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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIU.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1952 Jane Sholton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Former BlytheviUe Man Claims Bride in Ohio Exchange of Vows Ben John Lancashire of the j Obcrlin, o. United States Air Force, son of Mr. | The bride Is the daughter of Mr. Scott ol nnd Mrs. E. R. Lancashire of Lnke- ]and, Fla., former BlytheviUe residents, claimed Miss Sara Jane Scott as his bride today in n 3:30 p.m. ceremony at Fatrfted Chapel, Board Is Honored With Luncheon Luncheon at the E, L. Hale home HI Armor el followed by a hiisines-s discussion yesterday honored IS members and one pue.st of the F-x- ecutive Board of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church. Mrs. C. E. Joinihon, Mrs. Albert Endcrlin. Mrs. Ted King, Mrs. Charles" Evans and Mrs. E. P. liar- din uere co-hc?t;?5,e. i i. Jonquil and glariioli arrangements the home. The invocfltio/i was Kh-en.by Mi.s-s Hawl Brannen ami for the occasion a cluster of vnri-colra-etl Easter eggs centered the luncheon table. At either side, of the esg nest stood miniature, cotorfn! chickens. Mrs. King presided over the business session which WRA adjourned with prayer by Mrs. Johnson. PEO Chapter 'N' Meets in Home Mrs. Harry W. HnlnpK prosontcd the program, "Modern Poetry" meeting of Chapter "N" of PEO for which Mrs. Elton Kirby was hostess nt her home. The 2 p.m. business session wtvs directed by Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., and was highlighted with R discussion of plans for the state PEO convention to Fort Smith in Mny. be held In Mrs. J. Hudson Entertains Group Members of La Finesse and guests yesterday met ot the E. B. Wood son home on Chtckasawba Avenue when Mrs. John S. Hudson entertained the grtiup Cor an afternoon of piny- Ing bridge. Mrs. Charles Sims of Bnrdette, Mrs. Richard Rose and "Mrs, Robert I. Thompson were the guests invited f or the sess ion. Mrs. Everett Peterson won high score, with .second high goltiR to Mrs. Sims nnd bridgo to Mrs. \Vhit- ney Morgan. A dessert course was served. Contract Club, Guest Play Bridcje Friday Contract Club members and one guest, IvTrs. c. Modinger yesterday were enterinincd bv Mrs. O. o. Poetz at her Chlckasawba and Mrs. Rutherford C. Birmingham, Mich. Dr. A. W. Wishard of the First. Pre.sbyteiian Uliurch of Warren, Mo. hoard the double ring vows Mid before Ihe ISO guests. Given in marriage by her father the bride \\orc a formal go^'n of white satin fn.shioned us n redltiKOte and snugly buttoned over Imported point d' esprit with detailed ruffling on the bodice nnd skirt. Her lintfertip veil of Illusion was caught to a headdress of roscpoint heirloom lace from her grandmother's wedding gown. She cnrried n cascade bouquet of while roses surrounded by while carnations and Ivy. Miss Marilyn Landls of Worth- inston, o., u-as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Carol Peterson of Birmingham. Mich., Miss decorated Esther Smart of Columbus O and Miss Sara Wilson of Wellington, Tliey wore Identical ballerina itli iiowns of artu.i nylon tulle and lace. Their ta-lcf Jackets were of matching lace nnd tiielr aqua mesh hats were adorned with talisman roses. Matching shoes completed their attire. Cascade bouquets of talisman roses set In daffodils and ivy were carried by the attendants ami Mi.w I,,indl5' bouquet «-as sprinkled In white roses. Robert P, Lancashire of Memphis, brother of Ihe Kioojn served as best man. John R. Scott, of DirmlHRham. Mich,, brother of the bride, .lames E. Lancashire of Lakeland. Pla., brother of the groom and Benjamin Mercer, Onnton, O., were ushers. Mrs. Scott, mother cil the bride select "d n French blue lace on taffeta afternoon gown. She wore a shell pink hat and pink camellias. The mother of the groom selected a dark creiw afternoon dress with short slceies edged in net. She wore n matching hat and gloves and a corsape of pink roses. A buffet supper party at Obcrlln Inn followed for Ihe KUOgti. After a wedding trl)) to Indlnnopolis the brirto will return April 15th to OlxTlhi College where she wilt be graduated fn June to resume her studies, she will then Join Mr. Lancashire al Maxwell Air Force Base. Ala. la make their home. For traveling Mrs. Lancashire chose n beige wool suit worn with chocolate brown accessories and a blending wool top cont. Mr. Lancashire was graduated Avenue home. Gladioli was arranged about the lcs5 ' home and in the afternoon's bridge! Gleaners game Mrs. rtusscll c. Pnrr took from BlytheviUe High School and Obcrlin College. Oberlin, O. Coming Events Sunday "Woman of tlie Year" ten at P. E. Blnck liomu honoring Mrs Wll- 11 nm \Vyntt. Monday Presby Training School, luncheon nnd Executive Board meeting nt 11 run. home of Mrs. Jesse M. White with Mrs, G W. Dillahunty eo-hos- . top honors. Mrs. C. L. McWaters won second high and Mrs. Doyle Henderson took bridgo honors. Indispensable For Women Cla.ss or First Baptist Church has 1:30 p.m. meeting home of Mr*. J. P. Friend. Presby motes meet nt First Presbyterian Church nt 7:30 p.m. Trinity Baptist Circles One nnd Two have 2:30 p.m. meeting. Circle One, Mrs. Elomior Swafforrt. Cblrk- asawba Courts and Circle Two. Mrs H. H. Burnett. B\VC of Trinity Baptist Church meets at 7:30 pm. with Mrs. Bobby Webb. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m meelinc: nt home of Mrs. E. R. Mason. West Hfrtni. Tuesday East Side Garden Club lias 7:30 p.m. meeting nt Lako Street Methodist. Church. Mrs, B. A. Bugp, pro (ream chairman and Mrs. W. E B-.'ehanati. hoMe.v;. Junior Service Auxiliary lias 10 Bits of News frlo&lftf /-{fr^onai Dr. Torstcn Lirickiiilst ot Blyllio vllle and Dr. D. j. Brewer of Manila M'fll leave tomorrow afternoon for Foi I Smith to atU'ml the state con- .'cnt-ion of the Arkansas Chlroprac- ;ic Association. Tiiey wHI return Friday. Eldridge McCntilcss Is reported a BfiHsfnclory condition at Kennedy Vcternns Hospital where lie underwent major Eurscry yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. I,, Ilorncr will leave tomorrow for Little Rock for a brlet business trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Brothers announce the birth of their first child, a son, last night at Blj'thcvllle Htw- pltal. He has not been named. Msr. nrothers Is the former Miss Ruby Mae Noble. Mr. nnri Mrs, J. n. Morgan and grandson, Darnell nnd Mrs. Rachel ffousc left yesterday for their home In Rockford, ill., after spending n ivcok here as Riiesls of Mr.ancl Mrs. Charley Knit?: and Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Williams. Mrs. A. '•'. Morgan nnd children accompanied them hrtno for an extended visit. Kathleen Orr, flve-monlbs-old <!niii;hlcr of Mr. nnri Mrs. Joe A. Orr, Jr.. of Little Rock ts the \vrek- «id visitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Movd Stlrknion nnri son. John, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrrnv fimnrt. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Tune. Mr. nild Mrs. Monroe Crnln. Jr., Mr. anil Mrs. Robert A. Porter, Mr. ami Mrs. Oscar Fendler. Dr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Rnlnwnter and Or. mul Mrs. Ju I-. Gunril nre Jolntnz Mr. nnri Mrs. Mnrvln Smith of Baton DOURO. I.a.. former BlvO'evllle residents, lo-lav In M n mnlils for n \vcekcnrt nt Hotel Prnborty. Mrs. "Jiminv Williams and snn. Ricky. Mrs. Orndy Clolf. Mrs. Milford Miller nnd Uirllne Richardson spent Tbursdny In Memphis. Oenton M. Neal of jnckson, Tonn.. has snent the pn.sl few rinvs here as Ril"st of his molher-ln-lnw. Mrs Frank T. Bvr-rt and family. !fc waf loincd here Thursday by Mrs. Nenl nnd children nnd the croup will return to their home tjjls ^reckend. Mrs. Max Usrey returned yesterday from Chnrleston. Miss,, where .sbe hnri motored Mrs. Ode)! Snn- dprs to ller home. Mrs. Sanders had been visiting liere as Kucsl of her mother, Mrs. M, O. Usrey. Mrs. Snn- ders and Mrs. M. O. Usrey had recently returned from Sardls. Miss. where they hart been the guests o Mrs. Usrey's brother, James McClure. A BOY AT CALVARY 'Art thou the King ol the Jews?' osVed Pilate, trying !o avoid the quiet, searching eyes ol the pn'soner bcfoic him. 'Thou saycst,' replied Jesus calmly. By Jay Heavilin and Walt Scott '> T5l ^~ Uke angry hornets, Itie priests flew ot Jesus: Hod He not claimed to be th« Son of God? Hod He not driven the money changers out of the temple? Hod H« not performed miracles on the Sobbolb? To Sokion's amazement, Jesus remained silent. Another prisoner was then brought before PiTate. 'Barab- bos/ murmured the ciowd. Sokron's eye* grew big. Th/s was the mon he had traveled more than 30 mites to see. Would Pilate observe the Passover custom of Freeing one prisoner? Women's Feet Are Smaller Thanks to Ily DOItOTHV ItOK A! 1 Women's Ktlitur Women's feet havf. grown morn than three sizes In the last two Kencrntlons, but they look smaller in Die new airily constructed shoes consistitlf; of a few wLspy straps. n thin solo and n tccloring heel. Thl.s is the considered opinion of some of the country's top experts on Mich matters, including Irving E. Glass, executive vice president of the Tanners' Council; Doris D.! LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER Plays to be Given At 'Dell High School Mrs. Blnnchr Dnvis will present her speech students nnrf Junior Class member.* of nell High School in two one net plays Friday nt 8 {MIL nt Doll School. Speech clftM. jtf9~thbcrs presenting the comedy, "SprUig Ts Here' will be Vrra BrhikJe-y; Joan Richnrri- son. Frnnres Bnllnrd nnd Cecil Ashahrnnner. "There Comes R Time" !s the comedy to be Riven by junior class members. Participating will be Jonn Rlchnrdson, Gene Mooney. Betty June Holmes, Mildred Ho.skins. PfRRy Johnston, Jean Forshce. Cecil Ashnbrnnncr. Billy ovcrton mid Jnc Neal Perkins. Mclhudist Guild Meets The Wcslcyan Service Guild of Ihe First Methodist Church hold its annual election meeting Tuesday nigh I at the home of Mrs. Bowon Thompson, with fourteen mem- hers present. Officers elected for the next year, and to be installed at the next organizational meeting Eire Mrs. Joe Gentry, president, Mrs. John Ford, vice-president, Mrs. c. E. Bonnet, secretary, and Mrs. Lester Stevens, treasurer. Mrs. Delia Forbes was elected the secretary for spiritual life. The program for the meeting w:i-s under the direct ion of Mrs. Hay Whitmore, assisted by Mrs. John Ford, on the subject of "Labor Unions as Christian Forces." Versonals Mrs. H. Bates Anderson of California is visiting her father. R. N. Foi'bes who Ls confined to his home by Illness. Mrs. Anderson wilt rc- main tor several flays. Mr. nnd Mrs. n. C. Bryant have us their guests for two weeks their dangler Mrs. R. I.. Wni, r atrmn nnd children. Bobby nnd Brenrta. of Ka^crxtown. Md., their grandd, Rhtrr, Mrs. Tom Boswoll and baby daughter. Donna, n f Atlanta, Ga and another granddaughter, MLss Marilyn Owen, of Little Rock. Mr Bryant, who returned froni the Memphis Baptist Hospital Sunday Is reported much improved. W. G. Mngers is a patient in a Mcmpliis Hospital, where he was taken Thursday night following ft sudden Mines. 1 ;. j Tom Callis and G. C. Driver. Jr., atlended the inter-city Rotary Mertiug in Jonesboro Wednesday night. J, C, McDanSel Is confined to ills home this week with a serious illness. Larger But Look New Shoe Design Beeehman of the Guild of Better Shoe Manufacturers; Alice Dowd of the National Shoe Institute; nmi Louis B. Keanc, vice president of the A, S. Beck Shoe Corp., which protUicos ID ore than five million pairs annually. Moreover, the little woman will he able to nfford more shoes this year thnn at any time in the last generation, says Glass, who points out. tha + ihe sharp drop in leather prices has made shoos one of the I nation's best buys today. f Americans buy nbout 480,million l>airs of shoes per year. Women buy slightly more than four pairs per year and men slightly less than two pairs. Just as a matter of contrast, the experts point out that in Russia the average shoe consumption is less Minn one-half pair per year. Less Leather Though there is less leather in women's shoes, they represent a blfjger bargain thnn men's shoes with their biff hunks of leather nnd sturdy soles. This is because there is so much more workmanship required in a woman's shoe. More than Ifil] separate operations are required to turn out the average piece of feminine footgear, says Keane, and a tnanufncturer must turn out far more styles, Pop usually is offered a choice of two shoe colors, black or brown, two or three toe styles in his favor- He oxford find a minimum of trim. This suits him fine. What he wants is a pair ol shoes with plenty of good leather that will be comfortable and sl?"»1 th« xtft. 50 Styles Mon;, on the other hand, expects to try on at least 50 different styles hefore she settles on an op en-toe sling pump or a .sports- type wedgio. She may tnke in n sample of her new suit fabric, to match (he color exactly, and "sl^ie will be offered at least four basic Armorel HD Club Has Potluck Meeting Two guests met with 12 members of the Armoiel Home Demonstration Club Thursday when Mrs. Harvey PaiTislr was hostess at her home for a potluck meeting, i Mi's. John Buchanan and Mrs. GertruO-p !":<Hmr.n. homj rteimn- slraticti a'^'tit, were guests. Mrs. Parrish gave the devotional following luncheon and Mrs. Charles Brown led in prayer. Members answered the roll call by describing their Easter cos- lumcs and Mrs. W. L. Smith presented tiie eye opener which was a Ee-ather jacket from scrap leather and nylon (xi'sn^es. Mrs. Bro\vn later spoke on gar- tk-ning. Mrs. Smith discussed landscaping. Mrs. W. O. Anderson and Mrs. T. R. Watson spoke on poultry, while Mrs. Herman Adams discussed tuberculosis. Mrs. Holiman spoke to the club on clothing construction. r TKUAIAN ESCORTS ItOVAf. .VISITOR—President Truman escorts Queen Juliana of the Netherlands at Washington National Air- liort during welcoming ceremonies for the royal visitor and her husband. Prince Bernard (right). Mrs. Truman is in background. (AP Wircphnto) Gum Clie\rcrs The chewing - gum habit Is thought to have begun with the American Indians. «-)io chewed tlie hardened sap of the spruce tree, according to the Encyclopedia Briramiicn. heel heights, a variety of leathers and an endless number of styles. The a verage shoe size of American woman today is 1 compared with a vet-age she tile generation ago. But Granny's sensible flat-heeled high-laced shoes probably locked bigger than her i granddaughter's cpen-toed, daintily' designed spike-heeled pumps. am. meeting at Country Club. Wednesday ^^rs. Travis Dcen hostess to Seml-Cana«la Club. ' Central PTA 1ms 3 p.m. Installation of officers at First Baptist Church preceded by Executive Board meeting. Thursday Elliott Fletcher Chapter of DAC IKLS 12:30 luncheon meeting nt Hotel N'oblc. Mrs. C. L McWatcrs reservation chairman. Euzelian C!a-« of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. Joe Atkins. At the Hospitals nivtheville Hospital Cl.iuiila Haven, Armorel Allen Rushing, City V. O. Dnnielson. Honiersville Mrs. Jessre Kine;. Cltv Walls Hospital Dismissed: .1. R. Stewart. Victoria Mrs. Rudolph Lambert nnd baby, Rt. 3. By Sue Burnett LonliLnff for a flattering frock t:-nt takes you cvcrpiacc with ' chirm? Then you'll be delimited with this neatly tailored two pice- cr ricsicned especially In women's s'zrs. Nice with contrast, or in monotone. Pa'.torn No. 8482 is a sc'.v-rik perforated pattern In sues 31, 3(i 38. 40. 42. 44. 4f>. !8. 50, 52. Size 35. skirt and from blouse, S T « yards of 39-inch; contrast, short sleeve, 1% yards. j For this ipattern, send 30c. in COINS, your name, address, size! desired, and the PATTERN NUM- ' HER to Sue Burnett, Courier Kcivs, 375 Quincy st,, Chcago 6. I Basic FASHION for '62 is filled with Ideas to make your clothes i budget K o further — ii me . sa vlnfc' nncl economical designs that arc <•••>."•>• to sew. Gift pattern printed Inside. 25 cents. t Open (i:3fl p.m. — Show Starts at Dusk 2 Shows Every Night! Saturday Only! Take a Tip From a Housewife Who Knows "I used (o resign myself to washday drudging until I decided (o he smart and send my wash to the laundry. Now my clolhes conic back in a short time looking hright and clean. 1 relax!" BLYTHEVIUE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 Double Feature! TIM HOLT/ "Riders of Death Valley" Serial & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY SATURDAY ONLY! Cii3ricS"6uli's[je" STAR8ETT DOUBLE FEATURE! 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So. of city limits, Hi way 61 The RAZORBACK Drive-In is Now Serving The Worlds Best Pot Of Baked Beans 75 C A Full Meal Served With French Fried Potatoes, Salad and Hot Rolls ALSO SERVED ON THE CURB they're Delicious! PSSWINDS \& CJ~,

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