The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1951 · Page 2
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' PAGE FOUR Societ (ARK.) coimran NEWS y, Jane SJielton, Society liditor f Miss Mary Frances Gaines To Wed Bill Nunnelee The betrollial o/ Miss Marv Frances Gaines o[ Blytlieville to nil! Nunnelee, 5011 of Mr. and Mr.s. n.iy Nunnelee of Port Smith, is being made known today by the brldc- _ elect's parents, Mr..and Mrs. R. L. Gaines of BlyUieville. Miss Gair.e.s was graduated from Blytheville High School where shfl was a participant In extra-curricular activities having been a member of the Red pepper, Garden and Beta Clubs and a cheer leader. She Is now a junior In [lie college of education, Unlvcmily of Arkansas, Fayetteville. She is a member of Chi Omega social sorority. An alumni of Fort Smilli High School. Mr. NijmiPlce was a member o( Sigma Kappa Alpha nml Is now a senior in ihe school of business administration, University of Arkansas. He It » member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. Following an An;. 19 ceremony. Ih' couple plans to continue their schooling at the University of Arkansas. Osceola Resident Claims Miss Gonway as Bride Mr. and Mrs. Clalbourne Wniktns -Conway or Little Rock have, announced the marriage of their daughter. Miss Carolynn Ellse Con- 'way to Jnmes Travis Crews, son ot ^Mr. and Mrs. James Colemnn Crews of Osceola. The voa-s were-exchanged May 12 in Osceola. and were blessed in Christ Episcopal church, chapel. Little Rock, Friday evening bv the Rev. J. Hodge Alvcs. The great - granddaughter of James Sevler Conway, first governor of Arkansas, the bride attended ..Randolpli-Macon, Lynchmirg, Va., and the University of Arkansas, FayeUcvllle. Mrs. Crews is a member of (he Junior League of LH- tte Rock, the Girls' Cotillion Club *nd Chi Omega social sorority. Mr. Crews was graduated frmn Oulf Coast. Military Academy in Gulfport, Miss., and completed pre- medlcal work at Vandcrbilt, Nashville, where he became a member .of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity Now « sophomore at University 6[ Arkansas School of Medicine, Mr. Crews Is a. member of Phi chl, medical fraternity and Little Rock Bachelors' Club. . The couple is now at homo In Little HocX. • • • Mis» Sexton Honore* At '.Miscellaneoug Shower A miscellaneous shower last night at Rustic Inn complimented Miss Madle Sexton, bride-to-be of Wen- deii urles. Mr?.. SMrtie B. David was hostess to 19 guests for the occasion. In th« bridal games of the even- Ing. Mrs. Ann WhIUington and Mrs Millie Baker were prlw wlnneri. After the bride-elect had displayed th» assorted gifts for her home ft dessert course was served. For the occasion, Miss Sexton •elected a frock of scarlet llKon with which she wort harmonising •ccessorJw. sh» pinned white aar- n«tlrm» at her shoulder • * • What may have been the world's first fashion books Here written In the 16th Century, one by a Swiss painter and the other by * Span- lard, Juan di Alcega. Miss McGregor, Cpl, Gerald Hancicock exchange Vows July 6 in Osceola TUESDAY JULY 24, 1M1 Announcement is being made today by Mr. and Mrs. E:irl O. McGregor ol Hit marriage of ilielr daughter. MuW Mania Lou McGregor to Cpl. cserald Handcock. Cpl. Hanrtrork 1. ib* son of Mrs, Manila Handcock of Rlytheyille. The ceremony was read Friday July « In Osceola. A graduate ot Blythevllle High School. Mrs. Handcuclc was a member of the Bund for three years, and the Future Homemakcrs of America and Garden Clubs. She IK now connected with Southwestern Hell Telephone Co. Cpl, Handcock attended Helena schools before induction Into the Army. The couple will temporarily lj« at home with the bride's par- enln until Cpl. Hanucock's discharge from tho Army. He will return to t.elttrnmn'fc Army Hoinital. San Francisco. Aug. s for discharge. Bits of News fij [- erional Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. ManlK announce the birth of their first child. a daughter July 21 at Walls Hospi- Mrs. «cratd Handcock Baptist Circles Have Sessions Women of lal. She hss been named Teresa; Church met yesterday afternoon Jo. Mrs. Mantz is the former Missj for oi-monthly Circle sessions. Mary Nell Holmes. Mrs. W. H Minyard Is reported i a critical condition at iie'-' linme on West Ash, Mr. and Mrs, V. H. Williams and granddaughter, Becky Ann Spring- Junior Fashion First 8693 11-18 VI.ANS AlIfiUST MAKKIA<iK-MiM Mary Prances Gallic., daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. H. L, O'alnes of Blytlieville, Is ci.gaged to wed Bill NuniiHcc. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nunnelee of fort Smith, it was announced today. An Aug. 19 ceremony Is bci.i« planned. Hatltesbvirg. Miss., were Sunday i Ml "'r,iy Smart and Mrs. w. M. La- guests of Mrs. W. T. Oberst ai.cti p »rtiey. Mrs. S. 3. Patterson. They were en j Mrs - c - L. McWaters. Sr.. taught route to Minnesota. Mr. Matthews " 1(1 ' <v "^ rin f/ "- tot> ••*"— u — - r ™ : -and daughter, the lormer Miss Elizibeth, Matthews are former Blythe- Juanita Crump Heads Auxiliary Juat.lta Crump wju named, president of the Intermediate Girls Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church last night when the group met at the home of couirsclor, Mrs J D Wldner. Prayer by Joyce Stcele opened the session, other officers named lo serve until October were, Joyce Sicele, vice president; Pat-sy Campbell, program chairman. Following the program, "Olij- Flng Stands for Frcudum" -led by Mrs. WJdncr, "the", meeting .-was arj- Journed with sentence prayers. The hostess served (rested drinks and oookles In A social hour following. Tl.p entertaining room in which i!:s evonlnK was spent held bouquets of summer blooms. At The Hospitals Blytherllle Hnspilal Dismissed: Mrs. C. A Wiles, City. Alrj, R. E- 'Jacques, Osceola. James Alexander, City, «•»«« Honiillal ULsmLsseri: Lenn Stokes. Rt. •(. Betty Jane Sanders, Rt. 2. Mrs. Nathan Mliiynrd. Rt 3, Mrs. Maude Hall. City. Weekly Sessions Held by Circles Lake S'lect MetlUKllst Church was the scene yesterday afternoon and la.il night for weekly sessions ol Circles One and Two ' of Ihe Womcns Sorlely of Christian Seiv- ice. Circle One, with 12 members present convened last night for a business-program meeting. Prayer by Mrs. c. M. Baxler preceded the biislnes.i discussions directed by Clr- c.e chairman, Mrs. Jim Davis. Following n. report by Mrs, Joc^trlclc- land mi the recent ice cream supper. Mrs. Oeorge McOI.ehey presented the evening's devotional taken from the 23rd Psalm. Praver and grnnp singing preceded the illsinissnl by Mrs. Dnvl.1. Miss Elleu Brown became a .i member of Circle -Two ye-sterday aiterncon al the weekly study ses- slrm, Mrj. William Green presented the devotional, "Modern Parables" preceding Ihe study, lesson directed by Mrs. Ivurion Morris. Group participation followed in the discussion of clmpter.i of th» book o! Matthew. 'j-i le closing prayer was led by Mrs Etta Morgan. Four-fifths of the population „. Egypt is ol ancient Egyptian stock whose forebears built the pyramids CONTACT — The Right People for That Job Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYHIEVILLH COURIER NEWS , are vacationing for n week In lot Sp.lnns ami Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Charlci McOowei. Wr.v Shrlt-urne Brewer «as hostess to five members o! circle One, t Prayer by Afr.i. Kendall Berry pre- j ceded the lesson which was. taught' by M;.",. Darryl Siraner. Mrs. Brewer ted the closing prayer. Y. W. A. Hears Mission Story Miss Cliffie Overman presented a mission story from the book, "The Hand of God In the Sudan" last night at the meeting of the Young Women's Associtlon of the First Baptist Church. Miss Elise Lc\vis was hostess to IS members at her home for the session which opened with prayer by Miss Kalhcrine Wcstbrook. Miss Maxine Hill presented the evening's devotional, Miss Over- inan the adjourning prayer. A social hour followed in which Miss l-esvis served party foods and iced drinks. Blood Typing Asked for Fish S-AN'J'A BARBARA, Calif. —(/Pj— Wbere t!o salmon wander alter (hey swim Into (he sea rrom their spawning beds in river? Where do sardines breed? What course do tuna follow in their ocean nilgrjktlotut Scientists at Santa Barbara College hope to obtain answers la these and other questions of interest to ocean fishermen by rft- search into the blood type* of fish. Dr. John E. Gushing recently launched the program, He and hto aides are studying blood samples from .salt water fish kept alive In a special aquarium on the campus. He f>xpec<s to find that fish hav^ different type* of blood, just AS humans do, and that through knowledge o! the various types man wil 1 be able to trace their paibi through the sea. A fish's blood w'fljl act as an identification tag, Identifying him no matter In what ocean he Is found. REPAIR SERVICE All appliances: refrigerators, frec/crs, ranges, and washer*. Radios and small apptlancft. All our work Is guaranteed. Adams Appliance Co. Mrs. LJh 8i.sk met as a new member witli eight members of circle _ _ _ Two at the home or Mrs. W. Marof Baton Rouge, La., and Mrs, Me'- '° n Williams. Mrs. Williams taught , ,.. , - duwen'» lather. J. H. Matthews of ''. prayers were led by Mrs. , illo residents. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby C, WatE' and daughter, Hobin Carrull ol Harrison are the housc-juesls of Mrs. Wntson't mother. Mrs, Anne Smith and brother, Freddie Smith this week . Mrs. Mavis Scttleinlra will return Friday from Conway where h« LH sj.intiinK scveinl dnys. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace are spending today in Murray. Ky. Ted Houser was admitted to Kennedy General Hospital. Memphis, yesterday 1C undergo treatment lor virus pneumonia. Mrs. Hubert Wade and children the le,-.xon for ten members of Cir- c'le Three who met at th« home of Mrs. J. v\ Raycler. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Ted King and Mrs. c. W. Afflick. Mrs. c L. McWatert. Jr., 5:as ho.slc.ss (>•, Circle Pmir el her home, with seven members attending. Prayer by Mrs. E.^C.. Brown opened Ihs se.ssioi]. Mrs. Alvln Huffman. Jr.. led Die closing prayer. The lesson Was directed by Mrs. Brown: Ten members of Circle Five met at Mie home of Mrs. B. O. BlacK for the session which opened with prayer by Mrs. R. w. Wooten. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb tausht, the Airs- Woody Jackson gave By Sue Burnett A handsome two piece froclt in junior size ;nnges that Is certain I to appeal lo Ihe style-minded teen I ager. Waist insets, shaped yoke,! flared pepluin distinguish the Jack- ' et, skirt is pencil-slim. I Pattern No. S6S8 is a sew-rlt« per-! forated pntUrn In sizes 11. 13. 13, | 14, 18 fllld 18. Size 12, 376 yard's of j 39-inch. For Ihlvs pattern, send JOc In COINS, your name, address, size! ue-sircd, and His PATTERN NUM- 1 HER to Sue Burnett, Courier News,' 372 W. Qulncy Street. Chicago, 6. III. The Fall and winter l.ssu« ol FASHION Is just what you've been waiting for—a complete guide In planning a wearable wardrobe /or a new sea son I Gift patterns printed lnsld». 25 cent/i. . - ihe closing prayer. four members .. ~....un-n v..m JL" e?ix vvnn lout members e t today lor their home In Union present met at the home of M" City, lenn.. after visiting here with Lloyd Stickmon. Mrs. Charles Ev- ., Mr and Mr«. R. L. Wade. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace and ans Bava the opening prayer after which she directed the . . . . c se rected „,„ sons, Edwin. Don ami Oean re- ! study. Prayei by Mr, o V turned In.sl night from a two weeks i dosed ihe nieetln" tour throuph, Texiyv ew> . Mexico. .Mrs. idell Lowe" and Mrs Bobby ni.J r-*'~ nr..^^ _ . _ iJJUMJ Mexico, Ariiona. Colorado and Oklahoma. While, in Texas they visit- Bryan where Texas A and M Edwin will enroll IhU fall. Mrs. Mnude Hall Is now at the home of her dnuehter, Mrs. Glenn Lariii, 1301 Ash. 8)ie has been » patient «t Walls Hospital for several week*. Ann stickler left yesterday (or Webb wera guc?*s with eight members of Circle iS'ine who met at the Chapel for the lesson which wa-s di- il freshman : rncted hy Mrs. James Kelly. Mrs. John Buchanan and Mrs. E. c. Thotnp.son lee! in prayers. her home in Jonesboro afler spending a week here as guest of Martha Nichols and her parent,,, Mr. and Thomas Ira via. Division rtt the Territory of Carolina Into the colonies o/ North and South Carolina took place In 1729. " Mr». Ralph NichoU J. D. Via left today for Jackson Mis*., whi Mrs. a S. Milts of Vero Beach, Ha.. Is (ho Itauseguesl of hor son. ' — * '"-. ^ <uu jwnt.ieguffic 01 nor SO Jie will visit his son.'George Shirley Mills, and family. Coming Events Social Calendar v Tuesday Epsilon Sigmi Alphu sorority meets at the home of Mrs. Ray Swiney at 8 p.m. Country Club Duplicate Bridge meeting at club, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. jerry Scrape hostesn lo i T.L.E. Club. C.T.B. Club rofetinr with M! M ! Betty Black. | Thursday : Mrs. W. H. Pease entertaining] Thursday Luncheon Club. High Two Club meeting with Mr> Fred ateadman. Thursday Rook Club to be entertained by Mrs. T. O. Husy. Duplicate Bridge League mcetine at Hotel Noble. 7:30 p.m. Friday ladles BiMe C!as» of rirst Methodist Church has 3 p m. jesslon at the chllrch. Mrs. Ed Harrlln, Mrs. 1 J. O. Slid bury, Sr., and Mrs. o. C ! Oanske hostesses. Mrs. Howard Johnson hixste.ss to Stitch and Chatter Club. ! Saturday Duplicate Bridge League nlaymz : at Hotel Noble. l:3(j p.m. This Sfyd@leker truck is a marvel of a gas saver! how trim and sleek it is! Its design is the secret of its thrift! Deflate your hauiing costs — substantially! Get o clean-lined, sturdy Sfudebaker truck. The whole structure of o Studebaker is rugged •with solid "muscle"—no burdensome excess "fat" — no costly squandering of gasoline. What's more, Studehaker's wear-resisting truck craftsmanship greatly reduces expenditures for repairs. Toke a tip from America's hundieds of thousands of Studebaker truck owners. Economize for keeps with a new Studebaker truck. Low cab floor. . , encloied >ololy itepi! The wide Studc- b-ikcr cflb doors have automatic "hold-open" (tops. Buiit-in ventilating wings. Foot-controlled floor ventilator*. The roomy scat has "fm s er-tip" control and reslfu! AiijuBto Air cushion. CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY W. D. 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