The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 18, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JULY 18, 1049 Amelia Saliha, Society Editor Phone -MG1 Mrs. Dillard Marries Mr. Bernstein Mere In a wedding marked by simplicity Mrs. Gulnnrc Ureiutcln Dillard, daughter of Mrs. Harry James Livenstein of Osceoia and Hie late Mr. Liveiistein oj West Point, Muss., became the bride yesterday afternoon of Gilbert Bernstein, son of tlie late Mr. anrj Mrs. S. D. Bernstein ot New Orleans, La. White cathedral lapers In wrought iron caudel.iliia lighted the scene for the first wedding rou-s to be said in Temple Israel in Blytheville. Rabbi Alfred Vise officiated during the ceremony. Soiithtn smilax banked again-st the altar formed the background for tall while baskets of white gladioli! Altar candles were lighted by Malcolm and William Clay Livenstein of Osceola, brothers oi the bride. Preceding tlie ceremony, Mrs. Donald Wevtz, organist, and Mrs. R. D. Mear.s,, presented a program of tuiptial music. Mrs. Wertz played "In the Luxembourg Garden.-:", Manning, "Caprice Vien- nois," Kreislcr and "Summertime". Grunn. Mrs. Wears' selection was "1 Love Thee," Grels. They each wore printed silk (rocks with rcse corsages. Brother Gives Brule The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Harry Livenstein of Ojceola, chose white embroidered organdy over pink taffeta fashioned with a low neckline. The rirck- line pleated to Join the fitted bodice and the lull skirt, fell to an ankle length. French maline formed her tiny bonnet trimmed with flowers and white feather tips on the brim. Her bridal costume was completed with pink mitts in the same, shade of the taffeta underskirt. Lace net in the same shade of pink tied the colonial bouquet o! pink roses and stcphanotis which Hie bride carried. Coleman Bernstein of Pranklyn- ton. La., served his brother as best man. Following the ceremony a reception WBS held at the recreation room oi the Temple. The bride's table w?s overlaid with an imported lace cloth over pastel blue centered with a silver bowl filled with pink rose buds, asters and tuberoses. White tapers burned in silver candelabra. Honeymonn In Havana Twin wedding cakes shaped as wedding rings were tied with a large white satin bcw and placed over blue baronett« satin at one end of the table. Mrs. Alfred Vise of Blytheville presided over the refreshment table, a-wlsted by Mrs. Madeline Allen, and Misses Bebo Livenstein, June welborn and Mary Elizabeth RillO'je. all of Osceola. The couple left on a wedding trip to Havana. Cuba, following the reception. They will make their p home In New Orleans where Mr. Bern- itein is a lawyer. For traveling the bride wore an original tailored suit of white sharkskin with navy blue accessories. Her corsage was of red roses. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Rene Braum, Mrs. Ethel Pallet, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. B. Mintz. and Aaron and Herbert Mintz, all of New Orleans; Mrs. Coleman Bernstein of Franklynton; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Levengston of Ruleville, ML«,;'Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Burstein and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kiumok of Moorehead, iss. • * • Miss Warlh Honored With Kitchen Shower j * Miss Anne Warth, who will he-j come the bride of James Funnel] j tomorrow morning, was honored j Friday night with a kitchen shower, f Hostess for the affair was Missj Mary Jo Eaton, who entertained f thirty of the bricJe-elect's friends j at the lioine of her parents. Mr ] and Airs. Coady Eaton. i Miss Warth's place was marked ; with a huge red anr! white bow I attached to her chair. She was presented a mock corsage oi tlu?.t i rar:^. ; She received her (rifts fi-nni a rrd and white-decorntrd laundry cart : Centering the refreshment table were minature figures talkinp over a pirkel fen re and hanging out Monday's washinc. In gamr.5 plaved dvrhiR the evening Miss Martha Dale Dixon received a prize- Refreshments of iced drinks and sandwiches were served. Guests included Mrs. Franklin Stocking Caps Slick Topknot By Alicia Har(,NEA Staff Writer The bob that bugs a girVs head like a close- fill ing cap usually needs some homework to make it cling. If flyaway hair, especially after a shampoo, blurs the outlines of your close-filling bob. curb wild tendencies with a stocking cap. A stocking cap Ls literally that. If it's a Mocking disqualified for regular ILSL by snags or runs, it can be kept In service to control hair after every shampoo. Stretch Ihe stocking top over your lx>lj, first brushes, of course, to m:ike hah 1 lie smooth. Tie the dangling end of the stocking into a knot at the top of your head after the stretchy top has been pinned to .May put II you wear bangs, see tha^ they yo under the .stocking cap, for smoothness of this front fringe U important, to smooth outlines of your cup-like coif. If you need to curl -Jie ends of your hair, make pin curl. 1 ; by winding them up to the ed»e of your cap oHor it Ls anchored. Hagan-Gunn Wedding Attracts Qut-ot-Towners Out-of-town guests here for the wedding Saturday of Miss Gcnev- seve Hagan and Robert Gunn of Memphis included thirteen Memph- ians. They were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garibaldi. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur GrlsRiiU. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McCalla, Mrs. Louis Cleary, Miss Gloria Battiselli. Miss Margaret Dallas, Miss Marie Haslett, Mr and Mrs- C. A. Freid Jr., Miss Anna Haslett. Mr. arid Mrs. T. U Cutry, M iss Mary Louise Dormnn, Miss Kay Milroy, and Miss Mary Agnes Gunn. From Caruthcrsville came M r. and Mrs. B. M. Fowlfces, Mrs. Ardith Frakes and daughters. June and Norm a f rttul Mrs. J. O, Jarboe and Mrs. Mary Wilson. Another Mis.s- ourian present was Miss Fannie Pollock of Charleston. From Illinois came Mr. and Mrs- Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The Calvary Baptist Y.W.A. trill have a watermelon party at the home of Mrs. Betty Lou Godwin, 1719 Chickasawba. at 7 p.m. Mrs. Marian Mayes will be hostess to the - .it Baptist Y.W.A. at her home at T p.m. The B.W.C. No. 8 ot the First Bits of News Baptist Church meet in the home of Mrs. J. V. Golf at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday The Junior Service Auxiliary will meet ot the Country Club al 10 n.m. Tri-Town Bridge Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. James Guard. Mrs. Graham Sudbury will be to Club Eight. Miss Anne become Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Parr have returned home /rom three weeks spent, In Colorado Sprinss, Estes Park and Denver. Colo, Mrs. E. E. Hnrdln is spending several days in Memphis with her son, Ed Hardln Jr. and family. She went especially to be with her cinuKlitcr- in-law wlio underwent an operation Saturday at the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. W. H. Minyard, who has been receiving treatment at Walls Hospital for the past several months,' was removed to her home today. Mi's. M. L. Crane and children. Marcus Lee and Marilyn, o! St. Louis, are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs Herbert Graham. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mahon spent the weekend In Memphis with Mr. Million's sister, Mrs. Robert Hawkins, Mr. Hawkins, and family. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. IJamey Sunday were Miss Gladys Agnew. Miss Etta Jackson nnrt Mrs. Hamey's uncle, Mr. J. E. Blanken- shlp, all of Monette. Mr. and Mrs U. S. Brans<m lett this mornlnc for Paducnh, Ky.. to attend the funeral of her uncle' who was killed in an auto accident. Harry C. P.irr, a student at the University of Arkansas in Fayctte- ville, has returned here to spend the remainder of the summer with his parents. He attended summer school nt the University for a six weeks term. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Moore Jr.. of Mariiinna. were the quests yesterday of Mr. Moore's aunt. Mjs.s Elise Moore. She returned to Marianna with them to spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbarci Jr. returned Saturday from Chicago where they attended the American Furniture Market. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen. Jr., returned to Blytheville Saturday from Fayettcville, where Mr. Swcarcngen has been n student at the University. He completed work toward a bachelor of science degree in business administration during the. current summer session and will receive his diploma at the February commencement. They will make their home here where tie will be associated with his father in the wholesale and cotton business. Mr. and Mrs. Dcwey Crane of Memphis are visiting Mr. Crane's daughter, Mrs. Guthrie Henn and family. Mr. and Mrs. aid Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Norval Humphrey spent yesterday in Newport as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Razor. Seven teen-age girls returned home yesterday after several weeks spent in camp near Hardy. They include Misses Gay Garrigan. Susie Crafton, Ramona Crafton, Mary Fiances Gaines, Betty Nell Holland Patsy Breashears, and Ann McLfiod Motoring to Hardy after the group were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Crafton. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Human and family haic as their guest for two weeks Mrs. Human's mother, Mrs. Emma Hviddleston of Oneida, Tern the bride-of James Parnell at 10 rrom Illinois came .MI. aim .Mrs. „ m at the ch ,, rch of thc Immacl ,_ John Seihert and Miss Ethel Diir- lal ConccpUvm . cpU Wednesday Junjor r , A V ' of tne F)rst bin of St. Elmo and Mrs. Rholhc Wrotcn of Waukengan. Miss Rose Wroteii nr j'F 0 ' ; Baptist Church will meet at the Mississippi, ami Mr. John W. O -,,-.;., ML c , A .„„ Neal Jr. of Talbotlon, Ga., also • attended. ONLY ONE OF 'EM-Edilh Mae Zilli, 1'J, of New York, is just one of 35.000 contestants in the annual "Miss Stardust" contest. But i( they all look like Ktlilh, tlie hiij field for the world's largest he.iut.v contest won't be n.uto'Aed down too much. Second Arkansas Bridge Meet Set'for July 22-24 MARIANNA, Ark.. July 18— M>,_ Bridge players from nine states have made reservations for the second annual Arkansas Bridge Tournament a' Bear creek Lake near here July 22-24. Mrs. Larry ShurUts, chairman of reservations, said the formation of a permanent Arkansas Bridge Association is planned at the close of the tournament. it WE, THE WOMEN * •> ««U UUU« NIL* cut) Write Wives Who Belittle Mates Not Using Common Sense "It's a'common thing to hear a wife low-rate her husband, but you almost never hear' a man low-rat* his wife." It was a man who made that observation, and after making it asked: "Why do wives do it?" A psychologist would probably explain ft by saying the wives who speak poorly of their husband: have inferiority complexes and are trying to build themselves up by tearing their husbands down. I think it is Just a question of the wives not being very bright. Any smart woman knows that her own opinion of her husband Influences to a great extent what other people think of him. If she takes the attitude that his opinions are wise, hli Judgment sound, his Job Important, his comfort her rightful concern, others are Inclined to accept the fact that she is married to a man who amounts to something. If she belittles his ideas, runs tto'.vn his friends, tells how she outsmarts him. then her friends will lie quick to decide she isn't married to much of a m;m Must Maintain Relative Status A bright woman knows, too. that a woman can't rise above her husband. She has to go at his side. Even a successful career woman is pitted by other women If she marries an insignificant man. So the wonum who belittles her husband is not only saying that he isn't Important—but she's also saying that she is a nobody. And there's still another important point a smart woman doesn't miss. She knows that the average man needs to be built up and that if she wants him to be a success in life, she has to keep him confident that he can lick (he world. And she realizes that nothing a wife says to her husband In private Is as important in building him up as treating him as a Very Important Person in public. Buick Dealers to See Preview of New Model C. L. McWaters of the Langbton- McWalcrs Co., Blytheville Buick dealer, will go to Memphis Wednesday for a preview of the new Buick Special model which will be on display lu dealers' showrooms next month. About 150 dealers in the Memphis zone will attend the meeting in Hotel Penbody. The special is the lowest price model in the Buick series, and has been completely redesigned. John B. Slieelmn, manager ot the Memphis zone for the Buick Division of General Motors Corporation, will preside over the meeting. He and members of his staff recently intended conferences In Flint. Mich., preliminary to placing the new model on display. Arkansan Is Named To Southwestern Faculty MEMPHIS. July 18_M>)—Robert Bedford Wntkins, son or Mr and Mrs. R. B. Watkins of Monette. Ark., ha s been named to the music faculty at Southwestern, the college announced yesterday. Watkins attended Arkansas State College in Jonesboro and George Peabody College in Nashville, Tenn.. before graduating from Southwestern this year. He is working on his master's degree in music at the University of Michigan. ASPHALT BOTTOM^ COTTON PICK SACKS! THE LONGEST HEARING COTTO* PICK S«K Mr. turned ml Mrs. R. L. Loggiiis re- yeslerday from Morrilton At Tlie Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. iMeh'in Angliu and baby. Stcele, Mo. Mrs. O. O. GHsson arid baby. Brans City. Mo. Mrs. William Lnmhcrl and baby, Thursday Mr. 1 ;. G. V. Daws will entertain the Blytrievillc Honk C!uh. The Thursday Rook Club will be entertained nt the home of Mrs. iNcviil Hlakenioj-c. Mrs. Raymond Shamlin will bo hostess to the Avnlon Bunco Club. The Gnsnell W.S.C.S. at the church at will p.m mrrt and where they attended the funeral of iier uncle. .Mr. John J. Irving. Dr. and Mrs. Harold Weiss of i Dallas were the weekend guests of j Mrs. Weiss' aunt, Mrs. Wynlt Hpn- j Icy. They were en route to a vaca- j lion in tiie east. j O. N. Hawkins is sending a week I in Morrilton. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Himtley left Saturday for several months vacation in Canada where they will visit friends and relatives at various places as well as points of tourist interest. They were accompanied by later go to the home of Mrs. Kenncy for a program meeting. City. Mrs. Chester Sntton and baby. City. Mrs. H. C. Gilrner and baby, Stccle. Mrs. \Villinm Lawhorn, Cootcr, Mo. Barbara Hicks. City. E. I, Sellers, City. TUibv Jewell Tomlln. Burdette. ^ <! Burlie Joe White. City Mrs. W. D. McNabb. Manila. Mrs. W. H. Minyard. City. Illvlhrvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Lnrrnine Simms. Dell Mrs. Harry Davidson, Stcele Revival is Under Way At New Liberty Church Mr. will be away for two weeks". and Mrs. Albert Taylor, who daughter, Mary Ann. will leave Thursday for Lit tie Rock where they will make their home in the Rivercliff Apartments. Mr. Stout has bees\ appoiiued sales manager lor the Arkansas division of Mc- Ki.sson-Robbins Company \s-ith headquarters in Little Rock. Among out-of-town' people here yesterday for the funeral of the seven-day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pickard were Mrs. Herman ; Spears and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. • Robertson. West Memphis: 1 Ken- , neth Hendron "nd Tom Solomon, i Memphis: Mrs. Levy Clark, Wood- | villc. Tenn.. and Mr. and Mrs. . Hnrry Sas-ser. Covington. Tenn. J \ Mrs. Brad Daniels and Mrs. Pran- < ci.s Lewers are spending this week at Camp Rio Vista In Hardy. | Mr. and Mrs. Ira Walters and daughter, Patricia Jean, are visit- inp in Pine Bluff. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Edwards Jr. of Del! today announced the adoption of an eight-month old son, n. G. Edwards ill. He will b« tailed Dirk. Mrs. Edwards is the [ former Miss Mildred Whistle. I Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jeffries ami i Mrs. Frank Tomlinson and chili dren, Betty Lou and Johnny, spent) (he weekend in McCrorv with Mr I Jeffries' uncle, Jurd McCrory. ' Mr. anil Mrs. Charles L\ites and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Applebaum nre s'lenriinc a few days near Mountain View, Ark., where they have taken a cabin. ON THE MARKET. OUTt ASTS TWO OR .' THREE BUCK BAGS - BY ACTUAL TEST.*; THE ASPHALT BOTTOM KEARS'LIKE IMK BEMIS BRO. BAG CO. MEMPHIS 1. TINH. For Sale By ALL LEADING JOBBERS Mrs. Charles Smith, returned Saturday night from a ten-day vacation in Nashville, Tenn.. and surrounding towns. Mrs. G. W. Smith, who accompanied her, will t return tonight. Tlie Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of I Mr. and .Mrs. John Foster have the Fir.s, Baptist Church In Blythe- I had as their guest for thc past ten viUo. is the evangelist at a two- j days Mrs. Foster's net>he\v, Billy weeks nvival which started ye.ster- j Reach of Owcusbovo, Ky. He re- dny at thc New Liberty Baptist j lurned to his home Sunday. An- Church, five miles north of Blythe- | other guest of a few days \iith the '. Footers, is James E. Qiiinn of Mil- of the First Baptist Church here ; and a ministerial student nl On;\- j chita Baptist College at Art:adel- • i phin. will direct tlie music. j According to the Rev. Rutfcll , Warth. mother of the briiic-elcct.' Duffer, pastor o! HIP New Liberty and Miss Cecil Cossltly. aiml of ; Cluircli. services arc rnndiL:tcd Mr. Piinirll. I wicc daily, at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. ! The Rev. Carol Evans, a member j lm! .ton Navy near Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Stout ami IT'S TIME TO SHINE WITH THE SHME THAT STAYS! Radio Repair We Are Pleased To Announce That CARL PAUL Is Now Connected With Our Sitles Department LEE MOTOR SALES RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY DRS. NIES & NIES (All Ivpr^ Kxcvpl (Janrcr Main HIvthrTllto Ark l*h«iw All w<irk done hy a licensed Kadin-Tclcplinne expert — Every joh Kuarantced. Why pay more for less? iano Tuning Done n-ifh (he famous 'Slroboscope" — Exclusive ID (his area. Why take les? than perfect tuning when (lie best is available? Sheet Music - Records Supplies-Repairs PIANOS New and Used verylliifiR In Music it has a hard-wax finish GRIFFIN tUCK • MOWN • UN • 0X11000 BROOKS Music Store 107 K. Main Tel. Sll ON TUSS Y CHKAM SHAMPOO lltnuly, big''!, tube Apple Pattern 16 Piece Starter Set 12.S5 FRHPCISCHR • re. u i. '*! on. Made in California FITZPATRICK JEWELERS 122 West Main Street v Blytheville, Arkansas Your Authorized Dealer for Watson Sterling, Duncan Miller and Tiffin Crystal, and Franciscan China. "It Takes Only 3 Minutes To Open a Charge Account" Nr» oilier shampoo can \cx\t your tuir more beautifully i-liMii! And only Tussy Cream Mi.nnpoo contains ^icractol. Tlmc\rln?ive'r\]ssy ingredient — more f ffpftivc tliiiti lanolin— Icjurs your liair soft, lustrous, rn«.y Vn manage. And Tmsy t TC.1M1 Miam|>oo novv cnmrs in a ronvcnirnl lu lie — ran" t lc&, i ,TU'I pniLL \ ou'll *va«L several lul^s at lliifl pel- acfjiMitited falc price. Gel lEirni I mi a 3 ! WOODS Drug Store 221 West Main GRAIN STORAGE BINS Insure Yourself of support prices on jour Soybeans, Corn, Wheat and other Grains. Our Bins are Government Approved, Gov- ernment Financed, 5 years to pay For Full Particulars—Call or Come In. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Blytheville, Ark. Phones 856-857 'LOADED 1 '- Movie actress V eia I (\ ton (jo i ><-., ,4 fortune in jewels. The e:u - -rin';.?,' necklace iuul bi'netjk'ts. from ;: Hollywood antique collection, ;ue MI!tied at $250,000. They ara Mijjpo.^ccl to have been given to (he Km press Josephine by Napoleon. The necklace alone contains 20 square-cut diamonds ting in si/e from I wo to .five carats each. CHILLS AND FEVER due to Malaria Ash for 666 WITH QUININE NOW AT YOUR DRUGGIST Continuous Shows Box Office 0|)cns 1 :-I5 Show Starts 2:00 :00 a.m. I2M5 p.m. 4:30 p.m 1.ISTKN TO KI.CN Last Time Today Edward, My Son with Spencer Tracy and Deliorah Kerr 'arammint \c\rs ,v Snir cirri Shnrl Continuous Showing Ever? Day Tuesday I Cheated The Law with Tnm Conwaj ntmuntis Shnwing Kvery Box Office Opens 6:45 Shim SUrls 7:00 Opens Sunday 1.1)0: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat A; Sun. Barcain Night Every Nijhl Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday n RIIXJ Theatre I.asl Time Today ^ (DOUBLE FEATURE) Blondie's Reward Penny SmsJcInn and .Arthur Take Return of the Badmen / with Randolph Srntt Fr>* Mimetimc Neivi ,v abort Tuesday and \Vvdnvsday MARIA MONTEZ PAlHfCBOSET rHj_««inIIHBI nsaUM men v <,

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