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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
Page 4
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MGE FOUR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS'' THTTRSDAT, SFTT. 4, Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4'i Fiorine Lucas Is Married to Missourian Here The wfddinir of Miss Fiorine Micas, daughter, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kv- erett Lucas to Thomas Vimon. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Etld Vlnson of Hi. Louis, Mo., was solemnized Satin- j day »l the home of the bride's parents at 1901 West Vine. The Rev. T. L. Lewis ofiichuccl at IJ-.c 4 p.m ceremony. Mrs Hor.-h"! Craf'fl atUMKlorl lir-r sister an matron of honor. »nd Ivan Vinfon. In-other of Die eroom was The chojr: for her mcirrlni;e. a blue nylon over tnftoui, with \\'V,iU' accessories. A inception wns held at ihe home, after *ho certmonv. A -ivedcUng ci^e. flnr.kcd by ptmcli howls, was on Uie tabie overlaid \vlill Inrc. Mixed flov.i-rs wi-rc used about the living room. Out-oMmvu guests were Mrs. Ethel Vinson, and daughters, fiar- b.ira mitl Hetty Jo, Ivan Vinsoii, Miss June Ncehans of St. Louis. After n brief wcddliw trip, the couple will return to St. I fliiis lo make their home, where Ihry both are employed. The bride nVtcwie.o Blytheville High School. I:,\<;.U;KI) — Miss Knljy Hall will wott Gilbert K. Kis- lier, it WHS siii- n on n ceil today by t li e liridc - o!ocL's p a re n t s, Mr. and Mrs. 1). 10. Hall. He is tlio son of Mrs. Frccla Hi.slicr. Plans for tlicir inarriiiiro, are not complete ami will bo announced tutor. Club Dance it > p.m. M HoM Noble are Mr. and MM. R. K. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Halscll, *nd Mr, and Mrs. R. E. Green. Executive board of Central PTA ha.s < p.m. meeting with teachers at the home of Mrs. Hfvdlcy Hayes at 1008 Pecan. Wednesday, Sept. 10 Deltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has meeting at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Coming Events ! Thursday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi executive board meets at home uf Mrs. T. A. Foltfcr at 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge .League plays at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. Eugene Brown is hostess to Thursday Rook Club. FrJdiiy ' Dorcus Clnfcs of First Baptist ft i o L. I tr j ChiiK-h Is entertained nL 2:30 p.m. Rural icho °'* Need by MIS T, H. H;iynes nt home of Help from Government Mr.s. Huvell C. j-'arr. Horcnri Bible Class of the Firsti NRW YORK UP) A teachers con- PrcfibyterJan Church hns 2::tO p.m.; ference meeting at, CoLumtna Unlint'fMm: with Mr.s. C. M. Gray at vcrsity hfis called upon state RO\'- 102ft Muln. Mrs. J. P. Pride is co-• eminent s to adopt tax programs hostess. | thru u til provide a sound and ade- PTA Kfhort] rjf Information Is ro'cjiiati? education for country chil- be held iit l-'ir->l Methodist, church' dim as well as city children. nt 9 sun, j Tim 115 educators included rural Siilurd.iv : t^;ichfT.S clirUrtct siiiifi'inloudents, DnpilriiLp b: ,-i afternoon giiinc Hi; nnd repre.seiilittLves froth touchers' the Hotel Nnhlc*. j rumens find state departments of Hosts ami hostesses (or University education. -/It ZJlu ~J4o6)italt f) BIytlitvlll. Ho«plt»l Dismissed : Wallace Ford, Holland Jim Ix)ve, city G. A. Morgan, Manila Mrs. Alva parrlsh, City- Walls Hospital Ut'nil.'sed: Mrs. Jim Flanagan, City Mrs. T. A. Hernandez. OsceoU Mrs. H T Lewis, City Mrs Oscar Elliott. Jr., City Tasmania was first discovered when two Dutch ships under Capt Abel Taxman were driven onto the coast by Rales in UH2. at Hays Store Hughes' Honored At Dinner-Bridge Given in Home A dinner-bridge complimented U. and Mrs. Ross D. IMiehes of Wichita Palls. Tex., last night, at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry A. Halnes. »'hen 18 of their closest friends at. tended. Lt. and Mrs. HiiRhcs arc visiting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. D Hughes, Sr.. Miss Nancy Hughes of Memphis was also among the guests. An old-fashioned bouciuet center«d th« table which held the outlet dinner. Mrs. Hnlnes used other lummer flowers 'throughout her home. After dinner, the guests were entertained with an evening ot bridge, »nd Lt. Hughes won high score for wien. Mri. Robert McHnncy won high score for the women, and ,Mr. »nd Mrs. Johnny \\nillc tied for Vldgo. Preceding dinner, the group Bath- wed at the Harry W. Hainre home for » cocktail parly. Oryttal »nd silver epergne held a J»rg« arrangement of snow while thrjonthemums Interspersed with tuba roses, and was placed on Hie dlnlnc room table. An unuma* itudf of cala Illy leaves were in F tall crystal container. Hall to Wed Gilbert Bisher Mr. and Mrs. I). E. Hnll nnnnlince , Deen etnployed by Dr. lion Smith, j the eiiuiistmciU ami approathinl! j A!so „ j, rat ] L]il | c of |ji vl i, ( . v il!e imrrlnijc of their^lite,-. Miss ; ui ,, M S[ . hnr ,,_ Alrlllull Bi <.i lrr is , low Rubv Jo Hall, to Airmail Kccosul . ,, , , „ Claw Gilbert E. Hlsher, M,IX ot Mrs.; f !',°" ct ' "' , FnrbI>s AIr llurce Base ' Prcdn Hisher. | ' J opcka, Kalis. Miss Hall Is n crrullinle of lily- | I'lans for their mar riai;c will nn- lhe\'ille Iliyh Sebool, and has sin;e [ noiinceri nt a Inter da'e. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Bits of News Wo*4 Dr, Pniiik LnckrHL of Helena, .sjicnt Ihe v/eck ciiti with his mother, Mrs. ,1. A. Luckclt nnd slslcr, .Miss Luckctt. E B Gee, Jr, and Rupert (Bu^ic) Crntlon attended the Kappa Sigma, rush pnr[,y nt Hot Springs Mr. and Mrs. Ernest HnLseU. Mrs. Welch Foster nnd Grnhnm Siuibury. Jr., went by plane yesterday to Lit- THURSDAY & FRIDAY Wayne-he ley Klnor find K. B. Gen. Jr. Mrs, Hen VJny;iid in" Citpe Girai-- dean Is tht 1, of Mr. and Mrs. r:. FJ. G<ji\ They were nil In Memphis yesterday, Air. iiiul Mrs, Hf-rshrll ("Jar tier li»vi! its thrJr liou.Sf'^tir.sls Mr. nnd Mrs. Uoyil Wlllilord and daughter Shirley nnn Mrs. Albert Slark-s, all or Kan Antonio, Tex. Mr. nntl Mrs. Alex Curtis announce the hirlb nf n daughter at Wnlls HnspUal Sinitlny. She has Wen named KMRSUI Bern ire. Mrs, Curtis Is the former Mls-i Mary [ Knt her ine rto. c c. The Curtis' have | two other children, Marc nnd Kitty. Mrs. Mor^iui FiilU-r returned to.] her lio]ue in Oxford. Miss., after ^<£*«'^x>i: i . >Al i . ._ .v-'Ck.^.. •J.JV^f.V&tfs _ •* AC../ Mie BratKsn-Mrui Gaynoi • louis Catai 'Isalsa Babw 2a Paramount News fie Selected Shorts: "Law & Audrey" and "Pardon Us Penguins" Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission flc & 3(Jc At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TE Pal Nights 2 Admitted I'"or The Price of 1 DOUHLK FEATURE • Plus • tie Rock to hear Gen Dwight KIs- visLUnj? lu-r mister, Mrs. Eci Boren t ehhowcr sneak. 1 !'»d her orotlicr. Klnirr Rniidcrs of H, H. Houchlns flrrlved home ycs- tcrc3ny from (ircrn Acres Farm »t FnUon, Mo,, where lu: spfnt the Dell. She nl5D viMte'l other relatives in siiri'ouiuiing connti unities, Mrs. J. A. B:ut^hnum of Marfinn, Ariz, is th'» gne*t of her Oaughler, Mrs, R:ts i of Dell. Mrs. Tiloycl Williford. nnrl danch- week. The'condition of Mrs. F. D. Un- ricrwootf IR reported impfovt'd She hn.i now been removed to the home 1 tor. Mrs Allirvt SUvks, Mrs. Her- of her dAii^htcr. Mr.s. H. If. Houeh- j shell Garner nucl clauglitcrs. and ins. . I Mfcfl Jiinc Frpcmon .spent ycstcrdny Condition ot Dr. D. C McLean. | In Mnnphls n^ the pue-ts of Mr. who Ls a piitfcnt in Walls lin.sjnial , iun) Mr.s, Kauivnrt! Garner. RITZ GUESTS Mr. ar>;! IMrs. Herbert Chtlds and family iMrs. Louise Strocke Air. and Airs. I*. [/. I.Of-Kii'S and fiimily Air. ami Mrs. K. li. Thomas ml °P en ^ :0 ° P- m - Show Starts ml Dusk. 2 S'IOHS Every Night Dessert-Bridge Given for Club Mrs. ICemper Bniton was hostess yesterday to members of the High Two Bridge Club at Her home when three guests played bridge will 1 ihe members. Guests included Mrs. Elbert Johnson, Mrs. John Burnett, and Mrs. B. A. Nelson. Mrs. Bruton decorated her home •wiih an tvvrtmvm scene. Lale summer flowers were used at intervals In the living room, and autumn leaves decorated the nnpklns find bridge tallies. AEter a dessert course was served, the group spent the afternoon In playing bridge and winners were Mrs. Dick Watson, high, Mrs. Snm Haynes, second high, and Mrs. Bernard J age ere won the traveling prize. following o stroke. Is reported to lie unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Herman CnrKon' Dr. mul Mv>, J. X. Oxnuin of-Short Hills. X. J. announce the birth of n -son. .luhn Qrni^. Ani;. 28 nt Over- have moved hack here following his : look HospiUU.Snmmit. N. J. Ihry dischnrge from the nniiy. He is a j huve thn '° otn^r children, Uavui. captain and wcu stationed nl Fort - Siisnn and Kirphen. Mrs. Oxman .s gin i Mic former Miss KatJHTlnc t-ircar. ... ' iliiufflUrr of Mr. and Mrs. Cicorgc Mr. nncl Mrs Jim nhlcl have „ 0[ ,,, vUwvillc . moved lo New Albany, Miss. 'Iheyj Mll!s) , lt)man • Elvvyn C(lW , V( , u Mt loc!ny fdr tltc Navnl Acnck'iny in An,, , „ , , „ i nupoli.-, Mel., after spencllnj: a Mr. nnd Mrs Atibiey Conwny nr- „,„„„,... vr , rill i, )n vvith ( lls p:lrt . n , 5 , nvctl liomc yoslrrtlny from Long J]r „,,., „,.,. A E CMv!e i\. He was !!™^; ' ' C tllCi " S " l> ' 11 "' C ••>™>m>!nm'i[ l>y Mirisliiimiaii R:iy ' " S Mf:,Mi;':vr nf Montrrcy. Calif, who formerly tnadc their home Clilckasawba Avetuie. Among students nt the tlnivt-rsi- mong suens n te lnvt-rs- s ll( , [ , u , l.y of Arkansas who left today to : '[^ 1Vi . r y resume their studies were'lS | ' " ' _J_ ' ll( , [ , u })is for the Phillips. Jr., I'err.v Rothrork, Marlon Smith, nuzzle Crafton. Shir- ' Ri\icl Coilrln News Clnsslliecl Arls Layette Shower Given in Home i Mrs. Pjintord Tomlinson was , a^z^in coir-vUniGtited hist nu;hi \\i\h •• a l.'.ycti? shower at the home of • .Mrs. E'Jith Porr:;enlcr. with Mt?.s ', Evniyn TomlinMin. co-hoste/-?. ; In (he p^.rty camps played. Mrs. ; Johnny C:;rie. Mr*. Boycl Tomliiismi, : RT '1 M TN Er; t y Lnu Po' t .s won M :< n cl Jli'.vcr- centered the taljl^ 1 th ! Viplci party Inocls aud ic^d C'-l-Tjf- Lo'An zw !it.s \vere Mrs. C*i=c!i? ant) Mrs. C^ov^ia KIJFO of Li '.':-h\ ille auci ArV.^. Pnits and Mrs. H. ,-V.ory o! Elef'e. Club Eight- Entertained Here Mrs. O;ro Scrape enter tailed TT.C i::bfr> ol the Club FJtht yc-^ter- dsv at hrr home when Mrs. S. C. Ortrius WRi> a Rtitsl p'avrr. AftfT the hostr.-s had scrvtd a dc.^rrt course, \Ut* aUmioon was 6pr-tit in ploying bridge. \Vir.ners in ponies \vere Mrs. G, O. Poctz. who won fir^t place, anti Mrs. Chnrlei L:iiigs:on, who took second nnd bridgo. THURSDAY & FRIDAY L ADD s s in action ... in Jh& war-lorn Medi Jon... Vy Jilerranean! -\ A "7 KASHA . . . the costlier look in rayon fabrics. Simply beautiful and looks like imported light weight woolen. I'in-fuckcd Ijodice and the extra full skirt separated by a wide patent belt. Kitfcn soft with a luxurious drape and feel. Thistle aqua, Smoke pink, New gold, Desert beige, Down grey. Sizes 7-15 i95 Also Cartoon FRIDAY & SATURDAY FUR* __ Plus— 1^' l^r.0 ' ns | iMitdiEllLeisenitoto «^ fr*Sr* 1, nfta *>Vlt ^|| *r\ Pnrtd 1, »TKH lini i&ZSc- •' &*•;_ i'^lARUE-y^rSTJOHN fa ^U \^ s: "Bombalera" and "Haunting We Will Go"] Serial: The Tigerman Also Cartoon JUNIOR xiptrsE f' { f^ ! \ beloved /: v^—.h \ cufF-link-^, s classic ' Betty Black Is 1 Hostess to Club : Mif-s Barbara Nfonaahan was a gu(.-t 01 NMss Belty Blnek ye-^icr- rifty -.vhcji she entertained members or the CIR Club. Zmnia. 1 ! ntid ether mixed Mowers V.LTC u.Td to center the tables from which she served a dt-wrrt co;ir?e before 'urisL'i; ganies vcr-re pl.iyc-d. Wiimf-rs were Mrs. H. X. Xunu. first, Mrs. Tobcrt I. 'ihomp.on. sec- ohd and Mrs. Kichaid T. Mills, brldgo. in combed broadcloth 198 F.i\-orite bloiisc-tmic to full, slim or plcAtixt skirts. A bigli-lou r collar and cufl-linVcd sliwtic sleeves prove tint good taste knows no price 1,11;. Ever lovely, ever \\asli.ililo combed colton l)[0:i(lclotliin to\\i\ darks ant! country pastels. Sizes 30 to 40. Same Style In Long Sleeves - 2.98 BE CAREFUL with young feet LOOK for IUXI8U SHANK illOES F0» GDIS AND lOYi \Vii» por«nti.,.pu) your Iruit H l*;r-BOHE5 ,>-o.,...J.p, n d en Ik.:.>!. ,kor.V I, b.nd wilk ( 1iirU footiupt wh»n lh*v run. R«- m<m!>ir...lA.Zr-IO|IES ika.< am wnlintJ to thty won'l rgb or pirvtM III.i I'i 1°»-*.1.C.[>.I ... lit) Si>., in,i. <-*.«.c.D,t . . , i«u WHIM ro toix 10* it!Y eoifif! revii nut IHIM M < N S Cl S H O E S HI Good ShtiCM Kt llnsierj Fathion Academy Awortf to, I9JJ a moon-time charmer Crisply rustling nftcr-fivc favorilc. Flallcrinp liodice issiifs (orlh into a billowing sVdrt. Yarn <!yc<) tpdtla, in W.ick, brown, or navy . . . froslcd wilh while late. Siiea 9 lo 15. 95 Air Conditioned we DELIVER 200 E. MWN ST.

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