The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 18, 1953
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f AGE FOUR (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TKTTRSDAT, JUNE 18, 1D5S ocietif P»t Mullins, Society Editor PhoDi 4461 White Bibles Are Presented To Bride-Elects MlM Mtry Lou Sawyers and Miss Rubye Le« Henson, bride - elects were honored at a double white Bible Mrvlce given rjy members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of Trinity Biptlst Church at the home of Mrs. R. W. Woolen, who Is president of Women's Missionary Union. Other than members and coun- •elors, eight guests attended. Making the presentations were Rev. David VcPeake, pastor of the church, Mrs. McPeake. counselor, Mrs. Wooten and Miss Juanita Overman, president of the auxiliary. Following the service, a reception T'li held. White iace over green overlaid the table from which party ioods and punch were served. Pink uiveetpeaa formed the centerpiece. MiK S&wyers and Miss Henson irere presented gift corsages of white blosnomi. A double lingerie shower w« jlven following the reception. Beginners League Conducts Meeting Second In t series of summer meetlngi for members of the Beginner'* Duplicate Bridge League was held yesterday afternoon at the Rustic Inn. TTie games are beiii sponsored by members of the Coun try Club League, but are not he! exclusively for Country Club mem bers. A nine-table Mitchel movemen was played, directed by Mrs. C. G Councille. North and South w'nner included Mrs. J. W. Adams and Mrs B. F. Klrshner, first place; Mis Arden Ferguson and Mrs. Jim Role aon, second place; and Mrs. F. W Whitner and Mrs. A. H. McManu tieing, with Mrs. Elizabeth Moor and Mn. T, J. Barnes for thin place East and West winners were Mrs Gean Atkinson and Mr*. Russel Fhillips. first place; Mrs. Rober Killian and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, thin place; and Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mrs. Georgia Bailey, fourth place. R.ubye Henson's Engagement Told H! Miss Ruhye Lee Ilcnson Mr. and Mrs. William D. Hcnson are today announcing the engage r:ent and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Rubye Lee Henson, to Seaman First Clasa John Allen Kromas, son of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Kromas of Waco, Tex. The wedding will be solemnized June '25 at Trinity Baptist Church, with the Rev. David McPeake officiating at the 5 p.m. ceremony. Miss Henson was a member of the 1952 graduating class of Blytheville High School and has been employed in the office of the Junior High School since her graduation. Seaman Kromas was a member of the 1950 graduating class of Waco High School and attended Baylor University where he was a junior prior to his enlistment in the Navy. He is now attending Submarine School at the New London, Conn., submarine base. j Sawyers-Parrish Engagement Is Told Announcement Is being made today of the engagement of Miss Mary Lou Sawyers to Charles Gay Parrish, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey P:\rrlsh. by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Frank Sawyers. The wectdinf! is lo be solemnized at seven o'clock in the evening of June 25 at Trinity Baptist Church, with the Rev. David McPeake officiating, Mls.i sawyers Is a graduate of Blytlieville High School, where she was a member of the Choir and Garden Club. Since graduation, she has bwn employed by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Parrish is a member of th« 1952 graduating class where he was active in extra-curricular activities. Following his graduation, he enlisted in the airborne division of the Army and Is now stationed at Port Bragg, N. C . Mary Lou Sawyers 4- Tell Your Wife Immediately If Marriage Is In 'Bad Shape' Ve-Nuptial Events Continue For Bride-Elect of R. C. Allen Color Makes The Trim 8986 11-4} By Sue Burnett A boldly contrasting fabric is used effectively for the collar and tie on this well fitting frock for dress-up events. included In the pattern is a collarless version, If you prefer. Pattern No. 8986 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 18, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, short sleeve 3>, yards of 39-inch; ?i yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier New?, 372 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111 Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53 .spring and summer. It's Continuing the whirl of pre-nup- ial events given this week center- ng around Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin of St. Louis, who is to be- ome the bride of R. C. Al.'en, were wo parties yesterday in her honor. Members of Club Eight with Mrs. C. L. McWatcrs entertained with a luncheon and bridge at Hotei Noble's Colonial Room, find later in the afternoon, Miss Vivian Taylor and Misfi Reen Norris entertained with a party attended by 30 guc.sta. Shower Is Given For Recent Bride Mrs. Rex Hughes, Jr.. a recent bride, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Forence Hughes, Tuesday evening, when guests gathered for an evening of party games. Special guests were Mrs. Clinton Atbott, mother of Mrs. Hughes, Jr., and Mrs. W. W. Hughes, Mr. Hushes' grandmother. Mrs. Hughes was presented with a corsage of gladioli by the hostess In party games, conducted fo.y Miss Roena Hughes, priMs were n warded to Mrs. Stnnton Pepper and Mrs. R. L. Adktsson. After gifts were opened and displayed, feed drinks nnd assorted party foods were served. Junior GA of Dell londucts Meeting- Members of thfi Junior Girl's Auxiliary of Del! Baptist Church met for tin; program, "Values In Christian Education," «t the church Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Clinton Smith gave the de- ot.innal nnd KnUiye CaUUvclI of- ercd prnycr, On program worn Patil- Ufi WiU, Louise Ballard. Knthyc Caldwell. Ann Phillips nnd Lois Key. Mrs. Smith Rave Hie benediction nd refreshments were served. At the Hospitals Blylhcvlllc Hospital Dismissed'. John Lloyd, City Mrs. Bob TveecR and baby, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Jcanette Council, City Mrs. J. J. Holmes, Strcln Mre. J. E. Sullins. Luxora MnrthA Decanter. City Mrs. S. C. BeaMjy. stccle Jo Ann Matthews, City Mrs. Raymond Choat, City Mrs. EstpJle Colston, City Mrs. E. T. Bachrlor nnd baby. City Mrs. Troy McDmnott, City Mrs. J. D. Hcnslcy, City Eddie Nickson, City EvrreU Pulton, City Mrs. Kalherine Duclos and baby, O.sceola For thp. occasion, Miss Fengln chose R Carlye original dres.s of blue and white print, with a matching fringed stole. She wore a half hat of floral design ami white accessories. She was presented with n. corsage of clusters of yellow carnations, interspersed with yellow ornamental butterflies. For luncheon, all the guests were seated at one long table centered with on oblong arrangement of yellow and white blossoms, with baby breath sprays. Bowls of yellow nnd white gladioli were used at vantage- points throughout the rooms. In the bridge games, Mrs. Charles : Langston and Mrs. G. O. PoeU won first and second place. The club presented Miss Feagin with a gilt of silver. Among the guests were Mrs. R C. Allen, the bridegroom-elect'. 1 mother. Mrs. Alice Womnck, his grandmother, nnd Mrs. Jesse M White, his aunt. Miss Taylor and Miss Norris entertained 30 gueste Inter in the afternoon, when Mrs. Allen was a special guest. A profusion of magnolia blossoms were used throughout, the entertaining rooms of the Samuel P. Norris home where guests were invited. Party foods and Iced drinks were served during the afternoon from the dining room table, which also held an arrangement of magnolias. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. C. E, Crlgger, III of Ft. Bennlng, Gn., Miss Charley Ruth fllnnkenship of Dell, Mrs. Bill E. Brnccy of Moultrie. Ga., and Mrs. Jim Stockley of Marlon. Bits of News Phonal Fourth of July Travel Listed as Most Dangerous BALTIMORE, Md. (fl») — Fourth j of July travel today presents more Mrs. Samuel P. Norris and daugh- j dangers to motorists than the Revo- , , , , , ft , ,„,_ n , ler, Miss Rftpn Norris, returned to 1 lutionary War held for the troops of j think as ' much about nousev.nt a. Memphis today where they are j George Washington according to I sne does - As a matter ot lacL ' I received this letter recentl from a disappointed husband: "Our marriage Is In bad ihape We don't seem to be able to d things together. I would like wile to take some interest In my job anr) what I am trying to do to get ahead. She claims that she does. But her actions eon- Iradlct her words. "She never has time to read anything because fine's always too busy taking care Ruth Milieu of our two small children and th house. Every night when I com home, all I hear about is the troubl' that she's had with the kids all day "If something has happened work that I have been enthusiast! about. I lose all my enthusiasm b. the time she's through telling abou her troubles. "She would probably say that am not much help around th house. She never tells me what shi expects me to do. I am just supposed to know what to do. "She seemfi to believe that Paul E. Burke, executive director of che Maryland Traffic Safety Commission and secretary of the Northeastern State Safety Coordinators. Burke says that while 4,435 men diocl in battle in the seven years of the Revolution an estimaedt 40,000 persons will be killed on u. S. high- spending the summer while Miss Norris attends summer school at Memphis Stale. They were here several days to attend parties for Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin, bride- elect of R. C. Allen. Mrs. Odell Sanders, Mrs. T. Bardwell and Mrs. S. Stevens, all of Clrarltisvon, Miss., anil Mrs. M. O. Usrey have just returned from a. trip to Canada and a tour along ! the East Coast and in Williams- [ fields 175 years ago." i burs, Ga. Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Bard- j The automobile toll on Fourth ot well and Mrs. Stevens have returned = July would be "appreciably re- • to. their homes in Charleston. ! duced." Burke says if motorists Mr. and Mrs. Eddie J. Tankersley j wou]d follow these suggestions: announce the birth of their first j U) Take long trips by easy stages, child, a son, whom they have named , Make a coffee stop of ten minutes Eddie J. Tankersley, Jr. He was j every two hours. Refreshment and don't think about it at all. I am usually thinking about an extra curricular project for work or some part-time business venture. "I am not handy in the kitchen I dont' see why she cannot behave in the kitchen the way a doctor be haves in an operating room, with ways this year '.'several hundred of me acting as her assistant. Do you them while celebrating on July 4 the independence won on the battle- Coming Events Thursday Mrs. Bill Cnblfi Is hostess nt 7:30 p.m. to members of the C and N Birthday Club. Friday Ladle* Bible Class of First Methodist Church has 3 p.m. meeting at the church with Mrs. B. M. Matthews nud Mrs. Winifred Mick as hostesses. v'cnrirdel Club meets at the Dixie Pig Drive-in with Mrs. Dick Shanks as hostess. Saturday BIythevllle Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Tuesday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has bridge and canasta party at Rustic Inn at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Ray Harrison ns hostess. born at Walls Hospital Tuesday. Mrs. Tankersley Is the former Miss Mary Ruth Porter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Dewey Porter. Misses Ramona Graf ton, Gay Garrlgan, Barbara Monaghan and 1 Mrs. Harold Stockton attended a ' party this week in Osceola for Miss Kathrlne Wheeler of Caraway, when Mrs. Wilbur Wildy was hostess . Misses Rosemary an/1 Annelln Humphreys left today to spend thp week end in. Fort Smith with friends. While there. Miss Humphreys will accompany friends to Tulsn. Okln., where she will attend the wedding of Miss Carol Bryan to Dick Izznrd. Petty Officer Third Class Louis L. Anderson lias arrived home on rest will help ready muscles and reflexes for the next leg of the journey; (2) Stay unruffled. Irritation blurs judgment and leads to dangerous chance-taking; (3) Schedule departure early enough for arrival on time at the destination. Include adequate time allowances for coffee and rest stops, meals and possible delays so that no speeding is necessary to arrive at the hour selected. Hotel Noble, and Mrs. Dross is the former Miss Pauline Roush o f BIythevllle. Mrs. Jim Stockley of Marion, Ark., returned today after spending several days as the guest of her mother. Mrs. S. S. Patterson. Lt. Bill Williams sailed June 10 trn Korea where he has been for „ , , one year. He is expected to arrive Long Beach, Calif., he will report on the ^ t CM5t Jlme 24 and , w|| , BOB'S ELECTRIC for Air Conditioning Installation & Service • Repair Service Wiring • Motors Phone 2423 956 E. Main delay enroute for several days. For- j f r0] merly stationed at Lts Alamitos. : to St. Louis, Mo. He has been the of his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Anderson, and will leave tomorrow. Mrs. Frank Dyche and daughter, Mrirlha Ann of Memphis are the guests ot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson and other relatives. They plan to return home on Sunday. Mr. find Mrs. Theodore Logan and 'Mrs Henna Shoppard returned from Hitesvillo, Mo., where they were called because of the death of Mrs. Logan's brother, W. P. Smith Grntiam partlow, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Pnrtlow, left today loi ROTO camp at Camp Gordon, Augusta, Gn. He will remain until August, when he will receive his second lieutenant's commission. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dross and children of St. Petersburg, Pla., are spending a week with Mrs. Dross is the former manager ot Roush and family. Tncy are route to New York City, where they plan to spend the summer. Mr. Dross i sthe former manager of visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Williams Inter. James Hill, Jr., has been taken to the Baptist Hospital where he is undergoing examination for several days. Mrs. R. I. Haley, who suffered a full several days ago,, is reported to be in satisfactory condition. Here's a quick and delicious company dessert: Fold hnlved sweetened strawberries (well-drained) and diced bananas Into sweetened whipped cream. Spoon in sherbert. glasses nnd parnish with curly shavings of semi-sweet chocolate. a complete spring se\vinp guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift, pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. DOUAR-W1SE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUI 17905 'k, Wo-n'cr CW.ft.4 "-' ' Adam-. Appliance Co. Inc. 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Alvin Webster & Family Mr. & Mrs. Rex Warren & Family Mr. & Mrs. Herman Oden & Family Mr. & Mrs. Fred Hoycllc, Jr. have any suggestions?" Just one. To 1» t> frank with your wife as you have been In this letter. Tell her everything you have told me, beginning with the (act that you feel your marriage Is In "bad shape." That ought to shock h'er into listening to what you have to say. Don't let matters go from oad to worse. Don't let your resentment and dissatisfaction grow. It Is kinder to a wife to tell her you feel that she is failing you, than to keep still and have her say someday in bewilderment: "Why, I thought you were happy. I thought everything was all right." Don't expect her to know how you feel about your marriage without being told. That Is the way she has been expecting you to know what you can do to help her around the You know how frustrating that can be. KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, 9!>% pure! Fine treated for dry application. 513.50 per 100 Ibs. A. H. 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