The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 22, 1949
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FAGB FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AHK.) COUBIEB NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1949 Bocietu, Aleuti f Phont 4461 Ruth Stewart Is Married To Mr. Lynch At Conway Miss Ruth Stewart, daughter of the Rev. end Mrs. Allen D. Stewart, was married to Hiltqi.ll Lynch of Hot Sprlngs'August 18 Ir Comvay. The bride's father ofllciatert In the ceremony nt the First Methodist Church. Miss Stewart is a Blyiheville visitor, having been the finest of her parents the Rev. Mr. Stewart and Mrs, Stewar t on mi m erous occasions. The Rev. Mr. Stewart was formerly pastor of the First Methodist Church tor three years prior to his moving to Comvay this summer. The ceremony was read bi<</re an open Bible and a communion table laid with white linen cloths and centered with white roses, flanked by white floor baskets of snow-on Ihe-mountaSn. A pros mm of nuptial music was presented by Miss Mildred K. Shields, organist, who accompanied Mrs, Victor Hill, Jr., violinist, who played "I Love Thee," Grieg, and "O Perfect Love," Bannby. The bride who was given in marriage by her brother. George ~"ow- art. wore a street length white embossed organdy dress, shirred blouse with insertions of lace and a flared skirt. She carried a white Bible topped with an arrangement of whit*? rosebuds centered with two red rosebuds and streamers of tuberoses. Miss Martha Stewart, who wns her sister's rnaid of honor and only attendant, wore a dress of pink Im.lar lines to the bride's. She wore matching hat and mitts. Miss Stewart pinned a corsage of pink rosebuds at her shoulder. John Jones of Pine Bluff served as best man, Mrs, Stewart chose for the occasion a lavender silk print. For traveling Mrs. Lynch selected Kitchen Shower Honors Miss Nancy Ann White Miss Nancy Shivlcy And Miss Kathryn Martin complimented Miss Nancy Ann White with a kitchen shower at '.he home of Mrs. W. H. O'Kcefe. 1620 Holly. White will become the bride of Travis Decn Sunday. In games played during the evening by the 25 guests, prizes went to M).«se.i Patty Graham and Lou Nell Overman. 'Miss White WBS presented a corsage of green asters tied with silver ribbon. Colors of green, -silver and white were repeated on the refreshment table. A lace clofh was laid on (he table, lighted by white tapers. Green punch was served and nap- kiiv; bore the in.scription "Ann and Travis" in silver, Miss White was presented a set of dishes by the hostesses. Her mother, M:s. Howell White, was a special guest. Assisting the hoNlp^^s were their mother.*, Mrs. Nick Shivley and Mrs. Sterling Martin, Jr. • • » Drop-in for Miss Royse Attended by Fifty Gucsls Three hostesses Saturday received guests at the home of Mrs. James Terry, 1028 w. Walnut. Saturday In honor of Miss Dorothy Royse, who will be married Wednesday night to Klcharrl T. Mills, Mrs. E. M. Terry ami Mrs. Albert Taylor were the other hostess- s to the fifty guests. A outwork linen cloth covered the- dining table centered by a silver etched crystal bowl holding; ivory gladioli and pink asters. Antique rut glass serving trays and table accessories were used. Pink rosebuds in silver vases decorated the living room with the . porch brightened with arrange- frock of brown polka dot sheer merits of varicolored summer flowers. Each hostess presented Miss Roy- jse with a piece of silver in her with white accessories. She pinned • corsage of white rosebuds at her shoulder. For the past two years'she has been associated with State Teachers College Henderson faculty in pattern. For the dressed eve tit. Royse was frock of white linen the Home Economics department I with cord applique at the neck with and is a graduate of the University • • of Arkansas. Mr. Lynch, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lynch j or Hot Springs, received his Master's degree from the University of Houston and has been teaching Economics and Sociology at Henderson State Teachers College. The couple will be at home in Arkarielphia where Mr. Lynch will continue teaching. Blylheville Cotillion Club Entertains 100 at Dance Six couples entertained the Blytheville Cotillion Club Saturday night with the regular monthly dance. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton, Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. James Roy and Mr. and Mrs, E. M. Terry, Jr. About 100 guests. Including those invited by each of the member couples ns well as the host couples, attended ihe event in the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ringger of Leachville were out-of-town guests. A buffet supper was served aL midnight from a table centered with a bouquet of summer blossoms. Flowers in varied hues were placed about the room. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sanders and Miss Jane Hollipelci spent, the weekend al Bear Creek Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hawjilns and son. Bill, and Mr. putt Mrs. Robert Cuthbcrt and Mrs. Hawkins mother, Mrs. Angle Brown, ol Columbia, Tenn., spent the weekend here as the guests ol Mr. ind Mrs. M. L. Hawkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Waddy spent. Sunday at. Rcelfoot Lake. Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and son, Ronnie, spent. Sunday In Memphis as the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant. Miss Florence Moore arrived Sim- day to spend several days as the Buest of Miss Betty Dodds. Miss Moore, who formerly taught the fourth erode at, Sudbury. will resume this position this Ka Mrs. Ellen King has returned from a six-weeks vacation in Little Rock, Carlisle and lla/.cn. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Johnson and daughter, LaVcrnc. spent, the weekend here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Buck Roush and son. Bill, have returned from a week's vacation in the Owirks. They her home yesterday »y her son, Charles Short »nd Mrs. Short. Mrs. Short had apent :veral days In Blytrusvllle, comlnt especially to attend the marriage of her granddaughter, Miss Mildred Ann Short, to Billy Joe Oean, Friday. Mrs. Joyce RuUedge and daughter, Pauy, of Fort smith spent yesterday In Blylhcville as Ihe guestx of Mrs. Eula RtiUedge. Mrs. Charles Affllck. Jr.. of Sleele Is spending several days In Danville. Va., as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boatwright. Charles Affllcic. jr., of Steele and Ross Hughes attended the golf tournament in Memphis yesterday. MJ-. and Mrs. Gus Etoerdt and daughter Miss Juinita Kb c nil returned Friday from a four weeks vacation. They visited In Milwaukee, Wis., Niagara Stalls, New York City and Washington D.C. In Toronto, Ontario, Mrs. Ebcj'dl attended Die General Grand ChiV>- ter of the Order of the KaMern Star. They returned by way of Knoxvilte and the Smoky Mountains. Pfc. Charles Owens, Jr., returned to camp this morning after having spent 18 days here as the guest of his mother, Mrs. Helen Rca. Promotion of Thomas E. Tinker of Blytheville to sergeant has rx?en announced, Sgt. and Tinker, the former Miss Blossom Graham, are living in Temple, Texas, where he is stantloned al Cnmp Hood with the 82nd Ordinance Heavy Maintenance Company. He was on Recruiting Duly here In Blylhevillc prior to his reenlistinent and assignment to Camp Hood. Dr. unrl Mrs. Alfred Vise have returned from a four-weeks vacation trip to Midi'lc- Tenn, In Nashville they were the guests of Mrs.- Vise's relatives. In Cookesv'lllc they j were the guests of their son. Harry. While in Nashville Rnbbi Vise took TWO SETB OF TWINS IN LESS THAN A YEAR—Mrs. Raynord Hlx, 30. looks at her rapidly growing family in Jasper, Tenn. She holds Robert and RoUerla, born a few days ago—her second set of twins withir 11 months and six days. Eva and Charles, the lirst set, sliow mixed reactions, as their two-year-old brother. James, looks on. "I was expecting it," grinned the 28-year-old father. (AP Wirephoto). WE, THE WOMEN w-cre also the guests of relatives' In Eminence, Mo. ' Mrs. E. A. Craig, wl 1 has been a patient 'or the past week in St. Joseph's Hospital, Memphis, has been returned to her home. Her condition Ls munch improved. Mr. ancl Mrs. Gene E. Bradley have returned home after spending the weekend Jone.sboro. While in Joncsboro Mr. Bradley attended the Reserve Officers School. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner spent the weekend In Newbern. Tenn., as the guest of her sister .and friends. Mrs. E. E. llardin and Miss So- Vine St. Temple and was invited to deliver a Sermon on Principles of Modern Judaism. He wili conduct regular Sabbath services at the Temple Israel this Friday. Mrs. Nolan dren, Melinda Nuckolls and chil- and Nell, of Mem- BY RUTH MILLET1 KEA Stan Writer Run, MllleU Have you asked yuur wife for a date lately? If it's been two months for heaven forbid, mnybe even two years) since you've called her up and said, "How about our going out to dinner and a show tonight—just the two of us," go ahead and ask her for a date tomorrow. And I'll give you, free of charge, a fe\v pointers that will make Ihe evening perfect from any wife's point of view. When you ask her for a date, say phis are spending ten days here | as the guest of her mother. Mrs. ! C. L. McW-tc-rs, Sr., and her broth- or, C. L. McWatcrs, Jr., and family. Dr. Alva Mead and Miss Helen Mead spent t ki " weekend here as the guest of Drs. Carl and Edna Nie.s. Farris McCalla who has been R patient at Memphis Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital for -several Martin Employees Have Fish Fry at Mississippi A levee fish fry at the Mississippi nlver yesterday afternoon entertained employees of Mr. and Mrs, Buford Martin. During the afternoon Mr. Martin look the twenty guests, including the families of the employees, for pleasure rides In his cabin cruiser. Special guests.were Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hill who joined the party for the boat rides. + » • Rice-Stix Employees Have Annual Picnic Ricc-Stix employees wont to Doe- wood Ridge Friday night for their annual picnic. nhio. Meyers .<.penl Sunday in Mem- t] avs has returned home. He is now l jhls - .able to be up. Miss Millie Ann Bradley, accom- ! condition of Mrs. A. M. Butt who pained by her aunt and uncle. Mr. has been a patient for several days at Memphis Methodist Hospital is Roy in a masterful way: "Never mind j fun." hunting around for a baby sitter. I'll line one up and pick her up on wife's point of view as whether or not you give her your undivided attention during the dinner hour. Don't flirt with tiie hat check girl. Don't kid the waitress. Don't worry out loud because your food Is slow in coming. Concentrate, Mister, concentrate—on the girl across the table from you who Is all dre.ssed up, and Just for you. Don't let yourself even once during the evening fret about how early you've got to gel up next morning or what a hard day you've, got ahead. Forget the office. Forget tomorrow. You've got a (lute, you know, a date with a girl you once figured you wanted more than any woman in the world—or at least more than any woman you had a Chinaman's chance of getting. Do exactly as I've outlined and I'll wager that when the evening is j over your wife will say. "I can't remember when I've had so much improved. He]- daughter, Harpr of t. Louis, Is with hr. and Mrs. Ralph McNicl of Piggott, attended the MOAT production, "New Moon" Saturday In Memphis. They were among approximately, 150 persons who attended from Upent Sunday PlgBOlt for the special "Plgsot and | guest of Carl Lay. a patient at Ken- compliment to! nedy General Hospital. Mrs. Lay and and Mrs. Bill Van Memphis Winkle the Helena Ni?h the MOAT star, Greer of Helena. A. W Hays and son. Muskogce. Okla.. arrived Frances | children returned yesterday from [ not nearly ja week's visit In Parkin, Hound I Bill, of' Pond, and Memphis. . ! in their j Mr. and Mrs. o. P. Barber and j home of their my way home." You'd lie surprised how gay and giddy Unit little bit of thoughtfulness will make her feel. If you're ready before she is don't hound her to hurry up. Sit down with the evening paper and let her take her time so that she'll feel glamorous instead of thrown together. When she finally docs appear, let out a low. long whistle. That's much safer Ihan ashing her: "Isn't that a new dress?" Much more flatter- ine,. too. GIVE IIKIt AI.I, YOUR ATTENTION Whether you take her to an expensive restaurant or an hiexpon- i sive one depends on (lie slate of your ( pocket book, of course. But that's ' important from R ' ! Lightning kills about 500 persons annually in the United Stales, but approximately 100 of these deaths occur in the month of August. Hardin Family Gathers For Reunion at Home Ot Sister in Blythevitle From various parts of the nntloi yesterday came 69 members of the family of the late Mr and Mrs J. A. Hardin of Dell to convene at the home r>f a Blytheville sis- tcr. Mrs. Jim Ross, 1700 Walnut. It was the first time In .six years that the entire family had been together. Luncheon was served buffet style to the guests. During the afternoon pictures were made and the remainder "f the day was spent Informally. Eight brothers and two sisters of Mrs. >S' and their various families, plus several guests, attended the -eunion. From out of town name Mrs. J T Smith and family. Altus, Okla.i Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Sanders of Ardmore. Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Smith and family. Waterford, Miss,: Mr. and Mrs. A. J Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Nottley Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Oray. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and family, all of Memphis: Mr. and Mrs. Pur- Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Calvary Young Woman's Assocla- ,ion will meet at Mrs. Roy Head's lome tonight. Tuesday usini-f* Women's Circle Four of the Calvary Baptist Church will licet at Mrs. Larry Byrum's home on Highway 18 at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Kate Bunch will be hostess to Yarbro Home Demonstration Club at her home. Wednesday Mrs Buford Young, president, has ca.lcd i> meeting of the Executive Bonrd .,1 the High School P.-T.A. for 2-3t: pm. at the Women's Club. Miss Kay Laferncy will be hostess to the First Baptist Junior O. A.'s at 2:30 p.m. Miss Dorothy Jo Royse will become the bride of Richard T. Mills tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nabers. Thursiljy Pheboan Sunday Scjiool Class of the First Church will mt;F^^ at T:30 pm. today for a potluty^ Cupper ^nd business meeting at the church Men's Christian Brotherhood of the Lake Street Methodist Church will meet at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Mrs. T. w. Ooforth Is hostess to the Thursday Rook Club. Gosnell Women's Society u£ Christian Service will in^et at nu, :i at the church for a pjtluck luncheon. Mrs. KcUltc l-'urd will entertain the Avalon Bunco Club. mother, Mrs. Anne 1 QQ home i Stevens Hamilton. , A buffet supper was served to the Nebr'^to be cues 75 guests. The evening was spent 5e vcini days Th in informal entertainment Mrs Bertha Sykes. Mrs. Herman Binghain, Mrs. Irene Davis, Mrs. William Brelt and Misses Ruth Ralph and Luclnda Cole were in charge of arrangements. plane Saturday to spend Ihe week-j son. Tom. returned to their end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. j in Lawrence. Kansas yesterday af- [ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minyard had Russell Hays and family. jler having been the guests of Mrs. i as their guests Sunday their bro- Mr. and Mrs. George Samalia j °-' w UlHahunty and other rela-] nnd sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. lives for several days. i Dudley Minyard and uncle ot Green- Don Manners of Carbondale, III..'wood, Miss. Condition of Mrs. Minis the guest of Miss Laura Swain j yard who has been ill for several and her mother. Mis. L. R. Matt- i weeks is uncharged, hews. ! A. T. Hays has been admitted to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cummins j Kennedy General Hospital in' and sons. Clarence and Larry, and \ Memphis. Mrs. Hadlcy Hays is with j Miss Leona Carter and Miss Bobble; him. Jo Hlggin spent yesterday In Mem-1 Ben Lancashire returned jester- ' for his wedding 'to Miss Dorolhv ! 1>l>iS- j from Camp Ncbcgamon on Lake y \ M.- -,,,ri M...- jj m stovall and [ Nebcgamon, Wise, where he was a announce the birth of a daushtci Aug. 19 at Walk Hospital. She has been named Lydia Aim. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mills and John Mills, parents and brothers of Dick I Mills have arrived from Osceola. •st ol Mr. Mills for Royse Wednesday. ' 1 Mr. and At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Arnold Jones. Cooler. Mr.s. C. M. Lewis, City. Palsy Slark. City. Mrs John Wiley. Dell. W. H. Payne. City. Richard Oxtord. City. Ann Louise Kubbard. City. Mrs, J. D. Davis. City. Walls Hoipltal Mrs. Tilrien slavens, City. Bob Rnyburn, City. W. A Sharp, City. O.scar 'l\!rnaue. City. Mr.«. Joe Cahoon and baby, Holland. Mr.s. Callife Glo\er and baby, City. Mrs. Buddy Brown. City. 3am Hams. Munilu. Mrs. C H. Honey, City. Mrs. Marvin Razer and daughter. Sharon, have returned from i Warren where they spent a week as the guests of relative^ Mr. and Mrs C. L. Royse arrived Sunday from Bcrryville to be the guests of their davghlcr | sou, John Robert, Clarence Wayne ; cailVu counselor for ten weeks. Mr.! d Cummins and Harold Wayne Gaines ! Lancashire will .spend the remain-i spent Saturday in Memphis. |der of the summer with his par- Dr. Blythe Allison of Chicago has ved to spend several days as tl g , lcst of llis , ather *. m[ family ' ; ents. Mr. and Mrs. ! and family. E. R. Lancashire, TUDEBAKER 1 New Low Prices On GOOD USED CARS COME BY AND SEE FOR YOURSELF 1JI17 Mercury 5-l'asst'nger Coupe 1912 Ford 5-I'assenger Coupe 111 II Kurd Coupe. 1910 Chevrolet 2-diK>r Sedan ]!);(!) Plymouth 2-door Sedan Good Farm Trucks For Fall 191S Chevrolet I 1 /;-Ton Truck l!Mb' Dodge 1-Ton Pickup liMB Forti 1-Ton Stake 1942 Chevrolet I'/i-Ton Truck 1939 Dodge !/ 2 -Ton Pickup ter Smith ind family, Dell, and Cleoplnis r>mitl< o! Flint. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Ross were assisted in .serving ami entertaining bv Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. W. I,. Borcn and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hardin, all members of the family who live in Blytheville. , IM» raftn* «s«nu *f MONTHLY, FEMALE COMPLAINTS Are you troubled by distress ol (em-ale functional periodic disturbances? Does this make you suffer from pBln. feel 10 nertouj, tired— • t such times? Then DO iry LydJa E. Plnkham'a Vegalable CcmpouDd to relieve tuch symptoms. Pint ham'* h« a grand soothing efTect on one o,' woman's mast Important organs! 1KD1A Sales Co. "Your Friendly Studebakcr Dealer" Railroad & Ash Phone R8H TUDEBAKER" Mr . alld Mra. Claude Bush and Ro >'- c jsons. Allen,IT and Condon 12. have Miss Dorothy Royse. Miss will be married Wednesday to Dick move d here from Clinton. Term. Mllls ' They have leased the A. E. Huntlcy Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Copeland | home 1507 Chickasawba for six have returned from an eight-day' months while the Huntleys are in visit in Flint and Linden. Mich. : Canada. Mr. Bush is vice-president While in viichignn they were the of the canning factory here, cuests of Mrs. Copeland's brother, George Hamilton of New York Edcar Allison and family. i city spent Ihe week-end here as Mr.'. Slclla Short was motored to i the guest of his three sons »t the PS VCIIOI.UG 1ST JOINS FAC- I'l.TV—Dr. Henry w. Saecser will become professor of psychology at the opening of the fall quarter at College of tbe o/.arks in ClarfciMllc. Ark., it has been announced by Di. Wiley Lin mine, president of the college. He now is (in the faculty of the University ol Tulsa in Tulsa, Okla. Boy Scout at 87 i PAR. England —>/?i— Dan Chap- , man believes in the motto. '"Once a boy scout, always a boy scout." Dan claims lo be the oldest scout j in tbe world. He's 87. ! He still leads Par Troop 1 on 10-mile hikes. He founded Ihe troop and bc- ramc Us scoutmaster back in 1908. the year after the scout movement itself NHS started. We Will Be Closed Monday August 22, Through August 28 I. R. JOHNSON CLINIC Wanted: LICENSED BEAUTICIANS AVc crmmit supply Ihe demand for operators. \Ve have a )is( of Arkaitsns and Mississippi shop owners who need help. If you are a Gradtiiilo of a lieatily School and are interested in employment, call EAGLE BEAUTY SCHOOL Phon« 3262 Blythtvillt, Ark. Adults who want (o ream Reauty Culture, enroll Sept, 12 for next class. Low Tuition.. .Interesting Work... fil Approved.... "H» says it wouldn't seem like heaven without GENERAL CONTRACT PURCHASE CORPORATION!" 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