The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 4, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1W4 - Society News - rt A M« Mollrtfv Rn/*ioK> Rrlifrnr • £l\& Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 Yom Kippur To Be Obsetyed At Temple Israel I,t. and Mrs. H. O. Partlow, Jr., left yesterday for Fort Monmouth, N. J.. where U. Parllow will be stationed, Airman 2;c James T. Capps ol Kcou Air ,, orc( , B11SC _ Illt , a home on a 30 (lay turlouuh with Ills pa- Jews everywhere will observe Yom ; If ., 1 [. i be-fore reiiorting to Camp Kippur, or the Day o( Atonement, i i/ih'vi•. N. J,. for overseas as- the most sacred holiday in the' Jewish calendar and religious year, from Wednesday nlslit until Thursday evening at, .sundown. Yom Kippur Services will be eon- l by Dr. M- .-ilKnment. Mr. mid Mr J. Hlnes Woltnri and children of Birmingham, Ala., were the guests last week ol Mrs, Welters' mother. Mrs. L. F. May, Mrs. John Tyrone and sons, Jim- (illCtl'Ci III innpn; lainvi uj *--i . ;»»- -- lied Vise, rabbi ol the Temple, at my and Javld. Mrs. Mary Alice 8 pm Wednesday, 10:30 Thursday I J^aton and Mrs E M Eaton spent "* J ' . . . • , i,,. ,,rr.»l/ 11 nH in MorrinnlK n ^ morning and 246 Ihurwlay niter- noon. At, the WednL'fiduy services which is culled Kol Nldre Services, ihe topic of the rabbi's sermon will be "Three Lonely Lives," nncl his lop- icfi Thursday will be "Our Approach to God." and "Can I Bring Him Buck Again?" The Temple Choir with Mrs. Dai- ton C. Fowlston as organist will assist Dr. Vise in these services. Two Pieces Mix And Match Leroy Boatwright, Miss Rodgers Exchange Vows in Luxora Church In a double ring ceremony Saturday afternoon at the First Methodist Church in Luxora Miss Peggy Ann Rodgers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Rotlgers, bo- came the bride of Leroy Alexander Boatwright, Jr., son of Mr. andy Mrs. Leroy Alexander Boatwright, Sr., of Holly Springs, Miss. Duplicate League Conducts Game At Hotel Noble The Blytheville Duplicate Uridgo League conducted n four tnble Howell Movement Saturday afternoon RL Hotel Noble. In the Climes, winners were Mrs W. D. Chnmblln and Mrs. Foy Etchleson. first with 48V.. points; Mrs. Hurry W. Hat not and Mrs. J. G Barnes, second with 48 points. , In Lhtrd plRce were Mrs. Henry Humphreys nncl Mrs. Samuel F. Norrlfi with 45 M. points. The Rev. W. L. DigRS. pastor of the church, officiated at the 5 p.m. ceremony. Baskets of white incume .silver sheen mums and white pom-poms and candelabra holding white tapers Interspersed with greenery and tied with poufs of white satin formed the background for Ihe wedding party. Mrs, T. L, Stanford, organist, and Mrs. R. D. Mears. soloist, provided music for 4 thc occasion. Mrs. Stanford's selections included the traditional wedding marches and strains of "Clair de . Lime," were heard during; the exchange of vows. Mrs. Menrs' selections were "I Love You Truly," "Through The Years," and "The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Gene Turner of Memphis served Miss Rodders as matron of honor and Mrs. Reba Callahan of Memphis was bridesmaid. They wore identical dresses of iridescent peacock Pakistan. The strapless bodices had insets across the front of accordion pleats. The cover-up tuxedo jackets were cut in one with French push up sleeves in serpentines to develop a low V neck. The full wall?, length skirts with impressed pleats at the waist were accentuated over horsehair tier under skirts. They carried colonial bouquets of yellow mums set in nests of maline and velvet leaves. Father Gives Bride The bride, who was Riven In marriage by her father, wore an original gown by Renee in candle- glow slipper satin. The petite basque fastened with self-covered miniature satin buttons. The decollctage heart neck was embroidered with dainty seed pearls. Long sleeves buttoned from the j elbow to the petal point over the j hand. The gathered skirt was worn over period hoops and developed into voluminious fullness extend-' ing into a modem train. Her double tier IliiRcr tip capn of inisly, French illusion, with hand rolled hems fell from n Ma- cap oi chanlilly liico and pearls. A white orchid was nestled In pout's of white French maline am: tied with white satin and si*I umld clusters of lllly-of-thc-valley. Shower ribbons fell from the complete arrangement which was mounted i a satin covnrud Bible. Mr. Roatwrifiht served bin son as best mini ami ushers were Toulman lioatwri^hi, Bill Lesley svml Roland Cochran of Holly Springs, Miss. Edwin Greene, 1U, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greene, Jr., ol Memphis \VI\R vlnR beaver. Mr.s. Rodgers wore (or hoi daughter's man-luge n rluirroa grey street length dress with black accessories and pinned a purple orchid al her shoulder. Mrs. Doatwright was gowned It a black street length will, black accessories. She was presented with a purple orchid. Itrcrption Given Following the ceremony, the bride's parents eiitei'lained with a reception in the bnsemont of the church, The bride's in Die was overlaid with an imported linen nil work rloth and centered with (he wedding cuke which was topped with a miniature bride and groom. The bride doll's dress wn.s made of lace from the groutn's mother'.s wedding gown. Base of the cake was surrounded with white 1 mums and maiden iern. Silver candelabra holding white tapers flanked this arrangement. Arrangements of mums were placed about the entertaining rooms. Those presiding at the table were Mrs. Helm Konnee of Memphis. Miss Mildred Permentor ol Memphis and , Mrs. Mary Chitfln ol Luxora. Miss Judy Rushing of Blytheville was in charge of the At the Hospitals Blylhrvlllr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. E. Kennedy. Stcele Rlchnrrl, RoscUinri Mrs. Starling Bunch, Yarbro Mrs. Be.ssiv ilMl, city Mrs. J. E. Cooper, Armorcl Lonzo wenthcrspoon, city (.'hlcknjtiiwba Hospital Di.siniM.sed: nohuul YmuiK. Stcele Mrs. Jim Rebstock and bnby, To- niatn BRimy RiiUirr, nnrili-lti Krnny'natlifi, liitrflchl Mrs. Jane McMullliiA. City Lawrt-ncc Dftcu.s, Mimilu Mr.s. Jnnc Wcl«h. city Tillmiin Williams, city You can Inke your baby for n spin in a waslnibto crib on wheels. bus n prototHive nylon net cimo- , outside covertnK and inside ing of wnshnble plnstic. sure your knives are kept sharp. You are more likely to cut yoursoll while H training to use a dull tool limn when slicing easily with a sharp one. the v/eek end in Memphis guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ponurroy, While there they attended thf: Mid-South Fair and visited the /.oo. Mr.s. Paul Muhon and Mrs. Lester Bailey of Hayti and daughter, Shirley Ann, spent the week e.nd in St. i^oui.s. They went especially to be with their father, C. E. Uinkcns, who is a patient in Barnes Hospital there, While there they visited their .sister, Mrs. Norman Marsh. Mr, and Mrs. Sonny Stircs ui Joncsboro were the week end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Dougherty and Mr. and Mrs. O. O. SLircr,. Mrs. .Walter Baker is in Malta Bend, Mo., where she Is visiting relatives, Mrs. Pearl Jenkins at Memphis is the guest of Mrs. A. M. R. Branson. Mrs. Sue Frances is in Little ROCK. Wiierc she is attending a TitiUe board meeting of beauticians. Mrs. Eliah Miles of Hot Springs will be the overnight guest of Mr, id Mr.s. Clnir Milltr. Mr. and Mrs. King Liiferney and daugnter, Kay, ot Knoxvillc. Tcnn., were the week end guests ui Mr.s. W. W. L.iferney. Pat Smothermon left yesterday lor Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. Tex., where he will enter Lnc Air Force as a cadet. Mr: and Mrs. Bob Jones and Mr, and Mrs. Tom Baldwin of Kennett were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smothermon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols ol Van Durcn. Mo., were the week end guests of Mrs. Nichols' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gorlcy Billy Miller a .student at Memphis State College was Ihe week , end guest of hl.s parents, Mr. and ! Mrs. Clair Miller. Mr.s. H. D. Hughes, Sr., and Mr.s. Josiah Forte returned home this afternoon after having spent (he week end In Memphis visiting Miss Nancy Ann Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Barnes have returned to their home in Dallas, Tex., after a vacation in Sun .luiui, Puerto Rica, ami the Virgin Islands. Mr.s. Barnes is the daughter of Mr, and Mr.s. Ear"! DH- n on. Mis.s Jane Oourtey, a student in thv Baptist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis, spent yesterday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gourley. Mr. and Mrs. Gourley arc 1 leaving tomorrow for Bogalusa, La., to make their home. Condition of Jonn Lentl who un- JOIN'S CHOHt—Boyce Freeman Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore, lelt yesterday by plane for Palm Beach, Fla., where he will join the Apollo Boys Choir, a choir which Is composed of outstanding yim« men's voices and has appeared in Blytheville. The choir will leave for a six-week concert tour. Coming Events Monday Katie Hatton YWA meets at 7:15 p.m. Wtjlcyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meets at T.30 i.m. at the church. I'he Marion Cook Circle meeU- witn Mrs. Lois Gestrlng at 7:30 p.m. and the Mildred Matthew Circle meets with Mrs. L. D. Marr at 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Members pi the CIB Bridge Club meet with Mrs. Robert McGraw. Eastsidc Garden Club meeu with Mrs. Taft Met/.gcr at 2 p.m Squeeze-over ends of opened food cans before discarding them. This precaution helps to keep children and pets from receiving painful cuts when .they're rummaging in the rubbish can, as they all do. LIGHTS IAMOND JUBILEE By Sue Burnett So young and pretty-wonderfully versatile. A good looking sleeveless blouse and skirt twosome to Interchange with similar wardrobe | Pattern No. 8166 is in sizes 11, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12. 2 3 - B yards of 13 39-inch, For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size W1UI iVll .->. 1 illL lVlKl/i£i;i HI. it fj.lii The Halloween motif and minia Uire arrangements are the theme of the program. COINS your name, address, size A m c r i c a n Legion Auxiliary j desired, and the PATTERN NUM- meels at the hut. BER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, i Members of the NN Bridge Club \ 372 \v. Quincy Street, Chicago 6,: meet with Miss Betty Ann Htirber. m Country Club Bridge League has ' - • • • •' r regular meeting. Annie Armstrong Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Howard Caldwcll at 7:30 p.m. The Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets al the home of Mr.s, Perry Darby, 903 Pecan, at 7:30 p.m. bride's book. Those assi, wilh coraag mums. Out-ot-town mi 1 Wednesday TLE Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Ji F. Scrape. Mrs. G. G. Caudill entertains the Town and Country Club at 2 p.m. nt the Country Club. The Garden Department of the cral days here visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little. Hamilton LiUJc nf Memphis was the week end guest of Mr... and Mrs. Little. Guests of .Mr. and Mrs. R. \V, Becker are Mrs. Becker's mother, Mrs. J. F. Bfibb, and her brother, Joe Babb. of Piedmont, Mo, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. week end Hood and . . of Memphis were the guests of Miss Angle F. L. Reed. I torn Holly The couple left on a wedding trip to the Smoky Mountains and Atlanta, On., the bride wearing a grey ivnti foli\ek ehei'kevcd suit with black velvet collar .She wore black accessories and pinned the orchid from her bouquet nt her shoulder. Following the trip the couple will make their home in Tupelo, Miss. dcru'ent surgery at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis last,week ts reported to be satisfactory. He is Room 3-17. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chapman and son were In Osceola yesterday ( IT visit Mrs, Chapman's .sister, were presented j Mrs. M. L. .Mayo. Mr. Mayo and baby white j son. They went especially to see Miss Barbara Brown of Norwich. from ! Enfj'nnd, who is here for several Announcing Proudly I announce that I am prepared now to serve your beauty needh at my new, modernly equipped beauty salon. Give your hair the professional care it needs, U keeps VQ:; prttlier — longer— and it costs so little. "Beautiful Hair Begins With a Permanent" OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT BERTIE'S BEAUTY SALON 135 E. Walnut J'h. 3-82R7 ! Eiifj'iind, who is here for several months as the guest of the Mayo's. Judge G. F.. Keck Is undergoing treatment at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. His daughter, Mrs. F. Don Smith, is with him. Mrs. Joe Pride, Sr.. is undergoing treatment at the Chickasawba Hospital. She is in Room A--15. Mv. nnd Mrs. ,1. K. Garner of Fayette, Miss., arc spending scv- OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS Admission 50c Children Under 12 Free with Parents TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY CARLOAD Admitted for 2 - 50<r Tickets DOUBLE FEATURE —AND- TREASURE ' mm Ml W«*« Wl HIttlAHS . u.nn NCIU.II p IM.US CARTOON "WACKY \VIfi\VA.M" The latest issue of Basic FASH-1 ION — fall and winter '54 — is j colorful, stimulating and a com- ; plcte guide in wardrobe planning for a new season. 25 cents per copy j — send [or it now. Mr. and Mr.s. R. O. Mullins and daughters. Belly Aim and Jan, >-'"•» "' l " L: '"•"- "" 1 '" 1>l . ; wore in Corning. Ark., yest.Tclay ! l'»s potluck supper at the home of ...i ,, i._ „ f Mrs ,T s H:H:t:etL at 1 p.m. Mrs. where they were the quests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Forresi and sons. Bobby and Donnie. F. B. Joyncr and W. T. Barnclt are in Pine Bluff lo attend the Woman's Club meets at the club house. Keith Bllbrcy will be guest speaker and his topic will be "Now Is The Time." Mrs. P. E. Black entertains the Wednesday Club. Thursday Mrs. Bob MetcaUe entertains the Vcndredi Club. Mrs. Q. O. Elkins entertains the Chillion Club. The Kibitczr Club meets with Mrs. Robert McHaney. Mrs. Mclvin Halsell entertains the Ln Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League has regular meeting. Ladies of the Country Club com-, piimenting new and out-of-town members with party at 8 p.m. Lottie Moon YWA meets with Miss Glcnda Ray. The Mary Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church Mrs. C. S. BagBCtt at 1 p.m. Mrs. Dula Morris is co-hostess. Friday Sudnury PTA havinp spaghetti are In Pine Bluff lo attend the supp state real estate convention. Eddie p.m. B. David will leave today for Pine Bluff. supper at school from 5:30 to 7:30 Fast AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KI.CN al 10:10 a.m. and 1 p.m. for Ritz i Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY CHARLTONHESTONin SECREtOFTHEINCAS „ A Paramount Picture Paramount News & Selected Shorts TUESDAY ONLY MGM't EXPOSING ENEMY PROPAEANM! BRAIN-WASHING III ACTION! BRAVERY UNDER TORTUREI LIFE IN THE P. O.W. CAMPS! MI PICTURES YOU NEVER _ FORGET... Ihis is one of (hem! PRISONER OF WAR n RONAIO SIEVE DEWEY Selected Shorts COMING TO RiTZ October 10 & 11 "About Mrs. Leslie" October 12, 13. M & IS "Dragnet" October 19. 20, 12 X 2i "High & Mighty" \ Portrait* of Quality The Child Art Studio Blytheville Po 3-8666 JWad Courier N«w« Classified Adi. Knows Secret Knows How to Get FAST Relief from Heartburn! Like millions of people, he has discovered that tiny Turns can bring top-speed wdief from acid indigestion and gassy heartburn whenever they occur. For Turns neutralize excess acid almost before it starts—can't cause acid rebound. No water, no mixing. You can take Tunis anywhere. Gei a handy roll of Turns today. ATTENTION RESIDENTS... Sanilation and garbage fees are due October 1st. The City Ordinance provides that nil residents are required to pay these fees which are $2.25 for three months. No other funds are available to finance this essential service. If your fees are not paid up to date please do so In the City Clerks Office at the City Hall in person or mail check payable to City of Ulylheville. City of Blytheville For Service Call 2,2282 luxurious IrT'feeling luxurious in looks...a white-beaded satin-sparked ' costume composed of perfect dress plussed with smooth- fitting jacket of spun-dyed rayon-acetate that looks for all ' the world like silk and worsted. Resists creases, /it's color-fast, wears wonderfully. Yours in grey-oxford, Westpoint Blue, antelopa. • ihei 12Vj to 22Vj. 14 to 40 S If

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