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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY », 19BJ Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Ann McLeod Is Complimented at Informal Party Contlnuinp jire-n«pt!al events given for Miss Ann McLcod, bride- elect of Dale Winston Uorton, of Forrest City, was nn informal miscellaneous shower Riven last night In thq home of Mrs. A. B. Holland by Miss Betty Holland and Miss Jean Urdman. Decorating the home was a mixture of garden flowers and the honnree was given A corsage of daisies. For the occasion, she was dressed In a crisp Iridescent orown voile, which she complemented with brown accessories. 'Die evening wns spent Informally and (he ht>s:essps served party foods after the honorce had opened her gifts. Mr.=. Henry Damon McLeod. mother of the honoree, was a special guest. E. M. Holt Host To Baptist Class E. M. Holt was Thursday night to members of the Fellowship Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church and their wives and guests. A chicken supper was served the more thnn SO guests who assembled at the Shriner's Club. A program of music entertained the guests during the evening activities. La Finesse Club Meets In Home Mrs. Whitney Morgan. Jr., was hostess yeslordfiy to members of La Finesso and guests at her home. Guests for the afternoon's entertainment wore Miss Hotly Black, Mrs. James Rogers/ Mrs. Johnson Blnck well. After a dessert course was served, bridge panics were conducted and Mrs, niackwell won high score. Mi.s. Kirhard Rose won second hitfh nnrt Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., won brirtgo. Summer flowers In mixed nr- ran foment wore used by the hos- j toss in decorating. j Bits of News Osceola News By BETTYE NF.LI.B STARR Mrs. Geneva Dicatua and daughter Sandra, returned home today to Newark, N. J,, after a three weeks visit with her mother, Mrs. Daisy Kinney. Mrs. R. M. Beck will leave Tuesday for La Center, Ky., where she will be the guest of Mrs, T. A. Jones for the twelfth anniversary of an annual reunion of her class Mr, and Mrs. T. A. Haynes, Jr., ] and children, James and Dlnnne j left Thursday for • fliloxi, Miss., T\*//^ A r/-i U~J/->k-i^v-/^/-J where they will be the guests of I WO Are Honored s &t. and Mrs. John Haynes lor .several days. Edwin Wallace. Donald Rice, and Johnny Buchanan have returned Alton! 3.i small Riiests nltnwlc-d a! home after a 10-day trip to New birthday pavty Riven yeslmtav at i Orleans. BJIoxl, Miami, Fla,, and At Party Here the home of Mrs, Carlion Ktl'rs for their son. Rlchrud, nnd Chris Mc- flne, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. MrRftc, who were seven years oW. other points of Interest. They returned via the east coast through the Carolina.* and Smoky mountains. Among Mississippi County E(U- Matrons, Patrons Entertained Here Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester nnd Mrs. J. J. Cookston were hostesses lust night to the Past Matrons and Patrons at the Rustic Inn, with A dutch dinner. Centering each table was a small bouquet of mixed summer flowers. The theme chosen for the dinner was the "Democratic Convention" and the motif wns carried out In decorations. After dinner, rook was played by the members and Mrs. Alvin Hardy took top honors for the women, Mr. Hardy won high Rcore for the men and Mrs. Bob Cope! and won rooko. Blrthriny cake, ice cream. Iced dents, who are now attending the drink* were served the trueMs nnd j second cummer session at Arkan- thoy were presented with favors. Tn the frames playrd Car I ton SI tie. 1 ?. Jr., won n prize. A special game they nlaycd wns "break the pinuta." When Chris Was in Monterey, Mexico, last winter with her parents, filie learned that a plnnta WFIS the main attraction of a Mexican birthday party and brought home a pineapple pi- nata especially for this party. James Marvin Bunch finally broke the hnrd shell and the little Ruesls found it was filled with cnnrty. Pitch Club Meets The Widows Pitch Club met with Mrs. Lorta Colbert Thursday night for supper preceding the card games. Arrangements of shasta daisies, pom-poms, marigolds and tube roses In crystal containers were used in the living room. Centering the dining table was a fan-shaped arrangement of the same flowers used in the living room. The individual tables where the guests ate were centered with miniature swans filled with garden flowers. Mrs. George Rains played with the club and won high score. Mrs, Jim Cartwright won second. Bridge Club Meeti The Thursday rour-table Bridge Club met with Mrs, Lalah Coble this week, Out-of-town visitor. 1 ! playing with the mem hern were Mrs, Jack Manlre of Hot Springs. Mrs, Hobble Barbiers of Kalamawjo, Mich.. Mr.s. Horace Moore, Sr., and Mrs, Moore, Jr., of Corona Lake. Mrs. Hettye Nelle Starr won high (Sliest prize, Mrs, Dwight Blackwood high rlub prize, and Mrs. J. L. Ward won bridge. Pink lilies arranged In antique pitchers of colored glass from Mrs Cobles collection wns placed at intervals throughout the entertaining rooms. At Die conclusion of the Guest Is Honored At Dessert-Bridge Mrs. S. O. Williams of Shreveport, La., who Is the house guest of Mrs. George Lee, was romplfment^d last night, by her hostess with a dessert bridge. M!sa Mary Brickel of Memphis; the guest of Mrs. Ben Matthews and Mrs. Wllltam Marvin Owen, was sn honored guest and w n s presented a gift. Mra, Lee used swectpeas, pompoms, and crepe myrtle in decorating her home. Mrs. Williams,was given a gift in cut glass. Mrs. J. G. Ttleschmnnn took top honors In the bridge scores and Mrs. V. G. Holland won second place. Brirtgo prize went to Mrs. Jo« Harnby. Mrs. Lewis Is Guest of Honor Miss Betty Blnck entertained this morning with nn Informal party honoring Mrs. John Broadus Lewis, who Is leaving soon to Join her husband in Germany. Twenty close friends pnthrred on the porch of the F. E. Blnck home, nnd were served party foods from a table centered with a low arrangement of zinnias. Other summer flowers were used throughout the house, Miss Blnck wns assisted in entertaining by Mrs. George Pyles. Mrs. Lewis leaves in about 10 rfnys for Nuremburg. Germany, where her husband, Lt. Lewis stationed. Mrs. Lewis Is the former MLss France. 1 ; Shouse. sas State College, Jonesboro, are BUly Balor, William Prlrcy. Eulls Pr uctt. nnl Vnslen Zumv.nlL of Lenchvllle; Giles Colbert, Wade Hart, Lionel Sitvet field, and Charles Slanderer of Osccoln: Walter Danlcv of BMheville; finrt Howard Phillips and Freddie Powell of Manila. Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Cure returned Thursday from two-week's vacation in Pine Bluff spent with rs. Cure's parents, Mr, and rs. E. II. McPaddcn. Airman Second Class Bob Turn- has returned to McClcllan Field, alif., after having spent a 20-d.ny ave with his parents. Mr. and rs, n. D. Turner of Blytheviile, Mrs. E. C. Brown and sons, Don nd Jerry, are spending several davs n Texarknna as guests of Mr.s. rown's mother. Miss Effie Lee Terrell has gone • her home at Texarkana to visit mother until the opening of games, meringues filled and logan berrie with rved. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Disml.wed: Mrs. E. L. Farmer. Steclc Walls Hospital Dismissed: ' Mrs. Jnck Hnle nnrt bnby, City Mrs. W. O. Scarlett nnii baby City Mrs. Joe Galloon anrt baby. Hoi nnd Mrs. Josle Walker, IU. 1 Sterling French. City Mrs. Homer Miller. City Your Dress-Up Favorite Marriage Licenses The. following couples yeslcrda obtained n mnrriatte license in th office of the County Court Clerk Mrs. Elizabeth Blythc Pnvker: Samuel Edwin Baker nnd Mi; Georgia Mnrveline Brnckln, b o t of Blytheville. Bill Burleson anrt Miss Jean Cool both of Dell. Open 6:30 p.m. Show Start ;it Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nit rersonals Mr. and Mrs. George Rains weri in Little Rock on business the firs of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Driver wil return Sunday after n visit witt Mr. Driver's sister, Mrs. Prank Pot ter, anrl Mr. Potter nt their sum mer cottage' in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allan are ex pectrd home over the week end af ter a vacation in Daytona Beacr Fla. Mr, nnd Mrs. William Bnrd Ed- rlngton flew to' Montreal, Canada, to be at the bedside of Mrs."EdrinB- ton's father, Snow Wilson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson were vncationSnw In these lightfooted summer sandals hive cloth tops and thick soles for maximum comfort on a hot day. I-ounger (upper left) has top in harbour blue, sole in lightweight cork crepe. Espadrilles (lower left) have faded blue denim slripe, cork crepe solts. The lie (above) is bright red, has cork-and-rubber sole to keep feet away from hot pavements and wet grass. The Siam sandal (upper rigM) has natural-colored straw braid vamp with cornflower blue trim. Another version of. the es- padrilte (lower right) is in solid-color chartreuse, has second set of laces for change-off. —By Gaile Dugas, NEA Woman's Editor. Cnnad. who,, h, suffered . h,nrt | „",£•„;,„ o WM1. «-h< """ C 1""".1 S J-M™,?" 8 cmidltlon Circle Sevan with Mrs. J. W. Coming Events Sunday Rev. Allen Webb is speaker at j Lake Street Methodist Church nt 11 a.m. Moml:iy Circle One of tiic Trinity Baptist, Church meets in the home of Mr.s. Mary Wooten at 701 Parkway, at 2:30 ji.m. Mrs, C/W. Forrest is hostess to Circle Two at 2:30 p.m. at lier home at BIG Clnrk. 'Ilie 2:30 p.m. Circles of the Flr-t Baptist Church meet as follows: Circle One- with Mrs, Leslie Moore; Circle Two with Mrs. C. W. Affllck; Circle Three with Mrs, E. L. Hate- Circle Four with Mrs. C. W, Af- flltrk; Circle five with Mr.s. C. E. Johnson; Circle Si:< nt the Church with Mrs. W. W. Mitchell hostess -hostess; chool, Mr. and Mra. Fred Stevenson Portlock. Mrs. Harry Mnnlr Is hostess to pent, .vostrrday In Memnhts. «vhere fr. Stevenson was under doctor's are. • Irs, Ted Hou.ser will be in Mem- todny to motor Mr, Houscr ome. He Is n patient nt Ken- iedv General Hospital. Miss Mary Brlckel of Memphis s the Ruest of Mrs. Ben Matthews nd Mrs. William Marvin Owen. Mr. nnd Mr.s. T. E. Geeslin. Jr. uovcd to Drew, Miss., to make their 10 me, Mr. nnd Mrs, F. E. Black ar- Ived home fndnv from n two-\verk I •ncntlon In Wisconsin and Mlch- gnn. Miss MarRnrc-t Bntjrr of New York !ity will arrive Mondav to spend few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lewi Cherry. Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Yahne and sons nre mftving to Cohimhia, Ky., vhcre Mr. Yah'ne will be the clean of Llndsey Wilson College. He has )pen a teacher of mathematics nnrl physics in Blytheville High School :or Ihe pnst year. Miss Laqucttn Schnrlock of Truman n. Ark., Is the guest of Miss Kay Colston for the week end. They were roommates last year at Arkansas State College, Jonceboro, Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison and according to the family. Mrs. A. j. Florida nnd sifter. Mrs. Sam Williams, who are vasationing. it) New York, visited Martha El- j Number Nin e< Home Demonstration len Williams who is spending the summer in a nearby girl's cam p. Mrs. Bruce Tvy, Mrs. Ben, Butler, Sr., Mrs. Charlie Coleman, Mr.s. Braxton Brape and Miss Josephine Montague spent the first of the week on a fishing trip on Horseshoe Lnke. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Daniels ^nd children are In Little Rock tfils week. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Beardcn nnrt son, Mike, of Marked Tree, visited in O?ceola Tuesday night with.Mr. nnrt Mrs. BilHc Benll. Mr. Beardcn was assistant coach In Osccola two years n?o nntl now is coach at Marked Tree High School. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Williams anrt .son, Smitty, of Batesville, Miss, were the guests of Mr. Williams' mother. Mrs, Lona Colbert, over tho week end. Guest Sneaker To Fill Pulpit The Rev. Allan Webb of Blylhe- vtlle, a retired Methodist minister of the St. Louis Conference w 11 Club at her home. Tuesday Country Club Dviplicate Bridge League meets for weekly game. Wednesday Semi-Canasta Club meets In the home of Mrs, Travis Deen, Mrs. Paul Jobe is hostess to Club Eipht at her home. Mr.s. Harold Nunn entertains members of trr CIB. Thursday Night same played by Blytheville Duplicate Bridge game. .^Ir<!,: T-. ,'Oi. Hu,«^y-e'n^gr,talns rnem- ber's 'of . the .Thur^clay Ro<jik\.clu.b., Mrs. June ' Carson :| Is hostess to members of Kibitzer. Mr.s. N. G. Jerome is hostess to WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boyles Mrs. J. E. Grain and son John- Jr., and daughters, Susan and Judy, and Jimtny Bussey Left this week for n month's vacation in Daywna Beach, Fla. John, Jr., and Jimmy left Wednesday by automobile and La Nueve at her home. Friday La Finesse meets in the home of Mrs. Mason Day, Jr. Saturday Saturday afternoon games of the Blythevilte Duplicate Bridge League are played. Mrs. Cm In and daughters left Thursday via plane. Mr. Cram will join his family the last of this month. Miss Nancy Grain left Wednesday for Green Lakes, Wis,, where she will visit Miss Shirley Back of Memphis and Hughes. She plans to return to Wilson Aug. 23. Amo n g those from Wilso n who have visited Mrs. Curtis Miller, who IK a patient at Methodist, Hospital in Memphis, this week are Mrs. J. H. Whitaker. Mrs. Albert Greetiwell and Mr. and Mrs. Broughton Lovett and son John. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Arnn re- Lurned home Wednesday from a visit with Iheir daughter, Mrs. Donald Patterson and Mr. Patterson in FJnson, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Evans of Blytheville attended the revival church. Mrs. A. E. Clark and Mrs. Tommie Cash were in Memphis, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Broughton. Lovetl and sons, John and Jim. Rev. Carroll Evans and Rev. M. B. DivU were the dinner gueet of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goble. Sr., Thursday evening at their home at Carson it, speak at Ihp Lake Street Methodist Church nt 11 a.m. The Rev. Bob McMaster announced that liis subject \vould be "Doniel, The Pvnphet." c!aush!?r. Peggy, and grr.r.rfscr;, Danny O' Bnnnon .returned home yesterday from Uiills nnd Friendship, Tenn., where they had spent n week. SATURDAY ONM.Y Double Feature j* 81PUSUC PiCWEV — I'L.l S— AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY! 2 HITS! Spectacular! Thrilling! Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c S: 30c At Alt Times SATUHOAY Double Feature An Open Letter to the Citizens of Blytheville. Dear Citizen: Re: Gene Bradley for County Judge. By Sue Burnett Just about the loveliest Irock you will find for special circss-up occasions. Subtle drapinu highlights bodice and skirt and for an unusual touch pin on your favorite Jewelry * or sew two large buttons. ! Pattern No. 8801 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12. 14.16. 18. 20; 40; 42. 44. Size 14. short sleeve, 4K yards'of 39-inch. Por this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, t-ize desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, II!. Ready for you now—Basic FASH- TON' Tor '52, Fall nnd Winter. This new Issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for o new season; gift pattern printed Inside the book, 2io. •Sfe-'HTSSfc-raKF"^ 'X*"*'""* Serial: King of (lie Conjro & Cartoon Constance lionnctt Kri.nn Adhcrn SUNDAY & MONDAY SUNDAY & MONDAY IFYOUWERE PAULA... ,. WOUL.D YOU HAVE _STOPP5.D? . JIMMY EUISOK Serial: TUc Tijicrman Also Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature Loretta YOUNG Paramount News, Cartoon & Novelty Keel Diri/rnhn SIEVE COCHRAN BICKFORD • PHYIUS THAXTER MICHAEJTCURTU •~"-3 : .S~"~ Cartoon & Comedy •§••••••••••••••••••••< RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. T. H. Caraway & Family Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Lane & Family Mr. and Mrs. Charles l.nles & Family Mr. & Mrs. \V. J. \YillisiRliam & Family Ma WAYNE —PLUS— There are some 6000 (six-thousand) qualified voters in the city limits of Blytheville. Blytheville for the first time holds the key to the political situation.in Mississippi County. I am a citizen of this great city and have been for nearly 20 years. • In fact I am your neighbor. As you know I am one of three candidates seeking the office of County Judge. Being the only candidate from Blytheville in this rade, I am hewing my home town will give me it's strong support. I don't believe nnj^ one can question my ability. I am 43 years old. I am a University graduate with a degree in law. I have been in the active practice of law for nearly 20 years, except the 4 years I spent in the Army during World War II. And I might mention, for' what it is worth, I am the only candidate for County Judge who is a Veteran. Next Tuesday, the 29th of July, is an election day. Every one who Is qualified should vote. Like millions of veterans, we helped to preserve this right for you. However, we have a political Boss in this County who lives at Wilson, Arkansas, who sneers at the honest voter. A vote to him, is something that can be bought and sold. He, however enjoys the benefits and protection of our laws which permits him to own property; permits him the freedom of speech, and permits him to choose the Church of his own choice. The honest votes give him these rights. However, he does not want me in the office of County Judge, because he knows I believe that a public office is a public trust. He knows I will not bow and stoop to hia commands. He knows that this is the end of his control of the purse strings of the County if 1 am the next County Judge. I ran for this office in 19-16, when I first cainc out of the service, and you people of Blytheville honored me at that time by giving me the Majority vote here in Blytheville. Blytheville now has three limes more '[iiiilil'ied voters and the Political Machine is frantic. If the candidate from \Vil?on (Mr. Political Boss' Candidate) is your next County Judge, you can rest assured the political boss will continue to control the purse strings of the county for his own selfish purposes. WHICH UO YOU WANT niATHEVlM.K? WHICH 00 YOU WANT MR. VOTER? IS A PUBLIC OFFICE A PUBLIC TRUST? In closing, my Jo-year-old daughter, Milly Ann, my 20-months old son, Johnny, Mrs. Bradley and myself hope you will give us your support Tuesday. Yours truly, Gene Bradley Candidate for County Judge.

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