The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 24, 1953
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PAGE FQUR m.YTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24,19W Sodetu, Pat MuUins, Society Editor Phone 4461 Bride-Elect Is Complimented With Five Pre-Nuptial Events Miss Katherlne Wheeler of Caraway, who is the bride-elect of Charles Wildy of Etovrah. and a former member of the Blytheville | Wilson, Miss Betsy Bell and Miss High School faculty, was a guest In j Arden Ferguson. • the Matt Monaghan home for sev- T))e honorWi wno dressed In fl rooms. Assisting In entertaining and serving the guests were Miss Jane Bits of News Mr. and Mrs, A. G. Little have gone to Nye. Mont,, to spend se'.erat t ,=. days this week. While here. | c h ar u-puse nnd dark green ration j weeks vacationing. she was complimented at a series ; summer f roc i; W ith white acrrsso-1 Mr alld _ Mrs D j Hudse, Jr., of of five pre-nuptial events. rie , s was presented with a gift of n:lc j, lei W i 5 ., arrived iliis wuuk end The couple is to be married here j monoerammed linen. Friday. | yesterday afternoon. Mrs. H. G. Mrs. H. W. Wylie was hostess at p ar tlow entertained at her home the Country Club for a luncheon w j tn dessert bridge complimenting on the sun porch.Monday,nt noon, I M ISS wheeler. A yellow color . when several dose friends were guests. Snapdragons of yellow combined scheme was used throughout the Pnrtlow home. yellow carnations with lacy fern smalt yellow blossoms formed with pink formed the centerpiece , and . for the luncheon table. Miss Fheel- j centerpieces for the bridge tables, • where n dessert course was .served preceding the bridge games. Indl- vjual cakes were iced in yellow and er, who chose lor the afternoon's entertainment, a summer frock of dusty rose linen, was presented with » gift in her silver pattern. Monday afternoon 20 guests were Invited to the home of Mrs. Rosco Crafton, where she and Mrs. C. j Miss W. Garrigan entertained with an I place. informal party. ' ' " Special guests for the occasion included Mrs.'Carl Wheeler, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. E. S. Wildy. mother of Mr. Wildy, and Mrs. Robert Kuhn of Etowah. For the affair. Miss Wheeler chose » dress of embroidered white pique. She was presented with a gift from each of the hostesses. Misses Barbara and Rosemary bridal tallies aJso color scheme. matched this Winners ot the bridge games were Barbara Monughon, first and Miss Arden Ferguson, traveling. Miss Wheeler received a gift in silver. Pink glazed chambray was the honoree's choice for the afternoon's entertainment. Her summer trousseau dress featured a full skirt with fitted bodice and V-shaped neckline, and she chose white accessories. Mrs. Partlow pinned a cor- carnations at her for a two-week visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. llodse, Sr., and family and Mrs. Hodge's sistc'r?. Mrs. Eugene Evans and Mr. Jimmy Lunsford and families. Mrs. Clyde Newman and daughter, Faye Frances of Memphis, are spending this week here with relatives. Mrs. W. J. Fitmaurice of Tyler, Mo., the former Mrs. T. C. Hatcher of Blythevillc. is a patient at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. She underwent surgery Monday and is reported slightly improved today She 15 in Room 338. Mrs. W. L. Hoover has returned from Memphis where she spent a week in Kennedy Veterans Hospital with her husband, who is a patient there. His condition is reported as not improved. Misses Mildred and Elsie Holmes,! daughters of Mr. and Mrs. B L. j Holmes of Blytheville, leit yesterday for Killeen. Tex. They will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cable of Killcon, and will ir;com- New Silhouettes Shown in Ladies' Handbags New plastic Incite box ba^s are shown here in jewel-like colors, unusual shapes and with ornate trim. Tall tortoise shell box (upper left) has an^le trim in antiqued sold plate. Sleek and elongated, glcnminff ebony box (upper center) has trimming of cold plate mesh studded with pearls on lid. Handful fflass design (lower left) lends sparkle to proportioned box in ultra-rich mink shade. White pearl Incite box (lower center) lias convenient gold-and-silver toned compact with tiny watch inset in liif. Deep, smokey gray is used for oval box (right) with slender double handles. Only trim is tear drop motif at sides. Trim on such bags includes rhincstoncs and hand-painted flowers. Climaxing the events was a des- the dining room table, which held a centerpiece of yellow achillea combined with gray artcmesia. Yellow daisies carried the yellow theme throughout the entertaining Wonderful For Juniors Sue Burnett There's a definite air of youth and charm about this'clever button-back style for the teen-age miss. And you can sew it two ways- with a big collar in the same fabric Pattern No. 8972 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12, 13. 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 4% yards ol 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 News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASH- Oarden flowers in Keeping with | Mrs. Walter Sliouse and her the chosen colors were placed at j nieces, Mary Beth and Ann Marr. I vantage points throughout the rooms and formed a large centerpiece for the mantel. Marking the honoree's .chair was a large satin bow of white with wedding bells, and a corsage of gardenias, which she pinned at the shoulder of her brown and white clmbinatlon cotton dress. Winners In bridge were Miss Arden Ferguson, high score; Mrs. Bill McLeod, second high; and Miss Barbara Monaghan, brldgo. Miss Wheeler wns given a gift in her chinft pattern. Dessert was served at the conclusion of the evening's entertainment. Dixie Pig Is Scene of Party The Dixie Pig Drive-In was the scene last night of a bridge party given by Miss Vivian Taylor, when she was hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge Club in the Pine Room. Miss Jane Wilson wns a guest of members at the weekly affair. The hostess took first place in games of bridge, with second going to Mrs. Russell Simpson and brldgo to Miss Mary Jo Eaton. Dessert course was served following the games. spent two wcekfi in Cuba, Mo., where they were guests of Mrs. Shouse's brother, George Marr. They also visited In St. Louis. Mrs. E. O. Snipes and sons. Tip and Gary of Monroe. La., are here as guests of her mother, Mrs. H. L. Chambers. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Wade Jcfferies left today for McCrory. Ark., for the (uneral of his cousin, Roger E. Sftkes. Miss Ramona Crafton accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomllnson. who had been visiting here.. to their home in Houston, Tex., where she will be their house guest for two weeks. Three representatives of Blythn- j vllle Assembly of Rainbow for ciris attended the grand assembly in Little Rock. They were Patty Scott, grand page, and Janice Johnson and i Kay Bltickard. grand choir members. , 1 Country Club League Meets Five tablo.s or members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League met nt the club last night for a weekly name. It was announced that Saturday's game is a mas- lerpolnt game. Winners of first place were Mrs. E, B. Gee and Mrs. P. E. Black. Tieing for second p1a,ce were Mrs. Frank Grlesby and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, with Mrs. o. W. McCilt- chen and Mrs. o. W. Affiick. Third place went lo Mrs. W. D. Chnmblin and Mrs. H. C. Sims. At the Hospitals ION for '53. spring and summer It's Dismissed: Blythcvllle Hospital a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Joan Morsnn, Manila Walls Hospital Dismissed: F. B. Monette, Keola, la. GIFTS FOR THE BRIDE We have a wide choice of -wedding gifts. We gift wrap. We deliver. We mail. For gifts for showers andother oc- cassions see our kitchen tables. You're sure to find a gift to please. Our price range is wide, loo. From up. By GAirE DTJGAS NEA Woman's Editor NEW YORK — (NEA) — The plasilc Incite hag has traveled a far piw;e on thf fashion road since its liLmblc hey innings five years ago. It used to he that a pirl had her choice only of licht. or dnrk tortoise shell. And that was it. Now, those bags come in a number of shapes, In FI rainbow of color nnd with trim that varies from £o3d plate to antiquated silver filigree effects cs well as rhlnestoncs. pearls and hand- painted flou'crs. Some even have, gold or silver lace or lame set between two layers of the lucile to make a highly decorative evening ha^. Others have compacts or watches '.or both) set into the lid. Tortoise shell is still shown In these bags. But the newest bags are n colors' smoke gray, mink, pa.stel blue, pale orchid, mother-of-pearl and ebony. There's even R pastel plaid for women who like a pastel plaid. Silhouettes offer fully as mucft choicL as the colors. There ave flat, elongated, tall or deep boxes. Shapes are rectanguar, square, round or oval. And some boxes have ribbed single, double or triple tiers with as many separate compartments. They . were accompanied by Mrs. 1 Charles W. Alford. mother advisor ot the Blytheville assembly, and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott. They returned home this morning. H. E. Davis underwent surgery at Walls Hospital yesterday and Is in Room 212. His son, lulus Davis, and Mrs. Davis of Sikeston, Mo., arrived to be with him. .George Camp of Conway is spending several days as guest of Miss Carol Ann Bailey, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey nnd family. Mr. Camp is a premed;~ student nt Hcndvlx Collect, where.. Miss Bailey is also a student. Mrs. G. C Sayre and Mrs. Hork O, Sopher of Durant. Mich., arrived yesh'rday to spend a wer!- ns cucsts of Mrs. Sayre's sister Dr. Edna Nles, and Dr. Car) Nie.> Coatinp window screens with castor oil will stop gnats and other small insects attracted by lamps inside the house. The oil makes mesh ' openings smaller, gums up the hu'^s '. when they try to squeeze throuch.j Glenn the screen with turpentine i when bus season slackens. j Two Share Honors At Miscellaneous Shower Here Two brides-elect shared honors at ii double'miscellaneous shower given at the home of Miss Bernice Overman, when Mrs. David McFeake was co-hostess. They were Miss Mary Lou Sawyers, bride-elect of Charles Gay Pnrrish, and Miss Ruby Lee Henson, bride-elect of John Allen Kromas of Waco, Tex. Special guests were mothers of the couples, Mrs. Frank Sawyers, Mrs. W. D.. Henson, Mrs, P. H. Parrish, and Mrs. J. H. Kromas of Waco. Decorations were formed of pastel satin bows, combined with sweet- peas in pastel shades. The honorccs' chairs were marked with puffs of pastel and white satin. Forty two guests attended the affair at which party games were conducted, rind' refreshments were ^ served, with Misses Ltiunell and j Juamta Overman presiding at the table. Miss Sawyers chose a pale blue' clnzed cotton dress and Miss Henson [ wore a yellow organdy dress. They, wore presented corsages, tied with; pa.stel ribbons, in keeping with the j chosen theme. i Coming Events Wetlnesflay Beginners Duplicate Bridge League has afternoon meeting at Rustic Inn. Club Eight meets with Mrs. H. G. Partlow. Thursday TLE Club has meeting at the Razorback with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe as hostess. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the Hotel Noble. A clean stove doeesn't smoke, cooks better, last longer and looks better. Drip pans, broiler racks and pans, oven shelves, burner grates or reflectors and gas burners should be removed for washing with suds in the sink. Gas Incinerators for homes are available which will consume all combustible household wastes without noise or smoke. In some models, no attention is required once the pilot has been lighted. Bult-in receptacles hold a two-to-four-week collection of ashes. Courier News Classified Ads. 'Invisible oily film on coffee pots; spoils flnor. Brush all parts with • baking soda and hot water for thor- j ough ceansint?. ' It's Delicious It's Different It's "FROSTY" LITTlf LIZ— ,\ A determined man can nccom- lish almost anything except keep Is hair from falling out, c»ui> Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times TUES - WER - THURS Double Feature notion mums ('<"»" ONE MINUTE TO ZERO 1 ROBERT MITCHim- ANN BIYIH^ * II EDMIIKI iUINSEI IIIMCIIH — PLUS— BELA LUGOSI EAST SIDE KIDS CARTOON: Put I in on DOR PYRAMID LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ow Offers a evolutionary ospital Plan! Following is a Brief Description of the New Low Cost Hospital Plan for Groups & individuals. H-01 - M-02 - PH60 FA ROOM AND BOARD AND OTHER EXPENSE $19.00 Isl day in hospital 1--1.00 2nd day in hospital M.flfl 3rd day in hospital M.OO -1th day in hospital M.OO 5th day in hospital M.OO fith day in hospital M.OO 7th day in hospital PLUS A MINIMUM OF S10.00 per day , for next 93 days, a total of $103,'! Room allowance for 100 days. $103.00 First week in hospital OTHER EXPENSE $25.00 Ambulance 250.00 Surgical Benefits 20.00 Emergency Treatments 2500.00 Polio Benefits 900.00 Cash Advance lafl.flfl Maternity 00.00 Each additional child 150.00 Doctor calls Home, Office or Hospital 1. X-Rays, Laboratory, i-tc., Hospital Rent-fits nre payable without Mug a bed patient. 2. Vays for surgery nertnrmefl In Home, Doctors OITice ns wfll us Hospital. 3. Pays full benefit ros.irdless of nny other fovrraRff. inrluclinj: U'ni'kman'.s Compensation and Employees Ronefils. 4. Ctoort In any hospital In the \VORJ,ft. Choose your own doetor. MA.N'V OTIIKR BENEFITS CAN BF, ADDEri TO THIS PROTECTION AT LOW ADDITIONAL COSTS ALL BENEFITS MENTIONED APl'I.V TO EACH MEMBER ON THE POLICY, HOSP. BENEFIT EXPENSE S.'iO.OO Operating Room 25.00 Medicines and Drugs 35.00 X-Rays 25.00 Anesthesia 10.00 Laboratory 50.00 Blood Transfusions 40.00 Oxygen 250.00 Iron Lung 5-165.00 Total FREE COUPON The Pyramid Plan 32fi Falls Building Memphis, Term. Gentlemen: Without obligation or cost, please forward complete informal inn on The Pyramid Plan to: NA.MK ... ADDRESS STATE j OCCUPATION Mrs. Bogan Is Hostess to Club Mrs. Harry Began wns hostess last night for a semi-monthly meeting of the Octave Club, when sho entertained with * card partf at the Razbrtrack. Batnba provided the eventng't entertainment, which was followed br a dessert course. Winners were Mrs. Russell Rlales, . Hrst place, and Mrs. William Bear, second. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION so c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONITE — PLUS— Walt Disney* -ROBER-CABOT AUENE MONA ROBERTSNOX —, RICHARD TODD ~ JOAN net Also Cartoon THURSDAY & FRIDAY HERBERT J. YATES presents JOHN FORD'S GREATEST.TRIUMPH ALSO CARTOON AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starviie, LAST TIMES TODAY . . . T. CLAUDE DAUPHIN SS-5% ALSO SELECTED SHORTS RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Joe Bill McHaney Mr. & Mrs. Erby Ledbetter Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Hearn & Family Mr. & Mrs. Ben Henderson THURSDAY & FRIDAY M-G-M't GREAT DRAMA OF DESIRE UNDER FIRE! • PAR NEWS — CARTOON — WIISE QUACKS RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Mason Day, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. F. W. Whitncr & Family Mr. & Mrs. E. M. Huffman & Family Mr. & Mrs. Jinimie Allen WE MEET ALL PRICES WHOLESALE OR RETAIL HOT or COLD A Slice or a Trucklood Special Prices For Picnics and Parties BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET Main St. Blytheville

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