The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 30, 1952
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PAGE FOUR CXAJKIEH WEDNESDAY, APRIL W, 1991 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Joe E. Elkins To Claim Luxora Bride in June Mr. and Mis. Murray L. Richardson of Luxora announce the engagement, and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mur], to Joe Evans Elkins. He is the son of Mrs. Orville O. Elkins and the lote Mr. Elkins. Miss Richardson attended I/nxora High School where she was F.H.A. County Sweetheart. She was "Miss Merry Christmas" ill the Christmas parade In Osccoln. Mr. Elkins Is a graduate of Ely- iheville High School, where he was active in extra curriciilar actlrltku. He is now engager! In farming, The wedding will Lake place June 4. Plantation Home Scene of Club In the newly-completed plantation home of Mrs..,E. L. Hale, Mrs. Jack Hale entertained the members ol Trl-Town Bridge Club yesterday, with a one p.m. luncheon. Centering the dining table at whtch the guests were sealed was a spring bouquet of pink rose buds and greenery, interspersed with blue blossoms. Crs; Charles Afllick, Jr., Mrs. Coleman Stevens, and Mrs. Dick While were guests of the club. In the bridge games that followed, Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Stevens were winners of first, and second prizes. Pink and blue bouquets were used throughout the entertaining rooms, carrying out the motif. BETROTHEDf — Miss Mui' Richardson will become the bride of Joe Evans Eikins, it was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray L. Richardson of Luxora. He is the son of'Mrs. Orville 0. Elkins and the late Jlr, Elkins. The wedding will be solemnized June 4. (Photo Hy Fa ughl) Toddlers' Sew-Simples Mr, and Mrs. Tulas Davis of Slkes- lon, who had been called here because of the sudden Illness of his father, R. E. Davis, have taken him to hit home in Lone Oak where his condition is said to be improved. Mrs. E. A. Hale or Marion, Ark., is the guest of Mrs. J. G Sudhury, Billy Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs, '\ Dill Walters of Osccola. was rushed to a Memphis hospital yesterday after h ebccame ill while In school. Details of his condition were not available this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Powell of Lambert, Miss., announce the birth of their fourth child yesterday. He l>as been named Gary Paul. She Is the former MJsi Lavernne Norton and both are former Blytheville residents. Mrs. L. O. Wilson of Manila Is the guest of Mrs. Mary Lyon and WMU Hoick Meeting at Church The Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church of Gosnell yesterday at the church. A round-table discussion was conducted. Meeting was opened with the repeating ol the WMU watch word in unison. The group sang "All Hail the Power" which was followed by the program, "Ilawallans Are Americans, Too". Mrs, Marie Mottcr presented a devotional. Those taking part on program we re M rs, Thomas Via, Mrs. C. A. Moody, Mrs. Marcus Wilkerson, Mrs. F. E. Lucius, Mrs. Jack Moody, Mrs. Ira .Jones, Mrs. Robert Wll- Hams, Mrs. Tom Grimes, Prayer by Mrs, Paul HimphiH dismissed the 15 members, A salad plate and iced driiiks were served. Mri. Neal Gesell Is -lostes* to LaPetite LaPetlte Club met In th« home of Mrs. Neal G*Mll yesterday for their weekly meeting, Spring bouquets of mixed blooms were uied throughout the' entertaining rooms. Taking top honors was Mrs. Eric Whitley. second went to Mrs J. P. Montandon and Mrs. Jim Rich! •.von bridgo. Mr, and Mrs Howard CaldweM In tlie May Day festivities at WondoHalsell Becomes Bride In Piggott Mrs. Wandn Halscll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam BoliuKer of j Manila, became the bride ol H. E.I Green' April 23 In Piggott. He is! the son ol Mr. and Mrs. A. A. ! Oreen of Slcele. | Judge French officiated in the! single ring ceremony. Mrs, Green chose for her marriage R suit, of navy with which she wore navy accessories. A shoulder arrangement of white carnations completed her attire. Mrs. Hilda Garner was the only attendant. She was dressed in a suit of gray with blue accessories. Mr. Oreen Is engaged In farming in Stcele and Mrs. Green Is employed at Charley's Beauty shop. The couple Is at home at 1321 West Walnut. 84T6 4 mot. - 4 yn. By Sue Burnett ' Adorable little togs for small fry that are such fun to scW, so practical to take core of. Sister has a dress and undies; brother wears a side-buttoning sunsuit. Pattern No. 8416 Is a acw-rltc perforated pattern in sizes 6 months, 1 2, 3. 4 years. Size 1. dress, Hi yards of 38-Inch; underwear. Hi yards; sunsuit, 's yard. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, ymir name, address, size desired, anrt the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. III. Send 25 cents today tor your copy of Basic FASHION '52. It shows you hew to make your wardrobe do double duty with economical, timesaving styles. Gift, pattern printed inside. 25 cents. Calvary Baptist Women Have Business Meeting A monthly business meeting of the Women's Missionary Union was conducted at Cnlvary Baptist Church Monday with Mrs. II. J. Fondren presiding over the business. Monthly reports were given by committee chairmen nnd olli- cers. Mrs. Jimmy Oarner has been named to be Junior Girl's Auxiliary counselor and Mrs. Tom Smalley, community missions chairman. Plans were tn.-Kje for n Ijnnqut 1 ! to be given in honor of the Calvary Baptist members of the 1052 graduating class of BlythcvltlG Uleli School. The banquet, scheduled for May 12. to be given for the Girls Auxiliary was discussed. Mrs. T. C. Hopper presented n devotional which was token from the Bonk of John, and Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson dismissed the group with prayer. Annual Spring Concert To Be Presented The Spring Concert featuring the HiRll School Choir. Beginning Chnir and Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs will be presented in the Blytheville Hlsh School Auditorium at 8 p.m. tomorrow. The concert will be under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry and accompanists will be Emily Damon and Sue Jobe. The HlBh School Choir, which has 18 members, will present "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God," "Praise Yc The Lord." "May Day Carol," and other selections. The 4G-mcmbcr Boys' Glee Club will present, among others, "Okla- homa.V and "Res' My Shoes.' "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and many others will lie presented by Ihe Beginning Choir, which Is made up of 56 pupils. Climaxing the program will be the High School Choir's singing of "Russian Picnic," featuring Jlmmle Culbcrlson. "Two Guitars," "v.inka 'n' Tanka." featuring Mnry Ann Henry, Patsy Calvert and Jlmmle Culbcrtson, nnd the "Pawpaw Patch." Officers for this school year have been Jimmte Cnluertson. president; Sally Trleschman. vice president: Jimrnfe ilorner. secretary; Martha Nichols, treasurer. Officers for the coming year will be Tommy Harrison, president: Merry Nell Lane, vice president: Peggy Taylor, secretary; and---Jo Ann Earls, l-reas- Faculty BMiitants of Ihe Choi are W. D. Tnmmcy. Miss Cecil Cas- tirty anrt Miss Frances Bowen. Mary Washington College of the University of Virginia, the maypole dance will be accompanied by the college orchostia under the baton of Ronald W. Faulkner of the Music department. MLss Maureen Norrls, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Norrls and a sophomore, is a member of the orchestra. Cornelius Mason, son of Mrs Nora T. Davis, is home for a few days. He is with Beclucl's Construction Co., and has Just returned from Iraq, He will leave for Connecticut in several days Mrs. Gerald Hancock Is spending this week In Black Oak. with her uncle and aunt, ihe nev. and Mrs. Hal Goliop. Becky and Susan Boone, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Boon, ol Jackson, Tenn.. are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. V. G. Holland. W. J. Wunrterlich, Jr., son of Mrs. 'Donna Wunderlich. who ttends Columbia Military Acarte- , Columbia. Tenn, has been com nissloned Captain, in charge of lompany "C". He will be home for ne week end. Capt. and Mrs. James I? Rcedcr nnoimce the birth of a son. ycs- crday. He has been named Phillip Bradley. They make their home Georgia where Cnpt. Reeder Miss Hubbarcl Is Hostess to YWA Miss Lucflfe Hubbard was hostess Monday night to the Young Women's Association of the First Bap- list Church, six members and one guest were present. Meeting v;as opened with prayer y Miss Lunelle Overman. Miss June Buchannon presented and hac iharge of the program, "Hawaiian Harvest," which was taken from the "Window". The closing prayer was given by Miss Maxine Hill. R?freshments were served by ihe hostess. Mrs. Wiclner Hostess To Methodist WSCS Mrs. Jess Wldncr was hostsss to members of the Women's Society o( Christian Service nf the Wesley Memorial Methodist. Church Monday at her home, with six in attendance. This was a monthly business meeting in which no pros ram was presented. The meeting was closed with iiraycr. Refreshments were served hy thr hostess after the meeting. Huffman Baplisl Mas Royal Service Program A Royal Service Program was liclri nl the Huffman Baptist Church Monday when the Women's Missionary Union met. Mrs. Harry Law-son presided over the business atid the program \vns opened with Rrcuip sinBinj;. Mrs. Jody Hicks gave a devotional. Mrs Rex Hughrs had charge ol the program, and those who had parts were Mrs Fay Gulp. Mrs Dudley McDaniel. Mrs. Reglnolri OPEN HOUSE win A sen USROYAL MASTERS TRY YOUR LUCK! FOR EVERYONE • ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES PIUS MANY OTHER FREE PRIZES • BALLOONS FOR THE KIDDIES' McCAUL TIRE STORE So. Highway 61 Blytheville, Ark. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times at Fort Benning, and other son. Jimmie. Mrs tationcri WE* one n. L. Rcedcr will spend the week nd In Fort Benning. Ga.. ns guest f her son and family. Grarty Magee will arrive Sahir- lay for a 10-day leave from the Vnvy Trnlnlng -Center in Sat 5icgo. The nev. and Mrs. G. D Ungec anrt Mrs. Grndy Magee wil meet him In Memphis, and accom- aany him home. Mr, and Mrs. R. O, Prieke h.i cone to Lake Village, Ark., to make heir home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Wright of Madern, Calif., are parent.-; of ,uin hoys bora yestei-dny. Mr=,. .Vright Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ted Ear). fonncrJ.v of BJythe- vllle, and granddaughter of Mr. ml Mrs. Pleas secoy, formerly o/ BlytheviHe. Mrs. G. W: Dilahunty will leave today for Lawrence, Kan. where ••he will visit her daughter. Mrs. O. Barber and Mr. Barber. AI the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismtsed: Mrs. C. M/Burlcson, Dell Mrs. James Creasey and Osecola baby, Baby John Lee, City Mrs. C. D. Brewer and baby, Airbase Mrs. J. H. Weatherby, Rt. 3. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. School Hall Is Scene Of Altar Society Meeting The Altar Society of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church held a meeting in the school hall Monday. In the absence of Mrs. R. J. McKinnon, president, Mrs. J. F. Montandon. presided. The society, ns a body will receive Holy communion on Sunday 'morning. Mrs. Frank Wagner and Mrs. Lloyd Wise were hostesses for the occasion. Attendance prize* went to Mrs. C. V. Brannon. Coming Events Thursday Euzelfan Class of First Baptist, Church meets with Mrs. W. W. Mitchell at 1320 ChicbaEawba. Mid-WMk Club meets at the home of Mrs. W. L. Korner. Mrs. MelvLn Hahell hostess to LaNueve. Thursday Club meets at the Country Club. Mrs. F. B. Joyncr entertains Thursday Contract. Thursday Rook Club entertained by Mrs. Neville Blakemore. CoronaUon Held At the Baptist, church Wednes-1 day evening, coronation ceremonies were held lor the king and queen of the Intermediate and Young People's classes In the Baptist Training Union. Preceding the coronation, Suriday School Superintendent Roy Henry gave the devotional followed by a brief address by R. Williams, Summy Kenley defined "A Version of Heaven" as interpreted by the Rev. Fred Boren, the author. Wearing red and -,vhit« satin capes, Moiidu Duvall and Lee Roy Henry were presented crowns which were carried on white satin pillows by little Miss Catherine Taylor and Michael Jones. Little Martha Braswell offered a bouquet of carnations to the queen fotowed by the coronation by the Rev. Mr. Borcn. Following the coronation, a banquet was held in the dining room of the high school, The king and queen selections £IytheviUe meets. Duplicate League Kibitzer Club meets at the home of Mrs. Charles Afflict. The home department of the Woman's CUib has regular home meet- Six Table Howell Game Played by League A sEx-tablc Howell movement was played by the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League last, night. TakinR top honors were Mrs. Rusctl Phillips, and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. In second place, were Dr. H. C. Sims, and Harry W. Halnes Mrs- Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Dick Beale won third. Mrs. Cvigger Hostess To Tuesday Bridge Club Mrs. Charles Crigger was hostess yesterday to members of her club for a 2 p.m. luncheon. The Tuesday Bridge Club was seated at the riin- inz table which was centered witn a bouquet of tulips and daisies In the bridge game followdij?, Mrs. C. M. Smart look top honors and Mrs. Jesse Taylor was second Hughes, Mrs. Oeorge Terry and Mrs- R. L. Adkiuson. Mrs. Lawson ed a prayer and Mrs. Lonnle Baty dismissed the group with prayer. Marriage Licenses The following couple this morn- Ing obtained a marriage license at the office of the county court clerk. Airs. Elizabeth BJylhe Parker: William L. Newman and Mrs, Irene Warren, both of Centralia ; Illinois. WED-THURS-FRI! 3 Big Days! LAST TI.MKS TOMTE PAL MTKS 2 Tor Price of 1 Ciirtimn & Comedy THURS.-FRI. 1'nl Nitcs! 2 Tor Price of 1 KEUY-O'CONNOR-REYNOLDS IINOIN 1 WI1M t DOI1N 1CNO Him -in'...'Yotf Ar« My lutkr .M..M I., «.-....rf m W™,.'( fh« M.G.M Rrtordl Albiwil Plus: Para mount News. Cartoon & Novell v Reel RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Marion Kochlcr & Family Mr. & Mrs. Frnnk Douglas ing, at 2:30 p.m, Young Women's Association of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. R. W. Woolen. 638 Lake, ac :30 p.m. Friday Chapter "N" of PEO meets with Vtrs. C. M. Smart at 2 p.m. Sunday Zcta Chapter of Delta Kappa 3amma entertains retired teacheis if Mississippi County and future eachers of the County in the home Mrs. Otis Sheppard from 2 'ill were based on the percentage of points earned through Sunday School and Traihing Union activities and attendance at prayer serv ices. Women's Club MecU The Federated Women's Club had their business meeting Thursday tTight, the new date set for future club meetings. Right members were present to complete plans for entertaining 5onie 40 members of the Holland Band May 2. There was also a discussion of the club's sponsoring a Girl Scout troop in Ihe late summer. This was the occasion lor the election of officers with the following results: president, Mrs. Vorls the need arises. Scout* Take Part In Fair The Holland Boy Scout troop participated in the "Scouting m Action" Fair held at Caruthersvllla Saturday. The troop set up their display during the morning then took part in B parade, The troop's project In the expo* sition was Outdoor Sports. ThU project was divided Into two parts, angling and markmanship. Casting rods, fishing canes and different types of guns were on display. Demonstrations in casting and mark- manship were given by Tony Littk and Joe Byron Holly. Attend FFA Meet Clifton Walker accompanied four FFA delegates to the annual State Convention in Columbia Thursday where Mervel Jones received his state farmer's degree. This degre* entitles him to wear the gold emblem charm. The other delegates were PYcddie Swindle, Joseph Little and Sammy Kenley. Personals R- E. L. Smith is in ft hospital in Nashville. Tenn., where he wa* taken suddenly ill while visiting a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Drummond, and family, with him are his wife nnd daughter, Mrs, Workman; president, Mrs. 'hocolate Bunnies March Before Easter NEW YORK «P)—The Easter Parade really gets started before Ihristmas. That's when leading Sam Kenley; secretary, Mrs. Clovis Fowler; treasurer, Mrs. Byron Holly. These officials will take office in September. Purchase Drug Store Mews in the business district: Mr. and Mrs. A. M Parker of Kciser, Ark., recently purchased the Holland Drug Store from J. H. Hughes, who i.s now operator of the Hi-way 61 Drug Store in Blytheville, and also one on East Main there. Mr. Parker, a registered pharmacist, has been associated with the Keiser drug firm for the past 10 years. The Parkers have one daughter and plan to operate the store themselves with the help of Kenneth Collins, who hns been employed in this establishment for several years. In the school: Members of the Holland High candy manufacturers start pro- 1 School senior class spent Saturday duction lines for the millions of h v °rM"g.'« various business estab- chocolate bunnies "that youngsters | Hshments of Holland and Stcele, will see the morning of April 13. One local "hatchery" (Rockwood> is sending out more than IO.OCO,- 000 Easter pieces this year including Tnis was orgaiiized anc promoted for a three-fold purpose To aid the seniors' fund raising campaign, to enable the seniors to Oma Smith, who will remain until he is better. - Visiting Mr. and Mrs, T. E. Wilklns Sunday were Mr. and Mrs A. M. Wilklns and Mrs J c Wilklns' of Hornersvillc and Mr. and Mrs. Russcl Wilklns ol Ken. nett. Pvt. Max Sherwood of Fort Bcnning. Ga.. arrived Thursday to spend a week with his parents,,! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherwood. Tiles- ' day Pvt. Sherwood and Mrs. Sherwood were in Memphis to visit their aunt and sister, Mrs. Price Tatem. In Hoi Springs for two weeks are Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds. The condition of Sam Hicks, who recently fell from n truck injuring his right side and a hand, is improving. Mrs. Hick's condition remains unchanged. She suffered from a stroke four years ago. Junior Should Help Do Dishes—H He Will CHICAGO M't— Child psychologists overwhelmingly agree that little Jchnnie ehouid help with the dishes. This depressing fact for the younger set ccmes to light as the result of a nation-wide survey by the parent's consuJlation service of the Book House for Children. Eighty-eight per cent of the 2^8 r.sycholcgists quizzed said little boys should be expected to do gim- •ple domestic chores. The only ray of hope lay in a small number of psychologists who thought more masculine choi 7 . et a, standing rabbits'holding eggs. E«in actual working experience and ' shcu y be M Eisncd particularly sitting .jack rabbits, hens on the '° ^'™ '^ co-operating business a (Whcre lhen , was a mt , e sU , er a . nesCr'obsters and dolls. It's quite j ^ cod ds - v ' 3 «' orfc a trick to make them especially to | This plan has been received fa- make them hollow. I vorably from the public and much How is it done? You fill the mold half full and then for half an hour you rotate it while moving it through a refrigerated tunnel. The chocolate sticks to the chilled sides pf the mold. At the end of thfe tunnel you open the mold fcnd out pops your Easter bunny. enthusiasm was exhibited by the seniors. At least one of the seniors has been retained as a ragu- ~found to help with tlic dishes. Black or dark skin acts as a trap for the sun's rays, catching the incoming heat at the surface, thus lar employee. One other has been I preventing its penetration to deep- employed on a part-time basis and. er body tissues where H might cause several arc in line for work when' cause damage. You're fashion's dream-irl in CliausoneLte . . • 'A firm, young, rounded silhouette is fashion's i<Jcal — and Chanson- ellft gi\c* you exactly thai! Circular stitching rounds those precious curve* of yours; spoked- center cups pive wonderful ao rentuaiion! Choose Cliansonetle* today in your fa\orile fabric ..« •Rfrt-.s.^r.oj. from 2. 00 "Nylon — 2^.50 Clara's Shop •11 B \V. Main — Blylheville The pick of the ITS ..j *. Whit and Pastel FLATS 01 (Mn In Other Styles 2.95 Up. V CHARM Sun your tort In our eeel, flattering 'iSowolP »andal» .-„ •very n*w typ«, broid«d !«athenl icarf-lie ankUlsl bouncy crtpt »l«t twing .trop«! So fr«S in Whit« imooth Itorhtr* brigM orongii, r»dt. ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE Repairing — Cleaning — Dyelni 121 W. Main Dial 3i4»

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