The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 6, 1952
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1952 Society, lullins, Society Editor w Pat Mullins, Society Phone 4461 Former Resident Will Wed Texan In June Ceremony The engagement of Miss June: .= ' Posey of Sweetwater, Tex., to Ben Brock of Sweelwaler has been made known by her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Edgar Poscy of Memphis Miss Marion Mayo* receiver) a hnchelor of arts degree from Blue Mountain College Monday, Miss I Ol nltrltlfJlll-a. *•"-•"••' ~-.... r,~ . —.-., ' md Mrs. Rob-iMnyes participated in many extia Election Held At Lades' Day Meeting at Club Yesterday was ladir.s day at Ihe Blytheville Country Club when approximately 50 tvorc present for the election of new officers, lunfheon and hrldpe games. Officers for the comlnc year In- entering Hardm-Simmons UnLver- j she is lisleri in "Who's .... stt.v, Abilene, Tex,, whore she re- | American Colleges and Univcrsf- •" - - - -• tie.$." She was n Mncioman — siit- wita ^ Bummer queen served as president of the. society, nominee and a member of Beta Mil j She also served as president of the. T In the bridge gamef, Mrs. C coived her degree. At Harrtin-Sim- mons, she was r.ajjpn music fraternity. Sho hnS|]9fi2 senior class. Miss Mayes ma- tanpht in Sweet water (or [lie pnst. | jr»-r»d in speech and social science, two years, and is a member of The j She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Zestr Kappa Chapter of Beta Rip- j John Ma yes and was Rrariualed from ma Phi nnd of the First, Baptist < niythevtllc Hifih School. Church Choir. ; First Lt. and Mrs. Jnhn C. Kfpfo, Mr. Brock was Graduated from , who recently returned from a two- Ha&keU High School, attended year tour in Alaskn. are visiting her mot her, Mrs. Arch [jovelnco and pink rose hud, Out-of-twrm guests included, Mrs. J. G. McKenzle of San Francisco, Mrs, C. K, CrlRger. III. Fayettovillo, and Mrs. Patti Knight of. Selmejr, _ „ Busbiess Coltepe, -.. then entered Hardin Simmons Uni- ver; ity, where he was Graduated family of this city. They , f <-•»*• Monday for San Antonio. leave K, znagiin cum laude. In Hnrrlin-Sim-' where Lt. Kcefe will be nssisnrd nn mons, he was on the staff of col- Intelligence officer at Brooks AFB. le~e publications. He has rtone Larrv Ashley, who In a student nt graduate work at Texas Tech and university of Arknm>ns, Is spending - Crigger. Jr., won high, Mrs. Arthur Vance won second, and Mrs. C. R Cripqer, HI, won third. In the ca- nnsta (?amr,s, Dr. Edna Nlo.s won the high prixe and Mr.s. K. M. Reeen- old won the second high pri?e. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs, E. J. Cure, Mrs. L, E. Old, , Mrs. E, M. Regcnnld. Mr.s, John Len- ICX - J tl. Mrs. Hoh Ix?e Smith. Mrs. Russell Ha vs. Mrs. Charles Langs Ion . . and Mrs. C- C. Councille. Mid-Week Club University of Texas. On the New- t snv en] days here ns guest of his -sis- man High School faculty for three j t cr, Mr*. Bill Banister, and family, , , ,-. years, he Is sponsor of the Pony before returning to FnyeUevMLo for MQS OOmeS Express and the Yucca G!orio=a ; SHmmcr school y^ar book. He is also a member off Jmy Halsell, a member of Ihfl the First Baptist, Church choir, [ ]9iS2 R Vnduating class of Blythevillc ,. — — , j^,,^ ^ L mi uit LI [ Lf^ ciii^n ui i>i> 11 if* i in.: The- ceremony will be performed ! Hlgh Sc ho 0 l. will leave Sunday for " '""" University ot Arkansas where he on June 22. Marriage Li censes The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license at the office of the County Court Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth lilythc Parker: Billy Paul Wicks and Mrs. Frances M. Wicks, both ot Blytheville. Newest In Sports Styles • Euxelian Class Is Entertained Here Euzelian Sunday School Class members of the First Baptist Church were entertained yesterday al the home or Mrs. A. T. Hays In her home at 713 Pecan. Her co. hoMesses were Mrs. Walter Antlers and Mrs. Albert. Ridings. Mrs. Waller Bishop was a visitor among the 14 members of the cla« Mrs. W. W. Mitchell said the opening prayer and Mrs. Bishop Rav: the devotional. A brief business Cession wrss hpld before Mrs. Haran Brown dismissed with prayer A social hour followed the busU ness session. The guests were served refreshments. \Searjhle clullics cli-sifincd in simple- .iml niturjl lihos murk these uilh his changi-jlilr taffeta uvrrskirl. II converts Irom daytime Pans fashions iriiin llic Spring, 10.V!. collections. The long Irain wear, shown here, to a dinner dress liy swilchin- around the ii:incl coupled with a short front hem is typical (left) nf the evening and removina the j;ickct. The result "(riijht center >is a dramatic towns from Castillo-l.anvin. This is in Mack organdy rmbroiilr red dress in while organdy. A ln;:;e ruff led boa (right) is worn with a red in pink dels and scciuins. Jean Dosses nukes news (left center) j chiffon evening gown from Castillo-l.anvin. There's a slight train. By Sue Burnett A welcome companion for all your Bummer activities—a new-looking button front casual (hat's expertly designed for comfort ivith button sleeves, action back. Included is a flattering cap to match! Pattern No. 8840 is a se\v-rite per- Icratcd patlern in sizes 12. H, 16. 18. wit] attend summer Rchonl. Marlti Randolph Smith iircom- panlrrl Perry Rothrock anrl Russell Phillips home today from the University of Arkansas for the summer months. Mr. nnrl Mrs. Boyd K. Tiddle, and son, Stephen, arc moving to Memphis tomorrow where they will make [heir home. Annclla Humphreys, daughter of Mr. ami Mr.s. Henry Humphreys, who has been R student al Brenau College in Gainesville. On., for the past year as a freshman, has been elecled president of the sophomore class of next year. Dick Reid. Fredrtle Smith and Graham Sudbtiry arrived home yesterday from University of Arkansas to spend the summer months with their parents. . C. P. Wright ,111, left by plane for Dallas from Memphis Ui visit his grandfather. Bernie D. Wright. He will fly back Sunday. ^ Graham Partlow, who Is a stu- rlent at University of Arkansas, arrived home last night to spend several weeks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Pnrtlow. He will Eo to ROTC camp in Camp Gordon at Augusta, Ga.. on June 21. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Blomeycr of San Diego arr Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace and other relatives here. She is the former Miss Ethel Simmons. Mrs. P. H. Austin of Gosnell was removed to her home yesterday from Baptist Hospilal in Memphis where she underwent surgery two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Marrus Gnlncs and daughters. Beriha Ann and Derm, and son. Richard. Nancy Hnmbv. Sara Stihvel], Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gaines, C. W. R.ilney. Clayton Holder and Nelson Betts returned yesterday from a two-day fishing trip at Blytheville Pishing Lodge at Whiskey Chute. E. w. Bell anrt Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Coltharp and son Bobby of New Albany. Miss, visited Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bell of Oscoola. Mr. and Mrs. Dane Fercus and children of O>:eola are vacationing in Miami. Okla. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham was the, high score winner yeMerdrtv at a j meeting of the Mid-Week Club at the home of Mrs. Cecil Shane for a two-course luncheon and games: In the afternoon. Mrs. Harry W. Hnines won the second prize. Summer flowers were iiFed in profusion throughout the Shane home. Memphian Is Hostess Here The home of Mrs. Hershell darner was the scene yesterday of a dessert canasta party when Mrs, Lawrence Garner of Memphis en- terlalncd members of the Semi- Canasta Club. In the games. Mrs. Paul Law- tenre wa.s the first place winner and Mrs. Hershell Garner won second. A brief business session was held, when members .decided to entertain the husbands of club members on Fathers' Day. A dessert course of strawberry short cake was served with Iced Mrs. Jobe Hostess To Club Eight Mrs. Paul Jolic* was hop toss Wednesday to members of Club Eight for their weekly brtrine primes. Mrs. Loy Welch wa.s her c' lor the afternoon's entertainment. She used nasturtiums among other summer flowers in nor home, where she served a cJo.^ert before the bridee grimes beimn. Winning Ihe hich prize was Mrs. Otto Scrapes and .second \vonL to Mr.s O. C. Lnngston. Mrs. G, O. Foctz won the hrideo. Three Guests Meet With Club Mrs. Marian Bel!. Mrs. Murray Smart, and Mrs. Far r is McCaUa were puests of Mrs. Baker Wilson when she entertained members of | the Wednesday Club. Guests were served a luncheon before bridge games began. Mrs. L, E. Old and Mrs. Charlie Rose were the winners of high and low. Executive Board- Meets in Home A circle of prayer opened the mof-tmg of members of the Executive Board of Blvtheville Council of Church Women yesterday when trey met. at the home of Mrs. C. M. Gray, president. Nine members heard the reports nmrip by Mrs. Or ay. Plans were made tor their fall activities and they named the month of October a.s "Coimci] Emphasis Month". The workshop will be held In October \vi»h Mrs. J, C. Ellis chairman. Jred drinks were served at tie conclusion of the morning meeting. Forego Your Fussy Neatness Habits If It Causes Resentment of Hubby Weekly Games Played By Bridge League At a meeting of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League last- night, Mrs. George Dillahxmty and Mrs. Willie Nebhut were first place winners. Taking .second were Mr.s. R. F. Kirshner arid Oscar Hardaway. At the bottom of this man's letter was the- notation: "Forty-two years married. Same u'oman, .same man." With that to % qualify him. here j is his letter: sha-.ed by more men than you rea Hzc. I'l'T UP WITH SOME DISORDER CLAMI/Y Maybe you'd better learn how ti j put up with a little disorder calmly, DAR To Meet June 13 At Forrest City Club OSCEOLA—Members of the wiT- limn Stroiie Chapter of Daughters o' the , American Revolution will meet in Forrest City on June 13 for flaR program and luncheon at e Forrest City Country Club. Following the luncheon and ceremony, the group will go to the cemetery for memorial service anrt place a bronze DAR marker at the grave of Miss Mary L. Sweet. The William Strong chapter of DAR has invited the Crittenden County Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy to join them In memorial to Miss Sweet. She was a member of both organizations. households those where the Ruth Millctl wife can put up with a little disorder. Miss Huffman Hostess to Club Members of ;in.c_GEO Club played last nieht at-the home of Ml?* Jfttyc Huffman when Mrs. Sam Roddick attended at guest of the ciub. Pansies and delicate shades of s"Tctpeas were used in profusion in the Huffman home, where Miss Huffman served a dessert course before the games began. Mrs, Joe McHaney won the first- place srore anrt Mrs. Harold Davis won seronci pl.fice. Bridno went to Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Jr. Osceola Bridge Club Has Meeting in Home OSCEOLA—Mrs. Bruce Ivy entertained members of the Mid- Week club, Wednesday afternoon in R setting of spring flowers which '• were used about the entertaining! rooms. i Ker eitost for the afternoon was i Mrs Dick Smelszer of Little Rock. \ Mrs. Wade Quinn was high score j winner in the bridee sanies and j rs. Smelwcr won second prize. j A dessert course was served by [ IP hostess. ' ..- „ „_ ... „. .„. .„. Councille-Af flick 20: -10. 42. Size 14. rtrrss. 4'4 yards! Ton RoOfP WirniPV<? of .W-inrh; can. K yard. U|J ol - UM - U IMIlLlts For [his pattern, send 30c in COIN'S, voiir name, aiirtros-. size dc.sired and the PATTERN" NUMBER lo Svie Biune*!. Courier Nc'.\5. 375 Quim-y St . Chicago G, 111. j Easi.- FASHION" for .V is !ilVd I -,.^ .j ~ : u-l'.h ,d«p., to make your clothes nlcll .. „.,,„ « lnncrs jnc l, iri ed M,«. bucket eo nirtner-nmr-savinc and s E Tmi! ,. „,„ Mvs p,.^ Oric>hv economical cirsicr.s ..hM are easy to! lt , frcond p ,. lro and Mrs Joc r( , rt ,,,; sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 23, Fc P an( i M !S5 A r( ] en Ferguson won cen ' 5 - ' third pherv Jr: Barnes played Wednesday nirul by members of .the Country C'llfc Duplicate Rrirtce Leas\m, Mrs. C. C- Coimrille and Mrs. W. A. AffKci: von !irsl plare. Flavins a five-table >!o'>vell rna\'C- Coming Events Frtrtay Slitrh and Chatter Club meets in the home of Mrs. Leon Davis at 7:30 p.m. Potluc!-: supper for Open-Door Class members of the First Methodist Church and wives or husbands at 7:30 p m. At the Hospitals Hijtheville Hospital Dismissed: J. H. Elldy, Victoria Lester Cranon. Ri. 2 Mis. J A. Mnreiin, Manila F n. Berry, City Paul D. Foster. City \Villie Mae Andrews. City Lee Cll'lon. Cooter Annie Pipkins, Rt. 3 FOLKS! I'm Looking for a home... I am a Cocker Spaniel Registered thoroughbred In Perfect Health PUPPY Watch this Newspaper For Details, For I Promise to Make a Wonderful Friend. SAFEWAY Rook Club Meets; Three Guests Members of the Thursday Rook Club inet nt the home nf Mrs. Eugene Brown yesterday for their weekly sames. when three g. Mvs. Harry BOH an, Mrs. John Scott, and Miss De^na Mizell played with result r members. Winners in the games were Mrs. Brown, first; Mrs. Scott, second, and Mis. Leon Soberer, rooko. In a setting of summer garden flowers, (he hostess served a dessert course to her guests. doine just won't let s own home." "Man, the orn- If that man you married shows any ery cuss, j list {.signs of resenting your passion for (Jots n't like being ; nr.stness. After all, you're not run- ALWAYS neat. ; ines your house primarily for the The peaceful] nrichbors' approval. And maybe, too, if your husband! never seems to get home early on his afternoon off. you'd better check to sec if you've been making a habit of saving up small jobs for him to rfo every time he does have a little time at home. None of this applies to women married to men who are irritated and annoyed by disorder and confusion, nor to married to men who like to putter around, a house fixing things up. It applies to those women who have, a sneaking notion that their "Also, one of the many reasons thai men stay downtown more than they have to is the wife's eternal naeErms to get the man to do 'little' repairs. "Most men after 40 or 45 like to slow down; to rest after being under tension all 'day, The wife who always has a 'little' Job that needs Bon Voyage Party Honors Mrs. Harrell Mrs. Walter Harrell who left to- ria;- for Germany was honored npain Wednesday night at a bon- • vovsge party. Her two hostesses were Mrs. William Sullivan and Mrs. Billy Wicks, A party of 12 gathered in thn home of Mrs. Sullivan for a supper and later went to the home ot Mr.s Wicks where 18 were present tor games of canasta. Winners of high prize were Mrs. 1 L May and Mrs. Cora Anderson. Mrs Blackie Wheat and O. O. Stone were low score winners. The hor.oree was presented a gift of luggage. a man rest in husbands would quickly side in with Well, there you are. wives. That is the writer of this letter ns to why one man's opinion. And it may be ' some men rion't hurry horrie. Mrs. Smythe Hostess To TLE Members Mrs. Gilbert Smythe entertained members of the TLE Club yesterday at her home. 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