The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 5, 1952
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PAGE TOUR Bl/n"HEVTLLH (ARK.) COURIER JTHUKSDAY, JUNE 8, 1981 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 MARRIED —«••• Mr. and Mrs. * Joe Evans Elkins, who were married yesterday at 4 p.m. are now on a wedding trip to the Ozark Mountains Mrs. Elkins was before her marriage, Miss Murl Richardson, daughter of Jlr. and Mib Murray L Richardson of Luxora. Mr. Elkins is the son of Mrs. Orville 0 Elkins and the late Mr. Elkina of Blytheville. Joe Evans Elkins Is Married To Murl Richardson of Luxora Mrs, Clinton Frazier ot Elgin, Tex., and her daughter. Mrs. Joseph M. Fox of Portland, Ore., will be guc.sLs of Mrs. E. M. Terry tomorrow. They tire former Blytheville residents. Mr. Frazier was organizer and first president of ihe First National Dank. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Guard and children have returned from St. Louis where they spent several days. Mr, and Mrs. Richard Dennis By- iuin have returned from their wedding tflp and arc now at home here. Mrs. W. J. Fitzhiigti and children, Muriou imd Jordan, have been the R u CMS of her mother. Mrs. G. C. Thompson, in Pine Bluff. They were motored home by the Rev, and Mrs. T. T. Devlin of Pine Bluff, who will be their guests for several days. Dr. Joe Hughes of Osccola left today for Miami, F!a., where ha' will attend the 55th Annual Congress of the American Optical Association. Ho wili return Saturday, Jerry and Alan Berry, sons of Mr. and Mrs, Kendall Berry, left today At the Hospitals Bljrtheville Hospllalj Dismissed: Mrs. Victor Harris, Stcelo C«ell» Ann Luck, cliy Mrs. Charles Smith and baby, Huffman. Mrs. Jo« A.sbell. Cooler Tom Kelllck, City Mrs. liar Wilson, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Sam Alrord. Cily Mrs. Bill Lane and baby, city Ralph Gilbert. Osceola Mary Veid. Yarbro ' Tops In Vacation Plans TO GO OVF.nSEAS—Mrs. Waller Harrcll and daughtcrs t Betsy. 3. and Jeanie, 5, wil', leave Friday to bcRin their journey to Kaiseralautern. Germany, to join their husband and faihor, First Sergeant Walter Harrell who U with the Second Army Division, He has been stationed there for one year, and they plan to siay from two to throe years. En route, they wil! visit Mrs. Thomas McCann at Hurrisburg, pa,, who is also going to Kalseralamern. Mrs. Harietl is the former Miss Margy Anderson, daughter of Mrs Cora Anderson. Now on n wcrtdlnB trip to the Ozark Mountains and Missouri are MT. and Mrs. Joe Evans Elkins who were married yesterday nt 4 o'clock in the afternoon in the home of the bride's parents, with the Rev. Harold White performing the double ring ceremony In the presence of members of the Immcdiale family | pointed collar and self-covered buttons extending to the waist line attend the summer term at University of Mississippi. They were ac- MiMX-s Dixie Jlnwarrt, Sue Dcntnh. [ cnmnanlcd by John WIUu, son of and Eloise Richardson, sister of the j Mrs. Grace Wilks. who will also attend the summer session. Mr. ami Mrs. N. O. Hllbbs of SI. with her parents, , Marcus Evrard has been removed Wl l Cr L lh * y r^ 1 'l from BLvtheville Hospital to his - .__ .* bride. Tor travel. Mrs, Elkins \vnre ft silk shantung two-piece dress fash- home where his condition is reporter! as much improved. Miss Roberta Bracey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Bracey. is at Lou home from Mississippi Southern broken ankle. Mr. and Mrs. Rirhard Eugene Loll announce the birth of a son Monday at Blytheville Hospital. He is their first child and has been named Richard Eugene, Jr. Mrs the former Miss Anita Louis were gwHs of Mrs Connie j College in Hattiesburg to spend the loned with a pencil slim skirt and! Esfcrldce yesterday and last nlsht. I summer months. They w,ll leave Jacket with three- quarter length sleeves. The neckline fcuuircrl ind close friends. The bride \s the former Miss Murl Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray L. Richardson of Luxora. Mr. E!klns is the son of Mrs. Orville O. Elkins and. the late Mr. Elkins of Blytheville. Forming the setting for the wedding was the fireplace which was banked with greenery studded with magnolia blossoms. Flanking either stde of the fireplace, were white lloor baskets of gladioli and fern tied with large puffs of white satin. Arrangement* of other mixed garden flowers were used about the house. Maid of honor and only feminine attendant was Miss Nora Ann Jackion, who was dressed in a white eyelet embroidered ankle length dress over yellow taffeta. The fitted bodice featured a scalloped, off- the-jhoulciers, neckline. Her yellow taffeta sash when tied formed hem length streamers and she wore opera pumps of white linen. She was presented a purple orchid for her shoulder. Orvllle Elkins. Jr.. of Little Hock. brother of the groom, served as best man. The bride chose for her marriape a crisp white organdy ankle length dress over blue taffctn. The moulded strapless bodice was shirred and caught to a full skirt with embroidered appllqued flowers around the with attached peplum. She comple- . They are en route to points in Plor- I Friday for the graduation ext?rcis before reaching Key West where they will spend their "vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and sons. Jerry and Alan, were in Little Courtney, daughter of Sgt. and Mrs. I Grover Fraizer of New York City and formerly of Blytheville. Mr.<. John Caudill has been call- menled her costume with natural Rock yesterday, straw shoes ano purse nnd a perky] Mrs, Billy Beal and Mrs. Bill panatna hnt trimmer! with rllirion.! Stnvens of Osccola were In Mem- Slio pinneii her orchid at her shoulder Katherine Green To Be Honored Mrs. Kathcrlne S. Green of Ma- phis jrrsterdiiy. Mrs. Mclvin Halsell and Infant daughter. Mary Susan, were removed to their home yesterday from Baptist Hospital In Memphis. Mrs. Norman Shields and Mrs. H. E. Wheat visited Mrs. E. W. Ln- ney in Memphis yesterday where ey wenUo brln_g Mrs. Shiolds 1 son. nila, associate grand conductress of[f ammv . horr "= following his visit 5evmill ^ veck , a!;0 J5 still a patient the Grand'Chapter. Order of the '""* lo r," vcr "' J, ^ , „ . , at Mcllls Air Force Bnse Hospital Eastern Star of Arkansas, will be Dick Reid, student at University. , .. h MtUBtit)n ls encouraging I, , . _, _ , _.,. .^..!„;,. arrived hnmo fnHnv rn tnonrf fv,pi_ '. , . hemline. She also wore the same blue laffela sflsh of (hat ot honored guest at a baniyiet tonight at 6 p.m. nt the Hole] Noble. The meeting of the Manila Chapter of OES will be conducted at the Masonic Hall at B p.m. Mrs. Green's sister. Mrs. Virginia Campbell, will be the presiding olticer at the Manila meeting. University of Arkansas where i rct tn Sru , Antonio, Tex. because ot their son nnd brother. Bill Bracey. i Ihe mness of hcr mo ,hcr. Mrs. W. will be one of the graduates. j H Rivers, Jr. who underwent surer- Most Smart Film Stars Turn Away From the 'Shy Homebody' Publicity Eome of the younger Hollywood; is no glamor In such publicity. stars are turning thumbs dowti on i When Mrs. America reads about the kind of publicity that attempts the Hollywood stars she is trying to make them seem to be shy little to escape for a few minutes from homebodies, who can whip up a her own kitchen, ncal with as much dispatch as: she wants to read about a way of _g^^___l Mrs. Jones nextl|jf e Iliat is entirely different from "—^^^^^™ door and whose ] her own. Give her a choice of read- main interests in | t) g about the doings of Rita Hay- lilc are reading U-orth or peeping Into the kitchen books on child O r „ Hollywood star who Is being care and weeding | Blvpn the homebody build-up and the flower bed. Several of thc'Il rend about Rita every time. BL j against E -- J the pu Ruth Mlliett pentry. She may cluck her disapproval as at " f f™dingi neverthcl * ss ' e public that Ml ' s - America would rather Ipok at kind of pressi them in mink than in aprons, read I about their parties than their un- sv» miming pooh than in their kitch- PILES and children and husbands aren't, impressed by the "movie-stars-are- just-like-you" build-up. When they see a publicity shot of a Hollywood glamor girl in an organdy apron standing in a dream kitchen .supposedly cooking her ! movie star husband's evening meat, rcr.! honest-to-goarlness housewives are more likely to give out with a hidv-like hoot than with a sigh of spir-ideiHification. MRS. AMERICA WANTS TO j HEAD or 01,AMOROUS urn ;,,; ':", .,:";;,., The phoniness is so obvious it U' fnVirfM. '.\~ irritating. And on top of that there I M ' n *>t—&i Hurt Like Sin! But Now 1 Grin 880C 10-42 P Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black and i cry. ^y Sue Burnett daughter arrived home Tuesday j Mr and Mrs rmy Darby are in j A vot]thful barc . arm slvle that;s from St. Louis Mrs. BlacK , Moorehrad, Ky. for the funeral of j a 'must' for vour vacation wartl- umlerwcnt surgery. She is conval- , hcr lath[ ,,.. j. N t Butchcr Mrs . Dar _ [ robC] whetne ; a! home or awaj , escins nicely. i hy had been with him in his seri- • The capolet batons on and pro- P. p. Foster, who hart been in OU5 ,,j, u , 55 , or sevcra , wecks> I vidcs a , Las Vegas because o the senous A]|cn Bush sQn of ^ ^ Mr5 . >-a,u a light cover. Monthly "Nerves" Are Easy To You, too, m-iy not be able to hide that tired, nervous, jiUery look each month no mailer how much "make-up" you use. Keep your secret safe during "those" days—don't be the one girl In three who shows the strain from tell-tale nerves and crumps— has "that look".* Take Cardui, a sppcjal medicine trusted by thousands of women, girls lo help insure against "nerves" and other signs oC monthly misery. A little Cardui cadi day helps build strength so resistance may be greater each month, ncrvousnc^ and suffering less ajid less. Look more natural — feel and sleep better. Ask your dealer £or CarduL '.irony tci'antutj ettimaU thai at tome lima during lift 1 out oj rcerj/ J iromen auffcrs from monthly discomfort. Mrs. Fred L. Stedman, has returned home. Mrs. Foster remained there for several weeks. The boy. who received a serious eye injury ... .„ plane in! Pattern No. 8SOB Is B sew-rite per- Memprns tonight from the Universi- i forated pattern in sizes 10. 12, M. ty of Tennessee where he will be] 16. 18. 20: 40. 42. Size. 12, dress. 3'k met by his parents. He plans to I yards of 39-inch; cape, contrast. l»i spend 10 clays here before returning yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size D-U i Monthly Cramps * Chang* of Ufa for the summer session. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard T, Oldham. 1301 Country Club Drive an- arrived home today to spend the . n( ,, 5 n " nul of lianr ,,, r Imri ^ , nounce the birth of their second f p'S" M™°^ L" Mat B° f Reid* I ^" ls StJU "• i ' ^ l " ^"^ l ° ' ^ " ^'^ ^'^ " W " 1? " desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 15 Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. nnd her grandmother. Mrs. H. A. H. Reid, Mrs. Connie Eskridge find Mrs. Torn Thomas have just returned from Murray. Ky.. Kentucky Lake. Green wfiR elected to ncr | Union City, and Martin, Term., nnci | Fulton. Ky.. where Mrs. Thomns departed by train for her home in Cambria. Wis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosroe. Crafton left Tuesday for Faycttevillc where their riaughrer. Rarnor.a, who Is a student at University of Arkansas will ncrompajnyj.thcm home for the " preEent office in Little Rork la^t December. She has received many honors. In the Knstern Star. She servort ns pranrj rt-pre?entaEivi? or Arkansas to Alabama from 1923 to 1937, assistant grnnrl organist in 1048 and 1949. nnd ns district deputy Brand lecturer tor four years. She served her local chapter as worthy matron two years. Mrs. Green has been awarded recognition in varied fields of service. She has taught in public schools for j Chatham, of ixMtisville, Ky., will aL- thc past IE) years, having .spent those Kospiial. She has been named Frances Ann and their son's name is Roger Adams, age 3. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny White and Mr. Foster. The Sicdmnn's formerly lived here. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson will leave Friday for VanderbiH University for the graduation ex- j Mr. and Mrs. J. M, William* will I In which t.helr son, Charles [ leave today for St. Louis where they Henderson, wil! receive elor of arts degree. his bach- will spend the weekend. | Mrs, A. H. Love of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs" Kenneth Joiner and = P»- Mrs. John A. Love and chil- rhildren. Myra. Brencia. Kenne'.h, j -"irrn. Abe. Charles Robert ,and Jr., and David, of Cravviorri?viUe C-yntiv^ Ann. and Miss Frieda are visiting friends and relatives i Smitri left yesterday for Milwau- In BlythevlUe for rv few days. They \ lo vislt Wr. and Mrs, Ray were accompanied by Loi-s Ann ! Pasold. They will all return Satur- T. lankenship. , day except Miss Smith, who will re- =ummfir. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monoghan and dauphttr Rosemary, and Mrs. j ^7*^^ ".;';'„" p^' Burks." son'of! When you slipcover your furniture Monn»han s sister. Mrs. Leland; , • " - ...... Among students at University of : main for a longer visit. Arkansas who arrived home Tues- ths ruffled underskirts. Her Jacket with scnllopcd was waist, lenirth cape sleeves nnd bertha collar. Wedding slippers were white linen opera pumps. Topping the white prayer hook yofirs In the Blythevillfl and Mnr.lln systems. She. is a (nember of the Delta Kapps Gamma, National Honor Society for Key t^-acjirrs. nnd was elected woman" of the month recently by the Methodist or _ I Women's Swiety of Christian Serv- { Mr and Mrs Eddie Burks Shirley : for the summer, don't forget to . i Barksdale. daughter of Mr. and : the seats of side chairs too. tend graduation exercises at Unl- Mrs JamM Ba f ksdalc . and Frank If you like, use the leftover decora- Wapner. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs [ tu e fabrics for curtain tlebacks. Frank, who will spend the ' summer with their parents, Accompanying ibem was Larry Ashley. who will f.pend several davs vis::.- frienrts and rc!,,^ hcr^be- j jyjgy gfing ver t ity of Arkansas, where their daughter, Bnrbiira Ntonoghan. will receive her bachelor of sclenre decree in education, nnrt will accompany them home on Sunday. Perry Rotnrock. son of Mr. and Mrs. P, C, Rothrork. and Russell of Coming Events Thursday EnzrUan Cl^ss fit th^ Fi:>t R.ip- tist Church has. meet ins in The hoine of Mrs. A. T. Hays nt 713 Pe- to form a cascadR hnnqiict. Her shoulder lenpth vHl French illusion was attnchoci halo of IllHes of the valley, nnd hcr only ornament was a slncle strand of pearls, a gift of the croom. For the marriage of her dauchtrr, Mrs Richardson wore n navy blue sheer dress with rhinrstona trim, and white acreFsorips. At her shoulder was pinned an arrangement of white carnations. Mrs. Elkins wore a heavenly blue crepe dr??s «inci white accessories corr.plemented her costume. Her corsaqe was al&o white carnations, j Lcrtnimnp memljers of La Fine Following the ceremony, the Friday cluh mrmhers gue?U attended the reception which Mr.* James C. Gu.-trn was also in the Rirhard^on home. Mrs C. i_, McWater? entortalnfi Centcrincr the lare laid bririr's la-1 mrnibers of Friday Contract Club ble. was a large cut srlas? pun,-h j Potlnrk Mipprr for Opcn-D-mr bowl surrounded with macnoli? ! Cla.-.s innnnrrs of the First Meth- leaves and white swept peas. ] ndisf Church and wivrs or husbands Assisting at rhe rercption were a* 7:30 p.m ity ol Missouri today will be Charles j Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. [ Charles Czeschin. riuh can at Stitch and Cr in the hnmo of ai 7:30 irtn. Mrs. Rohe it T Tli n m p son Is r n - nif ft > Davis Fnyettpville to be the cue=ts of parents. Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Crtsqer. T ^r -^^^-Su.'! - ^M^-^r^n^: Roif-rs' mother. Mrs. J E Luii.-forri. Amur.: students at University of Arkansas to arrive home today to sprnri ihr suntmer months is Miss Shirlcv Kinc. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Flc;..'hpr Kinc. Mr anci Mrs. T. Zaricor and son.: Hohij;. and Mr.s. Zarkor's parents. Calif . mother of Mrs Cn^ser. Ill- Second Lt- P D, Foster. Jr . Is spending his 3D-day convalescence furlouEh with his fathr-r. P. D. Foster, Lt- Foster who is Marior.rd at Fort Bennins. Gn,, suffered a Kidney Slow May Bring Restless Nights When Jcidtiey functiori slo^s H^wn, many folks complain nf nacEiriK backach.e. hca'I- nchei, rftninesi and loss nt pep and energy. Don't iiifTer rrstl«5> nignU with these rfij- crrnfrrta it reduced Vidnty functiorx w getting you doTcn-ilue to s'jcn coirimon cau-cA : nurf to cold. Minor'bla'idpr irritatifiri3 duo ; in cr>M &r wronc riiet ir.ay ca'^c KtUinK up ! nip>ls nr Crequ-nt ^ai^BRej. 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