The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 13, 1953
Page 2
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FAG« TWO Pat Slullins, Society Kditor. lue//a Barnes Is Engaged to Tom Little, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Barnes are today announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Luella Barnes, to Tom Anthony LHtJe, Jr., sou of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anthony LUtlc. Sr. • Upon her graduation from Bly- thevillc High School, the bride-elect attended Arkansas State College imd 'the University of Arkansas, where she was a member of the Zcta'Tau Alpha social sorority. For the past ihree years, Miss Bnines has been a member of (he Blyllie- vlllc public schools faculty. Mr. Little, also ft graduate of Dly- thevUle High School, attended the Oklahoma City University, and served three years in the Ah Force. He Is now engaged in the automobile business with his lather, Jan. 29 is the rtnte chosen by the couple. for their marriage, which will be at 10:30 a.m. at the First Methodist Church. University Dance Glub Entertained Mr. and Mrs. Btll Stovntl. Mr. and Mrs, Everett Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith, Jr.. entertained at Hotel Noble with a dance for members ot the University chin Saturday night. The theme chosen for the dance was "Holidays/' and.scenes from six holidays of the year were seen about the Mirror Room, In which they entertained. Mirrors were Inscribed with "Happy Holldaye." Guests with the 35 couples were Mn and Mrs. Harold Stockton, Mr. arid Mrs. Bob Llpscbnlb, Mr. ami Mrs. Mike Yatcs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Turner, Mr..and Mrs. T. A. Folgor, Miss Ufarinn Mayes and Charles Moore, Mr. alKl Mrs. Merle Osborne, Mr. and Mrfi. Ru?scll Mosley, BUI Stancll, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hawks,' Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs..Bill Racier and John Trimble. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. 'Fred Fhilbrook and baby. City , Mrs, Kyle Jackson, City t Mrs. Gertrude Hunton, Oily Mrs. Kenneth Richardson, City Sally Johnson, City Mrs. S. Smith. City Mrs. John Ixive, City Mrs. Inez Cookscy and baby, City Frances Smith, City Mary Brings, City MARIUKD— Miss June Howard became the bride of Robert EtiKOiifc 1J oli- maii Dec. 20 at Texarkana, Ark., with Uie Rev. \Vnl- lace A. Ely, pastor officiating. JI i s s Howard is the daughter of Mr. and William D. Howard of Rlylhevillc. Couple IsAYed In Texarkana Now making their home In Lepanto are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Engene Holiman, who were married Dec. 26 at 7:30 p.m. by the !iev. Wallace A. Ely, pastor of the First Baptist Church ot Tcxnrkana, Ark,, at his home. Mrs. Holiman was before her marriage Miss Wandn June Howard, daughter of Mi 1 , and Mrs. .William D. Howard of Blylhevlllc.. The groom's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Holiman of Lcpanto. The bride wore for her marriage a pink two-piece Briny Marlin original with brown accessories and n corsage formed from a single white orchid surrounded by slcphrmotls. Following their wedding trip to Mexico and Texas, the couple Is at home In Lnpanto. Mrs, Holiman Is a graduate of Dell High School and attended Central College nnd Arknn::if State College where she was a member ol Alpha Omlcron Phi. Mr. Hollrnsit is n graduate of Lepanto High School and Arkansas State College where he was n member of Sigma Phi. Dixie Pig Scene Of Birthday Party Mrs. R. L. Dedtnan entertained Infit night at the Dixie rig lor her daughter, Donna Dcdninn, who celebrated her ifiLh birthday. "Sweet Sixteen," was the theme carried put in the painted muslcut notes on the mirrors, on ticmdpnlnt- cri .score? pads and in decorations about the pine room. Sixteen guefita \vcie. entertained with nn evening ol bunco, when Putty Scott won high score. Sue Jofoe won traveling prize, ami Ann Seay won low. The ttt'o-tfeml cake was In scribed with "Sweet Sixteen." and was encircled with pink carnations and Tern. Miss Dedman wore a corsage of red rose buds, a gift for her birthday. Dirt cannot embed ItscU In the non-porous surface of a vinyl plastic floor, but It can accumulate on top. nitt Is far easier to remove if this flooring Is kept waxed. Wax also prevents scraichlng of floor. , -.'Presbyterian Circles Meet irf'Homes Members of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday In six circles at the homes of members. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertained members of circle One with a surprise birthday party for the circle chairman, Mrs. Edgar Borum, when 18 members attended. Mrs. H. T. Kidd taught the lesson nnd Mrs. Samuel F. NorrlK gnvc n report on foreign missions. During the social hour, cake and coffee were served from the [lining room table, which was centered with nn arrangement of red roses nnd blue Iris, flunked by silver candelabra. Potnsettlas were used nljout the entertaining room* . A gift wos presented to Mrs. Borum. Members of Circle Two met with Mrs. Jess Horner, chairman, with 11 present, when Mrs. S. E. Tune gave the study, and Mrs. Paul Whitlock gave the foreign mission report. Rjl- lowing the program, a de&sert course was served. Twelve members of Circle Three met with Mrs. J. E. Dicks for n Bible study given by Mrs. O. W. oil- lahunty. Refreshments were served following the meeting. Mrs. James Jlantcy en'tcrtalneci 10 members of Circle Pour, with the Bible study, "How Does Religion Show in Home and Community?" being given by Mrs. Leslie Hooper. Those^pn .proRrnm Were Jkfrs. W. A. Dobyns-. and Mrs. A. S. Harrison. Mrs. "li."O'. Nash gave the foreign mission, report in the absence of Mrs. Joe Beasley. A social hour was conducted following (he program. Members of circle Five met at the home ol Mrs. Buren Bailey wllh Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty and Mrs. U T. Kidd guests with 17 members. Mrs. Curtis Anderson gave the study and Mrs. Roland Rouivsnval gave the report. Mrs. Fred Sandefur presided nt a business session and refreshments were served in the social. Members of Circle Six were entertained by Mrs. Edgar Borum and Mrs. Gcraidine Greene. Ten members nnd five guests attended. Mrs. Doyle Turner gave the studs and i]i the absence of Mrs. Karris McCnUa. Miss Marie Burns gave the foreign mission report. A snlnd plate and coffee were served following the meeting. —— — f Small curtains may be pinned to; drying to a table covered and padded like an Ironing board. By Sue Burnett Always a leafier in the spring fashion parade—the well tailoied classic that's a compliment to every figure. This yoked version can be made with or without the notched collar. Pattern No. 8917 is a scw-ritc perforated pattern In sizes 12, U 16 18. 20; 40. 42. Size,M, collar 4 yards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 376 Qjlncy St., Chicago 6. ill. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new issxie Is filled with ideas lot smart, practical sewing [or a new season; girt pattern printed inside the book. 2Sc. DOUAR-W1SE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOU1 129.95 Adams Appliance Co, Inc. We'll Pay... . . . Yessir! We'll pay for your natural gas pipe installation and let you pay us back on low monthly installments. You select your own pipe Installer to do your job. \\e pay for the complete installation and arrange for you to repay us while you're enjoying (he many advantages of this modern, dependable heating and cooking fuel. us explain our convenient Gas Installation Finance Plan to you today. No obligation, of course. Ark-Mo Power Co. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Jonn 'erkins of Manila is the bride, elect of Ellis Glen Homer, son of Mrs. Edith Honicr and the late Hardy Frank Horner of Manila, it is announced hy her parents, Mr. Mrs. Howard Howard Boyle Perkins of Manila. They will be married Feb. 28 at the Manila M e t h o dis t Church. Mrs. James Hill, Jr., who ww> injured Jan. 2 in an nuto accident icar New Albany, Miss., was returned home Sunday by ambulance. She is now at tier home and her condition Is reported ns Improved. The Rev, Harvey T. Kidd Js in Forrest City for several days attending the East'Arkansas Presby- fery, at (he Grand Memorial Church there. The Rev. Mr. Kidd Is chairman of the stewardship committee. Mrs. Walker Baker will leave tomorrow by plane for Los Angeles, Calif., where she will be met by her brother, J. M. Reynolds of Santa Anna, and will rcmrihj for an' ex- iended visit with him. Mrs. Lucian Galnes and Mrs. S. D. McGee and Vcrnon Boyd went to Memphis today to be with Mrs. Hoyd who Is In Methodist. Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Dob Warien had as their week end gucste Mrs, Waren's sister, Mrs. Maurice w. Smith, Mr. S/nllh, and Ihelr daughter. Becky, of Fort Smith. Coming Events Wednesday Sudbiiry PTA has 3 p.m. meeting preceded by 2:30 p.m. meeting of executive board. Yarbro PTA lias 2:30 p.m. meet- ng after Joint study course there at, ; p.m. Members of the Wednesday Club have luncheon at the Country Club. Mrs. Otto Scrape is hostess to members of Club Eight. Town and Country Club Is being entertained by Mrs. A. B. Reese. Dogwood Home Demonstration Club has semi-monthly meeting. Deltonlnn Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. C. W. Afflick Is hostess for luncheon for members of Chapter •D" of PEO. Thursday Mrs. Russell Rialps is hostess at 7 p.m. to (,'. and N. Birthday Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays sit Hotel Noble. Mrs. J.. A. Leech entertains Thursday Club. Duplicate League Meets, Ends Series 4 Members of the Blythcville Duplicate Bridge League, played a six- table Hoivcll movement Saturday afternoon when they 'held a meeting nt Hotel Noijle, which ended a six-weeks series. Winners of the game conducted In the afternoon were Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins nnd Mrs. Jim Roleson, first place, Mrs. P. \V. Whltner and. Mrs. P. D. Foster, second place, and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. D. CiiRinbllii. third. Winners of the six-weeks scries were Mrs. Roleson, first, Mrs. Whlt- ner, second, Mrs. O. W, McCutch- cn, third, and Mrs. Phllljps, fourth: A masterpoint game will he conducted next Saturday at 1 p.m. Holland Club Holds First Meet of Year !IOU,AX|J — Members of the South Holland Extension Club held Its first meeting of the new yenr with Mrs. Gcrvis Capps Thursday with six members and two gi:est.i Mrs. Eugene Kellems ant! airs. Jimmy Ford attending. Mrs. Hugo Ncal presided over the business session. Following a social hour, It was announced lhat the club will meet Jnn. 32 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Jones. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me £ 39c At All Times TUKS.-WEO.-THUHS. Double Feature W&BNL'. B , TMSTORYOF ' WILL ROGERS j., JANl* .WYMAN — PLUS"— TUESDAY, JAN. 18, 19BS Missouvians Wed AtPiggott,Ark. Mr. and Mrs. ptto Childcrs ol Holland, Mo., are announcing the marriage of Ihelr daughter. Miss Betty Jo Chllders, to Airman Third Class Thurman Cope formerly of Cape Girardeau. Mo., now of Lake Charles. La. The couple was married Dec. 27 f" PiBBott with Jtidje T. A. French officiating. For her wedding, tlie bride chose a navy blue suit and -ed accessories. Th<? couple's only Utendant was fhe mother ol the groom, Mrs. Dan Cope. The bride, a graduate ot Holland High School, Is now employed by the Board of Education there. Also a graduate of Holland High school, the groom .Is stationed at Lake Charles, and Is now spending 45 days In Africa. Mm. Cope will re- nain with her parents until her husband returns, and will Join him in Louisiana. RAYMOND BUR* UMtiBjAriCNAl. nc Also Cartoon Manila Couple's Engagement Is Announced MANILA—Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyle Perkins of Manila, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, AiUla Joan, to Ellis Glen Horner, son of Mrs. Edith Homer of Manila and the Inte Hardy Frank Horner. The bride-elect was graduated from Blythevllle High School and was a member of the Beta Club. She also served as president of the Garden CHib and was secretary of her class during her junior nnd senior years. She is now attending Lindenwood College In St. Charles, Mo., and is a member of the Sextelte Choir. Mr. Horner attended Manila High School, and was graduated from University of Arkansas. Fayettevillc. He served with the Navy during World War II. The wedding will be solemnized Feb. 28 at Manila Methodist Church. A good glass polish is made from the following mixture which can be storeti: 1 cup boiling'water, 'f, cup line soapflakes, 1 Ib. whiting and 1 tablespoon ammonia. HEADACHE! DKIY THE BEST PAIN? ~ li Good Enough fmt I For Your Child! IM.H | • % Midi DOM Put Oranjt Flmr Dwlcr Bride Is Claimed By Blytheville Man Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roberts of Decring. Mo., announce the marriage of their daughter. Mona Faye, to the Rev William Holloway of Blythoi'ille. The Rev. Mr. Holloway is the son of Mrs. Sue Holloway of Blythevllle. The ceremony was performed In Osceola Jan. 5~ at 10 p.m. In the Assembly of God parsonage by the Rev. Joe Wilmoth, pastor of the First Assembly of God church In Osceola. Tlie Rev. nnd Mrs. Holloway are residing' In Braggadocio. Mo., where he is pastor of the Pentecostal Church there. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Sfock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirbv Drug Stores NOTICE Carpenters Local at 209'/i iMain St. will he Open Monday tin-ouch Friday from 8 to a. [f you need to remodel, repair or build Call 3372. First class work bj Union craftsmen, and information you need. After 5 p.m. Call 87.f7. Mrs. Thurman Cope Baptist Women To Conduct Meet The annual mission study institute of Mississippi County Women's Missionary Union will meet, at the Nc-.v Providence Baptist Church, Thursday at 10 a.m. under the .direction of Mrs. J. E. Boweu of Para- gould. district superintendent. Mrs. R. Ji. Jones, Osceola, stato mission study chairman, -anti Mrs Clyde Webb. Blythevllle, Mississippi County young people's director, will assLst. A new series of home mission books will be presented. The inspirational speaker will be Miss Irene Chambers of the Homo Mission Board of Atlanta, Ga. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY GENEKEUY PlERANGEU THE DEVIL MAKES THREE 1 K-G-llI EXCITEMENT! - * —"KiassaaahEa'aa—a» Also Novelty Reel and Cartoon "['etc Hothead" R1TZ GUESTS (l ! KS. Mary Kathrine Nelson and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Rube Elliott Mr. and Mis. Richard Sweat FEINBERG'S OF BLYTHEVILLE JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES Fall and Winter COATS SUITS DRESSES ODDS AND ENDS TABLE SWEATERS BLOUSES SLIPS ROBES GOWNS PURSES FEINBERG'S

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