The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 10, 1952
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BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1952 <? >4 e>Qciefa Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Piione 4461 Barnes-Stilwell Nuptial Vows Are Exchanged Mi-ss Lottie Pearl Stilwell, daughter cf Mr. anri Mrs. George N. Stil- \vell of nl.vtheville exchanged nuptial vow* with Jesse Oriell Barnes in a noon ceremony Friday In Corinth. Miss. Mr. Barnes is the son of Mr. and p • i Mrs. J. B. Barnes of Half Moon. r '' laj H1.I1T1- Ths bride is the srandrfauKh'er of affp ill Corinth, lirCCOMI.S HIIIDK— Mis Jesse Ode]] Kanics was until her .Miss., Mi=s Lot I ip IVarl Stilwell, dmitfJiti.T of Mr. ami Mrs. Gporjje N' Stilu-ell of Hlytlievillc. home in Hlytlieville. the late Mr anri Mrs, Nathan Jackson Neil] and Mr?. William Ctnrk Stllvell and the late Mr. Stilwell of Blythevllle. Mrs. Raymond KcUvyck c.f Selmer Tenn., cousin of the groom, w^s the couple's only attendant. She chose a suit of brown wnrn with matching accessories. For her marriae:*. the bride was „,. . dressed in an ordinal Hyalt stilt J '| ft ^oupln 13 fashioned ol robin e$p blue a n ci featuring a rhinosIcne trim. Her accessories were of camellia pink., anri she wore a necklace and earring set, a gifr of the proom. Hoi' wedding flowers were pink carnations. Mrs. Barnes was B radii a ted from Blythcville High School in 1031 where she was a member ol the Ba.nd anti a chapter member ol the Future Teacher.s of America. Also B chapter member of the Rainbow- Girls in Blythcville, she is-now associated u'jfh Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. A 1049 graduate of Dell Hi^h School, Mr. Barnes was a member of the Beta Club, future Farmer. 1 ; of, . _ America and the "D" Club in which I for M guests Saturday continued : prrpentcd Miss CraUon from he served as officers. He i.s nowise pronuptial events fctlnj? Miss : hostCA-ses. connected with the Blythevlllc Canning Company. Following a brief Southern wedding trip the couple Ls now at home on Kentucky Street. Dessert Canasta Fetes Miss Hipp A def-serl canasta Friday nlqht at thf Dixie Pig for three tables nf guests honored brlrtn. elect MIfS Maxlne Hipp, who will be married March 16 to Cpl. James B. Wirn- bcrley. Miss Kathryn Martin ar.rl Mrs. Jim Berry u'ere hostesses ' fir The. pre-mipnal party. Mrs, n. E. Wimberly and Mrs. Coariy Eaton wore Bits of News if foil fy f-'erionaf Sam Sowell, who is a student at Arkansas State Collfje, and Joe Price, a student at Memphis State , College, were weekend guests of lamina Tuesday Bridge Coming Events Mr. .Monday nwc of Trinity Baptist Ch has 7:30 p.m. meeting at home Miss Bcrnice Overman. Band Mothers meet at Ihe high school at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. Chart™ Ciller, Jr.. entcr- Clnl). ,mcn I wo Ways a-Woman Stays Young: n! j5elfish Care or Sincere Spirit Junior Service Auxiliary has 10 ^ i. m. meeting at Country club, holiday guests of their parents. Mlss Maureen Hawkins, Mrs. Oriic ! . M " Rl c «'*f°rd hoste-'s to nd Mrs. Ray Price. Jimmy and Ronald Phillips. stu-| 1 dent.s at Columbia Military Acad-l, Sirtfi Warden Club has 7;30J a omy, Columbia, Tenn.. are Spring jP-nt. mrr-tinn at Lake Street Mcth- jrdist Church. Mrs. Lee SUles lios- rc'ss, Mrs. B. A. Bugg, program lead- presented white catnelias from her j ^ ar ' :i10 ft nd Mr. and Mrs. Arthur j hostess. She was dressed in a trnus-I Don SnodRrass spent the weekend! tn Jone.shoro as guests of Mr. and! Mrs. Weil Akins. They were joined: yesterday by Mrs. M L. Hawkins,! Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson and] son, Ron nit;, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brorfp and Mr, and Mrs. Ijeroy Ross and daughter, patsy to attend thp wedding of Miss Deborah Hawkins at Hotel Noble. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs is in Memphis with lamte Ri ji s Friday nmht'by '° r SI>OV "' <inys as """' °' h( * irthicanai.! ,,im. M nb"c>^^nhl£h score Barbara Smith taking second hiKh. Tor the occasion Miss Hipp was seau model of black sheer arranged over red satin. The hostesses' gift was silver. Layette Shower Given at Church Mrs. I/niis Climralrs wns shfjwprerl \ niece, Miss Elizabeth Thorne. Pvt. Tom Taylor spent thp wcek- W. Jnyreelte.s. Trl-To\vn club meets with Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr. Mrs. Max Usrey emeriainin? La! Priite. | There are two ways a woman ran stay young-looking, despite the attrition o! the year. i One way is to devote her life to taking care of herself" — by never working very hard, making a rkuat out of a beauty rout l n e. never .shouldering oth.- er people's troubles, unloading her own troubles on others, lakinq great pains in the selection of Kuth Mllletl her clothes. You meet sucn women, arid On- Duplicate Bridge i.ea«ue plays at Country chib at 1:16 p.m. | rnufe they've marie a life's work of Charlevoix Chapter of DAR has! "taking: care or themselves," (hey 1 p.m. Kmrheon meeting -in Room *!<> '°°^ remarkably young for 101 at Hotel N'nlilr. their years, Wednesday J_o"kin$ young is about all they neltonian Chapter of Delphian j «iap"8e to get out of life, or give Society has 10 a.m. meetinp at Ho-1 '° ic cnil here with Mrs. Taylor ami rel- i M Noble. " j However, there is a method of ativcs. He came especially for the; Clinp'T "D"o( PEG has 1 p.m. | staj ' inE young-looking that really of his sratidfather, G. Z. i lunc lieon meeting at home of Mrs. i ^^Vs off. Ihe 18 guests who attended the parly eiven in her honor In the en- teitainiriK rooms of the Grace Clmrch. Mrs. Carl Albilllon, Mrs, Boh i ' Petroi'kh nnrl Mrs. V/. H. Stovall, T;1 >' Im '. Saturday. Jr. were co-hoste.^rs. j A] Chronister arrived this morn- Spring blossoms dotted the rnom I"S from Fiatesville to accompany c|[i cll ' 1 > In which the evening was spent In i Mrs. Chronister and son, Gary to! Town and Country club rnec:s party names, with Mrs, Mapery Ash- I t>ieir home. Mrs. Chronister and ; w i tn Mrs. R. C. nose. more. Mrs. J. T. Smith and Mrs. I son hart been the weekend Euests of Thursday her pnrents, Mr. anti Mrs. V. Martin. H. H. Houchms. w - H. O'Kecfe esls. make friendships, and keep up with the changing times. This Is Ihe Iteal Youlllfulness Tho women who folio 1 .*- this method may end up with more wrinkles than fhe ones who stay young-looking by taking care of themselves, but this youthfuluess •A'ill be far more real, for it Is based on a youth-fulness o! the spirit. You meet women like lhat. And you immediately think "how voting they are." not just "how young they look." They are life's real v/inners. for they have lived fully and cournae- ously anri enjoyed life as they lived it. The women who dovote (heir lives to "takmc care of thein.'elvcs" usually have little tr. show for their lives, except their own unlined faces. And that, in truth, is milio a. poor showing for a lifetime of Hying. Wall and coiling brushes should j Won.c-H who follow it meet life "j,,." , Y ,, " hostess io'< P< """iseo(isly. anrt with enthusiasm.] to ,, ro">ntrfMv^ i'lhry lighten the load of others, l 5 ro "'!" clc>! >. :'nci shonMer their own responsi- j bilities. They cultivate many inter- d o- n a0 -"- dene Fisher winning After Ihp irliis had r>een presented, refreshments were served. :i_l Joint Honors Miss Mary Sue Crafton Continues To Be Honored at Bridal Events Shared at Party Joint honors were shared Salnr- rlay afternoon by Barbara Ann Col- A dessert brldpe In the Colonial fium her hostesses. Candlesticks In llor aml Arclcn Collier, children ol Room of Holie Noble anrt a drop-in : her chosen crvslal pattern also were Mr - an rt Mrs. Everett Collier w-hen '"" " " " J - - her i'hey observed their birthdays with a party for 17 guests at their home, narbara Ann was observing her eighth birthday nnd Arrien was Mary Sue Cratton. bride-elect of; IWity-nve quests railed from B | Ens. 0. A. Hlnes. Jr.. ol Norfolk, Va. i till 11 p. m. Saturday nipht at the ,|i Miss Jane Wilson and Miss Vivian J. M. Walls home to extend besl Variety Club Has Supper-Dance were hostesses to six tables : wishes to Miss Oration of dessert bridge guests for the brl- ! Mrs. Ralph Nichols and Mrs rial party Saturday afternoon. Each Walls nere hostesses fnr the eve- small table held a miniature figure i nin? and for the bridal event, had of a bride standing under an nrrh j chosen a theme of yellow and white. w - W. Booker in later serving"birth- lopped with silwr nnd n-liltc M-ett- j Party foods anrt iced drinks wero day cake and ice cream. Mary Martha dass of First Bap- hon ormg Itist Church has potluck dinner at John Storey is 111 at his home on • 7 p. m. at home of Mrs. Wi Kenwood Drive due to influenza. Bcrryman. Mrs. C. M. FIRST CHOICG OF MILLIOHS Mr. anri Mrs. Sam Landrum spent If"! Mrs. Herma the weekend in Memphis as guests hostesses. of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Mills and son. Alpha Delta Shephard, Chapter of Craffon-Hines party. Friday 'ami Mrs. Russell Fair hostess to Frl- Workinarijrtay Contract Club. Mother- , kp Modern c °-1 Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer entertaining with luncheon for Crafton- Df ' I!1 Hine.s wedding party, and oul-of- Mrs. E. c. AdkisFon is reported Duplicate Bridge Leasue In a satisfactory condition at Mem- j H'.J'f 1 Noble at 7:30 p.m. plays at marking his 10th birthday. . David Methlney and Mary Mat- Hopkins were prize winners in the party games conducted. Mrs. Collier was assisted by Mrs. j phis Baptist Hospital where underwent surgery recently. j Miss Vera Goodrich, Misr, Jettyej I Huffman. Mrs. James Rogers and cntcrtain- Mrs. Coleman Stevens iil2 La Nucve. Thursday Chib meets \vith Mrs. A. O. Little. boll clusters nntl nrranurcl forc ni\ ImtirnvLspfl altnr of white | curnatmns «nd tuherosps. Fortj' nieni(x:r<; and gttc^ts of the i In keeping with Lho bridal vhitr Variety Chib Saturday night at-• netting were the other bouquets of Sinn and at either side burned yci- tended. the monthly supper dance white snapdragons holding mlnla- low ' at the Jaycee Club, hire altars before which slood a A St. Patrick Dny theme wns [bride and groom, arranged about chosen by hosl.s nnd hostesses, Mr. I the room. and Mrs. Travis Brooks and Mr. | Mrs. Mall Monashan look hich and Mrs. Pat Chltmon for the oc-1 score in the bridge same with <«•- caslon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Jacks, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall, Jr,, were introduced as new members of the monthly club. Streamers of bright green and white decorated the chib and following the evening's dancing supper was served at mid-night. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Henderson, Mr. M'ti Mrs. Bill Hodge, Miss Joann Turner of Yazoo Olty,, and P. D. Foster, Jr. That Wonder Wrap-On served UiroviKhout the evening from a larp Inltl refreshmt-nl laMe. Giant colorful Jniuiuils Interspersed with baby breath formed the central de- Miss Crafton received In a trousseau model of yellow and gray calico, which matured, an off shoulder cinrl hip;h doing to Mrs. F. E, Utley nnd bridgo to Mrs. Robert o. McKaney. A dressmaker suit of navy blue and white was worn with matching accessories by the bride-elect, who wns presented a shoulder nrvnngp- i crandmolher rnent of white roses and tuberoses i of Dell. bodice and full skirt worn over crinoline. She was prescmed yellow and while blossoms from her hostesses. The hostesses gift for her new home was linen. Included In the guesl.s lisls of the events was Ihe honoree's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rupert Craflon and Mrs. T. F. Martin Huffman YWA Meets In Aclkisson Home The Young Women's As.wiclatinn Mrs. W, H. O'Kcefe v,cre in Mem- CEO Club meets with Miss Jettyc phis Saturday. Mr. anri Mrs. John W. Taylor' w j have as their guests. Mr. anri Mrs. 1 Robert D. Taylor and children of Cleveland, O.. Mrs. Agcie Lutes and Mrs. Bevye Yarbro of Detroit, Mich. They came especially for the funeral service of G. Z. Taylor, Satur- Clair Huffman Mrs. Cecil Shane hostess to Mid- frk Club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. G. G. Huhbard. Jr. 8 p.m. dinner party for Crafton- | Hines wedding party. Saturday Cotillion Club has 9 p in. costume dance at Hotel Noble, Dr. and Mrs. j Don Smith, Mr. and Mrs. S. E, Tune. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young anri Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker, hosts and hostesses. Miss Mary Sue Crafton becomes the bride of Ens. G. A, Hines. Jr.. ciWORLD'S LARGEST- SEIUR AT lOc I 8809 12. it Senior High PTA Meeting Is Cancelled The monthly inoetintr the ish school Parent-Teachers Association originally planned [or tomorrow afternoon nt the school hns bean canceled due to the North Arkansas Vocal Festival at Jonesboro. The group will meet April B the school. of Huffman Bnptlst Church met Thursday night, with Mrs. R. L. Adkisson for a home missions program. Mrs. Milton Dallas was In charge of the program and Ihe meeting was conducted by York. Cora May McDanlel let! the opening prayer nnd participating in the fiiscussions were Louise Capps. Beatrice Orr, Pally Hughes. Peggy Yrnk and Margaret Booth. day. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Campbell left Saturday for Natchez, Miss., for the pilerimaee. They were joined by their daughter, Miss Jeanne Mrs. Sill Lrsmbert hcstess to TI.E; in 4 n m. ceremony r.t. First Chris- Club. I tian Church. ' Mrs, T. O. Hue y entertaining Thursday Rook Club. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mi.vs Annella Humphreys anri Mr. anr| Mrs. Samuel P. Norris and Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 pm. Sunday Miss Maxine Hipp exchanges nuptial vows with Cpl. James E. Wim- Mls-s Maureen N'orm mtertaining j berly in 2 p.m. ceremony at First ; Campbell, who Is a student aToulf! 3 ' Country Club with supper party Methodist Church. Peggy ; Park Co iiegc. Gulfport, Miss. The 1 college pirls also are making this; Pilgrimage. Miss Cordelia Wilhite in a satisfactory condition at Memphis Baptist Hospital where she A covered dish supper wns served i ""rterwent »» emergency nppendeo the association and gucsUs. Bnrtaara 1 tomy Saturday afternoon. Hughes and Virginia Nebon. Mrs. Adkiwon led the closing prayer. McCulcheon-Crowell Lead Duplicate League Scores Mrs. O. W. McCutcheon nnd Mr.v O. S. Crowp||^6bk_.ilrst place honors Saturday iaiflcrnoon in the four table Htnvcirmovement played by .. the nlylheville Duplicate Bridge ° r Huffman Baptist Church met; Mrs. King's parents, the Rev. and Huffman WMU Has All Day Meeting The Women's Missionary Union Mr. anri Mrs Jack B. Atkinson anri rmlriirn of Star City wrre Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hilly Kin(> and family. Saturday Mr. anrt Mr. 1 !, Atkinson and fnmiJy and Mrs. Kins and children, Anne and Jimmy, left for Corning to be the weekend fnir.sts of Mrs. Atkinson's and al At the Hospitals niylhcvilte Hnspllat Dismissed; Tommy Yarbro, City. Mrs. Myrn McMullin. City. Walts Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Oscar WhllUnplon- Steelo. Mr."*. S. D Bray anri baby. City. Mr5. Joe Rirharri?; and bab'y, Ciry. Mrs. Gerald Tr.ivi^, Air Hasp, Mrs. C R. narton, Citv. Meeting at Hotel Noble, Mrs. Riiyrnmiri Smtth tmri Mrs. T. J. Barnns tied Mrs. w. D. Chnmblin ami Mrs. C. W. Affllck for peconrt plr\re. Mis. S. E. Tune anri Mrs- Tim Rcleson won third honor. 1 ;. .Ahwiys nllou- for thrmitrh traffic in arrancinc your room Furniture you can't- s;rt aonnrt without. ,snac- gliiE yonr nylons or dclourlng Is briefly plncccK Thursday afternoon at the church j M«. A. W. Hams. They went ester nn nil day .session and the mis- ; pocially to be with their brother. s!on program, "lliey Do Not Know."] Capt. Chester R. Hnrm. a Marine pilot, who is being tran.sferreci from Cherry Point, N. C. to El Toro, Calif. In h.nncinz kitchen curtains, he sure tbrrc is no possible danger of the curtains being blown over an ^frs 1 Rex Huphes led the morn- 3 ng Rossi on R nri p i a ye r.s we re o f- (ercrt by Mrs, Helen Hicks, and Mrs. I Tarry Lawson. Participating were Mrs. Huehe.s nnd Mrs. Jack Ad- klsson, Following (he covered dish dinner. Mrs. LflWFon gave the devotional and program participants Never crowd your fur coat into a were Mrs, R, L. Adkisson. Mrs. Bil- j rloset with othrr S'lrmenW. Han? ly Ray, ^trs. Elmer Henson. and it where the air can reach it. Mrs. Hughes. Mrs. R. L. Adktsson • - — led In the adjourning prayer. I R?ad Courier News classified Arts Soften lipstick smears on napkins \sith clyccrine before washing in soapsuds. v3rw-£3$y to ni.Ttve, a and c^rc- for is ihi- c: —with ihr vox in mosioio:ie. en pocket Pattern Nn perforated pa: 16. 18. 20: 4f>. of ^fl-inrh; \ : . \zv\ For (hi- yvi;:.:>r i COINS. youL- i.fiir, ber to. Su? B;irnc; 375 Quinry Ri By Sue Burnett -,. srnd 3(>c in ATTF.nN NVM- . Courifr \f-i>. 111. Basic FASHION for ^2 is i]jied ! with irira^ {i mnV;r \m;r i'lnUirs . anri economical <ir.-;irn> rh^t nrr \ cafv to . c r\v. Oiit. par.trni psinttd i IiiFide. 2.:i cent.-. i fine cosmetics For you u'Riit the finest in cos- medcs. consult Paulcan lor Luziers' persoilsliy^d beauty service. In Blythevillc, come to Pauleon's BKAt.'Tf SHOP Kll Horn — Phone 2«69 Easy to Arrange No Red Tape No Delay Just Quick, Friendly Service (With Up to 18 Months to Repay) at DELTA LOAN & FINANCE COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLE 321 West Ash Phone 2091 Quitting Business Sale Continues! STOCK MUST BE CLEARED Stock Regrouped Tables Revamped Still Further Reductions Await Your Selection! Never Again Will You Have the Opportunity to Buy Nationally Advertised Shoes at Give-Away Prices RNEYS Friendly SHOES Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office I'honc 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens al 1: In — Show Starls 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 TlIF, 5TOJ1V ItF \ LAST TIMES TODAY! DON'T MISS! 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