The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 22, 1953
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1953 Society Mniiin.. Snrietv Editor 9 Pat Mulling, Society Editor Phone 4461 Seniors Honored With Dance Here Approximately 75 guests were enU?rtniiieri last night at the Jnyoee Chill Room, when Blytlieville High School Settlors of 1953 were complimented with a semi-formal dance. Hostesses for the occasion were Elolse Richardson. Bobbie Jean Byrd. Delores Parker, Bobbye June Killinn, Rhonda Eaton and Freda Smith, who were assisted In enter- tainlns by Incir mothers. Silver and crystal bowls held cut spring flowers \ised throughout the club to provide a spring theme, combined with school colors. Furthering the school theme were the individually iced cakes in school colors, maroon and while, inscribed with "Seniors '53," and served with punch nnd other party j Thursday Club Has Luncheon Hostess to members of the Thursday Club yesterday was Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, who entertained at her home with a luncheon followed by bridge during the afternoon. Spring flowers were throughout the entertaining rooms, and cen- i u-ring the dining room table, j where guests were seated, the hos- | less used magnolia blossoms. Mrs. Josiah Forte was a guest I of the club (or the afternoon. j In the bridge games. Mrs. Bus- I sell Phillips won first place and Mrs. R. F.Kirshner won second. II foods during the evening. Virginia Eddlngs Res identic Wed At Southern Baptist College In a ceremony to be performed at College Chapel of Southern Baptist College, Walnut Ridge. Ark., next Sunday, Miss Virginia Ed- dinjrs, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Clark Eddiiigs of Hickory Flat, Miss., will become the bride Of the Rev. Jack D. Mick, son of Mrs. Letha Mick of Blytheville. Marriage vows are to be- exchanged at three o'clock in the afternoon in the presence of a large group of friends nnd relatives of the couple. Dr. H. E. Williams, president of Southern Baptist College, is to officiate. Miss Bobble Jean Harris of Helena, pianist, Miss Frances Dawson, of Talala, Okla., and Rny Crews of Pfggott, vocalists, are to present a program of nuptial music. For the wedding, the altar is to be banked with spring flowers, centered with white roses. Ivy entwined candleholders are to nup- '- port burning white tapers on either side of the altar arrangement. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her uncle, G. Y. Eddings of Marked Tree, Will Wear a gown of white organdy, the bodice of which is to be styled with short puff sleeves and a peter pan collar. The skirt is Vo be ballerina In style and length. Her hat of white nylon mesh is. a bonnet style end she will carry a white Bible with a bouquet of roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Flora Eddings, sister of the bride, will be maid of honor, and bridesmaids will include Miss Carrie Sue Haynes of Blytheville, Miss Betty Seay of Rector. Ark.. Miss Halcie McFherson of Bald Knob, ( Ark., and Miss Ingeborg Wyder * of Ponta Pora, Brazil. They will wear identical gowns of dotted swiss in pastel colors. The Rev. R. A, Sims of Bntes- ville, Ark., wil ,be Mr. Mick's best man, and the groomsmen will be Bay Hopkins of Gideon, Mo,, Don Cooper of Des Arc, Ark., the Rev. Vernell Daugherty of New Madrid, Mo., and Buddy Kilman 'of Bald Knob, Ark. Miss Addie Schisler of Jonesboro, Ark., and Miss Jenle, Lee Walker of Manila will serve as candle lighters. Miss Elvareen Pregler, Miss Schisler, Miss Walker, and Mrs. Leonard McDougle will entertain following the ceremony with a reception for the bridal party, members of the families, and college guests there for the wedding. The Rev. Mr. Mick and his bride will leave for a motor trip to Chicago where they will make ttieir home temporarily. The bride will be graduated from Southern Baptist College this month where she is president of the Art Club, assistant editor of the college annual, co-circulation manager of the student paper, reporter for the Baptist Student Union. Chorister of YWA, was reporter, of the Sophomore class, reporter for (he Life Service Band, a member of the Press Club and a member of the College Choir. The Rev. Mr. Mick is a student at Southern Baptist College, where he is a member of the Ministerial Association, member of the Great, er Council of Baptist Student Union, and a past member of the WHITE TODAYT. IIT TB HOME OCMOMSTftATION NEXT WEEK •wi cevil IMI Mrs. Usrey Is Hostess to Club Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertained at her home yesterday for members of the Mid-Week Club with luncheon and bridge games in the afternoon. A profusion of roses decorated the hostess' home throughout and formed the centerpiece for the dining room table, where guests were seated. In the bridge games. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham won first place, with second going to Mrs, Conway. Birthday Club Is Entertained Mrs. Charlie LuU was hostess to members of the C. nnd N. Birthday Club at her home Wednesday evening, when guest of honor was Mrs. Bill Cable. Guests for the evening's dinner party were Miss Minnie Foster, Mrs. Eunice Young and Mrs. Garth Castlio. Roses and pansies were used in the centerpiece nnd throughout Lhc entertaining rooms. Coming Events Friday Past Matrons nnd Past. Patrons Club has 6:30 p.m. meeting at. Uu; Masonic Temple with Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer and Mrs. L. M. Burnett as 'hostesses for the potluck dinner. Mrs. Bill Patton Is hostess to Stitch nnd Chatter Club nf, her home at 710 West Walnut, at 7:30 p.m. College Choir. He is now engaged n evangelistic -work along with iis studies at Southern. iSixth Grade iPicnic Planned The annual sixth grade promotion picnic is to De held at Walker Park next Tuesday when 210 students from Central, Lange, Sudbury, Yarbro, Number Nine, Clear Lake and Lone Oak will attend. Lunch will be served at noon and the afternoon is to be spent in playing games. Mothers of the children, who met Thursday to plan the picnic included Mrs. O. S. Crowcll, Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Mrs. Cecil Lusk, Mrs. James Gill, Mrs. Henry Westbrook, Mrs. R. L. Simpson, Mrs. Darrell Swnnner, Mrs. T. O. Huey, Mrs. Ernest Haynes, Mrs. Leon Smith and Mrs. Darrell Lunsford. Bridge Party Given for TLE Mrs. W. E; Cherry was high score winner in the bridge games played last night when members of the TLE Bridge Club were entertained by Mrs. William Lambert. The Pine Room of the Dixie Pig Drive-In was the scene of the weekly affair. Other bridge winners were Mrs. Herman Turner and Mrs. Dick Watson, second and brldgo, respectively, j Dessert nnd iced drinks were served at the conclusion of the giunes. Duplicate League Conducts Meeting Members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League met at Hotel Noble last night for a weekly bridge game, when a five-table Howell movement was conducted Mrs. j. Foy Etchleson and Jim Roleson won first place, with second going to Mrs. Georgia Bnlley nnd Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. W. D. Chamblln and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen won third. A Revelation in Floor Covering Beauty- GOLD SEAL WWITUE Imagine . . . the rich appearance of an mdividnally,) designed tile floor ... in colors and decorations) ithat capture the fabled loveliness of Bermuda. It's yours with Gold Seal VinylTile in new Bermuda) Hues. Step in today and see the host of decorator ;combinations possible with this genuine inlaid) vinyl product ....j. there's never been a floor covew ing like it, ONLY 16c 9x9" TIL6 WRIGHT SUPPLY Hutson at N. Fifth Street Phon. 2239 Kibitzer Club Is Entertained Mrs. Charles Aflllck, Jr., entertained yesterday at her home In Steele with a dessert bridge parly for members of the Kibitzer Club and guests. Included with the members for Ihc afternoon's entertainment were Mrs. Ross Hughes, Jr., and Mrs. Bob Coleman of Haytl. In the bridge games, Mrs. Robert O. McHaney took first place, with second eoinR to Mrs. Harry A Halnes. Mrs. Hughes won the brldgo. Country Club Is Scene of Meeting Mrs. O. W. McCutchen was hostess at the Country Club yesterday to members of the Thursday Contract Club and two guest players, Mrs. O. S. Crowcll and Mrs. Georgia Bailey. Luncheon preceded the weekly bridge games, and was served at one long table, which was adorneci with a centerpiece of roses. Mrs. Crowell won first place in bridge with second going to Mrs McCutchen. Class Organized In Mayes Home A new Sunday School class was organized Last night for Calvary Baptist Church. "Ruth" is the name chosen by it's members, and Mrs. Howard Caldwcll is to be the teacher. The group met last night at the home of Mrs. Herman Mayes, and elected officers. They include Mrs Raymond Belknap, president; Mrs. Calvin Conley, first vice president; Mrs. Coulene Powel, second vice president; Mrs. Delia Cockrell, third vice president; and Mrs. Mayes, secretary. The social committee includes Mrs, Maxine Adkinson and Mrs. Charles Haynes. Mi's. Belknnp gave the devotional of the evening. At the Hospitals Blylncville Hospital Dismissed: J. J. Weaver, city. Luther Lancaster, Steele. Mrs. Jerry Shelton and baby. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Douglas Whltflcld. city. Mrs. Jim Robbins and babies, Bragg City. Mrs. Mell Little, Steele. Tweedy Porsyth. Luxora. Mrs. J. M. Aycock, city. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature —PLUS- SERIAL: Gang Blisters CARTOON: Hello Aloha SUN-MON Double Feature — PLUS — lOUAR VICTOR U/ Also Metro News Bits of News iVlodtu crional u Linda Paye Priddy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Elmer Rice, underwent surgery on both feet and legs at St. Vincent's Hospital in Little Rock Friday. She is In Room 94. Guests of Mrs. B. M. Matthews are Mrs, Ruth Brlckell of Senatobia, Miss., and Mrs. John E. Matthews ol Ronlnsonvllte, Miss. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. u Hope of St. Petersburg, Fla., left today after spending several days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. The Afflick's overnight guests last night were Mrs. will DeJarnette and Mr. and Mrs. John Blain of Albuquerque, N. M. Mrs. Mae Doodson, state PEO Sisterhood president, will be a weekend visitor in Blytheville. She will be the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Williams, and will be entertained by several PEO members. Mrs. Dan Portis of Lepanto is spending the day tonuy with Mre. J. W. Adams. Mrs. E. J. Cure and children will be in Memphis tomorrow, and will be accompanied home by Mr. Cure. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black will leave this week end for a vacation trip to Daytona Beach, Fla. Among Blytheville residents who will he in Hot Springs this week end are Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Porter. Armorel HD Club Meets for Lunch Members of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. J. A. Bowling for a potluck luncheon. Mrs. Everett Davis was accepted as a new member. Mrs. F. H. Parrish called the meeting to order following the luncheon, and prayer was offered by Mrs. A. M. Edmonson, after which Mrs. W. L. Smith spoke on color, line, and style of dresses, and costume jewelry. Mrs. Davis won the door prize and game prize went to Mrs. Edmonson. Most lamp bases, whether made of ceramics, glass, glazed pottery, plastic, metal or wood, can be wiped with a sudsy cloth, rinsed with a clean, damp one, and wiped dry. Your Favorite Classic 14-46 By Sue Burnett The style you depend on 'or a crisp, well groomed air all during the summer. A comfortable, well fitting shirtwaist dress with cool dropped shoulders, handy pockets, bright contrasting belt. Pattern No. 8976 is a sew-rite perforated patern in sizes 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 16, 414 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier Newt, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Clothesline! »r« tvillable in plas- tlc, r.onrust meUI, and nylon. LITTLl LIZ— It's a mystery why o two-faced person doesn't wear the other orw sometimes. •«*• Crowding jewelry toother I" —box is not wise. The stones m»y get knocked out, scratches m»y m«r surfaces and clasps and catclm are liable to smut. Bead Courier New» Classified A«i». CmrfMtiMm Childhood lib. "AJrMRIN AT ITS BEST" 100'B?490 To brighten and stiffen limp straw hats, brush them very lightly with a thin coat of fresh, white shellac. Pat up tiny slivers of broken glass with pieces of damp, absorbent cotton. COMING SOON! COLUMBIA PICTURES pnxnll RITA HAYWORTH • STEWART GRANGER May 26-27-28-29 REGULAR PRICES! j WAHNER BROs.r..«»T ShesBackon;' •"" uiii-iii SSrsSlwf LAST CHANCE TO SEE Paramount News & Cartoon Peck of Trouble RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Harold Doyle Mr. & Mrs. S. P. Cook & Family Dr. & Mrs. F. Don Smith & Family Mr. & Mrs. Put Chitmon & Family SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE SERIAL: Secret Code and Cartoon: Hair Culups SUNDAY & MONDAY BETTE DAVIS Paramount News and Cartoon: Cohs nnd Robbers RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. W. .J. Rodgcrs and Family Mr. and Airs. W. R. Middlcton and Family Mr. and Mrs. Hill Ellis and Family Mr. and Mrs. Travis rllooks and Family THE SYMBOL OF TRUE SENTIMENT - MAY 3 o TH If you value sentiment, remember this well. People nil through the ages have found no finer, fuller means of expressing their sentiment for those departed than by monuments of granite or marble. No other type of memorial stands visible and beautiful the year 'round. McHaney monuments are available In a diversity of beautiful, graceful, symbolic designs. A McHaney monument adequately expresses your individual tastes in memorialization. Jno. C. McHaney & Sons invite you to consult with them now. You will find their counsel invaluable, with prices consistent with what you can afford. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON 33 Years in Blyfheville Jno. C. McHaney &Sons "Your Monument Men" OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents LAST TIMES TONITEI _ 6M- ^ - Plus HEPBliHMl UEtf ftdeiitd thru khiitrt Artato TECHNIC010R Cartoon SATURDAY ONLY! Special! 3 BIG FEATURES! For the Price of One Regular Show: Double Feature ALSO CARTOON -SATURDAY OWL SHOW- Spectacle Never Before Filmed! FREE! Paiamounl Cvtob, TECHNICOLOR Picture We invite everyone who is in the Drive In for THE REGULAR SHOW to stay for THE OWL SHOW FREE OF CHARGE. SUNDAY & MONDAY First Showing in Blytheville £tMH*f RICHARD GREENE-BORIS KARLOFF iTEPNENMdUUY-PAUUCORDAY-LON ALSO TWO CARTOONS

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