The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BI.TTHEVn.-LE (ARK.) COTIRIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 18, P«t Mullini, Society Editor Phont 4461 WSCS Circle Meetings Are Held Mrs. Billy Boylei Wedding Rites Held in Luxora LUXORA — Miss Jean Warren of Memphii. daughter of Mrs. Charley Watson, became the bride of Seaman Billy Boyles of Charleston, S. C., son of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles, Sr., Wilson in a simple Ilngle ring ceremony at the home of her parents in Luxora Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Marshall Connor, pastor of the Bono Church of Christ, performed the ceremony, attended by the immediate members of both the bride's and bridegroom's families. Miss Warren was attended by Miss Dixie Howard as maid of honr or. Buford Boyles, Jr., served his brother as best man. Miss Diane Stevens presided over the punchbowl at a short reception following the rltea. Mrs. Boyles was a 1953 graduate of Luxora High School, and is now attending Office Training School in Memphis. Mr. Boyles, a Wilson High School graduate, has spun the past three and a hall years in naval service, and has just recently returned from a Korean tour of duty. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Memphis Members of seven Circles of Wonv en's Society ol Christian Service ol the First Methodist Church gathered in groups at the home of members yesterday for program meetings, followed by social periods, when the hostesses served refreshments. Mrs. James C. Guard was hostess to 14 members, two guests, Mrs. Roy I. Basley, and Mrs. Mavis Set- tiemire, and one new member, Mrs. W. J. Card of Circle One. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater presented the devotional. Mrs. Hildred Bunch was hostess with Mrs. W. H. Wyatt as her co- hostess when 16 members of Circle Two met in the Bunch home. Mrs. Paul Jobe gave the devotional. Twelve members and one guest, Mrs. R. B. Baldwin of Jasper, Tex., who is spending the summer with Mrs. R. . McGraw, of Circle Three were entertained at the home of Mrs. P. E. Scott. Mrs. Oils Eberdt gave the devotional. Members of Circle Pour met at the home of Mrs. U. 8. Branson, with Mrs. Walker Baker as co- hostess to the 14 members, and one new member, Mrs. Homer Wilson, who attended. The devotional was given by Mrs. Leon Burns, and Mrs. H. C. Bush gave an outline for the program of next year's work. Circle Five members were entertained at the home of Mrs. Blan S. Heath when 10 attended. The devotional was given by Mrs. George Pyles. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth, with Mrs. W. A. Stickmon co-hostess to the 14 members and two guests, Miss Mary Hubler, and Mrs. Opha Hart. The devotional ws given by Mrs. O. C. Ganske. Mrs. C. L. Kclley and Mrs. Ralp Brownlee were ho.HU'.ss and hostess to Circle Seven with seve members and one guest, Mrs. O. E Quellmalz, who review the boo] "A Man Called Peter." Bits of News Presbyterian Meeting Held Forty members of the First Presbyterian Women of the Church met at the church for a monthly business and program meeting presided over by Mrs. Jesse M. White. Mrs. C. M. Gray served as program leader for "The Church in Thy House," after which delegates to the Bate.sville Training School. Miss Lois Fields, and Mrs. White, gave reports. Hostess for the afternoon were Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mrs. J. W. Fields, and Mrs. H, T. Kidd. Mrs. Johnny Marr and Miss Lois Fields presided at the tea table. Always The Favorite Sixteen Attend WSCS Meeting Sixteen members of Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Strtet Methodist Church gathered at the church for business presidec over by Mrs. Cecil Lusk, last night Mrs, Joe Thomas gave the opening prayer, after which the secretary rend a letter from Mrs. Robert McMaster, the pastor's wife, who 15 now on vacation and recently attended the conference in Fayette ville. Mrs. V. E. 'Gregory conducted the worship service when the scripture was read responsively. The meditation wns "Creating a Religious Environment." They were dismissed with prayer by Mrs. C. M. Baxter. Auxiliary Has Meeting in Home Miss Marian Mayes was hoste: at her home last night, to member of the Katie Hntton Young Wo men's Auxiliary of the First Bap tist Church, for a business and pro gram meeting. Miss Millie Ann Mallory pre.sid ed over the meeting, and Miss Cllf fie Overman gave the opening pray er, Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb taught the last chapters of mission study and th,e group was .dismissec with prayer by Miss Maxlne Hill. The hostess served a desser course, with the assistance of h<# mother, Mrs. John Mayes. Meeting Is Held 3y Auxiliary Mrs. J. D. McDowell entertained Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church .last, evening. Following the opening prayer by drs. A. D. Shiblcy, Mrs. O. O. Hardaway gave the cievolional. and the evaluation of Ihe past ynu-'s work WRR given by the ofTirnrs, Mrs. Hardaway, Mrs. W. J. Fltzhugh Mrs. J. E. Klllett and Mrs. D. H. Heju-nsberger. During the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. Yorbro WSCS Conducts Meeting Mrs. Henry Pollard was hostess at, hnr home last night for a pledge service given by members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Y a r b r o Methodist Church. "Faith of Our Fathers," was sung by the group after which Mrs. Monroe Besharse, Jr.. gave the opening prayer. Mrs, Waller Barnes read passages of scripture preceding the candlelight pledge service, Mrs. W. D. Hammond and Mrs. Gerie McGuire gave the program, which was closed with prayer by Mrs. Carl Burton. In the business session, which followed, it was reported that the carpet, bought by the WSCS, had been laid In the church. By Sue Burnett No other style tops the good looking shortwaist dress. This one has a brand new look in the notched collar In self or contrasting fabric. Pattern provides a softly shaped collar.' too. Pattern No. 8985 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14,16, 18, 20; 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 1C, 3 T i yards of 39-inch; U yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, 5,we desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER Marriage Licenses The following couples hnve obtained a marriage license in the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Monte Clyde Milligan and Miss Elva June Wadddl, both of Manila. Isaac Leon Ashby of Blytheville mid Miss Mary Frances Lester of St. Louis, Mo. Forrest Burton Priest of Springfield, Vt., and Miss Lena Marie Bourland of Manila. 1 W. Qulncy St.. Chicago 6, 111. Don't mtes 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 to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 I cents. Ail-Day Meeting • IsHeldbyCWF An nll-dny meeting of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First rlsUnii Church wns held at the rhniTh yeslcrday beginning at 10 n.m. A covered dish luncheon was held at norm With 'Mrs. Albert Taylor, nnd Mrs. Rupert Crafton, group loaders, us liostc.ssos. An executive board nnd general meeting wns conducted during the al'U'rnoon for the 12 nirnibcr.s who attended. Mrs. Russell Hays, treasurer, gave the group's yearly report nnd submitted the budget. In group count. Fuilh group was representec by five and tbe Hope group by five members. The worship leader, Mrs James Rainwater, gave the devotional. "Sensing the Divine Presence." which was taken from "The Secret Place." Following scripture reading from Genesis by Mrs. Rainwater. I he missionary benediction wns said in unison to dismiss the group. eriona.1 Mrs. T. H. Caraway is expected home today from Memphis where she has been a patient at the Methodist Hospital. Mr. am! Mrs. Clay Matthews, Jr., are the parents of their first, son, who has been named Stanley Arinlr. He was born at the Walls Hospital Friday. The Matthews have another child, a daughter, Karen Gale, who Is two years old. Mrs. Matthews Is the former Miss Jo Ann Adair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Adair. Mrs. Martha Bennett had as her guests Sunday, her daughters, Mrs. Collin Pnrhnm and Mr. Parham of Memphis; Mrs. Thomas Olree, Mr. Olree and daughter, Olenria of Luxora; Mrs. Sterling Murff, Mr. Murff and daughter. Martha of Caruthersville; Mrs. Marvin Ken- wrlght and Mr. Kenwright and their granddaughter, Teresa Kaye Caldwell of Qosnell; who were here especially to meet _ another daughter, Mrs. Micky Armstrong, Mr. Armstrong, and his nephew. Bob Armstrong of Brooklyn. N. Y. While here the Armstrongs will visit other friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs; LeRoy Hucldleston and children, Martha and LeRoy, Jr., left today to spend the summer months in Estes Park. Colo. Lt. and Mrs. 1 Dudley Hardy are home from San Antonio, Tex., to be the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. They will return June 30 to Smoky Hills Air Force Base at Salina, Kans. Mrs. Clayton Tompklns and children, Patty Ann, Clayton OdelJ, and Frankle Elsworth. of Boston, Mass., arrived Sunday morning for a visit of three weeks with her mother, Mrs. Annabelie Brown. Mrs. Brown had as other guests Sunday, Mr. ONE VET TO ANOTHER-ln observance of the ninth anniversary of the Battle o! Monte Cassmo. Italy. President Eisenhower is presented with Polish artisi Felix PopolsKi's painting of the battle The presentation was made o.v Waitei Szul. right, of London, chairman ot an organization of Polish veterans of the Battle of Monte Cassino. At the Hospitals Hlythcville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. LDiii.se Walpole, city. Billy Moslcy. city. OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY BUCKNITE Bring a Carload for $1 Double Feature WAHNM *»ot ...«« ""All ALSO CARTOON Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TIIES-WKD-THURS Double Feature and Mrs. Louis Salmons and family, Mrs. Nancy Thompson nnc children, Mrs. Rosalie Bailey and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Free Turnage and children. Mrs. Cleo Bradley and mother Mrs. Mattic Wilson, have returnee rom an 18-day vacation spent in Missouri, Illinois., and Wisconsin. Miss Freda Smith left today for Milwaukee, Wis,, (a visit friends and relatives. She will attend business school before returning. Mrs. Freddy Longitti and son. •Yeckly Martin, of Tampa, Fla., are to be the guests of her sister, Vfrs. Linda Proctor nnd family, and if her son, Edward Brown and Mrs. Brown. Pfc, Jimmy Garner arrived Sat- rday from New York to be the ucst of his wife, his parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Troy Garner, and his 'lie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Muray Hudson. He has recently re- med from Nevada Atomic prov- ng ground, and will remain here nt.il June 25, when Mrs. Garner ill accompany him back to New ork. Miss Barbara Ann Smith is vn- ationing In East Tennessee for weeks. She will visit friends , nd relatives in Knoxville, Rogers- | 'lie. nnd Kingsport, Drs. Carl and Edna Nies returned st night after ays In Memphis, Airman Ijc Howard R. Bailey ar- vrd last night for a two Week's visit with his parenU, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Btiiley and family. He was stationed nt Stewart Air Force Biisc in Newbursh. N. Y. Airman Bailey is a prndimte of Blytheville Hish School, a trended Arkansas State College, before enlisting and has recently completed entrance examinations to enter West Point. He was attached to the 12th Air Force Headquarters at Camp Linden in Wiesbaden, Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hojleman and daughters, Rosanna and v Michelle of Cle Slum, Wash., were guests of J. T. Hipp and Shirley Hipp and families for the past several days. They are also visiting oth- Coming Events Tuesday Mrs. John Walker is hostess at her home on Barfield Road to members ofthe Maple Grove Cemetery Association. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club American Legion Auxiliary meets at the hut. " j Trl-Town Club meets at the home of Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. R. C. Allen, Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs. Jesse M. White are entertaining with a tea at the White home, 401 East Davis, complimenting Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin of St. Louis, fiancee of R. C Allen. Wednesday Club Eight has 12 o'clock luncheon at Hotel Noble's Colonial Room for Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin of St. Louis, bride-elect of R. 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 1 Birthday Club. Blyiheville Duplicate Bridg League meets at Hotel Noble Miss Jettye Huffman is hostess to 'members of the GEO Club. Mrs. Jerry Scrape entertala members of the TLE Bridge Club. Friday Vendrdei Club meets at the Dixi< Pig Drive-In with Mrs. Dick Shanks as hostess. Saturday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. If you would paint comfortably hold your brush so that a free and easy wrist movement can be coordinated with the movement of your arm and body. Hold the brush firmly, yet lightly, and keep the pressure uniform. This keeps the bristles Iron wearing down unevenly. er relatives and friends here. Mrs. Holleman is a former resident. Mrs. Tony Bruschi and children of Clinton, N. J.. arrived yesterday spend a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs R. L. Mitchell of Promised Land. They were met in St. Louis by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Duncan, Mrs. William Casleman and Betty and R. J. Collier are leaving today for an xtended vacation in Shady Springs. W. Va., where they will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Lyle and daughter, Jean. They plan also to spend some time in Washington, D. Llo.vd R. Hocott has arrived home from Flint. Mich., where he is a student at General Motors Institute, to be the guest of his parents,'Mr. spending several j and Mrs. J. P. Hocott for two months. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Followay and family had as their week end guests, Mrs. Followay's sister, Mrs. Robert McAnnally. Mr. McAnnally, son. Johnny, and daughters, 1 Roberta Ann and Martha Jane of Garden City, Ala. REFRIGERATION and Electrical Appliance Repair All Work Guaranteed TOMMY BOGUN Phone 3046 or 9734 Adams Appliance Co. Inc. Cream Rinse Removes Tangles And Acts as Hair Conditioner Teens Develop Grace With Cat-Like Walk By NEA Beauty Editor JI your figure has become stooped and rigid from months of slouching, you'll want to limber it up for your ijathing-suit appearances. 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