The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1952 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 15, 1952
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(AM.) couaam imrt P«t Mulling, Society Editor Phon« 4461 Parties Continue For Bride-Elect, Peggy Fleeman Complimented ( I .--_„,.._ Frances McHaneyjAt Breakfast- Miss Frances McHaney, who will Mirlan Maycs and Mrs. Mnx be married Saturday to 13. O. Broa- [ Walters wire hostesses yestciday at don was complimented lust niRht! a breakfast given at Rustic (tin *lth a three-table bridge pjirly at. j complimenting Miss PrKjry Flccinttn, the home of Mrs. Wallace Hoke withj of Manila, the bride-elect of James Wre xihort -rt>vi rt i- ™ i,., c ^ r - Cllc.ldle of Norman, Okla. ' .Mi.«s FJccman received n Rift in Mrs. Albert Taylor co -ho fit ess. Mrs. BIfln Heath \von hifih bridge - r,... •core and Miss Patty June Davis ] lw ' r rho «'» pattern of silver nntl w won second. Old fashioned bouquets, fashion- (Liven a corsase. she was dressed fcir (he ocr-aslon In a brnu'n and white tailored with aced with lines of pink, yellow, nnd : !?,..''" blue blossoms provided the. drcor- i V.' , , „ • • hummer flowers In a low mixed ations. Centering tables were rnn- dles bucked wllli malln. Placcrmls were tiny pictures of bridesmaids with hats on and the bride's plnr.e card featured a picture ol bride with n veil. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Johnny Uppitt of Memphis, u'K-st of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hi;n;!f.y, rind Mrs. J.ick Charablln of Meil'ilhin. Miss., guest of Mrs. Lydia McGhec. nrrai:t:fmr;i the fable a soiled, Mrs. E. llie gioup. ere n c ,"tl to cenler ili'h the Kiicst-s wvre Methodist Women Meet at Church Mrs. Joe Strickland anil Mrs, George Stlllwell were hoslesv- yesterday Hi the [Aft street, Methodist. Church lor a meptmif ol the Women's Society of Christian Serv- li:e. Mrs. Cecil I.usk led prayer and presided over « brief busiiie-'.s session in which Mrs. Bob McMaMer was elected to the office ot mls»ion- ary ediifntlon chairman. Mrs. Strickland conducted a de- votlonol. and "This I.s My Father's World" was sung by the group. Tim scripture was taken from Psalm nnd Islnh. Mrs. Billy King, program leader, lor her subject, "Tile Enrlh IT'*" -•*-"-y-»»j»~» t H^ r*-jm . _-• *.•","<• •} I^*JM* 4t ? Beta Sigma Phi Layette Shower. Is Given in Home l't-]irldi;e-canr(stu enter- members of both nlvlhevllle West" as Mrs. King Rave the mediation. Tho-e on the program were Mrs. Chnmlln, wlin cave "Fiillne>.i of | rnrtli," Mrs. Mary Hrrnpe who i ; ave "What Has Been Cone." and Mrs W. L. Cireen. Mrs, tlritl .farrotl. Mrs Hlnuche Husby. Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. SJilwcll K avc talks on "What KN.IOVING (1IH.K »HFr/KS— Tllrsc Illythe- villp ijlfls wlio are enjoying u,p tool onlr brce/rs at Camp Gulf Park, Long Bracli. Miss., are Heft to right.) Mury Tarver Stevenson, Glrnda Poet/, Mary Jane S-ymuur, Mary Ann Tompkii-.s, and Sally MrCiiuhon, .sailing iiisirucloi. ClmrlM Keycs. is shown with the girls. They are spending eight weeks there. chapters of Beta Slijma I'M 1 a -, 11 I Can "no As An Inriividiml." Tl ' ' " "-"- I'm The al[, lr ,!,, sj ,, B „>.„,„. llsr(1 as , llsi ,, is !( , prnycr. was "Oear I.ortl, and Father of Maliklncl." j iilaht at the li'is Mrs. Robert Westbrook «a.s lion-' council of'whii-h Mi's 'Rov'Kh '?"<•{ orcd with a layette shower given is president ' " .t the home of Mrs. M. J. Kor-hlcr u, the i-tablt ranasta games ,~,. v( . d when Mrs. Koehler'3 niece. Miss | Mrs. Henry nodd won hi?!, and Ohnrlle Rulli Blankenshlp, was! Mrs. Joe D.ivls won <econd fn ' ,-, ,' l hostess to 3 tables of guests. ,'l.rlrtec, Mr,, nick Watson won 'high! I reSDytOfiail A pink and blue theme was car-j all< l Mrs. Kverett Peterson won sec- ~~ Missionary Studied by WMU f «J/ Sandwiches anil iced drinks wire pn an ue eme was car- al rs. vere Peterson won sen- Tied out throughout the house lnl OI| d. The hrlclRn prize went, lo Mrs. decorations. Pink carnations were placed about the rooms and centeritiR each iftble was a bud vase holding a mingle pink carnation. A pink and blue stork centered the table where lifts were displayed. • nollmvlnr a dessert course, the juests played canasta mid bridge. In bridge. Mrs. J. U Westurook, Jr., won high and Mrs. c. D. SVnt- •on won second high. In cflnasta, Mrs. Tonmtfe Westbrook won high And Miss Betty Pre«nell won second high. Thi hostess' prize was a briny book. Ambling Mlie Blnnkenshlp In Mrvlng »-ere Mr». Koehler, Mrs, D. S. Blankenshl]5 mid Ruby Kay Former Resident Of Osceola Is Engaged O6CWX.A _ Of Interest to South MiMtartppl Countlans Is the engnge- »ent of Miss Carolyn Owaltney. lorwxsrlr o( Osceoln, to William Jos- tph txvaney of clnclnnntt. . Mta QwBltiiey, who Is the, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ownlt- MJ of 117 Wallace Road. Memphis, •ttentod Osceola Schools and was frnduttwf tram Ward - Rehlioiit P«p«ratory School In Nashville, whrrt she was president ot her •rnlsr claw and maid to the May <Jue«i. . . . Mr. Devaney, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Devaney of Cincinnati, •erved as captain In the Air Force during World War II. and Is now branch manager of the Chicago of- fic* of Metro-Ooldwyn-Mayer. The wedding will be solemnized In late July. Variety Club Has Meeting Robert I.ipscomb. Presidents of the chapters assisted In suomorlnp the group. Mvs Blake l>olly Is president of Alpha Alpha and Mrs. T. A. FotBer heads Alpha Delia. Tops in Two Piccers All members of the Women's Missionary union Circles or Calvary liaptist Church met yesterday nt llie; church for a missionary proiii.'un under the dirertirui of Mrs. Hill i "*"""• Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sllckmon r.n-1 Mrs. A. D. Priest nave the dr- .-.on. John, and Murray Smart Jr Bits of News f t Pc^mat \ . . . the voliona and otliers on program S L L "" s '°'-1. Mrs. , led today ior a 10-day vacation m Washington, D . C. They plan to 4° "America" was sung by the group: Mrs. V. M. Fui In the program, "liberty and Justice Mrs Mirk Fondren. Women Meet Here Two circles of the Presbyterian Church met last night In the home, of members. Circle Five's members met in tlit home of Mrs. B. 1.. Hale at Armorcl when Mrs. Ramlall Nichols was hostess. Of the 15 people present. Mrs. Conner Taylor was a new member nnd Mrs. Hale ami Mrs. Jejse M. White were guests. Malcolm Grccnwnv save the de- voljnnnl nnd Mrs. white, spoke on her trip to Montreal. N. C. Mrs. Fred Sandn/ur led dismissal pray-j ""- 1 -'^''"i. er after which refreshments were' served. jSovJefs in Used- Car members of' Clrcle'stx at her lio.ue "^ ar ' cet WJt/l 'Store' when Mrs. C. M. Gray Kan guest. Mrs. Doyle Turner gave the devotional. Alter Mrs. Nora Spradley conducted a business meeting. Mrs. Thomas served Ice cream and cake. M rs. 'Browson Is Hostess at Rustic Mrs. J. p. Brownson was hostess yesterday at (lie Rustic Inn to members ol the Lulhrcn Guild. Term., are here for several days .is the guests of her mother, Mrs. M. A, Isaacs. Mrs. Elma Annslrmig aud her daughter. Mrs. O. K. Qiicllmalz. have gone to Gulfporl. Miss,, to spend a two-week vacation. Judge and Mrs. Roy H. Harpci been tr.e . of St. Louis, who s of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. BI;w ^ihU'l'l^h 10 "' 0 !.", 1 " 18 C1 °' lti " cu ' ti j ' or t» d "5'S. Jiave returned lo'their the members before the social j home. Mr. and M.S. Black left jes- hour when coffee and pie a-la-mode 8788 11.20 Bv SUP Burnett A beautifully styled two piece frock that Is certain to delight every teen-nge miss. Pretty detail in the pert stand-up collar, fhired peplum, button trim. And right for date-time ns well as da.vtimo. j Pattern No. 8783 Is a sew-rite' perforated prutem in sizes 11 12 : !3. 14. 16, 16, M. Size 12, 3\ yards of 3D-inch. i For (his pattern, send 30c In Junior G. A.'s Have Meeting- at Church Nineteen members of the New Liberty Junior Girl's Auxiliary met at the church yesterday Ior a stew- Rrdshlp program. The devotional was lafcen from rsiah and Rivr.n In unison, sherry Wright gave a (alk on stewardship and Mrs. Vance Dixon closed the mr-ellnj? «tih prayer. The same group was entertained Sunday c.vening with a picnic supper at the—home ol Mrs. Vance Dixon who- also tnvight R study course. "Everywhere Preachine the Word." They were dismissed w'.ih circle prayer. . . . terday for St. Louis where . Black will be for examination following surgery she underwent there last month. H. G. Partlow and son, Graham were In Hot Springs this week end MOSCOW (if, ~ -me Soviet iov f ° r ' hC SUltC Lc B' on Convcnticn. ernment l,ns deckled to participate !,„?,' W0ere , a « Oi "Pa«ied as lai as In the used-car market for private J." 1 ^ • Hoc ?, , by ""' P! > n '°'^ "»•) car owners pr '" ue : daugluer Pat where they visited .. " I Mrs. R. B. Stout and daughter, Moscow newspapers have an- i Mary Ann. . I/ the Hospitals lllythcvllle lJi^llli>.:t'd: l.airy Robinson. \\'all.s Hospital 0:sinl.- s cd: Mrs. Will Hynch. and baby. City Mrs. Leonard Oldhain. city Mrs. Gninvlllr Colenwu. CHy Miss Sherry Burns. City Baby Ashmrjre, Armorei. Mai -riage L icenses The following couple yesterday obtained a marrjagc license at the office of the County Court Clerk Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Be-njamin Franklin Broaden nnd Miss Mary Frances McHaney, both of Blychcville. biTii the guest al Mr. and Mrs C. S. Dowdy and family has returned to her home in Batesville. She was accompanied by her cou- Mn. Miss Carol Dowdy, where she will be the guest of Miss Handford ami her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Mr.-:. E. C. Fleeman and daughter, Miss P«<sy Flecman. and Mrs were In Memphis Coming Events Mn. Lewis Henderson entertains members of CIB. Dogwood Home Demonstration n»s 1 p.m. meeting »t Club house Cradle Roll Workers o( the First Baptist Church has 2 p.m. meeting in home of Mrs. Billy McNeose at 708 Illinois. Thursday Thursday Rook Club meets In the home o( Mrs, Eugene Brown Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has regular nlghl meeting. Mrs. Bill Cable Is hostess /or 7:M p.m. dinner-meeting of C. and N' Birthday Club. Friday Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Chtirchh as 3 p.m. social and program meeting. Hostesses .ue Mrs. E. E. Hardin, Mrs. J. G. Suu- bury and Mrs. o. C. Ganske. Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr.. Is hostess to La Finesse Club at 1:30 p.m. Saturday Miss Frances McHaney becomes the bride of B. p. Brogdon at the First Christian Church. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge l.eagtie plays afternoon saines. Sunday Mississippi County Singing will be held tomorrow at 2 p m. Full Gospel Tabernacle. TtfMPAY, JULY 15, 1968 To make a small room look larir- er, match draperies or curtains to wall paint or the background color of the wallpaper. Th ey will mcr , unnoliccably with the walls • Clib BARTON fur Attorney General • Mas more experience lha;i all his opponents combined. • Knilorsed 100", al home by lawyers and Judges! Political AdvrrlltJiiB tor the 1-3,141. •lary Of flit lUrlon. l> al <J b> ,,,", Open h\::ui p.m. show Starts at Dusk'. 2 Shows Kverv Nile. Tues-Wed Dollar Nitcs Bring a Carload for $1 ElUUMS MI8WD1 ADAXGEROVS PROFESSION Also Cartoon 4 Comedy nounced that a special "commission store" for used automobiles Mr. and Mrs. Clarenca Johm-on have as their guest Mrs. Johnson's Max Walters yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Berry of i Pine Bluff and B. K. Bern' of Hot' Springs who have been the guests' of the clair Miller's, have returned; to their homes. ' has been opened here. The "com-i sister. Miss Jojxe Jackson" anVuicr - mlsf.lon store" Is a retail outlet to ('guest. Miss Resiina Baker, both of • bj which a person can go who has j Bowling Green. Ky. something to sell. An official ap- ] Mr. and Mrs Douglas Deesi anil praiser puLs a price on the it \ i.! sons, Danny and Michael, luue re- The seller accepts the appraisal, he turned home after 10 days spent, in Is given a receipt far the soods. 1 Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Liw- When the sale Is tnacle the seller 1 - ~ ..„..-._ receives his price minus a percentage deducted by the Read Courier News Classified Ads. SICK? Gall bladder, hi?h blood prewwre, gAs pains, head pains, nerves. s»ur -stomach? Try VITAL TONE ^, It may help lo remove ihe cause. Hundreds have found relief with VITAL TONE. OWENS DRUG STORE Main and Railroad Box Office Opens 7:00 SI.CW Scarf's 7:15 p.m. Admissitiii 9c & Me At All Times Tucs — Wetl—Tliurs 1'iil Nites 2 For Price of 1 mm/to® kptm/MCK... . fc&K r \ & coio« ar Technicolor MARIA MOK1U s IDIt HWL M\ il IURKM Kt —Plus— * PtRlBERO-SEATOV —*-^ * * Alsn Cartoon mission small coin- Until recently there was no coni- mLsslon store which would accept for sal*; a used privately-owned automobile. Quartruplcts occur once In 670,(KK) births. . . rence Garner and in Sardi's. Mi 5 W A. Rdwnrds. who iimlt' i nveilt ninjor SLiryery yesterday at Baonst. Hospital in Memphis, is reporled in satisfactory condition. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood D.iy and children are here from Mt. Vernon. 111., to be the guests ol Mrs. O(Ls Shepherd and Mrs Worth Holder. Miss Mary Jo Hiindford. who has Come On — Let's Go At » monthly get-to?ether ot members of the Variety club. Mr.; and Mrs. T. A. Folder and Mr. and r ....... „*,. Mn. Bill Slovall. Jr.. were hosts ' COINS, yaur name, address, size de- Saturday nleht at the Jaycee club-i sirwl - a »<! the PATTERN NUMBER ' house. ; to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 315 M»re than 300 people attended' Quincy St.. Chicago 6. in. and new members include Mr. and' Send 2S rriit.' todav for lour cop> Mrs. Joe Warren. Guests were Mr.' of Haslc FASHION '5? 'it .shows »nd Mrs. Hadley Hays. j you how to make yoisr wardrobe do i. Spring flowers decorated the club: double duty with cromimha! time-'I room at intervals. A mirt-ni s ht sup- [ savina styles. Gift pattern printed ! per was served. I inside, 3,5 cent,-. '' To Rose Sales Co/s AIR CONDITIONED BY TUES.-WCD. AT POPULAR PRICES -« \M .'. K.CEJGORY g E SUSAN AUCTI V/ednesday, Jo NIGHT AUCTION ONLY - BEGINS 7~ p.m. If you haven't come to one of Kose Sales Co.'s Wednesday Auctions — you've missed something! This week we're Koing lo offer hundreds and hundreds of ilems lo Hie public skipping from one item to another so thai you are sure In j;el a Hi a nee to hid on something \ on wanl. And, if you have somelhini; lo sell—bring it along. Remember—nighl sale only. Starls al 7:00 sharp. ALSO CAKTOON iJS PRIZE! There will he I wo very nice prizes .•nv.inlcd Wednesday night to someone who has registered. Xolliini; lo buy — just (irop otil some lime Wednesday and sign your name. You don't even have lo be present In win—but you'll have fun if you slav! R1TZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kellick & Family Air. and .Mrs. H. 0. Grimes & Family Mr. and Mrs. l.vician Raines & Kamify Mr. ami Afrs. Kussell Gaines & family ' "HOUSE OF A THOUSAND BARGAINS" ROSE SALES C Plenty of Free Parking Space 501 So. 21st Onrden-fresh vegetables and fruits .... all yenr lAn^. 1'ics. ico cream, fish ami steaks. Only minules nway from your lahle vvilli an Kleclric Home FrecTcr. 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