PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10,1953 Pat Mullins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Wheeler To Wed In June Ceremony Here Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clifton Wheeler of Caraway announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Ann Katherine Wlieeler. to Charles Luther Wildy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Samuel Wildy of Etowah. The couple is planning a late June wedding. Music Recitals Are Presented In High School Auditorium Here Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe presented her \ Peggy Taylor, Mabel Crook, 1,0 piano pupils in recital Monday and. rettn Earls and Ronald Wagster. Tuesday nights with numbers rang- j Those receiving superior rating ing from beginning to advanced mu- j in memory were Becky Utley sic on both occasions. They were'Ethel Joan Wyalt, Richard Jill held (it the High School auditorium. VVyatt, Mnry Beth Mnrr, Molly J Beasley, Sandra Yatcs, Sara Am Her .students included Jimmy Tyrone. Ronnie McManus. Michael Coleman, Gary Sparks, Loretta Mai- lory, Homer Gene Connell, Marilyn miea, Richard Hill Wyatt, Ethel Jean Wyatt. Dianne Still. Sara Ann Miss Wheeler, a graduate of Cen- j BIWII, Betty Gowen. Becky Utley. tral High School at Caraway where Sandra MoorC| Lydia Jo Su( , bury . she was yaledictorian, received her bachelor of arts dearee at University of Arkansas. While at the university, she was a member of the Delta Delta Delta social sorority, serving as president for one year, Was a member of the Mortar Board, a sophomore counselor, served as president of the YWCA, was a member of the Eta Sigma Phi, honorary classics club, and was copy editor for the Arkansas Engineer magazine. Miss Wheeler was a member of the faculty at Blythevlll High School last year, Mr. Wildy, a graduate of Osceol High School, attended University o Arkansas, where he was a membe of Sigma Chi social fraternity. H is now engaged in farming at Eto wah with his father. Bridge League Plays at Club Members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League met at the club last night lor master poin game, when a six-table Howeli movement was conducted. Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. S. E Tune won first place, with second going to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, and Mrs. Frank Grigsby. Bernard Gooch and J. E. Stevenson won third and Mrs. H. W. Wylie and Mre. Joe Ferguson won fourth. Charmingly Simple 8817 By Sue Burnett A softly styled classic to flatter a woman's figure. And you can make It two ways — have one version plain, the other accented with rows of narrow lace or ruffling. Pattern No. 8817 is a ?e\v-rite perforated pattern in sizes 32, 34. 36. 83. 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 34, 4», yards of 39-inch. Mary Beth Marr, Sandra Yatcs, Cecilia Lusk, Linda Joy Lindsey, Molly Jo Beasley. Mary Elizabeth Abbott, Elizabeth Bristcr, Sally Jo King, Jerry Lowe, Mary Ann Tompkins, Carol Seeman, Loretta Earls, Mabel Crook, Peggy Taylor, Ronald Wagster, Marsha Nail. Vaughn Jerome, Mary Ann Brownlee, Peggy Cook, Donna Sue Byrd, Karin Cook, Mary Lou Sanders, Judy Regan, Jcanette Cobb, Jane Bartholomew, Betty Crocker, Patty Scott, Sherry Sparks, Jhnmle Lee Moore, La Neal Sudbury, Jo Alice McGuire. Ushers on Monday included Daima Reid and Patty Scott& and on Tuesday were Linda Rayder, Mabel Crook and Molly Jo Beasley. On Monday evening, those receiving superior ratings in memory and general progress were' and harmony. Brown, Dianne Still, Marilyn Rhea, Sylvia Ladd, Linda Lou Trieschmnnn, Jerry Lowe. Loretta Mallory, Linda Joy Lindsey and Lydia Jo Sudbury. Students who received awards for service to school glee clubs organizations and church groups as accompanists were Ethel Jean Wyatt, Elizabeth Brister, Sally King, Jerry Lowe, Mabel Crook Ronald Wagster, Mary Elizabeth Abbott, Loretta Earls, and Peggy Taylor. Fololwing Tuesday night's performance, students who receivec superior rating in memory were Karin Cook, Peggy Cook, Marsha Nail, Mary Lou Sanders, Patty Scott and Jo Alice McGuire. Awards for scervice were presented to Jeanette Cobb, Sherry Sparks, Betty Crocker. Jimmie Moore, Jane Bartholomew', Patty Scott and Jo Alice McGuire. Three students. Ronald Wagster, Peggy Taylor, and Sherry Sparks, received summer scholarships with Mrs. Lowe in junior piano 3 First Christian Groups Meet Members of the Faith, Hope and Love Groups ot Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met at the homes of members on Monday afternoon and Tuesday evening in groups. Eight members and one guest, Mrs. James Rainwater of Hope iroup, met at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., for the program, "Af- •ica Calling." After silent prayer, Mrs. Raimvn- ,er offered prayer. Mrs. Frank Brown, who served as program lead- r, gave the introduction and •showed a map o( Africa. Testimonials were given by Mrs. John McHancy, Mrs. John Durham, Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Mrs. Ben Harpole and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr. Mrs. James Terry told of "Women of the Congo," after vhich the missionary benediction VJIK repeated. Mrs. J. A. Luckett was hostess to ,0 members and one guest, Mrs. W. D. Cobb of the Faith Group. Mrs. . C. Ellis served as program lead- | r and presented the devotional. Following the introduction, testl-, monials were given by Mrs. George Barnes, Mrs. J. A. Luckett, Miss Neal Luckett, Mrs. V. O. Miller, Mrs. Albert Taylor, Mrs. E. M, Terry, and Mrs. C. A. Tant. Mrs. W. D. Cobb sang a spiritual, followed by prayer by the program leader and the missionary benediction by the group. Mrs. C. L. Moore was hostess and Mrs. George Croft was co-hostess to members of the Love Group at the Moore home, when Mrs. J. J. Morgan was program leader. Twelve members and one Mrs. James Rainwater, attended. Mrs. Morgan gave ,the introduction to the program, "Women and Money," and was assisted in giving the program by Mrs, Joe Pride, Jr.. Miss Jesse Srite, Mrs. C. L. Moore, Mrs. J. D. Davis, Mrs. Ben Henderson and Miss LoueUji Alley. Mrs. J. P. Garrctt gave the worship service nnd devotional. Business was conducted by Mrs. Joe McHaney, vice president. The missionary benediction was given to dismiss the group. Bits of News / I'lostlti l^crAonal J. B. Wisdom underwent surgery at the Blytheville oHspltal yesterday. His condition was reported as ;aUsfnctory this morning. Mrs. Robert Elmer and daughter. Gall, have retwuerf to Houston, "ex., after vlfiltlng lier parents, Mr. ,nd Mrs. John Etirp and Mr. and •Irs. J. B. Wisdom and sons. Airman First Class Bobby Turner, •ho Is stationed at McClellan Air rorce Base, Sacramento, Calif., has rrivcd to be the guest of his par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Turner. He cports back to McClellan Base on tine 27. Dan Blodgett, Mrs. Jack C. Owen nd Bon Henderson were In Meni- ihis yesterday to attend fuutval ervices for Mrs. John Mor^r.n Gunn, mother of J. L. Gunn, for- nerly of Blytheville. Mr. jind Mrs. N. H, Blaketnore have as their fiwstR, Mrs. Blakc| more's son, Sgt. James A. Fni/cier, For thifi pattern, send 30c in ' Mrs. Frazier and their son, James COINS, your name, address, sizti, Arthur, of Fort Myers, Arlington, desired, and the PATTERN NUM- • Va. They arrived here yesterday for HER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 372 W. Qutncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't, miss the new Basic FABH- ION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring eewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gut: pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. several days. Mrs. B. D. Kinney has Just returned from two months visit with her' daughter, Mrs. Freddy Dicapua of Newark, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Dicapua. are the parents of a son, whom they have named Ronny, and who 1 was born May 25. They have one other child, a daughter, Sandra Ann, four. Mrs. Violeta Pierce Stutte, a former BurdcUe High School student, was graduated from Central High School in Memphis, with commencement exercises held at Ellis Auditorium. Mrs, Stints' hu.sbanri is stationed with the Air Force in Memphis. WIN SCHOLARSHIPS — Winners of a Junior dents are juniors In high school and plan careers in piano and harmony summer scholarship are (from the field of music educations. Peggy is the daughter left) Peggy Taylor, Ronald Wagster, and Sherry of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe, Sherry is the daughter Sparks. The awards were made last night at a re- of Mr. and Mrs. John Sparks, and Eonald is the cltal presented at the High School auditorium by son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wagster of Cooter. Mo. Mrs, J. Cecil Lowe, who made the awards. The stu- Coming Events Tuesday Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. Alice Wo- Dolly Heitt YWA Elects Officers Officers were elected by members of the Dolly Heitt Young Women's mack and Mrs. Jesse M. White are j Auxiliary of the First Baptist entertaining with a teat at the Church, when thye met Monday eve- Buttered Grits For Southerners White home, 401 East Davis, complimenting Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin of St. Louis, fiancee of R. C Allen. Thursday UDC has 12:30 p.m. luncheon at the Rustic Inn with Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, Mre. G. Q. Poetz, Mrs. S. E. Webb, Mrs. R. A. Berryinan as hostess. A business meeting is to follow. Fidclls Class of the First Baptist Church has meeting at 7 ".30 p.m. with Mrs. Fred L. Boyett Sr., at 501 South Lake. Friday Mrs. Clyde Patton is hostess to members of the Vendredi Bridge Club at the home of her mother, Mrs, Garth Castllo, at 7:30 p.m. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: R. B. Neal, City Mrs. Emma Mclntosh. City Greta Lynn Hodge, Steele Mrs. R. C. Hndge. Strrle Wanda June Henson, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Nora Davis, City M. S. Miserick. Holland Mrs. M. S. Miserick. Holland ning at the home of Mrs. Jimmy Branscum. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. f/P)—Florida Commissioner o! Agriculture Nathan Mayo and his wife, both dyed-in - the - wool Southerners, were ; deeply shocked recently when they Miss June Veach gave the opening w breakfast with some North- prayer, after which the out-going j president conducted a business session. Officers who were elected for the summer months include Mar- eery Dougherty, president; Carol Ann Holt, vice prseident; Ann Hester, secretary and treasurer; Helen Norman, program chairman; Marilyn Dougherty, community mission chairman; Frances Slayton. missionary chairman; and Martha Foster, social chairman. Mrs. Willie Dobson, counselor, gave the benediction. Mre. Ollie Orimmett of Louisville, iy.. wile of the late Dr. W. A. Grimlet is here for several days on btis- icss. While here, she will be the uest of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mayo. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Bennett, ot Bcksonvllle, Pla., and children, Ka- cn and Tommy, are here visiting mother, Mre. Charles Newcomb, nd brother, Charles Ray Newcomb. Irs. Bennett is the former Miss Inry Jo Newcomb of Blytheville. Katie Hatton YWA Conducts Meeting Mrs. Hubert Seymore was hostess to members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church, Monday evening for a weekly program. Miss Micky Allen served as program leader and Miss Cliffie Overman presided. Miss Marian Mayes, Miss Maxlne Hill, and Miss Lounell Overman assisted Miss Allen. Miss Patsy Bartholomew, who has been attending Blue Mountain College, was reinstated. erners and caught them putting crnam and sugar in their servings of grits. A white pile of grits is an invariable accompaniment of breakfast in the south. It's always eaten with melted butter. Now Mrs. Mayo's special recipe for grits has been printed on pocket sized cards for admirers of her cook-? ing. It's a simple recipe— but it's distinguished by a warning in big letters at the bottom: ''You do not eat grits with cream and sugar." Unwelcome Guest TUCSON, Ariz. (£»>—Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Smith found an unwelcome guest in the small pool at their home here. It was a 2',^-foot alligator. They transferred the reptile to a barrel. Where the 'gator came from the Smiths do not know. SO every Season fur a OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK Color TECHNICOLOR HTTT COIHfl CH-VIIIIDN OOtOTHV HpH-llI-HBl-UiHl mm SarS ^.simi^rs 11 tal«l »»-<•'WUl U_ I Uq C* NOW SHOWING! v Wed.-Thurs. Fri.-Sat EXTRA! Cartoon ltkflk^00£ J&£ - »>' for summer comfort \ff@srus for extra winter warmth the weather you want... Only a MITCHELL Room Air Conditioner adjust! to maximum cooling for sizzling days, moderate cooling for juit warm days (and nights). Instant heal on chilly days. Filters out 99% of dirt, dust and pollen...circulates, venliloles ond exhausts. 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Trinkle and Family THURSDAY^ FRIDAY_ THE SECRET ODTLAW EMPIRE THAT RULED THE ROCKIES)" ... and the man with the name that nobody knew! . CHARUS DMKEJIMMr HUNT-JIM ARfftSS Paramount News &• Cartoon: Mouse Meets Bird RITZ GUESTS Miss Margaret LOUR Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Wnficr Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Slmneyfclt & Family Mr. & Mrs. ,Iacl< .7. Wagnon & Family Kozok Refugees Go to Kashmir NEW DELHI I/I") — During 1851, 375 Kazak tribesmen entered Kashmir after eiciplng from Communist-occupied Slnklnng Province of China. Indian Deputy Home Mln- later B. N. Dstar says. Datar says 172 of them have gone to Turkey, »nd six to Mecca, Twen ty-five died, due to exhaustion af ter trekking across the most Inhospitable Himalayan terrain «nd other causes. The remaining 112 are still In Kashmir and the government of India is trying to afford facilities if they want to go to any other country for resettlement. The government so far has spent $9,030 on these refugees, Datar says. Record Nome NEW HAVEN, Conn. (IP) — Tht Great Keeper of Records for th» Grand Council of Connecticut, Improved Order of Red Men, hai a name thrtt's easy to remember. It'i William L. Records. ^J Blytheville, Ark. SPBAT WEEDS AWAr WNH ATLACIDE THE SAFER CHLORATE KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA GRASS, and many other grasses and weeds. Destroys weed roofs . . . prevents regrowth. In convert lent powder form; easy lo mix for use as a spray. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Cookbooks are so easily »me»r> ed that transparent plastic Jacket* might be a eood investment. re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times WED -THURS Double Feature —PLUS- CARTOON: Lambert Lion Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort at Martin's He'll get a kick out of kaynee swim trunks Put sand, sea and your son together and you've got a combination that calls for Kaynee swim trunks! Here'a a batch that's good at the l>each—or in your backyard pool. All with boxer waists, elastic leg supporters and buttoned pockets. Nylons, Sanforized* printed cottons, gabs and twills in a wide variety of styles and colors! gi /es 1 ( 0 20 •Residnil ihrlnkagc leu than 1% Be sure to see the Bathing Beauty Contest Thurs. nit eat Blytheville High School. iore "frtrytWng for Mm & Boys"
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