The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 31, 1949
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, WAY SI, I9« BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FAGK Mew* Amelia Sitliba, Society Editor Phone 4461 s Ann Deen Becomes {Steve H. Brooks ride o Ill a simple but Impressive ceremony solemnized Sunday aflernoon at the Methodist Clmrch on Ciiiuil Street in New Orleans. La., Miss Ann Deen of Memphis and Blytheville, dauRhler of Mrs. George Smith nnd'irie late Cecil Deen of Blylhc- vllle became Ihe bride of Sieve H. Brooks son ol Mrs. Irby Appleton of Blylhevllle and H. S. Brooks of Memphis. The paslor of the church officiated nt the double ring ceremony The bride wore a chart ruese afl- ernoon dress with brown accessories. Her frock was complemented with a brown orchid. Mr. anrt Mrs. O. f. Bruce of New Orleans were the couple's only attendants. Following a wedding trip t( points of interest In Mississippi, tin couple will return to New Orleans where they will make their home a 4120 Canal Street. Mrs Brooks, who is an outsland Ing musician, was graduated froi Blytheville High School where sh was a member of the Beta Club Garden Club, lied Pepper Club an served as accompanisl for Ihe hi: I Glee Club for four years. Sh siffl afio :o was organist at the Melhodis and Presbyterian churches. She wa employed as bookkeeper at the Gayoso Trunk and Bag Store in Memphis before her marriage. Mr. Brooks, also a talented musician, Is a graduate of Blythevillc High School and attended the University of Arkansas. Fayctteville, for two years, where he was a member of the University baud and PI Kappa Alpha fraternity. He spent two years In the Army during World War II with overseas duty. Following his discharge from the Army, he attended the Mabrey School of Foreign Trade in New Orleans and was graduated from there last February. He Is now connected with the George S. Kausler, Limited, of New Orleans Pilch and Bridge Party Held at Community House OSCEOLA, ARK., May 31. One of the largest parties of the current season was held Saturda; afternoon at the Community House Osceola when Mrs. J. H. Love I. Mrs. Mary Clay Hiighey, Mrs T.'K. Hook, Miss Adelle Hook, Mrs W. E. Hunt, Mrs. Charles C. Hal and Mrs. C. E. Sullengcr enter lained 33 tables of pitch and bridg guests. The guest list included thos from Wilson, Luxora, Blythevlll Joiner, Driver and Osceola. During Ihe bridge games prize were won by Mrs. W. L. Waddel" first, Mrs. Guy P. Bryant, secon< Mrs. Mclvill Speck, third and Mr Boyd White, low. First prize in th pitch games was won by Mrs. Bo Cromer with Mrs. H. J. Livenste winning second high and Mrs. C. W. Watson, low. The clubrooms were decorated in a pink and white color scheme. Each table was centered with pink anrt blue hydrangeas and pink roses in a low crystal bowl. Similar arrangements were used throughout the rooms. The hostesses served refresmcnts of a salad course. 1iss Thome Is Bi'ide Of Herbert R. Wilson OSCEOLA. Ark.. May 31.—In oiling of (lowers and candlelight, tiss Elizabeth Virginia Thome, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eugene Thumc of Osceola, became he bride of Herbert R Wilson, sou f Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson of Ri- 011, at the First Baptist Church Saturday nt 2 o'clock in the after- oon. The Rev. Russell J. Clubb officiated before an archway decorated with greenery and white tapers, cen- ered with a basket of white oli and flanked on either side with cathedral tapers burning In wrought .roil candelabra. Preceding the ceremony a gram of nupllal music was presentee by Mrs. GUI Mastin, organist, and Mrs. H. J Couchman, vocalist. The bride who was given in marriage by her father, wore a whtti sharkskin suit, designed wllh a filled coat and full skirt. Her lint wn: of white straw accentuated, will touches of nuvy blue and singl lavender orchid pinned at he shoulder. Miss Shirley Mastin was the mai- of honor and the bride's only attendant. She wore a frock of pink chumbray fashioned with a filled jacket and ballerina length skirt. She wore a wide brimmed picture hat and her corsage was of white gardenias and pink roses. Joe Bob Glover of Rison served best man. The ushers were Bobe Davis Selman and Fred Davis so of Rison. A reception followed the cere- ony at the home of the bride's arents The bridal lable was over- id with a clolh of lace, centered ith the wedding cake topped with miniature bride and groom. As- sting with the serving were Miss [ary Ann Ciu-twright nnd Miss rtartha Tippen. both of Memphis, Mac Morrison of fn Ktl ~ nd Miss Julia Jsccola. Immcdialely after the reception he young couple left for a short edding trip, after which they will eturn to Montlcello where the ridegroom will continue his sturt- ;s at Arkansas A. & M. College here. The bride wore for traveling a ;nit of blue chambray with navy jlue accessories and her bridal orchid at her shoulder. The out-of-town guests who attended Included: Mrs. C. T Addison, Mrs. C. C. Carpenter, Mrs. J. H. Carpenter, Miss Jeanie Sue Cooper and H. P. Taylor of Lake City; Mr. and Mrs James Cnrt- wright and son Vnnce of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson, parents of the groom, of llison; Mr. anc Mrs. R. B. Koenig of Rison and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Grover and daughter, Barbara, of England. Ice Cool Costumes low); also (he cumi with jacket (fight) may double as us Cadet Perry C. Rothrock graduated this morning from Columbia Columbia, and Mrs. 1'enn. His parents, Mr C. Rotherock left yesterday for Columbia lo attend the graduation exercises and were accompanied by Mrs. Rolhrock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Boyd and Perry's cousin, Slan Cooper, all of Carml, 111. They plan to return home tonight and will be accompanied by Perry Mrs. Edna Hargett, who ployed In Memphis, arrived lo spend several days here with friends and Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Seay nrni daughter, Ann and Frank Scay Jr. are sending several days at Lake Norfork. The Rev. and Mrs. Guy D. Magce who for the past three years havi made their home in Carlisle when the Rev. Mr. Mngee was paslor o the Baptist Church, there, arrived ii Manila Sunday where he will pastor of Ihe First Baptist Churc J Receive Diplomas 1 Vacation School Diplomas were uwurdeil lo ulent.s who iilleiuh'd vacation ion! nl MIlllKiin Hlilnc School lust Middle-Age Termed Awkward by One of 'Em Junior High Honor Roll Announced by Principal The list of Blythevllle Junior I Huh School students who were on the honor roll for Ihe second cmc.slcr and (lie last six weeks was iinioiinccd lodny by Omar Stevens, principal. The following grade sliirtcnls were on the semeMer honor roll: Evelyn lowen, Patsy Caldwell, Mnry Kny Crntton, Murjorto Dougherty. Cly- lell Kldrldiio, Annie Louise Hund- Coming Events Social i llcrtha Ann Dallies. Louise Cloff, Joyce Ann Hull, Corrol Ann lloll, Lorim Korner. llctly Johnson, Hiindnl Jnhiuson, Naomi Jones, Slilrley Ixrvrlnny, Miivle Lucius, Harry Linn. Krnncls Hose, Marilyn Shlvely, i'atsy Weaver and Jerry Slrlr-kland. The cltfhtti grade students arc: Norman llrnlehor, Linda Bunch, Churlr.s Colnnun, llnrnld Dnnlcl.s, Marilyn Doiwherly, ICUnuuir Duy. ClllJiirr, Laurn Hornby, How- The Jnycettw will meet »t WiMr Pnrk at 6:30 p.m. for * Town und Country club WO b* entertained at Ihe horn* of Mr*. P. D. rosier. Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch will b* hosles.i lo Ihe Wednoday Club. The WS.M.8, of the Plr»t Chinch of the Nazarene will mett it UM church nt ''. p.m. Thuniay Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe will praent her plnno pupils In • recital in th* high school midllorlum at 7:30 p.m. The Nu Phi Mu Sorority will m*H it the hrnne of Mrs. Tred Child with Mrs, Put Allen u hostew tt 7:M m, Quarterly conference butliMM in and board meeting at UM Methodist Church «t 7:SO pjn. Mrs. Lynn Brown will be hoitau nnl IllKKlmon, Carllenn .Ccnloy. 'o the Rouble Four Club. John l.ugulns. Sandra I-ong, Shirt- Blylhevllle Rook Club will m«*t oy Lovelucu. Dunnlo Noll McCor-1 "* l 'io home of Mrs. R. A. Cop«- nilck. Jo Atloj McClmv, Johnnie lll "< 1 - O'liilen, Aim Perry. Huddle Phillips, . Mm- RiilelRh Sylvester will b« Kay Smith, Kimulcl hosless lo the Thursday Night Club. Shirley Wiulo. Mary Sue Wnlkln.s, Mrs - Neville Blakemore will *n- Jinuc's Weldinau. Ihuold Wright '"lulu I'm Thursday Rook Club. Hciird wyllis nnd Stanley Zcllm-r. '!''"; Avnlon Bunco Club will b* there. Mrs. Siegbert Jlcdel was dismissc yesterday from Ihe Bapllst Hosplta in Memphis where she undcrwer an operation and Is now at her horn at 1003 West Ash. Her condition improved. Mr. Jledel has been wit her. Lieutenant and Mrs. Billy Morga arrived Saturday night by plai from Sumler, S. C.. to spend weekend with his parents, Mr. an Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan. son, Whitney Morgan Jr. arrive from Tulane University in New O leans, La,, to spend his summer vacation here with his parents. Miss Alfreda Stovall, student at '_' ' ' age. iicf.s I'm Just. *•• lilc nwkwnrd 1 recently hfiiird a woman Guests Couldn't Spot Spotted Bride —She Developed Chickenpox Central College, North Little Rock, arrived home to spend the summer lolldays with her parents Mr. anrt Mrs. Bob stovall. They have as their louseguest, Edward Bratton, who s also a student at Central College. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hnwks left .his morning for Hardy, where they will spend three months. Mr. Hawks will be manager of Reo Vista there. Mr. and Mrs. James Bruton and son of Poplar Bluff, Mo., and formerly of Blythevllle were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pau Pryor and daughter, Mclba. Robert Medaris of Memphis, who is the nephew of Mrs. B. F. Loflin Mrs. Elva Poe and Carl Paul, all of Blytheville has been selected to sing in the Moat this summer. His mother is the former Miss Effie Paul of Blythevillc. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Weaver »tid daughter, Terry of Torrance, Calif., spent tiie weekend here ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Covlngton and family. S-Sgt. Frank A. Moore, engineer on a C47, came by plane Friday to spend the weekend here with Ills mother, Mrs. Lee Moore and sister. icarer 4fl than 30 remark. "I'm loo old to be a young woman unrt loo young to want to give In to being midrtle-ngcri." She's right. There Ls an "awkward age" for w-omen. It is when they arc beginning to realize they have left youth behind and that they are approaching 1 middle-age. li/s an awkward time for a number oi reasons. They suddenly realize that one type o( clothas nnd hair styles is too young for them nnd that what Is offered the "mature woman" makes them feel U>o old. So It's at this time that they say discontentedly. 'If I could only figure out a< new way to wear my hair." nnd drive snlesw-pnien craz> by objecting to everything they try by George F. DcVlmiy ot Montrose Colo., also .1 student at Castle Hei ghts. who will attend the wecldin here Friday of Miss Joyce Walls daughter or Mr. nnd Mrs. E. V Walls 1201 Holly, to A. A. Fredrick son, his cousin. They were motore Methodist Women Hold Meeting at Yarbro An instructional course was held last night at the Yarbro Methodist Church conducted by the caravan on the advance program of the Women's Society oi Christian Service. The instructors were Miss Mary Hubler. Miss Mamie Adams, Mrs t ed Stcadman and Mrs. Mavis ttlemire. Those from the First Methodist Church In Blythevillc who atlcndcd were Mrs. A C Cunningham, Mrs L. E. Old. Mrs. w. J. Pollard. Mrs J. C. Drokc. Mrs. H. N. Whilis and Mrs. W. L. Horncr. "5 A MT^ \ DATiti lilumtl, ivtl a. ^*t^ .tluulb anu ol.->ll;i, null, Ilia ^.vju.nii. *'".j .>...«., <.,.,u~..- SANTA BARBARA. Calif., May | Mrs. Andrew Conlcy. They visited here by David Moore's mother. Mr; ~iL ,7 hundred guests w j th , another sister yesterday. Mrs. N. M 'Moore, and his brother. Jnn lUldn t spot the bride at the fash- Joe Reeves and Mr. Reeves In Mar- lor Moore. onable reception but she was spot- .ed—with chickenpox. Today, some three days after the vedding. it was disclosed that soc- alite Slyvie Bryce went through HCi ston, Mo. He returned yesterday to Colorado Springs-, Colo., where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Scay and son, Bubby, went to Houston, Tex., by the disease. Se was married Saturday at the ranch astate of her parents lo E. Clifford Potter, II. of New York and Tucson, Ariz. She canie down with chickenpox the day of her wedding. Her doctor allowed her to go through with the wedding but barred her from the reception. Her husband, son pf Mr and Mrs. Dickson Bayard Potter of New York. is immune to the disease. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cooper Brycc and a great-granddaughter of Peter Cooper, pioneer New York Merchant-philanthropist. .he private ceremony suffering from | plane over the weekend tu attend the graduation of his cousin, Herbert Harold Miller, who returned with them to Blytbeville to spend his vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore and daughter, Sandra, motored to Houston, and were accom- anied home by Mrs. Scay and son, with Mr. Seay and Herbert Miller returning by plane. Marvin Lane was admitted to Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis yesterday where he will undergo treatment. Mrs. Lane motored him there. David A. Moore, student at Castle Heights Military Academy. Lebanon, Tenn., returned home yesterday At The Hnsnilais lilythrvillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. I. Jones, Cooler, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles T. Krame of Little Rock were the wcckcn Ruests of Mr. and Mrs. George Lc W. E. Gillespie is now at his lion on Davis Street, aftr having bed nt the home of his daughter, Mr Vernon Thomafson, 309 West D:ivl following his dismissal from Walls Hospital, where he underwent treatment. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudscn left for Jacksonville. 111., to accompany their daughter. Miss Muriel Knnd- sen. who is a student nt MacMurray Colicge. und will spend her slimmer vacation here. Mr.s. H. H. Houchlns is In Memphis with her mother, Mrs. F. n. Underwood, who is undergoing treatment at Campbell's Clinic there. Sally McCulchen left for SI. Louis. Mo. where she will leave by plane i: "It's too young," or "It looks i matronly." The-lr social' life niny be jnsl at. iisiill.sfaclory. They mi'v try hari > be young and nay at lurlles, onlj o discover they don't curry It of w well. On the other hand, they'n ot yet ready to accept without i niggle the fact that they are set cd, midrile-ngcd women ami mlgh s well start acting like It. Pattern of Living Chandra The age mny be awkward as f is their pattern.o( living goes, Ux They no longer belong to th 'oung man-led crowd who call b gay about living on a shoestrln nd big plans lor the future. 'I'll' nre at the age when they begin 'want thintvs nice"—and yet thi may not Ix: able to live the wa they feel they should. It's at this time, too, that a w man face.* (he problem o[ finrili some satisfying outside Intei'e.s Ker children are probably nil school age and .she knows she nee some outside activity. But Just wh shall It he? So don't feel you arc alone If y are fadiiR these problems now. Jl conclude that you arc at the "aw ward age" and realize that yol work your way out of it. Alter i you _ came through adolescence young womanhood. And you \ come through the awkward age n contented middle-age, too. ck at the closing exercises. Mr.s Lind Mrs. Uosallc Duclos ei'c sponsors Those who received diplomas ere Morel llcckeU, Tliclinu Brown. iv.nljelh llrcnvn, Maytnc anil Kr- MeCormlck, Tommy Yarbro. Vllimi Wlllltitns, William Molt. Beckett, • Lewis 0 1 1 1 e, Wiley. Clifford Weaks, c r y 1 ohiiuy o a n rile. W o « d w a r cl Will lam Mary Ann llrcnvn, The six weeks honor roll was inaili! by the following Hindi-ills: Dorothy Ijnigloy, Illlly Nelson. Jimmy Ni'li'i), Killllila Winnie Uoodsnu, llenny Hays, l.yn- vvooil llcnon und Kddlc Joo Whittle. Regular Meeting h Held By Calvary Baptist G.A.'s The World Missionary Cllrls Anx Illnry of the Culviiry llnptlst Church mot last night nl tlui home of Dorothy Lee Llolltson for lliclr rcgiilin- progruni, Tiic meeting was opened wllh pruyer by llarbarn Prullt, after which the prcsldinU. Dorothy Rol- UMIII presided over a brief business 1 session. Tile ilovollonnl win Riven by Mia. Vernon Hoyd. Jo Ann Tedlock wn.s in charge of Ihe proRrnin and chose as her topli:. "Palnlknir A Picture." Others Inking part on Ihe proiuiun were llonnte OlDvcr, Dorolhy Rnlllson. Hilly Shanks nnd Illlly Orahnin. Thul meeting wns i*lii.scd wllh sentence I pruyer and refre.shmenls were I entertained at the home of Mrs. Norman Speck. Krlday The Oorcns Sunday School Cla&i of the First Baptist Church win meet nt the church at 2:30 p.m. for n business nnd soclnl meeting, Hoe- icsscs will Iw Mrs. J. V. Wallace nd Mrs, Pearl Hires. Mrs O. O. Elkhu will be hotteee to Hie C.B.O.,Clulj. Mrs. Rnsne!l C. Far will enter- lain the Friday Contract Club. • • • Civic Calendar Wrdnnday Klwanls Club, Hotel Noble—13:10 p.m. Vcaks, Peggy and Roxlo narkcr, cgsiy Beckett. Jestta Ph'tle, Deloro.i, lulls, Addle Lee Williams, Palrlc- a Inuiam, May K-sler Darker, Flosie Mao I'll tic and Barbara OUle. Rotary Club, Hotel Nobto—12:1* Salesman's Wife Gets Order fiprveil by I! 10 IJti-sLcs-s iisslnlcd by j j her mother, Mia. I/. O. HoULson. Tin-re nre nbonl 600 vol whicli huve t'luplcd !» lil.storlc 1 tliue.^ Bold Deer Turns Tables Chases Farmer's Dog ELl^STNOEK, Mo., Mny 31—(/]'»— A brnvc deer—one that chn.scs doK-i —hns been seen twice by Mrs. Kvc- ]yn Wntrous, wife of n carter County farmer, .she ;>nld totlny. She hciird a commotion In the yard nt her home Saturday and, she snw the deer chasing her dog. The dog drawled under a fence and the deer was about to Jump the fence lo follow when It saw Mrs. Wotroiis and her two children. It then fled. Soon afterward the dog started barking again and Mrs. Wntroiis afternoon following closing exercises i for Omaha. Neb., to visit wilh her I said the deer was standing nenrby of the school. He was accompanied I mother. Mrs. Stan Barton. I watching her home. LADIES Something Nice Is Going to Happen for You! • \Viilfh Thursday's I'uper • House of Charm Deal and Whisenhunt "When my husband returned frcva visiting his sister," write* Mrv T. K. Ilinchey, 1415 H. Marquettc Rd, Chicago, "he practically ordered me lo w;ish \m shirts in Nev Peck. And am 1 glad j E'crk gets ail oaf white shirls posilively- snowy and the children's colored clotha look brifht ns new again. Jti»t a little Perk doc* «> much work, it really mm* nw money 1" Mrs. Hinchey'i confirms what 1218 washing l»i>tf<l: I'crk wasltffl clothet derfnlly while — saves oiu-//»rd ax\\>. rut I'crk to work yourwlf. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 I.ISTKN TO KLCN »:(W a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:M p Tuesday and Wednesday OAMNT KAYE, Reopening Wednesday, June 1st with a Complete New KITCHEN try our Finer, Tastier Foods GOFF HOTEL Coffee Shop Direct- from Czechoslovakia Reduced For Special Sale 40 TiJSS\ 79 S XEW : TWO-IN-ONE" III'STKK BringftYou 2 Full-Sized Lipsticks in one smart case To add a gracious touch to your home you can choose nothing finer than an exquisite imported crystal chandelier. . .at almost one-half the regular price. Both modern and colonial fixtures styled by (iilkraft, Halcolite, Lightolier. See them tomorrow. Charley's Electric Shop co-o. IT Tf CKNKOLOR Selected Short Subject for only Boi Uftice Opera «:4» Show SUrti 7:N Opens Sunday 1:M; Start* 1:11 Oiilinimm Shows Sat * 8«B. Bargain Night Every NI<M Kxcept Saturday N'o passes honored on Svafej ft Rosy Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday 112 South Sth MIOM 299* , Tliink n( il! Von get 2 {ulUized Tnssy | I.i|islicks in a beautiful burnished metal case. i All for llie price of a single lipslickl You B cl two ol the famous fussy shades-ln that flallering Tussy tcxmrc. All lliis licauly in a smart-looking gilded c.isc makes « bandsiime purse accessory. You'll want one lor yourself and several more for gifts. \ 7ii.i.»y'« "Tn-fi-in-Oric" Lipstick* ' in gltimorout color combinations! • Gairlen Parly-Midnight for fair complexion • Omlrali.iriil-Midniglil for medium complexion • Ha«plierry-Funmaker for dark complexion • 1'unrn.iker-Merry Red '«r medium complexion • Garden IViily-Cliarraeiosc for fair complexion WOODS DRUG STORE 205 West Main Phon« 4451

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