The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1951 · Page 1
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLR, ( A RK.) COURIER NEWS Jane SIieHon, Society £ciitor etvd Phone 4461 Mis* Fleeman's Betrothal To Iowa Resident Told MANILA, Arfc., July 23-J?epre- sentative and Mrs. Evigene Cecil Fleeman liave announced tiie betrothal of their daughter, Miss Betly Jean Fleeman to Max Hcnd- rich Schrader, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Schrader of Anamosa, la, A graduate of Blythevuie High School, Mi*s Fleeman was a member of the Hetl Pepper, Garden and Glee Clubs. She received an AA degree irem Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., where she majored in costume designing. She was a member ol the Independent and Dramatic Clubs. Now u student at Southern Methodist Uiiiveivty, Dallas, Tex., she plans to complete her studies in designing. Mr. Schrader was graduated '.torn Momicello In., high school where he was a member ol the "M" Glut), Gtee Club and served as prcsitient of the National Honor Society Following his graduation he emc-ml the Army and participated in the Berlin Ainift. He now holds n reserve commission in the Air F,;rce. Mr. Schrader is a junior al Southern Methrdist University ivhers lie Is a civil engineering student "and a menibe,- of the Student Conn?:!. The nuptial vows will be exchanged Aug. 31 in the First r.iel'n- odist Church of Manila. Announcement of the betrothal was mode July 16 nl a party tor 60 ^guests In Manila. 1Wr«. Jack Webb Feted At Dessert Bridge A recent bride, 'Mrs. Jack Webb was guest of honor yesterday at the Marvin Nunn, jr., home when Mrs. Nunn and Mrs. Mason Day, Jr.. were hostesses to lour tables of dessert bridge guests. Prior to her recent marriage in North Carrollton, Miss., Mrs. Webb was Miss Marjorle Milnm. Rosebuds clustered • In bud vases act atop each small table used for the bridge games. The honoree's • chair was designated with white satin puffs, n tiny bride doll further emphasized the bridal thome The entertaining rooms of the home used for the occasion hcltt arrangements o( zinnias and colorful mari- 8 olds. Mrt. J. M. Williams, Jr., won high §core prize, with Mrs. Robert McHaney taking second 'high honors «n<l Mr« W M Jontz bridge , X *f*^ Irojqn, y|n fi1Vl Jlnen i *H, "tlecUd T>y -WS %ebb wl ,o -pfcrW * fift arrtmgtment/of pink rubrum Illllu nt her shoulder The hostesses's gift for the bride's new horn* wiu china. Social at Church Honor* Class, Guests An evening of party game.i at th« First Baptist olmrch lust night • honored members of the Men's Clam, HHH and their wh WEI) IN LEI'ANJ'O —Mr. and Mrs. Wfillnco W. NoniiHii were mnrriud Sunday in a ceromony performed at the homo of the bride's parent.", Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hass. Mrs. Norman is the /ovmer Miss Miii'y Lou I'.ass, Mr, Norman is the son of .Mrs. \V. A, Norman and the late Mr. NnrniHii of Blythcville. monthly affair was held in the church dining room. Tht guest« were seated at small Mbl« for the party games which were won by Mrs. Elgle H. Brown «nd Forrest Moore. Ice crenm and dako was served after which Herbert Joyncr, class teacher prayer. , ]„ UVe adjourning Popular Look Alike* Norman-Bass Vows Said in Home Ceremony LEPANTO. Arlc., July 2R-Miss Mary Lou Uass, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Curl iiass became the bride of Wallace W. Nonnnn of Upanlo son of Mrs. VV. A. Norman and the late Mr. Norninn ol niythe- ville, Sunday in n ceremony performed at the home of the bdrtc's parents. The Rev. Amos Endcrlin, pastor of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church In Hlythcvillc officiated at the double ring ceremony. An improvised altar was formed In llio living room with a background of emerald greenery, In front of which were placed standards of candelabra holding white tapers. Tall, white baskets held white yJadioii nnrl white stock. Carl Boss Jr., and Joe Bass, brothers of the bride, lighted the ts- tlie nuptial music. Original Gown The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore an original by Emalie of Imported Trench crmnitlly lace over crystalline tnttetn. The petite Immie fastened down the center back with miniature luce buttons. Tiio decollete tulle portrait yoko Joined the borlico and brief sleeves were finished wllh tulip pelnl scallops. Detachable gauntlets buttoned from the elbow to roso point over the Immls, Tho lace skirt was scnlluuod In icrting- otc stylo over n nylon net skirt with scallops continuing nromid the entire edge of the terrace length hem. The bride's veil was double tiered and waist length, fashioned of mi-sty imported Illusion and hand- rolled hems, it fell from a vvattcaii lace cap. Her bridnl flower, was a single white orchid nettling on a white BIWe. Tfie bride's only attendant was ' her cousin, Miss Mary Louise WBR- iion of Blythevuie who wore a terrace length yellow organdy dress wi(h yellow sntln shawl collar. Her shoulder corsage was of white but- i terlly carnations and small purple ' flowers. ! Pat Clem of Lepanto, was best man. i Mrs. Bass, mother of the bride i wore a dress of pink lace with a ! corsage or white carnations. Mrs ; Norman, mother of the bridegroom. ' wore n dress or navy bine chiffon.! with white accessories. Her corsage i was of white carnations. 1 Itccepllon Given •A reception in the home, followed • the ceremony. i Presiding at Ihe punch bnwl vas ; Miss Virginia Swcnrcncen oj Bly- \ thevillc. cousin of the bride. " i Mrs. J'at Clem presided at the i bride's register. Following the reception, the couple left on a wedding trip to Silver Springs. Florida. Upon their return, the couple «l)l be at home in Lopanto. Among the out-of-town guests were: Mr nnd Mrs. N. w. Brigham, ol lilythcville, grandparents ol the bride; Mrs. li, T. Worthy and Nancy Tdmutie; Mrs. Agnes T. Lnne and Mrs Charles Stewart, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. N. Sivearaificn, 8r., Miss Emadcl S'.vcBleiiKon, Mr. and Mrs. H N. SKTiireiigcn, Jr., and inn, Mrs. 11111 VVaijnon, Miss Mary Ixm- Ise Waenoti, Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Wngnon, Mrs. N. \V. Nonnnn, mother ol the bridegroom, Mrs. I'aullne Pink, Miss Jean Norman, Mls.1 Virginia Swearcnscn. Mrs. Buddy Joe Liiyton, all of Blytheville. • * • 'Ivi-Delta Entertains Tonight with Party Forty giiesU will attend the district rush party of Delta Delta Celtn sutm-ity tonight when Miss Barbara Monaghnn and MLss Gay Garrisnn will direct nn Infarmnl barbecue and hayrlde at the Qnr- rlenn country home at Half Moon. Guests will nttcnd the affnir from Wt'f.t. Memphis, Marion, Wynne, Pnragould, Jonesboro, 13 r i n k 1 e y, Newport. Marked Tree, Stuttgart nnd niytlwllle. Blytlieville viLshees Invited for Win nffnir nre, Misses Annella Humphreys Vivian Patterson, Shirley King, Hamona Crafton, Betly Hnrbcr and Knthcrlnc Mnrtln. Miss Joan Wlli>otirne of Para- «oulrt is slnte rush chairman, Missus Monaghan and Onrrlgan district chairman. Swimming Party at Walker Park Honors I 1 Guests A swimming party al Walker Park Thursday honored 11 guesU when Mary Alice McWaters was hostess for the evening of Informal entertainment. : Prizes In the water games were . won by Mnda Rayder and Ann Seay. Assorted party foods were served during the affair. Several out-of-town residents were included In the guest list, Anita Price of Pensacola, Fla., houscguost of Mr. and Mrs. B, o. Dlack, CarJtta Mitchell of Memphis who Is visit- Ing Donna Dedman, Kay Lunsford | of Memphis, guest of Mrs. John Moore, Carolyn Moran of Little j Rock, houscgucst of Dr. and Mrs P. E. utley and Sandra Roberts of Memphis, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman. * • • Marlha Ann Burks Has Party for 15 Guests Because Martha Ann Burks was Ihrce year:) old 5'esterday, 15 guests were Invited to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burks for an afternoon of informal entertainment. • Followlim game-s the guests pre- 'cnted the hrmoree with gifts. Mrs. Burks was s.wlsted in serving punch md traditional birthday cake by Mrs. Katie Caldweli. Special guests were grandparents of the honorce, Mr. and Mrs. J W. Hurks and grandmother, Mrs. R J Cole. • • . Pai'ty-Housewarming I lonors Herman Storey, Jr. A combined surprise birthday party anj housewarming last night compllmemed Herman storey, Jr when 13 friends gathered at his new home on 5th Street. Following n potluck supper, ijifts «ere sho.vered upon the nnnoree nnjl the remainder of the evening spent informally. At Die Hospitals Illyllicvllle Hospital T. L. Dykes, Osceola R. E. Frakes, Stccle Mrs. Curtis Cole, Ohicngn III Wall* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. W. Wyrlck, City Mrs. Henry L. Matthews, baby, City Mrs. Delbert Q. Kemper bally. City Mr.s. William Wilson, City Bobble Anlin Williams, city Mrs. E. N. Lee. Armorel Mrs. Hudson Slorey, Manila and and FOUR-H SONGSTER—Miss Jo Alyce MfGuire of Yarbro has been named state Four-K song- leader at a week-long leaders training camp held on the campus of the University of Arkansas this week She is one of 29 Mississippi County Four-H Members at the camp. Coming Events Social Calendar ' Monday Lake street Melhodlst Circles meet—Circle One, at the church at 7:30 p.m. circle Two, at the church at 2:30 p.m. First Baptist YWA meets at the home of Mrs. Albert Enderlin, 1:30 p.m. TueMay Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. w. J. Cupples entertaining TLE Club. b Club Eight meets with Mrs Paul Jobe. Mrs. Louis Henderson, GIB Club hostess. Thursday Mrs. Johnny White hostess to Kibitzer Club. Thursday Rook meet-! at the, home of Mrs. W. B. Mayo. Duplicate Bridge League meets at 7:30 p.m. nt Total Noble. Saturday Miss Laura Swain becomes (he bride of Donald M, Manners at the First Presbyterian Church at 9-30 a.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:0 p.3m. WAHNINO OHDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawha mslrict, Mlulolppl County, Arkansas. ^ Marlene Permeriter,"ptt, ' vs. Lloyd Ray Pcrmenter, Dft. The defendant Lloyd Ray Permenter is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court j named In the caption hereof nnd I answer the complaint of the plain tiff Marlene Permcnter, Dated this 24 day of July, 1951. Harvey Morris, Clerk By nulh Magce. D. C. C. F. Cooper, ally, for plaintiff. Gene E. Bradley, ally ad lltem. 7p8 8,4-11-18 In Memorial to Pioneers MEDICINE HAT, Alia. OT—Names of 80 pioneers have been branded into the walls of the new Medicine Hat museum. Safe Is Safeguarded COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo, {if, —Burglars went to a lot of troiiole to force their way into the f»t>d mart here. Then a barking dog scared them off. It was J'ist as well. RDSS Johnson, Martha Frances Arends and. Janet Young have returned from Memphis where they were the guests of Martha Fiances' uncle and aunt, Capt and Mrs. Rouse Harp. Mrs. Erby Ledbetter entered Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Monday to undergo treatment. She Is in Room 2304. Mr. Ledbetter Is remaining in St. Louis with relatives Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley and family have returned from Rockaway Beach where they vacationed lor two weeks. Kay Lunsford of Memphis Is the houseguest of her grandmother, Mrs. John Moore. Misses Joan Wilbourne a.id Diane Mack of Paragould are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby. They came especially for the Tri-Delta sorority rush party tonight at the C. VV. Garrlgan' home Mrs. G. V. Daws will enter Memphis Baptist Hospital Monday to undergo treatment Jor a back In- Jury suffered several months ago. Anita Trice of Pensacola. Fla. is the houscguest of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. o. Black and son, Bob. She accompanied Bob Black to his home recently from Pensacola where he had been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cherry have as their weekend guest Mrs Cherry's sister, Mrs. Milton Caven of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huffman have as their guests Mrs. Huffman's niece, Sandra Roberts of Memphis Mr. and Mrs O. o. Elk-ins Jr and daughters, Teresa and Louisa nnve been spending this week with their parents. Mr. and Mrs G v Daws and Mrs. O. o. Elkins Bcc!-.y Mann oE Osceola is vlsit- ing her grandmother, Mrs F F Bloweyer. Pfc. Gene Shanks arrived yesterday by plane from Brooks Air Force Base. San Antonio. Tex., to spend U days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Shanks. He Is en route to a new assignment at St. Francis- Warren Base, Cheyenne Wyo n h wi»^" llllc Huffml »>. Miss Luna B. Wllhelm and Robert Brown arc spending the weekend In Memphis as guests of Mrs. E. W. Sneed and Miss Mary Van Snced, Dr. and Mrs. j. A. Saliba return- ert last night from a three weeks tour of ten western and southern states. . Carolyn Moran of Little Rock is the hotisegtiest of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley and family. the owner, doesn't leave his money at the store. Worried about his costly safe, Johnson leaves it open each night with a sign reading "no mo ney In here." DAINTI - TOTS DIAPERETTE (Something New in Blytheville) Hume Service Kor Your Ha by Dinpcra AYe Ilo Them as You Want Them Done NO FUSS-NO BOTHER Pick Up & Delivery Service We Exchange Clean for Soiled Call 2888 «. Mrs. Eric Hall • 63S S. Lnlio St. ICE CREAM SOCIAL Homemade Ice Cream and Cake SUNDAY - JULY 29th From 5 to 7 P.M. Lawn of the Catholic Church Sue Burnett Little girls love to have n dro Just like mothers, and these daii> t.y look-ahkes are such fun to sen Each has a yoke in soft contrast nipped in waist and button-trim mert cuffs Accent with bold ric rat- Pattern No. 8634 Is a sow-rite perforated pattern In sizos ij H 16 18, 50. <rt, 42, Size H. 3\ yards o! 39-Inch; «i yard contrast. Pattern No. 86S5 is a se\v-riu perforated pattern for sizes 3. 4 5 6. 7, a years Size 4. l»k yards of 39. inch- H yard contrast. Per these patterns, send 30c [01 EACH, in COINS, your name ari- nress, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News. 312 W. CJuincy Street! Chicago. 8. ill. ^^^"^^^^^^^^B^^B 'Where Christ and Christians Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! Sermons: Tills rnminsr Sunday, July I!Hn, Mr. C. I.. Tunlum will s|ir.\k ai both the mornine antl evening services. .Mr. Slnrp i< attcnrtinit a mccline at Connay, Arkansas. KLCN 12:15-12:30 Dai Early Service 8:45 Everybody Welcome n F SHARP Evangelist James Thompson Second Service 10:50 Song Leader — \V. T. Shell on CHURCH OF CHRIST Main at Highway 1 61 Your Biggest Cleaning Problems! Keeping kiris' clothes clean is a major headache for every mom. [Jut wise mothers send US those soiled garments, for thorough, gentle dry cleaning! They like the way we remove stubborn spots . . . have clothes back in record time! Try us today! BLYTHEViLLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1951 Bible Class Meets at Church Fifteen members of the Ladfei Bible class ot the First Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for the monthly bust- ness and social session. Mrs. Boy Bagley anrt Miss Sue Osment were class gue.sts. Vice president, Mrs. Prank Webb, conducted ihe session, Mrs. S. Mo«- !ey presented the afternoon's devotional from the 13th chapter of Corinthians. Prayer by Mrs. Bagley precede a report by Miss Osment on Vouth Activities Week held at church recently. : Hostesses (or the social hour following were Mrs. ,1. G. Sudbutly, ST., niul Mrs. E. E. Hardln. Party foods were served. TO CONDUCT BKVIVAL-The First Baptist Church of Manila will begin revival services tomorrow with Nelson Tull, Baptist Brotherhood Secretary of the Arkansas Baptist stnte Coiu'ention as speaker. Weekday services will begin at 7 a.m., evening services at 7:45 p.m. and sill continue to Aug. 5. Bobby White of Manila will direct the song services, Holland Baptists Plan /y\eeting The Rev. Arnum Wood of Mountain View, Mo., wilt begin a revival meeting at the First Baptist Church In Holland, July 30. It was announced today by church pastor, the Rev. Fred Boren. Services will be held at 7:30 p.m. with Connie Hay directing the singing, Mrs. Sarn Kenley will oe In charge of music. 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