The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 13, 1953
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PAGE BLVTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS oce Put Mullin*. Society Editor ty Fhon* 4461 Couple Marries In Home Ceremony In a double ring ceremony performed Saturday evening, Miss Joan Elites, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Estes, became the bride of Loy A. Crews, Jr., son of the Rev. and Mrs. Loy A. Crews, Sr., all of Blythevllle. The Rev. Mr. Crews pastor of the pilgrim Holiness Church of Hayti, officiated at the exchange of vows at their home at 2005 West Cherry Street. Red roses used in profusion, provided decorations for the occasion. Mrs. Claudine Beasley of Fcrrest City, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. She was dressed in an afternoon dress of powder blue with accessories and hat in natural color, and pinned at her shoulder a corsage of red rosebuds and silver leaves. Charles E. Crews served his brother as best man. For her marriage, the bride chose a dress of pale pink sheer over nylon with a hat of matching pink and white accessories. Her corsage wss of gardenias, encircled with white rosebuds. A reception at the home ol the bridegroom's parents followed the wedding. Miss Joyce Faylor and the bride's mother presided at the refreshment table. The couple is now at home at 917 Mrs. L.-A. Crews, Jr. Anderson Street. Both attended Blythevllle High School. The groom Is employed by BIytheville Canning Company, and Mrs. Crews is acfio- ciated with Superior Termite Company. Country Club Scene of Party Mrs. Garrard Caudill was hostess «t the Country Club yesterday to members and guests of the Trl- Town Bridge Club. Guests Included Mrs. Gean Atkinson and Mrs. E. E. Green. Dessert was served preceding the bridge games, from the card tables, which were centered with pink roses combined with daisies. In crystal budvaees. Iced drinks were served later in the afternoon during the games. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. James Terry, first place, and Mrs. Green, second place. Seniors Honored At Dinner Party Members of the Dell High School Senior Class were honored with a dinner party given at the Razorback Drive-In here by the Baptist Church of Dell. Hostesses for the church were Mrs, Ed Hardln, Mrs. C. A. Smith, Mrs. Harry Cook and Mrs. Udell Newoom. Guests Included their sponsor, Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, whom they presented s corsage of white rose buds, and their superintendent, A. E. Caldwell. White and pink peonies, combined with pink rose buds formed decorations for the "T" shaped table at which they ate. Miniature blue caps, diplomas and gold placecards adorned the table. Luncheon Given For Bridge Club Mrs. Vfirnon Thomasson was a guest of Mrs. 0. E. Crlgger, yester- dny, when ehe entertained with a luncheon for members of the Tuesday aft.ernoon Club. Luncheon was served from the dining table, which was centered with a low crystal bowl brimming with yellow snapdragons, and yellow rosebuds, .backed with swirls of lacy fern. Bridge games provided the afternoon's entertainment. Winners were Mr. W. C. Hlgginson nnd Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, first and second places;' 6 Presbyterian Circles Meet Members of six Circles of Women of the First Presbyterian Church met at the homes of members Monday afternoon and evening for Bible study. Members of Circle One met at the home of Mrs. .;. W. Fields with Mrs. T. O. Huey co-hostess to the 15 members and two cucsU attending. Mrs. Edgar Borum, chairman, presided. Mrs. C. M. Gray gave the Bible study. Mrs. Znl Harrison presided over the business in circle Two at the home of Mrs. Curtis Bennett, with Mrs. F. B. Joyner as co-hostess to the 11 members. Mrs. G. W. Dllla- hunty gave the Bible study. Mrs. Jess Homer, chairman, presided at Circle Three meeting at the home of Mrs. Johnny White, with Mrs. Henry Layson as co-hostess to the 14 members attending. Mrs. S. B. Tune taught the Bible study. Mrs. C. C. Councllle was hostess and Mrs. J. P. Pride and Mrs. I. M. Castllo were co-hostesses to 13 members of circle Four. Mrs. Herman Carlton gave the Bible lesson. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty. Jr., was hostess and Mrs. Fred Sandefur was co-hostess to Circle 'ive members. Mrs. Sandefur gave the Bible study. Mrs. A. S. Harrison presided. Members of Circle Six met al the church with Mrs. Julian Wilson and Miss Mary Outlaw as hostesses. Miss Lois Fields presided at the meeting, attended by 11. Mrs. Newton Vlck taught the lesson, and Miss Outlaw, who is to teach in Osceola next year, was given a gift. Beta Sigma Phi Conducts Meeting Membeis of the Alpha Delia - Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met last night at the home of Mrs. Harold Wood, for a program meeting, with Mrs. Barney Crook as leader. The program, "Speech, Action. Thought," was given with the as* sistance of Mrs. Henry Dodd, Mrs. James Edwards and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell. Mrs. Orlle Parker presided during the business session following, in which the group voted to meet once each month during the summer. Baskets of spring flowers were seen throughout the living room, where guests were entertained. Coke and ice cream were served following the meeting. La Petite Club Is Entertained Members of the La Petite Club were entertained nt the home ot Mrs. Eric Whltley yesterday after noon, with a dessert bridge. Peonies were used to form labl' centerpieces, and formed other bou quets throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Whitley took first place In the afternoon's bridge Raines, with second going to Mrs. Charles Gerald, who was a guest of the club, and brldgo to Mrs. Rupert Crafton. Number Nine WMS Has Business Meeting Members nf Hie Women's Missionary Society of Number Nine Baptist Church met Monday at the home of Mrs. C. L. Belt. Scripture was read by Mrs. Raymond Whittle, alter which prayer wa» offered by Mrs. Carl Webster. The group repeated their watchword, and In the regular order of business, discussed a campaign to enlist members. Refreshment* were served follow ing the meeting. Al the Hospitals Illytlicvlllc Hospital Dismisccl; Mrs. Fletcher Fisher, City Mrs. A. JaiTott, City Mrs. Roy Kirksey, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Kenneth Gammill, Manila Viola Wilson. City Mrs. C. C. Dentori, City ....or for keeps? Prudential Special Agent L. E. Old can show you a mortgage protection plftti that will make sure that your wife will never have to put a "For Sale" sign on your home. Call today and let him show you the way. L E. OLD Special Agent f. 0. Box 33 Tel,: 3683 Blythevltle, ArK, Tl Vrudential INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA JOOlHWKIfKN HOMt OFKI HOUSTON, TIXA1 Bridge Club Entertained Miss Melba Pryor was hostess at .he home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Paul Pryor. last, evening to members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Winner* of the week's bridge game were Miss Susie Taylor, first ilacc, and Mrs. Russell Simpson, second place and brldgo. Following the games. Miss Pryor served a dessert course. Members, Guests Of Dell WSCS Meet Mrs. Earl Kennet was hostess to 28 members, three guests, Mrs. C. P. Dodson, Mrs. Harry Griffin of Flint, Mich., and Mrs. R. A. Wall, and a new member, Mrs. Charles F. Armstrong, of the Dell Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church. Mrs. R. B, Crawford gave the devotional and others on the program were Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. Jack Lewis, and Mrs. Kennett. Prayer was offered by Mrs. J. R. Gill, after which Mrs. R. O. Edwards presided during the business. Final plans were made for the May breakfast, which is to be held Saturday morning. In yie social hour, which followed, the hostess served refreshments. Installation Held By Wesleyan Guild Members of the Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church met at the church Monday night to honor their husbands and other guests with a banquet pr ceding the installation of officers. The Rev, Hoy I. Bngley installed the officers In fellowship hall of the church, where the banquet was held. Officers include Mrs. W. W. Peek, president; Miss Mary Hubler, vice president: Mrs. Frank Ashby, recording secretary; Mrs. Listen Mrs. L. O. Wilson, Mri. B. O. Gill and her. granddaughter, Charlotte Fay Bennett, have just returned from a 10-day vacation In Texas. They visited Mrs. Gill'i daughter, Miss Joyce Gill at Arlington, Tex., and her grandson, William Brqxton GUI. a student at Baylor in Waco. They were the guests of friends at Enice. Tex., returning home. Since returning, Mrs. Gill has received word that her grandson, in Waco, wa.i not Injured In the recent tornado. Huiry Damon McLcod, who has been a patient at Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphlfi for more than two months, has been removed to his home here. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Phillips of Avant, Okla., arrived today to be the guests of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Doris Phillips, and their grandchildren, Chudc, C. A. and Cathy Phillips, through the week end. Delma and Doreta Vanhooser, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. J. V. Vanhooser of Smithville. Tenn., are spending two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E Neal. Mrs. Connie Eskridge has returned to her home from San Antonio, Tex., where she was a guest of her son, Thomas C. E*ridge. Margaret Holder, daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. Worth Holder, was admitted to Baptist Hospital in Memphis yesterday. David Holder, their son, who has been a patient there for the past weelc, is reported to be improved. Margaret was motored to Memphis by Mr. Holder and her grandmother, Mrs. Herma Shepherd who have returned. Mrs. Holder is remaining with her children. Mrs. J. E. Crook, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Crook and children, Jean Ann and Carol Sue, are leaving tomorrow for Dallas, Tex., where they will visit Mrs. J. E. Crook's daughter, Mrs. Charles R. Johnston, Mr. Johnson and son, Allen Gordon, and Houston, Tex., where they wilt visit two other daughters", Miss Ann Crook, and Mrs. Charles L. BucX and Mr. Buck. From Houston, they will spend several days at Camp I'ejns, where Mlas Crook is to be a camp director this summer. Christian Women Conduct Meetings Bandmothers Have Annual Supper The home of Mrs. W. L. Moxley was the scene Monday night for a meeting ot the Bandmothevs Club and their annual supper, when special guests were Hl£h School Band Director, Robert Llpscomb and Mrs. LIpscomb. Mrs. C. A. Hlndman presided over the business' meeting, which followed dinner, and an election of officers was held, with .Mrs. Hlnd- man elected to serve as presiding officer again next year. Other officers ore Mrs. W. L. Mosley, vice president; Mrs. Charles BroRdon, secretary; Mrs. N. H. Caldwell, treasurer; nnd Mrs. Paul Jobe, ilfitorian. Mr. Moxley presented organ music during the supper. Collects Presidents PARIS (IP)— There are three former presidents of Latin-American •epubllcs living In Paris: Eduardo Santos, Colombia; Mamiel Prado, Peru; and Miguel Aleman, Mtxico. Others are expected to come here. Some nLtin Americans have jokingly suggested an "Association of former Latin American Presidents." Neeley. promotion secretary; Mrs. Cnl Gossett, treasurer. Committee chairmen are Mrs. Hnrrell Davis, Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs. Alvls Howard, Mrs. W. W. Akenhead and Mrs. Jim Long. Members of the Faith, Hope ind Love Croups of the Christian Women's Fellowship of the First ChrU- tlan Church held meeting! at the homes of members Monday »nd Tuesday. Fourteen members and three guests, Mrs. Russell Hays, Mrs. Lawrence Primm and Mrs. Jtmei Rainwater of the Love oroup met last night at the l)ome of Mri. Freeman Robinson, who presided during the business session. The group voted to buy two women's baptismal robes. Mrs. Ben Henderson gave the devotional followed by the program, "Women and Music." which was led by Mrs. Hadlcy Hays. Mrs. J. C. Lowe accompanied the group, at the piano, as they sans hymns. An installation of officers was conducted .by Mrs, Rainwater. Officers are Mrs. Robinson, president, Mrs. Joe McHancy, vice president; Miss Luella Alley, secretary and treasurer, and Mrs. B. F. Brogdon, service chairman. Mrs. C. A. Tanl was hostess to eight members and one new member, Mrs. Joe D. Brents of the Faith Oroup, with two guests, Mrs. James Rainwater, ad Mrs. J. C. Lowe. Mrs. Albert gave the devotional and program, "Africa Calling," with Mrs. Rainwater and Mrs. George Garhnm, who ateo gave the opening prayer, participating. ,Mrs. Lowe, organist accompanied the group as they sang hymns and cohducted a music quiz. They were dismissed with the missionary benediction. Mrs. John McHaney was hostess to nine members and one guest, Mrs. W. D. Cobb, of the Hope Group. Mrs. Rupert Crafton gave the devo- tion*! and WH procram leader for "Africa Calling." Repeatlnf ol the mluionary benediction dljmnMd the group. That Popular Halter 8713 By Sue Burnett A youthful, delightfully simple sundress featuring that popular halter neckline. You're sure to get an even tan, then toss on the brief bolero to prevent too much sunburn. Pattern No. 8713 Is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, I, 20. Size 12 dress, 3H yards ot 39- inch; bolero, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, adress, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASH ION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing gulae for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents, FEET FEEL BETTER in COOL, COLORFUL, COMFORTABLE CASUALS Smart tln«j fashioned of friar cloth with closed heel and elastic gore for day-long comfort and fine fit, Duo-Texture plalformi and cork-light toed rubber >olvi> n (had** far every eoitvm* or occaiian. Di»o-T«xtwr« pi offer mi and, corlt-ruhbtr »oUi 1*1 yaw walk on cioutk of comfort . . . «4 worfc or pfcy , .. ot hotiM or away.. from 2.95 to 4.50 VERONA 1 MNI FAHIC CAIUAU by IAU-BAND tf SUN IN w«c >•* mi RED-BALL »*•• *AIK <*; % TAMIAMl' 421 W. Main rhonc 3M» SHOE SERVICE Of tool nylon meij, i n „, OT kl«.(loll.rin9 n.w hf.1 h.ijt,,. Sm(lrt fr coiuo| a • v.nb.0 w,or. C u ,hio form/ cork.rvbtj.r tol.i. . plot- Coming Events Thunda; Mrs. I. M. McHaffey 1* hostess to members of the Y. M. Birthday Club. Fidelai Class h»s 7:30. p.m. meeting with Mri. J. F. Owens, at 316 Holland Street. .. Mrs. W. L. hostess to members of the Mid-Week Club Duplicate.Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Miss Vera Goodrich entertains GEO Club. Mrs. F. B. Joyner is hostess to members of Thursday Contract Club. TLE Club is to be entertained by Mrs. Herman Turner. Thursday Club meets with Mrs. Russell Phillips. , La Nueve Club meets with Mrs. Newton Whltls. Mississippi County Home Economics Club has meeting in the Colonial room of Hotel Noble at 7 p.m. Friday Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertains members of the Friday Contract Club. Vendredl Clun meets with Mrs. Hank Dodd. Ladies Bible Clase of the First Methodist Church meet at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Henderson Hall, Mrs. O. C. Ganske and Mrs. Mosley as hostesses. Executive board of Women's Club has 2 p.m. meeting, followed by 2:30 p.m. regular meeting, with program by the garden department, and Mrs. James V. Dates as leader. Hostesses are Mrs. Neal Gesell, Mrs. E. H. Brown, Mrs. H. C. Blankenship, Mrs. J. E. Crook, Mrs. Coleman Stevens, Mrs. C. A. Tant, Mrs. J. M. Walls, Mrs. \V. T. Barnett, Mrs. B. O. Black, Mrs. T. A. Folger, Mrs. C. D. Watson and Mrs. Fred L. Regan. Saturday ' Cotillion Club has last dance of the season at 9 p.m. at Hotel Noble. Entertainment committee includes Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shelton, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thomasson, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson and Mr. and Mrs'. Don Smith. Sunday Members of the Zeta Chapter of WEPNESPAY,.MAY 18, White ll lmp--'-nt! $4.95 Separate jacket of washable whit* waffle pique smartly, simply designed to add fresh emphasis to your favorite skirt. Snap-in shoulder paclt Sizes 8-13 CLARAS SHOP 419 W. Main in Blytheville Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times WED-THURS Double Feature BARRY-CLARKE-MOORE r in T, AAl/rD . A PAF .0 nr.fxtn pji —PLUS— •••• TANK* BILLION Duplicate League Conducts Game Here Five tables of members of the Blythevllle Country club Duplicate Bridge League met at the club Monday night lor a monthly master point game. Mrs. P. E. Black and Mrs. C. W. Afflick took first place in the even- Ing's game, with second going to Mrs. W. A. Afflict and Frank Nelson. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. Russell Phillips won third place and Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. B. A. Lynch won fourth. A winners game is to be played May 28 at Hotel Noble. Delta Kappa Gamma Society have their annual tea complimenting the Future Teachers of America Olub and retired teachers of Mississippi County at the home of Mrs. C. L. Moore, 612 West Main, lagm 1:30 to 5 p.m. . GA Anniversary Is Observed Here The 40th anniversary of the Girl's Auxiliary of Baptist Churches wai observed Monday night by 83 girls of the Mississippi County Association, when they met at Calvary Baptist Church: The program for GA Focus Week Is "Stars," which was conducted by Mrs. Clyde Webb. After the girls eang their hymn for the,year,.and repeated the watchword, Mrs. Webb introduced the Rev. J. H. Melton, who gave the welcome, and recognized church groups. Five girls from Calvary Church presented the five star ideals of the GA, and Judy Michael, accompanied by Mrs. Jack Tjipp, sang a solo. * New Liberty GA members gave a skit, after which the film, "The Star That Shines. Around the World, 11 was shown. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! •••*•••••*••••*•••••*••••••••*•••*•*••••*•»••*••• ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents •••••••••••••••••*••••••*••••••••••»*t••*•••••••• LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature BUCK NITE! DOLLAR A CARLOAD llSWOMAI HCH«DWB»»ttlMDOM nWJPCttFT •««!!( fEUK ,,,C£Off HEY HOMES -.KOBE WORTHING VAILS Plus Cartoon THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Showing in BIytheville nr/tCHE DRUMS Stephen McNAlLY • Coleen GRAY •wiA Killirt PUKER • Artta SHIELDS • A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE EXTRA: Selected Short Subjects Now Showing! WED.-THURS.-FRI. SAMUEL GOLWVYN's, NEW MUSICAL Hans Cliristiaii Ander r-S '. TECHNICOLOR -m~^ starring Tf T~ Danny haye and FARLEY GRANGER • JEANMAIRE Adm. Matinee & Night ADULTS 73c CHILDREN 35c (Tax Included) The playing time and admission price on this picture Is established by SAMUEL GOLUWYN, the producer." COMING SOON! \\f I " Salome Riln Hayworlh & Stewart Granger Color by Technicolor

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