The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 18, 1947
Page 5
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TUESDAY, NOVKMBKU 18, BLYTHKVILLK (ARK.) COU1UKU NFAVS PAGE oce ety Parks, Bryson Wedding Solemnized In Alabama The wedding of Miss Betty .Jane Bryson, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mangum Bryson of Enterprise, Ala., to James Nelson Parks, son of Mr. and Airs. Max Parks of Blytheville, was solemnized Sunday afternoon at the First Methodist Church in Enterprise. The Rev. W. O. Phillips, pastor, officiated at the double ring mt- mony In (Ire presence of .'riends and relatives, . The altar was covered with loins, palms and floor baskets of white giant chrysanthemums flanked b> white tapers burning in 'jrauc'ied candelbra. The altar rail was entwined with ferns and huckleberry A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Park Jones, who also played the traditional wending inarches. Miss Mary Ann Parks, sister of the bridegroom, sang "All For You" and "Because." The bride's twin sister, Miss Jear Bryson, was her maid of honor. She wore a floor length dress of aqu taffeta, fashioned with an off (In shoulder effect ami a lull skirt, am carried an arm bouquet of red roses Mrs. Billy Prank Kelso, another sister, and Miss Doris Sue Carpenter of Montgomery, Ala., cousin of th< bride, were bridesmaids. Their dreys es of a.qua taffeta were fashioner along the same lines of the mai'l o honor, and they also carried bou queLs of red roses. Palsy Sue Kelso. niece 'if th 3 bride, was flower girl. Her frock was of pink mallne and taffeta, an Ehe carried a basket of rose petals The bride, given in marriage b her father, wore a white slippe satin dress with a square lace yoke outlined with a deep mallne ruffle The dress, fashioned along princess j lines developed into a long-train I in the back and tiny self covered buttons extended to the hem line. The long sleeves came to u calln point over the hands and her veil of illusion was caught to her nead with a white s:itin coronet, fastened with pearls and orange blojs mis. She carried a bridal boucumt of . white carnations and tuberoses. Allan Stacy of Blytheville, served Mr. Parks as best man. Ushers were Herbert Bryson Jr., brother of the bride, and Billy Frank Kelso. At the conclusion of the vows the bride's twin sister. Miss Jean Bryson, sang the "Lord's Prayer." Engagement Announced Mrs. Elveim Pun •oday announces the engagement of her gr a n d- daughlcr, M I s s Betty Lois Defoor to Burl Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Wilson. Date and plans Tor the wedding will be announced later. Miss Defoor. daughter of Lee Defoor of Bakersfield, Calif., anil the late Mrs. Dc- foor, was graduated Irpm Blytheville High School and is now em- pi o y e d by the Merchants Credit Bureau of Blytheville. Mr. Wilson graduated from A r m orel Higli School and served two years in the armed Services. He is now employed by the Arkansas -Mi'- souri power Co., here. Bits of News Miss Whitworth Honored With Lingerie Shower ML« Pandoria Whitworth, wliosc | marriage to Jack ClopLon Owen ' will be solemnized nt First Melho- i dist Church, Nov. 30, was compll- ; mented last night with a lingerie shower when Misses Ruth and Ivc\ Seay and Mrs. Fred Slecuhnan WCIT 1 hostesses at lite Seay home on Highway 18. The bride's chair was marked ! with a miniature bride doll, pin- l ned in the center of a huge white satin bow. The mantle was the setting for another bridal scene, where miniature dolls, dressed as bridesmaids and a doll in bridal white, formed a wedding party. Bouquets of chrysanthemums, in floating arrangements decorated jCircle Meeting Held j By Calvary Women Circles One and Two of the Wo- inens Missionary Union of (Vlvivry Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon for tlicir recular meeting at the church at 2 o'clock. Tile meeting was opened with the slnsliiK of tin- song of the year "i:-;uK The Voice of Jc.sus CallliiB", and the wntcliword for the year was given in unison. A brief business session was presided over by Mrs. Mabel Lunsford president, and the mission study lesson was taught by Mrs Vernon Boycl. ; Mrs Miirl Bratton dismissed with : prnycr after which the group sang i eralion "Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone". I Hcxlfiscm Modlngvr, who lias spent the year in New York, univccl ycstcrdny to be tlie sucsl ol his liarcnls. Mr. slid Mrs. Cornelius ModiiiBcr and family. Mr. n'nn Mrs. FYank O. Scay and children spout toiiuy lu Mrinphls as B'lcsls of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbur HuRhcs. Mrs. J. w. Sykes and Mrs. M. Emde were in Memphis over the weekend visiting Mr. Sykes, who is a patient ill (he BnptLsl Hospital tin-re. His condition l.s-unimpioved. Or. T. Limiqulsl and Dr. J. Parkcs, Btythcvillc chiropractors wore guests of Dr. Lindqulsl's fnlher, Dr. N. A. Llndciulst autl family In Little Hock over the wevkrnd. Tliey were Joined by Dr. Guy Smith of Little Rock and Dr. p. H. Scnuold of HV>rt Smith lor a fishing l:ip over the weekend. Mr. ami Mrs, J. W. Gnrncr of Lllbourne, Mo., sj»nl the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hard- Ing. Condition of Mrs. Harding, who has been 111 for the past month, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Koelcr. Mr. anil Mrs. George Clnrk uncl James R. l-Hshcr spent Sunday in Memphis. Mrs. Hurry H. I.i'vitch and son, Hoimld, are visiting witli relatives in Memphis for several days. Frank Robertson ol West Memphis silent the weekend here with Ills aunts, Mrs. Allen Pickard anil Mrs. J. T. Peterson and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bogan are spending today and tomorrow In Memphis. Mr. Bogan will attend business while there. Mrs. Frances Hardesty and son Ronald Wayne left yesterday fo Chicago, ill., where they will spenc two weeks with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Hardesty mid family. Mr nnd Mrs. bex Chamhlln are j in Memphis today, where they will attend a Sttldcbaker luncheon at the Hotel Pealiody. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Corlew. Miss Margie Devlll nnd Mrs. Prnnces Hardesty nnd son spent Sunday in Tiptonville. Tenn., visiting relatives. Dr. J. K Beasley was admitted : to Wnlls Hospital last night alter having stricken with pnuemonln. His condition Is satisfactory. | Condition of Mrs. O. H. Orenr. I who recently underwent an eye op- ' at tlie Memphis Ear, Eye. ] Melhodist Women Meet I r or Bible Study Womcns Society of Christian Service ot First. Mclliodlst church mcl yesterday afternoon Iti circle groups. Mrs |«y \\vieli anil Mrs. H. t,. Harp were hoslesse.i at the Welch home to 15 members of Circle One. "is. J, \v. Adams Jr., gave the dcvotlonni and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr.. taught Ihe Dlble study. Circle Two was enteilalnrd by Mrs. J. M. Jontz with 15 member* present. Mrs. w. F. lirewor was hostess to Circle Three wlie;i 12 members were present. Mrs. j. C. Guard gave the Bible sludy. Mis, li A. Lynch Rave the lilblc study when Mis. G. G Hubbanl ami MIS. A. E. Hiinlley were lios- tr.ssi's lo 12 ineinbi'is of Cil'de l>lNnlssi>il; I'ouc a( ilic tlubbard home. Mrs Ocne L K. Old Rave (he devotional nuil one Kiicst olhcr than members was prcMml. Circle Five mcmbm wen- enter- Inlned «t tlu>' home of Mrs. O. E Kvudscn with 11 present ntid two guesl.n other llian members, Mrs. Allen D. Stewart nud Mrs. Hugh Whltslll. Mrs. John faster gave (he devotional nnd Mrs. Ci. W, Pylra (au«ht (he Bible study. Mrs. Aided Williams ami Mrs. S. E, Webb wc-ro hostesses to mem- beis of Circle Six when Mrs. O. N. llnwklns gave the Illlilo study. Mrs, A, C. Haley nave the itevo- (lonal (o the 11} present and (wo guests, Mrs. William Crafton nnd Mrs. Swlnk. Urficshnienl.s wci'e served at each meeting Al Tlie Hospitals Illytlim-llle lli»]>IUl Admitted: Hlchard Hny, cooler, Mo. Mrs. clunile Amli'ison. Cooler, \ Smllli, llDnuTM'illr, Mo. Walls llcisrilUI Dismissed: Mr.s. 'rhnm:is Hi'rrhiKlnn nnd bnby. Doll. Mrs I.nv»i'iii> Llmlsey, SUvlp. Mo. H:\ptlsC IlilsriUul. Munilllllj Throat Hospltnl. Is I in- llliths: proved. Slic lins been removed to i Horn lo Mr. mill Mrs. C, l>. her home ni 630 W. Wnlmil. Kcol'l, Slwle, Mo.. R son. j the entertaining rooms of'the home. A reception was held at the home] j n the games played were ol the bride's parents, Immediately | awar ded lo Miss Shirley Barhnm following the ceremony. The home l MJS5 Ethe i E berdt and Mrs. Por"'=" beautifully decorated with I rcs t Moore. The bride chose for the occasion a brown and white wool suit and brown accessories. She pinneci a corsage of white chrysanthemums and gold le.ivcs at her shoulder. Vcrs. J. W. Whitworth, mother of the guest-of-honor, was a special guest. Tlie hostesses served refreshments of coffee with % dessert course. was beautifully decorated with I, chrysanthemums and greenery. j Following the .reception the couple! left for a wedding trip to Biloxi ami the Gulf Const. Mrs. Parks wore for traveling a grey wool crepe suit with grey accessories, and a corsage of talisman roses. The couple will make their home ;r Blytheville after -returning from their wedding trip. | •\Gu«*ts from Bly.theville, who_ attended the wedding were Mrs. Max i Parks, mother of the bridegroom. ; Wnmpnc Council Merls Mr. and Mrs. Allan Stacy. Missi". ~T S V - OUI1CU MCI.IS. Rosemary Johnston, who is a stu- With OsCCOia Gl'OUp dent at Birmingham Southern, ;ind ' ' Miss Mary Ann Parks, sister of the bridegroom, who is a itudent at Southern Seminary, Buena Vis f a, Vi ANNOUNCEMENT Company M of the Notional Guard will be hosts with a dance tomorrow night at Uie Armory at 8 o'clock for members of the company and their guests. Members of the Womens Council of First Christian Church had their regular meeting yesterday , with the Council of the Christian Church at-Osceola. Mrs. Bruce Ivy of Oseeola was hostess to both groups at- her home on Highway 40, when Mrs. Dick Fletcher was In charge oE the program. Karen Young gave a reading following the regular program and the hostess served refreshments of assorted party food with coffee- A GOOD PLACE TO EAT Merchants Plate Lunch 50< Regular Dinners - - 850 • FRIED CHICKEN v ' l ' • T-BONE STEAKS • FRESH OYSTERS • RIVER CATFISH GOFF HOTEL COFFEE SHOP Open All Day, 5 a.m. 'Til 9:00 p.m. RHVmESOFREflSOn ELLIS POOLE COME, NA/IFE.Y DEAR, AND HURRY PRAY WHAT DOES THE. L_iTTl_e RASCAL. SAY? DEAL AT POOLE MOTOR CO. FOR GENUINE JEEP PARIS SEE US Our parts bins are full of precision engineered parts direct from the Willys-Overland factory. We also Carry a complete line of auto ac- cessories to fit any make car. POOLE MOTOR COMPANY ELLIS POOLE, Owner & Operator South Highway 61 at Steele, MO. Phone Steele 49" NOW! WORKLESS WASHING FITS YOUR BUDGET! As little as $3.45 a week buys your Bcndix Why .ttrujcKle through imothcr wii.ilidiiy wlicu j'nsi n f*w tlollun down pun u Ueiulix in your house NOW! Kent fri'coom an nil your wiiAhday* .. . wiih inomli* Jind moodU ID pny tic: 'huLtnic! A.sVc nliniit new easy terms Eoda^'. (!omc in or iclcphnnc « . . and never .ipend ^ wrtshiU) 1 over 5[^nmy lulis or down in ihe hasemenc again! BENplX- utomatc Washer Does your wash ... A// by ititli! COSTS UP TO $90 LESS than other automatic washorsl All }'<>u dn ix jci die (Ual nnd |>n[ ! help frnm yon the Henilix (ills itself . . . chnnjgcs itx own wnlcr . . . ri clothej , . . cE\'AEu itself . . . ilrjiiri.% itself. . shut* itself off. YtMi don't tvcn hnvt lo he therr! Antl ydu'll be uniA/ed at how spiirkliriK clean the Bciulix wiishrs . , . with lu liule wuier and suap! No nxi- trtior wtiir ami tear either . . . the Menilix savnjr««r clothes, too! . T!)cn, with tin mote ater... washc.t cloilies D1 LUXI MOOIL For Example, Bendix Deluxe Washer as Pictured Above: Bendix - Ark. Tax - Total Cost Down Payment Balance of - $259.50 5.19 $264.69 54.69 $210.00 RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKK OH MODKL. KK- LIABbE WOIIKMANS1IIP. PHONE 2642 \Vo cnll for uhd Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Klcclriail Appliance .Co. AutlinrUrd Motorola Kadi* Sale* ami Service IM South first St. * NEW ^ and Used Electric MOTORS FOR SALE* 4-in. . 4 , ^ * Concrete Sewer Til* Concrete Culvert Tita Sl/e 10 in., .18 i». A. H. WEBB H»y. (1 at 8Ulc Ltm» Phone aijrtheflll* 114 In liny use. (,'omc In I/MO In 1 !/j horse power Ki/t'S. Supply Is Not Unlimited Medlin& lane ELECTRIC COMPANY tail's, rust Thorn; 21 so BOB MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 FREE ESTIMATES ON • PAPERHANGING • PAINTING Interior or Exterior Painting Phone 3885 Russell Price FOR ELECTRIC WORK *Call 2397* —FOR— • Bob Powell • T. W. 'Hop' Ntil We .specialize in house wiring, farm wiring, motor repnir and appliance installation. BOB'S Electric 500 N. Fifth St. . illytheville, Ark. : POUND FOOLISH r»[iAll''tl, Cnoil ntiw* nhn« repalrlnit, Sw u*. H-flLTCRS QUflLITY SHOC SHOP I2I W. M H I N ST. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water • Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver "Phone 69] 2611 — 2671 — 2611 — 2611 IF YOU WANT THE BEST IN A ^ FIRST LINE TIRE ... J5 GET THE NEW i "HOOD 400" •— • Washing • Road Service C4 • Lubrication • Esso Products Also I Goodyear and Firestone Tires K> Os /iiMlufoWc! 201 West Ash Street Pay the remaining part at $3.45 per week or $13.22 per month for 18 months. Come In For A Free Demonstration and Explanation of OUR NEW TERMS! Hubbard & Hoke Appliance Company Blytheville Phone 3450 Did You Say Service? Sfvvirc Is more Ihnn n word reiK'Jitcd, here nt NU-WA. Sm-iaMo us rm\inp fine CLEANING AND LAUNDRY picked up and delivered nl your doorstep Service liere, means satisfaction tn every customer It means that you can trust every garment to us and have thorn returned spotless, unharmed nud ready for immediate nscf Dial 447 4-447 5 Far Our Double Service NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS 220 North Second Street MX K£AL H&CUK* StRVlCt *l**9S Sf£MV* Still & Young Motor Co. Phone 3479 Lincoln-Mercury Deafer Blytheville Ark. 112 Walnut SK.

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