The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 23, 1952
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PAGE FOUR " BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pat Alullina, Society Editor Phone 4<161 Bride Honored At Meeting Held By YarbroWSCS ThP highlight of A nipMinj; of nK»mbprs of th* 1 Yarbro Women's Society of Christian 'Service ol the MothoriiM Church, was a showpr complimenting Airs, Billy Joe Nelson, recent brirte. who was hetorfi her marriage. Miss Lurlene Hatley. Twenty-right members and nl/ie. guest.-; attended the affair piven In the home of Mrs. J. D. Hemby with Mrs. Ellis Wheeler a«i co-hostess. Tn the program. Mrs. Milton Bunch was tiie leader, anti Mrs. Monroe Beshai'.tc ar;ri Mr5, O!<mn Bunch took parte. Mrs. Denny Hammond g.^ve the devotion which was followed by pvayer led by Mrs. Johnny Bruton, A brief business was cpnriudcd. Decorating the Hemby home were arrangements of summer flowers, with an unusual study of sun flowers held in a wooden bowl. The bride's table was ofmrrrd with a wedding cake and a bridal doll. Tee cream and cake were served by the hostesses. Double Shower Given in Home A combination layette shower and birthday party was given last night on the lawn at the home o[ Mrs. Tom Burns, complimenting Mrs. Herman Lane and Mrs. Ralph Caudle. Gifts of layette were given to Mrs. Caudle and birthday gifts were given (o Mrs. Lane, by the ?S gne.sts who attended. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Harold Hagen of St. Louis, guest of Mrs. Clarence Branam, and Mrs Fred Morgan of Gillette, guest of Mrs. Paul Hughes. Tee Cream and cake were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Donald Waller, Mrs. Buddy Joe Layton, and Mrs. Burns. Bits of News ///ojt/i Meetings Conducted By Trinity Members A 1 p.m. lum-heon was held at Trinity Baptist Churrh Monday by I the members of tile Women's Mis- New Harmony WMU Meets In Home Members of the New Harmons- Baptist Women's MiMloiurr Union held their meeting In the home, ot Mrs. W. \V. Watson on Monday. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Watson and opening 1 prayer was led by Mrs. W. R. Clausel. During a brief business session, reports were given and a disrusslon conducted on the purchasing of library table for the church. The program, "Liberty and Justic? For All." was given by Mrs. O. V. Bimn. MM. Agnes Hitt Mrs. Watson, Mrs, L. O. Wilson, Mrs. Edwin Smltherman. Mrs. J. A Dobbins, and was completed with the pledge,? to the flag of America and the Christian flag. Mrs. Smltherman, who was ft guest from Detroit. Mteh.. led the closin? prayer. The hostesses served refreshments in a social hour. At the Hospitals Blj-thrvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Larry Moody. Dell. 5frs. 8. H. Lnwson. City. Willis Cathey, City. Walls HosplUl Dismissed: Larrj- Bynlm, City. Jim Wilson, Rt. 2, For A Tiny School Belle Mr.s. T. H. Haynes has gone to Fort- Smith lo visit her son for three weeks. Miss Marion Mayes will leave tomorrow to spend the week onrt in Mississippi. While there, she will he a bridesmaid in the weddlnz ol Miss Jean Lowery lo LI. Laurie Ecks at Blue Moiml.ilJi, and will i-i.sit friends In Tupelo and Houston for ahout five days. Ronnie Faye Elehleson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Etchieson. is vacationing for two weeks in Ft. Myers, Fla. as the guest of Mr. and -Mrs. W. A. Carter and Mr, and Mrs. Glen Devore. Misses Ruby Jo and Jeffic Hall have returned from a vacation trip lo Topeka, Kan., where they visited Cpl. Gilbert nisher, who Is stationed there in the Air Force. They were accompanied home by Cpl. Bisher for two days. Miss Dorothy Mlz/ril of Memphis and Blythoville has returned to Memphis after visiting her mother; Mrs. Dnra Ml/zrll. W. A. Hollinessvorlh was removed Monday from Kennedy Oeneral Hospital In Memphis to his home Mrs. HollrtgMvorth and son, Jerry, motored him home. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson left Sunday for a vacation trip In N'ew Orleans and Biloxi and olher points of interest in the south. Mrs. J. A. Davis has been removrd [rom Walls Hospital Monday. She suffered a stroke at her home more than two weeks ago but fs gradually showing improvement. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster hnve as their sliest, Mrs. Poster's sister. Mrs. Margaret, CrcswU o( Jackson. Miss. The Foster's daughter, Mrs. Fred Steadman and children, Fred, Jr. and Betay will arrive today from Vietorvllle, Calif. Mr. anrl Mrs. Samuel F. Iv'orrLs. Mr. and Mp. W. J, Pollard and Miss Betty Black have returned from a.vacation spent in Florida. Mr. a'nd Mrs. F. E. Black are spending tu-o weeks In Michigan and Wisconsin. Mrs. Barney Cozart has returned from 10 days spent In New York City with her sister. Mis. Charley Jours and Mr. Jones. Mrs. Allen Stiicey and children. Rebecca and Steve ot Hughes are guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs E. M. McCall this week. Janet Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Victor Wilson has been dismissed from Walls Hospital where she underwent treatment for several days. Mr. and Mrs. HaroM Ha sen of St, Louis are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Branam. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hushes have a." their Ruest, Mrs, Hughes' mother, Mrs. Fred Morgan of Gillette, Ark for several weeks. A daughter wns bom In Mr, and Mrs. Arthur R. Harrison yesterday at the Methodist Hospital In Memphis. She Li their first child and has been named LoNell F.llen. Mr. and Mrs. George Hnbbard. Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin of Meridian, Miss., will spend this week end at Norfork Lake Dr. and Mrs. W. p. Brewer will leave tomorrow for a visit with frlenris and relatives In Gnlrnjid.i III., and Smithland. Ky. Thev will visit Kentucky Lake Dam and attend a barbecue dinner next Sunday. Pvl. Walter Johnson is spending a 30-day furlough with his mother. Mrs. Verdle Johnson before reporting lo Camp Stoneman. Calif, for assignment.. Dr. and Mrs. 1. R. Johnson have as their guest., her si.ster. Mr?. L. L. McDearman of Halls, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. George DMah.mty announce the Wrth of a i.'auclitcr Monday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis Rde is their third child Thej- have two olher rtn:r< liters Cynthia and Melissa. Mrs. O. W. Olllahunl.v was In i sionary Society, which was followed by a business meeting and pro- K] am, Mrs. R. W. Woolen led the 1ft who attended In repeating their warrh- word to hogm the mnrtmg. Pir.yer was given by Mrs: E. C. Thompson. Mrs. L. n. Kenvripttl was in charge of the program, and those who lni}V. parts were Hetty Crocker, Onulj-y. Henson, Barbara Sawyers. Bomife Henson, all members of the Girl^ Auxiliary. The prociam, "Missionary* in Kur- ope," was completed with prayer by | Mrs. R. W. Woolen. Business Women's Circle met In the home of Mrs. Irene Prilcharri wi!h |fl members, one new mcmb n r, Mrs. Margaret Jones, and one visitor present for the meeting. A royal service ; proi<ram and business session was conducted. Mrs. f(. W. Woolen gave the devotional and Mrs. Ltiry Koonce led prayr. The rinsing prayer was given by i Mrs. Woolen: Refreshments were served rn- the hostess in the social period which followed. Cotton Ploys An Important Ro!e in Hot-Weather Wear for Any Occasion WEDNESDAY, JULY 23," 1952 8858 33 yti. By Sue Burnett An Adnruhl? little voXed dre.«s lor i her lir.'t day at 8,-hool. Dainty eye- j let if used ffir porkel trim ami yoke and there's a saucy bow at the neckline, it requires n minimum of fab-' rfc. too. | Pattern Xo. SS58 I' a <ew-rlle per- ' forated pattern in ei7f-s 3. 4, .5. <>. T, [ 8 years. Size 4. 1H yards of 39-iitcli; i 1 * yard ! For this pattern, send 30c In' COINS, your namp. flrirtrets , sue rifslri-d, and the PATTERN XUM- \ HER to Sue Burnett, Couripr News, 375 Qtiincy St., Chicago 6. Ill, \ Ready lor you nou 1 —Basic FASH- : ION for '52 Pall and Winter. This } new L<sue Is filled with Ideas for j ,<mart, practical fiewlnp for a now - feasrm; ei(t pattern printed inskie (he book, 25c, i EXERCiSt l& MERELY A QUE5TIOM OF You exercise good menl when you come here for your jewelry needs. The more oflen you come in. (he greater your satisfaction. CREDIT JEWELER) t-z LOCAL axprt W LOCAL PfOPl€ BV LOCAL FeOPLf GIFTS 114 W. MAIN 'Ruth' Class Meets In Home of Member Jan Mullins was hostess yesterday lo members of the "Ruth" Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church at the home of her parents. Mrs, c. M. Abbott,, the teacher of the class helped the girls m,iko up a memo book for the year's progress and led in a round'table discussion. Their president, Marilyn Baker was presented with n gift from the class. The hostess served refreshments with the assistance of her mother' Mrs. R. o. Mullins. The new.fount! elegance of cotton is evidenced by these designs in which Ihe fabric lias been Ju/iilteri ev.iclly .15 any luxury fabric would be treated. Hope Skillman's needlepoint pique is used (left) for an evening fown that has; front skirl panel filled in with nylon tulle. Applique embroidery is used to emphasize Ihe forward skirt movement anil hipline. Tweed tl;imask cotton (center) is cut into a fiiil-skirletl Summer suil tint has wide, rounded collar and arched hipline. Copper-colored coin tints sprinkle the surface (riglil) of this dress lhat Ins arched hipline and very full front panel. Neckline is cut lo deep V—By Oaile Dujas, NEA Woman's Editor. HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. j - _ II their parents and gramimircnts., i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester, Mr anci i Mr*. Joe David Samford were driv- j j en home by the Le.ster.s, who re- .' mained a week. I Mr. mid Mrs. Frank Donahue ami are among Michipa-i vaca- tionists here, spent Tuesday. Wcrt: ncsrtay and Thursday with Mr. At Hie John Duv-sll residence this-Donnhiio's mother Mrs Gladys week Is the latter's mother. Mrs. j Donahue, and other relatives in The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license in the Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Connor, held throughout the week complimented her son, Charles Ril5sel, with a party for 10 of his little friends on his serenth Wrth- 1 i n hn nv,,.,n o , -•",""" •.-•,.-." ,..<;. „ dny. indno, and outdoor games were < £,, rp ™", . S&cstor. who | Eaton. Tenn. played and a children's program ™ ' *".'. mnam thclr B»«t for at. in- ! Robert N'ea television ht^prd to entertain mi. HMU Air?. Mam: ijonanij" Fina ff - , . . "•"=•- •• •" -•"=Jj! son who are a,,,on S Michiga, vaca- ; «£< ^f^*™^ Johnny Taylor and Miss Evelyn McMullin, ooth of Blythe- Irene ville. definite time. In and out of hospitals: A patient at the Memphis Baptist hos- ! pital two days this week. Mr.^. Bet Couple Wins First In Bridge League Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims took top i honors at a meeting last merit ot members of the Blytheville. Country Club Duplicate Bridge Lactic. In the five-table Howell move- men!. Mrs. B. A. Lynch anti Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins won second phre. and in third were Mrs. s. E. Tune rmd Harry W. Katnes. guests. Refrestimenls were served on a picnic table in the shaded back yard. The laige chocolate cake holding the candles was decorated wirh liny enndy animals and served vvitii slices of ice cream and soft riru\«s. Mrs. Frank Brown, Mr.s. Anci) VVp'i!) ancles. T. R. Wilkins listen the ; Havin? bcrn a pa[;raf -' ^^1 | Veteran's in Memphis the past „.. , _ ! woe'*. tJoleman Threet will return I Charles David s] a t c r,, son r>f Mr. ' Thursday or Friday. You Can Find Almost • - - -.Any Kind of Electricity Mrs. Karl E Garrett during the '] i;_ i r- i, week, s mday. the Garretts were \ *-OO.«(//)g Long Enough' •al, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry N'eal, has visited Set. nnri . . the G Eiiesl.s of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Horije ty Samford is home convalc-srinsj. | of Blytheville, when they drove Mrs. Will Ellis who has recently I ~ undergone surgery at Banje.s in! Robert home. After two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Memphis Is recovering nicelv S!ie i Earnest McCrary, Sgt. and Mrs. is at. her home west ol Holland. I Ralph McCrary have retuined tc - : Fort Smith, Ark._ Miss PhJ'liss .\tc- Crary is home after several weeks at Fort Smith with her sister, Cpl. and Mrs. R. H. Wild. MINNEAPOLIS (/P) — You can find almost any kind of eiectricltv if you look far enough, say the scientists in an engineering laboratory 'Minneapolis-Honeywell) here. Most U. S. electricity is 60-cycle "' 1 > ' " cm flnd 25 -' c! ' cle nt on ^' where he spent less than a week. Almost fix years of ase, Cn.irles David was able to began his lirst .school year Monday, the- opcnin and Mrs. O. H. finkslon in Hayti and Mr. and Mr.s. Wallace Thompson in N'a.shviite. j The Rev. and Mrs. Fred Borcn ! and Mr, and Mrs. Billy Su.Bleton Coming Events . has 42-cycle. Gibraltar, 76 and Cairo 40 or 50. So the laboratory here, part of a company which makes automatic controls, has machines which will make electricity with any desired I cycle. They use it to test control i devices designed for export. Man Often Needs Boost for Eao anmlrntio in as well He needs yrnii as your love. He need.' to feel your pride in him \vhen he lias done well fully as much as he needs you to stand by him when he meets with a failure. He needs (a have you laugh at the things he finds amusing as well as to understand liim when he talking jrricmfil He n e e d s lo (pel that you appreciate his working to support- you, along «• i t h your a s - sumption that, uf course, he will always look out for you. Ruth Mlllett He needs for his home to be a plane where he is proud to bring his friends, as much as he needs it. as a place where he can relnx and do as he pleases. He needs for you to accept him as he is, faults and all, and still feel sure that you will never cxposa his faults or failures to outsiders. He needs to feel jiroiid of you, n'j well as to have pride in his own ability. He needs lo he able to be honest with you, instead of havine to con. stantly X'eep things from you. He needs to be able to' lose his temper occasionally, without havinz it held against him Ions after the Incident is over. He needs to have you take the first, step In jnsWm; up after a quarrel, because his masculine pride holds him tack, even though he may be sorrier about the whole thing than you are. He needs to be treated like s man, not like a husband. He needs to be able to feel pride when he speaks those two words "my wife." ' All of those are things t man needs from his wife. makes a// your coofr/tra yot/r Aesf VEGEMBIE •• — • »-»-'•!•>.. 11 j . mi -^11 11.1115 H mi AH , ana Mrs till IV cal'.^ 1C 1 ton ; date ,,,r the local school. No yaraly- • were in Memphis Frldav where they ! 5S ls "'Went. ' Memphis yesterday to visit Mrs George nillnhiinty nt Me:hmll=t' Hospital. She was accompanied by Limin and Susie Taylor and Gayla Mrs. G. C. Lee. and Mrs. J. M. Glll.c£pjft-hRve returned to Dvers- burg af!<?r spendinB a u-eek end'with Mrs. George Dillnhimty. lliey v\ere accompanied home by John Tav- lor. The Rev. and Mrs. \V. J. Firzhugh have as their guest his niece. Miss Can-ill Smith-Vaniz of Canton. Miss. . | purchased a collection 'of bnfe for ' B^ kcmr) ""' " Bbthevli •s of Thursday Rook Club •« " home of Mrs. Neville i Duplicate Bridge Returning Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs.! Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Walker and I "^5° ^vnn^'n^iBh'es*' entertains Oda Smith and family and Mission were guests at dinner We ines- members of La Npuve Bririsre ch.h Shirley Rogers were guests of Mr. ; day with Mr. and Mr.s. Evereite at her ^home lNPUie ' Bndge Club and Mrs. Denver M. Wri-'Jlt „!. tl.pir Sir.« and vutted Mrs. Waikcr's SalurcUr rnnnV^ »h a C*l Tin,,.il,^ n: „ :_ T-,-_: \ . ,, -_ _. " ' ".TtliUrlld} . . . an vste rs. ^cr' ranch, the El Ranchn Rio. in Doni- i mother, Mrs. Ollte Youns, in Wcir- phan. Mo., where a Smith family re- ; dell. union of relatives and friends was > Follo\i-inj a two-weeks vacation Blytlieville Duplicate Brictee, Lcaaue plays weekly afternoon' game. So many ""•/ Where you buy your food you'll find handy six-bottle cartons of Coke ... because Coke, food and appetites are good partners. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. dmission !lc <£ 30c At All Tinips \VK1).-THI'RS. I'M. MTKS 2 l-'tir I'rk'c of I INAPAWJED ,.,ii ii lilt iiUV •<• ; "' ' 'CARMEN AMAYA U'lW.J 'KING COIE IRIO Bottle Carton il.l Dc£<l I FALL PLANTING SEED A(R,CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES-TODAY RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Richard Fa ugh t & Family Mrs. Nora Sprarlle.v Ilr. & Mrs. .James L. Guard Mr. & Mrs. A. G. Hall THURSDAY & FRIDAY AUSTRALIAN with PETP;R I.AWFOHO • MAUREEN CVHARA Also Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS r. * .Airs. C. A. Himlman S Family .^Ir. & .Mrs. .loc Shanks & Family Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Smith X- Family Mr. & Mrs. I,. M Vance K HAIRV VKTC'H, SKKt) \VHKAT, BARI.KV FKS- Cl'E AM) CJ.OVKHS M'AV CROP SEED BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Phone fiS5B-BS57 lOTTltD UNOE8 AU7HOKITY Of THE COCA..COU COMPANY SY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF BLYTHEVILLE "CclV'll nr>g!i!>r>4lrmfe-Riiirt. ^ US), lur COCJ.CAU WE MEET ALL PRICES Y/HOLESALE Oft RETAIL HOT or COLD! A Slice orTruckload! SPECIAL PRICES ^ FOR PICNICS AND PARTIES BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET .Mam Street lilytheville

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