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May 31, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BI/TTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS New* Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone <U61 Sondra Lunsford, R. Dennis Byrum Wed Yesterday Miss Sondra Ann Lunsford, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Lunsford of Memphis, yesterday became the bride of Richard Dennis Byrum. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Byrum. Performing the 4 p.m. double ring ceremony was the Rev, E. C. Bro\vn In the First Baptist Church. Miss Sue Stonfield and Donald Rice were the only attendants, serving as rnafd of honor anil best man. Miss Stanfield, who pinned a corsage of white far nations at her shoulder, was attired In n pure silk print street length dress with which she wore blnck accessories and a small black hat. Dressed in a Reich original afternoon gown of pink cut work, the bridt pinned a single purple orchid ai, her shoulder. The dress, street length, was fashioned wit]) ft full skirl and fitted bodice with a low round neckline whfch was sprinkled with rhlnestones. Her small hat and other accesorles were white. The couple departed for on undisclosed wedding trip and will later be at home in Blythuville where Mi. Byrum is associated with his father in the implement business. Bridge Club Is Entertained Mrs. M. O. Dsrey entertained members of her club, the MId- Week Bridge Club, Thursday at her The New Yoke Style By Sue Burnett It'i M practical »nd smart as can be—i graceful yoked frook for women with soft, feminine details In the dress top nnd ruffle edging. Collarless Jacket completes an attractive street costume. Pattern No. 87M is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 34. 30, 38. 40, «, 44, 46. 48. Size 38. dress. 2% ynrds of 39-Inch; H yard contrast; Jacket, 1M yards. For this pattern, send Me in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Qulncy St.. Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION' for '62 Is filled •with Ideas to make your clothes budget go further—time-saving and economical designs that are easy to tew. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. Mrs, Garrigan Is Hostess Mrs. C. W. OarrEgEiii entertained members of the Friday contract Bridge Club at her home In HaH Moor, yesterday, when she had two guests, Mrs. Matt Monoghan and her sister. Mr.s. I,elnnd Chatham of Louisville, Ky. Tn the bridge games, Mrs. George Pollock won high prize and Mrs. Monoghan won second high prize, Bridgo wtis won by Mrs, Lloyd WhSUaker. Friday Club Is Entertained Entertaining members of the Friday Bridge Club yesterday was Mrs. Oscar Fendler at her home. She served n dessert, course dur- Inij the afternoon. Arrangements of spring flowers were used throughout the enter- taming rooms. Mrs. Farris McCnlla. and Mrs. fl. A Porter were winners, with Mrs. Porter winning two prizes, second high and brldgo. New Member Added to Club One nc\v member, Mrs. Richard Rope, was ndded to Ln Plnc-ssc Club ycstcrdny nl n meeting at the home of Mrs. Everett Peterson. In the bridge games played in thn ntternoon, Mrs. Mnrvin Nunn. Jr. was hi^h \vinner, Mrs. W. M. Jrnlz. second h!<*h nnd Mrs. J. M. Williams, jr., brldgo. A dessert course was served lo the guests. Coming Events Monday Women's Society of ChrisUnn Service of First Methodist Church ha.i business and program meeting fl* 3 p.m. Wcslcynn Service Gullrt of the First Methodist Church tins' 8 p.m. business and program meeting. Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church has 2 p.m. meeting with Mrs, J. C, Ellis nt Bfirftelri. Mrs. Luther Gray Is co-hostess. Circles One and Two of Women's Missionary Society of Trinits' Baptist Church have ft Joint meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the church.- Business Women's Circles of Trln- v Baptist Church In the home o[ [rs.'ldell Lowe* In Chlcknsnw Courts nt 7:30 p.m. Women's Society of Christian Service of the Ynrbro Methodist Church meet In the home of Mrs. Henry Pollard. Tuesday Country CJub Duplicate Bridge League meets nt the club. Wednesday Mrs. Paul Jobe Is hostess to Club Eight. Wednesday Club members are the guests of Mrs. Baker Wilson Mrs Harold Nunn entertains CIB. Thursday Bemi-Canasta Club meets In the home of Mrs. Lawrence Garner. Members of TLE have meeting with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club meets In the home of Mrs. Leon Davis at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Robert r. Thompson Is entertaining members of La Finesse. Friday Club members guests of Mrs. Jnmes C. Guard. Mrs. C. L. McWaters entertains members of Friday Contract CJub. Recitals Held By Lowe Pupils The annual spring formal recitals of Mrs. J. Cecil Ixwe's piano pupils were held Thursday night and last nlcht In the liiRh sclwol auditorium. At the time ol recitals. Mrs. Ixiwc publicly recognlMs their work for the past year. Those pupils whose memory drills were rated excellent Included Michael Colenian. Terry. Rainwater, Vickie Mitchell. Julie Mitchell, Jerry Lowe, Sylvia Ladd, Karin Cook, Sandra Yntes. Phillip Nation, Jea- ncttc Cobb, Betty Crockes. Peggy Taylor, Gene Swanner, Don Coleman, and Gay Crosslin. Linda Bean, lljie Scott, ijlhel Jean Wyatt. Mary Lou Sanders, Sandra Foster. Molly Jo Benslcy. Mary Beth Mnrr. Jane Bartholomew. Mabel Crook, Ronnie Wagster, Loretta Earls. Jo Alice McOulre, Sandra Moore. LaNeal Suclbury and Solly McCutcllen. Those pupils whose work Is recommended for service to churches' nnd club Include Sally Jo King Jerry Lowe. Kay Mitchell. Jeanette Cobb. Dalma Reid, Sherry Sparks, Jlmmle Lcc Moore, Amy Claire Crook. Peggy Taylor. Jane Bartholomew, Ronnie Wagsler. Loretta Earls, Jo Alice McGuIre and Millie Ann Mnllory. Others included on the recitals were Homer Gene Council, Ora Lynn Wyatt, Sliaron Razer. Mnry Elizabeth Abbott, Steve McGuIre. Mary Alice McWaters, Gene Brook Atkinson, Worth Davis Holder. Jr., Judy Regan. Linda Joy LIndscy.' Mary Jane Seymore. Elizabeth Brls- tcr. Mary Ann Tompkins, Nella Woods. Janice Johnson, Patty Scott, lihonda Eaton. Fred Abbott. Those assisting Mrs. Lowe Included Mrs. Ted King, Mrs. M S Vales, nnd Mrs. J. R. Marr. Pupils served as ushers. TLE Club Meets At Razorback Members of the TLE Bridge Club were entertained Thursday night by Mrs. Bill Lambert, when she was hostess at the Hazorback Drive-In Guests were Mrs. Dick Watson, and Mrs. John Houges of Rapid City. S. D. Winning the prizes were Mrs Herman Turner, first; Mrs. W. D. Cherry, second: nnd Mrs. W. J. Cupplcs, brldgo. A dc-Mert course was served. home with a luncheon. Centering the luncheon table was an arrangement in delicate shades of sweetpcns. In Hie bridge scores. Mrs. W. L. Korner was first, and Mrs. H. H. Hnuchlns was second high. HOMEMAKING Can Be Made EASIER... There's no need for you (o spend beautiful Summer days indoors, scrubbing and ironing heaps of soiled laundry. Let us take over your laundry chores al a surprisingly low cost. We take meticulous care. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 Layette Shower Given in Home The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Crlncr was the scene oC R layette shower Thursday night given In honor of Mrs. Bill Pntton. In decoration of the home. Lilies and red roses .were used. A crystal bowl filled wttrTfSd rose hurts centered the table: (Tom. which refreshments were served. Mrs. Betty Gann nnd Mrs. Bill Banister were prize winners In the games played. Assisting In carrying out the pnr- ty plans were Mrs. Dun Roberts, Mrs. Roy Galnes find Mrs. Gernldine Hawkins. „ Read Courier News Classified Ads SATURDAY, MAY 81, Bits of News W«-4 p. erAonal Mr. and Mrs. Byron R, Morse and family of Little Hock arrived last night to be the guesU of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ilryon Morse. Mrs. Henry Humphreys has gone daughter. Annelln, who has been a student nt Brenau College lor the past year, she was accompanied oy M|SF Connie Parker, Miss jcttye Huffman and Miss Jane Wilson. Mr, and Mrs, George Clark will spend a two week's vacation at Norfork Lake and Roanoke, Va. Mi. and Mrs. Frank Nelson have gone to Columbia, Mo., (o attend th3 commencement exercises at Stephen's College when their (laughter, Janet, will graduate. Miss Maureen Norris will arrive next week to spend the summer will) her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Miss Norris, who has been a student for the past year at Martha Washington Col- Ifge. Fredcricksburg, Va., Is now attending June Week at the United Stater, Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md.. as the guest of Midshipman Louis Long of Port Arthur, Tex., and Is the house guest there of Commander and Mrs. John L. Blrhop. Upon her arrival here, she will be accompanied by Miss Marian Hal' o( Pasadena. Calif., a fellow student at Martha Washington, who will be the houseguest of Miss Norris and her parents for several days Mr. and Mrs, Paul Jones nnd daughter of Memphis will visit her parents. Dr. and Mrs. D. c. McLean. Mr. Jones will return tomorrow, and Mrs, Jones and daughter will remain for several days. Cpl. Gilbert Eisner has returned to Forbes Air Force Base In Topeka, Kan., to resume his duty with the A!': Police after spending his 15-day furlough here with his mother. Mrs Freda Blsher, and his grandmother. Mrs. Mary Baty, and fr'er.da. Airs. A. B. Holland has as her guests, her daughter. Mrs. Frank Sargent. Mr. Sargent and son. Stephan. of Kansas City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Banister and son. Stephen, are spending this week end in St. Louis. The Banister's daughter, Cynthia, Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banister of Lcachvllle. Mr and Mrs. Walter Derrick and children. Patsy and Donald Ray. who reside at 1713 Holly will leave this week end for Little Rock, where they will make their home. Mi. and Mrs. Howard Caldwell are leaving today for a week's vacation in Pontoloc. Bruce. Cuit- pori and Bitosi, Miss. Mrs. Louise Hill, Mrs. H. L. Hunter, Bobby Lee Hill, and Charles Ray Hall will leave tomorrow for a two-weeks vacation to Washington. New York and Roanoke. Va. In Hoanoke, they will visit Mrs. Hill's sister. Mrs. Andrew Murphy. Neal Quell, who is emploeyd>in Hot Springs, is spending the week end here with Mrs, Gesell. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Smythe are in St. Louis Mr and Mrs. Victor Mallory and daughters. Loretta and Millie Ann. are spending the week end in Maiden. Mo. John W. Lahmer, III. of Cincinnati and Airman Apprentice Stanley Hoffman o( Mlllington are spending the holiday week end with Mr. Hoffman's sister. Mrs. Dill Hodge, and Mr. Hodge. Mr. Lahmer is a pressman for the Cincinnati Post. OSCEOLA NEWS By B«ttye N«lle Slarr Bridge Club Me«l» The Wednesday afternoon bridge club met with Mrs. Buddy Watson, Guests playing with the members were Mrs. Guy Bryant, Mrs. Jasper Thomason and Mrs. Bob Gll- Icsple. Arrangement of pink and blue larkspur and magnolias were used for the floral decorations. Mrs. Searcy Mean won high club score and Mrs. Thomason, high guest score. Kiwanlans Meet* Two hundred fifty heard Edmund Harding Tuesday night when he spoke to the Kiwanis Club, their wives and guests. Dan Reid led the group singing of "Dixie." During the dinner hour, piano selections were given by T. W. Hunt and John Herring. I/ouis George, president of the club, introduced Dr. L. D. Massey who had charge of the program. The Rev. Chalmers Henderson gave the Invocation. The speakers table held an arrangement of white gladioli, yellow mums and greenery. Tall wicker baskets of yellow mums decorated the library building for this occasion. The Weslcyan Guild served the dinner. has accepted a position with Humble Oil Company of New Orleans for the summer. Donald played football with Tulane last year, "ife will major In geology next season. Mr. and Mrs. Watson's daughter. Mrs. R. K. Grover, Mr. Grover and children of Wichita. Kan., will arrive Saturday to spend two weeks with their families. Mrs n. C. Langston, Miss Sara Langston and Mrs. Elliott Sartain spent the day In Memphis Tuesday. Among Osceolans in Memphis | Tuesday were Mrs. Hugh Allan. Mrs, W, C. Mason, Mrs. Spencer Oliver, Mrs. A. J. Florida. Mr.s. Falier White. Mrs. A. W. Bowen, Mrs. Jack Uw.elle, Mrs. Charlie Lawrance, Mrs. Morris Silverfield and Miss Jacqueline Silrerfield. Mrs. Melvin Speck. Mrs. joe Cullom, Jr., Miss Joanne Cnliom, Mrs Jack Wilson, Mrs. Miriam Clarke attended the graduation of Miss Mary Ann Crane Thursday morning at the idlewild Presbyterian Church In Memphis. Miss Crane attended Miss Hutchlnson's School in Memphis. Mrs. SpecV Hostess Mrs. Melvin Speck entertained the 12 members of the Bethany Class 01 the Baptist Church with a chicken spaghetti supper Thursday night at her home on West Sem- rriM Street. Arrangements of magnolias were used in the sunroom. Mixed garden flowers centered the dining table where the guests were seated. The evening was spent Informally. Personal* Miss Mary Elizabeth Balloue, Carl Anderson, Miss Nora Wise and Bil.' Landum. all members of the Arkansas Junior Bankers and em- ployes of Mississippi County Bank, and Miss Margie Doyle and Miss June Wc-lborn of the Planters Bank attended a convention this week end In Little Rock. Mrs. Landrum and Mrs. Anderson accompanied their husbands to the convention, Mrs. D. A. Slier attended the graduation of her granddaughter. Miss Mary Anne Crane in Memphis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dean attended the Bankers Convention in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Wilson, Sr Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wilson, Jr[ Boby and Jerry Wilson all of Dumas. Ark., were week end guests In (he Roy Cox home. Gene Cox entertained with B dance for the teen-age crowd Thursday night to compliment his cousin, Bobby Harrison, of Brinkley who Is spending a week with Gene. Forty five attended the rfar.ce. Sandwiches and Iced drinks were served. Donald Wal«on, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Buddy Watson, is home for a week's vacation after completing his sophomore year In Tulane. He When you pack i blouse, remember to stuff sleeves with tissue as crease protection. Keep all folds as close to the waistline as possible. FOR SALE C»««reVe eilytru. 12 txth to U lick, »UI» .r rttnttrftt. A1 H Con«r«U B.ildini Block» cheap- tr lh«n limber for kurns. chicken h«»e<, pimp h«nitt, tenant hom, (M! >ke4i. w« 4eliTer. Call at f.r he, Mtiiwte. OSCEOLA TILE t CULVERT CO. 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.' / o/woys read them! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS At the Hospitals Hlythfvillc Hospital Dismissed: Billy Haney, City Mrs. Ethel Walker, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Baby Ray, Huffman Tommy Hrabowsky. City Eunice Gcan, air 'base Bible Class Meets For Business Session Members of the Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church met yesterday with .Mrs. E. Mosley. Mrs. O. M. Gihner and Mrs. John Smotherman. hostesses. Guests included Mrs. B. F. Gay and Mrs. o. N. Hawkins of Morrilton. Mrs. Sam Mosley gave the devotional, "Gathering The Flowers" from Song of Solomon, which w a s followed by prayer said by Mrs. Bess Stariton. Mrs. W. I. Denton, president, presided over the giving of reports, and appointed a new flower committee for the. coming year. Named on the committee were Mrs. John Walrtcn, Mrs. Prank! Webb. Mr.s. John Moore, Mrs. J.' "'. Barksdale. In the following social hour, the hostesses served fruit punch and Guard Beauty Of Your Hair By NEA Btauty Kdflor The eflect of the summer sun on your hair can be devastating unless you tawe the necessary precautions to keep It shining, lustrous and healthy. To prevent your seolp from becoming dry and tight, massage a good scalp lotion well into the skin two or three times a week. First part your hatr into sections and rub each part with a lotion-dampened cotton square. Use the balls of your fingers, not fingernails, to rub flrmly In a rotary motion. Should the dryness become particularly annoying, hot olive oil shampoos twice a week will prove helpful. Warm the oil nnd apply it to parted sections with the cotton. Wrap your head III a hot, damp towel fgr several minutes, and top this treatment with a brisk massase. A thorough shampoo will leave your hair and scalp immaculately clean. Nothing helps more to add dancing highlights and luster to hair than vigorous and frequent brushing. A brisk 100 strokes morning and night removes dust particles and stimulates scalp _ making shampoos last longer. Don't just brush the surface, cither. Tin your head so the hair tumbles down, and start from the scalp In long firm strokes, If your hair happens to be unmanageable because of too much swimming, try a waving lotion. It \ can be easily applied by touching some to each stvnnd of hair Follow with a quick pin curl, and In no time at all you will have a perfectly groomed coiffure. Girls, Achieve That Slender Look Bathing suits are scantier tha» ever. So if you want to look slender, not as If you were bursting at th« st'iins, you'd better exercise. Exercise is more fun—and ruler to do—Jf you can round up som« of the girls In your neighborhood who want to trim down also. Mo«t reducers are inclined to be lary and, to cut their exercise routine to th« minimum. But Just give iat girl* competition and watch them work. Nobody wants to be the only f»t girl in the crowd. It isn't the year of the skinny look; the fashionable girl has a curi'ed chassis. But plump ladles are not back in style. If you want to be glamorous on {he beach thl« summer strike that happy medium between the slim nnd plump figure, an eye-catcher at any season of the year. Darlene Feinberg, Honoree at Party Mrs. Sidney Platt was hostess to her daughter. Darlene Felnberg, and 20 girls, when she entertained with a wiener roast. In honor at Darlene's thirteenth birthday. The parly was held at the Platt home on Walnut Street. Get The Best AUfO REPAIRING Factory-trained mechanics uslnt genuine parts are your assurance of dependable service when you brinjT your car to T. I. Seny Motor Cu. . . . on Main Street. Try our friendly service next time! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Phone 2«2 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY f Double Feature? Bold at Robin Hood] Daring at Don Juartl SUN.-MON. Double Feature Serial: King of the Congo and Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Frisco was a awling, sprawling hilt-city of sin RICHARD BASEHAR MICHAEL O'SHEA^ (initnn. mm „«„ n,m n,n, JIBEUK-VOGUE™« 1 aramount News, Cartoon & .Sporl Keel R1TZ GUESTS Mr. & .Mrs. Martin F. Culling Dr. & .Mrs. J. L. Tielwell HESTER'S RADIATOR REPAIR South Hln-.iy 61 Blytheville • Radiators Boiled and Rccorcd • New and Used Radiators For Sale . Phone 3186 — Day or Mghl FOR THE BUY OF YOUR LIFE- See Us About OVERHAULING YOUR ENGINE Blytheville Motor Co. Phone 4422 re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30e At All Times SATURDAY Double Feature ? Charles. LAUGHTON '* *' : '?flla RAINES ^ —PLUS— "BORDER PATROL" with Hopalong Cassidy Radar Man Serial Also Cartoon JOE ATKIN MACHINE WORKS COMPLITI 1HIII MIIAl SHOP STRUCTURAL JIHl . otl AND fUCMIC WILDING • GIN (IFAIRI . UACKSMITH- INO • MAROWAKI • MACHtMf RIFAWt BLYTHEVIUi, PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153

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