The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1951 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, July 23, 1951
Page:
Page 3
Start Free Trial
Cancel

PAGE FOUR (ARK.) COUHTBS MONDAY, JULY 23, 19*1 Societ, Jane Slielton, Society Editor •r f Phone 4461 Dorothy A. Rozelle Becomes Bride in Church Ceremony i MJ.ss Dorothy Ann Koxclle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Kozelle of Lnxorii and John Peyton Randolph of Memphis aud New Albany, Miss,, were married yestcnlay 3t 4:30 p.m. at Hie First Methodist Church in Uixora. Mr. Randolph 1* the. son of Mr. anrt Mrs. William Peyton Randolph of New Albany. The Rev. H. L. Robl.son heaid the exchange of vou.s, Smilax was amassed along the chancel rail where the wedding party assembled. Fern (rounds formed the backdrop to contrast with f.hn large floor baskets of white glad- oli and snapdragons set along the (loor level. White satin puffs marked the family pews. A program of nuptial music by Mrs, T. L, Stanford, organist preceded the entry of the wedding party. Vocalist MEsa Carolyn Kemp of Oxford, Miss., sang, 'I Love Thee" by Greig nnd "Always" by Berlin as the couple knelt for the wedding blessing on the satin prle dicu O, W, Hall sung, "The Lord's Prayer 1 by Kfalette. The many cathedral tapers nsfti to provide ihe illumination for the scene were lighted by Miss PejfBV Ruth Ford who selected a ballerina length gown of aqua organdy. The bouffart skirt was gathered to a Miug bodice ending in a peter pan collar and topped with a brief Jacket. Shoes of Identical hue completed her costume. Walking to the altar before the bride and her father were brides- ™H.^" SfiMS&w™"^. re « ei>lton " >""<' N< ** '" B1 ""«™' *"««""' "**>»">« «-,,r <=» MlM Ann Ashley Rnrelic nil ol l.ux- I" 11 - ""irrtHBC «t »'« First Methodist Church In Mixora. ora. Miss Carolyn Kemp of Oxford. 1 a. liallcrliia length gown of iin.ua, bara Burk lint! Miss Juijj Burk ot cignnil)', .she scattered rose petals' Mpmphi.*, presided at the bride's from a tiny white wicker basket., j book. Carlton PniUt of Memphis served ax best m;itj. Ushers were John Fortl uml A. B. RiKclle of Lnxorn. Jewel Holnnd mid Tom Onl.ll nf — Courier Ne«'s Pliulo AND JIKS. JOHN PKVTON KANOOU'H are shown at the Ml.ss., and Miss Betty Shirley of Memphis. Net GOWJM Aquamarine net posed over np- pliquect taffeta fashioned the gown A of the attendant*. The full accor- rttnn pleated skirts swirled away from strapless bod Icon covered In •toles of crashed net. Head 'on nils of ivy leaves completed the costume*. Old faibioned nosegays of pink -baby roses caught In matching pink •Rtin were carried by the bridcs- maida-. MlN Francei Rozelle served as her sister's maid of honor. Her ? own wm of tdentlcal design AS how of ths brirtemaids and was fashioned from cameo pink net. She carried clusters of HUes tied fci fluffs of pink and orchid mallnc. Xer headband was of tinted pink Ivy l«ftvw. Mr. Rotella wnlked with his daughter to the altar where she was given In marriage. Her gown of chantlny lace arranged over glcnm- - Ing satin featured a fitted bodice which WRI closed Along the center front Hue wilii tlnj buttons. T~ne lone fitted sleeves ended In pnlal points over the hands and the full «klrt flowed away into a sweeping train. Her finger Up veil of misty Illusion WBS caught to a Mary Queen of Scotta cap. Tuberoses and gardenias flecked with tiny rosebuds fashioned the bridal bouquet which was caught in matching satin. Judy Norman served as flower firl, A. B. Rozelle, Jr., attended as ring bearer. Judy was dressed In Sensational Blouse Trio Mr«. Wc«tt)rook Honored At Caruita-Shower A pink tind blue party Saturday afternoon at the Rustic Inn for 18 guestis complimented Mrs. Tommy Wcslbrook, * recent bride. Miss Charley Hulh BtRnkemhlrj and Mrs. Robert We^tbrook. were hostesses for th« dessert canasta -miscellaneous shower. Hardy /locks fillrd small bowls set atop each p( the *rnall tables. tiny cards In tlie .selected hues designated each guests' place. A loiig lace draped table on which the hoii- oree's glflji were airanKed foi-nied the center for the circle of small tables at which gimsLs were seated for canasta. Mls.i BouUa filankard took top honors, Miss Lavonne Port- lack won low score. Following the fjame, Mrs. We.st- brook, who- selecied for the occasion a frock nf pink and while linen worn with navy blue accessories, opened the gffl.s tor her new home. At her shoulder was pinned rub- rum lilies, a g(ll of the hostesses. The hostesses' gift for her home was crystal In her chosen pattern. Baptist Rally Program Told WILSON Ark., July 23. — The Rev, C Z. Holland, pallor of First Baptist Church. Joaesboro, will he the speaker at the regular Quarterly Rally.ot the Mississippi County Woman's Missionary Union .scheduled Lo meet, al the Wilson Baptist Church next Friday. He will she*' colored Minis of his recent trip to South America where he visited Southern Baptist mi-islon fields, ^hurche^and schools. The theme, ''God's Kingdom Crjlls for Courage," will be emphasized In all program features Including special music, addresses and demonstrations by various young people's organizations of the county under the direction of Mrs. H. C Webb, of Blytheville, associational young people's director. Group conferences on methods In mission study, stewardship, community missions, and young people's work, will he conducted by Mr.s. Ed Bits of News l */ 'tona Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DavU and Mr. and Mrs, Floyd DavLs -A'ere in Houston, Mi.^s. over 13.e weekend to attend a Davis family reunion. Mrs. Floyd Davis remained in Houston icr a visit with her mother, Mrs, J L. Holiday. Miss UeUy Dodtls spent yesterday m Nev.uerj), Teml., with relati^&s. Mrs. Ted \Vahl and infant, daughter. Linda, are now 'Al the home of Mr.s. Wahl's parents, Mr. anri Mrs. A. C. Owens- Linda was born July 18 at BljthcviUe Hospital. Mr. and Mr* Wuhl have one oilier daughter, Sandra Lynn. Mr. ami Mr.s. Wafcuer Adams aud daughter, Linda liave returned to their home in Crosseu alter vusit- hlK here a;: guc:sU> of Mr. and Mrs- Aiired \ViHiarn-s. Linda had been spcudiny a ucek here. Mi.^s no: us Ferkni.s htu. reLintied twin .1 weeks vacation ui Oklahoma City . Pfc Gilbert E. Bislier, who was .lUilioncd at Camp Gordon, Ga,, arrived Saturday to spend a 14-day leave with his mother. _Mrs. Freda ni.shi-r a n d grandmother, Mrs. Mary H;tly. * Hiij Akn: ol Maiden. Mr. ami Mis. Mark Stewart, ant! Miu M.iry Alice Uunch lea ye.sterd:iy lor tacalirm in Miami Beach, Fla, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pinion Hall us their weekend guesus Mr. I'in- ion's sister. Mrs. B, L. Avery and Mr. Avery ol Meredian, Miss. Pvt. Jame.s W. Peterson of Camp Chalfec, Ark., is spending 10 days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Peterson. Mi^i Florence Moore returned yesterday ajternoon from Newben Ttinn., where she has visited relatives. Mr. arid Mrs. J. W. Shinn and daughter. Fatty Kay and -son, J my of BcKUmville, Arlc,, ara visiting with Mrs. Shinn's mother, Mrs. Herman Waipole. Mrs. T. B. O'Keefe It reported in * RUTH MILLETT Make Home Attractive Or Hubby Will Get Bored •/ RUTH MH.LETT. NBA Stall Writer A wife writes me: "Although I ami sure he lovei mt and lake.s a fatherly pride in our two children, my husband spends as little time at home u possible. "He in restless If h» iia* to spend half a day al home and always rnanaKes to think up some errands U> do, or goes olf to a aeighbor'3— anything to get out of the houfie. It worrlw; me that our home seems to ho!d so little Interest for him, bu* whai c.u- do about it?" Pirst of jll stop and ask yourself an ^jnportant questicn: "What does your home actually offer your i husband in the way of relaxation ! ""5 scaso " and recreation?" Too many men. when they are Extreme Styles Slow Building of Good Wardrobe Labor Twist COPENHAGEN (AP)— Some Copenhagen cigar factory owners "have Introduced* an entertainment system which has become very popular with the workers. A young actress every morn ing reads a few chap* ters of the book of the week which the workers themselves have chosen In their book club. The 'many j the ! We" home, have either a choice of mowing the lawn or sitting down En an easy chair to read or trying to find .something entertaining on the radio or television. If they get bored and restless- after making that choice evening after evening and weekend after weekend -who can blame them? HP Cuuld Do It—But Won't Of cours€. they COULD figure out some home interests on their own—If the) would. Many men do. But a lot of men need some encouragement and a bH of leading to find some Interests to [ill the leisure time they have at home. So, what is it that your husband (By MKA Service) siren song o( style cau.se.sj a wardrobe to go on the i. Heeding the allure of the t thing in sleeves, shoulders, miri hem lines, many women are exceedingly fashionable next year and o! their "up-!o-the-mln- lifetime—that they are anything else but modish Unless your pocl:etbook can easily! support the whims of fa.shion, it's a good idea to stick to the conser- I vative for your basic clothes. With I inexpensive fashion touches, you | can pace styles without wrecking! your budget. | If leg o' mutton sleeves are] crowding the shop windows, avoid purchasing a suit or a coal of this cut. Chances are it's a one-season lad. If you want to demonstrate' you're in the running, purchase an inexpensive blouse with this type sleeves You can lavs It aside when! a drastic change of style.s begin-s shouting at the age of this gar- migrit enjoy? Good muslc7 A work- j merit. shop? Photography? Some special- j Seasons when polka dots. Roman ized type of gardening? Model | .stripes or clan plaids are in popu- building? The list of possibilities is Mar favor, you'll probably want to almo-st endle.ss, . ](mit vtmr pur( . lla s e of u t _ But it will probably be useless | ,„.,« ,„ ^^ g]m . es h:ind ^ s isting in receiving the g mother of the bride. Mrs. i ra Williams, WiLwn; Mrs. Charles R. ^ sausfuclory condition al Mem- N-ewcomb. Biythevllle; Mrs. D. B . ] Pii* Methcdisl Hospital where sha Bledsoe. Wilson; and Mrs. Clyde >»i^"«m an appendectomy Sai- Webn of New Llberlv church. uiday. Others appearing 'on the pro- Dances Jean England and Jun» gram will be Mrs. R, N. Pox, Ma-j f r , e , c[Ila " lea >e.«eraay 'or Cariwn- Mrs. E. C. Cloud. Joiner; and ! "'" and Bf '~ T >- Ala - a " d otller Kcri'plldi, nl Hotfl A reception lor the wcricUnic Kllests followed In Iho Mirror Room of IIolsl Noble. Wllilc tapers ciiUKht In crystal stood at ell her side of the three tiered cake which was topped with miniature figure of a bride and groom and centered the bride's table. Gardenias encircled the base of Hie cnke . White gladioli- anrt snapdragons filled floor baskets set about the room In which the guest* were received and entertained. The bridesmaids server! the guests. Miss Bar- 3avicl Ira Gaincs Marks 9t!i Birlhday with Party David Trn Galues was nine yenrs old Saturday nnd to observe the ce^.wric.s. An Hfternoon gown of imvy blue crepe worn \\-\\\\ accessories of uiFitcliiiiR hue was chosen by mother of the groom, Mrs. Randolph. Hot!) pinned purple orchids at their shoulder. Leaving on a wending trip to New Orleans, Florida and a southern tour, the bride changed to R frock of mint gieen lliien worn \vlth pala- mino accessories. Gardenias were worn at the -shoulder Hue. They will be at, home In Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. List Edmondaon ol 1 .011158, Mis*., were out-of-town guests /or the ceremony. L. H. Aulry, Jr., to Claim Bride irr.iVIid-August Announcement ha.s been mane by tho Rev. and Mrs. L. \v. Williams -i .K lo .1 *• r 'or, em g.icsu for nn aflrrnoon, ,ncnt nf their rinuBht er. Miss Belly Aimc \Villln:iu. to L. H. Aulry. Jr.. Rebecca Jean Sunders or Slecle son of Representative and Mrs L H ' and Joyce Ann mlfonl were prize winners durlni; the nftmioon. Each guest received a favor from his host, Ice crenm. cniiilv [met birthday cnke were served alter the Clicsl.s h?.d sung "Hnppy Birthday' to the honoree. !«rs. Horace Halfoul a>.,i s |e,j .\i rs , Gnlnes during the afternoon. Annual Class Barbecue Given at By rum Home The annual barbecue of the Vol- iinleer Trnmlng Union Class nl Calvary Bajrtki Cliurch was held Pri- cfay nipht ol the Larry Bu:im home on Highway 18 West with :a rtass nn-inbcrs and eucsLs atlendinv- Pnllowlnn the nl fveseo Autry of Burdette. Miss Williams stlendert Central College. Conwiw ond was awarded n bachelor of arts degree in speech from Ouachltn College. Arkadclphln For tlic past year she has been n faculty member of the Osccola school system, A graduate of Arkansas Slate College. Jonesboro. Mr. Autry was member of Si«ma PI fraternity. l-Tst vcar lie nl.so WB« a^ OC^PQIO tchcol faculty member. An Aug. 12 marriage Is plnnneri for the Highway Baptist Church In North Little Rock. ( .poults of interest to visit relatives. r pThey were motored, to Memphis by j Mr, and Mrs. Edgar Cain where they boarded a train. They will return Aug. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Adams and daughters. Delores and Donna are [spending this weeic in Jone-sboro. Monday ! Joe Vaughun Stewart is vLsilillg Y.W.A. of First Baptist Church relative- in Poplar Blulf. meeting with Miss Elise Lewis. 1130; Mr - arid il«. Sam Landrum ara with relatives in Barbessi. Coming Events Social Calendar p.m. t TueRriay Ep,silon , Sigma Alpha sorcnty neeu at the home ol Mn." Ray Swiney at 8 p.m. ' i Country Club Duplicate Bridje meeting at club. 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Jerry T.I..E. Club. C.I.B. Club Betty Black. Thursday Mrj. \V. H. Pease Scrape meeting hostes-i to with ilisj entertaininj B'nai B'rith Luncheon Meeting Thursday Luncheon Club. High Two Club meeting with Mrs. Pr^d Steadman, Thursday Rook Club to be entertained by Mrs, T. O. Huey. Duplicate Bridge League meeting at Hotel Noble. 7:30 p.m. Friday Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church has 3 p.m. sesoio:! at Ihe church Mrs. Ed Hardin, Mrs. J. O. Sudbury. Sr., and Mr.s. O. C. Ganske. haste.ise.s, Mrs. Hownrd Johii.^on ho.>:e.*»s to Siitch and Chatter Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridtre League playing n.t Hotel Noble, 1:30 p.m. vis it ing Miss. Mr*. W. A. Carter and children ure vacattoning for * n-ee' While water, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Snow and children returned Saturda/ from Detroit, Mich., where they had cauoued for a week. Mr.s. Frank Toir.liiuon and children. Betty Lou and Johnny, left this morning for their home in Houston. Tex., alter spending s»v- cral weeks here with .Mr. and Mrs. i> jseo Crafton, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Crafion, Mr and Mrs. Rupert Cral; ten, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Jeffries and Mr. i.:id Mr.s. Ariolph «e!n- U'ke. Mrs. Tomlinson and children. : \vho were accompanied home by it will probably be useless ! of you to say "Why don't you find j a hobby?" or "What you need is a ; work-shop." You've Rot to b« a lot more subtle than that. Chances are he'll never tak'p up a hobby unless he thinks it is entirely his own Idea, for the value of a hobby U self- expression. Nobody wants to press somebody else's Ideas. Lead him to it gently, so gently \ h« doesn't know he 1* being led. After all, you can't expect a man not to be bored around a house unless home offers him an opportunity to cte something besides work or sit. an inexpensive cotton ex- terns or perhaps drew. Striking designs, such a.s these, that catch on so overwhelmingly, are usually abandoned just as wholeheartedly. You don't want to be left with your money tied up In an expensle dotted, striped or plaid costume when everyone else has gone on to another fad. KOSE PROGRAM SCHEDULE 860 On Your Dlr.l Tuesday, July 2-t, 1951 MORNING 5:00-"'en On 5:00—Musical Roundup 6:00 -N'esvs 6:05—Farm Fair eilfl—GosiMfl Getns T;00 -News 7:05—Vawnln" in Mavrnln' 8:00—News 8:15-- F3in r i Sings B:3&- -KOSfc; Kapet.s 9:00—Woman's Viewpoint ^SB—Tin Pan All«y 9:45* -Dearest Mother 10:00- -News 10:03- Morieni Concert Hall 10:30- Club 8GO 11:00- -News 11:05 Club 36D 11-30 -Farm Frolics AFTEH^OON 12:00 -News » 13:15—Noon Serenade 12:30—Cotton Forecast 1:00—Nfiv.'.s 1:05—Mat i tier Melodies 1:30—Quest Star 1:45—Navy Hand 2:00—News 2:05—Murray's Madhovisa 3:00—News 3:05—Mexico Calls 3:1S—In Groove Boya 3:30—Hep Time * 4:00—News 4:05—Hep r rime 4:30- Philco Vanca 5:00—Bandstand / 5:55- -News 6:00—It's Dance Time 6:15—Adventure, Your Heritage 6:30—Sportsman 6:45—Meet the Bund 7:00—News 7:05—Evening Serenade 7:15—Sign Off Buzzy Cralton, U'ho will remaiii Tor MX weclc-i visit, were joined here thU morning by Mr. Tcmlinson \\-ho arrived by plane 10 accompany £1 Pajo, Tex., u inest of her daughter, Mrs. John S. Hudson and Major Hudson. John Mark Stewart is a (.tending j a church camp near Van Buren, Misse-s Mabte Hogan and Jessie: Silta leTt Saturday for NorTork Lake to spend a week's vacation. They joined Misse* Nell Harri* and Eunice Brogdon, who went to Norfork Friday. Twelvt member* of ths Blythe- villft High School Lloyd Chapter of the Future Farmer* of America left this morning with their advisor. Freeman Robinson for Camp Couchdale on"Lake Catherine, near Malvern. Several days of fishing, boating and boxing are planned for the group who will Join other FFA representatives Irom the stat«. Mr. and Mrs. Mike S. Yate.s and daughters, Kay and Sandra left Friday for ten days vacation to El Dorado, Hot Springs and Little Rock. Miss Geneva Shlbley, Mist Josephine Shlbtey. Mr*. A. a. Shlblcy. Mrs. Jack Sallba and Mis* Barbara Saliba spent the weekend in Mem- Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Listen to KLCN si 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcuments. Box Office Phone 27S2 — Office Phone S9S18 Box Office Opens at l':45—Show Starts 2:00 P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING BVRUYDAY ( port ( _ Mrs Al The Hospitals Blylheville HnsplUl Dismissed: L. W. Russell, City Jiunes Alexander, City RIcharri Mooring. City Mrs. Ted Wahl, and baby, ci'r d M«- N - W. Brlgham. _ T Worjh Mrs * • improved ccmamon at his home fol- i™,™,, Mr . ard Mrs H N Swear . wwuisi a heart attack suffered ye*- engen, .Mis.s Virginia Swearengen ;crday aiternoon while Attending j Ejiimadel Swearengen Mr and Mrs' the reception following the mar- i N H Swearengen. Jr.. and son H >;age of hU granddaughter. MIMJN. awearengen. 111. were in Le- Mary Uni Bass and Wallace Nor- [panto, yesterday to attend the mar- man solemnized in Lepanto. triage of ML« Mary Lou Basj and Mrs. E. B. Woodson is visiting in i Wallace N'orman. the • Geurian nnd Kric ETnll If,,,, praypis. The devotionnt \Jai"KMTM ' rhp Coil ^itullon of thr Annie by Cfifirtp.s Llpford WeinbrrK Chapter of B'nai B'rl BouqiiHs of summer blooms rice- - VJ1S P res . pnteri a!ld acceptert at >ratcd the Byrmn home. Read Cuilnet N(-us Classified 8746 12-42 EACH I YD 39' By Sue Burnett Ttirei cleverly styled blouses that *re an imporlaiit part of yoiir sep- Arftte* wardrobe. Anil e;ich style requires Jr.;st one ^arcl ol fabric in the smaller sizes! You'll \vant to ««» aii three, they're to simple Pattern No. 8746 Is a new sew-rite perforated pattern in size* 12, H. 16, 18. 20; 40 and 42. Size U, 1 yard of 39-inch for each style. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name. addre.'S. s.ze desired, and the PATiKRN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier New*. 312 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago. 6.11] Send 25 cen(5 today for Ihe Fall »nti \Vintei FASHION. 48 |ia«rs n; •mart. en>.y to se* styles; intetc.~t- ln? foature*; ffialiion ne'A-s. Gilt patteriM printed Imide the bwk. uiuhRon Hireling Hie chnptrr Wed- irsrSnv ni Temple Tsi'ael. Mr?. \VilMnm Borowsky. prr.Mriprj: •ntulurte;) n biisinf55 session fa!- mi'in? lnnt'hrod. REPAIR SERVICE \]l amiliancrs: rerrlecralnrs, freezers, ranges, and washers. EUHins anri sni;ilt appljancrs. All our work I 1 : «naranterd. Adams Appliance Co. . . . why do I send my cleaning to Bestway? Thai's nn easy question lo answer! Rest- wny gives me 'honest-lo-gooilncss' fine rlenn- inir. . .find Nancy, you'll he .surprised at Hie rjuick service lies!way Rives...my cleaning comes hack in no time at all. it seems! I like (heir .sizing process, too; Nancy it actunlly pins new life inlo my dresses, and there's no extra charge.. .What? Oh, where are they lo-"led.. .just call " Bestway Cleaners 1920 W. Main Phone 2408 AUTO-MAGIC Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS SMOKING S.OUNuK FOR COMPLETE REHX4,- TION. ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE TELEVISION SHOW IN THE BEAUTIFUL KIT/ TELEVISION LOUNGE. The Newest and Best Pictures First I.nsl Times Today "House On Telegraph .Hill" Richar'r] Bnsehart Valentina Cnrlcsa I'aramounl News & Shorts Tuesday & ^Wednesday FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ITS IOG-YEAR HISTORY THE CAMERA GOES "INSIDE THE WAUi OF COCHRAN-BRIAN Helps you ... • BUY NEW FURNITURE, »r • TAKE A VACATION, or • REDECORATE YOUR APARTMENT, or » GET CASH FOR EMERGENCIES, or any of a thousand and one things you want just by means of an easy-to-get, ' c.isy-to-rcpay Aulo Loan from . . . LOAN FINANCE COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE 321 West Ash Phont 2091 %lr Cnntlillnnrd by Refrigeration Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 p.m. > MONDAY —2 Features Commanche Territory" MacDonald Carey ' 'c.r--'',«V,=~" " "" METRO NEWS — Cent. Showing Sun. 2-11 Tuesday & Wednesday — 2 Hits

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free