The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 11, 1952
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f PA4K POVft :_**~*t.%.t* — ..->• *- KLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor ewA Photic 44G'l Bridal Whirl Continues With Dinner Party A dinner party at Hotel Noble for whirh Mr, and Mrs. R D. Kflftard.-i. Jr., of WhiMleville u-crc Vinsi Hnd hosies> last nielil ,<?!>(ertatneri ML^S Mary Sue Crafton anrt her fiance, En*. 0. A. mncs, Jr., of Norfolk. Va., who \vtll bo married Saiurony. A faaaly p.irt.v. the pro - nuptial evpnt continued the social whirl ferine Miss Crnfton. A silver bowl from '.vhh'h extruded '.vhito simpdrfivons <inrt tulip? formed rise crnital dr.-jict) anrl at cither side Mood branched Mlver candelabra holding \vliite taper- Miss Crafton rmci Ens. Hinrs 1 places \vere designated by the fir urcs of a bride and proom A navy blue suit was by the honorrc for the event and she was prc.=.rnted a gift of slker from hrr nnd hostess. Included in the guest ]j s t ^as Mi5,s Crafton's prjuulmotJicr, Mr.s. T. M. Mnrtin of Dell nnd auni, Mrs, John Loy Bishop of AnnapMi.s. Md., who is here for the marriage. Akin-Bunch Vows Repeated In Piggott Ceremony Miss Mary Alice nunch. rtauph- (cr of Mrs. Kate Bunch of Yarbro and the late Starling Bunch became the bride of Ray Akin, fan of Mr. and Mr.s. O. H. Akin of Maiden in n 4 p.m. ceremony Saturday at Plsgotl, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Tarpley were the couple's only attendants. For her sister's marrlnce, Mrs. Tarpley chose a frock of pink chflmbray worn v/lth navy blue accessories and a Spring straw hat of pink. The bride chose a wheat tone «uit which featured a flared skirt and fitted jacket which she wore with black patent lenlher accessories. Her small wheat hat had n harmonizing velvet banding. Mr. and Mrs. Akin will be nt home In Poplar Bluff where the groom Is farming. Mrs. Ray Hall Friday night entertainer] at her home with a miscellaneous shower feting Mrs. Akin. Luncheon-Service Session Held by WMU Luncheon In the church entertaining room followed by the Hoyal Service program, "Cuba." yesterday highlighted the weekly meeting of the First Baptist Women* Missionary Union. Mrs. Ted Kins conducted (he business session following luncheon. Prayer by Mrs. \V. M. Mitchell opened the discussions and plans were made for cottage prayer meetings which will begin Mondny in preparation for the chnrch revival. Mrs. E. B. Wood.son was program leader and opening the discussions vere Mrs. Albert Enderiin, who gave Ihe devct: \1 and Mrs. C L. McWat-rs. Sr.. who led in prayer. Discussing Cuban habits a--- 1 conditions were Mrs. Hays . "i,-:m, Mrs. A. L Chnffin. ailtlM ; ".- -oil- son. The meeting of the 34 ir. ..hers closed with the slneln» of the hymn, "Stand Up for Jesus." » Mrs. Grace Caldwcll Has YWA Meeting in Home Mrs. Grace Caldwell last night was hostess Ui five membrrs. nnri two cuests of the Young Women's Association of Calvary Haplist Church for a service prosram. _Dean and Laverne West \vere the grovip's nicitj for the mocth' which opened with prayer by \'r C. S. Klrmiiu'ham. rnrticipahnc the procram. "Christ lor cul..i. were Mrs. Birminaliam. Miss Brr:i,i Fondren. Miss Bonnie Webb. Mis:. Dean \V(.=t, Miss Alice I'nrst and MKs .Jenn '.J--;rman F.-IIowim a prayer by Mrs. Cald- wcll. a .vci,i! hour \ :-, held. I'OHMI.K Ilfsmisrs M\|(K \NMM KSAIly-Mr and Mrs. J. W. under of Lilbourn. Mo., former niylhevillc residents marked tlx-ir 60th wedding annl'.wsary March 4tli at then ,,ln,u,,iK,n home at Batlervillc. Mr. and Mrs. Dader wr.e mnrrU-d ai the home of the bnde's parents. Dr. and Mr.s. I.. M A. liailcy of, Mo, and came to HlylheviJIo m mo whore .Mr. ffader was prominent in business circles. They moved to their country home In March. 1S33. Bits of News y J-^erional Raymond Holder of Helms, Mrs. H. C. Holder. Mrs. Grace Hes.harse, and Mrs rmth Sandcrfur were in Ottwell, Ind., yesterday for the funeral services of E. H. Holder who was 87 years olrl. Mrs. Walter Harrell aim daughter and Mrs. William R. Sullivan spent Sunday In East Prarie. Mo., as TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1052 of Mrs. H CiriRlzs. Lowell Marr. Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs Lowell Marr underwent surgery Saturday at St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis. His condition is reported as satisfactnry. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wicks and children of Temple. Tex . '.vere the v.eekenr! gue,st.s of Mrs, Wicks' mc- tlier, Mr.s Cora Anderson to her hnmc due to pneumonia and influenza^ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jordan and daughters and Mrs. Jorrion'.s mother. Mrs. Delia Johiison ol Dyc-rs- Diuc were Sunday quests ol M. met Mrs. E. W. Hopper. Mrs. Jordcn Presbyterian Women Meet in Circles , First Presbyterian Church women yesterday met at the church and in homes. Luncheons vert served and programs given at Ihe afternoon and evening sessions, Mr.s, A. S. Harrison and Mrs. Zal R. Harri.son were hostesses to 14 members and one guest of Circle One for a luncheon meeting at the Zal Harrison himc. Mr.s. Harvey Kldd nave the program. Twelve meml/ers and two guests of Circle Two and 18 mcmhers and two sur.f.ts of circle Three attended the luncheon meeting at the church. Mrs. C. M. Oray gave the program for Circle Two. with Mrs. Jesse M. white giving the program for Circle Three. Mrs. Quincy Alexander and Mrs, J. E. Carter were hostesses to Circle Four members at the church with Mr.s. Curtis Anderson glvinp the devotional. Mrs. Hush Hudson ~ ui« ue\ uunriai, Mrs Huzrn Hurivin Mrs. P. M. Killabrew 1 S confined B a re the program ror the 13 members and one j?ucst. Sixteen members, and three que.sts of circle Five met last nlaht at the church for the dinner party honoring Mrs. Tom Miller, who Is leaving .won for Memphis to join Mr. Miller. Mrs. C. M. Oray and ~ r '• ">• .mi" 1 !, air*. ^. .M. tirav and ami family recently moved to Uy- Mrs, j cwcl Smith directed the cve- eisb'n •% from Columbus. Ga.. to make their home while Warrant OI- Joidon is scr\'ing with the Army, Mr.s. Grady M'.CIanahan left today lor her home in Doniphan, MIL, filter h.-U'ing visited here as of Mrs. Cora Anderson. Mrs. Andersen and Mr.s. Walter Harrell niolor- •ed Mi,-.. McClanahan to her home _, ...^ ,„ ,„„,,„ , and will remain lor several days j ne:,s anrl program sessions. visit. i Mrs. Lucian Oaines wa.s hostess ning's activities. Calvary Baptist Circles Have Meetings in Homes Circles of the Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church yesterday met In homes for buii- Church Groups Have Program Session 111 '"™" y'Graay. | favors of South Am-rlcan wood I "' . „ Mrs. Albert Tnj'lnr enlorlainrd I"" which were lianrl painted or Salurcln - v II members and two guests of the j chlds were Riven by Mrs. Bnrham. Mr. and Mrs. 5, U. may announced the birth ol their first child, a dauchler, Thursday at Walls Hospital. She has been named Vicky ,Jnyce. Mrs. Bray is the former Miss Barbara Joyce Whittle. Mr*. John Loy Bishop arrived yeMerday from her home in An,,! napolis, Md., to lie the guest of her mother, Mrs. T, P. Martin. She came especially for the marriage ot her niece, Miss Mary Sue Crafton, to cisht members and three guests of Circle Two. Mr.s. F. E. Austin, distinction, upper two Gosnell School Honor Roll Announced by Principal Floyd E. frby, principal of Gosnell High School today announced Ihe honor roll for the school and named students of those attaining the per cent of each class. Honor roll students were: seventh srade—LeRoy Pearson, Carl Hester Warren, Loyd McCormick, Ko- berta Tie water and Joan Howard. Eighth grade—Barbara Bcvill, I.eon Sanford. Mildred Austin, Jen- I ny Vee Glllenlinc, Oletus DUKS. : Marion Drnne, Wanda Whittle and W. M. Southard. Ninth grade—Sammie We.-t. Tenth grade — Roy Lee MrKav, Larry Coggln, Donald Hyde. J, R. Tatc. Louise Smith and Barbara Potter, Eleventh grade— Marlent Donner. Frances Cotton, Oay rfcMillm. j Hilda Lee, Jeanie Lucius. Pauline j Lee and Charles williford. j Twelfth grade—Rachel Roberts, i Bonnie Roberts, Bobbie Springfi 1 . Betty Cooper. James Lucius and 1 Howard Maxwell. Students of distinction arc Roy j Lynn Via, eighth grade; Mary Han- noford, ninth grade; Earnest Allen, tenth grade; Geneva iff. eleventh jjrarie and Katherine Hotfaetcr. twolveth grade, ['atricia Johnson of the seventh grade wa.s named the best student for the fourth six weeks of school. Mrs. David M. Barton Honored at Family Parly Mrs. David M. Barton of Catnm, Mo., was guest of honor Sunday when her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W, M Burns, entertained with a family dinner party jit their home ir.iirkitlf her b'rlMs.v. Guests included Mr. and Mr.s. •Jack O'Xcefe and daughter, Da- ruin, of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Barton am! dau/hwr, Kay. Kay snd Darin remained for a week's vijii with their grandpar- enrrs. Albert Fail-field Speaks At Band Mothers Session Albert FalrfteW. Blytheville High School student, last nisht reported 1 on the meeting of the All-Stnte Band in Conway recently to mem- ! Coming Events Tuesday Duplicate Bridi'c League plays at, Ccrnntry Club at 1:15 p.m. East Side Garden Club lias 1:30 p.m. meeting at Lnke S'reet Meth- criist Church. .Mrs Lee Stiles hos- tr?s. Mrs. B. A. iiues.'program leader. Wednesday Kcttonlan Chapter of Delphian Society hai 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 ym. Itmrlioon meeting at home of Mrs. K. H. Houchins. Mr.--. W. H. O'Kcefe hostess to CIIJ c;:ib TOV.-JI and Country Club meets with Mrs. R. C, Rose. also Is reported improved. George Stanford, r.on of Mr. ana Mrs. T. L. Sianford and a student at ArkanMis Srnrp college, visited here over the v.-eckemi. Nfeniphis visitors sunfias". accompanying Mrs A. B. Ro7?lfe n Meth- odlat Hospital there, une Mr. nnd Mrs. John Ford, Mr. Rw.'Mp, Mr. ant! Mrs. Lester Sirveus, and Mr. and Mrs. fiusFrll IVixrn. Mrs. Donna Wuntierluh anrl son of Blytheville were the weeic'ild quests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C Conke. Mrs. Eli7abrth Sillinun, Mrs, Sum Bowen, Mrs. Royiil I.nn^-cl'in, Mrs. Ri:.ssell Bowen, all of Uri'na, and Ml.'. R. f). Menrs and Mrs. Louis Oeorge of Osceola were cn-tinste.sses at a 12-tab!e (lc.--e:t b:iciL-e at the Rustic Inn In Blyiheville K-iturday. The playing rooms \\=-re (iecatated in a spring flom! pattern of jonquils and white hride.-breath. Brid^ l prixe winners included Mrs. Chnrleij Wiygu], Mrs. W. o. Mawn, and Mrs. Bert Lewis nf o.--ceola. and brirlgo prize winner was Mrs. Jamc3 Farris or o.;ceola. A pressing pad made from a folded bath towel will help you to Iron sleeves without creases. Read Courier News classified Ads. Mrs-ToVB^nand'«£» ^ ^ "< »»*«! '< £• . iam Faith Group nt her home tor the | Social hours followed the ad session which was directed by Mr.s. Russell Hays. Mrs. James Rainwater anrt her mother, Mrs. R. A. Rozzell of Little Rock were guests. Mrs. M. Fit^-slmmons directed the program. "Paraguay Speaking." assisted by Mr.s. Hays, Mrs. James Terry nnd Mrs. Eric Whitlcy. Mrs. J. C. Ellis gave the worship portion. "Heady Like Peter and Paul.". Mrs. Frank Brown wns hostess at her Steele, Mo., home to the Hope Group and two guests, Mr.s. chct Brown and the Rev. James Rainwater. Repenting of the Lord's prayer opened the meeting which was led hy Mrs. Jnhn MeHnney, £rmip leader. A business session followed in which visiting cards were distributed. Mrs. Georse llarlwm wn.s leader for Hie pronram, "SjinllldhUlDf t.nlin America" which had two book reviews, "He Wears Orchids" by Elizabeth Merrlth Lee. reviewed by the Rev. Afr, Bnlrmvifer. and "A Ornnd- mother Drives South" by C. Jordon Henley, reviewed" by Mrs. Frank Brown. Assisting Mrs. Barham were Mrs V. O. Miller, Mrs. M. T. Moon, Mrs. . . Lee Mason, Mr.s. R. Mrs. Mcllaney. , . M. Deck anrt Journment. Promised Guests Attend WSCS Session Five members of Ihe Promised Land Methodist Womens Soclc'.y of Chrl.stlnn Service met last night with 15 members ot the Lake Street Methodist WSCS for the monthly prosram session. Mr.s, W. L. Green conducted th» meeting and Mrs. George Stllwell and MM. c. M. Baxter were named delcjrales lo the North Arkansas annual .WSCS conference to be held In North 1,11 tic Roc-k March 25 Mrs. Gcorce McOiiehey led the program which niicnnl with praver by Mrs. c. T, Shamlln. Group slnemK and scripture reading hy Mrs, Cicorce Shanks preceded the dl.icusflons by Mrs. J. c. Davis nnd Mrs. Harold Medlin. Silent prayer by the group while Mrs. Slmmlln rcart scripture portions followed and Mrs. Baxter Rave tha responsive reading. Mrs. Don iviz. Mrs. Allen Van Winkle anrl Mrs. H. E. LaShot were liosUissos.rjfer the social hour following fwswTikh they had cllosen a St. Patrick's. Day theme. Favors iv^ MrMinciv f * uiuj.j ! M'r.s M Chet C 'Brown B ave the wor- tre'Ten '° ^ "^^ ™ iW . .. Montgomery were the circle's guests. Mrs. S. D. McGee conducted the business session and the program was directed by Mrs. Ann Geurin and opened with a devotional by Mis, Jack Atlaway. Participating in the discussions were Mrs. S, E. Smothers. Mrs. Vtrnon Boyd nnd Mrs. Gaines. Mrs. Boyd had the closing prayer. Mr.s. R. A. Ro/zcll o( Little Rock Six members and two guests of is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Circle Six met at, the home of Mrs, James Rainwater, and the Rev. Mark Anderson. Mrs. Jimmy Gflr- Ralnwntor this week. ner and Mrs. Murr3' Hudson were Mrs. Roy Craycralt of Hamilton,l the guests. Prayer by Mrs. Cara O., is the houseguest of her par-1 Pruitt, who also gave the devotion- -nt.s. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Phillips., ol, preceded the business session led .Mr.s. Craycraft has arrived to ae company her daughters, Nancy nnrl by Mrs. Larry Byrum. Program participants Sara, who had been spending a Euln. Lewis, Mrs. Alt Jones and month here while their mother un- Mrs. Tom Smalley. Prayer by Mrs derwent major surgery, home. W. A. Moody Is reported In a much Improved condition at his home where he has been removed after having been a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital for two weeks. In Joneshoro today for the Northeast Arkansas ^District Vnr,al Festival at Arkansas State College are these Glee Club mothers nnd faculty members: Mrs. Byron Nail. Mrs. R. l,. Mitchell, Mrs. Hu?h Whit.sltt, Mrs. H. C. Blankcnship, Mrs. B. O. Black, Mrs. Harold Surt- bury, Mr.s. T. I. Seay. Mrs. Fred Bran. Mrs. Richard Cary. Mrs. Phillip Fret. Mrs R. V. Mallciry. Mrs. E. L. Crinnp. Mrs. Jess Hornrr, Mr.s. Freeman Huey. Mrs. W. O. Penney. Mrs. F. E, Scott. Mrs nay Hall. Mrs. Burley Slayton. Miss Virginia Rowen. Mrs. Mnrgnrct Bell. Mrs. Harry Brooks, Jr., Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, Mrs. John Lane. Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mrs. Nelson Decker. Mrs. VV. K. Golden, Mrs. pete Boney. Mrs. Marcus Games. Mrs. K. M. Larkln and Mrs, Sam Owens. Miss Be mice Overman Hostess to Baptist Circle iliss Bernice Overman wa.s hra- s to six members of Trinity Baptist Church Circle One last night at her home for a mission study. Prayer hy Mrs. Irene Prichard lollnweri repeating of the watchword, Overman led «hc study discussions and adjourned the meeting wi r h a prayer. A sncial hour followed. "MEET THE MASTERS" The World's finest n\u$ic performed by the World's gretitett artists prcsr.n ttd by Chas. S. Lemons Furniture Station W.MCT Spring Beauty for P re-Teens Hi - SCOOPS' Sl'iES 8-l-t Ours Alone In Hlythcvillo Whitsitt's LaBelle Shop were Mrs. and Lewis adjourned the session.' Social houi ments. > followed the adjourn- LUXOR A NEWS! By MUS. G. C. DRIVER monthly session last night at the high school. Albert Is one of the three boy.s selected from, the Blytheville Band to bo a member of the All-State Band. He played a tape recording cf the band's final fierformauce; Saturday night in Conway. In the brief business session following, Mrs. Coady Eaton, president, led the discussions and It was decided that the annual band banquet would be held May 16. Mrs. W. L. Moxley. Mrs. Ray Hall and Mrs. L. E. Baker were named in charge of arrangements and decorations. Family Reunion Held At T. L. Peterson Home The home of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Peterson was the setting Sunday for n Garrett and Burris, family reunion. Guests of honor for the lamily party were Mr. and Mrs. Bill May. Mrs. Krina chandler anri daughter, Mrs. Irene Chandler and Mrs. Elsie Greenwood of Lodi, Calif. Luncheon VK served the 5'J guests buffet. Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Bo?an left Saturday for Alexandria, La., where they will be guests of the Grand Council of Royal nnd Select Masters of that state. Before returning home, the couple will visit friends in Fort Smith and Little Rock. Mrs. Maxinc Mcllaney and son. Tommy, of Memphis were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Long have as their hcmseeuests their rtaii?hl»r. Mrs, Mack Bennett, and children, of Flint, Mich., for several days. R. N. Forbes, a patient in Walls Hospital In Blytheville since Saturday, is reported improved. T. D. Wilkins. n patient in Memphis Baptist Hospital since Friday. At the Hospitals Rlylhrvltle Hospital Dismissed: Cnarles Clenney. steele. Arlene Pierceson, Hermondale. Ours Alone In Blytheville.... Woven chambray coatdress 14 95 IJrcssmakcr tucked ',-vJv'Mi and frosted with white ""s. i '" \ , — this soft, bcautifnlly- (/ i l .' m.ufo coatdrrss by r^/ Nelly Don, The fabric ' i is fine \\ovcn chambray, / one of this season's • ; smartest cottons Blue, ; rose, grey, red, aqua with white embroidery and crochet bultotis. fine cosmetics For you want the finest In cosmetics, consult Paulean for Luziers' personalized beauty service, [n Blytheville, come to' Pauleon's BKAUTV SHOP . 152J Ilcarn — Phone 2869 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Oc Si 30« At All Times TUBS.-WED. Pal Nites 2 For Price of One HAYDEN FLINDFORS i MITCHHL Oiitfeiri ti ma Q.M.T Fai' ~\T"^ 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 6598 1 Box Office Opens at 1 :45 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. ! 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