The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 10, 1952
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PAGE TWO BI.TTnKVTT.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 1«, 195J Pat Alullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Janet Michael Becomes Bride In Piggott Mr. and Mrs. William If Michael of Dl.vthcvillc Announce the niarrlage of Ihclr daughter. Miss Belts Janel Michael lo Charles Freddie Entiles, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Burl Battles of Hermondale, Mo The marringc ceremony was per- forn.ed in PiRgott by Judge French Saturday (it 4 p.m. They were accompanied to Pis- gott liy tlieir only two attendants. Miss Joyce l.eona Steele of Blythe- v!!e nnd Elmer Eugene Rallies, of Hormondalc, a nephc\v of the proom Miss Stecle, as maid of hon- cr. cho=c R white frostotl organdy dress over yellow taffeta lor the occasion nnrt wore white accessories complementing her drcf.s. Mr. Battles served as best man. * The bride chose lor her marriage, a ri:tss of white embroidered organdy sfroet length model, featuring a lo\v neckline and moulded rjodlce with lull gathered skirt. Her accessories wprc white. Mrs. Rattles Is a graduate of Blythcvile High school and was a member of the choir and sice club. The groom attended school at Armorel The young couple will make their home In Hermondnle, where Mr. Battles is engaged In farming. Mrs. Baltics Owens-Mathews Rites Held at Mountain Home In the First Methodist Church of Mountain Home, Ark., on Saturday Dance Is Given In Jaycees Club The Jsycce Club was the scene Saturday night for a dance given hy Edwin Wallace. Donald Rice, Bitly Edwards and Johnny Buchanan. Attending the semi-formal dance was more than 100 people of the younger set. The entire room was decorated rilh blue erepe paper to represent the sky and small tables were centered with candttis which caused a French cafe effect. Mrs. Shields Edwards. Mrs. W. E. Wallace und Mrs. Harry Hcatn were chaperons for the occasion. At t/x Hospitals Hospltitl M«. Richard Lott and baby, city Wafti HwplUI Diamlucd: Cwole B«iley, city. John W, Brlstow. city. Ann Well*, Luxor i. Sew-Simple For Playtime 8690 veiling, , Marguerite Matthews, , daughter of Mrs. li. M. Matthews ,nd the late Mr. Matthews, became ho bride ol Dr. William Marvin Owen of Ava, Mo. The single ring ceremony >VM ,ht(i by the Rei'. J. Clarence Wilcox ,n the presence of the Immediate families. The bride has been a member of the Armorel faculty for many years r.nd will return when school reopens In July. Dr Owen, formerly of Armorel lias been doctor In charge of the hospital nt Hull Shoals Dam for the :-ast three years and Is now at Avn Mo. The couple left for their wedding trir to Eureka Springs, and Ej Taney Como, the bride wearing a dress of navy sheer with white ha and other accessories In white nnc navy. They will later make their home In Ava. Presbyterians Meet in Homes Three circles of the Presbyterian lonven of the First Presbyterian Church met In homes of members yesterday and last night. Mrs. Gordon Harris was hostess to IS members of Circle One at her \oir.e yesterday afternoon when one new member, Mrs. Herman Oden was admitted. The two gucsU for the afternoon wert Mrs. Harvey Kldd. Sr.. Memphis and Mrs. Clyde Broach of Warren. Ark. Mrs. Kidd, Sr, led the opening prayer and Mrs. Kidd. Jr., save the Bible study topic of which was •What Is Christ's Place in Your Life " Circle Five members met In the homr: of Mrs. A. O. Hallman wit) Mrs. Gilbert Smythc In charge o! ih : business session. Thirteen mem. ber* were present and visitors included Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs Conner Taylnr. Mrs. Curt Anderson Bnv the Bible study and Mrs. Hug) Hudson was in charge of program "Why We Take Our children T( Sunday School." Mrs Nora Spradley entcrlalnct last, the 8 members of Circle Six Mrs Harvey Kldd, Jr.. was thel RUCS'.. when Mrs. Doyle Turner gav Social hours folowed these pro the Illble study. grmns and Iced drinks and assortei party foods were served. First Baptists Meet at Church Trinity Circles Have Meetings Mrs. Frank Sawyers entertained eight members of Circle One of the Trinity Baptist Church with a visitor. Mrs, G, D, Lewis. Mrs. Hershell Roberts opened the meeting with the first prayer, before a business session and program meeting was conducted. Mrs. E. C. Thompson led the dismissal prayer. Circle Two members met In the home of Mrs. F. J. Austin with 12 members and one visitor. Mrs. Idell Blackard. Mrs. Herman Adah' bc- gnr with prayer nnd Mrs. Bill Crocker taught the lesson before Mrs E, G. Lovcll led dismissal prayer. Social hours followed both nectings. The entire Women's Mlsslonar Union of the First Baptist Churc numbered 39 yesterday when the mci at the church for a month] bu.'lnes-s meeting and Royal scn'ic program. To begin the program, they repented the watchword and their hymn for the ycnr. Mrs. Charles Ntwcomb led prayer anrt Mrs. Ted King presided over the business session. "Meet the Alaskans" was the pro- Rrnn- of which Mrs. Jim Craflon was leader. Mrs. II. H. Brooks gave the devotional and followed It with player. Mrs. Herma Slieppard gave the history and geography of Alaska. "The Baptists In Alaska" was civ- en by Mrs. Lloyd Stirkmon which was followed with prayer and Mrs. Alvln Huffman. Sr.. gave "Fairbanks and Anchorage". Mrs. Charles Evans dismissed with prayer. Bits ot News fr/odtfy f-^er&t Jim Gossett, son of Mrs, Gal Gos- sfitt of Burdette was elected president of the North Arkansas Youth Assembly Saturday. The Methodist Conference which closed Sunday was held at Hendrlx College in Cou- wny. He attended Hcndrlx for the ;ast year as a freshman. Mrs. Carl Avis has returned from Mobile. Ala., where she visited her luehand who is stationed there Mrs Avis IA the former Mist Jcan- ette Keller. Mrs. Russell Gaines, Mrs. Lucian Gaines and nieces, nertlja Ann an< Gena Gainc.s, and Miss Emma nianchard left today (or Young Harris College, Young Harris, Ga, to attend graduation exercises and accompany MKs Mona Joy Gaines home Sunday for the summer. She has just finished her freshman year there and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Russell Gaines. Mrs. Clyde Broach of Warren Is .'.perding several davs here with her .son, C. C, Council!*; and Mrs, Council^. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Jontz and children of Memphis are visiting here this week with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. JonU. Cpl. Floyd A. Trotter, who Is stationed nt Fort Bennings, Ga., spent I he week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Trotter. Mrs S. E. 'nine and children are Shelhyville, Term., as the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart have as theii Riiest, Mrs. Smart's mother, Mrs O. M. Washington of Holly Grove, Ark., who is .spending a-week 1 ere The Smarts drove to Memphis Sunday where they met her Among those attending the funeral of Frank Williams, Jr., In Osceola Sunday were Mrs. C. E. Crlgger Ji., Mrs. Russell Phillips. C. E Cripger, Tir, Russell Phillips, Jr. and Graham PtirUow. The three nen were pallbearers. Pvt. and Mrs. Charles Edward Mullfns left last night for Fort Bninlng, Ga., to make their home, 'here he is stationed. She is the Mrs. Polsgrove Ts Hostess Here Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove entertained members of the Calvary Baptist Church Young Women's Association yesterday. Mrs. Jimmy Garner, who was a guest led opening prayer. The program. "Ship Ahoy." was taken from the Window. Those on the program were Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Miss Berna Fondren Miss Bonnie Webb, Miss Lucenda Cole. Miss Jean Norman, Miss Alice Priest. t\ poem. "Steward Ship Ahoy' was read by Mrs. Garner and Miss Jean Norman led dismissal prayer Miss Peggy Allison is nlsn n visitor Methodists Meet With Guest Mrs. J. W. Ijcroy was » guest lasl night at » meeting of momliers o{ Women's Society of Christian Serv Ice of the Lake Street Mcthcxlis Church. Mrs. Leroy Is the wife of a former pastor of the church. Mrs. Cecil task was In charge o business and the group began b, sinning songs. Mrs. George Shank gave the devotional, and Mrs. Bill King read-scripture from Mark. Mrs Shanks led-discussion from the mn terial on little children. A poem. "I Children Cry, Ti was read by Mrs. C M. Baxter. Meeting was closed wit prayer by Mrs. Baxter. Uallns designers ilcmuuslrale here their acli-ptncss with casual i-UUhcs. \Vide-wjle puiur makfis cowrilinales (UIO in solid colors combined with stripes. Slim, basic dress has ehnny patent belt and huttoii.s, slri|>etl cardigan. Little Ijoy shorts with turn-back cuffs are worn with halter tnp in white. White slub-weave rayon coat (tress (tenter) is buttoned up in gold, helled in while leather. ; There's A red-and-btue leather (oh with iold crt->t. Denim separate* i (rijhl) (ret popcorn ball fringe trim in white cotton. Very full tircle i skirt has apron effect and sleeveless, scoop-neck suntop has (wo rows ot frinre Irim.—By GAILE DUGAS, NBA Woman's Kditor. Careless Hostess May Make Guests Feel They Are Not Very Important "Casual Doesn't Menu Can-Jess," says the title of a piece nbout entertaining nt home in the current issue of a national homes magazine. There arc quite a few hostesses today who could profitably take a Lip from that II- Llc. Ho'.v about the hostess who invites her quests for a barbecue at seven o'clock doesn't have mer Miss Boverly Jones, dangh- j the fire built ? on oT Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Jones. 'vt. Miillins has spent hi& 10-day MVC here and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mulling of Osce!a. John Wesley Pipkin, soil ol Mr. ic Mrs. John Pipkin of Lone Oak, uho was inducted into the army on May 21 Is now stationed at Camp haffee. Ark, Mi. and Mrs. Howard CrUdwell rrave returned to tlieir home after spending the \veek In points of tn- icrest in Mississippi including Gulf Port and BoloxL Edwin Wallace Is aUendlng the summer session at Arkansas State College In Jonesboro. Tie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace. Miss Ruth Stabbs Is vacationing In Crcstview, Fin. She Is the guest cf her sister, Mrs. C. M, Crawford, when they ar- Ruth Millctt rive? By the time they r.rc finally fed at nearer 11 than seven they have vowed either one of two things ,to eat before they come next time or to be sure and be busy the next time they arc invited to that particular house for a meal. That kind of management may pnss for casual ness with the hos- But H seems more like carelessness to the hungry guests. And how about the hostess who so overdoes the idea of relaxing at her own party that there might as well not be a hostess around. Guests don't like to be fussed over, but they do like to be mnde to feel that their comfort Is somebody's busi- quests feel that they weren't important enough for the hostess to really exert herself enough to make them feel like guests. more. Mrs. James Rogers Is hostess to OEO Bridge Club. Blythev ille Duplicate Bridge League has weekly games. Saturday T h e North Carolina-Oklahoma Sugar Bowl film will be shown at the Country Club at 9:15 p.m. Between shampoos, remove surface dust from your hair with a jsieee of cotton saturated with cologne or toilet water. Crawlorrt, who Is stationed there, and their son, Jimmy. She plans to return about July 1. niley Adams, who Is in the Baptist Hospital In Memphis is stated to be greatly Improved and is expected to return home next week. Mr ana" Mrs. John Charles Mar- rt»\v. Ill, announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at Duke Hospt- lal In Durham. N.C. The baby has bern named Marparet Pearson Mar- j before her guests arrived, row for Its grandmother. Mrs, Mar-j Then there is the hostess low Is the former Miss Mary France* Nunn. Careless Hostess Doesn't Prepare For Guests And then there is the hostess who obviously makes no before-hand preparation for expected guests, he has to dear off a (chair before you can sit down, look for the cards if she has invited you for a card gnme. and she Hkely as not leaves you to ninnse yourself for half an hour while sho goes about doing chores that should have been done Coming Events Tuesday East Ride Garden Club meets at. Lake Street Methodist Church at ] 7:30 p.m. Mrs. George Shanks, hos- Icss and Mrs. G. W. Maloncy, program chairman. Mrs. Gene Teaford entertains members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club at her home. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly games at Club. Yarbro HD Club meets in their cUib house. \Vetlnes flay Mrs. C. C. Langston !s hostess to Club Eight. Thursday |" UDC meets at 12:30 p.m. at the. Noble Hotel for luncheon and host- e.sse.- for the occasion will be Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Mrs. G. O. Poelz Mrs. S. E. Webb, Mrs. C. W. Alford. Mrs. Roland Greet), and Mrs. J. D. Fidelis Class of the First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. John Mays. 309 Dougan, tor a business session and social hour at 1:30 Thursday Rook Club meets in the home of-Mrs. Neville Blake- BROWN'S ANTIQUES 1063 Holly Street -FURNITURE- Beds Lincoln Rocker Occasional Tables Chairs 2 Manual Organs Marble Top Drester Marble Top Tablet Small Chest Secretary Desks What-Not China-Cut Glass-Brass-Picture Frames-Clock* Marriage Licenses 'Hie fnl lowing couple yesterday a marriage license nt the office of the County Court Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Dlyllic Parker: Theodore Reece nnrt Miss Fsye Skinner, both of Lcachvllle. Second Birthday Celebrated Here Sharon Kay Perkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Perkins, cclc- brp-tcc? her second birthday Sunday rvt Uiolr home when 13 guests were preynnt. The children played games on the town and were presented favors. Mrs Perkins, with the assistance nt Mrs Harold Eubanks. Mrs. Richard Swnln find Miss Doris Perkins, sei "rd thp tittle guests birthday cake and Ice cream. To rid your slip of ft soiled streak nt the hem. scrub H wKh a wpll- snnpeil brush before putting the tfi Into the suds for laundering. This applies to your shoulder straps, as well. By Sue Burnett Here Is a darling little play dress j that is the easiest kind of sewing. | nnd all she needs for summer play- j time. Skirt and paiUIe are cut \n one piece, wrapped around and lie in front. Trim with "bold ric rac. Pattern Xo. £690 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 1. 2. 3, 4, 5. 6 years. Size 2, 2's yards of 39- inch For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, si/.e desired, nnd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 3"io Quiiu-y St.. Chicago 6. Til. Send 25 cents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52, It shows you how (o make your wardrobe do double duty with economical, timesaving styles. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. FOR IMPROVED K1DHEY FUNCTION Subnormal Jo'dntj- function waj improved, Bladder pain «nd diKonv /on reduced in most obie r\ed cajes after drinking Mountain Valley Water. Delidoui — deliv' ertd right to jrou. LIBERTY CASH GROCERY Ml West Main BVD Specials Ice Cream Soda - - Fresh Strawberry Sundae Plate Lunch - - Vanilla Ice Cream • pt. KIRBY DRUG COMPANY Kelly Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Jones is spending this week nt Baylor Prep School In Chattanooga for camp. Cnrl Paul, who has been tn Walls Hospital for the past week, Is reported improving. Mrs. Sarnh Wise left today to Join her husband John P. Wise at the Air Station Rt Norfolk. Va, She was accompanied by her sis- Mrs. Richard Villtncuve North Creek. N.Y who takes pride in always putting her guests to work. You may find your- BVD self doing dishes in your best dress and thinking resentfully that such sharc-thc-work hostesses ought at least to tell their guests to bring kitchen aprons when they invite them for a meal. Such hostesses CO mistake careless entertaining for casual entertaining. And in rtoiiiK so they make Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. FREE INSTALLATION ON ANY BENDIX WASHER Sold Tomorrow (June 11) This Is Strictly a 1-Day Special Second & Main \clmissi(in <)c & 30c At All Times ibe guest. 1 ; of their parents, Mr. nncJ TUKS.-WED.-THURS. 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