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June 14, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

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BLYTIIEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ^Society, NewA Pat Mullins, Society Editor f Phun* 4461 Plans Announced By Bride-Elect Vivian Patterson Miss Vivian Patterson, bride-elect of James Rldgway Stocklcy of Marlon, Ark., announces plans tor her July 3 wedding, which will be held at four o'clock In the afternoon, at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, with the Rev. 7.'llliam J. Fiti'.rnish officiating at tile single ring ceremony. Serving Miss Patterson as matron of honor will be Mrs. Jack East. Jr., of Little Rock, sister of the frrooin. Her bridesmaids include Miss Vivian Taylor, Miss Maureen Morris and Miss Jo Ann Trleschmann, who also will present nuptial vocal solos vith Mrs. Dalton c. Fowlsion at the organ. Mrs. Foulston also will present a program of music us guests arrive. Fred Hardaway and Rene George will s^rve as ncolytes, and serving Mr. Stockley as best man will he Jr>mes Mullins of Shroveport. La. Ushers include Robert Dortch of Scott, Ark.. Jack East, Jr., or Liltle Reck, and Frank Barrel! of Forrest City, ; Following the wedding ceremony, a reception will be held for members or the wedding party and out- of-town guests at the home of the bride's mother. At the bride's book will be Miss Betty Black; serving cake will be Mr.v. J. M. Williams, Jr.. and Miss Margery Il.'ile; nnd serving punch will be Miss Annclla Humphreys and Miss Barbara Morcly of West Memphis. Miss Maureen Norrls entertained Miss Patterson Thursday with a bridge luncheon at Blytheville Country Club and among others v'no are planning pre-nuptlnl events for the bride-elect are Mrs. E. R. Mason, Mrs. Neal Gesell. and Mrs, Geraldine Greene, Miss Margery Hale, Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., and Miss Jo Ann Trioschmann. Miss Patterson Is the daughter ol Mrs. Spurgeon Sawyer Patterson and the late Mr. Patterson, and the groom-elect's parents are Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Stockley ol Marion. RNfiAGBl) — Miss Peggy June Klccman, (laughter of Kcprcscn(a- tivc and Mrs. Ktigena C<;cil [''leeman of Manila, is engaged to Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. i.yrm W. Brown left today for New Orleans and Edge Water Gulf, Miss., to spend 10 days vacation, while there, Mr. flrown will attend the annual Honor Club meeting. Mr, and Mrs. Hunter Klmhrough, of Forrest City, announce the birth of a daughter. Karen, at St. Joseph Hospital In Memphis. Mrs. Klm- brough is the former Miss Lonnie Hnrgett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Harsctt of niythcvlle. Leaving today for New Orleans and Edge Water Olllf, Miss., were Mr. ami Mrs. Winford Wyatt and „..„.. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Dcvers. Mr. James Hoswclll Wjliltt antl Mr - Dcv ?« »'"' attend /"hn.,-lln c.,... "; e l "" ulal meeting of the Honor Club. son of Dr. and Mrs. John Bcjfg Choadlii of Norman, Okla., it was announced today by the bride-elect's parents. I'lans have not been announced. Peggy June Fleeman Will Marry James Begg Cheadle of Oklahoma Always Fashion- Right State Represent alive and Mrs. Eugene Cecil Fleeman ol Manila, imnomu-c the engagement of Ihelr daughter. Miss Pciifjy June Fleeman lo James l!os.well Chcatlle, son of Dr. and Mrs. John Hcyg Cheadle of Norman, Okia. he bride-elect Is the iirflnd- daughtcr of the IrUc Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mack Fiecmnn, pionror planters of Arknm-ns. nnd Mrs. Mack RolleiiRcr and the late Joe Ccphns Milllgan of Manila, Miss Flccrnnn Is .1 grndtiatc of BlylheviMe High School, where she wns presldnnl of the Red Pepper Club and a member of the Garden Club and Beta Club. She is a graduate of Stephen.? College (11 Columbia. Mo,, where she received nn associate of arts dcyi'cc. and she will receive ft bachelor of«science degree from Oklahoma University hi January. He Is n graduate of Norman Hifih School where ho lettered four years Sue Burnett A beautifully tailored classic created especially for the shorter- than-avernge figure. Perfectly suited to each season with JU trimncss of line and air of unclutercrf simplicity. Pattern No. 87B6 Is a Gew-rtte per- Party Will Honor Polly Abbott Here At \Viilkcr Park this afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Abbott will entertain their daughter, roily, with n party in honor ot her seventh birthday. Approximately 3d children are expected to attend the pnrty nnd win be presented favors by the honnrcc. A pink ami blue birthday cake nnd ice cream will he served and games will be conducted. At the Hospitals BlrtlicvlIU- Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Hen Harris and baby, Cooler Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. Taylor and baby, Oscc ola Mrs. Alvtn Wallace. City forated pattern in siv.cs 14'i, 1615 IB'.j. 20'i. 22 ',. 2V = . Sue IG'.i short sleeve, 4^ yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c h COINS, your name, address, size rle- flred. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 375 Qllincy St.. ChlcftRO S. III. Basic FASHION for '52 Is flllec with ideas to make your clothes budget po further—time-saving nnd economical rtesiora that are easy (o .sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. In football, basketball and track. He attended Wentworlh Military Academy, and Is a senior at the University ol Oklahoma where he received Ins second lieutenant's :ommlsslon in the Army this spring. During World War II. Mr. Chcndle served nvo year.s i;i Hie United States Navy. He is now a scolor at University of Oklahoma. Plans wiU be announced at a later date. HOMEMAKING Can Be Made EASIER... There's no need for you to spend benutifu) Summer days indoors, scrubbing and ironing heaps of soiled laundry. [,E( us fake over your laundry chores al a surprisingly tor,- cost. We take meticulous care. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 r /&& SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 195J I ub's Guests Are Husbands Mrs a. G. Hubbiird. Jr.. and Mrs. Jim Smart u'cre Jiostpsje.s lost nlBht whr-n they etUcrlnlned members of the Kibitzer Club and their husband,? «'lth n hamburger supper nix! bridge gnraes at the Hubbnrcl homo, Oiicsts for the evening's activities were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jontz niul Loins Lynch. Whining In the game* were Mrs. liobfrl McHnncy, high score lor women nnd Charles Atdlck, high score for men. Gping'-Away Pai'ty Given in Home A RolriK-awny pnrty given bv the Alpha Delta Cliapler of Bete Sigma ]>h! li/Sftted Mrs. B. P. Scott'Thiirs s home of Mrs. J. J. Ed- Scott arc moving day wards; IJr. and Mrs. lo Mrniphis where Dr. Scott will do post graduate work In surgery at Bunt 1st Memorial Hosplt.il. Decorating Mrs Edward's home were cut flowers In varied arrangement, Guest was Mrs. J. E. Bnhb or Mobile. Ala., houscguest of Mrs. T. A. Folgcr. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. F'ortcr mid children, Judy and Rol>, will leave tomorrow for a vacation at Daytona Bench. Mrs. Paul Savage of Nashville. Teun., is the guest or Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mr. Savage will arrive tomorrow to take her home. Mr. and Mrs. Torn Miller of Memphis arrived today lo spend (he week end with her mother. Mrs. 1/ucy McArtams. Jim Lancashire, or Lakeland, Fla , and formerly of nlytlicville, is fimtcling the weekend as guest of James Cecil Luwo, 11. and hi.-, tK n- cnts. Mr. and Mrs, J. Cecil L.owr. The Rev. and Mrs. (Iranville David McPeake have returned home following a Mississippi wedding iri;j. They are now making their home on Cherry Street,. Mr. and .Mrs. T. K. Ivy left today for a twn weeks vacation trip. They i plan to spend a week in Miami : OMa., and Oklahoma City, before going to DeQueen, Ark., where they will be the guests of their son, Victor Ivy, for a week, j Cadet Hay wood O. Partlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow Is scheduled to report to Camp Gordon, Ga. June 20 to attend the Signal Corps nesm-c Officers Training Corps summer encampment. He is a student at University of Arkansas and a member of the school's ROTC Unit. Mrs. c. H. Whistle, and daughters. Mrs. Mavis Settlemire and Miss Annette Whistle, have returned home following extended tour through the Enst. Upon Miss Whistle's arrival home from Southern Methodist University at Dallas, where she is n student, they left for a trip through Virginia and the Caiolinas before Miss Whistle went to Annapolis for June Week as the guest of Midshipman Charles Whnt- Ijey or Stecle, Mo. During her stay there. Mrs. Whistle and Mrs. sct- tleniire visited Washington. D. c. They Elso visited Pittsburgh. Pa., and Mrs. Whistle's sister. Mrs. C. P. Dodson of Flint. Michigan. LI. Chester A. Cnldwelt. Jr.. arrive^ Thursday night from Schnec- tndy. N. y.. to spend his furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester caldwcll. LI. Culdwell !s wilh the Air F\>rce. The Rev. John Wilson of St. Prances. Ark., will preach at Wesley Memorial Church Sunday morn- Ing at lj a.m. 'Hie Rev. B. W. stal- cup Is pastor. Jean Kcndrick of Osceola was elected an associate justice at Girl's Slate in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. n. E. McCutlom of Port Worth, Tex,, announce the birth of a son this week. Mrs. McCullom Is the former Miss Juanita Lnttlrner, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. K. Lattlmcr, formerly of Blythevillc. Lloyd Koonlz of Burdettc WM nn k'our petticoat wardrobe Is more im. jorlanl this Spring and Summer tlian t\'tr before. Available In a variety ol materials, petticoats insure that wonderful full-skirled look (right). And (n keep them clr.in, jimph- resort lo a batch of lukewarm sinls (ahove). Use a warm Iron lo lake out any wrinkles. Petticoats Are Important -For New Summer Fashions AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE FLASHING FANGS! FLAMING GUNS'. "King of Ilic Congo" Serial & Carlcion SUNDAY & MONDAY JAMB MASON • DANIHLE DARRIEUX • MICHAEL RENNIE Paramount News, Cartoon & Novcltv Reel R1TZ GUESTS Mr. & .Mrs. \V. K. Coleston Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Cure By AMCIA HART NEA IWauty Editor Don't look now—but your petticoat is showing. H's all risht, thotiph. for this season fashion is pointing to tiny waistlines nnd bil- : lowing skirls puffed out with prcuj ! underpinnings. ! A variety of colors and materials allow yon much more leeway than] great grandmother ever had. plus i the wonderful advantage of com- j plctely washable fabrics. Nylon nets and tricots are petticoat favorites permanently finished to retain their stiffness after countless soapy dunJdncs. You can eliminate all ironing If you finger- press close gathers or tucks. Simply draw the material through your finders slowly and firmly. Batiste, organdy, pllsse, or dotted sxviss make ideal underskirts and, with their delicate rows ol honor graduate of Arkansas Polytechnic College this year. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Curd have returned home to Pittsburgh. Pa., after visiting her sister, Mrs. James n. Perry and Mr. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edwards of Little Rock are the guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cary. They will be accompanied home liy Mrs. Cary and daughter. Carmen, who are going especially tor the graduation exercises ot University ' Arkansas School ot Medicrne. lace and ribbon, took delightfully eay peeking out from under a glaz- rd r-hmrz or taffeia overskjrt. An exciting bit of fashion news is the indoor-outdoor petticoat, to be worn either as a skirt or under your summer frocks to perk them out. For a good versatile, take-you- anywhere petticoat wardrobe, the first thing to consider is the wash- ability of all the fabrics—especially the stiff ones. Always make sure that the hemlines of your peticoats are spank- in? clean, too. Use a small, stiff bnwh dipped In soapsuds and go over the edgings carefully before laundering the entire garment. Yarbro WMU Meets For Royal Service Mrs. Bill Mitchell was hostess Thursday to members of the Yarhio Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church when a Royal Service program was given. The 10 members who nttenctad were served ice cream and cake following the program. Coming Events Saturday The North Carolina-Oklahoma Sugar Bowl film will be shown at the Country Club at 9:15 p.m. Monday All circles of the Presbyterian Women ot First Presbyterian Church meet together at 2:30 p.m. for a meeting. Executive board mftu st 2 p.m., and •» general meeting wll be held at 3 p.m. Circle of WSCS of First Methodist Church rr.ccl in homes of members as follows: Circle One with Mrs. Rtley Jones, Highway fil north, at 3 p.m.; Circle Two with Mrs. A. E. Miller, 1405 W. Main at 2:30 p.m.: Circle Three with Mrs. P. E. Scott at 105 Hardln at 2:30 p in.; Circle Pour with N'lrs. Charles Alford at 100 E. Ash, with Mrs. Mell FJrooks co-ho.ste.ss, at 3 p.m.: Circle Five with Mrs. W. n. Campbell, 1122 W. Main, 3 p.m.: and Circle Six with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth, 300 W. Walnut, with Mrs. W. A. Snckmon as co-hostess, at 3 p.m. Circles One and Two oj WMU of Trinity Baptist Church meet for a p.m business session awnd Royal Seivlce program. BWC meets with Mrt W. W. Lowe at 7:30. Tuesday Epsilon Sigma Alpha has meeting with Mrs. Katherine swlney. Wednesday Mrs. Harold Nunn entertains CIB Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly bridge games 'not Tuesday ss usual). Mrs. Herman Turner entertains Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. T. O. Huey Is hostess to Thursday Rook Club. OEO Bridge Club meets In the home of Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. la Nueve meets with Mrs. Ben Mar White. Blvtheville Duplicate Bridge League plays. Mrs. Otto Scrape entertains TLE Bridge Club. Mrs. Farr Is i Hostess to Club Mrs. Russell C. Parr had as ner guests Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. Paul Savage of Nashville, lenn., house guest of Mrs. Doyle Henderson, yesterday when she en. lract'cfl d membcrs of FrMay Con- Guests played bridge on the su.Tm W f h ,' Ch ""« a ™°™^ *•«* ,H hV K ers °' roses ' sw «tpe« 5 bowls arranged In low In the games. Mrs. c L McWa ters won high score' and Mrs s»i. age won second place. Mrs C W Garrigan won the brldgo ' ' During the afternoon, Mrs Fr-r served refreshments. when Mr. Edwards will be one of the graduates on Juno IB. : Mrs. Farris McCnlla an* Mrs. Harmnn A. Taylor anil children, Jeiou and John are In Dyersbitrg today. Dell RA Meet With New Leader At a meeting of the Del! Royal Ambassadors of the Baptist Church Wednesday night, Robert Edwards was' Introduced as", the boys' new lea'rler. ; \*V-f"-•'•'"' •^•Y'.'QF* • •'Following trie business and '"program, they were served iced drinks and ice cream. Gosnell WSCS Has Outdoor Meeting- Members of the Oosncll Women's Soeiely ot Christian Service of the Methodist Church held an outdoor meeting Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. at the homo ot Mrs. Mnrvin Raft at the airbase with sereu members and five Invited guestSJat- tending. The meeting was called to order by the president. Mrs. Damon Cook, after which Mrs. Raft offered the opening prayer. Six parts of the corrina.ss signifying the work of the WSCS were fully explained by Mrs Cook. Parts included missions peace, a world church, widening fellowship, spiritual growth and discipleship. Business meeting clrwed with members joining hands and Riving sentence prayers after which Mrs. Raft was given a surprise birthday shower with ice cream, cake,-and iced drinks served. Ice skating is possible because the ptithe 5 skater, nushihg doim '.nrvinners: a&8fEst'.'?lhe1*!ce, causes" it to melt, and temporarily provides a thin film of water over which the skates may glide. BLYTHEVILLE Beauty Pageant HALEY FIELD — MONDAY & TUESDAY Admission: Adults 50c & Children 25c Enjoy two big nights at Haley Kiclit this Monday and Tuesday. Here's the program: The selection i>f "Miss Junior Blythevilie" and "Mr. Jayccc President of 1!)78" "ill lie niafle Monday night with the winners announced Tuesday night. Candidates lor the title of "Miss Blythevilie of 1052" will he introduced. The selection of "Miss Blythevilie of 1052" will he made Tuesday night . . . you'll see Blytheville's most beautiful girls! Music for both nights will feature L. T. Moore at the Hammond organ. Sponsored by the Blythevilie Jaycees Beta Sigma Phi Sorority In Charge of Entries Box Off ice Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission !)c & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Peal ure OUTLAWED MEN WITH BUI ONE THOUGHT SILENCE THE USH'! LASH LA RUE FUZZY ST. JOHN *''4$ljZ * WESItBN ADVINIURI PRODUCTION —PLUS— Serial; "iVyokc and the Tiger-man" & Cartoon" SUN-MON. HOW1BD HUGHES >,„„-, . ~. flOBBT MITCHUM JANE RUSSUl — PLU 'FOLLOW THE BOYS" All Star Cast Plus Metro News Open fi:30 p.m. Show Start.!, af Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nil erf SAT. 2 HITS Riders of Uealh Valley Serial tS: Cartoon SUN.-MON. GIBSON HARRIS LOYHOY NOMAN PABSONS scoff wffiuN vffim " '2 Carlnon.s & Comedy COAIIXG NEXT WKKK: "SAMSON & DELILAH" Hedy Lamarr & Victr.r Mature

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