The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1952 · Page 4
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BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1952 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Joan Matheny, Wiiliam F. Joyner Exchange Vows In a 10 A, m. ceremony yesterday, Miss Joan Matheny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matheny, became the bride of William F. Joyner. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs, Fleet wood D. Joyner of Blytheville. The Rev. E C. Brov.'n offimU'ti at the ceremony performed fti his study at the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Buddy Shivers attended HA ma iron of hcmor and Mr. Joyner served as his son's best man. The nuptial VCTAS were exchanged before immediate members of the couple's families. A spring suit fashioned in an egssheJI tone worn with a matching hat and accessories of chnrn- lat« brown was chosen h-y the limit-. She carried a Bible mounted with an orchid. Mrs, Matheny, mother of the bride, chose a powder blue suit nnrl accessories of blnck. A bcice paher- dine suit worn with bi'own accessories was chosen by the 'pronrn's mother. Mrs. Joyner. Both were presented dutch iris cordages. The couple, both pradnates o[ Blytheville High school, will be at home in Memphis where Mr. Joyner is an aviation electronics technician at *the Naval Air Technical Training Center at Millington. VOWS — Mrs. William F. Joyner was until her 10 a,m. marriage yesterday Miss Joan Mntheny. .Mi*. Joy nor, who is serving with the Navy ,'it .Willmtfl'/n, Ten;)., and his liride will make Ihoir home in Memphis. Canasta Party Honors Group Calvary Baptist Circle Names Chairman Mr. 1 :. Janie Ross last ni^lit was An evening of playing canasta !n nnmpri chairman of Calvary Bap- ! an e|iterlainlnpyoom of the Rustic j nst Business \Vbmcns Circle Four) Inn last msht honored members ol | al the Rrm] - s bmlnews nlPellll( , at the Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta, Ulc homc of Mrs Jim Row _ - , Sigma Phf and their hustmnds. ' Mrs. Bill Hodge r*nd Mrs- Jack Raw) ings were hostesses for the Prayer by Mrs. Henry Berry preceded the evening's devotional given by Mrs. Jim Garner, Follow II\K ...e sorority crest was inscribed I the business dlscusslam Mrs. John-] on the tallies used In the canasta j ">' Hocott adjourned the session! game In which Jack Rawllngs Uiok wllh P™. vcr arl(1 refreshments were high score for the men nnd Joe' SCTVC() b >' the hostess. Freeman second high. Mrs. Jimmy Etnothermon van high score for the women and Mrs, Everett Peterson second high. During the evening refreshment.-; were served. Mrs. Kendall Berry Leads Delphian Discussions Mrs. Kentlall Berry this morning led the Deltonlan Chapter of the Delphian Society in the discussion. "Language and Learning." Coming Events A l the Hospitals lUylhcvlIln Hospital Mrs. J- E. Harden. City. Mr.'.. M. H. Pcrrydorp, Steele. Walls Hospital rMf-mlsKEd: Mrs. Ruby Cronier and baby. Manila. Mr.s. H- I,. Connrll. City. BID Dimlvnnt. City. Mi.s. Jack Cullons and baby. City. ng TLE Club. Friday Mrs. M, W. Kyle. Mrs. Gus Ebc-fdt Perfumes Can Create Moods Suited to Every Occasslon Spt, and Mr.s. John Haynes and son, and Mrs. Ruhel ChUders and sen of Biloxi, Miss., were weekend guest* of Mr. and Mrs. J. A- Haynes and Mr. and Mrs, Irving Alexander. Miss Barbara Dukes of Philadelphia, Pa., and Mrs. Ileulah Dukes of LonLsvUle, Ky., are the guests o! their -sister and daughter. Mrs. Charles LanR.ston. Mr. Lan^s and family. Miss DuKf.s arrived Memphis .Sunday by plane anrt was joined there by her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Langston met, thorn in Memphis and accompanied thfm to Illy thevflle. Mrs. Cal G a* sett had a.s her weekend RLiPst* her .«,on5, Cal and Jim Or sett, and MIPS Carolyn Till) of Little Rotk. All are Mmlenu at Henririx College. Conway. Mr. nnd Mr.s. J. A. Haynes. Jr., and children are sponrlins a week In niloxi. Miss., as guests o[ Sat. and Mi.<;. John Haj'nc.s. Henry fierry lias ro turned to Sherman, Tex., where }ie is employ cd aftrr spending a werk here u'lth Mrs. Berry and fnmily, Buifh Smotherrnnn, yon of Mr. and Mrs. Jimniv Kmn T h r i nujn, is confinort to his Walnut Slrr<H home due to n;iiTiips. Miss Emllv Dale Gray of Wa.sh- ifiRUin. D. C. Is vlsitlne hoif. Ml«s Gr.iy i.s a forniri Blvthrvillp Hijh Srlinol faculty mfJiihc-r. Mr.v M, C. Joyner has re turn net from a If)-flay visit In Kosriusko, Thnmastowji. Kriinb'ii-e nnc! firetm- wood. Miss. She R!FO visited wuh hor daufjhtei-. Mr.s. FV T. MrT^mnre of Helena, nnd was aecrmpanird home by her -sister, Mr.s. J.o» Thwe-ttt of Kosciusko, who will remain for a month's \ p i,sit., Earl -Snider Is ill at his home on North S!:-;th. Benjamin A. Borowsky of Manila, who i.s a freshman at the University of Illinois. Champalcn. Li amon? 120 firfit -year m^n elipiblo for membership In Phi Eta Sisma, Fcholn.s- tic honorary society. JuclKR nnd Mr.s. Roy Harper have returned to their St. Ijoiiis Jiomc I after visiting here as pitrstp nf Mr, anrl Mr.s. p. K. Black and Mi PS Betty Black, Mrs. J. D. Widnrr has been rr- movpfl lo her hnmp, 613 Parkway, from Mcmphi.s Biiptist, Hospital where slic hnrt. undergone treatment Communist Official frrs In Hong Kong History HONG KONG f£»> — This is a hoiled-down history of a Chinese Communist who "deviated and deteriorated". I Yeh Chin Ming became a Com-! munisL in 1928 and for 21 years i accepted Spartan .self-denial, After i the Herts captured Shar.ghaf in j 19-19 Yeh was made the director] of public utility of the Shanghai | Municipal People's government. fifteen months later Yeh had a i;<J-ronm hoiiFe with garden and swimming pool and two cars at all times. He sent his four sons away to .school. Recently (he Red newspaper, Liberation Dally, reported that Y*h was denounced for charging an ;3,400 rent bill lor the house to he government by listing it as a dormitory and for driving both cars o Hnnpchow and using up C5 gal- ons nf gasoline instead o( going train. He has been called on to "review ind rectify himself". Toronto, Canada, will be the fifth city in North America with an underground ' rapid transit system when its subway system Is completed. IMK SUPPER AND CAKE WALK Public Inviled. Thurs., Feb. 28, 7:30 p.m. Woman's Club on West Main. Spon.sorcrl by Rice-St IK Local .No, 598 Lad Irs, Bring a Pic To give yourself, a feeling of the mood of luncheon gniely, change your perfume, from the one you wear for "working" hours. Spray :in aura of fragrant loveliness about you through the use of ah atomizer (left), l-'or romantic moments, .select a fragrance as fern*nine as the, accessories vnu wear (rieht). Grievance Nursing Can Needlessly Ruin Day for You Your husbnnd does something you don't, like. In fact, you could sum up his attitude and behavior in such words a.s "selfish, inconslder- ] ate. unfair." You're pretty sure anybody who herml your side of the story would Wednesday Choir of First Christian Churcli entertaining at the church at R:30 ! p. m. honoring Miss Mary Sue l Crafton, bride-elect and former choir member. Thursday Phcbean Class of First BapHst _ Church has 7:30 p. m. meeting at j Meeting at Hotel Noble. Miss N?al 1 L - H - Ha >' *wroe-. | Luckett opened the 10 a.m. .se?^lon Duplicate Bridge League plays at hostesses (or 7 p.m. covered dish for three days. meeting of Past Matrons and Pa- • Mr. nnd Mrs. Kilhy Turner left tron.s Club nt Ebcrdt home. this morning for (heir home. In Stitch and Chatter Club meets Clark.sdale, Mi-*., after bfin* the with Mrs. E. S. Llmtcy. ^ « UK ? 1 M "' ™ rntr * 3 i brother. M. G. Joyner and Mrs. with the topiCj "What does Lang- Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m. uage Do?",after which Airs. AMn Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. Hardy discussed, "Some Different j B - A - T.ynch. Mrs. Winifred Wyntt! Mrs. R L. Galnes and Mr.S- W. spoke on, "Tools for Thought and M. JonU entertaining for MLss Education" and Mr.s. Mntt Monaghan discussed, "Semantics—Science of Meaning." Mrs. T. I, closed the meeting with the topic, "Personal Adjustments." Mary Sue Crafton. Mrs. Harry A, Haines hostess to Kibitzer Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mr.s. Eugene Brown, Mrs. Mclvln Halsell hostess to William and Mary College was I La ttueve Club, founded In 1653. Mrs. Herman Turner cntertaln- World Day of Prayer sponsored by Blythevllle Council of Chvirch Women at the First Presbyterian Church Rt 2:30 p- m. Coffee at C. W. Garrlgan home from 10:30 till U a. m. honoring Miss Mary Sue Cralton. Mrs, R- A. Nelson co-hostess. Friday Contract meets with Mrs. C. W. Garrlgan. Salurday Informal rlancinjj at Country Club hocfnninif -at 3 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel'Nobic: a't 1:30 p.m. Hed tlr.7,oQ ..nnmml crowning of queen and banquet. Mrs. E, M. Terry, Mrs. Edwin Robinson nnd Mrs. George Cross entertaining with 1 p. m. luncheon at Terry home honoring bride- elect, Miss Mary Sue Crnfton. Joyner. U.S. Fights Cattle Disease — The agree with you. So what arc you going to do today while he is away from If you do any of those things you will be making a serious mistake. DON'T BROOD OVER THE SITUATION The best thing you can do is to put the matter out of your mind h> concentrating on something else Tackle an interesting job, Get out and go some place where you can be with other people. Invite severa friends iu for coffee or lunch. But do something besides thinking of your grievance or talking about it. When your husband comes home talk about what you've been doing Be cheerful and friendly. Get the evening off to a good start. Chances are he'll be so gratefu he'll go out of. his way to show yot he is .sorry aixnit the whole If he doesn't and yrm feet the matter has to be discussed, wait un home? Will you tell your closest! mosphere. friend about the I Then talk about It calmly and til you'v« established a pleasant at Ruth Milletl -situation and let her matching indignation justify your own anger? quietly. Don't accuse. Just tell hirr how you feel about the matter am why. 't's a Large Family BEAUMONT, AUa. (i?) — David Magnan, wlw died here at the age of 91), left six children. 3A grandchildren and 45 great-grandchildren. He was born at St. Nicholas, Que. JASCHA HEIFETZ "MEET THE MASTERS' The Worlds finest music performed by the \FcrltTs greatest artists presented by and SAIGON, Tndo-China 0?j Mutual Security Agency United States recently dispatched i him? 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