The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 11, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS BATURDAT, AUGUST 11, IWl ~ Society, flleutA lW9 She|toc, Society .Editor f Phon* 4461 Mjss Rhodes' Engagement |« Revealed Today Mr. snd Mrs. Robert H. Rhodes of Rout* Four Blythevllle today announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss LorettR Rhodes to Woodle Wilson. Mr- Wilson is the aon of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond \ytl- son Ql Half Moon- A Sept. 1 ceremony Is plntmed at the Assembly of God Church at Hall Moon. • • • Ksppa Sjgma, Riisjiees Attend Whirl of Events A whirl of events beginning with an Informal gel-together and ending with a swimming party yesterday afternoon and last night entertained members, guests and ruEhees of Knppa Sigma fraternity. Rushees and fraternity members Gathered at the Rustic Inn yesterday at 3 p.m. for Informal get-together,. followed by a buffet supper party at ttie Country Cluli. highlight of the evening \vns an address by William A. Eldrrdge, Jr., former president of the XI Chapter at the University of Arkansas. Dancing at the Fly-Inn later In the evening to the quisle of Ted Fisher and his orchestra continued the activities. The series of events WDS cljjnaxed with a sxvimmlnfT party at t)ie home of fraternity member, E. IJ. ciee. Jr., on N. Highway 61. Rushees attending were: Blytheville—Dick Reid. Torn Wails, Frank Wiigner. Don Kerbough, J. B. Neely. Billy Edwards, Murray Smart, Jr., and John VVilks. OsceolA—John Earl Speck, Doyle Dunn. West Memphis— Dowan Dodd. Jr.. and H. L. Howard, Jr. Tyronzn— Bnuby North- tross. Pocahontas—Hugh Ward Terrell and Bud Mlllln. Walnut Ridge —Jimmy Snap. Jonesboro — Fred Burrls and Bobby Sloan. Helena- Jimmy Webster and Qene Raft. Forrest Olty _ Jerry Patterson Hughes — Charles Sorrells, Jimmy Wels and Joe Hemphlll. Thrifty Bib Apron By Sue Burnett A handy bib style, apron that you can sew in no time—and It's so thrifty. Just one yard of colorful fabric is all you need In the smaller sizes. Ideal for bazaar tables, kitchen showers, your own apron wardrobe. Pattern No. 8553 Is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14. 10 18. SO; 40. 42, 44. Size 1G, 1 yard of 39-inch. For thus pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name addrew. 5:7.9 desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 372 W. Qulncj- Street, Chicago. S, 111. Don't miss the Pall and Winter FASHION. It contains 48 pages of .Miss Bonnie Farrii f'ormcr Resident to Wed Vliss Bonnie Farris Mrs. Alice Farri/i of Morejiouse, Mo., Iras announced the betrothal of her daughter. Miss Bonnie Farris to Thames Jackson, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thames Jacksun also nl Morehousc. Mr. Jackson Is the grandson of Mrs. Od'le Freeman of Dlythcvilie. Miss Farris reigned as rtueen of the 1050 Cotton Carnival at slkes- ton and will resume her studies as a senior in Morohouse High School this year. Attending Number Nine schools, Mr. Jackson was graduated from Morehouse High School and attended college at Howling Green, Ky,, prior to his enlistment. In the Air Force. He Is now stationed at Lacklnnd Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. Canasta Luncheon Honors Several Blytheville Guests A canasta luncheon at the Rustic Inn yesterday entertained four" ta- blns of guests of the teen-age .set wheij Mnry Alice Wroten McWaters and Anltn Wroten McWaters were hostesses In compliment lo Severn! out-of-town guests. Sharing honors at the affair were, Mary ami Martha Mann of Marlon, housp.- fiuesls of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Nell Nuckols. of Memphis, guest of Mrs. C. L. McWnlcrs, and Mr. and Mrs. O. I,. McWntcra. Jr., and Sara Brown Baston of Central city, Ky., who Is veiling Mrs. Charles Lnngs- ton and family. In the morning games Kay 'Jobe and Gall Whllsltl took top honorj. Handtralntccl trinket trays were presented the guests. A luncheon Immediately followed the games, The long table at which the quests were seated was centered with a low bowl ot mixed ganle: blooms. Mrs. Mizelle Entertains Stitch and Chatter Club Mrs. Jame.s Mizelle last night was hostess nt her home to members of the Stitch and Chatter Club for an evening of Informal cnter- tninment. Potted plants and gladioli decorated the entertaining rooms. A dessert course was served. 10 Guests Attend Party Honoring Wayne Ingram Michael Spicdel, David Bodenhamer and Shnron Kay Parks won prizes yesterday nt the party observing the fifth blrihrlny of Wayne Ingrnm. Ten gurst.s were Invited to the Ingram home for an afternoon of games After Wayne had opened gilt.s from the group, the traditional birthday cake wa.s cut arrt served willi ice cream and iced drinks. Mrs. Virginia Bodenhamer assisted Mrs Iniiram in serving. Mothers of the pursts attending were Mrs. Unrold Spieclel and Mrs. L. B. Parks. new styles, simple lo make frocks for all nrjes: dcroratms: tricks; gift patterns printed Inside the book. Send 25 contj, todnv. :Mrs, Partlow pnterlairu feting Bride^to-Be Tiny butj vases filled with forget- me-nota and encircled in ribbon* of lemon yellow centered the small tables (el up In the H. G Parilow hcirie yesterday tor ipe luncheon- brldge complimenting bride-elect, fvfi.'yi Mary France^ Gaincs. A whirl of evenl* Is planned for the bride- to-be prior to her Aug. 19 marriage to Bill Ray Nimnelee ol Fort Smith. Handmade place cards adorned With tiny bridesmaids do)!* dressed In billowing gowns were used, designating M(is Gamps' place was a card decorated with the mallne study of a bride. Dahlia* and zinnia.? floated In low bowls about the home. • Miss Qalnes took top honors in the bridge game with Mrs. William M. Jontz winning second high. A summer caslume of lavender ind white topped with a duster of Tlsp plqiie was chosen hy the IIOIIT iree, wJio' was presented wl)lte car- lations from her hostess. Mrs. R. u Guines, mother of the guest of honor was a guest for the luncheon Immediately following the morning of bridge. The hostess gift was silver in Miss Dailies' selected pattern. :j re-Nuptml Parlies Begin for Miss Fleeman The series of events planned in compliment' Ui Miss netty Jean Fleeman of Manila, bride-elect of Max Hendrlch Schradcr of Anamosa, la., got underway Thursday night n'l'h a dessert bridge /or five tables ol guests. Mrs. Howard Perkins, aunt of the bride-elect via hostess at hei Manila home for the pre-nuptinl party. Dressed in a frock of sheer green chambray, Miss Joan Perkins daughter of the hostess ushered the guests Into the entertaining rooms which were decorated for the occasion In the chosen party colors of pink and white. Wedding bells were clustered at either side ol the archway, cummer blooms In the selected hues were arranged throughout, the home, Wedding bells were imprinted on the score pads, and table appointments used during the evening, further suggestive of the nuptial theme was the dessert course which was ice cream shaped as tiny bells and served with individual cakes. A trousseau model of white pique featuring lace Inserti at the V neckline was chosen hy the brUle- to-be. Sh» wa« presented white asters. Rosebud* were presented Mrs. R. C. Fleeman, mother of the br. ».>elect, in compliment to her frock of navy blue lace. In the bridge game Mrs. E. P. Burton took high score and traveling honors. Miss Margurlle Matthews won high second high. MM. Fleeiimn. mother of the bride-elect and Miss Peggy Fleeman,.-sister of the bride-elect were special guests. Out-of-town guests, were Mrs, E. P. Burton, Marked Tree, Mrs. Fred Fleeman, Miss Marguerite Matthews, Mrs, Max Walters, of Hlytheville, Mrs. Robert Lowe of Jonesboro and Mrs. J. O. Edwards and 'Mrs. Robert Pierce of Leachvllle. Bits of News ertonal "or Hand Beauty the Year Round Summer Care Is Also Important Gosnell Resident Marks 9th Birthday with Party A pnrly for 10 guests Wednesday marked the ninth birthday of Jo Ann Danels of Ocsnell. Games were played by the guests after which they showered the honoree with glfU. After the nine glowing candles encircling the birthday cake had been blown out by Jo Ann. ice cream, frosted drinks and cake were served. AI The Hospitals niylhrrille Hnspll*! Dismiss edl Martin Odell Jones, Armorel. Barbara Dern Kcnlcy, Holland. Mrs. Marshall Qurley, city. Marshall Gurley, City. Mrs. I), S. Hay is reported in a satisfactory condition at Memphis lSaplis.1, Hospital where she underwent surgery Wednesday. Mrs, Mark Anderson returned to Blythe- vllle last night after having been A-ith her since Wednesday. Mr, Hay remained with her. Coijnle Mack ,MeI Bruce and Wallace Hay and Mrs, L. H. Hay spent Thursday with her. Dr. and Mrs- J. F. Ilrownson returned Thursday Irrjm Hollywood, Calif., where they had been the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Newman Browmjon. En route they visited Jerome F. Oruwnson Jr. and. family, of TuchOU, Ariz. Dr. ai)d Mrs. Brown.son also vUited points of western interest while on their !cur weeks lour. Mr. and Mrs, Charley Lutes are .spending ten days in Detroit, Chicago and Canada. Mr. and Mrs Paul Hay and Wai- ace Hay are in Memphis today. They went especially to be with Mrs. D. S. Hay who is a patient at the Baptist Hospital. the niytheville residents in Memphis la-st, night tor the All- SLar football game were, Claude Kolwyck, Woou'rov; Hardy, Willis Cathey, Haywood Hardy, Frank Whitworlh, Louis Lynch, Jack Rawlings, Miss Donna Johnson, Coach Biu^ell Mosley, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Florman, W. H. Pease, Mayfleld Lloyd, Eflscl Karber, George Clark, J. C. Droke and J. C. Droke. Jr. Drs Carl and Kdna Nies returned yesterday from a month's vacation in Wisconsin nnd lllinrus. Mrs. Harry Klmbley o! Shelpyville, Mo., sister of Dr. Edna Nles, returnee home with them and will remain for a two weeks' visit, Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hay will be In Memphis tomorrow where they wil vls|t Mrs. D. s. Hay who is a p..tient at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Dula Morris Is reported In a satisfactory condition at Walls Hospital where she is undergoing treatment tor a broken arm suffered in a fall lijst night at her home. She will remain in the hospital several days for observation. LaNeal Sudbury and Evclyi Bowcn returned yesterday from Oamp Wylewood near Searcy where they had spent two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs. Otis Sheppard returned yesterday from a three weeks vacation at Key West and other points of Florida Interest, along the Gulf Coast and In New Orleans. Miss Betty Dodds Is spending the weekend in Newborn, Tcnn., as guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds, Sr. Edward Lee Pipkin of St. Louis, former BlythevlDe resident is the weekend guest of his, .mother, Mrs, A. J. Pipkin and sister, Mrs, i, R Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Platt and children, Darlene and Maurice Felnbei-g returned yesterday from a five weeks tour of the western states and Mexico. TliBy visited points of Colorado interest and in San Bernando and Lew Angeles, Calif, Manley returned to Son Her-, nando for several weeks visit with relatives. Snrs Brown Bsstlti of Central City. Ky., Is spending a month here as guest of her aunt, Mrs, Charles Lansston and family at their country home near Number Nine. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Forrest ot Memphis were the guests of Mrs. —rr»st ' S nrronls. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest and family this week. ..cnry and Graham Pnrtlow left this morning for Little Rock "Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! . Sermons: Morning: "The Compliments of Jesus." Evening: "Conversion" KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome Early Service 8:45 Song Leader— James Thompson Second Service 10:50 Song Leader— W. T. Shellon CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 61 By AI.ITIA HAHT NEA Beauty Editor A» joori 41 the summer '"n has 'anguished winter's t'vin ogres, happing and reddening, most women forget their hand care program, The hot weather month* are a line of increased activity for women — there are outdoor sports, gardening pursuits, vacation proj- ecti, with resultant callouses, tains, tcratches, Ingraining of dirt and drying of the skin from exposure to sun and iiater. Preyen- Ive measures are In order. Untinted foundation cream nakes an excellent protective coat- ng when you're working In your garden. A base film ol this cream will 'help prevent dirt from ln- grainiug, and will, make surface soil much easier to remove when clean-up time comes. This product s an aid in warding off callouses, :oo, nirt-removal at the end of each gardening stint will be more thorough If you make a practice of using such scrubbing aids as nail and palm brushes. It's a good idea .0 use a cold cream goap, for Us softening and smoothing beniillts. Follow your wash-up routine with a soothing application of hand otlon or lanolin-rich hand cronm, stroked on as If you were donning a pair of tight kid gloves. A eoatini of untlnteft foundation crejini applied to h«r hand* before jardeninj helps thl» vounj woman avoid inirain- iflf of hard-to-clean dirt, For nicks and scratches, apply special formula meriicaled lotion to help reduce irritation. One cosmetic house of established reputation offers a delicately-scented lotion for such surface skEn irriEa- tions. Coming Events Social Calendar , Monday Lake Street Methodist Circles meet at the home of Mrs. Henry Young. Tuesday Jayceettes meet at the club at 7:30 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plftys at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday- Mrs. Floyd Scay hostess to High Two Club. Club Eight meets !n the home of Mrs. Otto Scrape. Ladies Day at the Country Club. Bridge-buffet luncheon beginning at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Herman Turner hostess to TLE Club, Thursday Mrs. Grover Wren hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Miss Patricia McKenzie becomes the bride of Charles E. Crigger III in a 4;30 p.m. ceremony In Lfttie Rock. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. to attend the rush party for Sigma Chi fraternity at Hotel Marlon. Rushees from Blytheville who left at noon to join the members lye Murrary . Srrfjirt, (John Wilk«^ Jr Ray Price, A swimming party, dinner and danc* Is planned for the rushces, members and guests. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Layton of Memphis are the weekend guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Joe Layton nnd family. Mrs. N. G- Nuckols and daughters, Nell and Melinda of Memphis are the houseguesU ol Mrs, C. L, McWnters, Sr., and Mr. and M Charles McWaters, Jr., and family, i\fr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant are spending the weekend in Newbern, Tenn. Mrs. Arthur Book and daughter, Jean of Advance. Mo., are weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Book. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Webb and daughter, Nancy Ellen of' Bowling Green, Ky. r are spending a week as guests of Mrs. Webb's jistor, Mrs. Charles Langston and family. Nail Brush Still Needed Beauty Item By AUCIA HART NKA Beauty Editor In the days before fingernail pol- sh provided cover-up for grimy tail tips, 9 nail britsh was an Important part of a woman's rrianl- :ure equipment. It still is, to any woman whose beauty rituals are founded upon self-respect. There's no substitute 'or basic cleanliness In any ijooci- ooks program. If your work, ai home or on the ob, results within a few hours hi dirt-cacked nails, It's a good idea :o provide for yourself a nail brush to be used each time you v;ash your hands, If you're a career woman, it's a good investment to keep such a small brush in the ladles' lounge or, if "necessary, in your desk or locker. Another, in your bathroom at home, will serve as a tool for achieving spic-siid-spanness In-the evening. For in-between nail cleatuips, you'll (ind it handy to carry in your purse a file or orange stick, as well as an emery board for emergency smoothing of rag««* idges. 'Left St« Yuh Draw, Pardner,' Cowboy Lai Says and 1$ Wounded CAMDEN, N.J., Aug. 11. (AP)— "Let's see how last you can draw,said one cowboy to the other. Out came the gun, A Itniaf gripped the trigger. But th« r«, suiting "bang" was accidental. Melvin Cooper. Jr., 11. Is In V>M . Jersey, Hospital with a gunsUW wound in the shoulder. Police Chief Harry Norton of nearby Mt. Emphraim said Melvin and Martin Kaestner, 13, were playing yesterday with a revolver that belonged to a night watchman. Martin had buckled on th« gun, and Melvin asked him to demonstrate hit draw. The food of the hamadryad of India, the largest species ol cobra, consists entirely of other snakes. Joy Class Has Business-Social A round table discussion on creating class interest was held lasi night by members of the Joy Class of Lake Street Methodist Church immediately following the group's potluck supper-social session at the church. The evening's devotional was given by Mrs. Lacey Gordon. Allowing the discussion the remainder of the evening was spent informally. Church Group Has Supper-Party The country home of Mr. and Mis. W. H. Pnyue Thursday night was the setting for a picnic supper- party hojiori(ig the Teen-Age Department of the Nnznretie Young People's Society of the Church of tlie Nazarene. An evening of games entertained the clPss and guests. Jerry Stallings, Billy Walverton and Don Alley. Mi?.s DorrLs Payne and Mrs. Hn- zel McWiHiams are group sponsors. Guest Attends Session '•"Tw^/ 1 ' Florence v - Perkins was the o' 'y guest with 14 members of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club who met recently at the club, Mrs. Mary Scrape was hostess. The afternoon's eye opener pillowcases were shown by Mrs. Raymond Payne. Finns were discussed for the annual vacation at Crowley Ridge State Park, Walcott Aug. 2B-31. Repeating of the Woman's Creed closed the session, Dogma Mass Scheduled VATICAN CITY, Aug. 11. (AP) — For the first time since Pope Pius proclaimed the dogma of the assumption into heaven of the Virgin Mary, a special mnss honoring her will be celebrated In Catholic churches throughout the world August 15—feast day of the assumption. WANT, ADS R£NT Sfil BUY £TC. CONTACT — Tfre Right People for That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVII.IE COURIER NEWS Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to K1,CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office PUone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Sho\v Starts 2:00 P.M. 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