The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 22, 1951
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PAGE FOUR Shelton, Society Editor Hill-Williford Vows Said In Home Ceremony Miss Dorothy Sue Williford became the bride of Charles William Hill, son of Mr. and Mr.s, Lee ICtll of CiOsnoll, yesterday, in a 1 p.m. ceremony at the Hill home. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jaiups Wiwloy Williford of BlyiheviUe, The Rev. B. w. SUlhup. niimsu-r of the Cornell Mefhnd^t ChtinJi. officiated at the 'exchange »[ vows before relatives ami friends. Baskets filled with dahhiis siood at either side of -thf 1 improvised platform where the wedding party gathered. DiiecUy in [rnnt was placed a cut glass bow! filled with while carnations in which was Interspersed mahne puffs and yrecn- ery. Rainbow hue dahlias were arranged throughout the home lo complete the sotting. Attending as maid of honor and only ftjulnlJi? attendant was Miss Glenriora Alley. She wore a .suit of navy blue lor which she selected accessories of cflniro pink. She woi-ef U I JU " a small feather Iiat and at her shoulder \vas pinned matching pink MARRJKH : VKSTKKDAY : —Mr.s. Charles. William Hill ; u;is mil il her 2 p.m. marriage yesU-r- day Miss Dorothy Sue \Vill- ifortl, daughter of Mr. and f Airs. James z \Voslev . ai»l Mrs. Hill wilt he ;il ))f>m in Blytlipvillo The bride was given In marriage by her father, who escorted her to the platform where Ihe parly was Resembled. She chose for her wedding costume a suit of be [ye which featured an orchid iri'iU. Her off-the-face hat was of. matching beige -shade and completed with a shoulder length veil. Her bridal flowers were fragrant, gardenias set In swirls ol orchid maline, A reception immediately followed for the wedding guests. The three tiered cake which was topped with the figures of a bride and groom centered the lace draped bride's table from which punch nnci ivod- n-lnrn from souLhcrn vctl t!ii»K trip. BLTTHEVriXE (ARX.) Bits of News fnswg MONDAY, OCTOWE8 * School, Mrs. Hill servr-d as senior | Also an aluninu.s of Gosnei) High queen ol the basketball team and) School, Mr. Hi 13 is a veteran of at, (he time of her marriaiit* was j .service employed nt Halscll's Cash Grocery.! ployed with the Navy an by Ark-Mo P<j'A-er cake were later served. Mrs. I AH i\cl 1 Scherer served Ihe cake nndi ' UU IVlemberS, , Mra. Leon . Schercr poured (he AtlCUtl Clllb punch. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Nbwt Short, Mrs. Howard Be- vlllea und Mrs. Maude Green. For her daughter's marriage. Mrs. Williford chose an afternoon gown of black worn with black velvet accessories. Mrs. Hill, mother of the proem, wft* dressed in navy blue. Both *'ere presented corsages ol *'hlt« carnations. Upon their return from a Sonth- »rn wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Hill will be At home at 121 Davis. A 1951 (graduate of Gosnell High Dance Randal Parly i I lawks, Jr., Has 'larking Bid Inlay Rush Season Concludes ^ith Tea at Black Home • Concluding th« series of events honoring rushees of the Alpha Al- pba Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi was the tea yesterday afternoon at from 8 till 4 pjn. at the F. E. Black home on West Main Street Receiving the quests as they call«d were Mrs. Robert Upscomb. chapter president,; Mrs. Je;=s Davis. rush chairman; and Miss Bet-ty Black, hostess. Autumn blooms In myriads nl col- mc laixiii* mi[ntsi \\nmniA ftus- ors were set about the reception and j Monary Union, will conduct, the dr- entertaining rooms, j votlotml period nt Die Quurlorlv Yellow was chosen to predoml-1 Rally o[ ti^e Mi^LsMppt County nate In the decorntlons of the tea Woman's Missionary Union srhed- tflbJe. Pifnch «ns served froin n large crystal bn\vl [pslooned in bnnk.s of honeysuckle. Centering the table were clusters of (he roses fro/.en in a Jarge block of ice. At either side In branched silver candelabra ApproximntcJy J00 ineinbcrj! and gue.sts of the Cotillion Club attended the monthly dance Saturday night in the Mirror R«um ot Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fairis McCulla. Mr. »iid Mrs. WiJIiani lawshe, Mr. nnd Mr.s. J. F, Mcntandon, Mr, and Mr.s. Lloyd Wnrd nnd Ntr. find Mrs- Bob Logan were hrxsts nutl linsie.^sr.s for the event, for which the Hal- loxvcen motif had been chosen. Decorations carrying out the selected theme marked the (able from which the mld-nlg)il supper wn.i served. Autumn blooms were arranged in bouquets about the room. ! Randall I lawks, Jr., wajf one year old yesterday nnd a dinner parly at, the honif! of ins parrnts, Mr. and. Mrj*. n.'indall l/n«-k,v, celebrated the ; event. Four generntfons of Randall'.s. pa- fprnnJ nnrj in.Tfpjnal famines fll- tnutcd Hie nllnir. Program Told For Quarter WMU Rally OSCEOLA. Oct. 22.—Mrs. KnroM White and Mrs. E. C. Skeen ol Lux- orfl, assisted hy other Dieinlier.s of the l.ll.vora Haplisl Women's ulrd to lit? hrld n( O-sceola Fritiay. The Latin Amrrican Influence will mark the day's pro^riun with decoi nlions, menu and costumes worn by those taking part on Ibe program emurmlTlllj: t h e Fall Clratlcd Srrirs of study nn Konlhcrn naptist mission work iti South burncci ciinary yellow tapers. Mrs. ,1 C. Droke. (lie sorority's 11)51 "Wn-. ., 0 ,, 11 ., l linn of the Year" presided at the i Amerlcii. table. Pinnrd at her shoulder were' films t-howlilfr Baptist chiinht-s yrllow roses. The sorority's flower, i schools, si-minanes ami mission sta- the yellow rose, was further com-1 linns in South America will be p! limited in HIT individual cakes, i shown ,it the inorniiiB session Ucin- wh'.ch were iced vuth the ro'c and i onstmlions in how to (each (lie the letters. "BSP." j books for the various n f ;p li-vcls uill Aiiproslinatoly :!D euesu called be piven liv Mrs. Albert Ktiderliu (ind soft llnikmr'iiid music was ;I.IK| Mis hnrd (I'lrinit Hie luMir. Mvs. W. j, Pollard nnd Mrs ni.u-k R^:\e fs chitplrt sp-.jii'ors. In tluit^o of arran.Bfmont.s for the emit ivere ^"rs. Dpvis, rlnirman. anri Ms^s Pollyn-ill Sl. and Miss Morn) 35 Attend Parly Honorin" Jeanne MlVn Hood Tl'.lriy-:tv . p;p-:y Pa'L:rcii\ n ^ F-:;,'ne Himd I'i'ir.r. i::nth bir;lniay r: Wood. Chi.-ter.-. nl b.-:i:<;-' J-anni 1 n the n: the Kllrn a.'teinuon » as ,<re.-it it; U.I Sue Ann Saliba and J;:;, were priEc winuors. The K-ht.v and p-.nit (jirtlidoy cake, iced. !l,\ppy nirlhdav iran- nrr" formed Ihe rru:rr ne-: £il f,- r the refreshment table '1^:11 \\lurh paity foods wrrr ;-er'.ed. GiTtA were prp.-rrir.'-d I lie i;oii'iri-e and favors of bars and UMlvon- wcre given the curst lla.-.'l Braimr-ii uT Hlylhc-- villp. Mi.s. Rns-cll [>n(r,-r of rnrn- Bould. Mis, Per, y F. Henlui; and Mrs. ii. H, .IciiH's .Societies in llip.lfi Haptist cliurch- - cs nf (t,c county hnvc IH'C:I iiskcil t 1o bi m;; [or exhibit :my iio--t' i is, niiip,-, anil pmsi.ini oill lines they I Li:ne used ] Kepcirts lor tlie [i,r,t (iimvler will he (slvcn bv Mrs. U H liledsoe and i Mis l\d Williams nl \Vll>on. ch;iiv- nieii nf r.iir.ii!ii:iilY mi-sinns :nul ' mis-inn siiniy: ML^ ciiai-1-s !!. Nfw- r coinl>. nivilii \ille. sii'V.ard'.hip clnirnnui »ud M:,- 11 C. \Vchl) n! New l.ilf-;iv church, inmii: i^apln's dnvclor. Mia. M;il).'l l.:ni,tnrd of Bhihr- Mlle. chiu:ip.a;i of iho a-s'H-iniii'iial i^is !?v bnin: liit-ir I haii'if i: IMP r.illv. Oilier .HIM i-rs. of U R. i -ill. . pud Mrs iia. sccre- Out-of-town quests were Mr.s. l>e- )ia Davis of Riplcy. Tenn.. tiatcmnl Riaiiriniother, Mrs. Karl f^ee Sprinpc-r of Mcnipliis and Ll. Bill Livingston, also of Ripley. who has recently returned from four years service in Japan. 5-TabIe Howel! Movement Played A five-table Howell movement was played Saturday afternoon at tlie bl-wcekly game of the Duplicate firidse League at Hotel Noble. Mrs. b\- -H. Gee and Marc Ford took firslVpiiice honors, with Mrs. Virfiil Bixl'er and Mrs. John Calli- hnn of Sti-fii; u-jnjiing second hij>h. Mrs Riy Ktchie.son and Mrs. Eti- «ene liofgs were third place winners. It ivas announced the Winner's Game would be played Nov. 1. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday Cimmry Cliib Duplicate Bridge Lcncnc plays at Club at 7:15. Mrs. James 'ferry entertaining Trf-7'own Club. Lake Street Methcxllst WSCS has b, war nt Ihe church. Scavenger Hunt of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority at the home of Mrs. Maurice Wiley. 9(H Hardln. Mr.s. Max Reid entcrtHiniiiK Tuesday Hridee Club at Hotel Noble. Alphn Drlt.i Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7,30 p.m. dessert bridge- (iiliiista rush party at Ihe Rustic Clupter -I)' ol I'KO has 1 p.m lU'1'.rnn mcptin!'. at Steele home ol W. Robhuis. Ohurlcs lo Weiliiesdny Cliiti at the Country Club. Club Eulit niect.s with Mrs. Ora- hiitn .Sudixiry. Clli phij.< Ijihiue at ihe home of Mrs Lcn-i.. Hondr-r.son Mis I)i,-k Watson liostcs.s to High Twn Club Tluirsday Phcliran Class of First Baptist Chuvcli h;<s 7:30 p.m. Halloween i-oMiimr party .it the home ol Mrs. M. L. Sli-wnrt on Kentucky Street. Mr.s It. D Hughes ho.stcs.5 to I'lilirsday Club. Spa.'hrttl and chicken dinner sji.niMiitii i>> ;)ip VVoni.m's Auxil- l,ir\ of Hi .S'.cpllcti's fcpiscopal Cluuvh ai J,i\ne Clubtooma; 11 a in. lo -'.'» p.m. anrf 5 30 p.m. to 8:3fl pin TI K Club meets with Mrs. Bill Mr. a;id Mrn. Ed Townsend of Waco, Tex., announce the birth of their first child, a son, Saturday in a Waco hospital. He has been named Mark Edward. Mrs. Townsend It the former Miss Joyce Damon of Btylhevllle. Mi*s Florence Moore spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. BecXham have as their guesls this *ei-Vc, Mr. ami Mr.s. Robert Beckhanl, Mr. and Mrs. BoMjy Beckham ol Philadelphia and Mrs. Harold Fisher of Walnut nidtfe. Mr.s. C. A. Cunningham left this morning for Memphis where she ivilJ attend a refresher course of the Welcome Wagon, She will be Ihere a week. Mrs. A. R. VVetenkump and daughter, Terry, of Memphis, were weekend guests of Mrs. Wetenkamp's mother, Mrs. E M. Terry. Mrs. M. A. Middletoil returjjed Saturday from Miami, Fla., where she had attended Ihe American | legion l«idie.s Auxiliary Convention J i* rjpir-gate of the local Auxiliary, j Kn route she was joined at Cocoa,! t <a, by Mr. Middlcton find they visited In Lakeworth anri Key ' before siwndinjf several days in MI- j ami. ' j Lt. Jack flardy arid MIS.S Nancy Waelti of Memphis were the Sunday gue.sLs of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hardy and family. Airman Apprentice Frank Nich- otscn, who Ls .stationed nl the Navnl Rase. MlllinRton, was (he weekend <uest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Nicliol.son. Miss Charley Ruth Blankenstiip, daughter of Mr. and Mis, U. S. Btankenshlp of Del! bec:ime a pledge of Alpha Gamma Delta .sorority nt the conclusion of rush, week on the campus of Memphis! State. Saturday. Miss Blankensliip is a sophcmorc. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and Miss Glna Arcc spent the weekend in Heber Springs. Mr. am! Mrs. Harry Weedman and daughler. Billie Ix>u, returned last night from Baton RiMgr, La,, where they had spent several days as guests of their daughter and sister. Mrs. Edward K. Smith and Mr. Smith. Mrs. C, W. Affllck has returned Blvthevifl from five weeks visit with relatives ! ,..„.. ,.,:„„,, ,. . , in Charlotte, N. C, and Hertford. ', " „ f^, 0 ", ' * T $ 3 ™™ delcga - This is the wardrobe rlesij-ned (or actress Eleanor Parker by Don Loper for a personal anuearanre lour. Short evening gown (led) is E leamin E t old sheath covered with cut-nul sold-embroidered black velvet and topped with black velvet coat that has huge black fox cufTs Costume (or late- day (center) is raspberry red faille taffeta worn over 'pleated pttlicoat of moonstone blue. Cape- coal tr'Uhl) In black-and-white wool is lined in red crepe lo match slim sheath dress beneath. Tcrni... after several days visit with £ -Mrs. Van Hoosr-r's parrm.s. Mr. Mrs. J E. Neal and sister, Mr. 1 Edward Casey. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Webb have returned from a week's visit in Chi- ! Ciitjo While ihcre Dr. Webb all?ml-( NEA Woman's Editor I capelcoaTjii WiT-and^vhite clwck- ert tlie American Academy of Eye.: NEW YORK.—(NEA)—There are ; erboard wool lined in red wool crepe f.ose and 'Inroat Specialists. SU rs in Hollywood who always ad-j to match the sheath dress that's George H:trnn«ion Is confined In here lo the rule that -Alien a mov:e i wcrn nmi<?rae;uh. The dress has a his home. -409 South Franklin flfler star gees on a personal appearance' sabre neckline and narrow belt. tour, she shovild look like a movie At The HospiuU BljlhevUle Ho»pll»l Dismlsced: James McMullin, Memphis. Mrs, Willie Miller atid baby, City. Billy Dean Robert*, City. R. W. Talley, City. Eugene. Joiie.s, Osceola Mrs. Okla Mallory, Manila. Michael O'Neal Pope. City. Walls Hospital Ois/tii&bed; Alice Faye and Ellen Moody. Rt. '• William George, Jr., Qsceola. Mrs. P. S. Nuckols and baby. Osceola. Mrs. Ray Colley and baby, Luxora. Joe E. Gdsham, Hayli. Charlene B. Pierce. Rt. J. Jimmy Caldwell, Rl. 2. May Dixon. City. 'SSB8&. at the popular pric« Ihe millioni pay! WORLD'S LARGEST SEUERAT 10c St.Joseph ASPIRIN LIKE HIE ORANGE Of ST.JBSim ' No n*w le biuk liblcli, MC-h 11 >.'* I ; Gowns Uphold Tradition "'•^vVith Glitter, Glamour and Style ive . ' . being stricken ill Saturday. His con- dllioii, which i.s cotisidered serious, is reported as unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Koustotl Caiter and Mr. atld Mrs. Clarence Ciunmings and son, Larry spent the weekend In Poplar BUllI. Mo., and Wappa pello Datn. Mr.s. W. I.. Homer. Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Ma\ U-srcy and Mis. II. II. Houchins returned yesterday from two weeks in the East. They atlendod HIP nattou;sl convention of the PEO Sisterhood. Mrs. Ilorner attended as representative nf Cliap- -4ar. Actress Eleanor Parker Ls one of these. No mink coat.s flung over slacks for her, no unkempt, hair, no loafers. On tour in connection 'vith her picture, "A Millionaire for Christy," Miss Parker wears the wardrohe designed for hor by Don Loper. The fashions in it are clothes any woman would like to own and mi^ht like to copy, adapting them lo her own way of life. A favorite of Miss Parker's for Read Conner News Classified Ads. Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE J'ure IVhole Hog Sausage Seasoned Jusl Right! A BJLY'THEVIIXE PRODUCT ...^.i.,,, „, .L-iut:.irm.iiiie m unap- i A tavonte of Miss Parker's for ter "N ' and Mrs Lynch as a past : eveiiingr wear is a .short goivn ihat'sl state president. Mrs. Houchins and : a gleaming gold sheath dramatized I Mrs. Lsrey are members of ihe b y cut-out gold-embroidered black ! Chapter -D". Mrs. J. L. Van Hooser and daughters. Dclma and Doretta. left yesterday for their home in Smithville. Lambert. Mrs. Eugene Brown entertaining Thursday Rook Club Octette Club entertained-by Mrs. Hotner Wilson. Duplicate Bridge I,eag(ie plays at Hctel Noble »t 7:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. C. W. Carrion Friday Contract Club. Friday CHlb meeu with Mrs Farm McCalla. eluded Bos'on and .Vea- York. I Murray Smart. Jr.. who fa a fresh: man .at Tu'.ane. New Orleans, was , the weekend eu»sc O f hi.s parents. . Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. M. Smart. Mr. and ; Mrs. Smart were in Oxford Satlir- i day for the O!« Miss-Tulane foot- i ball game and were accompanied i home by their son Mrs. O. vv. McCutchen. Mrs. I Frank Gri'sby, Mrs. Jim Roleson, ] Oscar Hardaway of Blytheville and coat, and the cuffs have huge circles of black fox trimmings. | For late-day wear, there's ft fufl. [ flared skirt and a sleeveless wesket i asymetrically buttoned, boih in i raspberry red faille worn over a moonstone blue pleated petticoat. .Yecklirie Ls cut wide and low ; waist- , line is trim- I hostess to (Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steele were j in Memphis last nisht for the Dup- J-, licaie Bridge winner's Game played at Hotel Peabociy. RHEUMAI^HEIP Con(»fni 2 Ingredientl Often Prescribed by Doctors II'. O.Z2!3. »]«, ,j,, ,,n,,M, teller, IhJt ip««di «omfo*l lo Ihcijinndt. Ix't "lodlied." lo»— al.o contain* "Bljtk Enjk* Root" h«/b On 0.25Z3 for Mill,4 h«lp tod*r. Pries ftl llfti botll« Jwck ;( jau don't pr«i«« C-Z223. ffwf r»OCTE« i OMUfS... Home Permanenf Wave Use AN-Y Plastic Curlers '"'' REFILL You K gel o Z^SliVMI,^—^ MinKu^ 1 ;: Cs02m ^ if I #* WOODS DRUG STORE Are You Looking For Packaging Supplies For Your Home Freezer ? DELTA IMPLEMENTS has a complete Select-ion now! Ovfr.AII nrl-lV>ll .Vo-Noji, Trrp^tnt IMhinrt Oprrstion Fifr/i'3 t o o rt .• No ram no iiiyihrrr on «ll M <• » n s a , v h»l:« no np-n > Insjfl^ ^nr- floors. loo !Vr.< fiiovin? parts [«'cv Add nf» AW«V with ci H « r in t tlrA!iy- toorts ^rtMly rrRslvc. mom-:;.- ^^^[ f rt imil xnyahrTC, any- on rflblnet n- quiet a^ *n IK '-Imf. tcrlor. trtngerator. International Harvester FREEZERS as low os $ 3.85 Per Week! 312 South 2nd Phone 6863 Air Conditioned by Refrigeration J.islen (o KLCiN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for otir program announcements. BON Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone G99S Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. 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