The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1952 · Page 4
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PAGE FOITO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK. 1 ) COURIER NEWS Jane SheUon, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Gail Overton Plans May Nuptial Vow Exchange With Leon Kirk Mr. and Mrs. William R. Over- toil oT Dell today announced the betrothal of their (laughter, Miss Gail Overtoil lo Lenn Kirk, son of Mr. and Mrs, J. A- Kirk of Jcnes- boro. Miss Over ion was pratluatrct from Del! High School and attended Harding College, Searcy lor t \v o years. A member of ihe TofclH social club, ?he sc-ivt'ci as pry Md CM it, on? term. Miss Overlori Uill rrccive a Bachelor of Science aiul KiluetL- ticn degree from ArkniLsas State College ill June. She Ls now n mi'in- ber of Lhe'fftcuHy at Jcnesljoro East, Elementary School. A graduate of Hono Hieli School, Mr. Kirk is a vetci-nn of World War II having served four nnci one half years in the Navy. He Is nov: a junicr "at Arkansas Stale College and Is a member o! the varsity "A" Club. The nuptial vow.s will be exrhruig- ed May 25ih. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe Will Head 1952-53 Sudbury School PTA Miss Maxine Hipp Again Honored A miicefhmeou.s shower attended Ijy 25 tmesis at the OrjgU'oocI Club house; Monday nipin honored Miss MRXinu Hipp, who will be miuTied Sunday to Cpl. Jmnos E. Wiuibcrly. Mrs. Billy HayncK ami Miss Emma Blanchard were hostosscs for the prc-niiptinl party, which v;a.s another in in the fieri™ of evenly fct- i,' Miss Hipp. A pink nnd while sclu'iuc was u.st'ii for the evejii and the table on which Lho biicie-olcct'.s «tft.s were firrniificd held miniature figures of bftde.s dieted ij^ iorniRl KCWIIS. JDJI- lls (orjiifd the ct-Jitcr deslKn.s for the «ift nnd refreshment tables. Mrs. Cleo Pope. Mrs. Jnmcs Ve.st and Mrs. Murray McHaftcy were prize winners in the purty ^amo.s. Pink punch nnd cnke were served ftfter the honoree displayed the gift-s. For the occasion a troujic^u model of litn WHS cho.-f-n by ML [ H Hipp, who wris presented j-:t"donia.s from her lio.stc.sscs. Mrs. J- T. Hipp and Mrs. D. E Winiberly wery special Miss M.iry Hublcr, rhairniiUi of the nominating committee for sucf- bury Parent -To nchcr.s A-ssociiUion. yesterday announced 1952-53 ntii- ccrs. Mrs, Gilbert Smythe will .succeed Mrs, Vance Hender.son ns president of the group. Mrs Henderson conducted the monthly session at the school. Others serving win be: Mrs. E^m- ery Francis, vice president: Mrs. Bob Logan- secretary; Mr.s. Harold Budbury, treasurer, nnd Mrs. Milton Snow, historlnn. • In the business session, Mrs. Lin- u'cod Lewis Kiive HIP flcvotinna] and Mr.s, 13. C. Mel-can read the president's inr^Aa^e. Mr.s. PX K Pry -spoke to the group of the .school's appicTKUion for the book.* nnd record players the PTA hits purchases for the school's u.se. The April 10th meeting has been dcsjfjjintetf "F.'ither'.s Night," v/ith ;» 6-.30 ]i.m. jxitlnck supper bciny plnnncd. The Eiftrrnoon's program w«s an aridrew, "Ftonie Decorating" by Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1991 Bits of News PEO Chapter y D y Selects Officers; Mrs. E. B. Gee Named President Olflcers for PEO Chapter "13" yesterday were elected at a luncheon-meeting at the Main Street home of Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mr.s. E. B. Gee VVT.S ntvmed prcMtlenl to •ucceed Mrs. Charles Lemons. Luncheon was served the 15 members from the dining table, which was centered with a star container from which brimmed bright yellow Jonquils set in white Mrs. R. C. Rose Has Bridge Club The Town and Country Club yesterday met fit the Roselnnd home of Mrs. R. C. Rose for the weekly eession, A St. Patrick's day motif was chofeen for the occasion. Mrs. G. C. Caudill won hl?h score end Mrs. C. Modlnger took second high honors. White stock was arranged in vivid greenery and shaped ns n shnnTwk to form the refreshment tabJc centerpiece. stock. Harmonizing Spring blooms were nrrnngrd About'the homo, Officers elected to .serve with Mr.s, Gee were Mr.s. Jiunes Hoy, vico president; Mrs. R. A. Porter, recording secretary; Mrs. Monroe Crnln, Jr., corresponding secretary, Mrs. D. A. Lynch, trcfisurer; Mrs. t". A. Nelson, chaplain nnci Mrs. James C. Guard, gunrd. At the Hospitals niylhcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Ray Brinkley, Dell. Mrs. R. L. Banister, city. Easy To Sew And Wear Olson-Burns Vows Are Said Miss Peggy Burns, daughter ot Mrs. L. aunts of lilytheritle became the bride of Ftichnrd Olson of I the Navy In a 8:30 p.m. ceremony LMonday nlgrt In Osceola. He Is serv- 'ing n board Hie USS Wasp, which i-S now nt. New York. Millarn Stanford, Miss Eveyn Cummings nnd Miss Shirley Burns were the couple's attendants. Mrs. Olson attended Blytheville Schools. Mr. Olson Is the sun of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson of Austin. Minn., and will return to his ship March 14. Mrs. Olson will temporarily remain in Blytheville. 8625 26 VTJ. By Sue Burnett As cute as a button, and so simple to sew. An aoor^'o'.e school or party drp.ss [pr iwo-to-.s;xers thai features a trio of buttons on each shoulder and at the uais'linc. A cie- llght for the beginner. Pattern No. 36J5 is B -se»-r.te perforated pattern fo r f izes 2. 3. 4 5. G years. Size 3. l r i yards of 39Inch: '„ yard contrast." For this pattern, send 30c COINS, your name, address. -= § ssircd. and the PATTERN MJM- F.B to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Qu.ncy St.. Chicago 6. 111. Send 25 cents today for yo-jr copy Of Basic FASHION '52. It .shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with cconoirrcal. time-saving styles. Gill pattern 1 printed Inside. 25 cents. | Mrs. J. M. White Is Club Hostess All members of Club Eluht ve.s- tmh.v intended Ihe weekly afternoon mceimiT for which Mrs. Jesse M. White was hostess at her home. Jonquils and other Sprlne blos- nis were set about the home and topm'r.ii n table of an cntertainim: mom was a bouquet ot stock and daisies. Mix. 11. G. Part low look hish H-orc In the bridge Ramc. with Mrs. O. o. [\iei7. winning second hiph and Mrs. otto Scrape, bvidgo. Re- fre.'hmci'.ts were served. Tri-Town Club, Guests Meet Tri-Town club members and five Kue.st.s j>!nyed hrJdge Tue.-dny afternoon at the home of Mr.s. E. M. Terry. Jr.. Mrs. Jack Hale. Mrs. Jack Webb. Mrs. I. R, Colemati. Mrs. John S. Hudson and Mrs Harry A. Haines were guests with the group Mrs. Gene Teaford took hixh score In the br!d»c Karne. with Mr.s. Coleman winning second high. A de.ssert course was served Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission !)c & ,10c At All Times TlirKS.-KHl. Tat Niles'- 2 For i'ricc of One CIB Bridge Ciub Meets in Home Red Rlndiol! dccoraled the W. H. O'liecre home last night for the weekly evening of bridec lionorin« members of the. CIB Club and one guest. Ml.ss Jettye Huffman. A dessert course was served and in the bridge (?ame. Miss Vcra Goodrich won high score. ' Mrs. L-ewls Henderson, -second high and Miss Louella Barnes, brldgo. Mrs. L. Garner Entertains Club MM. E. C. EilKlniKl ut Dyorsburg L5 Hie Iwuscaucst ol hci- son, Jim England and family. Mr.s. Vance j. Ak'xniider. Jr.. and children arrived today from their Memphis home to lie the weekend ljiir.su of Mrs. Alexanders parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hus.sell Phillips. Mrs. Rodney HaniMor was removed to Memphis Baptist Hospital today to mulei-Ru llc;itmont. Mr. Hamster accompanied her to Memphis. Mrs. Gertrude McDonald of Wacnor, Okla.. hand Mrs. Leroy HolllHS of Mllskoaec, Okhl.. left ycs- ] terday for their homes after visit' inx here with Mrs. Jenny Walker. «ho is III at the homo of her daughter. Mr.s. C. O. Hodman, and Mr. Kedman. with whom .she mnkes her home. Mrs. McDonald Is Mrs. Walker's sister. Mr.s. Rollins is a niece of Mr.s. Walker's. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise '-,vc Jin Cfirulhcr.svlUc yesterriay wi-, j e j nabhi Vise sjwke at the monthly I meeting ot the Woman's Club. Ills j subject was, "Peace Amoni< Ocir- I M'lvrs With All Matlnii' '• Mrs. vise was a guest with the rliib. Mr.s. Clnirle.s Allord was in I.it- llc Rock yesterday to attend the Executive Hoard ',es:-inn of the United Daughters 10 Hie Confederacy. Seaman Apprentice Nelson O. KdeJis, who recently conipleled recruit, training at San Diego. Calif.. Is spending a 14-day leave, here v.ith Mrs. Edens and her )>arents. Mr. ami Mr.s. W. T. Shcllon. They alia arc visiting In BakcrsfTClcl. Mo., with Seatnat; Apprentice Eden's paicnl.s. Mr. and Mrs. 7,. A. Edens. H. B. Joyner underwent surgery 3 r esterday at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mr.s. Joyner is with him. Mr, and Mr.s. J, Prank TomJIn- son and children. Betty Lou v.iA Johnny arrived by plane yesterday from their home in Houston. Tex., to attend thn marriage ol Miss Mary Sue Crafton to Ens. G. A. irine.s. Jr., Saturday. In the recent slate assembly of the Daughters of tiie American ' Colonists in Little Reck. Mrs. O. W. McCutcheon was named state vice president, of the Children's Council of the DAC. Mrs. W. M. Williams wa.s Manioc! treasurer of the state assembly. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Gipson and Mrs. Georsia Gipson of St. Louis are the houseeuests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allord. Mrs. Dana Gipson Is Mrs. Alford'.s sister. The Rev. Bernard Hrarkin is in Manila this week conducting a revival meeting at the Beacham Corners Pentecostal Church of God. Keith Bilbrey Speaks to Yarbro PTA; Group Elects 1952-53 Officers Keith J. Bilbrey, county agent lor, votlonal and the play "Billy and " a •- • South End. Bartender Weston G. Bean and lerk Joseph Caruso, amateurs hemselves, reconverted > barber ™nd Comrnunily Working Together" at ;"" >mb <'« of the second and third Ihe monthly session of the Yarbro! srades, Parent-Teachers Association. In a| Others to serve lor 1952-53 are business discussion following, ofli- , Mrs. Clyde Gaine.s, vice president; cers were elected, with Mrs. Jimmy]. Mrs. John Plunked, secretary and Oil] bomg selected 1952-53 prcsi- : Mrs. Milion Bunch, treasurer. dent. I F^rst, grade mothers were hostes- Mrs. William Wyiitt K*u r e the tie- , ses for n social lioitr following. Mrs. M. Robinson Is Club Guest Lumhecn ami llridae at tile home of Mrs. W. J. Pollard yesterday entertained Wednc.sday c:l\ib members and one guesl, Mrs. Marvin Roblnscn. Clusters of Spring bloorn.s topped Ihe luncheon table, with matching bouquets being arranged about the home. Mrs. Pollard took high store In the bridge' game, with Mrs H. C. Sims, second high. Coming Events Delphians Have Hotel Meeting "Adaptation, Adjustment and I Integration" yesterday WHS discass- !ed by the Deltonlan Chapter of the j Delphian Society Bt their 10 a.m. j meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe opened t h e session with the topic, "Definition." I.Mrs. N'eal Gcsel discussed, "Theory jcf Evolution" and Mrs. Russell Hays spoke on "Adjustment." fallowing Mrs. George uillahimty's address. "Comparisons" a round table discus- fion nl "Reason and Integration" closed the meeting. Mrs. Lawrence Garner yesterday was hostess nt her home to members of the Semi-Canasta Club nnd one Knest. Mrs. T. O. Hucy. In the afternoon's canasta Raines. Mrs. Hersehell Garner M-oti high score, nnd Mrs. Earl Knipple, second high. Following the panic, the hostess served refreshment; Dinner Party Is Given In Missouri Home A family dinner party at the Hor- j ncrsville. Mo., home of Mr. and Mrs. j Robert F. Temple Sunday honored !M/SKt. and Mrs. Hubert L. Tcm- ' pie, who are leaving Tuesday for ' Camp Stonrrnnn. Calif., u-hi're Syt. Temple will be assigned to duty in the Far East Command. Sergeant and Mrs. Temple have Thursday Central. Lange. and Sudlmrv PTA lias study course nt Home Economics Cottage at 8 p.m. Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Chinch has pothick dinner at 7 p. in. at home of Mrs. William I nc-rryman. Mrs. C. M. Workman land Mrs. Henna Shephard. cu! hostesses. Duplicate lirkige League plavs at Hotel Nou.'e a! 7:M p.nr. Friday Mrs. Russell Farr hostess to Fri- dav Contract Club. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner entertaining with luncheon for Crafton- Hiues wedding party, and out-of- town quests. Ladies Day at Country club with bridge-canasta luncheon and annual Spring Fashion Showing beginning at 1 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Craftcn entertaining at Hotel Noble with 8 pm. dinner party for Crafton- Hines wedding party. Dorcas Clas.s of First Baptist. Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. C. M. Smart. 1044 Walnut Street. Saturday Cotillion Club has 3 p.m. costume dance at Hotel Noble. Dr. and Mrs. Don Smith. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill" Youni; and Mr. and Mrs, Richard Becker, hosts and hostesses. Miss Mary Site Crafton becomes the bride of Ens, G. A. nines. Jr.. in 4 p.m. ceremony at First Chris- bcen visiting relatives in Memphis and Himhes, and his brother. Charles Temple and family of Blytheville for a wrek. Included in the guests for the dinner party were Mr, and Mrs. j Cecil Nelson of Blytheville. Mrs. Charlotte Temple Curry and son. | Charles Clinton of Holland. Amateur Artist Salon Opened hy Bartender BOSTON 1,-Ft—A bartender and a hospital clerk have opened a salon shop to set up the establishment for amateur artists in Boston's tian Church, Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 pm. Sunday Miss Maxine Hipp exchanges nuptial vows with Cpl. J a nics E. Wimberly in 2 p.m. ceremony at First Methodist Church. ARE YOU A SAFE DRIVER? To be a safe driver, you have to kiimv how fast you're sn'»S- That means an accurate speedometer. I.ft us check yours. We give 1- Oay service on speedometer repair for all makes cars anil trucks. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chnsttr-riymoulli Dealer 121 E. Main Fhonc 2122 JEWEL SPARKLED Style No. 1065 Here's a chrtmbray (hat's smart in any social whirl because it adapts itself to any company, is just as smart for parties as it is for picnics. The smooth woven rhnni- bray is washable and Sanfori/cd. Hhinestone studded, quilled "V" neck, full sweeping gathered skirt, belted in Krosi»rain. Pink, lilac, aqua, brown. Sizes 7-15 9.95 THIS IS WHAT YOU SAW IN SEVENTEEN ^//tfite'W . . 2 Heel Comedy & Cartoon Deb's lovely Spring creation! Choose from Navy I Sine, lilack I'at- enl. Terrie Tan Calf, Lipstick Ked. AAA lo n. $995 n i i i I FAMILY SHOE STORE on the fringe of the theatrical <u^_ trlct, "Amateurs don't get * ch*nc* In the big museums," they explains ed. "We're going to give it to them." Ours Alone In Blytheyllle Imported pure silk shantung: dress, lustrous and crisp, stj'led with hip- span pockels, Iwo-toned ascot tie and smoky pearl buttons. Blue, brown, navy and black in sizes 10 to 18. 26 95 WHITSITT'S "Because. You Like Smart Things" Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Hox Office Phone 2752 — Office ['iione (i<!98 liox Office Opens at 1 : .15 — Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Conlinuous Showing Everyday "The Entertainment Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 Thursday & Friday! to A Greal Coutvtry for MARRYING}! 200 Ini5bdnd-hun K ry girls, seeking a future—forgetting * pose —braving untold dangers! -G-P •M presents WESTWARD THE WOMEN «* HOPE EMERSON • JOHN MC!\TIRE Ao-H-f Pifj I? Ln ARbT.S jCnNKE * j^, ^ FRAMC CAPRA (w,^>, WILLIAM A. WELLSUN • f,^^ h DORE SCHARY I'aramtnint News & Shorts: "Lovelorn Leghorn" iPhon* 2342 111111312 W. Rifz Guests to See "Wesfward the Women Mr. & Mrs. John Lum & Family Mr. & Mrs. George I.amb

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