The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 8, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 8, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE, (ASK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, 19W Jan* Shellon, ."Society Editor Mi«» Chambers Betrothed : To Edwin P. Stubblefield , Misi Mildred Autham chamber! of Blytheville Is betrothed to Edwin Powell Stubblefield of Blytheville and McMinnville, Tenn.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Powell Btubblefield of McMinnville. Announcement of the engagement is mad« today by the bride-elect's mother, Mr«. W. 0. Shearln i>f Blytheville. A f«ll ceremony Is planned. Miss Chambers was graduated from Luxor a High School and attended the University of Arkansas Faj-ettevllle. She i.i a 1951 graduate of Harding College, Searcy. where »he was a member of the Tofebts, a social club. She will be a member cf th« Centra] Elementary School faculty this year. A graduate of McMinnville High •chew], Mr. Stubblefield served two year* Jn the Navy befort entering Harding College. Searcy where he was graduated in 1049. He wns a member of the Mohican social cluu »nd is now manager of the local Retail Credit Co. Perfection In Half Sizes 8750 'Ht-24* By Sue Burnett Jtri 1« a graceful daytime (rock «mt<4 particularly (or tlu slightly ih«rt«r figure. Hull size* in- •ul* » perfect (It because they're •ufc ihorUr to J»ve alteration time, Pattern No. B7M ti a sew-rlle perforated pattern for sizes H',4 18'i, 1«K JOW. 22',i and 24',. Si/c 18'.i, 4'i yards of 39-Inch. For thU pattern, send 30c In OOINC, your name, address, size dMlrm, and the PATTERN NUM BER to Su« Burnett, Courier News 472 W. Qlllncy Street. Chicago. 6, III Don't miss the Kail and Wlntci FASHION. It contains 48 pages o new ityln simple to make frocks for all ages; decorating tricks; glf patterns printed inside the book Send as cents today. ENGAGEMENT TOI.D—A fall ceremony Is planned by Miss Mildred Antham Chambers for her, marriage to Edwin Powell Stubblefield of Blytlievllte and McMlnnviUe, Tenn. Announcement of the betrothal was made today by the brlde-cleot't mother, Mrs. W. C. shearin ot Blythe- Tennessee, which grows between 430,000 and 100,000 -rates yearly. Is the second-ranking strawberry producing state of the Union. Vleeting-Surpnse Shower leld in Cain Home A combined business session and surprise shower for.a recent bride litertalned members of Epsilon j Sigma Alpha sorority last night when the bi-monthly meeting was; Itelci at the home of Miss Alma ain. Mr«. Calvin Hill, vice president conducted the brief business discussions after which a sorority sister, Mrs. James Mosley, the former Miss Betty Ann Graves was presented with nssorttxT giito. MLis Cain served ft salad course and iced drinks from a lace laid refreshment table topped with mixed summer ilowers. • • » ' Houseguesls Shave Honors At Afternoon Party -Twenty-five guests cnltcd at the jy Welch home on West Walnut yesterday tiftcrnaon ivf 4 p.m. to greet. Miss Evelyn Jenn PtRg of Os- ceoli\, lioiLscguest of Mrs. Roinnd Green, and Miss Icon's Worthy of P.fnrked Tree , nr.d Mnrlrmna, svhu is visiting Mrs, Welch. Mrs. Green and Mrs, Welch were hostesses Tor the Informal EifTnlr, Roses from the gnrdfMis of I Vie Welch home inetinminatpii in (lie decorations of the entertaining rooms used. Blooms in nn army of shattes filled vases atxniL Ihe A.s.iorlrd piu'ly foods and frosted drinks were served throughout t he nttcriioon from the refreshment table which was centered with a design of the summer blooms. Mti- dcrin linen featuring a lace trim overlaid the table, During the Hftevnoon the hos- Mrs, Long f Club Honoree Fov Monthly Supper Georgia Guests Honored At Wiener Roast, Parly Eight feminine members of the tren-nge ict last night nltcmted the wiener j-onst at the W. J. Rodgers hnine on Lilly znmpHmeiiting Bev- j erly Shcppard nnd T.oulse Wfttklns of Co_U0hfcius. Ga., who nre visiting Following the roasting of wieners, to! prt'sonted Ihe hcntorccs with Sifts. OuL-of-lown gnest.-! caHlng In- cUicled Miss Cnhcrlne Popo ntirt Mrs. Ralph Wilson of Osccotn, Mrs. Hlch- nrd oT Ro.^cEand and Mrs. Joe Cnl- nwny. III or Washington, O. o., .st'gut'st oj Mr. ft«d Mrs. C. L. Vylfft. Nmncroiis other events Vinve been ilnnncri complimentiTig Miss Pigg nrt Miss Worthy. Bit* of News Ifloitfu f-^ei-iona.1 Dan Wallace ot Kansas City, Mo.. Blytheville visitor and Mrs, W,,E. Wallace spent yesterday in Memphis where they visited Mr. Wallace's mother, Mrs, C, S, Wallace who fs a patient at the Baptist Hospital. Mr*. Wallace's condition Is reported 'much Improved. Suaan Lee is the name which has ben selected by Major and Mrs. John 3. Hudson, Jr., lor their first chlliJ, a daughter born last nl^ht Jn an El Paso, Tex. hospital. Mis, Hudson IB' the former Julia Ann Woodson, daughter of Mr. and Mm, E. B. WoodBon of BlytheVil.e. Mrs. Woodson is in El Paso with her daughter end family. Mr. and Mra. Joe Callav, p ay, III of Washington, D, C., and Mr.s, Calln- way'js father, Joseph K. Callaxvay of Alexandria, Va., are the guests nf the elder Mr. Cnllaway's mother, Mr*. Mamie H. Callaway and sister, Mr.s, C. I,. Wylle ami family. Miss Florence Chambers, who suffered a fractured hip l\vo weeks a«o, was removed from her home on Route Four Monday to the Blythe- vllle FlospHal where she will un- drif.o treatment for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thompson and son, Sam my of Tu m pa, Fla., are visiting wllli Mr. Thompson's mother. Mrs. Zoa Thompson, brother, Robert Thompson and family and sister, Mrs. L. T. Bunihnm and fntn- ily. Mr. Tliomp.wn Is a former Bly- thrjviUc resident- Mrs. Jack Mitchell and daughters, Jackie and Dale will arrive Tatnr- day from their home In Chicago to be the guests of Mrs, Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers and sister. Mrs. Maurice Sanders and Mr. Sanders. J. P. Newell. Ill of Memphis. Is the guest of Ills grandmother, Mrs. Leslie Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards are •acaLionltig nl Rockaway Beach, They were Joined there by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Coon of Parma. Mr. -and Mrs. W. M. Marrows spent Tuesday In Memphis with their daughter. Mrs, Joe Heflin. who s n patient at the Baptist Hospital Her condition is reported as much mproved. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moore nnd Ton Burns of East St. Louis will be the weekend gucgts of Mr. nnd Mrs Erby Lcdbettcr, They will be accompanied home liy Mrs. fturns who has been .spending a week here witt Mrs. I^rtbetter. Mrs. Dorothy Stewart of Oak Har- Imr. Wash.. Is visiting here with rel atlvcs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cable, Mr and Mrs. Don Howard, Mr. urn Mrs. V. F, Stewart and daughter Janet ,OUle Stewart nnd Mr. ant Mrs. Buddy Brown. Walter Webster hns been admit ted to Memphis Methodist Hospl tal for treatment. He is In Room 295. Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Stewart an no mice the birth of a son, July 3 at Memphis Methodist Hospital. H hnii been named"; Anthony pale. Miss Virginia Swearengen REV Mrs. H. N. Swcnrengon Sr.. wl' Jea ve Jn the morning for CftUfor nla am! points of western Intere- for a month's vacation. They \vl be the guests of Mrs. Swearengcn aunt. Mrs. Lily Robinson of Di Paso Height* near Sacramento, Mr, and Mr.v Billy Wicks an children. Billy, Johnny and Susi left Moixiay morning /or the home In Temple, Tex., alter sevura day.s visit with Mrs. Wicks' moth er Mrs Cora Anderson and liy. American Legion Auxiliary Officers Installed by 5th District President Mrs. M. A. Middleton last night was Installed as president of the American Legion Auxiliary for 1951-52. Ceremonies* were conducted at the Hut by Mrs. Jimmy Bass of Osceola. 5th district president. Others taking office were Mrs. J. P. Brov/nson, first vice president; Mrs. Mike Meroney, second vice president: Mrs. E. A. Rtce. secretary; Mrs. James Nierstheimer, treasurer; Mrs. H. I,. Halsell, Jr., historlati; Mrs. Inez Gentry, chaplain and Mrs. Louis Zelier, sergeant at arms. Mrs, NIerslheimer, a< reUrlnf president, was presented a past president's pin. The group's gift wai presented by Mrs. J. M. Russell. Seven delegates were named to the state convention Aug. 19-21 in Little Rock, in a business session following,' A *25 gift was voted to a veteran's wife who needed aid and it was agreed by the group to sj>on- sor a Girl Scout Troop at Gosnell. A social hour in which party foods were served followed. Mrs. Paul Mahon was in charge of ar-_ rangenients (or the affair. (yj Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Oleo Wren. Mrs. Charles Afflick hostess to Kibitzer Club. Duplicate Bridge League has 7:30 p.m. session at Hotel Noble. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Your Biggest Cleaning Problems! Keeping kids' clothes clean is H major headache for every mom. Hut wise mothers send US those soiled garments, for thorough, gentle dry cleaning! They like the way we remove stubborn spots . . . have clothes hack In record time! Try us today! BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 mnrshmallows and party foods tl evening was spent Informally aft which Freda Smith entertained ; her home with a bunking party f. the group. A mid-night snack wp served the guests. Ffnlshed Unchanged The cabinet of Franklin Pierce Is the only instance hi American history of a president's cabinet which spued throughout an administration without a change in personnel. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday at th« office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Elmer Greenway of Mountain View and Miss Lob; Jean Adalr* of Dell. Eslll D. Jones and Mist Allc* Price, both of El Dorado, III. With the Courts Chancery i Parker Johnson vs. Lucy Glenn Johnson. suit for divorce. Mary Harrison vs. • L«« HniTLson, suit for divorce. Louis Strope Gunn vs. Oscar Otto Gunn, suit for divorce. — Choto liy Travis <'KI.KK1(AT£S C.OI.DEX WKDlllNG ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and j Irs. Archibald S. Rogers of Osceala yesterday marked their 50th year f marriage. Tlw anniversary of the Aug. 7, ISJOt exchange of vows of lis.s Maggie Lee Jiafcer and Archibald s. Rogers was marked with a eccptitm lust night at their home from 5 till 8 p.m. when approximately 00 guests called. Mr. and Mrs, Rogers have been Osceola residents since 902 and are prominent m social, civic and religious circles. Mr. Rogers s an active member In the law Mrm of pniitt, and Rogers. \Ars. Hunnicutt _eads Study Mrs. O. E. Hunnicutt directed the study. "The Christian's Vocation" Monday night at the session nf the Jell Methodist Woniens Society tif Uhristian Service at the church. Mrs. Mavi-v RcUlemire assisted Mrs. I-Iunnicutt in the discussions. The evenine's devotional was presented by Mrs. R. B. Crawford ami i round table discussion followed he study lesson, Mrs. M. F. Brow nice, Sr., was hostess to the 22 members for t.he evening. She served a dessert course. Afflick, Hoines Lead League Harry W. Haines and Mrs. C. \V. Afllick last night took top honors In trie Country Club Duplicate Bridge League's weekly game. Mrs, W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. P. E, Rlnck were second place winners, Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. Monroe Crnln, Jr., took third high. Service Program Given Circles "Mighty Movements tn South America" was the Royal Service [ program presented Business Women's Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church who assembled last night- at the church. • Group singing preceded the eve- : i ning's program on which Mrs. Ray- j j tnond Belknap, Mrs. Jimmy Gar- 1 ner, Mrs. O. S. Birmingham. Mrs. J D. Winner, Mrs. Henry Berry, Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove and Mrs. Bob Colcman participated. Prayers were Jed during the evening by Mrs. Herman May* and! Mrs. P. H. Jernlgan. Al The Hospitals 'uij'llirvllle Dismissed: Mrs, Minnie Taylor, city Mrs. Harold Heygood. Steele Wiills Hospital Dismissed: Jimmy Smith, Dell Mrs. Kenneth \Vardlo\v, City Billy Mann, Rt. 2 COKES SUNDAI 1 CmiM C»]Rf UllEEN ta SUNDAES • NmS • SHAKES QUARTS • PINTS New Mexico has 176.000 acres of 'gypsum. ' DAIRY QUEEN So. Highway 61 4 Reach for a Coke... realrefreshment It's there... under the lid. You'U find the answer to thirst m each frosty bottle of Coca-Cola. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to Kl.CN at 10:10 a,m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY ^^= Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters : NO .MOSQUITOES NO BUGS SMOKING LOUNGE FOR COMPLETE. .RELAXATION. ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE TELEVISION SHOW IN THE BEAUTIFUL/RITC TELEVISION LOUNGE. 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