The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 28, 1950
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I >AGE FOUR •LTTHEVltLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jan« SlieJton, Society Editor PhoM 4461 Kathryn Robertson Weds In Lit lie Rock Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. John W. Robertson of Blytheville announce the marriage of their daughter, Kathryn, to John O. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs, John C. Thomas of Little Rock. The ceremony was performed Sunday, July 23 in Little Rock, in the home of the bridegroom's parents/ The Rev. Clf in Bater, Methodist minister of Portland, Ark., tmcle of the bride groom, officiated Bt the single ring twilight ceremony. Vows were exchanged before 'a setting of plans and baskets filled with white gladioli. Candelabra holding lighted white lapcrs were used. Bowls of white carnations and asters were placed on the sunpoich. A program of wedding music was presented. Mrs. Jean Drake of Little Rock attended as matron of honor and was dressed in a -beige crepe frock, fashioned at a ballerina length. She wore matching accessories- and a corsage of Vanrta orchids. The bride. "Iven i" ninrrlage by her father, chose a ballerina length two piece white lace dicss over baby blue satin, the bodice having three quarter length sleeves. She carried a white Bible topped with orchids and stephanotls. Ned R. Thomas was his brother's best man. An. informal .reception followed the ceremony. A wedding cafee centered the table, which was overlaid with a floor length imported grass linen cloth. White carnations and •slew decorated the buffet '.ami mantel. - "-', • , Mr. and' Mrs. Thomas will be at home at 2509 S. Chester St., Little Rock. " ' . - ' ' i The bride was graduated from Blthevil!e High School. The groom Is a .graduate of Wentworth Military Academy and attended the University of Arkansas, where : he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. : . Out-of-town guests Included -Mr. rn'nd Mrs. J. W. Robertson, Mi?. 1 ! Tommye Robertson and Carl Robertson, all of Blytheville. ,•>'.'*- • •Mrs. Scherer Is Hostess to Thursday Rook Glub Mrs. Leon Soberer entertained the Thursday Rook Club yesterday at her hom« for the weekly dessert meeting. ~ . High "score in the afternoon rook game was won by Mrs. George Saliba, Jr., with Mrs. Neville Blakemore. winning second high. Mrs. G rover Wren won rooko. Summer •- flowers arranged in low bowls .were' placed In the room In which the club was seated for the T v udy Vrska Observes Birthday with Party The fourth birthday of Tudy Vrska was observed yesterday with a party for 26 11 tie guests at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Modlnger on Walnut. Party games and contest* made up the afternoon's entertainment, j with Haul Wagner being presented j a prize. • : The large white birthday calce '. bedecked with pale pink icing trim. 1 was cut nnd served each guest with ice cream. Favors of assorted miniature toys were presented from the hostess to each guest. . Tudy was presented gifts from the guests. Bobby Lowe of Manila was an out of town guest. Church Class Party Given at Seymore Home An evening of Informal visiting and watching television shows made up the entertainment for the Phe- ean Sunday School Class of the irst Baptist Church and two guests •ho met last night at the home of Trs. Hubert Seymore for the lonthly class social. Mrs, David eymorc and MLss Hazel Brannen •ere the class' guests. A devotional opened the meeting fter which the evening was spent iformally. Mrs. Turner Kissel. Mrs. fjola >ulbertson, and Mrs. Henry Rosa- nond were co-hostesses for the vent. • * » • Cibitzers Play Bridge At Alex Curtis Home •The Kibit'/.er Club was enter- [Uncd for the weekly bridge meet- ng yesterday at-the home of Mrs. )ex Curtis. Low' bowls of summer flowers 'ere placed around the room where he club was seated for the after- ioon of bridge. Mrs. Robert McHaney was high core winner mid also bridgo. Mrs. ube Carson won second high. Party foods with frosted drinks f cre served during the afternoon by Irs. Curtis. * * • W. S. Langdon To Celebrate S7rh Birthday Octette Club Entertained By Mrs. Gleo Langston Mrs. J. C. Ellis won .high score •rid Mrs. Cleo Langston second high yesterday at the weekly afternoon of bridge honoring the. Octette Club. Mrs. Langston was hostess to the club at her home on Chickasawba. Multi-hue d summer blossoms were used: to decorate the entertaining roow where the afternoon was spent In .playing bridge. iced drinks were served by the hostess. GIRLS'PRINCESS One of Blytheville's oldest resi- Bits of News Mrs. Doyle Turner will return this weekend from Memphis where she has been visiting with her mother, Mrs. J. P. Lawson, who Is ill there. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny H. White have returned from a southern wedding trip following their marriage July 15 in Scmitobia, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. White will temporarily'be nl home with Mr. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben White, until the completion of their home on West Walnut. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves returned yesterday from St. Louis where they had vacationed for several days. , i Mrs. W. L. Phillips and daughter, Karen, will arrive Sunday night from^ their liouie In North Little Rock to be the guests of Mr. Dnd Mrs. Thomas Chapman and son, Thomas Lynri. Mr. and Mrs. Chapman will motor to Memphis Sunday lo accompany them to BlytheviUe. The Rev. and Mrs. O. C. Hicks and daughter of Wliiton, Ark,, are visiting in Blytheville today ns mestes of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rowland. Mrs. J. L. James and Mrs. Charles Ross of Caruthersville visited In Blytheville as guests of their cousins, Mrs. E. E. Alexander and Mrs. H. L. Chambers, yesterday. Mrs. Uva Busby of Poplar BlurT is the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs, Paul Alvey. Barbara Locke of Memphis Is spending this week here as guest of Suzanne Ansle and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Angle and sister Elizabeth. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Garrott and daughter, Betty Lee, left today for Wilmington, N. C., where they will vacation for two weeks. Mrs. C. C. Lee of Dyersburg and Mrs. Walter Hart of Rlpley, Tenn are the guests of Mrs. a. w. Dil- laluinty. They came especially to visit with Mrs. J. M. Gillespie who recently returned from an extended visit in Los Angeles. Calif. Mrs. W. A. Angel and daughters, Suzanne and Elizabeth, will leave Monday for Scarcy where they will visit for a week. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson left this morning for her home In st Louis after visiting here as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. E Gillespie. Mrs. Thomasson was accompanied home by Mrs. J. p MC- ents. W. S. Langdon, will celebrate i Cn "a who will remain for several lis 87th birthday tomorrow. Mr. 'fvngdon has made, his home in Blytheville for the "past 10 years. The traditional party for family nembcrs and close friends will be ivcn Sunday at the home of Mr. nd Mrs. Welch Foster on Highway I. Mr. Langdon makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. Foster. ince his 70th birthday parties marking the day have been given or Mr. Langdon. Sunday afternoon a picnic supper planned for approximately 50 guests who will gather lo wish Mr. •angdon "Happy Birthday." Three Are Guests With Church Class Three guests met last night with nine members of the Dorcas, Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church for the monthly busi- ne.i social meeting. Mrs. Lee Powell was hostess at her home on Marguerite to the group. Mrs. B. p. . Harrison of Poplar Bluff .houscgucst of Mrs. Powell and Mrs. C. E. Parks, Mrs. Mabel I/unsford and Mrs. Jnck Pruitt were the class' guests. Mrs. Powell opened the meeting with prayer followed by a devotional presented by Mrs. James Rambo. Following a brief business session, Mrs. Herman May. class president adjourned the meeting with prayer. A social hour was held immediately following. ;ays visit. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner and fiss Betty Dodds left" this afternoon or their homes in Newbcrn Tenn where they will spend the weekend with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tinnin an- lounce the birth of a daughter uly 22 at Walls Hospital. She Is' heir third child and has been named Tnmra Jeanette. They have a son and ^daughter. J^dU?. 11 Mrs Jam« Terry and childen : are vacationing at Hardy Mrs.-.,F. B. Chitwood is visiting In St.'Louis as guest of Mr. and Mrs O. F. Barnett. James Lewis Collins, boatswains i mate, second class, USN, of Steele Mo recently visited the ancient Hellenic city of Athens, Greece. , wnen^his ship, the destroyer USS O hare anchored there after extensive maneuvers with the Sixth Fleet Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore *nd children are vacationing In Mexico. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday at '.he office of Miss Elizabeth Filytlie county clerk: James S. Starrett ol Helena and Miss Edith George of Blytheville. James E. Parrish. Jr., and Mis." Olrtta M. Bailey, both of Blytheville. By Sue Burnett Created to please a young pre- leen age miss, this darling frock Is cut on easty-to-sew princess lines, (hat will please mother, too. The front closing makes it a cinch to launder as well as easy to wear. Pattern No. 8623 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 6, 8, 10 and 12 years. Size 8. 2'A yards of 39-Inch; ?i yard purchased ruffling. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COIN'S, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7. Send 25 cents today for the new Fall and Winter FASHION. This latest Issue Is filled with news and styles for a smart winter wardrobe; Interesting features; free gift pattern printed Inside th« book. Al The Hosoitals Walls Hospital and baby and baby Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Linbarge Lllxorn. Mrs. H. F. Alexander Steel e. FRIDAY, JULY 28,1950 LUXORA NEWS By Mrs G. C. Driver Edward Stanford returned home* ast week from a three-week visit with relatives In Kllgore, Texas. Mrs. R. L. Wagaman and children of Hagerstown, Md., arrived ast week for a visit with Mrs. Wagaman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, C Bryant. They will be Joined by Mr. Wagaman Monday for an additional 'Isit of two weeks. Miss Sue Gowen of Memphis has >een visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Sue M. Brown, for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spieglcr of Blr- nlnglmn. Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. lay Wyatt of Chicago arc current 'isltors In the home of J. T. Cooper. Miss Marilyn Owen, student lurse'of Little Rock,'is vacationing n the home of her mother, Mrs Julia Owen. The Rev. anri Mrs. J. T. Self are leaving next week for a louri"g visit with friends and relatives In central Tennessee. Scoutmaster J. S. Olive and ten Hoy Scouts of the local troop returned Sunday from a week's cam- poree at Hardy. Ark, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Woods Jr Motored to Gainesville. Tex Friday, returning Monday with It'-'r . C. n. Til. who has Iven attending Omp Swcaney there for the past six weeks. Mrs. L o. Tocld. Jr.. and cltineh- ler of Kingston, N.C.. are visiting in the home of Mrs. Todd's mother and grandmother. Mrs. El'jnljclh SlMlman and Mrs. Elliott Williams The following Lnxonins announce Dlrths occurring last week at' Walls Hospital In Blvthevllle: Mr and Mrs. j. B. Clark, a hoy. Lawrence Wayne. Wednesday: Mr. and Mrs Lowell Dlxon. a "Irl. Freida Janettp' Thursday; nnd Mr. and Mrs. p Lansley, & boy Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. j. Heflln. Jr of Memohls were Sunday visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. M C Cooke. ' . . Ronald Edward. Social Calendar Friday Box supper given by the Order of Mrs. O. o. Elklns hostess to C B C C/IUD. Or. Niei to Address Missionary Society Dr. Edna Nles will address the Missionary Society of the Bethel A.M.E. Church here at, 3:30 pm Sunday, it WHS announced today by Carrie B. White, president of (he society. . .-. A special program of mlisic will be presented at the meeting. Rev. T. J. Brown is pastor of the' church! Arbyrd News O.K.S. KntertaJra The O.ES. chapter of Cardwell, Mo., entertained guests Tuesday night to honor the chapter's' fifth birthday nnd Its oast matrons mnd past patrons. An initiation was held with Mrs. Letta Jo Clark becoming a new member. Following the initiation, a pro- Bram was given by the members, who portrayed a class in an old- fashioned school. Birthday greetings were given the chapter. Guests attended from Portagcville, flayti, Lilbourn and Kennett. The refreshment table was lace-covered and had a floral centerpiece. Baskets of flowers decorated the hall. 1'ersonuls Those attending a fen dinner at- the home ol Mr. and Mrs C. P. Wade Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Williams and children of i'e- oria, Ariz., Mr, and Mrs. Earl Williams and children of Poplsr Bluff and Mr. anil Mrs. A. T. Reagan of Bucoda. The Arbyrd Boy Scout troop went c-n an outing Saturday nnd Sunday at Wappapeilo Lake. Tho;e accompanying the 21 boys were Mr. and Mrs. Luten Herrill, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Henderson, Mr and Mrs. j. C. Miller, Leland Evans, Amos Higgins and Jeff Rcnfro. Mr. and Mrs. Roblce Champ and children of Piggott, Ark., Mrs. Vir- gj Jones and children of Portage- v:ile, Mrs. Ollie Grissom and Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Scott and family attended a chicken barbecue at the Scott home Saturday night. .Mr. and Mrs. Price Hardin and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph White and sons attended a fish iry at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brasher and daughters," honoring Mr. and Mrs. White, who left Monday for Cherry Point, N.C., where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ezell and (laughter, Mr. and Mrs, Lando Moore and daughter, Mr..and Mrs. L. W. Herrill, Betty Jo Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Harols Seiby and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Selby, Mr. ind Mrs. Jiinmie Crider attended r.iie concert given by the Blackwood Brothers at Hornersville Tuesday night... A birthday dinner was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Homer Sunday honoring Mrs. Horner. Those present were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U Bynlum, Mr. nnd Mrs. Orville Carrier of Par- agonld, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Tatom, Mr. and Mrs..-Raymond Tatom, Mr. and .Mrs.'Eugene Tatom of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Wclton Hug- Old Mr. and Mrs. Hadiey Hays and ! sons are In Van Buren where they are visiting with-relatives Mrs. Ben white Is visiting In Shreveport, La., as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Hunter Sims, Jr Dr. Sims and daughter. Buddy Joe Layton of Mammoth Springs will spend the weekend here with Mrs. Layton and Infant-son who are the guests of Mrs. Layton's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Wagnon Miss Margie Bevlll, Miss Mary Louise Wagnon and Mrs. Emm* Wagnon will spend tomorrow In Helena where they will attend the wedding of Mrs. Wngnon's daughter Mrs. Ida Howard, to Norman Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Cole and son of Wenatchce, Wash., are vlsitinj; here with Mr. Cole's parents Mr and Mrs. Joe Cole and his sisters Mrs. Chester Lewis and family and Mrs. Cleo Pope and family John A. Wagnon of Campbell, Mo., will spend the weekend here with Mrs. Wagnon and their daugh- famlly 1 "' B>Kl<Iy J ° C Laylon and Glcnda Lewis has returned from Birmingham, Ala., where she spent two weeks with relatives i M f S «M W ' U Wnges °' lr R ™ g , I th h " ^Shler, Mrs H. B. Wright and Mr. Wright. Bills Wages of Earle has returned lo Vm home after visiting here with his grandmother. Mrs. Wages and Mrs. Wright. Hopkin's LAUNDRY-ALL Phone 954 414 EAST SYCAMORE Pickup & Delivery Service A WHITER AND BRIGHTER WASH Half Moon News Mrs. W. D. Harris of Blytheville and Mrs. William Turnbow of Clifton, Tenn., visited Mr. and Mrs. George Turnbow »nd family the past week. Carl Edward Baker ot Circle City, Mo., spent the weekend In the home of his uncle, Mr. Earl Baker and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Leslier and children of Corpus Christ!, Tex., are visiting Mrs. Lesher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck. Billie Roland of Hot Springs, Ark., has Ixen visiting his cousin, Roland Mitchell the past three weeks. MIsj Sue Collins of Blytheville spent the weekend with Miss Mary Lign t foot. Cleone Mitchell, who has been with her grandmother, Mrs. j. p. Roland, in Hot Springs, will be home today accomoanied by her cousin, Mllly Roland. Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Oarrlgan have gone to Mineral Wells, Tex. and will be accompanied horne. by their daughter, Miss Gay Garrlgan. this week. , i Miss Mary Lightfoot. Mr. Hugh Williams and Mrs. w. R. Lightfoot spent the weekend In Memphis vis- itin-r Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson O-:f'>rd. Mrs Mildred Detts and chil-Jren visited her mother, Mrs. Maggie Cash at Medina, Tenn., the past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Yankee and son. L. D Jr., are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ear! Wntkins. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Watklns arc in South Haven, Mich., where they will be employed in the fruit harvest. livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 July 28. (JPj— (DSDA)— Hogs 7000; market active; burrows and gills mostly .25 higher; sows .25 to 50 higher; top 24.15 fairly freely bulk 180-230 Ibs 24.50-24.75; 240-250 Ibs 24.25-24.50; heavier kinds scarce- few 270-330 Ibs 22.50-23.50; 150-HO Ibs 22.Ofl-24.25; 120-140 !bs 19.0031.25; few 90-110 Ibs 16.00-18.25; sows 400 Ibs down mostly 19.75-21.00; extreme top 21.25 on light sows- 'bulk 400 Ibs up 17.00-19.25; stags 12.0015,00. Cattle 100; calves 800; receipts mostly cows; odd lots heifers and mixed yearlings weak at 23.00-29.00 on medium and good kinds; cows dull and under pressure in cleanup trading; few common and medium 18.50-20.50; banners and cutters 14.00-18.00. The Great Rift Valley extends from northern Syria almost to the olthern tip of Africa, enclosing the Red Sea and the lakes of East Af- ica among other bodies of water. Long dormant volcanoes are likely o produce the worst eruptions, says he National Gergraphic Society, because they have accumulated a .big- b'cr "stopper" of rock and ash. R R PRESCRIPTION One set of values for ajl prescriptions — we m*ki certain that every one b filled carefully, accurately »nd efficiently. When yo» want values, yon can count ROTHROCK'S DRUG STORE 205 W. Main Phone 4451 Compl :te Family Service We launder t 'erylHng to a new, bright cleanliness—from grmy overalls lo your finest linens! We give your efery launrlry item, the same fine care you would! 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I started my husban taking-HADACOL and he, too, say that now he has never felt bette In his life. I just can't thank HAD ACOL enough—and, of course, recommend it to all my friends HADACOL Work, . . . In helping to build up th hemoglobin content of your blco (when Iron Is needed) to carry thest precious Vitamins and Minerals i every organ, and every part of you body—to the heart, liver, kidney and lungs, even to the eyes, ha' and nails. Countless thousan whose systems were deficient in V taming Bl, B2, Iron, and Niacin ai benefiting from HADACOL . . even hundreds of doctors have rec ommended HADACOL to their pa (tents. Give HADACOl, • Chance Yes, give HADACOL a chance help you. Refuse substitutes. Don 1st anyone tell you something els Is "just as good." Insist on gen uine HADACOL You risk nothln because HADACOL Is sold only o a strict money-back guarantee You'll feel better with the first f< bottles you take or your mone back. Trial size only S1.25. l Family or Hospital size, $3.50. 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