The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 8, 1952
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR '—•' Pat Mullins, Society Editor (ARK.) COURIER NEWS euti Phone 4J61 Wedding Rites Conducted in Hernando, Miss. Miss Gladdola Hedge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hedpe of Promised Land, became the bride of Buford A. Hopper, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hopper, also of Promised Land. The 3:30 p.m. ceremony was officiated by the Rev. M. C. Whitten in Hernamlo, Miss., AIK. 30. at the Hernanrto Baptist Church. The bride wore for her marriage. a waits length gown of the aqua net over aqua satin, and while hat. Her other accessories were also in white. Attending the bride and groom were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. West of .Promised Laud, Mrs. West Is a sister of the groom. Mr. Ho,ij)er attended Blyiheville Schools and is now engaged i farming ai Promised Land, wher the couple are at home. Martha Lorrene Shedd Is Bride Of Gerald Leo Donner of Manila University Club Dances at Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Russell H, Farr. Mr and Mrs, R. E. Green, Mr. and Mrs Melvin Halsell were'hosts and hos tesses for the University Club clano which was held at Hotel Noble Mir ror Room Saturday night. Using a red and white color tcheme. a football and back-to- school theme was suggested by. the drawings on mirrors, miniature footballs, and goal pasts. Used 01 the refreshment table was a red and white centerpiece. Among out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Puryear, and •Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lowe of JJincs- boro, Mr. and Mrs. Richard C Murphy of Caruthersville, Mr. and Mrs Charles Crigger, III, who are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Crigger, Jr., and'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nunnelce of Memphis. Indispensable For iWomen FQ8 LARGER SIZES By'Sue Burnett Perfectly suited to a busy fall season is the slim skirt that does wonders in stretching your clothes budget. This handsome style is rie- -signed especially in women's sizes Pattern No. HS73 is fi f ivi-_rjie perforated pattern In waist sizes 2s" 30 39 inc'h 3? ' M ' S ' Ze 3 " : "'' i ' ardS °' For this pattern, send Two Guests Meet With GEO Club Mrs. Joe Evrard of Memphis and Mrs. Randall Hawks were guests of the GEO Club, when they were en- lertained by Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr Thursday. Mrs. F.llis used zinnia centerpieces and server! a dessert course. ' Winners of the bridge game were Mrs. Frank Stay high, Mrs. J. W. McHaney, second, and Mrs. Hawks, bridgo. Bits of News If lost fy Mrs. Elkins Is Hostess to Club Mm. J. E. Elkins Friday entertained members of the H .and T. Canasta Club, at her home. Miss Elizabeth Lutes was a cuest of the club members, for the afternoon. Mrs. Elkins cental-eel hrr card tables with ;=mall bouQuets of zinnias, and served party foods and iced drinks before the games. Miss Lvites won first hlzh and Mrs. Harold Koonce took second. Miss Sarah Harrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Harrison returned yesterday to Arkansas Polytechnic College In Ru.ssellville, where she will continue her studies as a freshman. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1052 Coming Events . Monday Gleaners Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. E. H, Brown. Tuesday Mrs. Marvin Hall is hostess to members of H and T Club. Girl Scout Lone Troop Association meets at 7:30 p.m. at Little House. ^Duplicate Bridge League plays at Swim Suits Need Proper Care Country Club. Mrs. Cleo Laneston of DcKalb, New Liberty Women's Missionary Miss., is spending several days here i Union of the Baptist Church meets with Waters is spending several days here ! Un her children, Mrs. c. L. Me- ! ' or Mrs. G. o. Poctz. and Charles Langston and their families'. Miss Patsy Bartholomew left this morning for Blue \fountaln College at Blue Mountain. Miss., for her Girl Scouts Meet Tomorrow Night . ., sophomore year. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, o. C. Bartholomew. Murray Kmart. .Jr.. returned this morninB to Tulane University atj .\'f T Orleans, where he Is a sophomore. Murray is studying architecture. Delano R, McMillin. a sophomore student at fndiana University at Bloomington, Ind.. will be one of 88 students who will assist in the orientation program /or ne\v sludcnts entering next week for the first time. Among student* at University of Arkansas. Frank Wagner. Jr., Pnt i Burks and Larry Lutz. left Friday, ! tc return for rush week. All are program. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club, meets at club house. Mrs. Russell Simpson is hostess to N N. Bridge Club. Alpha Delta Chapter of the Beta Sigma Phi has 8 p m. meeting at Barfield Mrs. Billy Gene Barnes. Wednesday DMtom'an Chapter of Delphian Society has meeting at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Dogwood Home Demonstration club has semi-monthly meeting at club house. Airs. S, c. Owens entertains Club Members and leaders of the Girl Scout Lone Troop Association will hold a 7:30 p rn, meeting tomorrow 1 " ' ' '^; niiiht at the Girl Scout Little House. ] mpmbCTS o' Kappa Sigma Fratern- During this, their, first meeting of he marie for in the cam- Mr. and Mrs, OcrnM I>« Dormer In a ce/emony performed at fl yesterday momma at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Miss Martha Lorrcne Shcdrt, daughter of Mr. nnrt Mrs. I. D. ShetUI and Gerald Leo Donner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Donner. were married. The Rev. Amos E. Enderlin officiated over the exchange of vows. Forming the background for the wedding parly, were four baskets of white chrysanthemums, which were ! interspersed with cathedral candles in wrought iron candelabra, A white satin prie dleil stood in front of the altar. Frances Sins-ton, organist, and Bobby Lynn White, vocalist, presented a program of nuptial music. The vocalist's selections Included 'Ava ^.Taria." and "Our Father." Miss Prelda Shedd served her sister r.s maid o( honor, bridesmaid was Mrs. Wayne Tnylor. and jun- or bridesmaid was Diana Donner. They were Identically attired In ilue net over taffeta gowns. The til! skirts were ballerina length ind featured fitted bodies. They vorc Juliet caps of matching colors and carried colonial bouquets of pink carnations with maline puffs. The bride wore for her marriage. gown of pure white chantilly lace ver bridal satin, with a. low scalloped neckline. The sleeves were long nd came to petal points over her hands. OranRe blossoms held in ilace her fingertip veil of illusion. She carried a shower bouquet of tcphanotis centered with a single vhltff orchid. Mr. Donner served his fon as best nan. and ushers included Alvln Duclo.s of Osccola, and John Horn- bcrger of Manila. Mrs. Shedri wore for the marriase of her daughter, a gray crepe and lace pown with black accessories and pinned piuk mums at her shoulder. .Mrs. Donner was dressed in creen embroiderer 1 , taffeta with white accessories. She was given a corsage of yellow mums. ing the ceremony, a recep- . - i.....*...,, .>vjiu juc in • vi«,.»v mi; int: i n I'liiony, a r COINS, your name, address, size dc- j 'ion was held nt Hotel Noble punch. and Mrs. Max H. Isaacs presided at the silver coffee service. The. couple departed for a wending trip after the rccinion. Dinner Party Honors Guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Affllck, Jr., entertained at their home in Steele, Saturday night, for Lt. and Mrs. R. Ihe season, plans will the work to be done ini; year, and a schedule fur meet- Ings will be planned. H. O. Partlow will enter the Methodist Hospital in Memphis to- i day where he will undergo major | Eight with dessert bridse. Mrs. Richard T. Mills "is hostess to • members of CIB Club. Deltonian Chapter of Delphian ; Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Thursday t Executive board of the Jiminr ; High Parent-Teachers Association has 9:30 a.m. meeting at home of i Mrs. Fred Saliba. Burrtette PTA has first een-ral meeting at the school at 2:30 p.m. with L. H. Autry, guest speaker. Mrs. Charles Afflick Jit , City nivlhevillr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. A. C. A-shabranner Mrs. John Fill. City Barbara Heran. West Ridge Jran Blocg. specie Smith Bracken, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John and baby, City Mrs. Paul O'Neil and baby, City Kathy Lynn Jones, Rt, 2 Edward Tlmbcrlake. Cooler Mrs. Charles Talkington, Steele Mr.s, Efigar Cain and Baby. City Mrs. Marion Gay and baby. City. Huffman Girls Meet in Home Miss Patty Hughes was hostess Friday niph! lo members of the - -.. entertains surgery tomorrow. Mrs. ' Partlow ; "^"j "' r^v^ v, plans to be with him through Wed- ) Mrs T \v Goforth ™ *' Uh ' le ,? ay ~ „ i D "P»™ l e Bridge League plavs at Drs. Orlle Parker and Don Smith ! Hotel Noble. " are in St. Louis, attending the American Dental Convention. Both doctors are located in the Huilriing and will resume practice on Friday. Mr. and Mr.s. Bill Nunnelee and. daughter, Deborah of Memphis! spent, the week end with Mrs. Nun- j p a rkina 4 By At.ICIA HART, NEA Beauty Kdjfnr If you are a Jate-in-the-season swim-suit shopper, you will find the current water fashions delightfully glamorous, and available in a wide i variety of styles, | Surf-happy jewels are one of the ; highlights, but they are not to be outdone by the feminine pastel organdy suits that feature tiny eyelet embroidered ruffles tucked onto the p.intie-.s. Suit materials of rayon taffeta nylon, laslex, dynal, orlon, colion boucle knit, rteriim. seersucker—and even orpandy—are coupled with featherboncd bodices, inner bras and elastic trunks. Once you've found your ideal suit make up your mind to keep it looking sleek and new. It can be done, too. if you realize the care of a s'.\im suit emails more than grind- in!: it into n tieht wad and flingin" it Into a beach has. Tiny sand granules hidden in the crevices can injure and cut through the fibers. Furthermore, perspiration, sun lotions, chlorine and salt left in the fabric may damage the color or material. Always rinse vour suit out in clear water at the beach, and if possible, roll it carefully in a clean lowcl As soon as you reach home, wash your suit in lukewarm soapsuds. Don't rub the material together lo remove dirt stains. Use a small brush on these spots and work with ihe grain or weave of the fabric Rmsc, shake well to whip out the Shortage of Social Work May Become More crease.s and pin the suit up to drv Hang fitted garments Inside out and full-skirted ones by the trunks And while you are sudsing y 01]1 ! swim suit, don't overlook your re lated beach accessories. Care durin» the summer will keep your play clothes seasons perfect condition for come. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 3<Jc At All Times f-AST TIME TONITK MONTREAL f/Pr—Current short- ape of trained social workers may become even more acute in the near future because enrollments in Miss Vera Goodrich is hostess t 0 | Canil dian'schools of social work are members of GEO Club Frlday Webb Mrs. Jack Webb Is hostess i members of the LaFmc&e Club riclec's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barnett of Burdete. had a-s their week end guests their daughter. Mrs. James L. Cooper, and Mr. Cooper of Oklahoma City. Graham Partlow leaves tomorrow lo re-enter Law school at the University of Arkansas. He will he accompanied by Bob McGinnis of Marianna. Alan Bern' Is In Mississippi visiting his grandmother, Mrs. P. W Berry at Prentiss and friends in j ,\i rs Kathlene Thomas — ....... ~f iiiBi".. '"i 01. aur: mis. K. rs o e ,\i rs Kathlene Thomas bas = t hnr D. Hughes of Witrhila Falls. Tex., i Huffman Young Women's Auxiliary guests her daughter Mrs IRVf and memlii.™ of ihn tow,™, (-.i,,v, ' of (he r^nti.t nh,,,w, ' Vivian Dotison. Maxine Nelson. Co- nntl members of the Kibitzer Club ] of the Baptist Church. and their husbands. ) Those who took part on the pro- Dinner was served on the porch. I eram were Misses Barbara Hughes. which was decorated with a yel- " " low color scheme. To center each table, a small bouquet of yellow flowers, flanked with yellow candles, was used.' The group spent the evening in informal entertainment. ra Govern, Mr. MeGovcrn 'and children of St. Lo.uis, Mo. Lt. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes Jr left yesterday by plane for Wichita Marriage Li censes The foHpwin" coiiples Saturday obtained marriage licenses in the - —,. —» .,. ^%^. u nj uj jjirt UK iur "icnica Mac McDaniel and Mrs. Jewel I Falls. Tex., where Lt. Hughes is sta- "" " ' tioncd. They were the suesl.s of Mr Ray. They were dismissed prayer. Read Courier News Classified Ads. office of the county court clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Zed Reynolds and Mrs, Mary Ann Ackley. both of Mt. Vernon/lll. James Williams Pcarce of Colorado Springs, Col. and Miss Flora Evans of Blytheville. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY 5 sirrd. and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, 375 Quinrv st Chicago 6. Ill Ready for you now—Basic F\SH- ION for -a. Fall and Winter. This new ifstie i.s filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season: gift paf.ern printed inside the book. 25c. - and host was the parems of (hi- bride. A srjiirj white- color s.'heme was i u.-eri IM uccnriitm;:. Cmwork was f used to overlay Hie brides table ! which centered with a tiered I caki'. ! M:-- J.';;r.fnE Wright prc-.-idcd at i the brute'.* iwok. Mrs, MiHon Towles ] served ca'f.c, Mrs. A. Walls served j f'aramount \c\vs Glamour in Tennis Little Red Kidcnt liood Open ;:0o p.m. Slum at Dusk. 1 S'lows Kvrr RITZ GUESTS Mr. and .Mrs. KIton !•'osier & family Mr. nrni .Mrs. K. M. l.arkin and family Mr. and .Mrs. Claude- K. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Salibn and family LAST TIMES TOrTmT Plus Cartoon & Comedy and Mrs. Hughes. Sr.. who accompanied them to Memphis yesterday. Lt. John White left yesterday for | dropping. I Dr. J. J. O'.Moore of the McGill School of Social work said fewer than half of the first-year students at the McGill class would finish their two-year course because of lack of financial support for such students. ROUNDUP. Mont. KP)—A woman driver got tired of parking in the usual humdrum way. She drove her car up over a sidewalk, through a heavy plan rier. down a 13-foot slope ...... the parking lot. Neither she nor the car were seriously damaged. Randolph Field. Tex., after spending his leave with his parents, Mr and Mr.s. Floyd White. Mrs. Russell Phillips is spending this week in St. Louis. \ Mrs. R. A. Porter is confined to'fail her home, where she has bsen ill for several davs. w , Free Book on Arthritis £1£ And Rheumatism How To Avoid Crippling Deformities An amazing newly enlarged 44- page book entitled "Rheumatism" will be sent free to anyone who will write for it. , It reveals why drugs and mecii- ! cines give only temporary relief and to remove the causes of the trouble: explains a «l>ecialized non- surgical, rion- medical treatment *._ _,, -. - ^ ••••• ->~"'. """ - LIH-UU ,!j ireatment Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dapjeit and; which has proven successful for the John Daggett ot Mariana and John i past 33 years Jones ami Harry Jones of Paragould TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY TUES.-VVED. 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