The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 11, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTTIKVTLLE (AttK.) COUR1EB NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1958 Society J\lewA f»t Muilina, Society Editor / Fhon* 4461 Bride-Elect Complimented At Two Events LOST CANE—Miss Marie Bourland, bride-elect of Pfc. Fan-tit Priest, Cnmp Pendleton, Calif., was complimented with a series of two events this week. Mrs. W. C. Powers and Mrs. M. Tomes of Manila. Mrs. E. L. Bennett of Luxora and Mrs. A. C. Owens of Blytheville were hostesses at the gymnasium for a miscellaneous shower, where a white, blue and silver color scheme was used. Tor the occasion, the honoree chose a peach-colored nylon afternoon frock, featuring a rhinestcme- studded round neckline. Mrs, T. A. Bourland. mother of the bride, chose a green linen dress. They were each presented with a corsage of gardenias. Party gnmes were conducted throughout the evening. Floor baskets of while held arrangements of blue, white and sll ver, and were placed at vantage points throughout the room. A large old fashioned blue garden wn tering pot, which centered the table where gifts were displayed, wa filled with a prolusion of white blossoms. Refreshments were served later in the evening from a table, overlaid with an Italian cutwork cloth and decorated with a bride and Broom. Mrs. Raymond White of Osceola assisted the hostesses in serving. Guests were from Blytheville, Osceola, Luxora, Victoria, Dyess, Dell, and Manila. She was complimented with party given by the GMA and Sunbeams of Little River Baptist Church with a social following their meetings at the church, with 22 .attending, including the sponsors, Mrs. E. S. Bennett, Mrs. P. M. weaver, Mrs. Lewis Baugher, and Mrs. T. A. Bourland. Games, under the direction of Mrs. Bennett, provided the evening's entertainment. Prizes were awarded to Carolyn Stutts and Opal Baugher, which they later presented to the honoree. A gift was presented to Miss Bourland by each of the organizations. Cake and punch were served. BETROTHED — Miss Chflrlene Ruth Blanken.ship is the bride- elect ol Midshipman Elwyn Cochran Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell of Dell, it was revealed last night at a party given at the Rustic Inn. Miss Blanken.ship is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ulus Sylvester Blanltenship of Dell. A late summer wedding is planned by the couple. Miss Charlene Ruth Blankenship To Become Late Summer Bride Mrs. Holder Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Worth D. Holder entertained at her home on Kentucky Avenue Tuesday afternoon for members of the Trl-Town Bridge Club and three extra guests. Included were Mrs. Oean Atkinson, Mrs. 'Mason Day, Jr., and Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr. In the afternoon's games. Mrs. Day won first place with second going to Mrs. Oarrard Caudill. Mrs. Holder served her guests a salad course following the games. Mr. and Mrs. Ulus Sylvester Blankenship of Dell announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Charlene Ruth Blankenship, to ,iman Elwyn Cochrnn Caldwell. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Cnldwcll of Dell. Trie bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Koehlo.r of Dell imd of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. A. G. Blankenship of Monette. She was graduated from Dell High School and attended Lindenwood College at St. Charles, Mo. ; Memphis State. Col- Announced at Party The engagement was revealed at a party given at the Hustle Inn Inst night. Mrs. Blankenship entertained with nine tables of bridge and canasta following a dessert course. For the event, Miss Blankenship was attired in a black nnd white cotton sheatli dress with blnck accessories. She was presented with a corsage of white Amazon lilies and a gift of silver. White and silver with pastels provided a color scheme in floral DtlOIt t-'liu-l iiif; ivn-iiipiii.T UL.IH. vi"- lege Memphis, where she is now a i nnd novelty decorations. Each „.,,',. I card table held a low bowl of senior. Miss Blankenship "Miss BlylhevHlc" of was chose and w Kibitzer Club Is Entertained Memphis State College's mntd of cotton In 1052. She is a member of Alpha Gamma Delia Sorority, and served as editor in 1952, and serves as vice president of the loka Wigwam Club. Midshipman CnWwell is the grandson of I. W. Cochran and the late Mrs. Cidiran of Newborn, Tenn.. and of the late Mr. and Mrs. A.'E. Caldwell of Union city, Tenn. Members o! the Kibitzer Club mrt! He was uvaduatnl from Castle yesterday afternoon at the Country! Heights Military Academy at Lob- Club when Mrs. Harry A. Humes wis ! anon, Tenn.. and for the past three hostess to the group. | years has attended the United Forming a centerpiece was nil ar- ] Stntes Naval Academy at Anniipo- rangement of multi-colored sweet- i Its. Md., where he was « member with miniature I of the Foreign Relations Club, Radio Club. Navnl Academy Chape! Choir, football tram nnd wrestling team. The couple is planning a late peas interspersed rosebuds. Mrs. Johnny White won high score in the afternoon's bridge games, with second going to Mrs. J H. Smart. summer wedding. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and -1 p.m. lor Kit?. .(• Roxy Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. (or Starvtie, THURSDAY & FRIDAY f THE SECRET OUTLAW EMPIRE THAT BDLED THElociFESI ... and the man with the name that nobody knew I .CHMaiSDMXE'JMMiriNHrr-JMIARKSS owsAimmm nun Paramount News & Cartoon: Mouse Meets Bird RITZ GUESTS Miss Margaret, Long Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Wafler Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Shnneyfclt & Family Mr. & Mrs. Jack J. Wagnon & Family card table held a low bowl of pastel swectpcnr! with larger arrangements of pastel gladioli at vantage points. Scorepacls were white Inscribed with "Charley nnd Elwyn," in silver. A bride nnd groom decorated tallies, nnd plane cards, nnd nnp- kins bore the couple's nnmes in Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIME STONITE Double Feature GINGEH CHA<m MAIIIYN IGRANHOGERS-COBURN-MONRQEI HOWARD HAWKS' .• — I'LUS— CARTOON: Lambert Lion FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature K7EICK UTftWMC .MMT* UBKX KMT MTt> Serial: Gang Busters Cartoon: Fit to be Tied Bride-Elect Honored at Party Miss Anne McDermott, whose wedding to Rudolph Recardo li, W be solemnized Saturday, wa« complimented with a miscellaneous shower given at the Dogwood Club by Misses Nancy Dlxon «nd Amy Bagwell early this week. The pre-nuptlal event was attended by Mrs, Raymond Talley, mother of the honoree, and 15 other guests, For the evening's activities, Miss. McDermott was attired In « while nylon dress with navy accessories. Pink mid blue tinted carnations formed her -shoulder arrangement, a gift of the hostess. Party games were played throughout the evening with Miss Shirley Bevll winning high score. Refreshments were served from a table accented with an arrangement of hydrangeas. Scout Luncheon Held at Hotel Twenty leaders and troop committee members of the Girl Scout Lone Troop Association attended the luncheon held at Hotel Noble yesterday, when guest .speaker was Miss Marie Smith of New Yoric, a member of the national staff. ? She spoke to the group on forift- Ing an inter-community study committee to plan an area council, which would comprise 15 counties. Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd reported that there are 173 girl scouts, 18 leaders, 2.1 troop committee members, 21 town committee members and five members of the executive board in Blytheville. Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt was in charge of the activities of the day. DAR Meeting, Luncheon Held Mrs. Charles Pi'ini nnd Mrs. Marlon willliuns were hostesses to members of the Clmrlevolx chapter. Daughters of American p-vo- lution, Tuesday with «. luncheon at Hotel Noble. For the luncheon, 'heir last meeting o( the year, the group was seated around one long table, which held a centerpiece formed of pink roses In a low crystal bowl. A short business session was conducted by Mrs. E. J. Cure, regent, and Mrs. H. W. Wylie was installed as vice-regent. I The program for the afternoon was In observance of two historical dates, Arkansas Day, June 10, and Flag Day, June 14. Mrs. Williams spoke ton the "Seven Wonders of Arkansas," and Mrs. George Pnllock presented "Oration on Makers of the Flag." Bits of News lub Eight Has Weekly Meeting Mrs. S. C. Owens was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon for a regular Wednesday meeting of Club Eight. All the members attended. Mrs. G. O. Poetz and Mrs. Otto Scrape won first and second places, respectively. In the aftonon bridge scores. Refreshments were served during the afternoon by the hostess. Summer flowers adorned bridge tables and other points throughout the entertaining room.t. liver. Out-of-town guests Included Miss darjorie Koehler.of Tunica, Miss., and Miss Doris Walker of Marked Tree. Prizes In bridge and canasta were awarded to Miss Blllte Sue Burks nnd Mrs. Jerry Morgan, first and second places in canasta. Mrs. Russell Greenway and Mrs. Jimmy Tldwell, first and second place in bridge. Mrs. E. A. Stacy and Mrs. H. B. Crawford assisted the hostess, in entertaining throughout the evening. Beginners League Has First Game The first meeting of Beginners Duplicate Bridge League was held yesterday afternoon at the Rustic Inn with eight tables of players attending. Winners for the afternoon included Mrs. Vernon Thomasson and Mrs. S. E. Tune, first; Mrs. Willard H, Pease and Mrs. B., A. Lynch, second place; Miss Arden Ferguson and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, third, and Mrs. Joe Hughes and Mrs. Jimmy Robertson, fourth. Tieing for fifth place were Mrs. Gears Atkinson and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin with Mrs. Bancroft Terry and Mrs. C. C. Councille. The games are to be conducted each Wednesday afternoon at the Rustic Inn for players interested in learning duplicate bridge. , Coming Events Thursday UDC has 12:30 p.m. luncheon at the Rustic Inn with Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. I. O. Wcstbrook, Mrs. Q. O. poetz, Mrs. S. E. Webb, Mrs. R. A. Berryman as hostess. A business meeting is to follow. * Fklelis Class of the First Baptist Church has meeting at 7:30 p.m. witli Mrs. Fred U Boyett Sr., at 501 South Lake. Friday Mrs. Clyde Patton is hostess to members of the Vendredi Brjage i Club at the home of her mother, Mrs. Garth Castlio, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs. Jesse M. White are entertaining with a tea at the i White home, 401 East Davis, complimenting Miss Mary Lawrence F<:a- it-' them. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Wilson of Greenville, Miss., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stevenson this week. Thomas Langley of Jackson. Tenn., was the week end guest of his parents, -Mr. and Mrs. William Langley. P. B. Jarrett is attending the North Arkansas Conference of Methodist Church in Fayctteviile. CAN REDUCE 1 to 3 INCHES and 5 IBS, or MORE IN 5 DAYS COURSE !NClUDES-Expeitfi<jur« ym, Pcmive £*eui«, Use of Ft.rr.ooi Moilovy Sleridro, Conlooi ond RooUt M»ihoniEol Manage", f-ftrm* Bikfli, Vibrolory BfllU, Pin. Vopor Balhi. FREE GUEST VISII-You oie invitsd Iff viiit ih, rnotl conveniently locot.d MACLEVY SALON for o free gueit dcm- onilrolion and your pmonol figurf anal/lit. No charge, nor oblig how urtlighfly bulg wanted pound* dlio nith pud Dorcas Class Has Election of Officers Miss Ellen Moore was hostess at her home Tuesday night to members of the Dorcas Class of Calvary Baptist Church, when an election of officers was conducted. Included were Mrs. C. S. Birmingham, president; Mrs. Leland Hodge, vice president; Mrs. E. H. McMurty, secretary and treasurer; Mrs Buforcl Cooley, Mrs. Barney Cockrell and Mrs. Luther Oann, group leaders; and Mrs. Ethel Burks. Mrs. Ethel Campbell and Mrs. A. D. Priest, social committee. At the Hospitals Blylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: E. G. Neeley, Huffman Thomas Clifford, City Eva Woods, ArmoreL Plorene Woods, City Jerry Coopers, City Ttoo*** *»*">. new• comfortof FRIGIDAIRE GREAT CIRCLE «* COOLING $233.00 Super 33 — complat* air conditioning, top quality features, at a new low price) und air circulation iurround* ou with healthful, refreshing coolnes* poiilive comfort at all times. • Cool*, dehumidifies, circulates, v»ntilat»i, filters, r*mov*s stale air. • Qul*t, dependable, tow-cost operation. • M*t*f-Mlser mechanism warranted for . 5yeori. «CII«-M New Frigtc/aire Room Air Conditioners $323.22 $394.48 $465.00 Super 50 ieti new standards for complete air conditioning com- forl, Beautifully styled,. Economical operation. Twin 75 with two Meter- Miien. 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Clyde, Billy, Chuck nnd Mitchell Patrick, all of Shreveport, La., are here to be the houseguesis of their parents and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson. Patsy Derrick of Little Rock will leave tomorrow to return to her home after spending this week j as the guest of Deloves Harris.! riau^ri'er of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon | Harris. I Mr. and Mrs. Percy A. Wright j have as their guests, their son, Lt. | --•----"•"'•----------'•"--•«i*--- = -«--««-«««- 1 ---"" Don H. Wright, and Lt. Russell j Blanchard for several days. For- ; merly stationed at Laughlin Air | Force Base, Del Rio, Tex., they are , en route to Phoenix, Ariz, Mrs. James D. Wimberly returned to her home in Biloxi, Miss., after usiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,J. T. Hipp, and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly. and her sister, Mrs. James Vest, and Mr. Vest. Mrs. Thomas F. Darnell and daughter. Tommye, of .Monticello, Ark., and James W. Bishop and son, Billy, of St. Louis are to be week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R, Ott MuIIins and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. James Russell have returned to their home in St. Louis after visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd. They accompanied Miss Peggy Lloyd to Blytheville after she spent several days with gin of St. Louis, fiancee or B. 0. Allen. RESULTS GUARANTEED CHARLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP Completely Air Conditioned 1116 N. 9th St. in dry. Club A.M. Charley Johnson'— Ruth Becker riione 25(il OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK LITTLE LIZ- A penny saved is a penny earned—and besides, you won't have to pay tax on It, CMEAS NOW SHOWING! Thurs. Fri.-Sat. EXTRA! Cartoon KTCftsikfc at last, a strapless bra with uplift that KEEPS UP! Peter Pan's patented pre-Shaped Dura-form cup guarantees lasting uplift —washing after washing —for the whole long life of the bra! 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