The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1954 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 12, 1954
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS M»M Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Society News llorv. SftfMPt.v Tvriifnr f Phone 3-4461 MONDAY, JULY 13, 19S4 MARRIED — Mr. and Mrs. Charlie William Belknap are shown cutting their cake at the reception immediately following their marriage at the First Baptist Church, Saturday morning. Mrs. Belknap is Bits of News Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Clyde Patton was hostess to the Vendredi Bridge Club Friday night at the Razorback. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. *E1- l mer Clark, high, Mrs. Sanford Tomlinson, second high, and Mrs. Bob Metcalfe, bridge. At the conclusion of the games, the hostess served a dessert course. the former Miss Patsy Kuth Bartholomew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Curtis Bartholomew. Belknap-Bartholomew Rites Soleiiiiiized at Baptist Church In a double ring ceremony solemnized at. 10 a.m. at the First Baptist Church Saturday morning, Miss Patsy Ruth Bartholomew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Curtis Bartholomew, became the bride of Charlie William Belknap. son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 0. Belknap, The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of white tapers in\silver candelabra the church, officiated at the cere-1 centered the table. Mrs. O. W. McCuthen, Mrs. Georgia Bailey, Mrs. Audreanelle Freeman. Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Af- flzck and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson were in Memphis last night to attend the winners Bridge Toura- ment at Hotel Peabody. Mrs. John Ellen Kromas and infant son, William Allen, left this morning for Key West, Fla,. to join their husband and father who is serving aboard the submarine, USS Threadsin. They expect to remain _. . . until November, when Seaman Kro- | Dlsmissea: mas will be discharged. Mrs. Kromas, the former Miss Ruby Henson has been visiting her parents, Mr. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Ira Deeds, Manila Ima Jenkins, city Mrs. Wajiie Be.nnett and baby, city Leothia Robinson, city ChickaMwba Hospital and Mrs. D. Henson the past two; city- Baby Edward Baughn, city Emiinda Juarz, city Mrs. James England and baby, mony. , White gladioli interspersed with greenery in white wicker baskets tied with white satin bows and •white candelabra formed the background where the wedding party stood. Music for the wedding was provided by Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist, and Mrs. Harold A. Davis, soloist. Mrs. Smart's selections included the. traditional wedding inarches and Mrs. Davis' selections were "Through The Years" and "The Lord's Prayer." Those assisting at tne reception months. Mrs. Robert Holmes sons, Jimmy and Eddie of Killen. Texas, are vis- tiing relatives and friends here for the next two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Treece are the parents of a son born last night at the Chickasawba. Hospital. The baby, who has been named Michael, has a brother, Bobby David, and a sister, Sandra Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight C. Jacoby and children of -Morenci, Ariz., are visiting Mrs. Jacoby's parents..' Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson. Mrs! Jacoby, the former Miss Sarah Johnson taught school here several fears. Mrs. Alma McNeill will enter the Memphis Baptist Hospital tomorrow where she will undergo major surgery on both eyes. She will be confined to _ the hospital several days. Mrs. R. L. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Jacoby and children have returned from Ethel, Miss., where they visited relatives. (Sonny; Lloyd Mayfield is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis, -His condition is reported to be improved. He is in room 352. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd Walls Hospital Mrs. Charles Crews, city- were Miss Doughtery, Mrs= Peter-! have Burned home. son, Mrs. J. T. Westbrook and Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Miss Mayes presided at the guest book and wore a blue net and taffeta formal. Mrs. Davis provided music throughout the reception. Those assisting at the reception were given white carnation corsages. Following the reception the couple left on a wedding trip to Arkadelphia, where they will attend school. Mrs. Belknap wore a brown linen dress with white accessories Miss Marian Mayes recited the an d pinned the orchid from her poem "Grow Old Along With Me," Bible at her shoulder, by Browning. ' j Out-of-town guests-were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Parks and daughter. Mary, have returned to their home in Caldwell, Mo... after visiting Mrs. Parks' parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnson. Miss Barbara Monaghan has returned from Louisville, Ky.. where she was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Leland Chatham. Mrs. F. D. Underwood, who has been a patient in a hospital in Memphis, is now at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Her Sister Maid of Honor Mrs. Henry Ba tholomew of Sikes- Miss Martha Jane Bartholomew. | ton, Mr.; Mr. and Mrs. Odell Hols- sist-er of the bride, served as maid claw, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Poe, -of honor. She was gowned in a bal- Neldean Poe. Georgia Poe and lerina length blue organdy formal! Mrs. Albnza Freeman of Manila: and pinned a white carnation cor- Betty Presley of Como, Miss., and sage, at her shoulder. The tapers were lighted by Mrs. Edward Peterson and Miss Marilyn Doughtery, who were gowned in ballerina length blue net over blue taffeta formals and wore white carnations in their hair. The bride, who was given in mar- Mary Jim Russ of Steele, Mo. Coming Events tn HO anged Miss Dorothy Ann Langely is spending the week in Tupelo, Miss., visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Langley. Marriage Licmses Monday Wesleyan service Guild of First} Manila. byTeV'fTtherT wore" a" gown 1 Methodist Church meets at 7:30 p.m. with a white lace bodice, peter pan ' Miss Delsle Stewart and Mrs. Wilbur O * The following couple have re- cived marriage licenses from the county clerk's office: Leon Mouradian rest. 111., and Clara Jean Hicks of; ~ SPECIAL CARE — Wind and salt spray, wonderful as they are for the spirit, tend to dry the skin and scalp. So. if you're sea- bound this vacation, prepare to follow a careful beauty regimen. Here, the ship's beauty specialist is showing a passenger (left) how to protect her skin with a nourishing cream. The passenger protects her hands by applying (center) a lanolin-rich preparation at least twice a day. It's also wise to use a body lotion after bathing. Lots of brushing and frequent settings will help to keep your hairdo under control. Following the advice of the ship's beautician, our vacationer uses a s'calp conditioner daily and (right) locks in her set with a liquid net. Now she'll be able to enjoy her sea voyage confident of her good looks. (By NEA Woman's Editor) Hornersville News By JENETTE THOMAS Bridge League Mr. ancLMrs. Russell Baugh Conducts MeetingIHonored With Reception Here Members of the Blytheville Dup- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baugh who, Music .was provided throughout C. Murray A surprise family reunion was i held at the home of Mr. and Mrs.! Ealey Burton July 4. There were 48 present. Mr. and Mrs. James Burton and family of Essex, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Arley Hyde and family of Ripon, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fish and family of Grand Haven. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. -Calvin Burton and family of Bangor, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Burton and son. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle McGrew and daughter of St. Louis; Misses Christine and Delorls Burton of licate Bridge Leazue" plav*d a six- are movin £ to Houston. Miss., were! the evening by Mrs. table Howell movemeV Wurdav| guest * of *^ T „, nr .„ afternoon at Hotel Noble - |.immediately following church ser- j Mrs. J. T. Westbrook served as ' ! vices last night at the First Baptist i general chairman and others assist- Wmners in the games played were j church. | ing were Mrs. Kendall Berry, deco- Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs. - , ™« , . • -'*A . J_*O.UPsli *»^,A v tVA CLO »kJU. and Mrs. | J - w - Rayder; Mrs. H.' H. Brooks, ! refreshments committee, assisted by Mrs. Ted King. Others assisting "** PlaCe Victor Stilweil first with 79U I' f', Baugh - served as Sunday j rations_chalrman. aalated by Mrs. ^•iv^e. 1,1- r> -i_ ~i .xr, V" School superintendent points; Mrs. Ruth Eleanor Affhck B h p teacher _ . and Mrs- Jim Roleson second with 75 points; Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. i The guest5 ' were served from a 1 table covered with a green cloth | i overlaid with a cutwork Italian i cloth. The table was centered with , In a winners game played last: summer flowers in a silver compote ! Hotel Peabody in Mem-j anc j green tapers in silver candela- A , . . , . . ,. . Mrs. Ruth Eleanor AfflicJt and j bra . crystal punch bowls were on Nfl V ASflirifl At tS Rptf Jim Roleson won second place. {either end of the table. UIHJ ^OJJIimjH lid DCOl A Winners Game will be played! Those who presided at the table were Mr. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. C. M. Abbott, Mrs. Forrest Moore and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. Grand Haven, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs-j nere Thursday night and a Master- j were Mrs: Jerry Boggs, Mrs. H. L. 8138 12-41 Here's the type of outfit you wear around the calendar—simple, well fitting dress topped with a smartly styled jacket. Pattern No. 9138 is in sizes 12, 14, of Lake For- | 16 - 8 ' 2 °- 40 - f 2 - Size . ^ dress 4% of 39 - mch : Jacket, 2V, yards. collar and self-covered buttons to'• Wahl are co-hostesses, the waist attached to a full white! Clrcle • pive of tne Presbyterian organdy skirt worn over several j Church meets with Mrs. Spencer petticoats. Her shoulder leneth veil Alexandero. olo N. llth. at 8 p. m. fell from a half hat. She carried a and circle Six meets with Mrs. E- the La Nueve Bridge Club, Mrs. Mary Hatfield is hostess to the Chillion Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting. Mrs. R. D. Hughes. Jr., entertains Sherman Burton and family, Ellis i P° int Game will be Smith and Lorene and Kenneth j Saturday afternoon. Burton all of Hornersville. i —— Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prince and children, Kenneth. Christine and Deborah Joy, of Oak Ridge. Ore. are visiting Mrs. Grace Bennett, and children. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Rowten of Paragbuld, Ark. visited Mr. and Mrs. Geogre Patterson. Lawrence Foster went to Michigan to seek employment. Pvt. Ronald Ray of Fort Knox, Ky. is home on furlough. The "Man On The Farm," program from KBOA in Kennett interviewed officals of the Hornersville City Project which is successfully growing vegetables and strawberrys by irrigation. The men conducted | Halsell, Jr.. Mrs. Billy Ellis and Mrs. Vernal Deal. Mr. and Mrs. Baugh and who were interviewed were Pick! Ruev " and Mrs - E - c - Brown formed Wicker. Rhymond Springer, and ; the Reiving line. Raymond Thomas. ; Pvt. George W. Jaco is home on • furlough. He is the son of Mr. and| Mrs. George Jaco. j The Hornersville School will open Monday July 12. white satin Bible topoed with a! B - Thomas, 1137 Hearn at 8 p. m. I * 1 "- f; £ 5^ lavendar orchid " I Katie Hatton YWA meets with j tne Klblt2er Club. lavendar orchid. Raymond 0. Eefcnap, Jr.. served! Miss Mmie Ann Mallory at 7 p. m. his brother as best man and Edwin i Dolly Hie it YWA meets with Mrs. Barger and James England served i Leon Jones at 7:03 p. m. as ushers. j Rebecca Lodge Number 18 meets Mrs. Bartholomew was dressed in j at. the IOOF Hall at 7:30 p. m. for a navy blue sheer with navy acces- ] Potluck Supper and Installation of series and pinned a white carnation ] Officers, corsage at her shoulder. i Tuesday Mrs. Belknap was dressed in pink j Country Club Duplicate Bridge linen complemented with white ac- League has meeting. cessories and pinned white carna- Miss Betty Ann Harber is host- tions at her shoulder. I ess to the N. N. Bridge Club. Reception Given ! Wednesday A reception -as held in the dining i Club Eight, entertaining with lun- hall of the church immediately fol- j cheon at Hotel Noble for Miss Delia lowing the wedding. IShippen, bride-elect of Graham The table from which the guests! Partlow. were served was covered with a j Thursday yellow cloth overlaid with an im-j C and N Birthday Club meeus ported cutwork linen cloth. The jar, the home of Mrs.' Jim H. Burks four-tier wedding cake, topped with! at 7:30 p. m. a, miniature bride and groom, and Mrs. Ben Mac White is hostess to Saturday Duplicate Bridge League at Hotel Noble at i p. m. meets For this pattern, send 30c m COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville! Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, 111. The latest issue of Basic FASHION—fall and winter '54—is colorful, stimulating a.nd a complete guide in wardrobe planning for a new season. 25 cents per copy— send for it now . MOX -Theafre- On West Main St. In Blyrheville Show Starts j ! | Weekdays 7:00 SaU Sun. 1:00 i OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! 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