The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 4, 1952
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BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW* FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1952 Jant Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mullins- Jones Vows Are Said In Ceremony >II&s Beverly Joan Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A It man Jane* of Blytheville, became the brtd* of Charles Edward Mullins ol Osceola in a Nov. 25 ceremony performed m Hernando, Miss. Mr. Mulltns h the son of Mr, find Mrs. Thomas Milton- Mullins of Os- oeola. The Rev. V* f . S. McAeilly, minister of the Hernando Methodist Church, officiated'at the ceremony. Miss Peggy Zachcry served us maid of honor and was dressed In a frock of pink taffctA. She wore accessories of blue and pinned at her shoulder bHie tinted carnations. Charles McFarland of O.ceola served as best man, Tor her marriage, the bride v-'nre^ an afternoon gown nf powder blup moire taffeta. Her accessories wrrej of navy blue and her bridal flower 1 was a white orchid. Mrs. Mullins Is a member of the senior class of Blytheville High School, she Is a member of the <3irls Beta nntl Gardcm Clubs anri during her junior year served as a mmtd to the football queen. A graduate of Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Tenn,, Mr. Mul- Hn& attended Freed-Harrtemnn College, Henderson. Hcnn., and Arkan- ja* State College. He is now an cn- flneer for the Osceola Drainage District. The couple will be at home in SiytheviHe. Mrs. J. F. Scrape Is Club Hostess Mrs. J. p. Scrapt last night en Krlalned with a dtsserl bridge »t the Dixie Pig when she was hostess to members of the TLE Club for the weekly evening o( bridne. In the game. Mrs. otto Scrape won hlRh wore, Mrs. Gilbert Smythe second high and Mrs. Jerr> Scrape bridge. Bits of News Mrs. Cliarlrs Kllwarrl Mulllnj Phillips-Hopper Vows Said in Osceola Service Mr. «nd Mri. E. W. Hopper arc ••nouncing today the marriage of tttebr dmgtiter, Miss Anna Hopper, to Charles Phillips of Bly- Virs. Tdft Metzger Hostess to Club Mrs, Toft MRtz4«er yesterday WRR os t ess nt her home for a covered ish luncheon meeting of ten mem- icrs of the Armorel Home Demon- tration Club Following luncheon, parliamenta- y laws were reviewed and the nft- rnoon's devotional given by Mrs. V. L Smith. Mrs, W, O. Anderson spoke on poultry after which the meeting adjourned with the reading of the :lub creed. A sodal hour followed the dismissal. Th* ceremony was performed •undftjr sfternoor 1 In Osceola. MiM Hopp*r is a senior at Bly- *ev«« High School. A toe a graduate of Blythevllte W«ti fehool, Mr. Phillips is a vet- on* of three years service with 4be Mvncd forces and U now em- pfajrM **• Mead's Store. Ifer. Mtd Mrs, Phillips will be at • fe Btytheville. Dr. B. F. Scott To Head Glub Dr. «. T. Scott lust night, wn; prsMdent of the Del! Sup Ctekfer W52 at an election o oonrtiictw! Kt tli« club' mpp«r-dai\ce nt the Hut )*r. »ivt MM. Glen Cook and Mr •nd Mrs. T. H. Caraway were host Hid hostesses to tlw 75 member Mid gu&sts. Holly Rnd cluster* of nnndln k«rr)«« marked the entrance rooi »nd placed down Ihe long table from which the spaghetti suppe Tr»* served were rows or flame tin- act studded with lighted tapers set In candlesticks ol \vhit«. Completing tlM party setting was a large led plaque inscribed In white let- ttring, "Happy New Year." Others named to served witli Dr. Scott were Glenn Cook, vice president; Hadley Hays, secretary; and Mrs. Je.« Davis, reporter. \Ars, Jontz Tops Bridge Stores Mrs. W. M. Jontz look high score lonors last night in the bridge game of the GEO Club. Miss Vera 3nodrich was hostess at her Chick- nsawba Street home for the weekly session. Mrs. Robert I. Thompson and Mrs. Jontz were the- club's guests. Miss Ooodrtch server! a naiad course. In the bridge game. Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney won second high and Mrs. Johnson Blackwcll, bridge. Mrs. Owens Has Coffee and Tea Mrs. J. F. Owens yesterday WR? ho«t*w to two groups of guests when she entertained with a coffee and tea nt her home on Hoi land street. Guests were hwltcri to call at 1 a.m. for the Informal morning par ty. The enterlaining rooms hnlt African violets nnrt oi.hrr bloomlTij plants. Assorted party foods wer served. , Yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Owen received guests at R tea also given at her home. The refreshment table was Ulu mlnaten* from the glow of rerl taper and forming the center design wer Id fashioned press gins* t tnnds holding assorted party tic ills. Wonderfully Versatile Mr. and Mrs, W. O. Geurln, Jr., of Rofiwell, N. M, former Blytheville residents announce thn birth of a son Dec. IB In Roswell. He has been nnmed William Patrick. They have a daughter. Snrnh Kay. Mrs. Geurin is the former Miss Dorothy Wright of Blytheville. Miss Clarice Maxwell has returned to Duke University. Durham, N. C., where she Is a medical student, after being the holiday Riinst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Alford returned this morning from St. Louis where they had spent two weeks as guests of Mrs. AIford's sl.stor, Mrs, Dnna Gipson and Mr. Gipson, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Browns on returned yesterday from a holiday visit in Dnbumie, la,, and Chicago /hllc in DubuqUR they visited Dr rownson's brother, Gcorpe Brown- • in, nnd sister, Miss Mary Drown-1 on. In Chicago, they were the j nests of Mrs. Brownson's brother,! Ibert Dtehin, and Bister, Mrs. El- crt Camm. First Olfiss Petty Officer Charles \nderson, Mrs, Anderson and two hildren left yesterday for Point inpu. Calif., ^o make their home. ;n route they will be the guests if Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Harrison of Dallas, Tex, Mr. nnd Mrs, Lawrence Edward* iavc returned to their home In Lille Rock after having been the ;iiestfi of Mrs. Edwards' parents,! rtr. and Mrs. R. A. Carey. ! S/Sgt. nnd Mrs. John Haynea and .on, David, have returned to their lome at Keesler Field. Blloxl, Miss., after being the housesucsts of Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. Irby Alexander. Sgt, and Mrs. C. M. Baxter, Jr., will leave tomorrow for their home in Butte, Mont., after having spent Lhe holiday season with Sgt. Bax- :cr'A parents, Mr. AJid Mrs. C. M. These gloves, designed for resort wear, will be In evidence for Spring, too. The striped glove in double-woven cotton (left) that's swept the country now has company in the form of matching ascot. White clove (upper right) in handsewn cotton has bracelet of embroidered applique leaves. For a turtleneck blouse, there's a glove (lower renter) with, a tuHletop. It's white with green band. Orrsisy glove {lower right) 1 is slightly longer length, has Freneb, knota and band Varied Moods Are Reflected In Gloves for Spring Wear OSCEOLA NEWS 75 Attend Dance i Seventy-five teen agers watched he old year out and the new year Monday night at a dance given at the Community House when Ilia Verne Crews, Diane Butler, Judy Ashrnore, John Strickling, Dowell Harlan, Wade and Buba Qulnn were nost and hostesses to the group. Festoons ol greenery intersepers- ed with vivid colored hphts and clusters of balloons decorated the dance floor. At mid-night a display of fire- Holf Moon News works followed by refreshments concluded the dance. Becky Quinn assisted in serving, Mrs. Carpenter Hostess Mrs. 8. D. Carpenter entertained with a luncheon at the Noble Hotel in Blytheville Wednesday honoring Mrs. Harris Parks of Union City, Tenn.. and Mrs.-Uilah Coble, who IR leaving Thursday for Phoenix, Ariz., to spend the winter months, White gladioli in a silver bowl flanked by white tapers formed the centerpiece. The honor ere were presented gilta by their hostesses, HoTd Filth Party j Mrs. Bernice Cartwright entertained eight of her friends on New, Year's Eve with a pitch party. Potted plants were placed about the entertaining room and traditional eggnog and fruit cake were .served. By GAII.E DUGAS NEA Woman's FriHor NEW YORK <NEA>—Piching a glove from those now rcniiy for resort wear can be a.s much Inn as choosing your lucky number. The double-women cotton elove that's cndeFired Itself to American women is on hand in many moods: ladylike, .stunning high fashion, frankly collegiate. The gay little striped clove, designed In Paris by Hermes for Wear-Right, now has a constant companion in a matching ascot df licat* look is achieved through scarf. Against a background of such I ol French knots and hand tag- glowing color 35 champagne, foam pink, raspberry and lemon yellow. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mitchell and family, who have been in Hot Springs the past week as guests of Dr. J. F. Roland and Mrs. Roland have icturned home, om^^M? Whe -»* ™?'_; « ™»-. ««• Pe rson a 1 s Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Cagle nave returned to their home in Mount Airy, N. C., after spending the holl- charcoal stripes are pcsed. This Is hiph fashion and yet one of the prettiest gloves in several seasons. A new. double-faced cotton shortie, from this same house, is In a sophisticated black lace pattern Qgainst white. Wrist-bone length, it's cut with sleek fit . Another new glove, this with a ladylike Tvir, is sparkling white. Its oLLng. A white glove that's unadorned past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Barnes. Mrs. j. R. Richardson and Miss Earlenc Richardson were in Mem- except for unusual bracelet trim Is j P his during the holidays tut guests new, too. It's encircled in embroidered applique leaves that focus attention on a pretty arm. of Mrs. Max Colcman and Mr. Coteman and family. Mrs. Coleman was the former Mis Neta Flo Rlchard- Prom the interest in blower and Son> sweaters with the turtlencck springs Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck spent a shortte with a turttetop for cam-| J^ P^^,**^their daughter. ptLs wear. The glove itself Is white while the ttirtletop may be white or it may he a bright and contrasting color. K. J. Kearney and family. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter are home after having spent the holidays on the Gulf Coast visiting friends and relatives, Mrs. Lalah Coble and Mrs. Bob V. Cromer are leaving today by train for Phoenix, Ariz., to spend tho winter. LUXORA NEWS Bj SIRS. G. C. DRIVER * RUTH MILLETT Baxter. Raymond Jennings Is thr name which has been selected by Mr. and Mrs. Mack Yates for their first child a son born yesterday morning fit Walls Hnspital. Mrs. Yate* Ls Ihe former Mlws Ploy Ann Sample .. Lt, Bill Wllljanu. Jr., has returned to Pine Camp. N.Y. t after having boon the guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Williams. He rm n n Crow Li re port ed in ! critical condition at Walls HospiU whore he Us a pa blent. Mrs, j. I. MifOln and daughter, Betty, returned home last Th\irs- rlay from a week's visit, with relatives in Smackover. They were accompanied by Mr. W. D. Terry ol Smackover and Mr. Lee Utley of Camdcn. who remained here for L\vo riays as the guest of Mr. and , C. B. Wood. Mrs. "W. C. Howard and grand- lighter. Miss Dixie Howard, spent e Christmas holidays in Chicago the gup&tK of Mr. and Mrs. larlcs Ramey and family. Miss Sue Reeclcr of the U. S, Air orps, from New Mexico, TTOS the ie,sb of Mr. and Mr.s. E. E. Tucker >r several days last week. Mrs. Woorirow Farcleecey sponl st week In Birmingham a,s the uest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George. Jr., Don't Lose Your Personality n a Maze of Possessions By RUTH MILLETT, NEA Staff Writer Hub Plays Bridge n Haines Home Burnt sugar chrysanthemums were set about an entertaining room of, the Harry A. Halnes home vcsterday for the dessert bridge lonoring the Kibitzer Club and three guests,. Miss Nancy Hughes. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. Jr., nnd Mrs. Richard Rose were the group's pucsts and in the bridce game Mrs. Robert McHancy won high wore and Mrs. Richard Rose, second high. Miss Huches, who is a j former Wa.shlnpton, D, C. resident", is the guest of ho.r pnrcnUs, Mr. find Nfrs. D- Hughes, nnrl MM. Chamblin. who formerly resided in New Orleans, is the housepuPst of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cliarnblin. Blytheville Residents Will Attend Benefit Bridge A group of BJythevUle resident Mi'lYI be In Mtmphis Sunday to ai tend the benefit bridge tournnmen to be played at Hotel Peahody. Under the sponsorship of th Memphis Duplicate Bridge I-PA proceeds will go to the Damo Runyon Cancer Fund,. Thls pinnnlng to a11end are Mr Russell Phillips, Mr.s. C. W. Afflic 1 Mrs. O. \V. McCiitchen, Mrs. W. D Chamblin, Mr. and Mrs. O. Crnwell, Miss Willie Nebhul, Mr joe DlllaJumty, Mr. and Mrs. Mar Ford and Mr, and Mrs. Jim Role It somehow seems that the more hing. A.n evening with the Smiths .nterested a married couple becomes In acquiring possessions the less interesting they become as friends. Take (he Smiths for an example. When they were first married und had a hard time living from one pay check to nn other, they were the best of company. They were interested in every- MarriageLicemes The following couple yesterday obtained, a marriage license at the office of the county court clerk sons are visiting Mrs. George's j Ark. elative* In Vicksburg, Miss., lor everal days. Miss Mary Ann Bourlaiul of Mrs. Elizabeth Biythe Parker: Mack Scott of Huntsvllle, Ark., and Miss Louise Lane of Huffman D. C., U the houseguest of relatives and friends here or several days. Luxorans on ?/emphis hospital Lsts this week Include S. J. Smith nd Wylie TaLe, both, as patients in h« Baptist Hospital. Cpl. Lewis Ingram, statio'ncd at Lake Charles Air Base, La., Ls the 1 ot his mother, Mrs. Sam In- jram, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. I. M, Castllo and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitmore held ipen house at the CastHo's country home Sunday evening. The house decorated In traditional holi- and New Year festivities during the day items offset by e -decorated candies Individual, for ilium - evening. Game prize winners included Mr. and Mrs. Lem Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Auten Chltwood Mr. and Mrs. Ray Olive, and Mr and Mr.s. A. B. Roaelle. Tye Adams, W. R. Tate f G. C Driver, and Lester Stevens attend' ed the Arkansas State -Ole Mis basketball game in Jonesboro Tues day night. Watch night services were hel< at the First Baptist Church Nei Year's Eve from eight until tweK'e Mrs. Julia B. Owen, Mrs. Joh Thweatt. the Rev. H. L. White, an R. O. Pitttmn conducted the pro i?ram activities, which include hymn sinking, quizzes, games, re .nation. The hosts were assisted in serving by Mrs. Johnny Marr and freshmnnt»s, and a special movt "In His Name." as never dull. Their hospitality isni lavish, but guests were nl- iys'welcome. In ten years the Smiths have <ic- , liams and family of Gosnell, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Welch of Mobile, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Dixon and son, Phillips were guests of Mrs. W. R. Light-foot and Hugh Williams Christmas Day. Mrs. Marshall Le&her, and Mr. Lecher and family in Corpus Christi, Tex. Gloria Tweedle was guest of Winona Jones of Leachvtlle the past week, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins spent Sunday in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Arthur Penter and family. Mrs. Janie Gade of St. Louis visited her son. Junior Ingram and Mrs. Ingram this past week. Mrs. Jess Mosley is confined to her home with a sore throat. Mrs. Ear] Baker who has been with her mother. Mrs, O. E. Carter ol Oran, Mo., during her Innesx has returned home. Mrs. Carter's condition is reported as remaining critical. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams and uired a lot In the way of worldly] family, :Mr. and Mrs, George Wil- oods. They have a home of their wn they are proud cf. In th e tr home they ha ve many f the things they want, and in heir minds an even larger list of hings they still want. Possessed by Possessions But as company they have be- :ome dull. Their conversation is at east eighty per cent "what we have." and "what we want." Plus Tit the complication. 11 ; Involved in aking care of the one and getting :he other. The talk Is all of rugs and draperies, and of the extra room that is going to "be there"' some day, and low hard it is to keep up this nnd look after that. They are bogged down with the weight of their possessions. It doesn't have to be that way. And in some ca.«;es it isn't. A husband and wife can work hard toward acquiring the material things to make their lives more comfortable without letting possessions and the acquiring of possessions become their main interest in life. Haven't you watched couples you know change as the Smiths have changed, to become less and less interesting a-i persons as material things become more and more important to them? Of course you have. And it. Ls always a littie sari, isn't it. to lose an : WORLD'S LftRGf SI SELLER AT 1O< *> Although yellow sweet corn seems to be preferred by many, there is no correlation between color and quality, and many white corns are of high quality. interesting friend to a house and varri and a bunch of furniture? Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:04 p.m. daily for our program announcements Box Office Phone 2759 Office Phone 699? Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:9* p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday FEEL AWFUL? DUE TO COLD MISERIES^ 666 Coming Events Friday Eastern Star has potlucV: svipp meeline nl thr Masonic Temple on Davis street followed by 8 p.m. public installation of officers. Weekly Rook Club Din , 1)cste BnCu,*,.m»u .< Meets in Home Mrs. Russell Marr of Blytheville. Guests Irom Blythevllle nnrt t,>ix-l ora colled' from five until eight! o'clock. I Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wilklns, Mr. antl Mrs. Sam Bowen, Mr. and Mrs-! Lestor SUveas, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver. Mr. »nd Mrs. Russell Bow- \ en were co-host..; at an eight-table 1 1 desert bridge at the Rustic Inn in [ Blytheville Mew Year's Eve. Guests: from Luxora. Osceola, and Mem-] phis enjoyed csiines, organ music. Cash & Carry W«ek-End Specials! POM-POMS $1.50, Bunch GLADS $1.50 Dozen The FLOWER SHOP Glencoe Hotel Blytheville gives fast symptomatic RELIEF Last Times Today Porlroyol... The Cosl... Tfi« Drama t>l lh» Yeorl Jll(RYW»lt>l»S NORM»» KRASKA \ JANE WYMAN *: »7HE \ BLUE VEIL Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Paramount News i Shorts Saturday OnlyJ Double Feature Hotel NoOle Bt 1:30 p.m. Sriunre danrins; at the Country Club beginnine at 8 pm. Members nf the Thursday Rnok Chib ycstorriay were honored by t Mr.s. D<tn Haley rvhen she entertained a I her Kentucky Street home for the prcmp's weekly sea- ion. The ho?tr ?.£ served a and in the rook came, Mrs. Neville Blnkrruore won high score, M>5. Eucme Brown second hih and Mr.<. L<-on Pchrrer rooko. 7-Tabie Howell j Movement Played At (be Hospitals \ Itlytlicvlllc HmplUI ! Dismissed: Mrs. E^rl D.ivis and baby, City \V.ill« HosplUl Disniissrrl: Patty Varbro. City Mrs. Stanley Fradenberg. Manila Mrs. G. W. Yancey. and baby, City By Sue Burnett The one dress that's always In •tyle. goes ever\*place with charm, flatters every figure. This classic Is in a wide range and has A deftly shaped collar flnd pockets. Pattern No. S1V> i* a ppw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14. 16. 18, 20; 40. 42. 44. 46. Siie 16, 3S yercJK ol .W-lnch. For this pattern, &end 30o In COINS, your name, arttireis. -tze desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago 6, 1)1. Pattern No. 8763 is a tow-rile perforated pattern in sizes 6 mos. 1, 3, 3. 4 yea;s. Size 1, dress. I'i yards e( 3fi-inch; undies, l>i yards; romper, ?» yard. ^ Cough Help LIHLE CHILDREN A seven table Howell mo\'cnicni [ as pbyed last nieht by members! of the Dlyihevillc Duplicate Bridae : tx'aeue at the bi-\vrrXly sc.ssion at Hotel Noble. ' Fcir cmis , hs md htonchitU due to coldi First place honors went to Mr. i vm| t:ln nmv £< . t Crcomnlsion specially and Mrs. Gec.rse WIEBJS and Mrs.; rrc parcd for Children in a new pinV 1 O. W. Coppedee and Mrs. C. C.: , n ^ n llt package and ot sure: Coimcille took s°co?irt hich. ] (I) Your child will like it. I Third place went to Mr. nnd Mrs. i (2) it contains only safe, proven j LET'S TRY TEAMWORK l.nsf Times Tonite >^. ' AF LAST ON 1HC SCJiaHl ux BORN I YESTERDAY« EDMOND UZABETH O'BRIEN -SCOTT IE»>< MOORE- SOAP \Ye want to he a part of your team—to work with you on all your business and financial nankin? matters. Come in and let's get acquainted. Let's sue how we can serve you. j. u Wailins. of Lit UP Rock. DUE TO COLD 666 'gives fort symptomolic RELIEF ingredients. I 1 O) U contains no narcotic* to dis- i tnrb nature's processes. <4) It will aid nature to soothe and heal raw. lender, inflamed throat and j bronchial membranes. Ihm relieving the couch and promoting rest and j steep. Ask for Crcomulsion for Chil! d:en in the pinV and blue package, CREOMUL'SION FOR CHILDREN niliui CMfki, CM Cii*. »;i^ Irwrhlrh c7kFIRST NATIONAL BANK /***^ ^Slfefe. _//»/-/, ufft^ ^^mt^ :tr«e.l fill by Afeil Mjnnh-l.TlBr- PnrfuCT<l S. SYLV*N SfMOfl - Directed b» GIOSGE CUKOR Bued en the Stagg fltf » GARSOK KANIM Also Selected Shorts Saturday —Plus— MX.GUH JUSTICE Serial: "Pirates Harbor" Also Cartoon Conl. Show Sal. 12:30-11:30 ^LYTHEVILLE Sunday & Monday .,_ L ./ -... ...j-i "-'-'•••^"' 11 KIRK DOUGLAS THEBIGCMNIVU ~,ih JAN SHRUNfi —PLUS— 'Crazy House 7 Olsen & Johnson Also Melrn News Conl. ShnuinR Sun. 2-11 KM Km" V , ' Serial: "Myslerinns Island" Also Cartoon Conl. Showing Saturday 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday V 1 M'U-M present! ^ I hitarfouK cc us co: of the ?ca: Paramount News & Selected Shorts

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