The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 24, 1948
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1948 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER PAGE FtVB Societ § i'lione 4161 Miss Fergison Is Wed In Evening Ceremony Miss Maxine Fergison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fergison. became the bride of Laverne Owens, jfin ol Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Owens. ^Br a ceremony solemnised last night, 8 o'clock, at the home of the bridegroom's parents. The Hev. M. R. Griffin, pastor of the Dell Baptist Church officiated in Ihe presence ol Intimate friends and relatives. Floor basket, 1 ; of white chrysanthemums and Easter lilies, flanked by stately white tapers in branched candelabra, with a background of a palms and fern, formed & setting for the wedding party. Tapers were lighted by Grade Lynn Owens, sister of the bridegroom. She wore a pnle green dress with a corsage of white tuberoses in hcr*air. A program of pre-nuptial music was presented by Mrs. M. R. Griffin, pianist .and Ray Morgan, vocalist, who sunn "I Love You Truly", by Bond and "Always" by Berlin. The bride, eivcn in marriage by her brother, Walter Followny, wore a light blue gabardine suit with black accessories and a small black hat. She carried a small white Bible topped with white gardenias and stephanotis. Mrs. Ted Wahl served as matron of honor. She wore a grey gabardine suit with wine accessories and pinned a corsage of blue Dutch iris at her shoulder. Ted Wahl served Mr. Owens as best man. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the bridegroom's home. The dining table was draped with & lace cloth and was centered with ifctiered wedding cake banked wiili ^eenery and flanked by white tapers burning in crystal candelabra. Mrs. Mannering Tonics and Mrs. J. B. Fergison presided over the table. Miss Irene Fergison, sLster of the bricle, was in charge of the guest book. Toe couple left on a brief wedding trip, alter which they will return -here to make their home, where Mr. Owens is employed by the Owens Tractor Co. • • * Rehearsal Dinner Given By Mr., Mrs. Gus Eberdt Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt entertained last night at their home with a rehearsal dinner for the Eberdt- VanCleve wedding party and members of the two immediate families. The wedding will be solemnized tomorrow afternoon. 3:30 o'clock at the Eberdt home. The three course dinner was served at one large table and two smaller tables. The email tables- were each covered with a white cloth and centered with a white taper k burning in a silver holder, banked with greenery. A low blue crystal bowl filled with Plcardy gladioli flanked by white tapers burning in blue crystal holders centered the large table. Book Review Is Given By Miss Delia Purtle Miss Delia Purtle presented a book review yesterday 2:30 p.m. at the regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Club at the Clubhouse. Hostesses were Mrs. W. D. Cobb. Mrs. G. V. Daws, Miss Camille Robinson. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, Mrs. J. L. Nabers and Mrs. L. E. Baker. Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer, president, presided during a brief business session after which Miss Purtle reviewed the book, "The Bishops Man tie", by Agnes S. Turnball. Refreshments of cherry pie and coffee were served to the 35 guests attending. Horseshoes first were used in 503 B. C.. speclrnents having been found in ruins of old British roads of that period. Wed In Candlelight Ceremony Bits of News Princess and Former Romanian King Spend > Day Skiing in the Alps DAVOS;, Swll/.erlniid. jnn. 24.-I — 1'ilnci'ss Anne of llourbon Mr. and Mrs. Grady Golf and son, Gearv, Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Miller of Iil.Mhc\illc and Hilly R«y Rtddick of Stee!e, have returned home after visiting Mr. mid Mrs. II. O. Moss and family In lloono- villc. Miss. Mrs. Pearl Hires has returned home after several keews visit wilh her] daughter. Mrs. J. W, nimn. Mr. I Dunn and children in Union Clly, Tenn. Jcrc Relrt. student at Hcndrlx College, Conwsy nrrlvecl Thursdny to spend several days wilh his par- cut*, Mr. and Mrs. Max n. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godwin will leave tomorrow for St, Louts. Mo., where they will attend to business for several days. Bllllo Lou Weedrnan, daughter of : Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurry Woeclmnn. l» I confined to her home with a severe cold. Kbordl. MimiUy llaptlst Women's Missionary Union will meet In circle groups. Circle One meel.s nt the home at Kiulerlhi; Circle Mrs. C. K. Krtds; circle l r lve meets at the home of Mrs. Chnrles Peun and Circle Six meets with Mrs. C. M, Smnii, Y, W. A. Firsl Baptist Church meeting with Miss Clilfie Overman. Gl'I.O. Club meeting with MM. Joseph W. McHiini-y, Civic Calendar Coming Events Social Calendar Sunday ML-,s Ethel Ma,- liberdl will be- ,„,.,_ come tin- bride ol Joe Vanclevc In ,,,„,.,„ „,„, ,,„„„,,. Kln M | clllu ,, a ceremony at 3:30 p.m. at the homo , of Homautn slipped out of their of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus j |, olr i t ,. 1 ,. ly , ol ,. iy , 0 R1( ; kllm , oll l " the smw-covcred .slopes alnive Davos nnd-. pos-sihly discuss plans for their forthcoming nmrrlngc. leaving family, irllnue and ui'\vs-' men behind, the royal couple ellmh- Mrs.C.S. Lemons: Circle Two mcels led hlRh Into Ihe Alps In Michael's wllh Mrs. C. W. Aflllek: Circle Three] jeep. Members of llu-ir n-llnuc suld meets nt the home ot Mrs, Alberl: they pliumed lo spend Ihe full' meets with, duy In the mountains nnd would devote of their lime lo skiing during (heir Indeflulle sliiy here. Members of Michael's entourage said he wns considering asking Anne's approval of holding their marriage in LuiiMinne. which hit* a Greek Orthodox chapel. Michael inspected the chapel closely on a recent lour of the oily. Co|M'iiluiKcn, the choice of Anne's '• father. Prince llene. has no chinch | ol Michael's denmnlimliou. Hmv- cver, with I ho u.sual uncoil iiluly CALL 4627 For Lower Cost Insurance • HOME • AUTO BUSINESS t , O, • Arkantos Mutual Aa< " /%,' W. L. Tamke, Mgr. ~jS ^' Isaacs Bldg., Blytheville, Agency Ark Mrs. Robert Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie F. Green- Dinner Parly Honors Mrs. John W. Thomas Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and Mrs. Clarence Webb were hostesses Wednesday nlpht when they enter! ' '"d with a dinner party nl the Wise home on W. Cblckasnwba, honor- iiiB Mrs. John W. Thomas, who Is leavlnu soon for Washington. D. C. to mnkc her homo. Mrs. M. A. Isaac, mother of Mrs. Tliomns, was » special puest. The dining Inble held a* a ccn- erplecc, an attractive arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums and red snapdragons. Tlie hostesses presented Mrs. Thomas with a gift. Mrs. Willie A. Hannah Engaged To Eric W. Hall Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson today announce Ihe engagement nnd approaching marriage of their daughter. Mrs. Willie Anderson Hannah lo Eric W. Hall, son ot Mrs. W. R. PxilRham ot Blytlicvllle. The wedding will be solemnized February 19. Mrs. Hannah attended Blyihevllle High School nnd is now employed Monday Junior chnmber of Commerce Hoard or Directors—1:30 p.m. Northeast Arknnsa.s Council. B. S. of A. Annual, meeting, Hotel Noble—11:30 p.m. Tuesday 1,Ion's Club—12:15 p.m. 1 Junior HlRh P. T. A Executive ri u h 17 Entertained Board - :i::iO p.m. followed by *~' ua " cnrerroinco P. T. A. meet Inn—3:00 p.m. American her.lon—7:30 p.m. \Vrtlne»day Ktwnnls Club—ll-MO p.m. and contradiction that hits marked Ihe tempestuous rtnnnnce from the beginning, nldcs said no deil- nlle choice has yet been marie. Miss Livenstcin /** *£*l see you* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3179 Hlythcville Ark. 112 Walnut 8t well, wbcse wedding was solemnized Friday evening, Jan. 10, at Hie hy ™2Pa'rlck Jewelry Store. ,,,.,., Mr. Hall is a veteran of six years Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Caruthcrsv,llc, Mo. scrvice in ,,,„ Nllvv nllci 1s u gnl<1 . uate o! Draushon Business College in Memphis. He is co-owner of the Blytheville Qurage. Miss Sue Greenwell's Marriage Is Solemnized bodice joined the full skirl which was held at the back by a double bustle bow, wilh the full skirt cx- ^ tending into a long cathedral trnln. A background of white chrysan- ' "«' f»" length veil of Illusion themuins, white gladioli and light- rcl1 Irom a starched lace coronet ed lapers provided a beautiful set- ca l>' an<1 she carried a bouquet of ting for the wcdriins of Miss Sue white orchids, lillles of the valley Greemvell. daughter of Mr and " ntl stephauolis tied with white sa- | last niBht at her home when mem- Mrs. Ronnie F. Grcenwell of Hayti "n ribbons. Her only ornament was "crs of the Junior Olrh Sunday Mo., to Robert Coleman, son of a strand of pearls, a gill of the \ School and League Class of Unt Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Colemau • groom, of Caruthersville on Friday evening. Jan. 1C. in the Sncred Heart served his brother Catholic Church in Caruthersville. Ushers were, Fred The ceremony was solemnized in ther of the bride. B the presence" of a large number of friends and relatives of the cou- ! pie with the Rev. p. J. Doyle, officiating. A progra mor pre-nuptial music . _ was presented by Guy Michie of '. »' 'he home of the brides parents. Caruthersville, and Miss Elizabeth I Following the supper, the couple Mrs. Trurnble Is Honored With Surprise Parties Mrs. Bert Trimible was honom gill of the ' School and League Class of Uu ' First Nazarcne Church surprised Peter Coleman of Caruthersville. as best man. Tipton. Kirby Van Ausdall Jim Ed Reeves and Robert Paul Brock, all of Cnruther.sville. Immpd lately following the ceremony a wedding Mijvper was held I ARMY Surplus JACKETS FIELD JACKETS Zipper 0. D. Lined $_2.45 DKAW STRING Jackets $3.45 Mackinaws CCC All Wool Nearly New Eisenhower Jackets Very, Very Good SPECIAL! Used Top Coats Civilian Coats in Excellent Condition 112 So. Lilly St. Carey vocalist sang "Avc Maria." Dick Greemvel] of Blythcville. cousin of tlie bride .sang "The Lord's Prayer". Miss Henrietta Green writ, .sister of the bride \vas maid of honor and Miss Betty Ann Kelly of St. Louis, Miss Pcgsy C'ollins of Belleville, II!.. and Miss Eve Hnbig of [ndianapolis, Ind., were bridesmaids. They wore identical frocks of emerald ereen velvet fashioned with sweetheart neckline and full hooped skirts. Their headdresses were of white ostrich feathers, and they carried bouquets of white chrysanthemums tied with white ribbons. left for a wedding trip to New Orleans. The bride chose for traveling, an apricot gaberdine suit with beige and bronze accessories, and nn orchid corsnge. They will make their home in Columbia. Mo., while Mr. Coltmian completes a law course r\t the University. A large number of guests, including friends and relatives from out of town attended the ceremony. her with a birthday party. During the evening the t played several party games they each presented Mrs. Trtmibl with gifts of crystal in her pntterr Mrs. Trumble was assisted 1 serving refreshments by Mrs. Joe Duniven. She was also honured Thursday night when, several of her friends entertained her with a dinner party and presented her crystal In her :hosen pattern. Thursday Hotary Club— \'2:\0 p.m. Osccofo Events M'imlay W<v*k o! prayer brslnnlnc At First Pre.«bylrrian Church. Group will icct ;il I ho home of MKs Blnnchc ;loou' nl fl:30 a.m. Woman's Socicf of Christian crvico ol (he Fir.M Mot hod 1st Church meeting In Circle Gronns. Circle One meet A with Mrs. Ed VSseman; Circle* Two. nt home of Tr;->. Guy rtobliin-;; Circle Three, ueets nl home of Mrs. W. 13. Flnn- YOIHIR; people of the First Molh- idlst Church meeting in Jonesboro it the First Methodist Church tor iislrlct meeting at 1:30 p.m. Junior Prorressive Club mcPlitiR :il Ihe First Methodist Church at f:30 p.m. Women's Missionary Union niecl- ng at the Baptist Church to observe n day of prayer Tor Com- iminlty Missions. Business Women's Circle of the FirM, Baptist, dimvh meeting with Mrs. John Douglas at 1;3D p.m. Royal Ambassadors ot the First iiptlsL Church meeting at church at 7:00 p.m. At The Hospitals Illythfvllle HnspUal Dismissed: Mrs. L. T. Moore Sr., city. Mrs. J. n. Downing and baby. cHy. Mrs J W. Carson, Luxora. Sandrn Yntrs, city. Mrs. Hushes Sandford, Stecle, Mo. \V;ilU Hospital Dismissed: Barbara Mason, Rte. 1, city. Mrs. Connie Hay nnd baby, Stcelc --Mis* Club liotno OSCI-JOLA. Ark., Jim. M. nphe Ll\enslelu entertained n Thursday nlKhl at her with a spaghetti supper. During the evening when bridge games were pluyrd, MI-K. Jumrs Hynll won high. Miss Mary Kl/.- ahelu llalloue won second and Mrs. William Hard KdrhiRton. ln\\\ Eiitertalnln« rooiu.s of the home were attlrtcltvely decorated wllh boutinels of red bcii'les ami poltrd To Form GOP Cltib CARU'niERSVIljI.K. Mo.. Jan. 24. — A Young Republican Club will be formed here l-'cb. 12 at nn or- giinl'/.allonnl meeting at Ihe J. Ralpli Hulihlson home. Walker nncl East Fourth Street. Attorney Ray Klenipe nnd Jumes A. nldtiehiy nrc ctj-clwhmen in charge of tho meeting. DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Brick Work ot Quality Hotter Work nn<l Kcrmitldinj; n Specialty 1101/2 E. Davis St. Phone 4641 CAN WATER AII> IN ARTHRITIS — RHEUMATISM? YKS—If It's Mountain Vnllcy Mineral Water, the famous mineral wi|tcr from HOT SPBINOS. ARK. MOUNTAIN VALLEY — HELPS sllinulntc kidney nctton. eliminate wastes, so often the mulerlyliiK cause of arthritis nnd rheumatism. Order A Case- Today CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Alain and Division lllytheville, Ark. Young People to Meet \ At Jonesboro Church You us people of the Jonesboro District of Methodist churches will The bride, given in murrince by i have a district meeting at the First Methodist Church in Jonesboro, her father, wore a wedding of white slipper satin. The fitted January 26. at 7:30 p.m. THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Wednesday, Jan. 28th 11:30 p.m. 75t TO ALL Tickets Now On Sss'e at Rifz Box Office 'o Observe Prayer Week Women's Auxiliary of the First resbytcrlan Church will 1mve icir veek theme for meetings next Mo. Mrs. Walter Johnson. Hayli. Mo. Eugene Turvervllc, Holland, Mo Hn\ OriU-n OIHMS 0:30 Show Starts fi:15 OIK ns SuiuUiy t:UO; SlatU 1:15 Continuous Shnus H:it. it Sun. IliirRikiit N'lght t:vcry Mplit l-ixccjit Kiitiin!:iy No pusses lionorrcl on Sunttuy nl Ho\y Thculre Prayer nnd Self Denia) for Foreign Mission." 'I'he schedule will be as follows: Monday. 2:00 p. in- prayer service and study program; Wednesday, 1 :00 p. m. f ]>ot luck supper, nftcr which a study program be held; FYktay, 2:00. study program at the church, "Week of and prnycr service, COMING TO THE THEATRE Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. Jan. 27-28-29-30 ROXY 4-BIG DAYS-4 Miilincc: Tuesday, \\'ct!ncsilay adults 25c t-liililrcn Me Nile: adulls ;5Sc children Me Colored Balcony: adulls 2flc children 9c (all lime) SATURDAY Rustler's Valley with William Unyil Serial "«-i\lcn" No. S and Short I Cont. Showing Sat. 12:30 In 11:30 'Eat a Bonnee at Barney's" A Delicious Buttered Steak Sandwich BARNEY'S 2006 West Main Street Phoni 3647 Sunday and Monrtny MN SHERIDAN DtHHIS MORGAN JACK CARSON ALEXIS SMITH JANEWVMANi a Fol NCK* and Si-lrttfJ Hliurl Cont. Showing Sun. 1:30 - 11:30 p.m. FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION ^ree Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLD6. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • Pkone, 3646awl2525 Continuous Shmv.s Kvcvy Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Slum Starts 2:00 USTI;N 10 KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 14:1.". p.m. 1:30 p.m thr K.ixj Saturday Desperate wilh Sieve UroiUc anil Audrey I-ong Serial "Brick Bradford" No. 3 and Short Continuous Shmvhip Saturday ri:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday Conl. SlKiuing Sunday 1:^0-11:00 UDD'.LAMQUR! TERRIFIC! Poramouni's AUH ' * OOIOTHY IADD • UMOUR ROIEBI LIOTO PRESTON-NO! AM A dramatic thunderbolt I Paramount SPWS and Short Cont. Shews Sal II n,in.-11:30 p.n ATTENTION FARMERS! TRACTORS & EQUIPMENT FOR SALE New and Used I — 1!)I8 (New) Model M Farmall 2— I!II8 (New] Model B Farnialk — inii; Ulscdl Mnrtcl B .Tolm Deere —191V (Useil) Model A .Tolin Deere —1916 (Usertl Model A .lohn Decrc —1910 Ulsedl Konl Traclnr — 13IG lUsedl Modtl C Allls-Clislmers Many, iniitiy others iirrlviui; eaeli week. >Vc furnish almost any equipment needed. They arc priced for quiek sale, ttrmi ean b« arranged. Come in and see these before you boy! BUD WILSON AUTO SALES Coroner of Main at Franklin Phone 2037 Bud Wilson Jess Horrur

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