned to her home yesterday in fordyce. Miss Clarlt' and Miss Slmnks w<:r« classmates at TI-XUS State College lor Women. Demon Tex. Mrs. Harry Golrten returned In her home ytv.ciday In Memphis alter spending several duvs here i> Burst of Mr. and Mrs. W/E. Wadti. Mr. and Mrs. William c, Kimbley of Cemrsilla. Mo., returned home ye.stcrday alter R two weeks visit with his aunt and uncle Drs Carl urn Edna Nles. Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Gordon and dsuRhter,» HfUriciu, returned to thfir home in Houllta. Miss., loday afler .spending a week here witn Mr. and Mr f . T. I. seay and family. They were accompanied home by Aim Sc:>y, who will spend sev- cr.ll weeks there wilh them. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Moore Sr. ielt oday for Riplcy, Tcnn.. where they will aitencl the orgnn recilal of their son. L. T. Moore Jr.. to be held at the First feaptLst Church there tomorrow nlRlu. during Hid dedication ol K new OIKKII for the church. Mr. and Mr.v n. L. Wade Sr. nre spending the weekend in Union City, Tenn., where they will vis't with their sons, Hubert and Fred Wade and families. Miss Geraldtne Trlplehorne or Tulsa. Okla., is lhe houseguesl of Mr. »nd Mrs .E. A. Rice and son Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Pord returned Closing Exercises Meld ror Vacalion Bible School Commcncc-nient exe At the becit K UJ Jimmy Lowe presente progrnin on the < the be«rinp! of for exr-rrisi'S. n 15 niinu:!: lies, after which colors nnd the last night Chicago. Ill,, where Mr. Ford attended the General Lee Garrott. Jinunin ifl , ' M ;J Bobbie Jo Alley ,-i,,d Uomm ix-,i" f'u"' ^'^ 8CS wcle R ' von 1(J th(1 >«'•' "R*s followed by n,c group .slnn- mg "America." ' The primaries, under ..-.^..v.^vj uni; vjciiei.u uu American Life Insurance Company Be lion of Mrs. Jaines Te: "•ry nnd Mrs. Dr white there. Gean Atkinson t -—.-...un 10 nuw HUIC to be back at his office after having been ill at his home since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramey and "inmy, of Chicago are the Mrs. Hicks Is Hostess To Y.M.B. Club Members Mrs. Charlie Mrs. John Spalding, Mr.'and Mrs. t Tnur sday night when she enterUinl John Waterman, Mr. and Mrs Ho- I ed members of the Y M B tJtnb ward Ballon all of Memphis, M-. | at h er home. Honored members Arkansas. Missouri and Tennessee The District meets In annual convention, except in |ho« yeara when the national church body meeU to elect District officers and to determine church policy and practice H..*. was ho Bt e S ,!.^f he r n ax^xar i .nS a lay delegate elected by the congregation. The convention will open with ward Ballon all of Memphis, M-. '. al h er home. Honored membe ind M«. j. p DeHossitt and Mr. ' Ior the evening was Mrs Laeron «nd Mrs. W. W. Campbell of For-! Whittle. rest City, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. ' The p °t luck supper M-as served rf i , ,,, "" Hughes and daughter. Miss Nancy l /rom ' h « dining table which was ! f cleBat ff wlu D « h° Hughes of Blytheville. Miss Jaj'i ! centered with a striking arrange ! lnary ' th « la rge.rt E Kimbro of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. i ™ent of sweetpeas in pastel shades ' "o'ldv to th?^ St , U< " "l a low crystal bowl • solely to '"* preparation During the evening,'various party ' f ° r "" mlnistr 5'- games were played with prizes be- by the four ushers who were Ralph Nichols, Wcndnll Keeling Mi"«Teny and Richard Slrubhnr T'',c Sam "H* P ''" yel ' "' as '" Vc " by ' Bll " ly tnc response. " Eighteen kindcrirarlen childrLii ^ Jto .,. Pme Bluff. 'Ark., where; tile orgnnlsi lor'"ihe pros^n "leil G,adsle,n-and M^ j Z,^^ .»i "dU^t ^ re tomorrow at the | was 1,-d by the f^v. L,.., t( , r u' sir°l, Mr.l liar, 'lllls was I ol lowed by u dranri • Che Prodigal Son ' which wn.s presented by William Via „.--._ ... . ,., c tjujji. nrK., where: David will be an usher at the wed- I ding of Jerry Gcraldine Bai Temple Anstic Emetti Uiere. Gladsteln nnd Mr. Sylveslcr wrre roommates «t '1'ei-as A^ and M. Col- College. --- -- ...... , . o- and also Oklahoma A and M . "»-i-Li nii-jj a | vuiAtrgc. commimlon Service Monday in the I Mrs. E. P. still spent chapel of Concordla Seminary. The '" "' '-'- C. W. Marlin, Mr. and Mrs A L ' Warren. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Burcii ! all of Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. BjO ied at the sem- nt semi- devoted of men . . rs. jO paye w przes be- Bonough, Mr. and Mrs. Roberl Hor- ! 1ng won h . v Mrs. Whittle and Mrs , . . - . ncr and daughter, Msrgueritte, anil Clayton Holder. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curtis of Helena, Mrs. Roy S Walker of Marietta. Ga., and Nelson, Ga., bridegroom. Miss Sue Nelson of both sisters of the J"i. Wliss Watson Is Bride Of Thomas Honeycutt Mr .and Mrs. Claude Thaxton to-' day-announce the marriage of Miss Maude Watson of Blytheville to Thomas Honeycutt. son of Robert -Hone.vemt and the late Mrs Honev- cutl of Morrilton. ' The wedding was solemnized vcs- tcrday at the home of the Rev Ray L. McLcstcr, pastor of the Promised Land and Yarbro Methodist Cnurchcs In the presence of close friends of the couple. The bride wore a two piece frock of aqua linen with white accessories- Mr. and Mrs. Thaxton were the couples only attendants Mrs. Thaxton chose ior lhe occasion a blue linen dress with white accessories. Mrs. Honeycutt attended Blv- t!,eviIJ c High Sclnol and Mr Honeycutt attended Morrilton HMi School and served two years with the army during World War n. Following a brief wedding trip the couple will return to Walnut Ridge to make their home. Pot-Luck Dinner Is Held At R. A. CopeUd Home Mrs R. A. Copelund was hoste ne pot-luck at ^_ _^ Mrs. Hoss Moore with luncheon at 12 o'clock: The dinner w'as served from the dining room table which was overlaid V'lth a white linen cloth and cenlercd with a striking arram>c- ment of Spring flowers. Following the lunciieuu. ruuk WRS Pl«yed and prizes were won by Mrs. A. A. Hardy, hieh. Mrs Paul Byrum,, sec-oiid and .Mrs. R. rt. Copeland, rooko. Bouquets of byrirangeas. ro.<.t<=; phlox ami chrysanthemums wero arranged throughout DIE home for the occasion. Elliotl Fletcher Chapter Meets at Loy Welch Home Mrs. Zeller Entertains G. N. B. Club, Guests Mrs. Louis Zeller was hostess last •night at her home to Members of the G.N.BCIub and four guests. Mrs. Paul Manon. Mrs. Weldon Nebcl ;f ,,^: t ., We . cdm » n •««> M"'. During the evening when bunco Norvllle irum- Mrs. ' Blanken- played, Mrs. pnrey won bunco. "' * n<J Shirley Book Hostess At Informal Party Shirley Book entertained members of the Junior Sunday School of The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the united Daughter.? of the Confederacy met Thursday at the home of Mrs. i.oy Welch for a two course luncheon. Co-hostesses were.Mrs J. B. Clark. Mrs. J D. Uarksdalc. Mrs. M. FUzsimmons, Mrs. R. c. Rose. Mrs. D. E. Logan. Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks and Mrs. c- B. Wood of Luxora. Bouquets of roses and zinnias in Spring shades were placed throughout the home. The hostess served a dessert course snd iced drinks. * * " At The Hospitals Biylheville Hospital Dismissed: Dalton Dickey. Havii Mo "alls Ho*nlui Dismissed: Mrs. Horace Walpolc, city- Mrs. Danny -Bilbrcy, city ^lr.<. Allen Forsythe ciiv Mrs. L. R. Pate, R t . i/ ci |•Jo Anne Bowlin. Armorcl MM. Prcd Boyett Jr., »nd In Memphis. Miss Virginia Swearengen. who attends Arkansas Stale College Joncsuoro, is spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen Sr She came home especially to attend (he wedding of Miss Helen Whistle lo- niorrow in Manila where she will be one of the bridesmaids. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Razer moved Irom their home on Chickasnw- ba Avenue yesterday, to their new home on Holly Street Edward K. Brook has returned lo hii home in Oklahoma dry >.. after spending a week here as guest of his daughter, Mrs. Oc«n Atkinson, Dr. Atkinson an dson, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. O'Shca, and son, Johnny .of Tallulah La n-v spending a week here as guests of Mrs. OShea's mother, Mrs w A Edwards. Mrs. Giissle Benn and Mrs. Glen ' Thomas, are spending ihe weekend m St. Loul.'. Mo., where' they will attend the ban games. Condition of Mrs. Johnnie Moore who underwent a major operation' at the Baptist Memorial Hospitp.i m Memphis yesterday is satbfac'.n- ry. She accompanied there by her hii.strend. her mother. Mis Lfe Moorr njid f.vo sisters, Mrs Jot iieevrs of Marston. Mo. and 'Mrs Andrew Cunley. Mr. Moore remained there with her. , a upn Nichols, B.lhc Sam Handley Itich- ard Strubhar and Mike Terry The junior class rend lhe'scrip- lure taken from Uiko and nt the conclusion o/ the program Ih" Wetenkamp Again Heads Knights Of Columbus ?ry« •• Coming * Sociol iiMt kl/cticle Kl -i •nups. Circle Oro .,,1 .»* 0-"..|->. OJIL1U U1IIJ Mil tttf. M:,|>I ( , l,,,,, S ( 0i .,| „,,,, Cjr ; tli 1 I»o. MIS. NCWI shon Women's s,«.leiy <if 'ciulstian r^T ."' lho Klrs l MetliodUl, iii,i. \ i |110 8'«'» st llu> ..hurch at a;M „.„,. with Mrs! ^ Women's Auxiliary of the first. I rMljyterhui church inectlnij in circle groups. Circle One, Mrs W Jl. rrase wllii Mrs. Itonry Ijiy.son a a ro-»u»l«s»; Circle Two, Mrs, |Uv- moii Canton; Circle Three, Mn, Aubrey Conwny; circlu Kuur with Mrs. C. M. Hlnkeinore with Mrs C I'. Hiiiubo as i:<i-linsu-.s.s nl 2:30 n m niul HiiKhuss Woinen'.s Circle wit! iiiffl at the homo ot Mr s C M Cliuy wllh Mlw May Dixoii <«' cu-' liosu-ss at 8 o'clock. Women's Missionary Union of Urn Hi*l llniitlsl Church will meet i,, circle groujw. Cln-le one will mwi at the horns' ol Mrs. b H llnv- Circle Two, Mu. 'ivil King-'circ'li I hree. Mrs. E. p. Dlonirm" Circle Pour. Mrs. Jnck llulo; Circle Fi"c' Mrs, Sum Williams; nnd cirdo six' Mrs. 13on llali.y. G. E. O. Club iiir-i'ling at the home Mtes Ila Rogers. Women's Council « »h« Chrlsiian church aiertlnjte Ji'oups, Faith grou;i, Mn "cblnson; Hope group Mrs JtaJlt."" 1 ^^ 8r ° UP ' Mf *' Tuesday Trl-'I'own Club meeting U home ot Mrs. Newton Whiti,. Civic Calindar i Monday Junior Chamber of Con Bonrd of Directors—7:3fl 'UWMtay Lion', club, Hotel NoW*-l»:» American Leglon-8:00 p.m. Wednesday Klwnnas Club, Hotel Nobl«—1J'- 10 [ i , ' d/j'u™ '^ " lar '" c w»» selected as tin:, iirick-ey of n osccola" l olh<T of- elected last night „,-„ ^ ,„' 'I'inik Wanner, ctianccllor- Ji m "Hi! Kiu» H y. ,-erorder; Felix Coone .isilicr; Dcorge . Glsh. advocate lie* Moses, warden; Paul Grcei 1. Inside guard and Archie Pi-re outside ximrd. Trustees are c :mnc. three years. G O Poet two years »n,i j. \ V . c <«, one year I lie flnlcliil sncrelnry nnd Ir-t-im' n nrc unpointed by the man •.mum. Mr. Wctenknmp np|x>int,, his same aides of I MI yenr „.„ were, W. C. SK-mof. ilnanclal sec The new u.,n,s will bcsin July lhe imta.latlon buiiQuct will b held In J,,|y, wltli councils tr<» . Pnragould, Pocalioiun »i>d others atlcndlni;. A. P. Jone,, o Jonasboro, state deputy, will be i charge ot liic insinuation service. B'-oup sung three songs under th direction of Mrs. Lowe, Hcv. Slrnhliai iircsenlRd the di |)!omas to the stiidciil.s with 40 pu nils having perfect ntlendance Following n,c benediction 111 pnrcnls were shown the vnrlou woiks of pjich v.onlinuous Shows Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1 :-ls Show Starts 2:01) I.ISTKN •!() KLCN Ho* Otflc« Op«n« I:M Shuw SturU «:»i <'p<-li» Sunday 1:M; SUtU !•!• C'ontlnunuj SliDw, Sat. * 8 >B . Harsaln Ni»ht Kvtrj \lfht Kvceiil Saturda; .^» iwssen honored on Koxy Theatre Saturday "Fighting Vigilantes" with I.ash Ij. Ru, Serial: "III,* Tracy K-lurnj" N.. | anil Cartoon- i>t. Sl.iiws S 0 I. UiM-llilt p.m. baby. Jersey d 10 cattle first were Intro- English arglciiltiire in Missco Singert to M»tt Other than the 18 members, there ',, Tl>e Miss «slppl County Singins were two guests. Mrs. A. J. Cole, i c -°" v "'lioii will be held' tomorrow «iio is (he state registrar of U. D. '„ "J}°°" beginning at 2 o'clock at C. and Mrs. Alma Karnden. presi- I, *"" "^Pcl Tabernacle on till,. . pres- of the James Franklin Davics ' Sll ' ect Chapter at Wilson. Luncheon was served at small tables which were centered uil the First Baptist Church 'cdncsciay night with an informal tab ^rty at the home of her narentf I " , ....... ~'" --•"-•--" -nn ^ r- and Mrs. Author Book on •', »'.«*«• Other early Summer >rth First Street. flowers vvcrc arranged throughout During lhe evening, various par- ly games and contests were played - " — --V..H.QIO «tlt [JlrtJLU by the group, after which refreshments were served by the hostess. NOW! Ihe home fffA'Sf .S-I over the meeting by M president. The o! at the lion of ..._ _ ; W. T. Oberst Cole lold of j Us activities d Harndew gave a report of 11 Mies of the Wilson chapter. U '° charter Ambers ng since the organlza- UD ' C - i" I™ *'*re Mrs. ) FREE TRANSPORTATION To Air Base Swimming Pool Via Airways Bus Line Pool Open Daily-10 a.n.. 15c&25c $5,000 Liability Insurance Carried On Each Person LIFEGUARDS Bill Walker Ml -,, Mory Gr(|y II ill Attend Servicts at The First Church of tht N««r.n, Corner First and Sycamore Streets SUNDAY FOUNTAINS! Everywhere' ' 11 A. M. "Glorious Dving" 8 l>. M. Rev. J. W. Shori.'Dlsi. Superintwrfent of Arkansas District Special singing by quartet Denie! Srcfrord, SATURDAY "Smoky River Serenade" »Hh tin: Hmwlrr Hut Klmts Serl.l: •••!>» Cramer" No. n • ml Carl-,,,,, Cunt. Showing Saturday 11:110-11:30 Sunday, and Monday (DOIIHI.K FKATIJKK) N-S-H't BIB ItCHN(CDie» M»SIN[ day mid "The Big City" Paramount N tw s and Sclttlp,! Shorts i:«nt. SJ,o«lni( SuncUy l:ts til n :UO 'LEO GORCEYti L BOWERY BOY RITZ Sunday and Monday Qughs and down5 , and role! P| U5 a big cost of show folk! M-G-M',» big hearted drama with song$ EXCITEMENT FROM DAWN TO DUSK! MARGARET O'BRIEN ROBERT PRESTON ' DANNY THOMAS ' GEORGf KARIN MURPHY -BOOTH, EDWARD BUTCH ARNOLD -JENKINS and /nl lo (fie Scr GARRETT - LEHMANN * NORMAN TAUROG • Pr ^,, by JOE PASfERNAK f'aramounl News and vSelccted Shorts Continuous Showing Sundny, 1:15 n.-pfl

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