The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1947 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 26, 1947
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ULYTHEVlLLK (AUK.) COUyiElt NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1917 Emily Wixson, Society Kdilor I'lionc 'MCI Ethelena Owens Becomes Bride Of Theodore Wahi The v \vedding of Miss Ethelcna Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Owens, to Theodore Wahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. ,W. .W. Wahl. was solemnized last night at 8 b'clo:k at First Methodist Church. The Hcv. Allen B. Stewart,: pastor, officiated. The soft'glow of many candles lighled the church. Candles in four branched candelabras were arranged with tall baskets of white gladioli, fern tiws and palm leaves to form the setting. An effective ccn- • tral arrangement was of huckleberry, fern, white gladioli and silveagreen, while greenery festooned the chancel rail and choir rail. Candles and .satin bo'.vs marked the bricjal aislo^ Music was presented by Miss Jean Sarb;r, as pianist, and Noble GUI, vocalist. Mr. Gill sang "I Love You Truly" Bond, and "Because"'D'Har- • dclct. For the processional and recessional, Miss Sar'oer played traditional wedding marches. "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin by Wagner and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" from ' 'A Midsummer Night's Dream." Miss Sarber wore brown crepe with brown accessories and'a corsage of gardenias and ' tuberoses with gold foliage. The bride was given in marriage (Art and Flora! !Exhibits Judged iAl District Fair Three Hostesses Give Dessert Bridge Parly Three hostesses, Mrs. Kmma Nolen, Mrs, Herman Cross mid Mrs. W. O. Cnles, entertained yesterday al- i , , lernoon with a dessert bridge at the i ncsu\ls of judging in Ihe Floral Nolen home for four tables of auesls.| nnd Art UcpartmcnI. at the North- members of two bridge clubs. cflst Arkansas Dlslrlcl Pnir here Arrangements of. dahlias and ro- j wl ' le """ounced by Pair officials ses decorated the home for Ihe occn-1 lnst '"B" 1 S J OM t Judges of floral exhibits were Mr, in games, Mrs. John Featherslmi i nml Mrs - H "• """"us of Blytheville. Art entries were judged by Arnold Phillips, vocational instructor of Monette. awnnl winners fol- Bits of News won high score prize: Mrs. Cleo .angston, second; Mrs. George Pylcs. Iraveling, and Mrs. Wyatl Henley, low. Many From Blytheville At lend Game in Memphis . Mrs. R. A. Copeland •J. Mrs. 15. A. Huge 3, Mrs. W. I,. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'McDonald and daughter. Frances, of Dallas. T«x.. arrived here yesterday to be the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mis. Oils Kberdl, and sisters, Misses Ethel Mae and Jitanlla Eberdl. Onie Weslbrook, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. o. We.slbrook Jr., of St Angclo. Tex.. Icrmcrly of Blytheville, Is crhiciilly ill in ihe St Angelo Hospital. His grandmother, Mrs. R. o. Weslbrook Sr.. ami his aunt, Mrs. Don Fletcher, arc will! him. Mr. Fletcher will Join them S.iturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard of Steele. Mo., will .spend weekend with her parents, and Mrs. K. A. Berryman family, Miss Dortha Boiian weiit morning to Jonesboro. where will be the weekend guest of Graham the Mr and tin; she M Flornl low r Marigolds—1 of Hlytheville; of Lilythevillc; of Armorel. Winter Bouquet—1, Mrs. Lee Sliles Seen at llh- football game lie- ! " f Hlythcvllle: 2. Mrs. li: A. Cope- and Mrs. Carlos Tucker, sluclents twern the Chicks and Mcssick! la "d of lllyihevllle: 3. Mrs. C. A, at Arkansas i>iatc College. Miss High ill Memphis liisl night were 1 Tn»t of Blytheville. . • i Uogan formerly attended college Mr. and Mrs. Charles nay New-! Zinnia—1. Mrs. Lee Stiles and I there. comb Jr.. and .daughter, fcaticy i Junior Garden Club of lllylheville: | Mr. and Mrs. 13. C. Hailey and Rcush Harp, Miss Shirley Bar ! 2 "I'd 3. Mrs. Lee Stiles. j children, Ann and Susan, arc spend- liain, Randall Hawks anil Mlxs : French Marigold—1, Mrs. li. A. ]va Seny, Mr. and Mrs. Willardi "UBB of niythcville; 2, Mrs. Lee Pease, Mr. and Mrs. James vest! SI lies of Hlytheville. with Hob B-'rryman. Betty l-'os-i Rose Specimen—1, Mrs. Virginia ;enls, Mr. anil Brs. U. M. Malth'cws. U-r, Willia Mae Johnson and: Heshavsc of Blytlievillci 2. Mrs. J.' and sisler. Miss Man;arel Matthews, Oyone Lrhardl. | W. Maloney of Blytheville; :). Mrs. j spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. li. Nicholson j Virginia Besharse. : Mrs. O. W. McCutchen has re- were also there as va-re Mrs. John! Hose Display—1, Mrs. Uave Ah- ' turned home from St. I^ouis, Mo., W. Thomas with Mrs. M. A.i bolt of I5|ytheville: 2, Junior Gar- •-•••• Dexter, Mo., ! ins the weekend • with relatives. ; Mrs Fred PMecman and her par- Isaacs. Mrs. Margaret Mahan and Miss Sally Conder. Mr. Mis. L. E. Hnker. Mr. aiul 8rcy slll I Ruperl Craftoi' Mr. and since her sis- . Bell den Club. Blylhevllle; 3. Mrs. R. A. ! ter, Mrs. Roberta Chapman, becaint ' Beekeepers Display Products at Fai ir PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock liuaraniced Ikst Price* Kirby Drug Stores Fail Opening GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday, September 27lh ContiiuiuiiK SliowuiK Kvcry Saturday and Sunday. Showing Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 27-28.' —Courier Xe\vs I'hotci Among the scores of exhibits al the Northeast Arkansas District here is a display set up by the Northeast Arkansas Beekeepers Association. The exhibit, in addition to the honey display shown above, ulso shows beekeeping equipment and numerous byproducts made of beeswax. (See list of awards on I'usc 3) and Copeland of Blylheville. Mrs. i Dahlia Specimen— 1, Mrs. J. w Mrs. 1 , Maloney of Blytheville; 2. Mrs. Ray ' Mrs. j garlands of slephanoils, centered with a purple orchid, Her suit was fashioned with double rows of silver buttons and her-hat was in fell. Mrs. j. B. Fergtisort of Melbourne j 13 was her sister's matron of honor. I TJ,O Her suit was in leal blue and she v.-ork black accessories. She wore a corsage of pink, roses with gold loliage and a two-tone pink lie at the waistline. •Miss Kathryn Wahl,lister/of the bridegroom. Hght'erT't'ilpers. Slie wore a.grey suit with black accessories and a corsage ofr white - roses with silver foliage an'd a* white tie, also pinned at the waistline. Louis Greene served Mr. best man and users were Vance Owens, brother of Ihe bride, ami Joe T. Robinson. Following the ceremony, the couple, left for a brief wedding trip, after whfch they will make their t horri? at the Veteran's Housing Quarters. A guest from out of town at the wedding was Mrs. Claude Deason of Sikeston, Mo.,^sister.o[ .thf,bride. y" her father. Wearing wilh""wine--aecessoiies she carried i Gco| . KC ohuk M d M E R.|MeLcsler of Blytheville; 3 a white Bible mounted with white I/lilc[ , s | llr e and Mr. and Mrs. lius-! W. Maloney. carnations, white stephanotis and se) | oaines and dang Joy. Uill Wixson and man. Others who attended were Dal- j ton Fowlston, o. E. Knudsen. Gowh. nil! Afflick, E. U. I Winners and Mr. Howser. Mr. and = i ow Mrs. Max B. Hiid and Mr. and j Figure, oil—1 and 2, Mrs. George Mrs. n. H. Gee were there also. j\v. Barlnim of Blythevllle and C. O. Redman Sr., C. O. Jr..; Porlrait, pencis-I, 2. and 3 PCB- Gordon Hammocr:. Jimmic Henry, ; Ky vinson of Armorel 1'illy Szm licrryman, Nathan! Portriiit-l. 2, and 3, Mrs. Wade. Wes Gitchell and Finis and : Colston of Dlytheville Haywood Hardy. : Dahlia Display—1. Mrs. Hay Mc- Lcster; 2. Mrs. J. W. Maloney; 3, Mrs. J. W. Maloney. Dahlia Miniature—1. 2, and 3, Mrs. Ray Mcl.esler in the critically ill. Mrs. chapman died! last Wednesday night. ! Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Leon Smith returned this aftlornoon from Little Rock, where they linve spent ihe past two days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodrich oC where Mr. Goodrich formerly made his home, arop H rents of a son torn I Tuesday and named Robert Aus- art exhibit fol-i lin Jr. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, Mr. ' Goodrich's mother, has been in Oak Ridge with the family for several weeks. She plans to return home next weekend. Mr. and Mrs. James Pounds of Pasadena, Calif., formerly of Blytheville. visited Mrs. Fred Hoyclte Original, oil—1, Mrs. Grant Collar ' Sl '- al!tl u 'e Fred Boyettes, Jr., and of Joiner; 2 and 3, Mrs. George W.' other friends here for a brief time /y/ ft- . J u 'Bui-ham of Dlytheville. j this week. On a month-long tour, i Uirector and Her Landscape, oil- I and 3. Mrs. ! tllc Pounds went from here lo Par- Mothcr Home from Syria ' G ™''8 C w - Barham of niyllicvllle; [agoutd. She formerly owned half in" ! 2, Mrs. Frances Fan- of Blylhevillc. \ leresl in what is now Charley and Mrs. J. A. Saliba and daughter, Miss Alice Saliba, arrived at their home on Kentucky Street last night to brin^ to conclusion a three- moiilh trip which took them to Lebanon, throughout Syria, across ! ihe North Atlantic Ocean and the! Mediteirfinean Sea. Albert Salib^, who also made Die' trip, will arrive tomorrow by rilane and will return after a brief Floral. oil—I, Mrs. Mildred Trail of Illytheville: 2. Mrs, Grant Collar of Joiner. Still life, oil—1 and 3, Mrs. Marvin FJunn of Bh;thcville; 2, Mrs. George W. Barham. Water color —1. 2 and 3, Mrs. Grant Collar of Joiner. Pastel—1. 2 and 3, Dixie Wood of Nodcna. Hortciioe'K Beauty Shop and . hi? was connected with tlie Cotton Delt Hnilroad. Mrs. w. II. Minyard and Mrs. Charles Rose Jr., have returned homo after louring'the West for a month. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minynrd left today for New Orleans, where' they will attend the Tulanc-Ala- bama football game. WFMS Meetine Held slav , hc , rc lo C1 " ra 8o, where he is i Field Representative ni IHJ .meeting,I icii^ ,_ .,- -inn cleclncal engineer with General f, v,'« • n i At NazareneQW&*'' 1J -VEij£=ir!c.-.Ti«;>ihai member of thc!' s Visitor in Osceola The Women's • ForciRir ^fission- ary Society of the' First Ctiui ch of the Nazarene met Wednesday aftc;-- ncon 'at the church . when Mrs. John Criner spoke oh "'Personal Work." Mrs* Myrtle Wright gave the opening prayer and the devotional was given by Mrs. MiWred Etehie- son. Mrs. Lois Jarrefl :: guve'. tile "lesson, taken from the' study hook, entitled "We Can If We Will." 'Mrs. Criner dismissed the .seven I present with prayer. ' I t « t Bridge Luncheon Given ' By Mrs. R. F. Kirshner t Mrs. R. F. Kirshner was hostess to members of the Thursday L-jncheon Club yesterday at her homo on Highway 61 North and three guests, Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mrs. B. A. Lynch,, ai Kl.YTlicVIUJT HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Irene Tiulnro, city. Catherine Thompson, city. Dismissed: Saliba. returned in early September' i W1W '» Osceola for n general" visit! Mrs J ' r - Etlclingtoii. city. Miss Ealibn will resume her du- ' : " 1(l present al n business and so-' Mrs - Herman Graves and ties us director of women's and ' cinl meeting of the Osceola nccil eit J'- party to arrive home will lio Miss Evn George of Luxora, who is spending n fen- days with a sister Nev.- York city. Dr. J. A. Saliba and son, CSCEOLA. Sept. 20' Jackson of St. Louis, pointed general field — Arthur newly ap- reprcsenta- ned Cross, At The Hospitals ijl Jones' Swine Entries Take Top Awards Entries of two Blytheville swine breeders won the championship awards in the open division of the^ ,£winc Department judging at the ;Ncrihca-st Arkansas District Pair 'here, it was ar.nounced today.. ' Poland China so'.vs and boars entered by R. E. Jones and Joe Jones won a total of six championship awards. Hoars entered by R. E. Jones were awarded Grand champion, senior champion and junior champion honors and a sow he entered received the senior champion title. Joe Jones' entries were .judged grand champion sow and junior champion sow. In the O.I.C. judging in the open show, Ilennie Pochard of Rt. 2. BLytheville, received five awards for his cntiies and Arnold Phillips of Monctte won two. Prichurd's awards were won on the following entries: mature boar, first place; senior boar pig, first place; mature sow. second place; niwl senior spring pig, second and third places. Phillips' mature boar entry won a se:ond place uward and his senior Silt, first place. Other winners in the Poland China judging follow: Senior Boar Pig: 1, R. E. Jones, Blytheville; 2, Parkin FFA. Parkin, ^rk.; 3, Pleas Yarbrough, Yar'oro. . Senior Spring Boar: !. R. E, Joilc';, Blylheville. Junior Spring Boar: 1, R. E. Jones: 2. R. E. Jjnes; 3, Willroin Swi.idlc, E^.rle; 4. Joe Jones, -Blytheville; 5, Sam S!inw. Rt. i, Blytheville. .Junior yearling Sow: 1. R. E. |Jcni'.s; 2, Sum Shaw, Earl; 3, Wilburn Swindle, Parkin. Senior Sow Pig: 1, Joe Jones; '2, Jim J:ne.s; '3, R. E. Jones; 4. Pleas Yarbrough. Senior Spring Sow Pig: 1. R. E. Jones. Junior Spring Sow Pig: 1, Charles Shellon, Rt. 2, Campbell, Mo.; 2, Willnirn Swindle; Joe Jones; 4, Wil- hurn Swindle; 5, Charles Ramsey, Campb;ll, Mo.; C, R. E. Jones; 7. R. E. Jouc--. Young Herd: (Sired from Gct-of Sire and Produce of Dam) 1, R. E. Jones; 2. Wilnurn Swindle; 3. R. E. Jones; 4. Sam Shaw. bahy, girls' activities at the Blytheville Y. Cress Executive at Ihe home of Campbell. Council Is Organized At Qsceola High School OSCECLA, Council has Sept. 26 -A Student been organized at Board lasl night I Mrs. Madeline F. WALLS HOSPITAL Mr. Jackson Cliristcpher.son replaces Miss Rulh to resume teaching school in Burma. who has resigned detle. Mrs. T. N Bennett, Dell. Mrs. Bill Mooney and baby, Bur- at n mission • Gsccola High School and Eugene Shaneyfelt named president of the crganizntion. Ann Driver will serve as secretary and other oflicers will be elected from the junior class. The Council will be made up of 25 members; ten troin (he senior c', six from Hie junior class, j four from Ihe sophomore class three from the freshman class and cue each from tlie seventh and eighth grades. cil Shane. This was the fivsl cf the club's weekly par lies of Ihe Fall. Following the two-course luncheon served at small tables, the guests played bridge. Mrs. C. W. Afflick won lush i-core and Mrs. Lynch received second high. Singing Convention Will Be Held Sunday The monthly Pemiscot County Singing Convention will be held Sunday nl Haywanl, Mo., lour miles south of Portageville. The Keathly Harmony Boys of Memphis will be featured' as special guests. The public is invited. R. E. L. Smith, president, announced. les, rub throat, and back with comforting •M. L. Yarbro. Mason, icnn. Mfs. J. C. Williams mid baby, Steele, Mo. Mrs. W. B. Williams, city. Paul Simmer. Maniln. Mrs. Tommy Homer, Kte. 2. city. ME'IHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Farmer, O.sccola GIRLS!! after entering WOMANHOOD Are yo'i troubled by distress or re- male r-jiiciloiinl montlily aistnrh- anresc Docs this nmkc you sviirer irotu r;»ill. fcol so 7<(:rrohs, tired wcnk—ot such times? Tlicn DO trv l.y<ll» E. Plnklmin-s Vesctnble Com- liouncl to relieve Biicli symptoms l-nmous to help women trmilileii this way! Also a stomachic tonic 1 Enjoy our delicious, select, well- cooked foods . . . swiftly, courteously served! Every time yon dine out treat yourself to maximum pleasure at minimum prices! JOHNS CAFE 400 West Main SL Fhone 3940 HOME; AND MANV A MAM Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 So. 2nd St. Phone 2308 CHINA LAMPS Beautiful In Design $15 to $30 THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Main Street "Believe me, brother, it'd lie quite u story. 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