The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 19, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER WTWS THURSDAY, JUNE 19, rtM Pat Mullins, Suciety Editor Billy C. Boyles Of Wilson Weds Caiifornian WILSON — Mr. and Mrs. Jim Southerland of Dinuba, Calif., announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Gwelva Jo Burkctt of Sim Diego and Dinuba. Calif, to Seaman Billy C. Boyles, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Butord Boyles. Br., of Wlt- jon, May 23. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bnkman of San Bit-go were their attendants. The bride attended Orosi Hifih School at Orosi. Calif. Seaman Boyles Is a graduate of Wilson Ills'' School. He serves aboard ihe USS Cavalier and has recently returned from nine months duty in Korean and Japanese waters. Rustic Inn Scene Of Luncheon Rustic 'Inn was the srcne of » bridge luncheon yesterday given by Mrs. H. G. Parllow for members of Club Eight and their guest. Mis. H. B. Stout of Little Rock. Centering the table from which » three course luncheon was served was a low bowl of cut summer flowers in A mixed arrangement. In bridge games, Mrs. G. O. Poetz won first high. Mrs. R. C, Allen won second high and Mrs. Paul Jobe won brldgo. Iced drlnki were served during the games. Bits of News it D f tlu J^ersonai Wonder Sun Separates _uella Barnes Is Hostess to Club Miss Luelln Barnes was hosier Hi er home nt. 1610 llcam, last, nisiht or a meellng of members of CIS or their weekly bridge e«"i«. Mrs. Fiances Oainmlll was » nest for the evenings activities, -n bridge games. Mrs. niclinrd '. Mills was winner of high score ..tld Miss Barnes won second prlie. BrMgo winner was Miss Vera Ich. i iilt the rooms In which she enter- niiied and served a dessert course. Sue Burnett l.KAVlNCi FOR GUAM—Mrs. Woodrow ijivu Newman and rlill- dren, Woodylyn ami Friinky. will leave tomnrrow for San Francisco ami will sail on Jmie 24 for Clunin lo join their husband and falhpi, M/tfyt. Woodrow L. Nrwniiin. Stfl. Newman ha.s bi'en Malioned there lor one year and Mrs. Newman and children expect lo stay two years. Set. and Mrs. Newman arc former residents and during Mrs. Newman's tay here the past year, she has rnnile her home with her mother, Mrs. ,ee Moore, and her sister. Miss Ellen Moore. Ann Robinson Is Honoree at Party Miss Ann Robinson, bride-elect ol Wlnfred Miller, wn8 honored last light with an informal party at the lome of Mrs, Bernard Oooch. A study in pink carnations am baby breath centered Hie table Iron which party foods and Iced drinks were served. Assisting tn "« srrv ing were Mrs. R. E. Blaylock snc Mrs. Kathleen Thomas. The evening was spent In inter tat games and entertainment, and the honoree was presented gifts. Ms*. Richard Logan and son, Ricky, of Charleston, Mo., are visiting here as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mn>. O. W, McCiUchen. Mrs. T. J. Ma ban has ax her i her daughter, Mrs, Josiah Furl, and tier daughter, Miss Nati- cy Fort, oJ ClarksviUe, Tenn. Mr. and Mr*. Allie O'Neal are spending n week's vacation in Mountain view, Ark. Mr. mid Mr.s. Howard Graham of Sieete announce Hie birth of a daughter Monday at Walls Hospital. She has been named Cathy Lynn. Mrs, Graham [x the former Miss Mary Sue Berry ma IK Mrs, W. J. FitKlitiKh U attending the Woman's Auxiliary Jnstiltite at Camp Mitchell on Petit Jean Mmm* tain. She will return today. ArtJen Ferguson has as her guests Miss Ann Gray of Minneapolis, Minn,, Miss Mary Katherine Keel or Newport, Ark., who were her roommates at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., and Miss Natalie Taylor of Truman, Ark. Mr. and Mis. A. II. Boyci and son. Ilosvpll, left today lor Summerville, 'IVnn.. Memphis, and Jackson, Mrs., for two wenks. The Rev, and Mrs. W. .J. Fit/hugh R-lll leave Sunday for Camp Mitchell :< on Petit, Jenn Mountain to help i direct A girl. 1 ! camp. During their ; stay at camp, their sons will he the ! guest. 1 ; of their grandmother, Mrs, j G. C. Thompson of Pine Bluff. I Mrs. W. A. Slegall and children' of Shreveport, Ui , are the of her parents. Mr. ancl Mrs. Clyde Robinson. She came especially for the marriage of her histor, Miss Ann Robinson to Wlnfred Miller, A dinner party given lust nlcfht hi Monday at Immaculate Conception Dinner Party Is Given for Guest Modern fabrics make the t;isk of keeping cool aiid clean on willing Simimrr (lavs a simple job. Gibson Oirl (left) wears shanlunn- lv|ie orlon separates. Blouse has non-seamed, frce-acllon sleeve*. Separates \vilh costume luok (center) are in linen-like orlon-and- nylon, can be worn from early lo lale Summer. Ira llenlner's one-piece dress (rislil) in orlon-and-nylon looks liV>- " ' removable while collar and cuffs. All three wash c:. ironing and will pick wilhoul mussing. linen, tuis >•, need no LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER Care For Eyes They're Precious Going- Away Supper Given for Family At the Hospitals he Paul F'ryor home by Miss Melha Pr,yor ami MKs Jane Wilson complimented Miss Joy Stockton of Augusta, On. Mitt Stockton is the house guest of Miss Annnll.i Humphreys and was her roonimnle iU Orcnau College. A white trcntcrpifCP was u.'cd on lie table from which Ihe served a three course dinner v;i(li the -nwiEslance of their mothers. Mrs. Raker Wilson anct Mrs. l»anl I'ryor, A w h i t e col or ;s rj he in e was 11 s e<! throughout the home, The honoree wns presented a gift and n white carnation corsage during the evening of Informal entertainment. Guest Honored At Party Here A bridge-breakfast was given y«- icrdny at the home of Mrs, O. E. Cripger, Jr., with Mr.s. E. M. Regen- olit co-hostess, when they honored Miss Marian Hall of pnsicadena. who has been the haihspguesL of Miss Maureen Morris for several Catholic Church. John Anna Dill, who has been i in and Mrs. John Ford Tuesday night as the Lnxora Book Club held its nnyal dinner party for husband. 1 ; ibers. Mrs. A. B. Bracl- anmiai dimi of the mem' , ti for two weeks 'at Walls Hospi-| Iey of ° Kccola - ancl Mrs - Ford and ta!. is reported (o be improved and I Mrs. T. D. Wllkins were co-hos- \& allowed to have visitors. She the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dill. Mrs. Pearl [jamb will return home Saturday following a two-weeks vacation in points In Kentucky, Missouri, Indiana, visiting [r lends and relatives. B. B. Hodge. Jr., who has been visiting In Dlythcvlllc for .several weeks has returned home to Lub- bnck, Tex. Ele will attend Texas Tech in the fall. Floyd A. White has returned from Kennedy Veterans Hospital. Memphis, where he was undergoing treatmeUt. Mrs. C. E. Daggett, of Marlanna. Is here as guest o£ her daughter, Mrs. Dick White, and Mr, White. Mrs.' White gave birth to a daughter, Ellen Lock wood, at Walls Hospital Sunday. to fuses for the event. The evening's IMvlhevillr Hn.stiila i The Rev. and Mr.s, B, W. Stalcup ; Dismissed:' It. Is not easy to guess a woman's' and their three children were given age these days. At one time you i a going-away supper when 40 mem- could point to tattle-tale symbols— bers of his church, the Wesley grey hair, plump hips, missing teeth, lemorial Methodist Church eath- • • red U> honor them. The Rev. Mr. Stalcup now has a lastorate in the Batesville district. Knlerlnin Husbands Twenty-five members and guests [Scrawny neck, "old-lady 'shoes and present at the home of Mr. j ugly clothing—as indications of. the ovev-35 group. Not today. Older women have a modern outlook these days. They tint their hatd ix"fore anyone spots that second strand of grey. They keep their figures neat and trim. They replace missing teeth before jaws entertainment was In charge of 1 become sunken. They use beautl- Mrs. G. C. Driver, and Mr.s. Auten | fiers to keep skin supple. They Chit wood and Mrs. Wirt Steed of Oscciiln, Personals Mrs. J. I. Milfiin, who Is attending the MI miner session at Arkansas State; College, Jonesboro, spent the weekend at her home here. She WHS joined Saturday evening by her daughter, Miss Betty MiffHn of Vanndale, and guests. Misses Barbara Million of Vanndale and Gloria Fill of Wynne. The group were hosts Sunday to Jack Craddock. former Luxor a resident, now of Humbnlclt, Tenn, wear clothing built .'or comfort but styled for glamor. Even women with failing vision can wear glamorous eyeglasses instead of those old metal-rimmed glares popular for generations. The result Is that more women wear glasses and fewer women have squint Less and unattractive under- eye circles, the result of eye strain Typical of optical science's newer developments, particularly for women over 40, when eyes begin to lose their youthful ability, are the Continuous Vision lenses. These- im[ prove an older woman's looks by W. E. Head, Sr.. is in St. Lcmfc for ; Joing awfty witn age _ revea!i ng ges- two weeks, attending tiie Order of tures of the person who changes Mr. Mrs. P. Railroad Telegraphers' Convention. glasses continually to read or see a Mrs. T. L. Stanford returned home | a distance. With these CV lenses Wicker an- ! 'Tuesday from a week-long music, V0ll nee dn't chance glasses whei t «««e .1 Dallas. Texas Conserve . vou glailce from your program t Walla Hospital. They have two oth- sons, Terry Wade. Lynn and Allen lory. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen ami so | ve I the stage. all-purpose lense. Mr. and Mr.s. A. B, Rozelle left Sunday for a week's visit in Fayelle- Make your summer wardrob serve a double purpose with th youthful sundress that insures smooth tan. For cover-up occasions, Add the pert bolero made in a gay contrast. Pattern No. 8699 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern hi si^es 11, 12. 13, 14, 16, 18. Sine 12. dress, 2\ yards of 39-inch; bolero, Hi yards. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and (he PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 315 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Tannda Langston Is Given Party Because Tannda L tv n g 8 to n, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Crmrles I>angston, was five years old Tuesday, she was given R birthday party at the country home of her parents. Twenty-five children were In attendance, as games were played on the spacious lawn, and in the wad- Ing pool. Children were given favors of tiny cameras and served punch and cake. Coming Events Family iiiitht nnd dinner at GJ p.m. for members of Blythevtlii: Country Club nnd their out of town gntsts. C. an<l N. Birthday Club meets with Mrs. Walter t.ntes at T:30 p.m. Saturday Cotillion Club meets at Hof^l Centering life breakfast table was j n low pink bowl which held pink carnations and fever- few. Places weie appointed by fans and * *ni»ll carnation corsage for each guest. Tlin honor E-(> was presented a gift by the hostesses. In the bridge games which followed. Ml*s jan.e_t, Nelson won Ilrst high and Miss-^lUll won second high. :T ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adam* are | ^ and lhc ho(ne of Mrs Flowcn - s i Dyersburg, Tenn., to take their fntner nnd sister itl Bentonville. on, Wesley, to Camp Leconte. They Mrs Shcl(lon Lending and son, tell-tale problem. were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson am! son Ray who will also attend the camp. Mr. and Mrs Adnms nnd Mr. and Mr.s. Ncl.son will return Ibis week. Mr. and Mr.s, R. B. Stout and daughter, Mnry Ann are here for a week with his mother, Mrs. Dan O. Stout. Mrs. R. B. Stout and Mrs. e|Us Mf are vi5ltmg ner pnr _ Mrs A LiV erant. for ' .several flay. 1 '. Eye doctors explain that when \ve are young, vision in all range comes naturally and easily. As age, however, our eye functions ar likely to slow lip, and ordinary sin gle-vision lenses or bifocals may no •e enough. Women who do not see well an Bow en weekend Dell Women Meet In Walker Home Members of the Doreen HnwkJos Circle n£ llell Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist. Church mot in din home of Mr.s. Clara Walters fort Mrs. Dorothy Smith ancl children. Don Stout's daughter, Mvs. Lewis Wilson and family, Among girls attending Gulf Park Camp nt. Gulfport, Miss., are Linria Poet?.. Sally McCntchrn, Mary Tnrvi'r Sievpnsqn. Mury Jane Seymore. and Miuy Ann Tunmkh Thompson spent the In con way with Mrs. Thompson, who is attending the State Tenchcrs College summer session .and dnughter. Ketty Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Head, Jr. of Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Brownlee and son spent the weekend in Jonesboro visiting relatives. The Rev. Harold White, accompanied by Billy Thwealt, Curtis While, Richard Lucas. Charles Bar- 9 p.m. Hosts and hostesses are Mr. their by-monthly nice ling. Business met;!Ing preceded the pro^rnm which was opened with group singing nnd prayer -by Mrs, Udele Ncvisom. The devotion si I, "Some PVll on CJood Ground," was given by Mrs. E. H. PreweU. Others tnkiiiK part.s on program were Mrs W. A. Licsctl. Mr.s. Ed Hftrdln and Mrs. W. L Dyre. Btlly, Oorolhy, and Enr\. are here ] ron. Billy Dillard. and Raymond nism^-sul prayer was by Miss, I?.ola Moraan nfler which the hos- :ui co-nosteas, Mrs. Paul Gil- of Basic: FASHION '52. It shows yon I John Caudill. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert I itnnd ourt Mrs. Clyde Gillinnd srrv- do rtoii- Huffman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hilny B. Pt i jclrcshmentr auring * social Send 2.T cents today for your copy i nnd Mr.s. Ben H sir pole, Mr. and Mrs, j t ' how to moke your wardrobe ble duty with economical, time- savine styles Gift pattern inside. 3.1 cent?. printed Jones. Mr and Mr.s. Mason Day, Jr. Club party try Club lH'«inni Blythoville Coun- iLij at 6 p. in, from Tnunaun to .spend several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Hudson nnd family. Mrs. Smith and a sister, Mrs. OmndMl Bauglunan, spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Mnrian Hnll, who has been the houseguest of Miss Mtiureen Norris for several weeks will leave today Tor Memphis where she will go by plane to her home in Pasadena. Cnlif. Mrs. Fvc Wheeler of Los Angeles lias brrn called to Blylhevllle be- use t»[ the serious Illness ol her Olive of the Baptist Church Royal Ambassadors group, returned home Friday from a week's encampment of G6 boys at Ravenrioii Springs. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs Charles Ramcy. nnd children, left Sunday for Chicago and the Ra- hour. Rond Connor News Classified Ads Broadway wat lifted by Charles F. Brush, inventor lamp. . . in 1880 electric the load for shipper* Southwest... since 1877! L. imythe, General Agent—0. 0. Stires, Agent fidl South Kim Street — Telephones 3182 - 2fi91 mollicr. ^^rs. Fannie .laokson. who suHi'red a heart Hltack and is ii Blylticvllle Hospital. While here she will be the guest of her sister Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION J. W. Grlffln/.Osceola. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. E. Ramsey and baby. city. Florence Ashabranner, Manila. Essie Bennett, city. Guam is the largest oC the Mari,na Islands if Manila. md is 1.&OQ mil* 31 ; east efuse to wear glasses often be- oiue jittery Iroin tlie strain put on heir eyes. Frequent headaches as a result, of poor eyes not only mean jad dispositions ;tomach upsets. Besides lens but can cause Improvement, so iccessary to eye comfort, eharm- ng and colorfxtl frames are available for fashion-conscious women. Most good optical departments offer a styling service when lens frames are ordered. In that way you can get frames which comple- iient your face shape—whether it .s pear, oval, diamond, square or round. Colors of frames are as gay and attractive or as conservative as you please. The potielai will offer advice as to the color which best suits your hair a n r complexion. Many women still need to be sold on the importance of wearing eyeglasses, however. This ii spite of the billion dollars of cos nielics sold each year, included in which is eye cream, eyelash dyers, mascara, eyebrow pencil and other eye beaulifiers. If women would only Duplicate Leag-ue Plays Games Here Members of the Blythevllle Coun- ry Club Duplicate Bridge League played a five-table Howell move- nent last night in a meeting for weekly games, Winners of high score were Mra. H. C. Situs and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Winners of second high were O. S. CroweU and Mrs. Mamie Blytha Odley, and third place winners were Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. FAigenia Jenkins. Games played next week will b* the last in H six weeks series. Royal Service Held By Armorel WMU Member. 1 ; of the Armorel Women's Missionary Society of the Baptist Church met yesterday for a Royal Service program, In the home of Mrs. W. E. Ed mil n son. The program, "Meet the Alaskans," was presented by Mrs, Hugh Dixon, Mrs. Adrian Russell, Mrs, N. C. Patterson, and Barbara Edmunson, Mrs. S. H. Rcsock led the opening prayer which was followed realize that they must first achieve. by»a devotional, given by Mrs. Wei- comfort to be pretty, before they artificial aids, perhaps they don McCann. Mrs. W. L. Smith dismissed \vith prayer. would feel and look better and more The hostess served iced drink* youthful. and cake to the guests. ** ley's home, where they will spend week. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission DC & 30c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Douhle Feature PAI, NITBS 2 For I'rice of 1 THURSDAY & FRIDAY Paramouul News S: Selected Shnrls: "Mechanical Bird" & "llntlvvoorl Niglil Life" RITZ GUESTS .Mr. & Mrs. .lini Uoleson & Family .Mr. & Mr.s. Max Harrison , KMCY Will • CHW1ES HIU A tM>ff^ IrJurjror*! P^l^t —PLUS— "BADLANDS OF DAKOTA" Robert Slack Ann Kiitherford Also Cartoon E VERY girl should have one dress that looks like this. An iridescent striped sheer cotton, 'milei of it. lo float over your fullest crinoline: iu i mere hand-span of velvet. 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