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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 20, 1952
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVIU.E (ARJU COURIER NEWS MOKDAT, OCTOBER W, IWt acte Fat Mullins, Society Editor Bride-Elect Is Complimented Mrs. Kenneth Pott and Miss Dohna Bohnnnon were hostesses for R shower given for Miss Mary Morrison Dowdy, who will t» married In December at Enid, Okln., to Alton Dudley Hardy. Special guests nt (lie Saturday event were Mrs. A. A. Hnrdy, mother of Mr. Hardy, and Mrs, C. S. Dowdy, mat her of the bride-elect. Chrysanthemums in bronze nnd gold were used about the entertaining rooms- In party gamps played. Mrs. Gene Pierce and Miss Mona Goodrich tvon prizes, A salad course ? H ns served at the conclusion ol the evening's activities. Tor the occasion. MIs.s Dowdy chafe a trousseau frock of kelly green jersey with blnrk accessories. She wns given a corsage of yellow- carnations for her shoulder. Visual Screening To Be Conducted Visual screening of grade schrxil children will he conducted again this year by Blytlieville junior Auxiliary members, with ihe conpl eratioti of the Parent-Teachers Association of ench school, according fo Mrs. Albert K. Taylor, chairman. Screening of third to sixth grade students has begun In Central school where a volunteer PTA rnombes works with an Auxiliary member. A= In the past, parents are notified of any defects found. Mrs. James Terry, CentrtU PTA president, reported the following volunteer workers: Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. W. J. ritzhugh, Mrs. J. W. Adams. Mrs. Jack Jorcfon, Mrs. W. Ellis Hodges. Mrs. W. A. I'ick- ard, Mrs. Curtiss Anderson, Mrs. J. Mrs. Mlfec Parks. Mrs. H. O. Smith. W. Rainwater, Mrs. raham Sudbury, Mrs. A. B. Hall. .Mrs. Elmer Llml- say. Mrs. Victor Stllwell. Mrs. Clint Caldwell, Mrs. Ira Walters. Mrs, H. P. Halford and Mrs. Lawrence Pn'mnl. Auxiliary Members who will work on the screening program under Mrs. J. F. McCalla. Mrs. Jack Hale. Mrs. Taylor are Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Mrs. Bill Young. Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Mrs. P. D. Smith, Mrs. Terry and Mrs. Bob Logan. Visual screening hns been conducted for the past three 5 - enrs In School District No. 5 by Auxiliary members as part of their cM!;l care program. MAKKIEI)— Mrs. Frederick ! Kan-el Bcrry- liill was before her Oct. a w c d (I i n g in Ponoloc, Miss., M i s s A n n a W esto n McDonald, a nieni- lier of fSlytlic- v i I I e faculty. Tl) e coiiplb is making their home h <! r c w here II r. Berryhitl is associated wi t h General M o t ors Acceptance Corp. I Bits of News Fifth Grade Has Program at School Members of Miss Betty Black's mill eratlc at Central School presented a program (or parents last week at school. Other guests were Miss sunshine Swift and her fifth grade children. Those taking parts In the play, "Peter's House," were .Julia Ann Jordan, Anne Bailey, Charles Bilbrey, Jerry Lowe and Ervan Wlmberly. GUPMS of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and family Sunday were his mother, Mis. W. I. Mallory r Br, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. De, all of JInyll, Mo, * Ted ]louder h visiting his sl.stcr, Mrs. William Hobbins, in Kansas City, Kan. Mrs. Frank Whllworlh, Mrs. Joe Heastey, Mrs, H. A. Nelson, and Mrs. Max Logan left yesterday for Chicago where they will visit for several days. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Heard and daughters of Newport, Ark., are the ble - wncn Mrs - George Hate, regent, BHCS'U o! the U, S. Bransons. The* presided, DAG Has Meeting At Hotel Noble At) 1 la.m. meeting of the Daughters of the American Colonists WOA held last Wednesday at Hotel No- Anna Weston McDonald Is Married Miss Anna Woslon McDonnld, 'laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert, WrUln.ce McDonald of Ponloloe, Miss., became the bride of Frederick Fa rrell Be try hill, son of Mr. and A gold nccklnce with a iienrlnnd dinmnnd crt-sccnt shaped pendant, a family heirloom, was the only ornament. Ushers wore floh Favrell, I\irc\- Mrs. HimU-r Fredrick Kerry hill of | gould; Harold Porter. Little Rock, Party Entertains Frances Bright Mrs. Mel Hay entertained her sister, Miss Prances Bright, nt the home of their parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. Charles Bright, with a desert- bridge nnd canastn parly on Saturday afternoon. Miss Brteh(., a member of (he faculty of Charleston, Mo., schools, was the week end guest of her parents. ' , Each table \vtis centered with n 6mall pumpkin, and Rt Intervals in the living rooms wore tall nrntsge- ment of burnt orange chrysanthemums. In the afternoon's canasta game, Mrs. Jack Owens won high score, with high In going to Mrs. Florence Moore. -Mrs. Owens tilso won the brlcigo prize. The honorne was presented a gift by her hostess. That Magic Jumper m a four o'clock ceremony Oct. 5. '• A Inige group of friends nncl relatives of (he couple assembled ;il j the Presbyter Inn Church in Pontotoc. whore the couple pledged their marriage vows, The Rev, B. I. Anderson officiated sit the double ring exchange. Mrs. Berryhill ts a member of the IJIythe- ville faculty ,and Mr. nerryhlU is awoclnted \viih General Motors Acceptance Corp. here. Against a backdrop of clusters of ferns, the nllar decorations featured a center of fan-shaped arrangement of gold mums on spreading sprays of Oregon torn extending to each side where forns formed a base for the Ivy entwined white standards holding baskets of matching mums. Tiers of white candelabra, decorated with Ivy and holding while candles lighted the bridal scene. Klbbon sections of the sanctuary were marked by gold mums, surrounded by plastic luce and tied with white stitfn. ,- Miss Vera Balihon, the bride's aunt, played a prelude of nuptial music, which Included "Souvenir", "Intermezzo," "Chanson" find "Thine Alone." During the ceremony, "My Heart nt Thy Sivcel Voice" was heard. Hubert McDonald. Jr., the bride's brother, snng "Because," nncl "I i Love Thee." Wagner's wedding march from Lohengrin and Mendelssohn's nmcch were the processional and recession tU. John Snlmon. DM1 Fntroll and Graves Blake lighted the tnpevs. Miss Peggy Swanyo of Memphis \vns UJD bririe's maid of honor njjd only altcnrlnnt. She wore a sftft- tinted gold sntin brocade ballet length dress, with an underskirt of j pleated nylon net. Her head dress ' was n circlet of gold colored satin. She curried a crescent shaped bouquet of bron7c mums:. Entering on the arm of her father, the bride chose a bridal gown of ivory (nllta taffeta, fashioned with a nylon tulle yoke, outlined with A 3 cue on lace, forming a portrait neckline. The full box plcntcd skirt fell into a cathedral train. Her fingertip veil of ivory nylon tulle fell from a coronet of oinnpe blossoms. She carried a cascade arrangement of stephnnotis, fleur (Vamour, centered with an orchid. and Hobpi't GimLner, Paragould. Mrs. McDonald wore for the marriage of her daughter, a PaUilln model of navy chiflon with taflnta side drape and navy accessories. A corsage of gardenias completed her costume. Mia, Bcrryhfll was dre.ssed In a black and blue changeable t a He I a complemented by aqua nt:ccw-ories f»nd a gardenia tarsnce. Mrs. John H. Salmon. Sr.. maternal grandmother of the bride, wore v/itl attend the circus at Walker Park today. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whttsitt ol JoncKbnrn were In Blylhevllle yesterday u> visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner ar.d daughter. Pat, were in Brink Jey over the week end to visit Mrs, Wagner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. V, Pfeifor. Mr, and Mrs. Dick Burns visited In Augusta yesterday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Larker, who observed their 50t!i wcclclii ij ' anniversary. [ Lt. and Mrs. O?car R. Willing- hatii nf Poiisncola, Flu., announce tho birth of their first child, n daughter, Kathy Lynn, Oct. 5. Lt. Wllllnqhnm !s the son of Mrs. Ruby Willinghnm of 621 Chickasawba. Mrs. Paul Abbott nnd daughter, Polly, and Mrs. Calvin HolliuB-s- worth and daughter. Cathy, were it) Porfageville yesterday to visit llifJr -sister, Mrs. J. W. Widncr, Mr. Wldner, and daughter. Priscilla. Frank Grlgsby underwent surrjory night nt BlylhcvHlc Hospital. Ills condition this morning was reported ns satisfactory. Relatives of the la(n Mrs, Ida Mne Ellis, who attended her funeral here were Mrs, Owen Taylor of Helle villc. 111., J. F. Ellis of Flint. Mich.; Mr. nntl Mrs. Marvin Bennett, Miss Ann Bennett. George Bennett, nnd Miss Christine Thompson, all of Tiurnann; Mr. and Mrs. Norval Funk of Hatrisburg, Ark.; Mrs. Virginia Uelcher, Miss Shirley Ann He k'b or. Miss Sue 15 rat ton Belcher, Homer Lee DraUon. nil of CharlcK- trm, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bca- Mra, J. C. Ellis gave the opening prnyer. which was'followed by the pledge to Hag, An open discussion on ''National Defense" was conducted, and In the business, (he chapter voted to give a donation to Nodcna Indian Museum and to the veterans hospital funds in Arkansas. Luncheon was served Iti the dining room of the hotel. a gi-ny and block silk crepe with | nrtt and Mr. and Mis. Reese Bcn- rhinestone trim and a yardcnla cor- j nctt, all of Slkc.ston, Mo.; Mrs. Loc sage! A wedding reception was Riven for the young couple at "Fernwood." the -suburban hrnne of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sulmon, uncle and aunt of the bride, The- gold a nrl wh itc color motif was used in decorations. A ihroc- tiored wedding cake centered the bride's table. H was topped with White; of East St. Louis. III.; Mr. and Mrs. Wesley White and family of Walnut Ridge, Ark.; Leon Northern nnd Davis Bradley of Bcrtrand, Mo.; H. C. Bennett of Sikeslon; Mr. and Mrs. Herlxrt Shirley and Mrs, Loraln Price of West Helena, Ark. pnls green leaves nnd lilies of valley, and a miniature bride nnd groom standing under p. wedding L bell. ••"., <i I Mfiny out of towiv'" JiestK ,we're ^ ' from Memphis, pnint^ in Mississippi, I Mrs. Gcnrtre Pnllnr-k \vas hostess nnd Arkansas. i to members of the Friday Contract! Club at her home Friday afternoon, when guests of the club members The couple left for New Orients for a wedding triji, (he brute wcnr- Ing t\ bEowii winter cotton twrcrt suit with lyfnwh and black velveteen trlmrntciK "'and while linen *«r.rrt« on tlie sleeves ami coat. She wore n bended black hat, block accessories, and a cream orchid to coin- i included Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Cecil Shane. A vase of roses was placed the living room, where .she entertained. Mrs. Loy Welch won first hteh Coming Events Monday Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church meet at the church at 7 p.m. Rebecca Lodge has 7:30 p.m. meeting for regular meeting, followed by a covered dish dinner, honoring birthdays and anniversaries, Faith. Hone and Love Groups of (he Christ inn Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church have 7 p.m. polluck supper, Hostess Mrs, Freeman Robinson and co- hosiess is Mrs. Allxirt Taylor. Business Women's Circle of Trinity Baptist Church hns 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. \V. W. Lowe at 2110 Henley St. Tuesday Business Women's Circle Three of Calvary Baptist Church has 7:30 p.m. meeting at the Herman Mayes. Junior High School , Parent- Teachers Association has a regular business meeting nt school at 3 p.m. preceded by n meeting of the executive board at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Eugene Brown is hostess to members of BSW Siunba club. Mrs. Worth Holder entertains the members of Trt-Town Bridge Club, Miss Betty Nell Holland is hostess (.o members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Mrs. J. F. Montandon is hostess to members of the La Petite Club at her home. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets fit the club. Exercise Before Bath Stimulates Body Pn i i vpji t, lui LT-i ui| IIEIU Wllll I lie "I" V 1 cjcle exercise. It is easj on \our3L tired 1iod> and good for clrciila AL lion This Umbering everclse \UlliH roll excess poundage ofl your up- * per thighs, subdue your stomaeh bulges and take lumps off your hips (above left). Before you step Into Ihe bath, make a mist mask for your face. Just wet your special cake of English soap anil run it over your face in a rolling innlion (unjier right). Keep the misl mask on wjille you relax in the tub, When you are ready to remove the mask, give yourself hot, then cold, then lint, then cold repented rinsings fo * wash away the last bubble. \Vhile you are soakinp in the luh. let your body and mind I'omplelely rchix. Turn the plmitugi aph on. The kinks of Hie day will slitle ,ui ty while yimr skin is being sninolliccl as well us eliMtied to a shine itv the foainv suds (cenlrr), Tly ALICIA HART NKA Keauly Editor If you have never considered bathtin.e an adventure in beauty, relaxation and rejuvenation, you don't know what you've been missing. Before you allow any more of the Joys of bathing pass you by, here are sonic suggestions to get you in the mood for the event. Exercise comes first. It will increase circulation, and relax your tired body. One of the best, for the nubby one to really pat your body] dry. Smaller, smoother versions! simply won't do the trick. The final refreshing and beauli- : lying step is cologne. Splash your favorite fragrance over your body, and you'll know what, it means to (eel gloriously alive. Taking a bath is definitely an art—one, fortunately, that is 'being revived. Incase you'd like even more hints, there's a new booklet entitled "So You Think You Know How to Take a Bath," that you may P. O. Box 1300. Gnuid Central Station, New York 22. New York. Now is ihe time to enjoy the wonders of the bath.. They will mnke you feel younger, lovelier and healthier. Mas purpose is the bicycle exercise. This} have, without- charge, by writing to limbering exercise will roll excess _ poundage off your upper thighs, | subdue your stomach bulges and 1 O j K}^ T'looe take lumps off your hips. j OIUR, ^Idbb Since the soap you use can make all the difference between the SUCCESS nnd failure of your bath, you will want to choose it carefully. A sonp thnt has English rain water In Its formula offers skin beauty in its touch. Make a mist mask of the soap i were Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. W. A. home of Mrs, | by running it over your face in a ] Stickmon, Mrs. L. M. Burnett, and ' rolling motion. Then soap your fin- 1 Mrs. M. L, Kyle, ger.s and add a second cent to the Mrs. L. M. Burnett gave the de- tiny suds that are. already clinging 1 votional followed by a rending by to your face. Keep the mask on j Mrs. E. D. Ferguson. Mrs. Alex while you are in the tub. but don't forget to thoroughly rinse the last bubble away. After you have slipped Into your tub, completely reiax. Let all the thoughts and problems of the day dissolve. If yon feel inclined, turn the phonograph -needle on your French or Spanish lessons before getting into the tub. Or, just listen to soothing music. Take the time to concentrate on 1 your ears, elbows, back, heels and Meeting at Church Members of the Ladies' Bible Class of the First Methodist Church held a regular meeting at the church Friday afternoon, when ?3 members attended, and hostesses Shelby gave a 1980 forecast and Bible Quiz.. Mrs. W. I. Dtinton was in charse of the business session, in which yearly reports were heard. Mrs. Henderson Hall gave each member a year book. After members repeated the Lord's Prayer, the hostesses served cake and coffee. Mrs. M. O. Htvcggcn ol Sylvania, O., was a guest. plcment lier nttite. 1 score nnd l>rirt|-o, ami th= hostess They are now at home in Dlythc- mm second. Li^ht refresInneiHs -.vcre served. Members of the American Legion Auxiliary iias regular meeting at the Hut. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Eisma Phi has 7:30 meeting at home^of Mrs. .W. C. Higginson. HosU'H-fisJMlre ^Ir-s. James Rogers and Mrs. Joseph McHaney. \Verines[la>Mrs. F, E. Black entertains members of the Wednesday Bridge Club. Cinb Eight has meeting with Mrs. Charles Langston. Dcltoninn Chapter of Delphian society has 10 a.m. meeting at Ho- cl Noble. M Tha PwMtlvnta* ...,34iV,T. Oini he UNITED STATES 8895 11-20 By Sue Burnett The way to make n wardrobe do double duty—sew a prelty jumper blouse set. then team up the pieces with similar items and you have a different looking costume each time. This pair Is so young and smart. Patlern No. 8895 is a se\v-nte perforated pattern in sizes 11. 12. 1.1, 14, 16, 18. 20. She 12, Jumper, 3*» yards of 39-inch; blouse, Pi yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Stic Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Fall and Winter. This new Issue Is filled with ideas tor smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed inside the booi, 25o, V/Of/J's Outstanding Concert Band LEGION MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM BLYTHEVULE, ARK. WED., NOV. 5th Student Malincc 2:30 p.m. Adm. 50c $1 Night Performance 8:15 p.m SS1.50 $2.00 RESERVED SEATS For nlglil performance on sale al Courier News or mail check lo P.O. Box 107. $2.00 General Admission Tickets al Owens Druf Slore. Kolhrock's or through anj- Clrlc Club AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY 12 Big Stars! — Plus- Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel R1TZ GUESTS Mr. unit Mrs. \V. I. Matin Drs. Cnrl and Eilna Nics Mr. and Mrs. Morris Xellncr and family Mr. and Mrs. Harrv \YcUlmnn nnd family TUESDAY 8. WEDNESDAY MARILYN MONROE tyeiy ln^ o Womonj^^k.i-. tvery loch a Stor. RICHARD WIDMARK - MAWliM \" MONROE, Selected Shorts S. Novelty Reel soies. Do a complete scrubbing job, and enjoy everv single moment of it. Since alt good things must- come to mi end. when you finally force yourself to get out of the tub, fitep •into K lively*^shower*to rTRs&f off any remaining suds. Your tubbing relaxes you mentally and physically, and that cxtru "pert" note of n bracing .shown — no matter whether it is hot, cold or lukewarm—Is Just the thing to put a shine in your eyes, a glow on your skin. Annual Banquet Given at Church Annual banquet for the Seeker? Sunday School Class of Calvnry Baptist Church was held Thursday night at thf/church, when 42 members and guests attended. Ro?e and white was the motif U5ed in decorating the tables. Neal Gucrian gave the message of the evening, and Mrs. Mark A,n- derson pave the class history, fol- lowert by a vocal duet by the Hcv And don't underestimate the im- I p. H. Jcrnignn imd Edwin Barger portnnce of your towel. Use a large' vcrnon Boyd gave the benediction. ' I'''- ' LITTLE LOW HEELS for Black Suede 7.95 RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Hill Avis Mr. and Mrs. .lark Henry Mr. and Mrs. .Johnny Young and family Mr. and Mrs. Hngh Hudson nnd family Perfect companion* for ilic d.iys .iVic.iJ. whether your life be campus or career. Designed for smart, busy people like you .tailored to take you on or off the c.impus. 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