The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 27, 1952
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BLYTHEViLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEF" TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1552 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4-161 John W. Booker To Claim Bride Here Saturday Mr. »"d Mrs. Clnud L. Tliaxlon are today announcing th* engagement and approaching marriage of tl-.eir daughter, Lena Fay. to John We.Oey Booker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. w. Booker. The bride-elect attended Blylhe- ville High School vhere she was i member o[ the 1952 graduating class. Mr. Booker Is a graduate of Bly- Iheville High School where he played In the band. He Is now awocl- sied with Day Amusement Co. Nuptial vows will be pledged In the home o f the bride's parents May 3' at 8 o'clock In the evening. Couple Weds In Fort Smith Ceremony Mrs. Maysill Hnwkln; today announces the marriage of her rlanch- ter. Beulah Hawkins, to Pvt. Jimmy Garrett. son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Garrett of Dell. The ceremony wns performed in Ft. Smith May 21 with Rev. R. T. Jordon officiating. Jimmy Simmons served as. best man and only attendant. Mrs. Garrett is employed as bookkeeper Rt the Farmer's Bank and Trust Co. and will remain in Blytheville. while Pvt. Garrelt Is serving with ihe medical detachment In the U. S. Army Hospital nt Camp Chaft«, Ark. The couple vent on a brief u-eddmg trip to Little Rock. Tops In Half Size Styles 'First Baptist ,Women Meet Member?, of thr> Womeji's Missionary Union of tho Baptist Church conducted reeulnr pcmi- monthly nie^lnicr, ypsterday in circles \vhlch nt'H at ihe homos of members. Mrs. Ney Hunt :\:\K hostess to Ciiclp One, svhon nine m^mbfrs met. Mis, Ted Kins K-'i^'* 1 f*n** oprninp i j prayer anri M^.s, WilLiiiin Kerry; i m;in tnuyhf the U's:-on. Thf meet in if ijW.'s. 1 ; brou giu tn a clo*e vith prayer f | finiri by Mrs, \ r icrni i;i Oilb^rt. Six mrnibeis nnrt one visitor mr>t Bits of News l Arriving from Slm'veport, La., for thn weekend with Mr. ami Mi.v Cfjlcman Stevens aafl fiimily will be Mrs. Stevens' father, Dr. Howell Brcu-er, nnc] her .si.-.ter, Mlts Piit- ricia Brewer. Ito^cr Utm. whr) ha. 1 , been attending Missouri Schoril of Mines at llolja. has arrived to spend the summer uilh hi.s parent, Mr. and j Mrs, John Lum anrl family. Miss Ruby Walker, who has been te.irhmc in Kortiak, Alasiia. has ar- nverl to be the guest oi her parents m Tyler, -Mo. An Adair family reunion was held in Walker Park Sunday. Out of town ftue.sts of Mr. anri Mrs. Her- i man Adalr were Mr. and Mrs. W. | A. Breedlove of Tupelo, Mis-rv, Mr. Miss Lena Fay Tliaxtnn in the home of Mrs. Jim Crafton when .^he entertained member.*, nf | and Mrs. Guy Adai: 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Curie Two. The hostess opened the [George Settles and family of Hnone- mcelili!! with prayer and Mrs. Wil- ! villc, Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Inir OpiinuiB taught the ]i-v,oii. Mrs. j Davis nnd fon of Moniicello. Ark.. Alvin J-luffmnn eloseci the inertjj)« | and Mr. and Mrs. Willie lOilwonh when she snlrt tlis dismissal prayer, of Waco. Tex Tlmse. from nlylhe- Ciirle Thier- - >. mrmLpiT ni"t m the ! vfHe \vho attentied were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Artntr, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wicker anrt sons. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Matthews anrt daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hoslcy McHnffey, Mr. TO I'l.AV HKRJv—Shop FsoWs and his Rippling Rhythm Orchestra Ls scheduled to piny at the Country Club June 3 from fl p.m. tit 1 a.m. for a dnnce for memhers and their out of town KUP.-il^f. Sh^Ti Fields is known as one of DIP leading recording artists in t.he nation. Miss Webb Hostess To Calvary YWA Miss Bonnie Webb was hostess .ast night nt the home of Mrs. C, S. Birmingham for a meeting of members ol the Young Woman's Association of Calvary Baptist Church. Guest. 1 ; included Mis.s Dorothy ice and Miss Joan Decker. Miss Rice led prayer to begin ihe meeting and the program, taken from the "Window," was entitled 'Laying the Foundation/ Those taking parts were Miss Rice, Mrs. Birmingham, Mrs. Sadie Cunningham nnrt Miss Jean Norman, Miss Webb gave the devotional and Miss Lueinda Cole dismissed ihe meeting with prayer. A social hour was conducted and refreshments served: Been Married More Than a Year? gg^g,,- Up OH TOUT AttitUOe i Definition nf a wife: "A woman to her husband. It colors her con' who onrp thought a certain man; versntton when .she is talking about onre thought i was perfect." I Judging from my ; or maybe hp was I who thought up that definition the naii squarely on the head. Wives no seem more interested their hu.'i- jands' faults :han in their »ood qualities. That isn't true Executive Board Has Luncheon hnjm! of Mrs. Ivy Crawford, with 13 innnhers pre\en( and one new mombi-r. Mr.s I.tnyrl Siickmon taut'ht !hn Jfs>on find Mrs. C, L, Lake Street WSCS Has ProgTam Coming Events Tuesday Dinner-riance at 3 p.m. at the Htu for members of the American Lesion and their wives. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Si^;ma Phi has 7:30 p.m. ries-evt canasta at Rustic Inn with Mrs, C. L, Kelly hostess. certain , him. mail, (he wit—j It abruptly chanpes her from the i philosopher— ; one person in the world her man feels understands him to someone who isn't satisfied with him as he is, but Is determined to improve him. So how about you? If you've been married longer than a year it mitrnt be well to check up on your own attitude. Does it reflect an honest convic- nefore rntirrin»e, \ lion (hat your husband is a pretty Before marriage , special sort of person? a Girl dwells on j Or have you become the kind of \ all the «ood qua!- I wife nptly described by Ihe definl- Ities" of the man tion: "A woman who once thougnt she loves. She; a certain man was perfect?" thinks about his cood qualities, t enumerates then; when she is tallt- in'j about him to her parents and her friends. One- of her most faseinatine topics of conversation, so far as the man she is in Jove with is con- corned, could be summed up under Ruth Millclt Lange Releases Attendance List the leading, "What I like about you : Executive board members of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary met yes- terclay for a luncheon it the home | [ Mrs. James C. Guard, president. o plan the group's program for the McWiitcr.s, Jr., di.imi-.scid with prayer. Members of Ch-rlrs Koiir nnri Seven met for a joint nieetmt: at- tli« home of Mr-,. Randall Hiiwk.s, wuh a total present of 13, Mrs. Charle.s Ncwromh led the opening prayer and Mrs. Marion Willinms taught ihe lesson which was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. J. W. Port lock. Mr.s. G. V- Hnws was ho.stess to . 1 ! of Circle Five when nine | Members of the Women's Porlety ; anri Mrs. C. O. MrHnffey and ! 0 | Christian Service of the Lake ; iauehtrrs, Mr. and Mrs. Robert. • street Methodist Church had their; Charley CLiffie McHaffey, Mr. and Mrs. Kmningham and Mi^s Overman nnd Mrs. Hoy DiHworih. Airman First Cinss Dan Cnldwell wns the wtvk. end euest of bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caidwell. He is stationed nt Birm- j t o the group which was from Mrs. inifhain. Ala., with the Air Force. | \y. M. Hickok. district president, Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Davis an- j , vho slat|lt j thai a training day for officers would he held for the Bly- Mrs. Albert Johnson is ho.-t^s. to Hi:,h Two Bridge Club. Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meet ins? at Hotel Noble. Mi. 1 ** Luc Ha Barnes is hrn.-iess to regular program meeting yesterday \ GIB at the church. j Chapter "D" of PEC ha = a 1 p.m. In the absence of Mrs. Billy KinR.i luncheon in the home of Mrs. Wil- Mrs.'jim Davis, vice-president, prc- ! liam Lawshe with Mrs. W. I. Den- sided. Mrs. C. M. Baxter led the • ton co-hostess, opening prayer. A letter was. read I Thursday Pollack supper at 7 for Ma- ;ons and their families at the Ma- is , ; or the birth of their second wic Temple, Mrs. Clarence Webb entertains COLORS ALT THINKING It is a stKl day for (he happiness of a marriage when a woman changes from the "what-I-like- :ibout-you" attitude to the "the- trouble-wiih-you-is" approach. Tt colors all of her thinkine. It i Influences her in her relationship I Stitch and Chatter at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Everett Peterson is hostess at 1:30 p.m. to La l/uiies Bible 'Class of the First Methodfet Church has Twenty students of Lan?e Grade S< boo! have completed the year with perfect attendance, it was announced today by their teachers. Sixth qr^rie — L'nda Dunn. Irby Lynn Hodce. Stella Ruth HnRiie. Rona Fay Mrador, Don Tinker, H. L. Rosamond, Jo Ann Kincaid. Fifth prade—Mabelee Lnnsford. Fourth (Trade-— N r orma Jean Kin- cairi, Jimmic Lrntz. Tliirri crrade—Donald Aycock. Jr., Danny Lowe, Gary White. Margaret Holbrooks, James Harry Ashley, Nerira Jean Briley. Second grade—Patricia Lawrence, Donny Burnham. First tirade — Keith Shnrp, Roy Holbrook. lory hour at the library, and the xccpflonal children's .school. Because of a change in the Na- ional Association of Junior Auxll- ' yCar ' '?» M"""''^-•,""M" 5 serve mtil Mny, WM. Mrs. Guard, presldrnt; Mrs. John Cnn- 1111. vice president; Mrs. Ed Tune, ecordlng secretary: Mrs. Harry A. Talnes. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ben HnrpolR. Jr., treasurer. Mrs R. A. Nelson will serve FIS ihalrman ot the \vcirnre committee; vTrs. Max Logan, fashion show cnm- nittee; Mrs. Blan Henth. finance; .Irs. T. R, Coleman. expansion; Mrs. James Roy. legislation; Mrs. E. Nf. Terry. Jr., publicity; and Mrs. Monroe Grain, new project-*. Mrs. Boh Logan was appointed, to IiU the vacancy on civic projects rttmmtt- tee created when Mrs. Oscar Fend- N'cwrnmh Find Mrs. Albert Endrrlin dismissed with prayer. Following each of the meetings, a social hour was held in the home party foods to her guests. Central Has 14 On Attendance Thp 14 children of Central Grade School who have completed the year with perfect attendance are Bobby Graham. Marparet Hobbs, Charlie Jean Harris, David Burnett, Martha Frances Arnnds. Sally Kennedy, Shirley Hntcmnn. Patricia Ann Fowhton, Joan May Carter, Jimmie Ed wards. Carolyn Jean . ... , Gurno. Marvin McMaban, Barbara ler was elecl-cd to a notional office. Gtmiow, and James Pugh. Those with perfect nttendnncc for the first .semester are Jimmy Ifnynes, Jerry Wade, Judy Regan. .fesFo naspberry, Renal Gentry, Fredda Mne Turnnce. Otto Boyett. Bill Tom Bronks, Barbara Crowd 1. Gracie Fay TnrrrasJjeT Gary Carter, Martha Shelby. Jamns Graham, Robert Hnllman, Mary Ann Batonian, Dee Criner wr?rp in Ripley. Term./ Sunday for the funeral of Dr. J. A. | Lathan. I Mr. nnd Mrs, W. \V. Booker and ' son.s. J. W. and Jimmy Ray, were [ !n Memphis and Mi.taisdppl nvrr the week end- They were the guests in Memphis of Mr. and Mrs. Burl led prayer and rend a poem riedicat e<l to mothers who have sons in service. A skit was presented by Mrs. Baxter and Mrs. J. W. Wool- nms. entitled. "The Twins." which referred to the world outlook. "Evening Prayer" was the dismissal song. elebrates 92nd Birthday ,8773 I4H - 24% By Sue Burnett A beautifully tailored claw that's Just about the most versa til frock you own. Anrt it's cut especial ly In half Rises to save altering your pattern if you're shorter than average. Pattern No. 8773 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes H'v, 164. Ifi^, 204. 224. 244: Sir* 164, short short sleeve, 4 l i yards of 39-Lnch. For this pattern, send 3Qc In COINS, your name .address, size de- Kirpti, find the PATTERN' NUMBER Mrs. Victoria Nealy. who 1s years old. was honored \vitli luncheon nt- the homi ter. Mrs, George Pe: she Hves. Approximately 15 people wore present for the luncheon. Her daughter, Mrs. Defonar Lcmastns, from Conshas Dam, N. M.. and her nan, Auston Ncflly of Houston. Tex., cnme especiaUy for her birthday. Mrs. Nealy has lived in Huffman community pince 1805. More than 5fl people from Blythevllle. Stcelc, le of her diuigh- Charlcs Edw ' ard Bat cma irry, with whom= Lvnn Smo .,horman, James White and son, Ivan, who accompanied them to Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. R. C, Farr have as their guests Lt. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr and son, Gary. Lt. Farr sradunted Saturday from the Associate Company Officers Corps at Fort Lee, Va. He will rrliirn to j Fort Lee to command an ROTC j Company until his discharge in i July. S Mrs. P. H. Austin was admitted 1 to the Bnptlst Hospital in Memphis.] ^ Sunday afternoon, where she nndrr- ' went surgery Monday morning. She is stated to be resting well and is In room 255. Mrs. W. R. Bauchman has returned from Tacoma. Wash., where she visited her son. Cpl. Robert BauRbman. who is stationed there in the Army. Frank Ban eh man of Mar ana. Women of Trinity Conduct Meetings Mrs. Lnora Swafford was hostess yesterday to 0 members of Circle One of the Trinity Baptist Church. Mrs. Billy Won ten opened the meetinc with prayer and also taught Ariz., is vlsitins here with rrliiti\ r e.s of Judy Edward _ Akin. William Frederic Boyett. Had- \ Little Rock will nrrive today to be j ley Hays, Jr.. John Jaspers, Carolyn] OIP cueM*; of Mr. and Mrs- F. W. ! anci friends for several day?. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Painter Stivers nnd Virpinia Ann Robins Child]'en havin.p attrndnnrc for the second semester are Ann Marr. Marrile Taylor. Jerry Polsirrove, Michael Kay Yates and Martha Jo Brogdon, Whirnrr for several days, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ja?2cri= children. Linda and Jimmy, the closine prayer. The hostess served refreshments in the pncial hnnr which followed. Members of Circle 'LVo met in the home of Mrs. Gunter Murff for a basinets and proeram meetine. Mrs. John Nelson said the opening prayer. In a business meeting, which was conducted preceding the lesson. Mrs. Bert Ross presided. Mrs, Crocker was in charsc* of the lesson and Mrs, H. H. Burnett pave the dismissal prayer. Mrs, Murff served party foods and irrd drinks in the informal social hour which followed the meet- in?. Open 5:30 p.m. Show Slarls at Dusk. 2 Shows Every TUES.-WED. Dollar a Cnr! Bring a Cnr Full for a Hollar! CLIFT-TAYLOR «»WINTERS. GEORGE STBENS' APllE IN THE m i Pinraint jfctrrt Also Cnrlonn & Comedy Manila anri Osceola caller! during the afternoon. Armorel Girls Have Program Meeting Luxcra HD Club Meets m Home leave Thursday for points in F!or- idn where they wilS spend a two- wceks vacation alone the coa?t. They plan to visit Mr. and Mrs. A H Wnllacp of Tampa, former residents of Blythevillc. LUXOR A — The TYr:r,e Dr-mnn- j stratinn Club of Luxora held Its! monthly meetine nt the home of Mrs. Walter Wrmrf Thursday. Mrs. W. L. Hannfi presided ovrr A monthly stewardship and bus-j the meetinc in uhieh Mrs. Woods iness meetirig was coii.iiiuted by the 1 pave the devntinnnl. Mrs. E nine members present at a meeting ot the Armorel Baptist Chnrch'5 Youne Women's Miss Maxtne. Ird a pray- to Sue Burnett. Courier New, 1 ;. 375 j fr to open the mretine anri follow- Quincy St.. Chicago 6. Ill ] ed it with a devotional. The pro- Send 25 rents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. 11- shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with economical, time-sav- in? styles. Gift pattern printed in- Fine. 25 cents. ernm "Layinc The Foundation" was presented by Miss Marcie Simmons, Miss Yvonne MrCrmn. Miss Marplr Beard, nnrt Mies Uicl'a Alsxip. Miss Eva Alsup closed the mecL- inc with prayer. the devotinnal. Mrs. E. C Skrpu cave a beauty hint quiz, and the eye opener was presented by j Mr*. Wood- ] Miss Colleen Mr New. acent cave i a drninnstration. 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