The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 30, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER TUESDAY, JUNE W, IM ociety P»t Mullins, Society Editor / JPhon* 4461 Miss Wilson Announces Plans For Her Marriage Miss Mary Prances Wilson has Inday made known plans for her wedding to S/Sgt. Donald Eusene Garrison of Lake Charles Air Force Base, Lake Charles. La. Miss Wilson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wilson of Roseland and Sgt. Garrison is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Garrison of Anderson, S. C. The wedding rites are to Be solemnized July 26 at four o'clock in the afternoon at Dell Metnodist Church with the Rev. Eugene H. Hall, pastor, offilcating. Miss Armstrong Maid of Honor Miss Charline Armstrong of Dell is to be maid of honor and Mrs. Denny Wilson of Blytheville is in be matron of honor. Jacqueline Kay Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Wilson and niece of the bride-elect, is to serve as flower- glrl. Sgt. Garrison has chosen Dmny Wilson of BlytheviUe, brother of the bride, as best man. Ushers include Bill Tomlinson of Blytheville. Richard Rose of Rose- 3and, William Braxton Gill. Jr., and Charles Armstrong, both of Dell. Tapers are to be lighted by A. G. Moody and Noble Gill, Jr., both of Dell. Preceding the ceremony, a program of nuptial music is to be presented by Miss Virginia Rose Wilson, slst«r of the bride,- as vocalist »nd Mrs. Charles p. Kennett, organ- * Immediately following the cere- Dedication of the Clear Lake monv * reception planned with the j Baptist Church building and the bride* parents as hosts in the parsonage is to be held In special LEAVES FOR JAPAN — Mrs James A. Bout-land, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Clark of Luxom, has received Navy orders permitting her to Join her husband, Petty Officer 1/c J. A. Bourland, at his Yokosouka, Japan Base. She is to depart Saturday for San Francisco and will sail July 8, via the Hawaiian Islands. Petty Officer Bourland has completed six months of a two and one half year tour of duty at the Japanese base .which is located forty miles from Tokyo. Baptist Church To Be Dedicated church recreation room. MiM Shirley Joyce Kearby ol Bifceston, Mo,, ii to preside at l.he guest book-. Mrs. William Knight the former Miss Vallirna Sheppard of Maiden, Mo., and Miss Bonnie Lou Sheppsrd of Dell are to assist In wrvtng. It's So Slim And Smart 8958 \o-4a y> By Sue Burnett A simple yet extremely attractive! all occasion dress cut on needic-slim'j lines. This version of the minder | sheath has a lovely eresceiu. neckline, brief little sleeves, Handy pockets. Pattern No. 8058 is a few-rite perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12. 14, 16, 18, 20; 40. Size 12. 3'i yards of 39-inch. 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, IU. Don't miss the new Ba-Mc FASH- j ON for '53, spring and summer It's j a complete spring sewing guide for! smart, practical wardrobes; gift pat- j tern printed inside the boot. 25 j cents. services Sunday beginning at 9:45 a.m. and continuing intn the afternoon with luncheon served by the church. Attending services at the church located seven miles southeast of Blytheville will be at least three former pastors of the church. Included arc the Kev. . Henry Woolen, now of Kcnion, Tenn., the Rev. L. O. Scott, now of Arbyrd, Mo., and the Rev. Malcolm Griffin, now of Dell. The Rev. J. E. Cox, present pns- tor, made the announcement yesterday. WSCS Program is Conducted "Hmiseclcaning" was the topic of a program Riven at Lake Street Methodist Church last night when 12 members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met. Mrs. Cecil I.usk presided In 'the business and Mrs. Joe Thomas gave the devotional from tho Book of Psalms. During the cveninK, Doltnn ami David McMaster, children of the Rev. and Mrs. Bob McMiistei 1 . were precepted wilh life memberships in the Woman's Society of Christian Service,. > Mrs. C. T. Shamlln offered the closing prayer. Baptist Group Meets in Home Miss Maxlne Hill was hostess at her home on Main Street to members of the Kalle Hatton Young Womeh's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church, when 11 attended last night. Following the opening watchword, Miss Mickey Allen offered prayer and Miss Millie Ann Mal- losy presided in the business session in which Miss Lounell Overman gave a weekly report. Miss Ella Moody gave the devotional, after which the program was directed by Miss Allen. Participating on the program were Miss Adaline Lee, Miss Maliory, Miss Overman and Miss Patsy Bartholomew. Miss Marian Mayes dismissed the group with a prayer and the hostess served a dessert course. WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Eight members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Half Moon Methodist Church with one new member and three guests, the Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Richardson and Miss Mary Lightfoot. met at the church last night. Mrs. O. M. Mitchell directed the program, using as her theme, "Laborers, for Christ." Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot read the scripture and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins offered prayer. Following group singing, Mrs. H. C. Buck, Mrs. C. W. Garrtgan and Mrs. N. J. Johnson participated on the program. A period of silent prayer was conducted and the Rev. Mr. Richardson gave the dismissal prayer. Mrs. B. P. Gay conducted a short business session followed by the benediction by Mrs. Hawkins. Coming Events ' Tueidar Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., !« hostess to members of the N. N. Bridge "Hub. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at th« club. Wednesday Beginner's Duplicate Bridge .eague has weekly meeting at the Rustic Inn. Thurodiiy Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Friday Mrs. Hank Dodd entertain! mcm- >ers of the Vendredl Bridge Club. Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Townsend and sons, Marie and Matthew, of Nevada, Mo., have been visiting here as tlie guests of Mrs, Townsend's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernil Damon. While here, they attended the wedding of Porter Hill of Charleston, Mo.. In Memphis, in which Mr, Townsend served as best man. They were accompanied to their home by Misses Nancy and Emily Damon who will remain for several days. Eleanor Tucker Smart of Richmond, has arrived to be the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. P'erguson. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Phillips had as their guests Sunday her uncle. W. S. Clubb, and two cousins, Mrs, Demaris Dysart and Mrs. Carry Boswell. all of Puxlco, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. George Barham of Blytheville. They went especially to be with the Phillips' son, S/Sgt. Jack Phillips, who Is spending a leave here. Formerly stationed at I Brooks Air Force Base In San An- j tonio, Tex., he will report to Call-! fornia on Thursday. | Mrs. Louis Trowbridge and sons; of St.. Louis will arrive tomorrow to | be the guests of her parents, Mr. 1 and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan. j Judy Brooks of Memphis is to ar-1 rive to be ihe guest of her grand- I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mcll j Brooks. I Mr. and Mrs. Hershel House of St. Louis are spending two weeks here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Krutz and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morgan and other relatives. Mrs. E. G. Lovell and son, Rex. Lovell, were in Memphis this week end to visit Mrs. Lovell's daughter, , Mrs. M. N. Coney, and infant j daughter. Mirny Delores Coney, at St. Joseph Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hobson of Burdette are the parents of a daughter born Friday at Walls Hospital, The baby, who has a brother, Benny, 2, has been named Olivia Lou. Mrs. Hobson before her marriage was Miss Ella Lou Cummings j of Conway. Mrs. Henry Wilson and daugh POPPY CHAMP'S PRIZE—Worth SIOO.OOO, this white straw picture hat is trimmed with red poppies and a halo of real diamonds. The hat, minus the diamonds, was made in Chicago as a gift for the top poppy seller on Poppy Day. One catch—the • diamonds will be replaced by simulated rhinestones. Widowed Mother May Be Happy To Live Alone, and As She Likes Revival Conducted At Half Moon Church A scrips of revival services which itaited last Thursday evening at, he Hnlf Moon Assembly nf God Church nre to continue throughout his vock. Services bcffln «(; eight o'clock fu-h evening with the Rev. Harold latfiold ns nvniiBelliit. Tlifi Rev. .rUiur Cupp Is pflstor of the church. Five Circles Conduct Meetings Members of the Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met nl. the homes of members In circles yesterday nftemoon and evening. Mrs. Cnvva Pniitt. was hostess at her home to six members, and one new member, Mrs. ,!. 13. Holland, of tile Irene Hnmnum Circle with Mrs. Lilly While. Mrs. Helen Sliinn and ifis Mary A^nes Peeples as guests. Mrs. Murk Anderson pave the opening prayer iiiui Bible study. Business \viis conducted by Mrs. Pruilt aflrr nlndi Mrs. Tom bmal- ley offered the benediction. ! Mrs. H. J. Pondrcn w:is hostess to I 13 members of the Ola Lea and! Edith Mommy Circles. Mrs. Jack | Attawfiy bi'mm the meeting with ft : prayer followed by a business session conducted by the hostess. ! Mrs. Altnway tnusht the Bible study and the benediction was given by Mrs. J. D. AdMns. • Members of the Edith Rofe Wqllcr Circle mot at the home of Mrs. Mervin Oillis with the opening prayer by Mrs. Mike Richie. Business was conducted by Mrs. Roland Davis, circle chairman. Mrs. Jack Vowpll tanRhl Ihe study. Mrs. Vowcll dismissed the group with j prayer. Five members of the Z. T. Rankln Circle met at the home of Mrs. Cletus Hudson with Mrs. Homer Connetl giving the opening prayer. The hostess conducted a brief business session and Mrs. Vernon Gean taught the tenson. Mrs, Lloyd Colcman dismissed the group with prayer. Following each circle meeting, Informal social periods were held and refreshments were served. ier, Myra Jane, of West Memphis are spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walker are spending a two weeks vacation in California .In Torrance they will be the guests of their daughter. Mrs. Johnny O'Dell, and family, and Mr. Walker's brother. Chuck Walker, and family, and in San Diego with his nephew, Airman Apprentice Dan H. Wallace, and Mrs. Wallace. A 36-year-old married woman wants to know if she should try to persuade her re- c e n 11 y widowed mother to come and live with her, her husband, and their two children. Her mother has her own home, but she lives a thousand miles away and the daughter feels that perhaps it is! \ Ruth Millet! her duty to per- ' suade .the widow to sell her home and come to live with her. First, she ought to ask herself these questions: "Why do I feel that I should try i to persuade my mother to give up - ! her own home and come to live with fit into another family's way of life. Then look at he families you know where a widowed mother lives with a married son or daughter. Are they as happy as they might be? Try to ,see the situation clearly, from all angles, before you make up your mind. It Is too important a decision lor your mother to make without being sure it is the best one for her and a satisfactory one for you and your family. •>t. LottU' fhitit wMt ,v«rl««kiiq • ATTRACTIVE ROOM-FOB-TWO FOR THRU DAYS AND TWO HI8HTI. • TWO RESERVED SEAT TICKETS TO A MAJOR LEAGUE IAU SAME. • TWO RESERVED SEAT TICKETS TO THE MUNT OPERA. • DELICIOUS CHAMPAGNE DINNER FOR TWO ON THE STARLIGHT ROOF. • RIVER CRUISE ON THE AIR-CONDITIONED ADMIRAL. Sptclil Kat.i for CMMr» MAKE RESERVATIONS AT ... OWENS DRUG STORE Phone 2024 300 W. Main LITTL£ LIZ— It's funny some women don't realize how stupid a man Is when he asks them 10 morry him. BNIAS me? Is is because I think she will really be happier with me? "Or is it because I think that if I do urge her to come and live with me I will feel that I am doing my duty, and will have a clear conscience?" If the latter is the reason, It Isn't a very sound 'one. Approach your problem with common sense. You may come up with a different answer. Ask yourself what will be best for your mother and your own family. If you think you can't answer the first question, think of the widows with whom you are acquainted. You may be surprised to discover that the happiest ones are those who are maintaining their own homes and retaining their place In the community. They arc free to come and go as they wish and to live an they like. They hnve their own friends, and they don't need to constantly try to Washing soda (also called sal soda i can be used as a water softener in tho proportion of one teaspoon per gallon of hot water. At the Hospitals Blylhevillc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Paul Fowler, Steele. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD f PEKING EXPRESS wmus - PLUS ~ Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At AH Times STOCK REDUCTION SALE FINE MERCHANDISE BELOW COST 110 South Second St. TUES.-WED. • Double Feature HE BIG SKY eo-ilarrin KIRK DOUGUS-OEWfr MUIIK UIZA8EJH THREAT! «Tg AKTHUIt HU.NNICUTT ¥f ARE PRETTY PEOPLE With Jimmy Rogers ALSO CARTOON AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m.;and 4 p.m. for Rllz & Roxy Program Announcements, 11 ».tn. and 5:30 p.m. tor Slarvue. TUESDAY ^WEDNESDAY THEY .-.- • COMC ANY BIGGER( COLUMBIA Pl RANDOLPH SCOTT • P-ctot* ft ft/Qfn jot 6ROWJ1 . Ki.llrt M) 5**tlt<i tit WT MUGGINS PLl'S SKI,E(TED SHORTS RITZ GUESTS Mr. I?ol) Malone Mr. & Mrs. James Tidwcll & Family Mr. & Mrs. C. ,1. Wilson & Far-'ly Mr. & Mrs. W. F. TogethoCf HVD Tickets Honored Wed. & Tlnirs Feinberg's Summer Stock Many Items Less Than Half Price One Rack Spring and Summer Dresses Values up to $24*0 One Lot Summer Dresses DRESSES $29.95 Values Reduced In This Sale to Regular $10.95 Summer Dresses cut TO SUMMER SKIRTS SLASHED! Reg. 5.99 $3.88 Reg. 8.99 $5.88 Reg. 10.95 $7.88 ONE DOLLAR TABLE Entire Stock Not Included Shorts, Blouses, Purses Values up to $3.99 tttmf, $].00 SORRY, NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS All Sales Must Be Final Entire Stock Not Include) FEINBERGS

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