The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 17, 1952
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FOUR BI,YTHEVlt,LK (ARK.) COURIER NETTS Pat ilullins, Society Kditor Phont 4461 Mary Ann McLeod Is Engaged to Dale W. Horton Mr. and Mrs. Henry Damon McLeod announce Che engngfmpnt of their daughter, Mary Ann, to Dale Winston Hovton. son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Horton ol Forrest City. MlM Mctsod Is the crnnddaueil- ter of the late Mr. anrt Mrs. C it. Cheat of Eddyvillc, Ky.. nnd I!" 1 late Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mcl.cort (if Blytheville. She ufls graduated fionl nlvlffe- vtlle High School she \vns a membrr of National Honor society. Red Pepper Clnb. Garden Club, fvj;d president of Girl's Beta Club. K!ie attended Cottey Junior Collnco fnr Women 3t Nevada. Mo,, and w^s a member of Phi Theta Kappa, national honorary scholastic fraternity, and Young Women's Christinu Association. She also attended Hie University of Mississippi, Oxford, where ?!ie was vice president f.f Kappa DPU.T sot'ial soroni.v.'nnd a member of Panhellenic Connrit. She has been employed by the lilythe- ville Board of Education. Mr. Horton. was graduated from Forrest City High School where lie was a member of the Sigma Pill Ornepa fraternity, and attended the University of Arkansas, where he KRS affiliated with Knppa fiis- ma. social fraternity. He now lias agricultural Interests with his father in Forrest City. A late summer wedding Is plan- ' ned by the young couple. KNCAfilil) — Miss .Msiry Ann Al el.cuil will ntiii'ry l):ilc Winston Jlorton of FoiTost City in a late summer ceromony, it jmnoimcod lodiiy by her parents, .Mr. mid Mrs. Hrnry Damon Mcl.pod. His parents are Mr. ami Mrs. Karl Morton ol' Forrest City. Bride-Elect Is Again Honored at Dessert-Bridge A party complementing Miss Vivian Patterson was held Saturday afternoon In the home of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Ferguson when their daughter, Miss Arden Ferguson, was hoBteM, Miss Patterson is the brlde- tlect of James nlcfgeway stocktey of Mtrlon. A plnlc «nd white color scheme Iras used throughout the house ant! tach Uble was centered with pink- roses. Each place was marked \vlth k bridesmaid doll and Miss Patterson's place was marked with an entire wedding arrangement. Special guests were Mrs. s. S. l«Btteraon and Mrs. Charles stockley of Mtrlon. Another out ol town pint w»s Miss Marian Hall of Pas- Mdenft, Calif. In th« bridge games. Mrs. Harvln Nunn, Jr., won the high prize, Miss Maureen Morris won second prize 'md MlM Patterson won third prize. . Th« honors* was presented china hi her ehoMn pattern! «t 'this, the •econd of planned pre-nupltal e- Tents complimenting her. POT the octsslon. Miss Patterson chow • cotton satin frock over crinoline, featuring a black and white print full akirt worn with a purple blotlte. She was presented chut* daisies by her hostess. Variety Club Has Monthly Meeting Hosts nnd hostesses Tor tli monthly meeting for Ihe Vnrietj Club Saturday night at Jnycee C'ltii: Room were Mr. and Mrs. B. E Jaggers, Mr. und Mrs. Ed J ticks when approximately 50 peoplt were present for dining nnd mid night supper. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Louis Chltmon of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. James Nelms, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Davis, Mrs. and Mrs. R. M. Jnin- Ison, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yale.-. Mr. nnd Mrs. nill EdmlMcn of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. James j inothrr nml Mrs Phillips of Clinton, Ky., Mr. nurt ' ' Mrs. I-Umcr Stone, Mr. nnd Mrs Charles Turlcy of Pine Bluff. Three Events Honor Mrs. Paul Martin Here During Methodist Conference A series of events honoring Mrs. Paul K. Mttrtin, wife of the presiding Bishop of (he Norlh Ark- Methodist Confer ettce included a luncheon rtt the fiornc of Mrs. George W. Pylos, a tea at ninn for thn affair. Standing on the mantel was E tnrge (an -shaped arrangement, o white glndloli nnd blue hydrangcn were used in the other parts the house. Centering the table on .->. i_«v-i»i mi ii. t ) n:.o, 11 luii ui nm jiouse. v^uiunruiK iiis in me the home of Mrs. W. L. Ilorner, | which WEV.S overlnlil in a rick cut given by the Women's Society of Christ inn Service nnd n luncheon - nt Hotel Noble given by Ihe wives of visiting ministers. Fridny, a 1 p.m. luncheon was pi vcn fn the home of Mr ft. Pylffi, when she used swectpeas nnd btiby brpnlh to center the In lite from which she served n three luncheon. Those who nttendect the luncheon were Mrs. Pnul B, Mnrtnn of 1-iitle Rock, Mrs. Roy I. nagtey, Mrs. S. B. WtUorrl of Baicsvllle, Mrs. G. A. Hnlc of Burdetle. Mrs. Alfred Knox of West Memphis, Mrs. Will Hunt, of Clarksdnlc. Mrs. Will McKellhen, Clarksvlltc, Mrs. E. G. Kcitzcl of Bntcsvlllc, and Mrs. Guy Ames of New Port. At n luncheon held nt Hotel Noble, wives of ministers were hostesses. At ench plnce was a miniature corsnge and n hand made book containing 1 the program of the day approximately 100 women who work cloth and set in crystal H n -silver, wns a study Jn two-ton, pink carnations and baby breath Cftiulelohra holding burning taper were also on the tea table. Garde flowers were used throughout home. Approximately 200 guests tended. Ih Mrs- tt. R. Jayroe presented'pln- o selections for their entertainment nnd a business session was conducted. Centering tnble.i were daisies, snnpdragnns nnd corn flowers. Saturdny nftcrnoon a tea w a s given at 1603 Holly, the home of Mrs. W, I,. Horuer. by the WSCS of the First Methodist Church. At the door ivcre Mrs. G, W. Pylcs, and Mrs. s. B. Wilford, nnd forming the rrceivintf line were Mrs, Roy I. Riplcy, ^Tr.s. Paul E. Martin. Mrs, E.'B. Willlnim of Jonesborn nncl Mrs. Hornnr. Assist inpr in the dining room were , Mrs. Harvey Morris, Mrs. James | C. Guard. Mrs. Blnn Heath, Mrs. C. A. Cinminghsun, nnd Mrs. Riley Jones. In the recreation room, porch and other places in the home were Mrs. Paul Pryor. Mrs. Ij. E. Baker, Mrs. T. K. Srott. Mrs, H. K, SmUh ol \Vhrntley. Mrs. Hmnev's II. U. Williams during tlic confrrcnce. Mrs. E. W. Kirbv served ^s general chair- Methodist WSCS Has Meeting Here A weekly mooting of (lie Worn en's Society of Christian Servic of Lake Street Methodist Churc was held yesterday at the churcl Mrs. George Stilwell led th opening prayer and Mrs. Cec! presided over Ihe buslnes session. Mrs. Joe Strickland gav a report of finances and plan were completed for a dinner whic they will sponsor (or the East Ark ansas Water Association Frida at 6 p.m. at the church. Mrs. J. w. Woolem gttvp the d< voUonul and the song. ""Sweet Hon of Prayer," was sxing by th groni>. The talk was based on th scripture "Pray without ceasing Mrs. Woolnnv ith prfi\er closed the meeU Presbyterian Women Meet at Church Mrs. Jesse M. White called meeting o! the executive board (he Presbyterian women lo ordi yesterday before Mrs. G. W. Dill hunty gave a devotional, "T h Importance of Prayer," and led TUESDAY, JUNK 17, 1952 Summertime' Is heme of Party "Summertime" was the theme sed by Mrs. Mason Day, Jr., wnen ic entertained membere of [>a Fl- CUih F-rlday Bt Rustic ilh dessert-bridge. Forming the decoration :ores from the song "flui me" and centering each ere tiny straw hats with Inn were fable »ww peeping through the top. On ther tables were purple and white weetpeas and arrangements of lue l^ Guest* for the weekly nioetlngr •cr.s Mrs. Robert I, Thompson, Mrs. William S. Racier, Mrs. Robert H. 'etereon. Mrs, Arthur Cearly and flfis Betty Black. Mrs. W. M. Jorit./; won the high core and Mrs. Rader won second. vlrs. Peieison won the high guest me. jarah Langston s Honoree at Breakfast Here Miss Sarah Lansslon of Luxora. i-ide-eiect of Jack Sartnin. w a s honored here Saturday morning vilh a breakfast given by Mrs lolm n. Lewi.s and Miss Viginia Jowen at Rustic Inn. Guests were from L.uxora, Os- :eola and Blytheville. Miss l.angston wore for the af- alr, a red and white cherked Rinj-ham frocrk and was given lalsiac.i for her shoulder. Centei-ing the table v:as an ar- anscment of pink roses and blue ivdrangea. 'I'hc hotiotoe was presented a gift of silver and crystal compotes by he hostesses. Mrs. Elliot Sartain, Sr., won the jreakfasl prize. Bits of News ///oJ/lij f-'erional Mr. and Mrs. w. M. Burns have js their quests, ihelr grandchildren, Darian O'Kcefe of Memphis and Kay Barton of Catron, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fisher announce Ihe Wrtli of their second child, a daughter, Bessie Lynn at Blylheville Hospital, June 14. They have a son, Robert Gene. Mrs. Fisher nnd daugfiter are now at Ihe home of her mother. Mrs. Jim Fowler, at Promised Land. Mr.?. Franklin Wtlburn and Coming Events Chapter "D" of PEG has picnic for theii' husbands at the home of Mrs. E. B. Gee. Epsllon Sigma Alphr has meeting with Mrs. Ka'.heriue swlney. Wrdncsda; Promise Lanti WSCS has 7:30 p.m. meeting »'ilh Mrs. Thomas Moore. Mrs. Harold Nunn entertains GIB Cii.b. Country club Duplicate Bridge 1 cngue plays weekly bridge games (not Tuesday as usual). Mrs. Herman Turner entertains Club Eight. Thursday Special meeting of Chlcktsawhii - _ Lodge No. 134 F and AM at the daugliier. Manning Wllbiirn, and masonic temple. Work in MM dc- Mr.s. Wilburn's mother, Mrs. J. M.' K L 'ee will he conducted. Master Ma- l.ou'e. all of Paragould, spent Sun-' , , day with Mrs. o. C. Ganske sons are Invited, Mrs. T. O. Hney Is hostess to attended the North Arkansas Meth-1 Tiuusday Rook Club, odist Conference. Mrs. Lowe, schonl-1 C1KO Bridge Club meets In the mate of Mrs. Oanxke, stayed lor nihomc of Mrs. Johnson Blackwcll. longer visit. | Iji Nileve meets with Mrs. Ben Allen niiEh left Sunday to attend i Ml "~ wllilc - sinmncr session at University of! Blvlheville Duplicate Bridge Tennossee. He was accompnined by j '^"Sue plays. his brother. Condon Bush, who will] Urs olto Sl ' rn P fl entertains '^LE visit In East Tennessee \ilth li lends i Brirt 8< Club, and relatives. They nrc the sons ofi Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush. | Johnny O'Brien left. Sunday for Cincinnati, Ohio to spend several | weeks with his mother. Mrs. LOIIIM?! Cory, Before retmnim; home, he xvill visit his aunt, Mrs. Jack Nestcr and family in Louisville, Ky, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ode!! and son of Torrance, Calif., are -vending a vacation with her parents, Mi- anil Mvs. W. H. Walker. She is tile former Miss Dorothy Walker. .Saturday Cotillion Club meets at Hotel at 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses are Mrs. Hen Harpole. Mr. and Mrs. John Ciuulill, Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Rlley B. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Masou Day. Jr. Karly birds of which foesils have b D en found had long, reptile-like Lrtils and teeth. Marriage Licenses The following couples yesterday obtained marriage Licenses at the office of the county court clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Richard H. Green. Jr., of Huffman, and Miss Betty Jean May.'ield of CariHhersvJIle, J. E. Byriim and Miss Etta Jauctt Brown, both of Rowland. Aborigines f scape Polio Due to Some Immunity CANBERRA. Australia (/P>-Australian aborigines apparently have "some racial (actor which gives them Immunity to poliomyelitis," Commonwealth Director-General of Health, Dr. Arthur J. Metcalfs. says. No aborigine has been atTected In the . polio epidemic now raging in Central Australia or In liie epidemic of a feu- months ago at [Jarwin although there sre hundreds of aboriginc-5 in the area. Dr. Metcalfe says no research has yet been done on the cause of the Immunity. Sew-Easy For Beginners Italian Films Boom Without Hollywood ROME «>) — "Hollywood-on-the- liber" Is turning out a record number of motion pictures this year. By April the Italian film Industry had mlshed 30 full-lengih pictures. Another 18 were before the cameras A record number of high-budget lilms intended for the export market are included. The trend is away from Importing Hollywood players this year French, British and Italian acton are replacing the more expensive American actors. At the Hospitals BhihevlJfe HospJU) Dismissed: Mrs. Virgil Williams, City Mrs. C. D. Nance, Tyler Mrs. Gene Fisher juid bsiby City Elmer Evans, City Mnrcellne Russell, Annorel Gary England, Dell Russell Bnugh, City Arthur Vance, Annorel. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. B. Henry, New Madrid Mrs. Mary Elrough, Catuthers- ville Mildred Trimble, City Mrs. Jnines Mi/cU, City Mrs. Paul Adams, Hermonriale Mrs. Matlie Bell Moore, City Mra. Dick J. White and baby, City Mrs. Eugene Wright and babv, Dell Mrs. BUI Turner and baby, Dejl prayer. A business session followed and Ihe bonrd meeting adjourned for R meeting of all circles in a general meeting, Mrs. White opened this meeting with a quotation and R business session win held. In the count. Circle One won the prize for the largest representation with 11 members present. Mrs. Dillahunty REIVC the Bible study using as her topic, "WhiU Is Christ's Place In Our I,ife." Mrs. C. M. Gray gave a report. on an instruction school she nnd Mrs. DLllahunty attended at Batcs- vllle. Group prayer closed the meeting. Mrs. F. B. Joyner a/id Mrs. Leslie Hooper were hostesses a n d served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. John Blnumeyer of San Dit-go. who *pent several clays with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walked have returned to their home. They! -stopped en route at the home of Mr, and Mrs. H. S. Wilson of West Memphis. Mr. ami Mrs. J. B. CorbUl and daughter, Becky of Essex, Mo, sptnt SnlimUiy with her aunt, MJS C. E. Parks. The Rev. and Mrs. Jim Rainwater, Domia Dcdrmtii, nnd Danny Cobb, are spending this wcrk at the Youth Conference of Christian Oi'irch at Waylnnd Springs. Air. and Mrs. J. P. Garrott sepnt Sjmdiiy at Wayland Springs, v/hen they took Mnrtha Nichols. Ann Himlnmn and their daughter. Betty Lee Garrott. who will spend the re- niHltulcr of the week. Richard O'Neal Dedman icuirn- ed from Murray Lake, Okla., where lie attended aquatic school Me received his licensed inslr ictors j the " week " en " d m Memphis with'Mr bad8e - land Mrs.* Guy Mills and son, Bcn- Dr. Alfred Vise has just returned I ny. from Chicago where he offlcintd at] Miss 1 Betty Dodge left today for the First Annual Memorial Service [ her home in Newbern, Tenn., niter for his late brother Fred M. Vise. who passed away a year ago. The service and unveiling of the monument took place at West Wcwd- lawn Cemetery in Chirnrjo. While in Chicago, the Rabbi took part in a round table discussion of religion in the modern world. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Armstrong went to Memphis Sunday to Join friends for n picnic. They are going especially for Terry's seventh birthday on Friday. Lloyd R, Hocott returned home yesterday from Flint, Mich,, where he has been attending GMI. Accompanied by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hocott. he left tortay for Norfolk L.ake where they will vacation for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reynolds and nieces, Rae La Vonna and Jerry Ana Cohoon, left, this morning for Denver and Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flee man will leave Wednesday lor Basalt, Colo,, to spend the remainder of the summer. Norfleel Graves of Guthrlu. Ky., spent the weekend here as the guest of Miss Jane Shelton and her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. W. T. Shelton. Mrs. B. G. Shelton spent the week end in Crawfordsville visiting friends and relatives, Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Landrum spent -. c . Miss Lois Farter. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Cook spen the week end In Memphis with rel Big Screen Television Moving Over Nation * NEW YORK (fPi— At Latest count, approximately CO theaters in this country have been equipped for large screen television. For the most pail the projectors are used for sports events like championship boxing matches, with an admission being charged. The noxt step would be its conversion for color television, which is not quite as ticklish a problem with the big screens because or the talent with engineering know-how available to install and operate. The custom of sealing a living liiitnan being in (he corner-stone of buildings <ild not die out until the loth Century. By Sue Burnett As cool and refreshing as a summer' breeze — collarless, brief sleeved dress that, goes together in a jiffy with Just two pattern pieces. Ideal atlves. They were accompanied i for the beginner because it's the eawe AIR CONDITION ED Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times TUES.-YVED.-THURS. Double Feature 1'AI, NITBS 2 For Price of 1 Mrs. Martha Bennett is in Memphis with her daughter. Mrs. Dale ! Cagle anil granddaughter, Mvs. 1 Margie Ward and sister, Mrs. Norn Cain and families. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Sr.. and Ann Robinson leave tomorrow for Memphis to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. R. iVctcnkiitnp and daughter. Terry <C'.rt-i*( 3 More Specials for 6YD Day! MILK SHAKE Regular 25c Any Flavor 12 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION BEVERAGE GLASSES TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Regular 89c Set nf B Famous \ .ibby's Siife-Kclge Glasses 69 home by their daughters, Karen and PcggJ'j who had spent a week there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of -Memphis spent the week end as quests of Mrs. Bryant's parents. Mr, and Mrs. B, S. Shelton. Miss Florence Moore returned from Newburn, Tenn. where she visited rel- ali'. es. 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