The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1951 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 25, 1951
Page 4
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• 'PAGE FOUK iLrmrrau>B, (ARK.) eotransn , JXJtjT W, 19tH Jsne Slielton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mis» Nunnery Weds Sgt. Charles Parrish Th« man-lag* of Mis* Natalie Nunnery, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Nat Nunnery of Holland and Sgt. Ctiarlfs Parrish. son of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Parrish of Blyihcvillc, was performed yeslerday at 6 p.m. In the home of the Rev. Fr..ncn U. Stage of Blytheville. The Rev Mr. Stage, miniver of the Methodist Church, heard the dougle ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. .lames C. Parrish were the couple's only attendant. 1 :, For her marriage the bticie choJ-.e t model of white linen featuring a lace bodice. She carried a cascade of orchids set on lace leaves. The bride was graduated from Holland High School In 1513 and for the past year has been employed as secretary for the Holland Veteran Training Program. Also a 1948 Holland High School graduate. Sgt. Fairish has served two years in (he Air Force having* been stationed at Labrador the past year. The couple left immediately following the ccremonv for a brief wedding trip after which they will be at home in Nebraska. .Mrs. Ch;trles J'arrlsh Club • IH Bits of News j Organdy Can Be Good for Rain or Shine Dessert Canasla Given | For Epsilon Sigma Alpha A dessert canasta R! the rtay Swiney home Inst night complimented members of Epsilon Sismn Alpha soroiily. Mi.« Belly Prcsnrll wa5 for the monthly social affair In the evening'* games prizes Vere awarded Mrs. Joe Warren. Miss Alms Cain anrt Mr.s. James Mosley. Summer blooms In mixed shades floated in low bowls about Ihe entertaining room. Ruby Henson Joins Y. W. A Ruhr Heiuon met •« » new mem- C /3rv .J,- o Pt-r>n rnrvi Ijer of the Dally Hietl Chapter of JC1 VlCfc: riUyiUlll the Young Women'* AsAociution of/—. r XA/fcjlll U» First Baptist Church last night blVCH TOr WMU Thp bi-monilih meeting of the; Vaibro I run it; Div.irnisl ration Club! was held yesterday at the huine of Mrs. LoM'dl BurnhiiHi, uith Mrs, XOD Thompson co-hostess to the 13 members Atlrndiny. OroiiD singing preceded I lie de- -Hmiial by Mis. Walter The poem, "When WJ!l I Loatu" was n-nd by Mrs. Bnrnhatt] preceding the prog ruin In which Mr.s. DavL' Abbott gave tip.s on (lower care during the months ot July and August. The HD iC'Sl camp was tilsr,usscu with Mrs. France* Mitchell. Idling of California clubs cxpcricnrc.s. Plans were discussed for an Aug. 28 meeting at the club house, Mrs. Thompson displayed a novelty serving ho.v on miniature rockers to close the session, A social hour followed In which games ViTre played nnri |jrL7.e.i presented Mrs, Klza Wheeler. Mrs. Milton Bunch, and Mrs. Ellis Wheeler. The ho.slcsses served refreshments, when Juanlta Overman wa« bosicss to th« chapter at her home on Chiclcasawba. Diane Caraway of Washington, D. C. houseguest of Mrs. \V. M. Li>Ferney was the only guest with the group lor the business session-program. MlM LouneU Overman presented • chapter from the mission study .rfowlc, "Whispers Out of the Dust" following busi.neM ••dtacu.'ulqiu... The hostess served refreshments. Poetz, Allen Lead League Ten members and four guests of he Huf[i]i:>n Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Monday at the church tor the Royal Service pro- ;rnm, "The Continuing Price of Freedom." Participant* \vcr« 'Mrs. Eleanor Swfifford, Mrs. Billy Ray, Mrs. R. Adki.s.son. Mrs. Harry Loiiin, Mis, George Perry, Mrs. Jack Adlcissoii and Mr.s. V'ernon Finney. Prayer by Mrs. Finney closed the session. Mr*. O. O. Poetz and Mrs. Rives Allen took top honor* last night in the weekly Muslim of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. Hunter Sims and Mis. Harry W. Hainu were second place winners In the five and one half table Howell movement, O. 5. Crowell and Harry W. Maine* book third placi Al The Hospitals fllvthevllle Hospllnl Mrs. Henry Jarred, douler. Mo Wall* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. T. M Smith, Rt. 1. Mr.s. Bill May, Brae&adoclo. Mrs. Harry M. ManU, Rt. 1. Marnage License* Tha following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday at the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Marvin Chlldcr.s of Long View, Wash., and Mb.s Bobbie Faye Michael ol Blylhcville. Charles T. piirrfMh of Hlythoville and Mis.s Natalie Nunnery of Holland. Mo. Mr, and Mr.s. Karl stabler and win, Dickie, have return?'! from a 10 day vacation in Daytona Heach, Ml'iinf, Tahnhn.ssee ami Quincy, Fla. Former Hlythcville residents, they returned to Oxford, Miss., Sunday nfter being the weekend of Mt'4. fita bier's parents, Mr. and Mr.H. M. K- Cook. Jam&F May i a (iarrell of Wilson has entered The Citadel, military college of Charleston, South Carolina, IL was announced today. Clar- roU is one ol 97 freshmen who be- fcan college work in the summer session. The son t>( Mr. and Mrs, Jnmc.s Ben I on Garrctt he v;;\s graduated from Wilson High School this spring. Air. and MI.?. Raymond Cobble and .son, Clark of'ille. Tenn., are the housegue.sts of Mr.s. Cobble'.s mother, Mrs. G. W. Smith, nnd family. They arrived Monday from a northern tour. Also guests of Mr*. Smlih and family is another dnu- Khtrr. Mrs. Raymond Paso Id, Mr. Pnr.old anrt children. Teresa and Mike, of Milwaukee, Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Cobble and son will return to Ihetr home Sunday, Mr. and Mr*. Pnsold and family plan a longer visit. Ernest Roe will leave lomorrow night by plane for Griffinville. Ga., to visit his daughter, Mrs. John Clou&e and Dr. Diane Caraway of Washington. D.C., is .spending the .summer months here with her grandmother, Mrs. W. M. [ A Feme j' A nd other rclativrs. HonscKUOKts of Mr, and Mrs. J. E, Hnl&rLl and family are, Mr. and Mr.s. V. R, Lyon and son, Mike, Mr. end Mrs. Billy Yarbro of Montgomery, Ala., Enr] I.yon of New Al- imny, Mi.-^s.. and Mrs. Monroe Aber- nalliy of'llle. Mrs. Li/^.le fmyder 1* spending this week at I.nke^lorfolk RB guslis of Mr. and Mr», I^eonard Campbell and son, Larry. Miss Betsy Bell will leave Memphis Friday by plane for Washington. D.C.. where she will spend a week, as guest of her cousin, Miss Nancy Hughe*. She will be accompanied home by Miss Hughes, who will visit, here with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Suzanne Angel of Scarcy, former. Blythcvtllc resident is the house-' of Miss Ann Hester. O. A. Roush is v'flcaticnlng for two weeks in Tampa, Fla,, and Hqujj^n. .Tex. "'Carol Ann Holt hrus as her guest,Mis* Rhllda Lee of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Connell and son, Kavln, Mrs. Mary MerrUt, nf St. Loul5, Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Mflore and children of Elaine left jeslerday lor their homes after visiting here ns gucst.s of Mr, and Mrs. O. E. Merrill;Mrs. Kenneth Meri lit of Milling ton ri'iiiained for n. longer visit. Sho will be Joined here ihis weekend by Mr, Merrill-. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Smith left tor their home in Memphis Sunday after spending several days as Ruev,.'; of Mr. and Mr.s. Brad Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. W. Kills Hodges re- NBW YORK —(NEAT— In this ienson of sheer summer die^e.s, organdy that, stays permanently crisp is pretty to look at nnd pleasant to wear Organdy with ihm permanent finish never wills In the .sun, needs no .starching, keeps its stiffness and. lustre after each washing. Tha tunic ensemble by Pauline , Tri^ere (left) is in hvo .studies of .anomaly, like a straw hat worn In ^-ray. The ba.sic .sheath L-s in dark ' winter. But it'.s no;. Lawrenee of gray ha.s Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARD6. HI., July M VP)— (USDA)— Hoga, 10,500; uneven weights 180 Ibs up no.stly 25 cents lower than Tuesday's average; lighter 'weights and sows 26 to 50 cents lower; bulk choice 160-230 Ibs 22.25-60; largely 22.50 down; 240-270 Ibs 21.0022.00; 270-300 Ibs 20.25-21.25; 150- 170 Ibfi ao.2a-2l,50; 130-140 Ibt IT,35-19.75; 100-1 JO Ib& 15.25-17.0^ sows 400 Ibs down 13.00-19.00; ov« 400 lb« 16,00-17.75; stags 13,00-15.50; boars 10.00-13.00. Cattle, 2,500; calves, 1.1UO; a few heifers and mixed heifers about steady; choice 34.00-35.00; littla done on steers or cows with undertone weak to lower on cows; bull* and vealers steady. ., a ix-hcd over-tunic In! London turned pennanciib-flnteh l~ " I organdy that's also water-repellant I pale gray. Accessories, too, are in, into R duslcr (rigntj with deep]y . I permanent-fiiil-sh orgnnciy. The | cuffed sleeve* and billowing back. small pleated hat in dark gray Ls aj A matching hood ties on under Laddie Novthiidge design; there Is I the collar. The parasol Ls for sun a notching bag. Even the .shell and shower; it works well both pumps by Cape/.io are of crgandy. ways. It's dark gray lined in light Oi-yaudy in the rain scents an 1 gray. turned last iii^hl from a week's va- [ Uarne'.t and will joirt Mr. Relil Iti cation at points of Mississippi atid j Memj3hts next week, for the All- Tennessee interest. They were join- i America high school football game eri ill Memphis last ni^ht by their in which he will play. Mrs. BairneU son. AMAA Harry Hodges, who is j And Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon join- stationed at JacksoiTvUle, Pla. He j ed Mrs. Reid and MJ.SLS Dickinson in accompanied them home for a II) Memphis. day leave, following his return he Mrs. Alma Smith arrived yester- will be assigned to duly in New- j clay from her home In Alt-xandiEi, fomullnnd. Tombstone Unearthed Near Denmark COPENHAGEN. (&) — Excavations on n graasy Islet in the north of Denmark have provided evidence lor fldiueologlst* that human sacrifices took place at a distinguished j Va.. to v;.sit her father, \V. S. Lar4;- lady's funeral there 3,000 to 4,000 Condition of N. W. Brlgham whc ; don. nn-i .sistpr. M ( -s. Welch Foster years ago. suffered a heart attack Sunday '.F reported as improved. Mr*. B. M MaUhewi »ud daughter, Miss Marguarite Matthews have returned from three .weeks visit In Bcsiilt and points of Colorado Interest. While in Be^alt they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman. NTr. and Mrs. Fleeman plan to return to Blytheville Avig, 1. Mrs. G. W. DilhUumty, Mrs. J. Farris McCalln and daiichter. Jenny Wrcnn and Mr.s Harmon Taylor and ruici Mr. Foster. ramc especially for Jlie celebration of her father's 88th birthday oimday. which will be held Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs- J. M. Williams, Jr., entertains Kibuzcr Club. Mr.s. W H. Pease entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. The finds date from between the j stone and the bronae age. About 1BOO B. G. the islet was used as a burial ground. It was found that aft adult woman and R 12 or 14-year-old girl were buried together. Many brorwe bracelets and rings Indicated that the woman was of high birth. Across the' feet of the two lay, in a cramped position .the body of a murdered mate slave, killed as a propitlary sacrifice to ward off disease from the remaining members of the community. daughters, Linda and Jcani men IT.VO IJIUD nieeuns wun airs. n>m nr tH» *tr,* t • *<_ - have relumed thicel Fred Stcadman. M°™ ?he "coflhi" toe^thf -' weeks vacation in Pcnsacola and j Thursday Rook Club to be enter- j ca i] ec j sun sign—a.'wheel with foui Daytona Beach, Fla. ] lained bv Mrs. T. O. Hut-y. !.pokes."Thi^ U the oldest tombstone Duplicate BndRe league meeting ever foiljl(| , n Denmark. Mrs. W, O. Anderson and prand- | Jan Deveraux returned j at Hotel Noble. 7:30 p.m. yesterday from two weeks Sn Pen^a FrUlay cola and polnU of South Carolina Lad lea Bible Class of First Meth- Interest. Mr. and Mrs. James Bclljodist Church has 3 p.m. ness ion at i and son, Billy, who accompanied them If ft yesterday tor their Jiome in St'.iUp.irt. They v.-ert, nccompa- nled by their guest. Biliy Wyatt of South Boston, S. C., who will remain for several weeks. Mr.s, Robert Lee Ueid and Mis 3 the church Mrs. Ed Hard In, Mrs, J. G Suiitmry, Sr., and Mrs. O. C. Can-ike- hostesses. i\ 1 rs. Hn\\ ard Jolin,son hostP.S.S to Stitch and Chatter Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League playing n ( . Hotel Noble, 1:30 p.m. Cops Raise Rummy Stake HULL, Que. fAP> — Two men found playing rummy for a stake of $1.15 In n Hull tavern paid S5 fines for gambling In a public place. .Jan Dickinson arriveci by plane ji. Memphis Mondr.y from' Mrs. Raid's ' lionifr in Ivexington, Ky. MLss Dick- f B nuii has a cotton textile tndus- tii5on has Ixicii a hunse^iiest of Mr.- t ,. y protected by a nigh tariff wall si:d Mrs, Hr-id lor Oircc weeks. Mr> ; and hy preferences, in export pol- j Reid will spend .several days -Aith | icic ., F for manufucUired goods over « her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W T raiv cotton With Chancery: Marlene Pcrmenter v.s. Lloyd Ray Pernfcnter, suit for divorce. Roscoe Anthony vs. Edyth Anthony, suit for divorce. 'ROGRAM SCHEDULE KOSE R60 On Vnur Thursday, July 2(i, 1951 HORNING 5:00—Sign On 5:02—Musical Roundup 6:OO— News 6:0;i Farm Fair 6:15—Rapcr Bros. 6:30- -Gosppi Gems 7:00--Ne\v5 7:05—Yawnin' in Man-nln' 8:OD--Ncws 8:IS- Bin^ SinR.s 8:30—KOSE Kapcrs 9:OO--\Voman's Viewpoint 9:30—Tin Pan Alley 9:45—Dearest Mother 10:00--News 10:05--Modcrn Cancert Hall 10:30—860 Club 11:00—News 11:05—860 Club 11:30—Farm Frolics 11:55—Cards vs. Braves 12:00—News AFTERNOON 12:15—Noon Serenade 1:00—Behind the World News 1:05—Matinee Melodies 1:30—Here's to Vpl's 1:45—Navy Band 2:00—News 2:05—Murray's Madhomp J:15—Ark. Cotton Aren Forecast 3:00—Ne*i 3:05—Mexico CalU 3:15—In the Groove Boyi 3:30—Hep Time 4:30—Boston Blarkie 5:00-Hcrord Rack 5:55—News 8:00—Dnncetltne 6:15—Evening Serenada 6:30—Sporisman 6:45— Mwt the Band 1:00—News 7:0-i - Evrnin? Serenade 7:i5—Sign on. 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