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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 30, 1947
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m;. BI/YTIIKVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST !SO, 1047 Phone 461 Iris Evelyn Hughes Wed in New York Rites Supper Parly Given For College Group I Miss Iris Evelyn Hughes, daughter Members of the college set of the Of Mrs Orover Hughes and the late ' First Methodist Church were coin- Mr. Hughes of Huffman, became the | plimented last night when the Scck- Charlcs Fleming, Three Are Hostesses To Honor Mrs. Davis bridij' of Donald ion of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harrison Fleming of Wells Bridge, N. Y., in A'ceremony Monday at Wells Bridge, It was announced today. {The single ring' rites were solemnized at the home of the Rev. A. W. Benedict, pastor of the Baptist Church at Wells Bridge. i The bride 'wore a powder blue crepe dress with black accessories "and'a'corsage of red rose buds. , Mrs ' Fleming attended . State Teachers College at Convvny ami taugnt in Blytheville schools for three years. 5 Mr. Fleming received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Oneonta, to. Y., Stale Teachers College nnd his -Master's degree from Albany. N. Y.,'Teachers College. OS"ECLA. 'Aug. '6\\. — Mrs. John Eilrinnton, Mrs. Myron T. Nalllin-J and Mrs. Ribert L, NallUng were cis Class of the church entertained! hostesses to 21 guests with :\ - wltli a liuvn pnrty at Ihe home of Miss Ethel Kberdt, In their honor. Supper was served on the lawn to the 20 guests present. The main table was centered with a cr.vslal bowl og verbenas and verbenas entwined with greenery were laid along the center of the other tables. Following live supper, games, under the direction of Miss Mamie L. Adams, and Misses Ruth nnd Iva Seay, were played. Guests included the Rev. George Stewart of Perry and Miss Margaret Stewart, who has been leaching school al Dallas. Texas, the Rev. and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arney. ; After a wedding trip lo Lake Lu- I \ty_ Cai'tWl'ieht III r>m'nn Mioti Will l>1ll:P Ml pi r llOtllP i •' * * " _ . ccrne, they will make tin in Binghmnton, N. -Y., where vvill teach social sludtcs. 20t.h .Century Dance Is Given at Ihe Hul i The 20;h Century Chib and other guesli' were entertained JTnursdAy night with a d:\nce at the Legion Hut. 1 ' {'Hosts and hostesses to the 2M. members and guests for the affair y-'crp t.Mr. an'd Mrs. Melviu Kalscll, Mr. and Mrs. James . Guard, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Jerome, Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards and Mr. and Mrs'. Lynn Hughes. • The decorations carried out a Fall color' fheme ol orange, brown and yel.ow. The serving liible wns centered with a bouquet of orange flDW- ers End the mantel held bowls of yellow I lowers anil greenery with ' yellcw.cai.dlbs at each end. I The out-of-town guest list included Larry Rees, Robert Me'.'.s ana Wiliu..n Rees of Joncsboro. LVir. and ;Mrs'. B:,b' LDWC of M.inllu, Bill Kiahclson, Katz Mason, Henry J. Ewiit, Misses Mjrie and Margie Mnyo, Mr. and Mrs. Dun Hamner and,. Frank Eiruijton c-.' Osceola. Bill Alunsy ol WiJson, nnd Constance Demon of Hampton, Va. ho , Will Wctl Memphis Gil'l CSCEOLA. Aug. 30. — A wedd- Ui» of wide interest here will Hike i pines tonight at S o'clock in Memphis at Evergreen Presbyterian Church, when -Y.'ss Josephine Miriam Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril La Man- Johnston of Memphis, becomes Hie bride of James William Cartwright III. son eon Friday at tli'u Nailiins hom<> on lUlo Aveni:c In compliment l-> Mrs. C. A. Davis, who will leave next week for her new home in I/uirel. Miss. The (iiiesl of honor was pre.semcci a gift Irom Hie hostesses. T!<r home wns decc'riiled with low- bowls of mnriKoldu .pink roses and white tube roses mixed with greenery. Place cards nt the- luncheJii tables were attractive';,' designed. The oiit-of-lown j;uests included Mrs. thy'le -Lowrano' ol F.irl Worth Tile., nciisesuesl ot Mrs. H. E. Fletcher. Mrs G. M. ZiK-curclla, Nash villc, 'Icnn.. houscijucsl ol Mrs. O'JJ Butler, Mrs. Frank Crittenden Sehna, Ala., honscnur.s'.s of Mr.*. Charles F. Hale and Mrs. Edward i Morgan of Nashville. Tcnn., housj- i g lies l ot Mrs. 'Ben F. Flatinisim. JMi-s. Russell H.'Farr Honored at Bits of News Queen Klberta IV. or Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr ol niylheville. was one ot the honored former <mceus of Ihe annual Peach Festival at Nashville, Ark. The festival was held on Aug. '<?'> jaines VVluliini ^,»»v\MlBm- 111. wn > TSi,,; n -r^llr.^™, n< of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cartwright, there when Miss Kit le lollrson of of Osceola nnd Memphis. "ope was crowned 1947 < t ueen or Ai'.iilebaum left today for a two-weeks ronducled lour which will include Colorado Springs, Sante Fe, All)?r<iuec|iie, Grand Canyon, Snn Uiego, Ix>s Angeles, Hollywood, Muir Woods, San Francls:o, Portland. Seattle, Vancouver, the Can- aiiian Hockies, Lake .Louise and other points in Ciinartn' and polnte in Mexico. ' MLss Catherine Powell,'who has been secretary of the Fir^t Baptist Ctnireh during the Summer months, v.'1'.l leave Saturday nl'ilit for her home near Oivensboro, Ky.,- where she will visit her parents before entering Ouacliitn College, Arkadelphia, tor her senior year. MissVessle'Cllenn Tomlin returned Today Irom 'BatosviHe. where she has been the guest u[ relatives.' Mr. and Mrs. Karl Stabler'an spending two weeks with Mrs. Sta bier's iwrenls, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook, before going to Conway, where they are making their home while Mr. Stabler Is attending Hendrix College. They have been visiting for the past two weeks at points In Florida with Mr. Stabler's father and other relatives, lin route from Florida they stopped In I-Urmingham, wnere they visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Warren, former classmates at Hendrix College. Mrs. Floyd A. While motored lo Joncsboro today to meet her SDII, Dick While, iiml his guest. Miss -Nancy Datjijclt of Marianna, students at the University of Arkansas, Fay cttcvillc. Mr. SVhile will spend the Sudbury PTA ommittees Are Announced Names of Embury School PTA committee chairmen to serve during he 1047-48 term were announced ediiy by Mrs. Tim Kslcs, president, clicwing th.eir .selection at a business meeting last night at the Kstes when plans were also made ] Suc Berryman. Comiof Event* SUNDAY Mrs. Hadlcy Hays entertaining with a breakfast in compliment to Miss Mary Sue Berryman and her fiance, Alvin Howard Graham of Stccle, Mo. Miss Barbara Cullison nnd Mrs. John F. Lent I enteiiainiiig with H drop-in al the I^nll home, 024 West Walnut St., 4 o'clock, for Miss Mai'y icme fcr purchasing playground equip- I merit and first aid kits for the I school. On the committee's will be: Mrs. H. IS. Stout, program nnd sjijuly; Mn. George! Shanks; pubjieatlon; Mrs. Hoyce Moore. Mrs, E;nir Damon, inembersl>lp; Mrs!.George M. Ktihvell, publicity; Mrs. Shields Edwards nnd Mrs. S. C,,Owens, Summer round-up; Mr.. Ij. A. Daugh- ci'iy, Mis. Tcm'Mabry and Mrs. R. A. Cnry. hospitnljty; M:si Beatri;e Hal sett, Mrs. S. M. Vales and Mrs. H.uvy Wecdman, \vcUi\re; Miss M:iry Ilublcr, reerpation, and Mrs. E. F. Fry, safety.'. Mis. Este.ufald ' each com- mitli'p shoti d be prepared lo mak': a re]:(>rt on plans lor the year's work at the first meeting after the Icii'nilHj of school. She also discns.s- I crt briefly the PTA school of in- Inrniriiicn to be held on Sept. S at First I'veslVjici'lnn Cluivt-'h. U^sis- 1 ration tor Hie coi:i^.e will be held :a 0:ilO o'clock. Officers other than Mrs. E.stes, wiiu wer'. v previously elected and installed, :irc Mrs. Cecil Wrotcn. viee imsulcnl; Mrs. Stil'.vell, secretary, Mr.s. C. M. \Vel.b, ti'easurer and Mrs. IJ«n Lilt?., historian. Mis. Kites served lefresliments uf- ter Ihe business session. At The Hospital* HOSi'ITAI. MONDAY All circles of. the Woman's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church will meet at the church for a business meeting and Royal, Service program at 1:30 p.m. ''' Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting at the church, 2:30 o'clock. Executive Board of Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting at llie clmrcli, 2:30 o'clock. Young Woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church meeting with Miss Willagene Daws, 912 Hearn St. Woman's Society of Christtnn Service of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at the church, 2:30 o'clock. TUF-SDAY Club Eight meeting with Mrs. R. C. Allen. THURSDAY Jolly Eight Club members guests of Mrs. fi. A. Copoland. Admitted: Mrs. Ira Lame, Steclc. Mo. Mrs. a 'M. Tolls, Manila. Mrs. Join: M. Cusgins, city. Marian Morgan, city. Dismissed: U L. Anderson, city. Mrs. Joe Hester, city. Lela Walker, Tyler, Mo. W.U.LS HOsriTAL Dismissed: Mi's. Leslie May and baby, HI. 1, city. Mrs. William George and baby, ' AHo'n B. Collins, city. Mrs. C. A- Kiissell, Stcele. 1!.M'.T1ST , IIOil'lTAL, Meiurillib • Mrs. J.-O. Tines, city. " Mrs. N. J, Fortenbeiry, Oseeola. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Rev. George Stewart uetween-term vacation liere with hisj Wi " P ' esen * Sermon Miss Johnston will have Miss: ' Ann Lindsey of Memphis as her | I maid of honor and Vance Garti wright will serve his brother as i best man, 1 FollowinK the cercnlony a reccp- i tion will be held at tile home of the i bride's aunt. Mrs. Herman Leslie ; La Nievc, on Carr Avenue, Meni- i phis. Aflcv n. Norihcrn weddinfi trip they will go to Norman. Okla.. lo 1 mak? llielr Informal Party Honors Miss Mary Sue Berryman Mis^ Mary Sue Berryinan, bride- elect'^'*!;'Howard Alvin Graham of •8teQls",'M.'o:, wns complimented yes-' terdiiy'"afternoon when Miss Geneva Sriibley and Miss Jane Shelton entertained .with an informal party and^'surprise shower. The,,.gifts were presented lo the gues*.,of honor ,on a long white imitation, wedding' train and then were carried to the dining room nnri! opened. . , , • TI'C dining table vins overlaid j Bunco : lace cloth and centered with miniature bride and grcom en- Honor Betty Jo Ross Queen Elberla VII Mrs. Fan 1 , wllh Mr. Parr, will return home nexl week after having visited also 111 Ashdown wllh her parents. Mr. ivnd Mrs. W. H. Piercy. * • • Surprise Garden Party Honors Vivian Taylor Yes'.crday was Vivian .„ _ ISth birthday and to celebrate Ihe home while the bride- I orention Maureen Norris .Mirpnscd licr with a party last night at the home of her parents. Mr. nnd Mr.*. Sanmcl F. Norns. Vivian is the daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Harmnn Taylor. A jjrcup of Vivian':; mcst intimate friends were invited lo th<: garde:i party at the Norns home on West Wiiinul Street. The iniesis walked down the can- rileligiilcd drivr.wny to the back yard, where -ar.dlc.i lined Ihe walh and circled floweis beds nn:l the terrace. They daiu'Cd on the ter- rn?e to record music. Frciii Ihe refreshment table under a tree, birthday cake was served with .shcrbert fruit punch. The cake was in pink and white to carrv out the color scheme also used in napkins. Ihe Bursts Included Ann White and J.iync Adams of Osceola, hcusc- BUC-sls of Ihe hcslc_ss; Otjlcs- cy of L.U.e nark, i:'.:csl o! Mr. and Mrs. Phillips R.-,bi>lsjll; !•',>:> tinarL of Richmond, Va.. honscguest of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson and Billy Scranlom ot Jacksonville, Fla., giiest ol Mr. and Mrs. Jesse H. Webb. and Miss Dag-*! houseguesi for] jrcom Is a student at the University o: Oklahoma lliere. The lirldc jus i<radunle(l from Central High School In Memphis, is a member of the Delta Beta Sigma sorority and the Twenty One I Glnb. Ehe attended Memphis State i College, where she became a mem- i her of Alpha Delta PI Sorority. Mr. cnrtwrlght is the grandson • of J. W. Cnrtwrlght and Ihe lale Mr. Cartwrlght of Osccola antl the grent grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cl. J. Bryant of Osccola. ^.-,11^ Y.-ns graduated from Tech High Graham of' School in-Memphis and served two years in the armed forces before entering tlic University of Oklahoma. Going'from Osccola lo attend.Die ceremony ; will be Mr. nnd Mrs. Den F. Butler Jr., Mr. and .Mrs. Allen Segrnves, Mrs. F. B. Hale. d. D. Scgravcs, Vance Cartwright nnd Raymond Cartwriglit. 5 arty, Shower parents and family gelt will be their tlifi weekend. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shcarin nnd daughters, Kay and Mildred, have returned home from a vacation spent in Birmingham. Tusealoosa and oilier points in Alabama. j Mrs. Claude Bray and daughter. Joyce, anil Mr.*. Lucille Lish-ey of TV l->r'" ' r> '-'"l, Mich , spent last week with ' '' ' Mrs. D.ive Deal of Manila. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swcarensen Jr.. arrived here last night from Fa:,elteville to be with tlieir piu- ! ins.-Mr. and Mrs. It. N. Swearen- ! gen Si., and -Mr. and Mrs. J. T. j rctcrsan. Mr. Swearcngen will be t associated with his father in ihe colton and wholesale business this I Fall before returning to the Uni- j versily of Arkansas. FayeUeville, in | January, wiiere he '.vill be a s: j n:or in Ihe College of Business Ad- j ministration. l Mr. and Mrs. Herman lloff and son. Bill, left this mcrnitig for Little Ro:k lt» spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams and son. Ronnie, left today for Memphis where they will visit with Mrs. Williams' mother. Mr?. Jesse Vinson. iintil Monday ni^ht. Miss Virginia E'.vearcngcn will arrive tom;;hl fiom nBtcii Hcupe, Li., where she has been lor .the past week. She went doun to be in the wedding party of Miss Ann Barnett.' Sho \vi.l b? accompanied home by Mr. and 'Mrs. Eilgar Barnett Jr.. The Rev. George Stewart of Perry, son of tlie Rev. and Mrs. Ailen D. Stewurl, v.'ill give the sermon at the ainl daiii;lUer. Miss Jane BarnoU. ]\?tunnng to their home here an- Mrs. .).'W. Fisiier and H. E. Bar- Rites Held for Infant Funeral services were held at '•!• p.m. tcdny al Dogwood Ridge Cemetery fc> Infant Davis, son ot Mr. and Mrs. William Davis who died last nlBhl after birth yesterday mornin:; at Walls Hospital. Other than his parents, he is survived by two sisters, Sandra Ann imd Sara Jean. Cobb Funeral Home was in charge. ! Mr. and Mrs. Jt::s Homer and | childit'ii, Jimmie and June, will rc- iuini !iome tomc-rrav,' Iroh Basalt, 1 C\:lo, wiiere Ihcj, have spent the Summer. Acconipa'iying them hom^ j uii: be Knuidtl S'.vcarengen, who 1 -ri'iil the last v:x weeks with them. j "l'lH'\- will retuvn \'ia Denver and ! C'el'Mi'.clo Springs, Colo. t Mr. utifl Mis. Juci: Ctiam^liil and sen. Jeff, arrived home last night , to be tile giK'sto cf iiis parenis. Mr. arcl Mrs. L. D. Cl:ranblin, during ti:e [we-wecks betweeii-term vacation at University of Arkansas. Fay- eUL-villf-. where M:\ Chamblin will !)i- a senior this Fall. Upon their ic;inn to F.iyettcville they will be nc:o:nj:aiiicti by another son, J.iy. viiiii lins spent the past several wefks here with his gi-:inrl])arents. .Mr.s. Joe Hester is now. at .home n::<r underyoini,' an operation at B:;. Lhevil'.e. Hospital. Doctors indicated that she should not have niests for two weeks. Mrs. A. F. Dietrich and daugVi- \er, Mr.s. J. E. Keasley and daugli- ,'ler. Polly Jo. returned this week ! froir, a vacation in St. Louis. morning service tomorrow at Firs' Methodist Church. The Rev. Mr. Stewart war; graduated irom Hendrix College, cjjmvay and Perkins School of Thcoloy Southern Methodist University, Dallas. It was also announced by the Rev Mr. Stewart, pastor, that several ' new Imis had been installed in the church a'.ulilorium. Livestock SCREEN DOORS Most sixes n,ow in stock. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. ST.. LOUIS '^NATIONAL STOCK- VAUUS,. Alls. tf). l'JP)--Livesto-.'X: Hoys: Conijjarccl with flloss last week, ]<ood anti choice barrows and jilts 25 lo 50 ciower; sows $1 lo 1.50 owcr. Market steady v.'ilh early Friday; practical top 27.75; one :>ad, 28.00. Cattle 230. Calves X. Compared with close last \ve;k, native steers and iioilers '252 lo 5'jc higher; western v^'iiss steers closing steady ai- Icr rei'overing early losses; cow-.s 2o-.- lo iBc liiKhcr; bull.-i 5Uc to SI tiiuher; \'ealer.s 5153 higher; repiacemeni stu-eis improve<l irregularly under bii; supplies and broad demand. 'Iops for the week- choice 99J ib. to 121B Ib. steers, S32.M; choice 817 !1>. mix^d sieer.s and heifers. ?30; ::nia!l lots, $30.50-331.50; choice CV1 ib. straight heilcrs, $29; yootl cows, £19.50; 'god heavy ttef liulls, S18.aS: ^ood sausage' btlTs, S17.5Q; choice vealers. S25.00; good and choice replacement steers, S23. Bulks for ihc week; toil good ami choice steers, £28-S32; low • tVntl average goticl steers, S25-S27.50; mccliuni,- $18- Si450; L-ommon . and low medium, S15.25-S11.50; good and choice lii'il- ers and mixed yearlings, $2450$2953; medium • kind, $17.50-$2:i; I ccmniun, 513-51650. Allen Pickard's EAST END SHOE REPAIR SERVICE • Stti'plus Army Goods • Supplies O Slices See us for the very best in Army surplus* shoes. Nearly new—Hc- bulll—Tn lie Itellllill. Itundrcils lor sale. Quantity 1'rices Available. 112 Lilly Street '/ 2 R1U South Kast Wain For Honest & Dependable PLUMBING SERVICE Call Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office' Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m t:30 p Saturday Code of West with .Tames ^Varren ".lack Armstrong" No. Vi and Shnrt Coiil'd Shows Sal. 12:30 to 11:30 tircUd with , yellow marigolds and OSCEOLA, Aug. 30.—Mrs. Joe W. greenery. . • • I Ertringlon nnd Mrs. Dave Sllvcrblatt I. • Following the games the hostesses, • were hostesses to 10 guests Thurs- Aff a j.- a t [VLirkccl Tl'CC assisted by Mrs. A. G. Shibley, serv-1 day night with a bunco party, and '"' " ed refreshments of a dessert course, miscellaneous shower, at the home (_omp!ll!ients iVll'S. Hays The-individual cakes carried out the of Mrs. Edrington, honoring Miss color theme^.pf pale green and pink I Bctlv Jo Ross, bride-elect of Steven and! "Mary'Sue' and Howard" were] 6. Woodard Jr., of I'nducah. Ky. inssribed in icing on them. j The table where the gifts were : The of honor was presented j displayed was overlaid with a lace a cprs_age of'orchid asters as a gift table cloth centered witli a crystal froqi ihe'.'lfoslesses. (bowl tilled with pink carnations '• . ^'-- • - '.'• - and pink tapers in silver candelabra flanked Hie bowl. Tlic guest of honor was presented a corstvRO of red gladioli tips as a gift from the hostesses. In bunco games, Miss Mary Elizabeth Uallou was winner of high i score. Mrs. Leslie Hjorkland. second, and Mrs. 15. B. Ross, low. Tlic wedding motif was carried out in pink and white in Ihc iced course, served us refreshments. iVlarcia Webb Honored On Seventh Birthday Mrs. Hadley Kays was honored • in Marked Tree when her inother. Mr^. C. A. Dawson. entertained there Tuesday -with a luncliejn. Gues-s from Blytheville included Mrs. J. P. Rnydcr, Mrs. B. F. Broj- dcn, Mrs. A. T. llajs and Mrs. W. n. Ccbh M s. J. C. 1'ortis and Mr>. C. L. Shaver, both oi Marked Tree, also were guests. Mrs. Hays is :!w former Miss dances Dawson ol Marked Tre;. ; Clean Reconditioned iUSEDCARS > • Await Your Selection i at ^SHELTON Motor Company m-W.Ash Phone 438 Marela Ij?c Weob. daughter ot Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C. Webb, was honored yesterday afternoon with 1 a parly at alher Park, cclctral'm^; jicr scvcr-th birthday. Crimes were play?rl during the aT- le'.noon by the IS.sunV.K pve-wui. . The hcstcss. assisted by Ms. Wagner Adams, serve:! ho', dogs, iced drinks, cake and ice cream for re- Wm. FRASER Plumbinrg & Heating Co. Now Handling Commercial Refrigeration • Walk In Coolers • Reach In Boxes • Meat Display Cases • Frozen'Food Boxes Limited Supply Oil Space Heaten 401 E.isl Cherry 1'hnnc 21^2 Due to the Change of Telephone Numbers Our Phone Number Is How COBB FUHERAL HOME 603 West Main St. Just in Time for School THE BEST BALLPOiNT PEN VALUE Guaranteed lor good service! 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