The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 15, 1953
Page 2
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r PACK TWO m.YTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS , JUNE, 15, I9S8 oae P»t Muilins, Society Editor Phou» 4461 Stephens-Johnsor Engagement Is Made Known Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stephens R nouncf <he enfiftBemenl and a proaehing marriage of their dnut> ter. Miss Irene Stephens, to Holli Johnson, of Osceola. Miss Shephens is a graduate Russell Springs. Ky.. HiKh Schcx and attended Lee College in Clev land, Tenn. Mr. Johnson was pradi nted from Luxora High School ai Biro attended Lee College. He serve with (he Air Force, receiving h discharge in December of 1952. He ii now engaged In farinln with his father. Following the wedding they will live in Kentiick The marriage is to be solpmimi June 23 at the Burdette Church God. Variety Club Dance Is Given Members of the Variety Club he! a m&nthly supper dance at,the Jny cee Club Room Saturdny nifih with 38 members and 10 guestt pre sent. Hosts and hostesses were Mr an Mrs. Bill McCaughey and Mr. an> Mrs. Bill Mclrfod. The tables were decorated will red, white and blue crepe pape and red imitation firecrackers. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jamison, for mer members of the club, who re cently, moved back to BIythevlll from Memphis, were reinstated. Guests included Mr. and Mrs Denny Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Roberts, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geralt Porter of Texurkana, Mr. and Mrs Bill Rayder, George Green am Miss Dorothy Ann Gurley. Following im evening of dancing refreshments were served. Tops In Date Wear 8982,, >zT By Sue Burnett Just right for Important dales all summer — and a handsome frock that Is so distinctive in its .subtle line and detail. Three sleeves are provided—setv the one that Is most flattering to you. Pattern No. 8982 is n sew-rile perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, IB, 18, 20; 40, 42, 4*1. Size 14. 4'i yards Former Resident Exchanges Vows In Batesville Mrs. James Munoy Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Van Hooser of Jonesboro, formerly of Blylhcville, announce the mturingc of their youngest daughter, Mlw Barbara Van Hooser, to James Paul Muncy, son of the Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Muncy of Malbourne, Ark. The wedding was quietly soiemn- zed May 31 at Batesville, Ark., at .he home of Dr. E. P. J. Oarrett. Mrs. Muncy was graduated from Blytheville High School, where she •as active In several extra currlciir ar activities, and was a student in Arkansas State College. Mr. Muncy s a graduate of Wilson High School, ml also attended Arkansas State College. Following a brief wedding trip. hey have returned to Jonesboro to lake l.helr home until September, 'hen Mr. Muncy will enroll at th Jniverslly of Arkansas, Fayettevlll OSCEOLA NEWS By Bet lye Nelle Slarr Dr. nnd Mrs, Alfred Vise are In Nashville, Tenn., where they are Bviesls of their non. Hurry Vise, and their Infant daughter, for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ellis and daughters, Bobble Sue, and Amanda Jo are vncatlonlng in South Carolina for two weeks. They will be the gucat« of Mr. and Mis. Irving Stone of Columbia, S. C., mid Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stone of Dillon, 8. C. Mis.ics June Veach and Betty Ann Mulling were In Memphis yesterday to take Mr. nnd Mrs. Buck j'lldi Club Meet! An ice course was served Thursday night when the Widow'! Pitch Club met at the home of Mrs. J. W. Cartwrlght. Playing wilh the member! were Mrs. Qeoree Raines and Miss Ruth Massey. Mrs. A. F. Williams was I high score winner and Mrs. Bettyc Nell Starr won second. Mrs. Butler Hostess Mrs. Bnn Butler, Sr., entertained her Tuesday night supper club at the home. Six guests were present. Personals Miss Ann Massey is a patient at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Jack Wilson, Sue Wilson and for her home in Gates Tenn., where she will spend the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengcn, Sr., had as their week end guests, their daughter, Miss Virginia Swearengen of Memphis, and Lt. •• Evans to the Methodist Hospital to ' w]]0 , sta ' tloncd ln visit their son, Tony, who is a pa- * B tlent. Miss Ernestine French accompanied by Miss Oenlvleve Avis of Holland left Friday for University of Colorado, Bolder, where they will attend summer session. Mrs. Thomas F. Darnell and daughter, Tommye Irene, of Mon- tlcello, Ark., left this mornlnu for their home after spending several Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stockton returned to their home yesterday, after visiting in with her parents. Newport, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brooks, and with his parent.% Mr. and Mrs Paul Stockton of Dallas, Tex. Mrs. Billle Marie Barnett Reid and son, Bill, left yesterday accom panying Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wood to their home in Byhalla, Miss., days with her sister, Mrs. Ott Mul- to their home in Byhalla, Miss., lins and family ' where they will spend several days Mrs. Eloise Nicholson and Miss i « s S» ests of Mr - flncl Mrs - Wood . duplicate League 'lays at Hotel Members of the Blytheville Dup cate Bridge League gathered Sal i-day afternoon at Hotel Noble, fo he semi weekly bridge session, whi- five nnd one half table movomcn as conducted. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. S . Tune took first place, with sec [id going to Mrs. Foy Etchleeon an <lrs. T. ,7. Barnes. At the Hospitals BlythevWe llnspilnl Mrs. Roy, French, Holland John D. Wisdom, City Mrs. Lenn Azbell. Cooler Beverly Jones, City Brenrta Clark. City John Lewis. City Walls Hospital ismtsKecl : Baby Mcdford, City • Mrs. Raymond Mn swell. City Mrs. Raymond ChoiH and bubj ,ty Mrs. Jo Matthews and baby, City 30-Inch. For this pattern, send 30c ll OINH. your name, address, six sired, and the PATTERN NUM EB to Sue Burnett, Courier News 2 W. Quincy St.. Chicago 6, 111. Don't, miss tlie new Basic FASH ON for '53, spring and summer s a complete sprinR sewing guide r smart, practical wardrobes; gl'f ttern printed Inside the book. 25 nts. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK EXTRA! 2 Cartoons TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BUCK NITE Bring a Carload for $1 Double Feature WAKNKM tfttOB. ...M.T ALSO CARTOON and Mis: Margery Mayo of Osceola left for two weeks' vacation in Daytona Beach,' Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doggelt and daughter, Miss Sheila Doggett, and son, Richard Doggett, Jr., arrived yesterday from Clarksdale, Miss., to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Coleman and family for several days. Frank Baughman arrived yesterday from Tacne, Ariz., to spend several days visiting .with friends nd relatives, Mrs. M. W. Lewis and vlr. and Mrs. L. Lewis. Mrs. M. TV. Lewis spent the week md in Sikeston, Mo., with Mrs. Chester Whistle and family. Mrs. Culley Hclums has returned o her home in Saloon, Miss., after pending a month with her sister, Mrs. H. T. Cozart. Miss Patsy Bartholomew drove a group of six girls to Ravenden Springs, Ark., yesterday for a week at the Baptist OA Camp there. They Included Martha Jane Bartholomew, Pat Willlngham, Geraldine Baker, Mary Louise Turnage, Mnrllyn Baker and Grade Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. EubanKs announce the birth of their second child, B son at Walls Hospital Thursday. The baby, who has been named James Ira, has a brother. Robert Edmond, who is seven years old. Miss Rosa Hardy left Saturday as who have been guests of Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Dickinson. James Cecil Lowe II has arrived home to spend the summer months as guest of his family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and Jerry. He is a student at. Washington University School of Medicine In St. Louis. Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin and her father, Lawrence E. Feagin. v/ill arrive from .St. Louis tonight to be guests of Mrs. R. C. Allen, and son, R. C. Allen, fiance of Miss Feagin, for several days. J. B. Brlsendine, formerly of Blytheville, now niaking his home In Fresno, Ctvlif,, is here visiting his daughters, Mrs. A. G. Bruce and Mrs. W, T. Davis, and other relatives and friends. Before returning to California, he will visit another daughter, Mrs. Bennie Harrell of Jackson, Miss. MiBS Emmiidel Swearengen is spending several days in Jonesboro as the guest, of Mr. and. Mrs Tom Walls. Mrs. Walls is the for mer Miss Jean Slielton of BlythO' ville. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and son were In Millington and Memphis yesterday where they visited Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. A. Lowe, Mrs. A. E. Sargent, who underwent najor surgery last week and 'Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Maddox, who^nre patients in Adlcr Clinic. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN «l 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for RiU & Roxy Profimrn Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m, for Starvuc. LAST TIMES TONITE M-G-M s£7 DOES IT AGAIN! Now » NKW drnmvtic spectacle brought to the screen. The flaming love story of ft Queen I ^_ jr.An _„ 3i r.virtin SIMMONS GRANGER IIKnORAII CIIARLKS KERR-LAUGHM ^ Paramount News & Cartoon: That's My Pup Ritz Guests Mr. & Mrs. Dewcy Porter & Family Mr. & Mrs. Raydo Veach & Family Mr. & Mrs. Fred McGregor Mr. & Mrs. Guy L. Rodgers TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY QM mm BROS: IIIBILANT NEW FROOUCIION -. ^ mnmn« DANNY THOMAS-LEE- DAVIS 1 LEONARD ALSO SELECTED SHORTS «TH ^-W MILOSEO OUNNOCK *MO t. M «,r I, . EOUARD FRANZ SAMSON RAPHAELSON K»u» fu. Ir FRANK DAVIS < LEONARD SIERN *x LEWIS HELT2ER • •„«« >.«, RITZ GUESTS Mr. * Mrs. Alex Shelby & Family Mr. & Mrs. Bilbo Slalcup & Family Mr. & Mrs. Herman Tinker & Family Mr. ,& Mrs. Albert, Taylor & Family David Wilson were shopping In Memphis Friday. Mr. and Mr». Tony Phllllpi were Mcmphl« visitors Friday. Charles Haynes Sullenger flew to Memphis over the week end from his home In Manhattan, Kans., to return his aunt, Mrs. Charlie Sul- lenRer, to his home to spend the summer. They drove back in Mrs. Sullenger's car. Mrs. Dick Bagby and her daughter, Mrs. Lan Williams, Jr., ol Jonesboro, left Monday for Baytow^, Tex... where they will visit Mrs. Bagby's sister, Mrs. Thad Pelton and family. Mrs. J. L. Lovewell and Mrs. Kate Hale have just returned from Bnytown, where they attended the graduation of Mrs. Lovewell's crancldaughter, Miss Suzanne Pelton. Coming Events Monday .Woman's Auxiliary at St. Ste- phen'i episcopal Church meeti at the home of Mrs. J. D. McDowell at 1033 West Aeh at 8 p.m. Tuesday Mm. John Walker In hostess at her home on Barlteid Road to members ofthe Maple Grove Cemetery Association. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club. American L«glon Auxiliary meets LUXORA NEWS Bj MRS. G. C. DRIVER Conference Delegate Miss Mae Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clark, is attending the state Future Horaemakers of America leadership conference being held at Southern State College at Magnolia this week. Miss Clark, high school senior, is the delegate of the local P.H.A. chapter, and is president-elect ol that group. Scouts Leave Scoutmaster Raymond Pate and 18 members of the Boy Scout Troop !eft by truck Sunday morning for a week's encampment at Camp Cedar Valley at Hardy, The group was accompanied by W. F. Lowerins, who provided transportation. Cost of the trip, attended by the largest delegation of local scouts sent to the annual encampment, was defrayed through the recent blrdhouse conservation project completed by the group. Personals Thirty members ol the Baptist Training Union had a picnic social on the church lawn Friday night. After tlie meal, games we« enjoyed by the group. Mrs. E. J. Mlkulencak honored her son, Sonny, on his third birthday Wednesday afternoon with a party, held In the recreation room o! the First Baptist Church. Fifteen young i friends of the host from Luxora and Osceola attended the affair, highlighted by the traditional conclusion with ice cream and cake. Favors were presented the guests present. Mrs. John J. Helflln, Jr. and daughter of Memphis were recent houseguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke, Sr. Mrs. J. M. Gardner and children of Odessa, Texas arrived here recently for a visit of several weeks with her mother, Mrs. W. A. Brantley. Tommy McHaney of Memphis arrived last week for the summer months here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown. the at tht hut. Trl-Town Club meets at horn* or Mrs. Jimes Terry. Mre, R. C. Allen, Mrs. Alice Womack and Mr». Jesse M. White are entertaining with a tea at tht White home, 401 East Davis, complimenting Mia Mary Lawrence Fea- gln of St. Louis, fiancee ol R. C Allen. Wednwday Club Eight has 1J o'clock luncheon at Hotel Noble'i Colonial Boom for Miss Mary Lawrence Feagln of St. Louis, bride-elect of E. C. Allen. Beginner's Duplicate Bridge League has meeting- at the Rustic Inn. Thursday Mrs. Bill Cable Is hostess at 7:30 p.m. to members of the C and N Birthday Club. Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble. Miss Jettye Huffman Is hostess to members of the QEO Club. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertaine members of the TLE Bridge Club. Friday Vendrdei Club meets at the Dixie Pig Drive-In with Mrs. Dick shanks as hostess. Saturday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. :re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starrs 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39e At All Times If any color starts to run when washing rayon, immediately rinse In cold water. Never wring rayon. 394.48 Twin 75 with 2 Mtfer-Misers. One air conditions, dehumidifles in mod*rate weather... both team up to double cooling power on hot days. wifh Exclusive Up-ond-oround air c/rci/)afjon HALSELL& WHITE Main & Division FURN. CO. Phone 6096 LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature WIDMARK PAL —PLUS— ALSO METRO NEWS TUBS - WED - THURS Double Feature , —PLUS— The inside story of the bad men of history! ALSO CARTOON. Friendship SALE •; a KLEErVSHEER HOSIER/ Regular $1.65 Claussner Dark Heel Nylons Lot 510 60-Gauge, 12 Denier, Sheerest Ever Designed for leg flattery with slim pencil-lined seams. Colors: Tropic Dawn, Soulhwind and Spring Festival. Medium length size 8^-10(4. Long size Vj-11. Sizes 8!/2 fo 11 COLORS: Lot 110 Tropic Dawn (shell-toned neutral) Southwind (fashionable) Pair •"••**. Spring Festival (a light taupe) 3 Pairs 3.15 1.19 ». 1,33 r. Lot 765—12 Denier, 60 Gauge (Regular $1.65) 3 Pairs 3.45 1.95—12 Denier, 66 Gauge Ultra Sheer Nylons Lot 662 3 Pairs 3.85 Sale begins Tues., June 16fh Ends Sat. June 20lh PERSONALIZED 'PROPORTIONS L Once each year, with the co-operation of the manufacturer, w« offer a special sale of Claussner Kleer-Sheer nylons for one week only Friendship Week. The big event begins tomorrow. This is truly your opportunity to stock up on your favorite hosiery at worthwhile savings. Claussner 51.95 nylons are priced this week at 1.33 — a saving of 62c, which is a nice little sum, especially when you buy them in threes and sixes. 12-denier nylons are tht sheerest stockings made. Wear-sealed processed for longer wear, proportioned for a perfect fit, dainty pencil slim seams and delicate shades to flatter your legs. That describes these famed Claussner nylons. Colors: Tropic Dawn, Southwind and Spring Festival Medium length S'/j-ll. .

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