The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 22, 1952
Page 4
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Society NewA lullins, Society Editor f Phone 4461 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURTE* HEW* Kathryn Martin Is Bride of Russell Simpson In B ceremony performed at Pisj- gott. Ark., Sunday at 6:30 p.m.. Miss Ksihvyn Martin, daughter oj Mr. and Mrs. Storlinp Mart'n, Jr., ; and granddaughter of Mr.*. S, P. ! Martin anrt the lute- L)r. Marlin. nil of IBlylhcviJfe, bernine tfie bride 1 of i Russell Simpson, ton of \V. W, Simpson of Dell. ! Mr. snri .Mrs. Hpjiry Gos.i u'ore i; their only ntt«udnmfi. Mis. COST. ; who \vas matron of honor, was j dressed in n pink linen and Incn ; dress with scooped neckline and short sJeev/vj xvlth which .she wore a navy fullle duster. Her acce^oiies were of white, Mr. Gosa served Mr. SimnEon as best m:in. The bride choi-r for her mart-lace an original jriodcJ ffi.sV'inncd of brown and while printed silk frn- turlng n moulded simbuck bodice with a full skirt. A white lir.m bolero jacket was worn to complete her dross. Fler while off-lho-fnee h^t featured a Irlrn of tiny white flowers with rhincstone confers, and other jicce.-sonp.s were wliilo. The couple is now tit home in Blytheville after returning yesterday from a ucddinK tr i! ) l ° points of interest in tiic Czirk Mountains. Mrs. Simpson was graduated from Blylhevillc High School, where she was n chcor-U'.ider, football mnid, FFA sweetheart aud n member of the Red Pepper Club and Garden Club. She attended the University of Arkansas and !s now employed by Noble GDI Agency. Mr. Simpson is n graduate of Dell High School find is now nsso- clnted with Noble Gill Pontiac Company. Marriage Licenses The following couple this morning obtained a marriage license iA the office of the county court clerk, Mrs., EUtabcth Blythc Pnrker: Roscoe Anthony nnd Mrs, Clmr! ete Naomi Lewis, both of Lcachvlllc. re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At AH Times •LASTTIMKSTON1TK DOURI,B FEATURE Pal Nites! 2 For Price of 1 —PLUS— IntM HH SHE-DEVIL! ff!«'; i ',~-,Chri,lophe, KENT Also Cartoon FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature WE!) IN I'IGGOTT—Mrs. Russell Eugene Simpson was before her marriage Miss Kathryn Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Martin, Jr.. and the Biauddaughter of Mrs. S. p. Martin and the late Dr. Martin. The groom is the. ton of W. W. Simpson of Dell. The ceremony was performed In Piggott Sunday at 0:30 p.m. by Judge 'French Patsy Wilson fs Married in Cape Girardeau Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wilson have Last Meeting Hefd For Club Meeting for their last time until fall, were members of the To™ and Country Bridge Club, who ne yo" * Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs, \Val- j tcr Hoffman o! Cape Olrardcavi. Vows were pledged in the Grace Methodist Chinch In Capo Oirnr- elcau on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock with the Rev. George W. HeBlar, pastor, offtclalimj at the double ring ceremony. Forming the setting for the wedding party, gladioli and palms stood in front of the altar. Liaht- ed cathedral lapers in candelabra provided lighting for the ceremony. Pre«ml[ntr R program of nuptial music was Mrs. Samuel Bltinia r/f Cape Girnrdcau. who played soft .selections at the organ, and accompanied Mrs. William Llrely of Cape Girardeau as .she sang. Lighting the fapers was Miss Rose Marian Hoffman of Cnpe Girardeau, sister of the groom, who was gowned in a baby blue dotted Swiss dve.s.s, and pinned a corsage of pink carnations at her shoulder. Miss r.cona Brenneckc, of Cnpe Girardeau. tile bride's cousin, was' her maid of honor. She chose for the occasion a dress of yellow or- Rimrty cmbnssed In white which featured a fitted bodice and full j skirt. Her hat- and other acccs«o- j rics were white anrt she carried an old fashioned bouquet. - | The bride chose ror her marriage, an afternoon sown of dusty rose silk linen and linen lace. Featuring a yoke of lace panels, the bodice was buttoned with a single row of tiny glass buttons from neckline to waisl. Her hat was of navy nylon nnd other navy accessories complemented the bride's attire. Topping the white Bible she carried, was a single pink, purple throated orchid. A reception was held at the home of the bride-Broom's parents, follow - in.K the ceremony, and the couple received members of the wedding [ party, the two families., and other i close friends and relatives. i The couple will be at home at • .Maxwell Field In Alabama where he will be stationed. Mrs. M MnHt B Modinger rv | n Nlmr) W(m mcs nnri Wrs ' won second Mrs. J. Hostess to C!ub. Mrs. Jesse M. White was hostess yesterday to members of Ciub Eight for an afternoon of brirlge. She used rr,<cs and gladioli throughout the entertaining rooms Mrs. a. C. Owens was n bridge gucsl and Mrs. Paul Jobe was first pines winner. Mrs. C. C. f^angslon won secondhand Mrs. H. G. Partlow won th« bridgo. The hostess served parly f o o d _ and iced drinks during the games. Bits of News / Ho A fly f-ierjona.! Airman Apprentice Charles Prlch- ard left today for i'atuxcnt, Md.. after spending his 10-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aclc IVIchard. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens have as their guest, Mrs. Coleman's mother, Mrs. Hoivcll Brewer of Shreveport, La. Mrs. R. D. Forshce and children of Kiilamazoo, Mich., have returned home after having spent a week here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Forshee'B brother, Eugene IJjiford. returned with lliem to spend the summmer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. naker and family, Ruth Haker. Mrs. XVal- ter Dunlap and children, and Ed Latiimer, Jr., nil of Dallas, Tex., are Die guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Haker. They are here especially for Hie grndur.tion of Larrv Baker Mrs. Mary Kathcrine Nelson and My. R. C. Allen will return today from Shrc-vcrjort. J.a., where they have attended a florists convention. Pfc. Glen IiiRram Is spending his 12-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ingrntn. He Is with the S2nd Airborne Division at Furl fiiasK. N. C. Marcus Evrard was taken to lilytheville Hospital lam nlqht. He was stricken at his olTlce Tuesday afternoon. According 10 Mrs. Evrard. his Illness has not been determined but he Is In n serious condition. Welch Foster, who suffered an attack of extremely high blond pressure, Is "better" today, according to Mrs. Poster. He Is at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd and son. Mike, lelt today for Yonkers. N. Y., for n two-week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Obcrt Hitch are leaving today for a vacation trip to Kansas City. They plan to spend n few clays nt Norfolk Lake before returning. Mr. mid Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr.. have as their guests. Mrs. Pollock's mother, Mrs, A. L. Lewis of Halhvood, Va., and hrr brother. M. L. Lewis of Bloxom, Va. They came especially for the wedding of George Dean Pollock, lit, to Mary Helen Ednionson. to be held Friday In Little nock, for which they will leave today. James Cecil Lowe. II. Is a member of the "Toko Quartette" which sang: to an audience of 10.000 when the Union Electric Company celebrated its 50th anniversary at the Keel auditorium in St. Louis. Calvary Women Hold Meetings THURSDAY, MAT 22, J8S2 Dell Baptists Meet In Home Circles Two. Five, nnd Six of women of Calvary Baptist Church, met by groups Monday night In the homes of members. Members of Circle Two were entertained by Mrs. W. K. Khoatls for a Ilible study. Mrs. Vernon Boyd I led prayer to begin the meeting and' Mrs. Jack Attaway presided over the business session. Mrs. Vcra Lunsford eavc the Bible study and Mrs. J. W. Tomllnson dismissed with prayer. Members of Circle Five met In the home ot Mrs. T. C. Hopper. Mrs. Elvie Gean led the opening prayer and conducted a business session and Mrs. H. V. Oean led j Bible study. After they sans a hymn Mrs. Jack Vowcll closed the meet- Inp with prayer. Mrs. Jimmy Garner was a visitor with members of circle Six when they rapt in the home of Mrs lioyd K. Tiddle, Mrs. Alph Jones (f«ve the devotional and Mrs. Bill Tegethoff and Mrs. Ona Peeplcs gave the Bible study. Mrs. Tom Smallcy closed the meeting with prayer. Members of the Young Women's Association had their program meeting at the homo of Mrs. C. S. Bir- ingham for the program "The Hardest Place" which is taken from the "Window." Luclnda Cole read I the hymn anil a devotional was given by Bonnie Webb. Mrs TJIr- mlngham led prayer and Jean Norman dismissed the meeting Pol- lowing the program, a social hour ; was held. Members of the Jewel Abernalhy Circle nt Women's Missionary Union of Dell Baptist church met yesterday In the home of Mrs. C. H. Morean with 13 members, one new member, and one visitor present. The meeting was opened with group singing and a. prayer by Mrs. J. V. Henderson. A business session preceded the program, which was "Witnessing lor Christ." Mrs. M. R. Griffin cave Die devotional and others taking part on program were Mrs. Roy Morgan, and Miss Zola Morgan. The program was closed with prayer. Mrs. Ed Hardin presided over the business in the absence of Mrs. Will Morgan. The hostess and her co-hostess, Mrs. noy Morgan, served refreshments in a social hour which followed. At the Hospitals Blylhevlllc Hospital Dismissed: Carol Beavers. Cits- John Wayne Davis. City Mrs. Opal Clark. City W. C. Brewer, Rt. 3 Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. L. Farmer and baby Steele Mrs, Enlc Austin, Ht. 2 Coming Events Saturday Spaghetti supper nt Blytheville Country club 7:30 p.m. followed licture.s of Kentucky-Oklahoma by pi \vith Noah HBITJ-, Jr. —PLUS—" WILDEST SOUTH AMERICA THR1USI Cheer-leaders Honored at Dinner Aninn? the parties civfn for the school students during the closing j of school was a dinner given In hon- ! or of Beitlia Ann Gained, for the cheer-leaders, in the home of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus Opines. i A white ciltwork cloth overlaid Ina table, wluch was decorated with j ni.minn ami white goal posts and miniauire dulls dressed in cheer- ! leaner cnsmniM. also in the school j colors Place raids were megaphones for upiicn iasiincn and diplomas for the seniors. Maitha Nichols was presented a Sift, by ihe croup because slic had led thrm for the past year. The new chwr-len.rlers, Dclores Adams Pegey Taylor and alternate, Gail Whitsitt. were introduced. Assisting Mrs. Oatnes in serving was her daughter. G«na. * BT UM USSR 'Also Serial: Rarlar Man Xo.10 Plus Cartoon Bridge Luncheon Given In Home Members of the Wednesday Club met yesterday in the home of Mrs H. C. Sims [or a three course luncheon and afternoon of bridce i Guests Included Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mr.' Rilov r), Jones. dinners of the briosc panics werr Mrs, I. E. old. first; and Mrs. Baker Wilson, second, ..-„ ,,„,!,, i,, U iia ay pictures oi jluflng^Oi.cj!nmes.Supar Bowl football game at 3. you're walking on , styled by TU3-UMS washable i'ipper .._., extra deep foam rubber' platform TUB.UMS daci il q«il«J TIRRY >(M ab.otb™, WTERSOLES. J or [f|i^ jl jnn lr»»tl. rfotimlorr. beach, bilh ind 6 ifi,! COLORSi In * rjriery t>! e)e.»pp<*ling roloit. Slid for *omrn- «milj. medium ind lirjie. in draKttring teuuble pouth Al«o-..y. , !w ,,,d floral [»ancri\» ia quifttrl tlunti. 1 98 Mrs. Robinson Is Hostess To Club Mrs.^ Phillips Robinson was hostess to members of La Petite Bridge Club Tuesday with an afternoon of bridge. Roses and pansies predominated m the floral decoration of spring blossoms she used throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs J. p. Montnndon won hi-ih score and Mrs. F. E. Utley won second high, flrictgo was won by Mrs Eric Whltley. Mrs. Robinson served party foods and Icert drinks during the games. Regular Meeting Held By WSCS Members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist had their regular meeting and business session Monday night at the church. Mrs. George McGhehey opened the meeting with prayer. The business session was presided over bv Mrs. Billy King, who read a Setter from the district promotion secretary concerning the training corp to be hckl in June, which all ncn' officers will attend. -Mrs. McGhehey gave a devotional. "What Is stewardship." A song by the group was led by Mrs. Cecil Lusk and prayer by Mrs. King dismissed the meeting. Tuesday Bridge Club Is Entertained Pansies provided (be floral deco- nUion in the home of Mrs. Riley i). Jones Tuesday afternoon, when she entertained members o( the Tuesday Bruise Chib. At Ihe luncheon table, she used a centerpiece of pansies and place cards decorated with pansles. Pink carnations and pink rose buds were used In the game rooms. The two guests playing with the members were Mrs. E. J. Cure, nnd Mrs. L. E. Old. Mrs. E. M. Rceen- old won high, Mrs. W. C. Higginson won second, and Mrs. Doyle Henderson won the bridge. Meeting- Is Held At Parish House Members of the Woman's Auxiliary or St. Stephens Episcopal Church met at the Parish House Monday night with Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh as hostess. Mrs. Leroy Huddleston opened the meeting with the Mrs. L. F. Hulwncr introduced two guests from West Memphis. Mrs. C. B. Senhauser and Mrs. James Failf, who spoke on the forthcoming institute at Petit Jean Mountain June 16. The Rev. Mr. Fitishuirh gave the benediction, and refreshments were served by the hostess. Calvary Women Meet in Home Members of Circle Three and Four of the Business Women's Circles of Calvary Baptist Ciiurch met Tuesday night at, the home of Mrs. Jim Ross lor a mission study program. Mrs. Scott Mauley was admitted as a new member with the 11 members present. To begin the program, the group sang a hymn which was followed with a prayer by Mrs. Ross. MM. Hubert Polsgiove presided over the brief business session and Mrs. Howard Caldwell taught the lesson, -Crusade In Home Missions," Mrs. C. S. Birmingham led i\ prayer after the study nnd M,-s, Ellen Conley dismissed the group with prayer. A social hour followed, In which the hostess served refreshments. Potluck Supper Held At Shriners Club Members of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi nwt Tuesday at the Shrine Club for" a potluck supper followed by a business session. Hostess for the occasion was Mrs. Stake Polly and co-hostess was Mrs. Elmer Norman. Miss Coleen Wood won the door prize. Tables were decorated with potted planis tied with vellow ribbon and yellow gladioli were also used in the floral decoration. In the business session. Mrs. Polly • and Mrs. Robert A. Upscomb gave" reports on (heir trlji lo Little RocJs, where Mrs. Llpscomb was chose* "Arkansas Beta Sigma Phi of The | Year." They planned three socials i during the summer nnd discussed I the annual braiily pageant in ' | which they will take part. They I nave decided to continue their visit* lo the Kennedy General Hos- AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY & FRIDAY Mrs. Carson Wins Bridg-e Games Mrs. Jane Carson won first place JnsL night in bridge cnmes played at the home of Mrs. W. H. O'Kecfe at a meeting of members of CIB. Mrs. Leonard Oldhnm and Mrs. James Rogers were bridge guests. Others \vho n-on prizes were Mrs. Robert T. Thompson, second, and Miss Vera Goodrich, bridge. Mrs. O'Keefe served a dessert course to her guests. UNIVERSAL-INTERHATIOHAL presenls Afar/one. Ptrc<j MAIN-KILBRIDE te i*. •„ 'JSK* & <fc -^ at the f AIR .a Iflfil NELSON • JAMES BEST ktwitouus wits. to**,t, ism um*xm KW • n**.'i, KM mm ^Isls Paramount News & Shorts: "Friday Cut," "Backyard Hockev" Rifz Guests Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sl.tlcup & Family Mr. & Mrs. Jessie Taylor & Family Read Courier News Classified Ads ... 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