The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 26, 1950
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PACK roun BLYTHEVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1950 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4-IG1 •Patricia Ann Chitwood Becomes Bride ,-in Ceremony at Home of Parents • In'a ceremony performed at Che home of the hritle's !parents yesterday, Aliss Patricia Ann Chilwqod became the "'bride of John William Kraser, of BlytheviUc. The Rev. Lester cD.' Slmbhar, minister of the Kirst Christian Church, oC- [ficialcd at the 1:30 p.m. ceremony. ! The bride Is the daughter of Mr.+ — Mrs. E. B. Chltwood of Btytne i'ville. * The wedding vows were ex-1 \vr*L A r. r> , Changed in the living room of the With AltcniOOU 1 arty [home, which wa.s transformed into i'a chapel-like setting. Large vases I Birthday Is Observed ?. X ~ I \\7jfk A ffrn-iirtrtM Pa f »u (•filled with white gladioli and scarlet roses marked where the wedding 'party stood. Vases of the selected (flowers topped the tables of the ;room.-Low bowls of paslel flowers * we're arranged throughout the ihoi'Ae , ; As the wedding guests "assembled, iMrs. Harold Hi nson, pianist, pre- ?sented a musical program. Her se- Jlections Included. "I Love You Truly." jBond, and traditional wedding 5 marches. X Mrs. Hinwm chose a black printed [:afternoon frock, which was com - j : pleted in blark trim. She wore black (accessories and pinned pink roses. * intermingled in sweet pens at her * shoulder. Precedine her sister to-the- im- •"provised altar a.s matron of honor and only attendant was Mrs. Carl Tvcyi who was dressed in a pink bn.- liste afternoon frock. Her rircss fen- lured nn embroidered trim and was worn with gleaming white accessories. A shoulder arrange me tit of flqun hued carnations completed her costume. Carries BEblr Given in marriage by her father. Mr. Chitwbqd. the bride, was gowned In a ballerina- length white organdy gown. The full skirled dress, which was completed in a lace. trim, wns Worn with all white accessories. Tier Rhoulder length illusion veil billow.-^ ed from .a head band of peark^^d tiny %vhlte satin bows. She carried*her baotismal Bible, which was topped with a single purple orchid. : Carl Ivey attended the groom as best man. A grey sheer afternoon frock wns Delected by Mrs. Chitwood, who completed her costume with lizard accessories. Scarlet carnations were pinned at her shoulder. Mrs. Frnser. mother of the groom, was unable to-attend. A reception for the wedding guests hnri party was held Immediately following the ceremony. Southern Wedding Trip A lace cloth draped the bride's table, which'' was centered with a tiered wedding cake. Single white tapers burned In crystal holders oh either side Tli^ reception room was bedecked with bowls ofjpaslel h\ied blossoms. J** , Mrs. Alex "'Shelby atid Mrs. Lots Burnett presided at the bride's table. Mr. Fraser and his bride are now on a southern \veddintr trip before returning, to Blythe-ville to make their home. For traveling. Mrs. Fraser selected a navy blue sheer frock worn with harmonir.iue blue accessories. She wore her bridal orchid al her shoulder.' Out of town guests ' attending were Mrs. Virgi! Utlcy of Holland. Mrs. P, F. Payne of Portageville, Mrs. J. O. Ray. grandmother of the bride, and Mrs. Jim Miller of Holland. Mr. Frascr's brother. Tommy Fraser of Memphis, nnd guests from Steele atid Jonesboro. Canasla Party Honors Miss Rayona Miller Miss Rnyona Miller, of Oran, Mo., honseguest of her parents, Mr. anci Mrs. Arnold Miller, was guest of honor Friday afternoon when her The fourth birthday of Debbye Marsh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marsh, was observed yesterday afternoon by inviting 35 guests to the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Eaton, for an afternoon of games. Prizes in the party games were presented Clurkic Milliard, Judy Martin and Paul Franklin Wallace. Gifts were presented the guest of honor after which the Inrge while birthday cake, with rows of' pink rosebud tciiiH, was cut and .served the uuc.sU with ice cream. Fttvors of balls and bats were presented the guest.s. Out of town guests were Brcncln Kay Hindman of Little Hock and Diuna ami Pan] Franklin Wallace of UnhloncgR, Oa., houseguests of Mrs Irene Wallace. Mr.s. Marsh wns assisted in dS- reciing the gamc.s and .serving bv Mrs. Eatmi. Bnclal Shower Is Given Mrs. Gene Fisher A recent, bride, Mrs. Gene Fisher formerly Mi&s Polly Fowler, wa.s entertained Friday night at the home of Mrs. Hubert Mitchell at Promised Land. Mr.s. Mitchell, and Mrs, Bil HardEng were hostesses to 28 guests. who gathered to shower Mr.s. Fishc with niiscellaneou.s gifts. Mrs.- Forrest Moore directed the imes u>lth .prizes being won by Mrs. Russell Games and^Mrs. Hnrd- ng. These -prizes were"" Inter presented to the -honorec. A gift, corsage of swcctpcas was pinned at the shoulder of Mrs. Fisher's summer frock. Gifts were presented the guest of honor after which a dessert course was servet by the hostesses. Mrs. Jirn Fowler, mother of the of honor, and Mrs. R,. L. Fisher, mother of Mr. Fisher, were special guests, * * • At Tlie Hospitals • Rlyllieville HnsplUI Dismissed: Mrs. Richard Becker. City. W. D. Cotali, City. K --, Mrs. H. T. Moody. Rt. 1: £ •' '•' ' Mrs C. M. Baxter. City. Mrs. Dick nny niul bnby, Steele. Wilkins Lewis, Armorel. Mrs. G. V. Onus, City. Mrs. Hueh Hudson. Cily. Walls Hos|>i(;il Dismissed: Mrs. M. C. Walker. Stcrlcv Mrs D. J. Wright. Steele. Densil Perry, Cit-y. Mrs. Robert Pugh anrt Steele. Krnest, Parnell. City. Jnckic Ray Moore. Cily. Mrs. Jnnics. Mlddlcton. City. Mis. Ruth Eriwnrdii, Osceoln." RKCKNT BR1DK —Mrs. Enoch D. Reagan ol Kennett, the former Miss Opa! SVlilU. whose mnrrinse was announced recently. Nuptial vow.s were excl\imp,ed June n in PigKott. Mr. and Mrs. Ucngnn me nou- At iiome in Kcnnelt. Bits of News Carrie and Vcra Hay lies, Pep^ and Butonne Stalling left ye.ster rfay for Ravcndcn Camp, Ravenilen Ark., for a camping trlu. Mr. nnd Mrs, T. J. Bnklcy ami 1 children, Carl and Ttddy spent yesterday in Elvira, Mo., a.s guests of Mr. Ilailey'.s sister. Mrs. H. H. McLean ami Mr. McLean. They went especially to be with Mr. Bauey's other sisters. Mr.s. Porre,st Ueldcn, Mr. Belden and family of Decntur, III,, and Mrs. Bill Lay cock and Mr. L:\ycock ol Puxko, Mo. Mr. aiul Mrs. Ilailey were accompanied home last night by Jnckie Bcldcn Tor a week's visit. Donna Dcdman, Billie Ann Wat-son, DAVIS and Danny Cobb, Betty Lee Garrott, Susan Angel. Jimmie daughter, Ann, Mrs, T, H, Culler "iid Dorothy l-angley are spending week at the Scay collage at Norfolk Lake. Mrs, B. B. Wilson, who Is attending .summer school at Arkansas stale College, Jonesboro, .spent the week'* -[id at her home in HLyihevllJe. Miss Sue Davidson of Joue.sboro was the weekend guest of Miss Dorothy Micelle, Mrs. K. J. Brown and son. Dent, returned Saturday ftotn a week's visit in Houston, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Orady Mngcc spent the weekend nt Cnmp Kit) Vista, Hardy, n.s guests of Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hawks. Mr. and Mrs. Magee were accompanied to Hardy by Franklin Seay, who will remain for week. Mr. and Mr.s, l^roy KOSS, Mrs, B. S, Shelton and Miss Peggy Hawkins spent yesterday in Memphis us guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant, Ann Hlndman, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Hindmrm, who i attending n church tramp nL Imboden, spent Saturday in Jonesljoro as of Carol Ward, Ann and Carol .spent Sundny In Blythevillc ELS guests of Ann's parents. Ann returned to camp and Carol to Joncsboro yesterday afternoon. J. VV. Shouse has returned to hi? hnme from a New Orleans clinic which he had undergone :i check-up for a week. Cndel Paul D. Pooler, Jr., ROD of *' r. a ivl M is. Piui I D. Poste r o I rl l"lbr*v :| ie. has been apnoint^cl sin- dent first serpcnnt at t'" 1 i"i ROTC smnmrr cnmti at Fort ..„,*.- nin 1 ?. Oa, Cndet Posted K a student at Mississippi State' College. Mrs, Richard BecV.r-r is nmlor- inin'z tcenlincnt at Memphis Baptist Ilosnllal. Mrs. Jimnw Srhumncher nnd .sons Sieve and David, of Memphis, have relumed to their home niter i wenk'.s visit with Mrs. Schumacher'; sislcr. Mr.s. Claries Hiiidtnrtn, *Mr Himinnn and 'daughters. Mr.s. P. L. Tucker. MKs Mnxine Tucker and Lynn Bomar hnve returned to their homos in Tecum.sch Okln., after having visited here u; guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gay. Mrs, Jackie Lloyd nnd son. Gcorgi baby. The Arizona state capital at Phoenix is one of the few public building.s in the country which doesn't have a cornerstone. Lee and Susan Moore, Lawrence Bradley, Bobby Joe Alley. Kay Hindman, Ann Uiiictman, Ralph Ntchol. Mary Pauline Moore nnd Doimie Daniels leturnetl Saturday afternoon from Cht Kho camp uL Imboclep, where they had spent a week. 'J.'he Rev. Lester Strubhar, accompanied by a conference group. Ann Hlndman, O'Neal Dedmati and Marlhn Nichols, left yc.slerd.iy for :hc camp where they will spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Moody of New Albany. Miss., have returned to their lome after visiting as ttue-sls of their son, Hotlis Moody, Mrs. Moody and family. Condition, of Tl. T. Haley, who is 111 fe-M) 6 BlyLhRville 'llospltnl, is reported"- as much improved, Miss Uayona Miller, of Oruti, Mo., left Saturday for her home after visiting here as guest of her par- \t5, Mr. and Mr.s. Arnold Miller. Mr. tun! Mis. John Cook and .sons. Jackie and Danny Joe, were the .sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. HoHis Moody and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cook and family make their home \n Murfrccsboro, Tenn. Mr. nnd M rs. T. I. S en y and Edward "Sonny" Lloyd, left toda> for St. Louts where Sonny will nn clcnto surgery (it Barnr.s Hospital Mr. and Mrs,'Kendall Darr Icf yesterday for Jackson. Tenn.. wher they will spend .several days. Con ditlon of Mr. Darr, who has been il at his home on DoiiKan for severa days, is reported satisfactory. Mary Christine and Martha Er nestine Lloyd, twin daughters o Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd, arrlvei yesterday from St. Vincent's Acari emy, St. Vincent, Ky., to spend th summer months as guests of the!, parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Lloyd. Condition of Mrs. Guy Burks, who is undergoing treatment, and observation la Memphis Baptist Hospital, is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Burks is to be returned to her home Wednesday or Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. G. Shelton will return lodny from Irvin, Tex., where they .spent several days, Mr. and All OCCASION By Sue Burnett Here's a .softly tailored shirtwaist frock that goes everywhere all summer long. WHIB or regulation short sleeves :ire provided, tiny rollcc collar accents the neat square neckline. Pattern No. 8S13 is a scw-rite perforated pattern for' sizes 14, IB 18, 20; -10, 12. 41 and 4G. Size ,1G wing .sleeves, 4\ yards of 35 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents in COINS, vour name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier New." 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7 III. Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed inside the hook. Here's Novel Solution to * Triangle Problem—Spend! Wrllex a wife: "In the 20 years* hat we have been married my hus- 'iind has had three affairs that 11 know about. He has never, I am lire, been aware thai T knew—but iach one cost him plenty because I 'igurcd that If he was spending noney on another woman the least could do was to suend money on nyself, which I did—extravagantly," Well, that's a novel way of, meel- g an old and sordid problem, but maybe it has its merits, • Certainly it's better than lor wife to make the mistake of,pulling out of a marriage without any'" " and leaving the other woman free to move Into her place. And it is better for all concerned than for the wife to po (a pieces and think her life is ended simply because one man has betrayed her trust in him. If there are children It probably even bents creating scenes, tlneat- enhig divorce, and similar carrying on. Ftshls Flrr WHh Fire There's no denying it isn't a ver high-minded way of looking at a serious problem. But then n high- minded woman Ls no match for home-wrecker or for a hnsban without any moral responsibility. A wife faced with the fact that she is part of a triangle can't do anything but look after her own Interests. Under the circumstances anything she can figure out to get a little something out of the deal,I, to her credit. Certainly this wife's letter sounds more chipper than those from manj wives who have written me thai their lives were ruined because thej had discovered that their husbands had been unfaithful. niother entertained ftt the Miller home with a canasta party, The guests spent the afternoon playing canasta after which Mrs Miller served a dessert course. Bowls of summer blossoms were pli-ccd around the room in which the Uvo tables nl guests were seated Mrs. Shelton be accompanied home by their sons. Mickey: and Rlchiml, who had be&n visiting there as_gnests of their grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Buddy Jo Lnyton announce the birth of a .son yester- terday morning at Walls Hospital. The baby, who is their child, has not been nnmed. Mrs. Laylon the former Miss Jenn Wagnon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burns spent the weekend in Helena as guests of Mrs; Burns' sister, Mrs. Edward Lcwey. Mr.s, Pearl Hires relumed yesterday from Union City, Tenn., where she had spent five weeks as- guests of her daughter. Mrs. J. W. Dunn. and family. Mr.s. Hires also visited points of interest in Southern Illinois and Pnrtucah, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hickman of Little Rock, formerly of Blytheville, are visiting In BlythevilLc as Marines to Be Up in Air WASHINGTON. D.C.— wi— More than 35,000 Marine Corps Reservists lire taking to the air this summer in connection with annual maneuvers on both coasts. This will be the largest airborne movement of reservists in any ol the Armed Forces this summer. Almost 10.000 of the airborne Marine Reservists will be members of Organized Reserve Ground Units who meet once a week in home training centers. Another 5,riOO will be Aviation Reserve members in- d!ng some 400 pilots who will fly lighter planes. The Reserves will be flown in Marine transport planes based at Cherry Point, N- C., and El Toro. Caiif. Nearly 8,000 Reservists were transported last summer without accident and every safety precaution again will be taken this summer In the various air lifts. Israel Tightens Travel Regulations TEL AVIV. Israel fAP) — Tha big question—"Is this trip really iccessary?"-r-30 often used durin the last war now is getting a tho rough workout in Israel. It ha. been determined to put a -stop exit, eprmlt.s for Israelis who 'ibrond for fun and take a lot forfigin currency with them. David Horowitz, director-genera or the ministry of finance, told news conference that 8,956 Israel] ivent abroad the first four month :his year. That represented an in crease of 176 per cent over the 297 persons who traveled in tti corcsponding period of 1949. That meant, too, that the Israeli travelers, by converting pounds into dollars at banks in this country, took a lot of badly needed foreign currency with them. Now the. ministry of finance has decided that foreign currency may be obtained only by those Israelis who are making "essential Journey.i" abroad guests of friends. Diana and Paul Franklin Wallace of DahmicEa. da., are spending the summer months here us guests of Mrs. Irene Wallace- Mr, and Mrs. Quford Cnoley left this morning for Paris, Tenn., to visit as guests of Mr, and Mrs. Watts Rushing. Times Today Irti hangover „ i ' Paramount News .t Sliorls Continuous Shoeing Kvcry I); Tticsilay & Wednesday Selected Short Snbjptcts ('ontinuniis Shovring K%'fry Day CO.MINC; SOON TO THK KOXY "CURTAIN CAT.!, AT CACTUS CREEK" ivKh Donald O'Connor "I-'ATIIIIR OF T1IK BUI1>K" «ith Spcnrcr Tracy "WINCHKSTKU Wllh Stewart GEM Last Time Today —DOUHI.K FEATUKE- —I'LUS— "CITY ACROSS THE RIVER" with with Stephen McN'ally aiKTRO SEWS Tuesday X Wcilncsdny —nounw: FKATURB— I erm DAVIS 1 JOSEPH COTTOi "TAKE ONE FALSE STEP' with Wlt.t.lAM l'0\VI-:i,I, SPEEDOMETER REPAIR SERVICE Coming Events Social Calendar ' Monday Gleaners Class of First Baptist Church has Annual picnic at Burette at 6:30 p.m. Hostesses are frs. Jim Tompfcins and Mrs. Hays Sullivan. Tuesday Number Nine Cemetery Assocla- lon will meet at 2 p.m. at HID home >f Mrs. Prank Coats. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meets with Mrs. Walter Barles. TLB Chio entertained by Mrs. Jinks Scrape. Miss Frances Long hostess to M. Birthday Club 7 p.m. Wednesday High 'IVo plays at the home of Mis. Herman Bcsharse. Thursday Piiebean Sunday School Class o] First. Baptist Church has monthly meeting with weiner roast at liver at 1 p.m. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs Robert McHaney. Mrs. cleo LangsUm hostess to Octette Club. Thursday Rook plays al home of Mrs. N. H. Dlakemore. Friday Mrs. J. O. Huey hostess to Lucky Rook Club. GRADUATES FROM ARMY SCHOOL —Sgl. Jack B. Phillips, 19, 5011 of Mr.s. Hugh Saylor ol Arab, Ala., and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L. T, Moore, Sr., ol- Blythevllle, was graduated June 23, from the Advanced Finance Course, Office Chief of Finance, St. Louis, Mo. Sgl. Phillips graduated with the honor of having the highest numerical average of his class and also youngest class member. Prior to his graduation, Sgt. Phillips attended administration school in Denver. Colo., and basic finance In St. Louis. Sgt. Phillips, who is now visit- in Blythevllle. will return to Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex., where he will work- In the Finance Office, 0u He is a veteran of four yearr service with the army. Radio Aids Arrest LOS ANGELES—^JP)—Radio officers M, G. Hutcherson and D. K. Duggans were ordered to Investigate a loud radio.' "Come In," said a voice after they knocked on the .pecificd door. Inside, they reported, they found and arrested five men engaged in game of draw poker. As the officers herded the men out the door en route to the jail, they thoughtfully turned off the too-loud rndio. WE ARE NOW IN A POSITION TO GIVE SPEEDOMETER REPAIR SERVICE With Factory Warranty—Guaranteed Same as New on Every Make Car 1-DAY SERVICE II.SEAYMOTORCo. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER 121 EAST MAIN PHONE 2722 ^ gift that is both useful and beau- li(*j| is just the one for the new baby. Beaming parents will lovt Ihese fork and spoon sels. 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