The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1952 · Page 6
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 7, 1952
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PAGE BIX BLJTJ1KV1LLE (AUK.) COURTEK TUESCAT, OCT. T, 19M Fat Muliine, Society Editor Phune 4461 Carolyn Child Is Betrothed to Fred Scheben, Jr. Dr. and Mrs, Fred Rutledge Child announce (he engagement of their daughter, Carolyn, of Cincinnati, O., to Fred Scheben Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Scheben Sr,, of Erlanger, Ky. Mise Child was graduated from Holy Angels Academy, Jonesboro, and The College of Ml. St. Joseph in Cincinnati, where she majored in pJa/io, graduating cum la tide In June of this ycnr. Mr. Scheben WJIK graduated Jrom St. Henry's HiRh School, Erlanger. He Is at present associated v,'Uh his father in /arming and hard-i ware • interests at Erlanger. The wedding will be in early November, with plan* to be announced later. Methodists Hove Luncheon-Meet A luncheon for about 65 members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church, was given yrjstrnlay at Fellowship Hall at the church. A large basket of mixed zinnias centered the o fleers table of the "U"-shaped arrangement. Marigolds and other fall flowers iti howls and floor baskets formed other decorn- ttons. Mrs. Jame Miller gave the devotional, which was fi program, gh-on by M program lender. "Home Mission, Winning Human Rights," was given by Mrs. C. G. Redmon, Mrs. Alex Shelby, mid Mrs. George Pylcs, who closed the meeting with prayer. ' In a business session, It was announced that the district meeting vill be held in Osccohi Oct. 16, at 10 -A.m., nnd World Community Day will be held Nov. 7. A report on (he Hobby Lobby to be held Nov. 20 was given. BiiTKOTilED TO KKNTUCKV MA.\—MKs Carolyn Child, danghler of Dr. and Mrs. P'red Rutledgc Child, will become the bride of Fred Scheben, Jr., son of Mr. and Mr.s. I'Ved Scheben, Sr., in November. Finns will be iiti on need later. iYorbro Methodists gave me ticvo-' ^ , • • . onowed by uic.Conduct Meetings Irs. A. C. Haley.« 3 Coming Events Bits of News Mrs. Kathcrine McNew of Kin ox* vllle. Term., is visiting Mr, and Mrs. J-Yceman Robinson and children, Ann and Sue. Mr. and Mrs, L. O, Thompson of the Triple "T" Ranch on Eleven Point River in Missouri are here /or several days on business before leavfng for Texas to visit .their son, Ci\pl. L. G. Thompson, Jr., and family, who Is utnltoucd at Fort HooU, Tex. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Lowe and sot]. Jimmy, were In Memphis yesterday where they had as their luncheon euesis, Mr. and Mr.s. Russell liar ham and da tighter. Mrs. Bill Wood, and her daughter. 131- anns, all of Colorado Springs, and Mrs. Muhle De Woody of Little Rock. Mrs. Laura Myers of Spokane,, Is the house guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Wnlfrer, and MJ-. Walker. Mrs. Myers plans to make her home in Blytheville. Mrs. Bob Chiles and son, Jimmy Mrs. Billy Chiles, and daughter Toncy Anne, all of Osceola, spen! the day in Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. La Velle I*oe anc son. Jimmy, of Rock ford. III., spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs AllcnworUi, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dietrich returned yesterday from Dallas, Tex. where they were the guests of out of the insurance companies tha 1 Mr. Dietrich represents. Mrs. O. W. Pylcs nnd Mrs. W, F Brewer are shopping today in Mem phis. ^resident Takes Office at Wilson lub Meeting Joyce Helen Crirn Becomes Bride MLsi Joyce Helen Crlm, daughter of Mrs. William Thomas Crlm and .he late Mr. Crlm, became the bride of Seaman First Clase Lyle Wesley Faylor of Hunterstorn, Ind., now stationed at Millington. The couple exchanged vows at Hernando, Miss., at the Baptist Church, with the Rev. W. F. Whit- j pastor, officiating, at the twelve o'clock noon ceremony, Saturday. Mr. Faylor Is the eon of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon F. Faylor. Attending Mr? Pay lor as maid of honor was Miss Patricia Robertson, who wore & suit of green gabardine with black accessories, ttnd a small black velvet cloche. She pinned a corsage of pink carnations at her shoulder. A gray tweed flannel suit \vac chosen by the bride for her marriage. Her accessories were in blue and her blue hat featured a small rolled brim. She wore a corsage of white tarnations. Seaman First Class Holbert Woodard. also stationed at Millington, served as best man. The couple spent a brief wedding trip In Memphis, and will make their home in Millington for the present. 1 i ; , __^__, Mrs. L. W. Faylor Late News in Separates 8874 Members of tin: Yarliro Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist CSiurch with five guests mcl last nignt at ihe home oE Mi >. Ed Bunch. Guests include Mrs. Joart Mathews. Mr.s. Hetty Sutton, Mrs, Charles Ynrbro. Mrs. Robert Scott, Mrs, Jewel Whether. Mrs. Johnny Johnson Introduced the new program, "Prochihn the Good News," which was followed by devotional Riven by Mrs. Glenn Bunch. Those taking parts on program were Mrs. fclza Wheeler, Mrs. Paul Abbott, Mrs. Carl Burton and Mrs. M. O. McKay. DLsmis.sal prfver was given by Mrs. Johnson, and In the social hour which followed, Mr.s, Roney Lambert was showered wiih layette gilts and refreshments were served. Auxiliary Has Program Meeting Members of the Yrains Women's Auxiliary of the Bnpiist Church met la,st nlcht for a program meeting with Miss i^t Mullins, Miss KiUherine Westbronk, president prti-hied over the b;;^iui-ss session and Miss Loimcll Overman gave the devotional nnd \viis ill charge of the j: r ogrnm, Those taking jmrtJs wore Aiiss Mi'.Ho Anne Mallory, Miss Mtixiuc Hill. Miss Acfnlinc Lt-e and Miss WeMhvook. Mrs. C. E. Johnson, who met wiHi the Rroup .is loader, dismissed with prayer afler which refrt-slnnunts were sfrvfd. Tuesday Rainbow* for girls meets at the Masonic Temple at 1 p.m. 1 Kant Side Garden Club has 2 p.m. : nK'filmy \v;'l: Mr*- Ivcr.son Morris. i Alpha Alpha Chnpier of Ucta i Signui Pht has 7;,'(0 p.m. model • morting at honu- of Mrs. T. I. Seay. ; Mr.s. Jnrurs C, Gun id is ho-stess i lo members of Trl-To\vn Bridge j Club. 1 Miss Betty Nell Holland entertains members of the N. N. Bridge Club. American Legion Auxiliary has regular semi-monthly meeting al '. the hnt, ! Mrs, Leon Schercr Is hostess to members of the BSW Samba Club. Y. M. Birthdoy Club meets with Mr.s, Tollic Peterson for monthly birthday pnrty. BrylhcvLlIc Duplicate Bridge League plays last gome before the North Enst Arkansas Tournament. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church picnchtng mission. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Chnpler "O" of I'KO meets !\l 1 p.m. lit the home of Mrs. C. S. Lemons. Sudbury PTA meeU nt 3 p.m. nt school, preceded by a 2:30 p.m. executive boauj ^meeting. First Christians Conduct Meeting Mrs. E. M. Terry was hostess and Mr.s. O. S. Crowd! was co-hostess yesterday at (he home of Mi*;. To cry for members of Christian Women's Fellowship of the first Christian Church, for a study meeting, Mrs. j (tines Terry was In charge of (he pros rani after Mr.s. W. D, Cobb. president, conducted n brief business session. The program. "Human Rights. Unfinished Reports," was followed with n worship service Riven by Mrs. John C. McHancy, worship leader. After prayer and acceptance of the missionnry offering, the mlsion- nry benediction was given to dismiss the program for a social in which the hostesses served refreshments. In the count. Faith and groups had nine members present. ' Mrs. Khlner Be:ill WILSON — Charter members of tiie Wilson Cooperative Club were honored ^ the first meeting of the 1952-53 club year, Thursday afternoon. An array of fall flowers in flooi baskets were used in decora t ions throughout the Cluh House where the meeting was held. Highlighting the, program was Mrs. R. H. Jones, n charter member and a past fx'csidcnt, as leader. giving a history of the club's organization. During the business session, presided over by Mrs, Elstner D. Bcall, who succeeds Mrs. Charles E. Leftwich, who has resigned, it was voted that the club's project for the new year will again he the Bassetb Cemetery. In the review of the. club's history, it was learned that the club gani/cd Feb. 1G, 191Q, in a Sunday School room at the old Methodist ChurcVi. In early years. ticking a regular meeting place, :hey met in homes of the members ind carried on their work for the betterment of the community. Mr.s. Dora Merrell, a charter member and the first club ^resident. brought the minutes of the meeting that she has kept during the years and Mrs. W. B. Burkett, who has been a member since. 1918, linri on display nn almost complete nie of year books from the earlier years to the present time. Others assisting Mrs. Jones In the review were two charter members Couple Is Married At Piggott, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Pennington announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Rebecca Penning 1 ton, to Harry Myers, Jr., son of Nfr. and Mrs. Harry Myers, Sr. The single ring ceremony was performed at Piggott Thursday evening. Both the bride and groom attended BlythevSlle High Schools, Mr. Mycrs is a member of the graduation class of 1951, and is now employed at Moore's Furniture Co. They are making their home at 407 Lilly. Birthday Party Is Given at Home Mr. and Mrs. Jack Long compll merited their daughter, Gaynelle Sunday afternoon with a P9rty on her seventh birthday. The twelve guests were given cir us baskets of candy as favors am vere directed in games by Mable Lc .unsford atid Sara Ijou Snow. Mrs. Long served birthday cak and Ice cream to the guests. Hope each Trinity Circles Meet at Church Mary Joyce Collier Celebrates Birthday Mary Joyce Collier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Collier, celebrated her sixth birthday Sunday at the home of her parents. The nine guests were entertained with party games, and winners were Jerrie Lloyd and Kay Parks. Mrs. Collier was assisted by an other daughter, Betty, in serving ice cream and cake. Balloons were given as favors. r were wo carer memers T 1 and past presidents, Mrs, Oscar (1019. Barksriale atid Mrs. Bab David, for- j merly Mrs. J. D. McKenzieC both " ot West Memphis. The honored guests were presented corsages. Other chavLor members are Mrs. A. J. Cole, Mrs. Joe Culfom nnd Mrs. A. J. Landrum. Foui- new members added to tiie iiipmhorship were Mrs, James Reynolds, Mrs. Courtley Perry, Mrs. Ray Members of Circles One nntl Two Perry and Mrs. Bruce Yhite. f the Women's Missionary Union of i Other officers who will assist Varbro T^r&tt-Teacikcr.i Assocla- i Trinity Baptist Church met al Ihe i Mrs. Beall this year are Mrs. J. D. turn has 2:;ib p.m. nicotine preceded by a '2 meeting of ihe executive board. Club EiKlH plays al the home of j Mrs. R. C. Alien. Mrs. Lewis Henderson is hostess ] lo members of CIB Bridge Club. Weekly Meeting Held at Church 8876 1! 20 By Sue Burnett Particularly popular In n crttnp- ILS v,arrfrnhi» are separate pieces that can mix or match in color for different occa.-:or,s. Tills junior; B^ M<M;iMer.s gave f.kirt and Jacket pair arc ca*y se\v- • •— ing. I , Pattern Xo. 8874 is R sew-rite j perforated patiern in f>ues 11. 12,] 13, li, 16, 18, 20. Kir.e 12 1% ynrris of i M-inch. : Pattern No. 8875 L j a --ow-rite perforated patient in sizes II. 12, 13. 14. 16, 18, 20. Size 12. 3 yards of 54- Incb. j For those patterns, send 30c for ' E*CH, in COINS, your niinie. nd- si^es desired, and the HAT- ! TERN NUMBER to Sue HmtieU,! Courier Nc\v5, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. ; Ready for you now—Hnsic FASH- ! ION" for '52, Fall and Winter This; new Issue is filled with ideas for; smart, practical sewing for a new : season; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25c. ' A weekly tncetiup of tnctnbcr.s nf the Wojupn's Society of Christian Etjrvice of thfl Lake Street Methodist Chnrrh was held nt the church la-st night. The opening prayer uns i;iven by Mrs. J. \v. Woolum, nnd Mrs. Cecil Lusk prrsvdrd over a business session. She rci\d n IC-UET (rom ti'.cr Methodist Ho^jiital in Momjihis in' jht- hnrr.." regard lo financial support. Adrr reports were givrn, Mr.s devorionul 'Where we Meet I'rnplc," nnd dismissed fhe meeting with prayer tUythevillr Hospil.d Dismissed: Undn Griffin. City Don Gentry, City Mike Joseph Mallet. Hollyw Calif. Walls Hospital Mr,v E. E. Beulle, DyerRbnrc Bobby HniTts. Stecle Xlrs. Je*,\\-U f^^nnpan. City Mrs. C L. Anderson, City Bobby Curtis, City Mrs. .Joseph F\\ui?ht, S;erlr Mrs Ross Calduell. -Ir., City Wnrlnrsdfiy Club mnnbors are be- fiiK 4!nU- p rlaJ»jcd by .Mrs. R. H. Kirby. Del Ionian Chapter of Delphian Korioty tuis to a.m. meeting at the Hotol Noble St. Stcpbt'ii'. 1 - Episcojinl Church prriichniK mission, ,7:33 p.m. Thursday Mary Martha Class of Baptist Cluurh moots nt 7 p.m. lor pot I luck at l!ip home of Mrs. J. j. I Cookston on Davis, with Mrs. E. L, = Crouch as c:o-ho. c ,tcs.s. I Latiic.s Day luiurheon at the Country Club U 1 :-!!!.-! nt 1 p.m. Mrs E. B. 1 Bo rum Is entertaining mesnurrs of Thm^day Contract Club. > Thurxlay Kook Chib mccls in the home o£ Mrs. Clco Wren. [ (3EO RL iti.L'r CUib has mpi'tins at Mr.-;. J. W, MrHiincy. MLS. Aubrey Conway r>ntertains i moiMb'-r- of ihr Mid-Wrnk Club. [ Mrs. \V, J, Couples is hostess lo member.. o1 tho TLE Bridge Club. Mrs Hurry A. Haines in entertaimiii: mombei.s ol Kibitzer . St. Sii'|ihon's E])i>rnpnl Church pivuL'htii!,' mission, 7:30 p.m. rhdiiy. October 10 Annual rtvriJiion fnr mrnilJt^rs of Hit: faculty of Blytticvillc Schools s;!vcn by the Woman's Club, at ihe '•lub. HaKe Halo given by the Alpha Utl- clmrch yesterday for a busi meeting. Mrs. n. W. Woolen !cd business nnd watchivuid, MIS. Arab Speck begun the meet:IB with prayer. Mr.s. H. H. Roberts gave the devotional after the business session, which was followed by prayer by Mrs. E. C. Parks. Members of the Business Women's Circle met last night with 11 pres- enl at the home of Mrs. Mcrl llowe. who was In charge of the business. Miss Bernlce Overrrym gave the devotional and Mrs. H. W. Wooteu dismissed with prayer. All circles joined to give Mrs. Mt\\ Koontz a miscellaneous showL.. Her home recently burned. sincss 1 Rnnkin, vice-president; Mrs, AU: d the Grcenwcll, secretary; Mrs. J. ta Chaplcr ol Beta Sterna Phi bc- !4iili at 8 a.m. at Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. Tiiesdsy. Ocl. 14 Alpha Delta Chapter oC Beta Sigma nnd Rushees are being entertained al the Rustic Inn ivlth a bridge and canasta party given by Mrs. Dick Wnlsort. Albert M. Elslander, treasurer; Mrs, W. B. Burkell, parliamentarian. Hostesses xvere Mrs. Dora Merrell, Mrs. .1. K. Hampson. Mrs. Eva Kerlin. Mrs. Tula Tyler. Mrs. W. T. 'sychologists Study Socks and Climate ' ALBUUEaUTE, N.M. (fl'j—Do jo« all a psychologist when you chang* our sox? The Array does, especial-' i' when It concerns climate. Dr. Robert P. Utter, ot the Unl- ersity of New Mexico psychology department, has just returned trom a year's L*ave of absence during which time he's been working on low to keep a eoldler happy when he changes his clothes. Utter, who was head ol tlie psychology >mlt of the Quartermaster Climatic Research Laboratory at Lawrence, Mass., said that "Among other things, I was testing the reactions of the men to new types ot clothing materials..Since these ma- :criute feel different, we wanted to find 'out how long H took a soldier to get used lo them." This can have a definite effect on the Job the man does. It is believed that light from the stars bends slightly as it passes the sun. New Miracle Drug gives QUICK RELIEF of 'ig Plots for Schools rets to Be U.S. Trend SAVANNAH (£*) — The present .rend In building schools i- to lose tl~.c building In a large tract of land. according to Savannah delegates to the southeastern conference of the American Institute of Architects at Atlanta. Tite group said the average school built last year was located on 20 acres—three or four times the size of elementary and high school tracts of the past. The architects recommend structures spread over a comfortable area, connected by side corridors, with related activities housed together. One-story schools are safest, architects eaJd, and 85 per cent of school buildings constructed last year were without basements. MINOR THROAT IRRITATION due t» cold i, imoktng Grtd orHcr common "throat Irrlhinlf (1) iclitic* diicomfou ilmosi m OK {2} Inhibiii grj/n-poii[iv* ^eimi if s ;^f inoi: inRjmmitioni, ilunViio i bioiic mlucle drug Tnoihiicin PIeliln(-f!ivo/ed NEO-AQUA-DRJN ) '^Hintiieed to ive/Jje dp 10 tu itt *\ g jngrtdtenti n other leiding . N'ort: If throw miuiion MUM « your dcxroi. _-- --\ Mad. by McKe nan end Robbini Woods Drug Blytheville Miss lola Vcrneal My&rs became the bride of Ernie Paul Smith yesterday tn a ceremony performed at the Court House here. Mrs. Smith Is the daughter ot Mr, ami Mrs. Harry Myers. Sr. and he j is theo»~; of Mrs. Paul Smith ot St. Louis J ~* The couple will make their home in St. Louis. The bride is a graduate of Ely- ' theville High School. Spaghetti Dinner WED., OCT. 8!h Bcall, Mre. Eva Elkins. Mrs. A. J. Cole, Mrs. C. E. Lynch, and Mrs. Sam Wiitson. PRESCRIPTIONS 1'rcsli Slock Giiaranlccd lies! Prices Kirby Drug Stores IVltal Can J$ Wjan 'Believe ? Sermons on this subject will be delivered by The Rev. J. Hodge Alvej Rector of Christ Churrh l.iltle Rock St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Sixth »n« Walnut Five nights, Oct. 5 through 9, at 7:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c At All Times TdiCS - \VKD - THURS Dnuhle Feature —Plus— t*S- -JI "i* RANDOLPH SCOTT BBOO C8AWFOK) Also Cartoon New Silhouette in your AlNmportant SUEDE OPERA # at teen in Mademoiselle The new docp-cvit, gracefully rounded (hroiilline nuikcs this Fall's opera especially flattering to Ihe fool and so hcantifully fitting! With the new soft toe for comfort plus. In Rlack Suede or Red Calf. ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE Repairing - Ctemolnir • Drdng «l W Main DU1 JS4» 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 TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY level/ ItiScious lovable M-G-M"'s hoppy leop Yeor pic* -LARRY PARKS ELIZABETH TAYLOR * Shorts: Madison Square Garden & Rooty Toot RITG GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Geart and family Air. and Mrs. Rene George and family Mr. and Mrs. Oil Mullins and family Mr. and Mrs. R. V. MaNory and family Open 7:0« p.m. Show SUrU >t Dusk; 2 Shows F.vrrj Nljhl TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY *//* , Dollar Nite*! Bring a Car Full for a Dollar A'ic Cartoon & Comedy

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