The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1952 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 12, 1952
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTT.LK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS * SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1952 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Former Burdette Faculty Member Is Betrothed Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McKown of ENGAGED — North Little Rock have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Vcrna Marie MrKown, to David A, Maxwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Maxwell of PoUsv'ille, Ark. Miss McKown Is a former member of the Burdette faculty. Miss McKown is a graduate of Arkansas State Teachers College in' Con way, where her sorority \va«i Kappn Kappa Iota. Mr. Maxwell attended VfindcrhiR University in Nashville, where he was n member of fhe Sigma Chi fraternity. He was an officer in the Marine Corps During World War II. An early summer wedding Is planned. A shower this afternoon at the J. J. Morgan home wns given in honor of Miss McKown. who Is spending the week end here. At the Hospitals Blythevlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mnrgcry Benrti, City. -Gail Hudson. City. W»lls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Clyde Perry and baby. City, Pretty, Cool Pajamas Miss Vcrna Marie McKown, former BurdeLte faculty mem- jcr, is engaged to David A. JJaxu-cll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Maxwell of I'ollsvillc. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mi s II. L. McKown of North Little Rock. Bits of News Burdette Boy Claims Bride In Hernando Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt fenny of I'nr- nsould announce the mnrringc of tlielr daughter, Carolyn, lo John Villlam EiisU-y. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. ohn H. Etisley of Biirrtctto. 'Hie double ring ceremony v,'i< olemnlzed Aiull 5 in Hcrnnncio, By Sue Burnett If you're the tailored type, you're sure to adore these crisp coat-style pajamas that are so cool nnd comfortable. They Icok so pretty in nn all-over print or rich solid color. Pattern No. 8250 ie a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14, 16. 18 20; 40/42. Size 16, short sleeves. 5 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, ssnrt 30c il COINS, your name, address, -sizt desired, and the PATTERN MUM BER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, III. Basic FASHION for '52 is fillei with ideas to make your clothe budget, go further—time-saving an economical designs that are easy t sew. Gift pattern printed Inside. 2 cents. nt the home (if the Rev, Clnrk, pastor of First Bapst Church in Hernando. Mr. and Irs. L. II, Aulry. Jr., of Burtlelte •ere the couple's only attendants. For her inni-iingo, tlio nrlrte chose navy blue wool gaberdine •ith navy accessories. Her wed orsnge was of white camellias, vhlch she pinned at her shoulder. The bride intended Arkansas State College and is now a member if the faculty at Green County Ugh School. The groom was gnul- mted from Arkansas State College n<! Is now a teacher of Vocational Agriculture at Stanford Hlgll School. The couple is at home iu PnragoulcK ^azorback Scene Of Breakfast The Razor hack ycslrrci«iy of the Kcenci nmuinl Easter Morion Randolph Smith, student at University of Arkansas, is spending the week end with his mother Mr.s. Jewell Smith, Bister, Kay, and grandmother, Mrs. M. G. Goodwin Miss Mary Louise O'Brien of Hly- thevillc, a student at Truvccca Na?,- arenc College, Nashville, is the week end guest o( MUs Pally Wilson at Lynclt, Ala. Mr. nnd Mr.s. George Wjginton announce the birth of their first child, a son, horn yesterday at Walls Hospital. He has been named Rob- j erl CnUoway, Gerald Marr, student at University of Arkansas, is the weekend Sliest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs K. D. Marr. For the past several days, Mrs. Lucy McArfams has been the guest 01 her daughter, Mrs. Tom Miller, and Mr. Miller In Memphis. Mrs. Harvey T. Kicid, Sr, of Memphis Is the holiday visitor of her son, the Rev. Harvey T. Kidr] and family. She will remain through next week. Misses Bonnie nnd Vallima Shcp- parcl, stmlenUs at Memphis State College, are the wet ken 11 guests of their pnrents, Mr, ami Mrs, l>vvvy U'ppard of Dell. Mrs. D, n. Sawyer of Little Rock, president of the Arkansas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and Mrs. Charles Alford, recording secretary of the Arkansas Division of the UUC yesterday were in Memphis as guests of Mrs. E. R- Bewail of Li'xora to attend the luncheon meeting of the William Strong Chapter of the DAR nt Hotel Pcabody. Thursday night, Mr. and Mrs AHcml en- tcrtlnccl with a dinner party honoring Mrs. Sawyer and Dr. and Mrs. Qognii. Dr. Bogan later spoke at the breakfast Rlvoi by the Phcbean class of the First Baptist Church with 27 members present. I tost esses for the occasion were Mrs. Ruby Bogan. Mrs. Myrtle Ut- ky, Mrs. Leatbn Beavers, Mrs. Ruby Veach, Mrs. ['aulne Jost, Mrs. EuLa Damon. Mrs, Loto Culbertson and Mrs, Vesta Ro'-vc-n, Mr, Herman Wnlls snng nnd Mrs. Then Lognn KEIVC the devotiotinl. Tables were arranged in the shape of a cross, with a floral centor piece of purple iris, yellow rows nnd red bud blossoms. Place cards were decorated with miniature pan- slcs. Mrs. t/ignn refirrd as teacher of he clnss due to Illness, and presented with an assortment of plants In a large brass planter. FIVE Gl>NKKATIONS—Slio'.vn in the arms of tier {•Kiat-yi'Eiiirtiuotlicr Ls Ka.n:ii 1.x*e tlasley, 2 months old, who completes a five-generation family, standing (left) Ls her mother, Mr.s. Martha Louise Kaslciy ; her grandmother, Mrs. Hershell Cunningham; (seated, left) her great-grandmother, Mrs. J, D. Berry; jftnd her great-great-gcaiid- . mother, Mrs- Mary Jane Berry, who is 93. Mrs. M. J. Berry has 42 grandchildren and 45 great-grandchildren. (Courier News Photo) )ell Sunbeam Band Hat .aster Egg Hunt Sunbeam Band of the Baptist hurch of Dell was entertained with n Easter egg hunt Thursday after- 0011 on the church lawn. Mrs. Hary Cook, and Miss Martha Crocker, eaders of the group, were hostesses. Thirty one members were in thft unt but Bobby Champan and uletta WIU won prizes. Following the hunt, refreshment* •ere served by the hostesses. BSP Chapter Meets in Home A business session In which plans were made for Spring activities was conducted yesterday hy the Alpha Alpha Chapter of Ucta Slginn Phi at the home of a sponsor, Mrs. W. S. Johnston. The meeting was directed by Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, chapter ^resident nnd (allowing the npeninp ritual plans were made for the Ritual of Jewels ceremony Friday at home of Mrs. Dick Wntson. It \vns nnnounccd that the annual Mother's Day luncheon would! be Riven at Rustic Inn'Mny 10. Mrs. R. H- Watson \vas named vice president of the chupter and will be installed in n crrcuuniy will) oilier Incoming officers this Spring. A progrnm, "Music nnd Art," was later presented by Mrs. R. H. Watson. Mrs. T. A. Folprr. Mrs. -lock Raw!ings and Mrs. Jimmy Suiother- mon. Mrs. Johnston served a dessert course. Birthday Party Given in Home Martha Hardy, who was six yenrs old yesterday, wns entertained with n birthday party nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hardy. Thirty children were present and prizes went lo Margie Rny and Bill Roiisli. -' In the ditiTiij? room, decorated with bulletins, streamers, nnd oilier party decorations, the guests were served birthday cake and Ice crcnm with Mrs. C. A. McDermolt assisting Mrs. Hardy. Masonic Temple. Miss Charlene Armstrong, a student at Linden wood College. St. Charles, Mo., is the weekend guest of her mother. Mrs. E- \V. Nolan nnd family. Muss Lnura Piigh and MLss Clnra Tillman arrived last nlshl from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., lo lie the of their parents, Mr. anil Mrs. C. R. PiiRh of Holland and Mr. nnd Mrs- Erskln Tillman. First Lt. and Mrs. John A. Love announce the birth of a daughter. ye.sterday at BlytheviHo They have two SOILS. Abram nnd Charles Robert. L.I. Love is now fierving in Gerinatiy. Mrs. Marvin Nunn will leave Monday for Washington, D. C., to visit her daughter. Miss Virginia Nunn. En route she will visit other daughters, Mrs. John Walton !;ocke. Jr., find family of Birmlnc;- inm, Ala., nnd Mr.s Charles Morrow >f Chapel Hill, N. C. who will accompany her to Washington for a visit. Misses Margery and Ruth Hale. students nt Sophie Newcomb College. New Orleans are the holiday gnest-s of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hale of Burdette. They also have as their guests M:ss Jo Ann Anslcy of Snn Antonio, S^t. and Mrs. Tommy Tinker, former Blythcville residents. S'it. Tinker participated in Operailons Tuesday Bridge Club. \Yctlnrsilay Lout-horn. Miss Marlon Maye.s of Blythe- vlllc. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Maycs lias bi^en elected permanent president cf the 1S52 grtul- ntiiiK cltif-:* 1 - of Blu McniUain Col- IcRe, Blue MnmUnln, Mlsfl. Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Ore have n.s j $ Mr.s. Herman Besharsc hostess to HU-li Two Club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Chtirlps Langs ton- Mi's. F. E. Black entertaining Wpfir.rydny Club. MUr- Vera Goodrich hostess to Cln Club. ,, , * Town JUKI Coum rv Club meets their wrok end guests Mrs. Occ s t TTIIU-" mother. Mrs. W. B. Hunter nnd AU " mi "' °" °" 1 - U1 mint, Mrs. John Knowlton of Helena. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ford and son, David, of Nashville are, week end f;ucsts cif Mr. and Mrs. Resell Phillips. Tex., Pat WHUam.s of Dallas. Hiss Mnry Pillow Scales of Grccn- wcod, Mfwi, nntl Miss Jane Dogpett of Nnshvlllc, nil students at Sophie Newcomb. Mrs. Hill McClure and son, Allen returnee) yesterday from Fort Hoori Tex,, where they had visited wit) to E. Coining Events Monday ' Trinity Baptist Circles meet— Circle One, Mrs, Willie Maude Kenwright nt 2:30 p.m. and Circle Two. mctinp nt 2:30 p. in. at home of Mrs. C. S, Webb. BWC of Trinity Baptist Church has 7:30 p. m. meeting at home of Mrs. Carolyn Boyers. WesJeyan Service Guilt! of First; Methodist Church has 8 pm. meet-- ing with Mrs. B. F. Scott. First Baptist WMU has 1 p.m. luncheon-business meeting at the church, Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge Lt'Fiyue piays at club at 7:15 p.m. Mrs. Gone Atkinson hosier to Thursday ^frs. H- W, V/ylie hostess Thurjitiuy Contract Club. La Nueve meets with Mrs, R. OiT-en. Mrs. Cecil Ulm hostess to.Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Mrs. C. A, Cunningham entertaining Mid-Week Club. Train-day Ronk club meets with Mrs C. G- Scherer. Friday Executive Board of Woman's Club h;is 2 p.m. meeting at club followed by 2:30 p.m. general session. Saturday • DuplitintE; Bridge League pla^s, al Hctel Noble nt 1:15 p?m. ' ? iGJiTs Auxiliary Meeting In Armorel Baptist Church In a meeting of the Girl's Auxiliary of the Armorel Baptist Church Thursday, sixteen girls were present. To open the meeting, Mrs. Tra Dick son led prayer. A devotional was n ted by Mario Edmonton. Others on the program, "Mis- siomary to Hawaii." were Melba Dixon, Bonny May. Carolyn Mann, Linda Dyer, Barabara Russell, Rose Ann Etimonson, Linda Hurt and Shirley Doodman. .Meeting was closed with prayer by Marie Edmonson. AFTER-EASTER SPECIAL 5°° OFF On AM 17.50, 18.50 and $20 Permanent* $ 2 50 ~OFF On All $10, 12.50 and $15 Permanent* Hair Cut and Set Included at These Prices Browns Beauty Shop Minnie lirown—Inez White 1214 \V. Main Phone 2482 or 3566 Paul Neighbors to Play At Country Club Dance Paul Neighbor nnd his orchestra will present the music lor dance at the Country Club Apr: 22. Tables cannot be reserved, bu dinner will be served. , : Tickets may be secured at thi filubV.Qr^frcm members of the en* Tcrtainment committee. THERE IS NO DEATH Wilh the resurrection of Chrisl death lias forever been deprived of its power over those «vho come to God through faith \n His Son. "0 death, where is thy stini;'.' O (jrnve, where is thy victory? Thanks he lo (Jod which sivelh us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ." God has given Mis believers the victory over death and the c 1 '"^ through Ihe Kiister triumph of His Sou. "I am the Kcsurrection and the Life," says Jesus, "whosoever believeth in .Me shall never die." Through His death in Ihe place of men Christ has paid the penalty for the sins of all mankind, liy raising His Son on Easier morning the Father showed that He had accepted the payment as sufficient. Easier is the certification of Good Friday. And now because Christ died and rose again, (he believer, too, shall rise to live with Him forever. That is why the Christian poet could write, "Tt is not death to die." Christ has conquered death! FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Enjoy Easter with Your Family Have Dinner at the Razorback Drive-In Sixth &- Walnut G. Miossler, I'aslor • KLCN 9:30 A.M. • DIVINE WORSHIP 11:00 A.M. EASTER MENU $ *\ oc I ZO SATURDAY ONLY—DOUBLE FEATURE APPETIZER: Fresh "Home Made Vogetalile Soup CHOICE OF 1 MEAT: j!akcd Young Turkey with Dressing &. Ovrmliorry Sauce Roast Prime Rib of Reef Baked Sugar Cured Ham with Fruit Sauce CHOICE OF 2 VEGETABLES: Candied Yams — Corn O'Brien Buttered June 1'eas SALAD: Deviled Egg in Nest DESSERT: Our Famous Blnckherry Cobbler Your Choice of Drink —Served with Home Made Hot Rolls Razorbacl Driven Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature _PLUS— AT GUN-GRIPS WITH RANGE KILLERS1 •y Davis 'James Whiimore «—-—.Serial: Citptain Video & Cartoon GREETINGS SUNDAY & MONDAY FUZZY KNIGHT Serial — Iladar Man & Carloon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Keafure jiRK DOUGLAS EVT. MILLER • i'iN IV,. i! 4 JiWLS R VvIBBI FELIX FtlSl Selected Shorts: 'Who's Kitten Who" "Off We Glow" Ritz Guests to See "The Big Trees" Mr. & Mrs. Wade Lee Mr. & Mrs. Sonny Lloyd —I'LUS— Also Metro News

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