The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 3, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS octe Pat llullins, Society Editor New* Phone 44C1 Mrs. .lames Kiclgvvny Stncklcy Vivian Patterson Is Married To James kidgway Stockiey Miss Vivian Patterson and James RuE^way Stockiey of Marion today pledged nuptinl'vows in the present 1 e of a large gathering of friends and relatives at SI. Stephen's Episcopal Church at four o'clock in tho aflonioon. The Rev. William J. Fitzhugh officiated at the exchange of vows. Thfe bride is the daughter of Mrs. Spurgeon Sawyer Patterson and the late Mr. Patterson, Mr. Siockley's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ambrose- Stockley of Marlon. The two altar vases were filled with white carnations nnrt each formed a half-cresent design. The altar \vn.s Hanked hy hrnnchiiti candelabra holding stately white cathedral tapers. The nisle down which tfce (vedrtlng porty approached the nltnr WEIS ln£rt with white aisle cloth and the ends of nlter- nfiting pews were adorned with white RlndloH tied with white satin (TON'S. As the cuests R^scmblrri, Mrs. Da! ton c. Fowls ton, organist, and Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann. vocnllst, wearing choir robes, present PC! n. program of nupUnl music. Mrs. Fowlston, who WHS piosenteti n duster of white carnations, played "O Lord Most Holy" hy Cnc-pnr Frnnck. "Jens. Joy of Man's Desire" by Bach, "My Hrart E\*cr Faithful" hy Bach and Bnch's "Sinfonla." Miss Trieschmann'K selections wpre "O Perfect Love" and "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" from Ruth. Tapers were lighted by Rene George and Fred Hardiuvay, who! eerved as acolytes, Mrs. Jack East, Jr.. of Little Rock, sister of the groom, served as matron of honor, nnri Miss TrfcM-h- mann. Miss Vivian Taylor, and Miss Maureen N orris were bridrsni.i ids- All attendnntfi wore Idmtlcnl bnl- lerina length po\vns of orchid tulle. T,ie strapless bodicct; had wide j bands of Venise liirn nnd over the] shoulders were ivorn tiny jnrkol.s | with draped, shnrt, pu^h-np sleeves. • Thetr tiered skirts were very full | and they wore sl^oe=: dyed to inaU-h their costmnes. They wore Juliet caps of velvet ribbr;ii v in Identical color to tliat of thnr iiowns, \vith tir.y brow veil?. Mrs. E?st carrier! a no-fv-u- of Better Timep ra?e Iv.icif rnnipje^cly encin'lod iviili pink ca.-n,Ttio:is arid shnrt strcaiv.c! i. H:-:Ors:r,f;lLk' uo'-e- gnys were of orchid car!'.;r,ioti^ s'.sr- P'jff? nnd plir-r( s'.u nliters. Bride U'cars TtcilP ;im< Safin G:vrn in mnrv:r,'..c !••-• her niot'-vr the bride aTprorch*\1 the n';:ir t',:«I n o - >:r hrici.i! paliJi. The v.;i;-.; riblwn. Jnmcs Mullins of Shreveport served Mr. Stockiey us forsl man nnd uslif-rs ivcrn Uobci't Oor(<h of Scott. Ark.. Jack Ru^t. Jr.. of LU- tjo Rork. and Frank Unrrell of Forrest City. Por the marrinpo of her daughter, .Mrs. Patterson n prown of dusty ror-c with lace bcdire and chiffon skirl. She pinned a purple orchid n' ti^r fhmilrlrr. Mrs. SUK-klcy. who ))!iinrd a lav- piiripr orchid n( her .shoulder, wotr n Periwinkle creation in blue chiffon. Hereplmn Given Follow ins the wecidinc:, a recep- tioti was heltl at the linme of the bride's mother Standing on the buffet was an iirninpemcmt of .sto;k in fan sh;ipe and centering the tn- Ijle was the wrddmg cake whirl) was encircled vviih fern, .studded at intervals with white riivnatlons. At tfir bfidc's bofi}-; xvns Miss Hetty liliis-k. Mrs. J. M. Williams. Jr.. nnd Miss Manrory Hiile scr/ocl cuke, anci seivini; punch were Miss Wedding Party Is Honored at Hotel Noble Hotel Noble was the scene yesterday and !a-,t ninhi of activities I for the weddini; party of Mi>.s VI- j vian Patterson and James I!idsv.ay .Slw):li>>', when Miss I'atterson en- j lc-rtaincd with a 1 p.m. luncheon 1 lor her bridesmaids, and Mr. :uul \ Mis. Charles A. Htoi kley entertain- j ed with a rclifiii'Mil dinner for! meiiiljcr.s nl the vv«ltling party. | Miss Jo Ann Ttiesi-hmam], Miss; Vivian Taylor I Miss Maureen, Norris, who will tdve as brirles-1 maids, ami Mrs. Jack Easl. Jr.. matron of honor and sister of Mr. Slovkley. were honored nl luncheon! yesterday at the coffee shoji oi Ho- j (el Noble. Centering their table was a nc.*t : of individual forsakes of white carnations forming nose:;ays and tied with stj-cainet.s of lavender .<-atin which e>:irn<lcd to the place cards: appointing tho's scuts. Miss Patterson presented each at- ! tendant. wilh a .silver nut cup en-! rraved with the date of the mar-1 For the occasion, the bride-elect 1 chose an a«nia lurked cotton creation over crinoline with which she wore a while pin lire hnt and while accessaries. | Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ambrose i SfO'-kley of Marion were hosts lasl, ; illicit for an r, pm. buffet dinner! In the Mirror Doom, immediately followiiiL; rehearsal at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. OverlayliiK the lable from which dinner was served was a nralinc and orRnnrly c!olh which extended to Ihr- floor. The centerpiece was of white stock, feverfew, pink carnations and F.vpsophlllla. and standing on either 5ldo were silver candelabra entwined with greenhouse sml- lax. A cown of orchid and pale blue nylon tulle over taffeta wns the bride-elect's choice for the evening's activities. The ballerina leneth skirt was full gathered and bodice was i fitted. She wore blue satin shoes] and small half bat of the same material as her dress Otlt-of-toutt guest.s were Mr. and Mrs. Jack East, Jr.. of Little Rock. Mrs. Maurice Mitchell of * Little Rock. Miss Mary Jane Watkins of Sprinednle, Ark.. Robert Dortch of \ Scott. Arfc.. Frank Ifarrcll of Forrest City, and James Mullins of Shreveport. Former Resident Exchanges Vows In Liverpool Miss Irene nedmond, daughter of'*" 11 Mvc " Uhlcs of hrld se an <i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rednm-d of!, at the nm(ic rn » yesterday l.ivcrnool. Eneland hp Mm »' ih» I 0 ". cmo0 "- Rustic Inn Scene Of Dessert Bridge Miss Prances nou'en and Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford entertained I with seven tables of bridge anrt TtlURSDAY, JTUIY 9, \VM Glndloli and zinnias were used Jn room In Mrs. Ln Neal Reid icon first ptiw which was a lazy susan; Miss Francos Bright won second prize, a compact; Mrs. Jane Carson won low. and was given cologne, and Mrs. T. H. Caraway won brJdgo j anrt was given a relish dish. Liverpool. England, biide of Gordon Lee Hammock of j ."/"""" ;',"" '•'"""•• Corning. Ark., formerly of Blyihc-1 ^'hirh "JiL^ ?", i° ut the ville. son o/ Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert piayeil. Dee Hammock. Si 1 ., of Corning, at Holy Cross Church. St. Helena. Ena- laiKl. Kith ttre Rev. Dona! Moynihan officiating, June 14. Given in marriage by her brnth- F-r, Arthur Redmond of Liverpool. Finland, the bride wore a gown of ballerina length of while French lace over white tulle and taffela. A cap fit v.hite lace anrt tulle ornamented with lily of tho valley was raueht to a veil of illusion. She carrier! a hnndspray of roses and carnations adorned with slephano- lis Preceding the bride \verc hr-r attendants. Mls.s Pauline ftedmond and Miss Patricia Drysrlale of Liverpool, EnMlaml. They wore dresses of ballerina len!.'lh of pale blue or- Bandy over blue taf/eta and blue flowered hcaddre-srs. The brtde-s- mairiR carried colonial posio? of i ro-rK and sweet peas. Mr. H;m7Ji)or:t:',s be-t man Wiilter E. Felts. USAP. Wan Knvlnnd and ushers wove toiiher and Nicholas Wilrte, USAP. i Members of CIB were entr-rlamrd War.cnton. England. | last night by Miss Belly Black at .Mrs. Redmond, mother of me: the Rnzorback with a dessert bride. worn a lime Green suit with j bridge. I'ley accessot ifi and her rnr.=;iKC 1 Miss Black had as her enrols was of pink carnations. I with the club Miss Nancy Holland Mrs. Mai-y Rodmom! ontcrtaitK'd : and Mrs. John Lewis, with a rav|>tion at Ihc Broadway Those- who placed in the bridge Hotel, SI. Helens. England. 1 Barnes were Miss Black first, and The bride graduated from I/me- ! Mrs - Richard T, Mills second. Miss Two Guests Meet With Club Here Mrs. S. C Owens and Mrs. Loy Welch were guests of Mrs. Otto Scrape yesterday when she entertained members of Club Eight a' i the Rustic Inn. Winners of (lie bridge games played following the dessert course, were Mrs. Scrape, hi?h. and Mr.5. Welch second. Mrs. Graham Sud- l»iry won the bridge. ... JCIB"ciub~Meets '~|At Razorback Television- Ton ite. Tomorrow WMCT, Memphis. Ch»«n«l 4 Coming Events view Secondary School and attfMirl- ed WhiUwrn Hour-dins Schonl anrt is a fjntfJi/rtle of Madion Hurpfrs' Cnmmcrdnl College, Liverpool, Enulanrl. Mr, Hurnmofk Is n graduate of Blythcvtllc High School and at- trmlecl C'otumbifi Military Academy, Columbia. Term., and the University of Arkansas where he '.vns n member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. He i.i stationed with the Air Force at Bur ton wood Base. Warr niton, England. Upon receiving his relnnr-e from the service, he will be nssa- olated in business with his father and brother at Hammock and Sons Motors, Corning. Ark. Tho bride rhose lor her traveling costume a turquoise, blue gross srain .suit with whites accessoric-s and wore a white orchid. '['he couple left foltowins the reception, for a \voddiiiR trip to Iro- lanrl. The crniple will mnke their home in Liverpool, England, where they will live while Mr. Hnmmnck is stationed at Burtonwbod Base. LuL-IIa Barnes won the bridgo, Fireworks, Food, Golf For Fourth at BCC Fourth of July will be celebrated at Blytheville's Country C 1 i: b as usual with golf, food and fireworks. The club's golfers will be play- Ing tho final IS holes of a 36-hole tournament and a barbecue dinner will be served buffet style in Ihe evening. Two moving pictures, one. for children and one (or adults, will be shown. The youngsters will .see a cartoon aird sports fans can see pictures of the Maryland-Tennessee Susar Bowl game after the [(reworks display. WSCS Has Meeting In Kembrell Home Members of lite Women's Society of Christian Service of the Promised Land Methodist Church met Mnttrcu! ticking should be ftromr | l,l.3t niqht' In the home of Mrs Bill cnouuh so thai it will not stretch Kimbrell with 10 members present U'ith use. Judee It by closeness of Mrs. Folix Hill led the opening weave nnd smoothness of finish. prayer Mrs. Marcus Gnines con- Mr, and Mrs. Jim Watts and family of Chicago, iii., are visiting their parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Hendoii of Calumet and Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Walts of Blyihcville. Airman first Class William R. Kersey spent his delay in transit from Maryland to Ellington Air Force Base in Houston, Tex-., u'ith tlis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floy Kersey. Miss Doris Stees ot Harrisburg. Pa., was als6 a guesl In their home. Mrs. G. H. Ralph and granddaughter, Miss Joyce Steclc. are spending three weeks in Chicago and Flint with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jaggers and son. Jimmy, left today for Korforlc, where they will join their daughter. Linda, who U there with Mrs. Jag«ers' parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barnes. Mr. Jaggers will return after the weekend but Mrs. J.iesjers and the children plan to remain a month longer. i Mr. and Mrs. Sanclford Boone and] children, Becky and Susan, of! Jackson. Tenn.. are the guests of I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G.' Holland, for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. c. L. McWaters ami d:iii|;hteis left today 'or DeKalb. Miss., to visit Mrs. McWaters' mother, Mrs clco Langston. for the week end. Mr. McWaters will return this week end. Mrs. McWaters ind daui-htcrs. and Mrs. Langston. accompanied by Mrs. G. O. Poetz. also a daughter of Mr.s. Lane.ston. and Ronnie will RO (o Gulfport, Miss., for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Joiner and children. Uremia nnd John Kenneth. Jr.. of Cran-fnrdsvllle spent vesterday in Blythcville with relatives. Miss Lynn Dowdy, daughter af Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dowdy of Bliyheville, and a freshmnn student at Baptist Memorial Hospital School of Nursinc in Memphis, received her cap Friday in a candlelight ceremony In the hospital chapel. Miss Dowdy is a graduate o[ RlytlievUle High School.' Mrs. Ben Hamner of Tampa. Fla., who has been the guesls of her son. Clyde Perry, and family, left yesterday to visit another son, Blande Perry, and family in Little Rock. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise are spending several weeks in Nashville visiting his brother, Harry Vise, and family. ducted the business session which was followed by a monthly program entitled "Let the Earth Be Glad " presented by Mrs. Hill anrt Mrs. Calvin Hill. They were dismissed with the Lord's Prayer, Mrs. Carl Burton became a nea' member of the group. NIGHT, JULY I 6:00 Groucho Marx 6:30 Gene Autry 1:00 Dragnet 7:30 Mr. Peepers 8:00 Martin Ksnc 8:30 Arthur uodfrey fl:00 Racket Squad 9:30 Gov. Browning 10:00 Dreak the Bank 10:30 News 10:35 Film Feature 12:00 News J2:05 Sign Off ' FRIDAY, JULY 4 6:45 Test Pattern 7:00 Today 7:25 News 7:30 Today 7:55 News 8:00 Prologue to the Future 8:30 Breakfast Party 9:00 Mrs. U.S.A. 9:30 Strike It Rich 10:00 Storyland 10:!5 J.ove of Life 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Morning Meditation 11:00 Film Featurette 11:15 Garry Moore 11:45 First 100 Years 12:00 News 12:15 Farm Program 12:30 Homcmakers' Prosram 1:00 Big Payoff 1:30 Johnny Dugan 2:0!) Manhattan Matinee 3:00 Hawkins Falls 3:15 Gabby Hayes 3:30 Howdy Doody 4:00 News 4:05 Berl Olswanger 4:30 Space Cadets -1:45 Hartoons 5:00 Summer Show Case 5:15 News 5:25 Weatherman 5:30 Those T\vo 5:45 News Caravan 6:00 Curtain Call 6:30 We. The People 7:00 Doorway to Danzer 7:30 Ballerina 8:00 Cavalcade of SporU 8:30 Bill Day 8:45 Meet The Stars 3:00 Charlie Wild 9:30 Playhouse of Stars 10:00 Lights Out 10:30 News 10:40 Big Picture 11:10 Industry On Parade 11:30 News 11:40 Sign Off SATURDAY, JULY S 9:00 Test Pattern 9:15 News : 9:75 Morning Meditation 9:30 Littte Revue 10:00 Big Top 11:00 King Stallion 11:50 Tibet 12:00 News 12:15 Nature of Things 12:30 Super Circus Stitch and Chatter Club has 8! p.m. meeting with Mrs. Kay Keith.! Annella Humphreys and Mis. 1 ; Ilar- Iwr;) Morrly of West Memphis. ,-Mso ;ir. Lstinc was Mniy Janr Wn'kins /ti Sprinp.riale. Ark. Each assistant \va> give]! an arrangement of white ciiinatinns for her hair. Oiit-of-rfivnj RncM* <verp from AiiL-usta. .Marlon. Memphis, anci ! Little Rock. i ! The couple departed for a wcd- clinc; trip to Florida, the bride { uearin^ n natural silk suit featuring an accordian pleated skirt. She wore a navy hat and her other accessories were of natural shantung. Her bridal orchid was pinned at her shoulder. Upon their return, about the mid- tile of July, the young couple will make their home in Marion. i PAIRS AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION «. ...... ,,.,,:«.z >.>.;; L^HMCI'U V, , . II n ,.> -,.••_ IJ/QD^^VJ^-f JS5>SWafaS f.-!e f,-yv o! tl:;^™! rl^'M '."lie. ; ?*s"^ s S s Vt^i% i)- Bnl r» han , !n= „„ ,,;--: rt ,cd ,•„::,- jfel '^.'$,U;.4u- vrr. a wide b.iv.J of F<:>n r>:-,,»vo:,-i- ! 11"%, '«*'vfe»W%«^ iss:-^^^^ 1 fe^i^ialj '^ 1 : i . i ;;.,v irti: 'r,"":'.";•::..'": &~M •••&sfe4 THURSDAY & FRIDAY Enjoy the 4fh ol the Cool, Cool Ritz! •^^^^Mi^^m nl A r;' !•.: r.i -.^rr r-.'i-'. !:;,-• b-:ir \-r.:l <=Vn \vh;.-h V';••••-; n v, [-•:- ::• T^ ;\»n-l of i i3\y r i . r •• ';:;;-'•• -;-, .,,,;}. f1 i'i---- n! i'" • v ''.". ;; '.'i :':• n '.i 1: nvir: nf "'"'"•t !>t -••' is '"rriH-.: u- cfti'ojTcl v."'i i \v:i:te (.-. c-v - t j i^-.^.-d ui ;ni r 's of FvLt-.rh nu'iv.f- p.:-,d pu;ol r-?.;m Ladies 2.99, 3.95, 4.95 CASUALS - SANDALS DRESS SHOES Mesh ... Two-Tones... Straws. . . Cork Hi-Wedges Yoyr Choice lljll hljdiicr, lir-.'h iirrwiire, q:-.s p.iir.v hi-.-.rt p,iin«. nrrvcs. VITAL TONE l.V r.a\.ili\ t ; 't m.ij hflp (o remove Ihr cnusr. Ilimtlreils have found relief nilh VITAL TOXK. OWENS DRUG STORE M.iin and Railroad .Mr ^ Mr. A RITZ & MIS. K .Mr. vS; Mi r. & .Mr-. Mis. Ne\\ GUESTS M. 11(^11 & Family s. !)ifk Hums Marion \\ illi;ims ton \VI\ilis & Family 6.95 & 7.95 DRESS SHOES Nylon Mesh — Spectators — Two- 5 ^J Tone Combinations. Low, Med. & **% High Heels ^^ &$4 SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE "v^^s^tii^^^^- Y'S SHOE STORE *~ SffM TOMt KING OF TUK I'OXGO Serial & Cartoon 114 w. Ma ln <H ext Door fo Wo de Furnftlire Co/ Birthday Party Given at Home Twenty gueslj w er)) at the hom . of Mr. aim Mrs. A. B. Jag^ere last evening for & picnic lupper »r.d birthday party honoring their son Jimmy, on his eighth birthday Miss Ernestine French, his school teacher, was a special guest and Mrs. Ed Jacks, an aunt of the honoree, assisted Mrs. Jaggers in serving. Games were played on the lawn at their home and VIcki Clark wai a prize winner. Picnic Supper Given at Home An Informal picnic supper wa* Riven at the home of Mr. and Mrs W. L. Smith for Mr. and Mrs. D *ai R. Garner of Fort Pierce. Fla., who * are the houseguests of Mrs. N. c. Patterson and family, and other out of town guests, wilh 25 attending. Other out of town guesfs wer« Mrs. Paul Combs of Stewart, Pla, also a guest of Mrs. Patterson, the Rev. Abner Redding of Sheridan Ark., guest of Mr. and Mrs. Weldon McCann, and Miss Lois Arsh of Mississippi, a guest of Mr. and Mrs T. R. Watson. At the Hospitals Blvlhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Thomas Russell. Jr., city. Earl Knipple. city. Wall] Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. T. H. Smith, city. Luck Davis, Rt. 2. \ 1:30 Building a Character Metal 2.00 Baseball 4:00 Meet The Stars 4:15 Time. Server of Man 4:30 One Man's Family 5:00 TV Teen club 5:30 Lone Ranger 6:00 All Stars Revue 7:00 Blind Date T:30 Dance Party 8:00 TV News Conference 3:30 Your Hit Parade 9:00 Ole Am. Barn Dane* 9:30 Wrestling 10:30 News 10:40 C. A. Prevue 10:45 Here's To Your Heaith Jl:45 News 11:55 Sign Off Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30e At AH Times LAST TIMES TONITE PAL NITES 2 For Price of 1 —PLUS— Also Cartoon FRI.-SAT Double Featur* M-6-M'S orions comedy! —PLUS—' Also Cartoon

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