The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 8, 1953
Page 4
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r AGE FOUR BT/TTHEVTLLE f ARTC.Y COUNTER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL I, IfW Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Westbrook Larry Marry Daniel, at Church In a double ring ceremony performed this morning at the First Baptist Church by the Rev. D. B. Bledsoe of Wilson, Miss Blllle Jean Westbrook became the bride of Airman Second Class Larry Lewis Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brad Daniel. Mrs. Daniel Is the daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Henry Westbrook. Members of the family and close friends attended the wedding, which was performed In the church sanctuary. Two baskets of white .gladioli and Benef it Card Game Conducted at Club An annual benefit card party was held at the Country Club last night, wilh proceeds going lo the Easter Seal Campaign. The affair was greenery, tied with satin and illusion, stood on either side of the prie dieu, on which the couple knelt for the nuptial blessing. Mrs. "Jim Jeffries and Miss Millie Mallory presented a program of nuptial music. Mrs. Jeffries sang "Because," and "The Lord's Prayer." They were given corsages of Former Resident Is Wed in Florida Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Smith of Hendersonville, N. C., announce the marriage of theli- daughter, Miss Sylva June Smith, to Edward Everett Hardin, ITI, son of Mr. and „»«,.„.>,... Mrs. Edward Everett Hardin, Jr., poufs ,of white of Memphis, and formerly of Bly- white carnations. Mrs. Marvin Hall served Mrs. . Daniel as matron of honor and wore for the occasion, a yellow printed silk afternoon frock, with a yellow linen short jacket. Her accessories were in navy, and she was also presented a corsage of white carnations. The bride chose for her marriage a mauve and white printed silk afternoon gown, with a matching 'mauve linen bolero. She wore a small ( white hat and other accessories of ' black patent, and carried a white Bible, which was topped with a white orchid tset in a nest of illusion, from which fell a cascade of ribbons and maline. Mr. Daniel served his son as best man. Ushers were E. B. Hodge, Jr., and Marvin Hall. The couple left imediately following the wedding for Shreveport, La., to make their home, where the bridegroom Is stationed. Both are graduates of Blytheville High School. The bride attended Wilier Hawkins Business College In Memphis, and the bridegroom attended University of Arkansas. theville. The bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. Edward Everett Hardin and the late Mr. Hardin of Blytheville, and of Mrs.. J. E. Barton and the late Mr. Barton of Thoyer. Mo. The marriage was solemnized April 3 at the Taft Hotel, Miami Beach, Fla. Following a brief wedding trip, the couple will live at the Taft Hotel at 1040 Washington Avenue, Miami. He is with the Third 'Marine Air Wing and is stationed at Miami where he is a member of the band. sponsored by Country Club Dupll cate Bridge League with the aseis tancc of the Junior Auxiliary whi sponsored the seal sale this year. Mrs. C. W. Afflick was chairman of a committee composed of Mrs C. C. Counclllc, Mrs. W. D. Cham blin, O. S. Crowell and Mrs. S. E Tune. Mrn. Farrls McCalla of th Junior Auxiliary served with th commltlee. Thirty-one tables of players at prizes were given re served during Bangs To Be Worn You'll wear ringlets on your lore- head to be in the style swim this spring,' predicts hairdresser Victor Vito of New York. Or you may choose straight or Iringed bangs. But in any case bangs are the thing for little and big girls, young or old, he says. And Victor sees bangs flattering stylish ladles DUnCO LIUD in II I Mrs. Hershell Besharse entertained at her home last night for members of the Timka Bunco Club when Mrs. A. C. Smith was a guest player. Sandwiches and iced drinks were served from, the bunco tables, which were decorated with spring flowers used throughout the living room. Mrs. Howard Besharse won high, with low ping to Mrs. Clyde Perry and bunco to the hostess. from Main Street to Fifth Avenue, bridgo. Club Members Entertained All members of the La Petite Club met at the home of Mrs. Neal Gesoll yesterday for a weekly bridge game. Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms, whore the guests spent the afternoon in playing bridge. The hostess served refreshments during the afternoon. Winners were Mrs. Rupert Oraf- ton, first place, Mrs. F. E. 0tley, second, and Mrs. Eric Whltley, 5 Calvary Circles Conduct Meetings rive circles of the Calvary Bap- son and Mrs. Eddie Ford, Jr., after tist Women's Missionary Union met In the homes of members on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Buddy Cockran was hostess to members of the Edith Montroe Circle for Bible study, who led the study and conducted the business. Mrs. Henry McCain and Mrs. Pleas Rambo led the prayers. Mrs. Jack Tapp was hostess for Bible study given by Mrs. Jack Atlaway for members of Hie Ola Lee Circle. Mrs. R. E. Smothers presided In the business session, when Mrs. Leon Robertson was elected communion missions chairman. Mrs. DarreH Lunsford led a program discussion, and the president closed the meeting with prayer. Members of the Edith Rose Weller Circle met with Mrs. Bill Hardin for a circle program, led by Mrs. T. C. Hopper. Mrs. Jack Vowell gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Jim Davis presided during the business session. Those taking parts on the pr-isrrtm were Mrs. Hardin, Mrs. Vo»Ml, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Ruth Wil- Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At AD Times WED -THURS Double Feature NnNClOlSON-MSABK^ ».WARNER BROS —Plus— I. ROOtfll ftllOWS mic« which Mrs. Hardin led the benediction. Mrs. Carra Pruitt entertained members of the Irene Brannum Circle nt her home. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Brannum, and Mrs. Larry Byrum presided In the business session. Mrs. C. W. West was in charge qf the program, with Mrs. Ona Peoples, Mrs. Eula Lewis, Mrs, Byrum and Mrs. West assisting her. Mrs. Bob Coleman was hostess to members of the Z. T Rankln Circle, and gave the opening prayer. Mr.s. Joan Hudson presided and a prayer service was conducted, after which Mrs. L. D. Marr dismissed. Refreshments were served in social hours, which followed the meetings. tended, and ta' Refreshments \ th evening. In the Duplicate League group nine tables of players attended First place winners were Mrs. B. A Lynch and Mrs. R. F. Klrshner, with second going to Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. O. W. Copedge. Thiid place went to Mr. and Mrs George Wiggs, with fourth going to Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. W. A Afflick. Garden Club Has Meeting in Home Members of the East Side Garden Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, when Mrs. A. D. Priest presiding, Mrs. B. A. Bugs read a poem and Mrs. Ivereon Morris gave a prayer. The group discussed several flowers shows, which are to he held in nearby cities, planned their motto, flower, and colors for the coming season. In the arrangements contest Mrs. Lee Stiles won first, the hostess won second, and Mrs. J. W. Maloney won third. They exchanged plants, and were erved refreshments in the social hour. Study Group Meets at Church Members of tho Study Group of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met at the church Monday afternoon for a program when Mrs. W. D. Cobb presided at the meeting. Mrs. James Rainwater Was program lender and those who gave talks were Mrs. James Terry, Mrs. Sum Hanley, Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. C. A. Tant, Mrs. Eric Whltley, Mrs. J. O. Ellis, Mrs. L. L. Ward, Mr». John McHaney and Mrs. Cobb. Mrs. Rainwater offered prayer, and Mrs. Cobb served as. worship lender and gave the offertory prayer. Mrs. Russell Hays took the offering. Following a hymn, sung by the group, the missionary benediction dismissed them. Hostesses were Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., and Mrs Frank Brown Mrs. Jeffries Is to Club Mrs. Jim Jeffries was hostess at the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Allco Eaton, last night to members of the H;.N. Bridge Club. All members of the club attended the dessert bridge. Miss Vivian Taylor won first place and brldgo In the games, with scc- onl going to Miss Betty Ann Harber. White and purple Iris and Jonquils were used by the hostess to,decorate the entertaining rooms. LAST TIMES TONITE — PLUS— Special Short "Operation A-Bornb" i n Technicolor Special Short "Operation A-Bomb" RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Robert. Weidman & Family Mr. & Mrs. Pete Burnlmm & Family Mr. & Mrs. U. B. Abbott & Family Mr. & Mrs. Earl Wilson & Family THURSDAY & FRIDAY wiih RAY COLLINS-BOOIL MILLER Also Paramount News & Selected Shorts CARTOON: Mice Paradice RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Jack Robertson & Family Mr. & Mrs. Ruby Brogdon & Family Mr. & Mrs. I.uther Fierce & Family 'Mr. & Mrs. Don Whitney Dan Atkins, nephew of Miss Mar'.e Harnish of Blytheville, returned to Ouachlta College in Arkadclphia yesterday after spending a spring vacation here. Leon Oennlng has been removed from the Blythuville Hospital to hlb home, following emergency surgery Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hearnsbcrgei and son. have returned from Por- dyce, Ark., where they spent the week end with Mrs. Hearnsberger'n mother, Mrs. Roland Hearnsberger. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Qooch have returned to their home. on Tenth Street after spending several weeks In Campbell's Clinic, Memphis where Mr. Gooch was a patient. Bob Lee Smith and Ott Mullins were in Memphis yesterday on business. One hundred and fifty members of the Blytheville High School Choir and Glee Clubs, under the direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry left this morning for Hot Springs, where they will remain until Saturday, for a Choir convention. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Z. Goings, Sr., plan to spend the week end visiting their eon, Luther Goings, Jr., and Mrs. Goings. Jr., in Little Rock, where he Is a student In pharmacy school there. Mr. Goings will attend the 1953 Arkansas Sales Congress Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Odom and daughter, Debrah, of Mount Clemens, Mich., are. visiting her mother, Mrs. J. H. Murdock and other friends and relatives here. Mrs. Edward B. Akcns is a patient at Walls Hospital, where she is to undergo surgery at Walls Hospital today. She is in Room 213. hoir Concert To Be Held Here The Ouachita College Choir, Ar- kndelphia, under the direction of Pred Becker, will present a program of sacred music tonight at 7:30 at the First Baptist Church, Mr. Becker is a former minister of music and education of the First Baptist Church. The choir Is on a spring tour of Arkansas. The public has been invited. Trinity WMU Has Business Meeting Members of Circles One and Two of the Woman's Missionary Union of the Trinity Baptist Church met at the church Monday afternoon for a business session, conducted by Mrs R. W. Wooten. Mrs. C. B. Webb gave the open- Ing prayer, and Mrs. David McPeake gave the devotional.. They were dismissed with prayer by Mrs. 'eg^ry Buchanan. Miss Bernice Overman was hostess that night to eight members of ;he Business Women's Circle, with one guest, Mrs. R. M. Koonce, who taught the lesson. After prayers by Mrs. Ernest Walker and Mrs. Wilie Henson, they were dismissed and refreshments were served. Worth Holder Speaks at PTA Worth Holder spoke at Sudbury Parent-Teachers Association Father's night last night at the school when Gilbert Smythc presided. VV. J. Cupples gave the secretary's report, and Harold Sudbury gave the treasurer's report. After the business session, E. D. Swanner, program chairman, introduced J. P. Friend, who gave the devotional, "A God-Centered Home." Mr. Holder spoke on the sewer system, and E. M. Terry, Jr., showed slides of the present conditions. King La Ferney took the room count, which was won by Miss Beatrice Hargett and Miss Gertrude Sampson. Following the medting, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moxley served refreshments. Sew-Easy Togs For Tots '8763 6 moi. • 4 fit. By Sue Burnett A complete outfit for the smallest family members. Dress, undies for sister and a neat romper for brother. Fun to sew. Pattern No. 8763 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 6 months, 1, 2, 3, 4 years. Size I, dress. 1V4 yards 39-inch; underwear, IX yards; romper, % yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER lo Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St.. Chicago 6. 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASH- 1011 for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift lattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK OPENS TONITE! FREE TO EVERYONE! OPENING NITE FEATURE Also Cartoon & "Little Rascals" Comedy 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! THURSDAY & FRIDAY FEATURE First Showing in BlytheYille ' BLASTING OUT OF KOREA! Front Line Story of the Combat Camramen! EXTRA! 2 CARTOONS ADULTS 50c! KIDS FREE WITH PARENTS CLEAN & SANITARY CONCESSION BAR! Hot Dogs — Soft Drinks — Pop Corn Candy — Ice Cream Graduation or Yearbook Photo Can Spell Glamour for Teens When applying cake makeup, again. It Is better for you to put on your own lips than to take a chance on those a retoucher will supply In lieu of the messy job you've done. Factor suggests putting It on with a dripping sponge. This, he says, givei a uniform face covering in the thinnest possible film. If cream Is used, dot It on from the stick in freckle-like daubs, and blend It over your face with wet fingertips. After the foundation is set, apply powder extravagantly with a puff, but remove all surplus powder with a brush, he advises. Accent your eyebrows with a pencil sharpened to a fine wedge-shaped point. Use it in hair-line strokes. If the line of the brows is no 1 )-de- script, re-shape them for your photograph by giving, brows a more arch-like rise. The combination of black and brown pencils used in hair-like strokes Is most effective for some people. Brush over the brows to diffuse too-obvious pencil marks or to reduce intensity of color with a powder puff. Lash make-up can work wonders in helping you to charm the camera. But be careful not to elave little clots of mascara which might, reflect photographic shadows. Apply mascara very carefully to give lashes a nice upsweep without making them look artificial. If lashes stick together after being coated by inexperienced hands, separate lushes carefully after you make them up. Cheek rouge creates unwanted shadows, so do not use it. Clear red lipstick helps make lips look more natural in a photograph. A too-dark shade will photograph too black and a too-light shade such as pink and coral would likely fade out. Factor emphasizes that the application of lipstick is all-Important to the picture. Put It on smoothly and evenly with a brush, then fill it in. If you make a mistake In the outline, erase it carefully and start over Coming Events Wednesday Mrs. J. C. Ellis is hostess to members of the Town and Country Club. Deltonian Chapter of Delphian Society has meeting at 10 a.m. at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Lewis Henderson is hostess to members, of the CIB Club. Chapter "D" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. W. I. Denton at the Arkansas Chop Suey Cottage. Yarbro PTA has 2:30 pm. meeting, with 2:15 executive board meeting. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Chester Scoot, Cooler Leon Oennlng, City Earl Griffin,' City Mrs. Percy Crow, City Mrs. Jim Jlles, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ed Branch. Cooler Mrs. Joe McCall, City Russell Gill, Manila Sharon McNair, City Truffles grow in bunches a few inches underground. Oriptfrutt l» io-«tU«l Hm» of the habit of Utt blf MMi rf (rowing In oluit«n at treat I or four to a dona, bunchei of gltnt (rap** H th« grapefruit dlfftn from other citrus fruit*, whlek arc borne singly or at most la two* or threes. Air over every aquart mil* of the earth's surface contains 32 million tons of nitrogen. crosomc A Baldwin-built Acrosonic Piano in your home will add a wealch of musical enjoyment. It has beauty, stamina, and a tonal capacity amazing in so compact aa instrument. See one . . . hear one ... play one and you will have no other piano. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. 208 West Main Phone ) W. ADAMS, Mgr. ' —Good Reconditioned Piano; 2071 ORKIN'ESTABLISHED 1901 -ORKIN EXTERMINATING COMPANY Announces the Opening of a BRANCH OFFICE IN BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. COMPUTI PEST CONTROL Bonded Termite Control ORKIN EXTERMINATING.COMPANY, INC. "World's Largest Pest Control Ca." Ill South 2nd Street-Call 8233 fbf Coke There's a reason for these familiar red coolers in food stores. A pause for a Coke lifts the spirit—makes shopping easier. IOTTLEO UNDER AUTHORITY OF 7ME COCA.COIA COMfANY IT COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF BLYTHEVILLI "Coki" It o ngltlmd tiodt-mofk. I»J1, THS COCA'COIA COMWHT

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