The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 12, 1952
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PAGB roim BMTHETfLLE Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Crowe-Parrish Rites Held in Hernando, Miss. Mr. mid Mrs. I*e A. Crowe are now at home in BlylheviHc foUo'iv- inp their recent marriage in Hrr- nnudcvMtes.. May 2-1 at, 8:30 p.m. •I a single ring ceremony. The bride I* the former Miss Rnso Emma Fairish and daughter of Mrs. AH-a Pnrrish. Mr. Crone's mother is Mrs. Eva Crowe. Foi her marriage, the bride wire • white sheath, ovf-r which she wore a white lace duster wh:r!i cl'sod with rhliieMone clips. She wore a small white hat sprinkled wjlh rhitie.stonps and whit* lace gloves. Her other accessories v-v/e multicolor. The coii|)I« then continued a tour of Mississippi and other southern »t'ites before returning home. Mrs. Crowe is a graduate .>f Blythevilte High School and U now employed by Dreifus Jewelry Co. Mt Crowe is asociated with Farmers Bank and Trust Company. The first of bridal events for 1 Mr.s. Crowe was a miscellaneous j sliov er given last night by Mls.s Juanita Hall and Mrs. Juanita Weaver at the Hall home on Maultrie Drive. Thr party was held on ihe lawn with approximately 25 guests who played party games. Miss Dorothy Rice was prize winner. The bride's table was overlaid with linen and a display of her gifts. She was presented a corsaRe of red ctrnations, Mrs. Crow* chose for the evening's entertainment, R dress of navy blue sheer cotton with snow white trim. Other honored guests were the toiiplr'ji mothers, Mrs. Eva Crowe • nd Mrs. Alva Parrish. The refreshment Uble, from which hors d'ouvres and Iced drinks were aerved was overlaid with linen »na centered with spring flowers. TO JAPAN'—Mrs. KUKCIH: K,:b-. son (jf Gscpota, tin- ioj-inr-r Miss Dflor(-s Shoemaker, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. II. C. Kliormaker, Ls leaving Sunday U> join her hu.s- band. First Sgt. Kuyenr.' Rolisou, in Yokohojiia, Japan. Sst. Robsou is the son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H, Rob.son, Si-., of ISlytheville. Mr.s. rtohson and her si-slcr, Mrs, Kd- gar You UK, will drive to'. Wnsh., where Mrs. Rub.son will board a ship for her journey to Japan. Mrs. Young will return home bv train. Final Meeting Held by DAR, Tht fln»l meetlnj of the year was held Tuesday for members of the Charlevoix Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. They met for a 1 p.m. luncheon at Hotel Noble In the Colonial Room. Mri. E. B, Woodson, regent, pre- atded over the session and Mrs. C. L. McWaterB was In charge of the program, subject o£ which w»» 4 'Flag Day." Mr». W. M. Williams was Introduced *s a new member of the chapter. _;. ... Hoatesttft for; ( ftif .occasion included Mrs. Woodinn, Mrs. Charles Fenn fend Mrs. 8. P. Martin. Hobo-Canasta Honors Graduate Mr.s, C. A. Taut honored MLss Nita lost Hall, recent graduate of Slythrvile High School, yesterday (Mth a liobo-eaiia.sln party at her sonir on Uougnn. 'i'he twelve guests came dressed in horUs and jeans nnd \\cre K'veu allies nin<Ie of brown sack jnipcr ic<I with string. These were passed in R skillet. Sign* on the ;atr and front door Indicated that 'hobos" were to the back en- That Woder Pair Bits ol News • lltj I ersttnat Mrs. C. C. Councille was in Memphis yesterday to t;tke Mr.s. Harvey IJroach, who has been her houseguest fur several days, to «o by bus to her home in Warren, Ark. Mrs. George Myrlck of Little Hock f.rrJved yesterday Ji tier noon to visit her nk'te, Mrs. W. K. Huchanan, iuuJ family. LI, Col. and Mr.s Jolm S. Hudson' ana daughter. Susan, lelt today for \ Kev Burn. N. C., whom they willj rcii am tjnli) July ]. Col. Hudson j lias Just returned (rum England. I Mi's HtJttson has x\wul several | jnonlli.s with her pure/Us, Mr. and 1 MIS ;:, n. Woodson. | yuf-st of Mi nnd Mrs THTJMCAT, JUNE 1J, This year's bride r:m lie as fnrjnal or as informal as she likes at her own wedding. She ran ape ml a tiltle or a lol, wear a lone or short mid family la.I | dress. No matter what her choice, American designers have seen to it that she'll look prelty. Junior bride (left) chnnses romantic. fuU- .skirled short dress in white cotton iare over pink taffeta. 'Ilironl- iine is rut In a high V. Formal bride (tenter) wears lustrou.s p*au d'ange lac« harked with white satin. A full skirt trails off into a train; sleeves ar« short. Pleated net is useil for bih and repeated Victor Mallory nlpiiii was Van Wright, of Little Roil: ] Miss JiiHiiita H.'ill and Mrs, M,i-! Mr Matthews wiJI loa\e ttnoiTuw i for Phoenix, An/., to he the guests 1 of Mrs, Miuthews' daughter, Mrs. | Vinjinlfi Fnyft Gabbnrd, for a week. [ MrM will auompany them \ back to HlythL-villc. Donna Dedman. diuwluer of Mr. and Mr.s. R. L. Deciiiinii, served as a junior hostess at the UUC Ti-a given at the George Florida home in Osceola Tuesday. Mr.s. M. Fifzsinnnons. Mrs. 1. O, Wfhtbroob, nnd Mr.s. ft. L. Dedmnn attended the U1JC Tea in O&ccolu. Tuesday, as hip insert. She wears malrhEnff elbow-length gloves. Her small admirers wear floor-length dresses in blue lulte trimmed witti witle bands of chuntilly laie in an apron effect that sweeps to the bnrk in bustle puff. Informal bride (rjghl} picks short lace wedding dress in pale pink with halter-jiec-k and cover-up bolero. This is a dress that need nol be packed away in tissue paper when the wedding's over, A very full skirl of net is topped by a lace apron effect; Ihe waist is cinched in with prosgrain ribbon sash in matchmg pink.. Master-point Night At Country Club masterpoijit night Clllb wnen Umj1 '- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. .lasers and children. Linda and Jimmy, returned home yesterday from a two- weeks vacation in Florida. Mr. nml Mrs. Raymond Schrnuck and Mr. and Mr.s. R. N. Payne have rcltirnnd Irom a tour of Florida. Mrs. Lenlrlce Bnrharn of Bloom field. Mo., Is the guest ol Mrs. C. A. Taut and Mr. nnd Mrs. George Barbain: Winning prizes were Miss Sally rieschmann find Miss Jane VS'il- on who were given gifts wrapped n newspapers. They were -served a picnic shoe- box lunch tied In a red bandana and fastened on the end oE n stick. The honoree was presented a sift. Rustic Inn Scene Of Dessert-Bridge Irs. Charles Lungston^entcrtained __Lerciay with a cle&serl-brldKc at Rustic Inn, when she was hostess to members of Club Eight. She had as nor guest.s. other than club members, Mrs. Sum Owen and Mrs. R. W. Nichols. During tlie afternoon, bridge games were played nnd Mrs. Nichols won first plncc; Mrs Otto Scrape won second prize and the bridge. For her decoration, she used a mixture of spring lowers in profusion. Tue.sday al the Coi cute Bridge league played table Howell movement. Winning /list place vwe Mrs. H. C. Sims und Mrs. Ft, F. Ktrshnpr. In .second place were- Mr.s. rtussol) Phil| lips and Bernard Gooch. Third place 'Midcd in a three-way tie among virs. w. A. Afflkk aiid Mr.s. Matt .lonnehan, Mrs. Joe Ferguson and Mrs. Georgia Bailey, Mrs. Frank rlEsby nnd Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins. H was announced thnt the league 111 play next Wednesday night nnd here would be no games on Tues- lay. Coming Events Thursday 12:30 p.m. at the Mrs. T. Alexandra, who has been visiting her granddaughter In Long Bench, Calif., f or the past five months, has returned home. Cpl. and Mrs. John Haynes of Bi'oxi, Miss., were visitors In th» home of Mrs. Haynes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Alexandra. Miss Betty Jones and Miss Cherry Sue Barnes visited friends In Manila Sunday. MLs.s Joan Richardson, who hai beer, suffering with burns she received on her hands from lighting a ga$. stove, is reported Improved. Mr and Mr.s. Arthur Penter and family of Hell were guests in the home of her parents, Mr. tuul Mrs, R L, Hawkins, Sunday. The occasion was Mrs. Pemnr's birthday nnd a birthday dinner was served, Mi. and Mrs. Jack Buck visited V fi. Poplar Bluff, Mo., Sunday with his mother. Mrs. John Buck, and Sam Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Verciie Va.stblnder, Mi and Mrs. I.eland Hodge, Mr. and Mr.s. Jim Ai-grove and family ai.d Mis.s Earllne Richardson at- tenoed n fbh fry at tbe home of Ml and Mrs. Ouideon Howard on Holiday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck spent t.ic week end at Whiskey Chute on n f>hhiK trip. They were accompanied by Mr. and. Mrs. Kugena Davis. To ° Few ^ The Husbands Realize Mrs. A. D. Priest Wins First Place In a meeting of members of Kast Side Garden Club held at Lake Street Methodist Church, Mrs. A. D Priest won first place in the Mower arrangement and Mrs, Lee Styles won second. Mrs. priest, president, opened the meeting nnd Mrs. George McGhe- hcy led prayer. Mrs. J. W. Wooliitn gave the devotional and Mrs, .1. W. Malonny gave an article on "Insects and Prey." Mrs. B. A. Bugg gave an article on "Insecticides" and "Fungicides," nnd Mn. Priest gave a demonstration on flower arrangement. Dogwood HD Club Has Eight Present Eii'ht members and two pupst.s of the Dogwood Home Demonstration CluL- met yesterday at the club Group opened Itie meet- Ladies Class Has Business Meeting- Members ofHhc Ladies AdtiH Sunday School" Class ot Trinity Baptist Church met Tuesday night for R hminess nnd soclnl meeting In the home nf Mrs. Hcr.shcll Robinson. Twelve members and one guest attended when Mrs. E. C. Fnrkf gave the devotional. The dLstnl.vsal prayer \vas given by the hostPfw, The hosiers served Iced driui;. 1 and assorted party (ood.s following the meeting. Airs. 'Hunt Honored By Chancel Choir ing before Mrs. Tra Koonoe scripture and Mr.s. T. S. prttycrt. Mrs. Bill Cnblr. president-. M, S . N> y Hunt, who 15 moving t« pie^iced over the meeting in which ' Memphis 'WHS honoree niglu n M.s Parker discussed enrdcnlujt. I A social period following choir prac TIip -eye opener." a bronze kcltlp.jMcc nf the Chancel Choir of thi wn? pfe^rnted by Mrs. Charley , First Baptist Church. I '" 1l%s j Centcrinir the refieshtneul table In the soriitl period following, j in the church dining rnnm was a sil- Mr-. Jim L-itt's U'ri in g;*mes nnd | vrr compotR filled with floating Mis Bud Gimlr-r won tlie door - p;m?ie*;. pi-7t Mrs. Konnce nnd Mr.s. Jimj Mrs. John B. Lpwi^ made the prf- Lnu-f- were hostesses and served TC- ] .sent :it ion of n gift from the choir f :T5h!HfiHs. ( to MLS. Hunt. kVestbrook Home Scene of YWA lsji Kalherine Wrstbrook was loste.-s Monday nlRht to inembera of the Young Women's Association tor a lesson from the mission book. Seven m e tubers were prese t] t f o r .\\R study from "Tangled Threads," which was given by Mrs. C. L. Svans. Miss Maxine Overman led n prayer and dismissed the class. Miss Wcstbrook served her guests refreshments Inter in the evening. At the Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dlfiniissed: Mrs. Robert Elrod, Wilson Edna Fllankenship, Hteele Atrs Howard Gillam. City Willis Hospital lxtr.lsAcd: Mrs. T. J. Hansford and baby City Mrs. Loretta Canamore and baby- City Mrs. Ernest Flag, City Bobby Dixon. Rt. 4 Mrs. Hubert Boyd, Luxora Mrs. A. C. Bunch. City I, O, Westbrook, Mrs. G. O, Poe',?. Mrs S, E. Wrbb, Mrs. C. W. Alford.i .Mr.s. Roland Oret^i, and Mrs. J. n.j I3;nks(fiile,--pospo]Kd. Fidelis Class of the First Chinch meets with Mrs. Jolin: Mays. 30D Dougan, for a business' • Rsion and social hour at 7:30 p,rn. Thur.sday Rook Club meets In t- home of Mr.s. Neville Blakemore. Mrs. James Rogers is hostess to OEO Bridge Club. Biythcville Duplicate Bridge Lenyne has weekly games. Mary Martha Class of First Bap- tL.t Church meets in the home of O, R. Red ford on Armorel at 7 p.m. for Annual Sunday School Dinner and Program. Co hcKTf!o--cs SIR Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Mrs. Florence Chambers. Friday Mr.s. Russell C- Farr entertains members of Friday Contract Club at 2 p.m. Men's stag party at 7 p.m. with! buffet supper at Country Club. Wives' Need For Affection A farm wile writes me: "I am a wife nnd mother of three of t h e .sweetest children in the world. I have luni. a good husbaond and I love iding the first year we were j married, if he left home to be gone kiss me goodbye. Now he never does that, or speaks of his love. I desperately need to have him s h o w me some affection in such small ways he kiss leaves or conies SMALL EXPRESSIONS OF AFFECTION IMPORTANT For it speaks for every woman v>ho loves a man and is hurt and rebuffed by his unwillingness to his love tn the ways that are important to a woman. As this wife points out, it is hard for n woman to tell the man she loves that she wishes he were more affectionate. ThiU would only make them both self-conscious. That !K why T am hoping a lot of husbands will read the letter printed above and take the their own wives may not feel able to give them. H you've quit kissing 1 your wife goodbye when you leave in the home after being j morning and again when you come I home at night; if you've all but times I have tried to I forgotten the pet names you used I feel he made fool for asking for a show of affection. "What I want to know is, am I expecting t o o much? Do other women suffer the same hunger Dorcas Class of the First Baptist " ?''" ?-, T, "I'"' hunsrer hnrrh h.^ a ->-in „ „, mooHr,., ,. for «Wection? If so where have , meeting at Church has the cbnrch. Saturday The North Carolina-Oklahoma Sugar Bowl film will be shown at the Country Club at fl:I5 p.m. Marriage Licenses The following couples ycsterda.i obtained marriage licenses nt the office of the County Court Clerk, Mr.s, Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Mathfas V. Cipelle. Detroit, Mich., ami Miss Huth Byrd. Kansas City. Kan. James Rid^way Storklcy, MnriiVii. Ark., and Miss Vivian Patterson. Blvthnvillp. ' Actress Dotfj'e Lamour \Parts with Clothing, Too, But Not Panties NEW YORK f^P) — The Idea of coeds parting with their unmentionables via recent collegiate "panty raids" is nothing neu- to Dorothy | Lnmour. She's been parting with ! clothing for years. j Paramount Pictures report* here that several hundred Lamour sarongs adorn the rooms of college men, servicemen's quarters and j even museums. She claims one of j her sarongs is in the Smithsonian < Institution in Washington. J During World War IT many of j her sarongs were auctioned off to j sptir Bond drives. A Texan onre •• parted with $337.850 for one of the ! we failed? "Perhaps I should be telling my husband all this Instead of you, but how to do so is my problem." I am priming that wife's letter in the hope that A lot of men who regard themselves proudly as the strong, silent type will read it. to call her; if you never give hei an unexpected kiss when she busy al her housework, or take the trouble to tell her how pretty she looks, you are starving- your wife. She'll probably never tell you so, and that is what makes it real tragedy. Don't let flimsy curtains blow over flames, ash trays, light bulbs or kerosene lamps. When buying ne\v curtains-, you might consider the fireproof ones made of spun glass colorful garments. The one-humped camel does not reach full maturity until about its IGth year. School of Dancing BALLET — TAP — ACROBATIC CLASSES BEGIN TUESDAY, JUNE 17th Registration Thursday thru Saturday Shirley King 1600 W. Main Phone 2050 Bv Sue Burnett i Ee-,v two attractive o::Uit> from one |iatt".n! A vmple. appeal:up sundress that rajiUir-s e\ery hrrrzc . Add the deftly (it ting JLirker a nil yo.iVe ihe smartest select co-aurne you'll find. • Pattern No. 8752 i-- a s^v -rite per- • for.itPd r,T:?ru in <=;/ s 11. 12. !3. 14,; 16. Ifi 20, Si?r i2. orrsy. .T, yards ! n c . n-iniii; jiuk't. sl.ort .«lrcvp. 2 1 yavds. ! For this iia:;« ;n. soud 30i' tn COINS, yo'.ir name, atidiTss. .M/C : defied ,a;:ri the PATTERN' NUM- FF^? !«> S-.P BurnF-ti. Courier Ne\v-5 375 QjJiPry St.. Chi HHO 6. III. S?ud 2J rf*nis (,iaay ior yo;ir rojn of Bs^ir, FASHION '52. It show*. yo.i how to riLn!:? vo;;r wanlrobe do t!oui>lo (inly ividi rconoiniraK time- Caving styles. GUi pattern printed inside. 25 cents. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION THURSDAY & FRIDAY M-G-M'S DRAMA OF PRIMITIVE PASSIONS CONCRETE CULVERT TILE Si7f5 up (n 36 in. Corrugated .Metal Culverts Slirs up lo 84 in. A. H. WEBB ArlomAtlc Flood Gatfs Concrete A M«tal Sfpllc TanXs Sf «rr Tile B«t Prltn We Deliver Hlshwai fil ,t Stale I.In* Mion« 7U PnnimiMint News. Cailonn & Novelty Reel R1TZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Ucgcnnld Mr. & Mrs. .1. \V. Adams & Family Picture Yourself In THE PLAID SUIT 12.95 Accenting the buslline, slimming tlie liipliiie . . . that's Maurice Handler's flattering Plaid Suit. Choose from pink & black, red & black, while & black. Fine rayon lastex. And only $12.95! Fcinbeig's collection of glamorous swim suits by Maurice Handler, Sea N'ymph and Sea Goddess are here at low prices . . . $5.99 to 512.05. FEINBERG'S Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c * 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature Also Cartoon FKII)AY ft SATURDAY Double Feature O'JTLA'.VED MEN WITH BUT ONE THOUGHT SIIEHC£ M'lASH'! —— r TREMENDOUS.. ,, ^ s Serial: "Nyoke nnd the Tigcrman" & Cartoon

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