The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 7, 1952
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PACT TWO BI,YTHEVTU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SAWRDAY, JUNE 7, 1952 Pat MuUins, Society Editor Rose Luncheon Held by Club The annual rose luncheon held by the garden department of the Blythevlllc Woman's Club was at the club house on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Mrs. J. V. Gates presided In the business session when Mrs. Ch.irles H. Ncwcotnb outlined plans for the program and activities (or the rnm- hig year. Gifts were exchanged by rose pals. Hostesses !or the adair included Mrs. George Lee, Mrs. O. E. Knud- fet\ Mrs. Hueh WhiUIU. Mrs. O. O. Hardaway. and Miss Golda Rinks The nest meeting of the club will be held on September 3. Hales Honor Miss Wilson Mlsse.s Ruth and Margery Hale ucre hostesses yesterday at a bridge - cannsta - luncheon at the country home, or their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hale of Burdctte. honoring Miss Jane Wilson, recent graduate. They used a pink and creen color scheme and centered the luncheon table \vith ft low cut class bowl filled with pink sweetpeas. and larkspur. Winning high In canasta was Miss Eniadel Swcaretigen and Miss Vivian Patterson xvon the high bridge score. The honored guest was presented a gift In silver. Bits of News P. erAonat Frank and Patricia Butler have returned lo their home In Osceola eftei a three-week's visit with their eiamfmotlier, Mrs. Carl Green, Misses Margery and Ruth Hale have arrived home from Sophie Newcomb College o( Tulane University in New Orleans. They are tlic daughters of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hale of Burdctte. Mr. anil Mrs. H. H. McOce of Greenville, H.C. will arrive next week for several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Dales have returned home after a visit with their son, Jim Gates of Kansas City. Mr. nnrt Mrs. V. G. Holland attended the funeral of Mr. Holland's brother, N. T. Holland of Uoellen, Tcnn., who died suddenly at his home Sunday. While In Tennessee, they visited their daughter Mrs. Santord lloone, Mr. Hoone and children in Jackson. OSCEOLA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Klnnln-l P lants flnd fleld flower * set month ami daughter, PegRy, nnd Mrs. Harry Deskin, Jr. of Osceola will leave tomorrow for Phoenix., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bockncr. Mrs, Heckner Is the former Miss Jencll Desklu. Staff Sgl. Bennie S. Johnson will arrive by plnnc Monday to be the finest of his mother, Mrs. C. E. Johnson. He will be discharged from the Marine Corps at Masters Field, Miami, Fla. Mrs. Walter HnrreU and child- Dessert Mrs. \V. n, Flanagan and Mrs. Madaline Campbell complimented Mrs. FJnnagnn's two granddauph- t*rs, Mra. E. B. Morgan and Mrs. Karl Futch of Ocnla, Fla.. who are EilEo the nieces of Mrs. Campbell, with a dessert bridge. Wednesday. Sixteen Osceola friends of the two young matrons were guests. Tables were centered with pastel shades of sweet peas and throughout the Flanagan home, swcetpeas wen, used in profusion. Games of bridge followed a dessert course and Mrs. Frank Edrins- ton won hfRh, Mrs. Bill Cramer, .second and Mrs. Dick Smelszer won bingo prize. Gifts were presented the honorees, Canasta Club Meets Thu country home of Mrs, Tal Tongate was the scene Thursday of a. meeting of members of the Town and Country Cann.sta Club. Guests were ushered out on the spacious porch where tropical the scene. A salad plate and Iced tea served before the games started and In the games, large wicker bnskcts filled with party delicacies were passed. Mrs. Charlie Driver was a guest with the club members. Mrs. Frank Williams and Mrs. Ecarey Menrs were prize winners. Rainbow flirls Meet Installation of new officers of Riimbow Rirlfi took place when they night Shirley 2 Clubs, 3 Guests Meet in Home Mrs. Ulan Heath and Mrs. Albert Taylor entertained members of the Friday Club nrsd Thursday Clwb yesterday In the Heath home, along v;ith three guests. Out of town guests u-erc Mrs, W. K. Francis, of Tuscaloosa. A!a,, Mrs. Henry Davis of Dospalos, Calif., and Mrs. W. H. Pease. They used pnnsEes. among other eprlng flowers, In decorating the house. Winning lilgh was Mrs. Bob Logan; Mrs. Ben W. Harpole. Jr., won second; and Mrs. Wallace Hoke won third place. A dessert centres was served dur- Jng the afternoon. Miss Sarah Laura Langston Sarah Laura Langston Will Wed Elliott Sartain in June Ceremony Announced today is the enKsiKe- n.enl of Miss Sarah Laura LniiB- Elon daughter ot R. C. Lnngston of Luxora nnri the lale Mrs. Langston, to Elliott <Jack) Sarlnln, Jr., sot) of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Bar- It Fits Perfectly ren Betsy and Jeanie. left yesterday for Germany to Join their husband and father. Those attending the Annual North Arkansas Conference Youth Assembly from the First Methodist Church are Pat II earn. Nit a Rose Hah, Betty Johnson, Eloise Golden. Heard Wylic, Bob Jackson, anrt Mrs. H. W. Wylic, who J Tex.. took Ihcrn. The conference was] j 0 hn' held at Henrfrix College in Con- wsw, Hob Edwards nnd Jim Gos- Eighteen members and two visitors, v. E. Harlan and Joe Thomas, pre present. Cookies and iced drinks were served to the group. H. was announced that on June 15, four will attend the Arkansas Ginnd Assembly Meeting of Rain* bow .3 In Faycttevillfl. Carolyn [.owe wi'l serve as grand page, Carolyn wi'i serve us Rvaiui representative, and Ethclyn Fletcher and Ann Ashley Ro/jicllc will sing in the grand choir. Mrs. Georgia Fletcher will chape rone the three-day trip. June Veach Is Hostess to YWA Members of the Dolly Kelt Chapter of the Young Women's Association of the First Baptist Church met Thursday night at the home of June Veach. Guests at the meeting included Patsy Bartholomew and Grace Raper, Dorothy RotlLson, program chair- mat., headed the program, "Alaskan Frontiers," and those taking parts on program were Peggy Gilmer, Betty Ann Mullins, Marilyn Dougn- erty Ernestine Holt and Patsy Bartholomew, A social hour was held at the conclusion of the meeting and cake and iced drinks were served. Coming Even is Monday Hiisiric.w Women's Circle Six of the Presbyterian Church meet Monday at 8 in the home of Mrs. Nora SpradU-y. Trinity Baptist. Church Women meet by Circle viith One In the home of Mrs. Frank Sawyers at 310 Lake and Two with Mrs. F. J. Austin on North Franklin. The entire Wairi.-.v.'s Missionary Uivon of thr- First B.iptist church ha* a Iju.slnehs meeting inui royal i service program at the church at 2 p.m. TuEsilay Rlvtheville Junior Auxiliary has r. 9:30 a.m. meeting at the Country At the Hospitals Blytherille Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Margie Hawkins, Manila Jimmy JJrlnkle, Holland Fred Case, City Llr.da Murrny, Luxora i Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. R. K. Austin, city Baby Steven. Huffman Donald Walls, cLachville Ronald Ellis, City Opal Lee Morrow, City i.cki a regular meeting Wednesday Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterdaj office of the County Court Clerk obtained marriage licenses at the Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Phillip Clifford Stokes and Miss Hazel Marie Hallow, both o! Blytheville. Phillip George Koury, steele. Mo., and Miss Ynlanda Dajan, Corta- ?.3na. Columbia. Hubert Davis and Miss Annie Me Knight, both of Blytheville. Cecil Dean Brittatn and pt?^y Jane Stabbs, boih of Blytheville. Fred Bowers and Miss Delores Shrncdcr, hoth of St. Louis, Mo. Harvey Lee Gillihan and Miss Joan Julia Fulgham, both p.lytheville. After laundering In soap suds, smooth small doilies over the sldct ol your washing machine or refrigerator to dry. No ironing is needed . * * * Don't (orget to use your perfume atonmer before you put your pearls on The alcoholic content in perfume Is harmful to the delicate surface of these precious gems. Cone, worthy presided over the meeting. Girls installed were Joan Wilson, Carolyn Harlan, and Linda Davis. V E. Harlan presided as Rainbow •. Dae* In the absence of Jake Thrall- Club CharlovoJx Chapter of the DAR has meeting at the Hotel Noble for advisor, 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. Charles selt were also there nnd the group is expected lo return homo today, Supper Club Is Entertained Apprd\lmalcly 80 people were jire.sent Thursday night Tnr n monthly meeting «t the Dell Supper Club, held at the American Legion Hut. Host.s and hostesses were Mr. find Mrs. Harry Brndloy and Mr- and Mrs. Ronald Geary. They used as their theme a county fair setting. Summer flowers wore used in profusion amoiitf miniature cnroscls, posters and other miniatures of carnival gaiety. The evening was spent in dancing in the ballroom. tain Sr., of Osceola. The bride elect was graduated from Luxorn High School and later attended \vminin Woods College and the University of Arkansas where she was a member of Delta Gamma social sorority nnri Kappa Delta Pi, honorary fraternity. Mr. Sartftin was graduated from O.sceota High School nnd attended University of Arkansas. He Is a cadet in the United State. 1 ; \ir Force and will receive his wings ) June 21. A summer vending Is planned. Mrs, K. Francis and child- La Finesse Has Dessert-Bridge Mrs. Robert I. Thompson entertained members of L.EI Finnwe yesterday with a dessert bridge. Al members attended. She carried out a ballerina theme In Vier decoratton, tallies and prizes Fach table vas centered with crystal compote filler! with lEoat- Ing blossoms. Mrs Mason Day, Jr.. won tli high prize nnd Mrs. Marvin Nunn Jr., won second, Mr.s. Jack Webb wa.s winner oT the bridgo. ,8626 34.52 By Sue Burnett Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. C. Ij. Me Waters eniertalnci yesterday with an afternoon n bridge for members of. the Frida Contract Club. Mrs O. W. McCutchen won to honors and Mrs. Gcnrpe Pollocl Jr.. won second prize and bridso. Trt a setting of. summer flower she served refreshments during the afternoon's entertainment. a frequent visitor of Mrs. Fill will appear on the Ed Sullivan Television Show on Sunday. Being a member of the Ran \ T ew Liberty GA Meets In Home Members of the Girl's Auxiliary tf the New Liberty Baptist Church net yesterday afternoon with Alma Koonce. Mrs. Koonce opened nictHin" with prayer and the devotional from Proverbs wns given iy Gloria Lutes. Alaska was Riven Alinn Dean Koonce. t\ poem, "Queen Regent Steps .1 p' was R i ven by Sa nd r a Lu t es. •How to Tithe" was given by I he counselor, Mrs. Vance Dlxon and sentence prayer closed the meeting. Following; Itle meeting, the host- is, assisted by her mother server! portetl party foods and Iceri drinks. Singing Convention To Be Held Here Calvary Baptist Church is sponsoring a Trt-State Sinking Convention to he held tonight at 8 p.m. i,d tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 p.m. Quartettes nnd trios have born cngngcrt to sing during these two rtay.s. rcn of Tuscaloosa arc visiting her parents, Mr, ond ATrs. Tom A. Little. Mrs. Sadie Cunningham and her brother, Robert Birmingham, left Wednesday for Richmond. Va.. where Mrs. Cunningham will join her husband who is stationed at Fort Enstos. Va. ' Mrs. John Stewart of Ripley, Tenn., has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. O. Ilerron, Mr. Herron and children for the past two wcoks. She came especially to be with her daughter who underwent surgery at SValls Hospital Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Freeman Robinson, who have purchased the home of Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, 1000 Ash Street, will move next week to make their home there. Mrs. Goodwin has moved to another residence on Ash Street. Mrs. Lawrence Garner of Memphis visited this week with Mrs. Hersbnll Garner. Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Smith of Van Nuys. Cnlif., who left today, hnve been the guests of his sisters. Mrs. M. T. Moon and Mrs. W. T. Bnrnett and families. They; were accompanied home by Mis.s Prances Bright and Mrs. Robert Reid. While there. Miss Bright will visit Julia Adams, young movie starlet, and Mrs. Reid will visit Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith of Los Angeles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Lane announce the birth of a son Monday at Walls Hospital. He has been named Allan Lee. They also have a daughter, Donna Lynn. Mis.s Mildred Brady of Kilgore, gerettes ot Texas, she was one of the ten chosen to appear on the sliow. They are now in Washing- Ion, D.C.. as the guest of their congressman. When she returns, she will visit In the Pill home. Boys and Girls of the First Methodist Church who arc attending intermediate camp at Wayland Springs In Imbodcn. Ark., are Eugene Still, Glcnda Louis, Patti Wright, Peggy Taylor, Gail Brogctcn, Eva Lee Graves, Don Golem an, Beth Johnson, Ronnie Bapley, Roger Sudbury, George Ann Byrd, Nan Miller, Toby Long. Billy Peek, Draiie Adams and Edward Wimberly. Penn, Mis. E. B. Wo orison and Mrs S. P. Martin hostesses. Mr.s. Gene Tea ford entertains members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club at her home. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly games at Club. Ynrbro HD Club meets in their club house. Wednesday Mrs. C, C. Langston is hostess to Club Eight. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Thursilny Thursday Hook cillh meets in th<> home ot Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Mrs. James Rogers Is hostess to GEO Bridge Club. Blythevlllc Duplicate Bridge League has weekly games. Read "Your Exclusive LION Dealer in Ulylheville" Kelly - Spring- ticld Tires. Washing and Greasing, Lion N a t u r a lube, pcnnzoil, Lion's tnproved HDH. WILSON AUTO SERVICE Ash * 2nd Phone 2611 Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature JOHKHY MACK BROWN y* Armorel HD Club Designed to make yo:i look more slender by Inches - a charming Ul pn | -e ;,, U nmn sfteruoon frock that slims and trims • ULl ' l ' : 3 nl ilUIIlb tlic slightly larger [i?ure. Ariel flower bought or your favorite Jewelry. Pattern N T o. 86'2d is p. sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 36. 38. 40, 42 4-1. 46. 48. 50. 52. size .16. short sleeves. 5 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COIiNS. your name, addrer-s. sire desired, and the PATTERN NUM- BEH to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St.. Chieazo (i 111 Basic FASHION for V>2 is tilled with Ideas to make your clothes budget go further—tiiiw-fiiving and ccanomical rieisisrns sew. Gift, pattern 25 cents. Business Session Held in Home Mnnliers of (tie Stiteh and Chattel Club met In the home of Mrs. Leon Dnvis Inst nlcht for ft blisiupss incx'ting and tnforma] entertainment Mrs Harold Enbnnks presided ovei the business session and MI ovilinn to RccHoot Lake \vas plan- lied for Tuesday. Following a dessert course, the leniniiuier of the evening \\as spent In formal Raines. FARM LOANS You Can Pay ANY AMOUNT at ANYTIME from farm incom* without penally TTiii Fammtt FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE ii written into your note irkfti vtw hnrr ft toftn from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phone 2381 Mortgage I,oans of All Kinds r^Sf T|7 , t -T, f JJimm aOEiih Elliso —PLUS— 'When Tomorrow Comes' Irene Dunne Charles Boyer Radar Man Serial Also Cartoon AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE THEY'RE SOWING THEIR WILD OATS! IQGORCEY Mis. Slanion Pepper was hostess ; HMri Courier News Classified yestrrdiiy at a meeting of the Ar- _, ...... moid Home Demonstration Club I uhrn 15 members ami four visitors'! hurt ri no thick luncheon. |; To open the program, Mr.s. C. C. : Elliott gave a devotional, anrt Mrs. Wrldon McCrmn followed that with LV prayer. Mrs. Sam Hanley, president, presided over the business meet i ni». i Talks were given by Mrs. W. O ! Anderson and Mrs. Gertrude Hull- ; man. ' . Mr.s. Lubie Adki^pon won Ihc door that are easy to'p^e nnd gamo pri/e. Meeting was' printed insiric. | dismissed with a prayer by Mrs. i Maude Brown. Ads See it now! Todav's Big Difference In automatic washers— HALSELL & WHITE FURN. CO. & Division Phone GOJIfi "Come All Ye" BIG "Tri-State Singing" TWO QUARTETS - ONE TRIO SEVERAL SPECIAL SINGERS Sal. Night, June 7th at S:00 p.m. Sun. Aflornonn, June Slh at 1:30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Hly(hevill«, Ark. 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 Hunti Hail — ALSO— BLACK HILLS AMBUSH" with Allan Rocky Lane — PLUS— Serial: King of the Congo and Cartoon HUMPHR SUNDAY AND MONDAY Paramount News Cartoon & Sport Reel RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. A. A. Fredrickson Mr. & Mrs. H. \V. Haines SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature . 200 WOMEN SEEK WILDERNESS ROMANCE! ROBERT TAYLOR DENISE DARCEL —PLUS- HEART TINGLING RIB TICKLING' JOEATKINS MACHINE WORKS COMPLITI IKfIT MITAl SHOP »T«UCrU«*L JTIIL • GAS AND lUCTIIC WELDING • GIN tirAIHS • BtACKSMITH- INO • HAIDWAM • MACHINE IIPAI9I BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 ATTENTION GINNERS! With (he exception of Jack Lognn, we sclll have the same ivi-tonnel to inks care of vour ginning repair needs \\t rr.fill. Tile anrt train saws; re till and balance brushes; and have a comrade stock ot valves, elbows (from II" to II") and pipe- Also, a complcle hue of bearings Tor your gin. We have thr personnel nnd equipment to meet your ginning repair %r;d we're anxious to serve you! All work is guaranteed. Joe Atkins Machine Works S. Highway 61 Phone 3142 Night 6153 EXPERT REPAIR means EXTRA went'. H-RJLTCRS UBLITY SHOC SHOP " IZ1 W. M ft I N ST. FINA FOAM . . . the Newly- Developed Bubble Balh for Fine Fabric.'. Rups A- Upholstery docs » speedy foam cleaning Job. ARKANSAS PAINT A GLASS CO. 105 E. Main Phone 2

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