The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 25, 1952
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIKR NEWS Society, iullins, Society Editor f Pat Mullins, Society Phune 4<J61 Newly Weds Make Home in Wilson The marriage of Miss Julia Ann Krallman and John Francis Miller, who now make their home in Wilson, was solemnized at 10 o'clock Saturday mormnR, .luly 5. In St. Andrew's Catholic Cathedral in Little Rock. The bride's parent* are Mr. and Mrs. William Krallman, of Little Rock nnci Mr. Miller is the son of Mr and Mrs. Robert J. Miller of Wheeling. W. V. The altar was ceeorateri 'V11 h vases of gladioli, daisies and fern. Georpe Edwards of Little Rock was oreanist and Miss Sara Grace Martin of Little Hock, was soloist. Tne bride, who entered v,ilh her father, wore a ballerina pown of . .... n t, rose point lace over satin (tuhlon-T l.mie KOCK, cd with a Quern Anne collar. The loner sleeves t-ape r ert to points over the wrists aid the bouffant skirt billowed from- a basque bodice. Her fingertip veil fell from a lace cap embroidered with wed pearls. She carried a cascade of stephanotis centered with a write orchid. Miss Helen Marie Krallman of Little Rock, her sister's maid of honor, wore a pink strapless ballerina gown and net bolero. Miss Mary Marparet Miller of Little Hock, sister of the Rroom, was bridesmaid. Her frock was amia blue and fashioned to that of the maid of honor. Mr. Miller served his son as best man. Ushers were Dr. James E Murphy, Leroy Brooks of Memphis and George Cullt.s of Little Rock. The Mirror Room of the Albert Pike Hotel was the scene of the, reception. Serving were Miss Rila NEWLY WEDS— Mr. and Mrs. John Francis Miller are now making their home in Wilson after their July 5 marriage in Mr. Miller is associated with Buckeye Cotton Oil Company. She is the former Miss .Julia Ann Krallman. Krallman of Springfield. III., the bride's sisier. Mrs. Madpe Rllev. oan White, Mi Mrs. James R. Grant, and Mrs. Earl Miss Joan White, Miss Dora Llltcn, D. Dempsey all of Little Rock. Mrs. James B. Murphy of Lltllc Rock presided over the bride's book. Following » trip through the Bouth, the couple nr« making their homo In Wilson where Mr. Miller Mrs. W. M. Owen Is Complimented At Dessert-Bridge » Mr*. William Marvin Owr-n ? a* i mmplimmrprt JAM nlfcht at, thr* (Frank Whir.worth home on Chicka- sawtai Avenue -A'hnn Mrs. Whir- worth and Mr*. .1. O. Trierrhmrmn Out-of-town WPFP MTF S. O. Williams. of Rhrevrport, La.. guest nf MIA. George Lrr>. unri M'.ss Mary Brlrkel of Memphis, a £iir=;t of I he hnnoiT-0. Thf five tnhlrs wore iT'ntr-i^d with an-flMwni^msi of xinni»s and foil win q a rir,-vr>rt cour?o sr-rvrrJ by ibe hn sir .= >,*••.. bnuZi* *.ts jilnvr-ri. Mi *,. F M RmnnnM | O nk 'op I hnr.nrs anrt Mr.= , Sunshine S:r.uh on RfM.Yinri hith; Mir-s Pntt, Byrus on tr.v, .Tor* 1 and Mrs. Toby I/inf* n ihf bridsjo. Mi.- O'Vfn was civ^n a srift in hr-r j fifcr-n pnirem of rrysral. ana ihe i/K-s wr-rfi in crystal. Members, Guests Meet at Club Kl'-vr-n nu-mber.s find two cruets. nf the D'irr.voorl Home Drmnn?'ra- tion Club mot ]nn ni«hi at ihf Hub. Oronp sinsiny opened th* 1 nine-tins finrt script u re was rend by Mrs. Jim Lutes, after 7,-hirh Mrs P. S. Hnrpfrr lert prayer. Mr?. Gfrtrudfi Holirnnn >prtke on j "A Family Toscihor," whir.h was I follower! by a skit given, by Mrs. [ P. B. Jnrrett. Mrs. Bill CflWi", Mrs.! Ren Crnis and Mrs. Lutes, j In ft social hour, Mr. 1 ,. Lu^s Ird the games and served rpfrefihmenfs, j For her own summer wardrobe, actress Jnne Wyman has chosen Ihese fashions, all by Califgrnin designers. She wears (lefl) a iale- (]ay dross in lace with low-cut, wide neckline, brief sleeves and full, stiffened skirt. Circus theme is borrowed (center) for striped pink, white and charcoal organdie blouse worn with charcoal jrey skirt In glazed cotton. Skirt has a high rising band that buttons in front center. Short dinner dress (right) is in beige spun rayon- aml-collon. Brief bolero covers halter-top dress that can go dancing. It has low neckline filled in with pleated organdie—By Gain Dugas, NBA Woman's Editor. 150 Guests Attend Pre-Nuptial Event Given For Miss June Marie Buchanan Fish fry Is Held On Lawn of Home More than forty people eat ;ii the Jnck Robinson horn* 1 a .fish, fry entertained Bits of News onai 'O&tll. 1 J Girl's Prayer Finds An Answer as New Bike Is Provided for Her To remnvo mildew stains from] To repair a sticking door, rub white cottons or linens, treat when ; soft blue marking chalk on the en- fresh before the mold ermvth has H tire jamb, and then close the door. chance to weaken the fiber. Wash when you open H the chalk will in hot, sudsy water or spread stain: hRVe markcd the polni . s that Tub> them down with sandpaper block plane. Mr aud iMrs. Murphy Rambo iinri pranrison, former rfiMcicni.i of hrrerl '' Blythovillc and now of Chicago, vis- -.vhoni'TPd Mr, and Mr.s. Frank Rose and of j family. They -.vere IB employed as offlr.e manner nt'son, the Buckeye Cotton Oil Company. Among ths out-of-town guests were J-frs. Deorpla Fletcher. M i s s Ethelyn Fletcher anrf Dick Fletcher nil of Osceola, A pre-n«jptia] event of wide sn- cial interest vn.s n tea-showfr qiv- nn yesterday complimenting Miw June Mtvrle Buchnnnn, the brIde- olect of Benjamin Franklin John- police df- th<* Wr-slcy Memorial Methodist ; home by Frances Row for a vaca- | partment auction of second-hand Church. [lion. i bicycles, Joan went with her morh- AmrmE the guests were Mr. and •. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hole announce i er, Mrs. Samuel M. Blanco. But Mrs. Ryrnti Moore, Mr, nnri Mra 1 ihe birlh of a daughter Wednesday I they were short on cash. R, L. Hawkins, thf RPV. and Mrs. , afternoon at 3:30 p.m. fit Walls Hos- ] At. the height of the auction, a \V. B, PetfirFon. the R^v and Mrs. j pital. She has been named Snlly i photographer for the Buffalo Cour- fimith nnd children, Grorge i Ruth. Their other child, a son, is j ier-Express snapped a picture ~* L with 5alt and lemon Juice and place ; BUFFALO, N. Y. OTV-A prayer; [n riLrect . s ,, n ]j gnli Afi appropriate i r ^ e was answered for devout little Joan b]pacn may he i p 'or a Blanco when a local contractor-with an assist from a news phoio- grapher and his newspaper—pave r Joan n shiny new bicycle. j Nine-year-old Joan had prayer! I for one "for a Ion?, Ions time." accompanied j when she learned of Cfilvi and VeUi Ray. Hostesses lor tlio affair, which was given In the dining room of the First Baptist Church, were Mrs. E. C. Brown, Mrs, Ranch. Bridge League Plays Semi-Weekly Game . A three-table Howcll movement was played last night by members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League. Taking top honors were Mrs*. O. W. McCutchen nnd Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin uncl J im Roleson won scconri. • rs. CharlM Rny Newcnmb, Mrs. . H. Brooks. Mrs. Harold Davis, TS. Darrel! Swanner. Mrs. Ted ing, Miss Hnir-.el Brnnnan and Mrs, ame.s GardnRr. T\\f. room, In which the more inn 150 Kiiesui were entertained, drcoratecl with stately white U of whit* tlfihlla-s, gladioli, nd zinnias. IJURC low bowls hrK •hite Rlndloll, larkspur, and pcLun . Tops Tn' Half Size Styles Suests Honored At Afflick Home Mrs. C. \V. Aftllrk eniorta Inert lemtaer* of the Kibitzer yesterdaj i honor of her daughter, Mrs R f. Hnrtlpsn of Hartford, Conn- Mr, 1 ;. Vance Alexander of Mrm- ihls, who is visit in K the Russet 'hllUps. was a Rurst o( the club. BnuquotA ot mixed flowers wen fed n bo til. the entertaining rontn; Tn the bridge pantr.*, Mrs. Jane ney Crook Carson won first hiRh. Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr . won .second, and Mrs. rim Sm« rt won the briripro. Mrs. Harfipan was presented a gift. The hostess served R dessert course. Al the Hospitals At The Hospital-; Ellythrvillc Hospital Ricky Huphes. city, W. O., city. A. G Moody, T>li. ias, The tea table was rent*'red ; with a low fit'rnncrcmenl of while gladioli Interspersed wi'h dainty | pink rose buds and greenery, in a crystal bow!. On each side of the ; centerpiece 'Acre candelabra holding j white burning tnprrs. A inch bnwl stonrl on each end ot :he inhle. To further carry out the ;rcen color scheme, tea cakes were iced in preen and the punch was frosted with lime shcrbert. Overlaying the plft tables were crisp white organdy cloths over green. The organdy, which was ruffled and daintily trimmed wifh lace, caught with (luffs nf green satin on each corner. On the citt ttf- hle.s also was an arrangement of white glndiolL Form inn the receiving tine were Mi.">s Bnchauan, Mrs., Mr.s, W. E. Buchanan, mother of the hrmovee, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, mother of the groom-To-be, and Miss Rrannan. Miss Rurhn nan received In a Ro-ich nriplnal. i\ tr*viUi?eau of p'nVi with navy trin^ in a ruffle nmnmc from waistline to neckline on the left side and cnucrht on the .snnnl- j if you want to tfivn a room a rool, ! rier \^ith a larpc rhlnr.Mone hut- j quiet armosphere. choose preen, blue i and violet shades You will notice; also the create an impression of; son, is j ier-Express snapped a picture of Jack Thomas, Jr., 3. Mrs. Hale is j jnan "prayinR Just a-i hard as she the former Miss Eugenia Crawford. ] could." The newspaper ran the Mr and Mrs. Jack Owen and Mr. 1 ture and a contractor, who has re- and Mrs. T. I. Beay have returned , mamed anonymous, offered from n week on Lake Norfork j bicycle. S, Sgt. John L. .Fowler arrived ; But from CarswcU Air Fnrre Base at ', rushed disappointed Joan hart from the auction before Ma rriageL iccuses England. He is now awaiting assignment ill Puerto Rico. Miss Rosann Hammer of St. Louis is spending the week end with Miss Jnnet Nelson. They were room- A relative telephoned Joan's pnr- cnt* when he saw the picture. Joan claimed her bicycle. , mates at Stephens College, Colum- Thfl following couple .vpstrrdny i ^ a M O . obtained a marriaRR license in the ' Court Clerk, Bh'Lhp Parker; Perkins ot Hlylhp- \* Mavtiin Irene \Vix- j office nf thn County 1 Mrs. Elizahfnh • James Noel villp aid Miss Miss Ann Spay returned home last ni^ht nftnr spending a week In Wil- the of Miss taker. J. S. Halsell. who has lie en ill for several months, is reported to be in a very critical condition no 1 *" and is at the T. H. Chapman home al 112-i Hnlly. son oJ Burdi-tte. La Nueve Plays At Rustic Inn ton. II^i accessories wei'e in na\"y and 5ln» wis Riven a cnrsatie of pink carnal Ions for her hair. Tho^e as^is!iriK in serving were Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Rar- Mrs. Billy Hyde. Mr.s. Harry Ray Brooks, MI.SSCS K:tThrr~ hie Wrsthronk. RiUy Jnui 1 Roper?, Clfffie Overman nnd Maxine Overman. By Sue BurneU Guest. 1 ! of the Club yesterday when they were en- j tertalned at the Rustic. Tnn were 1 Mrs. I. R. Coleman. Mrs. E. M Terry, Jr.. and Mrs. Worth Holder. Centering eac>t table was n crystal dish holding Picardy clndinli harked with prcenrry in miniature | A dessert course was served prior to the parries, Winners in bridpp were \irs. R E. i Grpen, hich. Mrs. Coleman. euest i high, and Mrs. Tfrvy, bridgo, j Rook Club Meets j For Weekly Game Open (>:,'il) p.m. Sli<nv Starts i NIICVP Bridge I at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nile.! LAST TI.MF.S TOX1TK, MGH's sliirin? adventure .J j WESTWARD tl' THE *V©SV?EN | ROtiRKTTAVI.OR nF.MSF.IHRra Box Off ice Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission !lc & 3(lc AI All Times FRIDAY & SAT run AY Double Ki'alure AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY KANGAROO! PET£S IA " Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel Thp pririf of your fall collection— l 3 carrfully stylrd two piece drcsi' thp shor'rr fiexnr Sler\P5 are in; two IcnsUhs—arid a gay how (or; coinrast. [ Pattern No. R851 i.« a Rfw-rite per- 1 forateci pattern in SJ7C. 1 ; HS. le^.IB'-.. 2ft'-... 22' ; . 24 ! s. Size 16!i. I-S. ! yard.e of ^9-inrh. \ For this pattern, senrl 30c in COIN'S, your name, addrrss. M^ i desired, and Hie PATTERN SUM-! BER to Rue Burnett. Courirr N'e'-v5.' 37-i Q'.imev St., Chicago 6. 111. 1 Ready (or >'ou now—Sasic FASH- • ION for S3, p'all anri Winter. TViis i ne«- prarnral se'.vin:: for a ne* .seafon: cift pattern prititcd inside the. book. 2oc. Cai'tonn R ( 1 oruc'(I>' SATURDAY ONLY Dtnilile Tealtife R1TZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Hincliruin X- Family .Mr. & Mrs. Joe Shanks & Family .Mr. & Mrs. ('. A. Smith & Family Mr. & Mrs. I.. M Vance Mrs. Nfvillf RSnknnore iv-as hos- tp.^.i ycFtfrri^y to (lift members of Thur.'iCiay Tlnnk CUih at her hnmr. Ourst.s ir.durirri Mt-5. violin Sro:t .ind Misses Dprnn Mirafll and tithy Willilord. After a salad i-mirsc had brpn serxpd, rook plnycri and Mrs Eugrnc Brosvn '.von first prirp. Mrs. T. O Hiiey nun fironcl prize nnri N^i'5. Srott n'on the rnnko. Coining Ei-enti Saturri^j ; Blylhev'ille Duplicate Bridge ' League plays weekly afternoon came. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT In (he political ad for fhe candidacy of .1. Leo Heardon thai ran in this newspaper Wednesday, July 23rd, .lolin Hearden and Mrs. John Reardon were listed in the group as supporters of .). Tee Bearden. This should have read: Mr. and Mrs. .lohn E. Bearden. • v '"iT'.Jt *;-' < j^ SATURDAY ONLY! 2 HITS! Serial: Kinp of the Cnncro & C'nrloon \^r V Serial: The Ti.tcrman Also Cartoon Sl'MlAY X MONDAY Donlilc Foaliire SUNDAY & MONDAY Constance liennclt Brian Adhern SUNDAY X MONDAY Loretta YOUNG ';. Cartoon & Novelty Reel Thousands of People from every sertlon of Arkansas are responding to Ike Murry's sincere program. They are impressed by his sincerity of purpose and knowledge of our state government. They have decided conclusively (hat Ike Murry is tht man to restore confidence in the Governor's offic*. IKE MURRY has submitted a, positive 14 Point Program which has been reviewed in every major addrest be ha* made, Only IKE MURRY h»s as what he will do for Arkansas and how he will do It. Here Is fhe14-Poinl IKE HURRY Program! 1—A 12 per c«nr cut in administrative cost*. 2—A' Tax Reduction Fund credited with s^vingi In government 3—A Ffical Control Bojrcf composed of 7 Conttitulionat officer* to replace the board now controlled by the Governor, 4—Public competitive bidding for ttate purchases under supervision of a* purchasing officer selected by the reorganized Fiscal Control Board initexd of by the Governor. 5—A State Comptroller selected by the rcorganiied Fiscal Control Board instead of by trie Governor. 6—Completion of the Highway Audit under lh« 1951 Acf ( annual highway auditors thereafter. J 7—Restoration to Public School Fund of the tax revenues taken from Ir by the McMath administration in 1949. 8—S2S.OOO.OOO new highway construction in 1953 and another 525,000,000 in 1954—without bonds—and whife reducing bonded debt- $10.000.000. 9—Industrial expansion, which will entail eventual elimination of double taxation imposed by the state income tax which js levied oh federal income tax payments. 10—Removal of the iron curtain that has kept the public and the General Assembly in the dark as to the management of state agencies. 11—A sound, honest governmental base for Arkanias'i economic growth; honorable, experienced men and women on boardff and commission! and in top administrative positions. 12—Opening of welfare rolls for inspection so as to increas* payments to deserving recipients by purging rolH of political hangeri-on. 13—-A waiting period before clemency orders take elfect, so as to allow time for protests. 14—Limit of two terms in Governor's office, to b« established by Constitutional Amendment. 1 It's Up To You! Do Your Port! ELECT Ike Murry GOVERNOR The Only Candidate With A Definite, Positive Program RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. T. H. Caraway X Family Mr. & Mrs. Akin l.ane & Family Mr. and Mrs. Charles l.nles & Family Mr. & Mrs. W. ,1. \YillinRham & Family See and Hear The Grand Ole Opry With IKE MURRY At All Rallies Political Advertisement Paid For Bv Thc- C1TIZFAS COMMIT1EE FOR IKE MURKY Harold Young, Chiirmi

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