The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 2, 1952
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TAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, U acte Pat Uullins, Society Editor Phone 4-161 Bits of News t/' lastl y l tcrsjicrsed with jniif.s of French Illusion. Iloborf Garner Oumbrell of Oklahoma City, Okla., served Mr. Choadlc /is best man. Ushers m- Chervdle, Bill Cheadlo, all of Dallas, nnd nephews ol the groom, William John.son of Newkirk, Okhi., J. Max Walters of lilyihcviile, and Woody Townscnd of Manila. j Mrs, Fireman wore for the mar- I riage of IUT daughter, a crjckrnil' length Ro-fn of pale vreen silk j ta/feta. The -scooped nut neckline, Jcnturt'd a wide band ol white! beads, rhlun.stonc.s, and cui crystal^ beads. A small shrug Jacket with| nbove the eihow skives v.ns wrim, and the skirt was flared. Slit- wore a custom made hat of matching' n-iiilcrtn! Miidrlrd with rhiac'^.one.s i At her sbouldfi 1 was n. c/ysaRe of j fininll yellow and brown orchids, i Mother of the •(•room. Mrs. Che;i- ! die, wa.s ntUic-d in n terrace Icnirlh ! HO'.vn of dusty rose chiffon over taffeta v.ii'ii a sheared bodice. She, wore mi elbow length jacket of • t'hautilfy Lee in tin 1 srinip color, with m U'hins accr.'-.sorlos nnd pinned purple orchids at, her shoulder. Itrrcpllrtu ([eld Folio win ; the wedding, a reopp- tlnn was held at the home of tlie bride's parents. decorating the home. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Ferguson Jr., have returned lo their home in Savannah, Ga., after spending three weeks with Mr, Ferguson's parents, Mr. and Mis. Joe Feiyuson, Sr. Mr, iind Mrs. John Tyrone and sons Jimmy and David, spent yesterday In Memphis, whore David underwent a checkup, Mrs. John D. McDowell left yesterday by plane for Lebanon, Ind,, near Indianapolis, to be with her mother, Mrs. Cunningham, who is i, r ery ill. j Mr.-s. John R. I,e\vi.s leaves torn or- j row far New York CJty, and from there will sMI to Nurembury, Germany, to join her husband, M. Lewis, who is stationed there. Mrs. Ltjwjs is tho former Miss Frances ShfiUMi and plans to bu there for two years, She was ;trcompan!rd to New York by Miss Frances Boweii Find Mrs, F. L. Husband, who will spend a two week's vacation In New York and Wa^hinyton, D.C. Mrs. B. F. Hani-son of Dexter, Mo,, spent last iiii?ht with her sLs- tfr, Mrs. G. K. rinks, on her way ''.oiuf ffim a v/epk spent with her l>; ul'sor. It, H DuiuTiii vuiu iintlfr- V'csit, .sui'.viTy Wodnrvtlay. I! is i'tn\- di'lon Js re ortrd Improved, Miss Anrri nolle Garner and Billy Dinne.^ Luncheon Given For Wedding Party of Jean Dedman, Bob Walden A rehearsal 'dinner was given ] In. Centering the lable was a flor- last nitfht for the members of the wedding party of Miss Jean Dedman, and Bob L. Walden in t h e al arrangement, carrying out the theme of the rose which will be used on their hats at the wedding. John Walden homo. Brides- T heir~places were marked with maids luncheon held toaay at the j g jf ts wrapped In the color of their * £ nw ns, which are blue, green, yel- i OWp orchid, and pink. Each was Dixie 1'itf. • Dinner was served bnffot style on the lawn and centering the tables were white stocks in low arrangements. Mrs, Duff OaUhcr. sister of the groom-to-be was hostess for the occasion. Miss Oerimnn wore for the evening's activities, a blue chambary j sunbark with white accessories Siie pinned a corsage of pink carnations at her shoulder. given three strands of pearls. Bridesmaids Include, Miss Donna Dcdrnnn, maid of honor, Misses Lucrcla Bunch, Botly Nell Holland, Barbara Stewart, of Popular Bluff, Mo., and Jo Ann Garnder of Memphis and Savannah, Miss Dedinan wore for the oc- Mrs. Virple Walker at 424 B. ROM. American Legion Auxiliary m«et« at 8 p.m. at the American LegEoa Hut. Country Club Duplicate Brldgt League meets at the Club. Wednesday Mrs. R. C. Allen is hostess t* members of Cluta Eight. Mrs. W. H. O'Kccfe is hostess to members of CIB. Thursday La Nuere Bridge Club meets in Ihe home of Mrs. Coleman Stevens. Mis. W. B. Mayo entertains members of Thursday Rook Club. Rlytheville Duplicate B r i d g • League plays game. Mrs. Alex Curtis hostess to members of Kibitzer Club. cnslon, a natural beige nylon dress Miss Dedmnn was hostess to her bridesmaids at a two course [with which she wore eggshell ac- lunchoon today al Dixie Pit? Drive- cesseries. Resident Honored I On 80th Birthday j Ycslr-rctiiy marked the Both birthday of Mrs. Allin Hushes, who | w;ts honored in 1he home of heri il!>.iL!<:iter, Mrs. Will I.aFcrncy. at 11 Mil-prise pnrly. Olncliolias nnd alhor Kinniner ,.„ , blossoms in pink shading lo lose Don G:inior loft today (or Hirmins- j decorated (he home. hum (o it'll. Mr. and M:s. Tom! Mrs. Hughes was presented n OSCEOLA NEWS By Betlye Nclle Starr When you select a taffetized fln- isliod fobric, try to get information on < Icansibility before purchasing it- Beware of any fabric that rms visible white crucks or crevices on the wrong side. p.m. Show Starts Mr. a>ul Mrs. OcoiKC Doyle and Henderson and children left Tliurs- i at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nile. daughter, Kar]:i. of Sikeston, Mo., j day morning for a month's visit' \vrre in Ost'eola his parents. Joiner ou luisl- ness. i Martha Nell Head will i Fowler, their uncle and aunt, lor i swee: i month. ' oijonr' pen coi-sngu and after she! U5fd in rlccorafiiif? the home, r-i • | i were nrranypinentA of Souihern . DirthuOV f-mtlax and white stocks thimiRh- i ' h)V/ ^7 ( were served tile guests. out. A round tnble WHS used In tlic (lining room, and w;is drnpctl in j soft pink .satin which fell In nat- ' Ural points to the floor It was [ Fourteen cucsts were present at ovaitaid with drifts of misty pink 'tho homo of Mr. and Mrs, Goriton Illusion wbfrh was ruff led to the • Harris yesterday for a birthday floor and cau»ht at intervals with i party honoring 1 their fourtec-n-year- pink ,^atin bows and French .srntlnx, S old rlauKhler, Delores Ann. sturttlod with gleaming wliite Riir- i Mf«s l.uiui n. \VLlhchn was in clonins. Flanking each skin of the ' charge of tlie pamey, and Carol three tlorcd wlilte wpildine cake, > Sceman and r^osj Owens prescnt- whk-h was topped with white rose- J nti the Rifts. Nan Miller and Eva NevJ»ly Weds Are Complimented the werk end with lier family in Walnut Ridge. Heen in Memphis 'I'hursdav were i Ml .,_ .„,_„. c,..,;,,,,. Mrs . ciarcnrc Povvc-ll, Mrs. A. L. Boycc, Mrs. W. E. Hunt. Mis. Sucncer DtU-cr, Mrs. "' r " "™<"**™- ^ Them will 1 Pcrcv Driver, Mrs. Percy Allen, "? s " vl , ccs at . . «« Prcstaytcrl!, w,.,'r p R,,IH.,.^ ,nH vii,J C'lurrh th.rm B his absence. He w MLw Mrs. James Boswoll Chenille were crystal candelabra hold « while burning tapers tint! white f flowers. ! floL-vhiR at the reception were Mi?ses Knihcrine Wcstbronk, Lctn Rose CiistlSo, June Buchanan, and Peggy Jane Flee man Is Bride Of James Cheadle of Oklahoma In a wedding of wide social interest, Miss Pegjfy Jane Fleeman, the daughter of Jlr. and Mrs. Eugene Cecil Flec- man of Manila, became the bride of James tioswcl] Cheadle, the son of Mr; and Mrs. John Begg Choadlo, of Norman, Okla. The single ring ceremony was performed in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives, at the First Methodist Church in Manila al. seven o'clock last evening. Tlie Uev. N. Lee Gate officiated at the exchange of -nuptial vows. Forming the Imckprcmnd for the j the lore nncl filled In with nrrordinn wedding party were white cathedral plrnted tulle. Tlic Ions [ittert sleeves i Bermlcn, all of Lenchvllle- Mr nnd tapers in wrought iron cnudctobra, tapered lo petal points over her : Mrs. Elzle Hwink of Keiinett Mo • and three crescent shaped Rrrnni^e- hmul-s. Titry cohered buUnns ex- 1 ments of while storks nntl white ' tcncfrd dov.ri the >j:i~k of the-nw.ild- Lee Graves won prizes, Mrs. W. J. FitzhliRh assisted in serving birthday cnke and punch to the guests. Centering the ttihlc were cnndel- ubrii surrounded with pink sweet- C. E. Emi!., Mason. Word \viis received In O.vceola of the sudden death of Rus-sell Harri- A surjnise shower honored nev/lyison, Brinkley, Ark., blisinessnja;;. wed*. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hooker f He was 43. Services were held last ni-iht at the home of Mr. and • Thursday afternoon In Brinkley. Mrs. Everett Collier. ! His wife. Mrs. Mary Wright Har- 'Amoncr the !5 -ucsts was Mrs ! rlson. Ls a sister of Mrs. Roy Cox. ntho Bailey of New York suest oil Mr - nrul Mrs ' Bnl Kcll V anti Mr. and Mrs. Rnlph Bailey. | claiighter, Rosemary, of West Mem- The evening wns spent Informally i E, 1 '. 5 *"?..! n _°. sc p. o!a ry^'^V^iight. :ind ref]-eshments were served by ( the host and hostess. 1 throuijhout Missouri. Their first i ;lo]> v, ill be with Mr. Hendereon's i parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Henderson, in Maiden, where he Mill address the Mnlden Air Force Hasc graduating class. Fie \viH fo j to St. Louis to fill a speaking en- Basement and then on to Moberly. Mo,, for a visit with his brother, R. P. Henderson. Jr. There will be an 111 return to Osceola to fill tho pulpit Alls. 31. peas to carry out a pink and green color scheme. Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson, all of HH'thevillc; Mrs. Robert Ration and Mrs. Lewis E. Townsend of Manila. The couple departed lor through the Eastern slates, the bride wearln? a Rrny nun weave summer wool suit accented with touches of navy around the pockets. Her accessories were in navy and her hat was a navy blue velveteen j rtlly to Mrs . nohb(e Nc | r ., t heimor, coo he type. She pinned the white with „„ ln(orronl p:lrt y nt lhe M a- orehlds from her bouquet at her hol , home, snoumcr. Centering the table which was They will make their home In! overlaid with a lace cloth, was Norman, OMa.. where both \\iti be an arrangement of sweetpcas, and lrlp Surprise Party Given in Home Mrs. Speck McGregor nncl Mrs, Pnul Mnhon worn hoslcssr.s Tiiurs- students at Oklahoma University. Out-of-town guests Included Mrs. Amos E. Robinson, Mr,, p'ml Mrs. Robert Pierce, Mr. niirt 'Mrs. J^eroy Mrs, At the Hospitals nlythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. E. M. McDonald, Luxora. Duford Harbison. City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. H. Bhinkenship. City, i Mis. Gerald Hancock and baby j City. Mis. John Brooks and baby, Wilson. Mrs. J. H. Norrid. Cooler. Mrs. Irene Gray and baby, OK- ceola. Coming Events Saturday University Club has at, the Hotel Noble first Blue other flowers throughout the house. ^'J '.= ; ' V. At the surprise shower,'.^M r^i '-. .presented' gifts LI. nnd Mrs. Willlnm D. Shippen left v/ccin.-sday for Camp Pendte- ton, Calif., where Lt. Shippen will remain imtil Aug. 15. From there, he will he sent to Korea. Their younc: son, W. D., Jr., will remain in Osceola with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Shippen, until his mother returns In August. Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Schmncher hail her nephew. Billy Walker, and Mrs. Walker over the week end. Joinins; them wns Mrs. Schmacher's sister, Mrs. O. F. Walker of Riverside, Calif. Tcusday Mr. and Mrs. Schmacher drove Mrs. Walker *o Scnarh, Mo,, where she will visit another sister, Mrs. H. H. Neely. P. X. .Schmacher. Jr., of Sikeston will spend the week end with his parents. The Rev, and Mrs. Chalmers The ctanco Room. Sunday Services for the opening of the new addition of Trinity Baptist Church begin at 3 p.m. Monday Christian Women's Fellowship of First 'Christian Church has 2 p.m meeting with Mrs. Cecil Lowe. Mrs. M. T. Moon as Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m. With Mrs. Harolrt Nunn. Gleaners Class meets in the home of Mrs. Russell C. Farr at 10 a.m. Mis. Roy Head is hostess to Young Women's Association of the First j Baptist Church. 1 Women's Missionary Society of | the Trinity Baptist Church, Circles One and Two, meet at the church for a business session at 2:30. Business Women's Circle meets with SAT. ONLY! 2 HITS! fliMiiiS tiUNS FLASHING HOOfS. ZAN.CREVS S TheLIGHToF WESTERN STARS m JERSY wio ^ MICHAEL CURTIZ Serial: Oregon" Trail & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY „ \VRH\M ^NANGY _, FRANK lOLDEN ©ISONlLOVEJOY' Also Cartoon & Comedy • • a • • • e John and Mrs, J. Len : ' «nd the hostesses served punch and ; cookies. gladioli caught with gleaming white satin in wrought iron .stands against ed lace boilicc to tlic deep V waistline, marked by a narrm"/ hnnti- a background of Southern smikix > rolled corti. The cxtreitioly lull and wcodwnrdla fern. Centering MIR! thercd skirt, cnhnncccl liy n cieep altar was a wrought iron prie dleu j pcplum and nuLUiifd wiih'applitiucs covered with white stitin. Adorn- ] of the nandrun nlenron lace motif, Ing the alternnte pews were boughs) swept to a wide fnn-sharied train. I—I a I A ' IC1 ^ Her veil, drifts of Imported French illusion thnt fell to finger- lips in natural folds, was held by a filled cloche; of candlelight p:itin. overshadowed liy Illusion. The clod 10 was outlined with a wide .> In lacy" design. Mr, nritl Mrs. Joe Bob D<\vid \ MonipEtis: Mv. nad Mis, Ernest IJurton of Marked Tree: Mr. and Mr.s. Foster Stover of Norman, OWn.: Mr, nnri Mrs. ,7. Wilson Hc-n- ry nnd Jim, MX. .nnd Mrs. Bill Me- Annual Life of Georgia Tnsur-j Clurc. Chnrk-s--TiCli'di?rson, Mr. nnd ( AFICIICV picnic was held last; Mrs. nnsscll CSS'ipbpn, J. T. West-I night at Walker Park, when Mr.| brook. Dr, and Mrs. Gents S. At- and klnsnn, Mr. jind Mrs. John Mnyes. nnd , Mts ' G;irlh Castllo. Miss Lillian of Southern snilla?. tied with white satin bows. The aisles were laid in with' white. Miss Nftiza Hns-sen of Sulphur, Okln.. and Larry T. Moore of Blytheville presented nuptial selections ns guests gathered In tlie sanctimry. | band nf sep't Miss HaMcn- fi selections InclMdcd ] sl]C ^.^ a of wWtc i ter _ of thfl ljr j ( j p: ancl j Mim _ i Smiling ThroiiBh nnd The Lord s, nrchlds !UU , mffl _ o[ (] |Icv iu .^ flT1 of rlint Mjrh | Prayer, which she sang as a bless- j * ' Ing while the couple knelt. Mrs, T, A. Folger were host Out-of-town guests were Mr. and ' s ,^ Vf>r Rl|]]pn M Crnf(otl „„ of ; Mrs K B Mctts nnrt sons of I;ltUe Blytheville; Mrs, Jfickic Pattoti, ' Rock, Mrs. Joe Cokcr nnd son of Mr. and Mrs. jack Cole of Forrest i Memphisr nnd about 55 local guests City: Mr. and Mrs. Max Schrader S attended. of Callus, Mrs. Schradcr is the for- 1 -- iner Miss netty Jeati Flocman. sis- Mr. Moore, who arcompnnied tlie soloist, played, at the organ, the Ariasio Movment, "Sonata Opus 12" by Beethoven, 'My Hear! at Thy Sweet Voice" by Saint Snen?, "Melody" by Charles V. Dawcs. "The Flout is t" by Encle, "Avc Maria" by Srhulsert, "Modern Moods" by Perry and (he traditional wedding march by Lohengrin. Miss Kn.-^cm \v;is drrf.S'''d in a lull knc'.h gown of ice blue nylon m i t over tiiflettrt /A nU:h frnfiirpd a moi:ldrri str^.^lpss bodicr. and very full sttrt. She v..»s piT5t:nH'ci gur- c^nri^Jt which "-ne pinned at bur the ' ni; p.^rlv AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission !H- & JiOc At All Times SATUKDAY SATURDAY ONLY! f ri'if -m:',: 'is irv T; r 'r iirc- . T ;O-.CV nf Xoii":i: V'ii >".\vr3 of Blythrvillo Perkins, HiXj? F.n'c n June Killian. all of £::rr« TECI^SiCOLOR V/AtilS ijr.EN •d Nob- ' M.uiila. : bve Jrnior o! Is. Nnn-y Siinnnon NT- f?-'*"hter of >!r nnd M- R ?," K'~r.t n nf Man:";i niui J~:\f. OF^crn- 1 . ch'a^htrr of V—. B. Osbome of Mar,:'?.. A'.l her at;cndan!5 -Arve i tir ly n • '. i r ' :i in c 1 ^m i - " ;i SP ? 1 r ; v." ' n :r ' •". :i r s n f i c f bV T 1 1 > lo :i n i 'I ' :\ "b - icv : - -, v.i'V» rin^) V u^kii!y:> \\\ \hp. f i"':.', ;v :' r.'j:.'.} bv '\',r. n rlr:> tret c"*f •-. no.'-^ni~ in ':< r.' of !p.^ lightly T^nuVidcrt iinnif rs ;-,nri rx'-rnri'.n ^ in \]-p- wrii'-lli 1 "^ in :hr* t:n:V:. The ski]-"?. iioiFPd over ;n I'liid ho-.r^:-, v ITP ^x rr;rio!' full jtjxl'i? ir.riik- c;l al the wrls'linrs b> wMc cru'-h- c;i r-a.-hrs They U.TO n;-rra dyed to match and cirried .'•JuMvcr : bouquets o' pink lilies wUh puffs ; of il ! *, v inn and r o n f r a - ' in ^ v ci vet ' fi*v€ime^. wiih foiors ran?;in irom ' prslp pins !o deep fushiri. Their ' hr?(Uir*:s-pF. :-. cap= of illusion, were outlinrd in blue ribbon which lorm- '• cci bows in the bach. . | Bride Given liy Father ; The bride, given In marriage by ; her father, chose a gown of ivory i handrun olencon lace and nylon] tulle over candlelight satin, fash- j loncd with H deep pc^iare cut neck- j line edged by the sc&Llop design of : ^ A 20.. a^^ox tHJ^LntiJ^ p Kin^ nf lhe Conj^o untl SUNDAY & MONDAY I;,: v <!l & : -*-mte;& GEORGE f.r.Uy Cuoic • Virp r. —I'l.lJS— 'SANDY GETS HER MAN" with Stuart ICrwin Serial: "The Ti perm an" Also Cartoon 1008 ADAMS STREE bH SUNDAY S MONDAY Doulilc Kcaluvc Paramour.! N\'\vs, Cartoon ^- Novcltv Tied j O'BRIEN DtCARL '. FlTZGERMO RITZ GUESTS Mrs. Kernice Allen Air. & Mrs. Hill Fra/.icr & Family Mr. & Mrs. Rohcrt McHaney & Family Mr. & Mrs. Sam Johns & Family —ri.l'S— "IF 1 HAD MY WAY" with All Star Cast Also Metro News IMan nmv to come liy Sunday afternoon and tooli over Ihis handsome new home—-it will t>c open for your inspection from 2 to S p.m. Featuring Lennox central hetiliiiK. iilnstic tile bathroom, and attic fan, tliis two- lied room (with den) home was huil( with maierials furnished l>y Duildrr.s Supply Co. in Ulytheville. Located on !10 x I.'iO ft. lot. Pavctl street. In lilythevillc's new Country Club Heights Addition. J. E, SIEVENSON, JR. FRANK WAGNER 0 BUILDERS •

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