The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 1, 1951
Page 5
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PAGE MX BTWIHRVILLK (AKK.) OWHIBIt THQMDAT, VOTOfBHl 1, 1PM J«n* Shelton, Society Editor Phon« 4461 Miss Shelton Announces Wedding Party Plans Dec. 1 Is the date which hat, been selected by Miss Joy Shellon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sliel- ton, for her marriage to Nelson Dean Helens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Edcns of Armorcl. The double ring ceremony will be performed al 4:30 p. m. at Hie Cliurch of Chrlsl, with Harold F. Sharp, minister of the church, officiating. He will be. assisted by E. W. Slovnll. minister of the Fulton, Ky.. Cliurch of Christ. The nuptial music will be presented by a quartet and tapers will be lighted by Mrs. Mel T. Hay and Mis.s Deluies Edens, sister of the groom. The bride, who will be Riven in marriage by her father htis asked her sister, Miss June Slielton, to attend as main of honor. Miss Nancy Stovall of Pullon. Ky., and Miss Shelton will attend »< brider.maids. John H. Storey will serve Mr. Edens as best man and ushers will b« Billy King, Jesse Kubanks and Billy Shelton. A reception for members of the wedding party and out-of-town guests will follow at the home of the bride's parents on West Walnut Street. • •' • Mrs. Black Entertains At the Country Club Mr»l F. E. Black yesterday was hoslfiM at the Country Club for a luncneon-bridge given in compl!- n«nt to the Wednesday Club and on< guest, Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Clusters of dahlias arranged in jre*n€ry topped the small tables and in the bridge game, following luncheon, Mrs. Harry Klrby wot: hl«h score and Mrs. H. C. Sims j«cond high. • * • Mr*. Owens Is Gu«st Wi& Club Eight Mrs. H. C. Dwenn was the only fue>t wHh members of Club Eigh j«tter4ty when the group g a them at tht Davis Street home of Mrs jMato M. White for an afternoon o playtug bridge. P»K blooms wer« set about th hooM *nd In the bridge game tin bwt«K took first piace honors, with Mn. Charles Langston winning sec and Wgh and Mrs. Graham Sudburj Hefr«tiun«nt« were served durir Party Given At Hown*r FisfceY Home Pniierf as witches, cats and gob Mns. 27 children last night cel« b rated Halloween at • party give their home on Lake Street Decorations complimenting th fcy Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher f holfeUy were used throughout Ui horn* .and the guests .spent tli • renlnc In games and informal et: tvrtalnment. During Ihe evening, Mrs. Fishe wrved party foods and iced drlnl- * • * • CK*fc*s Annual Party Given at Eubanks Home Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Eubank- last night entertained at their home for the annual Halloween celebration of the Stitch nnd Chatter Clnb. Clusters ol balloons imer.snerfed ] i Y /'Y"°\T/ "l"'l ^OTr?Vl 1 with crepe paper streamers in vari- With Weekly LIB LlUD ous shades floated from the ceil- j Ings of the entertaining rooms in! Three guests played bridge which the guests spent the eve- ' nlng in games. Potted plants completed the party sett in?, Mr, and Mrs, Norman M, Stone •were prize winners in the games, with "Mrs. Freeman Dorri.s taking Sensational Date Frock 18 Guests Attend Party Al Fay Austin Home Eighteen guests last nlnht attended the Halloween celebration at the Fay Austin home. Mrs. M. E. Wicker and Mlsi Bon nle Nell McCormlck were hostesses for the event. Decoration* appropriate to the occasion were used throughout the entertaining rooms In which the evening was spent li party gnmes. Loretta Walden, Leon Walden and Junior Brown took prizes It) thi games. During the evening refreshment, were served. 8672// \\ - N v By Sue Burnett Juniors, here is the special holl- :lay date dress, you've been plan- ling on—a striking blouse and skirt mir that's bound to win compli- nonUs. Fitted, top lias low cut ncck- ine, tiny button trim; skirt Is full and definitely young. Pattern No. 8672 Is a «ew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 11, 12. 13 14. 16, 18. Size 12, top, 1 yards of 35 or 39-Inch; skirt, 3-Vi yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Blylhevllle Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street, Chtcn- ) 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for the F»l! and Winter FASHION. 48 pages ol smart, easy to sew styles; interest- Ing features; fashion news. Gilt patterns printed inside the book. 3 arty for 1 2 Guests Observes Holiday Claudia jane Klene observed t Halloween holiday last night wllh parly «t her home on Missour Street for 12 guests. Baffcrd Ann Ollbow. Butch Stone C. B, Wien ana Patsy Sliannoi took prizes In the evening's games Witches, cats and goblins rieco rated the Klene home for Ihe aftal and during the evening the hosiej served refrcshmenls. Mr. and Mrs, Ezra Hodge and children of Flint, Mich,, are spend- ng two weeks here as guests of Mr. and Mrs, O. H, Ralph. They have also been visiting Mrs. Hodge's relatives In Memphis and Fulton, Miss. Mrs. Jim Smothermon »'•» admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospl- 1 yesterday lo' undergo surgery. Charles H. Hendcrslioit, Jr.,' of Blythevilie has been Initiated into the University of Arkansas chapter of Alpha Zeta, honorary agriculture fraternity. A graduate student, in horticulture Mr. Hendcrshott received a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture in 1851. He was graduated from Holland High School. Cpl. and Mrs. Waller O. Drewry announce the birth of their third Naval Hospital, Mii,,n 8 ton, Tenn. I A ^™ ^ C^AnuJeln^t Board Convenes Prior to Program The Executive Board of Blythe- vllle Council of Church SVomen will convene at 2 p.m. tomorrow pre- . ceding She 2:30 observance of World Community Day at the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Hugh whltsltt. council president, will direct the discussion and financial plnns will be presented 'by Mrs. Richard Becker. Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Freeman Robinson will report on the Well-Child Clinic, a project of the council. The program will follow in the main auditorium of the church. ft was announced that (he church nursery would be open during the program and will be under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Johnston. Shawnee Grid Queen Named Margaret Tltuley will be crowned 1961 Shawnee Gridiron Queen to- Scout Troop Honored By Donna Dedman An evening of bobbing for apples and other traditional Halloween party games last night entertained members of the Central School Girl Scout Troop. Donna Dedman, senior Girl Scout who assists with the troop, was hoslcss at her West Ash Street home f.or the Informal affair. Following the party games, (he guests knocked on doors of the city for "treats," which were sewing articles to be sent overseas. This forr of the Halloween treat game was in connection with the national ! Girl Scout projects of Operations f Overseas. i Popcorn. Iced drinks and party ' foods were later served at the- Ded- ] mail home. During the evening prizes In the games were awarded Barbara Gumo and Sandra Foster. morrow night ceding the ball game. Captains ceremonies pre- Osceola-Shawnee foot- Bill Welch and Tom Lanie will crown Miss Tinsley. Joyc« Miller, sophomore will serve as maid of honor, with Betiy Welch, \jlmior class member and Barbara, Adams, freshman attending w maids. child,, a daughter, Oct. )2 at the Naval Hospital, Millliijjton, Tenn., A ... She ,lm been named Marilyn Jane. I £"„„„!£ Cpl, Drewry b> Ihe son ol Mr. and Mrs. Gordon O. Diewry ol Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Day returned Monday . from Newman, Oa., where they had spent uvo weeks as guests of Mrs, Uay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Johnson. Mrs. Ester Kramer ol Little Rock, district superintendent of home demonstration agents was the overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Red inn u. Mrs. E. B. Jones of Memphis U spending this week in the Half Moon community as guest ol Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck and Mrs. B. F. Gay. Mrs. Jones Is a former Blytlic- ville resident. Aviation Electronics Technician Second Class Charles H. Fuller and Mrs. Fuller announce the birth of their fir^t chid, a Mm, Oct. 16 at the Naval Hospital, Millington, Tenn. He has been named Keith. Mrs. Fuller Is the former Miss Mary Abbott of Caruthersville. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. While and daughter, Martha Ann, Mr.s. Ben White and Mrs. R. C. Allen were in Nashville this weekend to attend the Vanderbllt-Gecrgia Tech football game. They were joined there by Mr. and Mrs. White's son, John Charles, a freshman at Georgia Tech and a member of the school band. They also were joined by Mrs. Allen's son. H. C. Allen who is a member of-the VanderbiU football squad. Miss Ruth Ralph, Mr. and Mre Harvey Ralph and Mrs. Calvin Rnlpli and two sons of Chicago were the weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. G. H. Ralph. In Osceola yesterday for the Progressive Club style show and luncheon were Mrs. Aubrey Conway, Mrs J. A. Leech. Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs J. Louis Cherry and Mrs C W. At flick. PTA Committee. Activities Told Dec. 15 has been selected as the date for the formal Christinas dance sponsored by Ihe high school Parent- T««chern Association, It was announced .today. Planning and chaperoning of the dances, held weekly at the Anierion Legion Hut is under the direction of the Teen-Age Activity Committee, which is headed by Mrs. Ray Hall. Composing the committee is Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mrs. joe TrletclimMi, Mrs. John Lane. Mrs. Harmon Taylor. Mrs. Toby l>ong, Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Mrs. Jess Homer, Mrs. Sam Owen, Mrs. lone Gore, Mrs. t. E. Baker. Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs, Coady Eaton, Mrs. Jerry Hearn and Mrs. Louise Hill. rive members of the committee chaporone each dance. Oilier committee activities are the senior class party, Halloween dance given last Friday night. Valentine dance and graduation dance. Every fourth Friday night is WPA night. "Women Pay All." Jointly sponsoring the affairs with. Holiday Marked With Club Dance Dancing to the music of Art Mooney and lite orchestra last night n celebration of the Halloween hol- dny were members of the Country ilub and their out-of-tcwn guests. Another in the series of dances or which well-known hands play, he club was decorated in scenes nrther suggesting the holiday. Several out-of-town residents were included In the guest list. Read Courier News Classified Ads. The National Geographic Society says the NeW England sturgeon c«tch fell from 29,000 to 5.000 pounds between 1919 and 1935. REMODELED JEWELHV STOKE—Above is an interior view of the completely-remodeled Pat O'Bryant's Jewelry Store at Second and Main, which —Courier News Photo is having its formal re-opening tomorrow. The store was damaged by fire this summer. The remodeling features new wall paneling and fixtures. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Lake Street Methodist WSCS hasj chili supper at 7:30 p.m. at the; church. Duplicrtle Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30. Friday Annual Harvest Supper of Yarbro Methodist Church at Yarbro clubhouse. Supper served from 5:30 till 8:30 p.m. Ritual of Jewels-Pledge ceremony of Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble at 8 p.m. Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. Adams. " • Dorcas Class, of First Baptist Church has 12:30 luncheon at the church. Blythevilie Council of Church Women observe World Community Day at First Methodist Church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. R. A. Porter hostess lo Friday Chlb. Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., hostess to Friday Contract Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. YWA's Guests For Meeting Memben of the Gosncll Baplist Young Woman's Association were guesls Monday night wllh the Calvary Baptist Association when Mrs. Leland Hodge was hostess at her home for a meeting-social. "Christians in the World, Not of the World" was the devotional presented by Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. The Halloween holiday theme was suggested In the decorations and party foods served. At The Hospitals BlTlhcrllle Hospital Dismissed: Jerry Gatlln, City Olivia Bombalaski, City Charlene Johnson, City Mrs. Janle Hardesty. City Billy Hudton, City Mrs. Kenneth Byrd. City Mrs J. J. Donner and baby, City Mrs. S. P. Cook, Bt«ele Kenneth Grimes, City harms Is 'Must' n Daily Living B> ALICIA HART NEA Staff Writer True graciousness !s not a thing han can be turned on and off like i water faucet, yet many, women eemiiigly mniiage it. Considered pleasant by their friends, they arc egarded as old war horses by those hey meet in their work-a-day hours. It's for this reason that their cir- le of acquaintances rarely widens beyond a smalt, light duster left over from earlier years. Those who save up their smiles and soft words for special occasions may find they ring false when hey're finally brought out for use. Genuine charm comes from a constant consideration for the Interest n other's. This Includes the grocer and the meter reader If you're a homemaker, the customer across Thief's Ho Butcher SYDNEY, Australia OP>—Someone stole a wagon containing 5,000 pounds of meat In Sydney the other day. The thief carved himself R Sunday roast, then abandoned th< trucX'y; ;>. _• .:,_,.-..'/ _ ; f.. Police said the man cut himsel "about the worst roast in thi wagon." the counter or the girl at the next desk if you're a career woman. ; - Please' and 'thank you 1 are quit« as important in daily living as they are when you're f rocked up In your best gown lor « party. So are cheerful greet ings. Try lagging them with brief inquiries about the bread man's new baby or w it h words o f admiratio n lor your co-worker's fresh hair-do. If yours is £ busy schedule, there's no need to become Involved in the private affairs of those with whom ycu have only casual dealings. But It's still possible to soften the edges of your personality with a bit of warmth and graciousnesa. WADE H. LEE Ward One Alderman Turn To Page 5 Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Guesls Ptav night with members at the C1B club when Mrs. Le-.\ls Henderson was hostess for the group's weekly meeting. 1 Mrs Jo.-ejih W. Mcllaney, Mrs ! . . jor Fvi^rd and Mrs, Jamrs Rogers first honors for the most authentic , were ihe inmsts lor ihe event, Chry- ; costume. i j-nmhcmmns u-ere set about the en- j The hostess was a.«irlert In serv- ; tortninmte rooms nnd In the bridge! tng a sandwich pbte by Mrs. J. C. I game Miss Vera Goodrich won high) Eubanks. i STOIC and Mrs. MrHancy second i Mr. and Mis. Stone, who rfcenily : hish. Bvidao honors went to Mrs. | moved tu BUthevillp from \YTH Evrarci. Memphis. v.cre the club's onlv , Mis. Henderson 5C rvcd a denser! guests. cmirso. Hoppy's brand new cowboy boots! Sea our toloilul i»l«tlion in ill mm. They're really handsome! And they'll tail for a long time because they're made by Acme! FAMILY SHOE STORE '£ Phone 2342 §=ip=3U W. beige illusion snake on Town & Country Shoes A new trick of perspective. We take beige snakeskin the color of your sheerest stockings and use it on dark calf or suede to give your foot a tiny look. It subtracts from the size, and adds to the fashion. See it now on red calf with matching bag at your Family Shoe Store. Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phont 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY ^^^ Make the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters V\JcMn-ooli J i=§ FAMILY SHOE STORE W. 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