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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVir.LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TODAY, AUGUST t, 1W1 Jane SlieHon, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Cockrell to Wed >,John David Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Barney Cockrell today announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Barbara Carolyn Cockrell to John David, Anderson. Mr. Anderson Is Hie son of Mi. and Mrs. I.,. L. Anderson of ,;. BJytheviile. The bride-elect attended Blyillf- , ville High School. ' f ',' A graduate of Blytheville Hich " 'school, Mr. Anderson Is nov; associated uiih his father in Anderson's ^Shue Shop. .-^ Plr.ns for tlie late summer wed'** dit.g \vill be announced at a lft:«*l "-date. .25 Shower Gifts ^Upon Mrs. Matthews * Twenty-five guests showered assorted layette gifts upon Mrs. Clay Matthews last night at the party given in. her honor At the home of Mrs. Idell Blackard. Mrs. L. W. Fulgliam. Mrs. W. D. Overman were co-hostesses wil'u Mrs, Blacks rd for the pfnk and blue event. Dahlias, zinnias and other sum- nier blooms were combined with greenery to form bouquets for the entertaining rooms In which the TB1.LS EN- —Miss Barbara Carolyn Cockrcll is betrothed to John David Anderson of Blytlieville. Announcement of the engagement is made Ijy UK? bi'iilc- slect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barnev Cockrell of Blytheville. t Culllson evening was spent In games. Misstp-' , A r .' J Mary Ann Robertson and Mrs. p.LvenlS Are Continued I,. Wicker were prize winners in I F ov • AnatiSt Bridc-I'lect the party games conducted by Miss ' "UgUM Ol 1C1C I..1LLI Lounell Overman, After gifts from the guests had bee^i opened by the hoilovee. tile hostesses served refreshments of individual 'cakes, iced in pnle blue and pink with .frosted drinks. A novelty corsage was presented Mrs. Matthews for the occasion from her hostesses. Four Guests Attend Club Dessert Bridge Mr«. Marvin Nunn, Jr., Mn. Maion Day. Jr., Miss Arden Ferguson «nd Mrs, Jack Webb were guests yesterday aftornoojj >vith members of th« Kibitzer Club when Mrs. Johnny White t%5 hostess «t her home on West Walnut for the weekly afternoon of playing bridge. Summer blooms in varl-hues were arranged about the room In which the guests were sealed and thiongh- out the home/ Mrs. White served a dessert cc;:r.-,c. Events continue to compliment bride-elect Mi. 1 ** Mary Frances Galne.s. who is planning a itikl- Augusl marriage to Bill Nmmclec of KOI-I Smith. An informal morning suirty today with n kitchen shower last night continued the whirl ot events. Twenty guests were invitc'd to call at the Enst Main Street home of Ml.ss Roberta Bracey this morning at 10 n.rn. lo extend best- wishes to the bride-to-be. An array of summer blooms adorned the reception and entertaining rooms for the pre-miptial event. During the morning Ihe hostess served hosted drinks and assorted party lootls. A brown cotton sunback frock featuring white stitching was chosen by Miss Gnines for the occn- slon. Miss Brnccy presented the honoree wit corsage of while blooms, her gift tor the Inkle's new home was silver In her selected putlcrn. ....... A miniature study of a bride and Ir, he bridge game Mrs. Nunn groom mnrte from kitchen articles look .top honors and Miss Ferguson, second high. Mrs/ Blakemtfre Learj* Weekly Rook Club Scores - Mrs. Neville Blakemore won high ' »core, Mrs. Orover Wrenn second | high and Mrs. cleo Wren rooko , yesterday afternoon when Mrs. W. ' B. Mayo was hostess at her home * on Highway 18 for the weekly ses- , sion of the .Thursday Rook Club, i Mixed garden .blooms were ar- 1 ranged throughout the home. , Following the game- Mrs, Mnyo ' served a salad plate. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Lingerie Treasure topped a table In the Fred Sandefur home last night, for the kllchc shower given by Miss Put Heshnrse feting Miss .Galnes.,.MIss Bcnharse was assisted-In entertaining thi IB guc.tU by her mother, Mrs. Herman Besimrse. The guests were sealed In the floral bedecked entertaining rooms for an evening of hemming dish towels with Miss Shirley King taking top honors In the feal. Gifts for Miss GMne.1 were presented In a large laundry basket nftcr which Miss Besharse served a dessert course. A gift, corsnge of tlons studded with yellow cat tm- mlnlnture kit- .VIiss Gnines Announces Wedding Party Plans Ml.«s Mary Frances Gnines lias asked her sister. Mrs. William M. Juntz lo attend as tnattnn of honor her Aug. 19 marriage .to Bill Nunnclcc of Port Smith, MKvGaines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, R I,. Gaines ot lilythevlllc Is today making known the completed plans tor her marriage. 'Hie double ring ceremony will be read at * p.m. In the First Chris- linn Church with the Rev. Ray I. Baglc.v of the First Methodist Church officiating. Miss Ramona Craflon will serve s maid of honor. Eddie Nunnelee will s«rve his brother as best man. Homer C. Craln. Jimmy White anil Jack Fol- litt all of Fort Smith and William Pat Rieves of Augusta will act, as ushers. The program of nuptial music will be presented by Miss Joann Tricscllmann. vocalist and Mrs. C, M. Smart, organist. The Rustic Tni) will be the scene of a reception Immediately following. chen utensils wns pinned In Ihe shoulder of her trousseau frock of lemon yellow organdy. Mrs. R. L. Onincs, mother of the bride-elect anri Mrs. William M. JonU, sister of the honoree, were special guest* foV Ihe occasion. finlilei, Kill.- Trarhcr The Chinese philosopher, Confucius. taliRht the Golden Rule more than 500 years before Christ. In the Analects of Confucius ap- pcnrs I his pnssngi: "What you tl, Rehearsal Dinner Tonight Honors Bridal Parly Events feting Miss Ijuira 'ftwaln, who will b€ married tomorrow at 9:.ln H.m. to Donald Meyer Manners of Carbondnle. 111., will be concluded tonight with a rehearsal dinner at Hotel Noble. A 6 p.m. dinner In the Mirror Room will fete (he 17 members of Hie bridal party. Miv.-nnd Mrs. C. O. Hovnsby of Columbus, Miss., will be host and hrxstcss 7 'for Ihe occasion. A design of while blooms Interspersed with gleaming golden fluffs form the centerpiece [or the long table at n-hlch the guests will be seated. For the event the bride-elect will he dressed in a trousseau model ot Rreen Chinese silk worn with silver accessories. A rehcru-.snl for the ceremony to lie performed in the morning at 3:30 n.m. nt the First Presbyterian Church will follow. The historic Alnnio In San An- t-tmjo. Tex was htillt as a chapel of Clyd«lt Eldrldge and Palsy Weav- are In Balesvllle as guists of Clydell'j relatives tor severs days. They went especially to attend Hie Waler Carnival. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cunier lert Wednesday for Camp Momicruh, N. Y. to visit their son. Pa. Ellis Gunler. Tliey were accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Joe Frinecour and Mr. Fnmecour. They vil] al.^o visit in Massachusetts uebre returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mann have returned from Little Rocl '.vlir-re they were the quests of Mr. mid Mrs. Johnny Hickman. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ouster and family will leave tomorrow far a weekend In Tennessee and Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. j. o. McKeiute '• and daughter. Miss Patricia Me- Kenzie arrived today p be the weekend BUCMS of Miss UcKcmlc's fiance. Cnarles Criggcr III and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crixser, Jr. We. Gilbert E. Blfiur left last nifiht lor Forbes Air Bisc. Topeka, K."n., i;t°i2r spending 11 days hole •vU.i his mother, Mrs. Freda Bivit-r. Pit: Blshe]- xviil assume his Uuf.e.s in Die Air Police. Mi.is Edna Overman wideru'ejit an appendectomy yeiterdu.v allor- noon at Bl.vthcville Hospital. Mrs. Charles Brlgh'. and Mis. Mel Hay have been sucrJniK "Jus \\eek in Canilhcrsvllle as guests ol Mrs. Allle Bowman. Miss Doris Worthy of Murked Tree and Mailannt will arrive tomorrow to spend » \veek BS guest of her uncle and' aunt. Mr. and Mrs. U>y Welch. Hiss Worthy will >e accompanied lo Hlytheville by her mother,. Mrs Martin Worthy and .sister. Miss Nancy Worthy who will return tc their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F.lmer Norman and Mr. anri Mrs. Burks Barker have returned from a tour of the western slates. While In Cheyenne, Wyo,, they attended FYonUer Day activities which Included Indian dances and square dances, they visited Iti the City ot Gods and Pikes Peak. Coo., and Baggs, Wyo. Nicky Weedman will arrive tomorrow from Baton Rouge, La.. where he has been spending three weeks as guest of his -sister. Mrs. Edward E. smith and Mr. Smith. While there he accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Str.ith on a vacation to New Jersey snd New York. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lntes and Mr. and Mrs. Bnd Lutes and family were in Lutesvlllf. Mo., yesterday to attend the funeral sevices of Mrs. Elzie Burns. They were Joined there for the services by Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Applebaum and Mr. and Mrr Leon Oenning, who are vacationing at Lake Norfork. The Rev, *nd Mr.*,. E. K. Latimer arrived thl» afternoon from their home In Del R!o, Tex., to be the guest-s fit Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. iltintley left * RUTH MILLETT Remember It Takes Two To Start a Family Feud •7 KUTtt MI (.LETT, NEA Staff Writer A wife z>ks: "What do you think of a mother-in-law who would invite her son to a meal in her home and not include his wife and children? And what would you think o! the man wife? II he went without his County Residents Attend Baptist Church Sessions Sixteen persons Iron t':ie south j section t>( i he county are attending the SojuhwJde Training Union Conferences at HEdgecrc-sl. N. q. OILS v^eek. Six Blylhevitle residents, the Rev. David Mcpeake. Mi=-s Cliffie Over- Mian, Ali's Martha BjirthoJonifew, Mrs. Joe Ronch. Jack Mick and MLss Jeali I'ierce returned Wednesday from the Conference. They went especially for Arkansas Training UJi£»ii V/rc-k. Attejulint; from the cauniy are the Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, pastor of Wilson Baptist Chmrh, with Hennie liledsoe, Pi-tsv find Jean Grcen- vv-cll. Peegy Zook, Lainar McDaalel, Carol Win taker, Tonunie Brist 'if ri'oncbni?n's Bayou, Gcnolse McNabb, and Mrs. J. B. Lovett, all representing the Wilson, churcii. From O.^ceota t)»osc attending a: - e the Rev. Percy F, Herring, pastor of First Bajilist Church; Mrs. Herring and sons, John and Herschel; Ira Davenport and Bill Dillarri. ^^l', | 5. R. H. Jone. 1 ; of Osceola will leave Tue.srfay for Ridgecrest Baptist Assembly to attend the Woman's Missionary Union Conlcr- ence, Aug. 9-l5th. Air Conditioned by Refrigeration At The Hospitals Hlythevllk Hospital Dismissed: John Edward Cecil, Steele Janice Lee Edwards. Cootcr J. C, Droke. Jr., Cits- Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Bonnie Glover, City Dan Ray. Steele Leveda Norrid, Holland Mrs. Ray Ralph, City ' What- I thinX Is that It Is a crime lor two women—one a man's moth- j er and otic his wife—to hunt- for trouble oy either initialing. such situations or being deeply angered ov«r them. Here is real trouble brewing. But when you boil It down what docs it actually amount io7 A man's eating a meal with hLs mother rather than with his wife? : Js it worth creating a Uitier sUu- ; alien for the mother to try 10 get I her .son alone? Is she goiivg to enjoy his undivided attention enough j lo risk making his wife her enemy? \ i it vrorth it Lo the wife to make] a fuss over ihe situation? j Crralc Mountains Out of Molehill* ; No, it isi/t worth it either way. I Yet. it is amazing—judging from the tetters that come to me—how many wive.' and movhcrs-m-Saw make big Issues out of such ..situations. | One deliberately creates the sit- 1 nation, the other rises 10 the bait, j and the ("mily feud is on. j Either one could twctd trouble; so easily. Either the one who staris j it or :he one who Jets it get under,' her skin. ' I So my advice to the wife is to ig- \ no re the uiuution. Let her husband i go to his mother's without her. if! IIP wants to, making some plan* of I her own 'or thR evening. [ It takes two to set a family fight j started. No mother-in-law or no daughter-ir-law can get a fight going alone. j If the wife who Is all sel for j trouble will remember that, there | won't be any trouble. Her mother- in-law can't make her angry unless Mie is willing to let her. She can't hurt her unless she is waiting to be hurt. Uslon to KLCN at !0:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 .— Office Phone 6998 Box Office Opens al 1:45—Show Starts 2:OU P.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING KVERYDAY -Moke the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters Cominq Events Social Calendar Saturday Miss Laura 3\valn becomcn the hnde ot Donald M. Manners at the! First Presbyterian Church at 8:.10 a.ni- Duplicate Bridge League meets it Hotel Noble at 1:0 p.3m. •NO MOSQWTOK8 NO BUGS SMOKING LOUNGE FOll COMPLETE REL\XA- TION. ENJOY YOUK FAVORITK TRUEVISION SIi()\\ IN THK HKAlJTiFUL KIT/, TELEVISION LOUNGK. The Newest and Best Pictures First Lust Times Tanite guests of Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Branam. Mrs. Fred sandefur and -son, Robert, will leave Sunday for Helena lo visit Mrs. Sande fur's brovh- er, R. L. Holder and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Knappenberger have returned Irom a two weeks wedding trip to the eastern states and Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Human and daughter, Marilyn Sue returned yesterday from R two weeks vacation in Knoxville ^and points bl Smoky Mountain interest. Mr. and Mrs. Ijonnle Boydston .cl son, Ronnie returned Wedne.s- In With the Courts Common P!ea»: James Qanno vs. Wallace Flana- s?n and wife, unlawful detainer Circuit (Criminal)! this morning for an extniuled visit | t | ay r rom a thrce wcck ,j to points of Canadian interest. j Marigold. Miss., they were the guests S/Sgt. George Workman, Jr., U.S. , of Mr. Boydston's aunt. Mrs. Jess Marines, »nd Airs. Workman are j Wood, they visited also In Greenville visiting here as «ues(.s of Sgt. Work- j and while in Memphis were the man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George 1 quests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Clay- Workman. They will leave Aug. 8 ion. tor Sgt. Workman to report, to, Mr - ai1 " Mrs. J. P. Garrott and Coronado. San Diego, Calif., f o r ! daughter. Betty Lee left today on a duty. Mrs. Joe Alexandra, Jr., is undergoing treatment, nt the Rlythe- loon iti B [all. | vacation to Nashville, Tenn., Blue- ridge, N. O., and Wilmington, N. C- tn of : they will be the guests daughter, spending Mrs. Don Nus< Sheryl of St. several days and Louis are here as will attend a YMCA Association of Secretaries Conference in Blnerid before Joining Mrs. GarroLi ai Betty Lee In Wilmington for t: remainder of their vacation, Browr.. nuirder in first Mildred degree. Chancery i Max Borowsky. et al, vs. Wm. Cherry, et at. suit over title to land,! transferred from Circuit Court. CARUSO , TECHNICOLOR LANZA-'ANN BLYTH wwonnr i.uum.^ BLISCHS KlRSTEN-NOVOTNA -THEBOM I'aramount News & Shorts Salui'dav BELLE LEGBAHD rtorrfng VERA RALSTON JOHN CARROLL A Ifttlf IK nCTUM Serial: "Roar of the Iron Horse' Also Cartoon Cont. Showing 12:30—11:30 Sunday & Monday Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI Aug. 3. HP)— (USDAI— Hogs 9500; opened actively strong to 10 higher; sows 25 to 50 higher- bulk choice I8O-230 Ibs 23.2J-75; later 23.60 down; 240-270 Ibs 22.25-23.10' 270300 Ibs 21.50-22.50; 150-170 lbs'21 7523.00; 120-140 Ibs 19.00-21.25; 100110 Ibs 17.00-18.50; sows 400 Ibs down 19.25-20.25; largely 20.00 down; over 400 Ibs 11.25-1925; stags 13.00-15.50; boars 10.50-13.50. Cattle 800; calves 800; odd lols and individual utility and commercial steers and heifers 26.0030.00; lightweight cutter offerings around 22.00-25.00; utility and commercial cows 22.50-28.00; canners and cutters 17.00-22.50. . not want done lo yomselt. do not 1 the Mission San Antonio de Valer (in to others." run by Ihe Franciscans. By Sue Burnelt This pretty set of underwear U sure to find a welcome in jour lingerie wardrobe. A well fming tai!• orfd slip with built-up shoulder.", or ribbon straps, and a U»\o]y sown , that's cut full and comfortably. Pattern No. 6590 is a sew-ntc perforated pattern in sizes 12. U. 16. 13. 20; 40. «, «. 46. 48, 50, 52, Size 14 gown. 3\ yards of 39-inch; slip . 2*. yards. For tills pattern, send 30c In ; COINS vour name, andrc.ss, size desired and the PATTERN NUM• bcr to Sue Burnett. Courier News ; 372 W Quincj Street. Chicago. 6. 111. The Pal! and Winter I:,sue ot FASHION Is just what you Ac-been J vailing for—a complete Rtiirte In planning a wearable wardrobe for » new sea-son! Gilt patterns punted imide. 25 cents. Year Biggest Cleaning Problems! Keepinj; kids' dolhes clean is a major headache for everj mom. FJut wise mothers send I'S those soiled garments, for thorough. Ken- He dry cleaning! They like the nay we remove stubborn sp'ols . - . have clothes back in record lime I Try us today! BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 A favorite of the Family Yes, Sir! The entire family ciijoyg eating mil at (he Huslic Inn. Cool air conditioned comfort, fine delicious footls served the way you MKe and prom pi courteous service. This Sunday, why not bring the family to the Rustic for dinner after church. You'll enjoy the mellow music of (he Hammond organ brought lo you by Bill \Vard, appealing nightly and Sunday noon. Rustic Inn ^^ Walnut & Division Dial 2202 The pirate scis run wild with LAUGHS, when chac timid 2nd Looic from "Francii" becomes a Captain of Cut-throats! DONALD O'CONNOR -BEIEH* CARTER «. Will GEER • JOHN EMERY • XSPl EMERSON Paramount New* & Selected Shorts .'re AIR CONDITIONED llr Conditioned by Refrlgeratlov Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 p.m. Last Times Today—2 Big Hiti It's all about a gorgeous airline stewardess! M-Q.M Also Selected Short Subjects Saturday A RtPUBUC PICTURi Also Serial "Don ]),ircdevTl" \o. 7 C'nrltinn Continuous Sliowinu; SaUinlav 12:30-11 ::}0 Sunday & Monday Double Feature You'R U OoooSx' a* AW WoeeWI —PLUS— American Guerilla in the Philippines \vilh Tvrone Power .\IKTKO NK\VS

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