The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 5, 1950
Page 2
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fAGB TWO BMTEHEVTLI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1»M '• Jane Sliellon, Society Editor 'hone 4401 Mason Day, Jr., to Claim Miss Wilson in Ceremony MI&S Betty Lou Wilson of Q:ill- man, Ark,, Is betrothed to Masiui Day, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. M F. Day of Blytheville Announcement of the engagement and approaching marriage ts made today by the •bride-elect's mother, Mrs J. G. Wilson' of QuStmau. PLANS AUGUST NUP- MLss WHson is a graduate of Ark- T1ALS — '. ansas State Teachers College, Con- Rettv Loll Wilson of Qllil- m;in, is eneng- ed to be mar- way. She was a member of the Home Economics Department of Blyfheville High School last yesr. • L Mr. Day was graduated from Blytheville High School cmtl is a veteran of sen-ice with the Navy. He attended the University of the South at SewaneOj Tcnn., and WHS graduated from Tulane University, New Orleans, La., where he mnj- crcd hi engineering. He is a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity- He is a lieutenant, junior grade, in the Naval Reserve, Plans for the August ceremony will be disclosed later. Shower, Supper Continue Events for Miss Johnston An informal morning party and kitchen shower was Riven yesterday at the W. R. Campbell home to continue the series of prcnuptial events honoring Miss Rosemary Johnston, bride-elect of James McLcmore Williams, Jr. As the H guests arrived, each was presented a miniature gingham apron, which was pinned at the shoulder line of her (rock. Central point of interest was the lace draped dining table which was centered with H large cutglass punch bowl filled with ice in which was fro?.cn soft drinks, set at intervals in the ice were scarlet zinnias. Zinnias and trailing ivy completely encircled the base of the unusual centerpiece. Roses and zinnias filled vases and bowls placed around the reception | and entertaining rooms. Bridal games were conducted, with prizes being prescnted M rs. Ney Hunt and Mrs. P. D. Foster. A large likeness of a soft beverage drink was placed on the refreshment table, Attached to the picture were prizes for the contest winner and a gift for the guest of honor. Prizes were "cut" from the picture for the winners. Miss Johnston's hostess gift was also "cut" from [he picture. . A pale blue chambrny frock was selected by Miss Johnston to be worn with white accessories. In compliment to the touches of red .which predominated throughout the decorations, were the scarlet carnations presented (he honoree from her hostess. '~, Mrs. C. A. Tant assisted Mrs. Campbell during the morning. •' Monday evening, Mrs. Lanler Reed and Miss Angle Hood entertained famiiies of the bridal couple with a buffet supper at the Country Club. Roses and daisies topped the table at which the 14 guests were seated. Dainty cologne bottles adorned the place cards of the feminine guests. Miss Johnston selected a smart green sunback frock for the occasion and pinned a gift, corsage from her hostess at her shoulder. Following supper the evening was epent informally during which the hostesses' gift of silver was presented Miss Johnston. ried to Mason Day, Jr., son 3f Mr. and Airs. M. K. Day of Rlythoville. An August ce re- mony is planned. Bridal Theme Reflected In Party Decorations A bride doll dressed In gleaming white satin and tiny bridesmaid dolls In bouffant, gowns of yellow and blue sattn were used throughout the decorations of the entertaining rooms of the A. G. Shibley home for the pre-nuptial event this morning honoring Miss Mary Ann Smith, bride to be of Bobby Carroll Watson ol Osceola. Miw Geneva Shibley was nostcss to 14 guests for a breakfast and sil- Guests Meet With Class For Monthly Social Billy Llnton. Reba Walton, Edna Whittle and Jimmy Garner were guests last evening with 15 members of the Young People's Training Union Class of Calvary Baptist Church, who met txt the home of Alice Priest for the monthly social. Preceding the evening's games and entertainment, Edna Peoples was named a.s social chairman. Ice cream, cookies and frested drinks were served by the hostess following the evening's entertainment. The group was adjourned with prayer led by J, W. Rnmbo, Mr. and Mrs. A. D, Priest, par enls of the hostess, assisted during the evening. Mrs. L. C. RoHison leader for the class. ver shower, A satin brocaded cloth overlaid the dining table from which the meal was served. A mirrored, plnccjue reflected the cascade arrangement of gladioli centering the long tnblc Harmonizing bouquets of gladioli and fragrant roses were placed around the rooms. The guests were seated at small tables for breakfast with the table appointments being ui compliment to the bridal theme. Following the meal, the guests showered Miss Smith with gifts in her chosen silver pattern. A trousseau model suit fashioned of brown and white cord was worn by the gucst of honor. Miss Shibley presented the honoree with a corsage of red carnations, set, i.i loops of satin. The hostess gift to Miss Smith was silver. • • • Chagnons Honored With Surprise Farewell Party Twenty eight friends gatbered last I night at the William Chagnon home for a surprise farewell party. Mr. and Mrs. Chagnon will leave .soon to mak>e their home in Clyde, <X Foods for the buffet meal and flowers to provide a festive touch to the scene, were brought by the guests for the occasion. Following supper, the remainder of the evening was spent informally in visiting. * » * At The Hosnitals Rlylhcvlllc Hospitals Dismissed: Mrs. J. J. Cookston. city. Mrs. John Cnudill. City. R. J. Fox. Osceola. Jimmy Williams, city. Walts HusiiiUil Dismissed: Mrs. C. L. Lewis and baby. Stecle. Mrs. P. E. Wictner and baby Rt 2 C. M. Kellick. City. \1iss Lane Is Guest For Afternoon of Rook Miss Ann Lane was the only ?uest yesterday with members o, the Lucky Rook Clnb. who met the home o/ Mrs. J. O. Huey tot the weekly meeting. Tall vases filled with pastel shaded summer flnwer.s were set abou HIE; rooms of the home. In the rook game, Mrs. Ceci Priest won high score; Miss Lane second high and Mrs. W. F. Me Cann, rooko. Mrs. Huey served' Iced drinks ami a sandwlcn plate. Dclores Ann Harris Observes Birthday The twelfth birthday of Dclore. Ann Harris was observed Wcdne.s day afternoon with ji party for 2; boys nnd girls at her home. The afternoon was spent II sanies with Lue Owens. Davis Cubb imogene F'reema;i and Patsy Rutl Magee, winning prizes. Gifts were presented the guest o honor after which the birthday cake holding the letters, "Happ Birthday Delores Ann." was cu and served with ice cream and par ty foods. Miss Dillle Sue Burks directe< the games of the afternoon. Twelve Attend Dorcas Meeting Twelve members of the Dorca Sunday ..School Class of the • Fire naptlslWOhtirch met yesterday at ternoon :at-the church for a regula meeting, with Mrs. W. M. Lewi class president, presiding. Mrs. Arthur Rushing opened It meeting with a prayer after whlc Mr.s. W. G. Maxwell prescntcrl th Bits of News Mrs. M. P. Day and Mrs. Joe :cyde returned today from Hot prings where they had spent two eeks. Mrs. Nonna King o( Mount Plea- int, Pa., arrived Thursday night o visit as guest of her father. Sam rimes. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams of ackson, Tenn.. are the guests of r son, Merkel Williams, and Mrs. filliams. Mr. and Mrs. K el Ion Francis and amily have returned from a three- eck visit with relatives and friends n Harlinger, Tex. While there they Iso visited In parts of Mexico. Mrs. Jack Mitchell and daughter, ackie, left this morning for their ome In Chicago after a week's visit •Ith Mrs. Mitchell's parents Mr. nd Mrs. O. J. Hodgers and sls- er. Mrs. Maurice Sanders and Mr. landers. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. A. Dougherty nd family have returned from Omaha, Neb., where they vacatlon- d for ten days. Miss Geneva Shibley. Miss Mar) Mm Smith and Bobby Carroll Waton of O.sceola are In Memphis .to ay. Mrs. pearl HllPs and Mrs. Frankin Atkinson spent yesterday in (fcmphia. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson lave as their weekend guests their daughter, Mrs. John Cunningham .Ir. Cunningham and daughter Joan and Frank Nicholson of Wal- mt Hldge. Mis.i Mnry Van Snced of Memphis the weekend guest of her mother. Mrs. Ethel Sneed. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Miller Houston, Miss., are the weekend nests of Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Scaj nnd family and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore and fnrnlly. Mrs. M. L. Grain and children o Bt. Louis are' visiting with friend: and relatives In Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Harper an nounce the birth of a son, Thursda> it the home of Mrs. Harper's par en Is. Mr. and Mrs, Benny Overtor The baby Is their first child am has been named Billy Joe. Mrs Harper Is the former Miss Rut] Overtoil. Mr. and Mrs. Guthrle Penn ani family have as their weekend guest Mr. and Mrs. Claude Qucrtermou of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. H. G, Rice and daughter. Edith of Liberty, Ml.vs., are the weekend guests of Mr. Rice's brother, L. I. Rice. Mrs. Rice and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Boyett and two children of. Miles, : Mich., are the houseguests of Mr. Boyetl's pi'-cnt.s, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyett, Sr. Minnie Brown of Blytheville. hns recently completed two weeks training at Isbcll University of BeautJi Qulture in Port Worth. Tex., , •** Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs Strwart-WrxxK Vows Spoken ML-w Marlenc Stewart, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stewart, be- ame the bride of Robert L. Woods, on of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Woods, Friday at the Baptist Church In 'igsott. Ark, The bride a navy organdy ihcer with white embroidery trim. She wore navy and white acces- orie.s and a corsage of pale pink re h ids. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Kirnes accom- mnied the couple to Piggolt, Mrs. Woods LS a graduate of 'orlngeville High School. Mr. Woods graduated from P'ortngeville ligh School In 1940, attended the University of Missouri and is now engaged In the lumber business vilh his father. A reception was held In the home of the groom following the cere- nony, Social Xoles thur Drprup and Mrs. W. W. Howard won honors. Seventeen members of Our Lady's Sodality met at the Catholic Church Monday when the Rev. S, P. Stocking was speaker,. Seven out-of-town men were giiMtA of portagevlllc's Rotary club Tuesday. Cities Demanding Parking Room CHICAGO -</n- American Society of Planning Officials reports a growing trend toward building plans that include room for parking automobiles. It cites these recent examples: "A sonlng amendment recently approved by the New York City Planning Commission requires that garage or parking space In varyinp degrees must be provided with nearly all types of housing constructec In [he future. Under the zone change, apartment houses of more than 40 units erected In the city's densely populated areas must hav. garaRi or parking space equal ti one-fifth of the number of units. "Under a plan being considerec in Louisville all new apartments schools, churches, retail stores, hos Mrs. Margerct Casey entertained pilals. and many other types Mr. and Mr.s. I.arkin GIddens of Lilbourn entertained in their home Sunday for friends and members of (heir family. Dr. Find Mrs. L. P. Budcnholzer entertained members of the D;>!ie Club t-'st Thursday. Honor. 1 ? went to Arthur Drerup, Mrs. Raymond Secoy and Dr. mid M;s. Budenholzer. the Victory bridge club even. UK. Honors were won by Mr.s. Moddy Richardson and Mrs. Eugene Fuller. Mrs. T. C. Pinkley entertained the Tuesday bridge club week whrn honors R'cre won by Mrs. pinkley and Mrs. T, A. Ix^e. Mr.s. Jack Barnett entertained with n chicken barbecue and pot- kick supper for her bridge club Tuesday evening. During ihe evening, Mrs. Aim Warren, Mrs. Ar- buildings would have to provide off street parking facilities." Music to Deaf Ears SASKATOON—(VP>—The universlt summer school music class wn moved to the school for the dea because after numerous complain! of noise, university officials dec-Id cd to shift the students to "wher no one could hear them." FUN TO SEW Coming Events Social Calendar i Monday Mrs. Johnson Blackwell entertain* OEO Club. WMU of First Baptist Church meets at (he church at 2:30 p.m. Lake Street WSCS meets at th* church at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. Robert Thompson entertains Yarbro Home Demonstration Club, Mrs. James Brooks Is hostess to Trl-Town Club. Mrs. I. M, McHafley host«s« to Y. M. Birthday Club at 7:30 p.rn^ Wednesday -\W High Two meets with Mrs, Forrest Moore. Mrs. H. C. Allen entertains Club Eight. Thursday Mr.s, N. H. Blakemore hostess to Thursday Rook. Mrs. Marvin Nunn compliment! Octette Club. Friday Lucky Rook Club meets at horn* of Mrs. Freeman Huey. 8390 6 mo*. - 4 yn. By Sue Burnett These adorable little brother and sister togs go together like a charm, make an ideal gift for a new arrival. The dainty dress has puffed sleeves, fine trimming; brother's romper requires very little fabric. Pattern No. 8390 comes in si/es 6, months, I, 2, 3 anil 4 years. Size 1, dress, Hi yards of 35 or 39-inch; Conflicting claims to wnter from I streams produced countless court cases, even slayings, in the early day west. devotional, "A Call To acrifice." During the business session, reports of officers and committee chairmen were made. Mrs. J. W. Portlock adjourned the meeting with a prnycr. Hostesses For the social hour following were Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. AUTO GLASS Installed i Blytheville Glass & Paint Co 1;J(> B. Main Phone 0716 CHURCH of CHRIST Main at Highway 61 Daily Radio Program • KLCN 12:15 to 12:.'!0 Weekly Sunday 8:30 to 3:00 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES FOR ALL Sunday 9:50 H F SHARP Evangelist L C. I,. I'urtlhnm of 1'aragould will Speak. Where Christ and Christians Meet CHURCH of CHRIST ¥ You May V/in $5(T Yes . . . yoiir's may he the lucky 'name' and you'll win the $f>0 pri/.e. Knter Ihe Rustic Inn 'Name Our Dining Koom" Contest today! Submit your entry at Ihe Rustic Inn. You'll have to hurry . . . contest closes Wednesday Midnight, An jr. !).. .so come out today! The Rustic Inn Walnut & Division Dial 2202 GRAHAM SUDBURY UPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! Any 1 Piece Suite Sofa&Cliair Recovered 79 ; 150 Kxcp|it Tliflci! IMccrs vv« Guarantee Satisfaction C'inirr n[ 'O, [teautlfUi Kahrici 7 DAY SERVICE Ttr Good tor Limited Time Onlj The House of Charm (DF.AL'Sl Call 6IM S. Hl»h*aj 61 TO THE VOTERS OF MY HOME COUNTY Born in Mississippi County and living all my life in Mississippi County it is indeed a personal and happy privilege to ask you — the people of Mississippi County for your vote and influence in my race for Chancellor of the 12th Chancery District. I have qone to school in Mississippi County and 1 have practiced law in your midst for many years. My reputation and character are an open book. If elected Chancellor on Tuesday 1 wi!J be the first native born resident of Mississippi County — the largest county in the six county district—to be elected to this judicial office. The lawyers of our County will tell you I am thoroughly qualified for the office of Chancellor And I assure you—the people—that I will give fair, impartial and energetic attention to the office. I will be patient but prompt and serve so that the ends of equity and justice may best be met. I give you this pledge, you give me the opportunity to make it good. GRAHAM SUDBURY QUALIFIED AS A LAWYER QUALIFIED BY JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE -VOTE FOR — GRAHAM SUDBURY - FOR CHANCELLOR Old Enough To Have Judgment Young tnough To Be Energetic Paid For By Graham Sudlmry Sawmills and gristmills were Utah's first Industrial operations. romper, m ynrcis. For this pattern, .send 25 cents. In COIN'S, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. 1 Don't miss the Intesl issue of FASHION—just off the press! Tills Fall and winter catalog is planned to guide you smoothly in sewing smart, wearable Tall clothes. Free pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Listen to Kl.CN at 10:10* a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Daily for our pro- Cram announceraenti. Box Office Opens at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday SATURDAY _, DOROTHY. FORREST fRANK «[)«£ a*:"? 0 * i™ 1 " ' lm! * ' WM t*w fc«w LT vryyt oaxue . *****, ^^ w ftjm Serial: "Pony Impress" \o. 15 and Short Conl. Showing Sat. 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