The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 6, 1948
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f AGE TOUR BLYTHKVIU.K (AUK.> COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1948 Phone Wedding Plans Announced By MUs Ruth Virginia Seay MSn Ruth Virginia Seay, daugli- t«r of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ivy Se»y. today made known plans for her m»ni««e to Grady Guy Magcc. •on o( the Rev. and Mrs. Quy Dawson Mmgee ol Carlisle, formerly o( Blythevllle. Th« double ring ceremony will be wtemnlKd Tuesday morning. July ft, *t 10 o'clock, in the home of the bride's parents at 1914 Chlcka- »irti«,' with the Rev. Mr. Magee officiating. Nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. Rouse Harp, pianist and Miss Mary Ann Parks, vocalist. Miss Seay will be given In marriage by her father. Miss Ivy Louise Sety, sister of the bride-elect, will serve as maid of honor and junior bridesmaids will be Ann Prentls Seay, also- a sister of the bride- elect, and Carol Whltaker of Wilson. Tapers will be llglited by Miss Jo Ann Shanks. Irby Randall Hawks will serve Mr Mr-gee as best man and Harel Floyd Seay, brother of (he bride- elect, will be an usher. Following the wedlng, a reception . will be held. Miss Julia Ann Wood son will be in charge of the bride's book and Mrs. Forrest Moore, Mrs. Floyd Seay and Mrs. Frank Seay will assist in serving. Memphis Queen nformal Morning Parly tanors Mrs. Tomlinson Mn. Jin. Craflon was hostesa Friday rooming at her Home with an Informal morning parly honoring her tlster-ln law, Mrs. Frank romllnson of Houston, Tex. Approximately 100 guests called between the hours of 10:30 and 13 o'clock. Mrs. Tomlinson and Mrs. Crafton were In Ihe receiving line to greet Bits of News $ Mr. and Mrs. Q. I,. Muii and son, George, will leave tomorrow for G'lie s tcr, Pa., where they will visit will] their daughter and sister, Mrs. C. K. llcndrlckson, Mr. Heiulrlcle- son and daughters, Connie anc Catliy. and son, David. ThO-'e from Blytlieville who spent (lie 4th of July holidays at Norfolk were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardy and thoir hoiuegiiext, Mr, and Mrs. Sam Hardy of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cates. Mr. and Mrs, Zal B. Hmrlxon. Mr. the guesU u> they entered the I an d MM. .;. U Nabers and daughter, home. Mary Jo, Mirttta Ann Llntzeiiicl', A yellow and white color scheme Mr. nn<f*Mrs. nob Jiarnfs, Mr. a ' was carried out In all the decorations of the home, with bouquets of yellow day lilies and yellow and white shasta daisies adding to the attractiveness of the home. The dining room tal)le, from which assorted party foods were served, was overlaid with Maderlii cloth nnel centered with » novel nrrangcmcnt of yellow and white flowers In * low crystal bowl, flanked by yellow tapers burning In crystal candelabra. Mrs. Lloyd dodlcy of Osceola, 1 Mrs. Rosco Crafton. Mrs. Aclolph I Helnlcke and Mrs. Wade Jefferies ' presided over the tnble and were assisted by Misses Ramoni and Mary Sue Craflon. Miss Anna Loe Bar hum Is Surprise SllOWei' GlVCO Miss Overman Hostess To Baptist Y. W. A. Blb> Qucin of Mrmphti She wo.i oi\ rounls of Health, he; | sonallly, and royally over about 430 • 1 babies cntorcri in tiie Memphis 1 I Eastern star contest June 29. Tlie quern is shown with hey Jly? J™! Honoring Mrs. Richardson Mrs. Jimmy Richardson was honored Friday night when Mrs. Pat. .. • Chltman and Mrs. Duck Ilonsh com- Mlss Lounclle Overniitii was hos- mother, Mrs. lirucc Darlinm. She Is ; less last night at the home ol Mrs. the granddaughter of Judge George ; C. E. Johnson to six members of j. HarhiUM of Blythevllle. and Mrs. i i pllmented her with a surprise shower at Mrs. Roucli's home. the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. During the business meeting old . M'ls'YitiYp'iiml jii..., and new business was discussed. ; hanl attended the baby show Harp, the former Miss ley Barnaul is her si.stcr. Mr. by evening bunco game* ir<i Jr., high, Mrs. Mrs. H. R. Schinnck, Mr. and Mrs. Percy WriRht and son, Don, and Mr. and Mrs. Dob Coleman and iamlly. Mr. and Mrs. Vlrull E. Williams :*nd dau^liU'i", Jnnel Kny and MI.J. C. W. Forrest and son, Hobby, Kpent ye.steidav in Memuhls. 11111 Scj'iintom of Jacksonville PU.. spent the weekend here A.; aucst ol Russell Pl\llll|« Jr. Jane Christy of Memphis has ar- ilved-to siwnd ten d;iys here us nnest of hci ^randparent.s, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Christy. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Johnson and daughter, Iloxtu-.n, Sophia Ann Bright. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hearn and Mr. und Mrs. Harry Hearn left Saturday lor a ten days camping trip at Wapenauka Lake. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Webster hii'l as their guests over the weekend, Chester Nonnar. nnd family of Helena, nud Bruce Bailey of Helena. They returned to their homes yesterday afternoon. Wilbur VanCIcve and his fiance, Miss Midelllnc Nell of Joiiesboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Dewltt VanCleve and daughter, have returned home from New Orleans, where they s|)em Sam P. McKenxi'e Joint Low Firm in Georgia Sam P, McKenzie, son o! W. II. MC'l<.eii7.ic ol Blythcville is now a member of the Carter and Carter ftosamon, Jr., nine-year-old Lf- panta )ad, In nlverdale Tunnel near Lepanto; PYed Maurllz, a M-year!old Johnson County man, In Nlmrod Lake near Dardcnelle; and Jean Stewart Reynolds, a M-year-old ^ law firm In Atlanta, On. The nsnie Bcnton County farmer. In While o! the firm has been changed to Carter, Carter and MiKcnzie. Their offices arc located In suite 910 Grair, Building in Atlanta. ACCIDENTT (Cimllniierl from rage I.) River. Soldier Dies In 1'lane Crash Tlie airplane crash victim was S. S?t. l-ee Houston Hamilton, a 21- year-old Grlfflthvlle man. The light plane in whlc hlic anrl another soldier were flylnc crashed near his home. S. Sst. Alfred Pool was less seriously injured. Stanley Jewel Johnson, a 21-year- old Pine Bluff employe of the state lancou.s causes, including one air- Highway Department, died of knife plane crash wounds inflicted by an unidentified Mrs. Gale W. Meadows, a 47-vcar- m . al h J° llns °n »'»! L™ other fine ol«l Pine nluff matron, was killed "'"" "''" '' f " dnlsU "T <l °'l* hlB "instantly when the car in which ^"Johnson^s at^ed"".; she was riding overturned in a ne srlt a i one ln lne car Hf . S(J( '_ ditch two miles South ol Arkadel- fei'ed cashes on the chest and backup; plila on Highway 61. Three others In ! Clyde Murray, u 37-year-old^' Ihe car were Injured. i Jonesboro man. shot himself fal- Joseph Burton Rogo,,. a 38-year- Z^°'"^ 0 ^'^ odl Malvern overseas veteran, was Murray, 32. is In a c'ri^ai killed when his car overturned on condition in a JoMsboro hsopilal. highway 61 near Malvern. Jodie Evans, a Magnolia Negro, Other holiday truffle victims were w - as shot by another Nopro. Officers Leonard N. Austin, 36, of Conway, said the death was justifiable horn- . , , , near Conway; Willie W- Rav, 15, lcltle - Tnimr>n and Sinlin holding a conference? No, Harry and Joe arc jusl VV.TX mr-clelF, ritlint; [o n children's f;iir onlside Paris. Tlie fair fo;i1nrrd n p^r.ifle of '.v.ix itvnges i opre^cntinE famous personages. (Ph^lo by N'-"A - *--MI" H-irr rorropnoivVnl Jenn Phillipe Carson.) near Magnolia; and Si Robertson, a Negro, on the Camden-El Dorado highway. The drowning victims were Dan White, a 46-year-old farmer, In Tyronza River near Twist; Arthur The victim of a train accident was Hyder U Davis, Jr. ot Pine Bluff. » Negro. He was struck by a Cotton Belt train as he lay on the tracks in Pine Bluff. ler sister Mr a'i'l "' """• ™"" c •"•" - •>" ~' Irom New Orleans, wncre ,ulgc and Mrs. Brr- j R'chnrdshon. low and Mrs. Ixirene , R T . eek vlsl( | ng relatives. Meinphl.s when Anmv l>ec wus i crowned queen. The devotional was given by Miss Catherine Graham and Miss Graham and Miss Overman partlcl- paled on the program. Tlie meeting was dlsmUwd with prayer. ... D • n • T W7 J Refreshment* were served by the [YllSS bonilie brinn Is Wed hostess. Dinner Party Is Given By Mr., Mrs. Forrest Mr. and Mrs. u. W. Forrest were host and hostess Sunday when they To Billy Leslie Phillips MI.SS Bonnie Brooks Brinn became the brirle ol Hilly Ix-slic Phillips .son of (lie Inlc Mr. mid i peas In vivid shades were arranKed throughout the home. Refreshments of « sandwich plate and Iced drinks were served to the 12 guests attending. Wesleyan Guild Meets At Church For Business Mlrs Delsie Stewart was hostess Mrs. Mack Lain Phillips ol llelldcr- i last tnclit to the Wesleyan Scn'lce son, Tenn., in a double rin» cere Guild of Ihe First Methodist Church .entertained with . tg»lr home. ' dinner party at . ,tDinner was served on the lawn ^«i their home from a long table, '•jirhich was covered with a wlilte cloth and centered with nn rnony solc'n'.niKd July 1, at the . when they mel nt the church »t hoine of tne bride's pareiit-'i, Mr. anU | 7:30 p.m. Mr.s. John Herbert Brhm ot Dell. | Miss Eulopia Whitworth Rave tne y'rmhgement [:/..->; flowers. 'I,-: Quests who of mixed attended Summer Included John H. Urinn, brothei of tin bride, who is pastor of the Church of Christ in Murray, Ky., officiated at the ceremony in the presence ot a lar^e number of friends and rel- i p.tive.s. ' A program ol nuptial music w;u fsented by Miss Sn'e Whistle. Ntlss Bwrlenc Brinu vuis her sis- •:'^Mr. ind Mrs. V- A. Jones and chll- 1 \5Fdren, Bttty and Charles, Mr. mul . ' )ri v ^flMfrs- 'James FVDrrest and daughter, ,?':-.P*t»nn» Lynn, Bobby Forrest. Mr. V^'iUXl Mrs. Virgil E. Williams and - ... i jv;?jlaughter, Janet Kay, flic Rev. H. j ricti "" « n " touqtiet of ])ink sweet- ..>^i'ii'Robinson »nd Mrs. Mary Robin-i 1)l-iu ' t rosl '- s - , . i&'ion I The bride, given In marriage by [ ,?.^j«iinn» Lynn, Bobby Forrest. Mr. , tcr ' s mnlrt •'*' ' tmm : f he . ch ° se ="" I ytn *: '•-•••• -• Williams and ac l ua Ellen Kayc ori»lnnl and car- | Miss ilevotlonal and Mrs. Fieri Stcartmnii was In charge of the program entitled "G*Ts Wry In Poland". During the lnisinc.« meeting it was announced that live boxes of clothing hart been sent to t!\i Church World Service and Hint t'.ie group would continue to send clothing during the remainder of Iho Stewart n. c .sistecl by Mi:^ ii. Following dinner, the remainder ! her father, wore a frock o! wln'.e Whitworth served a dessert course. , , the afternoon was si«nt Inform- ' embroidered linen shantung with white accessories. Her arm bouquc: was of lilies of the valley centered with :> fiisbla throated orchid. Paul Whistle, cousin of the bride, served Mr. Phillips as best man, A reception was hold immediately tollosvins the ceremony nt Ili3 night to members of Circle ! b ' iitlc ' s I' 0 " 1 "- Mrs - w - E - l ' olt " nni1 I Mrs , j Pl)0 . ruvora Mrs. oJhi\ Brinn presided over irw I Mrs - J - - 1 - ™ve, i^uxoia. tnWe. After the reception the couple left £^;«By'by the guests ^ 4JBusiness Women's Circle ' '/.l/feets With Mrs. Rodgers W. J. Rodgers WHS hostess At The Hosoitals niytherllle Hospllil Dismissed: K, W. Simmons, city. R. H. P. Burks, city. Mrs. Johnnie Grlggs, city. Kosalle Johnson, city. Mrs. Crows Fowler. Steele. Mo. Walh Hospital Dismissed: ^3b(fht of the Business Women's Cir- ffcVe ot the First Baptist Church. Tjbcre were 10 members and one ,«ltor, Mrs. John Mftyes, present. ^. ^The meeting was opened with the of the watch word, after ••;Which Mrs. Edna Priest led the! sionary /iafoup In pmyer. Mrs. B. W. \Voot- flott, at which time the various re- were given. Mrs. Charles Evans rive the fifth chapter from the thersville, Mo., Mis. John t,. Lewis : aion study book, and also the ol Blsthcvillc. Miss Ors rhillliw ol , I ; f.-~^fcvotlcmal, in keeping wWi the «h Clnrksrta\e. Miss.. Mr. and Mis. Ho- I ^f'itf July mer C. Richie of Monetlc, Ark., Mr. i' : '.--'^"The group was dismissed with and Mrs. Charles Brown of P»- :-;-*;Wjrayer by Mrs. Rodgers. ] riucah, Ky.. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Following the program, refresh- ; Brinn and sons or Murray, Ky. ments were served by the hostess. 1 . . . Mrs. Alczo Thlrrls and baby. city. Mrs. Allen Butler and baby, on a wedding trip after which they j Rcccc . Mo will sail for Harlem. Holland, where M". «• h ™ rt '-. Victoria. Mr Phillip,, who is ensued in mis- [ M "- W. C. Matthews and baby. • - - -• Osceola. Mrs. Wanda Davis and baby, Rl. Out ol "town g-.Hwts attending in- ' 2 ' clt >'eluded Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wiiis- I Mrs - Tommy Germany and baU;- tic and Mifs Sue Whistle of Cam- Stcclc, Mo. wo.* yeais, resided for (be Mrs. A. L. Smith, Rt. 3, city. Mrs. Marvin Razcr. city, Mrs. M. T. Flantiagan, Luxorii. Mrs. Lawrence Little and baby, SLeele, Mo. William Tubcivllle, Holland. Mo. Miss Betiy of Memphis, was Kuc^t over the holidays of Mr. ind Mrs. Chris Tompklns and son, 3hrls. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett anil I IRIII;]ULT. Billle Marie had is their weekend quests, Mrs. Barnett's sis- Mis. Tom McGarrlty »nd ' daujhtcr, Miry McGarrlty of Mem- Mr, and Mr.s. Russell Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gee will leave tomorrow for Battle Creek, Mich., where they will spend three weeks. Misses nnmona Crafton, Mary Frances G-ines, Belly Nell Holland. Ann McLeod, Oay Garrigau and Mary Sue Crnftou accompanied by Miss Nancy Ponder of Walnut Ridge, have returned from H^ruy where [hey spent two weeks. They were met and accompanied homrt by Mr. and Mrs. Ru|)ert Crafton anrl Rosco Crafton. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock and daughter. M'.ss Emm.i Aycock and Miss Carol Ann Fondren spent ihe weekend in West Point, Miss. They were accompanied home by MISJ Linda Aycock who hod been vtsif- ing there for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Warren of St. Louis, spent the weekend here visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Mathls of Columbus, Miss., visited Mrs. Mat- hls's sister, Mr.s. E. O. Ambrose and Mr. Ambrose over,the holidays. Miss Dorthy Roysc visited her parents In Bcrryville, Ark., last weelf end. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Carville and ; children ot Wilmington. Dela., were ' the guests here yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oennlng and daughter, Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Oennlng and family. Miss Wilnia Douglas was the vc'.'kend Knest of Mr. and Mrs. :eimady Sale in Augusta. Miss Minnie Lee Jones spent the weekend in Memphis as guest of ler brother, F. E. Jones, and fam- Coming Events Social Calendar ThuiMhty 1 Octotte Club meeting at the hojne of Mrs. Lnnyston Asliforcl. \ O. N. [i. C'hib beinc; entertained | at tho lionic of Mr.s. John Tyrone. ; Thursday Rook Club mooting at \ (he home of Mrs. Neville Blaketnore. B. R. C. Club members being j entertains dat the home of Mrs. j J. A. Enderlin I l-Yitlay ' C H. C. Club meeting at the home ! of Mrs, Paul By rum. ' HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT BY READING His wocld'i doily newipop«< Till (HBjSTliN SCIEKCE HOHIIO». Yoo Wlll f , bcil-in(orond pcrjoni in y orld.wid* doily V0url ,, l the bcil-in(orn«d pCrjoni m your community on v*orld otloris you read 'thiii world-w(d« doily newspaper regularly. 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