The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 1, 1951 · Page 1
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TWO BLYTHEVrU.K, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Siielton, Society Editor Phone 4461 TO \Vi;n AUGUST 2A—Ml.-* Uonlta Slrvnknrd of Blythcville is betrothed to Wnde O, Reeves, Jr.. sun of Mr. and Mrs, Wade O, Reeves of Blythevllle. Announcement of the engagement, is mnde Lodny by the bride- elect's parcnfs, Mr. and Mrs. H. O, Slankard of Flint, Mich. Wade 0. Reeves, Jr. To Claim Miss Slankard Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Slankard of Flint, Mich.j announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Ronita Slankard of Blythcville to Wade O. Reeves, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade O. Reeves of Bly- thcville. A 10 a.<r,. ceremony, is planned for Aue. 20 at the first Baptist Church. : Thc bride-elect was graduated from BlythEvilie High School where she was u member of the DeU and Glee Clubs She roprcspnt-erl nly- theville as Duchess in the 1950 Cotton Carnival, An alumni of nlytheville High School, Mr. Reeves was a member of the Rx:ri Razoo and during his senior year served as vice president of hL« class. He attended Arkansas State College, Joncstaro. Wedding Bells Used In Party Decorations Handmade tallies adorned with silver caught wedding bells were used yesterday by the three tables of dessert br'idjje guests wlio attended the pre-nuutlal party at the E. B, Woodson home on Chickasaw- rja honoring Miss Mary Frances Gaines, bride-elect of Bill Nunnelee of Fort Smith. Mrs. Jim Smart and Mrs. Robert G.'McHaney were hostesses for the first in the series of events planned for the bride-to-be. The small tables spaced about-the entertaining room ivcre each topped with handmade wedding bells of frothy rnnline, .the' bell marking Miss Game's table was suspended over a tiny bvide doll, the bells of the other tables stood over bridesmaid dolls. Swirls of nmllnc shaped as a heart nnd completed with the miniature figure of a bride defiig- •natcd Miss Galncs' chair, Bowls filled with dainty white blooms predominated in the floral backdrop of lavender and mixed shidecl blossoms. Miss Betty Ann Hnrber was top score winner In the bride game with Miss Mary Sue Crafton winning second high and JIIss Barbara jiiona- ghan bridge. A gift arrangement of white roses shaped as n heart and studded with tiny bells was pinned to the hon- ..^ oree's trousseau model frock of | the groom, Ihe sun of Mr. and Mrs! Eugene Spencer Sisk also of Memphis, former Ulylhcvllle residents. The liev. William E. Urasoo officiated at. the single ring ceremony before the nltar banked with palms. Floor baskets of glndloll and lighted white tapers completed the setting. 1'hc program of nuptial music ivns presented by Mrs. Oracly Kcn- ncy. organist nnd Mr, Kcnney, vo- callsl, Miss Ollie Sue Hatch and Miss Charlene Graham lighted the tnp- cr.s preceding tin; entry of tbe wcd- dln? party. Each tens dressed In strcctlength frocks of frosted white orenmly. Given in nmrrtage by her father, the bride selected for her wedding costume nn afturnoon gown of white organdy worn with accessories of while mid a strand of pearls. A single pure white orchid completed her attire. Miss Dtirls Holly attended her sister as maid of honor. She select- eel a frock of heaven blue embossed organdy with which she wore yellow lilies. DeWayne Dickey served as best man, Tom Jones acted as usher. A reception followed immediately for the guests. Miss Martha stsk of Memphis and Mrs. Tcri P. Fishe: and Mrs. J. c. Gotten of Blytheville. sisters of me groom. Miss Winifred Robinson and Miss Virginia Hitt served the gtiesis. Following their return from a southern wedding trip the couple will tic nt home in Memphis where Mr. Si=k is connected with Pitney- Boivcvs Co. Mrs. Sisk wns graduated from Soutliside liiL-h School. Mr. Sisk at- tcmicd Blvthcville High Schnol and was gradur.trd from Draughon's Business College. Bits of News Mr*. Mabel Smich returned ye.s- Jwday from Detroit, Mlcl(., where she ; ha<! vacationed tor several weeks. -'Mrs. ftasic Sain of DHI te in Leachville where she is spending several days as guest of her sis- er, Mrs, J. W. Perry. Mrs. K. M. Hegenoia Is undergoing treatment at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mis. Dale H;rn left this alterr,f.on for Jack-son, Tenn,, to Ije with Mr. Horn's lather, J. W. Horn, who will undergo surgery tomorrow. Mean and Jor.n Kurls are in Memuhi, today. They went especially to allend a iall ta.shion show fll IJoiel Peabody. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jolllff have returned t-> their Home In Livingston, Tex., after vacationing here with Mr. Jolliri b sister, Mrs. john O.sljorne and Mr. O.iborne aiul his parcnus, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jal- llif. Sr.. a:id family at Manila. MLy; Barbara Jeaji Saliha left MemphL^ by plane yesterday lor uruniwTlgM and Wagner, Okla., v. ere sue will visit relatives a.id -riciHls. ohc w:is motoreii to Mem- !.-h(s by nf mother, Mrs. Jics Sa- ;iha. WEDNBSDAYAAUGUST i, Circle, Guest Have Session Mrs. L. T. Wood was a guest with Circle TMO o[ Lake Street Methodist Church Monday afternoon when the group met at >fa« church for the v/eckly session, t Prayer by Mrs. Hour ceded the business E reports on proceeds . Ice cream supper wera WILSON NEWS B> Mr. • f Mrs. Asa Porter and daughter, Linda, are spending this week with her mother, Mrs. J. j. p-ryer in Brlnkley. Mrs. J. M. Adams and daughter, (Joan, and granddaughter, Alicia, of Mrs. J. W.. MaloKey'pi'ttehtcd thelKnoxvllle, Tenn., were the guests devotional Mrs. Iverson Morris thc!°f ncr sister, Mrs. L. T. Stotts and study un "The Ministry of Christ," Mrs. Wood closed the session with pva.yer. I'ormer Resident Claims Bride in Memphis In a 3 p.m. ceremony at the Louisiana street Baptist Cliurcil In Memphis Sunday, Miss S'.minn Alone-Holly became the bride of Phillip Edward Si.sk.'former Blytheville resident. Tlio bride Is the daughter ol Mr mill Mrs. C. E. Holly of Memphis, So Wonderfully Simple 8883 36-52 _uxora HD Club Meets, in Home Mrs. Qulnton Flanagnn was hos- ess at ller home recently to eight notr.hers and one new member of :he tjixora Home Demonstration (Jluh for a. business-quiz session. Mrs, W. L. Hallna, president con- tlic session which opened devotional by NUs. Jack :Juctrd .vitli FlnnaKHll. All members pnrlieljmlccl In a Goon Citizens quiz following, A MClnl hour followed In which refreshments were served and games played. YWAs/GbiestMeet For Program A program on race relations was iircsenled last night for the 10 members and one guest, of the Young Women's Association of the First Baptist Church who met at the hb'nVot PeRKV Ollmer. Following the evening's program the hostess served refreshments. Miss Al.ct Marie ROM ha-s returned from Yp.silanu, ..iic.i., wu^re she lint) been attending school. Slie \\as accorrpiiiiied lioine by her sister. Mr.s. Clarence Jlood who wiJl remain fnr a visit. H, E, LilShot, Mrs. W. T. Shelton, Mrs. W. I,. Green, Mrs, L. E. Gay and daughter. Lou Ellen, Mrs. Ralph Beiryman, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. E:lWJU'ds, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Henderson and children, Shields Edwaids, diid Jimmy Edwards were in Cnrulhtrsville this afierncon to attend ths funeral services of Mrs. Snm Edwards, They were joined by Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson of Memphis. Mr. an<l Mr.s. H. N. Hill of New York and Baraveau, N.C., are visiting Mr. Hill's mother, Mrs. R. N. Kill. Sr., and sister, Mrs. R. E Blaylock and family. Jim Hcniy. son o( Mr. and Mrs, J Wilson Henry and John Ed Reg- cnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M Re|jenolri. have returned from Fort Monmonth. N.J., where they at- j tended summer ROTC Camp. Condition p[ Mrs. O. V. Daws. «-lio underwent surgery Monday at Memphis Baptist Hospital la reported as satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black and daughter, MLss Betty Black and Mr.s. G. W. Pyles left this nlorning Ior a vac! ion in Chicago, Charte.s Crlgger. Jr., has returned from Port Hood, Tex., where he! had attended ROTC summer training camp. Mr. and Mrs. Hibbert Bottom and daughter. Betsy of East St. Louts, II)., returned to their \home today after several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Morris. They were accompanied home by Mrs. j Hottom's mother, Mrs. Robert E. | Lee King who will remain until late fail,, returning to Blytheville for the winter months. Out-of-town residents here yesterday morning for the luneral services of Mrs. J. D. Swift were P. D. Swift, Huston. La., Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tnliafcrro of Marked Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Mrs. Johnny White hostess to Kibitwr Club. Thursday Rook n-.fr-.lf at the home of Mrs. V.' B ( Mayo. Duplicate Bridge League meets at 1:30 p.m. at Totel Noble. Friday Dorcfts Class of First Baptist. h^'ch "has business social meeting at the home of Mrs. Claude Row- arid, 1214 Holly nt 3 p.m. Mrs. J. w. Portlock, co-hostess. Shrine Club Barbecue dinner at, the Club 1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price. Mr. and Mrs. Reli Warren find Mr. and Mrs. W. H. sto- will hosts and hosl-sses. Saturday Miss Laura .-Swam becomes the ontie ol Donald M. Manners nt the Mr. Stolls, last week. Mr, and Mrs. Stotts and guests spent the weekend In Greenville, Miss., where they attended a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Stotts' and Mrs. Adams' parents Mr. ahd Mrs. Roy Womack, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Cash and family spent the week-end In St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Armstrong and children of Memphis were the week-end guests a; Mr. and Mrs. J. J Perry and family. Bruce Fflzzeli, who Is attending Peabody College in Nashville, visited friends in Wilson Friday. Mr. Friz/ell, who lives in Bradford, Ark., was a member of the Wilson High School faculty last year. Mrs. Grada Wallace and Mrs. , .• Uillard of Warden, Mo., were , me guests of Miss Norma Anderson. Sunday. *Yi'.%. Dsnald Patterson is a patient, at Campbell's clinic in Memphis. Mis.s Annie Ray Rowland re- First Presbyterian' Church'at 9^3oi tl "™ <1 from st ' Loms Tubas' At TKe Hospitali BlylheriU Dismissed: Bobby Bradshaw. Osceola Daniel Walker. City Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. III., Aug. 1. tjt>>— (USDA)— Hogs 11,000: barrows and gilts steady to 15 low- '• er; sows steady to strong, spots 25 higher; bulk choice 180-230 Ibs 23.00--40; top 23.60 for several loads mostly choice under 220 Ibs; 240270 Ibs 22.00-75; 210-300 Ibs 21.25- 2?.7o; 120-140 His 18.SO-21.00; 100110 Ibs 16.50-1825; sows 400 Ifas down 18.75-19.50; few choice 19.15; over 400 Ibs 16.75-18.50; stags 13.0015.50; boars 10.00-13.50. Cattle 2200; calves 800: good and choice steers and ii'eilers largely 32.00-35.50; utility and commercial 2600-30.00; utility and commercial cows 22,50-28.00; canners and cutters 17.00-22.50. Th« bite otf some ticks may pre. auce i peculiar tick par«)ysl» ' appears whefc the tick Is remov««. according to fthe Encyclopedia Brit arnica. ' The fushun coal deposlU near Mukden, Manchuria have the thickest bed—417 feet-of bituminous coal in the svorld. m«ntin« recul Itch are ofun t*!K Ul« ifKni of Pin-Wonn»..-»*>» firuilei (h.t medlul ««>erU »»» inf«it end out o/ Mucry thr<« p«ri «om «jt«inin«l. Entire ramilii* nujr U vicUmi .„,) not koo» It. •! To gel rid of Pia-Worma tkn, ; filkd ™ U |h "l°' *"'' b " *'""'• """ 7 th«y live and multiply*Tbl". «- ' ecUy what l*ra*'aP-W tmbleU do ... a.nd h«r«'« bow they do It: Firit-i iclentific coating «r- nes th» tablet* into the bow«]a before Ihey dissolve. Then- Jayo*** modern, medically.approved ingredient soca right to work— Jcilk Tin-Word! quickly and «»sity. Don't take chances with thii danceroui. highly cgntazious con. dition. At the Bnl «ign of Pin. Wnrras. ask JAYMI TentK, !s a guest and Mr, and Mrs. ' W. M. Amn, ' a.m. Duplicate Bridge Leegue at Hotel Noble at 1:0 pjm. Mrs. W. D. Buforcl, guests of Mr. am Mrs. J. R. McCcm- i or inst'Veek. Ti-ee, Mr, and Mrs. W. D. Buford, of Jo.^e^hcio; ncll and Miss Mary Ann McCoimell of Little Rock; Mr.s, Gnttye South- crlaud of Portagevillc; Mr. and Mr.s. E. J, BitticK of Garuthersville; Mrs. Anthony Troyana, Mrs. Kathryii Kail and Mrs. R. P. Nail, of Halls. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Deskln and daughter of Flint. Mich., former Blytheville residents are sjienriiut; llii^ week hore \vilh rctatlves. Former Blytheville residents. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Gentry and son now of Flint. Mich., nre visiting here with relative,?, night where she attended to business, Mr. and Mrs. R. 'w. Clendenin and children Wayne, Donna and Dean of Valpariaso. Ind., were the •d Mrs. *H. G. Tay- Mr. 'and Mrs. F. S. Reese left Saturday for a two weeks vacation trip to Ontario, Canada, En route they p!nn to stop at Ann Harbor. Mich., for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Martin Chanin, Mr. and Mrs. H. p. Cash and family spent last week in the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. Mrs. J. J. Bussey Is spending this week in St. Louis. Mrs. Willie Cash of Memphis is the guest of her son, D. D. Cash, and family. ^Irs. J. J. Patterson of Pinion. Try Our "Taste Treat of tht Month" FRESH PEACH Take Home a Pint Tonight! WOODS DRUG STORE Blytheville, Ark. on a ank! By Sue Burnett Here U a charming two piece frock for the more mature lignre that is softly taikred and as versatile as can be. And beautifully simple to sew with our clearly illustrated sew chart, you'll be delighted. Pattern No, 8683 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 35, 38, 45. 42. 44. 46. 48, 30, 52. Size 38, short sleeve. 4 T i yards of 30-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS your name, address, .size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- ber to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 372 W Quincy street, Chicago. 6. Ill Don't miss the Fall and' winter FASHION. H contains 48 pages of new styles, simple M make (rocks lor all ages; decorating tricks; cift patterns printed Inside the book Send 25 cents today. 15-Tab!e Mitchell Played by League I Playfnp a six table Mttcholl I movement tost tiiahl in the weekly | session of the Country Club DuplS- 1 riiio Bridge League, Mrs, El. A Lynch niicl Mrs. W. D. Chntnlilln won first place honors. Mi-s. E. B. Gcc nnd O. S. Crowell took second high, Mrs. F, E. Black and Mrs. O. W. McCutcticn, thirci tjrren voile worn with hnrmoni7lnp .ircas.sprip.s. Mrs. R. L. Galncs, mother of the I'inorce was a tea guest. Sili'cr in her chosen pattern was The hosto,sM?s' gift. DAINTI - TOTS DIAPERETTE (Something New in BlytheYille) Home Service For Your Hiihy Diapers We Do Them as, You Want Them Done NO FUSS-NO BOTHER Pick Up & Delivery Service Ws Exchange Clean for Soiled Call 2888 • Mrs. Eric Hall • 638 S. 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