The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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FOUR BLYTHEVILLJ5 (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, MAT 28, 195J Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4<1G1 Elizabeth Moss Will Become June Bride Mr. B nr! Mrs. Wiltin m Robert Mr>j=.s nj Franklin, 1>nn., announce the encrxfcemenl nf their daughter, I Miss Mary Elizabeth Moss, of | Blylhoviilo, to Robert Eiij^nr Rim West, Point, Miss,. Ho Is Irm son ' if Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rice cf I .onoke. MK"» Mo. e ,s w;u* graduated from, FnrkUn Hiuh School ami received; i IJachelor of Rcic-ncr decree in lomc Economics, from Cieorse Poa- incly Cnlh'cf in Na.slivillr-, whom she •vn.s a member of Beta Knppn Tan orority. Knppn OP!U PI Fratoml- nnd the Home Econnmks Club. 7 or the past tv:o years, she has x?cn omployoc! as home economist or Mississippi County Electric Cooperative. Mr. Rice Is a graduate of I>onokc Hicb School and r (reived a Rich- f,\ot ol Science decree from [Jni- \cr ity of Arkansas Collree of Agriculture, where he \vn.s president o[ the Alpha Gnmma Rho. During World War n. he served with the V, S. Navy, He is now store niauaqrr of Farm Soeri and Milling Company In West Point. Tho u'Oddinjjr wHJ be solemniz<?fJ at the Mothocilst Church In Franklin, Tcnn., June 29. Mr. and Mrs. George Dean Pollock, III George D. Pollock, III, Claims Little Rock Bride Friday In a ceremony of qulel. simplicity »nd dignity, Miss Mary Helen Edmondson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Edmondson, of QlllcU, Ark., became the bride ol George Dean Pollock, HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Dean Poilock, Jr., Friday. The double rlnif ceremony was performed by the Rev. Fred Arnold at the Hunter Methodist Church ot Little Rock at 8 o'clock In the evening. Providing tnt selling for tho wedding party were floor baskets' of white gladioli backed with swirls of greenery and tied with billows of whit* slipper satin. Potted palms and branched candelabra holding many burning white cathedrnl tapers, flanked the pulpit. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hawley, attired in choir robes presented a program of nuptial selections. Mrs. Hawley sang "How Do I Love Thee" by Robert Browning. Mr. Huwlcy, •t the organ, presented "Always," "My Rowiry," and other selections Including the traditional marches. Maid of honor and only feminine •ttenrtant, Miss Rosemary Coftelt. WAS gowned in Ice blue net over taffeta of the same shade. Her fitted bodice extended Into a full, ballerina length skirt. Her small hat was of the same taffeta as that In her dress, she carried a nosegay of pink carnations with cascading ribbons tied In French knots. Bride Given by Father Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose for her wedding. U'hUe nylon net gown, which featured a mauldcd bodice with fitted lace Jacket of short' sleeves and round neckline. The skirt, being very full, with several underskirts of billowy nylon and nylon net wa. Mrs. Alvln W. Unssrl Huffman Girl Is Bride of Missouri Man Baptist YWA Guest Of Fidelis Class Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church were guests Monday night of the members of Firleiis Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Alvin Hardy and Mrs. Francis Wood were hostcwes In the Hardy home, where they n members. Mis. C. E. Johnson led the beginning prayer and Miss Lunell Overman, who gave the devotional. Bits of News Hire House and Yard Work Done If Your Husband Sits Down on Job A wife complains In a teller to mo: "My husband has regular work- ins hours which give him plenty Mr. and Mrs..James Mosley announce the birlh of their first n n child, a son, Monday at Walls Hos-i 0 ("(| mc . a( , home, including half of entertained l' !tal - [Ie has been named Clifford i Saturday and all day Sunday. Ray. Mrs. Mosley Is the former Miss i Betty Ann Graves, daughter ul Mr. | ~—~— nnci Mrs. Cecil Graves. Mrs. Marvin Chappell and her was also in charsc o[ the program. I brother, Harvey Stewart., will Bo to taken from the "Window," and was "Missionary Work In Alaska." Mrs. Forest Laboratory Set FREDKRICTON. N. B. I/ft— A new Wood led the clowns prayer. Kefrc-hmenis were served by the Huffman Women Meet at Church tnbf-rs of the Women's Mis- Mrs. W. O. Geurin. Jr.. and dau?h ters. Sfirah and Pat. will arrive to- Union of the Huffman Bap- ! day from Roswell. N. Mex.. for sev list Church mr-t Monday at the! eral (lays here. Mr. and Mr^. Gucr chimOi for n proyran) incenris with! in, Sr. are the parents of Mi Mrs. Rrx Hughes in rhargo of the; Jsmes Terry, and will be the RUI*. l "proaram, "Need for C h r i .s 11 a n J of her family. Mrs. Geurin. Jr. and Memphis tomorrow, to meet Miss i jsoo.OOO forest, biology laboratory Is Alice Oren. who will arrive by plane! being constructed at the University from New York City to be the week \ of New Brunswick to help the fight end guest of Mr. Stewart. 1 agiiinst forest diseases. It is esti- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stevens and ! mated in-'ects and plant disease cost infant son. Gary, of St. Louis will j about. 5 "° million cubic feet of tlm- arvive Friday to visit her sister, her each year in Canarla. Mrs. IJarrc-ll Lunstord and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. O Geurin and It's Wonderfully nn nnkle-lcngth creation. Her veil drlfta of imported French HhiMon cascading Into points over th hand. 1 ;, was caught with a tiny white Juliet cap encircled with miniature white flowers. Topping the prayer book, she carried, were three onre white orchids with /leurs d 'a mour, Kernnl KuUit served Mr. Pollock as, man. Ushers were Willtnm -Robertson Find Ruel Robins, For the rn/irrlagc of her daughter, Mrs. Edmonrison wore a bcic?e 5llJc print drew with which .she wore accessories of natural color. She pinned n purple orchid nt her shoulder. Mr, 1 ?. Pollock was attired In a dress of pink li\ce and white accessories Sondra Lunsford Again Honored CnntlnninR (he pre-iuiptial activities for Mis-s Sondra Ann Lunsford, bride-elect of Denny Byrum, wns a miscellanec'iir, shower Riven Monday nipht In the home of Mrs. J. E. Ijiinsiorrl. Miss Lunsforrt, xvho Is the daughter ol Mr. allri Mrs. J. D. Lunsforrl of Memphis and formerly of Hltyhe- ville. received in a summer yellow print afternoon frock trimmert with black. Her accories were of black patent, and her hostess pinned a corsage of yellow- carnations at her Lt i shoulder. Mr. nnd Mrs. Vnrl SarrHls nf Huffman ft nn 011 net? the mnrnaye of I their daughter, Patsy Verlenr, to i Alvin W. Ru.vell, son of G. A. i Russell of Caruthersvjllc. J The -single rintr ceremony was £ok-mnizf?ri Mond;iy mplit nt the home of the Rev. and Mrs, Darrell Fraud of BlytheviJle, with Ine Rev. Austin Williams, pastor of the Jlufman Church of God, officiating Miss Hetty Barrens, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and only attendant. She chose for her sister's marriage E» dress . of aqua pique touched with white tace trim and white ncce.sKortes. The bride a ivnite pure silk printed afternoon frock with, street cngth skirt. Her accessories were I Homes". The program opened with group sirrins and the repeating of the WMU watchword. Mrs. R. L. Adkisson pave the devotional, nnd others who took part on the pro- cram were Mrs. Billy Ray. Mrs. Harry Lawson. Mrs. Jack Adkisson. and Mrs. Dudley McDaniel. Mrs. Jan read a letter from a foreiRn missionary .which was followed by prayer and a brief business session. of white and her corsage of multicolored swectpeas. The couple will be at home in Blytheville when they return from ir»'m"Lawsh'eTlth""Mrs. their Missouri wcddlnst trip. co-hostess Out-of-town guests inducted Mr. ton C Thursday Coming Events Wednesday Mrs, Elbert Johnson Is hostess to Hish Two Bridge Club. Mi MS LAiella Barnes is hostess to Chapter "D" of PEO hns a 1 p.m. luncheon in the home of Mrs, Wil- W. I. Den- complemented A purple The evening wns spent In infor- mnl entertainment with Mrs. Dar- rcll Lunsford, and Mrs. Fletcher King In charge of the games. The refreshment table wns overlaid with white damask and centered with red and white car nations. Assorted parly foods \vere served. throat orchid wns presented to her.) Recrptlnn Is Held Following the wedding, Miss Rosemary Coficlt, WAS hostess for a reception for members of the wedding party, families and guests, in the entertaining hnll of the church. Centering the bride's table was a three-tiered cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom standing under an arch which wns centered with a weddinp hell of white. Flanking each end of the tnble were low crystal bowls, filled with white snapdragons and puffs rf white niRlin. Atop the ]ace laid tnble was niso a crystal punch bowl. Assisting In the reception were Mrs. Ann Butler, Ml5.s Barbara Ho- dlne and Miss Mildred Long all of Little Rock. Out oi town sueM.s included Miss Tmogene Eichler, Miss Joyce McClanahon, Miss Doris Holzliarrer, At the Hospitals Illyllicvllta Hospital D!?mt5srd: Nfincy Holly. Holland Mrs. Uly Hnrshman. Tomato Walls Dismissed-: Mrs. panFlDavls and baby, City Mrs. Harold- Thompson. Jr., City Mrs. Gcrnld Knrshman. City Patsy Ruth Bennett, Luxora and Mrs. Calvin Russell, of Ca- ruthersvillc, and Mrs. Grace llarrt- in of Blythevllle, sister of the groom, Mrs. CaudiN Hostess at Club Mrs. Gnrrnrd CumUll was hostess yesterday to Tri-Town bridge Club members and eight guests at the country club for R dessert bridge. Guests included Mrs. Harry A. Haines, Mrs. John Cnuriill, Mrs. Mavis Settlcmlre and Mrs. Russell „„ ..... ___ ______ „ H. Fart of Blytheville, Mrs. Jack j 3.30. Hostesses are Mrs. E. Mosley Hutchison. Mrs. Richard Murphy Pot luck supper at 7 p.m. for Ma sons nnd their families at the Ma sonic Temple. Mrs. Clarence Webb entertains members of La Nueve. Ms. Leon Sberer is'hostess to members of Thursday Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays its weekly games. Club Eight members guests Mrs. R. C. Allen. Friday Mrs. Everett Peterson la hostess at 1:30 p.m. to La Finnese. Ladies Bible Claps of the First Methodist Church has program business meeting at the church nt j daughters will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wright. Mrs. Eugene Evans has been taX en to the Baptist Hospital in Memphis ivhorc she is in Room ,=>33 and will undergo surgery Friday. Mr. Evans Is now with her. Her sister, Mrs. Jimmy Lunsford and her daughter, Joyce will po Friday to be with her. Capt. Robert N. Johnson of Fort Hood, Tex., left this morning for, New Brunswick, N. J. for his over- i seas assignment in Bremnhavcn, Germany. While here, he \vas the quest of his parent, 1 ?, Dr .and Mr R. L. Johnson for a few days, Mrs. George Hubbnrd, Jr. and sons. Rusty and Bill, are spending this week in Scnatobia, Miss., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sheridan, Mrs. Robert A. Warren and son, Bobby, left yesterday for Corinth, Miss., to be the guests of her parents. Mr. nnri Mrs. J, N. McCarter, Joan Hickmon left Sunday for her home in Brinkley after spending several months here with her cousin, Mrs. Cecil Graves. While here, she attended school at Gosnell as a member of the freshman class, Billy Crafton, son of Mr, and Mrs. W. L. Crafton. left Sunday morning for Little Rock for induction into the Navy. Mr. CraCton who has been a student at Arkansas State College, Jorrcsboro, for the past semester, left Little Rock yesterday morning for San Diego Calif., where he will undergo recruit training for 11 weeks. Mrs. Kate Turck of Utica, N. Y. is spending several days in Blytheville visiting friends. She is a former resident, *'Yet he doesn't do anything to xcep our house " and yard in shape. "Little repairs iround the house that he could make i n a few minutes go un- ione for months. The yai' which :ould b' beautiful, always looks Ruth" Milieu • u *«J e k p a[ter im to do these things, then I am nagging.' What would you suggest do?" You might try finding out how inch a carpenter would charge for oming out and making all the small epatrs that need to be made. Then lell yonr husband pleasantly hat you can get the repairs made such-and-such a price. If he ells you to go ahead—then you'll have what you want. DON'T MAKE AN ISSUE OF IT If, Instead, he thinks the matter over and says, "Why, I can do them myself." ten him you'll help him get he tools together right now. Same with the yard work, Find out what you can get a yard man work Tor by the hour and ask your husband if he wants you to hire one to get the yard in shapa. The thing Is. don't make an issue of your husband doing the work nimself. Maybe he would rather pay :o have it done—and If he would that ought to be all right with you.^ Remember, your main objective Isn't to make your husband, over, but to get some specific jobs done. If you'll keep that In mind you can probably accomplish your objective without nagging and without any unpleasantness. *>• Smnthermnn, and Mrs. Hill ROSS of Cnruthersville and Mrs. Coy Lettner of H«yti. Each individual table was cen- tcrert with pink carnations, 1 LI- li-n* *.L Club prizes were won by Mrs. | Nine Millionth Jack HaLe, first, and Mrs. James J.Jlt. nU.M C&J>C3 B* V I'ii-r. •-•.-•• J • g f Ntrs. o. M. Gilmer and Mrs. John Home Painted Quickly Club Gets Terry, second. Mrs, Tlnlnes won high score for the guests. Mrs. R. \v. Edmondson. and Mrs P. C. Eichlcr, all ot Olllett: Mr. and Mrs. Olen Ladd of Blythovillc: Ray Besnncon of Scott; Mrs. A. L. Le'.k't.s, Altar Society Has Last Meeting The Allsr Society of the Immaculate Conception Cntholic Church grandmother of the groom, of Hoi-j hp]cl tllcir hst meeting of the year) ' '" J .la Monday at the home of ywood. Vn.; and M. L. Lewis otj in Btoxom, Vn. The couple departed for a brief K-edrilnir trip, the hride wcrcrine a pipk linen suit with \vhite acces- ACROBAT BONDED SOLES exclusive in f styles, according to size GUARANTEED FOR 3 MONTHS Here's today's best buy in children's shoes- smart sryies, priced low . ond wilh Acrobat'i exctuswo uaranfeod Bonded Soles. Heat wet-resisiant, tcV.cs all tho scuffing yot;r kiddies wil! give it — and Ins.'s until fhe shoe is o'j f g f c^vn. RoT.cmber, every pair of Acrobats has iKc ^o'os guarardeed lor 3 n.o-nins' wear,.. and the orchids from ririal bouquet. They are at home at 915 McGonn in Little Rock. J- McKinnon. Guests Included Mrs. Robbi Hushes aurt Mrs. Margarets Deters. The meeting was a surprise lay- . NEW YORK l>n — Nancy Lee Bliss, B, sixth grade pupil at Bedford Hills. N, Y., !s the nine millionth member of an Audnbon Junior club in this country. These clubs, first formed In 1910. now number 10,000 and are formed in all grades from kindergarten through high school. Since they were started, nearly all birds in the United States have come under the protection of state or federal laws. CARMI. 111. UP) —Without charge. Carrni AFL- painters climaxed a city By Sue Burnett Just about the prettiest summer' dress you'll find—and it's so simple to sew, for either beginner or expert. Why not make up several In brightly colored fabrics to round out the warm weather .season. Pattern No. 8834 is a sew-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12, U, 16. IS, 20. Size 12. 4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NTJMBB1R to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6, 111. cleanup campaign by painting a Send 25 cenus today for your cops- home in 30 minutes. The one-story, I of Basic FASHION '52. It shows you five-room frame house belongs to j how to make your wardrobe do dou- Mrs. Dora HilJyard. a '.vidoiv who < ble duty with economical, time-sav- had been bedfast lor more than a ing styles. Gift pattern printed In- year. side. 25 cents. Free Picture Oi Your Catch Just bring your siring of flsh to our store and we'll take a picture Cor you any time until 9:00 P.M. No charge nt all. Good luck to you on your fish inf. . Barney's Drug CAMERA HEADQUARTERS ZM« W. Main Phone 3S47 her | cite shower for Mrs. Paul Hughes. The hostess served her guests, punch and individual cakfts, follow- in? the opening of gifts. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY Plus Shnrts: "Expert on Cowboys' and Marines" Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Krcd K;mi;lil & Family Mr. & Mrs. I'. C. Hotlintrk & Family Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c S: 30c At All Times \VKD.-THURS. Pal Nites • 2 Hits 2 Aclmillori for Price of I ;: v • j n L i FUN *^H ;W>>1 pSpfe;^ You're Invited to ENTER YOUR CHILD in the THURSDAY & FRIDAY ' .'Cr. M-G-Ms STAR-SPANGLED ' ;X » ECHNiCOLOR MUSICAL OR NEW SHOES FREE KELLEY'S Your Friendly Shoe Store 219'West Main — In Blvlhevillc <%! 10v ESTHER WILLIAM. WNS-YIVIMIBUINE A JACK WM. VOTION Product/on —1'I.US— I'arnmnunl News, Cartoon & Novelty Hrol JOHN HOWARD j^STOi ! AUK HAU RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Morris Mr. & Mrs. W. K. .lost & Family !'«< GEORGE SAKDE8S i*.. Also Cartoon Whether your child is a girl or hoy vp welcome you to lake part in this hii; event. As you probably know, a cup will he awarded to the girl, (Junior .Miss BlylhcviUe) and (o the hoy Uayree President, 1!)7S). Each child onterod must he at least 3 years old, and not have reached his 6th birth- Blytheville Beauty Pageant day by June 15th. To answer any questions you might have, please call Mrs. Bill Horlge . , . phone 3n!)5 , , , or come (o 70fl NE Parkway^ You're urged to make your plans now —(he contest will be held June Ifilh and 17th. MISS BLYTHEVILLE CONTEST Girls are invileil fo enter the "Miss Blytheville" contest now .. . the contest to he .Itinc 17th. Information and entry blarAs may he scctirrd from Mrs. E. W. Normon, 721 Adams . . . phone 4fi!11. The age rcrttiircmcnls are as follows: you n\us( reach your ISth birthday by September 1st., and not be over 2S hv the same date. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority in Charge cf Entries Blytheville Jr. Chamber cf Commerce

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