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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1952
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PAGE TOUX Society, Pat MuUina, Society Editor 9 BLYTHEVn,LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ewA Phone 4-161 Holds Meeting Mrs. P. B. jarrett nnd Mrs. Mary Scrapes were hostossrs to members of Women's Society of ehrlsthn Service- of Lake strict Methodist Church, when Mrs. Or'.rude. Holi- mnn became a new member. i The monthly prn:nnm meeting; »'as opened with a iirayer. offered by/Mrs. Minnie Vnnff A business• session was presided, over by Mrs.! Cecil Lllsk. who :il-o pave the de- "In Christ. There Is No Fast <.r West" was the son;- simp hv the Krosirj. Mr.s. C. M. Ru-tr-r 2as'e the? Invocation, and a .srrii/.tire was tak-' en from Revelation. Mrs. Lusk talked on the World Federation of. Methodist Women. i sram by Mrs. Bob Mi7A!n.,-rer, Mrs.' Blanche Buztiy, Mis, C, T. Chamlin. Mrs. Luck led the disniis?;il prayer, and the hostesses .served 'Consider Europe' "Studied by WMU (Mrs. Polsgrove Hostess to.YWA Mrs. Hubert Polssrrove was hostess Monday to members of Yoiini* Women's Association of Calvary Baptist Church for n business find program meetinp. The hostess led the'opening pray- was fnlio'.vcrt by a busi- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1952 Bits of News \ r.rogram. • ness session and the "Land of Our Fathers," M!FS Jiorna Fcmdron sjave tlie devotional and others takin<> parts were Miss Ltlcinda Cole. Miss Bonnie Webh. Miss Jean Norman, and Mrs. C. S. Birrrmit^inm, their leader. A sucst for the meeting was Miss the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Murray Hudson and daughter. Sherry Kay, left for Richmond. Calif., 10 visit two other daughters. I.ymia Hudson, and Mrs R' i for . Winters. They plan Coming Events Wednesday t Mrs, Robert I. -Thompson entertains members of CTB. \ \ Mrs. Charles Langscon is hostess to members of Club Eight. Thursilaj- Mrs. Floyd Rector is hostess i.o members of the Firielas Class of first Baptist church at her home isiness nnd socia) meeting, of OSCEOLA NEWS By Belt ye Nclle Slarr . absence and daughter Rose, is in — j , to stay scv- 1 La Nueve mets in the home era! weeks. • Mrs Clarence Webb t Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Metier an-' Blythevllle Duplicate Brirtqe i 9"™, Fer " ctir ' while 'another nounce the birth of a son Minday j League plays semi-weekly came i da ""' Uer p"'" 11 " returned home ; at Walls, Hospital. He Is their first! Friday ! Monday night alter two weeks in : child. Mrs. Metier Is the former I Mrs. D. V. Malock is visiting her Roy Dillard during the week mother, Mrs. j. M. Mealcs in Our- Miss Emily Hobbs, home econom- don. Ark, Mr. Malock and son. Jim- ics teacher, arrived this week for a mic, spent several days in Mam- visit in Osceola before she resumes moth Springs (luring Mis. Malock's' her teaching Miss Billie Jean Holmes. Garden Club Has Program Meeting Mrs. James Mizell entertains .Stitch and Chatter Club at hor Margaret jane is the name chos-! home at apartment 43B of chlcki- en by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Radcr.isa-.v Courts, at T30 p m [£ sth ^— C !V W :.:^° ™" "<"•" I'^ies Bible Class of First Mr.s. „ ... Osreola .. School. She will be at the home of Mrs. J. H. Hook lor the coining year. at Racier is the former T . . . ...... ..... ^. .-jn v>i,, ,-.T \j, A- (I a I. iVtl'Ul- Hospital, ort jst church has business and so- [cial meeting at church at 3 p.m. . Elsie ... M{lmht « °f 'he East Side Garden rl " h mcl lnsl ni=ht at tllp borne , i. Ir ^ J w - M al °ney. \Vith Mrs. A ° Pncst presirlini; over the bus" 10IS ?ession - sn ' i NIrs - Iverson Mor- pr<ttr " m - Mr. and Mrs Paul Abbott and! I daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl-;j, <rs 'ton Stiles and sons are vacationing " in Eureka Sprint's and Norfolk nnd Muskegon, Mich, She attended Christian Leadership Camp In i Michigan City. Betsy Owyn. three - month-old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe | Brown Gwjn. who was operated on I isk. Mrs. Joe Scruggs 'lie Wood. Alpha Delta Chapter of B e t ,1 Sisma Phi has family picnic at Mrs. J. W. Witinor and daughter ' Walk(>r Pnr >< at 6 p.m. Priscilla, of Portagcville. Mo, are Saturdn- visiting her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cotillion club has 9 p.m. dance Herbert Mullins. ; in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble, nc Mrs. Elza wheeler and Mr. and; Mr - ™d Mrs. R. A. Porter, Dr. and!—' "In the Garden" was the open-in?' Mrs - Monroe Besharse and .-on. i Mrs - w - T- Rainwater, Mr and Mrs. ' song which was follower! with pray- Mike, are spending today In Mem-j E - M - Hegenold. Mr. and Mrs. Phil by Mrs. j. w. Woolem. Mrs. • > >his - j Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. anri Mrs. Ambers Roy of Cov- R°»' are hosts and hostesses. imTton. Tenn.. "were the overnight Blytheville Duplicate Brld'e Kiiests last niQht of Mr. and Mrs. League plays weeklv afternon game Louis Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Roy " • '- B«me. enroiitc to Deerng. Mo., to visit, ro»-n wjn, wo was operated on in St. Josephs Hospital in Memphis | Open (i:30 p.m. Show Slarls a ( Dusk. 2 Shows Kvcry Nile '' home and is Improving. Capt. and Mrs. E. A. Hook of \ Memphis came up to Osceola to vote Tuesday. Miss Blanche Cleere is ill at her home from heat prostration she suffered ths first of the week. Jimmy Dillard of Lake Providence, La,, visited his.- mother, Mrs. LAST TIMES TON1TE •Dollar Nilcs! Rrirur H Carload For SI Morris talked on the origin and cul-1 tiv.ition of roses In a flower arrangement contest. Mrs. Priest won first place, and Mis. B. A. Bu','c on the pcrotui plrro. They received potted plants, a gift of the hostess. Monday, Aug. 18 Circle Six of the Hre.sbtycrian of New Liberty Wo- CUT WEnntN'G CAKE—Mr. and Mrs. Dale Winston Horton cut their wedding cake following (heir •! pm. marriage yesterday at the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Horton is lhe former, Miss Ann McLeod, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Damon McLeod. The couple will be at home In Forrest City after a wedding trip to Jama'.cn. Mary Ann McLeod, Dale W. Horton Exchange Vows at Baptist Church Miss Mary Ann McLeod, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Henry Damon McLeod became the bride of Dale Winston Horton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Horton of Forrest City, In a ceremony solemnized tit the First Baptist Church yesterday. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor, officiated in the presence of a large gathering of friends and relatives at four o'clock In the afternoon Wedding rite, were said before carried „ show.r bonnet of step- Three Circles men's Mission Baptist Church met In the homes . of members yesterdny for the monthly 'Consider Europe." . I Circle One with 12 members and j two guests, met in thp home of Mrs. , ,-, ,, I). C. pillow, Mrs. Vance Dlxon was! o6\V fl day in charge of the program. A Bible 1 was presented to Mrs. W. O'Neal.! who recently lost her home in ai fire. Mrs, Mnic-ilm Koonre was In charge of the program at the home of Mr.s. Clexton Eubank*, when 12 members and two visitors of Circle Two attended. Members of Circle Three went to the home of a shut-in, Mrs. Willam Franklin, to hni-e their meet- If you plan to wash your pillows in an auto;n.itic pashms: machine, be sure the seajns are tight and The ticking is suf'iciently strong to stanct agitation. If you are in douhc. cnclc^e the ticking case In a rcau- lur pillow rase and sew It shut he- fore wnshms. and | Church has 8 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. Doyle Truner. hostess, and Miss Lois Fields, co-hostess. k . rNGGaGQ round of greenery and princess baskets of white stock, interspersed with white candelabra holding white cathedral candles. The family pews were marked with nosegays of white satin and mallne and the bride's aisle was laid with white. A wrought iron prle dleu. on which th« couple knelt, was white B'atln. overlaid, with Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist, and Miss Jo Ann Trleschmann, vocalist, presented a program ol nuptial music. Mrs. Smart's selections were "Cantilena Nuptial" by Du- Blos, "Sonatina" by Rogers, "Ln Screnata" by Braga. "Eslrellita" by Kohtmann, and Wagner's and Mendelssohn's xveddlng marches. Miss Trieschmann sang "At Dawning" by Cariman, "Thru The Years" by Youmans and M$- lotte's arrangement-of "The Lord's Prayer." She was dressed In a ballerina length gown of orchid net over taffeta, and a pink carnation wristlet. Mrs. Smart wore a blue silk shantung dress and pinned pink carnations at her waist. Preceding the bride down the aisle was the matron of honor, Mrs. J. L, Westbrook. Jr., who was dressed In a strapless ballerina length gown of orchid embroidered net over layers of matching net. Her large picture hat. stole, and mitts were of matching embroidered net. She carried Better- "x,ui|llm Ol Kit carried a shower bouquet of ste- phanotls and white orchids arranged in a crescent shape. Earl Norton served his son as best man, and (he ushers were ,T^. C ?' 8co " of Smackovcr. Tom Wilkinson of Memphis, James Turner of Forrest City, and E. B. Gee f f - For her daughter's wcddine. Mrs. McLeod wore a dress of beige lace with navy blue Access™ ics and a corsage of purple orchids, Mrs. Horton, mother of the groom, chose a dress of pale blue lace ivifh white accessories ami n purple orchid corsage. Heccpllon Follows Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. McLeod entertained at n reception in the Mirror Room of tlio Hotel Nobel. The organdy nnd net covered Inble, held a tiered wedding cake, flanked by silver candelabra holding white candles. The reception room was decoriued with w h i t c stock and greenery. Assisting the host nnd hostess were Mrs. Herman C.irvlll of Helena and Miss Nancy Jo Murray of Wynne. Mrs. Bill Nunnalec of Memphis. Miss Ramona Crnfton, Miss Roberta Brncey. and Miss Belty Holland. Miss Gay Garriuan presided over (he briclc'r, book. Out-of-town guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomas, Sr.. of Palestine, Ark., Mrs. S. A. Devereux. Lee B. Horton, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Horton. Miss Mildred Horton. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Turner Mr. and Mrs. w. W. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. William Cnhbs, Mr limes roses and orchid _ ..... mums. 1'astcls Worn hy Attendants Miss Pat Regan and Miss Shir-, *• ...10. ivmi.nn v,niiu,s, Mr. ley Jean King, bridesmaids, were and Mrs. Forrest Riffv. Mr. and attired In ensembles identical to! Mrs. Clyde Horton. and'Mr. and that of the matron of honor with | Mrs. Douglas Trapp nil of Forres lhe exception-of the oilor. Miss City; Mr.' and Mrs. James Robert Regan dressed in aqua and Miss'son. Brown Robertson, Mr. nnc King, in pink. j Mrs, Clarence Forbes. Mr. a n c- The bride, given in marriage by j Mrs. O. J. Murray, Mrs. Hubert her father, wore an ankle length j Webb. Mr. and " Mrs. Darnel gown of white Chantilly lace over i Hampton, all of Wvutip- Mr anci gleaming bridal satin, fashioned i Mrs. Dana Sulcer of Marion, nnd with a scalloped nerkhne and hem- i Mr. and Mis. Herman Carvitl line. The yoke was of illusion and ! Helena.. her long sleeves ended in nainly | Mr. and Mrs. Hortnn left [ o i petal points over the hands. ,v a wedding (rip to Jamira. where fingertip veil of niiiftrm w.« they will be at tlie Tower Me Ho ng, lhe , and Mrs. Elmer Holmes gave program. Ten members nnd four guests attended. A social hour lolloped each of :hese programs. In which refreshments were served, Baptist WMU Meets at Church A monthly business and Royal Service program ',vas conducted, by- members of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church at the church Monday. j Meetim; oppned with watchword' anrt hymn of the year, after which [ Mr. Dick Melton offered a prayer.- Mr.s. Ted King presided over a bus- j iness - session and Mrs. C. W. Af- | rfe^lwl the program, "Consider j i-onp,: 1 which was begun with prayer by Mrs. H. H. Brooks. [ Mrs. Afflick had members of the ' Sunbeams on her program and they were accompanied by their leaders.' Mrs. Joe Atkins, nnci Mrs. Jim Edwards. Mrs. W, M. Williams gave the devotional, Mrs. F., C. Brown led pray- i er, and the group sang "Blest Be The Tie" as closing hymn. her brother and family, Mr. Mrs. Charley Lawson. naniel Paul McLean, of Memphis is visitini; his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs, D, C. McLean. i L , n . ,_ Ted Howscr ha.s been dismissed : (Via K6 rlOHS TOT from Kennedy General Hospital in Memphis, and will arrive home today. R. E, Davis, who Is critically 111 in the Memphis Baptist Hospital, Is reported to be somewhat improved. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. J. A. , Bryant. Mrs, Jewel Smith and I daughter, Kay Smith, were in Memi nhis yesterday as guests of Mrs. I N'ev Hunt. middle of the night, the cubes of course, will have melted, but the remaining water is bound to be cooling. And as further encouragement to get you up and out of bed when _ the alarm rings, think of that de- j lictous shower just waiting for you. Bv ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor So you hate to get up In the morning — especially after a hot. sleepless night. Well, since von have little, choice in the matter,"here are a few bedtime pointers which may -.' ..«,i.. | make the prospect of arising a Ht- Mr. anri Mrs. Johnny While an- tie pleasanfer. nounce the birth of their second daughter, this morning at Can .you possibly resist" such temptation? The tnll men In your household who complain the top sheet either ueinds their feet or slips out so that feet are uncovered, will welcome a new roomy top sheet. Two boxed corners slip over the foot of the mattress hold the sheet secure. An expansion fold for foot room lies flat when the bed is made, but expands for plenty of kick-room while you sleep. Cartoon & Comedy THURSDAY & FRIDAY OOUGLAS-PARKER-BENDIX * WILLIAM WYLEKS Detective Stciiy' A Paramount Pictuie Also Carloon & Comedy First, be sure you have a good, bed. A mattress that is l, « v , . ess a s odist Hospital in Memphis. ; fuil of lumps and bumps can get have another daughter, Grace, anybody's day off to a bad start R h u° 1°™" M15S Ycllr "•""res* and sprlnz should be RoseborouEh of Senatobia. level and resilient so that you can ""P 16 ' 6 ^ 1 reiax in any position. t S«mmer. temperatures be.n, what ."f, 5 " "Jn , H ' " ROO "J dca «" k «P 'v h en ' voi"™^ "t ^^ yC \tt. in „. i = . u ter M o\ S M 'and ^'"H"^' S^ engen left vesterdav to make her home in Memphis, \vhere she wfl! be employed by the First National [_,„..„._,; ...,,, th .. , ~:" -;•-•• Bank morning, pull the linen taut so that Mr.' and,Mrs, Hunter W. Hnehes! not a wrinkle is vlsible ' .have returned from Union City,!. J " st hef ore you are ready to get ! Tenn.. where they visited relatives, i into bccl ' s P™kle the sheets with a ' nnd Kenton. Tenn.. where they vis- ^"Stnnt, cooling dusting powder. If ited Mrs. Hughes' father. Walter you can ita '' d " P»lo«', fotich a few Mullins. They were accomoaniert. 1 dr °P s of cologne to the case, home by Mrs. Ed Reeder of Union! • It Is wise, too. to place a bowl of City (or several days. I ice cubes on a table next to the bed. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Abclou have as j Pour some witch hazel over the their ?ue5t for the week. Tommy cubes and keep a large white hand- Shahee of Birminoham. Ala. " ' " Mrs. Woorirnw Hardv slid , (er. Donna. Mrs. P. H. Austin .,-„ MildredA ustin and Betty Mongom- 8859 D-20 By Sue Burnett kerchief in the bowl. Then, until you fall asleep, apply the handkerchief to your forehead. „ ., —•••• L : "-•-.• ...»..*...••- and see how refreshed it makes you £,«£,. Vf' 1St ,'V n "««. Herbert] feel. Shoulrt you wake up in the Forshpe left today for Houston, Miss., to be the guests of relatives for several days. Marriage Licenses The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license in the office of the County Court Clerk. Mrs. Elizabeth Blytiic Parker: Norman Forsbers and Miss Elizabeth I,oii<>. both of Chicago. III. tel. Mrs. Horton was attired In a brown nnd white linen suit with n^ ancl brown acoc->sorie.s. At her shoulder, she pinned a corsn^p of while orchids. Tlir c-ouplr will be at home in Citv. You have not only one outfit but three—when you sew this youthful, simply styled Jumper. Team it with a brichc blouse- wear it as a ;rock for gala occasions; it's ideal for a sun dress. Pattern Xo. 88SD Is a sow-rite perforated pattern in .sites 11. 12. 13, H. 16. is. 20. Size 12, jumper. 3\ yards ol 39-inch; blouse. 2'', yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COIN'S, your name, address size desired .and the PATTERN' NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 315 Quincy St., Chicago fi. III. Henrly for you now—BaMr FASHION for '52. Fall and Winter This new issue is filled with ideis for I sin.Trf, practical sewing for a new! >ea-on: pit: pattern printed inside j the book. 2Sc. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Linda Sue Green. City Terry Jones, City C. R. Kelly. City Mrs. C. W. Spears and baby Osceila Mrs. John Strarner. Osceila Walls Hospital Dismlsesd: Jamr.s Rowlptt. Manila Mrs. J. L. Fulgham and babv. City Mrs. Lloyd Roberts and baby. City Mrs. Bob Stovall. Rt. I Mrs. Wilhrrl Ash. City Mrs. C. E. Fowler and baby, City Set more Economy with St.Joseph . . JK 4» •*••«••.• ^ -BUY 100 TABLETS, 490 Plan Now To Attend E. C. "TOOK" GATHINGS APPRECIATION DAY B g arbecu Wednesday, August 20tti WALKER PARK Starts at 6:30 p.m. See & Hear SLIM RHODES SPECK and ALL THE BOYS Tickers Now on Sale at OWENS DRUG AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION WED.-THURS.-FRI. M-G-M's AtL-STAR_MUSjCAU Sot to Jerome Kern's greatest love songs] Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Adniissum <)c & 3(lc At All Times \\ KO.-THURS. 1'al Nilcs REDSKELTON^ HOWARD KEE . .... !';nanioiml News. Cartoon RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Hti!;h Gentry Mr. & .Mrs. ..lames Ur;il A- Mr. & Mrs. William Yotinir Mr. & Mrs. Calvin ASPIRIN Southeast Missouri FARMS FOR SALE 861 acres In New >Jadrid County, Missouri, on concrete highway, wllh one 5 room modern concrete block residence and six tenant houses. This is Cypress sandy loam Little River land and ts one of the most fertile farms In Southeast Missouri and Is well drained. 300 acres of cotton will make 450 balej this year, balance In beans will make 30 to 10 bushels per acre. This will make a wonderful farm for a large fanner or an exceptionally good buy for an investment. You will have to see this farm*'to appreciate It. We have other good farms listed for sale. For further Information see A. T. EARLS REAL ESTATE & LOAN CO. Hayti, Mo. Phone 555 __ r\ i i I i FAMILY SHOE STORE W. 1= Phone RARE REPTILES designed by ma term FLEMING ' fj Shoes of arlislry and beauty crafled in enduringly handsome genuine alligator ond alligalor lizard. - Allijralnr Lizard or Alligator MIRACLt

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