The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 24, 1953
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•' PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Mullins, Society Editor 9 Phone' 4461 Luella Barnes, Bride-Elect,; Is i Complimented ; MiM kuella Barnes was again | complimented, wlien Mfes BilUe Sue <' Burks,-Miss Coleen Wood nnd Miss { Florence Moore entertained last evening at the Dixie Pig, \vilh a miscellaneous shower. Miss Barnes, the daughter o( Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes. Is the brlde- clcct of Tom. A, Little, Jr., whom j ehe will wed Jan. 29 at the First Methodist Church. j A long table, holding gifts, was centered with a large white umbrella, which was suggestive of the theme of the parly. Tallies, and decorations, for the small tnble, at i which the 15 guests were seated, also i were done in whit* with umbrellas. : ..After pie and coffee had been . served, canasta and Ijrldee «'os con] ducted. Miss Polly Stewart won first i place In canasta and Miss Winnie i Virgil won first place and bridge • In the bridge game. | Special guests were .Mrs. Tom A. Little. Br'., mother of Mr. Little, and 1 Mrs. Barnes, mother of the bride- elect. For the. occasion, Miss Barnes wore a dress of black wool and faille touched with red trim. White car- ntlons, a gift of the hostesses, were pfnned at her slioufder. The hostesses also presented her with a' gift In linen. La Finesse Club Bridge Party Hostess to member: of the La- Finesse Club yesterday WRA Mrs. Orady Magee, a former member of the club, who entertained at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. T. I. Seay. Quests included Mrs. Edgar Oslln, and Mrs.-Bill Racier. i The afternoon was spent In play- j ing bridge after a dessert) course. ! had been served. Winners were I Mrs Oslln. high score, Mrs, Everett 1 Peterson, second, ind Mrs. Jack \Yebb, brldso Mrs. E. P Borum Entertains Club Mrs. : E. P. Borum entertained members of the Thursday Contract Club at tliu gieen rooin ot Ihe Country Club when ie\eriil quests played cirds with members. " .-: • ' They included Mrs. Samuel p. Norrls, Mrs W J Pollard, Mrs. j. E. Dicks,Mrs. E. J. Cure and Spencer Alexander. Using red and while, Mrs. Borum carried out a theme of Valentine's day. Her centerpiece .was fcnneu ' By red carnations. Winners of the bridge games, which were conducted during the afternoon, were Mrs. G. G. Cnudill «nd Mrs. Rodney Banister, c I u b first and second, and Mrs. Pollard and Mrs. Norrls, first and second for guesta. Friday Contract Cjub Has Meeting ' Red gladioli and a blooming gardenia were seen In Ihe living room of Mrs. Lloyd Whitlnker yesterday afternoon, when she was hostess to members of the Friday Contract Club. . . Guest* for the afternoon's entertainment were Mrs. Jesse Tnylor - and Mrs. W. D. Hlgglnson. In Ihe contract bridge games Played, Mrs. o.'o. Poetz took top honors, Mrs. George • Pollock, Jr., second, and Mrs. Doyle Henderson won brldgo. Refreshments were served during the afternoon.^ Miss Cynthia Frances Caldwell, daughter '. of Mr. and . Mrs. Howard S. Caldwell uf Hot Springs, became the bride of Jim- rnie Milburn Chaffin of Fort Smith last evcn- mg. Mr. Chaffin is the son of Mr. and M r s. Milburn J- Chaffin, also of Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Holland of this city nre maternal grandparents of the bride. Mrs. Caldwell was before her marriage, Miss Hilda Holland. NAiss Cynthia Caldwell Becomes Bride In a ceremony performed last night In Hot Springs ,at the First Presbyterian Church, Miss Cynthin Frances Oaldwell, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard S. Caldwell of Hot Springs, became Hie bride of Jimmle Milburn Chaflin of Fort Smith. He Is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Milburn J. Chaffln, also of Fort Smith, Miss Caldwell is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mis. V. O Holland of this city,- and has been a frequent visitor here. Mrs. Caldwell Is the former Miss Hilda Holland and lived here until her marriage. Dr. James A. Ovcrholser, pastor, hoard the 7:30 p.m. exchange of vows, which was In the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives. The altar of the sanctuary was banked with greenery with baskets of white gladioli, carnations, and snapdragons standing immediately in front of the background. Flanking the oa.'jkets were stately while cimclelabrix ; holding Churning., white cathedral (npers. Rows of ca'tlie--' rtrnl tnpers nlso burned In the windows of the sanctuary. Miss Molly Sue stnmljer of Little Rock, organist, nnd Mrs. Jack Daniels of Hot Springs, vocnlist, presented it program of nuptinl music Hi eucsls nrrived. Their gowns were pastel shades and wore worn with corsages of yellow glndloll. Miss Beth Rhlddlehoover of Hot Springs served as maid of honor nnd bridesmaids were Miss Lynn Prultt of Ashdown, Ark., ami Mrs Virgil Murray of New Orleans, Ln. The attendants were gowned in Identical strapless floor-length dresses of turquoise with matching stoles, mid flowers tinted to match their dresses. They carried colonial bourtucts of pate yellow gladioli. Father Gives Bride Given In marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length gowri of cloud nylon over slipper satin with lace appliques on the skirt. The strapless moulded bodice of chantilly laco was topped with n Jacket of the same lace, featuring high collars and sleeves extending to points over the hands. Her fingertip veil of Illusion was bordered with clianlllly lace and was fastened to a cloche bonnet trimmed in seed penrls. She carried a single white orchid surrounded with white gladioli. Bill Rose of ' Russellvllle, -Ark., served ns best man. Ushers were Bill Alwell nnd J. C. McLeoil of Fort Smith, Sid Davis of Pre.scott, nnd Michael CiUrtwcll. brother of the bride, of Hot Springs. Mrs. Cnldwcll was dressed for her daughter's marriage in.n gown of milt green laffetn shantung with white sccessorlcs. She pinned an orchid corsngc nl her shoulder. Mrs. Ohaflin wore gray-with blnck nc- (.•cssories. Her coi-sogc was nlso an orchid. A reception was given in the church parlor by the bride's parents, following 1 h c ceremony. Drnucd in white, the bride's tnblc was centered with n cake surrounded by greenery, studded with gnr- (lenins. Guests were received In front of a banked screen of greenery liahtet! by candlelight. Assisting nt the reception were Miss Janice J nines, Miss Joyce Martin, Miss Pat Chambers nmt Miss Ann Rnnktn, nil of Pino Bluff, Miss Wnnda Henslcy of Little Rock, nnd Miss Emma Sue Smith of Hot Springs. Out-of-town guests included oytr; and Mrs. V. O. Holland of Blythe- vllle, innlernal grandparents of (ho bride, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Cnldwcll of Dierks, Ark., pnternal grandparents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. ChalTIn, parents of Ihc groom, Mrs. E. E. Chaflin, grandmother of the groom, all of Fort Smith nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. H. p. \Vhlltlngton, aunt nnd uncle of the bride of Greenville. Miss- For their S'MclIng trip, the bride changed to n navy blue suit with tiny white cord with navy accessories, and tho orchid from her bridnl bouquet. They will be nt home at Arkndel- phln where both nre seniors nt Henderson state Teachers Col!e"c nnd will receive their degrees in June. Mrs. Chnffin wns graduated from Hot Springs High School where she wns a member of the Delta Beta Sigmn nnd nt Henderson is n member of Alpha Sigmn Taxi. SPECIAL MESSAGE! Hear the Rev. Joe L. Bean on the Subject: "Why I Cannot Accept the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible" Sunday Jan. 25,7:30 P.M. The Public is Cordially Invited To Attend This Service CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE SATURDAY, JAN. 24, 1953 Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Abbatt and daughters, Mrs, jimmy Baughmin and son, Mike, and Mrs. Gene Mc- Gulie arc vacationing for several weeks In California. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay were In Memphis yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Owens attended the funeral of her uncle, o. P. Wilson, at Mercer, Tcrni., yesterday They returned home last night. Mrs. Wallace ' Iglehearl of Deli went to Memphis Friday for treatment at the Baptist Hospital. She was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs." Ray Morgan of Manila, who visited friends there. Mrs E. M. Rcgcnolcl was removed from niythcvtllc- Hospital yesterday to her home at Armorcl. She has had flu, Among students nt Arkansas Tech. Russellvllle, who have arrived home for semester holidays are Ftlchard O'Nell Dedman, Warren McClurc, and Oakie Ropp, who are visiting their families. Woman's Club Hears Program, Mrs. 0. G. Redman was the lender of /i program on the "Keys to Research." yesterday for members of Blythevllle Woman's club, when they met at the club for a monthly pro'iram meeting. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. W. H. Wyall, Mrs. Dale Horn Mrs. Victor Slihvell, Mrs. W. A Stlckman, Mrs. j. D. Smith, Mrs. Russell Uiales. Mrs. Redman, Mrs. Jody N.ibers, Mis. Sidney Platt, Mrs. R. L. Wade, Jr.. Mrs. M. S. Yates, Mrs. J. A. Sallba and Mrs. Jess Horner. Others who spoke on research and their subjects were Mrs. Joe Ferguson, "Cancer," Mrs. W. S. Johnston, "Polio," Mrs. H. c. Bush, T"u- berculosls," Mrs. Russell RIales. "Ar- Ilirllls;". nnd Mrs. A. S. Harrison, "Heart." Yesteryear Club ' Has Monthly Meet Mrs. Bessie O'nts was hostess at her home In Stcele yesterday lor a luncheon far members of the Yesteryear Club, which is composed of seven members of lifetime friendship. Mrs. w. A. Stlckman. who Is ill, and Mrs. D. B, Abbott, who is on vajjition were unnblc to attend the monthly affair. MIS. M. Burnette of Cariithersvllle was a guest. Birthday Party oiven in/ > :. ; Dee Waiters,'' Mr, nnd Mrs. Ira Waller's, was three years old yesterday, find was given a ptfrty In honor of the occasion. Ten neighborhood friends 'of the honoreo attended the occasion, which was spent In watching television, mid playing Informal games. Mrs. Walters was assisted In serving ice crnam nnd blrthdnv cake by Mrrthn Ann Foster and Mrs Wavne Dill. Coming Events Sunday Union Brotherhood Services at Temple Israel are to begin at 7:30 p.m. * Monday Members of seven'circles of the First Baptist, church's Women's Missionary Society meet at 2:30 In the homes of members by circle as follows: Circle One with Mrs. Shil- burn Brewer at HOI West Main, Circle Two with Mrs. W. W. Mltche)! at 1320 Chlcasawba; Circle Three with Mrs. J. T. Westbrook at 1101 Hearn. Circle Pour with Mrs. Russell Marr at 000 Holly. Circle Five with Mrs, Worth Holder at 127 East Kentucky. Circle Six with E. n. Woodson at 1515 chickasawba. and Circle Seven with Mrs. E. D. Swan- ncr at 421 East Kentucky. Members of Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of First Rap- tlst Church meet with Miss Pat Mullins at 7:15 p. m. Members of Circle One of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. C. S. Webb at 645 Lilly: Circle Two with nfrs. David McPcake at 504 Cherry. Lake Street Methodist Women's Society of Christian service has weekly meeting. Number Nine Home Demonstration Club has monthly meeting. Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Plil has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Rustic Inn. Duplicate Bridge League meets at the Country Club. Tri-Town Bridge Club Is being entertained by Mrs. Worth Holder. Mrs. Rilcy B. Jones is hostess to members of Tuesday Bridge Club. A semi-monthly meeting of Yar- bio Home Demonstration Club Is to be held. Wednesday Mrs. Lewis Henderson Is hostess [ to members of the GIB Club. Mrs. II. W.Wylle Is having a luncheon nt the Country Club lor Club Ei»ht, Mrs. G. G. Caudill Is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. L. E. Old Is hostesses to members of the Wednesday club. Ueftcnfan Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a. m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Chapter "D 1 ; of PEO Sisterhood has 1 p. m. luncheon at Hotel Noble. Dogwood Home Demonstration Club meets. Thursday Mrs. Chester Caldwell is hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Club T, L. E. club meets with Mrs. William Lambcit. Q. E. O. club meets with Mrs. James Rogers. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham is hostess to members 'of the Mid-Wcek Club. Mrs. Ben Mac White entertains members of La Nueve Club, r Mrs. Robett jG^McH^ney Is^tyut less' to membersLot Kibitzer Club. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Bryoa Morse. Friday Mrs. Russell C. Parr is hostess to members of the Friday Contract I ^ " Osceola News By BETTVE NELLE STAKB Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bowker spent several days In Little Rock this week. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cromer, Mrs. Joe Cromer, and Mrs. Allan Be- graves went to Memphis Thursday. Mrs. J. c. Fowlkes and son, j. c Jr., were Memphis shoppers Thursday. • Mrs. W. W. Bowen and Mrs. Faber White visited In Memphis Friday. The Orceola High School Senior Class will sponsor a chicken pot pie supper Tuesday at the Masonic Hall. Proceeds are to go for their annual senior trip. Union Brotherhood Services to Be Held The Rev. H. L. Robison, pastor of the Methodist church of Luxoro will speak Sunday evening nt Temple Israel at 7:30 p. m. at the Union Brotherhood Service. Methodist Churches from Dell, Manila. Lake street here and Luxora, with Temple Israel are the participating churches, but nil de- moninations have been invited 10 attend. Due to the Illness of the Rev. N. Let Cate, who was scheduled to speak during the service, the Rev Mr. Robison will de-liver the mes- mage and-has chosen ns his subject, "Brotherhood." Club. Saturday .Duplicate Bridge Lc/igue plays at Hotel Noble beginning at 1 p. m. Indispensable For Daytime 8846 10-20 - /It t c . i U Tllythcvlllc Hospital Dismissed; Uirry Caldwell, City Lnddle Whaley, Dell Tom Dana. Dell. \ValIs Hospital Dismissed: Norrls Mullins, City Mrs. E. H. stokes and baby, Os- cco]a. \ SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE 1st & 5ycorner* Jo« L. Beon, Pastor Blyrheville *Mic Af.SO SKRtAL: Son of Gcronimo & Carloon SUNDAY & MONDAY . I'AKAJIOUNT NEWS & SKI.ECTED SHOU1-S RITZ GUESTS Mr- & Mrs. H. E. Urncey Mr. & Mrs. Jimmy Hranscvim Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Westbrook Mr. Mrs. Hiisscll Moslcy Jt Family Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times SAT. Double Kent ure WRIGHT CALIFORNIA CONQUEST with ALFONSO BEOOYA • LISA FERMDAY EUGEME LGLESfAS »Written for the screen by Rot«fl t. Kent * Pcodjced by Sam Kattman Directed by u* landeii ^ —I'LUS— KIU.IR THBILIS1 I mam - WEISSMULLEft <sSi E FORBIDDEN IftND jr* f^a^KM • K-M^IH • IESTO WTT*« ^ rivu Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature t UNIVtRSAHSTERNJTlONAl PICTURE Also Metro News By Sue Burnett • A sparkling dayi/mc dress for your spring wardrobe that suits every occn.5ion to a T. The wicie shaped rovers arc edged In a bright binding and match the p'rcket.triin; belt lisa In a soft bW in front. Pattern No. 8846 is a aew-vite perforated pattern m sEzes 10, 12, H. 16, Education Plan Approved MANILA <JP)— A $4,250.000 edu- catlonul program for 1953 In th« Philippines under the joint sponsorship of the U.S. Mutual Becur-•'• "y Agency and (he Philippinei ,' Council for U. S. Aid has been sp- -. proved by the Council of elate! '•'' It calls for the rehabilitation of ~ vocational agricultural and trade.' schools, home economics courses, : development of basic education, '•• specialized teachers' training and rehabilitation of several colleges; - Power Project For Formosa / ' ' ' 'f TA1PEH, Formosa OT — The westlnghoiisc International Elec- • trie Co. has signed a contract with he Taiwan • Power Co. to Install ' two 20,000-kiIowatt steam genera- -. tors in n thermal-electric plant near the north coast port of Keelumj The project will cost' $5,500.000 ' and is due to be completed within ' ^i yCT i?C. " Wns tne Iar 8 est ™»- • tract with a foreign firm under- •. written m Formosa by the Chinese Nationalists since V-J Day. IB, 20. Size 12, 4 yards of 30-Inch For this pattern, send 30c in • COINS, your name, address size de- ' sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER ' to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Quincy St.; Chicago 6. III. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book 13 cents. One Day Only! MONDAY Any Shoe On Display in West- Window Values up to $13.95 &_ s ON s lli SHOES Good Shoes & Hosier) Tax Included GASH All Sales Final Broken Lots Dress Shoes 5r »ermc Op<n eves, to 9 GET MOST PLIFE New Mati FACTORY TELEVISION CENTER- Stucco 1 blk. Holl/d. A Vine. for office, business * living. Adi. to NBC. CBS ITS month. Mr. DfSure. Hl-4115 BEAUT 2ND FI» OFFICES ON HOLLVD BLVD. 4 IN HUNT NGTON PARK. REAS RENT. TVER. HE-566 1 ; sp5reITl4Si9~v5nT57S >le real csL public s Plenty of pa; nu Safew; ORE— Fum alt Sin Kobertsr, Iv-lSIXB .High I., ad oilei Irer Cy 10 yr. wr ovatfng * ONAI-L- SLEEP •)ALE Frr WOOD (116 So. La delivery a Fri. 1111 9 keep your eye on srnok* or FRACT. 1220 N SES. Unlu Attract Fe the WANT ADS Stand, Che Walnut Dr V«nity. Xtr» Sun- 3000 W) (L Office suite, also 1 rm- 541x40. one 18x30 2 laviiorirs Park's loL GL-33M Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. At! classified advertising payable in advance. LYTHEVTLLE CoURFHR NEWS

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