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June 13, 1952

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PAGE TWO (ARK.) ,COU»IER KBW» mn n, <? . J. czodetu, Aullins,'Society Editor i f Pat Mullins, .Society Phon* 4461 Bride-Elect Vivian Patterson Is Honored Here The first In t, scries of pro-nuptial events tor bride-elect Miss Vivian Patterson was bridge luncheon given yesterday nt the Blythevllle Country Club by Miss Maureen Norrls. A 1 p.m. luncheon wns served In an appropriate setting of white and green. White petunias and oilier 'white spring blossoms were ilr- ranged in shapes of wedding rings, place cards and tallies nl^o carried out Hie wedding ring motif Out-of-town guests for Hie affair were Mrs. Charles Stockley ol Marion, groom-elect's mother. Miss Barbara Merely of West. Memphis, Miss Marian Hall of Pasadena, Calif., houseguest of the hostess, smt Miss Carol Harrison of Norforlc. Ncbr., houseguest of Miss Roberta Eracey, Following the two-course luncheon, bridge games were, conducted In the sun parlor of the club as Mrs. Stockley won first prize, n bridge table cover; Mrs. Mac Wtl- Itams, Jr.. won second prize, guest match boxes; and Miss Shirley King won third prize, a box of stationery.- In the receiving line were Mrs. Samuel F. .NorrLs, mother of the hostess; Miss Morris, the honoree, and her mother, Mrs. S. S. Pntter- Bon. Miss Patterson chose for the afternoon's activities, a trousseau frock of rich powder blue tucked cotton worn over hoops. She wns presented a corsage of white carnations. Her gift from the hostess was an Imported tea set. Miss Patterson will marry James Rlngway Stockley of Marlon in a July ceremony. Elizabeth Moss Is Honored at Bridal Shower Cor.timiltig prc-nupttal events for Mis? Elteabrth Mass, bride-elect of Bob nice of West Point. Miss,, was R huffet .supper given last night in thn Palmer Slanton home in Osceola. Co-hostesses were Miss Sara Star.ton of Memphis and Mrs. P. L. Harper of Atlanta, Ga. Out-of-town guests Included Mrs. T. R Short, of Memphis, aunt of the bride-elect, nnri Misses Jna Ellis and Gloria Crosby of Blythevllle. Floral decora I Ions were pink larkFptir and baby breath used In inclusion throughout the cnlertaln- inj; moms. In game. 1 ; conducted clur- !np the evening, each guest wrote lirr favorite recipe for the bride-to- bo Miss Moss chose for the occasion a summer sheer pastel printed aftcr- noon gown wifh which she wore while accessories. Siie wiis presented gift. 1 ) of silver and linen. Bits ot News Capt. Irene Johnson, who recently returned from Korea is the gues ot her mother, Mrs. C. E. Johnson Jessie Sritc has had as guests Mrs Frank BraunUck of Tulsa and Mrs W. P. De Yamperl and grand sor, of Smackover. Mi. and Mrs. W. Moss o look Club, Guests Meet in Home Mrs. Neville BJackmore enter- alned members of the Thursday took Club yesterday at her home when Mrs. T. W. Goforth and Mrs. John Scott were guest*, Gladioli In * fan-shaped arrangement were used In decoration ol -he house. Mr5. W. B. Mayo won high prlae and Mrfi. Goforth won second. Mrs, Leon Scherer won the rooko. During the afternoon's entertain ment. light refreshments were served. Sugar Bowl film Rally is Held At Wilson Church Fidelis Class Hears Talk on Korea Mrs, John Ma yes was n osiers 11 members of the Ftdclls Class o tlic First Baptist Church for n busl litrr. meeting En which Mrs. Franc! Wood presided in the absence of Uio president. A special guest of the group was Captain Irene Johnson, recently home- from Korea to visit her mother Mrs. E. C. Johnson. A highlight of Ihe meeting waa Lhc talk Capt. Johnson gave concerning the Korean and Japanese customs about churches, marriage vows, orphau- npe- 1 and hospitals, ; Mrs. Johnson gave a prayer and Mrs Enola Wright gave a devotional Horn the 50th chapter of Proverbs, Mrs. K. T. Hubbard assisted Mrs. Hayes in serving a dessert course. WILSON—"Learn From Me 13 \vns the topic of the Mississippi County Assoclatlonal Training Union Rally held at First Baptist Church hi Wllaon Tuesday night. Mist Grace Ixjvelace. assocfatlonal education director and education director of * Tint Baptist Church In Osceola representatives from over the county were and 110 church « pTf»nt. The scripture was given by six young people form OaceolR. Following the roll call, departmental conferences were held for each age group. Leaden of the departments •were Ambrose Teaford of Osceota, pastors, dtte<^B, : fcndfC]»enl. officers; Mrt'.lHStoj'Stbvall. o( -llary's Chap«l, ftdult; Hfc*. W, ,0, Ro«nh : of •Manila, yoontf people'* counselors Mrs. C. A. Johnson of Blythevllle. Intel mediate directors and leaders; Mrs. Jim Tompkins of Blytheville, Junior directors; Miss June Buchanan of Blythevllle, primary leaders and associates; Mrs. John Mnyes of Blythevllle, nursery leaders and associates, .'» chorus made up of young pen- pie from Manila, Tomato, DcH nmi Osceola sang a special song "Make ML A Blessing", directed, by Mrs. Ed Williams of Wilson. Mrs. Wtl- lir HIE worked with the young people during the conferences. J. A. Hogan. a graduate of Southern Baptist College at Wnlnut Ridge and Carroll Evnns, B gradu- atr of Oiifichlta College at Arka- dclphla, give talks on "Christian Eriucbtion and its Influence". In their talk, each told of hts cxperl- Games End in Tie For Second Place A three-table Howcll movement was played lost nlglit hy members of the BlyLhcvllle Duplicate Bridge League, which ended In a tie for secroi;d plnce. Winning flrst were Mrs. O, W. McCutchen and Jim Role son. Tie- Ing for second were Mrs, Russell Phillips find Harry W. Halnes, nnd Mrs. Frank Grlgsby and Foy Etch Eeson. High Two Club Tenn., will arrive today They will be accompanied home b their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Moss tomorrow. Miss Carol Harrison ot Norlorlc Neb., is the guest of Mfss Robert Bracey. Mi. and Mrs. J. E. Babb of Mo b'lc, Ala., arc the guests of Mr. an Mrs, T. A. Folger this week. Second LU Jack W, Cook arrived yesterday from the United Slates Naval Academy, Annapolis to visit liis mother, Mrs. Gertrude Cook and cthoi rein lives. He stopped cnroute at Roanokc, Va,, for several clays. Lt. Cook will report August 6 to Bambrklge, Ga. Miss Peggy Flccmnn of Manila is In Memphis Baptist Memorial Hospital where she underwent surgery yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. niH Crawford left today for Hardy where Ihey will spend the summer, Mrs, Ted Howser was in Memphis yesterday when she was accompanied home by Mr. Howser, who 13 n patient at Kennedy General Hospital. Patricia Joyn Is the name given tht infant daughter of Cjil. nnd. Mrs, Murlon Utley, born Tuesday at Wall? Hospital, and is their second child Cpl- Utley has been in Korea he past nine months where he Is a dispatcher with the Transient Truck division, Mrs, Utley, the former Miss Wtllownct Lindsey, Is making ,cr home with her husband's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Utiey. Mr and Mrs. Wilson Forrest of Memphis visited Mr. Forrest's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N, Forrest and family. He also visited his sisters, Mrs Herman Hart and family of Burdtltc. Mrs. Ewell Walters and family of Luxora, and Mr. and Mrs. AIHe O'Neal. Mi. ami Mrs, E. B. Thomas have as their guests this week, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Jennings of Mammoth Springs, who have attended the Mrthodlst Conference. Ddn Hickmin will leave tomorrow aftci B visit with his mother, Mrs. K. n. Thomn.i and Mr. Thomas. Mr. Hirkmon, who Is an Instructor at of'/Illinois. Champlaln, GEO Club Meets In Rogers JHome Mrs. Jamcx Rogers enterUined members ol the GEO Bridge Club iUrelny at her home wllh nl members present (or the activities of the afternoon. Mi.ss Vcra Goodrich won firs' place and Mrs. Harold D.ivls won second. Brldgo went to Miss Jeltye Huffman. The hostess served a desser course and used for decoration; i prolusion of summer (lowers. Coming Events Men'5 stag party at 7 p.m. with wflct supper at Country Club. Saturday The North Carolina-Oklahoma be ihown at he Country Club at 9:15 p.m. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained a marriage .license at the office of the County Court Clei'k, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Raul Garcia and Miss Olivia Gal \an, both of Cooler, Mo. OSCEOLANEWS By Betty* Neftc Slur Mrs. Webb Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Clarence Webb was hostess to members of the La Nueve Club yesterday in her home. Mrs. Ben Mac White won first place and Mrs. CoJeman Stevens won second. During the games, the hostess served a salad course and iced drinks. Attractive Home Boost$ Egos Things a husband may not tell a wife, but which every woman ough to know: I That having » well-kept, attrac-1 live home is Important to a man., Next to his work that's his most important way of saying to the world: "I'm somebody," That hts wife's appearance Is always important to him. And Dial doesn't mean just when they're go- to a party, is always his and there- LUXORA NEWS B; MRS. G. G. DRIVER n i T*o Bridge Club met yesterday In the home o] Mrs. Forrest Moore for a dcsserl bridge. Mrs. IMoore used pnstcl shades of sweet pens in profusion throughout the rooms in which games were played. VlH j . . -<lo v hls duLLea thla «um Mac Grain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Grain, has returned from a vacation in Baton Rouge, LA., where he visited Marvin Lee Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mnrvln Smith. Mr and Mrs. T. R. Coleman have ns their B n Mrs. Cole man's sister.. Mr*.-- Richard Doggett, Mr. Dog- Simply Wonderful Mrs. John Burnctte wns the only "\\ '^nrt""sori," Richard, iicsl who met with the club, win- dnlc Miss. who ar prizes were Mrs. Herman Bo- shares nnd Mrs. Floyd Seny. Mary Mavtha Class Has 18 Present Eighteen members of Mary Martha Sunday School Clr\s.s of Hie First Baptist Church met Inst night In tlm home of Mrs. O. N. Redford, Their guest \vns Betty Tomlinson, inecu of Ntrs. Ariolph Kcinlckc. who Is prejictcnt of the group, nnd presided over the business session. A politick supper wns served and Mrs. Hcrnmn Sheppard RBVC the dcvotlonnl. n story of Joshua. 8839 By Sue Burnett Twin scallops finish the side clos Ing and hipline of this cool, collar less dress for nil around wear, Tli the belt so'tly In a bow. Our clearl} Illustrated sew chart guides yoi smoothly and easily. Pattern No. 8839 is a sew-rite per forated pattern in sizes 12. 14, 16 18, 20; 40. 42. Size 14, 4 yards o 39-inch, For this pattern, send 30c I COINS, your name, address, sl desired, and the PATTERN NUM BER to Sue Burnett. Courier New: 315 Qulney St.i Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '52 is fille with ideas ,to make your clothe budget go further—time-saving an economical designs that flre easy t sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 2. cents. ice tn B Christian college. C. A. Johnson of Blytheville. Mis- spippi County missionary, offered u closing prayer. r., o . Miss., who are spend |, la a wcc k here ; Vrs j. c . Drc . ka returned home yestcrdny following a visit with her brother. W. A. Phillips, and Mrs Phillips of Columbia, Miss. She wn Joined by a sister. Mrs. R. N Townsenrt of Memphis, who made t'.ie trip with her. Mrs. Ralph L. Odlcy and ter. Harriet Ann, of Lexington. Ky are vifitinK Mrs. Oriley's mother jY.rs Virgil R. Greene. G. C. Driver, Jr., who has been a puticnt at the Kennedy Hospital In returned home Wednesday. Memphis for the past two weeks Mrs. Charlie Watson returned home Saturday from the Methodist Hospital In Memphis where she underwent mirgery. Mrs. J. W. Johnson • of Russcll- villf Is visiting her parents, Mr nd Mrs. E. J. Hickerson. Kay Vine of KHgorc. Texas, Is a ouseguest of her aunt, Mrs. Harrj tar.iord, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pate returnee Lome Sunday from a recent trip to Colorado and'a tour of the west. Miss Diane Stephens is visiting er grandfather In Shannon, MEss, or two weeks. Mrs. Charles Ramey and children 'Immy and Nancy, of Chicago ar Isiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs V. C. Howard. Mrs. Elmer Hall entertained he .wo--table bridge club Monday nigh at her home with two guests pres ent, Mrs, Logan Rozelle and Mrs. Roy Owen. Mrs. Lester 'Stephen* .-01: high score for the evening ; tunes and Mrs. Hall won second ilgh. The hostess -served a salad course after the games. Mrs. Joe Gentry was hostess last Tuesday night to the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church. Nine members were present for the business meeting piesided over by the President, Mrs. Gei-Lry. Mrs. T. D, Wilklns had charge of the program with responsive readings by the members. After n Foclnl hour, the hostess served a dessert course. Mr nnd Mrs. Russell Bowen entertained their three-table card club last Saturday night with a dinner at their home. During the evening games high score was \vor by Mrs. A. B. Rozclle and John Forci At the Hospitals ni>tln-vlllr Hfisplt.ll DLFrnlsscrl: Howard Rncklev. Luxora W.ills Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. M. T. Utley and baby. Kol- MlM Lanffston Honored | Social events this week in Osceola centered around the bridge party honoring bride-elect Miss Sarah Langston, who will marry Jack Sartain in a church wedding during the sumAer. Mrs. Elliott Sartain complimented Miss Langston Tuesday night, in the first in a series of planned parties for her. The dining table witr. its traditional green and white color scheme was centered with siivei bowl filled with madonna lilies and flanked by stately white burning tapers. Green and white was carried out in the dessert course of lime sherbet and petit-fours which were replicas of the bride's bouquet she will carry on her wedding day, Throughout the entertaining room, where the 36 guests played bridge, wort arrangements of chalk while fl jwcrs Interspersed with greenery Each of the Individual tables were centered with a single rose floating in a miniature container. Foi the party. Miss Langstoi cljosr a navy cotton lace over starched pet tit oat. Her accessories WPI-P in chalk white. The hostes. marked her place at the table wltj a colonial corsage of mixed summc Mrs. R. C. Langston wa represents live, even if she is just doing the family in a r k e t i n g. Ruth MHIett (wives who do heir shopping at HIP nearest com- nunity center in blue jeans or' shorts certainly fail to realize that act,) That he prefers to be treated as a man and not as a husband when he two are together In public. That means that he is "Jim"—not "Daring." And at the other extreme he )re/ers that'his wife gives him a )UlLd-up. rather than tearing him down. That he rtocsn't want to be reminded all the time about how hard j nis wife works. That makes him fee3 j like a failure, for It always implies" that her lot is harder than that of other women. Consult Him Before Deciding on Important Items That he likes to be consulted on important family matters BEFORE his wife makes up her mind whet is going to be done—not afterward. You can't keep a man feeling that he Is the real head of the family If you just make a pretense of talk- Ing things over with him and asking his advice. That he loves being catered to n little at home. That may be his only chance of being made to feet that, he really Is a pretty important also presented a corsage. A place setting in Miss Langstou'.. always his j chosen pattern in silver was pre- There ar« three typ«« of t««, with the difference being controlled im procesilng. Black tea li fermented, green tea U unfermenUd, and oolong tea I* eml-fermented. Bowie of cornflower* and coreopsis vere In the living room and porch \»r«. Charlie Hale to play bridge, where the (ue<U played. Mrs. Elec- Perrln, Mr«. Earl Futch ot , Fla., Miss June Rhodes and VJ.-s. Claude Lloyd played with the members. Misc Rhodes won tht high gti&st prize and Mrs. J. L. Ward was high winner In the club. Hu Birthday Party Donna Mears celebrated her second birthday Tuesday by having a awn party at her home. The tiered birthday cake with animal cracker marching over It, was the center of attraction for tricycle set. Ice cieam nnd punch was served to Susan and Joe Edrington; Jane and Anne Hyatt, Freddy and Wesley Hendrix, Janie and Edith La- pldes. Jimmy and Mary Catherine Morgan, Phn and Bill Beall, Larry Chisenhall, Terry Stevens, Dennis Hendrix and Steve Lending. Vis 11 or Mrs. George Morris of Manila Is spending several days as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coats. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 3(k ' At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature NWITH rented her by Mrs. Sartain. Winning top honors in the bridge games were Mrs. R. D. Mears ftnrt Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg. Mrs. Hub- bprd Wood won low. Supper Club Meets The monthly supper club met nt Cr.'incr's Tuesday night tor a barbecued chicken supper. Centering the table where tile. 16 members and guests were seated was an antique blue milk glass bowl filled with yellow- and orange day lilies. The guests went to the home of Couple Finally Wed, But It's Temporary LONG .BEACH, Calif. (/P) — Pfc. James R. Jones, a U.S. Olympic swimming hopeful, and former WAG Cpl. Joyce C. Nelson, 22, were married recently, thus climaxing a long and hectic engagement. James got his comnintKiing officer's permission to marry — and along with it orders to the states. Then they found James couldn't marry while listed RS a casual. Finally, both were returned to America and the marriage was performed here. But they're going to be split up again. James plans to be on the American swimming team when it leaves for the Olympics in August. LASH LA Rut FUZZY ST. JOHN A WESTfSN ADVENTURl MtOOUCTlON uy. That he haten nueless or long drawn-out discussions of unpleasant topics or situations. Women derive a sort of pleasure from such discussions, but most men hate them like poison. That he hates being questioned about why he was late getting home to dinner. No matter how legitimate his excuse may be, he prefers to mention it casually himself, rather than having to offer his explanation like an apology. 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ROBERT MITCHb' JANE RUSStU FOLLOW THE BOYS" All Star Cast Plus Metro News AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TONITE Open 6:30 p.m. Show Start* at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nite. Slewnrt Granger & Cyd Charisse EXTRA! Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS Mr. S: Mrs. Eddie RegenoM Mr. & Mrs. J. \V. Adnms & Family SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE FLASHING FANGSI FLAMING GUNS! "King of Ihe Congo" Serial & Carlnnn SUNDAY & MONDAY JAMES MASON - DANKIU DARRKJX • MICHAEl Paramount News, Cartoon & Novelty Reel LAST TIMES TONITE irst Showing in BIythevillt Also Shorts: "Pilgrim Popeye" "Phony Cronies" SAT. 2 HITS —PLUS— .HEEAST SIDE KIDS Riders of Death Valley Serial & Cartoon 2 Cartoons & Comedy RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. \V. E. Coleslon Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Cure COMING NEXT WEEK: "SAMSON & DELILAH" Hedy Lamarr & Victor Mature

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