The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 15, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEW THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Margaret Forte Is Bride Of Eugene Kemper. Mr. and Mrs. P. Forte of Hat- tlcsburg, Miss., have announced the marriage at their daughter, Margaret, to Elmer Eugene Kctn- per, son of W. A. Kemper nnd the late Mrs. Kemper of Blytheville. Bits of News of movement, pantomine and composition for theater, directed oy .... .. - Miss Eleanor King will present a The ceremony was performed I combined demonstration and con- April 12 in Hatticsburg at the par-1 cert program In the Arts Center sonace of the Sacred Heart Cath- Theater Friday. Miss Shirley King ollc Church by the Rev. Charles'- ""•" '"- '" ' --- " " Tlerney, assistant pastor. The bride is n graduate of Hat- tlesburg High School. Mr. Kemper graduated from Blytheville High School and from Mississippi Soulhern College. Former Resident Is Married In Fort Smith In a candlelight ceremony at St. , John's Episcopal Church tale Sal- University of Arkansas students ,,rrtny. Miss Nancy Louise rryor of of Blytheville will be one ol the dancers, Doris Bean and Joe Lynn Vowoll left this morning for Memphis where they will represent Biylhe- vllle High School as Duke and Duchess in the Royal Court of Colton Carnival and will participate in the ic.stlvitlcs today and tomorrow. They were accompanied to Memphis by Mrs. Fred Ilean and Mrs. Charles Hinrtinan. .. I , r> , • ' Mls R - v - Vlllcncuve nnd chll- Honored at Kusticl« re " °< N ° rt » cm*. N. y.. arc visiting her parent's, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bnlemon. 1005 Dixie. M]-. and Mrs. ,Jne fi:i:nr-y who new rrsirie on Kentucky As r en\in arc leaving! Sunday to makc._thcir home in Tucson, Ariz, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin The couple is making their home In HaUlesbiirg. Bride-Elect MISS Rosana Cleveland, bride- elect of Herman Storey was honored last night when Miss Sunny Anderson, Mrs. Edward Stiles and Mrs. John Hollingsworlh gnve a dessert bunco and surprise shower at the Rustic Inn. Miss Cleveland was dressed In a white suit with navy accessories. She and her mother, Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, who was an honored guest received shoulder arrangements of white carnations. Gifts were displayed on n table overlaid with white linen nnd centered with a bouquet of summer flowers. Tink multicolored umbrellas were shower favors. Mrs. Tommy Westbrook won high score and bunco and Miss Earnes- tlne French won low. Fort Smith became the bride of George Lawrence Shamlin of Fort Smith nnd formerly ol Blytheville, with the Kev. Carlelon D. Lathron, rector, officiating. She is the riauRhler of Mrs. Neil B. Pryor ol Fort Smith and the laic Mr. Pryor and he is the son of Mrs. George Patter-son Shamtin and the late Mr. Shamlin ,also fcrmcr Bly- Iheville residents. He Is Ihe grandson of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Shamlin of Eljthevllle. Baskets of white calla. lilies, stock ami snapdragon, with a background ol palms, snulax and other green- cry, Icrmed tlie Moral setting for the exchange of nuptial vows. Miss Ednn Baric Massey of Fort Smith, organist, played the wedding mu- ,sic. Given in marriage by Francis E Reese ,thc bride wore a white net and lace gown designed with round neckline, long fitted sleeves, and (rain. Her Illusion veil, fingertip Chapter 'D' Meets With Mrs. Stevens Mrs. C. s. Stevens was hostess yesterday at the home of Mrs. L O. B. Young at Grldcr with a luncheon tor Chapter "D" ot PEO with 18 present. The table from which the two course luncheon was served was overlaid with a Venetian cutwork cloth 'and centered with an arrangement of yellow tulips. Flank- Ing each side of the centerpiece were candelabra holding yellow tapers. Mrs. E. B. Oe« was In charge of business meeting and Mrs. C. W. Afflick gave PEO record report. Mrs. Gee. Mrs. Charles Lemons and Mrs. B. A. Lynch gave reports on the state convention they attended at Fort Smith. have as Ihclr guest their daughter- lc "K' n ' wa! > held in place by a lace Provisional Members Continue Training Provisional members of Blythe- vilte Junior Auxiliary continued their training program under the direction of Mrs, John Caudlll with a visit to local welfare and city official's offices, Tuesday. They learned the purpose of each group and volunteer work done by the Auxiliary. Mayor Dan Blodgctt made honorary mayors of the provisional members and discussed current city problems with them. They were especially Interested in the water company purchase soon to be voted on, and the sewer situation. Chamber of Commerce Manager Worth Holder presented the group with samples of publicity and explained other .work done by his organization. In keeping with the Auxiliary policy of bettering the community for children, Mrs. Caudlll took the group to the of/ice of Miss f.ols Porter of Child Welfare, There they learned the methods of that agency In caring for homeless, delinquent, nnd abandoned children, and the operation of foster homes. Miss Porter (old them of the many ways the Auxiliary supplement's her work. Volunteer work open to the Auxiliary was also discussed by Mrs. C. O. Redman of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, and Mrs. Floyd Haralson of the local Red Cross Chapter. Those attending were Mrs. G. G. Hubbard. Jr.. Mrs. Robert Warren. Mrs. Max Usrey and Mrs. Bill Young v -in-law. Mrs W. D. ChambUn, Jr.. and daughter. Wendy, nf Philadelphia, Perm. Lt. Chamblin will join them from Montgomery. AU., and they will all leave Monday for California, whrre- he will be stationed. Mrs. A. B. FaltClcld will arrive tomorrow frotn Little Rock to spend bandeau embroidered In seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids, white Iris and white sweet peas, with detachable corsage. Miss Elizabeth Wollerman was maid of honor and Miss Sara Lou Jcne.s, Little nock, and Miss Jane the week end with her mother. Mrs. Bourlnnd were bridesmaids. Theii W. L. Denton, and her sen. Albert """"" -'-"•--- ' ••• -'"• —' Fairlield. Program Is Held By Delphian Society Deltonlan Chapter o[ the Delphian Society met at the Noble Hotel yesterday for a regular meet- Ing with a program entitled "Peace. War, and Personality." Mrs S. ,1. Cohen d(scll«ctl "War and Human Mind," and Mis. Wll- 'llam Wyatt spoke on "Aggressiveness and War." Mrs. H. W. Wylic pave "Effects of War" and Mrs. Jim Craftcn talked on "Can Citizens Plan For Peace?" Closing the program was -'Buildint: World Patriotism/' which was given by Mrs. J. C. Walch. Coming Events Thursday Phebean Class ol the First Baptist Church meets «t the church at 7 p.m. lor potluck supper. Friday Chapter "N" ol PEO meets In the home of Mrs. L. E. Old for a 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Chester Caldwell co-hostess. OSCEOLA NEWS By B«Uye Nelle Starr SCHOOLS PTA Hu F!n»l Meet The Osceola Parent-Teachers Association closed the 1051-52 year at a meeting held at the new ele- Blytherllle Woman's Club hai i mentary school Tuesday afternoon, quartette and a specialty by Jack Wilson and Bob Kendrick. .The interlocutor will be T. F. (Doc) Dean of Blytheville. p.m. Musical tea at the club- Saturday Cotillion Club has party at the Fcndlcr. Mirror Room of Hotel Noble at 3 for Its year's work The=e were a p.m. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. blue certificate denoting the su- and Mrs. Walter Day, Mr, and Mrs. perlor award given by the state James C. Guard, Mr. and Mrs. B, and the gold award for 10 per cent B. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Llndsey or over increase over the previous Gunn. and Mr. and Mrs, Oscar year's membership Of the 712 delegates who attended the state convention there were only two men presidents there. Mrs. Carol) Watson of Osceola, who was elected state vice president, installed the new officers for the next year. Mr. Mann was re-elected president, Mrs. P. D. Johnson, vice president; Dr. Joe Hughes, secretary: and Mrs. J. B. Strickllng, treasurer. Mrs. Watson lighted the six candles in tlie Installation ceremony. The sixth grade entertained the group with a square dance. In the financial statement, Mr, Mann announced a balance on Gosnell PTA Has Program of Music A prcgr/.m of music was prcs- ctitcd to the Gosnell parent-Teachers Association at a meeting which wn.s held In the Auditorium Tuesday night. Mi^, R. It. Maxwell, president, called the meeting to order and F. K. Lucius led prayer. A treasurer's report ft ml minutes followed, which were given by Mrs. Lucius and Mrs. C. A. Moody. Mrs. Maxwell prc.sentnci a devotional, ''Chrtet Is Alpha and Omega." In the musical program thut was presented. Miss Kathryn YingMng and Delorcs and Charles Shrinks gave vocal arrangements. Piano soles were presented by Mrs. Lloyd Price. Peggy Luc his and Edna Smith. Mrs- Lucius spoke briefly on the financial situation of the school and Lloyd Irb.v nrtrlrpASfri the group, using as his subject, "How Arc We As Parents To Help The Progress of Our Children Through School." The meeting wns closed and a social hour held. Tea Will Be Held Tomorrow at Club Tomorrow is the date set tor the annual musical tea [or members of the Blytheville Woman's Club nt their club. Time has been changed to 2 p.m. Presenting the music will be Bly- thevillo High School Clioir under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry with Emily Damon accompanist. CIB Ts Entertained By Mrs. Thompson CIB Bridge Club was entertained last night in the home- of Mrs. Robert I, Thompson on Pecan Avenue, with all members present. A yellow color scheme was carried out in the entertaining rooms, jouns, strapless forma Is with net '» table decoration, (allies, and flor- AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION TODAY & FRIDAY! M-G-M presents Colo? if TECHNICOLOR RQ8ERT TAYLOR • OE60SAH KERR . UO GtVV AM) PETER USTINOV . SCREEN PLAY BY JOHN UE NUHIN t%0 S. N. 6EHRMAN. SONYA LEVIED . BASED ON THE NOVEl 6Y HENRYK SIEHKIEWICZ • DIRECTED BY MERWN URtfY PRODUCED BY SAW 21MBAUST »AN M G M PICTURC THURSDAY & FRIDAY: Shows al 2 p.m., 5:OS p.m. & S:1o p m NIGHT AduHs 1.00 Children 5(k Matinee Adults 75 c Children 50c (Tax Included) A "MUST SEE' !X Movie Entertainment stoles, were fashioned alike — the mint] of honor wore c.-illa li]y green, and the bridesmaids pink. All carried colonial bouquets of pink gladioli, pink sweet peas, daisies and larkspur. Jerry aeren was the bridegroom's best mnn and Robert Floyd, Eddie Nimnclce and Neil Dlrnlc Pr.vor. brcjthcr of the bride, all of Fort S:nith, were ushers. Mrs. Pr.vor chose Tor her daughter's wedding a beige lace costume, with matching rtccessories and an orchid in Identical color. Mrs. Shamlin wore a blue lace with a corsage ol small purple orchliis. Tlie ceremony was followed by a reception at, the Goldman Hotel. The couple went to Rockatvay Beach. Mo., on a wedding trip, and will be at home in Memphis where he is stationed with the Navy. For traveling, the bride had a deep aqua costume suit., a white straw hat with brown velvet trim and brown and white accessories. al decoration with shasta daisies predominating. Miss Luella Barnes won high score, Mrs. W. K. O'Kccfe won second and Miss Betty Black won bridgo. Jayceettes Have Fish Fry Mrs. Lagronne whittle was hostess lo the Jayceettes last night in her home with a fish fry. which j was served buffet style in the dining room. They conducted a business and following that they made corsages of cotton for the National Jaycee Convention to be held In Dallas, Tex., June 26 through 28. Mrs. Whittle's home was decorated with roses backed with foliage and entwined with honeysuckle. A cracked pane of glass can be temporarily weatherproofed with a If You Wear A Half Ray Mann, president, gave a report on the state convention he attended in Little Rock and on Hie awards given the Osceola PTA be used for the crippled chldren cf the surrounding territory. Grade School Graduation Mrs. E. H. Mann held graduation exercises for her 90 pupils Tuesday afternoon at Ihe Elementary School. A special group of the pupils represented the different countries the fourth grade have studied during the school term, Elizabeth Anne Ivy, dressed in a Spanish costume, presented a Mexican hat dance to the group oj children and their parents. (Continued from Page 1) commencement recessional. In the meantime, seniors will complete their class work tomorrow, Principal W. D. Tommey has announced. However, the class will meet at the entrance of Haley Field Monday at 10 a.m. for the first The proceeds of the minstrel will commencement rehearsal. A second Church Women Hold Well-Child Clinic A Well-Child Clinic sponsored By the Rlylhevlllc Council or Church Women was conducted by the women ot Ihe St. Stephen's Episcopal Church yesterday at the Health Unit. Ten children were examined. hand at the end of the school year ™° rke ™ { ™ m f hc cl » urclt > **«*'"• or $383.70 end a mmher«hlp ot 345. ™»> "«»«•':"«• . B »' ««£. Mrs. A. B. Reese Hostess to Club Mrs. A. B. entertained members of the To\vn and Country Club yesterday in her home. Her bridge"Tgucs'fa were Mrs. Arthur Senscnbaugh .and Mrs. V G Holland. Mrs. H. C. Rose took top honors and Mrs. Holland won second place. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon. Club Eight Meets With Mrs. Sudbury Mrs. Graham Surtbiiry entertained Club Eight yesterday in her home on Henrn Street, with all members present. Her bridge guests were Mrs. Gene Bradley, and Mrs. ,S C. Owens. Pin's roses predominated in the tlornl decoratlcn. Mrs, Paul Jobe nnd Mrs. G. O. •8762 'uw - 24'.; S By Sue Burnett You're certain to be pleased with this attractive, well tailored short- waist style designed especially to ccmpliment the not-so-lall figure. It buttons down the front, neat as a pin. Pattern No. 8762 is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 14H, JS'i. 18'i. 20'i. 22'.i. 24!:. Size IB'.i. ?bort. fleeve, 4S yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue. Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. It shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with economical, time- Poetz were prize winners of first, saving styles. 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Planters Hardware Co. ^hir Mrs. Day Enlcrlains Mrs. C. L. Day, mother of bride- elect Miss June Day. entertained the twelve girls who will be bridesmaids and Junior bridesmaids with a dinner party at the Rustic Inn Monday riight. The guests, which Included Mrs Bruce Ivy and Mrs. James JTarvis, met at the Andrew Florida home before going to the dinner party Mrs. Florida presented each of the girls bonnets to be norn In the wedding which will take place Saturday afternoon. The table where the guests w«re seated was centered with yellow and pink roses. Pink satin streamers with miniature nosegays of pink bridesmaid roses cascaded from the centerpiece. The places were marked with and painted blue birds. Plan Minstrel Show The Osceola Kiwanis Club has made plans for their fourth an- lual Negro minstrel which will be given at the Gem Theatre Tuesday night. May 20. There will be two .•ompleto shows. Tlie first one starts at 7 p.m. The following nil! be end men: Uene Butler, Bill Stevens, Vernon Brown. Bo Simmons. Ray Mann, Bob Kendrick, Ed Weiss, Jack Wis on. Special numbers will be given by Fred W. Smith, Ed Simmons. A. B. Ward, Girl's Ensemble, Kay Mann's 126 W. Main Phon« 451S Mrs. Jimmy Richardson, and Mrs. J. E. Kiilett, who is the new chairman of the organization. Dr. Joe Beasley was examining physician with Mrs. Annabel Fill, and Mrs. Clara Ambrose nurses who assisted. Nutritionist 'was Mrs. Freeman Robinson. At the Hospitals niythevlUc Hospital Dismissed: Mary Ann Brownleaf, City Joan Morgan. Manila Shirley Snyder. City Vails Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. A. Duvall. Rt. 4 Mrs. Johnny Reed, City Oscar Hardaway, Jr., City. Bennie Gill. Deli High Two Bridge Club Meets Here »{gh Two Bridge Club held Its bi-tuonthLy dessert bridge meeting at the home ol Mrs. Dick Watson. Guests included Mrs. Bill Hedge Mrs. Maurice Sanders, Mrs. Ricuarr Gary, Mrs. Tom Thomas and Mrs J. K. Welch. Each individual table was center- Available in Beige, Red, White, or Purple. 3.95 pAxciiA-itotEje 2.95 & 3.95 Yours in White, Tan or Multicolor. 2.95 Better investigate "^^ J ... the smartest gals you know are all ^^SS^' wearing Buskens and keeping the price a secret! Come in and you'll see why! For a cool, cool s u in m e r! In Green, Tan, Red or \Vliile. 3.95 FAMILY SHOE STORE rehearsal has been scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Class nay, Night S*t Two other senior activities to be helrl next week are Senior Class Day and Senior Class Night, both L set tor Tuesday. Class Day activities ^jl. will begin at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday the regular school assembly time. The program wil include a processional with piano accompaniment by Mrs. Henry; an Invocation: rending of the class will by Millie Ann Uallory and Patricia Hearn; read- ng ol the prophecy by Nita Hos« Hall: presentation of the senior class memorial picture to the principal by senior class president La\- ry Baker; presentation of the senior auditorium seats to the Junior class; singing al the Alma Mater; and a class recessional. Highlichling Senior Class Night In Ihe BHS auditorium at 8 p.m. Tuesday wil! be announcement of the honor st'.idents by the principal. This ivformation will not be amiot'nced until sometime Tuesday, according to the principal. Class Night events will be divided into three parts — Introduction ol all members of the class to the audience, a musical program, and presentation of honors, awards and medals, A list of 19S2 sraciuatcs will be released early next week. For students in the ninth, tenth and eleventh grades, school will continue through 3:40 p.m. next '(, Wednesday. Teachers will spend the'W rest of the week completing grades and records. Winding up the high school's musical events for the year will be the annual assembly program by the choral proups next Monday morning nt the regular assembly period, nnd a marching exhibition and concert bv the BHR b?nd at 8 p.m. Monday at Haley Field, ed with a bouquet of mixed spring flowers. Taking top honors were Mrs- Gary, high. Mrs. Floyd Seay, second and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers, bridgo. Phon. 2342m 1312 W. Cox Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 3c & 30c At Al! Times LAST TIMES TONITE Pal Nites! 2 For The Price of 1 —PLUS— "LADY FROM CHEYEMNE" Lnrctla Young Edward Arnold Also Comedy FRI.-SAT. Double Feature kj4)l«<« ~" M " wiu '*saBK ••"i'-'* Caai Gnu &' f^Rv. """" V.UU...UIII.,. J V>f.-'- tuiir^ ui G!wy! ij -i&m V «"- * ' iT"4.. J *** Radar Man Serial Also Cartoon

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