The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 18, 1948
Page 4
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T AGE FOUR ' W,YTHKVn,M! fARK.V COUKIKR oce ety ' Engaged Phone 4461 Miss Bright Wedsj Recent Bride W.O. Geurin Jr. in Church Ceremony In a double ring ceremony solem- j nii«d this morning, at 1KOO o'clock! »t the First Presbyterian Church h«r«, Miss Dorolhy Elliabet,h Wright, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs., Percy Wright, became the bride of' William O. Geurin Jr.. son of Mr. j »nd Mrs. William O. Oeurin Sr.. of i Blylheville. . 'The Rev Harvey T. Kldd, pastor, officiated at the riles in the \>res- «n« of a. large number of friends and relatives of the younff couple. Vows were exchanged before 1111 altar covered wllh while satin with a background ot huckleberry and greenery. A fan shaped arrangement of white gladioli in a white pottery bovl was placed on the alUr and was flanked by two Ore- clan while pedeslals holding while gtadioli. Slately white cathedral tapers burning in branched caiulcl- ahra entwined with ivy, cast a :;ofl glow over the wedding parly, • Mrs. Fleetwood Boyd Joyner, organist, presented a program of nuptial music. Her numbers included Lohengrin's "Bridal Chorus," Mendelssohn's "Wedding March," "Romance," Rubenstein, "Extase," Ganne and "Because." d'Hardlot. MlM Monaghan It M»ld of llunor ] Miss Barbara Monachal! served Miss Wright as maid' of honor. She vu gowned in a Barouche original of powder blue bntisle, ballerina , , . , - - ••- lenglh. trimmed in Valenciennes ' hly I"' 1 '"-* si'UPCr last night lace accented wilh block velvet rib- ., lle soaal rooms of lllc church. Boris at the waist and neckline,' , w , c ,'' e 2* "'cmbc-rs and two i'lth short puff sleeves. Her large, L „ ' ^.l'™"' Wrtl > " llj natural color straw bat was trim- ~." s *.• c - nilli " 8s of Nashville, rhed with matching black velvet i?,?,""; 1 h ° 1 ™^ 5l °f »ci- sister, Mrs. J.1-, '-'"•"Winston Peek, present. Mis. Thomas HoneycuU of Walnut Ridge was before her marm«e here June 11, Mis.% Mauclie Watson o( Bljtheville. Pot Luck Supper Held By Pathfinders Class The Pathfinders Class of the First Methodist church had its . butterfly shajied bouquet of pink orchid pom pon -ith pltik and fus- The tables, at which tlie supper! ....„ was served, were covered wllh white I solemnized early in July, will cloths with ivy being placed the I announced at a later date. length of Hie tables. Small crys- | Miss Brinn attended Freed- Informal Party Is Given By Mr., Mrs. Harry Kirby Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby celebrated their 25lh wedding anniversary lust night alien (hey entcr- tulned with an informal parly In the Mirror Room of Noble Hotel, A silver and white color scheme was carried out In Ihe decorations of the entertaining rooms. Various colored balloons in vivid shades suspended from the celling of Hie center of the ballroom with window baskets ftllcd with white gladioli and tied with silver bows being arranged In each window. A buffet supper was served in (he evening from a long lable covered with a silver metallic cloth nnd centered wllh a Inrne silver bowl filled with a striking arrangement of white lilies nncl glnuioll. At each eml of Ihe lable were Itill silver candelabra holding burning white lapers. The tiered white wedding cake topped wilh miniature wedding bells in silver added to the attractiveness of the .setting as did the . assorted party foods, I Out of lou-n guests Included Mr. i and Mrs. Hardy c. Wllbourne of Cape Olrardeau. Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. I W. C. Wllbourne, Mr. imu Mrs. Joe | E. Wllbourne. Mr. and Mrs. Prnnk- lin Wltbotirne and Mr. and Mrs. John Wiley Jones, all of Parasould. Miss Brinn Is Engaged To Billy Leslie Phillips Mr. and Mrs. John Herbert Brinn of Dell today announced the cn- EilRcment and approaching marriage of their daughter, MlM Homilc Brooks Brinn, lo Dllly Leslie Phillips, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Mack Lnin Phillips of Henderson. Twin. Plans for Ihe marriage which will be Miss Bonnie Brooks Brinn's en- KnBcmeni to Billy Leslie Phillip* of lloi.dorson, Tenn.. wa., annonni-r <i today by her parents, Mr. and Mr.-. John Herbert Brinn ot Dell. At The Hospitals m.vlhevllle Hospital IJlMiiKsrcl: Arlan Knrr, city. Holly Wy.-iu, city. DotiKlns Raspberry, city. Dorothy Kninbo, city H, 11, Hnck. elly. Walls Hospital JUsmisscd: Bernice Aiken, Portagcvllle, Mo Mrs. W. O nine. city. Mrs. txiulse Giirdner and baby uxora. I Mrs. Joe Hlchardson and baliv | city. I W. M. .Mcl-'arlatul. Kenath, Mo. Mrs Buster Moss, O.sccola. We the Women H.v Until Mlltrll N'l-.A Stuff Writer I One of the causes for divorce. : says a professor, is that young people before nuirrlagc see each ' other throuKh a rosy haze niirt .during the courtship period neither ' has a chanc'e to really "be hiin- , self." ; 'I'he professor apparently be- ! Ihiil if yoiins peoiile could ' ; lirhsh nsioe that rosy hiiy.e ruicl ; take a good look ;it ench other— ! j fiiulls, frailties. nuiiDyinj; li.-ibits i mill all—they ivohldn't be so likelv j lo lie disappointed In their mai- Bits of Msv-/: lliuvsday Rook Club Meets wilh Mrs. Horn Mrs. Dale Horn was hostess nt her home yeslerdny to members of the which was a gift of her maternal grandmother. > She carried *. white.prayer book {opped wilh a white orchid and •howered with white satin ribbon and long white streameis. 1 Brlnkfey Doctor II Best Man ' Dr. P. E. Harrison of Bi-inkley, Ark., served Mr. Geurin us best man jind ushers were Don Wright, brother of th« bride, and Don Be- tharse. ! Immediately following the ceremony, the couple left on a wedding j rnokn. «rlp to the Ozarks, after which they I Bouquets of snapdragons a , lf i ros . ' tne services. ^•111 return here to rrmV.e their home." in iitisiel shades were arranged t The bride wore for travelling, a f U'roughout the home. Navy blue lightweight gaberdine- Tll c hostess served i dessert •ult trimmed in red. Her accessories co »rse. were In white and she pinned • • • • « White orchid at her shoulder. :Mr S . Cooper Is Honored Dr. Vise to Conduct Services At Temple Sabbath services will be held to- . ^ V ight * l B °' clo « k it the Temple Thursday Rook Club and one guest, ; Isr ael, al ^hich time Dr. Alfred Mrs. Elmer Normnn. - , vlse «'"' rend a chapter from the During the afternoon when rook Tal mud!c Book. "The Saying of sanies ' were played. Mrs. Neville i tlle Fathers." This sludy 'will be Bliikemore won high, Mrs. Hnrold - COIllil »i«<l through the Summer Hfnson, second, and Mrs Norman monln s 1" place of Ihe usual sermons A social hour will follow j Mrs. Wright, mother of the bvldc Demonstration Club Meets with Mrs. Bowen Mrs. Hawnrxf !3owcli was hostess at her home " Mrs. Herman Smith, program i frock along tailored ; te!its wore umdiictert. pri/es *o».»» •««* «^ >'< • Mrs. Stan Barton of Omaha a:U Lsxinijioii. Nebr., is the guest u.' her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. \V, .XfcCulchen for two weeks. Mr. Mrs. Dart on have purchased a home in Ojnaha. Mr. and Airs. Bert Dugan formerly of Flint, Mich., arc visitii" friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Grenr liavo as their guests this week, tlie.r dautliter. Mrs. J. H. Oxniiin of Melburn. N.J., ihcir son Ocorge Grf.i- Jr.. with Mrs. Grenr and their MX ivtcks tild son, Gcoigc Grear III ol Columbus. Ga. ^Mr.i. Bill Sccly and dauslucis. Cindy nnd Jackie of Wbithavc-n. Tenn,, are spending two weeks here iis guests of her parents, Mr. an-l Mrs. Ed Jones. Mrs. Maurice Sanders mid Mis Gene Strickland spent Wednesday in Memphis where they aitemle.'l the market. Condition of Mrs. Fletcher Fisher, who has been a patient at iln- Blytheville Hosuiial for Hie past weei:, ^s .satisfactory. Mr*. Kranlt Edrington of O.steo- la. wa-s Ihe guest of her pan-in," Mr. and Mrs, H. M. fieck vester- day. Mrs. W. C. Lcsreett nas relurnc.l home from Die Menijihu Baptist. Hospital, where she underwent .1 major operation a month ago. Slu was dismissed from the hospital a week ago to her sister's home then' and returned to her home here yesterday. Her condition is much improved. Ec'gur L. Crouch Jr. ot Washington. D.C., will arrive Saturday to *pcnd his vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar I,. Coucli and brother. Wayne. Mrs: Dan Taylor left yesterdav lor Atlanta, On., where "she idl'l make her home after spending seven weeks here us cucst of her sister, Mrs. G. H. Delong. Mr. De- loilR and son. Bill. Mrs, Tyler formerly made her home in Memphis Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer left yesterday for Hot Springs. Ark., where they will vacation for ten days. Kcsy ll;i/,p Docs H Hut isn't the profrr-sor ovcrloofc- IniJ Ihe tact that thai rosy ha;a> Is ri'.'iponsiblc tw Kintinij yo:inij coupk'.'i lo the alter? Take that away and let tlmn pet us Rood a look nt each oilier as they'll have during their tint bin fi«ht or disillusioning incident acirl they would probably never uel married al all. Sure, there are lots of young folks who can't stand the disillusionment Hun conies alter jnai-- ria[;p, when the bills are stagger- ill!:, the baby ties them down, the iu-laws have to be reckoned with, ect. Hut the ones with character and back bone just buckle down and forget the rosy hnw they once believed was reality and set about mnkiiiK a good life nml a "and nKirriaye. •Since- we can never do au'Jiv with thru rosy haze, anvhoiv sprint; and youm; folks being us they arc, shouWn't tvc try to five our young folks enough 'character to meet di.siUusionmciu without bcijjf: fiuiilcrs. rather Ulan try vainly to get them 10 see through the rosy ha/e? Separating eonl from ^ ic and otlK'i- heavy waste rot-;. ,s made easier throu«h the lisp ot a water suspension of finely ground crystalline limestone, idik-h floats the coal hut lets the heavy waste •, ik. lx>])by of Catron, Mo,. Mr- and Mrs. Tom Halsteail and Mr. and Mrs George Stilwell ot Blythcville were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs P B. Jarralt. Joel and Harold Epperson returned home Sunday after a weeks vacation \\itli Bobby Cassidy al Catron. MO., Bobby accompanied them home, for a weeks vi.sit. New Liberty News Mr. and Mr.*. A. M. Reichenberc of New- Stnyrna lleach, Fla., have returned to their home after visit- IHR Mr. and Mrs H. E. Long nnd other rrhuhps Mr. and Mrs", p.irker Cossidy and ilrs. Paul Menrle and children. Sue ! crt Chris and Paul Martin, and Mr' mid Mrs. O. W. Lincoln, all of Caruthersville. Weiltlin s Tarly Enlcrl.ilncd plate wilh Iced drinks. i Blythevilte Student i Mr. and Mrs. James Terry e; taincd members of the jiarty and the immertiat of the a j Of freer in Fraternity ntcr- ' employe ij Coming Events Social Calendar Saturday Cotillion Club members being cn- CAMOH. a pink jersey frock with .1 iricles- flowcrs. to compliment the niaici's bouquet. I An out of town guest who at- . inld-rifr sluddcrt with silver nailiicads and white ncce.s- .'orics. She pinned n corsage of white at her shoulder. president of the Alpha Chapter ot Delta Plii Fraternity, it was learned here today. Mr. Warren has only recently been plcripcd and initiated into the Fraternity. At Kirby' s Three Store Ppyse and refresh yourself while sop d-Honed comfort - AM three Kirby l i n Air rother's Day-NelTs^y. J uriP 7nm' Old Spice Shaving Sets^ . After Shave Lotion ..... $1 00 Hot Weather Cologne iheaffer Pen and Pencil Sets or Sheaffer Pens onlv. 5 ^a^ _ ^^ * .D.T. Bombs for moths, flies and mosqueroe*. High pressure bomb ^2.98 vofue only $1.75 Amity Bill Folds to $10 Tobacco, Pouches, Pipes Tartan Sun Tan ............ 59c Mexana for Heat 29c Lew prenure boml» Kiddie Heat Powder 2s^.£«rSM±jrsa=?a.K.-.-j.'--. —guaranteed freshest drugs. At Kirby r s Three Stores Kvcry Day liny OffW Opens 1 :-I5 yii'-nv Starls 2:00 1.ISTKS IX) KI.C.V Ka\ OfPee Opens B:30 h'huu Starts liit.T Opens Siniilay 1:00: Starts 1:15 Continuous Slums Sat. & Sun. H.irs.iin Nisht Kvcry Mslil i:.\repl Saturdaj No passes lionyretl on Sunday al Ilovy Thcalru Free Choice ot Motet Disapproved by Pedant COLUMBUS, O. ruP,-"R 0man . ,f ,? n(C "'!" 'i hD ' r0e Choice s i lslc '» f a ^,f !cctl <"»" would he banned ed profe.,- f o, , sot had his way, ,..,"'; A ' "', Ma'iRus. professor of ' tuial sociology, however leaves 1 'i°» of what he would ! i.™ i«.-ii>uimi iicexis ot children, and xi methods of child management. put n e ' rce cllolce system of mate! tion no lonecr works veil," Dr. - Mai g 'i brings ,J. -I,, our lnob(|c soc[o( together wo Ho nid a ,,,j nrc Incompatible. ! cmmi i cr> romnilllc love blinds couples lo each other's faults and! Imniaturillcs. They a>v.-,ke t« I "fr, t"*lc liKomimtlbllltK.., only after' ties" 1Be f01 ' Cei1 lhcm to rcali - ' > reinetlles. Dr. Mangus suggested 8:lM) j.m. p.m. <:3t) p.m l.asl Time Toilay The Bride Goes Wild f wllh Van Jnlmson and •Inno Allysor* I*aramnnn( Npws anrl SJiort Conlinuous ^Imvinj Every Day Saturday JIMMY QMfffK pi^'j^^j i /,as( 'Oime Today | IKHiBl.F. 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