The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 23, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 23, 1950
Page 4
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PAGE FOUH BLYTHEVIM.E (ARK.) COURIER NEW? Jnne Shellon, Society Editor Wedding Party Entertainec With Rehearsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Williams entertained members of the wedding party of Miss Dorothea Miessler slid tlieir son, Donald Williams, last evening with a rehearsal supper at the First Lutheran Church. The 6:30 p.m. affair honoring members of the wedding parly and families of the couple, was given In (he Fellowship Hall of the church Tlie lace draped tahle at u-hlch the guests were seated was centered with a low bowl from which arose shaded blue and white hydrangea. Scarlet hucd roses wore set around Ihe spacious room. / cluster o/ lilies was pinned at the shoulder line of the sheer green frock worn by the bride elect. Her gown which featured a snug bodice and bouffant skirt, wns completed with white accessories, Immediately following ihe supper, a rchear.sal for the wedding, which will be performed tonight nl 1:30 p.m. at the Lutheran Church. wns held. « * • Gardenias Decorate Home For Dessert Bridge Fragrant gardenias arranged i"' Jow silver bowls, topped each of ih -small tables at which the Kibitizc Club and guests were scaled ycster day in the Harry W. Halncs horn yesterday. Mrs. Harry A. IJaiue wa.s hostess to the club and tw tables of guests, with Mrs. Wcldo L. Porter of WTiorton. Tex., an Mrs. Ralph Lier of San Antonli Tex., hcuseguests of Mr. nnd Air: J. A. Leech, as special guests. Floating gardenias set in low bowl were placed in the entertaining roon and throughout the home. Mixe summer flowers were also used L the decorations,' High score In the dessert bridge game was presented Mrs. Rube Car son with Mrs. Eiobert C. Mctlaucj winning second high. Guest higl was won by Mrs. James Guard, will Miss Betty Black winning guest sec oiui high and bridgo, Mrs. Halnes presented the spccia fuesls with gifts. Missourians Exchange Vows In Piggott ARBYRD, Mo.. June 33 — Miss Opal Whitt of Kennett became the brlda ol Enoch D. Reagan in a •ingla ring ceremony performed Saturday, June 17. in Plggott. Tha bride was dressed in a street length dres made ot light blue sheer material with ivhlcli .she wore white accessories. She pinned gardenias at her shoulder. Attendants were Hershal Reagan and J. Harmon Smith. The bride is employed nt the Welfare Office in Kenneth. Mr. Reagan 1* the Frisco Depot agent in Arbyrd. They will be at home In Kennett. Rook Club, Two Guests Meet In Scherer Home Mrs. Leon Scherer won high score, Mrs. George Sallba, Jr., second high «nd Mrs. Eugene Brown, rooko. in the weekly game of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday tit the Leon - Scherer home. Guests meeting with the club were Miss Jeauine Me- BUTTON FRONT 8482 14-44 By Sue Burnett A neat daytime dress to deieai temperature-waring weather _ an easily made charmer that buttons down the front, | las interesting neckline and pockcl treatment, Just the thing for the beginner. f'attcrn No. 8482 Is a sew-rltc perforated pattern In n ifl 18. 20; id. 42 and 44. Size 16' 4H yards 01 39-inch. ' Por ihij pattern, send 25 cents In COINS yoin name address size ctc.stred. and the PATTERN NUM. IlKii to Stic Burnett. Couriei Ncwn , 530 South Wells Street, Chicago l' The Spring and Summer PA- ' S1UON of lei s many Ideas for a smart nc\v wardrobe. Special fabric edition—more American ncsignei Originals—easy ( 0 scw t tylM—gill pattern printed Inside, as cents 'ounty Singers To Convene Sunday A trl-county slnghis of the Pern- cot County .singers of Allsslsslppl County and Dyer County. Tennesee, will be held at Holland, Mo" Sunday nt the high school gym-'" lasium. A concert on Saturday night at he gymnasium will precede, the Sunday singing. Dance Club, Guests Attend Old Fashioned Party An old fashioned party, complete with red checked table cloth and oil burning lamp, entertained approximately 100 members and gues-s, ot the 20th Century Club .last night j Hosts and hostesses for the novel-' ty parly were Mr. and Mrs Elwood Oeen. Mr. nnd Airs. Rube Carson, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Boone Dr and Mrs. .lames c. Guard and Mr.' am) Mrs. Jinnnie Edwards. Assorted party foods and iced rtriuks were served from the long table, which was overlaid with a red and white checked cloth anil topped wllh a single olci fashioned lamp. Single tapers set in apple holders were placed an cither side of the lighting relic. The evening was spent in d«nc ing. VIiss Grady Complimented At Miscellaneous'Shower MJS.S May Dixon and Mrs. Huljer Jcymore were hostesses ]nst eve lins at the Bob Lcc Smith homi on Walnut to 22 guests who aalii ercti to shower Mi«s Christine Gra dy with miscellaneous gifts. MLss Grady recently moved im< a new apartment. Vases from which cascaded rci Rhulioll, intermingled with daisies were placed around the entertaining room and throughout the home The evening was spent Informal;y (hiring which Miss Grady wa; (resented with gift, for her new Pastor Assumes Duties at Osceola Methodist home. Church Glass Has Steak Supper A steak supper and social at Calvary Baptist Church was given last :llgl)t for the Winners Sunday School Class and guests. The 53 members and four guests the Rev. and Mrs. p. n. Jcrnigan, Vcrnon Hoy<l and Charles Llpford, met In the church dining room. Immediately following s u p p e r, ;amcs were played under the direc- :Ion of -Mr. Boyd and Homer Con- lell. Mrs. Raymond Bclknap conducted i short business session during vhich plans for the annual banquet to be given in August were discussed Prayers were offered during Ihe evening by the Rev. Jernigan and Vernon Gean. A devotional was ;tven by Mr. Lipford. Social committee for the evening ••as Mr. Comic!, Mark 'Anderson Neal Geurian, Clcatus Hudson, Bob Colcman and Melvin Christian ihee and Mrs. Brown. Mixed summer flowers were set In le room in which the afternoon as spent in playing rook. Following the game, Mrs. Scherei served a salad plate. The Rev. Garland C. Taylor of Moirlllon arrived in Osceola ycster- ij.iy to assume hte duties as pastor of the O;ceola Methodist Church The Rev. Taylor succeeds the Rev! C. J. Coiichman, who assumed his pastorate at the Morrllton Methodist Chinch. The Rev. Taylor, who ts known throughout the trl-statcs, served six years as pastor of the First Methodist Church in Rector and three years with the Gardner Memorial Church in North Little Rock He was pastor of the Morrllton church for five years before coming to O.sceola. From 1914 to 19« he served as Secretary of Evangelism In Ihe North Arkansas Conference and was recently elected Missionary Secretary of the Jonesboro dlstrl.-t He has served his entire minhtry ot 2G years in the North Arkansas Conference. The Rev. Air. Taylor, who attended hcndrix College Conway. h;is a wife, two daughters and oiie son. Comina Events Social Calendar Friday Miss Dorthea Micssler become' he bride of Donald Williams at 7:30 |>.m. at First Hitheran Church Mrs, Cecil Priest entertains Lucky Rook. Club. Sunday In a 1:30 p.m. ceremony Miss '-.tricia Ann Chitwood will be marled to John Williams Frnser Jr At The Hospitals Blylticvllle Hospital dismissed : Mrs. llerschel Brown, Lnxora Henry Hall. Carulhcrsville. Katllryn Borroilgh. Luxora. Walls Hospital 3ismissed: Mrs. Ed Churchill, city. Mrs. Wiltine Forshate. City Mrs Huby otts and baby fit 4 Mrs.. Evelyn Pickett and baby Air Base. Charles Wiggins, City. Bernicc Wenthcra.ll, Ilcrmondale James Harder, Reeves. Extra Rent Month SINGAPORE (AP)—If you n vc ]„ house owned by a Chinese or Arab andlord In Singapore you will be bilged to pay 31 months rent every hree years. Reason: The landlords follow the Chinese and Arabic calendars •hied have nine extra days a year. 'his makes one extra month every hree years. Mrs. Ada Talc left yesterday [or a visit In St. Louis with her sou. Bryant Vaughn, She was accompanied to St. Louis by her , granddaughter. Polly Stewart, who is attending the summer session of the University of Arkansas, Fayctievlllc, will arrive home tomorrow to be the weekend Ruest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ijryant F. Stewart, gr] Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will meet their daughter In Jonesbroo and accompany her to Blythevillc. W. T. Shclton left this morning for Louisville. Ky.. on a business trip. Mr. Shelton was accompanied by Mrs. Ehclton and Mrs. W. L Green. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cain anci Mr. ind Mrs. Jarncs England will leave n the morning for Mississippi, New Orleans and points of interest in Florida for a two-week vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Alexander eft last night for Nashville where they went especially to attend the graduation of their son, Oren Alexander, from Mortuary College. Mrs. Grover Myers and Jimmy Myers of Piggott were the Thurs- lay guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Gene Bradley, Mr. Bradley and daughter. Millie. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Byrum and family of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting in Eilvthevllle as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lovelaily and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cmlloii, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jef- ferics. Mrs. J. Frank Tomllnson and children, of Houston. Texas, who are visiting In Blythevillc with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heinicke, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Edwards and son of Wllistleville. are in Conway today where they will attend a three day family reunion Mr. Tomllnson will join Mrs. Tomlinson and family In Conway for the reunion. The group will return to Blythevillc Sunday. Blyfhcville people In Memphis yesterday for trie funeral of Miss Jean Sarber were. Mrs. Nora Sprad- lev. Mrs. C. M. Gray. Mrs. j. c Walters, the Rev. Harvey T. Kidd. Mrs. E. B. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs Tom Miller, Miss Clara Ruble, Mrs' Kendall Berry, Mrs. George M. Lee Mrs. Alice Womack, Mrs. R. C. Allen and son, R. C. and Mrs. Josephine Hall. Barbara Oennlng Is visiting IP Sterling, ill., B5 gUE5t O f Mr. air' Mrs. Samuel Frank. Mrs. Frank who was enroute to her home from Helena, accompanied Barbara to Sterling. Major and Mrs. Lewis J. Partridge and family, of Randolph Field Tex., are the houseguests of Mrr Partridge's, parents, Mr. and Mr- 3. M. Baxter. Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Zcller am •amily are spending the n-eekenc n Jackson, Tenn. Mrs. Fred Dorkran returned to ;r home in Memphis yesterday Hit Cold Damage with Cream FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1950 NOTICE: THE GOFF HOTEL COFFEE SHOP will be closed all day Safurday and Sunday for remodeling purposes Dining Room will be open MONDAY MORNING J-;isf Times Today "CHAIN LIGHTNING" with IIWII'IIKKY HOaUtTand KAVJIONI1 MASSKY Paramount News * Shorts Box Office Opens 1:45 Continuous Snowing Fvery Day ' Only Serial: "Ponjr Express" No. S Also Carloon SUNDAY S- MONDAY IEON AMES . FAY HOIOEN . PERCY WAMM - SEUNA ROYlE GENE LOCKHART • IDCAR BUCHANAN 1'aiaiuoiml News & Cartoon GEM Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. f'!is( Times Today *. Basketball Headliners Short Saturday Only A RIPUBIIC PICTURE "Urulcrse.i Kfnsilam" Nn. 9 and Cartoon Sunday & Monday Metro News & C,-,,-(n(, n By AMCIA HAKT NKA Staff Writer It K summer cold haa you confined to your bed, don't neglect your skin care. It won't be easy to repair the damage when you're well. Your skin, when you have a cold, is far more prone to dryness than when you are well. Skin which te ordinarily dry may crack and peel; even normal or oily skin will tend 10 feel stretched and taut. those hours In bed to keep your skin lubricated. Try a r j c h cream, one with a lanolin which Is far more effective for dry skit) than ordinary cream, if you're concerned about getting cream on Ihe pillow, cover It with a thick towel. It you prefer not to leave the cream on during the day. (hen use it immediately before breakfast, leave it on while you eat and wipe It off when you have finished. To have the cream really da your skin good, use a fast-acting moisture cream. This /rirl uses x moisture cream tt> ketp her skin lubricated Kliile she is hi bed with a cold. When you're out of bed once more, no one will guess by looking at you that you've had a cold. after spending a week here with her sister, Mrs. Harold Thompson who is recuperating from a major operation, which she underwent two weeks ago in Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mrs. C. M. Baxter is undergoing treatment in Blylheville Hospital. Mrs. W. P. Pryor and daughter. Melba. have returned from Mansville. Ark., where they visited as guests of Mrs. Pryor's parents Mr and. Mrs. C. E. Sceman. Mrs. Pryor and Melba were accompanied to Blythevillc by Mrs. Pryor's niece Miss Darbara Coble of Tulsa, Okla.,' who will remain for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith and family are spending today in Memphis. Condition of c. o. Sherer who underwent surgery yesterday morning at Memphis Baptist Hospital, is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Scherer Is in Memphis with him. Mr. ami Mrs. Leon Scherer and Miss Jean- Ine McGhee win spend Sunday with him. Mrs. James Ross of Memphis is visning here as guest of her "'ir- cnts. Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard Mr. Koss will Join Mrs. Ross here tonight for the weekend Miss Willie Nebhut has moved from her home at 1021 Hearn to an apartment at 630 West Main Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price "and son will be at home at 1021 Hearn' they formerly resided at 113 E Kentucky. Mrs. Jim Co» of Rogers. Ark arrived this afternoon to be the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Nebhut, Miss Sally Scott left yesterday bl - " 'er hrme i,, Birmingham. Mich., after a visit here as guest if Ben Lancashire and his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. R, Lancashire. Mrs. R. F. Kir.ihner and son Bob have gone to Pilgrim, Mich., where they will spend the summer at their cottage on Crystal Lake. They will be Joined there by Mrs. Kirshuer's father, Dr. Frank Smith, of Omaha Neb. ' Mrs. J. A. Leech and her house- guests, Mrs. Horton B. Porter of Hillsbbro, Tex., Mrs. Weldon L Porter of whorton, Tex., Miss Ruth Edwards of Laredo, Tex, and Mrs Ralph Lier of San Antonio, Tex left today to spend two days with relatives in Kentucky and Tennessee. After their return here tomorrow night, the visitors will leave Sunday for their Texas homes. ^.trs. Russell. Phillips left this morning for Nashville, Tenn., to fOOTWEA R Sling Pump Jn Natural N'y'on I\[esh High Heel 11.95 LACY NYLON SOPHISTICATE FASHIONED FOR OCCASIONS THAT DEMAND FASTIDIOUSLY GOOD GROOMING ...THE BRIDGE PARTY. ..TEA ... RECEPTION ... UATE DAY ... DINNER DATE 'MMimiwmfff Strap Snnda) in Beige I.Inen with Brown Trim — Medium Heel 11.95 e»_ SONS X SH o E-S 1 *. WE, THE WOMEN * Bj Ruth Millet I, SU1I Writer Here's to the June Bride! (With Suggestion or Two) To Ihe June bride — with besl wishes for her happiness: If you have a lot of pre-concelved Ideas of what makes a perfect wife forget them. Study your husband Find out what he wants out of lift and try Lo help him achieve the things that mean success and happiness to him. The wife whose marriage sees oi> the rocks almost always says: "1 was n good wife to him"—hut what she really means Is: "I was my idea of what a good wife ought to be." - Don't take marriage loo seriously Laughter will get you more than tears. And the light touch will keep day to day living gay and pleasant As you grow into a woman, never forget the girl that you were. Some of those qualities that drew your husband to you in the first place can oe a p:>rt of you through the years Add wisdom and Increased mrterstanding and deeper love In hose basic qualities. If yq u want to Keep your man In love with you ilways. . Don'l Forget Yourself Altogether spend several days with relatives. Mrs. T. J. Mahan and daughters Mrs. w. B. Tanner, Mrs. Margaret Dell, Airs. ROSS Hughes and Mrs Byron Morse, accompanied bv Mr Hushes. Mr. Morse and Betsy Bell are spending the weekend iii Princeton. Ky., as guest: of Mrs. Mahnn's son, John Mahan and family. Remember that unselfishness rar- ried too far Is not a virtue. A «k- an has to think of herself nartVif the time. Otherwise she becomes « doormat for her husband and children, You don't, In marriage, or anywhere else, get respect and consideration If you don't expect and demand it. Don't fool yourself that being » good home-maker isn't an Important part of Jicing R good wife. Just is a woman takes pride In her husband's success in his chosen field, so n man takes pride in his wife's ability to be a good home-maker— the kind who isn't forever having to make apologies for the things sne has neglected to do. Even though every woman's looks facie with time, it is lust as important to make the most of the looks you have at 40 as at 20—more important really. Strive always to free your love of possessivcncss, for that "is a quality that grows and grows unless it is controlled. Permanent Marriages COLTO.N, N.Y.—M'I—Two couples next-door neighbors in this North-' crn New York community, boast a total uf 108 years of marriage. Air. and Mrs. Ernest Baii'^yt celebrated their 58th wedding alftl- vcrsary. On the same day. Mr arid Mrs. George Russell observed their golden wedding anniversary Costs Less to Hot at the Razorback Than to Eat at Home! IT'S COOLER HERE FOR YOUR COMFORT. Bring the in for the Finest- Food in Town, Served in the South's Best Dining Room. Half Canteloupe Ice Cold — Served D;iily 25 Try Our Famous Baked Beans Served on Our Thursday Luncheon Chicken Pot Pie — A Razorback Exclusive - Served every Tuesday Chicken Fried Frog Legs Served A La Carte • Hot Home Made Rolls The Talks of the Town — Served Every Day Try Our Exclusive Recipe of Home Made French Dressing and Shrimp Cocktail Sauce Razbrbac Hiw.ay 61 So. Blytheville

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