FACE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society News »ll/-\t-\7 Q/i^iof-v FlrHtnr • Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Dougherty Entertained at Kitchen Shower Miss Marilyn Dougherty, who will become the bride of Buell Wilson Stires Sunday at the First Baptist Church at 4 pjn., was complimented last night with a kitchen show- Hostesses lor the affair were Mrs. H. B. Oakes. Mrs. lone Gore and daughter, Miss Donna Sue. The table from which refreshments were served was overlaid with » white linen cutwork cloth and centered with an arrangement of zinnias, periwinkle and verbena. Miss Dougherty wore a black polished coton with white accesones and was presented a novelty corsage and gift irom her hostesses. In the games played during the evening, winners were Miss Dougherty and Mrs. O. O. Stires. Gueste of the group were Mrs. L. A. Dougherty, the bride-elect's mother, and Mrs. Stires, the groom- elect's mother. Hubbard Sons Given Party at Country Club George and BUI Hubbard. sons of Mr. and Mrs, George Hubbard, Jr., •were entertained with a birthday party at the Qountry Club yester- dav morning. Favors of balloons and horns were presented the children and they drew gifts from a grab bag. The table from which refreshments were served was centered with a clown cake Late News in Daytimers Miss McHenry Complimented At Luncheons Miss Wade McHenry was entertained with a luncheon at the Peabody Hotel on Tuesday by Mrs. David "sioas of Portageville, Missouri. Mrs. Sloas will serve as matron of honor in Miss McHenry's wedding which will be solemnized Tuesday, August 17th at the Presbyterian Church in Osceola. Miss McHenry's mother and grandmother, Mrs. R. L. Houlk and Mrs. T. P. Hudson of Luxora were special guests along with members of the wedding party. The bride- elect was given an orchid corsage by the hostess and was also presented a pair of silver candelabra. Miss McHaney chose a brown and white printed summer cotton for the occasion. Miss McHenry "also was entertained with a luncheon at the Admiral Benbow Inn in Memphis Thursday by Miss Ann McGehee of Paris, Tenn. and Miss Dorothy Harris of Marianna, who will serve as bridesmaids in Miss McHenry's wedding. Guests included the bride- elect's grandmother. Mrs. T. P. Hudson of Luxora, and several Southwestern classmates of Miss McHenry's. Miss McHenry was given a cor- sase of white roses by the hostesses. She chose a black and white summer cotton for the luncheon. Luncheon Given In Memphis by Mrs. Pollard Mrs. W. J. Pollard entertained with a luncheon at Hotel Peabody in Memphis Thursday complimenting several ladies who were with ler on the European tour which she made last year. Preceding luncheon, the group met in the Jacobean Room for in- 'ormal entertainment. The luncheon was held in the Venetian Room with the guests seated at a long table overlaid with white inen and centered with an arrangement of white Fugii mums, carnations and chrysanthemums in a wrought iron container. Each of the guests were present- led with a white carnation cor- jage. Mrs. George Pyles of Blytheville was a guest of the group. Banquet Given Baptist Group A fellowship Banquet was held by members of the Calvary Baptist Church Thursday night. The tables were centered with arrangements of red and white flowers. Following the dinner the group attended the revival services which are being conducted -at their church. -dNueve Bridge Hub Has Meeting Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertained members of the LaNueve Bridge ub Thursday a 1 ! me Dixie Pig. Small arrangements of sweet- peas and roses centered the tables where the guests were seated. Winners in the- games played during the afternoon were Mrs Soleman Stevens, high, Mrs. Lynn Hughes, second high, and Mrs. R. E. Green, bridgo. Mrs. Cecil Branson of New Orleans was a guest of the group. The hostess served a dessert course. Birthday Party Given For Michael McGhee Mrs. Joe McGhee entertained her two-year-old son, Michael Joe McGhee, with a party at the home of Mrs. Joe Atkins yesterday afternoon. Favors of hats and balloons were presented the children and refreshments of cake, ice cream and drinks were served. Mrs. Wells Becomes James Garner's Bride In a ceremony performed in Hernando, Miss., yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Madge Wells became the bride of James Garner. The ceremony was solemnized in the study of the Rev. M. C. Whitten, pastor of the Baptist Church. 8027 12-42 By Sue Burnett Wonderfully smart for a new season is this slimming- daytime dress featuring a side closing accented with oversize buttons. Pattern No. 8027 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, short sleeves, 4 J / 4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, ..end 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTER NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, HI. Basic FASHION fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas i'c. every woman who sews for herself ana her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. JOHNSON GRASS KILLER 9% Pure Sodium Chlorate 700 16. Drum * $ 12" Webb Culvert Tile Co. Hiirhw»T 61 at State Lin* Phone OS borne 5-S414 At the Hospitals -Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Fulton Ellis, city Mrs. Mary Murphy McArthur. Steele Mrs. Lucille Saliba, city Mrs. Gladys E. Reagan, city Mrs. Edward Brown and baby, city Mrs. Julian Carnell, Jr., city Elmer Stone, city CRAZY LEGS —In his new Paris collections, Jacques Fath stresses femininity. One of the stressers is stockings like these, with black Chantilly lace medallions appliqued on nylon. OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! .........*..-.— -*~—-.—..-...-. SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program j^r rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-450? Hoars: 8 ».m. to 9 p.m. with Delivery to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 121 Weil Main St. Blythtville'i Only Exclusive Children's Shop 119 SMIII ••eond Street v^KMyiiV':*- FASTEST DRAMA ON TWO WHEELS! .HUMPHREY June , BOGART ALLYSON BATTIE CIRCUS RALPH MEEKER-ELAINE STEWART SALLY FORREST-KEENANWTNN ROBERT HORTOHAMES CRAIG Plus Cartoon 'Lucky Number 1 SUNDAY & MONDAY You'll SCREAM-With Laughter' Wttl JEW' MART/N LEWIS warn- ommm SCARED STIFF DfrtttM by OCODOF MAfKHAU • Strwp»*y by * WOT «AW» mi '<VAITT» DntCM • «M1<Ml < DuU^ii t>r fO SWKWS •* mat* ttM • BJW) M i |Kiy !>» W ta% M WwHi * GM«r< Plm Two Color Cartooni: "Cracktd Quock" & "Will Oiltd' ADMISSION 50e CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Bits of News t Guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt and son are Mrs. Holt's mother, Mrs. W. C. Moore and her brother, William C. Moore, and her sister, Mrs, Robert L Bilbrey, and daughters, Rose Leigh and Melinda, from Cooksville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Holt's daughter, Mrs. William T. Stewart, Mr. Stewart and children of Ne\v Madrid will arrive today for the week end. Mrs. Herbert Joyner and son, Herbert Lee, spent Thursday in Memphis where they visited Mrs. Joyner's sister, Mrs. Walter Chamberlain, and Mr. Charriberlain. Those from Blytheville who will attend the Arkansas Student Council Workshop at State Teachers College in Conway, Aug. 15-20 are :eroy Hall, president of Blythe- viile High School Student Council, Arden Cuadra, treasurer. Peggy Taylor, secretary, and Joe Ray, president of the Junior Class. They will be chaperoned by Miss Franes Bowen, sponsor of the Student Council. Herbert Joyner, who is working in Mexico, Mo., is spending the week end here with his family. Mrs. Ed Stacy is spending several days in Memphis. Ernest Roe left today *or Griffin, Ga., where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. John Ed Clouse, Dr. Clouse and their three children. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hall announce the birth of a daughter this morning at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Hall is the former Miss Roxanne Johnson. Edward Lee Pipkin, son of Mrs. Lucille Glenn Pipkin, is the re- cipiant of a General Scholarship awarded this week at Washington University in St. Louis, where he is a senior in the College of Liberal Arts. Francis Woods, who has been a patient in Chickasawba Hospital, was returned to his home today. His condition is reported to be improved. Mrs. Velda Willingham and daughter, Sara, have returned from Little Rock where they visited their daughter and sister, Dorothy, who is a patient in Baptist Hospital there. Her condition is reported to be improved. Pvt. 1/C Charles Henderson, who has been stationed at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis, Ind., is spending a furlough here with his Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Pvt. Henderson is being transferred to Fort Bliss, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. John L. James and children. Johnnie, Susan and David, of Topeka. Kans., are the guests of Mrs. G. W. Smith and family. Mrs. James is the former Miss Beverly Jean Thorpe of here. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cobble of Rogersville, Tenn., are the parents of twin sons born yesterday at Holston Valley Hospital in Kingsport, Tenn. They have another son, Clark Robert. Mrs. Cobble is tfce former Miss Ernestine Smith, daughter of Mrs. G. W .Smith. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls, Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. Lillian Frank were in Jonesboro last night for the graduation exercises at Arkansas State College where Mrs. Joe Walls received her degree from the College of Education. OSCEOLA NEWS Mr, and Mrs. R. K. Grover and children of Wichita, Kans., are here for a two-week visit with Airs. Grover's parents, Mr, and Mrs! W, W. Watson, Jr. Mrs. Grover is the former Miss Joanne Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Weinberg and daughters have returned home after a visit in Clarksdale, Miss Mrs. L. C. Hudson is spending 10 days visiting friends in Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Lalah Coble is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Moran, in Memphis for several days. The Widows Pitch Club met with Mrs. L. C. Husdon Thursday evening. An ice course preceded the games of cards. Miniature arrangements of liliput zinnias cen- tere the tables. Mrs. George Doyle, Sr., Miss Ruth Massey and Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr were guests. Mrs. Tinsley Driver won high club prize and Mrs. Doyle won high guest prize. Mrs. Ray Morgan invited her sister, Mrs. A. H. Mullins, to play bridge with her club when it met with her Thursday. A dessert course was served. . Mrs. Wallace Hoke was nostess to her bridge club Wednesday. A dessert course was served at the Seminole Club where the guests later played bridge. Mrs. Joe Rhodes, Sr., is visiting her son, Jim Rhodes, and family in Hammond. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell, a daughter of Mrs. Rhodes, of St. Charles, Mo., will join Mrs. Rhodes. After a visit in Hammond, Mrs. Rhodes will go home with Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell for a visit of several days, returning home on September 1. Bill Watson of New Iberia, Ind., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson, Jr. A family fish-fry was given Bill in the back yard, Wednesday night Mrs. Joplin Hale is a patient at Osceola Memorial Hospital. Club 36 met Thursday night at the Rebel Club. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simmons of Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Rene George of Blytheville and Mrs. Morris Rosenthal of St. Louis. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. ad Mrs. Clyde Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Crane, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Colbert and Mr. and Mrs. Max Hart. The Town and Country Canasta Club met with Mrs. David Laney Thursday. Mrs. Laney served her guests a summer-time luncheon. Colorful flowers added a party- look to the weekly meeting. Mrs. H. E. Phillips and Mrs. Jack Uz- zelle were guests. Mrs Searcy Mears was high score winner in the afternoon games of canasta. Mrs. W. W. Watson, Jr., drove to Little Rock to meet her son, Donald, who is a student in Austin, Tex. Donald will resume his studies in two weeks. Velvet Hats Are Big News Now By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Fashion Editor Time was when the well-dressed woman wore a 'velvet or felt hat in winter, changed to straw in summer. But times have changed. One of the top fashions of this season is the summer velvet, hat. So popular have these nattering velvets become that hat manufacturers are New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Shipp and daughters, Betty Sue and Lucille, of Holly Springs, Miss., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stephenson and daughter, Mary Tom, spent the week end at Kewanee, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and son. Billy, motored to Cairo, HI., and Wicliff, Ky., Wednesday. Ronnie Epperson, who underwent an appendectomy at the Chickasawba Hospital, is now at his home. His condition is reported to be improved. Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Stephenson and family have returned to their home in South Gate, Calif., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M Wilson. Lowry Vick and daughter, Miss Mamie Vick, of Holly Springs, Miss., and K. L. Busby and Miss Shirley Stanton of Memphis, Tenn. : have returned to their homes after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook. thinking of reversing the seasons, and trying out straws for winter. The little black velvet hat for August and early fall .has been gaining ground for several years, but this is the first season when velvet hats of all sizes, shapes and colors are seen in mid-summer. You'll find them in all price ranges, from the expensive Paris imports and custom made models at $45 and up, to little hat bar numbers that can be bought for pin money. Whatever their price , these new summer velvet hats are smart and new-looking, especially in color. You'll be seeing them in yellow, violet, silver gray, raspberry pink, tangerine and white, in addition to the traditional black. You'll• find them in dramatic cartwheels and little chignon twists, to fit over the bun at the back of your-head. If you want to be ultra-smart, add velvet gloves to match. TUES. and WED. -August 17 & 18— See Yourself or Your Friends in the Movies and hit CnY«UCKER» WDOYHACXm HUGHOHttAN ADElEJEKGfNS'IOMMOWN "This Is Your Town" Home Town Movies of Blytheville, Ark. Electrical & Plumbing Supplies For That Hard to Find Item — See Us. General Hardware And Appliance Co. 109 W Main Phone 3-4585 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature r==^" •& —^3, =V UNIVfSTMJNIBNATIONAl hmrti I .,- *•: 'J^\^y>".tK-^f. JEFF CHANDLER Tr- -arrmw- V^^NARILYN MAXWELL . JOHN SUTTQN -JAY C.FLIPPEN —AND— Coming Events MONDAY The Circles of the First Methodist Church are meeting in the homes of their members this week. Circle One meets with Mrs. Loy Wjelch, Circle Two meets with Mrs. Jb'hn Lane, Circle Three meets with Mrs. John Featherston, Circle Four meets with Mrs. Henry Humphreys, Circle Five meets with Mrs. Robert Warren, Circle Six meets with Mrs. C. C. Czeschin and Circle Seven meets with Mrs. W. H. McNam.ee. Circles of the First Baptist Church meet in the homes of members. Circle one meets with Mrs. Leslie Moore, Circle two meets with Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Circle Three meets with Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Circle Four meets with Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Sr.. Circle Five meets with Mrs Lloyd Stickmon, Circle Six meets with Mrs. C. L. McWaters and Circle Seven meets with Mrs. E. L. Hale. Katie Hatton YWA meets at the church at 7:15 p.m. Jewel Abernathy and Evelyn Stanford Circles of the Trinity Baptist Church meet at the church at 2 p.m. The Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs Jack Christie at 7:30 p.m. Women of The Church of the Presbyterian Church meet Monday afternoon. The Executive Board j meets at 2:30, the Circles meet at 2:45 and a General Meeting will be held at 3 p.m. TUESDAY Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets with Mrs. Jack Owens for a potluck supper at 7 p.m. Marion Cook Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. C S. Birmingham at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Leon Denning entertains members of the Octave Club. Members of the Tri-Town Bridg* Club meet with Mrs. Worth Holder, Miss Melba Pryor entertains NN Bridge Club. Country Club Bridge League hai regular meeting. WEDNESDAY Members of Club Eight with Mri. Paul Jobe. THUKSDAY Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Mrs. S. E. Torjusen entertains members of the Chillion Club. Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. SATURDAY Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble at 1 p.m Good advice also is to have another suit and alternate the wearing. You Can't Beat Hubbard's 1-TON Air Conditioner Latest Model Save $100 Hubbard & Son Furniture IRIS for SALE Many Fine Iris From Loyd Whittaker's Gardens of 200 Varieties. Half Catalogue Price Mrs. Russell Phillips Chickasawba at 10th Sis. My Office Will Be ! Closed Until Aug. 23rd H. C. Sims M.D. Serial "Gunfighter" No. 5 & Cartoon "Lunch With Punch" Sun., & Mon. Double Feature Prwowwad Ht-VA-RO (MiADMONTBW Of TMt AMAZON) ttarring —AND— JKM SUM*- *«•*<«, * motwo WMM M mm mjaar • AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Bit* & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program T/»lRON GlOVE —AND— TECHNICOLOR Jtiwi ft* by JESSE L IASKT, O, DeMUON SCOTT nd DflUOJU I Kffil mxM tij S* KATZKM •«:•«* iy *UJW CK1U ISLAND" With Virginia Grey & Barton Mac Lane SUNDAY & MONDAY M.C-M n'tmed* it in COLOR in Egypt! WLEYoF THE KINGS An M-G-M Picture «!t»H^^^#:^^ Par. News & Cartoon "Little School Mouse' COMING TO THE RITZ August 22-23-24-25 'GONE WITH THE WIND' On Wide Screen With Sterophenic Sound Cinemascope Pictures Coming Soon Garden Of Evil • Broken Lance • Three Coins In The Fountain • Demetrius And The Gladiators • River Of No Return '
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