The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 5, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BI.YTHKVIU,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 19f» Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Shirley Abbott, Rex Hughes, Jr., Wed in Piggott Miss Shirley Mae Abbott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Abbott or Armorel, became the bnrle of Rex W. Hughes, Jr.. of Huffman, ton of Rex W. Hughes and the Inle Mrs. Hughes, in. a ceremony performed in Piggott Mas' 26 by a Justice of peace there. The couple was attended by Mrs, Wallace Bunch, sister of the bride, mnd Miss Rowena Hughes. For the occasion, Mrs. Hughei chose an afternoon dress In blue, with a sweetheart neckline, at which she pinned a coreage of white carnations. Her accessories wire In whits. They are now making their nome + at 606 North Fifth. Both are graduates from Armorel High School Mrs. Hughes is associated with Eagls Beauty School, and Mr. HughM te connected with Onion Barge Linei. •*9 ~ .•.:,$ #1 :v~H Baptists Plan Rally for Tonight Training Union members of 17 Baptist Churches In the Blytheville vicinity Will convene at 7:30 p.m. this evening at the First Baptist Church and will be directed by James Gardner, regional director The Rev. David McPeake, pasto of. Trinity Baptist Church. Is ' preside, and Trinity's training un ion members will be in charge ( the opening worship program. D: rectors of each training union rep resented will give reports of the! enlargement campaign. Preceding the address of the eve ning. by the Rev. James Riherd o Luxora, Prances Slayton will sin a solo. The Rev. Mr. Rihcrd's sub Ject will be "Making Educatioi Christian." MARRIED — Mrs. Rex W. Hughes, Jr., was before her marriage May 20 In Piseatt, Miss Shirley Mae Abbott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs .C. L. Abbot! of Armorel. Mr. Hughes is the son of Rex W. Hughes of Huffman, and the late Mrs. Hughes. Bits of News CIB,GEO Clubs Entertained Dell Supper Club has Dance More than 70 members and guest of the Dell Supper Club attended a meeting lost night at the Amerfcru Legion Hut, when Mr. and Mr? Mike Yates and Mr, and Mrs. T, II Carawajr entertained. The graduation theme was cnrrict out In table appointments, whicl were figurines of graduates, inter. spersed with white asters, comblnec with red gladioli, and white can dies. Following dinner, the evening was fpent in dancing. Bv Sue Burnett Mrs, Robert I. Thompson was hostess last evening to members r.f the GEO and GIB Clubs at hc.r home vlth a dessert bridge, using as her theme, a beach party. The coffee table in her living room, where guests were entertained, was adormirt with a minature pool on which lilies flouted. Tiny figurines of girls in bench clothes were placed around the pool. Each card table also held a tiny pool with figurines in the water. Tallies were hnndmnde and decorated with miri- ature terry cloth beach towels, on which pictures of siinbathenj were placed. Prizes of sunglasses, sun tan lotion, and a beach towel in the bridge games also carried out the chosen theme. A de.sscrt course was served preceding games. Winners included Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, high score. Miss Vera Goodrich, second, and Miss Jettye Huffman, bridgo. Guests Included Mrs. E. C. Williams, and Mrs. Robert McGra&v. John Peterson underwent surgery yesterday at Walls Hospital, where his condition is reported to lie satisfactory today, Mrs, L. M. Woods and Mrs. Winston Wood and.children of Tyronza nrc guests of Mr, and Mrs. E. C Williams nnd family. U. and Mrs. Charles Crigger and daughter, Ann Hlythe, of Columbus, Ga., are to arrive tomorrow for it visit with Lt, digger's par- 'iits, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. CriR- ;er, Monday Lt. and Mrs. Criggcr vjll go to Little Rock, where he is to be a groomsman in the wedding ol Miss Virginia Mitchell to Moiv •oe Frank Tuesday. They will re- urn here Wednesday for several days before re turning to Georgia, where Lt. Crigger is stationed at i Fort Benning. Mrfi. John Ed Regenold and duugVHer, Dixie, returned today from Sikeston, Mn.. where she vis- •ited her parents for several days. Mrs. Bryan Milcy of Sheffield. Ala., arrived yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ilufjh Whilsitt and Mr. and Mrs, Jack Robinson. Upon her return she will be accompanied by her son, Bryan, Jr., who has spent two wofiks here. Among Blytheville bridge enthusiasts in Memphis last night at Hotel Pfttbody for the tournament were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson, Mrs. W.- A. Afflick, Mrs. George i Wlfigs, . Mrs. W.. E. Wallace, Mrs. ] Frank Grig.sby, Mrs. O. W. McCut- clien and Mrs. O. S. Crowell. Mrs. AIFJick and Mrs. Wiggs won fourth place in the Women's Pairs Division with 24 tables of players participating. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Shelton. Mrs. Nelson Eclens and daughter, Karen Lou, have Just returned from scv- days visi t in Pftlmersville, Tenn., where they were ho use guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Slephcnson McCIain, and Mr. Mc- Ciain. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barnes have Claim New Beauty Mask Helps Refine Pores and Clarify Skin TO SPEAK HEIIE — Dr. A. W. Dick, pastor of the second Presbyterian Church of Memphis, will be speaker Sunday evening nt 8 o'clock In the first of a series of Union Church Services. The service is to be held ut UIR First Christian Church, with First Methodist Church. Lnke Street Methodist Church, First Presbyterian Church, First Christian Church, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Wi-sley Memorial Melo- dist. Church. Yarbro Methodist Church. First Or nee Church, ami Promise! Land Methodist Church, participating In the Union Services. Music is to be furnished by the choir of the host church with Mrs. D. O. Fowlston, director. Have you ever taken a good look nnd In a inln-or in a strong light and been surprised and horrified to see a coarse tkln condition? One of the well-known cosmetic firms believes It lias the answere to this conspicuous pore problem. It's not the kind of answer which would have you attempt to conceal the pores. Heavy inake-upfi that conceal may only make the condition progressively worse. The answer Is a creamy mask which, the makers say. can be used by all skin types as often as three times a week. This mask they claim, will sin-irk the lar«e pores as It dries on the face through mechanical action. It's also said to clarify the skin, remove dead cuticle and discoloration, brnce sagging muscles temporarily, Increase surface circulation, coax sullen blemishes out from under the skin, and give your face a tingling, pepped-up Bensation. Al^ow this rna^k to dry on your face and throat for from 10 to 20 minutes and then • remove it with warm water and a clean washcloth, the makers suggest. Be sure to keep the mask away from the under-eye area. 14-Inch platform )• big enough to hold t)»rreli or retus« cam as well ai furniture and garden suppllo. Carts that can be loaded up with supplies and pusshcd from one place to another do male,* many choreLS less tiring. But I've found so often that carts are to heavy or too rlck- ty, are either shy ol space or take up too much room. In other words, they pose as many problems as they solve. One new cart that avoids these comlaints Is made of strong lightweight, stainproof aluminum. Three shelves offer seven square feet of useable space. The .cart pushes easily without wobbling and folds flat for storage. With these push-carry-lift aids housework can be a pleasure. Read Courier News Classified Ads. COLONIES' COIN - Tbli fe the plaster model of new colni to be used in the British colonies. Since Queen Elizabeth appears as crowned on the coins, they will not be issued until after the Coronation. To clarify and refine skin, model applies a creamy mask. * f ter it's dry, she washes U - : 'h warm water. IColorful Sponge Rug Cushions I Feet; Looks Hand Braided Coming Events Friday Dorcass Class of the First Baptist 'hiirch has 2:30 p. m. meeting with !. M. Eaton and Mrs. Charles Newcomb hostess at the church. Vendredi Bridge Club meet? with Mrs. Sanforcl Tomlinson at the Rnzorlmck Friday night. Mrs. Cecil Gray IK hostess at her home in Gosneli for members of Stitch and Chatter Club. Monday Mrs. J. C. Lowe presents piano students at the High School auditorium at 8 p. m., with beginning and Junior students participating. Several advanced students also will play. Tuesday returned to their home after spend- . M . rs ' J ' . °- L .°* e . Presents piano t«* ,iv mnnthe In OTnH,l 0 *, P u ft « I StUtleiUS flt HlRh School RUdUonUm Dessert Bridge Given in Home A dessert bridge was given the home of Mrs. W. E. Cherry last light, When she entertained members of the TLK Club. Mrs. Bill Hodge, who was a Riiest of tile club for the evening's entcr- ainment, won high schore hi the jamcs of bridge. Mrs. Otto Scrapi? won second htfih ;rorc, and bridge Went to Mrs. GH- jert Smythe. ing six months in Florida. They were nccompnnicc! by their grand- dauKhtcr. Linda JagRcrs of Fort Pierce, Pla., who will spend the summer here. U. and Mrs. W. J. Khuen nnri son, Bruce, are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Henderson nnd daughter, Miss Janette Henderson, after returning hoiue from Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes W. Bishop nml son, Billy, of St. Louis, arrived this morning to accompany Mr. and Mrs. Ott Mullins nnd dnURh- Icrs, Bf'tly Ann nnd Jan, to Magnolia, Ark., where they havtf been callfcl of the death of their brother-in-law, Walker A. Jnckson, Midshipman E. C. CnlrlweU is spending a 10 day lenve with his pan-ill.';. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cald- wcll of Dell. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Cunningham of Baltimore. Mil., are the guests of Watermelon Party Given on Lqwn A walcrMv'Ion pnrly coiniillmentod raula Holland ycslmlny nftmioiin, I Memphis'," Is" reported satisfactory! with intermediate and advanced students being featured. Several beginners will play first on the program. At the Hospitals Blythcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: John Scott. City Charles Jolllff, Leachville Betty Wlmlcy. Dell Walls Hospital Dismissed: Konald Lamb, City Mrs. Earl Johnson nnd baby, City CiPrald Hancock, City Mrs. Don Hlley nncl baby, City Mrs. Calvin Hill and Imljy, City Vicara. used us n blending fiber Mrs. Cunningham's sister. Mrs Au- Kith Ivon| . ">•'<>". rayon ,ancl cot- i <™ K , dra '" n 0 " lhc '";<* I "' n ," nlzes brcv Comvay, nnd Mr Comvay for lon - nd(ls » roft ' cndiemere-llkcl sl 'W' n * Bnd tlle ',f con " several (lavs quality to a blend, making it mols- i stn ' cllon prevents the mat from ab- By KAY SHAERWOOD featherweight wire stool. The step NEA Staff Writer is rubber trended and welded steel- A trial to any homemaker Is the wll ' e lc ss are strong enough to ichins-back blues which develope I support 250 ounds, weighing only rom standing to long, reaching to! follr Pounds, the stool's easy to car- iinh. or lifting too many things. I r >' whenever you need a boost. But there's first aid in the new and : to carry wherever you need a boost, mprovcd housewarcs whose modest • One of the best ways to invite :ost can be charged off to improving a backache. I find, is to lift or car- one's disposition. r .v heavy objects. That's why a tub- Spongy new mats to cushion the "Inr steel hand truck, newly stream- feet on'the stancl-u chores B et my i llned for home use promises to be vote, particularly at the kitchen j " real tack-saver. The eight by sink' where food preparation ami! dishwashing keep me standing for i an hour or more. One new neoprene ! rubber mat which apes the shape | and braided effect of colonial rag j rufrs is sntt underfoot, A floor-grip- i i^n on the back minimizes 'hen her parents. Air. and Mrs. Holland, entertained on her 1th birthday. Twelve of her friends attend-d the vont on the lawn at their home at 117 Mnultrle Drive. Guests played sanies throughout.- le evening, w i t h prices being warded tn Sammy Nichols for the oys and Jenny Niohn]-; lor (lie girls. Mrs. Norman Shields assisted the ostcss in entertaining. Duplicate League -at Hotel Members of the Blytheville Du- ic.ite Bridijo Leaiuie mot at Hotel Noble last, nisht for a five tablo Howcl! movrmrnt. \vlth Mr: J. .While dim-tin!,'. Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins nnd Mrs. Marshall Cnmmeron won place, with second coin:: to Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, Mr. T. J. Barnes, and third In Mrs. White and Jim Wnllin of Little Rock. Condition. of Mrs. B. T. Lndner, imtlont .nt Baptist Hospital Mrs. Liulner. who underwent 'eery Tuesday, is in room 226. Mrs, A. D. Fielder of Stodc and her (laughter, Mrs. Harry ManU, spent yesterday In Memphis. Dr. ami Mrs. John R. McDiintc! nnd daughter. Miml Lou. of Las Vegas, Nov.. spent Wednesday as prui'sts of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Mrs. Cnl Gossr-tt, has returned from Hondrls College In Conwny. where slic aitendcd the graduation of her son. Cal Gnssett. Mrs. Harvey Kidd. Sr,, of Memphis, arrived, yesterday to spend several days visiting her son. the Kev. Harvey T. Kidd, Mrs. Kidd and their children. ture absorbent, rexiJent nonfciting It has other finalities of resistance to mildew nnd moths, Rood wrinkle recovery and crease resistance. When laundering, be guided by rules for for enre of the it Is blended. which So Smart—Versatile This beautifully slim sheath dress and jacket combination is so hew and smart-looking — and versatile. Wear the dress alone accented with bright jewely-team up with the Jacket for street or travelling Pattern No. 8853 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12 14, 16, 18. 20; 40, 42. Size 14, dress, 2 yards of 39-inch; Jacket, short sleeve, 2-li yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, stzc desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111 . Don't oiiss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summe 1 It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift oat- tern printed inside the book. 25 cents. •c table , , . . • S . Dick:Mrs. Lynch Is Hostess to Clubs Mrs. R. A, Lynch wns . hnstnss yesterday nt. hnr home to members of f.hc Mid-Week Club nnd their guests, members of the Thursday Contract Club. The morning party began with j bridge gamw, which were won by j Mrs. Aubrey Comvay and Mrs. j. I Louts Cherry, for the Mid-WcckJ Club, nnd Mrs. H. W. Wylle and i Mrs. E. B. Gee for the guests. Following the gtimes, played on the porch, where arrangements of early summer flowers formed decorations, a picnic lunch wns served. This marked the last party of the year for both clubs. sorbint? water. Another foot cushion which lessens fatigue is made of (hick sponge j rubber covered on top with heavy rnarblcized rubber. Edges are tap- errd so Iliat rui; hugs the floor. It's less tiring to .sit than to stind and ninny household chores can tie performed ns easily while you're perched on a comfortable stool. One new compact step-stool has a deep, well-ndded back and a hinged sent which flips back to uncover the steps. Upholstery is brilliant touch plastic, and the frame is polished chrome. Comfortable setting Is R!SO promised by, new kitchen stools padded with foam rubber. Bright-colored plastic upholsters these and the frames are black metal. The petite woman who has to stretch and strain to reach oven the first shelf can add 10 inches to her height with a small, strong, AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for RHz & Roxy Program Announcements, II a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Slarvue. LAST TIMES TODAY Adults 75c Children 35c |OE IA1VD BEYOND IMAGINATION WHERE ADVENTURE NEVER ENDS! Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission, 14c & 39c At All Times LITTLE LIZ— Many o love triangle has end- td in o wreck-tangle. *HU* HOW DO YOU MEASURE UP TO THIS FIGURE Af THE FIVE CRITICAt POINTS *HIPS *TH1GH5 *CALVES *ABDOMEN *BACK 2 to 5 Inches and 15 Ibs. THE SAFE, EASY MatLEVY WAY PASSIVE EXERCISES THE MACLEVY SLENDERIZING SYSTEM '( le,ilurftl by CHARLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP Completely Air Conditioned 1116 N. 9th SI. In Country Club Addition Phone 2561 Charley Johnson, miniT — Kuth Beeker, Operator A Lasting Beautiful Memory Of Fatfier (Father's Day June 21) Even children sense the tribute of respect and honor that a monument of granite or marble bespeaks. If your family cemetery lot still lacks this reverent tribute, symbolic of your devotion, consult with Jno. C. McHancy and Sons now. ° The personal (ouch of highly skilled craftsmen on every McHnney monument is an established tradition. This Is attested by the continued growth and expansion of facilities of Jno. C. McHnney & Sons for 33 years. You are personally Invited to visit with them. You'll be surprised nt how reasonably you may express your sentiment in words that will live through time. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON 33 Years in Blytheville Jno. C. McHaney & Sons Your Monument Men" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature Queen Of The I IWild West Show !l p» PRESTON FOSTER • MEIVYN DOUGUS —PLUS— Serial: Gang liusters Cartoon: Rock-A-Byc Bear SUN - MON Double Feature , „ CHA«US con™ [ ^\ V MANK AUmsON I .. . N \ IE. CUVI ALAN LADD'DEBORAH ESS CHARLES EOYEKORfflHECALVET ALSO METRO NR\VS ng jour way to Never Land '~' : with its wondrous Pirates, Indian! and Mermaids! Ae long as you < ; live you'll never forget it! WdtDisneys A He* fcftiertmenl in Matiw Fktwt Enttillinnxflt MN TECHNICOLOR Wilh BOBBT DRISCOLl ai the Voi« o) Peltf Pjn Copjrrlihl Wall Dime/ Pioductlortt "BEAR COUNTRY" A Walt Disney True-Life Adventure SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE Wayne MORRIS 1 Serial: Secret 1 Code & Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY Also Paramount News & Cartoon Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Hoyt Brown & Family Mr. & Mrs. Charles Rrogdon & Family Mr. & Mrs. Claude G. IJriley & Family Miss Hetty I'rcsnell

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