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TWO BI.TTHEVrr.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor ew& Phone 44ol |Nuptial Vows I Are Said By |j;Miss Stovall ;j; ij, 1 III a 6 p. ni. ceremony last ni;;ht |J! in the study of the First Baptist ;," Church, Miss Laura Altinln Storall, ' daughter o( Mr, and Mrs. J. H. , Stovall, exchanged nuptinl vows with Edward SVIlllam Bnitlon. Mr. Bratton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bratton of North Little Roek. Tlie Hev, E. C. Brown ofliclntrd j; nt the double ring ceremony before i] the Immediate families of the couple. Mrs. Charles Langston screed as matron of honor and only feminine [| attendant. Mrs. Langston chose a i|i dark blue wool crepe suit designed (j by Aldricli. Her accessories were of ii navy blue and she pinned garrten- ri ! ias at her shoulder, !)• For her marriage, the bride chose i-; a suit ot navy blue faille. Glit!» trrinj rhin?stones doited the wll'le 1; pique wrskll and tlie full skirt fen- lurcd small pleats. Her wrist length flovcs were of matching j>)tjue anil. she wore a close fitting navy blue ; hat. At her shoulder was pinned i a white orchid. She wore pearl drop : earrings, a gift which Ihe Broom , recently brought from Korea. • Wallace Flake of North Little :! Rock served as best mnn. HECOMIvS IJHIDK — All's. Kdu'ard William Bratton, was until lior G )).m. niarringc last nifc'lil ."Ui.s.s' Laura Alfreda Stovall. The Hev. K. C. Brown offi- ciittwl at the nuptial vow exchange in the study of the First Baptist Clim-ch. (Courier News 1'holo) Morning Party Continues Events For Miss Crafton Sixteen guests yesterday attended the informal morning party at the C. W. Garrlgan home at Half Moon, '*h[ch was another In the scries or events planned for Miss Mary Sue Crafton, bride-elect Mrs. R, A. Nelson and Mrs. Garrl- nan were co-hostesses for the pre- nuptlnl party. Pastel tone Spring flowers and gladioli marked the reception and entertaining rooms and colfee and assorted foods were nerved throughout the event from a table overlaid in crisp organdy and centered with) gladioli In shades of pink and lavender. Pink tapers stood at either side. The hostesses presented the hon- orce.. who was dressed In a sport costume ot gray wool and navy blue combination, with china in her chosen pattern. . -. Prayer yesterday was observed by the Hlylhoville Council of church women with the program "Christ Is Our Hope" nt worn with matching accessories of kA rr f ^.k. ^"hi^ mothcrs wcre present- /virs. L-. /v\. Immediately following llic cere- Worl<1 Da ? °t mony Mr. and Mrs. Bratton lett on a wedding (rip to New Orleans. Mrs. Bratton will return to Blythe- vilte to make her home until May when she will Join Mr. Sratton In North Little . Rock to make their home. The bride l.c a graduate of Ar„ morel High School and attended f Central College at North l.ltlle Rock and Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway. She Is now a faculty member of the Cooler Schools Also a graduate of Central College, North Little Rock, Mr. Bratton recently returner! from 18 months duty with the Marines In Japan. Day of Prayer Is Observed' .k. /— V. i . . ' V. i j ^ . . . ' Named Council Head Bits of News Wottfy I Dessert Bridge P Given in Home Pom pom chrysanthemums In tones of bronze and yellow held In Huffs of matching ribbons centered the small tables set In the J. Whitney Morgan, Jr., home yrster- '.toe dessert; bridge honoring rs m LA PInese and.'euestfi. • Dorothy Wood of Tuba,, Okl«.,'housegucst of'Miss Virginia JSwearengsn, Mrs. George Powell. '»nd Mrs. John s. Hudson of El Paso, Tex. houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson, were guests wltn the group. Miss Vlrglnli Swearengen wns » dessert | guest. A large bowl of the chrysanthemums completed the party setting and in the bridge game high score went to Mrs. Powell. Mrs. Everett Peterson won second high and Mrs. R. O. Fricke. bridge. Mrs. Morgan presented Mrs. Powell, who is leaving soon for Japan, with B gilt. Sensational Pair Bill DeLong left yesterday for San Diego, Calif., to begin bitsic Marine Corp training. Ben H. Green ol not Springs. who with Mrs. Grceti is visiting' . here wllh Mrs. G. rtoland Green. today returned from Memphis Dnp- tist Hospital where he had been a pallent. Claude E. Sparks, Jr., left this morning for a week's vacation in Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rlchey anrt family will leave today for Tupelo, Miss., to make their home. Mr. ajid Mrs. Nelson Garrison and daughter, Susan I.cc, of Dyersburg, arc the weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs, Thurmnn Swim and family. Mrs. Oclell gunners of Portland li tile Iwusefiiest of her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mr. Sanders will Join her here In two weeks and they will leave for a vacation at Biloxl, Miss. They will make their home hi Charleston. Miss., where Mr. Sanders will be executive vice- president of Ihe Tallarmtchie County Bank. Contract Club Guests Meet Members of the Friday Contract Club anrl two guests yesterday were entertained nt the country home of Mrs. C. W. Gnrrignn when she wns hostess for the clubs' weekly session. Mrs, Rosco Crafton nnd Mrs. Jesse M. While were the group's guests and in the afternoon's bridge gnme high score honors went to Mrs. O. o. Poetz. Mrs. White took second high score and Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr.. brirtgo. Refreshments were served. the Fir.st Presbyterian Church. In the business session directed by retiring council president. Mrs Hugh Whlt.siU, officers' reports wcre heard and in an election of officers, Mrs. C. M. Gray was named president for the 1952-53 council year. Mrs. Freeman Robinson, reported (or Mrs. Albert Taylor, Well Child Clinic chairman, that 297 children last year were treated through the clinic facilities. Mrs Gray reporter! .15 blankets were sent lor overseas relief work as n result of the World Community nay offering. Other officers to serve are Mrs W.J. FJtzhugh. first vice president; Mrs. John McHancy, treasurer and Mrs. Ocorsc Slllwcl! historian. Mrs. O. W. Dlllnhutity retained her position as secretary. Miss Sue Osment wa s program lender and solo selections were given by Mrs. J. M. Stevenson. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe served as organist The offering taken at the conclusion of the program will be used for the education of American Indians on national reservations and religious education of imlgrnnt workers. , Mrs. s. B. Tune and Mrs. Monroe Crnin. Jr.. wcre ushers for the event Com i UP Events o M.imlar Two of the prettiest (rocks you'll find—In the always-popular look- alike fashion, sleeveless and low- necked for summer coolness. Pattern No. 3275 Is a sew-rite. '• perforated pattern in sizes U. 12 13. 14, 16. IS. 20. Sl7,e 12, 4'. yards of 39-Inch, Pattern Xo. 327SC Ls a sew-rtte perforated pattern in sizes 3. 4, 5. 6, 7, B years. Size 4, 2H yards of 39-Inch. for these patterns, send 30c for Wcsleyan Sc-rvice Guild of First Methedls! ihurch has 8 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Cal Gosctt. Exrculive Board of Fir.st Presbyterian Church has 2:30 p.m. mcetInv: at the church. Wonians Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. H. B. Rrl-ardson, 628 Parkwav. Fir.st Bapllst \VMU has Season of Prayer at the church at 10:30 a.m. tcllou-cd by luncheon. Altar Society of Church of Im- mnculatc Conception Church has 2.30 p.m. nicctini; in school hall. Trinity Baptist. Circles One nnd Two luve 2:3n p.m. meeting at the church. First Baptist Chiin-h Glen.iers Class has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Pred Copeland. Mrs. Arthur Balm hostess to Friendship Cl.iss of First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. at her home. 524 N. !5th. Trinity Baptist I5WC has 7:30 p.m. meeting wuh Mrs. Murl Lowe. Turs.-lay Trinity Kaptist Circles One and Two meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Junior Hi?h School Parent Teachers Association ha.s 3 p.m. meeting at school, preceded by 2:30 p.m. Expcu'ive Board .sc.^ion. Maple Grove Cemetery Association has 2:30 meeting with Mrs. J. Mrs. M. Richey Honored at Party Twenty - two guests yesterday gathered rit the home of Mrs. A D Priest to shower Mrs. Mike Rtchey with golnR-awny gifts. Mrs. R|chey will leave soon with her family for Tupelo. Miss., to mnke their home. In the party games conducted fn the flower bedecked entertaining rooms. Mr.s. Rlchcy wns the winner with the "prize" being a suitcase, which opened to reveal gifts from the guests. The honoree was presented red rosebuds from her hostess. A dessert course wns served. Elick Thompson Claims Bride Pfc. Elick H. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge H. Thompson of ms'thevtlle claimed Miss D:>ris Ker-le of Columbia. S. C. us his bride In n. Feb. 24 ceremony at the chapel at Fort Jackson, S. C The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Keefe ol Columbia, S. c. For her marriage the bride chos? a suit of pink iraberdine worn with accessories of navy blue. She wore an orchid. Miss Patricia Keefe. sister of tlie bride, was the feminine Attendant. Pic. Thompson has served six years In the Army, wllh 21 months duty on Guam and 13 months In Korea. The couple left yesterday for Fort Jackson to make their home niter a five day visit here. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1952 Supper-Party Honors Group Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kyle and Mr. and Mrs. Ons Ertberrtt last nlflht were entertained at the Edberdt home- with a covered dinner dish party for members ot the past Matrons and Patrons. Guests with the 24 members were Mr. and Mrs. Joe van Cleve, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Damon nnd Mrs. Mary Horn. Following supper, club president. Mrs. Dan Blodgcll announced that past patrons and matrons would serve a.s officers In a March 25th meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star. Bunco was later played and Mrs. J. A. Sallba won high score with Dr. Saliba taking second high. Wilbur Wahl won the traveling prize. Mrs. H. Griggs Is Club Guest .;•% Mrs. Howard Griggs irm the only Euest with members ol the Stitch raid Chatter Club last night when Mrs. E. S. Llmley was hostess at her home tor the semi-monthly session. In the evening's party gnmcs. Mrs. Freeman Dorrls took prizes. A dessert course was served. Al the Hospitals niylhcville Huspital Dismissed: Mrs. Lewis Lester, Cooler Barbara Methlney. Dell Gregg Johnston. City . . -L * rin.ST IintiiirMV FAKTV—Marten Holder (left) and Mali- Margaret Holder, twin daughters ot Mr. and Mrs. Worth D. Holder, are shown at their "first" birthday party, which was given yesterday. Although they wcre marking their fourth year this is ihe first Feb. 29 the calendar has provided in their lives for a birthday party. (Courier News Photo) Relax, Enjoy Yourself When Delays Upset Schedule of Daily Routine "The secret of patience Is lo do something else in the meantime." Remember that when the friend who agreed to meet vou downtown for lunch at 12 sharp, isn't there when you arrive at. live minutes past. Instead of tapping your heels, watching the clock, and wearing yourself out with ycur own impatience, start doing something. Planning a menu, making out a shopping list, mentally re- cieco rating the Jiving room, or just watching people who PIM.S liutli Millet! ten a bureau drawer, or listen to your favorite recordings. But most of all. remember it when you have a Jong spell of waiting on your hands. Then is the time to get busj- with something else. You can »e patient then—for you'll be doing, not waiting. There's always something else to do in the "meantime," to make the minutes or the hours or even the. days fly by. New Liberty News for one child to cornc out. of school while the others squirm around, and you wcndor why In the world he doesn't hurry. Start a spelling-bee or see how many of the children coming out of school the kids in the car can identify. Try most anything to make you and the kids relax while yen Paul Long and M'- W;1 ' L , [served his 70th" 'birthday Oursis Remember it when you're sitting [ included Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mrs, Robert Robbins was hostess Tuesday for an nil day meeting of the Baptist Womens Missionary Union. Mrs. Elmer Homes taught the study took, "Tanslcd Thread " Mis. Shcdd Scvil! presided over the meeting. J. W. Clark- \\iis honored with a surprise birthday dinner Thursday at the home of his daughter Mrs out a spell in a waiting room. Some people make use of such time to read, strike up a conversation or j~t down a few reminders. Others i j"sl fitlzet. ! i.-trc.,, COOL—LKT THK DINNEK ,- _ KhF.r COOL—LKT THK DINNEK Snowman Party Marks First Birthday s ™,, , whra _ dinner hestivity for 4-Year-Old Twins » f mU'K^rC'ir,.^ ..Vr^r^,^'™^ !'^L'"'—•»- Atarpe figure of | ^5ofthe" t^^. ""' Club for 45 guests yesterday marked the fourth birthday of Mary Margaret and Martha Holder, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs Worth D. Holder. Balloon clusters arranged on greenery wcre placed about the Layette Gifts Given at Party Mrs. Mack Eagan, Jr., last night was showered with assorted layette gifts by the 23 guests who attended the party given in her honor at the Burly Alford home. Pink ribbons festooned the chair in which Mrs. Eagan was seated for Ihe festivities and she was presented a novelty corsage from Mrs Alfred. After the honoree's gifts had been displayed, a dessert course was served. Not the First Time, Boss Soys of Car/sen T 1 S ' . HOQUrAM[ Wash'. W) — It's not unusual for a sea captain named Carlsen to battle a storm oft Hie English consl Irying lo get to Pal- mouth A Hoqulam stevedore boss, ft-ed Hertin, 59. was reminded .if this recently during the travail of Ihe Flying Enterprise. Forty-one yearj ago, Hedin, then an 18-year-old seaman, says ne was aboard a barque which was buffeted by a hurricane in the same waters. ,The barque was the Yemer, n three-masler three weeks out of Liverpool enroute to Mobile Ala. The hurricane sheared off all her rigging, leaving only the stump of masts. The upper masts and booms rlr.igsed alongside. Ihrealcnlng to pound a hole In the side ot Ihe with Mrs. Marvin Nlllm. Mrs. J. Graham sudbury hostess lo Club Eight. Thursday Miss Jettyc Claire Huffman hosier to OEO Club. TLE Club meets with Mrs. Joe Neelpy. ) La Nueve entertained by Mrs. ' Lynn Hushes. Mrs. Alex Curtis hostess lo Kibitzer Club. Mld-Wcek Club meets with Mr.s. Harry W. Hames. Duplicate Bridse League plays nt Hotel Noble at 7:30. Friday Mrs. Jack Webb hostess to Ln I Finesse Club. I Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs. t.oyrf Wlilttafccr. EACH, In COINS, your name, ad- j O. Sudbury. dress, sizes desired, and the PAT- | Country club DapJicale Hrlrice TERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, |League plays at the cu/b at 7-15 Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chi- Tuesday Bridge Club meets with cago «, 111. Mrs. R'lvy B. Jonr-. BMio FASHION lor '53 is filled American Lepion Auxiliary has with Ideas to make your clothes 8 p.m. meeting at the Hut, budget go further—time-saving and Wednesday sconomicnl designs that arc easy to I Mrs. B. E. Jafgers entertaining sew. Gift pattern printed Inside. 25 High Two Club. cenu - I Town and Country Club meets MSCHA HEfFETZ "MEET THE MASTERS' The If ortfff jinctf mr/.sfc pr: formed by orlfTs greatest artiitt ted by the nn Chas. S. Lemons W.MCT — Saf. I p.m. Put New Life Into Your Clothes! \Viike up the looks of your wardrobe with il u H 1 i ( y (.•leaning. dry Colors are r e - f r c s li e d . . . original lines restorer). Your clothes will look like new for Spring. Our experts use penile (nil efficient solvents in cleaning, nnd c!o a fine pressing job loo. \Ve pick up ami deliver. Cnll us BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 a snowman surrounded by balloons tapped the mantel. After the honorees had opc-ned gifts froin the gue.sts the group was seated at a Join; table, which was centered" with the large figure of snowman complete with a large „-_. .- ..,..*, j,.u^vu aLJUlll, llle rt SJILnVIIlilll CUZllp room In which the afternoon was black hat, for Ice At either end of birthday cakes Or yen can be sensible nnd use the time to rend tlie evening paper, join the children in a game, slraigh- Arab Solidarity Urged ' By Chamber of Commerce BEIRUT, Lebanon (/Pi — Reduc- lion of passport and customs barriers among Arab states were ,1 , ~ ~T~. among the recommendations made i '-'naerpaid Alderman ' :ream and cake, the table stood . each holdim; four small pink candles. Miniature figures of the snowmen marked each guest's place. A special guest for the festivities was Mrs. Gladvs ' Ctevcner ofi at the concluding meeting of Mount Venion. ri!., great-eratid- I Congress of Arab Chambers of mother of the honorees. who is vis-' Cor n"iercc held in Beirut and Trip- Itinfj here during the winter °" months. The congress recommended out- Assisting Mrs. Holder clurine the "f'"'^ 0 '"'™ «/ passports nmnng afternoon were Mrs Newton Whit- mcmhcr slatos ot the Arab League, is, Mrs. Haymond Smith. Mrs. Dar-» ucUo " '" cllsloms barrie-rs was roll Swanner, Mrs. T. A. Folg=r Clark and family of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Jarrett and daughter, Peggy jean of Osccoia Mrs. Leroy Warren, Mr. and Mrs F. M. Langley, F. E. Clark, J B Clark. Mr anc! Mrs John Ford Clark snd family, and Mrs Sum Click, al! of Luxorn Mr. and Mrs. J Eim»r West-ate have returned to their home" fit Elkhart, End., after visiting here with Mrs. West«aie' sister, Mrs c D. Long, and Mr. Long. Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Williams and son. Billy, have returned from Trenton, Tenn., whore they attended the funeral of Mr. Williams' father, Thomas H. Williams, others attending were L. Bagwell and son Percy, Mr. and Mrs. John Banks' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gibson, and foil James and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ParJcington. . and Mrs A T Hays As early as 80 A. D.. oysters were exported from the Thames estuary to Home. wooden ship. A fire also kept the crew busy. The ship finally was sighted and towed into Falmoulh. "The Yemer's captain was named K. R. Carisen. TORONTO (/Pi _ Toronto's 18 aldermen are "the most exploited group of workers in the city," says Ford Brand, member of the Board of Control. He said In a recent speech that on an hourly basts the •-"•"""•" .;;• ".o^m:, uarni-rs was S 1,SDD paid annually to the alder• idMsed, with a view to abolishing mcn nverapes 37 cents an hm.r them completely as soon as this is! hour. i practicable. Delegates advocated strong ac- ' tion to curb foreign economic infiltration in the Arab world. The congress urged member governments to encourage national industries, to develop them, nnd to pr tcct .them against foreign competition. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Lislen lo KLCN al 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office I'lione 2752 _ Office IMione 0998 Box Office Opens al 1 ;.J5 — Shoiv Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday • Television f.ounge • Cry Rooms • Every Seat a Choice Seat • Smoking J.oge SATURDAY ONLY "The lady From Texas" Howard Duff • Mona Freeman • Josephine Hull Also Serial Captain Video & Cartoon Ritz Guests to See "Lady from Texas" Mr. & .Mrs. Odell Cnmplicll & family Mr. & Mrs. Amos Clifton & Family SUNDAY & MONDAY EVERY INCH A LADY t»i y0 u took at t he record! CRAWFORD MORGAN BRIAN . w»om .oSfFKY HOMES-GEWtf WORTHING WES . Paramonnf News, Cartoon & Novelty Heel Riti Guests to See "This Woman Is Dangerous" Mr. & Mrs. Hussell Gaskin Mrs. Nell 1'imght • Miss Minnie Foster Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Oc & 30c At All Times SATURDAY ONLY I Double Feature —PLUS— 7 MR, DYNAMITE' Lloyd N'nlan • Irene Harvey Also Cartoon & Serial: Pirates Harbor SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature WO DCHI W. WlLUAM BENDIX WIUIAM GJ8GAII Uime ittetifrod

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