The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 26, 1953
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PAGE FOUft BLYTIIKVILLE (ARK.) COUBIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAT M, 1WI Pat Mulling, Society Editor Phone 4461 Couple Weds In Methodist .Ceremony Here Mrs. Marie Rodery and I,, A. Creasy were married Saturday evening at Lake Street Methodist Church in a double ring ceremony at which the Rev. Bob McMaster officiated. Vows were exchanged in the presence of relatives and friends of the couple. Serving her sister as matron honor wa« Mrs. John Hart who w dressed in a two piece black white linen afternoon dress, wi matching accessories. She pinne a corsage of red rosebuds at h shoulder. Mrs Creasy chose for her ma: rlage, an afternoon dress of ru linen and lace. Her .hat and oth accesorie: were in white, and sh pinned a corsage of white gard enlas at her shoulder. John Hart served as best man and the bride's sons, Joe Lynn an and dene Ray Rodery served ushers. The couple will make their horn temporarily in Blythevilie. followin their return from a trip throug the southwest. Mrs. Creasy ,ls associated wit Moderne Beauty Salon, and M Creasy, whose home is in Warrei Ark., has been with the Water DIs tributlon Department in Sout America for the past three years He is now employed by Lane- Ark ansas. 7 Baptist Circle Meetings Held Seven circle meetings were con ducted yesterday In the homes o members of Womenls Mlsslonar; Union o! the First Baptist Church. Members of Circle One met the home of Mrs. Alvln Huffman Jr., with 10 attending. Mrs. Shel burne Brewer gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Charles Evans gnvi the devotional. On program lor tin afternoon were Mrs. C. R. Newcomb and Mrs. J. W. Rayder. Mrs. Brewer The periodic or 17-year cicada lives the longest of any known in sect, spending most of Its life un derground in the nymph stage be fore emerging. Warm Weather Duplicates "8974C 38 y,i. , By Sue Burnett Copy-cat fashions are fun to sew, and this yoked pair • is particularly young and cool looking for Bummer. Pattern No. 8074 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 3 a i yards of 39-inch. Pattern No. S974C is a sew-hte perforated pattern in sizes 3. 4. 5, 6. 7, 8 years. Size 4, 2!i yards of 39- inch. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 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. Trinity Baptist Circles Meet Mrs. C. S. Webb, Mrl. J. H. Roberts and Mrs. Merle Lowe were hos. tesses to the three Circles of Trinity Baptist Church yesterday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Webb was hostess to Circle One with six members attending. Following prayer by Mrs. H. H. Burnett, Mrs. Bill Crocker taught the lesson and Mrs. Arah Speck was In charge of the business meeting. Qlosing prayer was by Mrs. Herman Adalr. Seven members, two new members, Mrs. Norman Davis and Mrs. Jock Henry, and one guest, Miss Lorene Young, attended the meeting of Circle Two at the Roberts home. Mrs. C. E. Parks offered the opening prayer, and Mrs. E. G. Lovell ^resented the devotional. Mrs. John nelson presided in the business and Mrs. David McPeake taught the .esson. Mrs. Jack Henry said the benediction. Mrs. Lowe entertained six mem- jers of the Business Women's Circle when Mrs. Max Koonce gave .he opening prayer. All members :ove parts on the Royal Service program. Mil's. Idol! Lowe presided and Wiss Bernice Overman closed the meeting with prayer. _ake Street WSCS Meets Members of the Women's Society f C'hrist.inn Service of Lake Street Methodist Church gathered at, the rtuvch last night for' a business .ectlng. Mrs. C. M. Baxter gave the opcn- ig prayer, alter which Mrs. Cecil usk presided. The group voted to a shower for the Negro day ursery here as a result of their ,udy of Africa. Mrs. C. T. Shamlln ave the devotional, and "Take ime to Be Holy" was sung by the rou p. {atie -Hatton YWA leets in Lee Home Miss Adalinc Lee was hostess to embers of the Katie Hatton Young | 'omen's Auxiliary of the First aptlst Chuvch, with Mrs. Charles ay Newcomb, Miss Martha Jane aidwcll and Miss Mnxlne Over- an as guests. Miss Marian Mayes was re-instat- d. Guests and members were served uner prior to their regular meeting Miss Mickey Alk-n Rave the opening prayer and devotional and Miss Millie Military presided. Mrs Newcomb taught several chapters of mission study, after which Mis: Lounell Overman gave the dismissal prayer. gave the benediction. Nine members, two guests and one new member of Circle Two mel at the home ol Mrs. Herbert Child with Mrs. R. P. Maxwell as co-hostess. Mrs. C. W. Affllck gave the opening prayer, and Mrs. W. R Oennlng gave the program. The devotional, by Miss Cordelia Wllhltc, was followed by .the program which Mrs. Ben Abbott and Mrs. W. W. Mitchell gave parts. Mrs. Hurley Slayton gave the dismissal prayer. Ten members of Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. James Fisher with Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Sr., giving the opening prayer. Mrs, Lloyd Stickmon presented the devotional, and Mrs. Walter Bishop gavt the program, after which, she dismissed ;he meeting with prayer. Mrs. Clarence Johnson and Mrs. Banister were hostesses to 10 members and one new member of Circle Four. Mrs. E. P. Hardin gave the opening prayer, and Mrs. Riley Adams was program leader. Mrs. Banister, Mrs. Russell Marr and Mrs. C. E. Edds assisted with the program, after which they wen dismissed by Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Circle Five members met at the lome o! Mrs. C. M. Smart .with 12 ttending. Mrs. Tom Jackson offer- d prayer, after which Mrs. C. L vtcWaters, Jr., gave the devotiona nd served as program leader. Mrs llvin Hardy and Mrs. Worth HOld- r assisted on the program, and prayers were offered by Mrs. E. C Brown, Mrs. W. M. Lewis, Mrs. Leslie Mdore. Mrs. Adolphe Heifilcke entertained eight members of Circle Six, when Mrs. Hays Sullivan gave the devotional with Mrs. E. B. Woodson as program leader. She was assisted by Mrs. W. E. Buchanan and Mrs. H C. Walls. Benediction was given by Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. Twelve members of the Circle Seven met with Mrs. F. E. Utley with Mrs. E. D. Swanner giving the opening prayer, and devotional. Mrs. Billy McNeese, who was program leader, was assisted by Mrs. Harold Davis and Mrs. Jack Marsh. Mrs. F. L. Regan gave the benediction In the social hour, Mrs. Jack Jordon, who is moving to Jonefiboro, was presented a gift from the group. NFMS Conducts Program Meeting Twenty-four members of the Naz- arcne Korelsn Missionary Society met last night «t the church, with Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., in charge of the meeting. Group singing was led by Mies Bobbye Seymorc, after which the Rev. Joe Bean led prayer, and a devotional was given by Mrs. Melvin Jarrett, Following a short business session the program was given In three parts. Mrs. Earl Knipple gave "God Taltes Care of His Own"; Mrs. Lloyd Roberts gave "Picture of Africa"; and Mrs. Ray White gave •Without Christ—But Now With Christ." Mrs. Mary Hayes gave the benediction. U. C. O. Redman, Jr., left Jfester- day from Memphis by plane for San Girls Auxiliary Conducts Meeting Members of the Girls' Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. L. C. Roliison last night, with eight members, two new members, Irby Lynn HodRe and Imogene Owens, and one guest, Gracie Lynn Owens. Following the regular order of business the program was given by Martha Bartholomew. Tat Willingham, Marilyn Baker, Mary Lou Turnage, Gcralriine Baker, Omega Alexander and Marilyn Baker. Refreshments were served in the following social hour. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADM: 50c Children Under 12 FREE with Parents TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BUCK NITE DOLLAR A CARLOAD BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Till: WOMAN ON PIER 13 mm m • mm m JOHN A6M-»*n«OM! umi ALSO CARTOON • ••••••ee*eeeee*eeeeee»>e»**a«»*>e»ette»tt«ete» Former Resident Weds Memphis Man In a double-ring ceremony performed at Tunica, Miss., at the First Methodist Church, Mrs. Betty Connell of Memphis, formerly of Blythevilie, daughter of Mrs. Dosha Mick of Blythevilie, became the bride of Kelly Hoyle, also of Mem. phis, May 18. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Broom served as matron of honor and best man. For her marriage, the bride chose dress of gray nylon with white icccssorlcs. and an orchid corsage. A reception was civen in Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Broom for the couple. Mr. Hoyle is the son o! Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hoyle of Pulton, Miss. DellWSCSHas Study Course Mrs, W. A. Whistle and Mrs. R. O. Sdwards were hostesses to 30 members and eight guests of the Women's Society of Christian Service cf the First Methodist Church at Deli. Guests included a quartette from Manila, composed of Harold Wall, Jack Davis, L. G. and Kenneth Oammill, and their accompanist, Mrs. Kenneth Gammill, Mrs. R. A. Wall, Mrs. T. F. Martin, and the Rev. E. H. Hall. Mrs. O. M. Gilmer was accepted as a new member. Mrs. Noble Gill gave the devotional and Mrs. Mavis Settlemlre taught the study course, after which the .quartette sang several religious songs. The Rev. Mr. Hall dismissed the meeting with prayer, and R social hour followed. Country Club Dance Is Planned A summer Informal dance is to be given tomorrow night at the Country Club for members and their invited guests, with dancing beginning at 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. Music is to be furnished by Joy Cayler and her 12-plece all-girl orchestra. Five Circles Have Joint Meet Members of five circles of Calva ry Baptist Church met at the church for a semi-monthly business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Jack Attaway, president. Following the singing of their song for the year and repeating of their watchword in unislon, Mrs. Claude Rowland gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Rowland gave the devotional and Mrs. J. H, Melton gave the closing prayer. At the Hospitals IllythevMle Hospital Dismissed: Rose Lee Sloan, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Shelby McCook, City Birthday Party Given in Home Charlynn Jo Hart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart, Was lonored at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. J. E. McFall, with a birthday party Saturday afternoon. Guests spent the afternoon In playing games and were served traditional, birthday cake and ice crenm with lemonnde. Charlynn Jo was five years old. The modern phonograph was a by-product of telephone research, according to the Encyclopedia Bri- Innnlcn. NOW SHOWING! No Increase In Prices! TUES -WED- THURS -FRI RITA HAYWORTH STEWART GRANGER M* ANWHSON • S» Crirtc HA.ROWICKS •«.! SYDNEY • Murk, SCHWARTZ AmoM MOSS • Aim IADEL ALSO CARTOON RITZ GUESTS TO SEE "SALOME" Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Leech Mr. &. Mrs. .lames Manly & Kamily Mr. & Mrs. Kellon Francis & Kamily Mr. & Mrs. Pilmorc (iipsnn Francisco, Calif., and will be Stationed at Camp stoncman until he receives hli overseas orders. He was motored to Memphis by his mother, Mrs. C. G. Redman, Sr., who was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Mrs. Eva Morris of Carthage, Mo., Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ada Tate. Miss Annette Whistle, student at Southern Methodist University at Dallas, Tex., is to arrive home Friday. She will be accompanied by her roommate, Miss Mary Prances Traylor of Atlanta, Ga., also a stu dent at SMU. After several day: here, they will go to Atlanta, when Miss Whistle wit! remain for several days, before returning home to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. C. H, Whistle. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walden announce the birth of their first child a son, at Walls Hospital Priday. The baby has been named James Nelson. Mrs. Walden is the former Jean Dedman, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. R. L. Dedman. Mrs. Henderson Hall Is reported ill at her home on Broadway. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCormick and sons, of Little Rock were the week end guests of his grandmother, Mrs. Ada Tate. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass and family, Bobby Williams, and Sue Prevost spent the week end in Charleston and East Prarie, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Smith and son Bob, arrived home last night from a vacation in Southern California and with their daughter, Miss Jean Smith, who now makes her home in Los Angeles. Miss Maxine Overman, a student in nurse training at the Baptist Hospital In Little Rock, arrived yesterday for a week's visit with he: parents..Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Overman and family. Mrs. Marcus Oliver of Tampa, Pla., and Mrs. George Merrill Ca- rutheisville were the weekend guests of Mrs. Henderson Hall. . Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Augsperger were in Russeliville, Ark., for the graduation exercises Sunday at Arkansas Tech, where Richard O'Neal Dedman received his associate degree in Science, and accompanied them home for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turnage and son Junior, arrived Saturday afternoon to visit Mrs. Turnage's mother, Mrs. Annabel Brown. Mr. Turnage returned to their home in Chicago Monday. Mrs. Turnage and her son plan to remain for a month. Coming Events T«ndiy Called meetinf of the American Legion Auxllary la to be held at the hut. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has canasta party at the Rustic Inn with Mra. Henry Dodd as hostess at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. William Bear Is hostess to members of the Octave Club. Mrs. Russell Slmpeon entertains members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League meets at the club. Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson entertains members of the Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. W. R. Sommervllle is hostess to members of the Timka Bunco Club. Wednesday Chapter "D" of PEp has lunch- 1 eon with Mrs. J. T. Mahan, with Mrs. Herman Carlton as Co-hostess. High Two Bridge Club has meeting with Mrs. Herman Turner Mrs. Charles Rose is hostcse to members of the Wednesday Club. Dogwood Home Demonstration Club has meeting. Thursday Min Jtttyt Huffman li hort*N to m«mb«n of the QEO Club. La Nueve Club meeU for luncheon at th» home of Mrs. Melvin Halsell with Mri, Lynn Hughei as co- hostess. Hotel Noble li tcene of Duplicate Bridge League meeting. ' Mri. H. W. Wylie entertains mem- bert of the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Dick Watson li hostels for meeting of the TLE Club. Mrs. Harry W. Halnee hostesi 'to members of the Mld-Week Club. Friday Vendredi Club meeti with Mrs. A. S. Harrison. Mrs. Loy Welch Is hostess to members of the Friday Contract Club, Mrs. James Soy is hostess to members of the Friday Club. La Finesse Club members meet with Mrs. Richard Rose. To prepare new wood for staining, use fine steel, wool and wipe off dust. Wood that has been shellacked, varnished or waxed must be wip- ed with denatured alcohol. To rtfttab have bruih In one hand and a wad of cotton waste In the ottwr. Bnvh on the stain and leave a few teconda, then wipe with cotton waste. H color li too llgiit, repeat the operation. It is much more satisfactory to gradually darken the stain than to try to lighten a stain that has been dried. Read Courier News Classified Ada. U7TU LIZ— Many a girl 'has found t*w» o fancy hairdo partly compensate* far ostuDid face, ••"*• Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times TUES - WED - THURS Double Feature _PLUS— 'PLYMOUTH ADmrcRf, IScmacoLom. Cartoon: 2 Chirs & Miss Mary Ryan's Coming to Town! Hubbard Hardware Co. 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