The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1952 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS J*n« Shelton, Society Editor Jacqueline Estes Is Married InHomeCeremony Now on'« wedding trip to New Orleans and Florida are Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hunter Land, who exchanged nuptial vows Saturday In •"4:30 p. m. ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Land Is the former Mtss Mary Jacqueline Estcs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Temton If. Estra, and the groom Is the son of Mr. »nd Mrs. R. A. Land of Memphis. The Rev. Ray I, Baeley, pastor of - First. Methodist Church, officiated. . .A white satin prle dleu on which the couple knelt for wedding blessing was flanked on either side by candelabra holding white cathedral tapers,, Stately baskets of white gladioli and greenery tied in white satin puffs completed the background. Miss Nancy Estes, sister of the bride, lighted the tapers. She 'was dressed-In an H and K orifiinal in aqua with pink accessories completing her ensemble. Pink carnations r/ere pinned at her shouldter. Serving her sister as maid of honor and only feminine attendant, Miss Bobbie Estes chose a green print .over which she wore nile green redingote with white accessories. A shoulder corsage ol white gardenias was presented to her. Original Suit The.bride, given In marriage by her father, wore an original creation by Javon. The suit In navy, featured large sleeves giving a cape effect with white lining nnd trim. She wore a small navy hat which was also trimmed In white. White gloves and other accessories completed the bride's attire. Overlaying the white Bible, carried by the bride, was a single white orchid .with white lilies of the valley tied fn white satin puffs with knee length streamers. Raymond Levltch of Memphis attended the groom as best man. * For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Estes chose s suit ot navy blue gabardine with white accessories. She wu presented white gardenias for her shoulder. Immediately following the wedding, », reception was given In the Estes home. : Centering the bride's table was * .three tiered wedding calce In » setting of greenery featuring a miniature bride and groom. A dloth of while lace covered the table from which the punch was served. The punch bowl was set In greenery and flanked on each end of the table by burning tapers. . Mrs. Eugene Pinley of Memphis, sister of. the groom/ trid'Mrs. M. 8 Edwards presided «t the table. Out of town guests were Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Flnley, Raymond Levitch, ..Miss Sue /Widener and-Mrs Opal Rushing, all of Memphis. ' ' For traveling,, Mrs. Land chose » suit of pink linen with black accessories. She pinned the orchid from her nosegay at her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Land will be at home In Memphis alter returning from their wedding tripj Mr, and Mrs, Mason Day, Jr., announce the birth of their first child, a son, born this morning in the Baptist Hospital In Memphis. He has been named Mason Day, III, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Jr., were weekend guests of Mrs, Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Bruce of Bcnton. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Franxlln Warth and children, Luclen and Cjuywn, of Knoxville vlsltcti here Friday with Mr. and Mrs, Fletcher King and family. They were en route .o Sikcslon to he the weekend guests ot Mrs. Jimmy Pernell, former Blythevllle resident, and were oined by their son. Airman Frank- In E. V/arlh. or Millinslon. Mrs. .Malcolm Lawrence ol f'ay- etteville and her son, Elicit Lawence ol . Greenwood, Miss., were Sunday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wylie and daughter, Dora Bernice. Dick Held, who is a student at the University of Arkansas was the loliday weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon snent yesterday In Memphis as guests of Mr. nnrl Mrs. Robert Hawkins. They fere joined there by Mr. Mahon'.s parents. Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Marion of Jonesboro. Mr, and Mrs. H. P. Pnrrls. Jr., of kittle Rock were weekend gue.st.s of vlr.s. parris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls had as heir week end guest their son, Tom Walls, who Is attending Vanderbilt University, Nashville. Airman Apprentice Charles 'richard, who Is stationed at Mill- ngton Naval Training Center, Millington, Tenn., was the weekend jucst of his parent-s, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Prichard. Miss Florence Moore spent the EXCIIANGE NUl'TIAL.VOWS—Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hunter Land are shown at the reception following their Saturday afternoon marriage at the home ot the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Temton H. Estes. Mrs. Land is the former Miss Mary Jacqueline Estcs. The couple will be at home In Memphis. (Photo by Taught) New Twist Given To Shower Theme Adding a new twist to the layette siioK'er theme was the party Friday night at the Joe Pritchnrd home on South Highway 61, when Sevv-Simple, So Practical Miss Verna Marie McKown, Former Resident, Honored at Bridal Events Miss Verna Marie McKown, former Burdette faculty member, who will be married in early summer was feted this weekend In Blythc- viile with a miscellaneous shower and breakfast. Miss McKown now makes her home in North Little Rock. Miniature pink, and blue opened umbrella* depleting the shower theme were presented as favors to the 30 guests who attended the bridal shower Saturdiy afternoon. Miss Lois Fields and Mrs. J. J. Morgan were hostesses at the Morgan home to 30 guests. A bridal scene topped the mantel of nn entertaining room In which the guests were seated lor an afternoon of party games. Set Immediately in front of the fire place was a pink and blue adorned umbrella, opened to overshadow the assorted gifts for Miss McKown. For the occasion, the hormrec received In a turquoise nylon trousseau frock studded In rhlncstones. Her accessories were of navy blue and p\nned nt her shoulder wns pink carnations, a gilt of the hostess. A dessert course later was served from the lace-draped dining table which was centered with assorted Spring blooms In pastel tones. A special guest was Mrs. H. L,. McKown of North Little Reck, mother of the honoree. She also was presented white carnations from the hostesses. Continuing the whirl ol pre-nup- tlal events was the breakfast yesterday morning at the home of Mrs, J. F. Owen. Miss MrKmvn nnd her mathcr shared honors at the 9 a.m. informal affair. Floating pan.sies arranger! In cut- glass centered the linen-laid tsiblr from which the foods were served Easter lilies. Iris wid daisies provided the floral backdrop for the event. Raines, Crowell Top Scores In Bn'dge League Game Playing a live-table Howcll movement, Harry w. Halnes and O. S. Crowell Saturday took top honors in the .semi-weekly game of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble. Mrs. O. W.'McCutchen and Mrs W. D. Chamblin won second honors In the game and third place went to Mrs. F. W. Whltncr anrt Mrs p D. Foster. ..•--„ At t fa Hospitals Blylhevlllc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. William Barger, City Mrs, pleas Yarbro. City. Mrs. Jim Self, Osceola. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bills' Hyde anrl baby. Cif Renltn Battles, City Mrs. Geo. Wlginton. City Mrs. Marvin Simmon. Marston Mo. MONDAY, APRIL 14, 1952 Coming Events • Monda/ Baiid Mothers meeting »t high school at 7:30 p.m. BWC of Trinity Baptist Church has 1:30 p. m. meeting at home of Mrs. Carolyn Boyers. Wcsleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church has 8 pjn, meeting with MM. B. P. Scott. : Tuesday Country club Duplicate Bridge league plays at club at 7:15 p.m. Mrs, Gehe Atkinson hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. Wednesday Mrs. Sam Haynes hostess to Hish Tivo Club. Club Eignt meets with Mrs. Charles Langston. Mrs. F, E. Black entertaining Wednesday Club. Miss vcra Goodrich hosier to CIB Club. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs.'J. C. Ellis. Thursday East Arkansas Presbytery of women meet at First Presbyterian Church at 1:30 p.m. Mrs, H. w. Wylie ho.5ts« to Thursday Contract Club. La Nueve mceU with Mrs. R. E. Green. Mrs. Cecil Ulm hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco CUib. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining Mlri-Wcek Club. Thursday Hook Club meets with Mrs C. G. Scherer, Friday East Arkansas Presbytery ol women meet at First Presbyterian Church at 9 a.m. Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at home of Mrs. J. VV, Adams. LaFiriesse meets In the home of Mrs. Everett Peterson at i;3o p.m. Executive Board of Woman's Club has 2 p.m. meeting at club followed by 2:30 p.m. general session. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:15 p.m. Cotillion Club has 9 p. m. dance In Mirror Room of Hotel Noble Mother's Day Suits for Short Woman Are Suggested ~ weekend In Newbern, Tenn., as | preceded by 8:30 p. m. business ses- guest, of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Rollison and son. Bucky, spent the holiday weekend In Wynne with relatives. Mrs. James D. Jefferies has arrived from San Francisco, Calif., :o make her home with her mother, Mrs. Coady Eaton, and sister, Rhonda, while Mr. Jefferies, who is serving In the Navy, Is aboard the APL 30 In Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hyde an- JUnce the birth of their first child, a son, at Walls Hospital Friday morning. He has been named Terry Joe. Osceola News By BF.TTYE NELL STARR sion. Hosts and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cure and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr. Broirnle' Partr Mrs. O. M. Beckam, sponsor for the Brownie Troop 3, Invited the mothers of the 15 girls In her troop for a tea which was given at the Elementary School Thursday. Each child introduced her mother to the group. The tea table was laid In a white damask cover with a cascade arrangement of spring blossoms centering (he tnble. Sandwiches and cakes with punch were served. Ynunps Entertain Ten members of the board of the First Christian Church were Invited to the country home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. B. Young for dinner Thursday night. The dinner was followed by a business meeting. Dutch Iris and tulips were used In profusion throughout the Youns home. Family Reunion, Egg Hunt Given in Forshee Home Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forshee entertained at their First street home yesterday with a combined family reunion and Easter egg hunt. Following the buffet meal, the afternoon was spent in hunting eggs and Informal entertainment. Included in the guest list were Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Forshee of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Deward Harris and Mrs, Maxie Forshce and daughter, Kay, of Dell and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Polf of Oosnell. LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G, C. DRIVER Canada Builds Jet Airfield in Ontario NORTHBAY. ont. OT)— Some 600 workers and about la million dollars are being used to carve Canada's first all-weather jet air station out of a 60,000-acre plateau three miles northeast of here. The giant station, is expected to be completed late this year will become a permanent link in the de- far-flung north- fense of Canada's crn approaches. 19 men gathered to honor Frank Blue. John H. Storey was co-host for the occasion. Spring hlooms decorated the rooms In which the evening was spent in playing clomfnoas and canasta. After Mr. Blue had opened the sifts, the hosts server! refreshments. 8552 3-8 jn. By Sue Burnett Adorable warm weather clothes for the fandpile .set — scalloped iress and panties lor sister; short or long overalls suitable tor a boy or girl. Patten No. 8552 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sie,5 2. 3, 4. 5, 6 8 years. Size 3, dress. Hi yards ol 39-inch; panties. S yards; overalls I'H yards; short overalls, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c Ir COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue BurneU> Courier New 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION (or '52 is tilled with Ideas to make your clothes budget go further—time-saving and economical dejjigns that are easy to sew. Gift pattern prinwd inside. J cents. AFTER-EASTER SPECIAL $coo 5 LAST TIMES TODAY On All 17.50, 18.50 and $20 Permanenrs On All $10, 12.50 and $15 Permanents Hair Cut and Sc( Included at These Prices Browns BeauSy Shop Minnie lirown—Inez White 12U \V. Main I'honc 21S2 or 3566 QRR DOUGLAS EVE MILLER- PATRICE WMORE ,13! * JAMES R. WESBt FELIX*F'DS1 —PLUS— Paramount News and Selected Shorts: "Who's Kitten Who "Off We Glow" The Tl.C.A.F. moved In last September and has been carrying out training operations. P.T.A. polds Meeting *, The,Luxora Parent-Teachers Or- ganiztion held Its monthly meeting Wednesday at the school cafeteria, with forty-one members and guests present. During the business portion o! the meeting, Mrs. John Thweatt, ^association president, announced that the annual summer roundup for pre-school children would be held April 30 at the school. The school vLsual program, underwritten by the P.T.A. revealed that four children had been provided with eyeglasses at a cost of *50, and the organization voted that amount additionally to equip four more needy and Jlnancally unable students before school is out in May. Officers to serve the organization next year, as recommended by the nominating committee, were unanimously voted as follows: vice-president, Mrs. William Johnson; secretary, Mrs., W. B. Tate; treasurer, Mrs. Bowen; Thompson. The selection of 41 president was postponed until the Miy . meeting. The program was presented by Mr. W. P. Ellis, principal ot the Victoria school, who spoke on "Our Country's Need Today for Better Citizens." Room-count attendance prize.' were won by Mrs. Wilkin'.s second grade and the eleventh grade. Personal* Mrs. Charlie Watson entertained her daughter, Miss Jean Warren with a birthday party, held at the flowers adorned the ballroom, where twenty five guests danced and participated In party games for the evening. Mrs. Watson was assisted in serving by Mrs. W. A. Carter and Mrs. Sam Ingram. Mr. and Mrr. I. M. Castlio and their housegiiest, Mrs. J. W. Dolen, Mrs. Castlio's mother, of Memphis, spent last week in Hot Springs! for San Diego. Calif., where he intends to make his home. Lewis Ingram, member of the Air Force, and stationed »t Lake Charles. La.. Air Base, is spending the Easter week, end holidays with his mother, Mrs. Sam Ingram, and family. Jimmy, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramey of Chicago, has been visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard, for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Fardeecey, Jr., of Alexandria, La., have been visit- Ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fardeecey, Sr., lor the past several days. Counterfeit Currency Found in Singapore SINGAPORE «>) _ Counteract Indonesian curcncy, Imported into Singapore from Java, Borneo and Sumatra Is being bought and sold In the colony. This became when a Chi- -« =-• *.*« -j vi. HI i ic AJiuwii wnen a \jni- C. P. Crawford. -Jr., left last week | nese was charged in court with ,. c._ ™— „-,:, ...,.._. __ ,_ I havmg so]d 5() fake IndoneE ,^ notes to an agent of the Indonesian consulate general. An Indonesian consulate official said the notes were printed on inferior-paper, In black ink Instead of grey, with 3 blurred landscape and no watermark. Holiday for Irish Will Be Twin Event DUBLIN. (.«—St. Patrick's Day t-March 17—is one of Ireland'^ three big 'holiday's!' The others «re Christmas and Good Friday. Although both a legal and religious holiday—it honors the saint who converted Ireland to Christianity—the celebrations resemble those in-the United States on the Fourth of July, with parades and political speeches. Irish pubs are closed on the three holidays, snd in all the length and breadth of the Emerald Isle there's but one place to legally toast its patron saint: the Apple tor Teacher Okayed by Board MOLIME, .m. KV-Is It all right to give the teacher an apple? The Moline Board of Education says it is, providing the teacher has no hand In collecting money to pay for it. That's the gist of a new rule being written into the redrafted rules and regulations of the board. Legion Hut Monday night. Easter Annual Dog Show at Bell's Bridge i decoration patterns and spring outside Dublin. AT LAST SCIENCE HAS THE ANSWER ... 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