The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 12, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1998 Soci&U New* P»t Mullim, Society Editor / PhoD* 4461 Johnny E. Wilson Claims Hand Of Miss Price of California Now spending a month's wedding trip in Blytheville are Mr. «nd Mrs. Johnny E. Wilson, who exchanged marriage vows June 6 at the First Methodist Church in San Diego, Cailf. Mr. Wilson is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer E. Wilson of Blytheville. The former. Miss Patty Dale Price of National City. Calif., Mrs. Wilson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Edward Price, also of National City. Dr. S. Swennerton officiated In the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives of the couple. Basket bouquets of white lilies and profuse arrangements of gladioli, interspersed with rows of white cathedral candles against a bank of greenery provided a background for the wedding party. Miss Olive Bostrom and Denn Jones, vocalists, presented a program of nuptial music. Mr. Jones sang "Because," and with Miss Bostrom sang "I Believe," followed by "Ava Maria," a solo by Miss Bostrom. Mr. Jones sang, "The Lord's Prayer." Serving her sister as maid of honor was Miss Terrell Ann Price, and bridesmaids were Miss Emma Taylor and Mrs. Pat Delgle, all of National City. The maid of honor was attired In an ice green shantung taffeta floor length gown, with matching rose point mitts and picture hat of nylon tulle. She carried green tinted carnations on a background of rose satin and net. Bridesmaids wore gowns at rose shantung taffeta made in identical design to that of the maid of honor. They carried rose carnations on a background of ice green satin and net. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a candlelight satin gown In original design and made by her mother. The fitted bodice, which was strapless with nn elon- j gated waistline, and featured a yoke! and long sleeves of chantllly lace,} was enhanced by the full gathered [ skirt which fell into a full cathedral j train. Her veil, drifts of white nylon tulle trimmed with chantilly lace, was held in place by a Victorian crown of seed pearls and tulle. The same seed pearl motif was used on the bodice of the sown. Mrs. Wilson carried bouquet of gladioli and ivy with lilies of the valley. Serving Mr. Wilson as best man was Donald C, Buck and ushers were Nathan Wade of Blytheville, who is stationed at San Diego, and Harry Krouse of San Diego. Mrs. Price chose for her daughter's marriage a cocktail length gown of gold mache with matching stole. Her hat and gloves \vere of orchid tulle, and she pinned a purple orchid at her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Buck were bost and hostess for a reception at their home in Encanto, Calif., following the ceremony. Mrs. Buck is a sister of the bride. Adorning the bride's table was five-tiered wedding cake on a re- Bits of News Petty volving holder. Wedding music was heard from a oconcealcd music box In the cake. Assisting at the table were Mrs. Harry Krauss and Mrs. Patty Hubbard. Later in the evening, the couple left for a wedding trip here, the bride wearing a black summer faille two piece dress, with yellow petal hat of net and a yellow orchid pinned at her shouder. They plan to return to San Diego, where the groom is attached to a Navy underwater demolition team. They will reside in San Diego for two years, after which they will enroll in a university, Officer 3/c Nelson Dean ho is stationed aboard the Sencral Mitchell at San Francisco, has arrived in Blytheville for a 28-day leave with his wife, daughter and parents. U. S. Branson left yesterday by plane for Seattle, Wash,, where he •asc-Hle t win attend, as a delegate, the Na/"with ! t'onal Council of Architectural Reg iteration Board and the convention of American Institute of Architects. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Davis and son, Bran, of El Centro, Calif., have arrived to be the guests of Mrs. Glair Davis and Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Other guests of the Bransons are Mrs. C. R. Branson and two children of Hobbs, N. M., who are also visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tucker, and Mrs. Tom M. O'Hearn of Hannibal, Mo. Mrs. W. H. Ewart of Kosclusko, Miss., is to arrive today for a visit with her mother, Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Heard and three children of Newport are to UDC Luncheon Is Given Here Mrs. R. A. Berryman, Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Mrs. S. E. Webb and Mrs. G. O. Poctz •were hostesses to members of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy at the Rustic Inn yesterday with a 12:30 luncheon. The "T" shaped table was adorned with three bowls filled with red and white summer blossoms, carrying out the chapter colors. Mrs. W. D. Cobb conducted n business session and reported that she had placed In the library for the chapter, a book ori Robert E. Lee. She read several articles on the confederate battle lag and songs from the Civil War, which are sung now by people in the North as well as the South. Mrs. Henderson Hall, who was speaker of the afternoon, chose as her subject, "Jefferson Davis." Senior Recital Is Presented Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe presented her student, Lorctta Earls of Steele, In her senior recital last night at Steele High School auditorium, with Ronald Wagster of Cootcr assisting her. Inclnuded in her program were numbers by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Debussy and Rachmaninoff. Ushers for the occasion wpre Mary Ann Haggard, Mike Sites, Margaret McCann and Dalma Reid. Picnic Is Given At Walker Park Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Harris entertained with a wiener roast Wednesday evening for Patsy Derrick Fidelas Class Meets in Home Members of the Fidelas Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Fred BOyctt, Sr., with three guests Including Mrs. L. C. Rolllson, Mrs. Thclma Johnson and Mrs. Lloyd Rector. Mrs. E. T. Hubbard gave the devotional and prayer, after which Mrs. Alvln Hardy presided during the business session. Mrs. C. E. Johnson, teacher, presented plans for re-organization of the class. During the social period, the hostess served assorted party foods and iced drinks. Swectpeas nnd larkspur filled smalt crystal vases, which adorned tables. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Loy Shaltlcy, City Mrs. James White. Konnctt W. H. Payne, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Mlnyard. Dell Mrs. Ruby Ketiugev. City Mrs. Henry Hall, City Mrs. Jim Parks and baby. City Miss Clara Bell Kinton ,City Johnny Gates, City Mrs. Pearl Pitts, Luxora Mrs. M. E. Campbell and baby, Lepanto of Little Rock, who was n guest of their daughter, Delorcs Harris, for •several days. Twelve guests attended the affair which was given at Walker Park. Games were conducted during the evening with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Garrison assisting in the entertaining. Patsy left today for her home. Traditional Symbol Of Faith and Love (Fathers Day June 21) One of the highest forms of American sentiment is our traditional custom of creeling a monument of Rninitc or marble to our loved ones who have left this life. Those of Jno. C. McHaney & Sons will expertly assist you In enshrininp the memory of those uho have passed on . . a true symbol of your love and devotion. You are personally invited to visit Jno. C. McIIaney and Sons at any time. In this way you may observe the work of highly skilled craftsmen whose business It Is to provide a source of Inspiration for the living. They're personal supervision of every detail have made McHancy monuments a tradition In the Midsouth for 33 years. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON 33 Years in Blytheville Jno. C. McHaney &Sons "Your Monument Men" arrive Sunday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Mrs. Clarence Webb and daughter, Donna, left today for Leesville, txi Join Capt. Webb, who Is stationed at Camp Polk. La. They were accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Lloyd Wise, who will remain for several days. Mrs. -Jeff Hester left for Jackson. Miss., to attend the 14th annual Department Encampment of the Ladies Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars. She is department musician and Is a past department president. Dan Atkins left Wednesday for Little Rock, where he will be employed this summer by the Arkansas Baptist Sunday School Board. He Is a student at Ounchita College. Frankie Walker returned to her home in Mayfleld, Ky.. yesterday nft« spending several days as the guest of her cousins. Gena and Bertha Gaines. She was motored to Mayfield. Ky,, by Mr. and Mrs. Roland Howard, who will remain for several days. William Patrick Richardson of Deering, Mo., and John Daniel Wnde of Blytheville received master of arts degrees last Friday at George Peabody College, Nashville, Tenn. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Turley | of Pine Bluff announce the birth ! of their first child, a daughter, j June 6. She has been named Nona j Gay, The Turleys are former residents and Mrs. Turley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ball of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Tim E s t e s and daughter, Nancy, have r e t u r ne d I from a week's vacation In Jackson- I ville Bench and St. Augustine, Fla. | Mrs. W. H. Tanner has returned from Chapel Hill. N. C., to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Malinn. Mr. and Mrs. Dick J. White have as their guests Mrs. White's piircnis, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Daggctt of Mar- Dogwood HD Club Conducts Meeting Ten members of the Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met at the club Wednesday. Following group singing, a devotional was given by Mrs. Jim Lutes. Boll call was answered with "What I Need to Work On for Self Improvement." Mrs. Ben Craig received the door prize. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lutes, hostess. Duplicate Leagne Conducts Meeting Members of the BltyheviUe Duplicate Bridge League met for a monthly masterpolnt game at Hotel Noble last night, when a five- table movement was conducted Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin won first place, with second going to Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. T. J. Barnes, and third to Mrs. C. C. Councllle and George Anderson. Fourth place went to Mrs. Ruth Edwards and John Thompson. TLE Bridge Club Is Entertained Mrs. J. P. Scrape was hostess to members of the TLE Bridge Club at the Razorback Drive Inn last night for the weekly dessert bridge. The hostess took high score, with second going to Mrs. Jerry Scrape and brldgo to Mrs. Dick Watson. There Are No Perfect Mates' Told to Wife Her first marriage ended In di- r orce and she has been married for only a short time to her second husband. In that short time she has already found that he isn't perfect, either. The faults she lists seem minor but she ends her letter: "I've just about given up. Sometimes I feel like walking out and never coming back. I Both Millets don't know what to do. Please help me." Nobody can help you. You are go- iana. Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway, accompanied by Mrs. Godfrey White, left this afternoon for Rochester. Minn., and Mayo Brothers Clinic for observation. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Smith and daughter, Linda, have returned home after spending several days in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. Vance Alexander and Russell Phillips, Jr., have returned from several days in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hodge will spend the week end in Memphis as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brook Varner and on Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Hodge will leave by plane for Cincinnati, O., to be the guest of her mother! Mrs. Rose Hoffman, for several weeks. She is to be accompanied back by her sister, Miss Eleanor Hoffman, who will remain several weeks. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK TECHNICOLOR CORNK CKAIITON OOROTMT ,-«-isi-uii CIOHA H ,|, nniM-inf Minn MKI! «. fcrcliJ H (1CU MIIIE NOW SHOWING! FRIDAY SATURDAY EXTRA! Cartoon Miss Christine Johnson left recently for Lawton, Okla., where she will spend the summer with relatives. Miss Wade McHenry, who recently arrived home from Southwestern, Memphis, will leave next week for Wiley, Oa., where she will be a counselor at Dixie Camp for Girls for the summer. W. J. Layne is a patient in Memphis Baptist Hospital, where he was taken Monday . Mrs. C. M. PUgrcen of Calhoun City, Miss., and Mrs, Joan Langston of Philadelphia, Miss., were recent visitors in the home of R. C. Langston and family- Miss Jane McLendon of Washington, D. C., is spending a week vacation with her parents here and in Victoria. Mrs. C. B; Wood, Sr., Mrs. S. B. Terry and Mrs. R. T. Ballew left this week for several days at the Wood cabin on Horseshoe Lake. The Rev. H. L. Robison, and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rozelle are in Fayetteville this week attending the Methodist District Conference. Miss Emma Lee Kennamer left recently for her home in Conway for the summer months. Miss Jean Warren left Monday for Memphis where she entered" Office Training School for a nine month term. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen left Thursday for a week's visit with relatives in Lake Village, Ark. Miss Wade Smith is visiting her mother in Memphis. Miss Gretchen Barnes left last wek for the summer months with ner parents In Relnze, Miss. Ralph Williamson has returned home from a* Memphis hospital where he was a patient for several days, Mrs. Sue Brown and Miss Margaret Moffltt attended the Me- Laughlin dance recital at Memphis' Ellis Auditorium Thursday night. ing to have to help yourself! You are going to have to grow up. You have traded one imperfect husband for another imperfect husband and it hasn't yet dawned on you that if you keep on trading you'll always end up with the same thing, a husband with faults. There aren't any perfect bus- bands. It's high time you accepted that fact of life and decided how to make the best of the husband you have. You aren't going to change him much and you won't be happy try- in? to. But you can change yourself. Instead of thinking about his faults ail the time .start thinking about his good qualities. The ones you married him for. And instead of expecting him to make you happy, wake up to the fact that your responsible for your own happiness. Instead of entertaining the idea of walking out. tell yourself firmly that vou are through with running a\\ay. That from now on you are going to work out your problems instead of just, giving up. "Giving up." What ugly, spineless words those are. Replace them in your mind with "working out." You don't have to "give up" in the OSCEOLA NEWS By Betlyt Nelle Stan- Mr, and Mrs. Steve Bowkes are home after spending several days In St. Louis. Afton Cox is confined at home with measles. Tinka Teaford of Ft. Smith is visiting her father, Edward Teaford, and Mrs. Teaford. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Manire of Hot Springs are spending several days in Osceola as guests of Mrs. Emma Moore and Mrs. Pauline Haydcn. Mrs. Lillian Welborh Is ill at her home. Mrs. Frank Sanders is recuperating after undergoing surgery at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Louie Gwaltney of Las Cruses, New Mex.. arrived Monday to visit relatives and friends and to return Mrs. Gwaltney home who has been Half Moon News Mr and Mrs. Joe Baker of Wichita. Kans.. are visiting their brother. Mr. Girdon Howard, and Mrs. Howard this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck spent the week, end in poplar Bluff, Mo., with Mr. Buck's mother, Mrs. John Buck, and Sam Buck. Mrs. S. C. Coleman of Memphis, Tenn who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Willie Richardson, and Mr. Richardson, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pinter ana family spent Sunday with Mrs. Pinter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins. Sam O'Neal and family of Rockford, 111., are spending their vacation here visiting friends and relatives. Seaman 1-c Junior Richardson of San Diego. Calif., is spending a 10-day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lcm Richardson, before he reports back to California ft..- duty .June 18. Hugh Williams, who is employed in St. Louis, spent the week end with relatives. He \vas accompanied back by Mrs. Robert Williams and children. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Girdon Howard and a, group of friends spent Sunday at Walcott, Ark. Mrs. John Hannon, Sr.. celebrated her 81st birthday June 6 and several friends and relatives called at irty given in her honor. UDC Tea Planned OSCEOLA—The James Franklin Da vies Chapter. United Daughters of the Confederacy, will have its silver tea Tuesday in Lepanto with Mrs. J. G. Stuckey as hostess. Hours for the tea are 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. T Do not shake the can before using a self-polishing wax. This makes the contents foamy and it will not spread smoothly. face of a problem. You can "work It out" if you will. And with one marriage failure behind you, it is high time you out- gren those words "give up." SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST SHOWING IN BLYTHEVILLE Their first picture in cofor.'Thc tat word in laughe ~ nut nn. mini mi • urn ""> •!"" iinmii . «.. i. tin timiii:~™. i. nn immti •,. musm MKll BSOi EXTRA! 2 CARTOONS Sleep C-O-O-L Tonite! Demand heavy for sensational Exclusive Twin Mefer-Mf*er models Investigate the money-saving advantages of Iht Twin Models that offer amazing Selective Cooling for complete spring to fall comfort. One Meter-Miser operates in moderate weather lo provide cooling and dehumidify ing al lowest cost. Two Meter-Misers team up In holiest weather lo double cooling power economically. Twin 75 only 394 look of these big early spring extras! 48 > Ventilatt with window* cloitd — no drafts, dutt, dirt and noi&e. ' Ktep homt air fresh and cool during warm rains • when windows art closed. Eliminate humidity in moderate weather when full cooling powtr may notbt necessary. Bi all let for the flrst blast of summer with true air conditioning. «cm •*• HALSELL & WHITE Main & Division FURNITURE CO.Phone 6096 visiting her sister, Mrs. A. W. Bowen and to assist In caring for Mr. Bowen during his recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Chal Henderson were Memphis visitors Monday. John Allan of Ocala, Fla., Is visiting his great grandmother, Mrs. W. B. Flanigan while his mother is caring for her father, John W. Edrington, at the Methodist Hospital In Memphis. Mrs. Nell Kent, Miss Margie Doyle and Miss Julia Mae Morrison are leaving Saturday afternoon for a two week's tour of the west. Included in their trip will be a visit to the Grand Canyon, Denver, Colorado Springs and Santa Pe. In their absence, Mrs. George Doyle will visit a daughter, Mrs. Prank McDonald, and family In Clarksdale, Miss, Trfttn children to wash out tut and huln when finished and htn| up towels and bath mad Coming Events Thursday UDC has 12:30 p.m. luncheon at the Bustle Inn with Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Mrs. S, E. Webb, Mrs. R. A. Berryman as hostess. A business meeting is to follow. Pidells Class of the First Baptist Church has meeting at 7:30 pjn. with Mrs. Fred L. Boyett Sr., at 501 South Lake. Friday Mrs. Clyde Fatten is hostess to members of the Vendredi Bridge Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. Garth Castlio, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs. Jesse M. White are entertaining with a tea at the White home. 401 East Davis, complimenting Miss Mary Lawrence Pea- gin of St. Louis, fiancee of R. C Allen. Suedes and nappy leathers can be protected from the friction of rubbers and galoshes by wearing heelless socks over the shoes. LITTLE LIZ— If you eliminated OK from some people's vocabulary, they couldn't carry on a conversation. e«u» ,re AIR CONDITIONED Bpx Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At AH Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature ftTHI CUE WiHUtOlfffi .IKMMKOStK* KMTIUTQI Serial: Gang Busters Cartoon: Fit to be Tied SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature ALSO METRO NEWS AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:1(1 a.m. anil 4 p.m. for Kitz & Roxj Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. 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