The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 29, 1952
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARJO COURIER NEWS J«n« Shetton, Society Editor Red Peppers Are Banquet Hostess Th« innua) football team-faculty banquet for which the high school Red Pepper club is hostess was given last night in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble and for the occasion the theme "Isle of Fun" h»d b«n chosen, The mirrors of the room were adorned with football programs, pennants and miniature figures of members of the team. A football field, complete with goal posls and done in miniature, deslgnptec! the speakers' tables and marking the other tables set up for the guests were football helmets from which cascaded while carnation clusters. W. D. Tommey, high school principal gave the Invocation and Betsy Bell, club president gave tht welcoming address. Max Koonee. as representative of the football team gave the salute to fun. Following dinner, the program. "Seven," with pegf;y Enchery as conductoress was presented. Donna Sue Gore served as answer woman and pages were Elizabeth Lutes and Doris Bonn. The skit. "Whether Prom the Isle of Fun" was given with Rosemary Monahan, Wmnibctn Buckcley, Nita Rose Hall, Jane Wilson, John Hornsberger and Jerry Kalsell participating. The program was closed with addresses by Coaches Russell Mosley (ind Bill Stancil who spoke on, "Pun • .ft FODtb.ill." . _-In appreciation of her work, the •Red Peppers presented A volume of selected poems to club sponsor, Miss tuns B. wilhelm. Red Pepper Club officers are Betsy Bell, president; Donna Sue Gore, vice president; Pegy Zachery, secretary; Martha Nichols, treasurer; Rosemary Monaghan, historian and reporter and Elizabeth Lutes, sergeant at arms. Miss Dobbs Exchanges Nuptial Vows With Clinton E. Abbott in Missouri Party in Home Marks Birthday Mr*. Edgar P. Borilm yesterday •ntertafned at her home with » pwty celebrating the fifth blrth- d»y of her granddaughter, Mary Roussan Alexander. ' Thtrty-six guests attended the festivities and in the party games played prize winners were Josephine Cure, Becky Halnwnter, 8tu»rt Hoke and Johnny Mister. During the afternoon, the birthday cai «. with its five lighted candles, was. cut and served with ke cfeun and party foods. ." 'Special guests for the party were Mrs. Jo« Alexander of Hldgley, Term., and Mrs. Joe Alexander, Jr. Mrs. Scrum was assisted during tk* afternoon by her daughter, Mrs. Spencer Alexander, Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr., Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. Mell Hughes. At tlx Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Brenda Carol Cassldy, city. Wills Hospital Dismissed; C. W. Henley, city. Elijah Swain, city. Miss Bonnie Smith, city. Ann Glass, R( 3. James Tankersley, Steele. Miss Marrianne Dobbs became the bride of Clinton B. Abbott, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Abbott of JSlythevllle in an 8;30 p.m. ceremony Jnn. 23. The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. J. P. Collier of Fort Smith and S. O. Dobbs of I>as Vegas, Nov. 'Hie vows were exchanged at the home of the Kev. w. T. Pillow at Oak Grove, Mo. The Rev. Mr, Pillow Is minister of the Oak Grove Baptist Church. Mrs. Wallace Bunch, sister of the Kroom attended as matron of honor. Miss Shirley Abbott also n sister of the groom served as bride- maid. Mrs. Wallace chose a frock of powder blue ciepc worn witli ncccs- sories of black. Pink crejie worn with brown accessories wns selected by Miss Abbott. Both were presented shoulder arrangements of white carnations. A gown of navy blue crepe was chosen by the bride. She wore matching accessories and her only ornament was a strand of pearls. Her bridal flower was a white orchid which she pinned lU her shoulder. Wallace Bunch served us best man. The eotiplf is now at home nt 1601 West Ash Street in Blytheville. Mrs. Clinton E, Abbott Third Birthday Marked at Party Stephen Banister was three years old yesterday and the occasion was marked with a party for six boys at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banister. The afternoon was spent informally In the balloon decorated entertaining rooms after which birthday cake, Ice cream and fruit mmch was served. Mrs. Banister was assisted during the afternoon by Mrs. Randall Hawks. Miss Garner Wed To Navy Man Miss Mary Alice Garner of Ventura, Calif., and Blythevilte was married to Seaman First Class Robert Hafllch, son of Mrs. Robert Hnfllch of Los Angeles, Calif., in » Jan. 24 ceremony performed in Marian. The brine ;s tne daughter of Mrs. Katie earner of Blytheville. The couple's only attendants for the 4:30 p.m. ceremony were sister of the bride, Mrs. Roy Sheppard and Mr. Sheppard. Seaman First Class and Mrs. Hafllch left Friday night for California to make their home, where lie Is serving with the Navy. Bernice Flowers Takes First Honors On High School Semester Honor Roll Bernice Flowers, a sophomore, heads Blytheville High School's honor roll for the first semester of the 1951-1852 yeaj-, w. D. Tommey, principal has announced. Second and third respectively are Bonnie Nell McCormlck and Jimmie Weldman, who along with Bcr- hice, top the honor roll list of 47 students. Other honor students, listed by rank, are as follows: Laura Hemby, Hugh Cooper. LnJane Woodhousc, Eugene still, Larry Baker, Danny 3obb. Marilyn Dougherty, Charles tangs-ton, Harold Daniels, Charles Klnningham. Sue Job*. Marjorle Dougherty, oln Bea Mnnley, Annie Umlse Handley, Caldwcll, Gail Whltsltt, Fred Abbott, Sammy House. Jean Bradley. Bobby Orsbiirn, Rosemary Monoghan. Donna Syke.s, Grnnvlllc Cooley, Mary Alice McWatcrs. Lawrence Bradley, Sam L\im. Shirley Wade, Albert Fnirficld, Carol Bailey, Snlly Trieschmann, Mary Kay Crafton, Allcne Wlmberly, Palsy Ynrhro. Betly Johnson. Bet.iy Bell, Ruth Johnston, Jo Alice McGuIre, Jimmy Tilly, Frumn Borowsky. Bobble June Kllllan. Joe Lynn Vowell, Jan- Ice Johnson, Sue, Louise Goff. Appearing on the honorable mention Hit released by the office were the names of the following 55 students: Boh Chlldress, Melon Hill. Johnny O'Brien, Evelyn Bowen, Jane Wilson, Sandra Long, Shirley Loveliidy, Carol Ann Hnlt. Nita Rose Hall, Hal Boyd, Jan\,Dlckenson. Rondal Johnson, Earl; Hyde, Frances Slayton. Mary Ann Grimes, Mnx Hill. Pat Hearn, Gwendolyn Rhoads, Peggy Taylor, Lynwood Hcrron, Luther Taylor, Barbara Johnson. Patsy Culvert, Anne Kclllck, Nancy Hamby. . . Carlcne Poff, Linda Bunch, Jack Jackson, Terry Vail. Ann Perry, Johnny Loggins, Millie Ann Mai- lory, Delores Parker, Peggy Gilmer, Martha Ann Foster, Nino Richardson, Eva Jane Cox, Winnibetb. Buckley, Joan Earls, Patty Scott. Jerry Edwards. PTancei Rase, June Cunningham, Dixie Sutton, Jimmy Kitchens. Gallya Stillwell, Dallas May, Donna Sue Gore. Kay Smith. Bobby Hilburn. Charlene Brldgcnvlter, Ann Mne Grecr, Beverly Jones, Peggy Webb. Mary Beth Daniels. Women of First Baptist Church Meet -. By Sue Burnett No wonder it's the favorite In ev- <ry wardrobe' from one season to the next. The classic shirtwaist style Is so versatile and to Ilsiter- Ing that you can make several versions in different fabrics to wear "round the clock. Pattern No. 8G46 is a sew-rite perforated patter nin sizes 12. 14 15 13 20; W, 42. Size 14. 4», yards of 35 or 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 315 Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. • The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who itv will be ready for you shortly. 35 ctnts now for your copy. Women of the First Baptist Church yesterday met In homes for lesson studies and business discussions. Mrs, Rlley Adams was hoste.u to tl members nnd one new member of Circle One. Prayer by Mrs. C. M. Smart preceded the lesson studv. which wns directed by Mrs. William Bcrryman. Mrs. M, C. Outlaw gj.e the closing prayer. Circle Two met at the home of Airs. R. E. Blaylock. Prayer by Mrs. Tom Jackson onei-- Pri tile sewion for tlic seven members attending and Mrs. c. S Ix-m- fins taught the lesson. Mrs Bk.y- lock led in the nrtjuuming :jra.vr;r. Nine members of circle Three • it with Mrs. Lloyd Stlctmon MH. Charles Evans had the opening prny- er and nlso taught the lesson study Mrs. C. E. Edds led the nrtjnuuiine ! prayer. ] Mrs. w. M. Williams was hos ' toss to 10 members ot elicit Tour for the mcetitisr which opened \vitli prayer by Mrs. Arthur Bnhn Mrs : Robert McHaney had the lesson study nnd Miss Cordelia wilhile led j in the closing prayer. \ Eleven members of Circle P^vr met with Mrs. E. P. Hnrdin. Mrs. H. H Brooks had the opening; prayer prc- ' ceding the lesson slurty. which uas taught by Mrs. B E. Stevens Mr-, Dick Melton led in the adjoin-tuni; prayer. Circle Six was entertained at tho hoiM of Mrs. Joe Evans. Tw-rlvc members and two guests attended the session which opened with prayer by Mrs. Billy Woolen. The lesson was presented by Mrs. Charlc? Ray Ncwcomb and Mrs, Al Chaffin led In the adjourning 'prayer. Mrs. J. w. Portlock fed the opening prayer for the II members of Circle seven, who met with Mrs Alvln Huffman. Mrs. Shelbiirnc Brewer taught the lesson and Mrs. F. L. Reagan led the closing prayer. A social hour followed each adjournment. Mai 'riage Licenses The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license at the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Eliz- nbelh Blythc Parker: Kcllie L. Moore and Mrs. Evelyr. M. Smith, both of Rector. Rcarl Courier News Classified Ads, BEAUTIFUL GLADIOLI BULBS 12 VARIETIES We've just received a shipment of Gladioli Bulbs in 12 Varieties. Come in soon! Paul By rum Hardware Co. ]I4 Fast .M.iln Condition of C. C. Lee of Dyersburg, brother ot Mrs. Fred Warren, Is reported as Improved. I,. I. Passmore of Caldwell, Ida., Neal Passmore and son Billy Neal Passmore of Marked Tree and Grady Joe Guiwan of Marked Tree were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fielder Perry. 'ITic Mr. Passmorcs are brothers of Mrs. Perry. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall, Miss Bess Hall, Mrs. H. O. Wlckham, of Jilytheville. and H. K. Phillips of Osccols returner! Sunday night from New Madrid, Mo., where they had been called due to the death of their aunt, Mrs. Amelia Dclldn, who was 82 years old. Hobby McDanlel left yesterday for Drury College, Springfield. Mo.. Bft- CT having spent the mid-term holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. McDaniel. Miss Lynn Dowdy and her guest, Miss Shirley BJoimt of Memphis, were weekend guests of Miss Dowdy's parents, Mr. and Mrs C S Dowdy. Miss Dowdy and Miss Blount are student nurses at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, G. (J. Ashley and son, Michael of Memphis, were weekend Kiiests of Mr. and Mrs Bill Banister. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Hamra of Pekin. ill., announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Jan. 22. She has been named Dorothy ITenee. Mrs. Hamra is the former Mlsi Bonnie Nelson of Blytheville. Mrs .Joe Alexander, sr.. of Hldg- ley, Tenn., Is the of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander, Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Alexander. Mrs. Harry Lawson left yesterday for Chicago to visit her son, Kenneth Lawson, Mrs. Lawson and Infant daughter, Dawne. She also will \1sit In Cleveland. O.. with another .wn. Sgt. E» 0 n Lawson. before returning home. Students of distinction, representing the upper two per cent ol each class, and the honor, roll for the third six weeks of the current Gosnell High School year today were announced by Floyd E. jrby, high school principal. Studm's of distinction are Jean Howard, Patricia Johnson, seventh eradc; Roy Lynn via, eighth grade- Mary Hannaford, ninth ffrade; Roy Lee McKay, tenth grade; Geneva Lee. eleventh grade and Katherlnc Hoffstetcr, twelfth grade. James Lucius of the twelfth grade was named best student of the school for the third six weeks. Attaining positions on the honor roll for the seventh grade were Roy B. Baker, Jr., LeRoy Pearson, Lloyd McCoi-mlck. CarJ Hester warren, Billy Joe Sellers, Roberta Tiewaler, Patricia Ann Davis, Barbara Glass, Church Missions Program Given at All-Day Session The community missions program, 'Cilorious footsteps" was presented yesterday for the 15 members or the Trinity Baptist Womens Missionary Society, who attended the all day session at the church. Croup singing followed by prayer by Mrs. c. s. Webb preceded the study lesson, which was directed by Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. R. \v. Wootcn presented the morning's devotional anrt prayer by Mrs. Herman Adair opened the first study portion In which Mrs, John Nelson. Mrs. Adalr and Mrs] M. D. Kenwrlght participated. Ltmclieon was served the members and the 1 p.m. second portion opened with singing and prayer by Mrs. E. C. Thompson. Taking part in the, program were" Mis. Clarence McDertnott, Mrs. Eleanor Swarforri. Mrs. Bill Crocker, Mrs. James Kelly and Mrs. c. R. Robertson Prayer by Mrs. Webb adjourned the meeting. TUE5IMY, JANUARY 29, 1952 Gosnell Honor List Is Announced and Sadie Ballard. Eighth grade _ Wanda Whittle, Barbara Bcvlll, Raymond Johnson, Mildred Austin, Ruby Johnson, Leon Santord. Jennie Vie Glllcn- tine and Bob Regan. Ninth grade—James Bevlll, Douglas Watklns, Bertha Carter, Jo Ann Stevenson, Virginia Lloyd, Sue Krech and James Southard. Tenth grade—Martha Rounsa vail, Donald Hyde, Louise Smith. Wanda Raspberry, Sue Prevost, Barbara Potter, Betty Gann. Larry Coggen and Earnest Allen. Eleventh grade-Jerry Raspberry, Marlene Donner, Charles Wlllitord, Ga^ McMillan, Hilde McGce. Jeanle Lucius, Pauline Lee. Mavis Brackin and Francis Cotton. Twelfth grade—Howard Maxwell. Bonnie Roberts. Bobble Springer and Betty Cooper. Calvary Baptist Church Circles Meet in Homes Circles of (he Calvary Women's Missionary Society yesterday met in homes for business and Bible studies. Mrs. Porter Milter was hostess to live members and noe new member. Mrs. Cordy Miller of Circle One. Mrs. w. P. O'Neal !ed in the open- in" prayer and presented the devotional. The business session was directed by Mrs. Henry McCain and program participants were Mrs. Miller. Mrs. -Preston Thorn and Mrs. McCain. Prayer by Mrs. Miller cfosetl the se.ssion. Circle Five met at the home of Mrs. c. W. Hudson for a B!ble stu- day with eight members attending. Mrs. Mike Richey led the Bible study and prayer by Mrs. R. V. Gean closed the meeting. Mrs. Willie Hall met as a new member with the 11 members of Circle Six who were entertained at the home of Mrs. Ora Peeples. Mrs. Pearl Smalley was a guest for the meeting which opened with prayer by Mrs. H. J. Pondren. Mrs. P. H. Jernlgan directed the Bible study and prayer by Mrs. Mark Anderson closed the session. A social hour followed each adjournment. Monthly Visit Is Made To Veterans Hospital Representatives of the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi made their monthly afternoon visit to Kennedy Veterans Hospital Sunday and were accompanied by the Majorettes of the Blytheville High School Band and the German Band. Majorettes were Doris Bean, Joan Earls, Emmariel Swearengen, Jean Shelton and Millie Ann Bradley. Band members were Ralph Wahl Clovis Garnett. Albert Fairtield, Jimmy Culbertson and Tommy Dowdy. Sorority members attending were Mrs. Roy Klrksey, Mrs. Arthur S. Harrison, Mrs, Ben Cooper. Miss Florence Moore, Miss Billie Sue Burks and chapter president, Mrs. Robert Lipscomb. Approximately 4 to 8 per cent of normal people arc left-handed. Coming Events Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 7:30 p.m. canasta party at Rustic Inn. Mrs. Maurcie Luttrell, hostess. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at club at 7:15 p.m. Order of Rainbow Girls and Eastern Stars have 6:30 p.m. supper followed by public Installation of officers at Masonic Hall. Wednesday Promised Land Methodist WSCS has 7 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Felix Hill. Mrs. C. Modinger entertaining Town and Country Club. Mrs. Paul Jobe hostess to Club Eight. Thursday Potluck. supper followed by social hour for masons and their wives nt the Masonic Temple at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Jerry Scrape hostess to TLE Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs. Cleo Wren. OEO Club has meeting at the home of Mrs. T. H. Caraway. Mrs. Chester Caldv.-ell hostess to Thursday Contract. . La Nueve meets with Mrs. Ben Mac White. Mrs. Johnny white entertaining Kibitzer club. Mid-Week Club meets with .Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Octette Club entertained by Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Duplicate Bridge Leasjue plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Eilzelian Class of First Baptist, Church has 7:30 p. m. meeting at home of Mrs. Joe Evans, Ills Willow. ' Friday Dorcas Class of First Baptist Church has 2 p.m. meetin at the church. Mrs. Wesley Thomas entertaining Stitch and Chatter Club. Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Riley B. Jones. Alaskan Agriculture The Territory of Alaska has about 65,000 square miles of potential farm lands and another 33,000 square mites suitable for grazing stock. Beauty Fundamentals Are Given For Radiant Valentine Bride Bj HETTY CLARKE Af* Newsftatures B«auty Editor All eyes are on the bride at any season of the year. But the girl who plays queen of hearts on Valentine's Day must sparkle. Even If she skips the fuss and feathers of while, and makes her vows In a business suit, she must look radiant to please Dan Cupid. Here are some pointers to aid the busy bride-to-be: 1. A permanent wave »nould be done several weeks before your wedding day. If you do not attend to your curls then, have your hair cut and set before the wedding day, and have your permanent done' after the honeymoon. It Is sad to get a permanent wave a few days before the wedding, discovering that neither the style nor wave suits you, and that your coiffure looks unbecoming beneath your wedding veil or hat. 2. Your hands will be up for Inspection after the wedding ceremony. Pay special attention to fingernails. If they have a tendency to he brittle, trim and shape them, massaginj cream around the cuticle each night at least several weeks before the wedding. Your hands, like your fingernails, will he in special focus when you show off your wedding ring and that diamond. Put your hands In good shape with a hand cream or ft homemade lotion of glycerin and rosewater. Scrub • your hands frequently to erase dirt, stains find grease or oil which might work Into crevices of the skin, particularly H you have a factory job. 3. The wedding day Is an occasion of great excitement. Few girls can remain calm while a doting family gets into a frenzy over the prospect of the wedding. It Is important, therefore, to use an antl-per- spirant and put good sturdy arm shields in your wedding gown to keep sweet and lovely during the hectic hours that precede the wedding reception. 4. Get your trousseau organized weeks before the wedding. If you do not have the room In your home to take over a large area RO that things can be stacked carefully, clean out. one or two bureau drawers, and put hosiery, lingerie and trousseau accessories In neat Uttle stacks. Then when you are ready to pack for your wedding trip, you' will have everything at hand to facilitate packing. 5. Use a clear foundation cream SEE $10,000 OUR PRICE TODAY ON NO. 2 YELLOW SOYBEANS IS $2.68* per bushel delivered otir elevator Farmers Soybean Corporation Hlythcvillc, Ark. • Trice Suhjrrl to Market Changes Qittal CLEARANCE Broken Lots of Women's Fall and Winter Style Shoes! VALUES TO $12.95! PAIR or liquid of some sort. Instead of * heavy makeup which would not be flattering to a bride. Use the minimum of .'Ipstlcft and rouse necessary to bring a glow to your checks anrl lips, and select a light Instead of a dark hued rouge '.vhether orange or pink. 6, If you want to experiment with a new eyebrow line or hair dye, do not try your luck In this respect Just before your wedding day. Mistakes made at the last minute can be costly when there Is so llttla time to correct them. WARNIN;; ORDER In the Chancery Court. Chicka- iwbi District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Willis Lawrence Lambert. Ptf. vs. NO. 11963 Sadie Ruth Lambert, nft. The defendant. Sadie Ruth Lam- jert, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named !n the caption hereof and nswer the complaint of the plaln- iff. Willie Lawrence Lambert. Dated this 24th day ol January. SS3. Harvey Morris. Clerk By Anita Sykcs, D. C. C. A. Cooper, atty. for p.t. Ed B. cook, atty. ad litem. 1129-2 5-12-19 You May Have 2 Pairs for Only $5.00! MOST ALL SIZES, BUT NOT IN EACH STYLE ALL NO "oT s FAMILY SHOE STORE EXCHANGES W. Main SPhone FINAL listen to KLCN it 10:10 a.m. ind 4:00 p.m. daily for our pro- frara annouriuements Box Office Phone 2152 Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starfs 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday ENJOY OUR NEW IMPROVED TV! RITZ GUESTS TO SEE "THE DESERT FOX" Tu«. or Wed. Mr. & Mrs. OLIVER COPPEDGE and Family Mr. & Jlrs. KENDALL BERRY and Family Tuesday & Wednesday Also Selected Shorts Sporfs Reel "Water Jockey" and Enchanted Island Box Office . Opens 6:45 ' • Show Starts J 7:00 p.m. Admission nl All Times 9c & 30c {Tax Ind.) 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