The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 4, 1952
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PAGE TWO BI/YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor B€Vd. Phone 4461 Former Resident Exchanges Vows In Memphis Miss Mildred T. McCormlck of Memphis and BlythevIUe, daughter o! Mrs, Maude Green of Blytheville, became the bride of Vernon Lawrence Perry of Memphis Friday night- In an 8 p.m. candlelight ceremony. The Rev. Virgil W. CaveiioVr, pastor of the Maclomb Baptist Church, officiated at the ceremony which was said at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim W. Drake in Memphis. The groom la the son of Mrs. Elsie Perry and Vernon George Perry of Memphis. FORMER RESIDENT WK1)S—Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lawrence Perry are shown following their 8 p.m. marriage Friday in "*«*J »» The bride was given In marriage j\i cmn l,j. -TO.,, iv Mr nrnVf onri u-nrn o onuin n f Jm."l|MJia. 1 JIG by Mr. Drnkc mid wore a gown ol fen wick lace and nylon net poised over white satin. Fashioned with a portrait neckline o! illusion appli- bride is tile former Miss Mildred T. qued 111 nylon net, the gown had ,\r c r o .-rniYV nf long fitted sleeves ending in petal „,,.., °, points over the hnnd. The full- «I.V"«eville and ......... gatherecl, waltz-length skirt was of lace and wns caught up the renter back to reveal net over satin. Her triple-tiered veil of Imported illusion Jell from a fitted cap o: matching lace and satin edged ii lily of the valley blooms. Her brida bouquet was of pinit tinted lily o! (he valley interspersed with sweetheart roses and nialtne puffs which ended in knee-length streamers. The wedding party gathered before an improvised «H«r set beneath a large wall mirror. Palms and ferns centered with pin}; carnations and rosebuds outlined the platform. Heart, shaped rings were formed at either side by baskets of blue dutch Iris and pink gladiolt The huckleberry-entwined taptri held pink candles. Mr.s, Drake was matron of honor and selected a gown of powder blue and carried an arm bouquet of pink carnations. Jimmie Lou Drake served a ring hearer and was dressed in a gown of orchEri organdy over satin. Pink rosebuds we re ,s prlu klcc! ov e r the fiatm pillow she carried. Mr. Perry served as his son's best man. A reception followed and the bride's tab! e was ov erlald with a hand drawn lace cloth and topped with R three-tiered wedding cake •which was garlanded in pink carnations and rosebuds. Around the table edge were pink carnations caught in satin shaped hearts and held In maHne. Mrs. Leon Bcherer of Blytheville Sensational Sports.-Set " . is a graduate of Hlylhevilie High School. They will he at home in Memphis. presided at the bride's book. Mother of the bride, Mr.s. Green were n black velvet frock and a grey ensemble «-a.s chosen by the Broom's mother, Mrs. Perry. Hoth wore orchids. Following a wedding trip the cou- plt will bo at home In 906 Beatrice in Memphis. • Mrs. Perry was graduated from lilythevlile High School nnd wns formerly employed as a beauty operator here. Mr. perry, who is connected with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Is a veteran o[ 29 months duty with the Navy. Ho l.s a graduate of Memphis Tech High School. Danny Deen Has Third Birthday Danny Douglas Deen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Deen, wns three years old Saturday and the occasion was marked with n party for 16 guests at his home, Favors of noise-makers, balloons d vn|e|Hlncs were presented, the juests during the afternoon ot informal entertainments. Ice cream and Iced drinks were later served with birthday cake by the honoree's mother and nn mint Mrs. Travis Deen. 10-20 By Sue Burnett It's really three costumes In one —this halter neckline bare-top dress! Alone it makes the perfect frock to woo the sun; add the cover-up Jacket or dashing cape and you've two stunning street outfits. Pattern No. 8783 is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 10, 12 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 12. dress. 5H yards of 39-Inch; Jacket, 1 >; yards- cape, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COIN'S, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- ber to Sue Burnett. Courier News 375 Quincy Street, Chicago 6 ill ' I Basic FASHION for Spring and Summer contains a wealth of sewing suggestions for stretching your clothes budget. Gift pattern printed Inside. Send 25 cenu today. Dinner Precedes Meeting Of Osceola Baptists OSCEOLA — Mrs. Ed. Blnkc was hostess at a dinner party for the Women's Bible Class of th c Pj rs t Baptist Church at their monthly business nnd social .meeting Thursday evening. Mrs. Roy Dlllard, president of the class, conducted the business session nnd discussed "Class Loyally versus Church Loyalty". Miss Grace Lovelace, a guest of the class, gave the devotional telling (he story of the picture. "The Praying Hands' by the artist Albert Durer. Airs. Tom Spiers, membership vice-president, reported one new member in January, Mrs. Charles Williams. Mrs. C. M. Hoi-ton, sccrc- :nry of the class reported the class nad reached nil 10 pninl.s on the Slnndnnl of Excellence and had made application with the Sunday- School Department of thc Arkniisn.s Baptist Convention for rcro^nitton. Mr.s. R. H. Jones, rhiss teacher discussed the details of the standard. Guests for the dinner meeting Included Mrs. Ruth Rwanscy, Mr.s j W. Hall nnd Miss Gr.lre ' Lovelace. AI the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mary I-ouisc Ray. City Mr.s. Johnny .lohusou. Rt. 3 Mrs. Mnxine Grimes. Hixora Mr.;. J. M. Venscy, Rt. 2 McCutchen, Phillips Take lop Honors in League Mrs. o, W. McCutchen and Mrs. Russell Phillips took first place honors Saturday afternoon In thc bl-wcekly game of the Duplicate Bridge League. Playing at Holcl Noble Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins won second high and Mrs. Georgia Bnllcy and Mr.s. VV. D. Chamblln look third place honors. Cpl. R. N. Cassidy Wed in Florida To Miss Schrum Cp!. Robert, Nelson CaxsJdy. son Of Mrs. Maude Cassidy of Blythe- vllle. was married In a 6 p.m. ceremony Jan. J9 In Vero Beach, Flu., to Miss Marie Schrum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schrum of Vero Beach'. Tlia ceremony was said in the First, Methodist Church with the Rev. Melton Ware ollM&Ung. Th» wedding party gathered before the altar which was banked In potted palms And studded w jth white gladioli and red rosebuds. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a suit of white wool uaocrdtae with a Juliette cap of white straw and navy blue ac- ccs.soj-le.5. She wore a white catlleya orc-hlri corsage. Mrs. Gerald DeVane was matron of honor and wore a suit of powder blue wool and accessories of brown The couple Ml following the ceremony for Joncsboro where they will reside while the groom, who is serving under a special Air Force regulation, Is permitted to return to Arkansas State College where he will obtain his degree June I. He formerly attended the University of Arkansas, MOKDAY, FEBRUARY I, 198i Osceola News By BETTVK NF.I.I, STARR Mix Guy Driver entertained the Town nnd Country Canasta Club Thursday with n seafood luncheon. Mrs. O. E. Miuuicngill and Mrs. Godfrey White were spcclnl guests, Mrs. Driver's dining table wns ovcrlntd with a sntln damask cloth and whs' cent'ercrt''with a white cyclamen. Spring flowers dolled the lli'iiif room, Mrs. Massenglll and Mrs, David Lancy were winners in the cnunsta game 1 . A tidbit tray of homemade sweets nmi Iced drinks were passed In the afternoon. Mrs. W. P. Vfilson of Duma* was a guest of her-mother, Mrs. Earl Wright auri her sister, Mrs. Roy Cox and family through the week. Coming Events Monday First Methodist Wcsleyan Service iiiild meets at 8 p.m. at'the church. St. Stephen's Episcopal Women's Auxiliary has monthly business meeting at home of Mrs. A a Shibley, 313 East Kentucky at 8 Tuesday Country Club Duplicate- Bridge League plays at club at 7:15. Mrs C. M. Smart, hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. W. J. Rodgers hostess to BWC 0 of First Baptist Church .U 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Penn, mission study teacher. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma PJil being entertained with n dessert brldge-cnnnstu at Country club at 7:30 p.m. Mrs, W. J. Bollard, hostess. Wednesday Gnrden Department of Woman's Hub has 2:30 p.m. meeting at club. Mrs. Charles Langston honoring Club 8 with luncheon-bridge. Town nnd Country Club meets with Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham hostess to Wednesday Club. CII3 Club meets with Miss Luella Barnes. Thursday Mrs. Gilbert Smythe hostess to Thursday Contract entertained by Mrs. P. D. Poster. Kibitzer Club meek with Mrs. Jim Smart. Mrs. Aubrey Conway hostess to Mid-week Club. Mrs Newton Whltis entertaining L» Nueve. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday DKd sorority has (Hnner-initin- tton at 6.MO p.m. In Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Informal dancing at Country Club nt 8 p.m. Mrs. Robert Nelson Cassidy Bits of News Parents Should Have Final Say Of TV Programs Viewed in Home Ruth Milieu Llsyu 1 Koontz of Burrlclte, who is .student at Arkansas Tech College, Russellvilte, has been nnmed to the dean's honor list for tthc fall semester. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes and Ml', and Mrs. Ira Koonce have re- ' turned from a tour of Miami. Key West and other points of Florida Interest. While there they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Payne of Tampa. Academic honors for the first semester of the present session of Columbia Military Academy, Columbia, Term., has been named, with Flippen Whiter, son of~Mr. and Mrs P. W. Whitner of Blytheville being selected to wear the scholarship badge of the academy. Appearing on the honor roll ware Manley Peln- bcrg, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Sidney Platt; Ronald Phillips, son of Mrs. Wendell Phillips; Joseph Walls, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls, nnd Stanley Zellner. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner all of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were the weekend gue.sts of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. S. Shelton. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earls, Miss Joan Earls and Jimmy Enrls were and 13-year-old Is'likely to spend over xz 1 more hours looking at' television than he spends in the classroom. That indicates that we parents should be as concerned over what television teaches our children as we are over what they arc taugnt in the classroom. For whether It be good or bad. television (j O i le source of their edu- we bring television into cation. When our homes, we bring it for the whole family; nnd It should be suited ro the whole family. We parent* can make sure it is if we are willing to make the effort o Influence the type of programs that are offered. You may recall (he tragedy »hlch recently happened whi-n a teen-age baby-sitter strangled hcd six-year- old charge, after watching a murder by strangulation on television. In commenting on the tragedy. Edward j. Meeman, editor of the Memphis Press-Scimitar, said: 1 Television should not picture the physical act of murder, especially murder In such forms as strangling, which appeals to twisted minds." And then he had a word for parents. "Parents should be heard from. They shouid Jet television stations and television chains know that they do not want "icse graphic pictures of crime. "Even more effective Is to let sponsors know. . . . True, some drnmas require the portrayal of murder, but this can be j done si that normal adults can know what has happened without the presentation of detailed pictures whfch are suggestions to warped m~ '(Is to go and do likewise." 1MHKNTS, IT'S UP TO VOO Parents should heed this artvice. nnd should make themselves heard. W VS C £v made m Cincin- {£.' ^ ™ te «' ««* ^™- nati of the television habits of cl'il- Ctanson ron^ gC 'r.^ 1C ' Bh ' N C " dren shows that the average ^iK'Srgf?^,,^^,^^ The sugar-producing island of Antigua In the West Indies hat some of the finest beaches in th« Western Hemisphere. Why Are Rectal Troubles Feared? Free Hook — Explains Many Associated Conditions Textile Fellowships Set Up \ Minor' , ^..^ ,,„. By Celanese Corporation Lmvl "" > - Kansas city 3, MO. Backache, headache, constipation, dizziness, intestinal conditions are aficn caused by Piles, Fistula or Colon Troubles. 40-page FREE BOOK explains the nature of these ailments. Write today. Thornton & Suite 172, 911 K- NEW YORK. MV-The „„.„„„.- <-o.rn. of America has announced he establishment of five fellowships for advanced textile colleges. quarters where their demands textiles at four Purpose of thc program is to pmdure trained technical piv^in- nel for careers in the textile flVrs industry. Two fellowships will he at Lowell Textile Institute Research-Foundation, Lowell, NOTICE Now you can gel daily over- nijjM trucking service to ;ill points north . . . nt llio 1-. A. Tucfccr Truck Lines In Blvtlievlltc, Luclutlc & Walnut Streets. Phone sen for prompt service. L. A. TUCKER TRUCK LINES the Hotel Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon, Mrs. Rnbbie Nierstheimer, Miss L. V Bolin. Miss Shirley Goff and Mrs. Iniogene Castel were in Memphis yesterday where they attended the production, "Holiday on Ice." Mrs. J. D. McDowell returned yesterday from Manghum, La., where she had spent a month with relatives. She was joined In Memphis by her son. John McDowell. Mrs. McDowell and sons, who accompanied her home. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Apptebaum antl Mr. and Mrs. Ru.sscll Riales were in Memphis yesterday afternoon for the show, "Holiday on Ice" at Ellis Auditorium. Jean Alice is the name which has been chosen by Mr. and Mrs. James In Memphis "Holiday on torium. yesterday to attend Ice" at Ellis Audi- Mr, and 'Mrs. Cury McFarland have as guest their son, Billy Wayne McFarland, who is attending the University of Arkansas Mr. and .Mrs. j. R. Benton of Little Rock announce the birth of their first child, a daughter. Saturday at the Bapttst Hospital in Little Rock. She has been named Lynda Jo. Mrs. Benton is the former Miss Melba Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stubblefield spent the weekend in paragonId as guests of Mrs. Stubbtefleld's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Shcarin. Mr. and Mr.s. 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