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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 11, 1952
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FOUR" BL7THEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1952 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 : Bits of News | I HoAU-ij j^crsonal \ Mr. and Mr*. E, G. Snipr-s and sons, Tipton and Gnry, of Monroe, -a., are visitinj* her mother, Mrs. K. L, Chambers, MiiWJ joyncHfi Frarsrin of Houston, MI.S.S,, has rpturncd home after pending M! viral <lay.s with Miss Marian May PS, fr'rod Stevenson ha* hern removed to his home from the Bipli-.t, Hospital a (lor having imams one sur- other children, Horace Wnynn, 10, f Barbara Sue, 8, Tony Eugene 7,'and 1 Sandra Jx^e, 6. • Mrs. Lily Risk, Mrs. H. N. Swear-1 enpfin, fir, and Miss Virginia Sweftr- enqen were in Memphis with tire family of. J. F. Livingston. While therf? Mrs. Sue;irr>;:E.'en and dati^Ji- lor Virginia visaed Mr. Sv.-e.aren- een's sister, Mrs. Claude B. oi]- mnn*, who is a ;iatie.nL in the Hip- tist Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Osr=ir FendJe.r were 1 in Memphis yesterday to meet, thrjr [ snn. Chip Wright. who has been r In Camp Le Conte at G:ulin<*burK ; Tenn. ; Mr. and Mrs. Jr>p Trfrschtnann ; and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Farr sppr.t thft v.i-rk end in Sf. Louis. White i there, they attended "NVtiity Mar! ietla" at St, Louis Municipal Opera. I Jimmy Ha]! irtut nod yr.sterdav | by plan* 1 from Aii»u?t.R f On., wh^r** I he had spent the past pisht, wt^s ' with his father, n. L. Hall, He -AMS i n Memphis yf-sr^rday by his inrnnrr, Mrs. Josephine Ha]]. Mr. and Mrs. Burks Barker find Mr. and Mrs. Punier Norman are home after an oif?ht-rJny (rip to thr Smoky Mountains. They also VIM?ed the Chrrnkc-e Reservation in l/xlny ;or I'mr lUuff : jV °J'} h Carolina. Annella Humphrey's has home from University of spending this : Mi-Aissiprit, where = hr- spent the 1 and attended a Sigma Al- Mrs. C. L. Me \Vr.fpr.s, Jr., and daughters, Mar caret and Mary Alice, vi ho to be the quests of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Wroten, will visit Anitn W rot en Mr\Vn!ers, whn wnr-k in FerneliTf. Mr. and Mrs, James OanR, Sr, P^ ft Ep^Unn Fiaternily rush party (and sons, Kenneth and Gerald hnvr ; Mrs, E. M. Ayrrs returned ho:n returned to their home in Windsor,' !f > Os.rrota after ?p<:nrline the wcr Ontario. Canada after spending a j end -.vir.h Mrs. C. A- Hovey. week as sup.sts nf their daughter, Airs. Dun J. Warrlncton. Mrs. Wesley Morrison of San Francisco. Calif., hits returned home er spending a mnnth with her son, Ohio Morrison ,n nd family (,f Dell. She alfio visited friends and relatives. Fit For a Princess LzsgSjSSiili __ _ _ WEI) AT FIHST AIF.TIIODIST CllliHUli— Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Marion Glasrock exchane^rf nuptial voss's at ibe Flr5t MPthotJist chnrrh Saturdaj r with the Rev. Bob Mc.Master, offlriaUi^s at the double ring ceremony. The bride Ls the former Miss Jerry Jo Le'.vis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ray I>\vis. mltls were wrist length and mad* I nf the srsme embroidery as that 1 in her redint;otc. I Atop the white satin BiblP she carried, was a pin e white orchid i surrounded by shattered white car- i nations, filing in with white malin Tn a double-rinp ceremony per-J and white accessories; the orpanist puffs and white satin streamers. tied with French knots, and hold- Lewis-Glascock Exchange of. Vows Is Conducted at Methodist Church tnken 'o Hospital, F, R. F,. Davis lias i Memphis lo ihe /Vipti-' i HP is on Floor fi. rnnm 4 I Mr. and Mrs. Charles ! the birth of a sim nr • Walls Hospital August, 1. Ho hn~ ; heen named Charles Farrow, II. „ , , i Mrs, Cro-.vp is the former Miss Bnr- Wlniam Farrimond will attend! barfi Ynihro rKI.KHKATE GUI.DRX ANMYKKSARY — Mr, and Mrs. J. W. .Sramr-s who make theii home at 2205 Carolyn, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Quietly yesterday. Married in Tennc.^ef, the couple- ha-s marie iheir home hcrr for (he past 4-4 yc.-irs. Tli^y have rieht chikirtu, 20 pnmdrhildron, and 11 great grandchildren. Mrs. Starncs is fi5 and he is 1.V business meeting in Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Jnc Reed of Mllwau- Mr<; JimmV Simmnnc; !c HnnnrPrH on Thursday. Friday and Saturday.. kflf> wjs forrnrr [ vot RKthP'-iUp ' JI ' II ''I/ JlllirilUlIb I b nUnUlcU Mrs. William Davis and children i ...-J, „,,„-!.. nt \,,.~ ~,,H -\TY-~ c- « D f * I VA/'il n i ' II ThomS"and /dend* \^V rnends With Parties Here a week's visit wiih her parents, Mr. nntl Mi.s. B. E. Dnimu riehl. I Mrs. Tonimie West brook left Insf I Iilffhf. for Fort Smith where she will | Join her husband Cpl. West brook I sometime today, Cpl We.stbiook ar-! ', Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lewis. Mi.s. M. W. Lewis, nnd t'ro Robert Cox family, for (he week end hnvo been .John \Ve5ley and s Cox of Mrmnhis. \Tr. find p?i ties \vrre civen fnr Mrs, ; Corn Anderson, mnhhrr of the hon- 8864 3.J-48 By Sue Burnett And so easy to sew. for bestnner and exprrf. Princess lines present a smooth fluid line from shoulder to Coming Events Monday Circle Five of the First Presbyterian Church hns 3 p.m. meeting with Mrs, Eddie Saiiha. wi(h Mrs, Gene Bradley, ro-ho-lcss. Tuesday V a r b r o Home Drmonstration club has semi-monthly meeUne. Country Club Duplicate Bridga League plays weekly game. We tl n esd a y Mr*. Robert I. Thompson entertains members nf CHS. Mrs, Charles La nest mi is hostess to memhrrs of Club E'cht.. Do 2 u 1 nod Home Demonstration Club has 2:30 p.m. meeting at their club. Thursday La NuevR mets in the home of Mrs, Clarence Webb. Blyl heville Duplicate Bridge League plays scml-wrokly game. Friday Ladies Bible Class .of First Methodist Church has business and social meeting at church nt 3 p.m. Hostesses arc Mrs. A. C. HaJp.v. Mrs, Elsie Fi^k. Mrs. Joe Scniggs and Mrs. Belle Wood. Saturday Cotillion Chib has !) p.m. dance in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Porter. Dr. and Mrs. \v. T. Rainwater. Mr and Mrs. E. M. Rpgenold, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson ami Mr. n nd Mvs. Jnrnf? Roy are hosts and;. Blytheville D 11 p l.i r a t c Rridse League plays weekly afternon game. Monday. Aug. 18 Circle Six of the Hrcsbtyerlan Church hns 8 p.m. meeting at the .Jiminy SimmotiR this wrr>k end. a ' nice, ai\d Mrs. Sam '•hower Friday night and a break- ! mother of Mr. Simmnns. fnst Saturday. I Mr?. Simmons, the former Simmons, [ lo sue Quincy hem. save time and effort with no i home of Mrs, Doyle Truner. hostess! belt to worry with. Note the clever and Miss Lois Fields, co-hostess, npckline, the twin pockets. Pattern No. 8364 is a sew-rite per- foraied pfittorn in .sizes S4, 3B, 38, 40. 42, 44. 46, 48. Size 36, 5te yards of 30-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COIN'S, your name, address, size desired .and the PATTERN NUMBER | Open fi;30 p.m. Sfmw Starts ri«d"Tn\s7;m;rw^:^; j ;;^ Ami^'n. ^^^^ n ^: Powder Disc Is after spcnriln B 13 months In Korea.1" f B«Hon. Tenn Mr. «nd -Mrs. Joe MrSi ' Coril A]lt)firsnn> fs a recen t ' A dauchter was born to Mr. and i c ' 0>: o! Hol 'V ^prints. Miss,, and brif ) p Mrs. W. H. O'nannon Saturday nt their home. She has ber.n named Melis.s;, CiTristine- They have four Jack Cox of Flint, Mich., ',vho also visited Mrs, Cox's parent'-. Mr. find Mrs. Will Morsnn nf Dell. Tho?e attending tho funeral of Mrs. John Blythe included Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Blythe. Mrs, M. F. Keathly. Cnrmen Kenthly, Mr.«. C. H. GrCRory. O. T. Williams, Mr. t>nrt Mrs. C. L. Blythe. Mrs. Ruby Great Help In Removing Hair ing white cnrnntlnns. formed at the First Methodist [ %'ore a navy blue anri white print- Church Saturday, Miss Jerry Jo j cd silk dress with white>r- Lewfs and John Marion Gla.scockj les. Each was given a rorsace of j hny Swiney served were married at .8:30 in the morn- j pink fviriifttionx, for her Alirxilder. i and ushers inrlurieri Tommy Hnr- ln E- Serving Mrs. Gb.scock as mairtirison. and Thomas Prince The Rev, Bob McMaster. pastnrjof honor anri only feminine attend-1 Mrs Iruls wore for the rnar of t_ th v* "J; ake StrfiCt Mc thodLst,aTiL, was Miss nena Bailey, who ri^e nf her dauchter. n hlan nvlon Church, officiated before members j wore a dress of street length rip- ' of the family and clo^e friends' signed i« orchid orcrancly. The Mrs. Glascbck Is the dniiffhter nf j bouffant skirt was worn over Mr. and Mrs, Chester Ray Lewis, | criiToline and the horiice. whirli was Mrs. Robert I. Thompson wns hostess Friday with linen ^howr-r at her home, v.'hich was decorated u'irh a yeliou' color scheme. For the occa.'ion, Mrs. Simmons Rv ALICTA HART wore on orchid linnn drrss with! NEA Reauty Editor black accessories, nnd was tjiven a J Superfluous facial hair is often corsaqie of yellow carnations. ! a beauty problem for the miririle- Ypllow was carried our in wrap- ' ared womnn. Its appearance is us- Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd • pj n ^_, the content prices which were "ally sudden and for no apparent Batiph. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd DnVall.'won by Mrs. Prontlps Holder. Miss I reason, and Mrs. July Pullem. all of M"m-'. Gen Avis. Miss Virginia, Holland/ phis; Mrs, MiMie Boyd of Dexter,: Mrs. Hndley Hays Tf you are In a state of confusion as to whnt to do about embarrass- Ready for you now — Bafvio FASHION for '52, Fall and Winter. This new issue is filled with Ideas for smart, practiral srwinjr for a new sea.* on; gin pattern printed inside the book. 25c. 1 • ^- 2 Shows Every Lighting the tapers were M 1 ss Glcnda Lewis, a sister of the bride, and Miss Clrda Posey, con.sin of and Mr. Glascork is Ihe son of Mr. tightly mouMod. featured an off- and Mrs. Sntnuet Lawrence Glas- thr-Phottldpr nrckline She wore an cock. ! orchid hat urn! orchid accessor it*. Forming the background for the j Mlss Bailey Cfirrlrd a shower bou- n'erirlJng party were white fJoor bns- ] °I UpL nf vnnria orchids nnrl Invcn- keU filled with white rosrs and! rlElr RlftdlotS Hortilcts. greenery, backed by a row of white cathedral tapers In wrought iron candelabra, which were entwined •with greenery. Satin puffs marked family pews. Mr;. R. H. Jayroe, orpanist. andj that of the maid of linnor. Their Mrs. James D. Jeffcrics, voc-alLst-, j accessories were in white, and tries- presented a program of nuptial mu.t-'! pinned pink carnations at the wnht- ic Mrs. jnfferles sang "With This I line. Ring I Then Wed" nnrt Malotte's | The bride, Riven in marrince bv "Tlic Lord's Prayer," Mrs, Jayroe j her father, chose for her ivrddin^, played Lohengrin's and MendoLs-! a white e la zed pique shenth dress sohn's wedriitig marches, nnd soft • with a very full rimriar skirl. The selections during the exchange of:slicath v,ns topped with n redinpotn vows. | of imported eyelet embroidery^ A The vocalist dressed In a navy I fitted nylon mesh rlophc, sprinkled blue, frock touched with white lace I with pearls, was worn, and her Mo.; Mr. end Mrs. D. R. Malin of For displaying the gift-, best m a n i Benlon. Ky.: Mrs. Malin and Mrs.' Thompson u>cd. an umbreilr. ar-cn- Clara Chapman of Donovan. Mo.; rated with yrilow ruffles, anri cen- Mr. and Mrs. H. K, Vanhooser of; tered the tnhle with a crystal bowl to whis!-: away unsightly hairs sale-i c —" Jone.iboro; Mr. and Mrs;. Frank' nf yellow zinnias. ly and easily. Grerr nf Holly Springs. Mis?,, and j Favors were yellow, and ii\ the white accessories. The' M*$- Floyd Taylor of El Ccntro,; ries?ert course, served after the ' Calif. | honoree had oppned her (rift?, Amon:* Blythrville cirl? who ,-ire i motif was further usod. attending Girl's Auxiliary Camp at i Mf.^es Knfherine. Wesibrnok. Rri>- I At the Hospitals Blrihcville Hn^pllal Dismissed: Mrs. Lowell German and baby, Holland. Mrs Calvin Srpe-s. city. AUred Bell. Manila. Boyd Booker, city. Mrs. Milton Copelnnd and baby, dress «ith mother of the Rrnom wore a jy aucl w'hite summer sheer frnrk \viih whirp accessories- Each pinned a ine fuzz, here is news of utmost importance. There is a pink, powdery disc on the market that, promises • c:ty Walls Hospital The special formula disc is an' Disi"t«ed: abrasive — but such a gentle one j Mrs - Charles Phillips and baby. rorsace. of white carnations at hei ; Ferhcliff, near Little Rork. : ana Cleveland, and the ' that, there is no rianser of irritation I cU ^'from it, U^R a feather-like touch! Mr: anri a circular motion. shniildpr. ; week, arc Becky UUe.y. Linda Dmer., J Jimmy I Helen Pearson, city. Mrs, J. Max Walters and baby, up the disc before, usinc it!" The rpception, which followed, wasj Linda Tricschrnann. Sully ,lo Kelly, I breakfast and kitchen shower Sat- helri in the rhurch dinine rnom, | Susie McV/Pters. Martha Lre Hare., which was dccorafed with baskets! Judy Rcsan. anri Bnrbara Gurnnw, i morning jit the 1 Rustic Inn rite R - as a mixed I "at inter-! who will be there for one week Mrs. 1 1>rnit l llpt nf P ns 'fl flowers and the the. brides table i p. F, Utlcv and Mrs. O. L. McWa- | honorce • tieved cake topped with i fP1 . K mntorert them over. I glaniellas. given a corsage of wuh the emery board provided for i your emery board and loosen more ,. hp p i, r p 0 j; C . It j s tri e fine little pow- | powder particles. Then BO after the rier particle. 1 ' "roughened up" by (he: remaining superfluous hair. emery hoard which do the Jrb with I LAST TIMES TONITE First Showing in Blylhevills M-G M presents TNI RiDBADGE COURAGE Also Shnrls: Ahou Ben Boogi« Scentimental Romeo Baby Sitters Jitters TUES.-WED. Dollar Nitesl Bring a Carload For $1 such pentln ease. GO over baked enamel furniture When yon have erased (he hairs j weekly with a mild solution of soap thi-s rirv-methnd way frnrn one spot i and water, and then polish with a a bnde and groom miniature. White.! M, S . " Earl Lmvrv nnt} Children! For thp occasion, Mr.. Simmon* | on ' vo;]r facp dean off the disc with i Wt r tnners «;«? in crx-«:tnl r-'inrfolitn-M • ». ^ , — _\. ^-j _. -. , , ' <vnro a nmx*ri«»r hlup <;ppT«ir!rpr ' ^i^-n, n K.H | ..^^i, L< fK K -^ T-U ui i A11 s - tLtiri i-'J'^i * iiiiu riiiniffn , nw*nH H U i° r hi pmk tnpws wt in crystal cnnrtclahra : Mfirv G race and Bob Ert ol Natchez ! worc organdy dresses, fashioned 1 i k e burned on each siide of the cnke ; fill ;M)eni ve?t,")-day Joue5'noro i ! with Mrs. B. Stmctt. and Mr. and t . , , Misv. arc spendin? The week with Awistm* wmi the spri-inp were j h o|hpr ' Mrs L E _ R i c(rinv ThPV Mrs. \V. Marion Wilhams, Mr.-. Gcmpe WIBRS. Miss Patsy Pope, M Shirley Posry. »nd Mis,' Alm» Cni,,., M] . ]on „„,„„,. „,„, (nnlj , n-ho prosu!od nt the bnrlc s hook, t . _ OiK-of-tmvn Bursts HTrc Mr. and Mrs. Ortis Pofpy auci family of Firstman. Ala Upon their return from dim tri|i In tilt- O?,lik Mmuitniiif. powder blue seersucker dress with dark blue trim. Among c nests there were Mr5. cUy. Jntie Alien, city. ,. DIDN'T . . . until my neighbor told me thai the best 'place to find terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now! I always read them! AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SEE IT! T R Y I J I BUY I T I SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY LAST TIMES TODAY -PLUS— Paramount News St Selected Shorts -Seri.-il: uni;; 1 "I tlie Con!;i) X- Cnrtdim R1TZ GUESTS Mr?. <;:i;rp Clark « Mr. & Mrs. New Inn \Yliitis ® Mr. & .Mr.= . Speck llvnck Mr. & .Mrs. Virgil SViuncyfel! TUESDAY ONLY Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified advertising payable in advance. pWi\\ii^BB?gf •••' knurls: Cat tV I .ansjli a Dav -YTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ;|- j i'l.ilii 1 '' 1 : RITZ GUESTS Mr. A- .Mrs. (J. I.. Mnir Mr. & Mrs. Sitlncj I'lall Mr. & Mrs. l)nn:ili) Knmsry Mr. X Mrs. H. I). I.ovolntlv Cnrlonn & Comedy •••••••••••••••••••••••t eatre AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 3()c At All Times LAS! TIMES TONITE TOTAL CASH K4 FRIGE 2 YEAR V/riiicn Gunrantce CQMPLSTl WITH 9 ATTACHMENTS Rebuilt With CflPlTOL Parts "A Tool For Every Gleaning Use" LIMITED O I? D F U Mi O W QUANTITY V* SV fc* E I*. 5^1 \^ V¥ WRITE FOR ^ ee HOME DEMONSTRATION NEXT WEEK 1426 UNION AVE. MEMPHIS, TENN. Will out cbligollon. I went a FRtt Hcme DrmonitruTlon ol you Fully suoranlecd SEEU1U IUCTJOHIX NfXT VVIfK. NAMf ADDRESS PHONE No._ CITY . STATE.. II R.r.D. Addreit, Plcoie Sond 5petl(l« Oiredloni SUD C05TELLO MA1IK* CA101 RAYE BRUCE WUIAMEHRGJN OiCKFOMH Also Metro News UES.-m^^ I>nl Xilcs VICTOR HUGO'S HUNCHBACK 'He tiiM-cr il'd Mid-South" —IM.l S- ff t mm mm McUt I Also Cnrlnnn

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