The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 30, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAT 8fl, IfM Pat llullins, Society-Editor Phune 4461 • Miss Peggy Chiles To Exchange Vows With Henry Stewart, Jr., Saturday OSCEOLA — Miss Peggy Chiles, daughter of E. S. Chiles nnd t h e late Mrs. Chiles, will be married Saturday afternoon M 2 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church in Osceo- In to Henry Lee Stewart, Jr., or Batesvllla, Ark., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee Stewart, Sr. of Bates vllle. The double ring ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Chalmers Henderson. Miss Chiles will wear a navy linen dress with accents In white and will wear n gardenia corsage. Mrs. Iva Ray Gill will serve as matron of honor. The bride will be given in marriage by her father. The church will be decorated w(Eh tall baskets holding white gladioli, interspersed with baby's breath, Wayne Sims will be best man. Miss Jokne Simmons will siivg "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawn- Ing" and will be accompanied on the organ by John Herring. Miss Chiles is a member of the 1952 gradualinfj class nt Arkansas College and will receive her B.S.E. degree in July. During her years at Arkansas College, she received numerous honors. She was voted "Miss Arkansas College" and the "most popular and friendliest coed" on the campus. She is n member of the SAS sorority, and was sorority president SusL yeat^ She is also a member of the Arkansas College Choir. She will teach In Batesvllle In the elementary In the fall. Mr. Stewart, a graduate of Arkansas College where ho was rated the, "most out-standing athlete in football and baseball" for 1951 and voted most athletic runner-up last year and "Mr. Arkansas College." The couple will reside In Bntes- vllle upon their return from a brief wedding trip to Hot Springs, Mr. Stewart Is associated with Rider Motor Company. 24 Names Appear On Honor Roll A Rroup of 24 names has been compiled by the Promised Land School officials of the students who made honor roll for the entire year. The list includes Mary Moore, Janle Veazey, Jerry Glynn Garner, Raymond Hendrlx, Mary Lynn Ask- ir. Mavarcen Burleson, Dickie Nckcs, Jlmmle Smith, William Earl Simmons, Doris Mulllns, Billy Roberts, . Peggy Veaxey, Linda Kay Moore, Normn Atkinson, Doris Btir- leson, Peggy Bcecham, Patty Dyer, Bobby Moore, Doris Roberts, Margaret Bell, Gladdola Hedge. Jerry Mahan, Dorotha Plunkctt, Eddie Yarbrough. Layette Shower Given in Home A layette shower was given last night In the home of Mrs. Buforrt Flowers at Yarbro for Mrs. Bill Mitchell when 25 presented girts of pink, blue, yellow and white. Mrs. Milton Bunch anrt Mrs. Neeta Bunch were prize in the formal games. The hostess served Ice cream, cake and iced drinks during the evening. Trim With Gay Color Pi D Club Organized At Number Nine A Home Demonstration Club was organized yesterday when Mrs. Gertrude Hollinnn and Bill Mitchell were present and Mr. Mitchell showed a film during the afttrnoon In the home of Mrs. Frank Coates, Officers elected to serve were Mrs. Lloyd French, president; Mrs Harry Mantz. vice president; Mrs Herbert Julian, secretary; Mrs, Raymond Whittle, song leader; Mrs Everett Rhoads, reporter; Mrs. Elmer Lane, garden chairman; Mrs. I'crcey Stovall. poultry chairman; Mrs. Orvill Nortlicull, sewing chairman; Mrs. Gerald Johnson, food chairman; Mrs. N, O. Gray, canning; Mrs. Marvin Hart, child care; Mrs. C. M. Johnson, historian; Mrs. Raymond Whittle, handcrafts; Mrs. Frank Coates, education; Mrs. Jack Mathcny, home management; Mrs. Paul WcKStcr. safety; Mrs. C, L. Hell, licallh; Mrs. C. N. Johnson', liomcKrounds improvement; Mrs. Rhonds, citizenship; and Mrs. Geneva Caldmll. recreation. Chiles Officers Ejected By Progressive Club OSCEOLA—Heading Ihc Osceola [jUeniturc and Poetry Section of Progressive Club for the corning year \viU be Mrs. D. H, Illackwood, chairman; Mrs. C. R, Doyri, vice- chairman; Mrs. V. G. Mann, secretary-treasurer. They were n tuned at a meeting held Tuesday. The World Health Organization, largest of the special agencies of the United Nations, was the subject of the final meeting. Each member gave one concrete achievement of the organization In some country of the world. Mrs. H, H. Jotice, retiring chair- um of the section, used posters and 14 publications of the organlra lion In leading the discussion. Mrs, T. M. Ratton was added as a nn\v PEG Chapter "D" Meets in Home Mrs. William Lawshe was hostess and Mrs. W. I. Denlon was co. hostess Wednesday In the Lawshc home for a meeting of members of Chapter "D" PEO when 15 attended. Mrs. E. 73. Gee was in charge of the business nesslon and Mrs. Monroe Crnln save the PEO record report. "Her Favorite Garden" was the tUIp of Mrs. Gee's talk to the memhers. Following the meeting the hostesses served an old fashioned picnic lunch. They planned a supply parly which will take place In the O".e home on June 17. Calvary Women Have Busicnss Meeting Members of School Cbs.s the Onrcus Sunday of Calvary Baptist Church met last night In the home of Mrs, E. H. McMurray [or the business and social meeting of the month, Mrs. McMurray opened the meeting with prayer and Mrs. Herman May presided over the business session. A devotional, "God chose Us," was given by Mrs. Don Aycock. Mrs. May closed the meeting with a prayer. member, bringing the total in this | Jobe, bridge. Club Eight Guests Of Mrs. Allen Members of Club Elp,ht were entertained hy Mrs. R. C. Allen Wednesday, when Mrs. C. I,. McWaters won first place In bridge scores. Other winners were Mrs. Jesse While, second place, nml Mrs. Paul department to 30. Mrs. O. W. Knight »nd Mrs. C. E. Lloyd were presented glfta for having a perfect attendance record for the year. Three other members. Mrs. O, B. Segraves, Mrs. Earl Wright and Mrs. Ruth Swansey, missed only one meeting. Hostesses were Mrs, G. B. Segraves, Mrs. F. O. Gwyn and Mrs. E. A. Teaford. Mrs. Johnson Is Hostess To Club Mrs. Elbert Johnson entertained members of High Two Bridge Club nt her home on Hearn Wednesday afternoon for dessi-rt and bridge. Guests for the afternoon were Mrs, Mary Clay Crawford, JISss Prances Bowan, Mrs. R. E. Green, and Mrs. Keinper Bruton. A miniature bouquet of roses placed in antique cup and snucer centered each of the .small tables. Mixed flowers were throughout the other parts of the bouse. Mrs. Bruton wcvs winner of first place and second went to Mrs, :rawford. Mrs. Forrest Moore won the traveling prize. Calvary Baptist Bible School Ends Those who attended Vacation Bible School, conducted by the Calvary Baptist Church will hold their commencement tonight at the church at 7.«0 for the public, nn't win display their handwork anrt other works they have accomplished this past week. According to Mrs. Vernon Boyd principal of the Bible school, there lias been a greater Interest, this year than any year prior to this time. Only 155 enrolled Monday, but the attendance reached a pea ol 205 children, who will participate in commencement. Mrs. Robert Wade has been chars? of character slorles. Gnests for the occasion were Mrs. MtWnlcrs and Mrs. J. Ij. King. Roses were used In Mrs. Allen's fiornl decoration. During (he afternoon's entertainment, the hostess served party oods and iced drinks. Half Moon News John Hannon visited !n the of Mrs. Kal* Hunch of Biythevlllc on Wednesday. Mrs. Gurilon FIo'Anrd, Mr. am Bits ot News 11'lost (if l^erio Mr-:, nilcy Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, Pleas Yarbro will be in Little Rock for the week end to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Powell and family. Former Btytheville residents, Mr. Powell was associated with Railway press Agency, Miss Sue Frances Prevost, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Thompson and daughter, Nancy are in Memphis today. Miss Charley Ruth Hlankenshlp left today for Annapolis Military Academy for June Week to be the guest of Midshipman Blwyn Catd- well. She WHS accompanied b> Miss Margie Koehler, of Tunica Miss., Mls.s Doris Walker of Marked Tree, nnd Miss Helen Robertson of Lceland, Miss., who will be the guests of other Midshipmen. Mrs. M. A. Middlelon left totlay for a month's vacation in Cocoa Fla. She will be Joined by her hus, band at Dnytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Halsel! announce the blnh of their sccom Odc<ne Wat.son spent the week end in Kv«. Tenn., and Knob Hill. Tejin., vLsitlg relatives of the Wat- child, a daughter at the Baptisl Hospital in Memphis, today. They have one other daughter. Mrs. Edna Graves of St. Loui is the guest o[ Mrs. Lillian Franks son family. Ml , s _, M Walls, Mr ,. Ijl!Urll] Jo Ann Richardson, anrPFrnnk nnd M!;;s Em:ulel Swcaren- othcr members of the senior class] gen will leave tomorrow tor Coot Dell School spent tlie past v.cek I lumliia Military Academy for Ihc B raduation of Joe Wails, Miss will leave tomorrow morning for Fayotteville, where they will be Joined by Mr. Mason's son, Cary Mason, who will accompany them here for a week's visit with his parents before returning Juno 9 to the University for the summer session. Mrs. John W. Blythe Is undergoing treatment at Blythevllle Hospital. Her condition Is reported to be Improved. Arriving from Helena for the at Kuckmvay Beach, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Oarrigrm visited in Union City. Tenn., Sunday with Mr. 'Garrlgan's mother. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Buck went to Poplar Bluff, Mo.. Sunday to visit Mr. Buck's mother. Mrs. John Buck, and Sam Buck. Swearenficn also attend the dance Monday night with Cadet Walls. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter, Beth, have as their guests, Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs, O. N. Hawkins, for- Miss Karline Richardson has re-1 mo T , B| y?hcvllle rcsldcnts^vho new turned home after attending a mi-' ~" " ~ ion meeting In Atlantic City, N. J. She was accompanied by other personnel of Rice Stlx factory. Mrs. Hill Buck of Corpus Chrlstl Tex,, Is here to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mitchell and their housegucsU. Mr. and Mrs. Le- ro.v Mitchell, spent the week end at Reelfoot Lake. Job-Hunting Neerfs Aid from Alumni? NEW YORK fAP)-Unc!e Sam Is forcing college alumni associations Into the Job placement field, says Dr. George H. Estabrooks. Colgate University's placement director. By June. 1053. he says, the functions of the college placement office will be absorbed by the alumni office. At that time large numbers of college graduates will shift from uniform to mufti. The great majority of these men will be seeking their first contact with business. Colleges and universities should set up co-operative alumni placement centers In the Urge cities to which the returning graduate can Dismissed: apply, he says. Some Institutions Mrs. Max Curtis and bnby, city j such as Yale. Cornell and Colgate James Mason, ateele already maintain this.service- as a Mrs. Claude T. Porter, St. Louis.' part of normal nlumnl relations. At the Hospitals Bljlherflle Hn*HUI Dismissed: Onrretl Abbott, City Billy Rny Cox. Osceola. make their home in Morrillon, Ark. Bob Damon, who Is stationed ai Kory Field Naval Base at Pensacola, Fla,, is spending the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Damou. His sister, Mrs. John M. Barnes or Memphis, also is a week end guest. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stokes of Bartlctt, Tex., were the overnight guests last night of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Brannum. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Merritt. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mcrritt ami Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Hockett left last night Birmingham, Ala., where they will be the week end guests ol Mrs. Hqckett's mother, Mrs. Luther Bruner. Allen Berry arrived yesterday nft- ernoon from the University of Mississippi. Oxford, to spend several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry .and his brother. Jerry Berry, before leaving for summer school. E. R. Mason and Jerry Berry week end Is Dr. Frank Luckett. He Is coming for the Shrine ceremony and will visit his mother. Mrs. J. A. Luckett, and his sister. Miss Neal Luckett, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rogers will leave tomorrow for Oxford to attend the graduation of their daughter, Miss Billy Jane Rogers, • from the University of Mississippi. Mrs. P. O. Relchel returned today from a week's visit in Dallas. Mrs. T. A. Folger left yesterday for St. Louis to be the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Noelker. Rilcy Adams,.who resides on East Kentucky Street, was taken to the Baptist Hospital In Memphis last Monday night, where his condition is said to be "still serious but slightly Improved." He Is In room 765. ! Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Matthews have had ns their guest their daughter, Mrs. Virginia Pay Gnbbcrt. the former Miss Virginia Kay Fns'ey, of IMmr'nix, Ariz. Mrs. Gabbert arrived here from Chicago where: she attended the funeral of her husband, who was killed In a plane crush near Phoenix several weeks ago. She returned to Phoenix today, where she will Join Miss Norma Orff. They will fly to New York City lor a few days before sailing to Europe for the remainder of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bennett announce the birth of their first child, a boy, at Walls Hospital Wednesday. He has been named Gary Wayne. Mrs. Bennett is the former Miss Joan CalrtwelU daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Caldwell of Gosnell. Marcus Evrard, who was taken to daughters, Pamela and Mrs. Hinci, and Mrs. Martin will leave tomorrow for the graduation exercises which will take place on Tuesday. Mrs. HineK plans to be In Blythc- ville for a week before returning to her home when she will be accompanied by her sister. Pamela Crafton, who will spend a month with her. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Salne ot Tulsa, Okla., left yesterday after spending several days with Mrs, Doris Phillips and children. Airman First Class and Mrs. B. F. Dean left yesterday for San Antonio, Tex., after visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stone nnd Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Dean, for the past two weeks. Mrs. Dean Is the former Miss Doris Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fellhauer returned from Little Rock Wednesday where they attended the graduation of their daughter, Sharon Marie, from Mt. St. Mary's Academy. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. w. Whitner will leave Sunday for Columbia, Tenn., where they will attend the graduation of their son. Will. From Columbia Military Academy. Miss Joyce Gill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Gill of Dell left today for Fort Worth, Tex., for R few days. She will go to El Paso on Monday to meet, Dr. Floy Barnard clean of women at Baptist Seminars at Fort Worth. Together, they will tour in Central and South America They will visit Baptist Missionaries in Mexico, Guatamala. Costa Rica, Panama Canal Zone, Columbia, Catch A Man With A Smile A psychology professor advise* girls to (jet happy if they want to win a man's love. According to lh« professor, neither beauty nor brain* nor a combination of both are enough to get a man seriously Interested fn ft girl nnd keep him that way. The big attraction for a man, says the profes- j Jsor, l.s a happy Ruth Mill... ^"an'd' j££ nntured laughter. He couldn't be more right. And what he says is just as true of keeping a man once he is yours aa of attracting him in the first place. H doesn't matter how Justified a woman may feel in wearing a long face, sighing about her lot, or taking a gloomy attitude toward life, it ahvjiys has the same effect «s far as n man Is concerned. It makes him want to get away quick—to get « - ay to more Hght- hetfrted companionship. DON'T TAKK LIFE TOO SKIUOUSI-Y Even if the man Is a gloomy Gua himself, he wants a woman around culty. and president of the WMU ( of Dell. She received her bachelor's degree from the Baptist Seminary at Port Worth. William (Sonny) Braxton Gill will accompany Miss Gill to Waco, where he will enter Raylor University for summer session. Mrs. Ira Scott of Shelbyvllle, Tenn., Is the guest of her brother, E. A. Teaford. and family in Osceola. Mrs. Scott lived in Osceola from 1000 to 1005. Mnrgo and Mary Lou Thorning "improving but cnn't yet have company," according to Mrs. Evrard. Mi's. Tom Martin of Dell, who has visited six .weeks with her daughter and son-in-law, Commander and Mrs. John Loy. Bishop of Annapolis, . " AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY SKIRTS AHOW TECHNICOLOR Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel Charlye J. Harclin Honorec At Party Mrs. C. S. Karflln was hostesf to her daughter Charlye Jean Urmiin. with a birthday pnrty on WT 10!h birthday at their home on Missouri with 15 children attending. In games played by the group, Pnt Wlllingham, Paula Holland and Robbie Burton won prizes. Birthday cake and ice cream were served to tiie children, anrt favors were small baskets ot candy. Mrs. H. O. Burton anrt Mrs. Mike Parks assisted the hostess. RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Morris Mr. & Mrs. W. B. .losl & Family re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30e At All Times hcme on Carson Lake. Prof. James E. Herring of the Foreign Language Department of Mississippi College, Clinton, Miss., has been notified that the French government has awarded him a So if the most Important thing In life to you Is attracting a man's in^ i terest or holding his love, your biggest asset is .a happy disposition and a pny light-hearted, attitude toward life. Take life and Its problems too seriously, brocl over them and let thorn get you down and you ar'd< making a big mistake. Take life easily, be quick to see the humor In a situation, keep smiling when the going gels rough and you'll have what It takes to ,~ • put a man at case and make him happy In your company. And remember, no matter how unjust It rnny seem, that a man may bring you all of his problems, but if you start unloadings yours on him he'll wnnt to get a'.vay. returned yesterday. She was ac-1 med .,) for his achievements in the companied home by her 'grand I study of French at Tulane Univer- daughter. Mrs. G. A. Hines. Jr., of s ity. He is Virginia Beach, Va.. the former Miss Mary Sue Crafton. She came especially for the graduation of her brother. Rupert Martin Cfafton. from Columbia Military Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, anrt brother of the Rev. Percy F. Herring, pastor of First Baptist Church here. Plants have been found to grow faster when the amount of carbon dioxide In the air was Increased. ' U.S. Funds Fight Malaria MANILA (/PI - The Philippines anti-malaria campaign received > shot In the arm this month with the release ot $226,812 In U.S. aid funds. Spraying units prepared tor field trips into the malaria-Infested provinces of the Southern Philippines. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Charles LAUGHTON L Ella RAINES * BUN urns StMkj t Mg« SATURDAY ONLY ! Double Feature! Bold ai Robin Hoodl Doling ai Don Juanl rxx. 8470 3.12 By Sue Bunielt An ndorablo little play srt for the miss of thn'c to twelve with three pifcrs she can mix or match as she likes. Cool as a breeze, and colorfully trim inert wiih bold ric rac. Pattern No. 8470 is a jew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 3. 4. 6. 8. 10. 12 years. Size 4. shirt and top. 2\ yards at 33-inch; shorts, s , yard. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name .address, size I desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Quincy St, Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled with Ideas to make your clothes budget go further—time-saving and economical deMsns that are easy to j »ew. Gift pattern printed Inside. 2o ! cents. 1 Coming Events Friday Mrs. Everett pctcison Is hostess at 1:30 p.m. to La Finncse. Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has program bnstnrjw meeting at the church at 2.30. Hostesses are Mrs. E. Moslcy, Mrs. O. M. Gilmer and Mrs. John Smothcrman. Mrs. James Cecil Lowe presents her students in an annual music recital at (he High School auditorium at 7 45 p.m. ITs Aspirin AI [is B«t... rtflC fors P" APPROVE Serial: King oT the Cnnp;o nnd Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY When Frisco was a brawling, sprawling SIMCT HUXMf8 iiiiin linn rimiii nni „„ ^.„11 i;ii:nn „„ „, ^ „ „_,._,„ ftlS) •~.,HNIItulU. .««*,. mill Klt'll iHGtUIT.WSUirea . nsui-iirUMMlJ MS. NT Paramount News. Cartoon & Sport Reel RITZ GUESTS Jlr. & Mrs. Martin F. Cutting Dr. & Mrs. J. I,. Tiehvell —PLUS— "BORDER PATROL" with Hopalong Cassidj' Radar Man Serial Also Cartoon Sl'N.-MOX. Double Feature CA8XY #O/H£ RICHARD BAStliART | GENE EVANS • MICHAEL O'SHEAJl — PLUS Also Mclro News I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I alwayt read them! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. Ail classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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