The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 28, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLTl'HEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NE1V3 Jans Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Country Ciab Party, Reception Add to Events for Miss Crafton A luncheon-bridge at the Country Club yesterday and a reception highlighted with a surprise shower last, night at the First Christian Church vere added to the list, of events honoring Miss Mary Sue Crafton. She !s being extensively ' entertained prior to her March 15 marriage to Ens. O. A. Hines, Jr., of Norfolk, Va, Mrs. Gean Atkinson was hostess at the Country Club for tlic prc- nuptial party. Luncheon was served on the club sunporch and centering the long table to add a breath of Spring to the scene was a silver bowl filled with while snapdragons, carnations and tulips. Placecards repeated the white bridal motif. Mrs. T. P. Martin of Dell, grandmother of Miss Crafton was a luncheon yuesb with the group. Bridge was later played in the Green Room and the nil white gilt wrappings and ribbons of the prizes presented opened to reveal gifts of china, which were in keep- ing with the gift of china Miss Crafton received from her hostess. Mrs. J. E. Beasley won high score, Mrs. \V. L. Horncr, second high and Mrs. George G. Hubbard, bridgo. A suit of dark red wool worn with a matching hat was chosen by Miss Crafton, who plnuect fragrant gardenias al her shoulder. Navy blue was chosen by Mrs. Rupert Cratton, mother of the lion- Bits of News ersonal Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Myrlck announce the blrtli al their fourth child, a son, Friday night al Blytheville Hospital. He has be«n named Kicky Dcen. The other children are De-mils Lee, Gloria Jean and Leslie Wayne. Mls.s Dorothy Wood will arrive In U-inphis tonight by plane from Tulsa, Okla., to IK the houicguesl denias. Mrs. MariJn'sclVclerranVn-!? 1 Wlss vil 'lS inil1 Swearcngcn and scmble of least and beige and u 1 ^" l' aran < s - Mr. and Mrs. H. N. corsage of gardenias. ' b ' vai ' cn a™, Sr. Mhs Wood and The choir of the First Christian' M '' 53 s "' ca ' cl) een are Delta Gam- Church last night entertained with I " la " ororlt >' sisters and former 8.30 reception honoring Mlssl foommatcs at lhc University of Ar- r~- - ~">'*kw,,, jiiui*4t;i ui luc: null- ,., i f . orce. She wore a large picture hat I ^" npM .?.. i " m « ll \ of blue and also was presented par- Tul Crafton. During the evening party knnsas. Miss Swcarcngcu und M.. foods ! """ M f s ' "' N - Swearcnecn Jr. will and feed drinks were serve<l from '• joi " Mlss Wood *" Memphis and ac- the lace laid table which had while ' TO ">l 1; >nY her to Blythevillc. She is blooms arranged in greenery us its societ >' editor of the Tulsa Tribune. central design. White tapers burned at either side and during the Mrs. Belle Garner will spend this weekend in Memphis as « of her Miss Alfa Prince, William T. Young Exchange Vows in Church Ceremony THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 195J evenlng the 25 choir nn'mb-i-s tlal| S' lte r, Mrs. Blbert Bryeans and showered Miss Oration with assort-1 Mr - n 'i'cans. ed gifts. Board Meeting, Election of Officers Also Planned with Prayer Program An Executive Board meeting Is planned for 2 p.m. to precede the annual World Day of Prayer program, to be sponsored tomorrow by the Blytheville Council of Church Women nt the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Hugh Whiteltt, council president, will lead the discussions, A report will be given on the Well- Child Clinic, which the council sponsors. The nominating committee, headed by Mrs. Louis Hubener and composed of presidents of the Women's Societies of churches, participating, will make recommendations. Always A Favorite By Sue Burnett The most popular style of all— the charming shirtwaist dress assigned here expressly in half sizes. This time-saver for the shorter figure has a soil rolled collar simple gored skirt,. Pattern . No. u su is a few-rite perforated pattmv in sizes H'i 16H. 181i, 20'.il S2'i. 24'i. Size 16'V short sleeves, 3ti 4'ards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM- bcr to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Send 25 cents today for your copy of Basic FASHION '52. It shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duly n-ith economical time-saving styles. Gift pattern printed inside. 23 cents Following the World Day of prayer program, a business session in which officers will be- elected Is planned. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson Jr. |lell yesterday for England. Avk., ! i where they were called due to the | dcalh of Mrs. Anderson's grandmother, Mrs, George Ann Archer. Elizabeth Colcninn has been removed to her home. 513 Southwest Puvkway. from Walls Hospital where she underwent surgery Sunday. Miss Bsttle Burch. daughter of Airs. Krida Burch, | 5 among the 0000 ' students enrolled at St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO., tor the Spring semester. Miss liurch was graduated from Holy Angels Academy In Jonc=boro and is now enrolled in the university's School of Nursing. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Ashby and Birthday Marked With.School Party Mary Margaret Mead was seven —. ... _ „., „,,„ years old yesterday and the occa-1 children, Ruth. Ronnie and Ricky liraled with a party '«'« yesterday for Reclondo Beach, hool for members of Calif., to make their home. They slon wns celebrated will at. Central School for m the honorce's first grr,,1e . formerly resided in the Clear Birthday cake, Ice cream and Iced drinks were served and Rroup pictures made. Favors of baskets and small hats were presented the girls from their hostess, and the boys received hats and noise makers. Mary Margaret, is the daughter of Oilier Petty Officer and Mrs. James R. Mead. Chief Petty Officer Mead Is now serving with the Scabees on Guam. PEG Chapter 'D' , Meets in Home yesterday for the decoration of the luncheon (able at which members of Chapter "D" of PEO were scni- cd in the Guard home on Davis Street. Mrs. Charles S. Lemons, chapter the pre's program. "My Favorite Shrine." in which she discussed points of English historical interest. president, later meeting. Mrs. C. sented the afternoon's conducted W. Afflicfc Dogwood HD Club Mas Luncheon-Meeting A potluck luncheon yesterday at, ..... B ^ _„,, the Dogwood clubhouse preceded ! entertaining wilh 1 p. m. luncheon the semi-monthly business session at Terry home honoring b-ide- ' of the Dogwood Home Demonstra- "'•" " n Oakland lor the past few years. Coming Events Thursday Phebcan class of First Baptist Church has 1:30 p. m . meeting at L. H. Hay home. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p. m. Friday Mrs. M. W. Kyle. Mrs. Gus Ebcrdt hostesses for 7 p.m. covered dish meeting of Past Matrons and Patrons club nt Ebcrdt home. Stitch and Chatter club meets World Day of Prayer sponsored by Dlythevillo council of Church Women afthe. First Presbyterian Church at .3:30 p. in. Coffee nt C. W. Garrigan home from 10:30 till n n . m. honoring Miss Mary Sue Cratton. Mrs R A Nelson co-hostess. Friday Contract meets with Mrs C. W. aarriBim. Saturday informal dancing at Country Club bc.clnninfr at 9 p.m. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1:30 pjn. Red K"z-)o annual crowning of \ qilfen and banquet. I Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mrs. Edwin J Roliinson nnd Mrs. George Cross Mrs, William Thomas Young Canasta Club ! Is Organized Blythevillc's newest canasta club has brcn organized and last ni"ht I held Its Initial meetm" at the home | of Mrs. Hershel Garner in David! Acres. The club name iias not been selected but the group will hold semimonthly meetings. Members of the club are Mrs. Norman Hopper. Mis. Douglas Decn. Mrs. Earl Knipplc. Mrs. Travis Decn, Mrs. Lawrence Garner. Mrs. Hershel Garner and Mrs. Paul Lawrence. Mrs. Jimmy Sykes was a guest with the eroup and in the evening's games high score was won by Mrs. Paul Lawrence, wilh second" high going to Mrs. Hershel Garner. Tn an exchange of vows Sunday afternoon at the 1-lrst Presbyterian Church, Miss Alfa Prince of Blylhe- vllle became the bride of William Thomas Young of Blythevllle, son of Ihe late Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Young of Brlnkley. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mona Prince of Caruthersville. The Rev, Harvey T. Kidd officiated at Ihe 1:30 p. rn, ceremony. Miss Eenctta Brown served as maid of honor and only feminine atlendant and chose a suit of navy blue and white check. Her accessories were of black and she pinned white carnations at her shoulder. For her marriage the bride chose a suit of orchid worn with accessories of black and a corsage of red rosebuds. Joe Gross of Brlnkley acted as best man. The couple left Immediately following the ceremony on a Southern wedding (rip and will be at home at 320 West Walnut. Mrs. Young was graduated from Warden High School and is now .employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. Younff was graduated from Ilrinkley High School and the School of Mortuary Science at St. Louis nnd is connected wilh Holt Funeral Home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kinney of Drinkley were out-of-tov.-n guests. Guests Meet With Club Eight Mrs. Jess Homer and Mrs. Vcr- non Thomasson yesterday were guests with club Eight members when they met at the home of Mrs. Otto Scrape for an afternoon of playing bridge. Mrs. Strape won high score, Mrs, Homer second high and Mrs. G. O. Poeu, bridge. Refreshment.? were served. -™- d st^r. to .Utcnd the Cantor carty at a New York hotel. The population of Mexico's Lower California nearly tripled between 10W and 1950. At the Hospitals tion Club. Group .Mjiglnj followed by dr-vnuonal by Mrs. Malcolm Kooncc opened the session and preceding the roll call, which was answered by telling vegetables to be planted, Mrs. P. S. Parker led in P ra . vcr - Blylhevillc The afternoons eye opener was Dismissed 1 i vcn .X * MrSi Ira Kooncc - who * M«. I-cmmic Azbell. Cooter howed handmade flowers arrane- Walls Hospital Di.'iniis.'Cd: E!i?abeth Coleman, City elect, Mi;s Mary Sue Cratton. ed as a potted plain. The group agreed lo sponsor n community potluck sunpnr March 7. ^E^s. Gertrude Holiman, county agent gave a demonstration of making nylon Ilowens. TONIGHT! Pie Supper and Cake Walk The Public Is Invited. Tonishl at 7:30 p.m. Woman's Club on West ."Wain Ladies Kring a Piel Sponsored by RICE-ST1X LOCAL . No. 598 1 BOW L 25 Ifa. | I BOWLS 50 li. Pickard's Gro. & Mkt. 101! \V. Chickasawlia Japanese Toy* Popular In Sydney, Australia SYDNEY, Australia WV-Japanese toys have been selling so well that unless import restrictions easa tills year, the supply will not meet the demand, an importing company official said recently. One company, believed to be the only one Importing Japanese toys Into Victoria, has already had to restrict allocations. One shop manager sr.Id he had to replenish on« line three days after It appeared on the shelves. "When it comes to buy. ing people forget international dif. fercnces," he said. GRANDMA'S COT IT!-Hollyv,ood's y 0unge5t grandmother <s Ihe title claimed by pretty Patricia Bowers, right. 37- y ea?-ow"vi^ of a casting executive and molher of two. Mrs. Bowers is perchrd ..loneside movie actress Piper Laurie, for whom she is a stand-in Life Need Not Be Lonely When Children Move Their only child has recently married and gone to live a thousand miles away. They could be fiv.!<i"» i' some period in their lives, but they aren't. And the reason they aren't is because Mrs. G. started getting ready fcr this change in their lives at least ten years ago. Dining lhat time she made a real effort to broaden their iriendships and to keep their old friendships well nourished. She also made an effort to fee that she and her husband shared more interests. Then, too, s?le developed some new interests that were hers alone and, en. cou raged" her " husband to Jo the same thing. And she began Ruth Milled MSCHA HEIFETZ "MEET THE MASTERS' The If'arhfs finest music prrformed by the K'orlif s grca/cst artists presented ky l' //" '^-//'^ / x"^-* ,£- / r/" ^/,-fiiC '^/Tfasfi'/y' <_^ftff£h'<^/v.. and ' Chas. S. Lemons W.MCT — Sat. 4 p.m. The United ISates' effort to reestablish the musk- ox in its former Alaskan range is proving successful on n small scale. DOUBLE DIP Ice Cream all Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts who come in our Highway Drug Store wearing their uniforms. . . SATURDAY, MARCH 1 HllGHES-BROGDON HIGHWAY DRUG STORE Main at Division I'hone 2019 FLK.Viill, E AS A willow.,, H O Good Shoes & Hosiery ...SOFT The most marvelous shoes you've ever had on your feel. Light.. .smart.. .and wilh £ cushioned fit that's divine underfoot. Black Tie 11.95 lo entertain as much as she could manage. So today, Instead of being lonesome and bored and unhappy because there are only the two of them left al home, the G.'s are having fun. MANY INTERESTS FILL LEISURE MOMENTS They have plenty of interests lo fill their leisure time. There arc many things they enjoy together. And they have enough friends so that they still feel "needed" and important. If Mrs. G. had watted until her daughter had left home before re organizing their life, it might havi been too late. Bu then the G.'s might have be come too set in their ways lo change. It would have taken time to make new friends, and old friends, long neglected, would have gone oufof their lives. ' The time to strengthen a marriage and broaden its interests is while the children arc still at home Not after they have left. 4MMT COUGHS WICKS . ..W VAPORUB DUE TO COLDS n»t-known horn* ^ _ __ r«ifnd)r to uti |, .. ^ VAPORUB Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. • Admission 9c & 30c At All Times THURSDAY & FRIDAY PAL N1TES Two For the Price of Una ^TflHltD HUCHfS , JOHH WAYNE • ROBERT RYAN 2 Reel Comedy & Cartoon Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone fii)!)S Box Office Opens at 1 -.45 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Kveryday Television Lounge • Cry Rooms • Every Scat a Choice Scat • Smoking Logo THURSDAY & FRIDAY •EXTRA! Paramount News & Selected SUorls Father's .Are People — Ski Lark in (he Rockies Rirz Guests to See "Sailor Beware" Jlr, & Mrs. Oscar Hantaway & Family Sir. & Mrs. Jess Homer & Family COMING TO THE RITZ THE FIRST 75 DAYS rfV MARCH THIS WOMAN IS DANGEROUS with Joan Crawford and Dennis Morgan f.O.NE STAR with Clark GaMe and Ava Gardner INVITATION with VAN JOHNSON and DOROTHY McGUIRE PHONE CAM, FROM A STRANGER \vilh Gary Merrill and Shelley Winters WESTWARD THE WOMEN »'ith Robert Taylor and Denise Darcel

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