The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1950 · Page 4
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FACE FOU* BLYTHEVTT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS fen* Shelton, Society Editor Clifford Rotton To Claim Bride In August Nuptials Announcement is made today by Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Spencer of Mon- rtt« of the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Belle, to Clifford D. C. Rotton of Blytheville and Helena. Miss Spencer plans an afternoon ceremony at 4:30 Aug. 12. at the First Baptist Church in Monette. The bride-elect Is a senior at Arkansas Stale College, Jonesboro. where she Ls a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Mr. Rotton was graduated from Arkansas State College, and was a member of Sigma Phi fraternity. He Is now a faculty member of the Burdettc school system. Following their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Rotton will be at home in Blytheville In the Country Club Addition. Wedding plans will be revealed later. Phon« 4461 PLANS MARRIAGE —Miss Hclle Spencer of Monelle is the bride-elect of Clifford G. Rotton of Bly- t h e v i11e and Helena. N 11 p- tial vows will t>e exchanged in August. Mr. K o 11 o n is a member of the RurdoHe school facull.v. Resident's Granddaughter Plans August Wedding Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Wood ot Wal- Jiut Ridge have announced tha f.n- gagement of their daughter, Miss Patricia Jean Wood, to Samuel W. Cole of Parkin. The ceremony will be performed Friday, August 25, in the First, Methodist Church of Walnut Rid?e, p with the Rev. O. J. Evanston, pas- 1 tor, officiating, Miss Wood attended Ward-Belmont at Nashville, where she was a member of the Agora Club, and _ later enrolled in. Arkansas State' College, Jonesboro. She is the granddaughter of Mr.3. E. B. Blomeyer of Blytheville and the late Mr. Blomeyer and of the late Mr. and Mrs. U L. Wood, early residents of Walnut Ridge. I Mr. Cole is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cole ol Parkin. He attended luwamba Junior College at Fulton, Miss., and Arkansas Stale College, Jonesboro. • • • Mrs. Afflick Entertains Kibitzer Club, GuesLs White summer blossoms predominated throughout the decorations of the Charles Afflick home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Afflick was hostess to the Kibitzer Club and three guests for the weekly dessert bridge. Miss Nancy Fort of FarmvMIe, Va., house guest of Mrs. T. J. Mn- han, Mrs. Jack Hale find Miss Betty Black were invited to meet with the club. In the bridge game, Mrs, Robert MeKariey'won high score.&nd Mrs. Alex Curtis, second high. -. (.* • • • » . Three Guests Attend Rook Club Meeting Thr« guests, Mrs. Mildred Sheppard. Mrs. Lonny Mailing and Mrs. r»enny Folwer, met yesterday afternoon with members of the Thursday Rook Club, when Mrs. G rover Wren entertained with the weekly dessert meeting. Snapdragons and pastel lined •weetpeas provided the floral decorations for the entertaining rooms. "Mrs. Manning won high score In the rook game, with Mrs- NH. Blakemore winning second high and Mrs. Sheppard, rooko. Lula May Caldwcll Marries Bobby Whcal Mrs. W. A. Caldwell of Pontnloc. Miss., today announced the marriage of her daughter. Miss Lula May Caldwcll, to Bobby Wheat of Blytheville. The Rev. Mr. Written, Baptist minister an Hernando. Miss., performed the ceremony July 1, at :30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wheat are now at home in Memphis where he is connected with International Harvester. Aycock Home Selling 'or Birthday. Party Thirty eight boys and girls gathered Wednesday afternoon at the home of Donald Aycock, Jr., to Join In the celebration of his seventh birthday. Party games were played on the lawn of the home, which was decorated with multi-hued balloons and streamers of bright crepe paper. Prizes in the games were presented Joan Barger. Dotty Ralth. Bobby Glcen Graham and Dan Ro- aud FarrLs. Birthday cake and Ice cream was served from the long refreshment table also arranged on the la«-n. A handdrawn linen cloth overlaid the t table, with summer blossoms it-ranged In the center. • Mrs. Aycock was assisted in directing the afternoon activities and serving by Mrs. J. w. Farrish. grandmother of the honoree, and Miss Billie Graham. During the afternoon, favors were presented each guest. BACK TO SCHOOL Church Class Has Potluck Supper The country home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale of Armorel, was ,t\e setting last night [or a potluck supper meeting of the Mary Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church and two guests. . Mrs. Ivy Crawford and Mrs. Dula Morris were co-hoslesscs to the class and guests, Mrs. N. M. Quinn or Las Cruccs. N. M., houscgucst of Mr. and Mrs. Key Hunt and Mrs. R. N. Payne. Summer flowers were set around the reception and entertaining rooms, with a large bowl, from which cascaded pink rosebuds and Shasta daises, centering the dining table. Colorful gladioli set in a low pottery vase topped the mantel. Immediately following supper Dr. Edna Nies. cass president presided over a business session, which was opened with a prayer bv Mrs W. J. Rogers . ' " ' Mrs. Harry Frilzius presented the devotional nnd two vocal solos accompanied at the piano by Mrs Hale. Mrs. Quinn discussed the pro» ress of the Baptist Church in Las Cniccs. after which she adjourned the meeting wilh prayer. ORDAINED .MINISTER _ The Rev. Harold Ray of Wilson was ordained this week at the Wilson Baptist Church by a presbytery composed of Dr. II. E. Williams, president ol Southern Baptist College in Walnut Ridge, George C. Monroe, of Walnut Ridge, M. D. Davis, of Wilson, A: B. Hill, of Luxora, D. D. Bledsoe, of Blytheville, Kenneth Thrcet, of Harrison, Joseph A. Hogan, of Osceola and A. p. Muncy. of Wilson. The Rev. Ray. a student at Southern Baptist College, is pastor of the Wardell Community Baptist Church near Wilson. FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1980 Bits of News Al The Hospitals lllylhcville Hus|ii[:il Dismissed: Orease Origgs, .City. Mrs. Virgil Jones and baby Cooler. Walls UoKiillal Dismissed: Mrs. Wylie Keen and baby Cooler. Mrs. Lorene Atehinson and baby Horncrsville. ' •Jack King. Bon I'ctcrson and Mr. and Mrs. Franlc Webb will leave In morning for Mobile, Ala. f where Ihey will vacation for ten days. Jack and Don will visit points of interest n Florida prior to returning homo. Mrs. G. W. Moore of Roswcll. N. M., Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Earstey Alford and family, and son, Royce Moore and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alford and daughter, Paula Jo, nad spent two weeks in Roswcll with Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Shelbnrne Brewer of Blythc- vilte and sister. Mrs. E. J. Atchley and Mr. Atchley. of St. Louis, have returned from Biloxi, Miss., where .hey vacationed for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Atchley visited here with Mr. and Mrs. Brewer before returning to their home. Dcloris Weaver has returned to her home in Clnrfcsdnlc, Miss., after visiting here as guest of her cousin, Joan Earls, and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earls. Miss Rosemary Child of Blythe- He is among the 2875 students attending Washington University, St. lK)uis, Mo., for the summer scs- , It wns announced today by the news bureau of the university. Mr. and Mrs. Sheiburn Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Miller will leave In the morning for St. Louis where they will spend three days. While there, the group will attend the baseball games. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hood and son, Harold, Jr., will leave tonight for Lamar. Miss., where they will the guests of Mr. Hood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hood. Tliey will also visit in Potts Camp, Miss., as guests ol Mr. Hood's sister, Mrs. Lawrence Howell and family. Mrs. G. O. Poetz and son, Ronny, Mary Alice Wrotcn. Charles Lnng- ston, Jr.. and Mrs. Clco Langston will leave this afternoon for Gulfport, iljiss., where they will spend ten days. They will he accompanied home by Susie Wroten and Glencla Lee Poetz, who have been attending Camp Gulfpark in Gulfport. Mrs. Lee Powell, Mrs. J. D. Wld- ncr and Mrs. Eugene Harris have received word that their brother. S-Sgt. Johnson A. Enochs, has arrived in the United States from Japan where he served two and one half years with the Air Force. Sgt Enochs has been assigned to Oakland, Calif. He will arrive in Blytheville in September to visit his sisters Sally Triescnman and Donna Sue Gore left yesterday afternoon for Little Rock where they will visit with Sally's grandparents. R. K, Berry has returned to his home in Hot Springs after six- weeks visit with his daughter. Mrs. Clair Miller, Mr. Miller ami family Mrs. Katherine S. Green ant Mrs. Virginia S. Campbell, commercial teachers of Blytheville and Del' schools, will leave , today lor Fayetteville.'where they will enroll ii the University of Arkansas Graduate School for work on their muster's degrees. Their address will be 808 Leveret, Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Jr. and children. Knthy and U. S. Ill, all of Dallas, Tex., are visiting here as gue-sts of Mr. Branson', parents, Mr and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Berry of Pine Bluff, formerly of Blytheville announce, the adoption of a daughter. Janan. The baby was born July 5th. Mrs. B. B. Wilson has returned home from Little Rock where, she spent several days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce Wilson of Dclaplain were the weekend guests of Mrs. Wilson, who returned to Delaplain with them for several days visit before going to Mrs. N. Shields Hostess to WMU -Mrs. Norman Shields was hostess and program director for the 15 members of the Gosnell WMU, who net at her home on Camp Moul- rle Drive for a Royal Service pro;ram, Tuesday night. Group singing and a prayer led jy Mrs. Lewis Rhymes, opened the meeting. The president, Mrs. i,. T. Karnes, irespnteU the devotional, "The Hope of Glory" after which Mrs. Hewitt Van Cleve, Mrs. Rhymes, Mrs. Tom Crimes,' Mrs. Gerald Moody, Mrs. Karnes, Mrs. Cecil Gray, Mrs. Gloria Christian, Mrs. Robert Williams, Mrs. Altec Lott. Mrs. Imogone Castillo and Mrs. W. . Maxwell, presented the program. Sentence prayers adjourned the meeting after which the hostess served refreshments. —Courier News Fhoto 51 K. AM) MltS. W1J.UK IIliKKY POTTEK of Route Three, Blytheville. celebrated their 52nd year of marriage yesterday. Mr. auu Mrs. Potter observed the day quietly at their home. Otters' Celebrate 52nd Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Willie Henry Pot- :er ol near Blytheville yesterday celebrated tlieir 52nd wedding anniversary. Oil July 13, 1898, Miss 2ul!ie Ann Southard \vns married ;o Willie Henry Potter and moved to a farjn near Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Potter are the parents of 12 children, ten of whom are living. Through the SB years. Mr. Potter Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mac White, Mr. and Mrs. Ben White, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamulin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McHancy. Ross Hu- t'lies. Jimmy Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Halsell left today for Senatobia, Miss., where they will attend the wedding of Miss Joyce Roscliorough and Johnny "White tomorrow night at the Senatobia, Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Stewart of Jonesboro and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Halsell will leave tomorrow for Senatobin. Charles McDaniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McDaniel, has been awarded a scholarship to the school of journalism at Northwestern University, Evanston, 111,, for the 1950-51 session, it was announced today. Mr. McDaniel, who will be a sophomore, was the winner of a scholarship to the .school last year. During the summer months he is connected with the Dean's office of the School of Liberal Arts, as statistical computer. Mrs. Robert, I. Thompson has returned home from Bina, Ala., where she spent two weeks as guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Massey. Mrs. Thompson was accompanied home by her sister. Mrs. W. R. Hovatcr and son, Joe. for has lived within five miles of Blytheville and has watched the growth of a small trading center Into a thriving city Farming luis been the occupation of Mr. Potter through the years. The couple makes their home on Route Three. Of the ten remaining children only one, Leon Potter lives in Blytheville. a visit. Miss Florence Moore. Mrs. Prances GainmiH, Mrs. L. C. Posey, Jr., and Kay whltmorc or Luxora attended the MOAT production. "Rose Marie." Wednesday night ir. Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owens, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Mrs. W. H. Hutson and Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster were in Memphis last night (or the MOAT production, "Rose Marie." Miss Betsy Oglesby and Bill Oglesby of Little Rock arrived yesterday to visit as guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson. Mrs. N. M. Quinn of Las Graces N.M.. is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Ney Hunt. Mrs. Joe Shanks and Mrs. Ornl Hunnicutt of Dell will leave in the morning for Clarksdalc, Miss, where they will be with their father and uncle, A. L, Bceman, wrl is ill in a Clarksdale Hospital. Mrs. H. G. Partlow underwent surgery today at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Jesse M. White a---l daughter. Martha Ann. Mrs. S. C. Owens and daughters, Sue and Lou and Mrs. Robert Grimes of Lexington. S.C.. ivcre in Memphis last nislit for the MOAT production "Rose Marie." Let me leach your child the fundamentals of acting; public speaking; and self expression. Prepare your child now for (he lead in the Senior flay. I can help your child off to a good start on a well rounded personality. Instruction will begin Monday al the Hotel Noble. CAM, OK SEE WAYNE TATE AT HOTEL NOBLE By Sue Burnett This exciting dress is certain l< delight every school belle sviih it- young yet grown-up air. Colorful buttons gayly follow each olhe- down Ihe front and trim the pock- , els, shoestring lies arc as saucs ' as can be. Pattern No. 8618 is a scw-rile perforated pattern in sizes 6, 8, 10. 12 and H years. Size 8, short sleeve 2-^ yards of 39-lneh. In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PAVTKRN HUM- MR to Sue Burnett. Courict News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago l' The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many ideas for a .smart new wardrobe. Special fabric edition—more American Designer OrlRlnnls—easy to sew styles— (Ifl pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. Tonight! . . . Hear! . . . ROBINS Dr. R. B. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEES!AN FOR ARKANSAS Over R^rlio Station WRECQt7:30p.m. KLCN and the Ki\7.nrb;\ck Xrtworfc nt 7:00 p.m. Speaking from Cannlcn in Hchalf of the Candidacy of BEN LANEY The Man Arkansas Needs Again as GOVERNOR rolilical Adv. Prt. (or by Dr. R. B. Robins R PRESCRIPTION Kvcry prescription compounded by our registered pharmacist is double- checked for accuracy, every ingredient checked for potency. So, when accurnry is a must; count on u.sl ROTHROCK'S DRUG STORE 205 W. Main Phone 4451 12 HOUR SERVICE 12 HOUR SERVICE Eight Exposure Kodak Roll Film Developed and Eight Oversize Jumbo Prints O'STEENS O'STEENS Why wail a week or fen days for your pictures by sending them out of town? \Vifh our new modern automatic equipment, just in- slailed, we arc al>Ic to give you faster service and betlcv quality al these reduced rates. We have, without a doubt, the most modern Kodak rhii.shinjr equipment in Northeast Arkansas. "BlytheYitle's Oldest Studio" O'STEEN'S STUDIO 115 W. Main Bytheville Call 4974 arl Patterson Elected RA Head Curl PalU-r.son wits eluded am- baiador and chief of the Junior R A '5 of the Armorel B a p ti.it Church, yesterday, at n business meeting of the group. The meeting was opened 'with the RA ritual of hymn and the commission of drderation. Selections of .scriptinc were presented 6y the Number Nine Junior RA's led by Mrs. Bob Stovull. In the business session, Michael Elliott wss named secretary and treasure]-, and Marvin Elliott, reporter. Ini nixoTi is group counselor The meeting wa.s adjourned wilh prayer by the pastor, I he Rev. W, E. Kd- mondson. TO HOLD MEETINGS HERB — The Rev. W. F. Carlton o( Marked Tree will begin » serlen of meetings at the New Liberty Baptist Church on Highway 61, South, Sunday, July 16, It was announced by the Rev. Russell Duffer, pastor of the New Liberty Church. The Rev. Mr. Carlton 1s pastor of the First Baptist Church of Marked Tree. Services will be conducted twice daily at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Dill Cable will be in charge of the musical program. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday from the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: F. M. Miller of Blythevilte and Miss Margaret Stegall of Steele. John W. Snider and Mrs. Rutb Robinson, both of St. Louis. A. J. Book and Miss Nella Jack Flowers, both of Blytheville. Listen (o KI.CN at 10:10 ».ra. and 4:00 p.m. Daily for our program announcements. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showint Everyday LAST TIME TODAY L ^ 1 '.Vile/: a inru* KTM— a MIUAKD Mirmll. lohn Mr.lr.lre • l)y C.FIi'K* Paramount N'cws it Selected Sliorts SATURDAY TMI 0«I»T SONG HIT COMII 10 LIFI ON TMi iCIIEN 1 CM WIM Serial: "Pony Express" No. U Cont. Showing Sat. 12:30 to U:SO Also Cartoon SUNDAY and MONDAY «5f YCrtfCAN SEE IT AS YOU CHEERED IT I f 7 -The Big Story Behind * "Operation Vittles! fflUHILtUMtKT CLIFT PAUL DOUGLAS ffJG L\V\ cmiii icmiis nmvmn OEWSSE cam wraran * nd D.,<,l.d b, rr*..e,dl, GEORGE SEATON • WILLIAM PERLBERG PARAMOUNT NfWS AHD SELECTED SHORTS CONTINUOUS SIfOWlN'G SUNDAY 1:15 to 11:00 "AIR COOLED" Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. LAST TIME TODAY "BATTLE GROUND" wilh Van Johnson A John Hodiak Selected Short Subjects SATURDAY JERVE-LASHING TERROR Serial: "Undersea Kingdom" \o. 12; Also Cartoon font. Showing Sat. 12:30 to U;3fl SUNDAY and MONDAY DOUBLE FEATURE EDWARD I. ALPERSON fcMONTGOMER? -.CAMERON ^ --WINDSO 0 totanSTjmCK- J»«s MASM Vn HEFUN • An URDKER METRO HEWS CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY l:ls to 11:M

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