The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 5, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS .lulling, Society Editor f ivl Fat Mulling, Phone 4J61 Frances McHaney Is Engaged to B. F. Brogdon Mr. and Mrs. John Cornelius McHaney announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss M a r y Frances McHaney. to Benjamin Franklin Ilrogdon, son of [lift Jnte Mr. and Mrs. B. F, Brogdon. Miss McHaney is a graduate of Blythevillc High and attended Arkansas Slate College in Joncsboro. Mr, Brogdon graduated from BIy- • theville High School and attended the University of Tenjie.ssee in Martin, He is rnannger and co- owner of Farmers Implement Company. The ceremony will be performed July 19 st the First Christian Church at 10 !n the morning, with the Her. James W. Rainwater officiating. Serving 1 as maid of honor will be Miss Palty June Davis nnii Mrs. Blan S. Heath will light the tapers. Mrs. Tom B. Miller of Memphis will be vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Dawhoti C. Fowi- st on, organist, who will also present nuptial music. Charles !_,. Brogdon, brother of the groom, will servo as best man. Recent Bride Is Complimented A musical wedding march motif was carried out in the decorntiou centering the bride's (nljJe yesver- dny afternoon when Mrs. Marvin Owen, a recent, brklo. was complimented with a defserl bridge party in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Hostesses were Mrs. E. L- Hale, Mr5. J. C. Ellis, and Mrs. R. W. Nichols. On the bride's table, a violin held her corsage of white cnrnations, accenting the musical motif, Inter carried out in tallies. Tall basket. 1 ; ot gladioli, ycl!o\v lilies, and phlox were arranged throughout the room. A madiera tabte cloth overlaid the gift tHblc which was adorned with a tiny hrlde and groom surrounded by pink-gowned bridesmaids. Miniature vases of Peruvian ILHes centered the Individual tables from which sherbet, angel food cake and coffee were served. Following the bridge games, first prise was presented to Mrs, Owen, second to Miss Jessie Sritc, third to Mrs. Otto Scrape and bridge to Mrs. and a silver bon bon dish. Mrs. O'.vens \vo-s formerly Marguerite Matthews, Miss Wonderfully Versatile 12.<2 Bv Sue BurnRlt Bits oi News 11 loilltj Pal Taylor, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe. Is spending the ,-eek in Memphis with relatives. Allen and Jerry Berry, students at University of Mississippi. Oxford, spending the holiday weekend iiere with their parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Kendal Berry. Mr. and Mrs, W, J. Pollard, ac- ompamed by Miss Hetty Ulack, re vacationing in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mallory and daiiKhtors are spending the week; 1 in Hot Springs on Lake Hamilton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel F. Norris uid daughter. Keen, are spending several weeks in Florida. Mr. nnd Mrs. John K. Fergu- .011 and son of Ultle Hock a r u the , week end wnh her! Wedding Plans Announced by Jean Dedman Miss Miriam Jeanette Dedman will lie married to Robert lf-e Waiden at 4 pin. on August 2 at First Christian Church by the Rev. James w. Rainwater. Miss Dedman Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dedman and he Is the son o! Mr. and Mrs. John Wahlen. Miss Donna Drdman will serve her sister us maid of honor and liridesmaids are Jo Ann Gardner of Memphis and Savannah, Tenn. fiarbara Stewart, of Poplar Bluff Hetty Holland and I.iicrcla Bunch. James BariiKlalc will «rve as best man and ushers are Richard Oneal Dedman, lirolher of the hride-elect. F,dt;ar Cain, James Robert Gelss- mann, John Price Waklr-n, of Ma- ptewood, Mo., and brother of the ; Bloom. Cecil Lowe, If. vocalist.' SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1952 C;n/MIAM FAMILY KKU.VTO.V r.S HKI.D-Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Graham were hosts yesterday at thtir home al 401 S. 15th for a family reunion over the holiday week, the first In two years. Guests came from as far as Chicago and Detroit to attend the affair. All Ihclr children were present with the exception of one daughter of Wilmington, CalK. Among those from Blylheville were Mr. and Mrs. Troy Graham ami Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hichard- son. liarcnts. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. lingers and otiier relatives. Mrs. C. R. James of Greenfield. I'cjin., will arrive Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Newton \Vlnns. Among out of tov, - n quests ( o r the wedding ol Miss Vivian I'm- leison to James Ridgway Stock- cy of Mririon, were Mr. and Mr.s. J. J. McKellar, Mrs. Sclinn Al- lenbetK and daughters, Kay and Ann, Mr. nnd Mrs. Noiris Blackburn, Mr. and Mr.s. Horace Moore, Sr.. Miss Elizabeth Moore. Kain Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ridg- wny and Mr. and Mr.s. H. Waller Slocklcy, al! of Mennihis; Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Banks ot Clnrk.stl.ilc, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hand of Marion; Mr. a ;i <i Mrs. lloiacc Moore. Jr.. of Frenchman's Bn- •ou; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mitchell of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Nowel Gregory of Augusta; Mr. and Mrs. Jack East. Jr., of Little- Rock; Robert Dortch, Jr.. of Scott, Atk.; Frank Harrell of Forrest City; Miss Mary Jane Watkins. of Springiljilc, Ark.; Miss Barbara Bean of West Memphis; and James Mullms of Shrcveport. Mrs. WynU Henley has as her Bilesls, her brother. J. N. Wilton and Mrs. Wilton of Willow Springs. Mo. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Salllin have i their guests, their clnughter.. Miss Alice Saliba ot strcetcr. 111., ! nnd their son. Joe Salibn. of Washington, D. C. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Leslie Sheppard, and daughter, Beverly of Cohim-1 bus, Gn.. are tho guesls of her' mother. Mr.s. J. D. Rogers. The' Sheppards arc former Blythevllle residents. Darleiie Feirberj;. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Plait, has gone to Camp Burr Oaks at Mule- nwongh, WIs., where she will spend eight weeks, of tlie serious illness of his brother. T. E. Welch, L o y Welch left yesterday by plane from Memphis for Phoenix. Ariz., where his brother Is hospitalized. My. Mrs. We .ch drove hi.n to Mem" r land Mis. Murray Smart. _..„ will present a of nuptial music I A reception will be held at the home of the- bride's parents and those assisting will be Mi*s. Albert Taylor. Mrs Don Fletcher o! Joiner. Mrs. Duff Gaither, Mr.s. Russpll Mosley. Miss fiolietta Bracey. Miss Donna Sue Gore, Miss E'.amona Craflon, Miss Gay Garrluan. and Miss Betty I.acen of Memphis. Neil Modinger Has Party Here Neil MarHnffor celpbrntert his sixth birthday Wcdne*<lnv aftcr- nnon when lie v.'.is host to 2.5 yovmp (jurats nt the hornp of his pnretU.s, Mr, si ml Mrs. Cornelius Modingpr Jr. In keeping with the patriotic hol- HOLLAND NEWS !>}' -Mrs. Kd ilamplnn, Jr. has been transferred to Mobile, /n.i . .."in his base at, Cheyenne. He is with the Air Force. Mr. nnd Mr*. Theodore Payne were In Memphis Saturdav where enoe Workman and Mr. and Mr«. VorU Workmin. Mr. and Mrs. Max Parker were In Trumann, Ark., Sunday to see Dr. mid Mrs. Julian Fairley and Infant daughter, Anila Jean. From there, Mr. Parker left for Spring- flcld, Mo., on a two-day business (rip. Miss Dolores Parker and Ira Ashley visited friends In Marianna Sunday. Mr.s. Henry Oestrlng Is back in St. Ixjuis with her husband who is employed there. She has spent the past two months In her home here. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kenley thru the past lev days were Mr. nnd Mr.s Don Wlliferd of Battle Creek, Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Workman of Portageville and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bunch of Yarbro. Over the week end Miss Laura Push of near Fort Leonard Wood was '.vith her mother, Mr.s. Edna Pugh. After two weeks Mr.s: Charlotte Curry and Mrs. A. J. Smith have recently returned from Kcntwood and Baton Rouge. La., where they visited Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Feltman. Mrs. Fred Coplin of New Madrid! was here with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Utley, a short time en route to San Diego naval base to] see her son. Gene Coplin. She will he there indefinitely. With Mrs. Nannie Porter and son this week are Mrs. Floyd Kinkade av wer ........ — - ••"- ^".a. imju r\u the latter received a medical check allrt u '° children of Memphis. • Honored uii IlirtlnUy Culton B. 1'orter was guest of I hnnor at a birthday dinnr-r party ! and son. Charles of Memphis Recent house-guests al Mrs An- Doutliict ' Whitefleld ^ .- nie Cohoons were Mr. and Mrs nus- niesday even(ni! at the lionie of j sol Dcvore and lativly of Rid"e)v his mother, Mr.s. Nannie Porter. As-1 Tenn., and Mrs. Willard Bradlord misled by MJSS Jo While of Cooter, and ion. stcphan. of Hnyli ljride-ele j et ol Mr. Porter, the only 1 "—- ^...'-- . other were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berry. The table was attractive in Bi-ecn linen with a c< n- ter design of fresh cut flowers in an oUlonn bowl of milk white china. lliljle School lo Start 'Hie Baptist Church will have thrir annual summer term of Vacation Bible School starting Mnn- day. lasting thru the week. TPH school will bet,'in at rule thirty each afleinnon and Fi'iday evening there' will be commencement cxci s j when certificates will be awarded! ~""' displays of the week's at the Methodist Hospital. Returning Sunday, their car was considerably damaged when a north bound i automobile collided with them. No {one was injured. In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.' Clarence Ullcy and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Carney of Hlytheville arrived following three weeks of vacationing in California and slates en route there. At Long Reach, they were hou«e- guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Car- the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Kenley were guests In Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Walker's apartment white the Walkers, who are on the school faculty here, were In Omaha The Kcnleys also were guests of Mr and Mrs. Ed Berry, the latter a former school superintendent here, and the Ralph Brasswells there. Pfc. and Mrs. Lcroy McDanlel will arrh-e (Ills week for a 15-dav leave and vacation with Mr. and Mrs. j. w. McDanlel. They are from the International Air Base in. Miami. Keitha Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Hudson of Birmingham, is here with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Cape-' hart, during school vacation season. At the Hospitals Blyllicvillc Hospital Dismissed: Allen Vnn Winkle, City F. A. Rogers, City Carol Gordon, City James Hitchcox. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. X. L. Barnett, City L. O. Wood, Cily Mrs, Gene Poole and baby, Cily Mrs. Helen Sims and baby. City Mrs. V. L. Blackwell and baby, Steele Mrs. Gene Reeves, City. Do not starch most linens. Creasa as few times as possible, folding differently every now am! then to avoid wear. Store linen in blue paper to avoid yellowing. ncfday afternoon. She is the guest,' ttm of New Madrid; of her mother, Mrs. Lon Moore ot ^ Hampton, sr.. < Slecle. | and Robert Hampt, Leaving Monday, Mrs. VCITJ, I t*in. Grove. Mo. Swanson and son and dauchtefi M«s. Lexie Koldnian Mr and Mrs Kirs Drurv —... nsrd were in red, T , while and ujwe. and each child was , ,, ",, ' ,., .;. ,' mescnlcd a miniature lias as a \'"" m "- Mls - ch;ls - temple .favor. ContimilnK the theme, the 1 Xj'" ,,„"" 1:U '' rmt ' dlil1 j large birthday cake, served with ire jji™ , "',' cream, was iced as nil American flag. After Noil hnd opened his Rifts, outdoor cnuies were played lor several hours. Half Moon News mother and grandmother Mrs. Maud Richard the past two weeks. They are from Flint, Mich. Accompanying them to Flint were Mrs. LMsle Richard and son, Jlmmie, of Haytl. In the home of Mrs. Franklc Coli llns Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ar- itriictcirs'"""' Collills of nidgeloy and Mr 'ncl Mrs I s '"' Mrs - Fr!mk Collins, s- Mrs Mr • !uld Mrs - Jack Edwards. Sr., fv and Mrs. Connie jun- i wll ° movcd '" Richmond, Calif., a _ .. Mrs. Veimon Jones and i - vrnr "'""' a " iv " t Wednesday at Mr. Mr.s. Cecil Jackson, the Junior Kirls; i nna Mrs- .j-....,^.,,. ,11, u ;,vji[ ttuu uHu^iitei , i>j«.^. i-t-xic noiQnian and two Oerry nnd Denl«e have visited iheir ! Rrnndsons of nichl.ind, Mo., c.ime Monday for a visit with Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Sam Kenley and Mr. and Mrs. John Whltener were among parents from here visiting college students in Columbia over work shown to the public. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnsoti of Rockford. 111., iue visiting friends and relatives here. Mrs. Joseph Byv.nk and children of Brooklyn. N. Y., are visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Hoskins. and niher relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Spencer and children. Miss fkinnic and Bctila Spain, ail of Slanton. Mich.. are viKilinjr.ihctr parents, Ed Spain Martha Cohoon will art as secrelarj for the week of school and Judy Cohoon is pianist. Personals After ten days. Mrs. Bill Sherwood. Mrs. Jeff Northern. Mrs. Nat Nunnery, accompanied by Mrs., ... Price Tatcm of Memphis, have re- [,,.,„ turned from a Southern vacation " y aro trip. In Riloxi the- ' : —— '- -'• for hls w'lfe an ddatighter Lotiljse : wlio liave been at the home of Mrs. Wiisoti's mother. Mrs. W. A. Curry. ln Secle the past month. Sunday '^^"VT? ur-V^ T' 0 ° f Mr " : ? nd ""' ' ° 0 " " Wtl5t |" herc - Leav " 1 ?. M °'^- the William Wilfons " milke , tlunr , llome '» Ashevillc. formerly of Memphis. , Mr «' F(!rtri *™?!/ w Mr;«ri C 4^r°/|» 1 ' 1 -«^«'!idrcn of McAller,,' Tex.. .John Seymour for iftree days. From[.*'"? pmong the visitors a,t the.Jtm theie they spent a rlav sicht seeing i "'" . Ponsa-'' vl ™ '" (llc Avls family, Cpl. Carl I Mitchell and family for tli< monlii. left Monday for their In Portland. Ore, trolt. Midi... nre visiting his mother, >, ~ * — -- "- "j i ^Irs. J,. W. Portlock, and other Bunn has Joined the Navy nnrt is relatives and friends naw hiking his basic tunning nt! San Dieico. Calif. nmn Mr M r-- r-, hnvp nn ^, M .' S - C ' E ' p-'lBKCr, Jr.. have as their guests for the holi- m^'/rf- Rni MVS ' C ' E " r m of Fayettevilln. ' ' Mrs ' U " y Mrs. E. E. Smith returned yesterday to her home In Baton' Rouge. La., after a week's visit here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman. E. B. Gee. Jr., Russell Phillips. Jr., nnd Marion Smith, are among Blythevlllo, University of Arkansas students spending the holiday week end in Hardy. Drs. Carl nnd Edna Nies left today for Minnesota for a month's vacation. One estimate Is thiU nnrlrnt Rome u.;ed 02 million gallons of water n dny. Seamless acetate tricot draperies ; designed (o cover picture windows with no unsightly middle seam are .valbble Jn a neu- width — 152 — inches. This is the first time that tricnl has been knil In such « great uitttn - in New Orleans, then to cola for a fc'\v day vacationing on tiie Gulf, ,-lt Camp Bctming near I Columbus. Ga., they were quests ot Mrs. Slioi wood's, son, Pvt. Max Sherwood, who is a mail clerk there, i Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Sadller. fnr- nierl}- of tills community, were here during Ibe week at Mr. and Mrs. Board Stivers and other friends. Rev. Sarlriter. who once piistorecl: the Haptist Church here, is now! in charge of a rural church near St. Louis. | Among the college students ex-: pr-ctcd this week-end are Sammy I Kenley. Miss Shirley Whltener and; Miss Patricia Utley all of Colum- • bla University. j Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Frakes and i diuMhtcr. Mrs. Gervis Capi'S. were in Golden. Mo., near Springfield Monrlay and Tuesday where they drove tiirir datmhter and i.istcr, Mrs. Tete Young, nnd small daughter, Oayla Ann. who had visited in their home a week. At Mr. and Mr.s. Norman Hick's over the week-end was their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jordan home during 'the past rnllv. recently visited" home, ,who SICK? l bladder, high hlnod pressure, pa i R5, li en d p.i ins, n e rves, (A Laxative) snur lUnmarh'.' Try VITAL TONE It may lirlp tn remove the cause. Hundreds have found rrlief nidi VITAL TOXK. OWENS DRUG STORE Main and Railroad HOMEMAKING Can Be Made EASIER... There's no need for you to spend beautiful Summer days indoors, scrubbing and ironing heaps of soiled laundry. Let us take over your laundry • chores al a surprisingly Ion- cost. We take meticulous care. BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 need reliable ,'Sf answers to your"cfiiis -M' questiani" this year! • • > get 'icm in Often referred to as "a newspaperman's newspaper" the MONITOR covers the world with a networkof News Bureaus and correspondents. Order a special introductory subscription today — 3 months for $3. You'll find the MONITOR "must" reading and os necessary i as your HOME TOWN ' "i PAPER. Th# Chiiitlon Science Monitor One.NorvQySl., Bo*ton 1 5. M o »., U.S.A. nption e on introductory Moni- 76 liiutji. 1 encloie 53- (name) iaddrciii ' <city) P8-10 done) (stoTe) Your favorite companion all sum-' m « r a ilaj'llnier thnt ! is easy to \v cn r and c;ire tor. Make i it in n f-.O'Aing. lybbable cotton, ac- j centcd wnh sp.irkline white collar ! ar.d pocket trim. < Pattern Xo. 8S07 is a sett-rite per- i foratcrl pattern in sizes 12. H 16. i 18. :0; 40. 42. Size 14. 4', yards of ??- 1 inch; % yard trim. i For this pattern, send 30c In ! CO1XS, vour name, aridrci-s. M7C desircd, BllS the PATPERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier Nous. 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6. Ill Basic FASHION- for '52 is filled with ideas to make your clothes budget CO further time-saving and economical rtesiem that nre easy to scv. Gilt pattern printed Inside 25 cents. FARM LOANS •-' .You Can- Pay * fcNYAMOUNT from farm fncorn* without penalty FARM INCOME PRIVILEGE r* irrl/irn into ynur note when ymt hnrrn Itmn from TERRY Abstract & Realty Co. 213 Walnut Phono 23S1 Mortgage I.o.ins of All Kinds Closed Until July 21 Please no(e that (he office will be closed from July Ith until JuK 25sl. Dr. Charles Craig, Dentist AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE Split-Second KING OK THE CONGO Serial & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Kenneth Hnilcy's Host Selling Novel "LYDIA BAILEY" Color hy Technicolor Bale Robertson, Anne Fr.ivtris. Chnrlcs Korvin X- William .Marshal! Also Paramotml News, Cm loon & Novell v Reel I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! R1TZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Clarence Sweet Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Mcntlci'son Sc Family Mr. &• Mrs. Pete Thompson, Sr. Mr, £ Mrs. Earnest Hoc Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starrs 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times SAT. OXf.Y Double Feature 'BUTCH MINDS THE BABY" Hnnlerkk Crawford

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