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BMTHEVir.T.E (ARK.) COUIUKR WKnNESDAY. MAY 14. 1052 New* I Wedding Customs Have Changed, Thus Making Everybody Happy Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4'lGi Miss Jackson's Engagement Told by Parents Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Jackson an- nounre the engagement ot t heir daughter, Jcaiiette, to Corporal Bill Wixon. HP Is (he son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wixon of Pirayune, Mfss., former residents of BurdotUf. o.l B'jrdetto. The bricie-plecl is now Mlfiiding Burrfclle High SrJioo). whei'p she Ls a member of the Junior class, CnJ. Wixrm is a graduate nt Blytheville High School, and attended Arkansas Poltyechnlc Ool- Ippe at Rns.^ellville. Ark. He is tuivr serving with the Air Force and is stationed at Austin, Tex. Wedding plan* are incomplete and \vill be announced at A later date. ii ; Bits of News Surprise Party Given in Home" Tuesday Club Has Luncheon Mrs. Frprt Boyctl. Si\. was honored u'iilj a .Surprise birthday Pnr- ty last night at the home of lierjterdny son, Fred Boyett. Jr.. nnd Mrs. Boy- ' ett at 400 North Fifth Street. M vs. Stickmnn had Twenty-two gnpst5 \v c \ r sprvM: i'liirhi-ni;' which \va.<; .^prv traditional birthday rakp nnrt ire riining room \vhrre rosrs croam. The tnbln was overUid wlfh | natrri l» the Mnrnl rierci Mrs. Lloyd siickmnn rmrrtninrd f members of the Tuesday club y"*all metnbcrs were pre.s- i 1 p.m. •ri !n the prrdonu- Tea Honoi'a Senior Mothei-s at Final FT A Meeting Senior High Parent-Teachers As- Kocintinn ctnidurteci their final tnroi- IHR of the yeur yesterday, which preceded a tea yivcn In hnnor of Hie senior mmliers, To Ix^in Hie iirnKinrn. Mrs. Wilson Henry presruiert some of her slude- ms in n mnsirjri) rievorinnal. Millie Ann Mallory played the "Prelude" by Tschaitcowskv and ihe buys (jnrult'itr, rnnjjiasrri of Wajrcn Mc- Olurr. Jimmy Ciil^M-tscm, Albert KjilrfipJri, Jon Lynn VowrlJ, sang "My Hrart SKKHK! 8(111" and "Dry Mr.s. O. F. Quell tun I/ read ihe mrssagr. which was fo!- Imvfrt by tnsijillatlon of ofnrors for the fr»mins year. Mrs. Fred Jlean was pfrsentini: ofncer and Mrs. Cecil f»wft, past prosidMir. was instaii- hiKi officer. N(",v fifficrrs Include Mrs. O. W. ! Whit SHI., first vice prfsidr-Jii; Mis.s j ! Crcil Ca.^id 1 .'. secnnil vicp president; I : Mrs. T. I. fieav, \fci-elary: Mrs, J.I ; W. Adams, irrasiu-er; Mrs. J. p. | Ctnrinri. hlsini-ir>n. During ihe in- j r siallatir>n Miss .\J:illnry played ! Die senior cloth and was r.rntrrcd with a mixed boiiQijcl of RprinR bloom.*;. Dfrorfttinp the Boyfltt hnme, were rosrs. carnation5 and gladioli. The eccnine was spent In informal entertainment. Mrs. Guard !s Hostess to Club' Mrs. jR))if>.c C. Guard w^5 hr«ff».S5 yefterriay in her home on Davis to member* of the Trt-Town Bridge Club for R luncheon. Guests included Mr^ Ru<isel! H. Farr, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rnwnll C. Farr and Mrs; Ben Mac White. Mrs. James Terry won (irst place 1» the bridge games and Mr*. Gene Tcaford won second place. Luncheon was serced at the Individual bridge tables and centering each was a jmall silver vase of spring flowers. Garden Club Meets On Lake -Street Baal Side Garden Clnh met yesterday at the Lake Street Methodist Church with Mrs. La cy Gordon, vice president, presiding nnd Mrs. A. D. Priest, president, lending the program. Program opened with prajw led by the Rev. George McGhehey. Mrs. Pauline Vance spoke on 'The Rose.", Airs. Iverson Morris and Marshall I Gordon gave reports on the rose show that they hart attended in Memphis. flower arrangement from recent. Dorothy Biddlp lecture here. Mrs. .1. W. Mnlonpy tied \Mih Mrs. Gor- raupement. don for first place m) flower nr- HostesR. Mrs W. J, Wnolrm pre- -ventert potted plant* ns pri^^s. Repcnoid, iiiE top honors in the hri<f»e ; which followed were Mrs. C. :. nnrt Mrs. E. M lUHjltl CdlUll WflJt chss. Tea, honori/ip ihe ."junior 070)hers. wns linltl In rhr llnnif Keonomiw Cot In ye. HfwpitrtJJty fjoup iiirJitrfprf Mrs. Russell Mays. Mis. ,|. W. Rav- lfl.>2 brtile [iiiys :is Jidit or as much as slie lil:es f«r her hriilal Sown ami is in {usliicm cither way. IJul jusl o ,, c hundred years asm. faslnori drcrecil a minimum of S^OO for a wcililinj; dress and r-..> for the veil! Tlic veil, however, could he worn as a scarf later. NRW YORK — INFA»— The hrinal cd VO^IJP of 15)52. ihat of the hmuiiful white dress nnd nnsiy veil, hasn't aJ'-vay.s brcn with 115. Jn CoJoninl days, for instatirc. brifles wore '• fjow^rcri hrorados and chor- i Bride's Maids Do's and Dorits drr. Mrs. Jens 7l<irner. and Mrs. Hnl Bayrl. [ t y-nnd-prlmrose damask. Tiie Jnble frtim wliich party fonrls • ^' Jt onr« u-Jiitc inovrd were served. vnf drapnd wilh a lace cM(h and rRntpj-fjd with a mixed ' KpriiiQ boii(]iifiL A corsngp of pan- i sic.s was prosenteri fo Ihp hnnorces. altar-ward. What was undouht wedrhnp piortuetirin of the last "cen- j days. tnry was staged ni St. Thomas' 'Mr. i'Chu Mi^s Mni'ion May^s, whn attends : Bhif* .\fount;un CoIlf'KC, fins bt'cti ' RIVPU the Purser -Speech Mr-rial. ! which HOPS to the >on(<ir spnni-li sin- ! tjrnt who -'hpst represents the ideals \ of thR fieparimtitit of ^pprrh." | Miss M a t y Out law v. a s <-fi I led i o HiH-ior today because of the rie.uh of lu-r aunt, Mrs, Wal'/r Piunsh.! Mr. and MJS. A. R. Woteiiknmp' iinij rJaiifcliie) of AJemphi 1 ! >pfiii fh»*; week entj with her jnothfir. Mrs, P:. j M. Terry. Sr. j Miss Susie Clino nf Sikfcion \f\ Ihp' KIIP.SI. of hfr n»m, Mrs. T. M.J ftfr. aficl Mis Klwrxul Doon an- , nnunce the binh of ihrk sPi-nnri i chilrt, a win, Monday al the M«>fn- ndisi Hospital in Memphis. He has : been nanieri Lxnh« Stanley and they have another son, Stephen. [ Mis. O. W. McCnlchen was Inken [ lo the IlaptlRL Hospital in Mem- : phis ye.sterdny. Mr. and Mrs. John E. PVrRUFon. •Jr., of Little Kock announce ihe birth of their first child, John E.. in, yesterdny. She if ihe foriner Miss Mury J3oi)i RoKcrs. dmmtucr «»/ Mr. and Mis, p'. A. RO^TS. Mrs. Maiy Dldhsm o( flhawnrp- iown. III.. Is thft Ruesr. of ,\;r. and Mrs. E. O. Ariflins on Cninrtry CJub Drive. Mr. anrf Mrs. ,1s tiiP^ Brirksdale, .'- .- Sunshiije Smith and Unh Wnl- den returned last nitht finm Bi» Bear Ixidpie on KennirKy Lake .ny the hisffest i where they spem ihe past'several Hy Al.iriA HAKT So you're golnii in he a' hi tries- mAlri, You'vr siidrlpniy brrn taught i up in a rush of excitement that ; leavfie liltlf liJJie for nil ilie thincs you has'c m srcomplish in your: If this is your first appearance ', ns n mcinhpf of a wrddinp pnrty, you'd biHU'i- be prepared tn include drr.vs fiiiitie.s, rehr.-irsnis and many' shopping expeditions in your al- • t'c^dy busy school .sclied'ilp. Bui in all the hustle and bnsHf rfon't forpet to make your own per- j sonnl grooming plans. Such an im-l port a tit orrnsion certainly <:alts for a s^joclal make-up and hair-do. > Once your dre.ss has beeji cliosen you will he in a better position to decide nbnur your mafcr-up. If U is a frneile pastel, keep your make-up m approximately the same lone. But no inairer vi-hat the color, al- ' ways be careful to try for a subtle ! effect, j The neckline ot your drops shrmld 1 Influence ihe hair style you pick (or the wedding. For instance, if it Coming Events 'I'luirsday Phrrx-ati Class of tho FJrst Bap- tin Church niPPt^ at thp <:hutch at 7 p.m. /or pndiK-k supper. Mrs. H. H. Hnui-lnns rnlrrlcuns Mid-W'cfik Clnh at Country Club, Mrs. Lynn Hughes is iiost05s to Lfl Nup v. Thursday Hook Clui* ha* meeting with Mrs. W. B. M:iyo. Rlvthoullp DuplirHtr B i i d g* I/'Rp.ue mri'i,^ ar HntrL N'nhlp. Mrs. Alex Curtis enlmams Kibitzers. Friday Chapter "K" of PKO mppts in the home nf Mr>, L E. Old Inr a 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Chester Cakiuell ro-hasrrss. Blyiheville Woman's Club has I JKRI. Musical lea at fhr rlub. Coiillinn Club has party a I Che Mirror Room of Hnfpl Noble al 9 /MM. Ho.sls snd hostesses are .Mr. *•, Mrs. Day. Mr. , " 0 "" 1 ""' ""' M ,'; S ' fl^x'* Nome of/ the shoulder, consider wear-, O//JCIQ/ Approval ing your hair lonj? and lull, Just' thp opposite i.s tme if Ihe rfrt?w? )ia.* a hi«h ruLindrd collar. TlifMi ymi v\)ll waiii your hnir off your iwk, in \vhatflvpr style Is, of course, most flartrrinc for you. hair stylos and make-up FRANKFURT. Germany W Having n. bfihy in Germany is rnsy on the faihrr until it comes fime to pick out a name. A proud parent can't inst s<?Ject any name he wants. Officialdom u'hh the othor bridesmaids and thejha^ Us o»'ti rigid ideas, tf von prospective bride. Find out whut | don't register yonr child there less pR<-h one's plans are, so that you j U»sn a U'eeJc after bfrth, II doe.sn'i will nil be in complete accord. And i exist—legally. When you make out •"" '""r. (he bride must nlwayx \ .vonr income tax declaration, you're Love Group Meets With Miss McHaney Love Group o fihr First Christian Church met last niRht with Miss Frances Mi-Haney hoslrss. Oltpslf; included Mrs. .John Mc- Hnney nn'l Mrs. J. w. nalnwatrr among the aillnti Carnival Ladies and nine regular members were of the Realm who will attend se- P r " 1> " 1 - I lection of the Queen al 1 ,, m A business meelina was conduct- j Thursday during the Royal Cotton ed by Mrs. Freeman Robinson and | Carnival Home nnd Garden Pil- Alissco Girls In Queen Of Realm Selection Two Mississippi County i>irls are tllto till! fashion spoUushi for \veddin tjs, brides took to it u-ith gfec. By IfciO, Goricy's Lady's Hook was able to announce that (he bride of fashion must pay at least $f>on for her dre^ i And that, t.his nngjiKine added w.is' IJlc " nJie -' ! K lfl to his bride wns a reasonable! j diamond belt. Her parents handed] PHr* rnr +!,» ,. n <i ..-.,.. o „,„>.,. *I-»K' P vf?r 50me pearts that had once be- <:h In New York in the yp.ir 1895. it starred Consuela Vancirj-- biJt, u-ho bccAme the bride of the DukenfMarlboroiiRh. The entire interior of the church was decked out 'n boatloads of rare orchids brought and Mrs. J. A. Ri=cs of Lit.lle ^' 1 ^ w ^' arrive tomorrnu' to hn the cuests of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway. be the center of attraction. It is the job of the bridesmaids to complement and point up her beauty. i from the Duke's estate in England. and i his pftndit un latfli- for evening \vear ns n sort of drnprd overskirl, or scarf. Once paid for, the veil was ad- ju.sled to the bride's head with, a wreath or "rhaplet" r>f flower,?, a its was a strictly prtirtlcal ex-t .. ' ' uve since the vril conlrt turn! ainonB her othftr wpfl dhig gift* the Duchess found a pearl-and-dia- monrl dog colfar. Mrs, Rninw'f\ter was instnliinc of- rfcer In the installation of new officers. Included In the new officers are Mrs. Robinson, prrslrlent.; Mrs. J. W. MrHnncy. vice president,; Miss Luelln Alley, secretary and treasurer and Miss McHaney, service director. Polio win? the installs I ion. (he proprnm, "II j Can Give Vmj These Thine*" was led by Mrs. ,]. \v, Mc- Hnnoy with thn nspl.sfance of JVIr.i. John McHnney. Mrs. J. p. Garrott save n rievo) ioriiil and fhe missionary lienediction ndjourned the A social hour followed. In vhicri (he hoetes."; sorved refreshment's. primage sponsored by the Nine ,, I custom thnt had lasted since Anglo- Baptist YWA Meets In Gordon Home Youup Women's As.^ncinMon of the First Baptist Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. Nell Gordon with a total present of 13. The opening prayer was lerj by Miss Adaline J>e. nnd a devotional was jriven by Miss June Buclinnnn whn wa.s a! Kn in rhnrtjp nf the pro-j FT n Brain tifler) "The Hnrdrst. Plarr" H Oj 1 ADfl O'UO HflS and inkcn from the "Wlnrtow." Dis- ! \,r rtrt 4-; „ „ • TI noy j Meeting in Home teciUh CPIUUI-.V Club 'at. the home ?.»* 0 n.<"»'"• -» "ct-arir c.-,rlior. Qwen of Mr. and Mr.s. C. R. Stout, 517 Goodwyn. one of the in homes of the pilgrimage, Participating in MIR selection iviH be Maid of Cotton Miss Pat Mullarky. Missco girls ate Miss Gay Oavri- jran, dniiRhter of Mr. and Mrs. C W. GnrrUnn of Blylheville. and Miss Evelyn .lean PJRB. rimtahier nf Mr, nnd Mi's. J. A. Pit;g of Os- eolaV Miss .Jane Arlnm. resMe.ni. of O.sccol^ niv Mr. and irt d Mrs. Georpo c Ctinrlottc, Duplicate League Plays at Club ;He Counfrv Cluh DnpJi- cate B^idKe J.caRiie mc(, last, night for n Master Point night f,n pjay n five-table Howell ninvcment. Taking the hiph honors were ,\frs EHpenla jnnklns nnd Mrs. Prank Oi-igsby with second golnp to Mrs P. D. Foster and Mrs. B. A. Lynch nnri third to Bernard Gooch and Frank Nelson. Sew-Simple For Tots >rnyfr wns l«l by M^nri, fnllowini? HIP protrifitn. te.ss servori refreshments. Guests Meet, With La Petite Club Country Clnh u as the SCPHP yes- trrriay fnr a nicplinj: nf Ls Pptiic Clnh who wns entprtalned hv Mis. •I P Mcntandon. On P.M."! tTvluriert Mvs. Moyd Whit-I tsiltor and Mrs. John Lrnfl. In ihe hrirlEp gnmr^, Mrs. Rupnt Crafron tvnu hich <-rnre and Mrs Erie Whiilry won .irrond. Hnripo wfnl. fo Mm. U'hffljikrr. HOLLAND —The South Holland Extension Club held lu regular nieecins. May 8, at t.he home ot Mrs. perry Taylor, with .seven members present. Thp meeting was rnllrri in order by the president. Mr*. j c ft Nnrth- ern am] Mrs. Taylor rrarf srripture, Mrs. W. L. Neal cave R treasurer's report which vvus followed by n business meeting. The program, was a senernf dis- n lesion on "Preparation nnti Use of Fr r 7.r n Foods " Th P mee I inc w a s then rioted uilii Mr= Taylor lo;id- ine the group in "An P'vflninc Prayer" A social hour follower! m whirh l>ie hosfrs."; served refreshments. Victoria's hridesmairis wore chap- )ol-s of white roses ns they tripped! down (.lie aisle. ] It ua.s n Spanish beauty. Eugerur de Monlijo. \vho held the unofficial title as one of the most romantic brides of this era. She became an Empress of France through her marriage to Napoleon IU at Notre Damp Cathedral in [Rr>3. As his weddhiR cilt, the Emperor] handed Euconie a 5i-caral, diamond! and, not satisfied that this was \ enough, nddrd n pair of pendant. | earrinps with drops the size of nl- monds. These once had belonged to S the Ul-faied. Marie Antoinette. ! Euzenle was married twice to the same man. She went through both the religious and civil ceremonies. The Rown .she wors in rhurrh was whlfo satin with a skirt ti*'reri \vi('n five rows nf frosty Inro. The bod ire was clasped nnd belted with sparkling diamonds, This bouffant gown Immediately set a fashion in this country nnrj soon American brides were wearing seven petticoat.s, each deeply flotmred. The r pally ffreaf wrddinr rei'p- nionirs reached a prak in Thi.i conn- ) ry in t he Ja st yen rs of the 11?' h Century when rhurrhes were huue. ' Hotnrs \\-crf. mansion, 1 ;, many nf them lame ennui;h to shelter a thousand guests with rase. The champagne Ho«ed. the rv.usic swelled and there were w'eridinc sonve- ; n i rs o [ solid silver for ev c r y ^ues t. ' During the IflBO's and IflWs. it was the custom to curry rirtdnl fans rather than bouquets. This was H!FO i t lie heyday of the orange blossom: brides even wore them in larne '. knobs on their bustles as they elid- And. In that samp decade, if you weren't a Vanderbilt but wanted (o! shou- off Just thi^ sfune, vnu cnuld f rent additional crystal, plate and S clocks, together wirh cift boxes and! tissue paper, in order to make a | display of wedding gifts] At the Hospitals Rlythevilk Ho«pH"ls Mfldalinr Azbcll. Ccwfr Patty Azbcll. Cnalpr Walls HoFplt.il Dismiss* 1 d: Mrs. Dorothy Hill. City Mrs. Mitrl OVonrne and baby. F3AR Has Luncheon At Hotel Noble still "married without . They say a chilri should hav« ijr name well rpr,o;>ni?ed In Germany*) anrt fit for chrfstenfni?. They have a- little book containing all names which the state allows, th« School House Is 'Lost' In Big Colorado Snow Robert Day. Cit.v Kathy 'Rlrllng. City to your friends! Mrs. .Jnnles B. Clark. Miss Cordelia Wilhite and Mrs, F. B, Joyner wire hostesses yesterday to the . -- - .--, ... Charlevoix Chaplcr of l.h* Daujh-1' ina ">' over but Ihe3''re still talking ters of the American Revolution at "hout the "lost schoolhouse 1 In a J p.m. luncheon In the Noble Ho- these part, 1 ;, tcl. Wade c. Folsom, Mayday School. Mrs. E. B. Woodson. presided over the business session and the program consisted of reports by delegates, Mrs. Woodson. and Mrs. Clark, a-ho ivrnt to the national DAR conference. HESPERUS. Colo. (1C,— Winter In teacher nt I Read Courier New.* Classified Wash j-nnr p.v>lry brush 1)1 hoi poarxstirls after use. This wtl! keep from hero/nine MnrW. , trudging down the road to school in the I.a Plata Mountains several weeks back. Last night's snow had been plowed up Jnio "12-fnof-hiirh hanks. The path lending to the schoolhouse wa» gone. After solnp ^ couple of milcn out of his xay he finally spoiled n fa- mlllar landmark in the snow— thf Mp of the school flaRpoIe. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION -HERE! -STARTS TODAY- Wcdocsdoy-ThuFsday-Fridoy THE PICTURE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING TO SEE! By Sue Buvne.tl '. This adorable little Minrtrp?* for a miss o: one To six is such raM- JPR- inB [or bpsinnr-r or cxprrt. To )irc- ^Tnl. Ion n>urh simtari. thfre's n hriel jarket lo match. Finish tacli piece u-Uh rolorful rir r^r. Pattern No. 879.1 IK a .<eu-nte per- (oraled pattern In sizes 1. 2, 3, 4. s. 6 years. SIZP. 2. rtres.s. I ^, vsrri= of 3fl-inch; jacket. V yard. For this patlern, semi 30c In ', COINS, your nsme. aclcirfs.s. sue (iesirert. and the PATTERN NUMBER lo Rue B'trnett. Courier News.' 37S Quincy St. Chicago 6. 111. > Send 2S rents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. H .shou* 50:1 lio»- to make jour wardrobe (In rtouWp duty H'tfh economical. Ttinr- fnvtnK slyle.s. Gift pane™ primer!: inside. 35 cent.s. j HOMEMAKING Can Be Made EASIER . .. p'.s mi nrofl for von In spend hcniiliful Sum- nin days itulDors, srrnli- l>i»K and irunini; lic.'tps nf soiled laundry, l.ct us (nke over ynur tnundry rhorcs ;H a surpripinj;!}' low rosl. Me lake motic- 'ilctis rare. « » • BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission Or S .'!0c At All Times WF.O.-THl'US. " Pal Nitcs! 2 Kor The Price of I ITS STORY IS THAT OF AN ERA!..,, ITS DRAMA IS THAT OF AN EMPIRE ...ITS SPLENDOR IS THE VICTORY OF LOVE OVER TERROR AND TYRANNY! "LADY FROM CHEYENNE" I.melt a Yonncr Kclwanl Arnold Also C'oincrlv She was a Christian—lie w.is a pagan — aiul their love was a conflict between faith and the flesh. A great human story unfolds in this epic of an era told with unrivalled splendor! CO1.OF. KY TECHNICOLOR i IA ! 5 I * r, ROBfRT TAYLOR • PEBOSAH K[RR • UO 6FNN AND [R USTINOV • SCREEN PW BY JOHN IFt MftHIN AND S .*' EEKff'.M^. SO'i'VA (.EV'lf'1 . pA^EOO'i ff'f NOVtl. R'i" Ht'.SVK SltNKIiWICJ • D1RECUD BY MERVYN rSODUCEO BY SSM 2IMBALIST .AN M-G M PICTUSE WEDNESDAY Sho«s at 2 f>^-. 5 p.m. X- S p.nt, THURSDAY & FRIDAY: Shows a! '2 p.m.],!'&:OS p.m. & 8:1.1 p.m. NIGHT Arltills 1.00 Children Sf Mntinco Adults 75 c 'Children Sic (Tax Included)

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