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PAGiTHO BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1947 A/etuA bdly Wta«B/Soefe<y Editor Phww 461 MJC^ Mary Sue Berryman ,CortpIiroented at Shower t ItifK'Uiiy Sue Bmyman, bride>l*ct of Howard Gr*h»m of Ct«*le, Mo" was complimented last night ,«hea Miss Mary Ami Parks and "HUsa Rosemary Johnston- enter- t*ln*d In her honor, wiUi a.miscet- 'lanepus shower'at the Parks home *oii Chickasawba Avenue. In| the deceptions, which carried out a bridal motif, the hostesses Jnarked the guest of honor's chair .with'a miniature,bridal doll dressed In »hlU' satm T and marquisette. Flowers In wicker baskets deco- rateft the living room and the dining table was centered with a crystal *owl of petunias,' flocks, and zinnias . T^e gifts were arranged on the dining table, overlaid with a white line] 1 ! cloth. Diiring the games payed prizes were; won by Miss, Shirley Harham, Miss Anne Weedman, Miss Billle Sue i Burks, Miss, : Mary Jo Nabers nnd'Miss Mary Lou Joyncr. Trje hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Ma£ Parks, served a dessert course. College Set to Attend Sigma Chi Rush Party s4veral members of the Blythe- ivilla and Osceola college set will go to Jonesboro tomorrow to attend^ the Sigma Chi fraternity rush party and dance TMe include Richard Rose, Oharll6 Ni?K Rise, Owen Harrison, Mary Mcrfean. Joanne Campbell, Ros:o Crauon, Gera'd Blomeyer, Donnii Wunderlich, Frances Fields, Bjtty Woddson, P. p. Foster. Mac Wil- liarr[s, Clem Whistle Jr., and from ' Osceola, Gene (Butler and several 'others. Ihe days events will include a swhf.ming party, supper and dance 1 . " ..*,.".. • Moirning Party Given .For Maudie Modinger Mrs. Jerry Poe and Miss Barbara Chl(d entertained yesterday at the ipoe.hcme on Kentucky * venue .with .a morning party in compliment to M-isS Maudie Modinger, whose wed- dinj to 'Pe|*r Jarues Lauman pf New Orleans will be solemnized tomorrow mornipg. i. • •Forming a picturesque setting-fur the^ guests weri arrangements of Sdden flowers in varied hues. A fiorjil arrangeineht also centereil the j table from Trhich refreshments were served In .the dining room. 'AttKmg the guests were Mrs. Percy tlames Lauman.: mother of the fcririegrcom-elect, Mrs. Yfiniam M. > daughter, iiiss Jacqueline Dufhllo, all of 'New Orl bans. * The guest'of h'orior. who wore a T\hAe frock with a bTnck stripe, was presented a gift of silver in her pattern. ' *• * * ' Mrs. Humphrey Hostess Tol GNB Members, Guest Mrs. NorvUte Humphrey ehter- , : tainetl yesterday afternoon at her hcrpe on -East/; Churry/Street with a !party for members of the GNB Cluj) and another guest, Mrs, Paul \then the iraiip- played bunco, Mrs. John Tyrone wen bunco prize, MtS- Lauis Zeller, high and Mrs. 'Byi'on -Jfa'j, low- - , OJub member*'h?ld| a brief busi- riesji SEssicn to make plans for se- lec^on of a new ir.ember to replace Mrj. George CtunmiiiEs. who recently moved; ' -^ :' v Al salad plate was served by the ' hosiess. •'•'",' Whistle Home is Scene I of ;Delta Gamma Party 1 The Whistle,,plantation home at Wliistleville' the setting yestcr- 1 daj^ lor* a Delta Gamma .sorority rush party and luncheon. l^oral decoriitions were in the sorority colors', bronze; pink and - blue. An effective arrangement on , the; buffet featured/bronze candle- stidis With flowers' and Greek letters of Delta Gamma. v Tne dining room table was centered with a fragrarilt; bouquet and , bud vases werje placed on each of thei small tables. Quests included Miss Marilyn > De^i, MLw Virginia Swearengen, , Miss Betty Woodson, Miss Helen £ Whistle of Dell, Miss Mary Lou • , JoyVitr and Miss June Howard of Luxotan Married In Ceremony Here I.UXO:?A. 'Aug. 22—M.lss Margaret Piirdeecy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Fardeecy of Luxora, became tin bride of Joe Kouri of Boiaoi, Texas, sou of Mrs. Miko K'juri of Brinkman, O5tla.,'nnd the late Mr. K-ouii, In a ceremony last night at o'clock In the Rectory of. the Church of the Immaculate Conception In 'Blylhcvllle. Tine Rev. 'B, Francis McDevltl. pastor, officiated in the presence cf friends and relatives of the couple. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a beige gaberdine suit with black accessories. Her flowers were orchids. Mrs. F.irris Fardceey of Alexnii- diia, 'Lx, was her sister-in-law's matron of honor. She wore a b'ack crepe \vllh a^ light blue bodice trimmed in sequins, black accessories and a corsage ol l>lnk carnations. Ralph Kourl of lllythcville served his brother a.s b?st man. Immediately after the ceremony an informal reception was held at the home of the Bride's parents. The dining table was draped with a handmade laee cloth and centered will] a Ihree-Uercd wedding cake topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom. On each side were lew bowls ol ijarclcn flowers, 'Mrs. Konrl was graduated from L-uxora High S=ho->l nnd Alexandria Business College. Alexandria. Mr. 'Kouri Is a graduate of Brinkman High School nnd is u veteran of four years service In the Infantry. After ti wedding trip to the Oz- Hrks. Ihey will make their home in Borger, where Mr. Kouri Ls in the mercantile business. ia'.-O'-^wn gvi^sts were /MiH Albert iHaddnd of Boynton, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Fan-Is Fardeccy of Alexandria; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Forducy of PanijW. Texas; Mrs. Mike Kouri of 'Brinkman; (Mr. and Mrs. George Forducy of Hollls. Okla, nnd Sot Moses of Sayre, Okln. Bits of News Mostly Morning Party Honors Little Rock Visitor Members of the younger set were guests yesterday \vhcn -Mrs. Phll- llips Robinson and Mrs. Freeman Roainsoii entertained at the latter's home on Walnut Street with a morning party compiimciiiting Betsey Oglesbv pf 'Little Rock, houseguest of Mr'aml'Mrs. 'Phillips Hoblnson. ^Summer flowers in an attractively arranged bouquet centered the lace- draped tr.b!(! from whlcV-'reireiirk- nicnts of Iced drinks and party foods were .served to tlic 15 guests. . Other flowers in a variety of shades de:oratetl entertaining rooms of the home. , ... I Bride-elect Honored Morning Party Qut-of-town - alumnae included Mrs. P.. W. Butler of Osceola and Mi& Jean Sandiler of Wilson. • -'*'•• Mfs. Poe Entertains Jojly Eight Members TJhe JoUy Eight .Club . members and other guests, Mrs. G. V. Daws, • weijc entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Eva Poe at her home • on Kentucky Avenue. , Ip rook game*, Mrs. Richard I Prkbard won hifh score prize, Mrs. ' R. 'A. Oopeland, second, and Mrs. Oep Wren, rooko. ' law iKMten aerwd a. dessert plate • with W''- i . Mfs. Chester CaHwell and Mrs. ,'Rus^ell Parr were hostesses this 'morning at 10 o'clock to 25 guests 1 -at the Caldvvcll home on West ' Chickasawba Avenue with an informal party complimenting Miss Mary Eue'Beriyman, bride-elect. •Fragrant Summer bouquets in the living room fciul on the povch were of pink roses, flocks and other garden flowers. The central decoration (or the reireshment tcblc was a hand- painted china bowl ^Ued with flocks and snapdragons in varied shades. The table was laid with nit ecru lace cloth. iMiss -Berryman was presented a movelty cook book by her hostesses. At The Hospitals WAU.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Clarence Davis. Rt. 3. city Herman Hoffman, city. Mrs. V. A. Brothers, Burrtette. Mrs. Victor Stilwcll, city. Norma Lou Moody, city. Albert Morgan, Haytl, Mo: Mrs. R. L. Camburn and baby. Huffman. METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. W. F. Williams, city. .•BI.YTHEV1I.LK HOSPITAL Admitted: Billy Rotinson. slcelc. Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. C. E. Freeman, Roselaml. Louise Holler. Dell. Mrs. Roy Goodman. Manila. Birfths: Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. Moore Rte. 1, a daughter this morning. Mrs. Victor Stllwel! Is now at, her home at 323 Dousan St., fo.lowin;; her dismissal from Walls Hospital, where she underwent a major operation 10 days ago. Mlssos Ethel and Juanlta Eberdt have returned from a five-week vacation spent In Birmingham and Dallas. In Dallas they were the guests of their sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald and daughter, Fiances. Miss Sue Long is spending a week's vacation In Corinth, Miss., and Memphis. Tenn. M. M. Davis of Houston, Miss., has arrived here to Ije the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay ami family and Mr. and Mrs. Ml'<a Mornth and family. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Paul Mahon havn relurned home from Blrminnhum and Dadeville, Ala. In dadi-ville. they were guc.sts of a former Navy buddy of Mr. Million, Oordun I.e- van, and family. En route home they were guests of Mr. Mahon's sister, Mrs. Robert Hawkin.', ir Memphis. Mrs. Charles Bright, dauchler. MlKS Frances Bright and mother, Mrs. Fannie Baker, and Mis:; Mary Oi'ay were in Memphis last nlKht to attend the MOAT production "New Moon." Mr. atuf Mrs, Elliott Lambert ami son. Dickey, have returned home to Cape Ghardcau, Mo., after .spending the week with their mother, Mrs. Annie Mae Sawyer and family. Miss Jean Sawyer and Miss Ramona Jones have ' returned home after spending several days in cape Qlrnrdeaii, Mo., with Miss Sawyer's sister, Mrs. Allcen Pintl and family. Mr. and Mrs, Dcwlttc Daniels and Eon, Clinton, have spent sev- | eral days in Bells, Tcnn., ** ;tn ]-. and Mrs. W. A. Hodge, Mrs, Addle Daniels has as her guests for the week, her sister, Mrs. Tobitha Keltner, arid niece, Mrs. Annie Webb. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cates have returned home after .'-.uending a brief time at their lodge on Norfork Lake near Mountain Home. Mrs. George Pyles has returned home alter spending several days in Battle Creek, Mich., with Mrs. A. M. Butt, Mrs. F. H. Black and 'Mjs£ Betty 'Black, who are spending a month thert\ ; • Mrs/ Marvin'NUnn returned to her home at 517 West Walnut St., today from Memphis, where .she has been undergoing treatment at the Hospital for a light case of pneumonia. Mr. nnd Mrs. Finley Trcmain arc laments of a son born Saturday morning ut Walls Hospital and named Billy Thomas. They have another son, Jimmy, nine. Mrs. Tremain is the former Miss Mamie Pierce. Ann Seay will accompany her aunt, 'Mrs. W. A. Gordon and daughter, Patricia, for a weeks visit when they return to their home in Houlka, 'Miss., tomorrow. Mrs. Gordon and daughter have been the guests ol Mr. niul Mrs. T. f. Seay and famllj this wet. Special Training Classes Conducted tor Teachers FAYETTBVILLE, Ark., Aug. 22. (UP)—Dr. Jennie Milton, assistant professor of education for the University of Arkansas College of Education and the General Extension Eeri'ice, will hold two extension courses at Hot Springs beginning Sept. 1 and continuing for K\X weeks. The two courses are being sponsored by Hupf. of Schools S. <M. .Smith. They wil be In the field of education and enrolment will be restricted to elementary teocliers. Following the completion of the classes at Forrest City, D;'. Milton Is scheduled to go to l,!Ule Hock and North Little Rock where she will teach three extension classes beginning O'-t. 13 and coiitln- '.ilng to the Christinas vacation. Rio Host Liability Insurance Plan Devised for £ab Operators LITTLE HOCK. Ark., Aug. 22. (UP)—A cooperative plan making llubility insurance available to eligible owners of automobiles and public vehicles will go Into effect In Arkansas Sept. 1. • ' The date was announced following an organization meeting of the governing committee of the new Arkansas Assigned Risk plan yesterday. Insurance commissioner Jo,<:k McKenxlo said the plan will affect taxis, buses and long haul trucks, Under (he program, risk:! will he ' n 1 assigned on the basis of premiurjis written In Arkansas by 90 participating companies. The plan was worked out originally to provide j coverage for which we're unable to get Insurance . =*• though they were required by 1047 law Iq, do so. V Home Accident fatal To Railroad Fireman Poplar Bluff, Mo., Girl Identified in Little Rock LITTLE ROCK, Aik.. AH?. 22. (UP)—Pulaskl county wc!!i;ri< oi- ficials rested easier today following the) IdenllilcnUoji of i 12-year-old gh] -who come to ilic capital city by bus 11 day? agv>. She was Identified last nlaht as Marie Baylor of poplar Bhiff, ^fo. Identification was made by J. i'. Fain pf Poplar Bluff, a Missouri 1 Pacific lines brakeman. v/l-,o saw 1 a published picture of -th'j filrl. Because or a speech Mr. and Mrs. w. T. Powell grandparents. Too Lat» to for ftent 3 room portly furnished duplex »p»«i merit. MS 8. Dtrtaloi,. ,30 p«r mooih. Plione S52. . «i22-CK-2i Smalt house at smith's store on Ar. morel Koad. Pli. «04. 8J2-pk-» For Salt Task of making Inter-American delegates feel at home falls to Brazil's President Eurico Caspar Dutra, thown making welcome speech at resort town of Quitan- dinba. near Rio de Janeiro. ment, Marie tell officials had her HOMrt illl|)«li- A Joar •i>-.'r» I -\' BALE SPECIALS last name. Livestock Man Held in Highway Death of forte Youth MARION. Ark., Aug. 23. iTJP) _ J. O. Benson. 22, was being held in jail here today In connection with the hi«hwav death of Bcbby Wheeler. 17, Earle. Ark., Crltlendeu County Sheriff Cecil Goodwin said. Wheeler was fatally injured when Benson's truck struck him : us he I rode his bicycle on Highway 64 near I K»rle yesterday, Goodwin said. I Wheeler died in a Memphis Hos-i pltal last night. - I Goodwin said Eenson, who was ! arrested at Earle;. failed to stop af- i ler his truck hit the youth. I ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- VARUS, Aug. 22. i UP) — Livestock: HOBS: 4,5C; nil salnhle; general market 25c to ino.sH> bUc higner than Thursday's average; top 28.25 freely; hulk nt-240 li)s S8.OU-2o.25; 100-170 lljs. 20,75-27.75; 130-150 Ibs. 24.00-26.25; 1W-120 Ins. 21.(iO-2:f.25; few CO-% Ihs. pigs '1050-20.00; scattering' 230-270 Ib.s. 27.0U-27.75; few 180-310 Ibs. 20.00-23.50. Cattle: 1.90C; salable 1.200; r'llve.s BOO all salable; light supply of cattle incudes about (A per cent cows; | very .fov: steers offered; most odd- lots IIghl weight steers and heifers | yearlings, mc:lium in flesh nl 1!}.03| 21-03; rcw.cainmon 13.00-17.00; cnn- nej-s and cutters and lo\v gi acle b2i'f cows about steady; caiu'.eis anil cutters largely 10.50-13.0<). .1; possession. I^eol home or renwl investment. Sec \iy appointment onlv on l-'niuklln Street, a rive room coc- [ayc and 4 room bungalow on same lot. Terms k poss«Mlon. •I room IJOUKP J1785.00, terms on 11000 We may have Just what you »'«nt !n ri>al tstftU: nnd fire insurnnr" Pin--"' Vleld 2304. ^i12-]ik-20 For fresh rruils and vegetabhsi. nlfo all V:lnds or c,annliiK fruiu re:>st.';i- uljly iirlced. visit Bin Ttiom[>r,tvrs Curl) Mkt.. Hwy. 61 North. 822 CARD OP THANKS We would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to till cur many friends \vho have been so kind and thoughtful to us at the time of the death of our son and arandson, Bobby .James Decker. , Mr. and Mr.s. Robert Decker, parents. Mr. and Mrs. J, M. l^t-kor and U-iby. stroller, good condition. 1010 He:irn. phone 3270. 8:22-i>k-20 POIt SALE Five rooms and hath on Lilly Street Nice home on Highway is. 150 feet frontu"L", with rental property on rear of lot. Ti-mom house on Holly St. K-room house on North 11th St. :( licdrooin home on Walnut SI. T\vo room house In Pride Addition. '• 4-room house on Enst Clear Lake Kond: 4 bedroom home In Holland. Mo. 5-room home on East Cherry 4-irjom house In Pride Addition. "••AKMH ISO.Kcre (arm near Huffman. Ark. MO acres near Success. Ark. •}.\:>. juries near Forty nnd EiKht. 200 uries In Missouri north of Nntn- b'-r 9. on Mnivel road. PJI licres iiour Gosnoll, gravel road. ICO acres near Braggadocio, Mtf.. Rra- vcl road, electricity. ' ll;l) ar-re.s near Steele, .Mo.. lliKli proved, on travel road mull route witii electricity. 240 a'ire.s nortllsvest of Stcch 1 . gravel road nnd electricity. 2011 acres near Osireola' 0:1 gravel road 800 ac-rt.s of highly Improved lain! near Osc(:Ota. Nice Cafe o;i IllK.hway 61, , ller.uty Shop for sale reasonably. ! -rnrce brk-k buildings on East Mali: St. you want, see uf If It Is Heal Estate before you buy. DAVID REAL ESTATE AND INV. CO PHONE :iCJ3-24S(j-3203 McQEHEE, Ark.. Aug. 22. (UP —Funci-nl services will be he!< here tomorrow for William Beav crs, 39-year-old Missouri pacilii Lines fireman, who died al. i McGehee hospital Weclnesd^ night. His deuth resulted froii injuries suffered when he fell a his home in McGehee. Arkansas Firemen Plan ' September Convention HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Aug. '22. iMP) — Arkansas' firemen were making plans in Hot Springs today lor the statewide convention Sept, 3. 4 anet 5. Wmcng the iirincipal speakers will be Mayor Earl Ricfc; of Hot Springs, Fire chief Thad Rogers and Circuit Judge Clyde Brown. The program will include 11 dance, a bani[det,'an'd « series of competitive,fire -«-" 1 -' Jt ' Little Rock Mayor Council's Bus Fare Hike LITTLE ROCK. Aik., 'Aug. 22. (UP) -^Little Rock's Mayor Sam Wnssell has thrown buck into the lap of the "ity council the question of a trans- portntion lines fare increase. Tlic mayor yesterday vetoed a council resolution calling for Hie, increase. While he. said he supported some kind of fare increase, the- mnyor said the colincil will put it in the form o! an ordinance to make it legal. Coming Events SATURDAY Mrs. W. Leon Smith and Miss Ann Weedman will compliment Miss Mary Sue Berryman, bride-elect with o|«m house al Smith home 1504 West Walnut St. Kiwanis Picnic in Haytl . CARUTHERSVILLK. Mo., Aug- 22. — The" Carnthersville Klwahfs Club held its annual "family nigtil" picnic nt Ilnyti Park Tuesday night of this week, v-ilh Eric Taylor, John Lnne, Clyde Essnry and Alhert Wnlgcr the committee -In charge. The annual affair, at which wives anil children, nnd friends nre guests of the members, is one of the club's most popular yearly events. LAST AND FINAL REDUCT ON LADIES' YOU WANT DIAMONDS that don't cost a Fortune? SEE Fitzpatrick SPRIKG AND SUMMER DRESSES BRINGING YOU UNBELIEVABLY10W PRICES WHICH WILL MOVE THESE DRESSES •• YM SBfftr Distress Of ^ ^FEMALE COMPLAINTS v With Uscowfort- x aMe Fiiili>e$$? re you troubled by Istress of female lUcinol monthly .urb^aceaV Dot3 l\ls make you eiltTtr rom paj;i, Icel EO, weak—tit such t lines? Then t» try •ycila E. PluKhnm's Vegetable Coni- >oimd-to j'Cjirve such syitipt/jii'sl In a recent medical tost 1'Jnklmm's ;otnpounil provrd rciniirkubly lieljiful o women troubled llils way. It's what )octors call 11 uterine fcdmive. It has gnuid soothing rlfpct on one of wo:n- n'j mott Ini-porttint orginis. Taken regularly —Pliiklmm's -Coro- •oimd helps build tip resistance to sued Itstre^s. Also a srtat stomachic tunic! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Box Office Opens :it 7:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:90; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Snu. Bu«ain Nljht Ever? Night Excrpl Saturday No paoea honored on Sunday » the Roxy. I^ast Time Today Postman Always Rings Twice with l.ana Turner and John Garfield Selected Short Subject SATURDAY Sharpslnetm' thriiis! DIAMOND OUETTE Glrtrering diamond m th* *ngagcmcnt ling with mafefcing wedding bond. B«lh 14k Former $4.98 and $5.98 DRESSES, ON SALE $2.99 $6.98 DRESSES GOING FOR $199 gold. EASY TCRMS Harvey T. Kidd Named To Assembly Committee The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor of First Presbyterian Church nerc, will serve on the Presbyteriun Pro- 'gram of Progress Committee of the General . Assembly. Presbyterian Church in the United States. The Rev. Mr. Kidd will represent the Committee on Evangelism, an assembly-wide committee of which he Is a member. DIAMOND WEDDING PAIR 2 tide diamonds compkmcnT the ten. tcr diamond. J dio. ffionrfl in rii* wedding 7959 band. 14k mounltngt. gold IP t FfR SALE Large Tool House t " • . • • On T«m»U Israel Lo»,x15th and Chickasawba See Jiedei's or Phone 2251 . DIAMOND BRIDAL PAIR Splendid diamond enthroned Jn modern ) 14V 90 M mounling, wi»h molchmg wedding band. *UDGET TERMS LIBERAL BUDGET TERMS Small down paym*«it. B*rofii» en convenient ttntrv Tak» • year to pcy. Fitzpatrick Jewelry Store minutes to open an account It takes only Former $7.98 and $8.98 DRESSES, ON SALE $4.49 Serial "Chick Carter" No. 15 ami Shnrt Conl'd Shows Sat. I2:M to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Boys' Ranch with "Butch" .Icnkins F«x News & Selected Short Subjects ikiiil'il. bliuw^ auu. l:l5-tl:uu Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN I:M a.m. 12:15 p.rn «:M p $9.98 and $10.98 DRESSES FOR $4.99 Former $11.98 to $15.98 DRESSES, GOING AT Values Up to $17.98 In LADIES DRESSES, for $5.99 $6.99 Regular $19.98 DRESSES, for $7.99 Remember, You Find These Values Only at Last Time Today Sea of Grass with Spencer Tracy ami Katharine Heplmrn Continuous Showing EvrryH Saturday Adventures of Don Coyote with F. Knfferty Serial "Jack Arimlmns" No. 11 anil Shnrt Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:Sfl lo jl:30 >iin'l» i^iirt VoitftB; That Way With Women with Sydney Greenslreet and Dane Clark Ccat'i Sh*w* Son. I:1S-11:M

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