The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1951 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 10, 1951
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FAOB Jane Sheiton. Society Editor Phone 4461 Tea-Shower in Crafton Home Honors Bride-Elect A silver and whit? study of a bridal couple pausing before an altar formed the central design for the urvlng table yesterday at the tea• *«hower at the Roscoe Crafton home ' on Hearn complimenting bride-elect Miss Mary Frances Galnes. A series of events have honored the bride- elect who plans a mid-August marriage to Bill Ray Nunnelee of Fort Smith. Mrs, J, P. Friend, Miss Ramona Crafton and Mrs, Roscoe Cralton • were hostesses to the 40 guests who called to extend best wishes to Miss The entertaining rooms thrown open for the event were dotted with bouquets ol pastel summer blooms, darker hued zinnias in a low bowl decorated the den. White satin damask overlaid the refreshment table which was centered with the miniature bridal scene. White stock .and plutnosis formed the backdrop for the study, at either side of the altar stood tiny baskets filled with white stock. The bridal couple stood beneath a tiny arch entwined win the stock and fern. White satin studded with glls- ening silver wedding faells extended from the bridal study to the table center front. Large candelabra stood at either side of the sliver bowl of summer blossoms topping the buffet. Mrs. Jim Crafton and Mrs- Rupert Crafton presided at the table, Miss Mary Sue Crafton and Miss Gay Gariigan assisted Miss Gaine.5 ^ln opening the gifts. P"/ For the occasion the guest of honor chose a trousseau model of brown nylon net featuring a white eyelet net yoke and finished with a flowing brown duster. She pinned white nirUine caught carnations at her shoulder. Miss Evelyn Jean Plgg of Osceola, houseguest of Judge and Mrs Roland Green, Miss Doris Worthy of Marked Tree and Marianne who Is visiting Mr. an'd Mrs. Loy Welch mid Mrs. W. R. Brown of Lukfin Tex., who is'the guest of her daughter, Mrs Friend were out r of~town guests. * * • Kitchen Shower Honors ' Miss Barbara Cockrell Gifts for the kitchen were showered upon Miss Barbara Cockrell by the 20 guests who attended the pre-nuptial party last night In her honor at the home of Miss Ernestine Holt. Miss Cockrell Is betrothed to John David Anderson. Bridal games made up the eva- ^ ning's entertainment with Miss Emmadel Swearengen winning prize. " After Miss Cockrell had openec the assorted gifts th« hostess serv- P}ed a dessert course. For the occasion the honoree was dressed in a summer Trock of pale pink with which she wore harmon- iiing accessories, Mr*. Barney Cockrell. mother of ths honoree and Mrs. Shaw Wilson mister of the guest of honor we re «peclftl guests for the festivities. Mark Allen Smith Hat Party for 15 Guest* Mark Allen Smith was four year old yesterday Bnd Ui observe the occasion 15 guests were Invited to tha home of hi* parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Bob Lee Smith on West Wai nut for an afternoon of games an< Informal entertainment. Favors were presented each gues from his host. During the afternoon, the guests lang, "Happy Birthday" to Mark AUen M he opened the assortet flft». Traditional birthday cake ^i .and ioe cream was jerved. W' Mrs. O B. Smith of Steele, Mri Jlinmy Stevenson, Mrs. Henry Wil son »nd Mrs. Charley Brogdon as stated Mrs. Smith during the af affair. Newest In Campus Styles (Bridal Events Begin r or Osceola Bride-Elect PROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE •60 On Tour DU1 Saturday, August 11, 1951 MORNING 5: IS—Sign On 5:15—Musical Round' Up 6:00—News 6:05—Farm Pair 8:15—Musical Round Up 6:30—Gospel Gem* 1:<X>— News 7:OJ'^-Yawnln in the Mornln 1 8:OO—News 8 :OS—Varieties in Melody 8:45—Mrs. Duclos 9:00—News 9:05—Are You Listening? 10:00—News 10:05—Are You Listening 10:30—Hillbilly H1U 11:00— Farm Digest of the Air 11:15—Farm Frolics 11:30-Pentecostal Church 11:45—Farm Frollc-i AFTERNOON 12:00—News 12:15—Noon Serenade 1:00—News 1:05—Matinee Melodies 1:30—Marine story 1:45—Navy Band 2:00—News 2:05—Hillbilly Round Up 3:00—News 3:05—Heptime •I: 00 —News 4:05—Murray's Madhouse 5:00—News 5:05-Uecord Rack 6:00—KOSE Scoreboard 6:15—Public Service Pgm. 6:30—News 6:35—Evening Serenade 6:45—Sign Otr OSCEOLA, Ark. Aug. 10—A des- .ert bridge-canasta at the Ed Quinn lome last night began the series ot evenU planned for Miss Adelle Hook, bride-elect of Horace Moore of Corona, Term., and Memphis. Mrs. Wade Qulnn was co-hostess o the five tables of guests. Becky Quinn, daughter of Mrs. Wade Quinn, greeted the guests as hey called. She was dressed in a period gown of green chambray combined with bittersweet velvet and poised over hoops. Each shoulder of the ante-oellum frock was caught in miniature corsages. A pink and white color combina- ,1011 was chosen for the pre-nuptial event. The score pads, napkins and able appointment* were encrested 8751 11-20 By Sue Burnett Certain to rate an A with every junior is this clever campus frock that's so versatile, smart details for And note the a new season— pleated skirt, button down collar narrow tied belt. Pattern No. 8751 is a sew-rite silver cakes served were the Individual with an Iced course The dessert course was a white slipper nestled in rows o! frothy pink lace. The large dinliiJP table was centered with a Dresden vase tilled with summer blooms. Harmonizing bouquets were set about the home. An original gown of black rose lace was chosen by the honoree who pinned bronze chrysanthemums caught in gold satin at her shoulder. 3est Tans Are Acquired Slowly And Carefully for Safety perforated pattern In sizes 11, 12 13 H, 16 ,18, 20. Size 12, short sleeve 4V: yards ol 35 or 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In 3O1N8. your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett Courier News 372 W. Quincy street, Chicago 6. 111. The Pall and Winter issue of FASHION is just what you've been waiting (or- a complete guide in planning a wearable wardrobe for a new season! Gift patterns printed inside. 25 cents. Miss Slankard Reveals Wedding Party Personal A 10 a.m. ceremony Is planned for Aug. 20 by Miss Bonita Slankard lor her marriage to Wade O. Reeves, Jr. Misa Slankard today revealed completed wedding party plans. The Rev. E. c. Brown, pastor, will officiate at the service to be performed at the First Baptist Church. Miss Marilyn Deen and Miss Kathryn Martin will light the tapers and Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist and Miss Mary Jo Eaton, vocalist will present the nuptial music. Mrs. Henry Dotid, sister of the groom will be matron of honor and only feminine attendant. Mr. Dodd will serve as best man. • The bride will be given In marriage by Charles Haynes of Hornersville. A reception will follow immediately at the Reeves home on West Walnut. Mrs. Horace Moore, Sr., took top honors in the bridge game while Miss Emily Mason was second high winners. They were presented plants in brass planters. Gifts of linen were presented MrsiDane Fergus, Miss Mary Elizabeth Ballou, Mrs. Harry Matlock. Mrs. Billy Joe Edrington, and Miss June Wei- borne. Bingo honors went to Mrs, R. D. Mears. Miss Betty Ann Whitworth was canasta high winner. Twin Dresden china compotes were the hostesses' gift for Miss Hooks new home. Out-of-town guesti tor the festivities were Mrs. Horace Moore, ST., mother of the groom-to-be, Miss Elizabeth Moore, sister of the groom of Memphis and Mrs. A. E. Hook a!so of Memphii. • » » Informal Drop-In Honors Michigian Visitor The Bill Cable home last night was the setting for an informal drop-in honoring Mrs. Buster Stewart of Oak Harbor, Mich., who has been visiting here with relatives while her husband. Chief Petty Officer Stewart Is serving with the Navy. Mrs. Don Howard was co-hostes< for the affair «t which approximately 20 guest called. Assorted party foods and iced drinks were served the guests who were seated at small tables spaced about the entertaing rooms. Plants and low bowls, of crepe,.myrtle provided the floral backdrop for the evening. • * • Swimming Party Observes Sandra Yates' Birthday A swimming party lor II guests celebrated the eleventh birthday ol Sandra Yates, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates, Tuesday. Guests gathered at the Yalei home on Country Club Drive before an afternoon of swimming at Walker Park. Later the guest* returned to the Yates home where Ice cream and birthday cake was served and gifts presented the honoree. Favors wer< presented the guests. Miss Norma Moore and Miss De- lorls Reed have returned to their home In - Detroit, Mich., after spending five days here as guests of Miss Virginia Tillman. Miss Florence Moore spent the past several days in Forrest City. Mr. and Mrs. Cook Rammeil p[ Memphis arrived this afternoon to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dili-wood Juntain and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yates are spending today in Memphis. While there Mrs. Yates will undergo a check-up at the Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Odie .Freeman returned yesterday from Moorehouse. Mo., where she had spent several days as guests of her daughter, Mrs. T. F. Jackson and Mrs. Sable Jackson. Mrs. M. A. Price of Kingsville, Tex, and East Prarle, Mo., is visiting her daughter, Mrs, John Waiden. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warren and son, Bobby are visiting in Corinth. Miss., as guests of Mrs. Warren's parents. Miss Peggy Freeman is now making her home in Memphis where she is employed. She resides at the Elizabeth Club. Miss Joann Wilborne of Para.- gould and Darrell Williams of Dallas, Tex., are the houscguests (it Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby. While nere they will attend the Kappa Sigma fraternity party tonight the home of E. B. Gee, Jr."on Highway 61, North. Mrs. Michael Farr, a former Blytheville resident now of Los Angeles, Calif., is a patient at the Las Angeles County General Hospital. She Is the former Miss Etheline Frances Freeman of Blythevllle. E. B. Qee, Jr., has as his house- guests,--Tony Dickerson of England Ark., and Sam Fullerton of Warren Bob Horner and John King wii arrive this afternoon from Helena to join the group. They are coming especially for the Kappa Sigma fraternity rush party tonight the Gee home. Mrs. Buster Stewart will leave tomorrow for her home In Oak Har bor, Mich., after spending severa days here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stuart hav< returned to their home In Mem phis after several days visit witl Mrs. Stuart's parents, Mr. arvd Mrs. Ernest Halsell. Their son Ronnie, remained for several day having come especially for the fourth birthday party of Mark Allen Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Wilson an nounce the birth- of their thirc child, a son, Wednesday night at th Blythevllle Hospital. Re has no been named. They have ttvo daugli ters, Marcla Lou and Sandra <3iil Mr. and Mn. Bob Lee Smith anc three sons and Mn. Smith's sister Misa Christine Orady have re turned from a week's vacation in the Ozarks. Mr. and Mrs." Charley Brogdon and family have returned from tei days at Kentucky Lake and in th Ozarks. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARTje, HI Aug. W. (USDA)— Hogs 9600 weighU under 230 Iba steady to 1 lower; over 230 Ibs fully steady tc strong; sowt steady to JS lower bulk choice 180-330 Ibs 23.75-23.00 top 23.00; most 2W-270 Ibs 22.00-50 few to 32.65; 270-300 Ibs 31.00-22.00 few to 22.25; around 315 Ibs 20.50 150-170- Ibs 21.25-22.50; 120-140 ib 1850-20.75; 100-110 Ibs H.M-18.00 Th«« «r« «bout 300 cooperative I Whalei have th* force* cotton (Ins In Texai. I of all mammali. A Rtnerous application of this Minfan lolion is an aid in protect* ing from the ravages of (lie sun not only the delicate skin] of children but the tender or aliergy-jirune skins of adults a> well. About midway during tile sun easoti each year, many women uddenly realize they haven't yet icquired the golden tan they reamed about all winter. The re- ult if. a mad rush to the open D make up for lost, time. With reat determination, they .set up Igid schedules calling lor lengthy nd intense sun-broilings. Just as any good cook snows ou can't successfully cut baki.ig line in half simply by denoting jven temperature, you should realize your private browning project can't be stepped up by extreme measures either. You. like raal- reatert pastry, are likely to be burned to a crisp. Even If you are getting > late start, it's a good idea to Un grad- ually, aided by » good protective sun lotion that will screen oul harmful rays. One well-known (iim offers preparation containing an Impressive-. c ouudlng screening cru-mica called monoglycerylester of para- Hmhiobcnzoio acid. This protective film has been found effective for preventing burning even on children and tender-skinned adults Non-greasy, and non-oily, this lotion Is pleasant to use. It drle within a few minutes, leaving no sticky film. Since the product con tains no Iodine nor tannlc acid there's no danger that your clothe! towels 01- other swimming and smi' ning belongings will be stained according to the makers' claims. Mrs. Afflick Entertains Kibitzers, Guests Mrs. Charles Aftlick, Jr.. ol Steele, yesterday was hostess at the C. W. Afflick home In Blythevllle for a dessert biidge honoring members and guests of the Kibitzer Club. Guests for the afternoon of bridge were Miss Nancy Hughes of Washington, D. C., houseguest of her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. R. D. Hughes, Mrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. Oarrard Caudill, Mrs. Newton Whltis and Mrs! E. M. Terry, Jr. Mrs. Terry led the bridge scores with Mis. Hale Inking second high. • * » Mrs. Bomar, Only Guest With Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Raymond Bomar was the only guest Invited to meet with members of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday when Mrs. Cleo Wren entertained at her home. Mrs. Neville Blaketnore look high score In the rook game while Mrs. T. O. Huey won second high and Mrs. W. B. Mayo, rooko. Assorted summer blooms were set about the rooms in which the gues were seated. Iced drinks and a salad course vvns served by the hostess. sows 400 Ibs down 19.35-10.00- over MO Ibs 17.25-19.00; stags 13.00-15.50; boars 10.50-13.50. Cattle 700; calves 600; odd lots good and choice steer and heifer yearling. 32.00-35.50: utility and commercial 26.50-30.00; utility and commercial cows 23.00-28.00; canners and cutters 1750-23.00. League Plays At Hotel Noble O. O. Hardawajr «nd Bernar Gooch led the scores last night I the bi-weekly game of the Dupllcat- Bridge League played at Hotel No We. Mrs. W. D. Chamblln »nd O. Crowell were second place winner in the Jive table Howell movemen Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs too third place honor*. Woman's Club Hears Review The Rev. Marvin Niblack of Stee reviewed the book 'The Sweete. Story Ever Told" Tuesday night fo the Holland Federated Woman Club which met In the home or Mr Noble Capehart. Mrs. Mae North ern was hostess to ten member two guests and one new membe Mrs. Elsie Pisk and Miss Loulsi Miller were the club's guest 1 !. Mr T. R. Wilkins the new member. A social hour followed in whlc a dessert course was served. Coming Events Social Calendar Duplicate Bridge Lxagui plan Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Michael raraday Is credited with discovering alternating current electricity In England in 1831 when he announced the prlclple of electro- mngtilc induction. EATING OUT... . . .Is lofs of fun when you go to th* Rusfie Inn! Especially these hoi summer days! You're sure to appreciate are 'oh so cool' air conditioning. . .cool dining comfort. 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