The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1953 · Page 4
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FOTTR BMTriEVTLLB fAHlt.T COtWmi NEW! TBTTRSDAT, 'APttt «, 1MI Pat Mullins, Society Editor Officers Elected AtFinalPTAMeet wi<;» HKRK— .Mr. ;m<l Mrs. Bi>n Henry Dcm'iiint,' lire' At the final meeting of th<! Junior .'-Ugh Parent-Touchers Association, officers were elected Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Byron Moore elect-d to head the Ri-mip J9S3-.VI. Oner off,ce,s elected were Mr*. Kenner Bruton, vice president: Mrs.: If Rpy Hudrlleston. swretnry; Mrs ' J. E, Stevenson, Jr., treasurer; and Mrs. William Wyati, hisiorinn. Mrs. Leonard Johnson EKVO the PTA prayer to twin the proKrnm. of which Mrs. Roy I. BnRley had char:e. She presented a film. "The Fnm ly Next Door." It. was announced that the ninth! Downing IS the grad•• picnic till be held May 27. j f (inl | ( >i- Miss In t le social hour, seventh grade : motl ers were hosts. shown tlii;ir v rake. IV Ilioir S o'clock man-i.'ij,"' l»st nielli at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Cljb Dessert Eigl: it Has Bridge Mi-;. OUo Scrapes was ho.srrss at her home yesterday for a des.-<Tt bridf* for members of Chib Ei.'jhl and :uests, who included Mi's. J W Ada! is, Mrs. John Lcnli, Mrs J. P. Mon andon and Mrs. C. L. Mc\V;u- ers. Mis. Lenf.i was hiph score wmner «mongr the guests, with club hiah score going to Mrs. Charles L;inir- iton and second to Mrs. .Jesse M. While. " j Carolyn Below, I the KPV. and i Ill's. I'anl M. ! Below. .Mr. parents are j Mr. and Mrs. '<>. A. [low nine;. i The couple will I live in Fort Worth, Tex. .lolin Bruce Wilson wa» recently Initiated Into Kfcppa Delta PI, honorary education fraternity, at Unl- vcrsltv of Florida. Midshipman E. C. Caldwell. who icien'U Hturned to the U. 8. Naval Hospital In Bcthesda, Md.. is re- || ported In be much Improved after undersoing nurgery several weeks Mis Mildred Muyo and her mo- J tli i Mis Rebecca Ingram, have had us ihe.ir housesueKts this week, Mr. »nd Mrs. R. . A. McEntlre of Harlmelon, Tex. Mrs. McEnlire is || Mis \lnos sister, and Mrs. rn-| grsm's daughter. Other guests were J* Mrs. Mayo's daughter, Mrs. T. A. Davidson and Mr. Davidson nnd friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yonkee Maid,T'M° icky and Tom '"" "jCharlene Yarbro, Miss Cliarlenc Yarbro i Down ing-Be lew Wedding Conducted sit, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Jobe nnd Hay Hall Is in Jonesboro today on business. Miss Mary Noe has been removed from Wails Hospital to her home. She underwent surp.ery this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Olsen and Mrs. Arthur Olsen and .son, Artie nf Chicago. 111., were to arrive today Li spend Ihe night with Mrs. Arthur Olsen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cockle. They are en route to Shreveport. La. Mrs. John W, Cocke, Jr.. of Birmingham, Ala., is the s?uest of her •ents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Sr. Mrs. Marvin Hopkins of Octroi will e 0 Sav £ JChaHes Thompson M Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richard Yarhro are today announcing ihe cnHagement and approaching mar- riapp of their daughter, Miss Charlone Ynrbro, Io Charles Rav Thomp- KOII, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jame." Luther Thompson, all of Blythevtlle The ceremony will be solemnized in late May. s.s Yarbro is a member of the Gossip That You Spread Today May Put You To Shame Tomorrow Ruth Mlllett Six months ago Mrs. Brown was tellliiK all of her friends about everything that was wrong with the young man her daughter "thought" she was in love with. That was when Mrs. Brown w a s frantically trying to break up : the match. But. as so often happens in -such cases, the marriage took place any how. And now Mrs. Brown Is busily trying to take back all the things she said about the young man who Is now her daughter's husband. Of course she can't ever really ke them back a little silly trying. She wouldn't be In such an un- nviable position if she had used a little discretion in the first place. Parents who are convinced that the young man their daughter "thinks" she is in love with isn't Kood enough for her, or even feel that the marriage would be a tragedy, have a perfect right to try to make their daughter ese the light. But they haven't any business aiscusisng the situation with their 1053 senior class at Blytlieville High j friends or telling them, in so many School. She is also a member of i words, just what is wrong with the Garden Club, high school band,; the young man from his ancestry Future Teachers of America, alto his character, member of the staff of the Chick-j The chance is too great that the Pi H. I b.'-t .' II Am cv. and Mrs r- tlie bride lit.' son nf Mr. ami Mrs. o. A m.' all of nivtlirville. ibcrs i,f \hc fanillv and :led the '.vutdinl; Delphian Society j Holds Meeting I Members of the DelLunhin Chiip- . ter of Delphian Society mer n! ' Hotel Noble yesterday morning for then semi-monthlv. study. . Mi.5. George Dillabuntv was i leader of the program, "Thought \ Way; of Ihe East." with the pur-I pose "to gain an understanding ! of various philosophies of events j which have influenced thinking of [ ano selections durina the rnremony. Orie Hal peoples. Mis. W. D. Cobb .spoke on "General Social Consideration." fol- lowel by Miss Neal Lucke.tt whose subject was "Political Attitude." Mrs. J. P. Garrott spoke on "Hinduism and Mysticism of the East." j lll(1| )ts. "Fudahism; predominant He-1 Miss Billie F»ye Griham, ligio i of China," was the subject | served (.lie bride as marl of lioiuir. of Mrs. William Wyatt's talk and • wore for l.he occnssion. a navy taf- ' Mrs. Jerry Cohen was the I » s t J feta dress, fashioned wills a filled speaker, using "Taoism. Confu-! bodice, full skirt, and three quarter t'ina ceremony per- j slim skirt was worn with a jack- imm at. .'! p. m.. Miss el fashioned wiiii a rolled collar Helrw. ciaii!;hter of, and a pcpliim. which formed a drape Belew. i on the left side and was caught with Henry: a sunburst, of rhinefiinnps. Slip wore ; while accessories and a corsage (if j pink carnations set in blue velvet rlose '. leaves. held ; Following the ceremony. 'u-rive s-iliirdiv in hf .? e I Saw< the sch ° o1 papcr ' and 5erved RS U'oung man may, in spite of their anive 5cituida> to be th<, lllilki to , he Senjor Queen . | J » -J_ * •Biiest of he,- .sister, Mrs. Paul I Mr< Thonipson is a grflduatc o( | Blyt'heville High School where he: go Pretty Foi' -it the home of Ihe brMe's parents at. L'J-JO Edwards. Her father, former pastor nf t.!ie Alexai.der Baptist. Ohuj-ch of Pfirngould, officiated at ihe riles. MI>- Fr;;:ices Slaytnn played p|- Jobe. Mr. Jobe, and family Mrs. Walfer Morrow of 1 Lift Ie Rock is vjsltiiift her sister. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mr. Cunningham . The Rev. K. C. Brown, pastor of Hie First Baptist Church here, addressed Ihe faculty and students re- of Ouachii.a College yesterday at was a member of the track team. He is n member of the Organized Reserve Corps, and is now awaiting call to arrtivR duty in the Army. ' I Layette Shower "Because." Indian | Call." nnd "I Love You Truly." J Forming a background for the wfddliif; iiarfy were two while floor bfiskcls of mock oranyp blossoms. White iris formed smaller arninge- who ception was held a( their home Arkadelphia. He was accompan- \vith Miss Dorothy Wili,ford. Mrs. ied by Mrs. Brown. Darrell Swanner and Mrs. Finis Hardy assisting (.he bride's parents in entertaining. Tlie bride's table which was over-| [g Qj ven j n laid In English lace cover linen, | WHS topped with a wedding cake. Ml - s Bil , Harding and Mrs ttus- wh.ch was surrounded by mock or- Hell Gnlnes entertained at the nnge blossoms. White Dutch iris j Oftines home for Mrs Grad Ma _ "• Being Conducted cian sin find Christianity." PEO Chapter Has Bcok Review j sleeves, trimmed with while lace, I matching tlie \\liite liter motif used used at Ihe neckline. Her accessories were white and a COI-SUKC of pink ro ! ;e bud;; was pinned at her should- i I''or her marriage i chose a Jonalhan ! suit Mrs. Downing original in crystal were on the buffet. Out-of-town guests U'ere Mr. and Mrs. f D. Slicdd, Mrs, Albert White and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robins, all of Manila. Following the reception, the young couple left for a brief wedding trip, and will make their home in Fort Worth, Tex., where the groom Is employed. gee Tuesday night with a layette shower. Tulips and narcissi formed floral decorations, with the table holding R centerpiece of pastel blue umbrella, tied with showers of pink ribbon, One hundred thirty eight members have enrolled in the Trailing Union Week of Study in session at the First Baptist Church this week, and an average attendance of 114 is reported. Adults of the church are studying the book, "The Christian in the Modern World," taught by.the Rev. E. C. Cloud of Tyronza. The Rev. the j Orvllle Maguire, pastor of the New gift j Liberty Baptist Church, is teaching 1 "Vital Problems In Christian Living" for the Young People's Department; "Pilgrim's Progress in Out of-town guests were Mrs. Guy i the B.Y.P.U." is the book taught Miiype of Munilji. Mrs. J. H. Whit- : in the Intermediate Department by ,. Qii.H*. It „( wt« I Uker ' Wr ' Sl Pllt ' ker B»wen and Mrs. i Rev. David McPeake, pastor of the a , SU , muit ? l ° 1J : ! John Enrich, all of Wilson. I Trinity Baptist Church. • In the party games, winners were | Miss EfTie Lynn Allen Is instrue- Mrs. Frank Seay and Mrs. Bill Ban- i tor of the Junior Department, usin? , , ,,, ., , . . • , i 1-ster. A salad course was served at! the textbook. "Lfvinc for Jesus." A main here until the end of school. t , (;ullclu , ion of the evening's ac- [ class In Training Union methods theville High School, where she member of the Future I-lomeinakers of America and Choir. She will re- when .she will join her husband. Mr. Downing is a graduate of Gnsnell High School and hns re- Mi s. James-Roy and Mrs. W. M. Law >he were hostesses for a luncheon. yesterday given for members : i P>~T A r> of Cnnpter "D" of PEO, when Mrs. l_Qnge PIA KB- blue faille. The pencil ' cently returned from duty in Korea. Harry W. Haines was spcftker. Mrs. Hainfis reviewed (he hook "Profile," after which Mrs. R. A. Port ?r presided over the business sessi ->n. Yt How and white was (he color sche ne u.sed by the hostesses in decorating for the luncheon. i i /Vu$. Mrs. ,f. C. Droke was Installed in I of a Cause." Mrs. Monre Introduced serve as president uf l.u'iRe Parent- Danny Cohh, who presented sev- t,\viLies f Coming Events chers at their linal nieotin^ of j ernl musical selections. ' Bridge Club Has Luncheon Meeting i Mis, Hurry Klrby (•nlrrtiiliml : meir.bers of Hip W.-iinesd;iy Club ! Ht h ^r lionie ye.sterdny \vilh luncli- { eon followed by tin nflcmuon of j bridiie games. j Ai all-while centerpiece nf lilies of the valley, tulips nnd Dutch iris j arior.ied rhe luncheon tnhle. while ! In tne livinR room, yellow tulips' and yellow Dutch Iris wr-ie used, i T< the year yeslerday, al'Ur being reelected lnht month. Mi.ss VVmnic Virgil Turner served as installing ui'iiccr. Mr,,. N. G. Jerome was installed ji.s first vice prositieiit. with others to Include Mrs. .lime Miller, seroiii; vice president; Mrs, Joe Rrwch. .secretary; Mrs. Joini Holliind. (.renMin-r. "In Ihe pruKViun, Mrs, Byron Muun 1 Wii.s in rharp.e. Mi's. Robert Wade t;ave the (ievoliimul, "He.sults Marriage Licenses Krlilay Mrs. F. L. Husband and Mrs. W, H. Stoval! are hostesses for a ten shower at, Hotel Noble honoring Mrs. Tom Walls Irom 3 p. m. to 5 p. m. Paul Hughes of me Toaslmasters j Duplicate Bridge League members and i;i Christian Living is being taught for Training Union officers and'leaders by Miss Hazel Brannen. Under the direction of James Gardner, Training Union director of tlie church, special features have been presented at the inspirational period each evening. On Monday evening, Mr. Gardner demonstrated a Departmental Worship Program. Tuesday evening the work of Train- t hrwarm"minths"Vhat'ii certain'to Club made an appeal for donors to ihe Bloixliuobile. which is to be here May (i. --In the business session, the group voted to donate to the Chnrlott David fund. lloom count went to Mrs. Gene O'Neal. Miss Alia- Marie Ross and Miss Kh/.Hbeth Hal.sU-ad, meet at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Edgar Borum Is hostess to members of. the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Clarence Webb Is hostess to the La Nueve Club. ing Union officers and committees. was presented by Mrs. Randall | Hawks, Mrs. E, D. Swanner, Mrs. Harry Ray Brooke, Miss Cliff ie Overman and Raymond Zachry. The Wednesday evening inspirational period featured the film, Mrs. Russell Mosley Is hostess at i "Training Unjon Is a Family Af7: HO p.m. to Ihe Vendrcdi Bridge fair," and A l lbe Hospitals HlythevJHc •Tamps Manunl. Osrenln. Kpuripfh Manuel, Oscpola, Mrs. Dnipy Griffin, Stecle Hospital The fnllo\viny couples hnve obtained miirrinRo licenses from the Ot i-of-town guest w:is Mrs. W;il- ' (1 Mi''f of Hit 1 ronnty clerk, ]Vtrs. ter .lorrcw of Little Rock, who is , Elizabeth Blvthe Park, r: visit ng Mrs. C. A. Cmmiii<:h;mi, ! Edward Robertson anri Mrs. Dar-i Dismissed- Tto. club presented Mrs. W. .!. : lene Moohle. both o( '1'nylorsville. | Mi's. Cecil Mann. city. III.: Carl Lee Forrest. 'Memphis, j M | ss j,.,^. p ram -es Long. cily. ami \V:mda Fitve IloinL-r, Manila; | MUS Mary Noe, city. Mnnlell Briclai-.valer and Balhel Mrs. James R. Brown, Cooler. rhiiri-Ki, bulb or Hhlhuvillc. Poll: rd with a tan voy:t»e ulft. Win icrs of the bridne eame were Mrs. L. E. Old. first plate, nnd Mrs. H. C . Suns, second. Club at the A. S, Harrison home. Saturdiiy "Storyhour" party and end of ihe year long contest is to be conducted at the Library with usual grouping from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m.. and in to 11 a.m. Kibitzer Club is being entertained by, Mrs. .Johnny White. Mrs. Gilbert Smtyhe Is hostess to members of the T 1 3 Bridge Club. Mrs. Byron Morse is to entertain the Thursday Club. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry hostess (o members of Week Club. Mrs T. ll. Caraway is hostess to Ihe GEO Club. at tonight's service, in addition to Ihe completion or the le.xtbouks, the film, "Stranger at Our Door" will be shown. This film portrays Christian living on the part of young people. Dell Band Mothers Club Organized A Band Mother's Club was or- sanized at Dell Tuesday, and officers were elected, with Mrs. Noble Is to he ; Gill being named to head the gtoup. the Mid- j other officers include Mrs. Ralph Simpson, vice president; Mrs. C. A, Smith, secretary and reporter; r.nd please a young lady of six to tour- teen. Sparkling white trims the collar and pocket: make the bolero in matching or the same fabric. Pattern No. 8920 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in si7.es 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 years. Size 8, dress, 2U yards of 39-inch; bolero ** yard; ; !M yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name .address, .size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 315 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. ; Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53. spring nnti summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift 1 pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. tertaining committee is composed of Mrs. Arthur Penter, Mrs. Noble Dixon and Mrs. L. N. Hinch. A band concert is to be held at 8 p.m. May OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ACM: SOc Children Under 12 FREE with Parents THURSDAY & FRIDAY v WARNER ARY COOPER ALDON—« UKlSWtSFOTS Plus Cartoon & Little Rascals Comedy THURSDAY & FRIDAY Paramount News & Cartoon: Mouse Divided RITZ GUESTS Mr. * Mrs. Cecil Ln.sk & Family Mr. & Mrs. Riley Adams & Family Mr. & Mrs. Joe Alexander & Family Mr. & Mrs. l{. 1|. Arcnsineier Lack of Cash Keep You From Erijoying Natural Gas Service Now! It isn't necessary for you to save up the cash before you start enjoying Ihe many advantages of Natural Gas. We'll finance your natural gas pipe installation for you. You select your own pipe installer to do (he joh. We pay the entire bill and let you piiy us back on low monthly installments. J2 In 36 months to pay .... depending on size of the job. Call, write, or come in and see us for complete information on this plan that makes it easy for you to start enjoying natural gas right away. No obligation. Ark-Mo Power Co. wishes, become their daughter's husband. Then, no matter how determined the parents are to accept the son-in-law and make the best of what they regard ss a sncl situation, they have already made statements they can't take back. Wise parents keep their discussions of the young men their daughters "think" they are in love with confined to the family circle. That is not only being fair to their daughter and the young man in question, but It is also a protection for themselves. You can check up on th« clean. linens of your sheer curtains by holding several layers of the fabric together in your hand. 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Here's fluffy-light walking...in eye-catching colors! The/re th» new flattering mid-hi wedges with a comfortable "double-rising action".,.a layer of air-t'iihd foam cushioning insicUl Softett imooth leathers in wardrobe-sweetening colorsi SHOE SERVICE 421 W. Main Phone 354S COTTON SEED FOR SALE Why not plant one-half your cotton in EARLY MATURING D & PL-FOX Slate certified Blue Tax Seed 90% Germination 1 to 5 ton $135.00 Over 5 ton, inquire NOBLE GILL FARMS Plmne fi8fi8 Blythevillt

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