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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 15, 1947
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BLVniEVlLLE (ARK.) TOURIER NEWS Ais^s M. Mary -1 Virginia Reiche! Weds in GHurch Ceremony Mary Virginia Rcichcl,' Street. f kughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freder•Jc Gfestav Reiche). became the fide of B. M.' Terry. • son of Mrs: M. Terry and the Into Mr. Terry, a ceremony solemnized, this nf- nosft, at 3 o'clock, at St. Ste- cn'sfEpiscopal Chii/ch. Tlsc JJev. w. J. Krueger of Mcin- ils, officiated at tlie rites, said thcjpresence of a large number guesis. The *chancel of Vhe church was nfcec£ with fern to form a ba;k- oun&for the wedding party. Twin white The living rosin fireplace before which the young 'conjili' stood to receive the 1 good wishes of their friends, was banked wilh an nr- rniiKCtnciit.,of huckleberry studded with white carnations, and flnnk'cd with iJoor briskets of white gladioli, snnprhagons and stock. The. manlle -wsjs decoiate'd! will) a stately arrangnnfcnt; of the' same flowers,' ahc! 'vnsesiwere arranged 11 cut the eliterthlfiihg rooms. The refreshment tu'olc \vas centered 'with. 30r biskets filled with o:k. ' gladioli and sna are 'rtankcd with Qwerti: rought i:on candelabra holding some a tiered, wedding cake, surrounded with a circle of ferns. alxira'goiis while snapdragons and carnations, ,3h finish I an d tcppctf with miniature blo.s- of the same flowers. The 1! white- Cathedral iapcrs, A pair gleaming white pottery urns on iVstals held bouquets of while ck and snapdragons, to corii- ete tlie bridal setting. The ( aisle down which the fedding party (passed^ was ont- jncd led with white aisle \vith clusters of candles huckle- Iferry and v.hite satin cows, while iie family pews were mr.rked with •hitc satin ribbons. JA program of prcnuptinl music I?.-: ^resented by -L. T. Moore Jr., whose selections included tuffct feaivirnd a low arrangement of all white blossoms, flanked with stately Txwr-ngrln candles. Presiding in the dining room were Mrs. H. L. Kncster of Marion. Hid., nnd Mrs. Franklin Choulnard of Milwaukee, Wise., bolh aunls of the bride, Mrs. Eugene Aulen and Miss Mary Sue Craflon. Mrs. A. R. •Wetenkamp. sister of the bri;?e- groom, was in'charge of the bride's book. Later in the afternoon Mr. Terry and his bride left for a two-weeks wedding trip^ For traveling Mrs. TCIry chose a two ]>iere suit of , '' the. mirch from ".A" right's Dream" -was heard eislpnal.' ' 'During 1 the vcvs Mr. Tiloore iega Song." .,• During the musical-' program f'.perslwere lighted by Miss Wa- aona -iCrafton ant3 Miss Elaine tiiester of Marlon. Ind.. cousin ol lie faride. Their formal dresses ,-ere 01 lime green marquisette nnd hey wore wristlet 'oouqiicts of oi'- tnd carnations. Dresses of all the bride's atlend- iits were designed alike, With the netrcn of honor wearing lime ireen 'marquisette '. tmtf "the three :ridesiiiaids wearing identUM frocks jn a soft orchid shade. The quaint (eftha .'collars o' the dresses were ropped, from the shoulder to form leeves Vibt-forP.tieh^ '(n^^sBT 6' bb*' .1 thc^jront Hf ttei'nifck'lln'rJ.^Tfib •cry boiiffant skirts were fntty "atnertilj to the long torso bodices Ont of town guests hero for the wedding included 'Mr. and Mrs. H. <.«ithriiicrii L - Kncster. anil two children ot •r. i "rhi Mnrin ». I'«l-. iAlex Curtis of Fay- *eti. >-.m . ettcville, 'Ark.. Mr* nnd Mrs. Franklin Clipuinflrd of 'Milwaukee. Wise., Ilhrmoh"-RcAinson of Plfjgolt, 'Ark. Mr, anr; Mrs. James Gnri-fsoii of El Dorado, 'Ark., John Mann of Marlanna. Ark., Mrs. J. L,. Binford, aunt of the bridegroom, her son., iBlnford. and Miss Mary Barncn, all of 'Brownsville, i if the|jfjocks,.!(nd they. vmc. ttny aeart apw^d Irats of'-Marqniseile 31 the-Vame shades. honor carried a friaUoiji-show- •with nent- "iids 1 ivere 'r'om a'deli- ate nink to deep violet, with show - rs of liya:intlis in the'sanies cdlorSj ind tisd with green satin ribbons. •Mrs.'(Alex Stocbbilfger'X?i»rtis 'of •V.yetteville, Ark., was matrqn of loner,'and bridesmaids were'Miss =n:;ie!v. Sharp of 'Brinkley.'.iArk.; and Lynn Jewel Tenn. Officers Are Elected At Sorority Meeting Airs. Gilbert Hammock was elected president of the Alpha Delta Ch'apter' of 'BOta 1 Sigma Phi when member's ,mfct ycstevdiiy' at?the,c|ub rqqin. ' . ' " '| 'Other officers elected were: Mrs.' .John Fields, vice .president; Mrs. Glint Caldwell. recording secretary;; Mrs. T. H. Caraway, corresponding•Ee'retary: Commitlee chairmen elected wero Mrs., J\n\ Smothermon. program; Mrs. Dale Briggs, so;ia); Mrs. 'An- :rircw 'Moscs.'-ways-nnd yicans; and Pndal Parly Honored At Events Ycstcrdaj' Final iifftilrs complimcntlnK Miss Miny Virginia Rclchc'l and hi'r fiance, )£. M. Terry, prior to their mjinjflge lllls nftt'rnoo/j, in £jt. Stephen's Eiiistxipnl Church, v.vre given yesterday and 'last night. A color scheme of orchid and, carried out In the wedding this niton loon r 'was used at -ihn luncheon at .Hotel Noble yesterday noon when Mlw's Reiche! was Hostess to her bridal attendants. A flower Kill basket combining the two colors and filled with pninted diilslrs isnd three shades of pink carnations, formed an t f- feclivfi coimtcrpu-ce for Ihe t.-ible where Iho seven gui'st.s were seal- rd. nibbiin runners to each .jlncr. were In the .shades which each attendant wore in the wedding ihis afternoon, ns were tlio haiid-i>ainl- td place cards and wrajiiiings on the gifts ini'scnted by Miss Heichel to her Kiiest.s. Mr. amJ Mrs, n. L-. Kuosler of Marlon. Intl., uncle and aunt of the bi'ldc'-elcct, rnterlnin-Hi with a reheaisnl Kii|)|)er lust nlijhl nt Hotel Noble. A formal niiangcmt'iit of white slock :ni!l I'lirnaltoiis flanked wilh I'O.sloria (riiile branched cnnil»i- ubni was used for the eentci-piecii of die t«We in the Minor Uooin of the hotel. Twenty-three (ju-'sls ''ended the siippci, hela linmed- ialeiy 'following the rehearsal i.t Uici clinrch. Out of town gncsls here fj r the wedding also were CDinpIimcineit lit,. noon yesterday when Mrs. f. M. Terry, mother of the bride-" groom-plecl. eiitcrlnincd thci-i at luncheon at her home. Celebrates Birthday Shirley Hook was IS yesterday, and In celebration she entertained 22 of her friends with n purty lust I'lfflit nt the honw of her par- ens. MV. mid Mrs. Arthur Hook :-!Ca Noi-lb First. CianicB were delayed ciurlni: the rvcninjr. nm | m ),,,. ( ) lc gllcs(s pre _ seiilocl their hostess with gifts. Hefi-cshmcnts of sandwiches. dri:ik.s an<! birthday cake were served by Shirley, assisted by her molh-r. Bits of News c C '-'•'J- ii Mas were dis- ' membership.: Finns for n rush' pcrioci cussed. Joint Birthday Dinner (jiyen Honoring Three , . .... tThrec'. birthdays' in'our- week, in fiss jBarbara Chile! and Miss one /nmily cn)i for a special ccle- :y;.Ann Hughes. , -| the opinion of Mrs. Lo:v- nei Terr;.', niece of the bride- Ell Undsey' of steelo. Mo. Accord- ro;m,'served' as flower girl, carry- ingly. | ns t Sunday Mrs Lindsey in? n "decorated -basket of the two ontertnined with a dinner party ihades of orchid 1 and green, anrt honoring her husband her diiii"h- filled with pink Briarcliflc rose-| lc -r, Jane Ann. and her brother-! uds. Ker dress was a • miniature m-lnw, Leon Burns of Blythcville, those of the bridesmaids., | all Of whose birthday occurred dur- The.-bride, given in marriage by ing this \veek. er father, wore a wedding gown 1 The affnir was given at the Llnd- -,t original assign by Gladyce Pilei/ sey home in stcele. ami guests in- )f organdy and Chantilly lace. The eluded Mr. and Mrs. j. R Morgan ong bodice -was formed of alter- nnrt MrSi Ha .; (i Hllt i cf | ge of S(cek , ^ng,bands of organdy and lace Mr . and M , s B B , lhelr JKh 3 sweetheart neckline and .!,,„ ,„„ „, ,, n ^ Joe Lee. of here. The dining table, where the three ny buttons to the waist. Thevcry ull organdy skirt, fashioned 1 with' chapel train. U! i,, ' : ! te ^ etl *' Ilh a decorated btrthdny Her'short wedding .veil ;6fraatch-'jC'?° M W ''- l - h c!in , tile3 ' "'"' rc " ng orjamly. was a"-hMf haf trim- HectCl ' '» n mirrored plague. The med with tiny importpd '\vnx orange < fa ^ sls ° r honor all were presented DlossoiTiR. The.•bridal 'bouquet wns *'"" birthday gifts from the o-.her centered with a white, yellow- '8 ucs( s- hrpated " orchid, surrounded by » • * phite carnations, -with showers of Club, GllCSt Entertained Mrs. A. A. Hardy was hostess ycstertlay to the meirbsrs of tlie •Mrs. 1 Pearl Hires.and Mrs. R p Maxwell were hostesses to the Dorens Silnd'.iy E:hnol class of (First Biiptist Church when they met yesterday at the church ' for their regular business ami social meeting Opening prayer'WHS led by Mrs. M. M.,port.lock, the devotional was in the' form of responsive reiiding, and' L'losini; ipraver was fiveii )>v Miss' Cordelia Wilhite. ' Mrs. portlc:k cave the study entitled "Jesus Saves" nntf ''Two Seas" was discussed by Mrs. Mnx- wcll.; Xlie ^ hostesses served refresh- menls tp the members nnd one Btiesl, iMrs. -E. E. Stevens, present • '•• : , • • • Mrs. I;luey I s Hostess When Mrs. J. o. liuey entertained members of the Juily Eight Club Thursday afternoon at her home on Highway IB, Mrs. R. If. Copelr.iKl wns n warded hiKli score prize nnd Mr.s. T. w. Gofokh, .second. The hostess wns assisted by her daughter, Miss Bcdonna Hiiey, and Mi.v; Opal Laster when she served ihc guests a dessert course. Spring flowers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms. * • ' » Serves on Destroyer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Million are upending the weekend In .ronus- hiiro as guests orliis parents.'T\Tr anil Mrs. C. n: Mniinn. They we're joined (here by his sister, Mrs Kobc-rt Hav.-kins, Mr. ffawkins atui their daughter, Charline, .ill O f Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Htc- wait of Jrjne.sboro are the weekend guests or their pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bryant Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. u. - |j. Holt. Miss Mary Louise Reeves am} her liniice. Henry Dodd, or Ynnk- ITS, N'. Y., both students at Arkansas Slate College, .lonesboro, are spending Ihe weekend here .ns guests of her parents, Mr. and M'-';. W. O. Reeves. W. W. Johnson, who has been ill In Memphis Baptist Hospital 'the past three weeks is much improved :iml expects to return today to his homo, nor, North Third. Mrs. John- sun ivin accompany him here. V. n. Niince, who is connected with s. H. Kress & Co.. here, has arrived here from Nashville, Tenh ,' I" make his home. His wile and two sons, William and Larry, will join him in the ncnr future.' Mr.s. Glenn L-add is confined to her home with influen/ii. Mrs. w. T. liiii-nette is able to be lip nftcr having been ill nt her home the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamblln lihvc returned from a short visit in Memphis. Keith nLbrey. county farm agent •was called yesterday afternoon to Sioinm Springs,.. Atk.. because of tlie illness of his 14-months-old son. James Hilbrcy, who has been stricken with pneumonia while vis- Ming hi. s grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. noss at John Brown Unh'pr.sity (here. The Biforcy children have been with their graiid- nnrentK while their mother was ill in a Memphis hospital. Mrs. Bil- ,brey. whose condition is improved, was removed last Sunday to the' home of her parents where she < is Mrs. Harry W. Hnines, Mrs. E. B. Gee and son, E. U. Jr., spent today in Memphis where they attended the production of "Hamlet" this • aflcrnoon at the -Auditorium I •Mrs. A. ,T. Early of Mai niaduke. I arrived ycstcdiiv to spend several weeks here as guest of her sister, Ms. WilUinn Wright at her home. •710 West Walnut.. •Mr.s. 'Hermoi! Carllon and Mrs. D C, MeLKin .spoilt todav in Mem-' phis where they saw "IMmlet" at (lie Auditorium. Thov will be ar-! romnnnied Imine tonight Sy Mrs. I Paul Jones of Mempliis. wlio will' bo thn guest of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. McLean, for tlio week. SATURDAY, MARCH 15. 19-17 Festival Ends Observance of Gir! Scout Week Girl Kcouts of Blytlicvllle ended a week's observance of National nirtliday Anniversary activities when they presented their annual Spring Festival last night in the High school auditorium. After the flag ceremony, each troop presented a number prepared especially for the occasion. To close the presentation, a candle lighting ceremony wag-used, when each of the ten • Girl Scout laws w:is rej)eatcd. Delegates to Attend Eastern Star Meeting OSCEOLA, Ark.. March 15. - A number ol Osceola delegates plan to attend when The Grand Chapter of Arkansas Order of Eastern I Star meets In Liuie Rock on March 1. ia and 20, at the 'Albert ipiku Memorial Temple. Those Include Mrs. E. R. Began, Past Worthy Grand Matron; Mrs, " n Hagsdalc, Worthy Matron; •I- W. Thrclkill, Worthy -Patron'- H:llr V Kiijy. and Circ Mrs. Claude Lloyd, Conductress'' I Mv - s - M - G Goodwin. Mrs. E. S. 8h.luni.-n, Associate Con- Woman's Missionary Society of tluclress; Mrs. Goode Dandy Sec- F' rs(r Ba l> tlst Churcli will have its relaiy; Mrs. 1 George Raines Tre-is- Ro > ri '- ! Service Program, 2:30 p.m. urer; -Ms. .E...R. -Smith, Ms. L. W. !ll ,, th . e .. cl ! ur 'l l '_. . G. C. • Coming Events 'MONDAY First Methodist Church Woman's Society of Christian Spivicc meeting in circle groups. Ci:cle One, wrin Mrs. John Feiithcrstone with Mis. F. IJ. Smith as co-hostess; Ciirii;, Two, with Mrs. Mar;us Evi'iiril; Cir:;lc Three, -with Mrs. J. C. Guard; Circle Pour, with Mrs. L. K. O!d will] Mrs, 'Newton Whitw as NEW TYPEWRITERS We »fe now taking orders for Hoyal Typewriters for delivery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us. co-hosier;'circle Five, with 'Mrs. SAMUEL F. MORRIS Harry Kiijy. and Circle Six, \vl Blythcville Educator Eddresses Osceola Club .OSCEOLA, March 15. 1L w.W 'Nicholson .suucrlutciKlcnt of iily- thevillc Schools was guest speaker til the weekly meeting of the Osceola Kiwanis Club In the grade school here Thursday night. Dr. lj. D. 'Mnssey was in charge of the program and introduced the speaker. Mr. Nicholson told of the' work that was being carried out in the classification of students in the Ulythevilie 'High School. Students >who have special aptitudes for a certain line of work, are given courses in connection wilh their regular schol work. Mr. Nicholson stated thai Bly-1 Ihcville had acquied' work shop equipment valued at glOD.MM from Ihe Ulythevilie Army Air Field. Tliiec new members were accepted into thn club. They are: Rav Morg:.n, Hilly 'Nicholson and C. V. Horn. ' ' ' Calvary Baptist Church Beginning Monday night at 7:30 o'clock the Calvary Baptist Church will conduct study courses in each of the Baptist. Training Union tie- 1 partmt'iits,. The Junior department Will-Stticiy "The Mnniial "and "My Bible;"; tit- termciliates will, study ".The 'MUII^' ual" and '"Training in' Christian Service" anil Adults will study "The Manual" and "Our Doctrine" or "Living Abundantly." Bible Class Launches Campaign for Members A scries of Bible discussions un- ;ici the genera! subject of "Understanding" i s being conducted by the Korean Bible Class of the 'First Presbyterian Church, It was announced today. Tomorrow's subject will be "I will Couif. Again." A special 'effort Ls being , made by the class to obtain. ncVw- memhurs.' urer; -Ms. .E.,iR. 'Smith, Ms L W Williams, Mrs.- Josie'Cook and Mri. Silence Williams, of tlie Osccola Chapter No'. <(55. .,At the i afternoon session Wednesday, MrsV-'Ragsdale svill act ns Worthy Matron': of. a picked team (o confer,(ho;'degrees of initiation. rimrsdKy night Mrs. Hogan will ,-ict ns installing Chaplain for the installation of Grand Officers. At The Hospitals WALLS- HOSPITAL Dismissed: J. D. Nichols. Route 3. city. Mrs. A. M. Glover. Manila. L-. r.. McMinn. Horncrsville, Mo. Mrs. Hcrshall Johnston. Manila Mrs. Nannie Lester, Holland. Mo. Aubrey Chapman, Route 1, city. Mrs. Marvin Rnxer city HAPTIST HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Dismissed: Carol Elli-abeth. Scott. Mania METHODIST HOSPITAL ' MEMPHIS Dismissed: •rosepjf Schreick, Osceola. Elizabeth Jvv, Osceola ST. POSKPH 'HOSPITAL. ' MEMPHIS ' ' Mrs. jerry Cnllom. Wilson. Woman Suffers Injury • A fall on a wet doorstep this morning. 8:30 o'clock, resulted in a matured left wrist for Mrs Fred Flcenuui. 4-3 .North Madison Removed to B'.ytheville Hospital for treatment, 'her condition "at noon wa s satisfactory. Y. W. A. of First Baptist Chinch at 7:30 p.m. at the borne of Miss [Catherine Wcstbrook on Hearn St. Circle No, .8 of First Baptist Churcli Hvlll meot at 1:30 at the home of Mrs. j. W. Sykes on W. Ash St. TUESDAY Mrs. R. IJ. Stout hostess Co Club Eiwht at her home. Tri-Town Bridge Ch-b meeting with Mrs., Newton Whitis. Miss -Patricia Wise entertaining tlir- Ltl Nllevc Club. •St. Stephen's icpiscrpni Auxiliary fNceting, :30 p.m.. wilh Mrs. O. O. ! In r nil way. OFO Club suests of Mrs. finy Whittingtnn at her home. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting I with Mrs. W. c. Higginson. i Cho'.al Societv meeting, 7:33 p.m., wilh Mrs. Georee Lee. Circle No. 7 of Woman's Mis.sion- nry Society of First SinUst Cimrcli meeting at 7 o'clock with Dr. Edna Nies. Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any S!«j T. L MABRY J MIRSOIIlll ST. PH. 3R2 More Snow Falls The mercury dropped to n low of :><i degrees last; night, according lo Robert.- E. JBIiiylock, official weather observer. Yesterday's high : w:is not available. There was a J.race of snow .during the nigiit. ITead Courier News want Ads. 12£ Murth Sc Shipment of Bassinettes Just ill $ f /f\ f S ^S •*rt? * J? \yv THE TOT SHOP 105 S, 2nd. Phone 230H iix Office Opens at 8:30 Opens Snntlriy 1:00; Sfiirfs 1:15 Cimtinuous Shows Sut. :mil Sun. Bargain Nigiit Every Nijjlit JGxccpt Saturday. No pusses honored on Sunday n I tlie Koxy. Saturday GuL fp.mons, prcserijtlion-ivre GCC ft>r f:tst relief fiurn all nix c-ulil ini-.oil.-s, K n joy results whk-li h;ivp made fir>C' theslnnil- Uj- of inilii'His in -15 yi'ars. Caution: Tixke only tia directed. Oregon I roil with Sunset Carson Serial: "Mysterious Mil. M." No. -1 anil Short Cont'il Shows Sat. li:3G to 11:3U Sumlny and Monday COLD PREPARATIONS; IABIE1S OR UQUID ) wMtr; .hyacinths. James Terry served ills brother ns h»st man. and groomsmen were A. B. Wetenkamp and.'RoHSe Harp of Bljtheville, and -Pail YouriB of 3I»Jv<>m. - CDC. Club aiid one" guest. Mrs. 'Russcl :Gaskins,-nt her home. Gosnell High School Gym Tuesday, March 18,1947 \ Admission ; OnlySQc : - Sponsored by Junior Class Pupils See Exhibit l-UXORA. Ark.. Mar. 15—As n climax to |hp study of iicriod furniture, (lie second year hony nco- noniics class weiil to Memphis Thui-stlny to see the "European rioom in Miniature" by Mrs. James Ward Thorpe, which is on exhibit at the Brooks Memorial Avl Gal- i lory, while there they also visited ' the Pink pnlace. These inaklnp; the ' trip were Miss Christine Culvert, i teacher, Pntsy Ann Richardson, Jenn Owen, Wilnm Alice Layne. Billy Spiccr and Jimmy Laycl. Read Courier Neiv.s IVant Ads. Wil.lam J. stcwnrt. baker, second Realty, of the lAtlnnllc Fleet The class, of Osccolu is wrvinir ahonrd Yosenntn began its cruise early in he destroyer lender USS Yosemitc.'Jniuinry at Casco Bay T'ortland flagship of Rear Admiral Frank E. Maine Time for Spring Cleaning? Let Us do I lie jcb for You We'll clean your— UPHOLSTERY DRAPERIES CHAIRS SOFAS We arc once.again prepared (o resume (his service which we were forced (o ritecHiifiiiuo dni'inir (he war. Avoid Hie Spring- rush .... 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