The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 30, 1952
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rorm BLYTHEVTLT.E (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1t)o2 <? • 4 cZOcieZq, iullins, Society Editor 9 Pat Mullins, Society Phone 4461 Sunny Anderson Exchanges Vows In Fort Smith In a relict ceremony July IS at the Fir^t Methodist Church in Fort Smith. Miss Runny Anderson became the bride of Jimmy Simmons. Miss Anderson is the dauehu-r ol Mrs. Cora Ander.son of IJlylhc- ville. Mr. Simmon;: Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simmons of DeH. The al(ar was decora led with* palms and white cathedral laprr.s. ( Music wa.s presented ny Mr?. Eriria Eflrle Mas.<ey. organist. The bride. wore A sown of white embossed cotton with a white lace hat She pinnrd a purple orchid at her shoulder. Miic* Ernestine Frenrh a Mended Miss Anderson as maid of honor, She wore a frock of pink organdy embroidery wilh white garrifMilns. Jimmy Met calf of Dell aiienil^rt Mr. Simmons as bnst man, The couple left for a brief wod- dinp trip in ftnreka Springs. Cpl. Simmons if stationed in Fort Smith. Engaged Couple Is Honored at Family Picnic Miss Jean Drrfman and Rrth I Walden. who svlll bft married Saturday, were guests of honor last night al. a family picnic simper given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L,. Dedman. Among the. 16 guests attending, were Mr. arid Mr*. L. O. Westbrook of Birmingham. Mrs. I. O. brook, .Jr.. and children, Pat and Onie. of San Anfialo, Tex., and Mrs. Don Fletcher of Joiner. Forever A Fashion First BRIDE—Miss Sunny Anderson, daughter of .Mrs. Cora Anderson, became, tbe bride of Jimmy Simmons, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simmons of Hell, at Fort Smith on JnJj 10. They took a wedding trip to ICureka Springs. June Buchanan Announces Plans For Wedding Mrs. Brogdon Is Complirpented At Party Here Mrs. Eric Whitley and Mrs. Freeman were hostesses last nlchl al the Robinson home at a party com- Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Hrrry and plimrnltng Mr.s. B. F. Bro(!don. the'; win Allen, left this mornint: by Bits of News loitfyP.. Winter Cottons Set New Trend former Miss Francos MeHnney. Among the. 30 guests, was Ihe l,ove Oroup nf the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First. Christian Church, of which Mr.s. Robinson is lender. In prunes phiyrd, Mrs. Ben Hnr- poln and Mrs. Janie? Rainwnler were winners. Later in the evening, j the group played bunco and Mrs. i Charles Brogdon won the hifih pi i?e. Traveling pri/e went to Mr.s. Sam Roddick. plane from Memphis for Mexico City where they will spend iheir L vacation. Mr. and Mr.s. Raymond Whittle and family, and Mr. and Mr?. Llo.vd Ray are spending a two-week's va - j ration in Jackfon, Nashville, Tenn., and tlnoiiRh Indinim. Mr ami Mr.s. Bill Frailer an- nounre the birlh of their first child, a snn. at Blythevil)/ 1 Hospital. Monday night nt 11 o'clock. Mrs. Pral frai- Onlprlng the table was a l.irpe i zpr is llie former Mi5s Patricia .silver howl nf mixed cut flowers and . Chitwood. othpr flowers wore usril through- Mrs. Gsne llrlhhle of Temple, out the hoiis**, Tex,, is the RIIO^I nf Mrs. Corn An- Mrs. TJroRflon wft.s Riven a pi ft dPr. c on and family. TJroRflon wft.s Riven j and n pink c^rnntion corsape. by | the ho.sif.^^s- For the ocrasinn. she j wa«; rireport in a yrllrtw print siin- bnrk dre^s. An nut-of-lov.'ti ?urst WRS Mrs J. R. Wyntt. of Danville, \ r a., who^nm is the guest of the Rev. nnd Mrs, Jnrnr.s FJainwater. After the hostesses wern served a df'^sfrl course, tb^ lyive Group entrd their feadf-r, Mrs. P^h- Mr, and Mrs. L, O. Wp-^1 brook of Birmingham, Ala.. Mrs, I. O. Wesv- I brook. Jr., and children, Pat and i | Onie, of San Anjralo, Tex,, are ' of the R. I*, nedrnnn's They irlally for thp wrddlng of Mi^s Jean J3edman to nob Wal- dnn. Mrs. T. O. Wrstbrook. who was stricken v/ith pneumonia several Former Resident, Carl Bean, Claims Illinois Bride Mr. and Mrs. -Raymond Groff nf Grayvilte, ri!,, announce the mar- miatze of their dauph'er, Wanda i ™Y The weridinp of Miss June Marie Buchanan to Benjamin Franklin Johnson will he solemnized at tbe First Baptist Church nrt AtiRiiRl rojGroff Bratton, lo Carl M. Hr-an, son at 4 o'clock In the afternoon, with of Mrs, Gussie Bean, formerly of the Rev, B. C. Brown officiating. Hlylheville. Rurhnnan has chosen Miss] The ceremony was performed T\'\~ Coming Events Thursday Night came played by fllytlieville I)i nil irate Bi idge pa me, Mrs. T. O. Hviey entertains mem-1 bers of the Thursday Rook rhib. I t \trs. Jane Carson is hostess to! members of Kibitzer. Mrs. N. G. Jerome Is hostess to La Nucve at her home. Friday Y. M. Hirlhrtay Club mect.s In the home nf Mrs, Murray McHalfey at 7:lin p.m. Dorcils Sunday School has 2:SO p.m. busi and daMHliler, Pain, of SI. Louis, are I he Riiosts of Mr. and Mrs. John \Vj\lde.n. 'Hiey came for wedtliiiR of Mr. Waldf-n's brother. Rob WsUrien to MIS.S Jenn Dednian, Miss Marian Maye-s returned from spending j.e.vernl days in Blue Monntain ntu! Tupeln, Miss., where .she visited fi-iends. Paula McBryde of Marianna to be mnld of honor nnrl her bridesmaids Miss Cliffle Overman, Miss Billle Jane Rodgerx and. Miss Katherine Westbrook. Serving ns best man will be Clarence Johnson, brother of the groom. Ushers Include Wayne Rhodes, cousin of the groom, Jnhn- Buchanan, brother ot ihe bride, L. K. Stovflr, of Dulnth, Minn. Canrilellchtrrs will he Mr.s. Dar- ncv Crook, sister of the bride, and Miss Irene Johnson, sister of the proom. Providing a program of nuptial music will be Mrs. C- M. Smart, organist, Carroll'Evans, soloist. Miss Marian Mayes. ' narrator, and Mr.s. Louis Trowhrldye, .sister ot the brldp of Si. Louis, vlnlinist. A, with the reception will be Mr*. Clarence Johnson. Hindi Overman, MKs Hazrl Brannen, Miss Lita Rose Ca.stllo and Mrs. Bill MrClnre. day night at the home of Mr. and Mrs E. Ft. Phillips In Grayville with the Rev. Dwipht HazolcU. pastor of the First Christian Church, officiating at the double rin^ exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips wore t h e couple's only attendants. Mrs. Phillips, a.s matron of honor was dressed In a hork of gray with red carnations, pinned at her shoulder For her marriage, Mrs. Bean wore a piastcl green dress with while accessories, and pinned white carnations at her shnuld<-r. Mrs. Groff, mother of thp bride, was dressed in a navy dros,s. and pinned yellow carnations at her marriage of her son. ft dress of white and was Given pale blue carnations for her shoulder. Mrs. RiiHsell Phillips and grandson, Michael Alexander, will return home* today from "St. Louis. Harry A. Haines left this morn- ins for Hickory, N. C. Mrs. Haines and daughter. Elizabeth, have spent \ several weeks there visiting her I parents. Mr, and Mrs. H. F,, Shii- ness and soda! meeting j fo / c \ ^ p!fm to T(!ltlrn aftcr Victoria Gilbert and Mrs.l aboilt> 10 dayjs ' Hv (1AILK WXIAS. NRA Woman's Kdihir ST. LOUIS — »MEA> Winter cottons are a coming thins in this i Midwestern rity that has a definite southern flavor. Defined, the term I means simply that these are new ' dark cottons, in new weights, trial " carry on from summer into fall. But even more this year, the .. phrase will be used U> cover cottons actually worn In winter, even though this is looking very (ar ahead. Here in ft. Lonls the corrird cottons Let Others Bring Out Husband's Reserved Opinion Thf" wife of a presidential candidate recently told a reporter that when she wanted to find out- what her husband thought nbout certain tonics .^he invited so mo stimulating 'irupoiiy over for Mir* evening, nnrj listened attentively while they drew her husband out. Thorp's a hint there for any wife ",'ho doesn't prt. verv far when she (ries to find nut vhnt her husband thinks about 'hi^ or 'iini A man will oftrMi rlam up when hvs wife wants to kt,nw how his business is coins, or' what be thinks about an important matter. But. the minute he pc-ls with a croup of men. in tores red !n the snrne lhinj»s IIP is inlercsfod in, he'll cp- en tip and sny cxn-llv how IIP feels about various subject, or romp out wUh information abmif his business il tins never ornirrpd to him to mention to his wife. So if you ever crt 1o reeling o'lfc of touch with your husbnnd's real Inf/re-sU, try 'he trick ured by the politician's wife. Invite 5Oi!ic people over Mint you know your husband finds mentally stimulating. Then sit. back quietly anc! listen to the ui'k. You'll learn all kinds of thinp.s you would probably never know 1 your husb:md. TC'S only one wnrd of raulion. they're , ]S ) np tr:id!Honpl>y ! worn by railroad workmen for fail I Don't, when he cmnrs nut with some diTS?es (hat combine the .sturdi- i stnrMinu revelation. «sy in an in- J" ITri ton*: "Why Bill, you never ( °'d rne that." nm of wool with the lightweight of cotton. The R ray-and-black corded cot- ion by Minx Modes 'lefli is classic in feeling. has bracelet-length sleeves and R huge, taffeta pussycat bow at the neckline. The coat dress (ripho Is t h e \*cry .sarne fabric in rust-and-brown, eiven a velvet collar and belt. La Finesse meets In I lie of Mrs. Mason Day, Jr. Saturday .Saturday afternoon ganins nf the Bh'theviUe Duplicate Bridge League are played. Mrs. W. [,. Ha rile an and son. Bill, homei nftVR returned '*> their home in Week Hostess Cologne By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Etlitn Family Reunion Held Park Forty-file members of the O. H Ralph family gathered at Walker chins. Park Sunday for a family reunion. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Hartford, Conn, afler spending several weeks with her parents, Mr. anrt Mrs. C. W. Affllck. Mi^. Prank Byrci has been (nken to Baptist Hospital In Memphis, whore she is going through Sanders Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Henrfrirkson j h /; ve appreciated your cscap and children of Chester, Perm., are the guests ot Mrs. Hondrickson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Muir nml Mr ,nnd Mrs there i.s than that. a man up faster Tiber and sisal rues which bear the briml. of springtime and number time wear can be redecorated^ In attractive colors and designs witiu;? a new type of paint application. A size coat of ordinary laundry starch mixed with water and brought to a boil can be. used on most. rugs. Then H f tor the rue la a deep invigorating woody fragrance, that will refresh on oven j the most humid days. k How fl.itierinc vnur hostess will be when she receives this enchant-s dry special floor enamel for fiber .inp fraarant wardrobe. And in case' rues is applied. It Is available in t you become infatuated with one of , Decorator colors. Summertime and Us wonderful i lhe colognes yourself, you'll be hap- ! Ion weekend visits to the shore and ' ; P- v ro know il cnn be purchased ; country usually brins up the prnb- ; separately. lem of letting yovir hosier knnw you ! from ' city sidewalks. i A new little *itver-plated lemon j Always a delightful eift--drstin- squroyer holds a slice of lemon ^^ p ed to please—is a fragrant colocne, j which can be squeezed cently into H. H Hou- i ' I " lierfls hardly a woman who won't , a tea cup without squirting lemon Read Courier News Classified Adj. 18860 1020 By Sue Burnett Peggy Barnett To ExchangeVows AtBjjrdefte Aug. 9 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Rnrnrtt, nf tjiixnra .announce Ihe engagement and approaching marrince of their dnnphl er. F ] ep(jy Jane Ui J nines L. Cooper of Oklahoma Cily. son of the Rev. and Mrs. L. O. Cooper of Burdel te. Miss Bftrnetl attenrlerl Bnrdetl^ Hish School. Mr. Coupe]- nt tended Ari.i, Okla.. Hieh Sc>ioo! and is nmv employed n( Tinker Field, in Oklahoma City. The marriage ceremony will be AUCUM 9 at B p.m. at the Church of Oud in Burdetto. centerinp: the bride's table was f\ four-tiered w e d d i n if cake topped with a mini a Hire figure nf a brirle and groom. A blue nnd while rolor ! scheme was carried out in the deo I orations. I Mr. Benn. a gradual p. of Blytheville Hlph School is now employed at t.hc M and R Cementinc ("'om- ; 503 \Vc_st-Tenth in Ml. Carmel, III.] i troit. ^tich.; Mrs. P. J. Armstrong i i and daughter, Maxiue of Stanley,! i Ky., who were guests of Mr. and, ! Mrs, Walter Alexander; and MrJ j and Mrs, J. D. Marshall and Frank | Majshall nf Steolo, Those attendint; from' Luxora were Mrs. Mattie Bynum and Mr.s. Casey Jones. After the picnic lunch, pictures were taken and Bruce Ralph played selections on the accordian. Dan Atkins left today wilh Mi and Mrs, Gregory H. Atkins who; the "sporty" or "floraJ" type, why had been the guests of Mrs. J. C. j not send her a variety of frn- Harnish for ?\irt Smith. Ark., and Bixby, Okla. Dan win visit in Par- apoulri before returning home. Mrs. ,). B. Wyatt of Danville, Va.. appreciate this personal posture. j in yr mr companion's eye. It is avail- Instead of typing your hostess as j able afso in seUs of four. is the of the Rev. and James Rainwater, r> _ • i rn T> TT 1 1 Kcvival To Be Held p|., ' la . r LGflg'U6 V\f O olflir P VVGeKl.V V.T In a four-table floweU inovptnoTit played last meht hy the member.! of the Blvtheville Country Club Duplicate flridce Lea cue. Mrs. C. W. Af'lirk and Mrs. H. C. Sims took top hfmrs. Other winners were Mr?. W, A. AfMirk and Harry \V. Haines, who vi nn second place. Annual summer revival at, Lone Oak Missionary Baptist church will be conducted August 3 through In, by Elder Clarence King, evangelist, of Millipnn Rictse. Elder S. L. Lon£, pastor, said that services will becin at 10 a.m. onrl 7:30 p.m. dally. The church is located three and one half miles west of Blythev'lle. Your wardrobe for a new season U isMirfid of success if you plan nn an attractive classic that'.' always a leader in fashion. This oue has a softly rolled collar, fluirl lines. Pattern No. R860 is R «ew-rilp perforated pattern in sizes in, 12. 14. 16, Ifl, 20. Size 12. 4-", yards of 35 or 3P-inrh. For ihiF pattern, send 30r In COINS, your name, address. si?e desired and the PATTERN NUMBER, t.o SUP Bui-net 1. Courier News. 375 Quincy St.. Chiraao 6. Ul. Ready for you now-—Basir FASHION for '52. Fall and WinUr. This ne«- issue is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewine for a new 5pwine for a ne\< season: aift p:U- irrn printed in.vide tlie bnnk. '&?.. {Number Nine C'lnh ] in Mant/, Home! Calvary YWA Meets With Miss Moore YWAof Armorel Meets at Church Members of Ihe Ntnnbrr Nine Home Dcnionsiratlnn Club met in the home* nf Mr.s. Harry Mant/, Mon- dav wilh 10 attending. Mrs. I,ioyd French, presiflent, railed the meet in? to order and ihe eye opener was efven Mrs, \LTiit7 pave the devotional from FphrsiAn?. which was followed hy ihr inLl rail. answeirrl with an nclivity (or a familv locrther. A brief business ses^inn o - as POII- rinrifd before tipmonsf rat inns on skirt and rake decoratlnj; were Riven. A ^k^i was rhe las! event ol the day. Group praver closed the turrt- ing and rpErr^hmrnts were srrvrd Members of the Younu \Vomen's Asporia l ion of the Calvary B^p'ift Clnurh nipt In the homo of Miw Ellen Moore, for a projrrrmi mretinc, Mrs C. S Birmhiphftm t:a^•e the de\Ti*ional taken from Romans and ! irtons. Eva Alsup prnvrr w^r, nMnrri hy Mi-s Moore, | Yvonne MrCann. Miss Iturmdn ca\'e the story. ;\ hit-li w as '"ttvo." la ken (rnrn the "Windnxv." Mrs. Birmingham led rtie Hnsinc prnyrr and in a sncial , hour which fnllowod. MMs Mnoie served Members of the Younc Women's AMorlnrtnn of Armorel Baptist Church met at thp church for stewardship program. "R ii?ht In Our Own Bark Yard." Those tnkine part, 1 * nn pmpram, were Mnrplc Beard, Ma rt:li> Sim- Joy Parri^h. Barbara .Itmes was a new member. Girls, offering prayers ni the Tiieet inc were Max- inn Pnrrish and Diella A hup. I/ the Hospitals Dismlpfed: Mrs T. J. Barnes. Cit-y 'Mr,= . Robert. Harrison, City Ed Talhrrt. City Walls Hospital grances? One leading fragrance house has recently introduced an economically- priced cologne trio. The packa2e contains three cnm- pleroly .different types of srent.s— dOKigneri to meet varyinp iiiootis. One is a flowery fresh bouquet of tuberose, violet and jasmine., all blended into a preennew that personifies nature. The second is an oriental spice fracrance that fpa- t'.ircs s blend of niu?ky rosewood. And then, to complete the trio, No FASTER Aspirin Than— WORLD'S IARGEST SELLER AT 10$ AIR C.ONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION .'.. •.'. •• T . . Sensational ^"'- • ' " / •• ^:^ Coupon Offer! BEAUTIRIi ONEIDA-ROGERS LVERPLATE EASPOON i J t 4 YOURS FOR JUST 25t plus 3c Slamp and Coupon Panel tram Cotton of deliaou* Thursday Only 8:30 a.m. to 12 Noon CLOSE OUT Odds & Ends — Display on Racks n.oo ALL SALES FINAL . «» Good Shnra & Hosiery ALL SALES CASH LAST TIMES TONIGHT Benrjtcadi Nancj Killi 0|ien li:.'ill p.m Show Htnrls at Dusk. 2 Shows Kverv Nile. SHOUTS: "Sack llontlle S "Hide Cowhov' Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Build up n complete set ol 5 Of 15 ol these lovely, heavily silver plated teaspoons in glamorous Encore pattern. S.v.'e coupon panels from -t Stierbol Cartons —fall delays on carlon. RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs- .lossc M. \\'lii1p X I'jimily .Mr. X- Mrs. Lawrence St;i!)bs R Famil Mr. & Mis. 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