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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 14, 1947
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PAG« Form (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1947 . Emily Wluo*, Society Editor Phone 1161 Elizabeth Martin Wed To Reece Le« Woolen Southern atnilax, fragrant flbw- •ra and the glow of many candle* formed a fretting for the wedding of Miss Annie Elizabeth Martin of Bl.vtrmviile, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Martin of Siark- Tillt. to Reece Uee Wooten of Blytheville. ton of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. WooUn. . The ceremony took placr Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at First Baptist Church with (he Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor, officiating. Forming a background for th< wedding party were palnii 'arranged* with southern imilax. Completing Oie selling were basket* of white glidtoli and white pompon chrysanthemums and tapers in branched 'c'amtelabras. White satin bows marked family pews. Taper.! were lighted by Miss Betty Wooten, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Marilyn Nowlin of Starkville. Miss., niece of th« bride. Miss Wooten wore a sky blue suit and Miss Martin chose pale pink. Both stilts had flared ]>ephmis and three-quarter length sleeves. In their hair they wore tiaras of pink r-^ebuds and pink maline. Nuptial music was presented by M:.s, Murray Smart,' organist, who played "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" and "The Sweetest story Ever Told." Mrs. R. S Harris was her sisters matron of honor. Her brown »alin dress styled with k bustle effect and her accessories were in charleuse. She carried a bouquet of specimen yellow chrysanthemums and tiny yellow pompon chrysanthemums with gold foliage and tied with yellow and chartcuse Trench maline. The bride, given In marriage by her brother, William O. Martin of Blytheville, wore a moonlight grey crepe fashioned along simple lines •with long-fitting sleeves. Her shell pink feather 'hat had a grey vsil and she carried » Colonial bouquet of lilles-of-lhe-valley. French ma- line and tuberoses centered with the palest pink gardenias anil showered with tuberoses. It was tied with a brocade angel skin satin ribbon in pink. B. W. Wooten was his brother's Presbyterian Women Have Circle Meeting: "Have I Lo»e That Work*," was the procram topic at yenterday'i circle meeting! of the Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church. Circle One was entertained by' Mrs. C. M. Gray at her home at I Home Hurting Clatttt Will Be Organized Here Miss Eva Hobllalle of St, louit, Home Nursing FJetd Representative for the American Red Cross, .is In Blytheville loday and tomorrow to assist In organising committees of home nurses. Classes in lhat Held will u e of- Mrs. J. B. Turner and Mri. Oacar Parrett of Madina, Tenn., have returned to their hom« after having been the fuesti for a brief time of Mr». B. B. Wilaon. Condition of Mr«. Phillip* Robinson, who underwent a major operation Saturday In the St. Panels Hospital In Greenville, 8 C., l« Church Women Meet For Regular Session* OSCEOIvA, Oct. It — Women's organisations of various churches had regular meetings yesterday «f- ternoon and last'night. Eplacopal The Auxiliary of Calvary Episcopal Church met with Mrs. S. 1>, Qladlsh. Mrs. W. B. Hunt, president, wan In charge of the busines session when plans were made for a study course Nov. t. Mrs. Harry Driver jave the devotional. Method l*t A Wesleyan Guild business meet- inn »'»' n «'d at "'« church with Miss Laura Gillock, presldenl, 10J» W. Main Bt.. with 10 members i ftied beglniiliiK Ihe second week In present. Mrs Row Stevens was I November, It *'ns nitnounced today program chairman and she was! b y M "- Floyd Haralson, executive 1 .secretary of the Red Cross North Mississippi county. satisfactory. Mr». Robinson wa«j charge. Mrs. Rowland Anders gave visiting relatives when ah« became 1 the devotional for the lo members assisted by Mrs. G. W. IJIIIahimly. Mr§. C. p. R«mbo was hosle.vs lo , nine members of circle Two when , Mrs. H. T. Kfdri was program lead- j er. A visitor present waa Miss Julie I Hyde, of St. l-ouli, hnuscgnest of her .sister, Mra. Roy Walton, and j Mr. Walton. : Mrs. T, J. Mahan was in charge of the program when eight members of Circle Three met at th* home of Mrs. l>oy F'lch. Mrs. George LMHahaunly became a new member. Mrs. J. !>- Thompson, 1704 Ulik-k- a.sxwba Ave,, was hostess to 13 members of Circle fv>ur whei J. E. Carter led the program. Mrs. R. W. Nichols, Mrs. T. O. Hlley, and Mrs. Tom O'Steen became new I members. | "Who la My Neighbor Now?" when Mrs. Ullcy McAdnmg enter- was the subject dlscuised last night lalned nine members of, the Business Women's Circle at her home at 911 WMnul SI. Mrs. Ebb Bpi art- ley was program leader and Mrs. Once Siiyder was a new member. A guest was Mra. C. M. Gray. « •, • Mrs. Lloyd Hostess To Hachahoma Club Mrs. Paul Uoyd was yesterday afternoon to members of Ihe Hachahoma Bridge club when Mrs. Audreanel Freeman played with j the group a» a member for the • first lime. j High score was won by Mrs. ] James Rolleaon and Mrs, . Richard Osbornc received low. Icerl drinks and sandwiches were server! by the hostess and bouqUfUs of Fall flowers featuring Marl- golds decorated entertaining rooms of the home. ill. Mr. Robinaon U with her. 1 present. Mis. Joe Gray has returned for j " ome (rom Caruthersvllle, where Sub-District Work To Be He-Organised Reorganisation of The Sub-District work of the Methodist Yoii'.h Fellowship was discussed at a meeting of the Hub-District council l&.st night at O.sceola Methodist Church. Rcpicscivtniives from Blytheville, Ouceola, Half Moon, Joiner and Luxora were present. Also discussed were plans to attend a Sub-District Training Day to be held at llendrlx College. Conway, Nov. 15. The Rev. Mr. Lewis, youth director for Jonesboro District and pastor o/ Die Methodist Church at Luxora, was present for the meeting nnd presented problems [or the group to vote on. The next meeting will be oel:l Nov. 10 at O.sceola. A .social hour followed the business session. Burdette PTA to Meet Mis. 1. M. McHaffey, Mrs. B. Ijiites and Mrs_ Mnrvln Lane will he hostesses at' the Hurdette Parents-Teachers Association meeting Thursday afternoon at the school. The meeting will begin at 2:30 o'clock. home she visited relatives. Mr. and Mri. Bd Rice have returned from Baton Rouge, I* . and Vtcksburg, Ml.w., wher« they 'i^eni 12 days. They went down especially (o attend a reunion of Headquarters Company iMlh Infantry, 3B(h Division of the old Louisiana National Guard, of which Mr. Rice WM a member. Mrs. Franklin Atkinson has re- tnrncri from Tyler, Texas, where she attended a "Rose Festival." She was. accompanied home by her sister. Mrs. J. J. Woodali of Tyler, who will spend several d»ya here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson left this nioi-nlng for Illinois and Indiana to visit relatives. Mr. and Mra. Ray Wilmington spent th c weekend In Memphis and Oakland, Tenn. In Memphis they were guests of his parents, Mr. «nd Mr.s. J. R. Whlttington, and In Oakland they visited her mother, Mr.s. D. H. Nelms. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gammeler left last night for St. Louis, where they will spend a few days. Mrs. Sam Lewers Is spending (his week In Memphis u guest of frlend.s and relatives. Condition of Mrs. J. M. Harding. B» 1)11,1 Circle One members of the Womans' Missionary Union met at tlw home of Mrs. J. J. Roberl.s and Mis. C. E. Butler was hostess to members of Circle T»'o. Mrs. C. E, Dean, chairman, conducted the Circle One business meeting and Mr.s. Jettie Driver gavj the_riei'otlonal. Participating on the mlisionary program were Mrs. Rodney Anders and Mrs. Dean. Mr.s. A. E. Thome, chairman, was in charge of the Circle Two business session and Mrs. W. p. Hale was program leader. Also takins part on the program, given on the Margaret Fund, were Mrs. V. O. Mann. Mrs. Waiter Driver, Mr.s. J. T. ntioad.s and Mr.s. F. M. Sansstrr Refreshments were served by flil hostesses. At Thfe Hospital* BI-YTHEVIU.E HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. lUUh Ounn, steele. Mo. Patricia Johnson, city, Elizabeth Grlggs, Hayll, Mo. Thomas Cooprida, Cooler, Mo, J. H. Sutton, Uixorn. Taylor Parker, city Joseph H. Mlllikln, Dell. Hatllc Johnson, city. Ardclln Johnson, city. Dismissed; Molllc E. Guard, city. Mrs. M. F. Brownlee Jr,, Dell, Births: , Born to Mr. and Mrs. Quenton Dunkln, nooths Point, Tcnn., a son yesterday. Born to Mr, ami Mrs. W. O. Uanley, city, a daughter, toriiiy. WAM,S HOSPITAL Dismissed: J. E. Cahoon, Holland, \fo. Kenneth Milsap, OsccoU. Elbert Davidson, Manila, Mrs. G, B. Cravan and baby, Wilson. Mrs. C. F;. Dover Jr.. Luxora. ST. JOSKPII HOSPITAL Dismissed: Brad Daniel, city. Memphis Phillip Deer to Speak Livestock best man. i-rn r\ I I' Immediately after the ceremony, oLU l^lllt) 111 thc couple le'ft for a wedding trip. They will return here to make then- home at 322 East Dougim St. Guests here from out of town for , the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. i Hostess to the GEO Club. George A. Nowlin, Miss. Blllie Now- j Duriivf; games Miss Vera lin Miss Marilyn Nowlin and Miss rich won- hglh score and Wise Price all ol Starlcvme. and : wrnl 'o Miss lla Rogeri. Mr and Mrs. H. A. Martin of Evans- j The served refreshments Miss Bette Boyd was a guest other limn member* night when Mis. Ray whlltlngton was Goon- brldgo ville, Ind. * * • Circle Meetings Held For Missionary Group - '- Monthly circle meetings of the "Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist church were held yesterday alteroon at homes of various members. Mrs. J. J. Cookston was hostess to 12 members of Circle One. loi which Mrs. Victoria Gilbert, Mrs. M. • C. Outlaw and Miss Cordelia Wilhlte led prayers. Mrs. Kendall Berry taught the* lesson. ' Circle Two members were guests of Mrr. Pearl Hires and Mis. Firman Bynutn at Mrs. Hires' home, j Mrs. E. P. Hardin 'led the open-1 Ing prayer for. the 11' members! present and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer gave the devotional', taken from Psalms. Mrs. E. C. Brown led a prayer to conclude the meetinR. Mrs. C. W.TCfflick was hostess! to 12 members of Circle Three, for' of assorted cooklei and Iced drinks. • • » Birthday Party Given For Gay Gamgan, 16 j Because Gay Garrigan wax 10 years old Saturday Miss .In Aun ! Trlrshmann surprised her with a birthday party that night at her home on Walnut Street. ' ; Dancing during the evening w,is enjoyed by the 3ft RUesIs pic^ent and the hosle.M served rake and Iced drlnkj for refreshments. Coming Events Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Alpha Delta Chapter. Beta Sigma Phi—Mrs. H. C. Towles, llil West Ash St. Town and Country—Mrs. Jatncs B. Clark. Wednesday Bridge Clnb—Mrs. V.' ST. I.OU1S NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Oct. 14. (UP) (USDA> — Live-stock: Hogs 10,700. salable !)j500; market uneven; wclghls 181) Ib.s. and up steady lo weak; lighter weights \vouk to 2Sc Imvcr; .sows steady to 25c higher. Bulk good and choice IHO to :iOfl Ibs. 29.SO; .severnl londs 20.60 and 28.1.5; toj) 29.75 for a few londs. ICO to 115 Ibs. 28.25>vJ9; mast 130 lo ISO llj.s. 25.75-27.15; i few Clirlv U|> [o 2S.25; 100 lo 120 Ib. |)lgs 22.75-24.75 Cattle 8.000. salable. 6,000- cnlvos ! , m i n ? s „ 3.000, all salable. Market nctivc on f lon ,'„ "V M ,°- """' the v all classes with Kc ,,eral uifder- },™« d „«, *? R J. « u . n .^ n £„ lone of firmiic.s.s. Bulls especially In brond demand. Severnl londs good and low choice- steers, light nnri medium \vclght.s. at 28.50-31.50; low good ottered at 26.50: medium to good .hclfcrs. and mixed yearlings largely 16-25; common held around 13-15; common and medium beef cows largely 13-15.50; a few good rows 16.50-17,50: can- i ners and cutlers mostly 10.50-13. who Is undergoing treatment, in Memphis hospital is unchanged. Her daughter, Mrs. Otis Jarrelt Is with her. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lowry and children, Mary Grace and Bob Ed, spent the weekend In Jonesboro at guesl.s of her sister. Mrs. B. Stinnett and family, and Mrs. Marlon Ulmer and family. Mra. Ulmer and son accompanied them home to spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loflin and Miss Clara Mauldln of Gainesville, G»., spent the weekend her* as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. H. F. Loflin. Claude F. Cooper Is In Buffalo. N. Y.. where he Is spending a few ' day.s on business. Mr. and Mrs. H. E Carter and (laughter. Leonia, and Mrs. c. A. and son have at- the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens: Mr. and Mr.s. Carter and daughter spent a week In Zelma Edmand R. Belole and children! f and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jones have ! | returned after spending a few days' i In Memphis.-They went down fa- 1 J pcclntly to see Mr. Belote's daugh- i tcr. nene Jane who Is a patient at]' the Isolation Hospital. Mrs. Belol* . j Is with her. I i Krv )ce. "d '• OSCEOLA. Oct. 14. — Phillip J. Deer ol Blylhcvlllc will deliver his final address to members of the Mississippi county Superintendents and Principals Association as supervisor of comity Schools at a meeting tomorrow night In Osceo- - She also attended a conference of la. He will assume duties as su- i the Junior Red Cross in Little pervlior of Records and Reports: Hoc-k. Miss Georgia Osceola News Miss Emma Cox is attending a director's meeting of the Til-Suite Motion Picture Owners of America today and tomorrow at Ohlsca Hotel lii Memphis. [ A. W. llowen, E. S. Chiles and I E, T, I.av.rencc l^ft yesterday to • attend a Prcsbyterv at Petit Jean State Park. - ' ; Harry D. Pjsulis, manager of the Osceola Chamber of Commerce, is attending the Mni annual conference of the National Association of Commerce organization secretaries at Colorado .Springs. Colo. j Madeline P. Campbell is al home after attending a state conference of American Red Cross executive secretaries in Little Rwk. Wilton Newt Mrs. J. H. WhlUker. Hr«. MaurlU Lynch, Mrs, C»rl Bird, Mr§. Charlie Leftwich, Mrj. Frank McDonald and Mrs. Raymond Cotner attended the P.T.A. County Council m«tlng at Dyess, Prlday. Th« WiUon P.T.A. will be hosl to th* county Counrtl, Jan. 9, 194*. Mrs. C. W. Hoover li vblUng h*r daughter, Mrs. Joe Brady and family, In Helena. Mr. and' Mrs. Jloyd Morton •* Marshall, Ark., vijlted in th« home* of Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Wiicox and Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Kaetwl, I»jt •week. Mr. and Mrs. Uenton CJarrett hid a-s their week-end guests, Mr. and I.»rs. J. L. Bodte and son. Jack, of Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey StetU, Mr and Mrs. Wayne Busscy, Miw B«t- tye Nell Lchr, Jack Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel, Mr. and Vtr». George Brewer, Mr. and Mrs, Benton Oarrett. Mr. mid Mrs. Buford Boyles. Bruce Wilson, Dwlght Anderson and Jerry Cullem were among the Wilsonians who attended the Blythevilte-Pine Bluff football game In Blytheville Friday night. Miss Elizabeth Boyles of Luxora, spent the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. f. Boyle* a family. of the Stage Board of Education in early November. M1.i topic will be "School Systems in Mississippi County. Dinner will be served at o'clock at the grade school cafeteria with Miss Marguerite Reid. Horn* Economic Instructor, in charge. Scalloped Pies The custom of early English pastry coons of adorning their apple pie,s with a neat row of scallops is the source of the expression "in apple pie order." Mrs. R. A. Berryman. has left tor ; St. Lonis where he will attend Orad- > wahl College this year. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rutledgr ol Little Rock spent the weekend here as guest of Ills grandmother. Mrs. Eula Rulledge, and her sister, Mrs. W. O. Hnrrison. [ Mrs. C. R. Wrolen, Mrs. J. A.i Wroten and their, Mrs. j Charles Russell of Arlington, Va.,: were in Memphis yesterday. ; ( Amiable and Miss; Peggy Douglas have undergone ton- j silectomies at the Dyes-; Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John I^owe are ( 6:30 parents ot a son bom Saturday at ! thc Methodist Hospital in Memphis.; Franklin D. Sanders, superintendent of Osceola schools, is at home iifter attending a state committee meeting of Teacher's Welfare i of thc Arkansas Education A-sso- ' elation in Little Rock. It's Here What? Annual Harvest Supper Wed. Night, Oct. 15 6 Until? Promised Land Methodist Church have no eyelid*, M thf yts «re corutantly open. The ey II U protected Irom dust and i: jriou* particles by a transpareil oatlnf. R«ad Courier New, Waoi A(!». f You can be ^ PROUD of your Diamond CT US DECARBONIZE • !MO a.m. YOUR Oil, HEATER ! Continuous Show's Every Day Hox Office Opens 1 :\"> Show- Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 12:45 p.m. 4:30 New scientific method eliminates I I all carbon . . . creates new effi- J ! ciency. Phone 2302 for prompt i j Bob Berryman. son of Mr. which Mrs. Harry Frit^U's led the'jr. Minyard. opening praver and Mrs. D. B. 1 , c and N Birthday Club—Mrs C Bledsoe gave "the lesson. The s Parker. Mrs. Ma'rvin Lane hos- "Ixwd's Prayer" said in unison • tesses, honoring Mrs. J. A. Payne was the closing prayer. , | *,, A Mra. Phillip Applebaum. Mrs. Alvin Hulftnan taught the 1 — lesson for Circle Four members, •who met -with Mrs. Ted Kmg. Prayers led by Mrs. J W. port- THURSDAY Jolly Eight—Mrs. Graver Wren. OMB—Mrs. *oyce Moore. Thursday Luncheon—Mrs. Ru r .sell Phillips. Octette Club—Mr«. Ol*o Mld-Week Club—Mr». C. A. Gun- lock and Mrs. Charles Penn. A visitor other than the 113 members present was Mrs. Keron GUI of Chicago, houseguest of her duugh- ] ningham. ter. Mrs. Jim Craftou, and Mr. j • chapter N of p. «. O. Sislerhooc. Cratton. The 11 mtmbert of Circle Pivi To Our Friends and Customers and Citizens of Blytheville GREEK'S DAIRY Now Featuring ^m »mber< •who met with Mrs. R. E. Blay-; lock wers led In prayer by Mrs! "W. E. Buchanan and Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. Head taught tha le«-! aon. Mra. W. X. Blaylock wa» a : Mrs. X. B. Woodson was ho«- tes« to eight members of circle Si*, for which Mrs. H. H. Brooks and Mrs. J o. Barnes led in prayer. Mri. K. X. Steven, taught the lesson. MCh meeting. ' • • • • M«s Overman Nam«d •Auxiliary President nd Mrs. Tat•*« »L Klrhv *lla« BernSo* Overman was nam- •d. president of ths Young Wo- mam'a Auxiliary of rirst Baptist Church at a meetlni last night a* UM bom* of Mri. o. K. John•on/'.-. Othtr Brflcera to »fjv« art Miss Jajnw Rhoads. first vice president; Mtoe Cliffit cn-erman. second vice president; Mis* Nella Simpson, a»cr«t»ry-tr«asurer. and Mix Adaline L«*, reporter. Oommfttec cralrmen al»o were | •tected. They are Miaa June Bur> [ fcanan, lOaeu Bdn» and Maxlnt! Orerman, Mies Katherlne West-! brook, Mis» Op«l Jean McDcrmott. Miaa Carolyn Wade. Miss Marion Majea, MLu Wlllagene D«ws, Miss Catherin* Or ah am and MIM Mary Van anted. Mi&s Wmpcon (ave the devotional and oth«r« participating on the program were Miss Lee. Miss Bemlc« Overman and Miss Falry Mlller. Re f freshmen Is were *erv- •d Aurlnf a aoclal hour. --Mrs. Harrj- Kirbr mer Kn^land hoat home. Pathfinders Class of First Mcth odlst church ha\-ing party at the church, T.M p. m. Civic Colandur TtlESnAT Oltr—7:30 p.m. American Legion—a p.m. WEDNKSDAT L Klwanis Club—12:10 p.m. ! Central p. T. A.—3 p.m.. preeedetl • by Executhe Board. 2:30 p.m. Girl Scout Lrartns—B p.m. THUHSHAT Rotary C!ub—12:10 p.m. r"ootball— t p.m. Junior Hi«h Pups vs. Paragoutd. >iere. THURSDAT Burrtette PTA— 2:30 p.». at thf. Meeting Th« first meeting of tlie Blythe- ,ttU« Chapter 117 of the Royal Arcli Moon* «lnce Slimmer xdjournment •ill b* held W«dn«sday night, rootball—» p.m. Senior High Chick* vi. Jone-sboro. there. Oseeola lyenti TUISDAT Biidnc.vs and Professional Women —7 p.m., First Presbyterian Crmrch. Hoyal Ambaaaadori—T p.m., First Baplint Chlircb. Deborah Oia»»—T ».m.. Firrt Bap- Ust-ChurcTi. WEDN*»OAY Chapter O, r. E. O. Miterhood— 2. p. in. Two-iable Wid|« elub—Mri. ). I> Olascoe. MIS.SCO SuperinUndrnta and Frlii- clpals— e-.M p.m.. at grade achool. Budget Committee, First Baptist Church — »:Jo p.m. THURSUAY rour-table Club-Mrs, c E. Dean. Klwanli Club _ ^ pm ., , r ade school. FRIDAY T»o-tabl« Club—Mr« Zeke Fol- laid. High School Homecoinin. paradJ t p.m. Homecoming gAtne -- Oaceola v» Rector, I p.m. KlwanUnj entertain with achool «anc« tliarvard. Grade "A" Pasteurized Milk and Dairy Products Exclusively. Wp would likr In take this opportunity In (hank our manr frlenrtx and rutlornrr* for their patience and •ndcrxlnmlinK jn the pant milk ahnrtHKei \Ve Are happy U% »nnounc* thai thrrf itlll no Innxer )M a milk ahnrtnjre- We will have plenty •< milk for everyone. Our milk fa M flow* as your phone. 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