The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 21, 1952
Page 4
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7. • m/iTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 21, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor SheSton-Smith Wedding Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. .lack Shelton announce the marriage of their daughter, Hazel, to Elmer Ro<<, Smith, son ol Mrs. H. E, Smiih. Thp Pev. Roy I. Bnglry ofTicliitr-d In the double rlnj: ceremony smur- day nipht. nt Ihf First Methodist Church, with only membrrs ol the immediate families in ntlemtanrr. The bride was dressed in a vvhitej afternoon J2o\vn which featured a full skirt and fitted bodice. Her small hat \va.s of white flowers. White acceseoiJcs completed tier attire. A sincle purple throated orchid was pinned nt her shoulrlr-r The couple is nl home in Blylhe- vllle. Miss Campbell is Brid ;•-• Of Sgt. Hutcherson Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cnmpricll announce tho mnrriage of their daughter. Patsy Ann, to Sst. John Paul Hutcherson. .son of Mr. and Mr.s. Babe Hutcherson. of Chicago. The double ring ceremony xns performed in Plgigrvtl. Ark., Friday with Judge French officiating. I.eroy Pruitt and ML«s Bct.iv Lrmgley were their only attendants. Mrs. Hiitchcrsrm chose, for the wedding, a dress of hlue blue nnri pink accessories. Pink rosebuds provided the shoulder corsnce. The couple v.iU be at home in Chicago. Mrs. Illltcherson was cm- ployed at Walls Hospital here. MARRIED — Miss Hazel Shelton, daughter* nf Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sholton, been me the lii-icle of Klmer Hnss Smith, son of Mrs. 11. F.. Smith, in a double rin>T cni'ijinony performed ,il the First Methorlist Church Saturday. r TROTH TOLD —Mr. and Mrs. Louis Garner announce tha engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Freddie Louise to Gene Pierce. He is the son of ],. K. Pierce. They will he married Sunday. ENGAGED — 1 Mr. and Mrs. Temton H. Estes are today making known .the engagement and approaching marriage of Iheir daughter, Bobbie Carolyn, to Harold Clayton Koonce, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'B'Otis Koonce. A. .May wedding is planned. Birthday Party Given In Home Because Martha Jo Brooks was six years old Saturday, she was honored at, a birthday party given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelso C. Brooks, at their home. Games were played by the zroup. with Rhonda Roberson and Jimmy Bllbrey winning prizes. Birthday cake and other party foods were served by the hostess. Russia Protests ADEN lift- Uussia reportrdly has protested to Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia over the dispatch of additional Ethiopian troops to Korea. Unconfirmed reports reaching here snid the protest was made by Vassil! Rybakov, the Russian minister to Ethiopia. Bits of News Wl-.if. Initiation Rites Held By P.E.O. Mrs. Garrard Cnudlll of Manila was initiated Into Chapter N of the P.E.O. Sisterhood in H ceremony held Fridny afternoon at the J. W. Adams home. Hostesses for the luncheon meet- Ing were Mrs- Adams and Mrs. C. E. Crigger Jr., who alFo hud as an out-of-town guest, Mrs. Caudfll's mother, Mrs. J. W. Hobblnis of Steele. Mo. The luncheon table, covered with an Imported cutwork cloth, was centered with a strikine centerpiece of Dutch Iris and shtusta daisies, carrying out the yellow and white colors nt the Sisterhood. Smaller tables arranged about (he home held tiny silver bud vases of the same I lowers. Mrs.- Alvin Huffman Jr., pres!- '- dent, was In charge ol the business session, and Mr.s. C. A. Cunningham presented the Afternoon's program on "Important Women," discussing women Important In P.E.O. work, women important In Arkansas, and women Important in national R fa firs. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital R Dismissed. Mrs. E. L. Parks and baby, city. E. H. Caldwell, city. Rlytheville Iln^plUI Dismissed: Mrs. G, G. Myers. Luxora. Mrs. M. U Wnnrt. city. Winfrcd Miller, city. ' Mrs. W. L. Green, city. Mrs. Li?on Walden has ret.unK'd from Cairo, 111- where she has br-cn gurat ol her parcni^, Mr. aticl Mrs. Coy Goodsgn. Miss Viviftn Taylnr, a .student ,»*, mthwestern in Memphis, was the week end guest of her parents, Mr ni\ri Mrs. A. H- Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Erne.sL Roe returned from Memphis yctfU-rday atid wore accompanied homo oy Mr. 1 ;. Roe's mother Mrs. M:ir^rct Kulp, who will be thr-Sr lor several days. • Mr. and Mrs. H, H. Hoiirnins ami Mr. and Mrs, Adolph Hrinic^p havV returned frntn Fulton. Mo., where they spent the week end nt GITPJI j Acres Fanii-s. Pfc. Jninos W. Ocnn. whn has spent, several yen rs. in Asra a t fen bui'K. Gennnny, hn-i been the (jur.^t of his parenl.s, Mr rvnd Mrs. J. R. Gcan, for 70 days. He left last nitrht to return to Germany. Mrs. B. A. BugK left Friday [nr Detroit to spend several rtnys Ihore. Mr .and Mrs. C. A, Cunniiwhain will leave tomorrow for Johnson Ity, Tenn. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Cfuidill announce the birth of a daughter, born Saturday at the Baptist Ho.-- pital in Memphis. She has been j amcri Judy Ellzahpth. They havpj Miss Neal Luchctt, Pfc. Chat>s Lfi^cclt of Cnmp Gordon, GIL., is spendin» his furlough here «'ith his mother. Mrs. W. C. Lp(*Kt>tt and family. Me was arcompiintod here by his ntrce. l.fc 1 Briqhnm of C^lutnhiiN. Mis.s., ruuE his Rl.ster, Miss Ixiul^e Lcjjcett of Memphis. Mis-s L^RgPtt returned to Memphis this mnniinp. Mr. and MIS. W. D. Cobb had as fhrir week end Bucfit*. Mrs. Cobb's mother, ^^^•s. Fran res Speed, and her brother and family, Mr. and Mr,-,. Elliott Speed, C. K. Clipper, Sr., Mr?- Bernard Goix-h, Mrs. Marvin Robinson have aone to California lor several j weeks. Mr.s, c, J. Flrchvotn! jitid son, Allison, of Memphis, were week end pnc.sts of J. P. Allison und frvmily. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley Lutes have as Iheir Mr. and Mrs. Babe Hutrrwin of ChlcaRO, 111. Mr, iinti MIT;, J. H. Lnnd of Memphis .spent Siiiulay lipre with Mrs. Miss Garner's Betrothal Is Revealed Miss Prcdrllfl Louise Garner' is en;?ased to Gene Pierre, ii was announced today by Miss darner's parrots, Mr. and Mrs, Louis Gar- ner. Hr> is the .son of I,. E. Pierce. ' The briilfi-rHect is a graduate of Blytlu'ville High School where she was active In cxlra curricular activities. She is now employed at the Arkansas-Missouri Power Co, Mr. Pierce attended Humes High •School in Memphis and is associated with the 1 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Tlit- wrddinf- will bo solemnized at Trinity Baptist.' Church April 27. with the Rev, David McPeake Wedding lanned Miss-Esfes inn Plii meets at 7:30 p,m. at Rustic Inn for canasta party. Mr.s, J. N, fimothermrm will be hastens, LnNuove is to meet with Mrs. N. G Jerome. Mrs. Harry W. Haine.s is ho.stess to the Mici-Wrek Bridge Club, Duplicate Bridcre League meets at the Country Club- Mrs. H. Humphrey will entertain 'githe Thursday Contract Club. p. m. at the parish hnuse with I Mrs ' Em:ene Rrown is hostess to Mrs. M. S. Yntes ho.sioss. ' Coming Events Monthly Wesley an Service Guild ol First Mnthndist Church meet* at the home of Mrs. Elmer Ambrose on Misotiri with Mrs. Hairel Davis co- hosless. Women's Auxiliary nf St. Stephen's Episcopal Church moet BusineRs Women'. 1 ; Circle wil! meet at, t,lie home of Mrs, Carolyn Boyprs at 7:30 p.m. at Chickasnw Courts. Country Club dnnrp with Sew-Simple In Half Sizes Esie.s. Mr. aiirl Mr.s. Ertrl Walker re- tm-ned home from Little Hock yesterday where they have visited their danyhtor. Mis. J. R. Henton and family. Mr.s. Ben ton, who has Ijeon ill is rrprrtccJ nuu:h improved. Mrs. V. M. Faires of Wilmington. Di'l.. is visiting h* 1 ! ruoiliei , Mr R. T. Haley, find siMcr.s Mrs. Lloyd Slirkmon and Mrs. Murrary Smart and fnmihc*.s. Grnrac Gi£h;-has been moved to hi.s home from Walls Hospital anrt hi.s condition is said to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. \). S. Branson. Jr., nf Dalln.s, Trx., Mr. nnri Mrs. Wal- three other children, Lucy, John. fc rr Heard and children of Ncwpori and Mrs, Tom Hc.nrn nf Hannibal Ma, \vrro in BlylheviUe for thi funcrnl yr.^tcrdny of thrir grand mother, Mr.s. W. D. Fuller ton. nnd Bill. Condi ticn of Mrs. OoraULlne Greene, who has \ivr.\\ ill at hvr home on Park Street for the pa.^t several days, is unchanged. Mr and Mrs Cl. L. >tr>ym- of -htck- <on Mo me the eucsis ol Mr. and Although thn averse wind vol. „ Mr* Mason Day! Sr.. for a linv i «'>' In Miami. Fla.. is 10 mi'rs an |j ,; hi«iir,.it has reached 132 miles an 'Mr. nnd Mrs. Pr-arl HniMm of U^nr. Rt. Lnui.s svrie weekend pilest-s of Mr. and Mis. Elmrr Hens on and dauphtrr, Mary Lm-y. Dr. nnd Mrs Frank Lwk^tt anci daughters. Mary and LaNclle, nt Helena, spent the weekend with Mrs. J. A. bucket t nnd daughter, Next Best to Barefoot Summer's pel—a charm- itiK npi'n-fiir Ihuni? san- rlal with ;i twistini; tie . . , next !>e,sl to £<>inc liarefiml for coolness » \\ (1 fomforU Sure to 11,'iHer your Tool, ti>o. Koani c us h i « n sole. While elk. Only Neighbors providing the music. Maple Grove Cemetery As^ociFi- nn meets with Mrs. Frank Webb U 2:30 p.m, Mrs. Rupert Craflon will be hostess to La Petite Chib. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club ill meet at their club. Country Club Duplicate I^a^ue will be entertained at the Country Club. •s. Je.vsp Baylor wni be hostr-ss' to the Tuesday Bridpe Club. Tn-Town. Bridge CJuh will meet in the home of Mr.s. Dale Bripcs. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO will meet with "Mrs. Bob Kirshner frtr 1 p.nv hmchoon. Semi-Canasta Club's hostess will be Mrs. Dnuclas Dcen- ^t[•.=;. Louis Henderson is hostc-js to GIB. Town and Conn try Club will he entertained by Mrs, Loy Welch- Del tnnlnn Chapter of Delphian Society has an 11 a. m. meeting at Hotel Noble followed by 1 p. in. luncheon, Wednesday Club will be entertained by Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Thursday Alpha Drlr-i Chapter of Beta Sis- Thursday Rook Club. Member? of KIbitlzor will meet at the home of Mrs. Johnny White. Friday Alpha Drita Chapter of Beta Sig. rna Phi will hold its riinal of jewels Paul! ceremony fit the home of Mrs. Dick [New Rust Preventative IS rianneO Perfected in Minneapolis Dy / VII^>^-l_b I Kb MINNEAPOLIS f/?»A new device has been perfected to help protect Mr, and Mr.s. Temton H Estr*. f.n- ' Packaged military equipment from day announce the enpaqcnient of niJ!t and corrosion while in storage. their daughter, Bnbbie Carolyn, t/i ^ small, highly-sensitive humid- Harold Clayton Kconce, j=on of Mr • lt - v indicator is sealed inside the and Mrs. B'Otis Koonce i P sc ^ a " es - The indicator has an out.- EstM is a member of the ! 5ide connection. The moisture-con- penlor clii-ss of BIythcvllle Hi^h tent insi(ie Is determined by plug- School where she IP a member "of ' ?inR !n a smalu P° rttlble electron Glee Club, a capella choir, and Red i metpr wl ? lch activates a gauge. Pepper Club. She serves as secre- I Heretofore, a .spokesman for the perfecting company (Minneapolis- Honeywell Regulator Co.) .said, siicr- tary of the nenior claw. Mr. Koonce Is a ^raduaie of nlv- thevllle High School where he was a member of the football team, "B" Club, and Future Tradesmen of America. He is now a.vnriatod with Arknnftafi-Mlsxouri Power Co. A May wedding is planned. "Little David." perhaps the largest packages had to be opened periodically for measurement of moistur seepage. Medical Exam tor Miners BRUSSELS {A') — Belgian Cong' mine workers will now be subjcc to medical examination every six months, according to official ^ Polish your nails with the brightest pink that has graced any Spring season. U will give a lifl to every costume vou plan (o wear. Rim ever built, was a 36-inch siege j structions issued In the Congo, mortar designed by the U. S. Army These measures have been taken to help break through Germany's j against the extension of silicons, a Siesfrieci Line In World War II. King atlmnt affecting mine workers. Watson, 703 N.E. Parkway, at 7:30 tonh;ht. Mrs. Benny Grimes Is hostess to Friday Cana.sia Club. Always welcome news is washable slove anil ascot scarf sets Midi as this one. Tlie patent leather h.ip can be cleaned with a snapy sponge. PLANTING SEED SOYBEAN SEED We have Ojjdcn and .., Dorlch No. 2 'Cleaned Jk and Sacked. Ready for immediate delivery. 00 PER BUSHEL COTTON SEED Empire Cotton Seed, firsl year from breeder. Discounts on large lots. 6 50 PER HUNDRED RED TOP GIN CO. Phone 3756 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITB Double Feature NEW HOSPITAL1ZATIOH INSURANCE FEATURED IN RECENT MAGAZINE * UMV U&l-Ui —IT.US— By Sue Burnett Here Ls a nr-at. easy to Tvpar daytime frock creatori e.*pcviaHy in hall , fiizp.s !o coinplimr-nt the r-liciitly shorter figure. And ir'y. r^ simple to «ew 7.1th liut fA'o main pat'rrn pieces. Pattern No. R781 L^ a spw-n** pfr- forat^d pattprn in n?*.- 141-. 16':. 18'i. 20'r. 22'r, 24' 3 . 5\7.f. 16^, 4 yards of 39-inch. For ihLs pattern, j-end 3<X" In COINS, your nanip. acrtifss, ?izc desired, and thf PATTERN' NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier Ne'.vp, 375 Quinry Rt.. Chiraeo 6. 111. BaFic FASHION for "52 is filled »'it-h ldca.«; lo makp your rlrnhfs btidjfft- i?o (utthpr—time-savmp anri economical fifjicn.t thai arf 1 en.«.y to *fw. Gift pattern printed Inside, 2r> Sl.vlc 31Sfl Keiley's Your Friendly Shoe Store Ark. One of the nation's leading magazines considered this new insurance so important thaf it was the subject of a special article! Here's what it provides: SS.onO mcdirnl expense policy with no limit 3'j to illness, lime or place. l'a>s 5.">.(KMi «acli for hushaiul and wife with a prcniinm of onlv S^s.Oll per year! Other mem hers of the family may be included for an additional premium of just S^O.iln nioiv. This new pnlit-y pays all doctor hills, hospital hills for illness or accident wilh mi limit ;is to lime confined. 1'ays .VI.I. hills tip to S.V< : TVs IHKKEH- KNT. IT'S TUB hcst KVKII OI-TKUKl). The o u I y limit is a maximum of S.'i.Oim for each insured. This office writes every known kind tif insurance, except life. \Ve write full and complete coverage on your automobile. Our 10 >c;us experience merit yuur confidence, N. Highway 61 Also .Metro News TUES.-\VED. Pal Niles 2 For I'ricc of One LAST TIMES TODAY! DON'T MISS! Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel, *~^.IOR[TTA YOUNG JKS?* Carloon & Comerh Ann SHERIDAN • MH IIP • Howard DUF AUMVtSSAl IMERNAHONAl PICIL'RE Captain Video Serial and Cartoon Riti Guests to See "Steel Town" .Mr. & Mrs. K. A. Nelson ami Family Miss Clara Ruble C Miss Alice Priest TUESDAY ONLY! Blytheville REALTOR INSURANCE Phono 3361 SEE HITLER SLAIN IN LOVE NEST,.i> Also Shorts: "LaiiRlts Kroni Ihe I'ast" it "Songs of Ihe Campus" Ritr Guests to See 'the Magic Face' Mr. & Mrs. Travis Dccn Mr. & Mrs. A. F. Dietrich HE KNOWS YOUR CAR If ynti want to pnlruit y n u c^r to .1 mrchanir whn will d hi 1 ? bril (r> fi\ it proprrly — P. a minimum cost to ymi — com to T, 1. Spay Mftnr Co. Tr> ti next time. T. I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth flnlrr 121 K. MAln Phone Z\2

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