The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1952 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor f ewA Phono 44G1 Nuptial Vows Are Exchanged By Couple In a March 1st ceremony nl Uio home of the Rev. P. H. jerrican, pastor of Calvary Baptist ChmvVi, Miss Jnnlfi Geneva Hastings o! BlythcviJle and Virgi) j.pe DjvJs nf the Air Corp. son of Mr. and Mr.' E. U Davis of ttlythcvllle, exchanged nuptial vows, Miss Joyce Steel nnd Miss D'jf- othy RoHteon were Hie couple's m- tendants nnd for her inarmi^ (he bride was dressed in a suit, of navy bl"o worn wiih red ncrr^.oilrs. EuRone Hat ties of H<?rmonri:ile, Mo,, was best turn. Mrs. Davis is now irmjjornrtly at home in Tllytlicville bMnrc loin- ing Mr. Davis, who is st:Hio"fd r\l homo, Woman's Club Has Session; Varied Spring Programs Are Announced Piwrnms planned for April and, preceded the Introduction of guests May yesterday were announced at! ami recj'ntly mimed "Wo/mm of the the monthly session nt the Worn- Year," Mrs. William Wyatt, who Is an's Club at the club on West Main [ a club mpinlwr, Wifllam B. Kadar will discuss Icg- Islatlon at the club's April 18 men I- IhK. w-hll» n musical leu Is planned for the May 10 session, Mrs. Tpnt announced. H was announced that l)or<nh> Diddle, lecturer, will Kpenlc the afternoon and evening or April 2r> at the club and will discuss flower ;ir- Ireef. Mrs. C. A, Tarn, president con- dueled the ^eiifral session which 1 followed nn Executive Board meet'"B- Piayrr by Mrs. a W. Dillahunty Canasta Club Guests Play Friday Night Canasta Chb bers find two pne-^ts wrrr lio last nipht when Mrs, Irv!i:g entrrtafncd at her home. Playing cann&tn with the were Mrs. Raymond Johnson nnrl Mrs. Charles Timcdon and in the evening's game, Mrs. Johnson U>:k top honors. Mrs. Claud ^lexnndcr won second hlg>i nnd Mrs. Jack Wagnon, low score. r\>llowfngr the Kinio. Mrs. Glass served a desert course- club Easter Motif Used for Party An Easter motif \vns chosen by Mrs. REchnrrl Frtcke to predominate in the decorations of her home yesterday for the dessert tiriclgp honoring La Finessee members and guests, Nfrs. Robert McHuney, Mrs. Richard Prickc end Mrs, RandMl Hawks were the group's guests. Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., took top honors In the bridge gnme, with Mfi. Hawks winning fiecond hiRh and Mrs. Whitney Mownn, bridge, Pine Room Scene Of Dessert Bridge Th« Fin« Room of the Dixie Pig Was the RCene Thursday night of • dessert bridge entertaining members of the TLE Club nnd guests, Mrs. DlcV Watson and Mr«. Murlon Koelller. Mrs. Jerry 6crnp« WR« hostesa for the weekly • H»lr. _ In th» evening's bridge ! |*nie, Mrs. Gilbert • Smythe won high «core, wHb Mrs. Scrape winning eecond high and Mrs. Koehter, bridge. At the Hospitals Wtlli Hoipltal Dismissed: Mrs. P. K. Klssell, City Mrs. V. M. Yahne and babv. City Betty Jo Lallar, Cnrttthersvllte. Charley Cassidy, Armorel Mrs. E. C. £ ilth, City Mrs. Emma Chambers, City Wonderfully Slim 3 Guests Meet With Three sue.sts met yrstcrd.-iy -Mth tl:e l-'riday Contract Club \vhen Mrs. Doyle IletHier.son was hostess nt li'r home for the croup's wcek- l.v !-e'<noii. A'STter! spring blooms mnrked I'-e rooms In which the club and '• :'i. Mr. C. Morthfi-r. Mrs. J t-rK 1 M. White ami Mrs, Paul .lob'. 1 were seated. Mrs White look lo[i honors In '.lir l,ritluc name, with second tilssh KoinK lo Mrs. Poctz. Tile hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Arthur H. H;mi-r>n. | >n >- grorn clialrrnna introduced Mrs C Mtn-niy fimnrt, who presented a medley nf piano miiMn, nncl Mr Ilnrrlson, who discussed the habits inirt life of bc-c's. Ho.stcsses lor the wjci.il hour following In «-lilch reficshnienls were si.'1-veri In the KimiiK hlossoin be- deekc-ii entfutjiJmuK room were Mr.s J. H. Rce.mtin, Mrs. J. N. Hiuothcr. rnon, ::ra. Hiissel Huys, Mrs. H. II Schmui-k. Mrs. R. N. />,i ym .. j. Irs Hoy Hend, Mrs. Charles liay Kcw comb, Mr.s, Jess Homer, Mi - s. Olvtr Its MfWntrrs. Mrs. F. B. Joyn'm Mrs. I!. F. Scott nnrl Mvs. John Mi- Dowll. 8ATTODAY, MARCH », 11 f v Supper-Rook Parly Entertains Past Matrons, Patrons at Temple Clusters o( pastel tone Faster t'i'us In nests of bright srcen marked cacll of (he small tank's set 'lp In the entertaining room of the Masonic Temple last nicht for the sti|i])er-rook parly honoring past matrons nnrt patrons. Mrs. T. j. oaiiey, ,\| rs . L M Burnett nnd Mrs. E. p. niomcyer were hostesses for the event. Sitnper was served from a silicic long table which also held n contra! ncslsn which wrvs in keeping with the chosen Easter motif and followlns! supper rook was plnvert. J. .1. Cookston took high score Jor the men, with high score honors for Stewardship Program Given for Armorel YWA Coming Events Saturday Miss Palsy Pope, Mrs. Jerry Hcnrn, Mrs. Wilbur Wahl. Mrs. Jlmmle Sanders and Mrs. M. s. Edwards entertaining at Lake Street Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. with pro-nuptial shower-party honoring Miss Jackie Estes. bride-elect of Jesse Hunter Land, of Memphis. Monday Trinity Baptist HWO has 7 p.m. meeting In Assembly Room of Chlcknsasv Courts. Altni- Society of Immaculate. Conception Church hrts 2:30 V.m. mcctlns it school. Friendship Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. N. p. Marshall, ODD Adams. Tuesday Mrs. C. Murnii- Smart hostess to Tucsdny Bridge Club. La Petite Club meets with Mrs Eric WIlHJey. Country club Duplk-nic Bridge League has 7:15 p.m. meeting nt club. \Vcilnr-srtfiy Mrs. \V. 11. Iliitsoji hostess t< Iliffb Two Club. Town nnd Country Club has 1 p.m. session at Country Club with Mrs. G. G. CaudlU hostess. Mrs. Baker Wilson entertaining j Wednesday Club. Club FCiRht meets with Mrs the women going to Mrs, W A Stlc-kman. Mrs. J. A. Saliba tool; ronko honors. Mrs. J. A. Wrolcn of Pine Bluff honseunrst o! Mr. ,-ind Mis. Charles McWaters, wns a guest for the occasion. "GABBY" CELEBRATES TWICE-Gcorgo "Gabby" Hayes, veteran p.ctor of Ihe horse operas, had two reasons to celebrate on he Kj.'uled his wife, Dorothy, at a parly in New York. Gabby was celebrating their 33th wedding anniversary, and his 50th year in show business. French Model Plans 'Pamper House' For New York's Working Girls before going back en duty. "There are many career girls, aLw. who' live in Ihe suburbs, and want a place where they can shower, change and Hi>t ready tor an evening date. These girls can check thrlr foa^s at Pamper House in thn innrnln? and conic In after work to change and gel prettied up. They can even wash their hair if they want to." G/'s He/p Children TRIESTE, Free Territory M»>— Doughboys of the U.S. 351st In- fanlry Regiment plan to spend their spare time this surtimer building a children's playground. Osceola News I5y BETl'YK NKI.L STAHK Mr. and Mrs. Rex Crane and children of Jefferson City. Mo., arc visiting relatives in Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Colbert left Wednesday morning for Harllnger Tex,, Jor a visit. The Oscoola 1'rogresslvc will meet Tuesday at 10 a.m. for lunrti- COM after which the regular meeting will be held. Mrs, Claude I.oycl will have charge of the program. The theme will be "Public Welfare." Mrt, L. K. Harwarg wiB be chairman of the hostcw*». Tlie Progressive Garden Clufc met Thursday afternoon. Plant ivcre made tor the lecture to b« iivcn at the Progressive Club room, ly Borothy Blddle on Saturday af- .'ernoon «t 2 p.m., April 20th. A t«» will be given following the lecture. Tickets for the lecture will be $1. Listen (o KI,CN al 10:1(1 a.m. and 4:(l() p.m. daily for our program iinnoimctmenls. I!»x Ori'icc I'honc 2752 — Ol'fk'e 1'honc (iS'JS Box Office Opens at 1 :15 — Show Slarts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday I!y DOROTHY. ROE AlsnrJ.llod 1'rrs.i Women's F.dltor This is the story of a French fiirl equipped with hotli ticanty and pro- The monthly Stewardship Kram was Riven Thursday at Armorrl Baptist Church for the ymmg Women's Association of the church. Prayer I)}' Miss Yvonne McCain opened the session of (he six members. Participating In the program "Cuba Para and Cri.sto" were Miss McCain, Miss Jean Pnrri.sh. Miss MarRlc Beard, Miss Jov Parrlsh Miss Mnrxlnc Parrlsh 'and Mrs' Adrian Russell. ! Bits of News f - crsona Read Courier News Classified Paul Jobc. Tlmrs-rlay ^tls. Gilbert Smylhe entertaln- ln;r TI,E club. Tliursdny Contract Cluh meets with Mrs. P. D.-Poster. Mrs. Jumes Kotfers eiUorlaiu- Ing OEO Club. Dupllcnte firldge Lcnsue has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Hotel No- blc. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs Aiibrcs- Conway. Mrs. Newton Whltls entertaininB La. Nile ve. /Thursday Rook Clulj meets with Mrs.-Harold Henson. sion at home or stead. Mis. John Hu Ln Finesse Club. eiUertnininfr plays Saturday Duplicate Bridge LeaRVic- al Hotel Noble at 1:15 p.m. 8 II n day "Woman of tbn Year" tea at F. 1 E. Black home honoring Mrs. William Wyatt. F.irl Snjtfe: 1 , Si 1 ., U'ill he removed to his home tomorrow from Memphis Baptist Huspital where he has lioen ;i patient. His condition is reported :is much Improved. Mr. ami Mrs. Russell Glis-sxm and daughter, Alice Ann arrived today [mm their home In Memphis to be the weekend gur.sis of Mr. nnd All's. R. W. Cole and family. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs left today for Bristol. Tcnn., to he the cue.st of her daughter. Mrs. Marc nichnrds anil family, she was joined in Memphis by Mr, Richards \\iro accompanied her to Drlstol. Dr. Paul Kourl of Los Angeles, Calif., will leave tomorrow for Ok- ialioma City. Okln., for a visit before returning to his honie after having bocn here as guest of Miss Havbarn Salibn and her mother, Mrs. Jack Saliba. Miss Snliba Is spending the .Springs holidays here from Gnltpark College, Quit Port Miss. Mrs. Jerry Scrape nnd Mrs. Dene Webb were in Memphis yesterday. Ben Harpole. III. wns removed to his home. 15H Holly today from Memphis H:ii>tist Hospitnl where he Mr. niul Mrs. J. E. Halsell have a.s their aw-sts their daughter, Mrs. Ed Stownrt, Mr. Stewart nnri sons, | Ronnie ntitl Donnle. and another j daughter, Mrs. Horace Scrape nnd daughter, Sarn Jo. nil of Memphis. Mr. nml Mrs. Stcwnrt nnd sons fire on a vocation and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart nnd son. Ronnie will leave Memphis by ivirliner Friday for Rochester. N. Y., to be the'guest of I Mr. Stewart's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. tJ. K. Stewart. By Sue Burnett For daytime wear all summer, noiljing lops tbn casual that's so kind to every figvire. This one t.s softened with rows of narrow lace or ruffling: scallops edge collar, sleeves and front closing. Pattern No. 8782 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 32, 34 36. 38. -40 42. 4V 46. Size 34, 4' s yards of 30-inch, For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and tlie PATTERN- NUMBER to Sue Burnett, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6. III. Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled \vith Ideas to mack your clothes budget go further — time-saving and economical designs that are easy to sew. Gift pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. "Look, Honey,,. / change my hats like I change my mind But I always wear HSXIBU SHONK SHOSS FOR GUUS 4ND BOYS t": ioS-B.C.0 t S' : 'e U - *. P, C, D. E 13-it,,3- ».S,C.D, E 3*i lo 12-AAAA isC . . I rtieml* SOO 6 r;0 . 695 .HI yta t»i>w sfit lorn I4zy- lot/If! i*xt KIS TODAY 10 For Your Easter Shoe Shop Our Windows ! _ I S H O E S I Gooii Shoes & Hosiery brains, who came to America to seek her fortune, Tanya Pitt is one of those ethereally lovely young women who are the delight of fashion designers, model agencies and photographers. She c.lmc to the United States from Paris five years ago. one of eight French models hired by a large r.osmrlics and drug corporation lo tour the country demonstrating a home permanent wave. Tanya stayed on. became one of New York's most successful fash- Ion models. Now she is launching an ambitious new' enterprise designed to supply a mid-town club, complete with lounge, telephone service, snack bar. showers, dress- Ing rooms and attendant beauticians, for the big town's working girls. Life Membership All this will cost one dollar for a life membership, with an additional fee of 25 cents per visit. Tanya Is calling her new venture "Pamper House." She plans to open it next month in the newest of the Rockefeller Center buildings, where she has leased a large section of the basement eoneonr.se. She will employ n staff of 20 people, supply various services such as message.-*, checking nnd the free advice of nttenrinnt beauticians., Tanya got the idea for "Pamper House" while she was working as a model. Says she: "I was nlsvays finding myself between appointments with no place to KO for an hour or fa. This new- club will solve sneh probJfims for thousands of working women, well . as housewives who come to town to shop and want to freshen up before they meet their husbands for dinner and the theater. ZOflO Members "We have about 2.000 memberships already, with the largest response from housewives, nurses, models, waitresses nnd hostesses. Aside from the housewives, there nre women who work Irregular hours or split shift.s, who want to hsive someplace to re.st, rehix am slick up their makeup nnd hairdos "The ICnloriaiiunenl Spot of Mississippi County" The Perfect Gift — Theater Book — $2.50 * SMOKING LOGU * TKI.KVIS10N LOUNGE ir EVKHV SKAT A CHOICE SKAT * CRY ROOMS SATURDAY ONLY! 2 Biq Hits! Fighting Dog vs. Killci Wolf! Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30e At Al) Times SAT. ONLY Double Serial Captain Video Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY JAJVIES M^SON • AK^ GARDNER Paramount News & Cartoon: "Drip .Along Daffy" Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. I31an Heath & Family Mr. & Mrs. Mad Monaghan & Family JJad.tr Man S«n;il & Cart (ion SUNDAY & .MONDAY Doutile Fealure -CHARLES oToV/TrVbh <5ft SIEVE COCHRAN BICKED.RD ^PHYLLIS IHAXIER -PLU Also Melro News rr Christ Is The Answer' RF.V. A. B. ARSI1AI.F.. Paslnr CollcRc Avenue Baptist f'hurch Fort Worth, Texas Sunday Service 9:40 a.m.-Sunday School 10:55 First Baptist Church Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor ".And ye shall know the Irulli, and (lie truth sh;ill make you free." John S:32 SATURDAY*, 7:30 P.M. - FAMILY NIGHT "Bring The Entire Family To Cliifrrh" SUNDAY, MARCH 30 - REVIVAL CLIMAX ATTENDANCE GOALS: Sunday School, 660f Baptist Training Union, 250 dispel Singer a.m. - (Broadcast on KLCN) 6:30 p.m.-Baptist Training Union 7:30 p.m. -Evening Worship HEAR THE GOSPEL IN SERMON AND SONG! Soutlmrstrnx Fort Worth, Texas •

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