The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 25, 1948
Page 4
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>AG1 POUR '(ARK.T OOUHHSR mcw» FRIDAY, JTJN'E 28, Society A/etud, * Phone 44«1 Hand Care for H 'Wedding Plans Announced *By Miss Viviennc Moore ' tUtt Vlvienrw LouiM Moore to'<Uy made known plans for her mar- !'rlaie to George Nicholas Abdou, son lot Mr. and MM, George K. Abdou 'of El Paso, Tex. Miss Moore's cn- "gagenwnt was recently announced ',by h«r mother, Mrs. N. M. Moore. < The wedding will be solemnized 'at the Church of the Immaculate 'Conception In Blythevllle at 1 10 i o'clock In the morning of Tuesday, 'July X. The' Rev. B. Francis Me- ;o«rftt will officiate at the double jrinc c«remony. A program of nuptial music will . be presented by Miss Carolyn Child, organist, and Mrs. Ernest George -of Memphis and Mrs. Charles Ab'. bott, rocalists. The bride, who will be given In 'marriage by her-uncle, David Mi chael Moore of Osceola, will have r Mrs. Eddie Pharo of Birmingham, Ala., as matron of honor and Miss . Martha Ann Moore of Osceola as : maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Josephine Shiblcy, Miss Rosa Salib«, Miss Bobble Jean Saliba and ' Miss Sara Nasser of Dothan, Ala Linda Kay Saliba and Jemia Ann •' George of Memphis, will serve as flower girls. : Edward Maluff of Birmingham will serve Mr. Abdon as best man and ushers will Include David Moore and N. M. Moore Jr.. brothers of the bride, Wardell Shibley of Sc; nath. Mo., Aziz MalufT, Thomas Shaheen and Eddie Pharo, all of Birmingham. Danny George of Osceola will serve as ringbearer and Frank Edrington of Legion Hut Is Setting For 20lh Century Dance Mr. and Mrs. Russell Haynes )Parr, Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. Uarncs Crook and Mr. and Mr« James C. Guard were hosts and lios- lesses last night when they entertained members of the 30lh Century Club and a large number of guests with a dance at the Legion Hul at "S o'clock. Decorations of the hut carried out the Fourth of July motif, with streamers of red, white and blue crepe paper being suspended n-ro,« the ceiling and around the dance floor. The table, from which assorted party foods and iocd drinks were served, was covered with a white cloth and streamers in red, white and blue were placed down the length of it. A low crystal bowl filled with red zinnias, white daisle-s and biue cornflowers centered the table and were flanked by white tapers burning in crystal candelabra. An arrangement of flowers sltiil- !f>/'»**v.~ *vy-' '• i'. 1 'i-frr rrWT»^«*.'>n«>JVi>.>< ~*"*** ANDS that dig in i garden can be given a beauty treatment while they grub, i( you'll with cream before you cover with glove*. A trick many boauty-wise wom'en then Bits of N«ws Mr. and Mn, Charles Bllllngslcy spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Poplar Bluff, Mo., as guests of Mr. Billlngslcy's aunt and uncle. On their return home they stopjwd in Ijuxora to visit Mr. Billlngsley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Bllllngsley. Mr. mm Mrs. n. C. Sevier have returned from Kankakle, III., where' they visited their daughter, Mrs. Fred L. Grable, Mr. Grable and son, Freddie. Mr. and Mr«. George Pelrlck of Hammond, Ind., are visiting friends in Blythevllle this week. Mrs. Pe- trlck is the lormer ' Miss Inez Thompson, who was at one time clinic nurse with the Mississippi County Health Unit. John II. Nave, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Nave of Dlytheville. has completed six nionlhs' (raining In iar to tlinl on the table, was placed ] t ne universal Military Trailing Ex- 011 the mantel of the lireplac* in perlmenlal Unit at Fort Knox. Ky. the ballroom. . . .- ... Oucits included Mr. and Mrs. John CaucJili, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ij. Frank Rupert AslH'ialt, Mr. and Mrs. Whitworlh. Mr. and Mrs. Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. He enlisted In the Army last January. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker of Waxahachle, Tex., have arrived in Blythcviile to make their home at Marvin ; 700 West Walnut. Mr. Becker hns ' altar boys are Eddie Jimmy Duvall. Stemac and' all d Mrs. Joe Freeman, j Mrs. William J. Rlgncy, Mri. Moore, mother of the bride, 1 Mrii ' Llo >' d WL5 ?' Mr - "'"' will entertain with a reception that 1 m Hlml iul(i Ml ' and M evening. and Mrs. Welcion Rainwater, Mr. anci Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mi-s. Jack F. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Osceola, Mr. Mr. and Mr. and ,lrs. Har- Mrs. Elkins Complimented At Dessert Bridge, Shower j ^^ Lowe of Manila, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Curtis, svho are visiting Mrs.Curtls's parent.?, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose of Ro3cland. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Bai- lant and Mrs. Howard ire of Jacksonville, Fla., Mr. and Mist Carolyn Wade was hostess' ilr5 - Dict White, Mr. tind Mrs. Joe : «t her home Wednesday night. 8 i Evrard, George Hubbard, Miss .o'clock Tith a dessert bridge party' Donna Wtinderlich, Whitney Morand mlsoellaneons shower complt- ; mentlng Mrs. Orvllle o. Elkins Jr., the former Miss Willagene Daws, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Daws, sixteen guests and three tea . guests, Mrs. Ross Moore, Mrs. O. t O. Elkins and daughter, Mary Louise, Smith. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utloy, Ur. j accepted the position as minlst<» of "'-•-— "-' -'— "- music and education at the First Baptist Church here. Dr. and Mrs. George Bridges of Paragonld were the guests yesterday of Mrs. M. W. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cozart. Mrs. Belle Wood has returned home from Caruthersville, where she attended the wedding Monday night ol her niece, Miss Margaret. Jane Dorroll to W. Paul Carmeon, which was solemnized at the First Baptist Church there. Mrs. W. L. Robinson of Atlanta, Tex., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jack O7.mcnt and family. Mrs. L. R. Sullivan had as her Eiiests yesterday her brother. K. J. Hogan and Mrs. Hogan of Memphis. Miss Jo Anne Shanks, Bob McHancy. Miss Betty Woodson, Charles Moore, Miss Carolyn Wade, Bryan Miley. Miss Mary Adah Robinson, Billy Nicholson of Osceola, and Miss Eloise Barnes. and rummy were played, Mrs. Richard Grecmvcll, ' won high In rummy, and Miss .: Mildred Ann Short, high in bridge. ! Bouquet* of roses, iris and M' ss Bowles Honored VX/ilri Shnwrrq Pivtv Wim JnOXSClS, rait} Miss Vivian Bowles, bride-elect car "|of Gene Evans of Dell, was con/, snaaes were ar-, piimented last night with a linen .out the home for Mrs. Prichard Is Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Kebaked OXFORD, Miss. (UP)—There was reason for the movie audience to laugh even If H wasn't a comedy. The movie had started depleting a has a mediocre marriage if-She and her husband no lon?cr enjoy discussing ideas. Either she or her husband counts an evening dull that ian't spent in the company of others. They make no conscious effort to keep their days from following a set pattern. The two of them have no absorbing project at the moment. The wife has stopped trying to please her husband. The husband and wife no longer bother to be courteous to each other in little ways. Wife looks on the Job of homemaking as drudgery. They live in the future, thinking that when they have more money and \ef£ worries ''everything will be different." pretty uirl lighting a cigarette. A* that moment the movie operator remembered to /lash the slide nn the screen laying—"please, no smoking." NOW! MILK AND THOSE STEWART'S VANILLA WAFERS Distributed b.> I. 1>. Fleming. Bljtheville, Ark. of FOUNTAINS , Everywhere! Dunlinuous Shows Every Day Box Offic-c Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Gary and the Bishop's Wife with Cary Grant aiiri I.oretla Yount- Paramount News and Short Continuous Showing Every ]>aj Be Mrs. Richard Prichard was host-1 c:_,,-l FverriTpc fo ess yesterday afternoon at her home \' n °' , e !,, , ° . , to members of the Thursday Rook Held lOf CnUfCn JCflOOl Club. V?hfio rook games were played during the afternoon. Mrs. Neville Blakemore won high, Mrs. Leon OSCEOLA. Ark., June 25—Closing exercises for tne Union Vacation Bible School will be held Sunday Methodists Wi7i Not Have J° DS " i A • ii/ i_ • r j ^ So says Dr. David R. Mace, gen- Morning Worship Sunday j pral S1 , cretary of England' National Marriage Guidance Counsel, in OSCEOLA, Ark., June 25—The an article, icgular 11 o'clar/; services of the : Marriage," ;Mrs. Francis Is Hostess jTo Phebean Class Members. Swimming Party Given At Walker ~ '' " " Mrs. Barker Is Hostess o Club Members, Guest ' ' this afternoon from 5 till 6:30. This school was composed of youngsters Irom the First Methodist Church, Christian Church, and Beware the Mediocre _n the June issue of Firsi Methodist Church will not be woman's Home Companion, held Sunday morning • due to the j illness of the pastor. Rev. H. J. j Coiic'nmaii, who nas been a patient i at the Memphis Methodist Hospiinl for the past week. Sunday school will he held at their regular tim-i Dr. Macp gives no yardstick by which women can measure their own marriages. One Yardstick But in my upinum ntiy warnf. and the youth fellowship will moefc j with the First Prcshvterian group .----««--•«-'*---•"""•••"* THE ; CURTAIN SHOP '• Saturday On Old Spanish Trail with Rny Rogers Serial "Tex Grafiger" No. 1» iitid Short Contintious Sho\vs Saturday 11:00 a.m.—11:30 p.m. Sunday and Mondav fa* 37»u&0t «&f Cont. Showing Sunday 1:15 til 11:00 at 6:30. This announcement \\as made by D s. Lincy. chairman of the Board of Stewards. Mrs. Copeland won high score in t J. A. I A swimming party was given last ' Mri. Kelton Francis was hostess night at Walker Park honoring | the rook games with Mrs. :!ast night to 20 members of the members of the cast of the play, | Saliba winning, rooko. .Phebean Sunday School Class of; "Lovzapopphi," which, was sponsor-- Snapdragons in pastel shades and - the First Baptist Church for a cd by the Order of the Eastern 1 roses were used to decorate the "regular business meeting and so- Star last Friday night. Mr. and ! home. , cial, at her home on Dougan Street.! Mrs. W. D. Cobb, chaperoned the f Co-hostess were Mrs. John Mayesj group. ;Mrs. Mary Lou Ellis, Mrs. Mary! Later in the evening, the group! .Ruth Cain and Mrs. Edna : Priest, j went to the Rustic Inn where re- 1 '. The business meeting was pre-; freshments were served. 1 < aided over by Mrs. J. W. Sykes, • -vice-president. Mrs. J. B. Qoff gave; Dinner Party Is \ the devotional and prayers were of-; ifered by Mrs. Theodore Logan and Honoring Hcrschel •Mrs. Winnie King. j b '. Following the meeting, a -seinerl ji rs . Herschcl Garner "'as hos- j roast was held on the lawn. , tess at her home with a birthday ; The class colors were carried out ; dinner honoring her husband Wed- •ln the decorations of the home,; ncsdav night- Thirteen guests at. which were red carnations. Other : tended. i flowers were arranged In the en- i < ttrtalning rooms. ! Refreshments were served by hostess. Rev. Brugger to Speak At Lutheran Church the The Rev. Victor Snigger of Trni- ity Lutheran Church in Memphis wll be the guest speaker at the Sunday evening services at 8 o'clock at the First Lutheran Church here. n the absence of their pastor. Sunday school \vill be held At The Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. C. Bailey, city. Mrs. RodRers. Manila. W.yts Hospital Dismissed: Clots Dixon. Lnxora. Vclbcrt McGIll, Rt. 2. city. Mrs. Floyd Dicus, Stcele Mo. Mrj. Jerry Scrape, city. Mrs. T. E. Beasley. city. Mrs. W. M. Scott, Stcele. Mo. * WE, THE WOMEN BV RUTH MII.I.KTT NKA SUrT Writer .Mrs. N. J. Humphrey Phone 815 108 So. First WOODS Drug Store I i Phone 507 W. Main ^% ; Ladies Bible Class Has • Business, Social Meeting ' The Ladles Bible Class of the First Methodist Church met last ..night at'the church for a social i and business meeting. There were : 2O members present. ': Mri. A. C. Haley gave the devo- rtiorud »nd presided during a brief ' buslrte&s session, at which time a •report w«s given on the dollar con^test- A contribution was made to : the Wayland Camp, which 'is A. •camp for Methodist young people. Dinner was served at the dining room table which was covered with a white linen cloth anr! centered with a low bowl filled with mixed Summer flowers. Mrs. Garner was assisted by her slster-hi-law, Mrs. Lawrence Garner and Mrs. Charles Davis. Dessert Bridge Is Given At R. C. Rose Residence Mrs. R. C. Rose was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Octctta Club with R. dessert bridge at her home in Roseland. During the bridge games. Mrs. During the social nour,° refresh"- j James Hill Jr. won high score and ' : ment« of sandwiches and Iced Mri - Man-in Nunn, second high. drink* were served. Bouquet* of mixed flowers were i I arranged throughout the home. ''If only wives LOOK as mucn i trouble looking after the fellowsnii) ot their marriage us they devote ro j cleaning ami polishing around the house, anci i; husbands were as careful about the smooth ruimi'..,; \ i of meir home life a s they arc about j 10:00 a.m. but there will be no morn- i t hcir cars, many divorce lawyers ] at'ing worship services. ! w °«'d scon be looking for other Economy Flavor Nutrition Xlwayi ask your grocer /or DIXIE MARGARINE at WOODS Drug Store hket/ii .1 CANDIES Exclusively in Blytheville at WOODS DRUG STORE nft'rr scfn a hnltle .. .firm as 'rw". .. net fr * or toppling. You v« fen fin applicator like ifikrs nnil enameltipfiti- 'is oj.*y as u riling > our Yoit'ie ncir.r used en/imp/ hkc th has* . . the plastic it ama-ringfv fax~ EnroB Now Minnie Lee Jones Studio Opening Summer Classes In PIANO Beginning July 1st 807 Chickasawba ATI. Phone 2594 TuiUon Reasonable iblt. amazingly longer -lading. Ami one* yo n f v € t ricd it, jort'H aJHfiYt want AOJ-/OI/ Baylor, cnfimd* 60<" Matching Upstirk, $1* you vc er seen anything like by La Cross NOTICE Boi Office Opens 6:39 Show Starts R:45 Opens .Sunday r.OO; Starts 1:1* Conthimms Shows Sat. A Sun. Bargain Night Erery Night Except Saturday r-io passes honored on Sunday Koxy Theatrt al I,as I Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Song of the Thin Man with William Fowcll and Myrna I.oy In order to provide more prompt attention to thote customers who call at our local off ice -and at the tome time arrange employee working hours to comply with national wage and hour law requirements, the following "office hours" will be observed, effective today — Monday thru Friday . 8:15 a.m. fro 4:30 p.m. Saturday ............... 8:15 a.m to 12 noon For emergency work during all other hours — night or day — please call telephone 574 for prompt, courteous service. Ark-Mo Power Co. Dav Phorit—2011 * Night Phone—57) That Way With Women with Sydney Greenstrert and Dane Clark Saturday Serial "nicfc Tracy Returns" Nr. ^ and Short Continuous Showing Saturday 12:30—11:30 Sunday and DOUBLE FEATURE K-G-M'S TOP-THRILl MELODRAMA "= -«——-~»—-^-j,-^^ THE ARNEWL

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