The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1951 · Page 4
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PAGE BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Shelton, Socjety Editor Phon« 4461 Kerbough-Oenmng Vows Repeated in Ceremony Mr, and Mrs, Leon Oemilng are today announcing the marriage ot their daughter. MLss Barbara Allen Oclining, to Donald Ray Kerbough. Mr, Kerbough U the .son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Floyd Kerbough of Blythevilte, The ceremony was performed Feb 3 in Heniando, MLss. Mrs, Kerbough was graduated from Blyilieville High School where she was a member of the Red Pepper Club and twice served as a maid to the football queen. A 1951 graduate, she was a member of a senior play cast. Also an aUmimis of Blytheville High School. Mr. Kerboufch was n member of the Red Razon Club. HE attended Arkansas State College, Jonejboro. The- couple will b* at home in Blythevllle. • * * Manila Social Set Continues Bridal Whirl Manila social events continue to j fete Miss Betty jean Fleeman. j bridc-lo-be. A dinner parly last j night, a bre?kfasl today continued f the series of events J Mr. and Mrs. Robei'i Joseph Me- Kmncm one* daughter. Nancy Shannon McKmnon last uighl enterlnhi- ed at- their Williatn-sburg hcme In Manila with a dinner party (or 30 guests, •Miss Pleeman and Max Henrichs Schrader of Anamosa, la., who will be married Friday night, members > of the bridal party and oul-of- \ .town wedding Ruest.-j marie up the guest list for the event, one In a series feting (he couple. The bridal party colors piedom That Magic Jumper 8734 12.44 By Sue Burnett A darling little scallop-trimmed jumper that's really a magician In stretching a wliool wardrobe. Team it »-llh the drawstring blouse pro- Inated in the decorations ol lhi!, v } detl ' an( ' with "" J ier dlflcrenl entertaining roonu. i blouses and sweaters for » variety. A flower girl them, had been ''^^ a747 ,, (lower chosen for the affair with minia- sew-rltc perforated pattern In sizes 3. 4. 5 6. 7. 8 years. Size 4, jumper. M« yards or 15 or 30-inch; blouse. 1 yard. For Urn pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and 'the i'ATTKRN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 372 W Quincy Street. Chicago, 6, III Send 25 cents today for the Fall anil Winter FASHION. 48 pages of smart, easy to sew styles; Interesting features; fashion news. Gift patterns printed msjde the book. tore flower girl baskets fashioner! of swirls of net and frothy lace marking each guest's place. Nancy Shannon will serve as flower girl In the wedding. Clusters nf sweetheart rases and tuberoses formed the central design set atop the serving table. A terrace length formal gown fashioned of black lace and organdy was chosen by tile bride-elect. Tl\e strapless bodice of mld-nlght black lace was arranged over white organdy, the full swirling skirt was of tiny knife pleats. She was presented a design of sweetheart roses. The McKint'ion gift was silver In her chosen pattern. Utensils which will later appear In the kitchen of the honoree's new home decorated the Crockett Wright home this.-morning when Mrs. Wright and daughter. Miss Patty Lynn Wright entertained wilh » breakfast complimenting'! Adams won hlg-ii score, Pat Partlow. members or the wedding party. | second high, and Linda Rayder. A cheery yellow and red color low- combination was selected for the i decorations used In the 10 a.m. af-' tial event. fair. j Varying from the practice of The assorted foods were served ; signing a guest book, the 12 guests from a central table centered with j autographed a rolling pin which «n Iron skillet, from which tumbled ; was later presented the honoree. cclorful. marigolds. j P;r the occasion, a trousseau The • unusual place cards were [rock of red. blue and white com- ni'niature kitchen gadgets in Ihe'pleted with a Jacket of flame or«elected color motif, other articles .-.andy was chosen by Mtes Flee- for the kitchen alternated with late man. Tile hostesses presented her summer blooms In pastel shades to with a corsage of bridal white rose- form the setting tor the pre-nup- buds. Mary Louise Scrape Dessert Canasta Hostess Two tables of dessert canasta guests were entertained Monday night, when Mary Louise Scrape was hostess at her home In compliment to the teen-agers. In the evening's games, Delorea SIGNS FOR SOCIAL SECURITY AT 33 DAYS—Having reached the advanced age of 33 days. David A. Kngelking, of Cleveland Ohio, set out to make his own way in Ihe world. His first slep was to look forward to retirement, so he went to the local Social Security office. He was assigned account number 288-30-2226. making him the youngest card holder in the city. Like his mother, Mrs. Robert Engelking, shown signing for David, he is a professional model. He need work only until he is 10 years old to build up enough Social Security credits lo guarantee himself a pension when v he retires. But he can't collect until he is 65. Piano Pupils ENROLL NOW innie Lee Jones Studio 807 Chickatawba Phone 2994 8th Birthday Marked With Party for I I Giftsts Damon Marlon Cook telebi'aw Ills eighth birthday yesterday with a parly nt the hom« or his uarent« Mr and Mrs. Damon Cook 2236 Birch, for 11 friends. Juanlla Prulit and Dean Storey won prizes In the games preceding an afternoon ol watching television pro'grams. The rooms In which the Buesls were entertained held boti- o.uets of roses and mixed garden blooms. Alter the guests had sung "Happy Birthday" to the honoree. the traditional birthday cake was cut and served with fruil punch and Ice cream. Eight small candles callgnt In miniature holders fashioned as chickens and set In nesfj or green Icing encircled the cake top. 4 Guests Play Bridge With High Two Club Four guests were invlled to play njldge with members of the High Two Club last night when Mrs. Ployd Scay entertained al her home for the club's bi-monthly meeting, Mrs. Elbcrl Johnson, Mrs. Cleorse Ford. Mrs. Frank Seay and Mrs Forre.st Moore were the Ruests. Ml.xed blooms In pastel shades filled low bowls set about the entertaining rooms. Mrs. R. E. Greet: led the bridge scores while Mrs. Ford took second hl?h. Mrs. Seay served a dessert, course, * • • Mrs. Smythe Leads Scores For Weekly Bridge Club Mrs. Gilbert, Smythe won high score last night In the weekly bridge game ol the TLE Club. Mrs. Bill Lambert was hostess nl tier home to club members and two guests, Mrs. Carl P. Pryor of Indianapolis. Ind., houseguest ot her sister. Mrs. Otto Scrape, and Mrs Smythe. A dessert course was served and bridge played, with Mrs. Scrape winning second high and Mrs. W. J. Cupples, bridgo. • * • • Executive Board Has Initial Session Today Mrs. O. W. Coppcdge, 1951-52 president ot Senior High Schol Parent-Teachers Association, was hostess this morning nt the Home Economics Cottage to members of the Executive Board !or the Initial session for the curren' school year beginning Monday Materials for the yeai s program were distributed to tht 19 officers Dessert Bridge Given For Club Eight, Guesti A detwrt bridge for thre« tables of Club Eijht member* «nd guests at the C. L. McW»ter« home on We»t Main yesterday honored the group when Mrs. McWiteri wit hottest for the event. A dessert course preceded tht afternoon of playing bridge. Golden glow provided the central floral design for the dining table. In the bridge game, Mrs. Jesse M. Whit* took dub high honors with Mrs. R. C. Allen winning «ec- ond high. Mrs. Carl P. Pryor won guest high with Mrs. S. p. Owens taking s«c- ond high and Mrs. Paul Jobe biidgo. Mrs. Pryor. who makes her home In Indianapolis, Ind., and Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Otto Scrape, wai the only out-of-lo»n gueit. Service Program Given for WMU Mrs. Horace Caldwell was hostess Monday to members of the Number Nine Baptist Women's Missionary Union for a Royal Service program, "Mighty Movements In South America." Prayer by Mrs. Gene SchuIUi and a. devotional by Mrs. T. N. Johnson preceded the program, which was directed by Mrs. Raymond Whittle. Participants were Mrs. Eric Ray, Mrs. Herbert Julian, Mrs. M L. Hart, Mrs Prank Coats. Mrs. Caldwell and Mrs. Whittle. A prayer by Mrs. M. L. Hart closed the program. Mrs. Caldwell served a sandwich plate In the social hour. At The Hospitals Blylhtville Hospital Mrs. Kenneth Byrd, City. Leroy Moore, City. Jerry Wayne Hodge, City. I^eota June Moore, City. Ann Blackwell, City. Harlyn Webb, City. Walls HosplUI Dismissed: Johnny Mffiyard. City. Mrs. M. C. Keeton, City, Charles Allen, Rt. 1. Novella Bady. Huffman. Mrs. B. M. Banister and City. baby, Coming Events Social Calendar Friday City Tournament continues at Hotel Noble. Miss Bety Jean Fleeman becomes the bride of Max Henrlch Schrader In 7 p.m. ceremony ab Tirst Methodist Church In Manila: and chairmen attending A social hour followed lu which an Informal discussion of the work was held. v' «w««t fashion notes in TBOMDAY, Auavrr M, MM Sv.cet harmony "itri suits, drcoac.i and casilll clothes! Ami American Girl iiii a swcel 'ii' 0"' cliori! on ll " - price, too! 6.95 Black Suede ^ W' •^ Brown Suede with preen calf trim. Bluck Suede vvila mack calf trim. • 7.95 FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main Dial 2342 Bits of News WLl/y P< erjonat Nedra Jean Briley, eight year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brlley, suffered a fractured right arm yesterday In a fall. She is now at her home, 2229 Kenwood Drive, and is reported in a satisfactory condition. Mrs. E. P. Douglas and daughter, Mrs, Jimmy Lu^k, will arrive this afternoon from their hcmes at Cotton Plant to be the 'overnight HuesU ol their sister and aunt, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and Mr. Cherry. Mrs. Car) A Pryor of Indianapolis, [nd., U the hou.seguest. of her sister, Mrs. otto Scrape, and family. She will remain for a week'.* visit. , Cpl. nicharrl b Hart has relumed j to McGuire Air F^rce Base, Trenton, N.J., after spending 15 days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hart, and other relatives. Mrs, Joe McGnee was removed to her home yesterday from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she had undergone surgery. Her condition Ls reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Nora Fergisoii ajid granddaughter, Jiinmlc Helen, have returned from Pcntiac. Mich-, where they visited their daughter and aunt, Mrs. Jack McVay and Mr. McVay. Mrs. McVay is the former Miss Irene FergLson. Kn rout* home they also visited relatives in SI- l/Hiix. Mr, and Mrs. Ado I oh Heinicke left this morning tor St. Louis where they will spend the weekend. They went especially for the celebration of the 92nd birthday of Mr. Heinicke's mother, Mrs. A. G. Helnlcke. While there, iiiey will also attend the Municipal Opera production, "The Gieat Waltz," Friday night. A. G. Sh.bley, Jr., who has been attending (he University at Colorado, Boulder. Ls the guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shib- BRING YOUR OWN PIANO—Musicians who like to carry their own piano* will find U easitr now that inventor Car) Gage has developed a 37-pound portable model. Gage unveiled his Invention, * s:cret of five years, at the convention of National Music Merchants in Chicago. At left, above, Patricia Deagan shows how the instrument ran be carried like a piece of luggage. At right, with th« leg* unfolded and the lid opened, she plays a tune, to the satisfaction ol Inventor Gage, right YarbroClub Has Bi-Monrhly Meet Fourteen members and two guests, Mrs. Dennie Hammond and Mrs- Glenn Bunch, cf the Yarbro Home Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, II!.. Aug. 30. (ft— (USDA)— Hogs 9,000; weights 130 Ibs up strong to 15 cents higher than Wednesday's average; lighter weights 25 to 50 higher; Demonstration Club met Tiie.sday imost choice 180-230 Ibs 21.25-50; top 21.50; 240-210 Ibs 20.50-21.15; odd lot 270-300 Ibs 20.25-50; around 325 Ibs 19.35-50; 150-110 Ibs 19.1521.00; largely 20.75 down; 120-140 Ibs t7.00-19.25; 100-110 Ibs 15.0016.50; sows 400 Ibs down 18.00-19.00; heavier sows 15.75-17.15; stags 13.00-15.50; hoars H.OO-H.50. Mr. and Mrs. will a week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nell Drewery and daughter. Pamela Ann, arrived (orfay from their hcme in Ev- anslon, III., to spcud 10 days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCoy. Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis and four children of Tuscaloosa. Ala., are the guests of Mrs. Francis' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bob Barnes will leave tomorrow for Ivke Ncr- fork where they will spend the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Moeller and night at the club lor the bi-monthly discussions. MM. Ellis Wheeler and Mrs. Milton Bunch were hostesses (or the session which opened with group singing and a devotional bv Mrs. Paul Abbott. Mrs. Wheeler read a poem after which a demonstration of gift wrapping was present* by "Ways to Beautify Your Home" Bumes after which Mrs. Eizte Wheeler, club president, conducted their home in Jackson Heights. Long Island, N.Y., after having been the guests of Mrs. Moeller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Johnsen. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McCall and daughter. Miss Judy McCall, have returned from a month's vacation. They vacationed in Benton Harbor. Ludington and Mount Pleasant, Mich., and Pokagan Park in northern Indiana. Harlyn Webb was removed to his home on N. 10th this morning from Blytheville Hospital where he had a business session. Plans were discussed for the club exhibit at the district fair and a committee composed of Mrs. D. B, Abbott. Mrs. Pollard, Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Abbott was to plan the display. A social hour followed and freshments were served. Barnes named 'There's No Such Bird' But Man Finds On* PORT WASHINGTON, If. T. (*) —Your local ornithological correspondent discovered during a stroll a bird tht likes of which h« neve* had seen before. : - , It was a small bird, grey all ovw except for glaring whit* ch«ek p»tch- es and * 'bright pink bill. So your correspondent telephone* a man »t the'National Aububon Society; it was a new on» on him, too. The same with an expert at the American Museum of Natural History. But enlightenment finally came from Lee Crandall at the New York Zoological Society. "That," he asserted, "must hav» been a gray Java sparrow." Seems that gray Java sparrow* inhabit American bird cages u we!l as the island of Java, and that thi* one doubtless had escaped. daughter. Karla, left Tuesday lor! been a patient for several days. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Offir* 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 WED. TIIURS. % FRI. SHOW. BOAT Selected Short Subjects BOX OFFICE OPENS 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. THURSDAY & FRIDAY—2 HITS TECHNICOLOR' ALSO CARTOON (l~>ctch to rundsome hoimdslooth tweed. Crisp Bcngjlinc Peter Pan collar and Irim . . . shoe buttons tip to hem, and surprise . . . lull dirndl skirt softly pleated and wide! Tumbling tweeds in a ravon and wool blend in combinations of lilac and navy, gold and brown, J<]ua and brown. 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