The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUB BT/jrTHEVTLLE (ARK.)" COURTER HEWS MAT 8, 19W Jane SheJton, Society Editor Miss Sample Weds In Evening Ceremony In * double ring ceremony last night at 7:30 p.m. Miss Floy Aim Sample, daughter of Mrs. Vclma E. Sample and VI. G. Sample, became the bride of Asa Mark Yates of Blythevllle. son of Mrs. Izetta Schrand of Miller City, 111. The Rev. E. C. Brown of the First Baptist Church officiated at the exchange of nuptial vows at his home. Bouquets of pastel hued spring flowers were arranged throughout the home. Miss Mary Gray attended the bride as maid of honor. Miss Gray was dressed In a suit of navy blue gaberdine with which she wore brown accessories. She pinned gardenias at her shoulrter. The bride chose a ?rcen and white checked printzc style suit and wore brown and white accessories in complement. Her wedding flowers were brown cynbidlum orchids. Loops of brown satin trimmed the shoulder arrangement. Bill Reagan attended Mr. Yates as best man. Mrs. Sample chose for her daughter's wedding a black frock with black accessories. She pinned gardenias at her shoulder. Immediately following the ceremony, Mr. Yates and his bride left mi a" wedding irip to Illinois. Afterwards, they will be at home at 108 Dougan in Blythevllle. • » » Desert Bridge Honors La Nueve, Five Guests ' Suggestive of the profusion of blooming spring flowers, were the decorations and table appointments used throughout the dessert bridge yesterday-honoring members of La Ne'iive and five guests. Mrs. Jack Hale was hostess to the group at her home on Flat Lake Road. Guests attending were Mrs. Jack Clmmblin, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr., Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mrs. Robert McHaney and Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr., of Stcele. \ As each guest arrived, she was presented a corsage of colorful pan- sles. ; ' Tiny, pink carnations, placed In bud bases, topped the individual tables at which the guests were seated. Arrangements of Dutch Iris, gladioli, pansles and other spring blossoms were placed throughout the entertaining rooms of the Hale home. Further emphasizing the chosen theme were the hand painted tallies of spring flowers, which were used. In the bridge game, high score •was won by Mrs. McHaney. with Mrs. ClmmbUn winning second high. • • • Mrs. Reid Hostess For Luncheon Bridge Hoses, floating In crystal vases, topped: the dining table and were placed''throughout the Max Reid h o m e yesterday for the weekly luncheon bridge meeting of the Tuesday club. Following the. luncheon, the remainder of the afternoon was spent in playing bridge with high score being won by Mrs. Doyle Hencler- Bits of News 5on and second high, by Mrs. C. Hlgginson. W. PRETTY HOUSECOAT —Courier Neu's I'liofo MODELS AT LEACIIVH.LE SHOW-Miss Justine Church, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Church, ST., models a colorful cotton casua at Leachvllle's cotton fashion show. More than 700 persons attended th style show and more were turned away last night. Sorority Conducts Model Meeting A model meeting ol the Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsllon Sigma Alpha sorority was held lost night at the home of Miss Frances Jones. Five prospective pledges were guests of the chapter. MLss Butonne Jaggers, president. presided over the business session after which Mrs. Ray Swlney spoke to the group concerning the mean- isg of- Epsllon - Sigma Alpha . .She discussed the activities of the local chapter and the national organization. '-'' Following adjournment. Miss Jones served refreshments. -. * * * Two Guests Attend TIE Club Meeting Two guests, Mrs. Sam Sykes and Mrs. Marine Turner, were Invited to meet with members of the TLE Club last night at the William .ambert home, when Mrs. Lambert was hostess for the weekly mcctinrj. Preceding the game, the hostess served a dessert course. Low bowls, brimming with roses and greenery, were set at Intervals in the home. High score was won by Mrs. Sykes, with Mrs Jerry Scrape winning second high and Mrs. Herman Turner, bridge. * » • Mrs. Lane Is Guest With La Petite Club Mrs. John Lane was guest ycs- terdny with members of La petite Club when Mrs. Eric Whitlcy was hostess at her home for the weekly dessert bridge. Arrangements of spring blossoms were placed in the room in which the club and guest were sealed. High score was won by Mrs. Whit- Icy, second hiph by Mrs. Lane am bridge by Mrs. Phillips Robinson Tn-To\vn Meets; Mrs. Terry Hostess Gladioli and scarlet carnation intermingled in greenery, decorated the entertaining room of the James Terry home yesterday for the ' :> eek- ly dessert bridge meeting of the Ti'I-Town 'Club. Mrs. Worth Holder won high s^ore and Mrs. Gene Teaford, second high and brlctgo during the bridge gamp, Mrs. Terry also served iced tiring. Mrs, <?. G. Redman returned yesterday from Lexington, Va., where she had been visiting her son, c, G. Redman, Jr., who is a student at Virginia Military Institute there. P,frs, Alfred Williams is spending today in Memphis where she Is visiting Mr. Williams, who Is a patient at Campbell's Clinic. Mr. Wil- arns, who is In Room 418, is undcr- oing treatment for a back injury Mrs. E. M. Terry is visiting In fcmphls as guest of her daughter Irs. A. H. Wctenkamp. Mr. We ten- amp and daughter. Terry, Jamc.s Martin was returned to hi: ome on Ash Street today from lemphis Baptist Hospital, when e recently underwent an operation Ms mother, Airs. Buford Martin •ho has been in Memphis wltl im, also returned. Mrs. H. 13. Vaughan of St, Louis ponding several days here ns gitcs f her mother-in-law, Mrs. Ad; rate. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Warren an lOiince the birth of a son May 1 he home of Mrs. Warren's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gilliam. Th •aby, who is their second child, ha Kit teen named. Mr.s. Warren is Ih Former Miss Joyce Gilliain. Mrs, W. E. Cherry has returne icm Chaffec, Mo., whore she spci several dfiys as guest of Mrs. H. C Montgomery. Mr.s. W, O. Guerln or ito&wcll.' N. M., will arrive Thursday to visit her daughter, Mr.s. James Terry and other relatives. Mrs. Terry and children will moot Mrs. Ouerin in Memphis for tlie trip to Blythcville. Mr.s. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. W. A. Afflick will leave in lite morning for St. Louis for several days visit, | Mr. and Mrs. WiUmm C. Gilliam j announce the birth of a son April i 24 at the home of Mr, and Mrs. J, C. Houston on Camp Moultne Drive. The baby, who Is their second child, has been named Donald Calvin. Mrs. GiUiam is the former Miss Lilly Howard. Miss Roberta lirjiccy. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bracey of Blytheville, has been elects:! assistant secretary for Chi Omega sorority at Mississippi Southern. Hattiesburg, for 1950-51, it is announced today. Miss Bracey !s a freshman. Miss Warren Black will arrive'to- morrow from her home in VIcks- bur?. Miss., to spend a month ,as guest of her son, P. E. Black and Mrs. Black. Condition of Mrs. J. C. Droke, who recently underwent a major operation at Blythcville Hospital," is reported satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Oval Warren of Turrell have returned to their home after visiting in Blythevillc as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Gilliam. Mrs. C. C. McDnnaki left today for her home in Wagoner, Okla., after a week's visit in IBlythevlIlR as guest of her sister, Mrs. Jenny Wai- Three Easy Steps _ .. Pedkiire I, Soapy scrub puU toes in the pink 3. Cream massage smooths rough SKIM 'c '•our Mi it co Resident* Take Scottish Rite Four from Mississippi County ar« ncluded In the class of 225 camll- lates for the 32nd degree to be In- lucled today as a feature of the Scottish Rite Bodies spring reunion, >e!ng conducted at the Albert Pike rfcmorlal Temple. The event opened Monday and was scheduled to end tonight. The 'our from Mississippi County seek- ng Induction are: Jesse Litt Westbrook, Jr., James Nelson Parks, and William Lee Walker, all of Blythe- vllle, and John Gay Cowan of Osceola. Masons from all over the state are attending the three day reunion. The Pony Express began easfsj west operations through Utah Irv 1860. JAYNE) F-WtaHeh M/P1KWIMS (You may b«e diwi and Ml be* it) menttn? recta t ilcrt are alien U'H- Ule tiKtis of Pin-Worms...uzly parasites that medical experts say fnlcst one out of event three pcr- eons examined. Entire famines may b«-victims and not know it. To eel rid ot Pin-Worms, these posts must not only bp killed, but killed in the Targe intestine whore they Jive anil multiply. i'Jint'« t-x~ aclly what Jaynv'xl'-W Lab lets do ... and here's bow they do it: Firtt—* scientific coiling-* carries the tablets Into the bowvls before they dissolve. Then— Jayne'j modern, medically-approved in* credipnt goes right ta work — tiU* Pin-Worms quickly and easily. Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition. At the urstreien of Pin- Worms. eEk your J tiru«Sfist' for Genuine J«Tne'*I*-W Vermifuge.. • the email, easy-to-take tablets perfected by famous Dr. D. Jayne ft Ron, specialists in worm remedies for over 100 years. Golden Clippers worn by The "dancer make a. gleaming ^showcase for perfectly pedicured toes. ker. Mr.s. Walker accompanied her Al Trie Walls Dismissed: Mrs. T. I. Hospital Tinker, and bitby, Cit Auxiliary Has Regular Meet The program, "Religions Patterns in the Japan of Today," was presented members of the Woman's Auxiliary to the National Council of St. tephen's Episcopal Church nt the leeiing held Monday afternoon at he home of Mrs. O. O- Hardaway. Irs. Harold Nunn met as a new lembor with the group. Mrs. J. D. McDowell presented lie devotional followed by the pro- rnni, which was directed by Mrs. ohii P. Fields. In an election of officers for the 950-51 session Mrs. J. LeRoy Hurtles ton was re-electee! president. Other officers named were Mrs. Fields, renamed vice-president; Mrs. H. B. Hichardson, secretary; Mrs. \ndrew Moses, treasurer; and Mrs. Richard Becker, corresponding sec- et^ry. The benediction was pronounced jy Mrs. McDowell. Following adjournment, Mrs Tardaway -served refreshments. 25-Year PTA Member Sought A request is being made today by Mrs. Herbert N. Swearoneen Sr.. senior htijh si:hool PTA publicity chairman, lor nil/one v,'ho is a PTA member and has been for twenty-rive consecutive years conlnct her. sister to Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Tinker announce the birth of a daughter. Friday, April 28, at Walls Hospital. The baby has been named Suiulra Kay and is their tirst child. Mrs. Tinker Is the former MLss Marga- ct Yerby. Condition of Jce Ramcy. who suf- creci n heart attack yesterday, is eported improved. Ho is confined Walls Hospital. A major crime uns committee' in the U.S. every 18 seconds ii 19IU. Auxiliary Attends onesboro Meet Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Alpha Alpha Chapter ot Beta Sigma Phi meets with Miss Luella Barnes at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Ramon Morton, co-hostess. Thursday Mrs. J C. Ellis ho,st«ss to Octette Club. Mrs. Taft Metzcr hostess to Armorel HD Olub. Thursday Rook meets with Mrs. Harold Ilinson. Clinic for pre-school children to enter Sudbury School for 1950-51 session held from 1 to 2 p.m. nt the Mississippi County Health Unit. Mrs. Theodore Logan hostess to Double Four Club. Mrs. Hugh Gentry entertains Avalun Bunco. Thursday Club meets at the Country Club for luncheon bridge. Mrs. P. U. Foster hostess to Thursday Contract Club. Friday Mrs. T. H. Haynes and Mrs. N. W. Drigham hostesses to the Dor- Sunday School First Baptist Church, at-rthe Russell C. Farr home, ' "' ' ' at 2:30 p.m. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at Hotel Noble at 2:30 p.m. Chapter "N" of PEG Sisterhood meets with Mrs. Riley Jones at 1 p.m. Mrs. J. W. Adams co-hostess. Bonnie Jean ami Mary Agnes Peeples hostess to the Young People's Training Union of Calvary Baptist Church at their home, 2113 Kthvartis, at T.30 p.m. Mrs. J. O. Huey entertains the Lucky Rook Club. Thirteen members of the woman's Auxiliary to the National -cimcil of St. Stephen's Episcopal :hurch were In Joncsbnro yesterday for a luncheon meeting as guests of the St. Mark's 'Women's Auxiliary. The Rev. Sheldon. Davis of the 3aod Shepherd Episcopal Church In Forrest City was principal speaker. The Rev. w. J. Fitzhugh. vicar ot i St. Stephen's find the Rev. Charles Long, missionary recently returned from China, accompanied the group. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtain?!', marriage licenses yesterday at the office oJ Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Joe Moen, Jr., and Miss Opal Russell, both of Manila. Jenk Anderson of Booth Point, Tenn., and Miss Carrie Turner of Ridgely, Tenn, Sheep in Japan, which numbered 19B.425 ill Ifl-tG. reached a total of 459.000 In 1919. Here's a lovely, easy to wear housecoat to help you enjoy moments of relaxtion. Try a dainty all over flo?;er print and trim with narrow ruffling. A shorter brunch- coat version Is provided. Pattern No. 859S is a sew-rlte perforated pattern for sizes 12, H, 1C, 18, 20; 40. 42 and 44. Size H. house-coat 8'1 yards of 39-inch. ' Don't miss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, informative, — a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion tips, a wealth ol smart frocks to sew for summer are all included. 75 cents. For these patterns, send 25 cents in COINS, for EACH pattera ordered, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, HI The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many Idea-; for • smart new wardrobe. Special fabrie edition — more American Designer Originals — easy to sew styles — gilt pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. *SILLY, ISN'T IT--WHEN ^N ELECTRICIAN COULD IMSTALL WALL SOCKETS SO EASILY?* Don't overload your electric <ircults. When you build or modernize provide ADEQUATE WIRING. Ark-Mo Power Co. Ritz Shows Now at Roxy DAY SPECIAL! MOTHER'S ON CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS United insurance Agency Sheer, Clear, First Quality 51 GAUGE 15 DENIER Wifrh the Courfs Chancery Margaret, Smith Potter vs. Roland Potter, suit lor divorce. B!,YT11EVTLI,E FLOWER MART Memphis Iliwij I'hone 60UZ REG. $1.00 PAIR Roxy Shows Now at Gem — e— While Ihe KIT/. THEATRE Is „„. Thc Gcm Theatre will b« open cler cunsliuclinn this summer, you every night nith continuous c:ui enjoy your best pictures at shows on Saturday and Sunday. UOXY THKATUI-: where we have just Installed AIR CONDITIONING. We will run CONTINUOUS SHOWS every day in the week Last Times Today Selcc'.cil Shorts Thursday & Friday Paramount News Aril Kclfctcri Sbnrlt Last Times Tod;iy — Double Feature — • The Great Sinner' with Gregory Peck Thursday & Friday —DOUBLE FKA'fUltE— LEO CORCEYd BOWERY —rr.us— "KISS IN THE DARK' with Jane Wyman and David Xivcn lovely pins For Ihot new Spring oulfit. Bright, colorful pieces, many sot with stones. Buy several — sovel See Ihe Lovely Selection of New Si'immer "Jewels by Trifari" ft of Course! DHEIFLS Met! DmTm . . . Wear llianmnds llli MM \l\l\ ITOMI HI HHHOt, MimnllU •« STWWJM 3 PAIRS - - - *2 29 Full fashioned for smoother tit. Flatteringly sheer yet strong enough for all practical wear. All new spring shades. Sizes 8'/2 to IO T /j. Perfect for a welcome Mother's Day gift! Doors Open Thurs. 9 a.m. Blytheyille, Ark.

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