The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 7, 1950
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PAGE rotm BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW* FRIDAY, JULY ?, 19M New* Jane Shellon, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Bobbie Jean Reed Is Wed To J. W. 'Grear Mr. end Mrs. Leonard Reed of the Number Nine Community today announced the marriage oE their daughter, Miss Bobbie Jean p— >i. f'i j. w. Grear, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Orcar, also ol 'tnc number Nine Community. The Rev. Gene Schultz performed the ceremony last evening at his home at- 8:30 p.m. before a group o" -'itives and friends of tiie couple. . .. bride chose for her bridal costume an aqua street length dress worn with white accessories. Mr. Qrear nnd his bride will be at home in the Number Nine Community. where the groom Is connected with the Rich-Land Products Co. The brine attended Van Burcn schools, 'llie groom Is a veteran of service with the Navy. • • » Robert Lee Smith Claims Bnde WILSON, Ark.. July 7— In » ceremony performed In Manila, Saturday night, Miss Alta Joan Bowen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bowen, became the bride of Robert Lee Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith. The vows were exchanged nt the home of the bride's uncle, the Rev. G. D. McGcc, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Manila, who officiated. The bride's dress was of white taffeta and she carried « bouquet ot white carnations and yellow rose buds. Miss Peggy Bowen, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Herman McDanlel, Jr., of Marion, served as best man. After a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Wilson where he is employed by Lee Wilson Co, . » • ESA Sorority Meets At Swiney Home The Alpha Beta Chapter of Ensl- lon Sigma Alpha sorority niet- Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Ray Swiney for the monthly business meeting. Miss Kathleen Reid Tiras co-hostess for the affair. A brief business sc.sslon wn.s conducted after which the group discussed ways and means suggestions submitted from the sorority's national headquarters. Plans lor future prpgrams were suggested. r ^ :" - Fallowing th£i business meeting, the^jemamder of fhe 1 evening was spent In playing 'Pekeno after which the hostesses served refreshments. The meeting was adjourned with all members repeating the closing ritual. • » • Rook Club, Guests Meet; Mrs. Mayo Is Hostess Mrs. J, Huey and invited to meet with members of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Bowls filled with mixed summer flowers were placed In the room In which the club and guests spent the afternoon In playing rook. Mrs. Earlene Huey won high score, and Mrs. G rover Wren, second high. Mrs. Mayo served a chicken salad plate with R beverage. Candlelight Supper-Dance Honors Supper Club Small tables centered with single glowing tapers were arranged around the ball room of The Huf night for the monthly supper dance mceUiiR of the Dell Supper Club, The 75 members aild guests were entertained by Mr. and Mrs, Forrest Moore and Mr. and Mr.s. F. J, Mooncy lor tln5 candlelight al- ia fr. Gladioli nnd rases, set In low, with three burning tapers set on each .side, topped the long tnblc from which the buffet meal was served. Glowing tapers lighted the arrangement of sweetpcas and greenery topping the mantel of the oom. Immediately preceding the evening's dancing, Miss Charlie Ruth Dlnnkenship, nnd Harry Frilzius accompanied by L. T. Moore, Jr., presented a milfllcal program. The rcinninder ol the evening was spent in dancing. Lawn Parly Given • Feting Mrs. Davis Fifteen Indies gathered last night on the adjoining Inwns of the Marvin Raster and Bill Banlstor homes to honor Mrs. Harold On via, wi'h a layette ahower. Mr.s, RFizcr nnd Mr.s, Banister were hostesses for the pink and blue party. A long iablfi centered with a single lamp and overlaid with a lace cloth was placed on the town. Spring flowers mounted the table. Party ga'hics made up the ding's entertainment, witn prizes being won by Mrs. Tommy Tinker, Mrs. DnvLs and Mrs, RILSSC!! Baugh. Miscellaneous articles were showered upon the hbnorce. A dessert course was served. Twelve Attend WSCS Meeting Twelve members of the Promised Land WSCS met last night at the Promised Land'church for o business and study meeting. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Marcus Gaincs. president. A business session In which the roll call and treasurer's report was given, was conducted followed by group singing. Mrs. Games, reported on the recently conducted zone meeting at the Dell Qhurch, which she'attend- The study course was Uiiplit after which Mrs. Tom Orr presented the devotional. Mrs. Linley Vowell, a new member, dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Henry Young served refreshments in, the social hour following. O. Huey, Mrs. Karlene Mrs. Helen Wren were TAILORED CHARM Miss Moss Is Guest With Club Miss Elizabeth Moss, home service advisor of the REA, was n RU yesterday with ten members of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club who met at the home of Mrs. Join Mayes for the bi-monthly meeting Group singing and repeating o the watchword opened the mcellni after which Mrs. Milton Dallas presented the devotional. The hoste-fis read n pcem followet by the discussion, "Preparing Food For The Deep Freeze," by Mis, Moss. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. R, t. Adkisson, served refreshment.? fol lowing the meeting adjournment. Cominq Events Social Calendar Friday Young People's Training Unlor Class of Cnlvnry Baptist Churc meets at the Park at 7:30 [i.m to chicken fry. Lucky Rook Club plays with Mrs W F. McCami. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mr Pearl Hires hostesses lo the Do Sunday School Clnss of the Firs Baptist Church at the church 2:30 pin. An attractive shirtwaist style for women, that bllltond down the front making it a joy to launder. Short sleeves are also buttoned, unusual jwckets optional. Pattern No. 8551 Is a scw-rite perforated pattern In sizes H, 16 18 20; 40, 42. 44 and 46. Size 16, 4H yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents. In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER lo Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 1, 111. Don't miss the Spring nnd Summer FASHION. Tills latest Issue Is colorful, Infomative, — a complete lulloin wnBlzme. Fabric news, fashion tips, a weallh of smarl frocks to sew for summer arc all Included. K cents. PIANO TUNING and Radio Repair Done by Bonded Serviceman Kvcry Job Guaranteed Everything in Musr'c Supplies and Repairs MAKE RECORDS BROOKS MUSIC |107 K Main STORE I'lionc 1)811 Bits of News Mrs. R. W- Becker was returned 'uesday lo her home from Mem- his Baptist Hospital, where she hccn a patient (or l\\'o weeks, for condition is reported as sat- ifactory. Mrs., Lcona Jenkins, Mrs. Ray- icmi llomnr nnd a niece, Jeantie Crawford, left Wednesday ight for Los Angeles, Calif., where hey will visit relatives, Everett K. Harber and Harry C, 'arr will spend this weekend, at lardy. Buddy Dranlley of Springfield, 'cnn., is the weekend guest of M'Iss ulia Swink and her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. W. C. Swltik. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Wise . and aughtcrs, Julia Pat nnd Jackie, 'ill return la Blylheville Sunday om Fort Sill, Okla., where Mr. Vise lias been on active duty with Officers Reserve. Mr. Wise will cassumc his imsition with the mericitn United Insurance Com- any. They will be at home at 1033 :hickasawba. Mrs. W. K. Francis and children, {avimaugh, Tom Hondrlx, Sally niul lirlstine, of Tuscaloosn, Ala., arc ic holispguests of Mrs. Francis' pur- nts, Mr. and Mrs, Tom A. Little. Dixie Crawford, Jr., of Joncfiboro, s the hctlscguest of MT. and Mrs. lam Hanley and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wllnberly >ave as their guests tins week, Mr. nd Mrs. Hugh Poole and children, iaymond, Ruyford, and Carolyn, of licevillc, Ala. Mrs. Dan Bell of Oxford, Miss., s the guest of her parents, Mr', and Mrs. Tom A. Little, for several ays. Miss Allcne Wimbcrly, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimbcrly, s vacationing In Chuia Vistn, Cnlif., vith her grandmother, Mrs. Ella Vimberly. Mrs. John Walton Cocke, Jr., of Birmingham, Aln., Is the guest ol er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sunn. Miss Betty Black is spending this •eck at the Arlington Hotel In lot Springs. Miss Black .was Joined the week's visit by Miss Betty Dale Bcnhatn and her mother, Mrs. . S. Bcuharn, of Marlanna. Qeorge Edward "Sonny" Lloyd, on of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd, reti.Vned yesterd/iy from Barnes Hospital St. Louis where he rec- ntly underwent an 'operation. He vill return to the hospital for fur- her treatment. f ? Mrs. w. D. Chamb'lin, Mrs. O. W. vlcOutchen, o. S. Crowell and Mr. ind Mrs. Oscar Marhaway are in lot Springs this week where they are attending ihe Arkansas Bridge League Duplicate Bridge Tourna- uent. Condition of Mrs. James Hill. Jr. fho Is undergoing at JOflfjies Hospital in St. Louis, is remitted as Improved. :'."5Trs. T. W. Jefferies. Mrs. A. F, ifeinlcke. ami Mrs. J. Prank Tom- insou and children, Betty Lou and Johnny, of Houston, Tex., house- guests of the Jefferies' and Hein- ckc's. left this afternoon for Memphis where Uicy will spend the weekend, while there they wil celebrate the fourth birthday ol Johnny Tomllnson with a party in Hotel pea body. Judge and Mrs. Roy Harper o: St. Louis are the. guests of Mrs Harper's sister, Mrs. F. E. Black and Mr. Black. Mrs. S. E, Tune and sons, Sam nnd Ryall. will arrive home Sunday from Shelbyville, Tenn., where they were the guests of relatives Condition of Ryall, who was stricken with polio while there. Is reported as satisfactory. He wat a piUlen at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nash Vllle. Mr. Tune will motor to Shel byville for them Sunday. Roscoe Crafton, Jr., and Bnzzj Crafton returned yesterday fron Hardy where they spent the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lambert. Sr, 150 Guests Attend Tea Given At The Country Club The summer social life of Blylhe- vllle wni highlighted yesterday afternoon when Mrs. H. W. Wylie entertained with a Tea at the Counlry Club honoring her houscgucsl, Mrs. Malcolm Lawrence of FaycUeville «nd Mrs. B. R. Lancashire, who will leave soon for Lakeland, Ha., to make her home. One hundred fitly guests called between the hours of 3:30 nnd 5:30 to greet the honorce.s. Mrs. Wylic. Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Lancashire received the guests as they arrived, Red roses set. in crystal vases topped the tables of the spacious reception and entertaining rooms, with cascading arrangements of oilier summer blossoms being set around the club. The hostesses daughters. Heard and Dora Bcrnice, presided at the tea table during the affair. The striking table scene featured a cutwork cloth centered with an arrangement of fragile Peruvian lilies, delphinium and stock. Mrs. R. L. Banister. Mrs. W. Ii. Campbell and Mrs. E. P. Borum assisted during the affair. Out of town guests were joy Jackson of Brownsville. Tenn.. houseeucst of Mrs. B. M. Terry and Mrs. J. Frank Tomllnson of Houston. Tex., houscBuest of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeffcrles and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Helnlcke. Lodge Plans Call Meeting A call meeting of the Chlcka- sawba Lodge Number 131 F. and A. M. will he held tonight at the new Masonic Temple on the cor- cr of Franklin and Davis at 7:30 p.m. Work will be done In the MM degree. Announcement of the ineet- ne was made by the. worshipful nastcr, Ted King. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. R F. BoyJee Mrs, Elva Aimmdson IcU Monday for a two weeks vacation In Rapid City, S.D., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Frank Cole, anil family and son, Hob. En route to Rapid City she will stop over In Milwaukee, Wis., and Minneapolis, Minn., for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ooodson and son Billy are spending their vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Goodson In Sarcoxie, Mo. They will be gone a week. Mrs. H. E. Caples and daughters, BfHty and Bobbyc of Portsmouth, Va., arrived Thursday for a month's visit with her parenUs. Mr. and Mrs. Rapp nnd sister. Mr.s. Ah'ln Fuller and family. Mrs. John Enoch. Mrs. Forrest Mullins. Mrs. E. D. B?all and Hev. and Mrs. H Lvl'n Wtide altended the District WSCS meeting In Dell Thursday. Mrs. H. O. Trnylor left Friday via plane for Boston, Mass., where she will visit In the home of her daughter. Mrs. J. J. Hughes, and Mr. Hughes. Mike and Dickie Corkran, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Corkran of San Antonio, Texas, are spending the summer vacation with their grandmother, Mrs. Pauline Corkran and aunts. Mrs. Stanley Pierce antl Mrs. J. A. Trammel In Wilson. Mike underwent a tonsllcctorny at Dyess Hospital, Monday, His condition Is reported as satisfactory. Miss Annie Raye Rowland Is in Dumas, Ark., this week where she Is visiting her mother, Mrs. S. Rowland and other relatives. Mr, and Mrs. F. A. Holseberg and Mr. and Mrs, T, A. Holscberg, Jr., and baby daughter, Debbie, of Chattanooga. Tenn,, were the week-end guests of Mrs. HolscbetR, Jr.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Stanrod and family. Mr. and Mr.s, J. A. Pittman returned home Sunday from Gulfport, Miss., wbere they spent the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Halajiah and BOH, Ricky, of Cliff Side Park. NJ.. arrived Saturday for a 10-day Visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Coleman and other relatives. Sam Talbol of Shreveport, La.. Is spending the holidays at the home of Miss Martha Muncy. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Gnibbs had as their guests lost week her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John A (wood. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ahlflnger and children. Wanda, Jack David; Rocky Wayne and a nephew, Butch At- wono 4 , all of Dalltis. Texas. Mrs. Ahlfinger Is a sister of Mrs. Grubbs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Muncy of Washington, D.C.i and Mr, and Mrs. Keith Muncy of Long view. Tcxis. are enters In the home of their parents, the Rnv. and Mrs. A. F. Muncy and family. Mrs. Marshall Woodyard and children nre visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs. John Stout In Jackson, Miss. Mrs. J. E. Morgan WHS called to Hernando, Miss., Sunday because of the death of her mother, Mrs. Addle Caffcy of Levcrette. Mr. Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Robert H Mrs. Beck Attends Annual Reunion Memories of re»dln', wrltln', and school days are being revived today by Mrs. R. M. Beck of Blytheville who is In La Center, Ky., for the annual reunion of her school class of the Stone Corner School of La Center. This Is the eleventh year that (he reunion of the five remaining class mates has been held. Special guest for the day of reliving school days, is Miss Jenny Campbell, of Chicago, teacher of he school. A luncheon will be given honor- At The Hospitals Blylricvllle Hospili] Dlsm£s.sel: Mrs. Virgil Jones, Cooler. Mrs. John Walton and baby City Walls Hospital Dismissed:' Mrs. D. W. Barber, Wilson. will leave Monday for San Diego, : allf.. for a visit. En Route they vill visit their son, W. L. Lambert, and family at San Antonio, Tex. Condition of Mrs. Leon Smith, who Is undergoing treatment at Memphis Methodist Hospital, is reported as Improved. Mrs. Smith Is in Room 303. Mr. and Mrs. Neville Blakemore will spend Sunday In Slkeston, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. \Vllliam H. Woods of Colorado Springs, Colo., are.the iuuiseguests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards have i their houseguests their daughter, Mrs. J: B. O'Shea, Mr. O'Shea and son, Johnny, of Tulallua, La. Mrs. Randall Hawks, who Is spending the summer at Camp Rio Vista, Harciy, is spending several days here as guest at- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay and other relatives. ' The Rev. and MrsT J. H. Melton and family are visiting in Houston, Tex., and other points of interest. MYs. Malcom Lawrence of Fayettc- ville, who has been visiting hero as guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. w. Wylie and family, returned to her home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Livingston and Rose Marie, of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, returned to their home Wednesday after several days visit with Mrs. Lily Slsk. Mrs. Sisk accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ewell, Jr.. and family of Memphis, will arrive tomorrow to spend Ihe weekend with Mrs. Ewell's mother, Mrs. Lesilte Hooper. Mr.s. Powell and children will remain for a weeks' visit. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich and Miss Vera Goodrich have returned from Knoxville, where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jontz arc visiting in Memphis with their son Robert James Jontz and family They went especially to celebrate Ihe birthday of Jimmy Jontz. LAUNDRY Complete Family Service We laumle rcverythinp (o a new, bright cleanliness—from grimy overalls to your finest linens! \Ve give your every laundry item, the same fine c;ire you would! There's no extra charge for this special attention Save time . . . save money . . , save energy—lei your laundry do it all! Phone 4418 for Pickup Service BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Listen to KI.CN it It:lt a.m. ami 4:00 p.m. Daily for our program announcement*. Box Of lice Open! »( 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Last Time Today j? If <y M-G-M present* <7 9 \ the romantic comedy of the yeai! PEMR1TMY- JOAN.BENNET £S EUZABETHWlbil Father of UicBridc Paramount News & Selected Shorts Saturday s4 tr **T Serial: "Pony Express" No. II and Selected Shorts Ceml. Showing Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Uig the remaining flv* with fimlly members of the class also attend* Ing. The day will be spent in visiting, nnd locking over old picture* and memory books. Mrs. Beck took her famed "mem-, dry" book to the me«ting. Mra. Beck hns compiled the book of the class activities through the yean. Mrs p. A. Jones was host**«4|£* the unique celebration today iivwr home In La Center. Mrs. Ray Beck of Osceoia «e- companled Mrs. Beck to La Center. Nelson and daughter. Deborah, accompanied her. Mrs. Joe Evans, Jr., and children. Nancy Cloe and Joe Ashby, III, of Ml. Scrllng. Ky., arrived in Wilson, Sunday for a visit with her parents. Mr and Mrs. T. J. McAfee and family. They made the trip to Memphis by plane. Misses Patsy Giccnwell. Grace Ann Brandon and Virginia Ellen Bird were co-hostesses Saturday nlghl when they entertained members of the teen-age set with a dance at the Club House. Chapcr- ones were Mrs. Car] Bird, Mrs. Denton GnrreU, Mrs. S, C. Brandon, Jr., and Mrs. Albert Greenwell. Mifscs Marianne and Nancy Grain entertained Saturday evening with a barbecue at their home in honor of their hoilseguestS; Miss Betty Lou Nix of DlKon, Tenn., and Miss Laura Blackburn of Versailles, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Porter and children, Fred James and Linda and guest, Wayne Taylor of Helena, spent Sunday at the Memphis Zoo. Robert. Bussey, son of Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Bussey, who has been in the Navy for two years has received a discharge and Is home with hl« fBhilly. Herman McDanlel, Jr., of Marion was the week end guest of his uncle, Arnold McDanlel and family, He WHS accompanied home by Don- nle McDanlel who will visit • few days In his home. Mrs. Vernie Springer and her daughter, Mrs. Charllne Crawford and granddaughter, Martha Jennings Leddell, are visiting In Tupelo, Miss., In the home of Mm. Springer's mother, Mrs. J. M. Hopkins. Mrs. W. o. Johnson of Washington. D.C., is a guest hi the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pillnmn. Mrs. Johnson Is a former resident of Wilson. Edwin Webb Is in Little Rock where he Is employed at the Baptist Hospital. While there he is living With hts brother Elvis Webb and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lovetl ipent the Fourth with his mother. Mr», Edna Lovett In Cleveland, Mlsiw,. Estimates of Clie population of Tibet run from less thari * million to six million. SUNDAY & MONDAY AFiAMC &VASHBUOKUM ADVfffTOR^ YVONNE DE CARLO PHILIP FRIEND ROBERT DOUGLAS^ [ISA UNCHESTER*- MDREA KINS PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS Continuous Showing Sunday 1:15 to 11:00 GEM " Air Cooled" Bo* Office Opens 6;.l5 Show 'Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Time Today Selected Short Subjects Saturday Serial: "Undersea Kingdom" Chapt. 1 A Cartoon font. Showing Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 DOUHI.K FKATURK Sunday & Monday RK Mexican Hayride Abbot I & Coslcllo MI-.TKO NK\VS Continuous Showing Sunday 11:30 lo 11:00 FREEDOM FROM SUMMER COOKING! It Costs Less to Eat at the Razorback Than to Eat at Home! IT'S COOLER HERE FOR YOUR COMFORT Bring the Family in for the Finest Food in Town, Served in the South's Best Dining Room. Half Canteloupe Ice Cold _ Served Daily 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 (he Town — Served Every D»y Try Our Exclusive Recip* of Home Made French Dressing and Shrimp Cocktail Sauc* Razorback Hiway 61 So. Blytheville

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