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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 8, 1947
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HAUE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1947 Emily Wixson, Society Editor I'hone 4461 I Mary Sue Befrymtfn Becomes Bride iGivic Calendar f In'jDoubie-ring Ceremony at Church NHss'Miry Sue Be.rryniahi daugh-' ter ot Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Annlne Berryman, became the bride of :iin, erandinother of the brldei Following the reception, the couple left lor a wedding trip. For Alvin Howard Graham of Steele (raveling the bride wore a black nnd Caruthersville, Mo., in a cere- faille suit dress with a white blouse many at 5 o'clock"' yesterday after- | and white gardenia corsage. Her nodiV at Fir^t.Methodist Church, i accessories were In black and her The Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pas-! Mnck felt hat had a veil which tor, officiated at the double-rlne ' c<) '» ° a bo ' v f" 1 .. hc tatk ' wl , t " ereiuny in the • presence of a I tnc streamers falling over the targei number of friends and rela- shoulders. tlvls-of the couple. j ^ In it-he background was a c'urtnln ' D! cherry laurel while tapers bnrned In 'twin tiered holders,* Clematis vines were laced through'the clian eel railing and baskets of gladioli were placed at each side of the chancel entrance. White satin hows marked family pews and the couple knelt oii : H white satin pillow. Tapers were lighted by Miss Betty Black and" Miss. Barbara Culll- ison.• : Miss Black's frock wi|s ,in sen fc.aii gneen-with ; a : ;very, .full skirl and°a yoke; extending to form liny cap * sleeVesV';'Mlss" 'Cullison \vorc gold, witliTa.,sblUy.'rounded neckline ahti^-«-HX)Uffaht •skirl. Both wore Benhdut.' gardenias In their hair. ';:;;'.'""' '." ' ' Present Nuptial Music Miss Shirley Barhain, . oi'giinlst, I'i and Miss- i.\fe'rj. ^nn k Parks, soprano, presented nuptial;'music. Their selections Included. "Claire de Lune' by Debussy;':' Berlin's "Always"; "Because" by"D'HardelO", una "All For You" by Brown; During the exchange of vows ^NTIss Barhain played "Llebestrauih" by Liszt anc: for the 'pvocessional. "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" by Wagner. . Mendelssohn's "Wedillng Marcli" fro in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"-was' heard for the recessional. , . • MLss Baiham wore a rose crepe dress styled with " collar reaching to the waist in a cnpe effect' 1 and a corsage of white gardenias. Miss Parks' dress had a black lace bodice and a uouffnir, pin!; skirl and she pinned a cors.ige of Patricia pink gardenias at her v.hbulder. The bride Wfls given in marriage by her father. Her gown was of moiissellne de _so'l over a taffcla top and satui skirt with a portrait neckline'«>d-'titt«d-.bodlce •fastened to the^WferWlth self-covered-but will make lliclr home In aruthcrsvllle. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kelclmni, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Finkes, Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Williams. Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Slice- ey Sr., Mike Kellcy, Mrs. Jeanne M. Greenwn.y and Mr. and A1[rs. J. W. Hhincha'rt, Mr. anil Mrs. Sims Mlehle, nil of Steele; Mr. arid Mrs, ilbert Hazel. Mrs. bynn B. Smith, Mrs. Denver Pike, all of Cnruthers- vilie; Mr.s. W. O. Phelps of Wnr- ctell; Mr, and Mrs. John Thomas of Union City, Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hirers of Jone^boro. and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bacon of Caruthersville. Also -V/.ss Naomi Kuell, Uiiyd Albrllton und Miss Hilda PHimley of Steule and Miss .Earlini' McBrkle and Robert Gardner ol CaruthersvilH'. Rehearsal Party Given- By Mr., Mrs, Berryman TUESDAY (Sepl. !>) Lions Club—12:In p, in. Alncricah Legion—8:CO p. in. City council—7:30 1>, in. M'KONKSIiAV (Sc'pl. 10'. I Kiwanis Clul>—13:10 p. m. TllllltSDAV Ititfi. II) Hotary Chib—ia:lij p. m. FKIIIAY (Sept. 14) Fodibull: Junior Illttli PAIW vs. Marki;:! Tree, here—8:00 p. m, :enlor lllfjh Chicks vs. B] Dorado, there—8:1)0 p. in. At The Hospitals Gold Star Guest BI.YTIIKVll.I.K IIOKI'ITAI, Admitted: M. A. Thompson, city. Palsy June McHnffey, lUc. :t. city, Jahi'.ny Smilli, lit«. 2, city. W. II. Nortiicin. III*. 1, city. W. H. Nortliern, nic. I. clly. Cirncly Ellis, city. Alton Howi'll, CiU'ulher.svlIlL', Mo. Jnme.s John AsV.ln.s, Rt«\ 1. city. Jim Berry Hurdln, No. 9. Mrs. J. M. Cog|>lns. me. 3, city. Mrs. C. A. 13ifwcr, clly. Dismissed : Mrs C. M. Tolls, Miinllii. W. M. Stewart, cily. Bnrlmia Pute. lllahtowcr. (ius Cooper, Cooler, Mo. Mis. .1. H. W-.iencr, .Holland; Mo. Mrs. ri:i/cl McKei'llwii, Csuulli- ersvlllc. Birtlis: Cadet Supply Sergt. J. E. „.,„„, (son ol Charles E. Cdbb of Biyth'e- ville, was among the rion-cornrhls- sloiied officers In the cadet corps. at Virginia Military Institute: who assumed duties at the opening bt tlie Kail session loist week', it wiis announced today. HP Is also a Vnein- ber or the varsity football, teupi Mr.s. J .T. Ashley has returned from Portajieville, Mo., where. sl>e spent several (lays with her daugh- Utr, Mr;;. John 11. Wall and Mr: Wall. - i Mrs. .1. P. Garrott and daughter, Betty Lee, have returned 'from wil- Hiliijitoi), N. C., where they have spent tin' past month. Mrs. C. H. Penn is spending the ttay in Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Lipford are tlie parents of a son born Friday' .morning al the Blytheville Hospital, j Ho has been named Charles. Llridel. The l.lpfords have a Uaugliler, Sandra, three. Mrs. Upford Is 'the former Mls.s Louise Hardln of Bell. Miss Poggy wliltner. of Dallas; Tex,, is spending a few days'with her parents. Mr. aiid Mr.s. P. W. Whltner. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne I,. Oxford and son spent the weekend in Pine Illnff. .(iinmy IVrks was in Meinphls yes- tei'day [o visit his fatlie'r, Max Park's, who is'a patient .at Hie IJaptlst Hospital there Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jainte Lunmar Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bevrynuui were host and hostess at their homL at 1300 West Hearn St., with a ie- henrsal dinner for members of the Cirnham-Berryinan wedding party. The ceremony look place yesterday afternoon at. First Methodist Church. A profusion of pink and white roses effectively arranged throughout the home formed a setting for the 1« guests. The three-course din- served at tables centered with crystal compotes of pink pompon chrysaiithontttms. Marking liie bride's chair was a cluster of ;>lcnrdy gladioli and fern tied with' in orchid bow. The dessert course carried out a bridal theme with ice crenm in wedding l>ell anil \veddini; slipper j shapes. | Guests from out of town were Mr. GrnhnnVs mother. Mrs. Onlc Graham of Steele. Theluert Bishop am! Tenn.. twice last week in the B!;,'- hevilie Plying Club';; Aeroir.'a. 'Ihfee Ibnner Army pilots from Blylheville flew to Memphis S:u- irclay to parlici]XUe in the Ann;,'.; 'eserve training program U.cvj. They were Worth Il:l-Jer, Cliarics BlUner ami I,. O. Posev .Jr., Th3V nade tlie trip in an . Army C-l! An honored guest of the American Legion at convention in New York was Mrs. Joseph S. llagerty of Atlantic City, N. J.. president of Gold Star Molbprs. ;Jle'eves .puip-c- to' a tons. calla jitfiLuV'-.oUfi'- tile-* hands and circllns~' 1 Uip'i bouffant •skirl... were headedr~riafnt5T r The 1 skirt extended into a"c5art-'a : Sln r S;n v i3"her'veil of illusion was fastened to a tiara of seeded pearls. She wore a strand of pearfs, a gilt of the bridegroom. She carried a while bible mounted with Belmont gardenias and white gladioli floreete-s from which fell a cascade of stephanotis tied with satin ribbon. Miss Anne wcedinati was Hie bride'S~'triaid of honor. Her frock wiis \lh'"k'4ua"'with a satin bodice and ^ very, full net skirt. She carried 'Sirhollyhock pink niRllnc heart centered with fragile rubvnnn lillics, picardy" gladioli florettes and tuberoses, and in her hair she fastened a flvitf. of maline In matching aqua and Jjfnk shades. Tlxelbert • Bishop of Steele was Mr. Graham's best man. Robert Berryniavf, brother of the. bridtf.f and Reginald Harper of Steeljj^were groomsmen. ; . Reception is Held Following the ceremony, a reception : was held In the social rooms of the] church. Whit*; glridioli arrangements formed,'a setting for the jntiny gufits. Th c refreshment table; was draped with a cut-work cloth* ^and featured a three-tiered weddjng" cake toppfd with carnations t and tuberoses,- .with .these flower^ also encircling .the base of the cike. Punch, in- which white gardenias floated, was served from two . srystal bowls ' ; and" candles burned in dmibl e crystal holders. MISs' Frances' Field, Miss Donna Wunderllch and Miss Virginia Williams presided at Ihls •. table. Also assisting were Miss Muriel Knudsen, Miss Blllle Sue Burks and Miss Rosein'nry Johnston. :M|iss Joanne Campbell was irv charge of the bride's^ book. They wore frocks in pastel "shades and gardenias in their hair,' ^ ; Pia'iip selections were presented by Miss Bariiam during the reception. Th? [bride's mother wore a black sheer. Vith black and pink accessories and a corsag c of pink gardenias.- Mrs. Graham chose grey tefge' With black accessories and a pink '.gardenia corsage. Also speolnl guests .were Mrs. Althea Randolph of CarUthersYllte, great grandmother of the bride, who wore a blue dotted'sheer, and Mrs. Etta Berry- Reginald Harper, botli of Steele. Mrs. Lynn B. Smith of Caruthersville, houseguest of the Bcrrymuns, assisted in entertaining. • « • family Reunion Held By Taschner Daughters A faintly reunion was held yesterday, by Uiic seven" daughters of the Horn to Mr. and Mrs. L. B, Baker, city, a son Saturday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hoyett, city, a daughter Saturday. Horn to Mi - . and Mrs. Ralph Barber, Cooter, a daughter Kundny. WAIJ.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. D. N. Wilkerson, city. Mary 1/iulse Lovvorn. Osceola. Winston Lovvorn, Ostienln. Mrs. Gallic Moore, Osceola. Mrs. R. E. Illankeiiship and baby. Rle. 3, city. Mrs. [ialph ClurR, Caruthcrsville. .luc T, Burton, Cooter. Mrs, C. L. Stockton. Rte. 2, city. C. T JJowncr. Rte 3, city. John Ford, city. MKTIIOUIST HOSPITAI,. Mciniilils Dismissed: Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., city. Mrs. Erwiti .Tones, city. Mrs. \V. C. Cullum, city. BAPTIST IIOHI'ITAI,, MemphisDismissed: , Hazel While. Osceola. Mrs. E. Jernigan, Annorel. left yesterday for New Orleans, La., where they will make their home. Mr.s. l.auman Is tlie. furme.r Miss Maudlo Modlnger. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr. • Mr. and Mrs, Erwin Jones have (•{•turned from Memphis, Wliere Mrs. .)one.s nniierwent tre'alhieiit at tlie Airport News Piiolo Zune Hall und W. H. Ynr- brouyh tried anotjit-r iiiin-makin opi'j-atifjn over the O.sneoia urea yy.s- lerduy but wen- unable to find th'. 1 righl kind of cloud. However, they said they will keep looking for the cumulo-nimbus type of ruin olout: which "they say can be converted into rain by the addition of dry ice Mowing operations are underwfi> .loday :U the Municipal Airport 'I lie cutting is beins? done on the i;ra.ssy areas between the concrete runways to provide forced landing | space in the event it is necessary. At the ground school session tonight, a weather film on oreluded ljunts will be shown. Navigation ing last week included: | Charles Llzenbec of Dexter, Mo.; ' J, M. Brock of Olncy. Texas, 'fay- lorcraft; J. D. Church of Bl^ E;)rinKS. Texas; W. ii. -Bradshaw of Jackson, Tenn,, in Piper Cruiser: Homer Town.send of Jackson, Tenn., Piper Cmiser; B. J, of Morgan Guy. La., Htinson; A. A. winch landed hole to pick up «s;r- [Pace of 'IVunmnn, Cub Coupe; anil ve pilots taking ))art in the training, Chaih-s (iainett of Hoskinsi-llle, Transient' pilovs'lanrtii- — "•' '' Ky " Kl ' colli>e - The Latin word "as," a unit of weight, is tlie source of our "ace," us?d in connection with playing cards 0)' d'K'e. Do you suffer distress from Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Lynn B. Smith, who has been the house^-itest of the 11. A. Berry- niuh family and who was here especially for the wedding yesterday of Miss Mary Sue Berryman to Alvin Howard Graham of Caruth- L'VsviHe. has returned Id her home in Cnrtilhcrsvitle. I Jerry Morgan, who is attending i study will occupy the remainder of tlie session. • Mr. wild Mrs. Paul Pi-yor made :i local Slight last week with C. V. St'ljinujh in hi:; Naviun. It was Mrs. Fryer's first plane ride. Several local aviation enthusiast;; ttew to Memphis yesterday to .see th-! air shiiw there. Frank Farris received his prlva?.: 1 late Miv and Mrs. J] A. Taschnen Hostesses for the affair were three of the daughters, Mrs. John Wagnon, Mrs. Agnes Lane and Miss Margaret Taschner. Twenty-six members of the liw-1 mediate family gathered at Walker) Park for an all-day picnic. Tills \ was the first family reunion with i nit the daughters and their families present since 1931. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Joe Kueter and daughters, Misses Mary Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs.. Paul Jofoe hostess to Club Eight members. Mrs; Dale Shaffer BriggS'WllI entertain Trl-Town Club. St.. Stephen's Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. John Fields, 7-.30 p. m. WEDNESDAY Suduiiry T'areiU-Tcncher Association meeting al Sndbury School, J p. in., preccoclci! In- executive board meeting, 2:39 p. in. WEDNESDAY Junior Royal Association of First Baptist Church meeting at the church, 3:30 p.m. THURSDAY Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters ol tiic Confederacy :neet- Alice and Joan Kueter of Balboa. Pflnnma Canal Zone. Mi's. E. A. Meyer and son E. A. Jr.. of Mcm- l)hls; Mr. and Mr.s. E. A. I-ewey and son. James Blac-k txnvey of Helena: Mr. arid Mrs. C. H. Bass and sons, Curl and Joe, and taugh- tor, Miss Mary Lon Bass of l.epanto: Piano Fund GroWS nnd Kenneth Lynn Choates, son of' C. M. Choates and the late Mrs.. The Innd to unrthasc n new piiuio West Main SI.. 12:30 p. m. THUfiSDAY Mrs. Cleo Wren liaslesr, to Jnllj Eight Club. lerdiiy for Conway where she will enter Hendrix College. She; was accompanied by -Mr. and' Mrs. Earl Stabler,' who ;ai& linking their honte there while" Mr* Stabler is atlendr; ing Hendrix. v-'here he wil! bft H junior. Mr. und Mrs. Stabler have Mecn visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. l ; l. Cook, for the past two weeks. Miss Joyze Damon left Friday for Cupe Girardcau, Mo., where she will Emma Choates of West Helena. Informal Afternoon Party Mrs. Crittenden Gives rY.Vs Marvin Crittenden entertained Saturday with an informal afternoon party honoring Mrs. Lloyd Porter, who was Miss Kathryn Cleveland belore her wedding today. The buffet, held a miniature bridal scene on a mirrored plaque and .he dinning table, overlaid with a madcirii cloth, had a. centerpiece of white asters in a crystal bowl. Tlie home was beautifully decorated with bouquets of white roses carrying out the bridal motif. Thg guest of honor was presented a gift from the hostess Parly fod and Iced drinks were served for refreshments. | tor Jean Martin, crippled Ucll girl, had Increased to S'-MO today. Additional gifts were from J. C. Ellis, $10; H. O. Hertford, 50; Ben Franklin store. S5; Mrs. H. C. Campbell, $2; Uuford Martin, $1 and cash Si- Dally Crimes Crime during an average day in the United'States consists of 12 accidental killings, 18 murders, 31 rapes, 163 aggravaled assaults, 831 places burglarized, 062 cars slolcn. 149 robberies, and 23T1 other thefts I BINGO '_"•. Wednesday, Sept. TO " • 8 p.m. i| LEGION HUT -.' ' Special Prizes •This is one Bingo Party that will op«n your eyes •* * ; DONT MISS i:. , 50c ., Xn proceeds go to sopporl American Legion ;. Junior Baseball Luxora News Aubrey HimBcrforil of Dyer.sbnrg, enn.. vlsitctl his sister and fiunily, \Ir.s. o. N. Forrest o[ Luxora. hist veek. Mr. and Mrs. Ewrll Walters and on, Horace Wayne, of Blytheville. •isited her parents, Mr. und Mrs. O. N. Forrest, and tuinily last week. Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 .Slate College ut Joiies- pilots license hist week. lioro, spent the weekend here witli j Making their firs: solo llight.i Ills iMii-enls. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.' last week were James Trijilrtl and Morgan. • Janu ; s McICi5,son. Shirley liarhnm tins returned 1 Harold VVriglit (lew to Dycrsbnrg. liomi! after spending several weeks ill Mcmuhls with her frillier, Bruce Uavhtuu, Mrs. Bnrham ftiid family. Miss Louella Barnes left-yester- lay morning for Port Smith to spend the day with her aunt, Mrs. S. L,. Crow, before gothg lo-Ftiy- ettcville to enter the University of \rknnsas for her freshman year. Miss Bonnie Sue Cook left yes- entc-r Southeast Missouri SLate College lor her sophomore year. Mr. anil Mrs.C. P. Tucker and Dr. ami Mrs. Cecil Branson have n:- tmncU lioinr: from San Francisco, wlii-rc Or. Branson recently received his discharge from Ihc Army Medical Coi'i). They returnee) by the hcrthcrn route and made a tour of he Northwest. Dr. Branson's plans r his practice location av'c itulef- the .fir NOTICE NOW AVAILABLE : of your ' Grocery and Cafe Clover Farms ?' Scaltest Milk & Dairy Products Oracle "A" Pasteurized - You've Tried' (he llesl Now Try tlie Best! Call for Scaltest Milk Delivered FRESH !>>•::/ East Arkansas '..'ilk Co. 3133 Pr>'"'iic Ave. nis, Tenn. Aristoh-'s Holier Aristotle, not knowing of bird mi- jration. was puzzled over the chant 1 ,ng variety of birds from' ° season, and finally declared thr ' ll(? type of bird changed into ar '-" er - Music Studio Siano and Violin EDITH Sf EPHAN, GSM, London, England 207 North Fifth St. Phone 850 guess ea " Modern . . . delicious . . . one! nourishing! Corn-Soya is llie good-for-you result of 20 years of work and experiment by Kellogg's, a wonderfol blending of light and lively flavor, plus nourishing food-votue. You'll like the way the golden, cruncViy shreds stay crisp in milk. You can be glad lhal Corn-Soya brings your family vitamins, minerals, and proteins they need for test at work °' play ' Gel Corn - s °y a at V ow grocer's today. Sally CORN for flavor end •H*r«y With Its Nervous, Highstr c:;ig Feelings? Are you troubled liy lilstr^cT of ( male Itincttunu) i::>>uih]y anccsV Dot's H ui:tki- yo< Ticrtoiis, cruii^y. IPMI hit itiootly—u try LycU:\ !•:. Ooinpunud to n'Lltvf MR-JI sv tcn:s! Women Ijy t^.f iJiU'f r^KH'Hril rOMKll'klllJJ 1'JtiAl.iii'A'K Dcjctotb ir.i|[ u 'jictln )UL> n lii'uiui sooihln;; i-jfcct on otn- of u'onuin's mom important on 1 "J^ 'iuhfti r<?^i:ifi'r)y--rt]ikJmni's Ctnu- |;oiuid helps outlfl up rt-sLsiniK-e u^lustsuchrll&tfi.iji. U's Aiujiidchtc Louie! AH (Ir Monthly Female Pains Pinkbutn's CompmimV Is r.r/y effecttve to relieve monthly crumps. ht-ailiK'tif, jjitcltuchL'. — when clue to (t.iniik- functional monthly dlsiuriK\tict-a. MOSS BRYAN Suggests (lie use of oiii' Loy-Awciy Plon for your convenience in seeding "il'lK for early ^hristnuiK shopping, or lor thill sixfciu! "somethins"" you want' for .voursclf. THE GIFT SHOP 103 Bust SUa/n Slrect Upholstering VEGETABLE . 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Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opena 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO'KI.CN 8:00 aim. 12:« p.m 4:30 pA Last Time Today Boomerang with Djna Andrews and Jane Wyoll Paramount News and Short Continuous Showing Kvoryday Tuesday Wcilnesdiiv WV I ki Selected Shorts Continuous SlHUvmg Kvcryday ANisilVERSARY CHEST 52 piece scr\-ice for eighi ncluding' chest — $64 .75 100 PIECE SERVICE FOR H«M MI i ( ul nui -^ i .1 in tcnnul CKcsi \\nli Vi'tvt- ing at vxtra charge, 8, JlOt-OO t\" n 'n Un- An ideal starting service for ihe bnJf. Service includes- 1A teaspoons 1 knives S forks S soup spoons 8 satatl forks 2 tablespoons 1 binicr knife I sugar ^poon JEWELRY STORE Box Office Opens at 1:00 p u. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:90; Stuitr 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. an.J Son. Batpib Night Everj Night Kirrp< Satnnlay No pane* honored on Snndar •> the ROIT Last Time Today Stanley and Livingstone with Kjicurrv Tracy ;u<il I!ir>inrd fin-enr Fov- NVws and SrlrrCril Slmrt Tucsiiay Wi'tiiicsdiiv

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