The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 7, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APML t. MM WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. K. Boylcs Jano Shelton, Society Editor Group Organizes Edringtnn has president of the n<".v)y or- ports from other departments were Memphis Party Honors April Bride-to-Be The home of Mrs. Euponc Finley on Raleigh Road in Memphis yesterday was the seen*" ol n nuscrl- lancous pho\ver honor h\£ Mfcs Jackie Estos. daughter of-. Mr. aiu) Mrs. Tim Estes of lilytheville, uho is betrothed to Jessec Hunter Land of Memphis. Fifty guests nltfnrirrl the pre-nu- ptJal nffair and for fhe occaFfon bouquets of white gla'" ^li and wedding bell clusters tnitrked the entertaining rooms. Miss Epfe.s i-prpkrd the "hirky" satin enuciht \vpdrijnc ring \vhr*n the group rimv urc umbrellas attached to a Inrce wedding bell. Foilmvbia (he party crimes, refreshments \verr ?r n'rd from thr Jacn laid tnhJp which was centernrt with dutch iris ;-et in bricht yrl- low Jonquils. The small pink r.nke5. which were iced in wcddinc bfHls In keepine with tlic* rhosen paily EChrme were served with ire cream and party foods, A'corsngp ot white carnations was presented Miss Este.i. Out-nf-town guests were Mm. Tim EJi. c tcr, mother of the bride and Miss Brbbir Estes nnd Miw Nancy Plst^-s, sisters of the honorec. Mrs. Dick While Will Address Senior High PTA "Federal Aid to the Schools" will be discussed hy Mrs. Dick J. While tomorrow at (he monthly minting of the Senior Ktph School Parent- Teacher. 1 * Association. Mrs. While's address will hich light the 3 p.m. session at the schon' which will he preceded hy n meeting of the Executive Board. An old fashioned spelling hcc hcl-ween the fn- culty members and PTA members also Is plnnnetl. So Wonderfully Simple Ki:iSi:i! l\\\ TlVi: -Bctui! Lo of Mr. iiiicl Mr.;. Inn h li r n Dntin F mr.:<. r,f cut tli tlJIT 1 ; ciistri; f. will 1H. th lliuior the kers of A RKl'KKSKX'l A Hall, dam-liter J. W. Hull of i( i fd to repre tlrralmn of Fu- AlTKlir;! at tile -t Conlrst. 'Itu' i in i il h IH r d pt Ark;i!i:-;r If H >n r» Api i! -, a mPmrji-r of . t Kci ei Huh Future Home- 'WOMAN' OF TlfK YEAR 1 IS IIONOKKf)—Mrs. Dick Watson (MU yrslcL'day presented Mrs. WlHlrun H. Wyatt \vi1h an hiMrribnl silver bcw bon dish from Beta SlRma phi sorority. Mr.s. Wyatt, \vlio was named" "Woman of (ho Year" recently, was honored with a tea at the P. E. Block home. Approximately 25(1 guests attended the affair. Tea Honors Mrs. William Wyatt, 'Woman of the Year Title Winner Approximately 2oO guests called at the F- F. Black homp ye.iter day to extend congratulations to' Mrs. William H. Wyatt, who hari been named Blythovllle's ''Woman of the Year." The lea honoring: the title I ".. winner was given by the Alpha Delta nnd Alpha Alpha Chapters of Jietn | \ n Sigma Pht. Mrs. Wyatt was selected by a secret committee of Blythe- villc residents. The cntortntnUip ronmfi of Ihe [ Iriple-hrnnchcd c-mrilrstlcks. Silver hnme was nmiiswrt In Sprint* bla^-| services u-erc used rxrluMvely on the \vHh predominate tones of; In bio nnd allrrnatijia in ron-lne were Mrs. .Jrss I)- Davis, vice presi- dniL of Ihe Alpha Alphn rhrtpfrr, and Mrs. V/. M. Jnnt/,. vke president nf thr Alpha Dr-Hn chitptcr. Dunne: thr nfh'rnnnn Mrs Wy.TM .VEIS [Jre.^nnlrrt iin inRmbet! silver bonbon di.=.h from the .sorority, By Sue Burnett Here is the marvelous wrap-on style that's so versatile season alter season. Simple to sew with a minimum of fabric and .so easy to wear—just wrap and tie. Pattern No. 8820 is a sow-cite perforated pattern in sizes 12. 14, IG, 18, 20; 40. 42. Size 14. 3\ yards of 39- inch fabric. For (hi.- pattern. ?.enrt 30c in COINS, your n.irnc, addr<\-s- size dr- Eircri. and the PATTKRN XUMiiHR lo Si;e Burnett, C^urirr NP\VP. Zlfi Q';incy St.. duraco. ill. Ba.MC FASHION for ',Vj is Iilird with :<ic.i.=; tn makr your rloi;rie.=. biideet s;n riirlrpr—-time-savins .inri cconnmiral de^ians that are crisy to ."-rw. Gilt pattern printed, inside. 25 crnis, yellow. : Sorority members (ivrelcd UIP iests and awlstcrt in entrrtninlnc. Formine the rpcrlving line was Mrs, Dick Wntwin. Hetn Slmnn Phi City Connc'll pre.^ldrnt, Mrs, Wyntt. ML-S. Robert Llpsi-nmb, Alpha Alpha chapter preside tit; Mrs, W. 11. OKeefe. Alpha Delta chapter president: Mrs. J, C. Drake. 1050 "\Vnrn- an of (he Year," Mrs. P. E. Blnck, nnri Mrs. W. J. Pollard, sponsors of the Alpha Alpha chapter: Mrs. R. C- Allen and Mis. W. S. Johnston, sponsors of the Alphn Delta Chnp- (rr, Earh worn shoulder dcsipns of mnline rnncht by yellow roses, the sorority flower. Glnrtinli ariainjempnlj? and pansy cltislevs lormrri tlie floral backdrop [or the occasion, which was oiutMie l:irpest of t)\e early Spring social whirl. Pastel tone party funds and punch werr served from the Sace laid re- freshnirnt tablp. A Rlenmincr silver Ijowl from which brimmed yellow roses and fern topped the Uble and at- either sirlr stood triple brnnrhcd stiver cai\dclnbra holding canary yellow (npers. Silver lield cladicli rrnrereri tlie buffet, which also waj= illuminated by identical Six- fable HowelhYlovemenL at Hotel Mr.s. F»y EU-hic^on nnri Mrs. FVnnk Gnpshy tonk fir.sf. place honors Saturday aftrrncon in 'he six- table Howpll movrtnent played hy thn Duplicate Rridse Loacne ftt Hotel Noble. Mrs F. E. Black aiul Mrs. C. W. Afflick wnrt frronci hiirh, wliilr third ."core honors went to Dr. W. D, Chambllu, Jr., and Mr.s. Jina Role.ion. Mrs W. D. Henley had as her wnrkenrJ gucsta her daughter, Mrs Ashley Haddlck. Mr. Haddick and daughter ot LiUle Rock. Mrs, Eugene Brown rHiinierl yes tcrdny from St. John's Hospital in Si. I/nils where ulie had undergone major surgery March 19. Her romli tion i.s reported as fair. Her mother, Mrs, A. F Boles of Tyler, Mo. who had brrn in St. Lonii xlth her arcompa nied her home for several weeks visit, Mr. and Mrs. R. K- Davis hail a* fhftr weekend, fjnest-s Mr, and Mrs Kiipenp SkeLJey nf Nafshvillp, Trnn. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wallace ami Ornr ppr-nl 'he ww»Jci?Jid In Tfcrd. MLss.. ar= guests of Mrs Vnllarr'.'. sister, Mrs. J, N. Smith, nd family. LrmK O Nfi?h has rnfurnrrl frnm three day .semi-annual tnrrnna in few Orleans of the exeruiive boa I'd 'f the National Retail Fnrm Fqnip- neiit Awocrlatlon and the lio.irrt of 3 ir PC tors n[ Farm Equipment RP nillnc, Inc.. the association's ma., ipritie, Mr. ami Mrs. Tim Kslrs. and l.uichierN, Misses Robbip anrl Sanr ' fv.M.s. Harold Kroner and -loe lushes sprnt yrM^-rdnv in Mrnv ihls. Mrs. Estffi and dr*uf;lurrs wont 'spprhiHy for the. shower honorm heir daughter ami F-lMer, Mi s Jackie F^tes, v.'ho will hr married April 12 to JPJ*C Hunter I/iml. j __ Mrs. R. L. Ciamr-Ji rotiirnrtJ yrstrr- L day from nyer^bnn:. whne F!IP haci ] C emcjiorfcm Dc//ICGS with her father. Louis, NcV!-- ' hill, who was reportrd rriticnlly ill Mr, Now bill's condition is now much improver! Mirkry Smothermon. ^on rf Max Smotherrnnn r»( Jonpsboro hns returned home after a week's vi^it hrrp as jnicfct nf hK lanuiriparcnU. Mr. and Mrs, R- K. Davis. I ... M U\Hr"^c,K, ^r^" '.nd «- Cou,,e t Ne », C ttM H,«, Mrs. Ony Mil's nutl son, ncnny of Memphis. Mr. nnd MM. Wnnrirnw Hardy sprnt the vrek^ncl hi Memphis fi.s iiursl.s nf Mr. Hnrdy's hroihcr. Ijt Jack Hardy nnd Miss Nancy Wnrl ti. While there, tlii-y nitemiod thr- Tnlya. Okln.. nnd Memphis hasr.bnll Ml', and Mrs. Ran Cnin have if turned to their Memphis home alter hnrlni; spent the weekend hnre as of Mr .nnri Mrs, Jchn Scott. Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Bryant h«» relurliprl from St. Petrnhn 2. rii ti'imrp thcv had Fil-tenfiprl n met t. nf the Amerirnn Uintcrl Life insnranee Coinpany anrt Mr. Bi% ant attended a mnnapor's Hireling. Mr. anrl Mrs. Paul Pryor spent the weekend In SikrsUin. Mo. i uneslJi of Mr. am] Mrs. E. E. Lotah ulri2er. Mr. and Mrs. Iiila* Hiivis nnd rinuchter, Rein G.ill and .'"II. """^ of sikeston. Mo., were the wokcnd Eiicsts of Mr. Davis 1 parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. R K. Davis. Diana Llfwellyn Is Hie name which has been chosen hy Mr. iinrt Mrs .me Bvrarri of Memphis, frr mer Blythevllle resirients. for llv i first child, a dauchter. bnrn Saturday Bfternoon at the Method! t Mnspital. Mrs. Evrard is the former Miss Mnr.v Sue Roe. ^ ipani/.ed Crtlsnriprs, an organizAtion \ composed of young pcnple of the Baptist Church. Other officers named were Harold Perry, devotional vice-nresident; Gerdld Perry Tfttvity vice-president- Carolyn Lynch, social vice-president; PPK- t,v Howen, -soeretnvy. Edwin Webb is ong loader. civnn by O. B. Craven, Training Union; Mrs. Albert Cireenivcll, Womens Traininir Onion; Albert Oreonwell. Brotherhood. W. B. Brown, church clerk, and Cnrtis Miller, treasurer, also made reports. Other business attended to was voting to bliitd n nursery and to call Carroll Evans, a student at Thirty-live, young people we-.e; Onachila Colleen, Arkadolphla as oie=ont at the initial meeting held j assistant to the pastor. The mirspry Monday right at the church. Meet- now occupies a part of the young Ings will he held each Monday nieht peoples departmcnt. for Bible study, prayer and sin^inc The Book of Romans lias bren selected for the beginning study, Eucene Smith, one of the three s[OM>ors, is study Icatier. Other sponsors arc Dwight Anderson and. Joe Bearrlon Sunday School Workers Meet KF:I,WOOD. .MAN w/ —Andrew Mr.Culr.hrnn oeWmM"d his 100th biithdriy at a parly and dnnce. ciiir- iins which lie did a lively slep-diiu::e foi- the auflicnrc. Ife 'Atts born in Arthur, Out,, nnrl came west in 1590. file Sunday School Workers Council of First Baptist Church met Tuesday nipht in the church dininc rnnm with Mrs. Curtis Miller. Mrs. Jim McCullar and Mrs. C. K I.eflwich as hostesses. j n. D. Cash cave the devotional.! -~i'l-!"ji'Jen*"-. of tl'.e various de- p t 'incuts gave report:-: Mr?,. Olen V.'heclciv nurfery: Mrs. nxis-ellt Nash, beginner; Mrs. C. E. Left- sich, primary; Mrs. Brouchton Lovett. junior; Mrs. Phillip J. Deer. intpvmcdlate; Dwicht Anderson. young peoples; Curris Miller, adults. Baptists Mret One hundred thirty four members of the- First Baptist Church '.vci-e present at the jnim prayer- rurch bushier nieetine Wednesday to set a record in atlenoance at! I>llmvxMp Meet.s The Methodist Fellowship met Thursday night in the church din- incr room for the regular montly meeting. C. W, Hall, an employee of Buckeye Cotton Oil Company. »as after- dinner speaker. Mr. Hall, who spent two and one half years in the Phillipine Islands whore he was employed by Proctor and Ramble, showed films of the Islands and of I a tour be :nade to various countries before returning to the States. Included In the dims of the tour were N'lortcHl chmThes, and the ruins of te Colosseum in Rome: the oil industry in tran. the mountains in Switzerland nnd scents in India, tirlliday Party was complimented nn iday Wednesday when Mrs. Stanley Pierce, number of his friends Following the playing Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30o At All Times LAST TIMES TONITB Double Feature lias ! John Pierce liis fiftli binl his mnthor. entertained a at her home. of games, ice 1 cream and birthday cake were served. Guests were Nan cy Crensliaw, Bobby Bledsoe. Ken- snch a rneeli'iK. The Rev. D. B.l l!elh H "ris. Buddy Craven. Bobby Bledsoe. presided, duin? the busi-] Lou McDanicl, Sonny Davis, Mary ness scrsion. I I-"' Wiley, Linda Annable. Jackie In a report of the Sunday School. ' Trammel, Pamela Davis and CHIW. O. Havri, nnnounct'd that tlie avernee Rtieiidancc for the month of March was 245. The goal was ion Roberts. S- 'i ^fak. 3* S i_ Buchanan. hos(es.s. Junior Service Auxiliary has a.m. meetine at Country Chlb. NTr?. At the Hospitals Itlvlhrvllle Hospital Dl.'-ini> rri: Mr? C'.nrliinri Nerdliam. City Mrs. Billy TalkhiEton. Cooter \V. M. I.akey. Rteele Vrrnnn Rny Akin, Cit\ r Mrs. Claude Cooper. Cttv Mrs. Nerlv Klinore, Huffman Hetty Harrinvton. City Walls Hospital Dismi^ert: M 1 .,^. Kar! Stone and haby. City Coming Events Monday Gleaners Cla^s ol First, napli^ Church has 7:30 p.m. mcftini: at i home cf Mrs, .1. P. Friend. Prestiy ma'rs meet at First Presbyterian Cliurch at 7:3(1 pm. BWC nf Trinity Baptist Church meet- at 7:30 p m. with Mrs. Hobby Web I). Wnimn's Auxiliary o[ S! Stephrn'> Kji]sr£)j>al rinnch h:is R pm. mfc:mz al liome of Mrs. E. R M.i- sor,. West Hearn. Tlirsdsy <:harlevoix Chapter nf HAR ha:1 p.m. luurhron mcclnii: at flolcl Noble. East Side Gaidon Chin lias 7:.t(l yi m. uircUni: at I^ike .Street Methodist Church. Mrs R A. nrac. pro- tram chairman anri Mrs W. K. 'is Deen hostc.-s to i Club. Central PTA has 3 p m. Installation of officers at First Baptist Church preceded by Executive Board luertinc. Thursday ' Duplicate Bridce Leamie piavs at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p m. I Elliott Fletcher Chapter of DAC | has 1530 luncheon meelins at Ho-j tel Nohte. Mrs. C. U McWaters rc- ser\-ation cliairman. f:uzrlian Cla.'.s of First Bap!is> Church hns 7:^0 pin. meeting at home of Mrs .loe Atkins- Friday Phebcan Class of Fit si Baptist Church has annual Easter sunrise h^Mast at 1 a.m. nt the Ra?.or- City in Show Business BENTON, Illinois citj' is i.f-—This Southern bgoins? into- show Bcntoji's Council )j,is voted to lease parl of its large public nark to a drive-in theater operator for 0 per cent of pross receipts J years. 'Die operator agreed to uild an outdoor theater and the ,ty agreed to reimburse him for 11 costs except for sound and "reen. DOCCY PLAYGROUND-A I.Hie Gcn, )B n gnl .cAd.fa her net for a "solo" nt a |.layground Gsptvially designed for canme amusement in FrankJurt. Germany. Qi-^tion is' Which ruler is most amused? The park project is aimed at keeping dors oft the city's streets. Mcc/ionicol/y- Minded NEILBtlRO. Rnsk i.T> -When the encine of his rnr fnileri. the motorist lifted the hood to imrstiEAte. Out scooted a bit: cnt, \vhirh hnd heen uedceri in t>etwcen the fan i\nd the pul!e>'. LAST TIMES TONITE Lamps - Pictures Come in real soon and lake advantage of our hifj 20'"> reduction on lamps and pictures.. We have a wonderful selection lo choose from. CLOSEOUT SALE of CURTAIN In nnlcr In niiikc rimm for a nc\v line of morchan- rfi.-ip lhal my hi.irhu.'iy lorntinn rlomantls. I will not handle (.'IMITAINS iiflcr my present slock is HOIK'. I am offering my entire slock, new as \\v\\ us oltl. at a sacrifice, \\hilp and Colored (Ir- (.'•ititiys. Nylon. Orluns and many new st>k v s in I\ilchen anri liallutinm Curtain?. I "ill have, in .1 short lime, a rnmplele stock of THKKK MOrNTAIXKKUS line of early American reproductions. LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP 311 N. Sixtli SI. Hlythc\illr. Ark. Mrs. C. A. llovcv 3\CH^ n -«.|.-': *,\s«^ Also Paramount News & Shorts: "Smitted Kitten" "Hollywood Comedians" 'Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved n 3 oul of 4 cases in doctors' tests! Chances are you're putting up — nnccessarily— with the functionally auscct pains, cramps and weak, "no ood" feelings of menstruation! For, in actual tests by doc tors, Lydia 'inkham's Compound brought com- ylclc or striking relief from such dis- ress in 3 oui of 4 of the qaaesl So cct I.vdliv T.. Pinkhr.m's VocriEihle oiii^ounu — or i'FU' tuitijotfd Tablets u-lth artrtcri Iron. See if—taken ttirou^'n IP month—It, doesn't ^Ive relief fro;n 10-c bnck^chp;;. jit ters—help vmi !"->] Hicr br/orc nnrl tltinny your Prri>«lE Or If you r-ifler from runrtionai "not uhcs-" of "ch:tni:c of lllc." find out how cnde.rfvl Finkham's is for that. 100.' Also Metro News TUES.-WED; Pal Niles 2 For Price nf One WARNER BROS.' —^ - MICHAEL CURTIZ"^»" lii'i j l Contedy ci Car/loon Ritz Guests to See "Red Skies of Montana" Mr. & Mrs. Htifniti Martin & Family Mr. & Mis. Kslat Coat PS & Family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY CLAUDETTE MACDONAID ZACHARY CAREY •SCOTT in ' '., Also Shorts'. "Sliphorn Kinrj'' v ^ "l.ady Marines' 1 RITZ GUESTS Dr. & Mrs. .lack Welih Mr. & Mrs. Floyd A. While 2 YEAR GUARANTEE BRAND NEW 1952 Model VACUUM CLEANER DONT DSLAY WR/7E TQPAVJ FOR Jree HOME DEMONSTRATION NEXT WEEK Our Krprrsrnl.ilives (TO Kvcrvnhrrp in (}, P y\\,\ . South 1426 UNION AVE. M'-'flPHiV H 11. Without obliaalion, I want a FREE Home Demonstration o? your fully guaranteed BRAND NEW VACUUM Cleaner.' J NAME— | ADDRESS- ICITY -PHONt No.-STATE II R.F n f-> LARGEST SFRVtCE SAI.F.S STAFF IX MID - SOT.'TH "Ctiftt DirecH»«w l-AI)

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