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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 12, 1953
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FAOB FOUK BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS JKWCAY, JAK. II, IMS Pat Mtillins, Society Editor Phone 4-iGl Bride-Elect Complimented At Ted-Shower Th« first In » series of parties planned for Miss Katherelne Westbrook was given Saturday afternoon at the J. W. Rayder home, when Mr«. Rayder, Mrs. Ted King, Mis. Curt!* Bennett and Mrs. Albert En- dcrtln n'ere hostesses for a ten- shower. Seventy guests culled b'ettveen the hours ot 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Miss Weslbrook Is the bride-elecl of Willie Dobson of New Albany. Mtss., A former Blyllieville resident. The hostesses were assisted by Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mrs, Harvey Morris, Mrs. Edt?ar Oslln, Sally Jo King, and Linda Rayder. Emily Sue Damon presented musical selections at the piano during the afternoon. The honoree dressed for the occasion In tL trousseau frock of black faille topped with a white faille Jacket. Her accessories were in black, nnd she was given a corsage of while . carnations againcl a setting of green nuillne and ribbons. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, mother ot the bride-elect, chose nn America: beauty taffeta with black accessories and K'ns given a corsage of while I carnations. Mrs. E. Ij. Dobson, moth- I L-. ^L-,1 i*-r-l-v er of Mr. Dobson, of Wilson, also " ' ^-' IUI v-ll R special guest wore a black and white crepe dress with black accessories, and a corsage of pink carnations, - : The tea'table was overlaid with an imported cuUvork madcrla cloth, and.centered with a low sliver bowl, which held white stocks Interspersed with greenery and silver. The centerpiece was flanked by sliver three- branched • candelabra which held white lighted tapers. : Bouquets of spring flowers and ftjngle whHe tapers in silver were seen throughout the entertaining rcc~3,-to carry out the silver and white color scheme used by the AVEl) HEIIE—Mrs. Elmer Eugene Battles was before her Dec. 24 marriage at Calvary JlapUsi Church Miss Joyce Lcona Sleele. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stcele. The groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Battled of llcrmoiulnle. Mo,, where the couple Is at home. Couple Is Wed Serving/at the (able were Misses Hoeanna Cleveland, Mitxlne. Hill, Nora Simpson and Mrs. jimmy Branscum. Cake and frosted'.punch were served. ;The miscellaneous gifts were displayed on a long table overlaid with White maderla. Tile hostesses presented a gift. • In Miss Wcstbrook's silver pattern. .;•. . : Out-of-town guests Included Mrs. Dobson, Mrs. Edgar Osllirof Little Rock, housegucst of Mrs. Curtis Bennett, and. Mis. Mary Lou Smothers, Benton Harbor. Mich,, houssgiiest of her daughter, Mrs. Tonimle Westbrook. Variety Club - HasSupper-Dance Thirty-eight, members and guests attended the' monthly supper dance of the Variety Club Saturday night «t the Jaycee Clul). . ;Mn and Mrs. Pat Chitmon ant! Mr. ami Mrs. Travis Brooks were hosts and hostesses. t Mr. anri'Mrs. Bill Method and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Harris were Introduced as members of the club. .Following the .eveniig's dancing, supper was served at nKdnlght. Guests Included Air. nnd Mrs James Harding, and Mr .and Mrs. Wade Reeves, Jr. Jit e >6i)ita IA Dismissed: > MrsjE. E. Kfinilott, Stcele Mrs. Andy Harsliman, Tomato Eunice Brogdon, City Before pressing dresses am blouses, slip the damp garment over ironing board and pat It into shape with Turkish towel. Halt the pressing job can be done in this wa\ so that actual Ironing Is not difficult. Ceremony Here Miss Joyce Leona Steele, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil Stcele of Bly- .hevitle liecnnic the brkle ot Elmer •Algetic Battles, son of Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Battles of Heimondalc, Mo. at -1:30 p.m. Dec. 2^ nt Calvary Bnn- ,lsl Church. The Rev. p. II. Jcrnlgan offlcint- cd at the .single ring ceremony. The bride chose for her niarrlngc a suit of sky blue, faille, featuring n •hlii(.'5tone-stmUted yoke. Her accessories were black, and she carried a white Bible topped with white orchtd, set In malfiic-. satlr ribbon, and stenhanolls, with knee length streamers. Attending the bride as matron ol lionor was Mrs. Freddy Battles o flcnnomliile. who was dressed in a street length dress of white tnifcln with which she wove blnck accesso rles. She was presented a corsage o while carnations for her shoulder. Attending as. brliH'.stimld wa« Mis Peggy Battlea, sister of, the groom who wore a street length dress o navy taffeta with (hatching acccs sorlcs. and a corsage of white car nations, Serving the groom as best ma was his uncle, Freddy Battles of HermoiulnJe. ' The young couple Is,, now at home in Hermondnte .where "the grootn Is engaged In farming. Mrs. Baltics Bits of News Dr. ami Mrs, j. p. Brownson were ailed to Duburiue, fa., Saturday ue to the sudden Illness of his sls- er, Mrs. Mary Brownson, who «uf- reJ a heart attack. Mr. and Mi's. Sum Sikcs of Ilimi- oldt, Tenn., were Ihe week end uests of her mother, Mrs. j. p. Smith. nernlce Brlsler has been admitted > the Methodist Hospital In Memphis, where nu underwent sur- ;ery there Saturday. Ills condition s reported to be satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phllbrook an- luunce Ihe birth ot their first child a son, at Walls Hospital. Jan. 10 "te has been named Krod Anthony. Mrs Phllbrook Is the former Mls< Tma Mac Serogglns. Miss Sara Harrison, student at Arkansas Tech, RitssellvlJlc. Ark irrivcd home this week end to be with her parents, Mr. and MM, Olin Harrison, while she Is 111. Seaman tnird class, Billy M Malhcny will arrive home tonlel from San Diego, Calif., to be Ihe finest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs Jack Malheny, after completion o Ills recruit training. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mntheny wen. In Memphis yesterday to visit their daughter. Mrs. William P. Joyner Mr, Joyner nml son. Cul D. .1. McLcod. son ot Mr. and Mrs. II. Damon Mcl.forl. arrived Ir Seattle, Wash., Sunday after spending 19 months in Japan. He will Wiygal-Wilson Marriage Rites Conducted Here The marriage of. MLiJi Juanita .Vlygal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Moore of Kelscr, to Horace vlllton Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walton Wlljson, of Thnyer, Mo., was a 1:30 p.m. event of Saturday. Performed at the home of Mr. uid Mrs. w. M. Norton on Moultrle. 3rlvc, the ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Bob McMa&ter, pastor of Lake Street Methodist Church. Misj Betty Jo Jones served as maid of honor and v.-as dressed for the event In a suit of navy blue, with pink and black accessories. Her corsage was ol pink carnations. Mis. W. M. Norton, who served s bridesmaid, chose a dress ot silk shantung, In smoke gray, with Mack accessories, and pink carna- llons al her shoulder. Mr. Norton served Mr. Wilson as best man. * The brlrfo wore for her marriage a suit of navy wool with white blouse nnd while hat. Her other accessories were In black. She pinned a corsage of red rose buds at her shoulder. Following their northern wedding trip, the couple will reside on Sixth Street. MARRIED— Mr. snd Mr*. Horace Milton Wilson exchanged marriage vows at the home of Mr. and Mra. W. M. Norton Saturday. Mrs. Wilson was before her marriage Mrs. Juanita Wiyg'al, daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. 0. R. Moore of TCoisor. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Walton Wilson of Thayer, Mo. Bow» Trim Tote' S*t Bride Changes Mind, Status NEW YORK OT-Tlie bride hnd a change of heart al the last minute which even caused n difference of opinion In the Victoria Supreme Courl before It, was finally settle'd, reports the Australian News and Information Service ,hcrc. It seems a streetcar motorman and a transport conductress decided suddenly to get married, got a special license and went to a cler- -. - , eymaifs home for the ceremony. arrive home In several days, after I" 1 "' J" s(i ns "< c ring was placed coming by plane from Seattle to CBIIIO Chaffec, wiicre he will receive his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon and Mrs. Mike Simon nnd daughter. Mlklc, were in Memphis Sumiiiy where they visited Mr. Simon, patient, at Kennedy General Hospital, who will undergo surgery Iherc. The Mnhon's also visited John SHI at the hospital, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins. /" F. D. Underwood; who is a patient nl the Hlvthnvlltc Itospllal. Is re- porled to be In n serious condition. Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher of Wynne were the guests of their daughter nnd sister, Mrs. Jim Roleson, nnd Mr. Uoleson over the wrk end. her was High gnuhmted from Blythevllle School and Mr. Battles attended Holland High School. To whiten a wooden floor, lisc n strong stubbing powder sucJi ns oxalic acid (poison). One pound of oxalic acid crystals to one gallon of water will make a .saturate solution. This will cover about 10 square feet of floor. Use an old broom lo spread the solution. Give II lime lo bleach the wood. Mop II up with water containing about ',4 cup ammonia to a pall. FIRST FOflAtHESSPfllNS Agate and enamel are actually steel with a fused, glass top surface. so nbrnstvea must never be used on them. Surfaces such as on stoves should be moistened with warm suds lo loosen soil and then .scraped with rubber st:raper. her finger she changed .... nlnd, threw the ring on the floor and cried "I won't go on with itl The bridegroom later asked Die court, lo rule the marriage Invalid or to give him a divorce. The court, Icclding the marriage »as legal, save him a divorce. But the chief justice maintained there had been 10 marriage In (he first place because he said It was necessary /or n religious service to be completed tor such a marriage to be binding. NOTICR OF SAI.B A« directed by order of the Pro- bale Court In Ihe matter ot the estate ol Carl George Paul, deceased. I will on January 23. 1952, at the south door of Ihe courthouse In Blylhcvillc, Arkigisas, offer for sale to the highest binder for cash, the following personal property: One 1951 Super OUlsmobile. One Cluster Man's diamond ring. Persons interested may sec the property by calling the undersigned at • 108 \ Kentucky Avenue. Coming Events Monday Rebekah Lodge has potluek supper at 1:30 p.m. followed by conferring of degrees at, Oddfellows Lodge. Tuesday Senior High PTA mccls at 3 p.m. at the High School auditorium for program planned by Miss Rosa Hardy on "Education for the Exception Child." Love Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship has meeting with Mrs. j. D. Davis with Mrs. J. P. Garrott as co-hostess and Mrs. Harry Bradley as program leader. Members of the Country Club Duplicate Brjdge League play a monthly masterpolnt game. Tuesday Bridge Club is entertained by Mrs. W. C. Hlgginson. Mrs. James Terry entertains Tri- Town Bridge Club. Mrs. A. H. McManus Is hostess to members of the La Petite Club. Ynrbro Home Demonstration Club has semi-monthly meeting. Mrs. Glenn Harrington is hostess to members of the Tlmka Bunco Club. Charlevolx Chapter of Daughter of the American^ Revolution ' has luncheon at 1 p.m. at Hotel Noble with Mis. George Pollock, Jr.. Mrs. F. V. Rutherford and Miss Cordelia Wllhite as hostesses. Gosnell Parent-Teachers Association has 1:30 p.m. meeting at school with Miss Minnie Foster ii: charge of the program. Wednesday Yarbro PTA hgs 2:30 p.m. meet- Ing after Joint study course there at I p.m. Members of the Wednesday Club have luncheon nl the Country Club. Mrs. Otto Scrapi* is hostess to members of Club Eight. Town nnd Country Club Is be- entertained by Mrs. A. B. Reese. Dogwood Home Demonstration lub has semi-monthly meeting. Deltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. meeting at Hotel Noble. Mrs. C. W. At Hick is hostess for uncheon for members of Chapter •D" ofi PEO. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertains Thursday Club. Thursday Contract Club entertained by Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mrs. Randall Hawks Is hostess to members of the OEO Club. Mrs. Harry W. Hnlnes entertains members of the Mid-Week Club at the Country Club. Friday Mississippi County Council of PTA's has meeting at Keiser School at 9:30 a.m. Ladies Bible Class has 2:30 p.m. meeting at First Methodist Church for business and social. Hostesses are Mrs. W. II. Heath. Mrs. N. W. Kyle, Mrs. Joe Scruggs, Mrs. Sally Hubler and Mrs. J. L. Lewis. . Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. w. L. Homer. Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Farr are hosts for a 7:30 p.m. business meeting ot Club 28. 'phone 31M, Dlythevillc. Arkansas. Snle subject to confirmation by the Court. Mrs, Elvn P. Foe, Administratrix Frank C. Douglas, atty. 1J12-19 ,1953 MIDWINTER SALE WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 10t 12 to 36 Months, to pay for your natural gas pipe installation No need for you lo wait any longer to enjoy natural gas service. We'll finance your complete piping inslallalion ami let you re-' pay us on low monthly installments. 12 to 36 months to pay — depending on the si/.e o/ the job. * You select your own pipe installer. \Ve pay the entire hill. Call, write, or come In anrt sec us for complete information on our convenient "pay-fls-you-enjoy" Natural Gas Pipe- Installation plan. No obligation. Ark-Mo Power Co. cetate Satin Slip 255 8-Gore You save Si.10 Now only lovely acetate sofin ilip adorned wilh pretty collon lace. In trirea favorite colors ... pink, white and black. They're so smart and Eeminlne and look ot their low sale price. They'll mak* ideal gifls for ev&ry occasion so why not Mock up now. Siies: 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, and 44. Lowest Price in Two Years Sofa Bed Covers NOTICE Carpenters Local at 209 '/j Main St. will lie Open Monday 'through Friday from S In 5. If you need fo re- moilel, repair or build Call 3372. First clnss work by union craftsmen, and information you need. After 5 p.m. Call 8747. Box \Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c Al All Times LAST TIMES TONJTE Double Feature — PLUS \\» m LURE OF THE By Sue Burnett Here is a darling little three-piece set for young girls that's a deligh to sew, so cute to wear. Gay con trastiiifr boivs trim the sleeveless drese and bonnet; cover-up jacke has a tiny collar. Pattern No/8910 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 3. 4. a, 7. a years. Size 4, ,drcss, 1% yards ol 39 inch; Jacket, I 1 /, yards; bonnet, )'. yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size de sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER, to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 37 Quincy St.. Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASH ION for t. Fall and Winter. Thi new issue is filled with Ideas fo smart, practical sewing for a ne\ season; gift pattern printed Insld tile books, 25c. teally "SOCKS" RHEUMATIC, ARTHRITIC MM Thousands are g/»tWul for UM v«r MM action of C-Q333 »p**d*nlMt« rh«um*tic, arthritic, mu*c!« p*Sn. Many calf it "the oM reliable" . . , UM C 3J23 tiin« and again to enjoy mor« plMMnt period? of fcrealer com Fort I Pric*offir»» bottle btclc if not Mtitfied. O*t C-2133, HALF NUCI SMI I 50* *' bottle, now only >2 bgitle, n*w only 1 '.>**< family »ri*« - f-ft sm M« tl limited Hnw ftflfy Tussv Wind & Weather Lotion 50olnes and smoollis against ^veather irritation anddryness... keeps hands, elbows, Iteati fcc4. iog silken-sort. SPECIAL SALE! TT. Ihe same protective 1031 in a whipped-erearned lund cream. . 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