The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1951 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 8, 1951
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1991 Jane Shelton, Society Editor JAPAN: Rebirth of a Nation Pbon* 4461 Miss Whittle Tells Wedding Party Plans A Sept. 14 ceremony at the Number Nine Baptist Church Is planned by Miss Dorothy Whittle for her marriage. 'o Eric Lloyd Ray. son' of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ray. Miss Whittle Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Whittle. The Rev. Gene Schultz, minister of Hie church, will officiate at the 8 p.m. single ring ceremony. Miss Adelc Rhoatles will attend as her cousin's maid of honor. Ollm cousins acting as bridesmaids will be Miss Mildred Rhoades and Miss Delete Rhoades. The bride will be given In marriage by her father. Eugene Ray will serve as best man. ushers will be Wayne Rhoades and Bobby Smith. Miss Gwendolyn Rhoades will present the program of nuptial music. A reception for family members and out-of-town wedding guests will follow at the Whittle home. Young-Humphrey Vows Exchanged m Osceola Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Humphrey of Blytherftlc today announce the marriage of their daughter, Mtss Joan Nelcla Humphrey, to Derrcll Ray Young. Mr. Young Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Young of Bnrdette. The vows were exchanged Sept. 5 in CXsceola with Justice of the Peace J. P. Hale officiating. Mrs. Billy Humphrey served as matron oi honor, and Billy Humphrey, brother of Die bride acted as best man. The bride chose for her marriage a frock of navy blue and white frlsli linen complemented with accessories of black, Mrs Humphrey selected a suit of nnvy. blue with which she wore black accessories. The bride attended nlythcvllle schools and was a participant in extra-curricular activities. A graduate of Bnrdette High School Mr. Young Is now employed at Frank TJmmtin.s Tin Bhcp. The couple will be at home In Blylheville. Bits of News t Illustrated by Ralph Lane 4th Birthday Is Marked With Party at Baker Homej 4 Strom j re G cnCTa ,; on Robert Hal Baker was four years ^ cpvesentec j g , old Thursday and to mark the.oc- casion a party was held at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Baker. Favors of toy watches and balloons were presented each guest. As Robert Hal blew out the lour candles atop the birthday cake which was later cut and served with ice cream, the guests sang "Happy Birthday." Pictures were made throughout the affair. Mrs. Baker was ed in serving by her daughter. Miss Jtraldlne Baker. 'arty Four generations of the Stromire family uns represented at the party Wednesday night at the Oosncil home of Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlcs Stromirc celebrating the first birthday of Charles Stevle Stromire. Included- In (he 12 guests were father of the guest of honor, Charles Stromire, Jr., his grandfather, Charles Stromire and his grcat- prandfatber, John Stromire, all of CJosnell. Party at Burns Home Marks 4th Birthday To mark the fourth birthday of Rhondal Dale Burns a party /or U guests was given yesterday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Leon Burns. Varl-hued balloons were .suspen- ded.from the'ceilings of the enter-* taining rooms and above the refreshment table which was centered with the birthday cake holding lour lighted candles. Following an afternoon of games, Rhondal Dale opened gifts from the guesU and Ice cream and birthday cake wa* served. The balloons were later presented the guests as favors. Out-of-town guests lor'the event were grandmother at the honorec, Mr«. J. R. Mogan, Mrs. Ted Toxnltn and son, Teddy, of St«ele- Pive mot hers of guests also attended the affair. * * • Mrs. Wesley Thomas Takes Honors at Tacky Party Mrs. Wesley Thomas was selected as the tackiest guest at the party yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harvey Dorrls entertaining members nnd guests of the Stitch and Chatter Club. Trie club, 'ffhich meets W-monthly has varied activities, with a tncky party selected for this meeting. Mrs. Henry Thompson of Helena, Mrs. Bill Crawford nnd Mrs. Marie Gay inn were guests for the afternoon of Informal entertainment. Mrs. L. A. Dorris took second honors In the tacky contest. The hostess served a dessert course. • * • Nancy Jo Frazier Has Party at'Cooler Rook Club Scores Led !y Mrs. Grover Wreh Mrs. O rover Wren won high score, Mrs. Ne'vHIe Blakemore, second high and Mrs. W. B. Mayo, rooko Thursday altcrnoon when the Thursday nook Clwb had its weekly gnme »' the home of Mrs. Eugene Brown. All members were present and the hostess served a sandwich plate, » * • Mrs. Lewis Again Heads Class Mrs.. M, W. Lewis was re-immfic president of the Dorcas Class oi the First Baptist Church yesterday nt the group's monthly business- social at the church. . Mrs. Chartes Newcomb and Mrs Beulah Flanagan were hostesses for the session which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Claude Rowland. The afternoon's devotional b; Mrs. Victoria Gilbert preceded the election of officers for the new year. Serving with Mrs. Lewis will be Miss Cordelia Wilhlte, rtrsl vfc< president; Mrs. C. F. Tucker, second vice president; Mrs. Arthui Rushing, third vice president; Mrs. J. W. Portlock, fourth vice president; Mrs. Newcomb, treasurer; Mrs. T. H. Haynes, secretory; RS- slstnnt secretary, Mrs. Portlock, nnd publicity, Mrs. Pcnrt Hires. A soclnl hour followed. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Kirby have returned from a two-week vacation at Ponte Vcrlra Hcach. Lla. fra Nccly Koonce will leave Monday for Arkansas State College to resume his studies. Joe Tomllnson has returned to Holmes College, Goodman, Miss,, after spending several days here as; guest, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, V. K. Tomllnson. Rriymoiui Zachcry is reported in a satisfactory condition at Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, where he was ad- mllted yesterday afternoon for treatment. He Is in Room 205. James I). Jefferles of Uttle Rock will be the weekend of Miss Mary Jo Eaton and her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Coady Eaton. J. B. Riyfis will leave Monday for iendrix.College, Con way to resume 'a studies, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sanderson ind children, Dolores and Billy, will eave Sunday for their home in reenwood, MLss., after spending a week here as guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. C- Walters at their home, 1700 Hearn. ,* Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. I/)wry and children, Mary Grace nnd Bob Ed of Natchez, Miss., are the weekend guests of Mr.s, Jewry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Rlgglns. Mrs. Phillips Roblruson returned isL night from Oklahoma City, Okla., where she had visited her uothcr, Mrs. F. J. McCarthy, and sister, Mrs- Charles M. Gerrald, and Major Gcrrnld for two weeks. Miss Betty Harber will Ifiave tomorrow for the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, where she will be FI .sophomore. Chief Yeonjan O. A. Rlgglns of Hollywood, Calif-, Is the of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rlg- gtn.s. Dr. J. W. Rhodes U reported critically ill at his home In Haytl due to a stroke suffered recently. Wocdrow Rutledge of King.sman, Ind., wiw the Thursday and Friday guest of his niece, Mr.s. Leon Burns, Mr. Burns and family, other relatives and friends- He was en route to Memphis and will return to his home in Klngsman the first part of next week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Thompson and daughter of Helena are the weekend guests of Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Terry Prevost. », For Japan, 1951 is truly ayw of deitfny. Under the r«rm* of rtw Son Francisco Peoce Treaty, Jopon will win recognition at a "Sovereign notion" possessing the right fo arm in "w!r-d«- lense." Though the cmpir* boosted by Japan in 1942, shown above, will be ;edu«d to four main islands. Red China has 'warned Nippon that ir it lign* rhe p«ce pact witKouf Chinese and Russian participation, it will meon "a declaration of war against then two countries." Within 90 days of the _„--_; treaty's effective dot*, |==r:pjr.-; all occupation troops are to be withdrawn from Japan. A separate agreement, belicrtd to be on« of the reasons' tor Russia's decision to attend the conference, cnabfei the U, S. to maintain ground, naval and air bases irt Japan. Menaced by Mao's • plans for the expansion' of China, yet anxious to try her wings, the fledgling Japanese democracy consented to the ern a I Ha nee with ilxed emotions. Today, after six yeais of occupation, peace and progress art it ten across the face of Japan. To the tradition- oily hungry farmer in the field, for. whom "the dignity of man" and "UN representation" ore hollow wofds, democracy has meant improved seed and modern irrigation \methods; for others: \ penicillin, fishing net •\and sewage drains. But o'nly time can te whether the Japanese have glimpsed, and will follow, the guiding principles of that star oi freedom to which theti ickety wugon has been hitched. Auxiliary's 'Bandbox Prevue' Nears Showing Date; Models Are Named When milady steps from her Dandbox this winter, she undoubtedly will be guided in the selection of her costume by the fashions lo be shown at the "Bandbox Preview," third annual fashion show 01 the lilythevillc Junior Auxiliary. Models ror the affair which will be at the Hotel Noble Friday afternoon were announced today by the three sponsoring stores. Tea will be served Irom 3 until 6 o'clock and showings will be at 3:30 and fj o'clock. Miss Whilsltt's Shop and The Ldylhe Shoppe will each have 10 models, while The Tot Shop will sponsor three. For Miss Whitb'Kt's Shop, Mrs. LeRoy Wtldy of Osceola will show a street dress; Miss Jean Dcdman. a three-piece tweed suit; Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, a cocktail dress; Mrs. Charles Langston, a tailored dress; Mrs. Bill Boyd of Phoenix, Ariz., two suits; Mrs. E. B. Thomas, Rebekah Lodge !s Instituted The Rebekah Lodge of Blytheville Number 18 wns instituted Thursday night in services nt the Odd Fellow Hnll with Mrs. Ella Ttpton, stole vice president, and Mrs- Minnie Gnrrett, district de|)u- ty president of the Arkansas Re- boknh State Assembly nnd their stnfT of 17, nil of Corning, conducting the installation. Burdette Class Names Officers Billy,, Trcece was named president of the Junior class of Burdctte lllfih School Wednesday at the Initial class session. CHff RoLton was selected as cltws sponsor. Others-- to serve are Thomas LangleyVvice president; Beryl Bev- H, secretary; Jean Montgomery, reporter; and Mildred Homer, treasurer. Virginia Whatley, Betty L&uder- dnle nnd Shirley Burks the entertainment committee. Vivian Brothers, Denn Price and Polly McDonald make up the planning committee. work Eighteen charter members four candidates for degree participated. The degree rites were administered bs' tho Steele Lodge Number Band Mothers Plan Meeting Mrs. Candy Entcn. president of the Band Mothers, today announced the initial meeting of the group, scheduled . for Monday night at the high rchooi. A di.scvission of plans for this tailored dress with stole; Mrs. A. H. McManus, a cocktail dress. For the school glr], Sue and Lue Owens, twin daughters of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. C. Owens, will model corduroy dresses with raincoats, and Ronnie Etchleson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foy Etchleson, an appropriate Fall outfit. Edythe Shoppc's winter creations will be shown by Mrs. Earl Brownlee of Dell, who will appear In a cocktail gown; Mrs. Thelma Atkins, u suit; Miss Maxlne Hill, coat and' dress; Mrs. Jesse M. White, dress: Mrs. Starling Bunch, petite size suit; Mrs. W. R. Nicholson of Osccoia, evening dress; Mrs. Leonard Perkins, afternoon frock; Mrs. James N. Smothermon. casual dress; Miss Ann McLeod, sportswear and Miss Barbara ^Saliba, dress. Dressing for a winter wonderland with clothes from .The Tot Shop will' be Sunrin Saliba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saliba. In s coat set; Janle Ellis, daughter of !Wr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., In holiday velvet dress; and Sarah Bagiey. daughter of the Rev. and Mrs Roy Bagiey, In sport clothes. Receive In Row Room Quests will be received In the Rose Room by Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., president of the Auxiliary, and Mrs. Robert Logan. Tickets will be taken by Mrs. Oscar Fenriler. Presiding at the tea table will be Mrs. Harry A. Halnes, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., Mrs..J. E. Stevenson, and Mrs. Ben W. Harpole, Jr. In the ROM Room to serve the guests will be Mrs, w. A. AffMck, Mrs. James C. Ounrd, Mrs. w'. B. Lawshe, Mrs. Wallace S. Hoke nnd Mrs S. E 'nine. In the Mirror no'om where the ihowlng will he staged will be Mrs. Dick White. Mrs. J. L. Gupn, Mrs. Albert K. Taylor, Mrs. Mas Logan, Mrs. R. A. Neison, Mrs. James Roy. Mrs. Weldon T. Rainwater and Mrs. Jarncs Terry. Mrs. Freeman Robinson is in charge of food for the afternoon, ihe will be assisted by Mrs, Charles >. Bittner, Mrs. Elneri Huffman, Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., Mrs. Alvin Huffman and Mrs. I. R. Coleman. Mrs. John Caudill is in charge of music In the Mirror Room. Mrs. Eddie Saliba will play as the models parade their costumes. , During the two shows, favors will be distributed by Mrs. Afflick, Mrs. Logan and Mrs. Nelson through the courtesy ot Rothrock Drug Company. This store Is also offering door prizes which will be awarded by Mrs. R, A. Porter, chairman of the show. Mrs. Pease Commentator Mrs. Willard H. Pease will des- m the stage. She Is to D« assisted by Mrs, Blan S. Heath and Mrs. F. Don Smith. Lighting effects are being devised by Tom Miller of ArtnMo Power Company. Guests may see the latest merchandise in displays arranged In .he saxin draped windows of the two rooms. Displays are offered by the three sponsoring stores as well as Ark- Mo Power Company, Family Shoe Store, Guard's Jewelry Store, Ross Hughes' Men's Store, The Accessory Shop and The Linen and Curtain hop. All floral arrangements will be by Mrs. R. C. Allen of Allen's Flowers. * Tickets may be obtained from any member of the Auxiliary, Miss Whitsitt's Shop, The Edythe Shoppe and Allen's Flowers. tribe from costumes as they come huge bandbox arranged Malaya Casualty Report KUALA LUMPUR W;—British army units fighting Communist .terrorists in Malaya have lost 318 men killed since the state of emergency was proclaimed on June I, 1948. Another 465 have been wounded. One British soldier Is missing. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Band Mothers meet at high school at g p.m. First Presbyterian Circles meet— Circle One, Mrs. J. C. Walters, Mrs. J. W. Fields co-hostess; Circle Two, Mrs. Rodney Banister, Mrs. W. E. Hodges, co-hostess; Circle Three. Mrs. L. G. Nash, Mrs. Leslie Hooper, co-hostess; Circle Four, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. Hugh Hudson, co- hostess; Ckcle Five, Mrs. Walter Shouse, Lake Street Methodist Circles meet—Circle One, at the church at 1:30 p.m. Circle Two, at the church at 3:30 p.m. First Baptist WMU Circles meet - Circle One, Mrs. W. W. Mitchell; Circle Two, Mrs. E. E,. Hale; Circle Three, Mrs. E. V. McLemore; Circle Four, Mrs- M. C. Outlaw; Clrclo Five, Mrs. Alvin Hardy; Circle Six, Mrs. M. W. Lewis; and Circle Nine, Mrs. James Kelly. * Tuesday Order of Eastern Star meets at Masonic Temple at 7 p.m. honoring Past Worthy Matrons and Past Worthy Patrons. Senior High School PTA meets at the school. Executive Board, 2:30, general meeting, 3 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge, 7:30 p.m. at the club. Wednesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 2:30 meeting at home | of Mrs. Dick Watson, 708 Northeast. Parkway. Country Club dance with Jimmy Dorscy and his orchestra playing. Thusrday Duplicate Bridge League meets at H:tel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Neville Blakemore hostess to Thursday Rook Club. *A' The Cooler home of Mrs. Ivcr Glenn was the setting Wednesday for a party marking the 6th birthday of her grand daughter, Nancy Jo Frazier. Games were played after the gifts | Officers to serve for the Blythe- had been opened. Birthday cake and] ville Lortpe tire Mrs. C. S. Birmlng- ice cream were served during the ham, noblp grand: Mrs. Hubert afternoon and each guest received a, Polsgrove, vice errand; Mrs, I .eland small basket oi assorted candies; Hodge, recording secretnry: Mrs. from his hostess. Jitn Ross, treasurer; and Mrs, Don Mother of the honorce was assist-; Aycock. chaplain. ed in serving by Mrs. Jnmes Glenn j The Rrbcknh Lnrig? Is an auxil- of Blythcvllie nnd Mrs. Royce Eastiiary of the Independent Order of of Cooler. Odd Fellow.';. and [ year's work and business problems will be held, Mrs. Eaton said. At The Hospitals Blythevtlk Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Clyde Davis. Armorel Mrs. Qanctt Abbott, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs sturley Goff. City. Mrs. J. N. Stnnlev. Haytl. William M. Stovn'll. Osccoia. J. E. Shelton. City. Haul Your Cotton In A Cheap Truck , INSTEAD OF A TRAILER! 1946 Dodge Vz-Ton Pickup with ? A / *| a 1-bale cotton rack . ^ImmJ 1948 International Pickup with a fr^flf 1-bale cotton rack, motor just ^ f J% ^ overhauled j Uv $285 1940 Ford good tires , Vi-Ton Pickup with . . buy now and save INTERNATIONAL' HARVESTE 312 South 2nd Phone 6861 Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. nnd 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. 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