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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 22, 1949
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS New* Amelia Salibm, Society Editor Phont 4461 Miss Richardson Weds Beonda Levell Gaulden LUXORA, Ark., June 21—In an impressive ceremony of social significance, solemnized Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the First Baptist Church, Miss Patsy Ann Richardson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Murry Leon Richardson, became the bride of Beoiida Lcvell Gaulcien of Qsceola, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Caulden, of Rector, Arkansas. The church was decorated with floor baskets of white gladioli and floor candelabra with \vliitc tapers, Tiie Rev. A. B. Hill, pastor, performed the double ring ceremony. Music was presented by Miss Evelyn Mills, organist, and Miss Wade McHenry, who sang "Through the Years". "eKcause", and "The Lord's Prayer". -The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin weeding go\vn with net yolk and a full-gathered net skirt, ending In a long train. A finger tip veil of illusion fell from a dutch bonnet affect cap with orange blossoms. Her bouquet was miniature gardenias centered with a purple throated orchid. Her only ornament was a single strand of pearls. Miss Eloise Richardson, sister of the bride, and rnnid of honor, \vnrft a pink dotted Swiss dress with off the shoulder effect, and full gathered skirt. She carried daisies tied with pink tulle. Mrs. John B. Harrison of Bljthevillc, and Mrs. Vin- fion Lyons of Memphis, bridesmaids, wore dresses, identical to that of the maid of honor, in green and yellow, and flowers with matching tulle Pat Patrick, of Jonesboro, served as best man. Usher groomsmen were Vinson Lyons of Memphis, and John B. Harrison of Blythevllle. The bride's mother wore a brown and white polka dot dress with white accessories, and a white carnation corsage. The groom's mother wore navy blue with navy accessories, and a white carnation corsage. - A reception was held following the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. The house was decorated with vases of white gladioli, and pink and blue garden flowers. The dinning room table was covered with a French lace cloth. The bride's cake was bordered by white gladioli and green fern. Miss Jean Owen of Lunora, was In charge of the bride's book. ; After a short wedding trip, the couple wUl be at'home in Osceoln. Some primitive mammals neither shiver nor perspire and lack adequate Internal, temperature control. T-SHIRT JJTYLE Mrs. Robinson Hostess To La Petite Club, Guests La Petite Club was entertained yesterday together with two tables of guests at the Blythevllle Country Club when Mrs. Phillips Robinson was hostess. During the afternoon games, Mrs. Jean Atkinson received high score and Mrs. Arthur Vance, second high for the club members. Guest high was won by Mrs. Uoyd Stlckmon with Mrs. Marvin Robinson receiving second high and Mrs. Bernard Gooch, bridge. The tables were arranged-on the porch of the club, which was decorated with arrangements of lilies, daisies and hydrangeau* in various crystal and China vases. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course during the af- '.ernoon, • • • Mi's. Par I low Entertains Club Eight and Guests Mrs. H. O. Partlow was hostess yesterday when she entertained the members of Club Eight and three guests at her home at 300 East Kentucky. Guests were Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., and her houseguest, Mrs. F. D. Dawson of Washington, and Mrs. Max Ursey. The entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with roses and gladioli in crystal vases. Mrs. R. C. Allen received high score in the afternoon games with Mrs. G. O. Poelz receiving second high and Mrs. McWaters, guest liigh. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Mrs. Harrington Hostess To L. E. W. Club, Guests Mrs. Randall Hawks and Mrs. Forrest Moore were guests yesterday with members of the L. E. W. Club when they were entertained at the home or Mrs. Glenn Harrington. During the bunco games, htgh score was won by Mrs. Alvls Harris with Mrs- Roland Warrlngton winning bunco and Mrs. J. J. Hargett, low score. The home was decorated with attractive arrangements of summer flowers'. After tUe games, the ho'stess .served refreshments of * salad course. • * * Royal Service Program Held by Baptist B.W.C. The Calvary Baptist Business Women's 'Circle Four met lust night at the home of Mrs. J. W. widner for a Royal Service Program. There were 11 members, one new member, Mrs. Bradley Pnlllipg and three visitors, • MraV CtlvIrr.Barnett, Mrs. Harold Wright and Mrs. Thelma Cheatham present. Mrs. J. W. Widner. chairman, presided at the meeting which was opened with prayer by Mrs. Mark Anderson.- -Mrs. Bill Shanks, program chairman, chose as the topic. "Christ the Answer to Questioning Youths." Others participating, on the program were Mrs. Charles Upford. Mrs. Widner. Mrs. Andets son. Mrs. Marie Matter, Mrs. R. U Coteman and Mrs. Raymond Belknap. The group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Lucian Gaines, after which refreshments were served by tlie hostess. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove was hos- ess to a. W. C. Three when they mcl at her home, 134 East Vine. There were seven members pre- icnt. Mrs. Lee Powell conducted the meeting. Opening prayer was of- "ercci by Mrs. O. VV. Davis, after which Mrs. Polsgrove was elected is program chairman to succeed Mrs. Beulah Lloyd. Those taking Mrt on the program were Mrs. Hermnu Mays. Mrs. Lloyd. Mrs. P. H. Jcrnigan and Mrs. Lee Powell. Dismissal prayer was offered by Mrs. Jcrnigan and the hostess served refreshments during the social io\lr. At The Hosmta'is RIytheville Hospital John Henry Flcmon. cUv. Ha Dora West. cits'. Mrs. Billy woolen, city. Mrs. W. E. Rhoads niid babv city. Mrs, George Ayers. Stecle. Mo. Camp Delegates Return From Music In Du Quoin, til. The three delegates selected by the Blytheville Woman's Club to attend ihe Egyptian Music Camp held in Du Quoin. III., returned to Blytheville Monday, with the hopeful look in their eyes of returning to the camp next summer. The three from here to attend were Miss Mary Jo Eaton, Harry Frttzius, Jr., and Miss Jo Anne Trieschman, Miss Peggy Chllds and Miss Billy Gaines Mann of Osceola also attended. This is the first year that a group from Arkansas has attended the camp, \vlitch has been in progress for eight years. They were taken on n persona] tour of the grounds and various estates. They attended classes In theory, conducting, choral work and harmony, with Miss Eaton also taking private lessons In voice. Entertainment during the evenings consisted of talent shows, stunt night atari dancing, with a formal dance being held on Friday night. The activities, including the devotional and recreational period, were planned under the direction of trained Instructors, Hnrry Pritzius, Jr., was a member in the boys quartette and was also the only tenor soloist in the chorus. He was selected by Robert Davis, choral director of choral music at the American Conservatory of Music In Chicago. Other guest conductors included, Allan Bone, who taught the class of band conducting, and is director of the Instrumental department at Duke University. Durham, N C. and Gilbert Waller, director of music at the University of Illinois, was conductor of the 50 piece string orchestra. A concert presented on Saturday night, was divided into three parts: a girls chorus, a choir of 125 voices, and the entire chorus of the group. This was the final night at camp. They were motored there by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pritzius. Sr.. and accompanied home bv Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trieschman. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Slitt at the hotel In Carbondale Sunday. Delegates of Girls State Meet with Auxiliary The American Legion Auxiliary met last night at the Hut for their regular meeting with girls who attended Girls State as special guests. Other guests were Mrs. Coady Eaton and Mrt. J. ^. Hipp. The girl? who attended were Nancy Shivley, Patsy Hajmes, Max- Ine Hipp, Nancy Hamilton, Mary Jo Eaton and Carolyn TJntzenich. During the business session, presided over by the president, Mrs. Brvant T. Stewart, a nominating committee was appointed with Mrs. M. A. Middleton selected as chairman. Others to serve with her are Mrs. Thelma Lane »nd Mrs. Essie Scruggs. A discussion was held in .regard to the convention to be held in Port Smith next month. Mrs. Louis Zeller. secretary, reported that reservations had been made for the six delegates from here who will attend the convention. During the program, each girl told of her trip and experiences at Girls State. They were also complimented with tickets to the presidents ball while there. Following tile rejwrts. Miss Eaton presented a solo entitled "One Kiss." A social hour was held, and refreshments served. Bits of News Mrs. W. A. Alfllck was dismissed from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis yesterday where she underwent an operation recently. Her condition is improved, she Is now at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Mr. Afllick and Mrs. Tucker went to Memphis yesterday to tnotor her home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner and sons, Stanley and Marvin lelt today for St. Louis. Mo., where Mr. Zellner will attend to business and Mrs. Zellner and son will remain for a visit with relatives. They will be the guest of her sister. Mi's. Leon Berger and Mr. Berger and her mcther, Mrs. Freda Pctrovsky. Mrs. Harry Weedman and Miss Nancy Partlow are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Grady Magee was admitted to the Baptist Hospital in Memphis Monday where she will undergo treatment. Mrs. Magec had been ill at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay, 1500 Chlcka- sawba, for .several weeks. Her condition remains the same. Mrs. Seay and daughters ,Ann and Mrs. Randall Hawks, who returned from Hardy where she was to spend the summer montlis, went to Memphis this morning to be with her. Mrs. Tom Thomas of Cambria. Wise., arrived to be the guest of her mother. Mrs. Mike Moran for several weeks. Ben P. Butler III returned to his home in Osceola after having spent the weekend here with ills grandmother. Mrs.- Carl Green. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Butler Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Butler Sr. spent the weekend in St. Louis where they attended the ball- 'games. Mrs. F. n. Dawson of Washington is the guest of her cousins, ;\frs. G. O. Poet?, and Mrs. C. L McWaters Jr. and families. She \vns accompanied here by Miss Virginia Nunn, also of Washington, who will be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Dr. and Mrs. C. R, Branson and daughter, Lynn returned to their home in Denver City,-Tex., after having been the guest of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Uzzell S. Branson Sr. Dr. Branson will be in charge of the Yokum County Hospital there. Mr. and'Mrs. M. B. Moore and children, M. B, Jr and Barbara returned to their home in Colma, Calif., alter having spent a few days here with Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Gracy and other relatives. They were accom- Paiieid home by Mrs. Hollis Moody and children, David and Sara Lou, who will be their guest. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barham Have as their guest. Mrs. Barham's sister-in-law, Mrs. Sally Counts of Pasadena, Calif. Mrs. Counts will remain here until the latter part of the week and will -go to Farmington, Mo., to visit with her daughter before returning to Pasadena WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 194» moisture from the surface of the tree, not (rom the tre« ItstU. * WE, THE WOMEN * K) Kuth .Vlllltu NKA Stair Writ* At a Loss for'SmallTalk? Few Listening, Anyway Coming Events Social Calendar ThunUl? The Phebean Sundy School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at Walker Park at «:3fl for a welner roast. The 20th Century Club will be entertained it a dance at the Lesion iut .at 8:30 i>jn. Hosts and hoc teases are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale Dr. and Mrs. P. E. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Vrska, Dr. and Mrx Newel Jerome and Mr. and Mi*, 'oleman Steven*. Mrs. C. G. Bittner will entertain the Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs Russell Wert will be hostess to the Blytheville Rook Club The Avalon Bunco Club will meet at the home of Mrs Bill Gilbow. Mrs. Leon Scherer will be hostess to the Thursday Rook Club. The Gosnell V/S.CS. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs R. L. Maxwell as' hostess. Friday Mrs. C. S. Dowdy will entertain he C. B. C. Club at her home. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:15 p.m. - Here's a letter from a woman who confesses that she is utterly miserable at any large party or with any group of slight acquaintances simply because she doesn't know to make "small talk." Shu envies the woman who cnn walk into a room and start chattering gaily and she wants to know if (hat Is an accomplishment that can be learned. Of course it is. The first thing to remember in making small talk is that "small" means unimportant. What you talk about doesn't make a bit of difference. Nobody will really be listening to It anyway. In a group where small talk has to be made to keep everyone (rom standing around feeling awkward, everybody has his own worries. One woman is wondering if her hat is on stnight. Another spies R familiar face across the room and is trying desperately to tie it up to a name. Another is trying to think up something bright and amusing to say. So the woman who opens her mouth and starts talking doesn't need to worry that what she is saying Isn't b- :1 liailt or even amus- \VII.I, EARN GRATITUDE OF OTHERS Those who are listening will be grateful to her just for talking and .by doing so making them feel part of a gay little group, instead of tongue-tied strangers. And that, after all, is the whole purpose of small talk. It is to keep grownups who don't know each other well from feeling like embarrassed strangers. Keep that In mind and making small talk is fairly easy and simple. Lots of people scorn small talk. Hut at a large gathering you can usually find them gravitating toward tiie person who makes small talk easily. For even those who scorn small talk usually feel utterly miserable when they find themselves in * crowd—unless there Is someone around who will make small talk for them. ing. She's breaking that deadly lence—and at such a time that is all that is necessary. Methodist WSCS Meets" At D. L. Sheppard Home The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Dell Methodist Church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. b. L. Sheppard with Mrs. Lamarr Welborn as co- Mrs. O. P. Barber and son. Tommy j hostess. Mrs. C- A. Smith and Mrs. returned to their home in Lawrence, John Stevens. Sr., were guests at Kas., after having spent the pnsU tllc meeting, two weeks here with her mother. T1 >e devotional was given Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty and oilier relatives. „ by Mrs. Mavis Settlemire, who was assisted by Mrs. Welborn. Following a short Susie and John Taylor are visit- ! business session. Mrs. R. A. Green- . . | vva - v taiiRht the study ; 'he hook, "China course from Twilight or ing their aunt, Mrs. C. C. Lcc in Dyersburg, Tenn. ' Miss Ruth Rorie, child welfare Dawn." consultant from Jonesboro, Is in! A sandwich plate with iced drinks Blytheville today working with Mrs. j W!ls served by the hostess. George Favuti, County child welfare worker. Texas Town Has Eight More Cases of Polio Dutch to Start Leaving Capital of Indonesia BATAV1A, Jav-3, June 22 <ff>>— A Netherlands official announced to, day the Dutch will begin pulling out SAN ANGELO, Texas. June 22 • of the Indonesian Republiciaii capl- W—Eight more polio patients were i tal at Jogjakarta June 24. His an- in San Angelo hospitals today. Tex- j nouncement came as unofficial .Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:DO a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3(1 p. Last Time Today You Gotta Stay Happy with Joan Fontaine and James Stewart Luxora News Mrs.' R. T. Ballow and Mrs. A. B. Hill left Thursday for vacations In California, Mrs. Bailow will visit her daughter, Mrs. Roy Lake, in Van Nuys, and Mrs. Htil will visit her, Mrs. L. V. Wilcox, In Tin-lock. En route stops are to Include Los Angeles and Riverside. Members of Ihe local Boy Scouts leaving Monday for the annual encampment at Hardy included Harold mil, John Poteet, Billy Thweatt, Joe Bob Gentry, Billy Ray Tucker W. E. Head, Jr., Peanut Hol- lingcr, and Marvin McRae. W. E. Head. Jr., senior patrol leader, Is in charge of the Luxora delegation. Mr and Mrs. A. Llverant visited their daughter, Mrs. Theodore Lending, and Mr. Lending, In St. Louis last week. Highlights of their visit included participation in the grand opening of the Lending's new theatre in Troy, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wilson, of Bobo, Miss., were the weekend guesis of Mrs. Allie Spann. Just Returned From Market? | Happy to Announce that I have acquired Many New Lines ia Infants and Children* Wear — You'll Recognize Tke**| Famous Names. 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Van Royen, chairman of Miss Priest Is Hostess To Calvary Baptist YWA, for tile week ending June 18 .. 5ai(i I State Health Officer Dr. George | the Netherlands" delegation "nego- The Young Women's Auxiliary of . W. Cox. "That's too many. There j tinting with the Republicans, told the Calvary Baptist Church met were, only 97 the week before." I the United Nations Commission for Monday a t the home of Miss Alice At San Angelo. five persons ivc-rc . Indonesian IUNCII the Republican Priest with 15 members and two dismissed, leaving 68 cases under: Government should be able to re- visitors attending. Miss Lucinda Cole, president, presided over the business session. Those Inking part on the program were Miss Mary Peeples. Miss Patsy Grahnm, Mrs. Ramonn Cain and Miss Jane Wallace. Mrs. Woodrow Wilder Y.W.A. counselor, dismissed the group with prayer. v Refreshments were served by the hostess who was assisted by her mother. treatment. 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