The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 29, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 29, 1952
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS iATORDAT, HOT. M, 1*91 Pat MulUna, Soctety 'Editor Fbuo* 4461 Breakfast Given For Bride-Elect LaVonne Port lock Second In the series of planned pre-nupllal events for Miss LaVonne Pprtlock was a breakfast given this morning at'fhe Rustic Inn. Hostesses tor the affair were Miss Kathryn Weslbrook, Miss Nora Simpson, Miss Rosana Cleveland Mrs. John (Tip) Hollingsworlh. Miss Portlock, who will be married to Robert Smith Garrett of Steele Dec. 27 at the First Baptist Church in Blytheville, chose Tor the occasion, a navy blue u-ool suit with matching accessories. She was given a corsage of a single gardenia surrounded by pink sweetheart rosebuds. The T-shaped table about which the 15 guests were seated was centered at the head with'* fan-shaped arrangement, of white miniature > chrysanthemums, with white chrysanthemums In smaller arrangements running the length of the table: Presented to the honorte by the hostesses was * gift of lingerie. Joy BTU Class ' ' Conducts Party Memberf of the Joy Training Union Class of the First Baptist Church were guests of Ernestine Holt last night> when she entertained «t the home of her parents. Guests who were non-members Included Bobble Jean Byrd, Mary ;Sue Watkins, Shirley Wade and Edward Peterson. Theme for the party »as_"School D«»," with the motif being used In decorations, games, and refreshment*. In the games >nd contests, scores were kept on a report card and the prize went to David Nation. At'''re- cess,"' hot chocolate and cooldes were served. Chaperons were their counselors, Mr .and Mrs. Roland Bishop. BETROTH- El) — The engage m en t of Miss Dorothy Ann Woolen to Dr. Charles Reid.. Hague, son of Mr. mid Mrs. S. H. Rogue of Eden, Miss.,., is., announced today by t h e bride- elect's parents, Ml', and Mrs. Hubbard Smith Woolen of Wilson. They will be married Dec. 9 at th e Wilson Methodist Church. Wonderfully . Versatile By Sue Burnett Designed to take you from this Mason to the next with charm and confidence. A feminine, graceful frock with an Interesting collar treatment, short or three quarter .shirred sleeves. Pattern, No. 8831 Is > sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14 16 IS. 20, 40, 42, 44. Size 16. short sleeve, 3*4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News 375 ,Qulncy St., Chicago S, III. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. Tills Doctor To Claim Wilson Bride WILSON—Mr. and Mrs, Hubbarrt Smith Woolen of Wilson announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Dorothy Ann Woolen, to Dr. Charles Reid Hogue, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hogue of Eden, Miss. The bride-elect was graduated from the > University of Mississippi at Oxford where she was n member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Society. She attended Arkansas state College at Jonesboro, prior to going to the University of Mississippi. For the jiast two years, Miss Wooten has made her home in New Orleans. Dr. Hogue, li R graduate of Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss., where lie was a member of Knppa Sigma Fraternity, and of Tulane University School of Medicine where he was a member of Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity. He served with the Air Force during World War II and Is now serving internship at Baltimore City Hospital In Baltimore, Md. The wedding will be solemnized Dec. 9 At the Wilson Methodist Church. Walls Hinpllil Dismissed: Baby Whittle, city Mrs. Lucius Bllford, Tomato Mrs. Wayne Payne and baby city Mrs. Roy Burllson ami baby city Party Is Given For Ricky Stiles Ricky Stiles celebrated his fourth birthday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stiles, Wednesday. In the games conducted, prizes went (o JJm Grimes, Janet Williams, and Dehby Parks. Favors of balloons, candy canes, horns and hat.5 were given to the guests, and cake and Ice cream \vere served. new issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed Inside the'book, 25c. Former Resident Weds Missouri Girl in Mbrehouse Miss Bonnie Farris became Hie bride ol Airman First Class Thames Jackson, Jr., son of Mr.'and Mrs. T. F. Jacltson of Morchouse, Mo., and. formerly of. Blythcvlllc, in a Inle afternoon ceremony performed Nov. 21 at the Morchouse Baptist Church. Mrs. Jackson fs the daughter of Mrs. Alice Farris, The Rev. H. P. Benenr performed the ceremony In a candlelight setting or white chrysanthemums, pom poms and ferns. The bride, given In marriage by her brother-in-law, J. B. Morton of New Madrid, wore a waltz length gown ..of white chantilly lace over taffeta fashioned with a long- sleeved fitted bodice with liny lace covered buttons ending at a peter pan collar. Her chapel length veil was secured by a Jultct cap of chan- Ully lace trimmed will) seed pearls, and she carried R white Bible topped with white carnations, streamers snd pom |»ms. Mrs. J. B. Horton of New Madrid was her sister's matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Jo Ann Jnckson, sister of the bridegroom, mid Mrs. James Coppage. Miss Eva •Horton,'niece .'0[ Hie brltie, served as flower girl. Mr. Jackson had as his attendants his brother. Don Jackson, as best man, anil Laddie Shatter of Slkcsfon, anrt S/Sgt. Edwin Von Kohn us ushers, Following the wedding, a reception wns given at ; the bride's home. The couple left on a Southern wedding trip, thoi'bVidc wearing a green jersey dress -with black accessories. Ronny White Has Birthday Party Because Ronny Mac White was four years old yesterday, his mother, Mrs. J. T. \yhlte, was hostess for a brllhday party at their home, when 10 friends were invited. In the party games conducted, Judy Jnrrott and Norman Southard won the prizes. Ice cream and cake were served and flavors of balloons and candy were given each guest. Miss Bobbie Jean Seymore, an aunt of Ronny's, assisted In entertaining. Bus. Phone 8061 FOR SALE Res. Phone 6218 BOWEN APARTMENTS Contact Owner—Shown by Appointment Only Terms Can Be Arranged Over 10 Year Period TO ALL TV SET OWNERS We will modify the average TV antenna Tor best reception on Channel 5 and adjust your set for only 519.9s. This will save you.having to purchase a new antenna for Channel 5. 19 95 CASH ONLY GUARANTEED Blytheville Soles COMPANY 109 E«st Main PHONE 3616 Fred Callihan RADIO SERVICE 110 South First PHONE 2642 Bits of News Mrs. James O. Guard and daughter are In St. Louis to remain until tomorrow. ' ' . Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pearson »n- iiounce the birth of their first child at the Walts Hospital Wednesday. He has been named Dennis James. Mrs. Pear«Hi is the former Mls« Bonnie Sue Thompson. They are expected lo be taken home today, Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy James and son, Charles Douglas, and Mlsa Uda Alice James of Jackson, Miss., have returned to their home following a visit with Mrs, James' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davis and sister, Mrs. Hazel McWIIIiams, and family, Airman Second Class Donald Stone, who Is Austin, Tex,. Is spending a furlough here with his father. Olney Stone, and his grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Stone. Mrs. John Tallcy, the former Miss Olene Stone, of Baton Rouge Is also a house guest of her father and grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ellis »re the parents of a daughter born fit Walls Hospital last night, she is their second child and has been named Amanda Jo. Their' other daughter Is nobble Sue. who is six years old. Mrs. Ellis is the former Miss Elizabeth M. Stone of Dillon S. C. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Dietrich returned home yesterday from a week's business trip to Southern Louisiana oil fields, and a visit with their son, Paul Dietrich, and family who live at Opelousas, La. Mary Alice and Anita McWa'ters and Brenda Lee Poetz are spending the holiday week end with their grandmother. Mrs. Cleo Langston, in DeKalb, Miss. Mrs. Belle Wood had as her holiday guests, her sisters-in-law, Miss Nellie Lee Dorroh, Mrs. Joe B. Luton, and daughter, Mrs. Alice Long, all of Cnruthersvllte. Mr. and Mrs. B. f. Klgcr are moving to Memphis today to make treir home at 3609 Lnke View Road. Mr. Klgcr has moved his business there several nionths ago. Mr. and Mrs, Ellis Ferris of Roanokc. Va., left this morning, after visiting Mr. and' Mrs. A. O. Shibley a week. Mr. Ferris is a cousin of Mr. Shibley. Mr. 1 and Mrs: C. I.. Bnggelt have returned lo their home in Fayetteville after spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Baggett and family. Jimmy Culberlson, who Is a'stu- dcnt at Mississippi Southern College, Hntlicsburg, Is spending the week end at home. Miss Olendora Alley of Chicago is spending this week end with relatives all'd friends. Mrs. C. C. Lee nnd Mrs. J. M Dyersburg. and ifrs. W T. Hay and Mrs Jenny Lee 'Pad; (iock of Memphis returned to tiiPit homes today after spending Thanksgiving with Mrs! O. W. Dll- lahunly. Melton Sylvester, who is a student at Bradley University at Peoria. III., Is spending the holidays with his fnther, Holder Sylvester, and friends. ' . Mrs. C. G. Redman returned last Coming Events ' 'TO OBSERVE GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith will celebrate their Mth wedding anniversary tomorrow at their home on Ash Street with a drop-In party in the afternoon. They were both born in 1881 In Missouri ,and have made Blytheville their home for the past 33 years. They have two daughters, Mrs. L. M. Carney and Mrs. Louis Procter, both of Blytheville, and two grandsons, Howard Carney of Clythevllle, and S/Sgt. Vance Carney, who !s now stationed at Puerto Rico. Mr. Smith is a retired carpenter. night from San Antonio. Tex., where' she had accompanied her son. C. G. Redman, Jr., to lackland Air Force Base. Miss Nancy Hughes of Memphis spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Lt. John White left yesterday lor Topeka, K ft he. for duty after spending three weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White. . Mr. and Mrs, Richard Becker had as their Thanksgiving guest, Miss Mildred Johns of Memphis. Mrs. Odel Sanders of Charleston, MIs«., spent several days, here with her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Dr. and Mrs..Joe Bea.sley, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. councille and Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalbi are in Oxford, Miss today for the Ole Miss football game, where they, were joined by Mr. and Mre.-Odell Sanders of Charleston, Miss. ",'."'••• Church Homecoming To Be Observed f Hotnfcoming Tljl be observedj>ec. 7 at the' Keisci Baptist church with a program, which will Include special music, Introduction of former members and visitors, and at 2:30 p.m.. the Rev. L. M. Rliierd of Lepanto, guest speaker, will bring the message of the day. ' Rev. E. O. Anders, pastor of tile church, announced that lunch will be served from 12 to 2 p.m. Thanksgiving .•'•. Party Is Given A Thanksgiving party was given Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie chism when they were host at their home on Main Street with a turkey dinner and an evening of canasta. Winners of the game were Mrs. Chlsm and Mrs. Henry Pollard. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Warren, Mrs. Madge Wilson, Mrs. Inez Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pollard, and out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Neute Moore of Hornersville, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Neal of Steele, and Miss Polly Chism of Murray State College, in Kentucky. Lange PTA Meets For Program At an executive board meeting-of the Lange Parent-Teachers Association, Mrs. J. C. proke, president, presided, and a general meeting followed with Mrs. Byron Moore in charge of the program. i '-Mrs W W Mitchell gave the cle- "VoTib'nll ancf Mrsf'Glenn Ladcl ?aye the president'6 message. Mrs. Moore introduced Mrs. Annabcll Fill, \vho spoke on the health program available at the Health Unit, and a Lange school" Room count went to the rooms of Miss Alice Marie Ross and Mrs. Florence Moore. The fourth grade mothers were hostesses. Band Molher'i drop-In Is from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the band room of the new school building for all residents Interested In the Band. Monday Study Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church meets at the home of Mrs. L-. L-. Ward it 2 p.m. Mra. James Rainwater is co-hostess. circles One and Two of the Women's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church has 2:30 p.m. Annie Armstrong program at > the church. Business Women's circle of Trinity Church meets with Mrs. Lucy Koonce at 7:30 p.m. At 10:30 a.m. the Observance of Season of Prayer for Foreign Missions is to be held with & covered dish luncheon at 12 noon. Program will be held In the afternoon. .Women's Society of Christian Service of, the First Methodist Church has business and program meeting at 2:30 p.m. »t church. First Methodist Wesleyan Service Guild 'has 8 p.m. meeting at the church. Miss Millie Ann Mallory is hostess to members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. Dolly Heltt Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Methodist Church meets at 7:15. Circles Eight and Nine. Business Women's Circles of the First Baptist Church, have 7:30 p.m. mnet- Execullve Board of the Women of the First Presbyterian Church has 2:30 p.m. meeting at church. Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church IMS meeting at church. Woman's Auxiliary of. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meets nt the Parrish House Rt 8 p.m. with Mrs. LeRoy Huddleston as hostess. Tuesday Mrs. Russell H. Parr Is hostess fo Trl-Town Bridge Club. Mrs. Murray 'Smart entertains members of the .Tuesday Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has weekly game. Miss Eula smith Is hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge club. American Legion Auxiliary has meeting at the Hut. ' Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertanls members of La Pel He Club. Wednesday Mrs. Rupert Cralton entertains members of the Town and Country Club. Mrs. R. C. Allen is hostess to members of Club Eight. Wednesday Club members play In the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham. Thursday Mt55 Vera Goodrich is hostess to members of the GEO Club. .Mrs. Alex Curtis Is hostess to members 01 the^Klbilzer. Duplicate Bridge League plays »t Hotel Noble. " • \ • Mrs. Jerry Scrapes entertains members of TLE Club. . Mis. Paul Lawrence Is hosless to members of the Semi-Canasta Club. Thursday Contract Club meets In the home of Mrs. Rodney Banister. Mrs. Cecil Shane Is hostess to members of the Mld-Week Club. Mrs. Lynn Hughes is hosless to members of the La Nueve Club. Thursday Club plays at the Country Club following luncheon Mrs. dec Wren to ho«t«i fc- memben of the Thursday Rook Club. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Patterson ap4 Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Moore an host for the semi-formal dinner dance 'and Christmas party for members of the Dell Supper Oh*. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission 14c & 39e SATURDAY Double Feature - The Zombies Also Cartoon SUN - MON Double Feature Van Johnson - Paul Dougla* — Plus — Fred Astair* - Vera Elle» .Also Metro News SATURDAY ONLY! Double Feature! SERIAL: Son of Gcronimo Carloon SUNDAY & MONDAY The Turning Point Starring Wtt.IJAM HOLDEN & AT.EXIS SMITH Paramount News — Cartoon & Novelty Reel T! RITZ GUESTS Mr. nnd Mrs. Jiromie Strickland Mr. and Mrs. H. N. 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