The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1952 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 4, 1952
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PAGE FOUR Society, Pat MulliuB, Society Editor 9 euM, Fboiw 4461 Mrs. W. M. Owen Complimented at Party Given Here I Birthday Party Given in Home The home of Mr. and Mrs. R, e Dnvii yesterday iras (he scene of . birthday party honoring R. B Davis his son lulus Davis, and Neldean Jean Davit James. The refreshment tahlp was overlaid with a lace doth »nd wae centered with the large birthday cake Pink roue, buds and pink »m>Mpf*t Mrs. Robert I. Thompson and Mrs. MONDAY, 'AUGUST 4, Bits of News l.-ilniDB rooms. After gifts had been presented to E. o; wiiiums' «;v'S^s"foV I"" 0 ™,, th ' lfwrnoon was a bridge-luncheon honoring Mrs I * P n ' ln ' ormal| y- William Marvin Owen, who »as re- I Ollr>s| s Included Mr and Mrs. J. conlly mnrrird. |'- falncf, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ford, . ! Mr ' zcl Mr A pink and silver color scheme wai carried out In the decoration, in detail with glfls wrapped In silver mid pink with liny wedding hells. Centering each lahle was a crystal bud vase holding pink car- n«ilon«. nnd bridal tallies carrying out the motif, Mr«. E. M. ncjenold. firsl, Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr, second, and Mrs II W Nichols, brldeo, were prize winners In bridge games. Mrs Owen was given a sliver com- GUGStS pole. She wns dressed in a hrown A nnrt yellow dress with a brown hall At trimmed in yellow. Her other accessories were in brown, and she pinned white, narration* at her shoulder. Mrs. Mahan Sell assisted in serv- t ing. Mrs - u c Ravls. Mrs. Ha- future Farmers of A from Burdetle chapter who left today for Camp Couchdale to spend a week are j. w. Oore, Elgene Hamilton. Mack McDermott Billy Wayne Perkins. Eugene Cable, Jainej Royce Payne. Billy Garner, Morris i.un-s, Charles Duncan. Eugene Robinson, Ruseell Bubanks, Billy Thornton. Earl Jones. Gary Bevill, Orvill stan- lield, Bobby Coolc, Donald Quarles. and Beiigy Higglns. They were «c- McWilliams. Mr, and Mrs. H. j comusnled by iheir laMrucror" W Buck. Out-of-town giiesin were " ""' ' Mrs. Marshall Lesher and B. Hobson. Mr. and Mrs. r an son of Corpus Chmil. Mr. «nd Mrs. daughter Pstricl j Jimmy James and son of Jackson. ! for a two week'l !' R r, u u -. ' left Miss . Mr. and Mrs. lulus Davis"and children of slkeston. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith and son of Leachville,, Mr, and Mrs. oils Smith of Holland! Mr' rooms of the church, A four-tiered wedding cake, rice- orated .with sugared pink roses, and topped with china figurines of a brirte and groom, centered the. bride's table. A madcrla table cloth overlaid the table and surrounding the larce crystal punch bowls wore Bitrlanrts or crecnery. Napkins were I Crain Sunday ' —---' u'lth "Hob and Jean." | Riven on the'l CUT WEDDING CAKE Air. and Mrs. Robert Lee Walden cut their wedding cake at n reception following their i p.m. marriage Saturday at the First Christian Church. Mrs. Walde.n Is the former Miriam Je.inette Deriman. daufrlitcr of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L, DcO- man. Mr. wnlden is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Walden. Ded man- Wai den Rites Performed At First Christian Church Here i In n double ring ceremony performed Saturday at four o'clock in the afternoon, Miss Miriam Jennette, Dcdman became the bride of Robert Lee Walden at the First Christian Church. The Key. Jonu-s Rainwater officiated before n large audience of relatives and friends. The bride is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dcdman and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Walden. On wrought Iron stands stood two, centlon for euc.-.ts in the reception white floor baskets of double stocks -' ••--" ----- • "-njrnon and huckleberry, cnurjht with white satin bows with long streamers. White wrought iron candelabra, en- tAvined with greenery and tied with puffs of while satin, held stalely white cathedral tapers. The prlo dleu on which the couple knell for blessing, was overlaid tvilh white satin and at the side was tied white- stocks. Family pe-.vs were designated by white satin bows. Completing the background was the baptistry lined with boughs of greenery. Mrs. C. Murray Smart and James Cecil Lowe, It, presented a program of wedding selection.-. Mrs. Smart, organist, played "Romance" by Wiennski, "Andante" by Rogers. "On Win»E of Son.e" by Mendelssohn and "Dream" by McAmls, ns the guests gathered. Mr. Lowe's selections \vere "one Alone" by Rombcrg, "I Love YOU Truly" by Bond, and Malotte's "The. Lord's Prayer" as a. blessing. Mrs, Smart played Lohengrin's wedding m.irch as the bridal party! "j™* 1 ' approached the nllnr and W •'- ! • and Mendelssohn's, marches A blue silk shantung dress Mrs. ._ Smart's choice attire for the,ppcaslon. and pink sweetheart roses.were presented to her. ' ,-SlstEr Is Maid of Honor Attending the bride ns maid of. honor, was her sister. Miss Donnn I Dsdnun, who \vqs dre-rfd in blue ] Bridesmaids wore Miss turret n Bunch, who wore orchid; Miss tlr-t-j ty Nell Holland. -,vho \\nre pink; Miss Barbara Stewart of Poplar' Bluff, who wore pale arccn; Miss; Jo Ann Gardner ot Memphis and ! Savannah. Tcnn. who yore yellrv.v. | Their gowns vnre irferst!c3j in de- ' s!Kn and were faMiione-i of m=p! creancly. worn over m.ilchinc !nf- I feta. The lo-.v scooped ncck!l!i"s! were off the shoulders, 3rd sleeves! were very short and puffed. Tiir- j bouffant skins, imll-rinn lenclh.j were accented nt (he i^.Tipr by wide) sashes of mf\'cl:;:i^ tsUrtrt Miss Dcdmsn's ynsh U,T= of or-! *=ndv. Thn> wu-f F^r.r-. ai-.d miM=: , r nrn-:rd pnjTu^ ,>- rt t'rr h.itirt- ' to P'l'rh thrir n-Fh-r- Th»ir 'hatv »-er- f tnra of nr^iivly iufft<>< with' or~2-ri^- rosf:.- it rach v.'.b fiffcta l"nvrs coio- Ann Robinson Honoree at Party Ann Robinson, daughter of Mr and Mrs. freeman Robinson, celebrated her seventh birthday Friday at Ihe home of her parent with a morning party Irom !>:.1fl in 11:30, when 30 cues'* were present. Out-ol-tnwn guests were Terry Weleukamp of Memphis, and Connie nnd Cathy HcndrlcJcson n [ Chester, Penn. In the Rnmes played. Mary Etta Graves and John "Butch" Smoth- wmnn won prires. j The refreshment, table was In the 'yard and wns decorated with balloons and crepe paper streamers {fee cream and birthday coke was i served the. llltle guests. Miss OoUy Murray of Jonc.sboro -»as guest, of honor at a dessert- I bridge-canasta given at the Razorback Drive In Saturday nlghi by MLss Blllie Sue Burks. Miss Murray was Miss Burks' wck end tiucst. Another out-of-lown Kuesl was Gunns, Grains Honored Here Floral arrniiscmcnts were low bowls of while clodloli nncl triple cnndela- bra held white larwrf. Those who assisted Mr. and Mrs Dedmnn in entertaining and serving the gncsl* were Miss Roberta Brocy who presided nt the guest book; Mrs. Don Fletcher, mint of the brirte, of Joiner: Mrs. Duff sister of the groom, of Mr. and Mrs. ,1. L. Gum, were honored Saturday night with a buffet supper at the home, of Mr nvri Mrs. Kd Staccy In Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Ounn shared honors with Mr, and Mrs. Monroe "iRhi at a suppnr Oscar Femllcr and W. M. Lau-jhe. Mr. and Mrs! and Mrs. Bll)y Nash and sons''*! fndio, Calif. Mrs. A. R, Welenkamp and daughter. Terry, of Memphis were ihe week end guests of Mrs. E. M. Terry. Terry came especially '.o help her cousin. Ann Robinson I celebrate, her .seventh birthday. | Mr. and Mrs, J.inies Hall and sons. Glenn and Robert Dale, of Maiden, and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. . Wilkinson and daughter Elizabeth | Ann of Holland spent yesterday' with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bohannon. MISR .Jean saine of Holly Mr. and Mrs. Grove. 1 C a. ,. Mr. and Mrs left yesterday A clean, refreshed face is a must when wcarinir delicate fabrics S «h a, the. (ulip cup.pelaled bolero type stole of white or?and, pictured above left. Base your i,»irk beauty pick-mi on a rood dot soapr face wiuhinr to remove all make-'up. oil and dirt Vin. ish with a ro)d spl>sh to fjjrhlen facial muscles trip'.it). Clean, Refreshed Face Is A Must Mrs. Moore. Jr., Harold Lewis. Miss Golds Rinks lei* (oday for! . ,. an extended visit through the west. '' They will visit Denver, Cheyenne, Los Angeles, and Calalina island., Miss Cliffie Overman has return- j ed from a week's vacation in Moll- • ticello. where she was the guest j o! friends. Mrs. Alice Bcnnell hap gone to Luxora to make her home with her daughter. Mrs. Thomas Aired. Ors. Edna and Carl Mies returned yesterday from a month's var.atlon In Minnesota and Illi-; enl) , noie. They were accompanied j u'arte American Legion Auxiliary meet«: borne by her sister. Mrs. Harry ' ly of Shelbyvllle. Mo., who I" bridge games, Mrs. Elolse Nicholson won high, and in canasta Miss Polly Ann Stewart won first. Miss Luella Ffctrnes won brldgo. Coming Events Wesleyan Service Guild of First, Methodist Church meet.- at the home of Mrs. Mary Hubler »l g p.m. Woman's Auxiliary of Si. sieph- an's Episcopal Church has 8 p.m. with Mrs. Hprild Nunn. Br ALICIA HART j NEA Rpniilj- Ertilnr j A lasl-minule date—afler I'ering day at the. office— Mickey Armstrong for make ly lived at ana > L-. T. Moore, and .sot) L T ' " ""' "" ""' ' , 1( j i l^it^-refresher aroomlng , ^ _ ! work wonders for . _, time schedule, too. Assuming you don't have time for a big. luxurious bath, the next besl , *,.,, ,,„, thine Is wo thorough, soapy scrub- upward bings One Is the wash-basin scrub- up for face, neck and anus; the » -wel- rcrjinres lal will your appearance. Sick Child Need* Your Supervision By ALICIA HART NEA B*«nlj- Editor If your youngster is sick !n bed with a cold or some childhood ailment, he needs very special understanding and treatment from you. Naturally, your first concern ts with his well-beine, But whatever you do. don't over-emphasize ihe nines*. Excessive catering and pampering, according to leading child- rare authorities, will only tend to make the youngster temperamental and introm?. i This is a crucial time in his de- • veloprnont. If he feels he can get i .stran?te hold on his family because ot his sickness, you may discover.,, yoursc-lf creating a Selfish. unhaprilF I child who will be difficult to chaj4 e i once he Is well. s • Give the youngster a substJinti*! amount of your companionship, but not at the risk of neglecting Jvotlr- self, your home and the rest /of the family. Set aside certain lujurs O J the day for story or playti'me so that he will know Just when; he 'can expect you. / Don't buy him "pretty" t/->vs It U much wiser to pick pi? Ws | hat will encourage him to u and imagination. A pi buildine blocks are ideal. If he doesn't have "caching," invite some neighborhood children in,'to keeo him company. They will] have a wonderful effect on'his n), 0 rafe Treat him with gentle/ authority rms. perhaps, k the h£p s i hev in your altitude. Your chil(i .„„,., , 0 know that y«>i ore cnnrjlemed, but • at. the same time he. vim requires disnp me (or his own /happiness as ivell as yours. ' 1 , is hands set n . smething o f the other is an under-the-faucet foot refresher. Tie bad: your hair, wrap a lowel around you for protection against, splashes and get your washcloth full of fresh, warm soapsuds Apply this lather to your face with firm Dni'Ca ^ Place: "*itr,^f^ l»if so the heat as -veil as the sunV 1, J1 ~? S y ia SS J.leetg t rieht at the skill. Scrub with an ' r 01' BllSlllPSS Sftpccirm .iward and outward motion. This i '•- - " v ^ •V tooll -"li stimulates circulation and revives !n Bri u ™ l '3ll"'the oil. perspiration ^ re Jli ne .',. w " h _ M «• .t'irtorU 'oil- Hut. p.m. at the American" Legion i Mrs. Cn.5 Brandon of Wilson- Mr nnd Mrs. Don Fletcher. Mrs. Julius Ralph. Mrs. Henry Woods, Mrs. E. Punk Benll. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Oswalt, all of Joiner. «i.^ui ()i U ie groom, of! An original rtcsipn suit fashioned j: Mrs. Albert Taylor, cous- "' brown linen with c?g shell-trim in of the bride; Mrs. Mnrcus Os-! ™' M th<1 bride's choice (or travel wait of Joiner: Mrs, W. c. West- \ Her « cccs snriej5 were In eggshell and • ! 5hf '*' orp ' »--t>rown linen hat. She brook of Memphis) Mrs. Ruscclli -•- •--» "• "•" am; Moslcy; Mrs. L. o. Westbrook Ir P lnnKl Src»n cymbldium orchids at | Dismissed of Birmingham; Mrs. I. o. West- ^ "' J '~~ brook, Jr.. of Snn Angelo, TPS • i - .,^. he nll.-ir and" WaBMr's! M"' ", '" Rl( " vart "' p "" 1 ^ DK'if.! IV?,' 01 " "'"' m " k <' thclr homp nt ,'s mnrrhe, I M "' : Mrs - ffccinnn Robinson, ar,rtj lfi09 H(inr " Miss Ja ,\lire MrGulre. K.icli wns I ~ presented with a corsage of while irnations. Out-of-iown guests for Ihe wed- rtlng (nrliirted Mr. and Mrs, I. o Wcstbrook. Jr.. and children. Pa- trlci.-i and O'Neal, of San Armclo To-x.; Mr. and Mrs. L. O Wosl-i brook. Sr„ Mr. and Mrs L. O. i Wc.-( brook. Jr.. and son. Raymond,: of Birmingham; Mrs. Neal Green : and son. Rnnny. Miss Jn Ann Elder.' Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Noble, all of Mr. nnd Mrs. ,1. R. Car-ter and Miss Susie Mitchell of Ar-: Ilngton, Tex ; Mrs. William c. | Wsstbrook. Mr. and Mrs. j. o. Harrison o! Memphis; Mr. and Mrs E. C. Pntton, Mr and Mrs. Gas Dramlon and daughter Grace Ann of Wlillchivcn; Mr. ano Mrs Dufr Onlthcr ami daughter. Harried, of Memphis; Mr and Mrs. .1. p. Wal- ri"n and daughter. Ram. Maplp- \vnott, Mr>.; Mr. and Mvs Johnny Tour and daughter. Carnlvn. of Osrcpla: Mrs. ,\!,irJs .steu.irt ami M-n. John Mark, nt Poplar Bli'tf: Mr ami Mr-. Anther Willmmn and bilked ciiucliter Judy of CaruthcrsviUe; j nmchinn Mrs. R. c. Allen is hoMess members of Club Eight. Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe Is hostess to members of GIB. .Thuradtty IA Nueve Bridge Club meets In the horn* of Mrs. Coleman St-evens. Mrs. W. B. Mayo entertains members of Thursday Rook Club. nlytheville Duplicate Bridge Lraaue plays came. Afr.s. Alex Curtis hostess to members of Kibitzer Club. At the Hospitals Blrthtfllk Hospital Dismissed. Mrs. E. M. McDonald, Luxors. Joe. Ward. city. Mrs. Glenn White, city. Mrs. B. J. Hoi-ell. Steel;. Wall! Hwpltal Mrs. Billy Magnet and baby. city. Mrs J. T. Jones. Osceola will remain with' them for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry While and daughters ot Memphis spent yesterday with Walter Webster. Mrs. E. K r . Webster and daughter of Durham. N. C.. arrived Saturday for a month's visit. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E Davis have been Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Lesher and son of Cor- pu* Chrlsti. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy James and son of Jackson. Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. lulus Davis und ohll. dren of Sikeston. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Smith and son of Lear.b- ville. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Smith of Holland. Misses Virginia and Emadel Swearengen. Doris Bean and Merry Nell Lane.were In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. John Lane « n rt daughter. Merry Nell, returned home Saturday from a 10-day va- caiton In Basalt. Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Bur* Nelson of Humbolt spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cain. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cleveland of St. Louis, have arrived to spend the week with ber parents. Mr. and Willard Bese and Mr. Bess. Miss Dotty Murray of Jonesboro spenl the week end with Miss Billie Sue Burks and Guy Burks. Miss .lean Saine was the week of Mr. and Mrs. R. l,. ' has reiurned 10 her home in Holly Grove, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pation an-! nouncR the birth of their second} child. » son, at Walls Hospital; Friday. He has been named Michael Dale. They have year-old son, Larry. Miss Yvonne Stanley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A: Stanley,"has re- iurned after spending several months vacation in Oakland. Calif., as ruest of Vier frandparems. Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Hisgins, and other relative Myra Jo Joiner of Orawfordsville arrived rhis morning to spend a week with Jan Mullins. and soot of the day are sudsed off. Your neck and arms must be refreshed, too. In preparation for the chatipe into fresh itnecrie and a ri-i te dress, L,o'£ of warm wafer for rin-ins. and a cold splash to close fKcial Members of (he School class of t.,,. Church met with Mrs & night. th'I'l 5 ' - M L Lewi - e Pf'^ided over the business meeting a/ n ^ M,. p,.. Crow Drew offered graver Ivlia Cordelia Wilhite led clr| !inB pra yer . . . arens. r. an Mrs. A. T. StrawbridR* and buby.j Mrs. Cain »nd her sister Mrs Route 2. ,.-.. , ;_J ing job. . i While you pay some quick atten- ! lion to your fingernails, eyebrows' and make-up, attend to ihe "top tl end of the grooming. Place your- five-1 make-up tools and n hand mirror: | on a nearby stool. Pit on the eri?e i I of the tub, scrub your feet wifhi soapsuds; then turn on the faucet j and let the. water rinse and rest ! toe . b ? au *-V ritual, but your feet. i Clean underthlngs and stockings 1 complete your sense of comfort and i ease. Don't patch yourself together j I before an eveninc date. Huild yourself Up with soap-anrt-wnter clean- I from the skin out. It may | have |o be a raplrtfire "top-and- The Brownson ime 120! West Ash Street WILL BE CLOSED AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 8 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFR1GIRATION LAST TIMES TODAY FBI SMASH SPY RW6 SS'in ••rr'.. their JI»T.' Pure \\-hitr' IVn Tr.e brW Poromount News Cartoon Novelty Reel l>v TViilr -•"> .~.p_rrovhfi fhr TT P: h r ~ f.vhrr, m =. r r: vi f ?_ tv i r P rr ,-<,•. n i\\ ff * 7- f- Open fi:,W p.m. Shntv Starls a , r) lls i( 2 s i, ows Every Nile C">:r = -nim'i Mr. c TV-inn;! ri'irt^p f<v riser of lur ri;;u' T i^rr ^ si IV a pinl; hni RITZ GUESTS Mrs. Bernice Allen Mr. & Mrs. Bill Fra?,ier & Family Mr. & Mrs. Robert Mcllaney & Family Mr. X Mrs. Sam .Inhns & Family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY m wsrc • ggmw WM[ • F««Y awa. PFOT iw Also Selected Short? Takrs a Onx \Vow "Sonus of Ih* Campus" RITZ GUESTS Mr. R Mrs. Homrr Nuonatly S Famil Mr. <«.- Mrs. .1. C. Waf.h & Familv ' Mr. A Mr?. 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