The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVrU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jane Shclton, Society Editor ewA Phone 4461 Miss Pope Exchanges Vows In. Christian Church Ceremony OSCEOLA _ Miss Catliorine Cathey Pope and Lt. Hiiblwr.1 Woods, Jr.. of Durant. Okla.. exchanged nuptial vows yesterday afternoon at the First Christian Church. Tlie Hcv. 0. V. Moore, pallor of the church, officiated. Smllax entwined around the satin. Jnck Thomas was ring hearer .inrl Lt. W. E. Jolmson, Jr., of Roswcll, N. M.. served Lt. Woods as best mini u.-ihers were Freddie Bannister and Wish Fletcher. Airs. Pope, mother at (tie bride, cancel rail and stately baskets of ! with accents of white. Her corsage U'hile gladioli against a background j was a white orchid. of branched candelabra formed | Mother of the groom. Mrs. Woods, the setting for the ceremony. i chose a dusty pink sheer guwn ami Organ music by Mrs. Clareiu'e - pinned a purple orchid at her Grigsby accompanied MKs v.'ancU j shoulder. Pope, cousin of the bride who I Ilffeiillfin Held sans, ^Because" and "I Ix>ve Yon j Immediately following the cere- Truly." j mony a reception was lield at tile The bride, gi\ p en in marrlaye hy. country hornr-. "Twin Farm," of the her father, Milton E. Pojie. wore j bride's p:irenls. a white lace wedding gnwn in bnl- An imported cut-work cloth coi-- lerina length. The full skirt wasjcrcd tbe bride's table which was Joined to a tight fitting bodice j centcrrd with the traditional tier- which featured « portrait iieckinc • ed nodding cake surrounded l>y In Illusion and outlined In seed [ gai lands of white carnations and pearls. Tiny satin buttons march- fluffs of Illusion. Silver candeliibrn fng the satin petticoat worn under with burning white laiicrs were the gown, extended the lull length ' • • • • of the bodice. An illusion vrll in finger-tip length fell from n tlar* Bits of News Club Continues Arrangement Studies; Lecturer to Speak on April 25th The third lesson in (he flower ar- Oates for the April lecture THURSDAT, APRIL I, ItM Fletcher Fisher is reported in serious condition at Blytheville Hctpijal after having suiicred R heart attack Monday. Pfc, Richard Watts Is spending a turloiifh here as B uc-sl 01 his pur- ems; Mr. and Mrs, 8. R. Watl.s. ptc. ids mil return to Camp Chalfce Monday. Mrs. Robert, .stair and children Robbie and Carolyn Sue. have arrived from their Santa Clara. Calif., hone lo .spend n month with Mrs. Stair's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Nelson. Mr, ami Mrs. Charles Hudson of Villa, Calif., o. T. Stevenson and daughter, jane, and Mr.s. Travis fiallcy of Memphis left yesterday lor their homes alter having ranging scries was led yesterday by Mrs. Kendall licrry for members of the Garden Department of the Woman's Cluh at the monthly cession at Ihe club. Mrs. James V. Dates, club president, conducted the .version which was highlighted with a discussion of final plnns [or the appearance of Dorothy Diddle, nationally known lecturer on April 25th. Committee chairmen by Mrs, Country Club program were Mrs. c. M. Gray, ticket sales; Mrs. )i. A. Biigi;. publicity antl Mrs j. p. Owens, staging. Plants were exchanged by the club members at a tea following. Mrs. C. A. Tsnt, Mrs. Gates, Mrs. Joe Ferguson, and Mrs. Charles Ray Nc'ivcomh were hostesses for the o:- ca.5ion. The club's traveling vase for the best miniature flo',ver arrangements went to Mrs. B. A BUKK. with Mrs. Lee stiles taking fecund high. Is Meeting Scene Life's Philosophy Luncheon In nn riil/irt -i l,\4^« i• C"~ f_ _ I ( r~ ill* Luncheon In an cnte room of the Country Club .„.,,,» by an afternoon of playing brid Wednesday of seed pearls with clusters of orange blossoms at either sirfo. ! jiv Mrs. Anne Richardson The Mitts of Identical lace to that of the gown completed her costume Thnrni^on. Mrs. Lloyd Godlcy nnd Mrs. Welby Young. week licre as guests of Mr and used at ritlier end of the table. An- ' - M 's. S. E. Austin. En route home, other labic. n miniature .study of. ' vlj '. n/i<l Mrs. Hud.-,on will spend the the bride's table, held a silver j weekend in Lubbocfc Tex with R punch bowl nnd was presided over j n. Utilise. Jr., who Is a student at 1 Texas Tech. Her colonial bouquet of H'lilte car denlas was centered with a pm-p] throated white orchid tied In ivhlt, bridal streamers. Miss Evelyn Jean Plg<? attendei «s maid of honor and Rlla Ann. Brown, cousin of the bride serve, IE flower girl. Miss Plgg chose a ballerina Irngtl ^•hlte organdy gown outlined li pale yeliou-. She carried a bouquc of yellow roses tied In matchiti, It's Always A Favorite Sue Burnelt From one season to (lie next, no other style tops the matchless ehlrtwalster. Shown here in nn easy-to-care for button-front de- «lgn, wiih bow-tied belt and handy pockets. Pattern . ,o. 8-100 In a sew-riio perforated pattern In sizes 11 \i ^SU:"' 44 - 8 '"*'^' For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6.. Senri 25 cents today for your en- Py of Basic FASHION '52 It shows you how to make your wardrobe do double duty with 'economical, time-saving styles, out Pattern primed inside. IS cents. The couple later [cfl on a Southern wedding trip including New Orleans and Durant, Okla. Upon their return. Lt. Woocts will be transferred to Panainn. The bride is a graduate of Osccola High Scliool and attended Underwood College, St. Charles. Mo. LI. Woods attended Oklahoma A. ami M. In Stllhvnter and served' with the Army during World i War II. | Out-of-town guests attending were parents of the groom. Mr. I and Mrs. Hubbard Wood of Durant, Mrs, Harris Parks and Mrs. Mnry Crenshaw of Union City, Term., great-aunts of Ihc bride! fended the wedding and rcccp'tion I of Miss Cathlne Cat hey Pope. ! daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Milieu I Pope, to Lt. Hubbard Woods of ! Durant. Okla,. yesterday at the ! First Christian Church In Osccola. Mrs. Grccn'.s niece. Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg served as maid of honor. Jame.s Terry, j. p. GarroU and C. L. McWaters left this morning to attend the annual meeting of the Southwest Area Council of the YMCA nt Oklahoma City. Okln.. whlfli will be held April 4-5. Mr. McWaters Is president of the Blytheville Y. Mr. Terry Is n member of the Area board and Mr. Oarrolt is Y secretary here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Miller are now at home at 259 Bunlyn in Memphis. Mrs. ff. M, Pope of Memphis Mrs' 1 Tllcy fc ™cr]y resided at 1710 Holly - - -- 'I in Blytheville. Grady Brown of West Memphis.' Lt. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson. J> i of Roswcll. N. M., find Mr. or Mrs. W. E. Johnson of West Men Climaxing the series of prc-mip-jls Club Gu6St tla] event- 1 ; was the rehearsal dinner given the bridal party and parents of the couple Tuesday by Mrs Bill Thomas. Spring blossoms added to the brldnl motif of Kreen and white H. W. Wylie Mrs. H. W. Wylle yesterday was the only guest with members of Club Eight when Mr.v Paul Jobe '« home "" "« yesterday entertained Hub members. Mrs, Baker Wilson was hostess for the I p, in. party. Mrs, C. A. Cunningham took high score honors In (he weekly game following the meal, with second high going to Mrs. w. J. Pollard. •fifS Should Enab!eYou ; To Meet Trouble Coming Events Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has 1:30 p.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. friilny Mrs. John Hudson entertaining La Finesse Club, Friday Contract Club meets with Mrs, G. O. Poetz. First Dsptist WMU Executive Board has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting nt, home of Mrs. E. L. Hale Chapter "N" of PEO has 2 'p.m. meeting with Mrs. Elton Kirby. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:15 p.m. Sunday 'Woman of the Year" lea at F. E. Black home- honoring Mrs. William Wyntt. Music Students Will Present Recilal Following dinner, a rehearsal ~ . played <mtcrla '" Honored At Country Club Mrs. Loy Welch wns a guest with members of the Town and Country Club yesterday when Mrs. O. G Cntidfll invited the group to the Country Club for a 1 p.m. luncheon-bridge. Centering the long table at which the group wns seated was a bouquet a! ml.vert Spring blossoms. fn the bridge R nrne following .Irs, Welch took high score, with ' econd high going to Mrs. C. Mo- dinger. Jesse M, White, with taking bridge honors. :nt to Mrs. Mrs. Wylie At the Hospitals Hljlhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Margaret Pears, Cooler Murltnc Berscr. Steele. Wills Hospital Dismissed: ...... Calhy Riding: City Mrs. Ordell Banna and baby, Lux- Mrs. Edith Stcphan will present "ier music students in a recital Tuesday evening at a p.m. at the high school auditorium. Students who will appear are Patricia Gail Urogdcn. Jimmle Buf- flngtotl..Salts- Jo Elliott. Laura Alice Hemy, Cecelia Henderson. Becky Lynn Henderson, Kay Hmdman, June Homer, Emily Huffman, Anne King. Anita Elizabeth McWaters, Margaret McWaters. t,ue Owens, She Owens. Mclia Saliba, Sandra Kay Saliba, and Martha Anne White. Police Car Mistaken For Taxi in Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY MV-OfMcer BUI Krueger wishes the Police Department would change the signs on his official car. Painted above the department emblem on both sides is the word, "Taxlcab." The bottom word of his title—"Inspector"—Is simply ignored "Every time I park downtown I have to lock the doers to keep I was amazed recently to hear a man. who had f;cne through a really rough year, say how fortunate he was. Thinking over his remark. I finally understood why he was able to ! feel that way. H e w as not thinking about the troubles that hart piled tip, one alter the ether. Instead, he was thinking that he had come through them all. •f He could have- Ruth .Milieu considered himself unlucky to have had so many j set-back*. Instead he considered himself lucky for liavliig been able to meet them otie by cne. There Is a lesson in that attitude toward life, for all of us. We can bewail onr misfortune when hardships come. Or we can consider ourselves lucky for some- ; how living through the bad time.s.' for having the strength and persc- vercnrc to do so. : TVEKYONE HAS HA HI) LUCK j What we call "hard luck" comes to everyone, and often it seems to pile up fo an unjust amount. But that isn't the really Important thing, or the thing we should dwell on in our mhuis. The important thing Is: "Were we able to come through the trouble, to survive It and go on?" If we -.vere that is the lact to dwell on. Looking back over the past year It is not the "hard luck" i that should stand out In cnr minds. I but our "good luck" In .seeing the "hard lucl;" through. j Those who have such a philnso- . phy of life are never beaten. An-' they are the first, lo admit (hat life has been gcod to them and that they are grateful. Employment Limit Raised VANCOUVER. B.C. M>i_A pre- imlnary report by City Personnel Director B.H. Peterson showed Vancouver has hired three persons over the age of 40 since the city | council opened use limits lor civic employment. He believes older men and women will be more stable In certain Jobs. master'Motif Used for Party An Easier mold was chosen by Mrs. \v. H. Iltitsnn to predominate in the decorations ot her home last night tor the 'semi-monthly rie.s- sert bridge honoring High Two cluo members. Mrs. Robert Peterson n-as the only guest for the evening of bridge in the daffodil adorned entertaining room. Mrs. Dick Walscn took hlKli score hcnors nnd Mrs. Herman Besharse and Airs. Sam Hayncs tied for second place. THURSDAY & FRIDAY AN ACADEMY A\\,\I(D ,*~ *> ,.,. Akn Par iimmnl rxev,s & ( .irloon Rifr Guests To See "American in Paris" Mr. R Mrs. Koy Etchicson & Family Mr. & .Mrs. .1. G. Tricschman & Family people from jumping Into my cnr and ordering me to take them someplace." he laments. Easter Special! ,^r^^ A FREE with the purchase of any SUIT from 12.95 and up! Choose from any blouse, in our large selection. 25* off ON ALL Values from 7.98! Come In and See Our Spring Purses and Gloves! A Wonderful Selection for Easter! Clara's Shop Al rt \1/ ka • f. • ^—i 419 W. Main St. Half Moon News Mrs. James Alexander Is a na(tall at Blytheville Hospital. "'• a " d Mr-'- Orville Mitchell are i isilmu In Hot Spring.? as guests of Ur and Mrs, J. F. Roland. Mrs. E. B, Walker and son Lew- dVUth'^'w 1 ^' 0 -' «* n; ^' Mrs. ifawi Nutt nnd chil[ll , ed in Caruthersville. Mo,, the „«, M° 5 S'"' 1 " ° f MrS ' Nult ' s ••"»Mrs. Olen Bates and Mr Bates Mr ' atld GIB Plays Bridge; Winners Named Mrs. John S. Hudson last night took first place In the weekly bridge game of the GIB Club for which Miss Betty Black was hostess at her West Main street home. Mrs, Hudson was the group'* onl: guest, in the game, second high went to Miss Uiella Barnes, with brfdgo hcnor* being won by Mrs- Richard T. MIlLs. The hostess served a salad plate. Amarlllo. Tex., spent the past week with their sister, Mrs. Hazel Nutt. Mrs. H. J. Cook of Dell spent the „ „ „ weekend with her mother, Mrs. Joe H.. Coffrey of I Baker and family. THURS.-FRr. Pal Nites! 2 For Price of On« BEDROOM BRICK—$11,500 5,-iOO i)0\V\ _ $51.07 MONTHLY SYBIL PHILLIPS I'h. SU50 MRS. JOE SHANKS I'h. 6138 Comedy & Cartoon Wow! What Values! Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30e At All Time* Hundreds Of Other Items On Sal* 54" American Double Drainboard SINKS & CABINETS Only 2 — Regular 179.95 149 .95 SPRING SALE ENDS MONDAY. APRIL 7! HURRY! HUBBARD HARDWARE 213 West Main in Blytheville The Best Dressed Women Start the Season With Betty Martford 'As featured In lead- in jr. fashion magazines. Crisp cotlon chambray wilh dainty white waffle pique trim. Decorativ* patch pockels. Rhinestone buttons. Sizes 12 to 20 200 E. MAIN ST.

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