The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 20, 1953
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PAGE TWO BT.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, -TUNE 20, 1953 oa& P»t Mullins, Society Editor 9 etu Phone 4461 ENGAGED — Miss Lcwell McAfee of Wilson is engaged' to Jimmy Lee Winjffield. son, of 11 r. and Mrs. .lames Bert Wingfield of Prescott, Ark., it is announced today by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jefferson McAfee. They plan an August 25 wedding nil the First Baptist Church in Wilson. McAfee-Wingfield Nuptials Set For August 25 WILSON — Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jefferson McAfee of Wilson announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Lewell McAfee, to Jimmy Lee Wingfield, son or Mr. and Mrs. James Bert Wingfield of Prescott. Ark. Miss McAfee is a graduate of Wil- Bits of News son Hiah School and attended Hon- dersci. Slate College at Arkadelphia. where she was a member of (he Delta Sigma E'psilon sorority. The bridegroom-elect attended Southern Slate College. Magnolia. and was graduated from Oklahoma A and M Colllege. Stillwntcr. and did post graduate work at University of Arkansas. Fayetteville. He is r.jw serving In t!:? Air Fra;ce ."'id is stationed at Lackland Air Force Base at San Antonio. Tex. The wedding will be solemnized Aug. 25 at the First Baptist Church in Wilson. MARRIED — Mrs. Hertzl Heiman was before her marriage, Miss Virginia McAfee of Wilson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Tony Jcfter- son McAfee, also of Wilson. Mr. Helman is the son of Mrs. Myer Helrnan of New Orleans. They arc making their home In Memphis Wilson Resident Weds in Memphis WILSON — Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jefferson Me A fee of Wl Ison n n - nouncc the marriage of their dsuiph- tpr, Miss Virginia McAfee, to Her 17,1 Helman. son o. f Myer Kctmcn of New Orleans, La. The couple exchanged vows In civil rites performed Feb. 21 In Hernando., Miss., and vows were re- nffirmed In a religious ceremony performed June 14 at the home of Rabbi Wax. The bride Is a graduate of Wilson High School and attends St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis. The bridegroom, a graduate of Louisiana State University, is a senior at Southern College of Qptom- etry in Memphis, Miss Lewell McAfee attended her sister as maid of honor and Harold Heimne of Baton Rouce, La., served his brother as best man. The couple is making their home in Memphis. Keep needles and thread in a spot convenient to your ironing board. This will encourage you to resecure buttons and sew dropped hems and seam rips as you find them. Puli a woolen skirt taut as you press it to get rid of a baijgy snt- out look. Read Courier News Classified Ad* KILL JOHNSON GRASS with Sodium Chlorate, 99% pure'. Fine treated for dry application. $12.50 per 100 Ibj. A. H. WEBB CULVERT TILE CO. Hiway 61. State Line Ph. 8414 Paris and Supplies for All Cars, Trucks and Tractors 555 til N.rt* Bmdtta; tk.ot 4511 and 451Z Miss Feagin Is Again Honored At Luncheon A bridEtvhnioheon wns given yesterday, continuing pre-nuptlnl pnr- tiej. given to honor Miss Mary Liuv- rence Feagin of St. Louis, who is Ihe bride-elect of R. C. Allen. Mrs. E. M. Reynold was hostess lo yesterday's party at Hotel Noble's Colonial Room where wedding rings in a white and silver color scheme touched with pink formed the decorations. All guests were seated nt n long inble. which held n low oblonff centerpiece of while stocks nnd silver ncclon in a large white wedding band. Standing on CReh Kkle of the centerpiece wns a silver wedding band, studded with white carnations, whieli were centered, xvlth miniature rosebuds pulled through the carnation's centers. Place cards were adorned with n spray of valley lilies nnd a silver wedding band attached by a white :atln bow. A crescent-shaped arrangement of white stocks Interspersed with silver lacclon was on the buffet.. Miss Foagln. who wns presented with a corsage of red carnation mums, ^Yhich she pinned at her waist, wore for the afternoon's nc- O. W. Lewis and John M. Duncan were in Little Rock yesterday to attend a business meeting at Hotel Marlon. Dr. Milton E. Webb left this morning for Rochester, N. Y., where lie will attend tht 56th Congress of American Optometric Association. Mr. and Mrs. Doc Hurley and children, of Detroit. Mich., arc the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher lj King and family. Miss Virginia A. Davis entered the Blytheville Hospital today for iurgery. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brown left Wednesday for a vacation trip through the East. They will stop at Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia and New York. At Philadelphia, they will visit Mrs. Brown's cousin. Paul Alexander Wilhelm. and family. They plan to return tlie first of July. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Romano and children of Fresno. Calif., are the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smothermim and [umily. They are enroute to St. Louis to visit Mrs. Romano's parents. Mr. Romano Is a former Blytheville resident. Petty Officer 3/c Jerry,Whitworth I has arrived home from Korea, whcrfi he served with the Navy, l.o te the guest of Ms mother, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Rosen- thnl will spend several days in Memphis next week, attending fashion shows at Hotel Peabody. Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting Members of the Vendredi Bridge Club met at the Dixie Pig Drive-. In last nlcht, when Mrs. Dick | Forrest Burton Shanks was hnstess for the weekly meeting ni the group. Her guests, other than club members, were Mrs. Fan-oil Berryhlll, I j nK th e j r W cd »nd Mrs. Ocorald Blomeyer. Quests spent the evening play- Priest-Bourland Rites Conducted MAKKIKO — Mr. and Mrs. Priest are shown follow- brldBc .after which they were served n dessert course. Winners of dinfr, which was performed served n dessert course. Winners or Wj , . c the game, were Mrs. A. 8. Harrison, [ Wednesday at- tlrst place; Mrs. Blomeyer, second tornoon at Lit,| t{j ver fj ap _ first place; Mrs. Blomeyer, second place; and Mrs. Max Walters, brldgo. . Bouciucls of bachelor buttons were ; list L ft tl r c n. placed at vantage points In the Pine Jjf Si Priest is Room, where guests were entertained. At the Hospitals Blythevillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Edward Brown and baby, city. Mrs. H. O. Wright, city. Jona Davis, city. ; Mrs. Tom Salmon and baby, city. Betty Stiles, city. Mrs. W. L. Neal. Holland. Wayne LeRoy Davis, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Davis Dean, city. Mrs. S. D. Bray, city. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. ami 4 p.m. for Ritz A ROIJ Program Announcements, U a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. SATURDAY ONLY SKRIAI Secret Code No. 15 CARTOON—Child Sockology SUNDAY & MONDAY * ' When bi(5.cily pltjboj t llh im»tl-town pfcttj, il kug.tnd-run ronur tingl-nfl with lunei. jumping with dincct ind blighter! '* PARAMOUNT NEWS CARTOON—Father's Weekend RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. George Johns Mr. & Mrs. Horace Wnlpolc Mr. & Mrs. C. II. What ley & Family Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Wallace & Family Coming Events Monday Circles of the First Baptist Church meet In Circles fit 2:30 p.m. as follows: Circle One with Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, 1401 West Main; Circle Two with Mrs. C. W. Afflick, 203 North 10th.. Circle Ihvee wllh Mrs. J. T. westbrook at HOI Hearn; Circle Four with Mrs. Russell Marr; Circle Five with Mrs. Leslie Moore at 2517 West Hose; Circle Six with Mrs. W. E. Buchanan on North Highway 61 and Circle Seven with Mrs. Jodie Nabers nt 518 West Main. Members of the Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church have meeting at the home of Miss Millie Ann Mallory. Lake Street Methodist Church WSCS has 8 p.m. meeting. Number Nine Home Demonstra tion Club has meeting. 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 as hostess. Mrs. Harry Bogan is hostess to members of the Octave Club. Miss Vivian Taylor entertains N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate League plays at the Club. Wednesday Beginners Duplicate Bridge League has afternoon meeting at Rustic Inn. Club Eight meets with Mrs- H. G. Partlow. Thursday TLE Club has meeting nt the Razor/back with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe as hor.tess. •Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge Lenqtie has meeting at the Hotel Noble. . Miss Lena Stitch and Chatter Club Has Picnic Mrs. Frank Perkins wns hostess tivltles n blnck and white printed cotton dress. Her half hat was of white embroidered straw and other accessories were In white. Mrs. R. C. Allen, mother of,the briricRroom-clpct, Mrs, Alice Wo- mnek, his grandmother, nnd Mrs. J&'se M. White, his aunt, were special guests. In the bridge games, which pro- vldoc entertainment throughout the afternoon, Mrs. White nnd Miss Janet Nelson won second. They were presented with gifts of silver. Mm. Rpgcnolri presented the honoree with n RUpnr nnd creamer in j her silver pattern. to members of the Stitch and Chnt- Club tit her home last night, when guests of the members were their husbands. Following a "picnic supper, evening was spent informally. Members of the group spent Wednesday at Sardis Dam. Work a little soap into door hinges to stop a squeak. Marie Bourland of Manila. Following a brief wedding trip, they will make their home in Oceanside, Calif. (Photo by O'Steen) In a ceremony performed Wednesday at three o'clock in the afternoon. Miss Lena Marie Bourland of Manila, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Aldwin Bourland, became the bride of Forrest Burton Priest of Chester, Vt.. son of Kenneth Priest, also of Chester. Vows were exchanged at Little River Baptist Church with the Rev. Fred L. Weaver, pastor of the church, officiating. Forming a background for the wedding party were two pedestal baskets of white gladioli and white stock, against a backdrop of wood- wardia fern. White cathedral tapers in wrought iron candelabra were entwined with greenery and tied with whit; satin. A white wrought Iron prie dleu, overlaid in white satin, centered the altar arrangement. Miss Freida Shedd of Manila, pl- nni&t, and Miss Peggy Brinkley, Dell, soloist, presented a program of nup- selections during the ceremony. Miss Brinkley sang "Because," and "The Lord's Prayer." They wore ballerina length gowns of pastel net over taffeta. Janice Bourland, sister of the bride, and Joan Morgan, cousin of ihe bride, who were dressed in pastel ballerina length gowns, lighted tapers preceding the ceremony. They wore wristlets of yellow carnations. Miss Wanda Bourland preceded her sister down the aisle, serving her as maid of honor. She wore for the occasion, a pale pink nylon organdy over eyelet embroidery, and carried a cascade bouquet of blue daisies and white carnations, inter- perRed with blue net and satin puffs. Given in marriage by her lather, tfle «the bride cnHse White'nylon o?gandy over white eyelet embroidery. Her accessories were white, and she wore white nylon halo hat- A white orchid topped the wite Bible she man, and James Merritt Bourland and David Towles of Manila, both cousins of the bride, served as ushers. For her daughter's marriage. Mrs. Bourland wore a navy blue sheer afternoon dress with white acces- joiea and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Following their wedding, the couple left immediately lor a brief wedding trip, after which they will make their home In Ocean Side, Calif. For traveling. Mrs, Priest changed to a peach nylon dress, and pinned the white orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder Ladies Bible Class Meets Hostesses yesterday at the First Methodist Church (or members of the Ladies Bible Class were Mrs. B. M. Matthews, Mrs. p. E, Cooley, and Mrs. Winneld Mick, when 25 attended. Guests for the afternoon werte Mrs. B. F. Ony and her houseguest, Mrs. India Sanders. Following song service, prayer was offered by Mrs, Cooley, and a devotional was given by Mrs. W. I. Denton, who used scripture from Psalms and Romans. Following a business meeting, in which it was voted to meet throughout the summer, the Rev. Roy Bagley, pastor, and Jirn Oossett, associate pastor, spoke to the group. Refreshments were served in the social hour. Birthday Club Has Dinner Party Mrs. Jim Lutes was complimented Thursday night by members of the C and N Birthday Club at the home of Mrs. Bill Cable, who was hostess for the monthly dinner meet- Ing. The club's guest was Mrs. E. M. Emde. They were seated for dinner at small tables in the living and dining rooms, where a profusion of mixed garden flowers formed decorations. After the birthday cake and corsage of carnations Was presented to the honoree, a gift was presented to her by the club. Czech Consul's Party Bia Flop LEOPOLDVILLE. Belgian Congo W)—The Czech consul here had reduced attendance at the yearly cocktail he gives on the anniversary of his country's liberation from the Nazi rule. This year, his invitations were labelled: "on the occasion of the liberation of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet Armies". Only a dozen people turned up. Last year, he had written" on the occasion of liberation of Czechoslovakia". 120 persons came. The Leopoldville Press took up the occasion to write articles insisting on the purt played by the U.S. forces In the liberation of Czechoslovakia and on the importance of the Czech underground army in the final struggle. It's Delicious It's Different It's "FROSTY" BOB'S ELECTRIC for • Air Conditioning Installation & Service • Repair Service • Wiring • Motors Phone 2423 956 E. Main carried. Mr. Priest served his son as best OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! SATURDAY ONLY GET READY | fOR A THRILL I ' WAIIII MJflClBIl MORRIS-LINDSAY win™ GARGAN ^, -PLUS- GUN SMUGGLERS SATURDAY NITE OWL SHOW The ATOMIC CITY BARRY'CLARKE-MOORE NANCY l(E GATES- We invite everyone who is' I in the Drive In for the reg- ular show to stay for the i Owl Show FREE OF CHARGE ALSO CARTOON SUNDAY & MONDAY EVER FUNNIER THAN 'The PALEFACE' i HOT RUSSBi ROGERS yHOiiUTl. wnni Faieface TECHNiCOlOR ALSO TWO CARTOONS In Air Conditioned Comfort At The Razorback APPETIZERS Fresh Vegetable Soup Tomato Juice ENTREE Roast Turkey Sage Dressing Giblet Gravy Cranberry Sauce Swiss Steak Sliced Pit Barbecue CHOICE OF TWO Buttered June Peas Baked Macaroni and Cheese Diced Potatoes in Cream Sauce FRESH GARDEN SALAD PEACHES with WHIPPED CREAM Choice Chicken (2 pcs.) French Fries and Salad .$1 Veal T-Bone Steak (Small) $1.25 Take the Family Out to Dinner RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Never scour stainless »tecl. W»sh In hot soapy water. If tarnished,, apply a solution o( one part vinegar and 12 parts water. Allow to remain a few minutes. Rinse and dry. UTTLB LI2— Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature t —PLUS— FAUiHENREIDiMBETH SCOTT 1 Serial: Gang Busters No. 12 And Cartoon Continuous Showing Saturday 1:15-11:30 p.m. SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature ,>, C....T,POLAND KIBBCf .H*RSLO KECHT. BOBERT S100M « .NORMA.WMWVVAR'NERBROS ^ —PLUS— MH '"""DAILEY- SMITH ALSO METRO NEWS WELCOME To a "WAY of LIFE" Closed Meetings (members only) Tues 8:30 pm Open Meetings (Public invited) Fri 8:30 pm AA CLUB ROOMS 111 EAST MAIN ST. Write for Free Booklet and other information. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Bo* 87] Blytheville Television SERVICE ANY MAKE PA Systems lor Sale or Brail PHILCO FACTORY SERVICE TTiaylock's N. Highway Ph. 3171

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