The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1952 · Page 5
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MONDAY, OCT. 6, 195J fct rniMlLLg (ARTC.V COOTIER NEWS PACT FTTB Pat Mullins, Society Editor New* Phone 4461 Ruby Jo Hal! Becomes Bride of Gilbert Bisher WEI) HERE —Airman Second Class and Mrs. Gilbert E. Bisher, now on an undisclosed wed- in a double rine, ceremony performed Saturday at four o'clock In the afternoon at the parsonage of , . the Assembly of Ood church. Miss aing 11 ip, ex- Ruby Jo Hall became the bride of changed nup- Gilbert Eugene Bisher. [j a ( vows here Only members of the immediate „ . , ' , families attended the nuptial ex- S><uur (i a .\ ai- change. The bride's parents are Mr. tarnoon. M 1"S. and Mrs. D. C. Hall and Mr. Bisher r$j s her was bets the son of Mrs. Freda Bisher. Miss Juanlla Hall attended her iole hei mar- sister as maid o( honor and only r i a g e 11 1 S S feminine attendant. She rhnse for R,,fo v ,J 0 Hall, Ihe occasion, a Daryl original street . • . length dress of soft gray wool, el a u R lit e r 01 which she complemented with y[f, and Mrs. black accessories. For her shoulder. R Q j.T a u_ ]i c she was given a corsaqe of Amer- { lean Beauty red rose buds. >» tne ™ n " L The bride for her marriage, chose Mrs. F r e el a a two-piece orieinal by Ellen Kay*. Rj s i,p r . (]>hoto TV"-, fitted, street-length creation •,._„„ \ was made of ice blue pe.bb!e crepe. b> Mason.) featuring bracelet length sleeves. She wore contrasting accessories,' and pinned a corsage of American Beauty red rose buds at her shoul- "c'harlos Mullins served Mr. Bisher as best man. The yovinf couple left for an undisclosed ' southern wedding trip. After their return, they will make their home In Topeka, Runs., where Mr. Bisher Is stationed with the Air Force. Bits of News IJDC Benefit Co rd Dance Club Has Square Dancing Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jontz, Mr. •nd Mrs. Jack Hale, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McHaney were hosts and hostesses to members of the University Club and guesU at Hotel Noble, with a dance Saturday night. The mirror room was decorated to resemble old fashioned barn dance decorations, carrying out a Halloween theme. Witches, goblins, and Jack-o-lanterns were painted on mirrors, while pumpkins and corn stalks provided other decoration. B.-B. Goodman of Steele conducted a square dance. About 12 couples were guests of the club members. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Worth Holder. Mr.' and Mrs. Bob Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halnes. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, Charles Moore, and Miss Mary Noe. Mr. and Mrs Bill Racier, Mr. anil Mrs. Sam B-ddick. Mr. and Mrs. Connie Mortimer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Barney Crook nnd Edsel Harbcr. Coming Events Monday Young Women's Auxiliary of Calvary Baptist Church meets with Miss Rerna Fondren. Young Women's Auxiliaiy <19-24 years) of First Baptist Church meets with Miss Pat Mullins at 7:15 More than 100 persons attendc benefit dessert bridge and canasta held at Hotel Noble Saturday, p.m. Women's Society ol Christian service of the First Methodist Church has 1 p.m. luncheon at church followed by business and proernm. Mrs. A. C. Haley is in charge of Ihe program. Wesley Service Guild of First Methodist Church has 8 p.m. meeting at church. Friendship Class of the First Baptist church has meeting with Mrs. Robert Blaylock. 'Circles One and Two ot Trinity which was sponsored by members of the United Daughters of Confederacy. The 25 tables were centered with small bouQuets In red and white, the club colors, with a large arrangement of red and white hacked by while lapcrs on Ihe piano. Autumn leaves made the tallies, in many varied colors. In the. bridge game, Mrs. Jame* Terry won first place, with seconc going to Mrs. Robert McHaney anci third to Mrs. W. C. Swink. Other bridge winners included Mrs. John Ijenli, Mrs. Beulah Dickinson, Mrs A. O. Hall. Mrs. B. P. Brogdon Mrs . Albert Taylor, Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mrs Graham Sudbury and Mrs. Otto Scrape In Ihe games of canasta. Mrs. Rosa Schimeritsch won first place, with second and third to Mrs. Ray- Mrs. John Buchanan left ycslcr day for Chattanooga, Tenn., lo spend a month with friends. Mrs. Arthur Thompson ot Los Angeles, Calif., Is here for a month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gean. Miss Tennye Reed of Union city, Tenn. is Ihe guest of her sister Mrs. John Scott, and Mr. Scott. Dr. and Mrs. Bunyon Webb and son, Jimmy, of Memphis, and another son, Bun Webb. Jr., a studen' at Columbia Military Academy spent the week end here with Mrs Jane Miller, Dr. and Mrs. Jac •ebb, and Dr. and Mrs. Floy Vebb. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crites of tteville. former Mississippi Count gent, spent several days with M nd Mrs. George Lee. They cam specially for the National Cotto Picking Contest. Frank Wagner. Jr.. and John F Regenold. students at the Unhe sity of Arkansas, spent the week ei icre with their families. Mrs Jimmy Smotherman unde went surgery at the Baptist Ho pitnl In Memphis Saturday. She in Room 757. and her condition reported to be satisfactory. Miss Mary Webb, a second gr: teacher here, spent the week ( with her parents. Mr. and Mrs H. Webb in Pine Bluff. Larry Baker, a freshman at ". lane University in New Orleans, h pledged Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Miss Micky Nichols, daughter of Mr and Mrs. \V. R. Nichols, student Do Work People Want Done; Receive Praise thinks tie husband Is unrea rnable nnd unappreciative because complaining that all their husband! do is cnliclw and Itnd fault. If von want appreciation it'« smart to rto the things you know will lie appreciated, a simple (act some wives seem to completely overlook. Land Plan Okayed MANILA (j-Pj—President Elpldto t ccae ec j MANILA Wj—President Elpo s overlooks all she dor-s for his '• Q U j r j nn has approved a one mUllon imfort and happiness and keeps j d()llnr ]orm to f j nan(:e a i an d dls- arplnp on a fc\v things she nog-1 (r t, )lllion program on Mindanao— •cts to do. cnr.nnfi t'.vnncf snri ip^<:t ripveloncd Hernnse that isn't an unmual of wives, It might be svolt )r them lo try to lok at the sihm- [rom their isbanri'B point at \ViUifim Woods College, Pulton, Mo has been chosen for the cast of he piny, "The Glass Mountain." In ie presented by the Campus Plnyers and Jabberwocky on Oct. 30. 31, and Nov. 1. This Is the first of this year's thr** 1 productions presented each'year by the dramatic club. . | Mike McCluc, son of Mr. find Mrs. | C C McClue, who has been ill at j his home tor several days, Is report- | eel to be "better" today. ' Mr and Mrs. Jim Stocklcy o( Ma- i rion Ark., were the guests yester- day'of her mother. Mrs. S. S. Patterson, and nor grandmother, Mrs. W. T. Obcrst. Mrs. G. C. Thompson of Pine Bluff is the guest of her daughter. CfXK,rmATE fiOTlTANNIVEKS AK V - Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D, Rilr-y yeslcrc^-y quietly relegated Lhoir 60lh wedcllnfc anniversary nl the home of their daughter. Mrs. J. L. Nabcrs. They have three other children Mrs. L. C. Graves of Houston, Tex.. Mr.s. E. S. Bronme of Hobbs. N. M.. and W. K. Riley of Puducnh. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Rilcy. *'ho celebrated their 80lh birthdays this year, were married in SunimcrvJJle, Mo., In 1892. Mr. Rtlcy (s n native of Birch Tree, MO., nnrt Mrs. Rilry, the former Miss Mnry Emily Brown, Ls from StilnnvMo. Before his Illness, Mr. Riley was superintendent of the Tcrre Haute Gas end Oil Co. of Alluwe, Okla. Marriage Li censes The following couples hnve ob- Restouronf Takes Fronts NF.W YORK (/n—At one French restaurant here you can pay your pood hit of lime line something her husbnnri L he hasn't cd her to do. t is ploased •ith Inn project Klltl nd experts Mm lo give her a verb- pat on thfi bnrk for her work. Bui Instead when John RCUI home R doesn't even notice Ihe pletod jnh but, asks: "Did you do | _ had askrd Sutan lo do before | le left in the morning, j When Susan confesses slip for pot i all nbont it, John blows up and l Susan is convinced she Is married Lo nn unreasonable man \vho docs- I't appreciate anything sin* dors. That's how it looks to Susan when ihe sees the situation only from ner point of view. But if she would try lookine nf. it. from her husband's side she would get a different slant on thp matter. Even though she has spent time ; and thought and energy doing something for him she thought he | would appreciate, she noplrcled lo do the one thine he specificMlj asked her to do. The wise wife puts first the things she knows her husband considers important and will appreciate hav- iiiR her do lor him instead of spending her time nnd energy doing thing* Fhe Just thinks he ought to appreciate. If more wives worked on that theory there would be fewer wives id tai-pcst and least developed major inland of the Philippines. Nev/ Miracle Drug gives j QUICK RELIEF! MINGR'THROAT du« lo colds/ imoking and fllher comman throat Irritantt Thrifty Bib Style Apron Baptist Church Women's Missionary Society has 2:30 p.m. business session at the church. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church preaching mission, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday East Side Garden Club has 2 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Iverson Morris. Alpha Alpha Chapter ot Betn Sterna Phi has 7:30 p.m. model meeting at home of Mrs. T. I. Seay. Mrs James C. Guard is hostess to members of Tri-Tmvn Bridge Club. Miss Betty Nell Holland entertains members of the N. N. Bridge 01 lib. American Legion Auxiliary has regular semi-monthly meeting at the hut. Mrs Leon Soberer Is hostess to members of the BSW Samba Club. Y. M. Birthday Club meets v.'ith i Mrs. Tollie Peterson lor monthly birthday party. Blvtheville Duplicate League plays last game belorp. the . mind Bomar and Mrs. L. T. King. Mrs. O. O. Caudill, Sr., won fmrth prize. Canasta Club Meets in Home Miss Sue Stanficld was hostes; Friday to members of the H. and T- Canasta Club at her home. Hoses were used in the decoration of her home, and she served a des- pert course after the games. Winners of the canasta were Mrs. Mcll Hay. high, and Mrs. Jerry Morgan, low. Guests of the club were Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. La Vern Owens and Mrs. Vance Owens. . _ h jl CJf U .if. y I _x<Tf ^_shc ^svoSliCllo North East Arkansas Tournament,. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church preaching mission. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEO meets at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Sudbury PTA meets at 3 p.m. at school, preceded by a 2:30 p.m. ex- ' ecutive board meeting. Yarbro Parent-Teachers Association has 2:30 p.m. meeting preceded a 2 p.m. meeting of the executive board. Club Eipht plays at the home of Mrs. R. C. Allen. Mrs. Lewis Henderson Is hostess to members of CIB Bridge Club. Wednesday Club members r.re being entertained by Mrs. R. H. Ktr- by. neltonian Chapter of Delphian I Society has 10 a.m. meeting at the I Dismissed: Blytheville, Hospital Jose De Lacrliz. City Mrs. Tom Rush, Cooler Patricia St. Clair, Ofceola Robert \V. Morris, Luxora Mr.s. Harold Bradsher and baby Hayti Walls Hospital Dismissed: Anna Lons. City Mrs. Bobby Battles and baby, Her mondale Celestine Rojas. Burrtette Rodney and Mike Calvert, City Don Hc-nson. City Amos Long. Steele M. Sorrell, City Mrs. W. J. Fitzhueh. the Rev. Mr. Fitzhugh, and family. Mr and Mrs. Hamilton Taltaotl of Bethesda, Md., Mrs. Emma Kolen and E. R. Mason will return tonight from FayetteviUe, where they spent several days with Mr. Mason's son, Cary Mason, who is attending the University of Arkan- " Dick Reid was among Universily of Arkansas students who spent the weekend at home. He was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. MM Reid. Mr and Mrs. Wallace Smith and sons, Douglas. Michael and Wayne, left l»st night for their home in Miami Fla.. after a visit with his ipother. Mrs. J, F. Smith. Mrs. Smith and the children have been here for the past six weeks, and were joined here Thursday night by Mr. Smith. Other guests in the mith home yesterday were Mr. nd Mrs. Sam Sykes of Humboldt, enn who came Friday for the eeke'nd, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smith nd daughter, Susan, of Memphis \r and Mrs. Frank Wilks and auehter, Anita, Mr. and Mrs. Black owlkes and Miss Nora Stevens, P.I f Canithersville. ta n "d marriage licenses at the of-j chock in French tr.n« The- man _ . ,,,_.!_ »*__ Trir.. nnr-r nf f^vrunn x C.nfCKS ofulv I flee of the County Clerk. Mrs. Eliz- nger abeth Blythe Parker: I find Bernard B. Bell, Clutc City. Tex., nnd Mae Lewis. Indianapolis, Ind.; and Milton Laudcrdale »nrt Iva Smith, both of Blytheville. of Cyrano's checks drtlly to „..,. Ihe exchnnce rate Iwlwecn francs nnd dollars. Recently It was 350 francs to the dollar. $ *J' 4 j^l- " \ J-^'^O-AI THROAT LOZINCIJ Mode by M< Kenan anil Robbiot rpoil, Conn. Woods Drug Blythevilla Read Courier News Classified Ads. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Rest Prices Kirby Drug Stores WORLD'S WRfiBF. SELLER AT 1O« Tablet! 39c try Club begins at I p.m. Thursday Mrs. E. B. Borum is cntcrfalnij members of Thursday Contract Club. . Thursday Rook Cliih meets in the 1YARD EACH 8888 By Sue Burnett Here is a pretty apron in your (nvorite bib style—and it renuires just one yard of fabric in the smaller sizes. Make several versions, (<> r kitchen duty as well as entertaining. Pattern No. 6888 is a sw-rite per- ! (orated pattern in sizes 34, 36. 38, | 40. 42. «. 46, 48. Size 36. 1 yard ol 59-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 315 Qulnry St., Chicago 6. 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASH- Hotel'NoWp. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church preaching mission, 7:30 p.m. Mary Martha Class of First Baptist Church meets at 7 p.m. for pot j luck at the home of Mrs. J. J.' Cnotatnn on Davis, with Mrs. E. L. Crouch as co-hostess. Ladies Day luncheon at the Conn- ION for '52. Fail and Winter. This new ixme is filled with irtc:is for smart practical scwine for a new season- gift pattern printed inside the book. 2Sc. homo ol Mrs. Clfo Wren. GKO Bridge Club has meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. McHaney. Mr.s. Aubrey Con»'»> entertains members of the Mid-Week CUib. Mrs. W. J. touplcs is hostess to m-mhers of Ihe Tt,E Bridge Club. Mrs Harry A. Haines in entertaining members of KibiUer . St.. Sieph.cn> Episcopal Church preaehinc mission, 7:30 pm. Friday. Or-lnjier in Annual recepuon for members of the faculty of Blytheville Schools [ iuivcn by the Woman's Club, at the j I rlnb. ! eaire VlR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times Spaghetti Dinner WED., OCT. 8th 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. — 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sponsored by The American Legion Auxiliary Tickets on Sale at Floyd A. White's AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount Newi * Cartoon and Novelty Reel LAST TIAIES TONITE THE FUMAKfRS HARD, FAST]! BEAUTIFUL! RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McWalers and family Mr. and Mrs. Toliy IXJIIR nnd family Mr. nnd Mrs. George Pollock Mr. and Mrs. fienard Gooch NOTICE The officts ot Dr. Milton E. Webb will be closed Monday and Tuesday, October Bill ,\nd *lh. CUIRtmVOS-SULLY FOiiatSTj —Plus— "Gas House Kids Go to Hollywood" \Vilh Dead Kntl Kids Also Metro News WU C an Sermons on this subject w/l/ fac delivered fay The Rev. J. Hodge Alves Rector of Christ Church Ullle Hork St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Sl\tb anfl Walnut Five nights, Oct. 5 through 9, at 7:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited ,-- RANDOLPH SCOTT 11-ROD CRAWFORD He knows who tins Ihe cleanest, freshest wash in town . . . who is satisfied with halfway, nirt-fashinncci methods. How do you rate'.' Do you know our delivery niKii? We think you should for he can help y»« lo a new way of living. 1-e! him take washday drudgery out of your house . . , Icl us show you the results of professional laundry service . . and you'll look forward lo his visits every week! Blytheville Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY lovely luscious lovable X*£.. M-G-M's happy leap Year picture I LARPY PARKS ELIZABETH TAYLOR * Shorts: Madison Square Garden & Iteoty Tool RITG GUESTS .Mr. and .Mrs. Billy Joe (lean anil family Mi. sr.d Mrs. Rene (Jeorirc nnd family .Mr. and Mrs. Oli Mullins and family Mr. and -Mrs. K. V. Mallory and family Open 7:00 rt.m- Sliow Start* it Bu.k; 1 Shows Every Xlsht LAST TIMES TONITE KJRKOOUGIAS., THE BiG CAMVA1 STERLING Bob Arthur -PcrterHaH BIUY'WILDER Plus! Comedy Cartoon TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY s*v > >>7<' /'./* , Dollar Nitcs! ~r4' / /f/2/ r Bring a Car Full . 'Yy/f/^X for a Dollar -Also Cartoon & Comedy

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