The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 28, 1952
Page 3
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JAGE FOUR _ BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER Pat Mulling, Society Editor New* Phone 4461 Claude E. Sparks To Take Alabama Bride in June Mr and Mrs. Fred W. Weldy of Montgomery, Ala., announce, the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Anne Merle, to Claude E. Sparks, jr. He K the son of Mr. and Mrs Claude E Sparks, Sr, of Jonesboro The bride-clect has attended* Alabama College at Montevallo Ala, for the past three years where she is affiliated with Kappa p) honorary art fraternity. Mr. Sparks was graduated from the University of Missouri where he received his bachelor of journal- urn degree. He is a member of Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic fraternity, and Tau Kappa Epsilon, social fraternity For the past two years, he has been telegraph editor of the Courier News. They will be married June 21 at Capitol Heights Methodist Church in Montgomery. Beta Sigma Phi Has Ceremony The ritual of JeweJs ceremony for the Alpha Delta Chapter o! Beta Sigma Phi was held at the home of Mrs. Dick Watson on Parkway Drive Friday. Initiated in the ritual of Jewels ceremony were Mrs. w. M. Jonta Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mrs. Alice Kelly. Those pledged In the plcdce ritual were Mrs. Orlie Parker and Mrs Elmer Stone. Following the ceremony, the hostess served punch and cnke from a table overlaid In white linen and centered with the sorority flower, a bowl of yellow roses. Bright Color For Trim By Sue Burnett A "must" in your vacation plans —simple, practical sundress with youthful, slim lines. And for cover- up. 'a smart fitted jacket with double roiv of buttons, bright contrasting collar. Pattern No. S270 is a sevv-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14. 16. 18. 20; 40. 42. Size H. dress. 3 yards of 39-inch; jacket, 1"; yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 375 Quincy Street. Chicago 6 III Ra.'ic FASHION for '52 is filled vvifh ideas t« make your clothes buctecl 20 further— time-ravine and economical desisns that are c.isy lo sf\v. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 tents. MISS AXKK WEMIV TO WKI)-Miss Anne Merle Weldy will wed Claude B. Sparks, Jr., in a June ceremony, it was announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred w. Weldy of Montgomery Ala He I the son of M, and Mr, Claude E. spark,, S,. of Jonesboro. The wed- Mo"ntgTmery. ^ '" "" CaP ' tol " Sondra Lunsford Feted at Shower In a setting of plnlt and white Mrs. Boyce Moore was hostess to Miss Sondra Lunsford. bride-elect of Denny Byrum, Saturday at a one p.m. luncheon. Approximately 16 guests were ' present to shower gifts oi eliver, china and crystal, in her patterns on Miss Lunsrord. Special guests were the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. J. D. Lunsford of Memphis, her grandmother, Mrs. John Moore and Mr. Byrum's mother, Mr.s ; Paul Byrum. Seated at the large table was the hrirte-elect, who's place was marked by a bridal miniature dressed in pink. Over laid in white linen, the table was centered with a ion spring bouquet of pink dogwood and tulips. Handmarte placccards mark ed the guests places. Miss Lunsford was attired in i printed silk afternoon gown featuring a fitted bodice with a large white picture hat. While accessor ies completed her ensemble. The hostess presented her with a corsage of pink carnations. Wednesday Is Ladies' )ay at Country Club Wednesday will be Ladies' Day it the Country Club. Luncheon will )e served at 1 p.m. which will be rollomtt by games of bridge and canasta for members of the Blythe- •ille Country club. Hostesses for the affair are Mr= Frank Grigshy, Mrs. A. E. Miller •Irs. R. C. Fair, Mrs, C. M. Smart] 'Irs. L R Cotenian. Mrs. Fred , 'leemnn, Mrs. Richard Becker Mrs j W. C. Hiesrinson. Mrs. W. J. Homer' Mrs. Walter Day and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. At the Hospitals Dlytheville Hosrlfal Dismissed: .......... Mrs. Bob CunniiiBham and baby. ms NOTICE FARMERS OUR NEW STORE HOURS For Your Convenience We're Ope n 6 a.m. Until 6:30 p.m. After Hours Call I I I I I I T „ FOK PARTS J. C. "Pappy" Wallers Bennie Cook ................ * C. E. "Mutt 1 • FCTR SERVICE Rodgers 29-10 Delta Implements, Inc. 312 Souflj 2nd Blythevillc CLIP THIS OUT Bridal Ptirty Entertained Mrs. L. H. Hays was hostess Saturday night, to the bridal party of Miss Freddie Garner and Gene Pierce. Dinner followed a rehearsal held at Trinity Baptist Church. Overlaying the table «'3.s a ivhUe cutwork cloth. The centerpiece was a miniature bride and groom standing In front of a miniature sltar, which was flanked on each side by tiny candles and bridaT wrcalh.. Miss Garner's chair \vas covered in white satin. The bride-elect chose for the occasion a rircss of pale vellnu- anci jiinned white carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. H. Simpson of Dyersbur- Tcnn.. l f the guest of her sister Mrs. Dorothy Scott, and family for several days. Mrs. Harry w. Halnes and Mls . E. B. Gee are In Memphis todav Mrs P. E. Black and Mrs. Matt Monaghan left this morning for St era" da**"* "*"' "'"' S|W " nd 6ev " Mrs. S. s. Paterson and Mrs. lfn ' r 5pent Saturclay In w. A. Afflick arc Mr. 'rind Mr& at Kentucky Lai Ing trip. * — a..M.- Mr. and Mrs. c B. Bennett and children and Mrs. Ada Tale were in Memphis Sunday to visit Mr Bennett's uncle, A. T. Bennett, who Is a patient at Kennedy iio.mila) Allan Berry, who Is a student at University of Mississippi, was week end guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Kendall Berry. The Rev. and Mrs. W. j Fit*, hllgh will have as their overnight guest tonight H. c. FUzhugh the Rev. Mr. Fitrtiup,h's brotcr. He will speak lo the Men's Club of St Ste- phcn's Episcopal Church tonight. Ted Howser Is home lor several days with his family. He is a patient at Kennedy Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. c. B. Birmingham and son. Robert, and Mrs, J. B Cunningham and Leonard Sandusky attended the funeral of Mrs Birmingham's niece, Miss Ann Doyle, yesterday in Jackson. Tenn Mr. and Mrs. Pale Hurley Mr and Mrs. Russell Williams and Mrs Genrge Via of Dyersblirg. Tenn.| were weekend visitors of Mrs. Jnko Huffman and Miss Luna Wjlhelm Mrs. Otho Martin of Holla, Mo.. Is here as the guest of Mrs S P' Martin for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Martin. Jr., spent the weekend In Memphis as guests of the .Nixon Shivle.Vs Mrs. W. N. stanton and 'Mrs. Comin .Events Monday Friendship Sunday Schcol Class of First Baptist has potluck supper at 7 p.m. " Tuesday Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church of Gosnell meets at the church at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Crigjer. Jr., Is hostess to Tuesday Bridiie Club. Tri-Town Bridge Club entertained by Mrs. Jack Hale at the home of Mrs. E. L. Hale at A.morel. Country club Duplicate meets at :lub. LaPelite entertainer! ai Hie c °" niry c ' u ' ^ Undesirables Sought DANKOK. Tfuiiland W) — The ™ a ' Ministry of interior has no- titled all provincial commissioners to be on the lookout for "undesirable aliens" who may try | Q j oin the Thai armed forces through conscription. Conscription of all males born in Thailand, even at alien parents, is compulsory at the a ?e of HD Club Tea Will Be . At Home of Mrs. Moore Because this week is National Home Demonstration Week, Home Demonstration Clubs here will have Leslie tea at the home of Mrs Moore on Friday. The Lone Oak Club wilt be host for (he affair. daughter. Barbara, who is a slu- dcnt at Gulf Park College there. Mr. and Mrs. M. r. Stewart aiiri daughter. Barbara, and sons. John and Joe, were In Poplar Bluff, Mo I for the weekend. | Marcus Evrard was In Memphis! yesterday to visit his son, Joe Ev-i rarri, Mrs. .Evrard and Infant daughter. Diane. Mrs. J. D. Lunsford of Memphis as here over the weekend to visit her mother, Mrs. John Moore and daUEhtcr. Miss Sondra Lunsford Pat Burks and Dick Hold, n-lw .ttend University of Arkansas vere the weekend guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Burks, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mr. ana Mrs. Neville. Rlakemore , have nf. their guests s/Ic jamc.5 A. Frazior and Mrs. Frazier and sen James. Jr.. of Sikestnn, Mo. S Ic Frazicr has returned from three and one-half years cverseas. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson had as their \vekend guests Mr. and Mre. D. L. Sykes of Oxford. Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Sykes of Marks, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Sykes Mrs. Clara Sykes and granddaughter, Judy, from Cape Girardeau, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker. Sr.. have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. J. R. BenUm and daughter of Little Rock, and their son. FTP/So Earl McCall Walker. Mrs. Walker Jr Mrs. Cornelius Mcdinaer is hostess to Town and Comity Club. Thursday Mid-Week Club meets at. the home of Mrs. w. L. Horncr. Mr5 ' Mclvin Halsell hostess to Thursday Club meets at the Country Club. Mrs. F. B. Joyner entertains Thursday Contract, Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Blytheville Duplicate League meet-s. Kibilzer Chib meets at the home of Mrs. Charles Afflick. in (he receiving line will be Miss ] and son Randv of B-ston Maw Phoebe Harris of Little Rock. di 5 -j FTP/So Walker" returned to Boston tnct home demonstration agent: j this morning where he will be' dis- --^...^.»u«i riiujji rt tit-Jit, , Mrs. Hazel c. Jordan, also of Little Rock, stale home demonstration T scnt; and Mrs. w. w. Grnndon of Joncsboro. president of the state council. Mrs. Fay Anderson and baby. city. Walls Hospilal Dismissed: R. E. Davis, Half Moon Elmer Graham. Steels Ca'hy Ridincs. citv. charged from the N'avv Jn May. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burks" and children returned yesterday from a vacation in San Antonio and Wai- Ac, Tex. Mrs. Guard Hostess To Provisional Members Mrs. James C. Guard was hostess in her home on Dnvis yesterday to the five provisional members of tha Bl.vtheville Junior Auxiliary To bepin their orientation pro- pam, Mrs. Guard rend tile Auxiliary Constitution and gave the history of local rh.-ipler. Mrs, Eel Tune, fcnctary. told requirements for membership and explainer! projects of Ihe chapter. Their project for the coming ye.-ir will he a school for handicapped children. Mrs. Bob Logan assisted Mrs Guard in serving refreshments to the group. Monthly Masterpm'nl Played by Duplicate A month-r masterpoinl same was played Saturday afternoon bv ihe , . Blylheville Duplicate Bridee Leaizuc A five-table - " played. Taking tojj honors were Mrs O W. McCutchen and Mrs. 3. F Norris. Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mrs. P. W. Whitner \vrre second place winners. In third place, a tie existed between Mrs. F. R. Black and Mrs C W. Afflirfc. nnd Mrs Russell Phillips and Mrs. R. F Kirshner Preffy Summer FLATS Style 31-10 • • . cool as can be, a clever crossing and Uacmg of soft padded leather strips (o let every breeze in. This will be (he shoe vou'll slip info most often. While leather, 'only 2.98 KELLEY'S . Your Friendly Shoe Store 2lfl West Main — In Rlylheville , TOSSY CREAM l)ig?l jar... now only sot T^us '« Inilnnlly stops jtfrxpiratinn odor, Checks perxpiratfan moisture! Famoii" Tii!«y Crram Dcndo- rani prolccts ymr H.-iinlincsa from morning [o night. In- Slantiy MnpR perspiration odor, checks perspiration moi<tilre. Leaves slcin smuotfi. Safe f<n normal ;Vin anrl filmfrst fan- rics. Sfays crcani>-sofl. WOODS DRUG Biythoville We Apologize! We undcrcslimiiU'd y o u r iii'ceplanre of our barbecue lasl Friday night. \Ve assure you we arc sincerely sorry and hone you will understand. U is always our inienfion (o give out- friends a good men!. If anyone was disappointed you can receive a refund by ciillinjr Mrs. Q. J. Kodgers, I'hone 2770. We promise you we will try fp be better prepared next time. We will especially fry lo have enough barbecue to take en re of the many "hulk" customers we hail lo (urn mvay. TJiiink you for your sup- iinrl kindness. ' Loke Street Methodist- Church Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission !)c & 30c At Ail Times Two Portraits Put On Single Canvas MELBOURNE, Australia -ne of the prized portraits In the Melbourne National Gallery _ ''Portrait of n Woman" bv Hllalre De BBS-IS painted on top ol the picture of another woman. Infra-red and vinlet-rav photoe- rnphy revealed the secret of the portrait, which Is valued at $8880 Only nne figure cm, be seen by the naked eye. ^Director Oaryl Lindsay of the NO MONTHLY CRp. NOT EVEN ON FIRST DAY and weak. cases , . . even on the very first and worst rtay of the monthly pedod! ' National Gallery lM p 9fhtfl j^, *as had run out o( canvas «nd hid to paint over another of his work* FHOH M-G-M! TECHNICOLOR? WALLY FOWLER _ HERE IN PERSON TOMORROW! "The All-Night Singing Man" Wnlly Fowler and the'Oak Ridge Quartet of Nashville, Tenn. and the famous Rlackwood Bros. Quartet, America's favorite singers of Gospel songs will be here in Blylheville Tuesday night. April 29. Admission: 50c and 51.00. Starts At 8P.M. American Legion Auditorium LAST TIMES TODAY —PLUS— Paramount Ncwi Cartoon Novelty Reel LAST TIMES TON1TE Double Feature of x tui«|mTj JTOLE * MIUIOI! ^^ —I'LUS— «^"*iX RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. James Gates Mr. it Mrs. Jack Rowlings Mr. Louis Lynch TUESDAY! ONE DAY ONLY! • JOYCE HOLDEH-CHARIES DRAKE -» Also Sclpclecl Shoris (USB* 1 ""ttMW n I Wflft* pl \ JN* , f< \ tfSfeOH (u \^ Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Billy Meharg Mr. vt Mrs. W. N. .McDaniel it, JOAN DMS-simiT wtts-imn iww»| i Also Metro i\c\va TI:ES.-WKD. r.M, MTKS 2 For Price of : State Certified Blue Tog D&PL 15 COTTON SEED SO^ Gcrrninnlinn. Uelintcd & Trealcd CALL Glen Cook k DKLL.AHK. 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