The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 6, 1953
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PAGE FOUH BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TOEWDAY, JAM. Pat Mulling, Society Editor Patton-Gastiio Marriage Rites Held in Osceola MARKIKJ) — In a Ceremony performed in O.scoola Dec. 29, Miss Lcla Hone Castlio, j daughter of j\Ir. and Mrs. Garth Casllio, became the bride of Clyde Willmon Pat- Ion, son of Mrs. liable Miss r.eia Rose Castlio, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Casllin. became the bride of Clyde Wlllinon Patton. son of Mrs. Mttblc Pnllon of Newport, and E. .C. Patton of Blythcville, on Dec. 29 nt 7:30 |>.m. The ceremony was quietly solemnized at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. Garland Taylor of Osceola. Ark.. In tljc presence of immediate members of the families. ' The bride wore a suit of pink tweed with black veh'et accessories. Her corsage was a while orchid. •Later In the evening, the couple . left on a trip to I/julslnna. where I'allon Ol i\fc\V- they attended the Sugar Bowl game poii, uncl K, C. at- New Orleans. For traveling, the Patton of bride wore a suit of brown Lsvecd, _,. ,. ... \vilh bra^u velvet accessories. niytlicvillft, Mrs. Palton was graduated from 'I lioy arc m ilk- Blythcville Hlgl) School and at- ins tlioir home tended William Woods College at hero Fulton. Mo., and the University of Arkansas. , Mr. Patton was . graduated from Newport High School and attended Arkansas State Teachers College and Louisiana University. He served with Ihe Army In World War II. He Is now associated with the E. C. Patton and Son Cotton Company. The couple is making their home at 603 West Main, Blythcville. U DC To Conduct- Luncheon Meeting Tlnirsrtay, nt 12:30 p.m. at (lie Rustle Inn, members of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of tile United Daughters of the Confederacy will gather lor a luncheon and meeting. Hostesses are Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd. Mrs. Charles Alfnrd, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Sr.. Mrs. R. C. nml Mrs. W. D. Cobb. The meeting will be \n honor of Robert E. Lee and Andrew Jack- eon. Reports will be given from (he Slate Convention held In TCXIII- hana last fall. Bits of News Rena Bailey is Honoree at Dinner i - Miss RCIIR BMlcy was honored •with a surprise blrthdny party nml buffet dinner Friday evening nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Stroiid. All guests dressed ns "Klrts;' nntl In the evening, the guests ftpcnt tbe timo in Informal entertainments nnri dancing. Miss Alma Cain was oo-hosloss with Mrs. Strand. Mirny of tlu> guests were from out-of-to\s r n. 3 Circles Meet |. For Programs - J Members of Circle One and Two of Trinity Baptist Church met nt the church yesterday nftcrnoon tor n anil Royal Service program, when Mrs. H. W, Wooten was in chiirgc of the meeting. The 13 tnejnhci.s repeated their atchword to be^in (he meeting' ;rs. John HLirlinnn.n offered rt pvuy- •, followed by a devotional by Mrp. jhn Nelson. Mrs. J. H. Itonert rend poom uiul Mrs. Marvin Kenwrlght sinls.scd with |jrnyer. Members of the Business VVo^ icn's Circle met at thu home of Irs, Ross Caldwcll, whrfn Mrs. Idcll -owe was in charge of the business i sslon. hist night. Mrs. R., W. Wooton t-tivc u pray• and Mrs. Max Koonce Sr., tautjlit ic Ics.son, "Scritterud Abroad." Miss rrniee Overman closed the mcct- ig with pi-nycr, and refrcshmcnls ere served. Two-iu-One For Spring By Sue BuiHett Jhuvch Group Holds Meeting in Home Miss,Betty Ann Mullhis was hos- ess to members of the Dolly Hlctt fou'ng Women's, Auxiliary of the 'irst Baptist Church, at her home ast night. Mfa, J. A. Enderlln. counselor, /ns in charge of the program. In vh'ch coveniI of the Riris took parts Following u 11 Is in K J R itl by prayer he group was served party foods. Airs. Shibley Is Auxiliary Hostess Mrs, A. O.' Shibley was hostess rvst night at the Parish House, for \ meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary f St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. vhen-Mrs. L. F. Hubetier presided at the business session. MIC. LcRoy Huddles ton gave the devotional, and following reports by officers. It was announced by Mrs. W. J. l-'iUhURh in the absence of rlrs. O. O, Ilnrdaway that, the next necting will be on the L\nn\ Con- ercnce. The nev. W. J. PiUhugh gave the benediction, after which refreshments were served by the liostctt*. Class Has Meeting In Halsell Home Members of the Friendship Class of Die First nan} 1st Church met lust night with Ntrs. Hugh Hals ell, when eight members attended. The opening prayer was by Mrs, C. E. Evsins, teacher, Find reports were given. Mrs. Charles McWalers brought the devotional. "Our Merciful God," nn'd meeting \VEVS closed; with prayer by Mrs, Jack Marsh. •'. Refreshments were served hi the social hour, , , Harold Hill has returned to the University of Arkansas, where he is a sophomore. While here, he was the of hts parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Htll. S. D, McOec and daughter*, Mrs, Luclan Oalncs and Mrs. Vernon 13oyd, are in Memphis today. MlES Frances Lester of St. Louis was dismissed from the Walls Hospital today, and was taken to the home of her aunt, Mrs, Luclan Gaincs, Mrs. N. W. Kyle returned yesterday Irorn Houston, Tex., where she and Mrs, Kyle spent the Christmas and New Year holiday.?. Mr. Kyle returned a week earlier. Airman Third Class Charles C. Hcmngton left Saturday evening for 'Armirlllo Air Force Base, after .spending two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Herrington. Ernest ElUs of San Francisco, CaHf., Mr. and Mrs. Morris Thompson and son, of Bardwcllj, Ky., and Mrs. Jack Hnlstead were guests of their mother Mrs. Bessie Eatoti during the holidays. Mr. Ellis accompanied Ihe Thompson's home to Kentucky for several days but has returned here for the remainder of bin vlMt. Miss Nell Harris Is a patient at the Walls Hospital, where her condition wsus reported sis "much improved" this morning, S°t, Myron C. Priest, son of Mr and Mrs. Cecil Priest, 2301 Carolyn has been discharged and arrived in Blytheville Saturday. He was stationed fit Fort Dixon, Anchorage Alaska, and served there 32 months In the artillery, Mrs. C. A. Hutton was admitted I to the Walls Hospital today. \ Yarbro Group Meets In McGuire Home Mrs. Gene McGulrc entertained members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Meth- oiltst Church last night, when the meeting was opened with group singing. A devotional and prayer was given by Mrs. W. D. Hammond, "These Rl R hts We Hoid," was tanght by Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. Charlie Kriitz, and n brief business .session was held before the social hour. Katie Hatton YWA Meets in Home Here Members 'of the Katie nation Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Miss Lounell Overman tor a weekly meeting last night. Miss Millie Ann Mallory opened the meeting with prayer, which was followed by a brief business session. Miss Overman took charge of the program and Miss Mallory gave the devotional. The program was taken from the YWA Window with the subject, "Baptist Women Around the World,", discussed by several men'.bcrs. Miss Mary. Webb, dismissed the group with prayer and a social hour was conducted. ' Methodltt Group Meets at Church Thirty-five members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met yesterday, when Mrs. Byron Moore was program leader, assisted by Mrs. Russell Ryals and Mrs. Blan Heath. Mrs. C. A. Nelson gave the devotional and prayer. Mrs. William Wyatt presided over the business session, in which it was announced that Mrs. W. I,. Horner will be general chairman of the North Arkansas Conference to be held here In April. Mrs. Paul Pryor was hostess for the social hour. Read Courier News Classified Ads Dell WSCS Meata At Methodist Mrs. Glenn Cooper uid thur renter were Dell Methodist Church I>st wfien members of the Women 1 * I ciety of Christian Service met. Mrs. R. B. Crawford gave th« devotional. assisted by Miss Peggy Brinkley, who sang a solo. Guest speaker was Mrs. H. W. Wj'lie, whoM subject was "Home Mission, Human Rights." Mrs. Mavis Sctticmire dismissed with prayer, and tlie. social hour, refresh ment 1 ; were serve^JL Maine produce.'; 25 per cent of all Ihe feldspar used In the United Stales. Watches by David Taylor Are Conversation Piece OSCKOLA. — Announcement Is inncln today by "Mrs. Jessie Thornton Ores ham of the approaching marriage of her (laughter. Dona Fa ye Gre.sliam, to Barney LCD Wells, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles H. Wells of Pnrngould. The ceremony will be solemnized ut the First Baptist Church In Tru- tnann. Jan. 18. The bride-elect graduated from American Dependent High School of FntnV:furt, Germany, where £iie made her norm with her brother, CapU Larnnr Marvin Gresham, for two years. Mr. Wells i* associated with General Motors Corporation in Flint, Mich., where the couple, will reside 'allowing 1 their marriage. A welcome addition to your sprli sewing plans—a handsome biiUo front .style that's a daytime charu er; from the same pattern make tl youthful duster to wear on conn less occasions nil summer long' Pattern No. 6914 is a pew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14. 16. IS, 20; 40, 42. Size H, short sleeves, 4 1 * yards of 39-inch. For this pattern. Mind 30c in COINS, your name, address, .size desired .and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 315 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Fall and Winter. Tills new issue is filled with ide^s for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed inside the* book, 25c. Coming Events Tncsiliiy Enst Side Onrtlcn Chtb meeting schi'dnlccl for Tuesday Is postponed in til next mouth, when Mrs. Lee Stiles is hosier. Alpha Alphn Chupter of Bcl:i Sliuna Phi hus 7:30 p.m. mee with Mrs. J. D. Do vis lit 40-1 E. Kentucky. : Wnltiesdiiy Regular mod ing of the Colonel John Mnrlin Chapter of DAC nt Hotel Noble nt 10:30 n.iu., with luncheon. Mrs. Bnker Wilson is hostess to members of the Wednesday Club. Mrs. Marvin Nunn entertains j members of the Town nnd Country: Club. Muss Vera Ooortrlch is hostess to members of thr CIR Club. / Onrcien Drpnvhin-nt of Blythcvillo Woiunn's Club hns 2:30 p.m. meeting, when -Mrs. B. A. JJugg speaks on "Altar Arm n{; emeu Is," ' Mrs. Kcnrtal Hrny Ls hostess with n I p.m. lunchron lor members of the executive hoard of the First Baptist U'MU. Mrs. Rodney Uanistcr entertains Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Frank Sray is hostess to members of the GEO Club. Heart. Fund Benefit Card game is to be played nt the Hotel Noble. with duplicate bridge with sectional rating, and party bridge and "CAU- asrn. at 8 p.m. Uurdcttu PTA Tins 2-W p.m. nioet- tt3« at school with exraitivc board mrrlhiFi al 2 pm. Glrauers Class of (he First Baptist Church has meeting with Mrs. Floyd Rector at 2121 Rose. Saturday Sloryhour nt thr- City [.ibrary Is being Iiold from 9 to 11 si.m, Lake Street Group Mas Church Meeting Mrs. C. M, Eliwlcr presided in the Women's Society of Christian Service of the -lj\\:c Street Mcthodhti Church^ ;\VhVii- they held n weekly ; business nn<i-proprnm meeting. Mm. linxlcr ltd the opc»iiis pvny- cr. Following reports by the officers. Mrs. Bob McMnstcr gave the worship service, "Christian Ways of Life." They \verc dismissed by prny- rr. nhd rcfreshmcnlR were served. Mrs. James Gardner Entertains Class Ten members ol the Winsome Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church, taught by Mrs, Russell Ujuigh, met at the home of Mrs. James Gardner Ifist night with Mrs. Tom Frnkps nn co-hostesses. For the monthly business and'so- clal meeting, Mrs. Clarence JoHn- son gave the devotional and prayer was by Mrs, Baugh, Refreshments were served following the business. Executive Board Holds Meeting Members of the Executive Rnard of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday for a business session, conducted by Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. G. W. Ufllnhimty gave the devotional. "The Old Year and the New Year." In the business, plans were made for inviting Mrs. Thomas Ilr.ske, a . missionary, for the general meeting scheduled for Jan. 15. Mrs. Karris McCalla, world mission chairman, will be in chfu-ge of the program. A nominating committee to Include Mrs. DlllahmUy, clifilrmau, Mrs. |C. M. Gray. Mrs. J. C. Walters. Mrs. H. T. Kitld. nnrl Mrs. F. W., Wliitucr was unmet). Prayer was led to close the meeting. Vegetable Fruit Legally, the tomato Is a vegetable but, botanicnlly it la a fruit. The U, S. Supreme Court ruled that it Is a vegetable in 1853. By botanical definition, the tomato, snap or green beans, garden pepper, and many others arc fruits. TUESDAY ONLY! Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Times TUKS- WK1) -THUHS Donhic Kciilnre T)l, ,, ita/J niyllicvllle Hospital Disinisi-ed: Mrs. Mary F. Derricks. Cooler Mrs. Murvin Tomlhison and Luby, Lxixora MliUONS — — _ _ -, ^ There's no aspirin action faster than the relief you get with SL Joseph Aspirin—"aspirin at its best." Make it your first thought for speedy comfort when w te ^t »(, s '" II >'j) headache, colds' aches or muscle pain strike. K&L*''**"* f *4 SAVE'BUY fOO TABLET >«&•-*'• ^J Borne ONLY 49t 34 TAtur nontt ONLY sst 92 TABltT F/M... . WORLD'S LARGEST StLUX AT JO* 1 M&C£^^HKIKAnCTncK^^^na.xfc VJKMHM A PRODUCT OF PLOUGH, INC. 10HT milk • mi\ UIEH • ElORIi ttHMtX • m MilUS Also Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur \Vahl Mr. ami Airs. Henry Doild Mr. and Mrs. liill Slovall WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY-FRIDAY 1053 Rose Boyl ttamc u , chTFDNNlER THAN 'The PALEFACE' Paramount News £ Selected Shorts! "Teachers Are People" & **Army's First' 1 RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holland and family .Mrs. Hulh Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Mill Hrobovsky and family Air. and Jlrs. .Ins. K. DbrJcr These functional and beautiful watches, the designs of David Taylor, are conversation piecec it budget prices. Coach (left) shows coronation iulluence, lias antique gold-plated case. Scot hera "« lapel watch (upper Left center) is crested with coal-of-arms, is reversible. Cone (upper right) Jor suit wear Is worn dial tip for easy readability. Hee (center) ^has movable wings to reveal time, it'g worti pin-on style. Mesh tassel bracelet (lower left center) snaps together and lias guard chain as protective measure. Bracelet (lower right) has watch concealed in French coins. All watches have shock-resistant piovcmenls, all are dependable timekeepers. Hy GAILE DUGAS NKA Woman's Editor NEW YORK (NBA)—The primary purpose in buying a wnlch Is to be able to tell the time. But women know that R watch can be a great deal more than just a timepiece. It can be a conversation piece. H dfizrling piece of jewelry, a fashion accessory. It should be all of these tilings and a dependable time keeper, too, In order to earn Its place in a woman's wardrobe. One young New York designer is doing Jusb such watches; at budget prices. Many of them can be worn interchangeably as bracelets, lapel pins or even stood on n curio shelf. Some of them are designed for thej watch is set into one end of this tailored woman, others are definitely ornamental. But nil of them are practical since they keep accurate time. The coronation Influence Is seen in n jeweled coach and antique gold-plated case. This is a - pin-on watch and highly ornamental. In the sinne feeling of elegance is a bracelet with watch concealed in a pearl-studded a corn. For A teen-ager, there's a tiny alarm clock watch that comes in bracelet or lapel form. Since it has three tiny ball feet ,il can be used on a night table. ALso for teen-agers Is the bracelet with real hour-glass appended. A glass. A third watch with youthful appeal .is a bracelet with a tiny globe of the world attached. The globe snaps open to reveal a watch. And there's a tiny hook.with watch inside that comes In both lapel and bracelet form. True conversation pieces includ* a bonnet box, fluted and beribboned, with a watch under its lid; * bracelet with watch tucked into one end of a miniature carousel that actually turns; a, miniature violin that simps open to reveal Its watch; a gilded apple with leaf, ita watch bidden inside; a jeweled lantern that snaps open to reveal its watch, A.11 of these are «hock-protected. Tenderly, he held bar ...In the of his SHOUTS: "House Tricks" FREE-WARDS BARGAIN-FILLED MIDWINTER SALE BOOK If you're a Housewife who ts intereittd in getting Ihe most out of every famify dollar, without locrifkJng quality, b« sure to see Wards new Midwinter Sale Book, Phone or slop in Ihe Catalog Department .of owr Retail Store and ask for a free copy. Here's a brief preview of Ihe values you'll find. For a well-supplied linen closet, notice the sanforized Peppefell "Snug- Fir" sheets, reduced fof this sole only. There are Cannon towels and sheets, too —and wool ond electric blankets. Hov»eA work will be eoiier wlrh rim«-savins taurt-j dry suppltes and kitchen t/temit*—at low sale prices. Men will appreciate the wonderful savings on power and hand tools. We've ako reduced Riverside Power Grip Hres—Iney're recommended for any car owner who drives in inow or mud. 1 These arc just a few of the values for family, home and car awaiting yow 'm WoraW 'new Sale Book. Ask for your fre« copy*

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