The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 12, 1952
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BLYTIfEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ^Society, Atetad; Jane Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Miss Esfes Plans Spring Marriage To Memphian Mr. and Mrs. Tim H. Estes are today announcing the eiigngr-mnnt and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Jacqueline Estes of Memphis and IHythevillc to Jesse Hunter Land of Memphis, son of Mr. and Mrs.' R, A, Land. Sr.. of Memphis. Miss Estes is a graduate of Tily- thevillc High School where she was a member of the Glee Club. Ara- pello Choir and Oarden Club, She formerly was employed at W. L. Walker Insurance Agency and is now connected wtih Hobson-Kcrncs Sales and Insurance Co., of Memphis. Mr. Land svas graduated from Memphis Technical Hifrh School and participated In extva-cuvj irular activitics. He was a member of the high school orchestra anrt the Memphis Symphony Orchestra for several years before entering the Arrny for three years duty. He h now connected with his father in the R A. Land and Sons Plumbing Co. of Memphis. An early Spring wedding is planned. TO \VKI> IN KAJiLV SPRING— Mr. anil Mrs. Tim H. Kstes today announcer! tho of tlicir tiaiiKlt- .er, Miss .Alary Jacqueline KsU-s of .Memphis and Hlytlieville, to Jesse Hunter [,nnd, son of Mr. and .Mrs. K. A. I,!ind, Sr., of Memphis. Bits of News irlostlu Bunco-Shower At Dixie Pig Honors Miss Hipp Four tables of dessert bunco ' guests last nlsht were entertained in the" Pine Room of the Dixie Pip when Mrs. Coady Eaton, Miss Rhonda Eaton. Mrs. H. C. Blanken- ' ship nnd Mrs. John Tyrone were hostesses with a pre-nuptlal party honoring Miss Maxine Hipp. Mjss Hipp will be married Sunday to Cpl. James E. W i m b e r 1 y, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. Mrs. J. T. Hipp won high score In the bnnco game, with Mrs. Wimberly winning bunco nnd Miss Hipp, low score. Spring blossoms marked the room anrt alter the game. Miss Hipp was showered with gifts of lingerie by the 20 guests. A winter white wool gaberdine frook wa* chosen by the honoree. Che wore golden accessories and pinned at her shoulder lemon ycl- )ow carnations each arranged in matching maline puffs. Mothers r,l the couple. Mrs. Hipp •Jld Mrs. Wimberly was special gueefe. Mrs. Doris Phillips loft Monday night for St. Louis In spend a week as guest, of her brother. Edivard Lee Pipkin, who is a student at Washington University. Mrs. Rodney Banister Js a patient at Walls Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harris of Wynne were overnight guests of Mr. anrt Mrs. 8. A Lynch. They had hccn here for the Group One Arkansas Bankers Convention at Hotel Notalc. Mrs. Fiena Faucoit !elt today for Memphis to visit her sister. Mrs. J. A, Pomeroy. Mrs. Faucetl, who had been visiting another sister, Mrs, E. M. Eaton, makes her home In Santa Monica, Calif. Mrs. Charles Crlgger, Jr., Is In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lock wood of Jefferson City. Mo., were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Afflick. Kdwin Leroy Hahteail arrived last nl<?ht from Norlnlk. Va., where he had been discharged from the Navy after four years duty. He was a scrond class storekeeper and \\ r a^ stationed aboard the destroyer USS Ulack. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Halstead. Miss FMith Kellosg arrived today from her home in Boston. Mass.. to lie the guest of her cousin, Mrs. C. W. Afflick. and Mr. Afflick. Mrs. : Afflick joined Miss Kellogg in : Memphis. Gosnell School PTA Names Officers; Mrs. R. L. Maxwell Is President Church Group Has Social Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Dlxon last night entertained 30 members and guests of the Cole Ridge Baptist Young Adult Training Union Class. The evening was spent in party games and officers were elected. with Horace Smart selected as president. Lottie Stockton was named secretary, ar>d R. V. Young, treasurer Aliens Dlxon was selected captain for group one and Burl Duncan for group two. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wright. Following the party game*, refreshments were served. At the Hospitals Blytlievlne Hospital Disml^^ed: Mrs. John Love, City Mrs. R. L. Mnxwell last nlpht wo.i named president of the CkiK- nell Parent Teachers A?,socla[ioti for 1952-53 In H bnsinc-s.s meeting held in the school auditorium. Others to serve with Mrs. Maxwell during the 1952-53 school year are Mrs. Ruby Crawford, vice president; Mrs. C. A. Moody, secretory find Mrs. P. E. Lucius, treasurer. Committees nlKo were appointed to serve, with Mrs- Wesley Tho- mas bnJni* namfrl chninnan of the program committee, .Slie \\'lll be assisted by Mrs. Lucius anri John c. Gamble, rvlr.s, Floyd Jrhy was named chairmnn of the refreshment committee anri will be assisted by Mrs, Marvin Past and Mrs. Curtis Bright. C. A. Moody is chairman of the hospitality committee anri will be assisted by John Lane and Lfo Jtegan. Mrs. Ruby DavLs wiU head the subscription committee. Tea in Home Honors Visitors Mrs. Harold Harris of Wynne. Mrs. w. W. CaninbclJ of Forrest C:!.y and Mrs, Ed I. McKinlcy of Little- Rock shared honors yesterday at the tea Riven by Mrs. B. A. Lynch at her West Main Street home. The honorecs had accompanied their husbands here for the annual meeting of Group One of the Arkansas Bankers Association. Wives of other conference members nnd locnl members of Blylhcville's social set active In banking circles were included in the guest list. Mrs. Charles S. Lemons and Mrs. Hurry V.'. Haines presided at thi:. tea table which held a Spring floral i study of Jonquils and gladioli.] Harmonizing bouquets marked the I reception and entertaining rooms. i\frs. Cecil Shane, Mrs. Loy Welch ind Mrs. J. Louis Cherry assisted Mrs. Lynch In entertaining. Family Dinner Marks Birthday Mrs. Crlnrr taM night \vas of honor \v)in\ Mr. and Mrs. J. C Crint-r entertained nt their home mnrkinc her birtlulay. ' A family riinnor party celchratFtl the occasion. CluAters of joutjuils formed tlie tnVile centprpiocc n n rt were placed about, the home. A pink, yellow anri \vliitr theme. was chosen for the event rmrt was DAR Chapter Meets at Hotel A St. Patrick's day motif was chosen as the theme for the luncheon meeting of the Charlevoix chapter o! the Daughters of !he American Revolution at Hotel Noble yesterday. Mrs. R. c. Rose. Mrs. 'w. T. Oberst anri Mrs. J. c. Ellis were hos- tos.scs lor the event White stock set in greenery centered the luncheon table and small shamrocks topped with bright green "iits marked the guest.?''places. The business session was directed by chapter regent Mrs. E. B. Woodson and Mrs. A. O. Little. Mrs. E. J. cure and Mrs. Wuoflson gave a report on the Ffb. 27-29 state assembly In Pine Bluff. It was announced that Mrs. George D. Pollock.. Jr.. chairman of the national magazine in the Ch.irle- chapter had been honored for the number of subscriptions sold. Mr.s. F. B, Joyner was named chairman of the yearbook committee for 1952-53 -and it was anounced that Fayetlovlllc would be the site of the I0")3 state assembly of the DAB. Mr.s. A. G. Little and Mrs. Aubrey Conway were announced as hostesses for the April 8th meeting. LOOK LOVELIER tNOXZEMA Informal Party Given in Home The Holly Street home of .Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Korner last night wns the scene of an Informal pnr- ly for 50 guests, nloomine Spring blossoms in i>a.stel tones marked the reception and entertaining rooms for the 7 p.m. affair. Dunne the evening assorted parly roods were served from a re- freshT.cnt table hoMlnir a central tiered design of vivid blooming geraniums. Inrliided In the guest list were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lockwood of Jefferson City. Mo.. houseEuosts of Mr. nnrt Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mr. anri Mrs. Ed I. McKinley of LitUe Rock. Mr. anri Mrs. Harold Harris of Wynne, J. W. Bellamy Jr.. of Pine Bluff anrl Mr. anri Mrs. L. C. B. Young of Osceola. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1952 'Scouting is Fun' Chosen Theme For Girl Scout Birthday Week SAIUXG FOil JAPAN TO MARK If OMB—Mrs. George M. Powell Bud her 13-year-okI son, Geoige Kec-k Powell, will leave San Francisco via Army transport April 4 to join Col. Powell In Osaka, Japan, to make ihcir home for approximately one and a. halt years. Mrs. Powell and 5o« vMl leave here March 13 for a Colorado visit with Col. Powell's family and a sight-.seping trip before leaving on the two-week trip to Japan. They now reside at 1X23 Walnut. Dell Baptist Circles Meet m Havclin Home Circto* of the Dell Baptist Women's Missionary Union met Monday r.icjht at the home of Mrs. Ed Hardin for the program, "Cuba for Christ." Group singing and a devotional by Mrs. Hfirdin npened the session. Mrs. Clinton Smith and Miss Martha Crockett led in prayer and Mrs. C, A. Smith directed the program. Miwi Jcyce Gill, Miss Sue McDonald. Mrs- Rfy Morgan and Mrs. A. I E. Ctilriwell, participated in the home mission.5 study. Prayer by Miss Gill preceded the social hour in which refresh men Us were served. rnprnted in the decorations. Following dinner the evening \vas spent informally. East Side Garden Club Has Business-Program The monthly meeting of the East Side Garden Club last nieht was held j nt Lake Street Methodist Church. . In the business .=pssion following the opening prayer by Mrs. A. D. Priest, the club voted to place a book on flower arranging in church m (he city library in memory of Kerson Morris. A poem was rend by Mrs. J. W. Wool»ms and the group voted that eneh meeting a member would give a demonstration on line arrangements. Mrs. B. A. Bug? spoke on dividing dahJ]<T and ranna bulbs and the art of conforming leaves to design arrangements. Mrs. Lee Stiles discussed trees that bloom and first place in the flower arrangement judging went to Mrs. Morris, with Mrs. J. W. Maloncy taking second place. Mrs. Stiles, host.ops, presented the winners with potted plants. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. McGhehey closed the meeting. Fociol helps your skin look lovelier in 10 days Have you been longing for a complexion thai wins compliments — that looks softer, Jmootlier? Then we ui£e you to try Nor/ema's Homo Beauty Routine. It w,is developed by a great skin doctor. And in clinical te-^ts, it helped 4 out of 5 women wilh problems such «s ro\i^h, dry skin and CMc-rn/tlly-causcd bk-m- ishes to Invelier-lookinp complryions. ffoxrem* unrJks Or mn/iey back! Try it for 10 days. If not delighted, return jar to Noxr.etna, Baltimore — vour money back. Tnke ntivanlage of LOOS LOVELIER OFFER today! r ; Eventngi 3. "Cr Hie Ihii ftiol jar —ie« how muth j Icvilitr il helpi your iVin Took. I Thin love money fc/ gelling ihc I GIANT 10 ox. JAR nly 89<r.,.r Al cny drug or (DtmclJc (O S * > "o/4/ v -" < * ;/ ARE SWEEPING ; . THE NATION! as seen in SEVENTEEN .ft ONR ST01> S1H)K SEUVICB Rrpsirinf - Clranini. — [Heine «2l W. Main Di \, 3s , g Miss Lucille Hubbard Entertains Baptist YWA Miss Lurille Hubbard was hostess Monday night at her home to seven members ol the Youni: Women's Association of the First Baptist Church. Prayer by Miss Maxine Overman preceded the lesson sturiy taken /rom the book, "Tangled Thread anil taught by Mrs. C. L. Evans. Annual Spring Shewing Planned at Country Club The annual showing of what's ne\v in the Spring fashion world is planned to highlight the monthly Ladles Day at. the country .Club, Friday. Mrs. Dale S. Briyus has been named chairman of the hostess committee for the 1 p.m. hmcheon- shou-ing which will be foljowcd by bridge and cana-sta. Molly and Melillda Guard, daughters of Dr. and Mrs James O. Guard, will open the show with original frocks from the LnBelle Shop. Appearing In original models, frcm The whitsitt Shop will be Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs. Joe Necley, Mrs.- R. M. Logan. .Yin. George G. Hubbard. Jr., Mrs. P. D. Foster, Mrs. E. M. Terry. Jr., ML«s Nancy Holland. Mrs. Weldon T. Rainwater, Mrs. I. E. Coleman. Mrs. Newton Whitis. Miss Maxine Hill, Mrs. C. C. Lansstno of Blytheville and Mrs. B. N. Nelson of Wilson. Suits, dresses and coate from leading fashion houses about the country will he shown "Scoutin? Is Fun" Is the theme which has been chosen for the 1952 Blyllieville Girl Scouts' celebration of "Birthday Week". 4Cth anniversary of Girl Scouting in the United States. Sunday, the Girl Scout.! snd their leaders will be guests at First Christian Church services and will sing their traditional, "Hymn of .Scouting." Mrs. Glenn L.idd, chairman of the Lone Troop Association, and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, vice chairman of the Iccal group, will be at the Elm Street school on Wednesday to discuss Girl Scouting. The Girl Scouts and Brownies will present their annual program of folk danc- ini» and troop dramatics at the hish school auditorium Friday. March 21 at 7:30 p.m. Troops and their leaders include: Troop 12 (seven-year-old Brownies) Mrs. Leonard Johnson and Miss Mary Kay Crafton; Troop Five leight - year-old Drownies). Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, Miss Delorcs Adams and Miss Gail Whitsitt; Troop Eleven (nine-year-old Brow- niesi. Mrs. Glenn Ladd. Miss Patty Scott and Miss Janice Johnson; Lange Troop six (intermedia-.!! i, Mrs. Al Cha.ffm and Mrs. Robert Peterson; Central Troop Two lin- termediatc), Mrs. w. R. Campbell, Mrs. Jerry Cohen. Miss Donna Ded- rrian, Miss Lucille Gish; Sudbury Troop one (Intermediate), Mrs. Fred s. Saliba, Mrs. W. I. Malin; Junior High Troop Four, Mrs. Lndd, and Yarbro Brownie Troop. Mrs. William Wyatt and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson. The group working [or their Curved Bar awards is under tha direction of Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt. Mrs. nick White Is secretary of the Lone Troop Association and Mrs. Coady Eaton is treasurer. Monthly Maslerpoint Came Played by League The monthly mastcrpoint game last iii!;ht was played by the Country Club Duplicate BrlriRc Lecigue at the weekly session at the club. Mrs. S. E. Tund and Mrs. O. S. Crowell took first place in the live- table Ilowell movement. Mrs. Frank Grigsby anri Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins tied with Mrs, p. E. Black and Mrs. O. W. McCutcheon for second place honors. Mrs. p. D. Foster and P. D. Poster, Jr., won third place. ers Associations. Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz will be leader for the 8 p.m. study at the hish school Home Economics Cottage. Coming Events '& Thursday Central, Lan;;e. and Sudbury PTA has study course at Homo Economics Cottage at 8 p.m. Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church has putluck dinner at ' P. m. at home of Mrs. William Berryman. Mrs. C. M. Workman and Mrs. Henna Shc-phard, co- hostesses. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 2:30 p.m. meeting at home of ivlrs. n. F. SciH. Mrs. Jamc- Terry and Mis. Dale rises entertaining with 10 a.m. '. bridesmaids breakfast at Hotel Noble for Crafton-Hines wedding par- Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Coleman Stevens cntertain- ij? La Nueve. Thursday Club meets with Mrs A. C,. Little. GF.O Club meets with Miss Jetlve Clair Huffman •Mrs. Cecil Shane hostess to MidiA. Week Club. flf Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. a. G. Hubbard, Jr. Mrs. Bill Lambert hcstcss to TLE Club. Mrs. T. O. Huey entertaining Thursday Hook Club. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Miss Annella Humphreys and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Korris and Miss Maureen Norris entertaining at Country Club with supper party honoring Crafton-Hines party. Mrs. Hugh Wh.ltsilt will .serve as ow commentator. Hosieses will be Prayer by Miss Overman closed Mrs ; James Terry: Mrs. Newton the meeting. Whitis, Mrs. Monroe Grain. Jr.. Mrs. J. Karris McCalla. Mrs. Jerry Cohen. Mrs. R. c. AUen. Mrs. Ben Mac White. Mrs. N'eal Ge.sell, Mrs. G. O. Poetz and Mrs., A. H. McManus. Yarbro HD Club Has Business Session Ten members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club yesterday met at tlie club for the semi - monthly business session. Mrs. Paul Abbott, club president led the discuss ions. To A drcniii of a bra! Ovcr-turc... }'-'ftr Trjiirr f)c«;f*rvps l!if fahulnu* lilt i.f M,^i.i'-nfnrnr<; ()v»;r-lure* l>ta! Jlcrc'^ 'upfrt> dcsifin: diap- Mi.ii il.ut rMU-irnrlifm if>T llsltor- in^ *^pdr.itinn. an<l nntirr-cup Mii< hiistf fur vMimlorhi! <nppf>rt. I *\ •> ri\,'t I )^ f-r-tu rr'.t ni.icic to* fay ! 1 ii •• M-ir oril r rolors and f 1 ibn.-^..(,,, m 1.75 •f-t i * r-.i n.y, Clara's Shop 4 Ml \V. Alain Money in Their Jeans' Be Discussed by PTA's "Money In Their Jeans" is the opio to be discussed tomorrow light at the study course of the lememary schools Parent-Teach- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times TUKS.-WJCD. I'al Nilcs 2 For ['rice of One *>"V-': ,«E^Ji^%.':/\ ' 2 Reel Comedy & Cartoon THURS.-nU. Pal .Nik's 2 For 1'rite of One "te"^^.«•"-«•«•<>• ./£&$*\ •I'n^XV: ,-MGl'LWAl.SH.: •v-w **i * '— 3*e t ("• • 2 Keel Comedy & Carloon Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens at 1:45 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday "The Enferlainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 __ Stefey WINTERS Ear/ MEBRIU. Miefol RfNHIE ItaWYNN LAST TIMES TODAY! B XT R A ! Selected Shorts "Out of Scale" & "Touchdown TOWN" Ritx Guests to See "Phone Call from Stranger" Mr. & Mrs. Todd Harrison Air. & Mrs. C. M. Uaxtcr Thursday & Friday! 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