The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 2, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVFLLE <AKK.) COURIER NEW- FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Blythevilie Couple Wed In Little Rock Now at home In Blythcville after a wedding trip to Biloxi and other points of interest on the Gulf Coast are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Btihis Daws. She is the former Lois Flo Baleutine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Dexter C. Balentine of North Little Rock. He is (he son of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Dmvs. The wedrilng was .^olemni/ed April 20 in North Ltitle Rock in the Ant inch Chnrrh for the Deaf, with the nov. C. L, Jones officiating at the double ring ceremony, Mrs. C. L. Jones of Little Rock presented the nuptial music with the trnditional \vcddine march the brlrio approached the altar, She was drespotl in .1 nnvy blur? frock with navy accessories. Mrs. Dale Aldredpe of Little Rock who was dressed in a suit of nnvy blue, and Mrs. O. O, Elkins, Jr., of Ilrinkley, who a suit of pink, lit the tapers. They were presented shoulder arrangements of white carnations. Mrs. Dale Aldredge of Litlie Rock was matron of honor and was dressed in n beige suit. She wns n!so presented white carnations. The bride, who entered on the arm of her father, chofc s\n original suit of palest blue which featured a slim skirt and fitted jacket. She wore a white hat and other accessories were of white. She carrier! a white Bible on winch was a. purple orchid. . Dale Aldredge was best man with Estiil Letcher and Jnnies Hicks ushers. They were all of Little Rock, For her daughter'. 1 ; marriage, Mrs, Balentine chose a suit of beige. Mrs. Daws wore a navy blue suit. Both mothers were presented white carnations. Following' the wedding. B reception was held in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Jones. Mrs. T. O. Huey Hostess to Club Mrs. T. O. Huey was hnslcM yrs- lerriav lo the Thursday Rook Club in hor home. Arrangements of nn« k orange nnci narcissi were scfm In the en- tc<rtaining rooms. Mr. 1 ;. C, G. Schrrrr took top hr»n- ors and Mrs. R H. Hhurn won rorko. Spronri prize v/cnt to Mrs Kticctip Brown, IleJreshnicnts were strvcd by the hoftU*."* during Ihc course of the afternoon. Bits of News Wlotify TO HKIDEL HKIK; — Mrs. 10. S. I,em ley awl daughter,- Kalhy Lavcrnne,^ 13 months, will loave Sunday for lloitlcl- bcrfi, Ocr- rnany, to join First Lt. F,. S. Kibitzer me I yesterday l-C'MlloV who home nf Mrs. Charlr'S A i ' ' , Stecle. who entertruned uith a de.s- 'V. . , I s «l bridge. Mrs. Dirk U'liile nurt Mrs. John Hudson attended as Kuests nf the club. Pnnsies. dutch iris, nnrl tiiKp.^ vere vised in Vhe tloral riernvntion throughout tile enterfainhv^ rooms. Mrs. Hudson von fiiM pl;ice and second place 'A'cnt to Mrs. Harry A. Haines. Kibitzer Meets In Steele tioncrl there for approximately one year. They plan lo .stay if or two years. , Mrs. l.emlcy awl daughter ,will sail from New York May 12. Ho In arc former Blythevillc residents. Mrs. Joyner Entertains Mrs. F. B. Joyner was hostess yesterday in the Colonial Room of Mrs. Horner Has Mid-Week Club Mi's. W. Ij. Hornor was hostess _ _ __ yesterday in her hnme to the Mlrt- the Hotel Noble for B two course i Week Club anrl Mrs. Rilc.v D. Jones luncheon and bridge fjnme, \vhonjwhn wns n ctiest of Hie rlvih. she entertained the Thursilny Con- trnct Club. A low centerpiece uas used on the table nlong with other decorations. Mrs. O. W. McCutehen tonk top Country Club Scene of Club The Blvtheville Country Club TVHS the scene of a bridge luncheon for the Thursday Club. The three course luncheon was served from n table centered with a larffe bouquet of spring blossoms, /interspersed with greenery. Mm. Hunter Sims and Mrs. W. J. Pollard were luncheon ft n d bridge guests. Mrs. Hussell Phillips won high 'score and Mrs. Pollard was second high. -dNueve Meets At Dixie Pig LaNueve was entertained in the. Pine Room of, the Dixie Pig ycs- erdny with Mrs. Mclvln Haiscll was hostess to' the cl 11 b wiLh a dessert bridge. Taking top honors was Mrs, Newton WhUts and second place went to Mrs. Clarence Webb. Arrangements of sprlnp blooms were used In the Pine Room. Duplicate Bridge League Has Weekly Meeting Duplicate Bridge League had its weekly meeting last night. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs W, D. Chamblin were top honor \vinr.srs. Second place went to Mr and Mrs. Jim Wallcn of L i 111 Rock. ent to Mrs. Henry Humphreys. „ , , , ,, ,, place honors while -second pri/.e Flanking each end of the to bin [ were lighted tapers and centered was a three-liered wedding cnke with a punch bowl on each side. Spring flowers were used throughout, the house. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. S, K. Garrett, of Gurdon, Ark.. Mrs. A. B, Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ferratlon and Norma Moore of Halls, Term. Centering the (tilling table from which n two course luncheon was server!, was un antique silver bowl of blue flowers. Mr A. Horner won high score nncl Mrs. Cecil Shnne took second- place honors in the bridge gtvmes. :u7.clinn Class Meets Mitchell Home The Euzelian Claw* of the First aptist Church wns enlrrtrimed st night by Mrs. W. W. Mitchell her home. Mrs. J. B, Crwlin and •*. Lawrence PrSmm were co- ostesses. Miss Mar?aiet bong and Mrs, C Johnscn were guests of the class nd Mrs. Johnon pave a^rievotional, rs. Mitchell lori In V^ver and rs. Darrell Swanner jireMtied cner ie brief business sr-rrsion which llowcd. The nieotins; was alKo ost'd with prayer by Mrs. H. B. bernathy. Following the mooting, a social our was held and Mrs. Worth older directed the group in games, rhe hostesses serve refreshments. mp/oycs Running Own .unchroom in Tu/so yl/ the Hospitals Blythevllle llospllal Mrs. Thomas Bower And baby Dell. Mrs. R. B. Nenl, City. Bill Jones. City. Just Wrap And Tie I WSCS Has Meeting In Hill Home Nine members of the Women's Society of Chrisiinn Ser%'ice of the Promised Land Methodist Church met Wetlnc.srtny at the home of Mrs. Felix Hill. Mrs. J- J. Moore opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Marcus Gaines presided over the brief business session. Mrs. I.eon Wilson nnd Mrs. Moore gave reports on the District Meeting they they had attended In Manila. The lesson wrvs tnupht by Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Frank Stage dismissed with nrnyer. In the social hour tint followed, Mrs. Gaines was presented with n gift for her service us president. Refreshments ivcre served by the hostess. Mrs. June Smith was admitted as a new member, TUI.SA, OklR. l.-n — The cm- loyes of one firm here are beat- ng inflation by running n co-opor- tlve hmchrooni where they eat at oon for 37 cents. This amount will pet you a serv- ig of ham, navy benns. corn read, sliced tomatoes and cot-' age cheese, Ice cream and cookies, n addition you get nil Die r of fee on want all dny long nt no extra hargc. The employes of the Tulsa F ami- rs anct Merchants chip in very * two weeks and buy whole- ale. Th e hank vault oust o<i i a n i oes the buying a nd pi a us 111 e n us. The bank furnished the kitchen, lays the cook's salary nncl pro- 'ides the coffee. Because, the "cof- eeleria" is small, HIE employes eat at stncgercri hours. Workers in Mississippi County Public Department of Welfare attended tho 41st annual meeting of Arkansas Conference of Social Work in Little Rick April 23-30. Those in attendance from here v.ere Mrs. Lucille Cleveland, Mrs, Maud Godwin, Mrs. Dulcie Wiggins, Mrs, Claudia May Olive, Mrs. Ruth Walker, Mrs. Ruby K. Martin, Mrs j The!ma B, Lane and Mrs. Harriet Canada, Home for the week end from Columbia Military Academy are Will Whitner, Bill Wundnrlich, Rupert Crafton, Jr. Joe Walls, Manley Feinnere. Stanley Zellncr, all oi Blythevillc, and Jimmy GUI of Dell, sst. and Mrs. James Frazirr, Jr. nnri son left yesterday for their home in RikeF.ton after beins the euest of his mother, Mrs. Neville Ulakemoro. Mrs. R. L. Banister has been admitted lo the Blythnville Hrspital Accompanying Mrs. Oscar Fcnd- !cr and Mrs. James C, Guard, to' Louisiana was Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., who will visit Mr. and Mrs. M;irvln Smith of Baton Rouse Mr?,. Fontilrr and Mrs. Guard nr> In New Orleans to attend the meeting of Junior Auxiliaries. Mr. and Mrs. C, F. Cockle will leave In Hie morning for a 10-riay viMt to Palestine nnd San Antonio. Tex. Dnnna Jo Hill of Memphis will arrive to spend the week end with Linda Bean, daughter of Mr. ahd Mrs. Freri Bean, Mr. and Mrs. J, N. Hill, parents of Donna, will visit the Beans on Sunday and will VM? accompanied home by their daughter Mrs. Charles Langslon and children, nnd Mrs. Reese Moore were in Memphis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garripan will have as thrir week end guests. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gay, Jr., of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Moore of Peoria, 111., have spent a week in Blvtheville visiting friends and relatives and will return to their home on Sunday. Shortly after their return to F'eorla, Mr. Moore will enter the Marine Corps. BiiX MrAUiPter and J. W. Camp of Umrn City, Tenn , have been the week's visitors of Mrs. John Scott. Mrs. H. C. Bush has returned from several weeks in Tennessee as guests of relatives. She was accom- i panied home by her daughter. Mrs. Hoy Nankivell. and granddaughters, Knthy and Becky, who are from Athens. Tenn. COOTEK TOKNADO VICTIM IS HATPY NOW —Williams Bargcr, Jr., who was a victim of the tornado which struck Coorer last month, is shown examining his new bicycle, a gift of the cooler Lions Club. (Courier News riioto)" Presentation was made by Lions Bud Ashcraft and Haskel iN'orriri at Blythevilie Hospital where William has boon a patient since the tornado. Shown with William is Miss Irene Duffey. The Cooter Lions have been active tn aiding tornado victims of the area. After the tornado struck, members and others jumprcl tn the task of giving first aid and tak- ing the seriously Injured to hos- pisals, Regularly, they have checked the hospitals and offered help where it was needed. The club members worked for several weeks after the tornado srciirin? clothing, food and furniture for those families which v.ore in the storm area. After the storm, the club purchased 12 pairs of glasses to replace those lost in the tornado, and since the first of the year has purchased 14 pairs of glares for .school children and needy adults. Other activities of the club include furnishing dental work nnd one eye operation. The club was organized In January, 1950 and now has a membership of 30. James A. Brown, Jr., is president and Jack Rushing and Christ Wentzell arc past presidents. Reds Execute 'Witch' In Hong Kong Sector HONG KONG (>F>—The Chinese Communist5 apparently have executed the Witch of Chaoan. For many years Madam Lin made n grubby livino through her bargain basement links with the "other world." But, the Herts found Madam Lin toimh competition. Apparently the peasants listened to the Marxist He trial she was executed accord- \ gobbledygook and then to the Ma- ; iiig to the Hong Kong independent dam's fuzzy incantations and rieuid- : newspapers. ed that ?.'ad?.m Lin made more | — sense. \ Irish monks lived in Iceland be- But, whatever the cause, the i fore it was occupied by the Norse- Reds arrested her and after a pub- \ men. IS COMING! By Sue Burnett This attractive wrap-around style is a spec in I in half sizes lor (hi? shorter figure. Not only the stm- plfM of sewin:;, but it opens out flat to launder. Wrap and tie, and j you're roady for a busy day] Pattern No. 8526 is a snvv-rite prr- f<,rated pattern in sizes U^, lft l a. Ifl 1 .-, 20';, 22 l i. 24 1 -i. size 16=,. 3N \aid.i of 39-men. i For this pattern. M-nci 30c in '. COINS, vouj 1 namr. addrrs^. >ize' desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Qiniiry St.. Chicago 6. Hi- Basic FASHION for '52 is filled with idra.s lo make your clothes hiidpct po further—time-savins and ermiomicai designs that are c.isy *ew. Gilt pattern printed inside. BIG DAY DAWMS, BIG DOG YAWNS—Much to the chagrin of his Pekingese pal, Marc Anthony, a IT-mrnUh-olrt St. Bernard, was utterly unimpre.-sco 1 with graduation ceremonirs at ,Vcw York's Fla? Dos School. Could be that final exam study Mill has Marc down in the moulh. Get Better FROZEN FOODS WITH FASI FREEZING Chill Chest HOME FREEZERS in 8-15-2 AT LEADING DEALERS LAST TIMES TODAY 441 RAIN" Color by Technicolor Gene Kelly — Donald O'Connor — Debbie Reynolds Paramount News, Cartoon K: Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Marion Koehler & Family Mr. & Mrs. Frank Douglas SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE BENRUS"SEAWHALS" ^DiE5' 17 J ELGIN I.OCAI. r.IRL—Mtss .HlVm Adam-;, formrr Blythc\illc pirl, will he srrti mi Hip scrern at Hit KHz Ihis Sun- rt.iv ami Mnnrtay hi "The Trcasurr of l.nsi Canyon." Jewelry Store ^ fyj%'&s SEE STARRtTT "BURWETTE" Marguerite I'hapmnn & Milchell Cameron SERIAL: King of the Congo No. 1 & Cartoon Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission !)c & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TE Pal Nites! 2 For Price of i ANDYDEVINE^ ^roRTurno BOMANOVA j E PUCUA RAMSAY AKTS VORONI OLSZN KURT KA7CH Cartoon & Comcdv SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature SPICY STORY OF A~SJHICY MISS! WILL! rWAIV -KUTOSO —PHIS— Hsad-On *•£*?). \"\s -P%/jr «,„.„..*«,., V . VI • ? >:,-;;ti CM'^ CJin • :v.-aj h trtl f Stwl SUNDAY & MONDAY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S ROUSING TALE OF HIGH ADVENTURE! ROSEMARY DJ CAMP • TOMMY IVO S;rc . : ,vv.. t,.E?.-.',j:3 C'JF.-LOs-.lf.'t^ :NC-::-.:S •?;:•;.:.:; t., LEONID GOICSUN 1% • B • 4* Pnrnmounf News & Shorts: 01 ll\ "Two Monsckeeters" I UVltJ & "Meet Mr. Rhyrhm" RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. .loc Cacjilc & Family Mr. & Mrs. Mclvin Halsoll & Family Territory! Serial: R;idar .Man & Carlonn Si;.\.-.MON. notnr.E FEATURE rnF Gurs onj GLOSr Also Me!ro News

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