The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 9, 1947
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PAGBTW<> BLYTHEVlLLli; (ARK.) COU1UEK NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1947 Phone t£3? MijsgptevelQnd BeCbrnes Bride OfiQbyd Porter , globing taprs .'and ar- rangaftj«nL£ of gladioli -'abd.'giant while- Khrysanthemunis formed a settirtg^ftt- the wedding of Miss KathfyjKCleveland, daughter of Mr. and Ur£»Xyames Monroe Cleveland, to LJoydiSporter, son of Mr. and Mrs. I*wg? Porter. , ... Th$ itonbie-ring ijjes. were.per- form^MlO o'clock yesterday morning at'jPirst Baptist Church with the Rev;-'IE. C. Brown, pastor, of- ficialjn& 5 !lii the presence oi relatives I oiid. Intimate friends of the couple, £.-,i CadiWrBl tapers at the chancel ontrajiff;.'fgy,e.a^ ; ai£lv x cffe£t and .u cential .^rjjjigerotnt. .was .'of Jerri marked w)UfiV%niie-saVih'bows while vasesj of fern were also • placed at each;end of the chancel. White Mr. and Mrs. Virgil I. Hill announce the engagement and approaching in a r- rlkge of their daughter. Miss Margaret Kill, to Alfred l). Kemper. son of Wll- llnm Kemper and the late Mrs. Kemper. The will be Will Wed in Late Fall wedding solemnized In late Fall. Miss ' Hill was graduated from Elytheville High School and Is now employed at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company here. Mr. Kemper attended Blylhe- ville High School anil served three years in t h e armed forces, of which two and a half were overseas in the European theater. He Is now employed at Ecu White nml Sons, Contractors. Program Meetings Held "Am I -Fiiithful To Myself" was Clri-lo mi the program topic ul all the elr- Missionary cle group meetings yesterday of Church the Woman's •Auxiliary of First nflci'iioon Presbyterian churoh. homes. Mrs; Aubrey conwhy was hostess Mrs. S. R Lee satin-bows marked family pews.' As-Miss Shirley Barham, organist,' presented pre-nuptlal music, tapers 'were lighted ,by Miss Elolse Barnes. Miss Barliam played ''Venetian Love Song" and Schubert's "Serejiade." .During the exchange of vqws, the' strains df "Claire dr Luncr by Debussy were heard nnd traditional wedding marches were playetl. - ' • . The bride wore a beige street dress styled with the new long torso and caught up at each side to form n small' bustle. Her accessories were r* • n ' i • w; in bipwn and her brown hat had rOf V i'esbytei'ian Women n lijgh crown with a dipping fen- I ther.'The veil around the brim was cnugtit at Iht back and fell to the waist! j She carried a white Bible topped with n white orthid and while gladioli fjorottes from which -showered narrqw white satin ribbons and stejihanotls. ••.-.' . Miss Hope WhUworth , was the bride? matron of b.onor. Her dreHs v.ns in a paJtmlnd 'shade and she wore-greeji accessories arid R round corsage of yellow gludlolt tips and yellow pompqn asters centered wltii a green cypripedium orchid charlenso maime Huff. ML>Js Barlutm wore a pink hurt black, printed silk crepe 'with a corsage .of .pink gardenias and white tuberoses and Miss, fames' teal blue '.dress was fashioned with n bustle effect. She pinned a deep purple orchid at her shoulder. Joe^ Warren was Mr. Porter's Best Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and -Mrs.-Porter left for a wedding trip to Northern points. Upon their,return. Mr. Porter wiB enter I "'. the University of Arkansas, Fayette- "" ville, • where they will make their home' while he ;is a student there. jBaptist Women Mold i Mont lily Circle Meets of tlio Woman's Society or First llnp- t' held yesterday nt. various members to Circle One wiien 11 members and one visitor. Mrs. C. M. Clrny, auxiliary president, were present'. Mrs. Hooper was the progrnm Isadet- niul Mrs. Willilrd pease gave hostess to clyht members of Circle One. for Rcceplion Compliments | Mrs. W. H. Stovall Jr. i One of the prettiest parties given | In Blythevllle this year was a reception last night at the Woman's Club in compliment to Mrs'.' W,il- llain li. Ktovall, who was MlM Patricia J.?e Glacier of Hot .Springs b^Iore her recent marriage. Mrs. J. G. Barnes was hose less for the affair, at which M Biiesl.s called lo give their best wishes to the bride/ The hostess, charming in a plnlc evening ijou'ii wiln a single . pink rose pinned lit her shoulder; tin! oi honor, who wore palest blue with a corsage of |)hik carnu-' [ions jin'sentecl to her by the hostess; and Mrs. W. II. .Stovall, Sr. f |moitiH (il the bridegroom, wearing black evening (town wllh a red rose at her shoulder, nia^e uj) iho rCL-civlni; line. ' Decorations llirouft'ioul uu' club were MI pink, with that shade -predominating in effective arrangements of garden flowers and used in I he centerjilecc ol roses for the relreslmienl Lnble. The tu'uie was laid with :L lace cloth and u cut;-, b'huw hem-] on u mirrored /plaque held Uic roses, while softly" tlowiug tapers in silver holders completed the table decorations. Presiding at this table was .Miss Jane Casilio and also assisting in enlortiilnliiB were Mrs. Vnriuil Deal ana Mrs. J. n. Htovnll. Kelreshniiinl.s of canapes, mints, Individual cukes iec;l in .white with plnl: rosebuds and other puny foods were :.erve<l with punch. Mrs. Alton JuKfjers,. the hostess' ih'.UKluer, presented piano selections IhroiiBhoul the evening;. Mrs. Slovail's cha:r at the table on which gifts for her were placed WHS also decorated in pink In .curry out the color .scheme. Triple Birthday Party Given by Mrs. Allen Triple birlhdiiys were celebrated lust, night when Mrs. R. C. Allen Bits of News Mrs. Al Warner of Seattle, Wash, has returned U) licr- home after .sp?ndhn! a week here as of ijer aunt. Mrs. Theodcre Logan. Mrs. Joe Kueter and daughters, Misses Mary Allen and Joan Kue- U'i'. of tiie Canal Zone, left this morning- for Suginuw, to visll relatives. They also plan Methodist Youth Attend Meeting At Wilson Church When HID Methodist Youth Fcl- lowslil]) lifld 'Its Sub-District meeting last night at Wilson Methodic. Church, 25 young ptopiu and adult counselors from • Blythpville Kirsl Methodist and l.<ikr> Street Air- thodLst eliurche.-i were present. The R«v. E. O. Knelwl, pastor, gave n brief talk on "Friendship" foe the devotional and a busines; meeting followed. It was decided tliat U;e council which Mrs. Cl. J. M. C. Oull: Walker and All's, prayers. Mi's. Kcndnll Kerry tauijhl the lesson. 'Mrs. lesson Theodore Logan tnught the for the six member.s uf Circle Two who met with Mrs. C. M. Snmrt. Mrs. K. p. Coatos and Mrs. Smart led In prayer. Circle Three met with Mrs. Hary Ftlt/uls xvith nine nioniber.s and nuyaii, pre- by Mrs. C. ropp fsetngs Held For Council Members , The Woman's Council. of the First Christian Church met yesterday in circle; groups. The Hope .group was entertained by M{s. L. L .Ward Sr.. at her home on Main Street.- Mrs. Ben Harpole, ^grpup leader, was in charge ' the devotional. Mrs,'H.-'T. KIKdd and Mrs. U. 1,. E'Jbanks. were hostesses lo Circle Two at the Kicld home when Mr.s. Rodney L. Banister, assisted b/ Mrs- Bill young, was In charge of ihci 0 - llc v]Mu ,_ Mfs . „ proBiam. Nine .nembers were pros- se , nl Pl . nvcl . s - wm . lcc | cut. i . Circle Three tvas enlcrlalncd by ,, mil am | n 1( . U , SSO] , wns (:U18 | U )jy Mrs. T. J. : Mnhun Rt her home on Mrs. D. B. Blcdsoe. Walnut Street. Mrs. Walter Day: , f, lK '.sheluiirne fircwer was hos- led the. program for the seven t CUK -to tight members of Circle members present. Pour, for which Mrs. Waller Bishop Mrs. Tlmd Nlcol and Mrs. J. C. thnghl. the lesson. Mi-s. Tl. W. Wool- Walsh were hostesses to Circle en nnd ..V'vs. .i. W. Portlork led Five at the Nicol home Mrs. G. prayers. W. DUnhunty was program lender Nine members of circle Five met Mrs. J. E. Carter gave the wllh Mrs. Robert Grimes. Mr::, vu. devotional. Mrs. Dilalumty and Mrs. E. Buchanan und Mrs. T. IT. C. M. • Gray were guests other Hnyncs led prayers nnd Mrs. Roy than the eight members present. Hciul tnunlH Uic lesson. The Business Women's Circle met ' Mis - Tom Jackson - was hosier with Mrs. W. C. Leggett and Mrs. | to cll 'cle Six. The nine members at- Eob Burns as hostesses at thc[ tcIU " n B Lcggett' ; home. The program topic i Mrs - - E for their meeting was "Brace Up Your Minds". Mrs. Alice Womack study'- course,, entitled, "Facts Bibler and Mrs. Albert Tay- of the of'the lor gave the-Idevotional, taken from the Arkansas •'Method 1st publication. Mrs. JameV Terry was hostess to members of .£he Failh group when they .had a 'business meeting: Mrs. Ban Henderson was in charge of the ijevotloi^al, /wh'ich was a talk on tbe "Shepherd sorig." Tlie Love, -group was entertained by MVs. John e. McHnney Sr., and the devotional, ta'kon from the book, "Abundant Living ""\hy E. Stanlay Jone% was given by Mrs'. R. S. Baird. Afttr the various group meetings, memBers gathered at the McHaney homtfor^a social tea. at which Mrs. McHaney a.nd Mrs. :O. A. Taut were hostesses. Assisting them were Mrs. Joe y. McHaney and Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp. '- Duijing thejaoclal hour a small orgarr was dedicated for use In the new fhurch. ._ I Maxwell C. S. Lemons \vas program leader for the eight members- attending the meeting and Mrs. r. Lowrey wns another guest. Wilson Women Speak At Methodist Meeting Mrs.'E. O. Knet/.el of Wilson, district nnd conference officer in the Women's Society of Christian Service/and Mrs. Alma Hnrnclcn, also of Wilson and also a district officer, spoke yesterday when the W. S. C. S. of First Methodist Church here had a program and business session. The devotional was given by Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham ami Mrs.'M. O. Usrey also participated on the program, which was entitled. "Child and Its Education at Home and in Foreign Fields:" Hostesses were Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Mrs M. O. Usrey. Mrs. .1. W. Adams Sr.. Mrs. W. V. Johnston. Mrs. B. F. Broydon Sr., Mrs. A. C. Hnley, Mrs. Pied t'lceinun. Ihi 1 ft social inccLnig- ctii.s \vcrc served clurlng session folio wiujj onch interlalncd with u dinner pilrty at Club Velvet, Haytl, Mo. Guests of honor, all of whom.ob- served birthdays this week, were Mr. and Mrs. Sum Owens and Mr. Allen. Mr. Allen and Mrs. Owens observe birthdays on the same'day and the parly for them Is an annual affair. Mrs. Owens' birthday is only a day laUir and so the affair was in honnr ul nil Ihree this year. .- Mcitip'hiaii Honored Al Afternoon Party Steve Schumacher wns honoriv.l Eataitlay afternoon when ills aunt, Mrs. C. A. llindman, gave n weine roast and party for him at' her home on H earn Street. In the early afternoon the .ten guests enjoyed .swimming and later ninved games. Ann and Kay Hiiul- man assisted their mother in ei 1 .- U'rtalnini;. ' ' Al The Hospitals KI.YTIIKVn.J,!', IIOSI'ITAL Admitted: Mr.^. Bryan LitRac. PortnRCV Mo. . . , Pesey .lones. Cooler, Mo. H. P. Burgess. Osceola. Cismisscd: Grnily Ellis, city. Mrs. Kftte Blankenship. city. Rot-ert smith. Horne.r'sville. Mo. Alton Howell. Carulhersvlllc. Mo. Mrs. -C. A. Hrcwcr, city. Births: Born to Mr. and' Mrs. R:iy Howning, Armorel. a daughter this morning. WAIJ.S IIOSl'ITAI. Lisinissed: Mrs. Oeoi'Ke Farmer and baby, Manila Jake Jake clni'k. Mrs. H. W. city. W. A. Blankcnship. city. Mrs. Gti.s Austin and baby. U) visit in' Chicago. From Michigan. Mrs. Kueter and Joan will return lo the Cunal Zone and Miss Mary Alice Kneler will go to Celumr.ns, Ohio., where she will onloj 1 college of St. Mary's In the Ijju. Joyneiy Prank Nicholson and Spring. Miss Marilyn , Dcen. Miss Mary Don Cliamblin left yesterday for FityeUevlllc. where they will'at- tend the University of Arkansas. Max Parks was dismissed from tint Baptist Hosjiital In ' Memphis yesterday and Is now al his home on Chlckasawba Avenue. His condition Is much Improved. Miss Mary Jo Nabers left Ibis morning fo'r Naslivillc, Teinv, where she will enter Ward-Ik'hnont College for her first year. Premiss Holder Jr., and James Morgan have gone to Clarksville, where they will be students at the .School of Pharmacy of the College ul Ihe O/arks. Mrs. N. ,1. Neill Is critically III al the home of her daughter, Mrs. eorge N. Stllwell. 112 Davk St. She became ill while visiting sister, Mr.s. H. Greer. in East Prulrie. Mo. Hero lo be with her .llsti are Mrs. D. C. Freman of Hot Springs, Mrs. J. B. Jones, Mr.s. Paul '• Warren and Mrs. Vick Neill. all of St. Louis. Mr. and t.\4/.-s. j. H. Schumacher U" Memphis motored here Saturday lor their son, Steve Schumacher, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. A. llindman and daughlers, Ann and Kay. Condition of A. M. Van Winkle, who has been a patient at. the Bau- lisl Hospllal in Memphis for the past few-weeks, is much improved. Tommy Simon and Carl Lay were in St. Lonis over the weekend to attend the ball Barnes. Mis. Carl Lay and two c-.i;;drfin. Carl Jr.. and Carlene. are visitin« her mother. Mr.s. K. Cl. Morris, in Round Pond. Mr. ami Mrs. William. H. Stovall Jr., left today lor University of Arkansas. Payctteville, where they will make their home while Mr. Stovail is a senior. Miss Betty Jean Hill will leave tomorrow for Hattiesburg, Miss., where she will-be-Assistant Professor of Voice at Mississippi Southern College. She will be motored down by her lather. Dr. E. ; V. Hill. of the Sub-district, would meet iiv Osceola the sucon.l Monday in October and that the next Stib- dlslricl, uift'ling v/oiilil be held in Iteiser in November.. It was also deckled to make some changes in the report blanks uy vr.iich the banner count is taken. The banner is awarded for outstanding attendance. work and general excellence. Whilton was presented the banner last night by OsccoJa ami Blytheville, who tied for lirsl place. . Virginia Bird, Monetle patchell and Helen Harden of Wilson were in charge of the games and pro^rum. •Reirephments uf .sandwiches. cookies ami isud drinks were served at the close of the meeting. The Australian bushnum eats his dog when it becomes old and useless. Head Courier News Want Ads. Notice New Barber Rates for LUXORA Effective Monday, Sept. IS Haircut 75c Shove 50c OK Barber Shop White Way Barber Shop YWA Gives Program Al Mission Meeting A state mission program niid pageant WHS i;iven last uujht when the Vounn woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church hu'L al. the home of Miss Maiioii Maycs. Miss lA'la Rose Cnstlio. a visitor, and nine iiunuuer.s vvei'ii present. Miss BPi-iiu-p overman was in charge of the program, (luring which u .state mission offering wns made. Aftsr the group was dismissed with prayer, tile hostess served rcfrc-Slunrnls. Memphis Plans Welcome Home for Miss Amerhn •MEMPHIS. Twin., Sept. !l. IUPI — Plans are uiuk-rway for a jinirul linrade and hilarious welcome home | Zl-S'iv.r-oM .Memphis beauty who celebration Tor Karbara Jo Walker, rms been crowned Miss America of ------------- — ___ 11147 it \\a.s disclosed today. Mrs. C. W. Rainoy. Mrs. W. C. lli[;-l The exact date and tiuii- of her lilnsoil alitl ^tl.s. A. 1-:. Himtly. retln-n ht've is not known us vol. Clarke. S teecl.M oh (ma Olai'K-. Sleele. Mo E'.-adley and baby. a. city. Mrs. U. B Crawford and liaby . Mrs. John T. Carson and baby Tomato. Civic Calendar (Sept. », eg ioii— 8:00 p. m. City Couhbll-7-Ts30 p. in. WEDNFSDAY (Scpl. 10. 1 •Kiwiiiiis Club — ]'2:1D p. in. THURSDAY (Sept. 11) Roliuy Club— 12:10 p. in. Football: Junior- High Paps v.s. Marked lYec,'-hcrc— 8:00-p.::«. FUIIJAY (Sept. K} Senior High Chicks vis. 'El' Dorado, there— 8:00 p. in*' Coming Events WEDNESDAY Snd'uiiry Parent-Teacher Association mcclliiK at Sudbury Sahool, :i p. m.., prececded by executive bourd meeting, 2:30 p. m. Junior Royal Association of First Baptist Church meeting at the church, 3:30 p.m. THURSDAY Elliott Fletcher C:inpicr of United Daughters of the Confederacy meeting witli Mrs. <Vf. J. Dcnton, 1109 West Main St.. 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Clco Wren hoslcss to Jolly Eight Club FRIDAY The Alpha -DDlUi Chapter of Beta Eiy,mu Phi will tncet at 2:30 p.m. ut the home of Mr.s. lime Moses. 220 N. Franklin St. Read Courier News Want Ads 4uxora, Ark. r HAIRY VETCH CC«O>>^»>>:>>>>:«>;:<»:;«>;>:;»>:>-.;>;>;> : >-«-» 2 , ;;c . and Common Rye, Oals, Wheat and Barley > ; S«ed. P . . . Ready for Fall Seeding I New and Factory Reconditioned Soybean Sacks • BiyHieyHle Soybean Corp. W. Main Phone 856-57 Kwsyi-^io*;.-^*:*********;..? Have you •T«r se«n anyone leare part ol a GRAPH TE? Triced from GUARD'S GRAPETTE has a flavor you enjoy ANYTIME, thirsty or noil Fowlston School of Musk Piano -- Organ -- Voice Theory Harmony Hythm Classes for I're-ScluHtl Children All Registrations Musi Ik> In'ltefore Sept. Teachers Accredited by Arkansas State Teachers Association 809 Chickasawba Plume 20-19 Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 Sewing & Alleriil ions I'hulie 3Ui9 Lois Marr Danforth ?.ti>. l)uut;:ui BINGO Wednesday, Sept, 10 8 p.m. LEGION HUT Special Prizes This is one Hingo I'arly dial will open your eves DONT MISS 50c All proceeds so (o supporf American Legion Junior Baseball YOU WOMEN WHO SUfrtK HOT FLASHEStnen FEEL CHILLY- Enjoy our delicious, select, well- coolccd footls . . . swiftly, courteously .served! Evci-ylinu- you dine out treat yourself to maximum pleasure at minimum pi-ices! JOHNS CAFE J«!l West Main Rt. Here's Good News! Are you between the a-jcs of 311 and 51i <mrj gulny Uirouyti ihut trying functlomO 'nilddlG-iiye' iitirlotl peculiar to woniun? Does this make you suffer from hot flushes, feel nlumrny, so nervous, irrltabtu. wrak? Then DO try Lyitla E. Phikhnm'g Vegetable Compound to relieve fiiicm i.yrtiiHoins! It's famous for this! 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