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MAY 24, 1052 'BLYTHRVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEW Pat Mullinsj Society Editor Vivian Patterson is Bride-Elect Of James Stockley Mrs. Spiii-goon SAwyer Patterson •announces tlic engageriient ami ap- prpachin« marriage of her daugh- _, tef, Viviui, to James Ridgway , Stockley, son of Mr, nnd Mrs. Charles Ambrose Stockley of Marion, Ark, The btiide-elect ,.ls the grand daughter of Mrs. Wil.Uam Thomas Obersl and the late Mr. Ober?l of BlyiheviUe, and the daughter of the Ifite Spurgeoh Sawyer Patterson. Miss Patterson was graduated from BlyUieviUc High School, where she was a member of the National Honor Society. She attended Lindcriwood College. St. Charles, Mo., and was a member of Terrapiii Honorary Society and Orche?is Honorary Society. She is how a student at the University of Arkansas, where she is a member of Pi Beta Pht social sorority. Mi'. Stockley was graduated from Christian Brothers College, Memphis. He attended Southwestern, where he became a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilo'h social fraternity. Now n ^senior (it University of Arkansas. Mr. Stockley later will be as- &octateci wifh his father in planting Interests at Marion.. Finns for the July weddfng will be announced later. Plans Announced By Miss Silverfield OSCEOLA —Miss Jacqueline Silverfield, daughter of Mr. and Mis Morris Silverfleld of Osccola, today announced plans for her approaching marriage to William Bprnatsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bernataky, 826 East Drive, Memphis. The wedding, which v,-ill be of wide, social interest, in Osceola and Memphis; will be solemnized June 15 »t 7:30 p.m. In the continental ball room of the Peabody Hotel. Miss Silverfield will tie given In marriage by her father. As matron of honor, she has chosen her aunt, Mrs. George Brown of Memphis, the former Mlsa Ruth Bisno. Bridesmaids will be Mis« Irma Sue Kohn, who was her school mate fit tlie University of Missouri, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kohn of Haytl, Mo.: Miss Beryl Shatnberg ol Mempliis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shalnberg of Memphis, and Miss Barbara Wllehzlx. daughter of Mrs. S. Wilenziic of Forrest City, Ark. Robert. Bernataky, twin brother of the groom-to-be, will serve as beat man. Groomsmen will be Marvin Bernatsky, also a brother, Lionel Silverfleld, Jack Bisno and Alan Bimo, eouflins of the bride-elect, •nd Shep BeltB of Memphis. Bits of News Decoration Day Service To Be Held Psmicwot County Singing Convention, Southeast Missouri Singing Convention and Mt. zion Cemetery Association have a Joint Decoration Day Service tomorrow at Mt. Zion Cemetery. Singing will be held In the High School Gymnasium In Steele beginning at 10:30 a.m. The Ken- tucklnns Quartette from Paducah and several others will sing. Indispensable For ** Women Calvary Baptist To Have School Plans have been completed for i'. vucuilon Bible school to begin Monday al Calvary Baptist Cluirch 11 will last through Friday. Registration will be held Monday at 9 a.m. and school will be from 9 until 11 each morning. Tho school will have as principal. Vernon Boyd. Department superintendents and teachers ore Mrs Carie Pruitl. Mrs. Bulah Lewis Mrs. Maxine Adkins, nursery Mrs. Henry McCain. Mrs. T. C. Hopper, Mrs. Grace Cockran, Mrs. Barbara Duncan, Mrs. Gwendolyn Rhoads, beginners; Mrs. Elsie Vnwell, Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, Mrs. Preston Thorn. Miss Joyce Steel, Mrs. Albert Smothers, primary, Mrs. Jack Tapp. Mrs. Bill Harnin. Mrs. Porter Miller, Miss Delores Carter, Mrs. Jimmy Davis, Junior; Mrs. Darrell Lunsford, Mrs. H. C. Fondren, Mrs. N e a 1 Geurlan, Miss Janet Michael and Mrs. Alph Jones, Intermediate. Handwork for boys will be given by Dan Adklns, Melvln Boyd, and the Rev. P. H. Jernlgan. At the Hospitals , Walls Hosiillal Dismissed: Mrs. James Fisher and baby, City Ann Brooks, Memphis Confii'inatibh Will Be Held Confirmation service's will be held tomorrow at. 2:30 p.m. at Temple Israel here for Sam David Niekol, son of Dr. and Mrs. M.'s. Nlckol of bsteola, and Bernie Joseph Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiess of Osceola. Tlie two eoiiiirniands will participate In the service and will address the congregation with confirmation speeches. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabui of Temple Israel, will deliver tlie. charge, Ihe confirmation sermon and pronounce the benediction. Perry Cnopermnn, president of the Temple, will present, the confirmation certificates. Fiilimvin" (he services, the parents of the two conflrmands will entertain in their honor at a reception in the Temple recreation hall. erjoiial Miss Cynthia Daley of Little Rock is tlic week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines. Miss Daley will leave June 1 for a summer of study at the University of Leyden Leyden, Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Gene lioggs have as (heir \vei-k end fiiest, John o. Kcchler ot Little Rock. Mrs Cran lord Noljle lia$ i-p- tiinu'd from Fmt Wortli. Texas where she attended a hotel convention. Mr. and Mrs: C. W. Afflick will le.ive tomijnott- morning for Hurtford. Conn., where they will visit tlieir daughter, Mrs. Robert Ilarli- . Mr. Uarligan ahd lllelr son Bill. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Morgan pt Oxford, Miss., announce the iiirlli of tlielr first child, a son, Thursday night. He lias Wen named James Ronald. Tlie couple is formerly of Blytllevllle and upon his graduation in June, from the University ol Mississippi, plan to rirtm-h to make their homo here. She- is the former Miss Joy Challd-l ler of Cooter. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mills and son, Tommy, left today for a vacation. They will go through the irfcs to Denyville. Ark., where they will visit Mrs. Mills' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Royse, who uiil accompany them to tlie home of Mr. Mills' parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Mills of O.sceola, Neb. Miss Luna Wilhelin, Mrs. Jake Huffman, Alvin Huffman Jr.. Frank Huffman of Steele. and Mrs. E. H. Brown attended tiie funeral of Mrs. A. L. Ray in Neuberii. Tenn., yesterday. They were accompanied home by Miss Bessie Ray and Prank Fray. John Wc.slcy Pipkin of Lone Oak has been inducted Into the army. He was given a farewell party bv his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John. Pipkins, at which 60 friends and i relatives called. Mrs. John Hartley ot New Orleans is the guest of Mr. ahd Mrs. Mel Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines. Mrs. Games, Mrs. Russell Gafncs, nnd Mrs. Bill Jontz were In Memphis yesterday to meet her. Mrs. H. P. Parris, Jr.. of Memphis is .spending the week end witii her PACK THRBH MAKKIKD—Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee Greeihvel! of Wilson announce the "maitinge of Ihhlr daughter, Miss Patsy Lee dteen- vell, to Bobby Joe Forrester, soil ol Mr. and Mrs. Jess Forrester oil liec. 2. 1051 After a brief wedding trip to Ml. Petit Jeiui near Mdrrllton. the young couple will make their homo, at Whittch. U.S. Teacher Studies Mandarin in Far feist SINGAPORE OT —An enterprising young teacher from New y 0 ik City Is winking out his own mutual assistance program here. Pcler Lewis, 21.. said it works this way: he leaches English to about 40 pupils In a Singapore high school while they, ns well as some of their Chinese tnsti-uctbrs, teach liifn Mandarin. To make the tedious process of learning Mandarin seem a little less like a chore. Peter Is living In a Y.M.C.A. "rest house" for Chinese teachers. CoUpie Weds In Methodist Sanctuary WEI) MBit 1C — Jlr. ahd Mis. Teinjjtoii H. Kstos aimounce the maiTiago of ilieir Bobbie Carolyn LOstcs to Jlat-old Clayton Hi a diiuble ting ceremony last nlRlit at 10 o'clock Miss Bobble Carolyn Est«, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Temlon H. E s t e s, became the bride of Harold Clayton Koonce son of Mr. and Mrs. B'olts Koonce. The marriage was rlerforined In the new sanctuary of tjie First Mellioilisl Chiircri by the Rev. Roy I. liaglcy. M«fd of honor and oiily feminine attendinil wris Miss Nnhcy Clair Kslcs, sister of Hie bride, who chose „ . , ' : a ballerina length gown ot yellow rvOOHCe, SOU of oi-Riindy iii Identical design to that Mi 1 , aiid lAIrs. of the bride's, with the exception B'Otis Kotiiu-p of her snsh .which made a latoe ,m . , bow in (he back gis-jiig i b US M P . ille double effect. Her ncc'r-ssories were orchid 1'illg ceremony and siie was presented nn arrm^o- ment of Dutch orchids for her shoulder. The bride, who wa.i given In mar- rlofib by her fnilicr, wore for her I wedding, a ballei-liia length Ro'.vn lashloncil oi crisp wjiitc embroidered brgnndy which featmert a lo\v scalloped neckline and scalloped hemline. The exli-enicly full gathered skirt fell In iillUnv.s from a moulded bodli'e with slioii sleecvs. She wore, a .siniill white hat with rhinc.stone * trini undoltier accessot'tes of white Topping the white satin Bible she carried, was a single purple orchid in cascade arrangement dbhi which fell satin ribbons tied with French knots into iienihiie streamers. She later |>lnncd Hie removable orchid corsage nt her shoulder. Serving Mr. Koonce as best ninn was Bob Sniith. his cousin. Mrs. Estes wore for the iiinrrlage of her daughter H two-piece rlress, fashioned of tail faille, with winch was purformed lust night in tlie iMetlioiii.st Chiii-fcli l>y the Rev. Roy 1. Bagley. Park Avenue Has New Resident on Stilts NEW YORK («v—Park Avenue has a new "resident,"—a 20-story glass nnd stainless steel office building on "stilts." It's the six million dollar "I-ever House". headquarters of Lever Brothers, 'me building appears to rise on stainless steel column's There are 1,404 green and blue- tinted windows. The ground floor features an outdoor terrace garden suid a soundproof theater. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times SATURDAY Douhie Feature AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE ^ io&i ^ k Jstk S(>.«B(i F[6i«Ui«fi| puitnlslin Serial: Kinjr of Ihe Congo & Curloim SUNDAY & MONDAY 8660 By Sue Burnett The simple, charming dre^s for general wear (hat's kind to a wo- i man's figure-K) plan on II. for your j summer wardrclie, whether vaca-! tinning away or at home. t Pattern No. 8660 is a sew-rllc per- i for.Ttrcl pattern in sizes 3-1 56 38 i 40. «, «, 46. 43. H,w 3S, ^iiorl : .••I'f-vci- -1 flnrcis o' .3f)-i:;-i^ j For this pattern, srnrt 3fk: in ' COI.VS, your naine, ai|[]ii',s. >i/e | de.-ivcri. and Ihe PATTF.RX NU\f- j BER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Qitincy St., Chicago 6. Ill Basic FASHION for 'S3 Is filled j with Ideas lo make your clolbe.s hud^et eo further—tilne-sa\hi? ar.rf etononi-L-al dr.-hr.s that are f.x-y to jr-v. Gift pattern printed inside. 15 j cents. g ii $&%&tM*t*i****sxj31£Stiaim*&fai'SK*'S**-™* ILLER OR HERO? JAMES STEWART., CARBINE WILLIAMS •WENDELL COREV wilh Noah Berry, Jr. —I'hUS— WILDEST SOUTH AMERICA THRILLS! parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. G. Scherer. Mrs. Floyd Mizell and daughter. Di'Eiia. were In Joliesboro last nlgrl for the graduation of Dorothy Lee Mizell. another daughter, from Arkansas stale College. They were accompanied by Mrs. Maude areeti, Mrs. C. G. Schercr. and Mrs H p Parris. Jr. -she \Vdre red flece^orics, ami pln- ned.rcd roses at her slioiildcr. The moilier ot the ernoiii was nllliTd In n navy bine ilress willi while acces.sorie.5. She was presented & shoulder arrhligemcnl, oi whltt ctitueUas. Following a brie! solitllcrn wetl- ilinir trip, (lie cou;ilc will be at home in Blylheviile. Comiiw Events and here's the heating secret... . aghettl supper nt Bl.vtlicville Country Club 1:30 p.m. followed by pktilin.s al Kentucky-Oklahoma Sugar Hmvl football game nl a. Moiiil:i.v Women's Missionary Union circles iir the Vim Usiplisl. Clmrcll rileel as lullow.s: Circle One with Mis. Ney Hum. circle Two with Mrs. Jim Crulton, Circle Three with Airs, ivy Crawford, Circle Fo\ir with Mrs. Rnudall Hawks. Circle Five with Mrs. O. V. Maws, Circle Six with Mrs. Jesse Scemaii am! Cilrle Seven with Mrs. T. A. Fol 1 ger. Altar Society ol IinnuicuUte Con., , . cepiloh Catholic Cliurc-h lias a Most human cancer Is (omul In mcetlui! at the hnmc of Mrs n P older jieople. but no age Is exe.ii\|)t. Mckimum. Tliey will gnihpr nl Ihe school at 1:30 p.m. preceding tilt meeting. Tuesday Mis. Hcnmtn Turner is hostess to Ejisilon Sigma Alpha with Mrs. Harold Eubnnks co-hostess. Mrs. .Max Usrcy is hostess to La Puttte Club. Alpha Delta chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. dessert canasta at the home of Mrs. C. L. Kelly. Yarbro Home bcmonstration Club iliccts in their Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridga League has meeting at Country Chlb. Wednesday Mrs. Forrest Moore Is hostess to Ilinh IVo Bridge club. Delphian Society ha» 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Miw Luclla Barnes Is hostess to C1D Also Serial: Hadar Man No.10 Plus Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature " I must eat " I must ftvt •^LJt*i»- /• tata»V* "- TOMMY COOK ((toil t ( MONOGRAM f<!,- K Cot —1'IAJS— I'aratnounl News, Cartoon ft Novelly Keel Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Hilly Homic & Family Mr. & Mrs. Harold Thompson & Family 'fcMifcfcfcK COLEMAN Blend- Air When you visit Kedil.v Kilowatt's new electric home, be sure to notice the special heating system . . . Coleman Blend-Air, ft provides the utmost in modern luitomiitic home healing comfort. This system, completely installed by Frank Simmons Tin Shop makes possible an ideal temperature in every room. And there's a great saving in cost, too, hecnuse all (he parts of the Cole• man Blend-Air system are precision made al tht factory. No costly tailoring oT special parts _ and a great saving in inslallation time. For plea.sant living, for pleasant saving . . . Reddy Kilowatt has lieen wise to select Colemnn Hlend-Air, REDDY KILOWATT'S NEW ELECTRIC HOME SUPPLIED AND COMPLETELY INSTALLED BY FRANK SIMMONS 117 South Broadway In Blytheville

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