The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1954 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 11, 1954
Page 5
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MONDAY, JANUARY 11, 1954 Rl.YTilKVIl 1 R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - Society News - Put Miillinn Rncintv Editor • Phnn* A Ad Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 \Attne White \Is Engaged to \J. 0. Connell OSCEpLA — Mr. and Mr«. God- I tiny Llewellyn White announce tlie I engagement ot their daughter, I Miss Anne Conway White to John I Oscar Connell. son of Mr. and Mrs, 1 William Coleman Connell o t [ Clarksdale, Mis*. The bride-elect Is the granddaughter of Mrs. John C. White , and the late Mr. White, and d Field and the late Mrs. Field of Kansas City, Mo., and a great- neice of Mrt. Aubrey Conway and the late Mr. Conway of Blytheville. Mils. White is a senior at Ol« Miss, and if scheduled to graduate I lat* this month. A member of the Chi Omega Sorority, ihe represented Osceola as lady-of-the-realm in the 1S63 Cotton Carnival. Miss White was graduated from Ward- Belmont in Nashville, Tenn., and I attended Sweet Briar College. Sweet I Briar, Va. Mr. Connell is the grandson of I the late Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Connell of Clarksdale, Miss., and Mrs. John -Oscar Baugh and the late Mr. Baugh. H» attended Ole Mist where he was a member of the Sigma Alpha I Epsilon fraternity. He was grad- I uated from Culver Military Academy, Culver, Ind. He wilt enter the Armed Force* I in the spring, and following his I service, he will be associated with I his father in the planting business I in Clarksdale. The wedding will be solemnized I in the early spring. MARRIED — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eugene Ray art shown following their marriage Friday evening at 8 p. m. at the Baptist Church of Number Nine. Mrs. Ray is the former Miss Edna Mae Blankenship of Savannah, Tenn., formerly of Blytheville. They will make their home here. (Photo by O'Sfwn) Brotherhood Section Held Committee chairmen were named I Friday by members of the Brother I hood of Trinity Baptist Church I when L. K. Kenwright presided a I the meeting. Elected were Herman Adalr, pro I gram chairman; Gene Pierce, mem I ber.ship vice-president; Lois Ges I tring, evangelistic committee chair I man; F. L. Wicker, stewardship; E I C. Thompson, worship; Raymom IDixon, education; Oaylord Lewis I benevolence; and C. D. Ellis, pub- I llcity. Guests at the meeting included I Jack Brooks, Leslie Barron, Joe Gallaher and Bobby Wells, all Steele. Th« Rev.. W. H. Coofc offered the benediction. Indispensable For Women Sue Burnett Dress-up ..frock and Jacket pair ..(for women. .. Pattern No. 8062 is in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40., 42, 44, 46. Size 34, 4% yards of 39-inch; % yards contrast, short sleeve. Pattern No. 8934 is in sizes 32, 34, 3«, 38, 40. 42, 44, 46. Size 34, 3 7 /, yards of 39-inch. Two patterns. Tor these patterns, send 30c for EACH, In COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quiney Street, Chicago «, Illinois. Basle FASHION for 'S3, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical,' new-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed Insldt the book. Send 25 cents to- TO BE SPRING BRIDE — Miss Anne Conway White will become the bride of John Oscar Connell in a spring wedding, it is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Llewellyn White of Osceola. Mr. Connell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman Connell of Clarksdale, Miss. Goodman-Golden Marriage Rites Performed Here on Saturday In a double ring ceremony performed Staturday morning at.II o'clock, Miss Eloise Golden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Golden of Blytheville, became the bride of Hubert Goodman, son of Mrs. Gladys Wade also of Blytheville. The ceremony was performed before close friends and relatives lub Election Held in Home An election of new officers was held Friday night by members of the Stitch and Chatter Club, when Mrs. Harvey Dorris and Mrs. Jim Hall were hostesses to the group. They ere Mrs. Doxie Frazler, aresident; Mrs. Dorris, vice president; Mrs. Thomas Dorris, secre- ;ary; Mrs. Jim Hall, treasurer, and Mrs. Carl Long, reporter. Plans for the coming year were made by the club during the evening. The hostesses served refreshments after they adjourned. More Good Than Bad Of the 2000 known kinds of bac- eria and germs, only about 100 .re thought to be harmful to man- :ind. The other 1000 varieties are lecessary to life in one way or nother. Not All Blue-Eyed The long-taught "fact" that all ew-born children have blue eyes as been disproved. Careful exam- nation under modern illumination evealed almost 200 different hues In their eyes. of the couple in the sanctuary of the First Methodist Church, with the Rev. Roy I. Bagley officiating. Serving as best man and matron of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie. Eades. Mrs. Eades was dressed in a two-piece pale blue taffeta and velvet dress with black patent accessories. She pinned white carnations at her shoulder. Miss Golden was attired in a pale blue morie faille afternoon gown, a Daryl original. She wore navy accessories, and a navy half hat, which featured pale blue flowers and pale blue velvet bows. Her corsage was of a pink camel-' lla, surrounded by pink sweetheart rose buds. ' After the wedding, the couple greeted their guests in the foyer of the church, and later departed for a week's undisclosed wedding trip. For her daughter's marriage, Mrs. Golden wore a brown costume suit with brown accessories. She pinned whit carnations at her shoulder. Also wearing white carnations was the groom's mother, who chose a suit of mauve with, navy accessories. The bride was graduated from Blytheville High School in the class of 1952. The bridegroom, who was graduated from Osceola High School, is now associated with the City Dry Cleaners. The state of Michigan borders n four of the Great Lakes: Super- or, Michigan, Huron and Erie. Really "SOCKS" RHEUMATIC, ARTHRITIC PAIN Thousands ire grateful for the way the talicylate action of C-2223 ipcedi relief to rheumatic, arthritic, muicl* pain. Many call it "the old reliable," use it time and again to enjoy more pleawnt periods of greater comfort! Price of first bottle back if not satiifiod. Get C-2223. COUGH When colds, measta or flu leave you with a cough get Crcomuhion quick because it soothes raw throat and cheit membranej, loosens and helps expel germy phlegm, mildly relaxes systemic tension and aids nature fight the cause of irritation. You'll like its results belter than other medicine or druggist refunds your money. No narcotics. Pleasant to lake. CREOMyLSJON Costs only Pennies per Month to Operate Ark-Mo Power Co. Your Choice of Color* at your Favorite Dealer* PAGE FIVE Bits of News n <w\ ,t n e Duplicate League Conducts Meeting A «even-tabl« Howell movement was played Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble by members of the Duplicate Bridge ( 'l^ague. Winners of the game were Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. F. E. Black, first with 94 points; Mrs. C. W. Afflick and Mrs. Russell Phillips second with 92 points; Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Ed Cook, third with 90 points; and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Poy Etchlnson, fourth with 86 Vi points. Band Mothers Meet Postponed The monthly meeting of the Band Mothers Club, which was scheduled for tonight, has been postponed until next Monday night. Time has been set for 7:30 p.m. at the HiRh School auditorium. The Swing Band will furnish music during the evening, under the direction of Robert Llpscomb. Rain gauges were used in Korea in 1442, 200 years before rainfall records were kept In Europe. FAR CRY FROM GOTHIC—An example of the modern trend in church architecture is this new concrete church built in Cologne. Germany. Designed by Georg Maria Luneborg, the scmisurrealistic structure was completed in 11 months. Only the six main pillars were made on the spot, all other parts were formed at a concrete plant and assembled at the building sit*. The front wall forms a huge stained-glast "window." "PAINT 'em RED Forma.! Delta Implements, inc. Blytheville "Service Holds Our Trade" Phone 6863 SAVE2 5O HELENA RUBINSTEIN'S ESTR06ENIC HORMONE OFFER far yeungir looking ikin 6°°valut...beth for 3 SO PI«»« , ESTROOENIC HORMONE CREAM...night treatment for face ...MflulOf 1/3.50 ISTROOINIC HORMONE OIL...use ot night on throat and during tha day on face and throat under make-up...value 2.50 There's a whole new "young" generation — women over 35 who have flatly rejected the "old look" ever tince they discovered Helena Rubinstein's famous Estrogenic Hormone twins. These precious preparations contain natural estrogenic hot- monei-th* Jingle most effective beauty help fa th« skin in retaining moisture. No other ingredient does as much ta help an aging skin look younger, dewier, mar* wrinkle-free! Regular use of Helena Rubinstein's Estrogenic Hormone Cream end Oil will work against dryness, ikin sag...Will make you proud n admit your age. Now is the time to see for yourself, during this once-a-year offer that puts 2.50 bock in your pocket. But right now, because It's for a limited time only. ROTHROCK DRUG CO. 205 W. Main — BlythtvilU Wilbur Dlllahunty of Osceola has been named president, of Delta Theta Phi law fraternity for the spring semester. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bracey left today for Wynne, because of the death ot Mrs. Bracey's father, C. H. White. Funeral services for Mr. White will be held tomorrow in Paragould. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fisher were here yesterday from Wynne to visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. Jim Roleson, Mr. Roleson and son, Bucky. Mr. and Mrs. Max Johnson, Mrs. Billy Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Thomas have returned from Donlphan, Mo., where they attended funeral services for their grandfather and father. Miss Gwendolyn Sue Rhoads has returned to Memphis, where she attends Oraughon's Business College, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Rhoads. Coming Evmts Tueaday Senior High Parent-Teachers Association has meeting at S p.m., preceded by executive board meet- Ing at 3:30 p.m. Charlevolx Chapter of Daughters of the mAerican Revolution meets at Hotel Noble <*t 1 p.m. for luncheon with Mrs. W. M. Williams, Mrs. E. E. Stevens and Mrs. Aubrey Conway as hostesses. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon Is hostess to the Tuesday Club. Mrs. Garrard Caudill entertains the Tri-Town Club. Mrs. Arthur Vance Is hostess to the- La Petite Club. Country Club Duplicate. Bridge League meets at the club. Wednesday Mrs. G. O. Poett 1> hostest to 'lub Eight. Town and Country Club meets with Mrs. A. O. Hall. Chapter "D" of PEO hat meeting with Mrs. E. B. Gee for 1 p.m. .uncheon. Delphian Society meets at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Sudbury PTA ha* general meet- ng at 3 p. m. and executive board meeting at 2:30 p. m. Thurariay ' Burdett* PTA has 7 p. m. pot- uck supper followed by meeting with Judge Phillip Deer as speaker. Mrs. William Lambert is hos- ess at the Razorback to members of the TLE Club. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Charles Afflick, Jr. Mrs. J. E. Dicks li hostess to the Mid-Week Club. La Ncuve Club has meeting with Mrs. Melvin Halseil. Mrs. E. P. Borum is hostess to the Thursday Contract Club. Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Nobl«. Friday Stitch and Chatter Club has meeting with Mrs. Harvey Don-is Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission He & 39c At All Time* LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature rm[ WIfl MM!* ' (OU (UOJT • en i* rtfe* * *«KT HISJMG •* wc« PO •MM kr i. A man —AND— IttUK M1IICU NUHl MEDINA* PLUS METRO NEWS TUBS., WED., & TOURS. •OfHIUf MtO —AND— "HOLLYWOOD THRILL MAKERS" PLUS CARTOON HANG-ON RADIO—Passengers can listen to the radio and relax while riding on Milan, Italy, streetcars, after loudspeaker systems were installed in public transit vehicles. 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