The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 25, 1953
Page 2
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PAGE roun BLYTHKVn.LE (ARK.) COUTUEtt NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 2B, 19S» Society, NewA Fat Mullins, Society fiditor / Sara Harrison Is Engaged to James Merritt BETROTHED — Miss Sara Williodcan Harrison is the bride-elect of Mr. and Mrs. Olln Harrison, 413 Eaet Cherry Street, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Sara Robert Fletcll- Wllliodean Harrison to Robert Merritt son Fletcher Merritt. The bridegroom- ' elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Clyde Merritt of DeWitt. A graduate of Blytheville High School, Miss Harrison attended Arkansas Polytechnic College, Russell- viile, and Arkansas State Teachers A1K., It 18 an- College In Conway. Mr. Merritt Is a graduate of DeWitt High School and of Wentworth Military Academy in Lexington, Mo. Mr. Merritt attended Arkansas Polytechnic College, Russellvllle, wher he served as a captain in the HOTC He is now in El Paso, Tex., at ROTC Rummer camp. Wedding plans are to be announc ed later in the summer. of Mr. and Mrs. James Clyde Merritt of DeWitt, nounced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Glin Harrison. •Wedding plans are to be announced. (I'ho- lo by Mason) Club Eight Entertained Mrs. H. O. Partlow entertained a her home yesterday afternoon for the members of Cllib Eight with one guest player, Mrs. Jack Cuadra. •Iced drinks were served during the bridge games, Which were won by Mrs. G', O. Poete, first place, and Mrs. Cuadra, second. Garden flowers were placed on tables in the entertaining rooms. Half Size Match-Mates Bits of News Phonal OSCEOLA NEWS Ben Grablnskl, a, merchant in Mrs. Walter Rosenthal was called ' ° SCTOlil M V"" "So, was In town to Orcrnvillc, Miss., to be with her I lasl week . visiting old, friends and slslcr, Mrs. envoi Meyer, who un-' reta " V( ' s - Mr - OraWnski is now lo- rlpnvent surany at Kings Danish-! cntccl in Mlaml ' F1 , a - where h « Is tors Hospital in Greenville this ; I""' 1 ° wner '" u '° ladle6 ready-to- W eck. | wear shops. Mr. and Mrs. Grabiii- Mrs. w. K, Francis and children, Knvannireli, Sally. Tom Hendrlx and Christine of Tiiscaloosa, Ala., will return to their home tomorrow after vWHiw hero with Mr. and Mrs. A. o. Little and other rnla- tive.s for t'.vo uTeks. Other relatives of the Littles who visited, here thlf week were Mr. and Mrs. Dan S. Bell nnd sou of Memphis, Hamilton E. Mttlf; of Memphis and his Mrs. Ceril Oliver, Mr. Oliver and sfm of Proctor, Ark. Mr. ami Mrs. Hoy Wood were railed to Carchvcll, Mn., because of :he dPiith nf Mr. Wood's mother. Charles Abe Kinningham was named on a !M, of president's schol- al Mississippi State College, Starkvillp, for the last semester. Mrs. .[.HUPS Barnes of Memphis ski now have three llvo grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Jim children and Bunn of Los to Memphis Wednesday to take Mrs. J. A. Morgan home after a visit with the Laneys and Mrs. Coble. Bon Butler, Sr., Ben Butler, J and Gene Butler left Wednesda night lor Chicago where they w attend a meeting of farm impl ment dealers. They will be m Thursday in St. Louis by Mrs. Bu ier, Sr,, and Mrs. Butler, Jr., Angeles, Calif., will arrive Sunday | the group will remain over th " week end to attend ball- games. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Denton, M and Mrs. R. E. Pugh, Mr. and M: C. L. Denton, Jr., are leaving Sur dfiy to spend the Fourth of Ju •.a the Denton lodge on bake Ham ilton at Hot Springs. for a ten-clay visit with Mr. "Sunn's iiwlhcr, Mrs. J. H. Bunn, who will return with her son and wife for I S ; a two months visit in their Cali- 5 fornia home. Miss Joanne Cullom left Thursday for Birmingham, Ala., where I she will be a bridesmaid to Miss I Erin Vincent in her wedding Sat- ' nrdny. Miss Cullom and Miss Vin- I cent were roommates at Vandr-r- I bllt. Miss Cullom will join in with \ the wedding party who assembled to participate in the pre-nuptial I events. She will return home Mon- ! day. Mrs. Braxton Bragg and Mrs s the siiest of her parents, Mr. and : Inez Henderson of Little Rock spent Mrs. Earl Uamon. for several weeks.. the week end in Osceola. been Miss Ann who under- Lloyd Blomeyers Entertained At Open House Party Given Here Mr. and Mrs. Lioyd S, Blomejer of terpfece of white daisies, combinec By Sue Burnett Designed expressly for the shorter figure. A lovely dress-up frock, and a neat jacket that goes with everything. Pattern No. 8983 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 14fi;. 1G J .£, 18(4, 20%, 22',i, 24'.4. Size 16',j 4? 8 yards of 38-Inch. Two Patterns. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Althatlena, Calif., who are t guests of Mr. Blomeyer's moth Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer. and other re atives here, were complimented an open house party given last nig at the Home of Mrs. Doliria Cool Wunderllch. Hosts and Hostesses were Mr Mrs. M, C. Cooke. Jr., Mr. and Mr Gerald Blomeyer ahd Mrs, Sterlli Wood of Walnut Ridge, Ark. Mrs. Blomeyer, Who Is on her llr isit to Blytheville. was introduce o more than _80 friends oi M llomeyer, who lias not visited her or five years. For the occasion, Mrs. Blomeye received guests in a creation of blu linen featuring pearl and rhlneston trim. She was given a shoulder ar rangemelil of white darnatlons. A profusion of white daisies wltr yellow centers, pink rosebuds, blu cornflowers and pastel snapdra gon« and swectpens provided thi setting in entertaining rooms o the home. Mrs. Ray Mann of Osceola pre> sided at the silver punchbowl which was placed on the dlnlhg room table. Silver trays were* laden with party foods atop the blue linen Irn- ported cutwork ctoth. White tapers in silver candlesticks (luntarl n cen- wllh pink rosebuds and blue corn- At the Hospitals Blytheville HoapiUI Dismissed: Mary Black, DelJ Gene Schultz. City Mrs. Robert Holcomb, Hermondnle Joan Morgan, Manila Mrs, Richard King and baby, City Walls Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. Robert Darnell and baby. Homers vi] I e Robert E. Lee, Tomato Tablo Hernandez, Armorel Cruz Lopez. Armorel Aquino Gnrcia, Armorel Chicago 6, IH. Don' miss the new Basic FASHION for '53. spring nnd summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide lor smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the booK. 25 cents. flowers in a silver bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Ray M:mn of Osceola were out-of-town guests foi the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Blomeyer plan to be in Blytheville for several weeks visiting friends and relatives- Mr. Blomeyer has recently received a discharge from the Navy. Beta Sigma Phi Party Is Given Members of the Alpha Delta Ohapter of Beta Sigma Phi held a meeting at the Rustic Inn Tuesday night, when bridge and canasta lames provided the entertainment. Guests for the evening were Miss 3illlc Jane Rodgers, and Mrs, Ralph Brownlee. Mrs. Foy Etchiefion won Irst place in bridge and Mrs. Cecil Celley won first place in canasta. Miss Rodgers won the bridgo prize. A bowl of yellow and brown blos- arge table at the back of the enable at the back of the entertain- ertatning room. Dessert Was served to the guests Allowing the games. went surgery at Methodist Hospl- Mrs. Lalah Coble, Mrs. David I Laney and Miss Joanne Laney drovp ' Yarbro HD Club MlM .Stir Cnrol Orsburn ha, cceptcd at Washington University School of Medicine. St. Louis, and will enlt-r in the fall. She has completed two yfars school at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Cpl. Charles Ray Thompson and Pfc. Howard Carney left today" for Fort Sill. Okla., for two years duty with the Anny. ( Tamla LaiiRsion, daughter of Mr. | Conducts and Mrs. Charles Langston, has i been fcnken home from LeBonheurj Mra . Eiza wheeler was hostess Hospital m Memphis, where she un- j Tuesday to 14 members of the Yar- dcrwcnt minor surgery. She is re-jbro Home Demonstration and four ported to be in satisfactory condi- ; <. ue sfcs including Mrs. Glen Bunch t10 ™ ,, n, n t • Mvs - Monroe Besharse, Mrs. Prances Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jobe and daughters, Kay and Sue, spent the day in Memphis yesterday. H. G. Partlow and Fred. S. Saliba are planning to spend this week end Half Moon 1 News Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buck of Cor pus Christ!, Tex., are here visltin their brothers. Henry 'and Jac! B uek, this week. They are als the guests of Mrs. Buck's mother In St. Louis, where they 1 will attend .he baseball games. High Two Club V\eets in Home Pour pucsUs were invited last night ) the home of Mrs. Dick Watson, ho entertained members of High Two Bridge Club nt, n semi-monthly iceting. Guests included Mrs. Gmdj Ma- i e, All's. Bill Hutson, Mrs. Sam osmyer find Mrs. Jnmes Barnes of /lemphis, who is the hotisc' of er parent, Mr. nnd Mr. Earl Da- ion. | Winner of the bridge games were] 'rs. Hutson, first plnce; Mrs. Joe,' ughes, second place; and Mrs. Beginners League Meeting Held Rustic Inn wns the scene yesterday of a bridge enme conducted for VIrs. Jim Rolf!Rnn. An cloven-fnhle Mitchel movement was plnycrt. North and Souyi winners included Mrs. Robert Kll- l!an end Mrs. O. W, McCutchen. first plnce: Mrs. Vernoh Thomfis- Eon nnd Mrs. W. A. Afflick, second plnce: Mrs. H. W. Wylle tihcl Mrs. W: D. Chnmblln, third place: and Mrs. Bancroft Terry and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, fourth plnce. Gammill and Mrs. Gertrude Holl- rrmn. Mrs. Wheeler gave the "eye opener," nnd the devotional was by Mra. Walter Barnes. Mrs. Holiman spoke to the group and Mrs. Gene McGuire read several articles about the Mississippi County Fair. Mrs. Gammill spoke to the group about the x-rays to be given August and after Mrs. Holiman gave a discussion on posture, they discussed the rest camp which is to be held July 28-30 at Walcott. In the social hour, refreshments ed a gift in party games. Faithful Workers Class Has Meeting Members of the Faithful Workers Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Eyerett Bhoads Tuesday evening with five members and one East and West winners included gllest M rs. Buford Cooley, attend- Miss Jan Nelson and Mrs. E. B. ?„„ Gee, first place; Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mrs. B. P. Kirshncr, second place: Mrs. Eric Whltlny and Mrs. Chares Gcrflld. third place: and Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs.. Bi Mrs. Girdon Howard spent las week in St. Louis with friends an relatives. Coy Tweedle and his daughtei Ola Ray, and Dlahne Buck spen the week end in Blanchard Springs Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mynard and children of Memphis are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mynard. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Mitchel spent Sunday at Big Springs, Ark Mrs. Arthur Penter and daughter Patricia, spent Sunday with Mrs renter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E L. Hawkins. Larry and Kenny Lesher, grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck are here to spend the summer. Their home is in Corpus Christi, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Green and daughter, Terry, of Little Rock, and Mr. and Mrs. Bonnard O'Neal of Blytheville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hodge over the weekend. Test the weave of a sheet by rub- w >ing it between your fingers. If lowdery substance comes off. you'll -now It contains sizing and won't "tand up Under washing. UTTL£ LIZ— ing. Hutsoti, fourth place. Bosmyor, bridgo. Dessert course was served lollott ine the games.. It's Delicious It's Different It's "FROSTY 1 TV and RADIO SERVICE Irons and Small Appliances Repaired Sonny Matin's ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. 206 W. Main Ph. 2071 -4J^Kj&ddriH^MHHi big news at C & W Cleaners! We will be CLOSED Next Week, June 29th thru July 4th! It's big news that will effect you! C & W Cleaners is installing new and more modern dry cleaning equipment that will necessitate closing all of next week. When installation is complete, you'll get still better dry cleaning . . , cleaning you appreciate. C&W CLEANERS. 300 South Dirision M. C. Cooke, Jr. Phone 4343 .Mrs. Raymond Bomar gave the opening prayer, followed by the scripture by Mrs. Rhoads. Mrs. Jack O'Neal was In charge of the business session .find during the sodal hour, which the hostess serve dre- freshments. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times Wien o woman is "beside herself," it's a pretty unattractive couple. *NU9 OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW ?J^!H2 AT DUSK 2 SHOWS """" ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS THURSDAY &"FRiDAY"" HERBERT J. YATES presents JOHN FORD'S GREATEST TRIUMPH mm color by TECHNICOLOR A REPUBLIC PICTURE U*% i „. X- _ __ ALSO CARTOON AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Bitz & Roxy Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. THURSDAY & FRIDAY M-G-M'lOREAT DRAMA OF DESIRE UNDER FIREI . PAR NEWS — CARTOON — WIISE QUACKS RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Mason Dav, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. F. W. Whitner's- Family Mr. & Mrs. E. M. 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