The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1953 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 1, 1953
Page 6
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 19W Botiettt J\lew& P»t Mullins, Society Editor / PhoQt 4461 Snow Wilson, Linda Polk Wee/ OSCEOLA— Announcement was mane loday of the marriage of Miss Linda Polk, daughter of Dr. and Mri. J. T. Polk, of Reiser, to Rutherford Snow Wilson, son of Mrs. R. J. Qillespie of Osceola. and the late R. Snow Wilson of Little Rock. The wedding was performed Monday evening at the Baptist Parsonage in. Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. M. C. Whitten, pastor, of- Miss Blankenship Is Complimented At Dessert Bridge Miss Charlene Ruth Blankenship daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H, C. Blankenship, was puest of honor yesterday at a dessert bridge party given at Rustic Inn. Hostesse? for th« affair were Mrs. Kcmper Bruton, Mrs. Earl Brownlee. Mrs. H. R. "Crawford, Jr., and Mrs. Hadley Hays. Miss Blankenshlp's engagement to Ewyn Cochran Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, was rrcently announced. Por the afternoon's entertainment the honoree chose a dress of red •nd black plaid nylon complimented by black patent accessories. She was given a novelty corsage made from puffs of yellow maline adorned with a miniature white Bible, white wedding rings and white wedding bells. Seven tables of bridge were conducted at the afternoon party which is the first in a series planner In her honor. Each table held a centerpiece of Ester Reed daisies In white and yellow interspersed with plumosis fern. Tallies, placecards and scorecards carried out the yellow and white motif. In bridge .games. Mrs. James Tidr *'eU won high, with second high .going to Mrs. Ed Stacy and bridgo to Mrs. Clyde Patton. They were presented gifts of pottery, which they later gave to the honored guest. j "The hostesses' gift to MKs Blankenship was a silver sugar and creamer. flcialinc. The couple was attended by Mr and Mrs. Johnny Earl Speck. For her marriage, Mrs. Wilson was attired In a white linni two piece dress with chalk white accessories. She pinned a white orchid corsage at her shoulder, Mrs, Speck was cire.ssed in a two piece white dress with touches luggage tan, complemented by while accesKOrie.s, and a. corsage of while gardenias. The couple will leave tomorrow for a wedding trip to Uuytuim Bench, Pin. Upon their return, they will be at the home of the groom's mother until September when they will enter the University of Arkansas, Mrs. Wilson attended French Institute, in Kansas City last year, while Mr. Wilson was n student at University of Houston. Country Club League Meets. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin was presented the Country Club (raveling bridge trophy at last night's game, which ended a six-week series for the Duplicate Bridge League. Other winners in the series were Mrs. Frank Grlssby, second, Mrs W. A. Afflick, third, and Mis. E B. Gee, fourth place. Six tables of members si tended last night's session. Mrs. Chamblin and Mrs. Gee won first plnce. George Anderson and Harry W Hames tied with Bernard Gooch and Mrs. Charles Gerald for second plnce. Third went to Mrs. Henry Humphreys and Mrs. O. W Mc- Cutchcn. A masterpoint game is to be conducted Thursday night. TO JOIN HUSBAND Aftl) FATHER — Mrs. Don Allen and son, Donnle, have received orders to join their husband and father, T/Sgt. Clco D. Allen at his base in Tokyo, Japan. Sgt. Allen is with the 1808th AACS Wing, and has been .stationed in Japan for a year Mrs. Allen plans to leave Saturday for Sacramento, Calif., where she will visit friends for several days before sailing July* 13 from San Francisco. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Goforth of Blythevllle. Tri-Town Bridge ]lub Has Party Girls' Playtime Togs Members and guests of the Tri- Tou-n Bridge Club were entertained yesterday by Mrs. A. E. Teaford of Luxorn nt the home of her mother, Mrs. Chris Tnmpkins. Mrs. Robert G. McHnney. Miss Margery Hale and Mrs. Alfred Todd Gray of Comvay, .house-guest of her pn rents, Mr, and Mrs. C. W| Ritmey, were guests of the. club. Summer flowers were used fit points of interest in the entertaining rooms. The hostess served dessert courses before games of bridge. Winners of the game Included Mrs. R. H. Farr, first Worth Holder, second. N. N. Bridge Club Entertained Three guests played bridge witr members of the N. N. Bridge Club last, night when they were entertained ut the home of Mrs. J. L Westbrook, Jr. , Included in the guest list were Mrs, Tommfe Westbrook. Miss Margery Hale and Miss Jo Ann Triesch- irmnn. After dessert was served, bridge gnmes were conducted with first plnce and bridge going to Mrs. Tommie Westbrook, and second place to Miss Hale, Coming Events Wednesday Beginner's Duplicate Bridge League has weekly meeting at the Rustic Inn. Thursday Blylhcvlllc Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. Friday Mrs. Hank Dodd rnt.nrtalns members of the Vendrcdi Bridge Club. Ladies Auxiliary of Blythcville Country has business meeting the club at 8 p.m. for election plnce, Mrs. of officers with Mm. B. B. Goodman president, presiding. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage In the n/Tice of the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth BlytliR Pnrkrr: Marlon Palmer of Tnniato and Aldcna Thomas of Forbush, Ky. By Sue Burnett separate patterns. Pattern No. 8!)75 is a scw-rilc perforated pattern in sizes* 6, fi, 10, 12 14 years. Size fi. clrcss, F'K yardp of 45-inch; bolero, n s yard; •'!» yard I contrast. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS your name, address, sixes desired find the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't mtes the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer It's a complete spring sewing j*uide for .smart, riracUcul wardrobes; gUt pattern printed iiiMdc the book. 25 cents. At the Hospitals IllyUicville Hospital Dismissed; Mrs. W. L. Ncftl and baby, Holland Mrs. Otis Chnnnell, Holland Richard Green. City Mrs. Pic teller Fisher, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mary Springer, City Mrs, Ella Hobson nnd baby, City Mrs. Fred Faught nnd baby, City City Mrs. Lucille Alien. Osceola. Mrs. Evelyn Kelley and baby. Osceola Acidic Logan, City Your electric fnn is probably clean if you had it covered while in stor- Hge. After it's been in use awhile, it may need soap-and-watcr care. Be sure the cord is disconnected. Wipe base, blades and protecting wire "mask" with sonpy cloth. Rinse and dry throughly. Two adorable play outfits for each ------------------------young lady of six to fourteen. Each has a brief bolero for cover-up Two Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission I4c & 39c At All Times WED & THURS Double Feature HE BIO SKY .DtWfT MAITIK HIZABETH THREATT VT r HONHICUII ARE PRETTY PEOPLE With Jimmy Rogers A1,SO CARTOON OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN 7 UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD, EXPRESS f~ *^~ C * RY GRANT i 'MMI/S' ^ . UMIHE Mt. THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Blytheville Showing 'AGAINST ALL FLAGS with All Star Cast Also TWO CARTOONS rr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woolsey and Bonnie Presnoll have returned from St. Louis, where they spent several days Mrs. Hadley Hays Is spending, today in ,/oneslioro as guest of Mrs. .John fircckinndfje of Miami, who is the Burst ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Landlord. Mrs. Breckinridge and children will leavi' next week for J a j) a n to join Colonel IliwV.lnndi!'' who Is stationed there. Colonel Hreckmridiio and Mr. Hay.. were collide roommates. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walters of Lit- j tie Bock are lien; for a week to be j the eue.ils of Mrs. Walters parents and sister and family, Mr. and Mi's W. B. McMiiilln and Mr. and Mrs. Charles and fiimily. . Lt. and Mrs, John B. Lewis of Nuremburg, Germany, announce (he birth of their first child, a son, today. He has been named John Llewellyn after his paternal grandfather, the late Lt.. Col. J. L.. Lewis of Lake Village. Mrs. Lewis Is the former Frances Rhouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .J. W. Shouse. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Utley and j children, Mike and Becky, arrived home yesterday from a 10-day va- j cation in Ihe Smoky Mountains and in GntlinburR. Tcnn. Becky, who had been visiting her grand- 1 mother. Mrs. P. E. uticy, Sr., in Little Bock, joined them for the. trip. i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faught, Jr.. announce the. birth of a Ron Sunday at Walls Hospital. The baby has ' Overweight Women You Look Dull Wearing Black By ALICIA HART . NEA Beauty Editor You're probably familiar with Ihe picture of the overweight woman trying to look thinner by enveloping herself in black. Perhaps the picture is of yourself. Don't nuiKe me mistake of think- in? that head-to-toe black is your only solution ur even the best one. U looks even more funereal on you !h;m on your slimmer sisters. You'll \\ am at least one black dress in your '.vnrdrobe, of course. But be sure to relieve it with at least one touch of i 11 bf.'oininf! color. You can wear almost any color lhat you'll be wearing when you're slimmer. There are only a few don'ts. Don't wear light pastels, white or sharp, intense colors, such as chartreuse or shocking pink. »om» whlt« li vtry "youthlfylnf" tor you but It mustn't b« in •&• white drew. And th« whit* ihouM not be chtlky, but mort on Ult oyster side. Your choice of fabric li probably wider than you believed poulbli. You have your pick of taffeta, pliable worsted, lace, faille, chiffon, dull crepe, linen, and cottoni wttii body. Avoid buUty fabrics luch as the heavy tweeds and wool'. On the other hand, there must be sufficient body in the fabric to eliminate po«- slble clinging. Have your skirti lined with taffeta if there Is a tendency for them to "elt out." The rule for neckline* Is simple. Avoid the round — whether In a high, round neckline, a Peter Pan collar, or a bateau. You are limited here. There is only the square neckline or the narrow V, as plunging as modesty permits. The fleshiest part of the arm should always be covered but never with a puffed eleeve. The iieev« should never cut into and outllnt the flesh. j Summerwcifrhl wool In black-and-whilc rherks etched with pail- lettes and tiny white porcelain beads is cut by designer. Jane J'crby into dress and stole. Stole has two pockets, these embroidered in V line with paillettes and porcelain beading.—By. Gaile Dugas, NEA Woman's Editor. Israel's Prime Minister Calls for Biblical Culture monial occasions, have been replaced by speeding patrol cars equipped with two-way radio. The sled dogs have given way to a monster on skii.s called a bombardier Trlm ( . ;ib j n c ,. u i sors patrol the i avf;cr i^ke; and all branches are linked by radio to speed the work. LITTLE LIZ— TEL-AVIV Wi — A call to re-. , , , ,, , s ., ,,. . orientate cultural life in Israel j snowmobile which costs less to run Paught L, the. former Mte Vn-gm.a : m(j] . e towni . ds ^ Bib)e was vol(;ed j 11)an [h( , |H|sklc ,^ by Prime-Minister David Ben- Gurion in tin address to "Alilo", a writers and arti.sts club here. He thought that in addition to authors also painters and musicUtiis could gain a constant flow of inspiration from the Holy Writings and thus Blanfcmship of Amuriilo, Tex Mr. I d ° muctl for their "re-vitall'iation" and Mrs. O. M. Mitchell and chil- fmtsiflc the s y na S°£ ue . the tntdi- tiomil place of worship. The Prime Minister nlr.o felt that the Jerusalem radio station "Kol Israel" (Hebrew for The Voice of Israel > could contribute considerably to the spread of Biblical culture. Jackson of Aberdeen, Miss. Lffiving tomorrow to spend the • week end ia lite Spi-ings, Mo., ;m; • Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship nnd children, Mrmya, Deenya, and Nor- hcrt and their house guests. Mi s loria Lynn Faucett of Santa Monica, Calif., and Miss Jackie • dren, Cleone and Roland, Fay Da- Mr, ami Mrs. Marshall Black- irtl and daughter, Jessie, Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone and sons, Hufth. Jimmy and David. Mrs. Mary Alice "Salon and daughters. Mary Jo and Rhonda Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. Mikr> •arks and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Branscum, They will eturn next week. Mounties Go Modern in an automatic gas water heat- WINNIPEG '/D — The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has gone the automatic controls regulate ' modern with a vengeance. Horses, he nmoiint of Kits required to heat'which now appear only on cere- 'flter. Thus, household needs for ot water can be fulfiled with no lore than the exact amount of fuel cquircd, eliminating fuel waste. 7-1 Everyone should try to save some money—some day it may be worth something. S . N£A9 for ihe COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M Accumulations of old newspapers nd magazines are a great fire haz- rrl. RONCO spaghetti * macaroni, .pure egg noodles '• Hyghes-Brogdon DRUG STORES Main at Lake • Main & Division AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN nl 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements, 11 a.m. ami 5:30 p.m. for Starvue, LAST TIMES TODAY COIUW» NCHW3 preitrrtl _ RANDOLPH PIUS SCOTT. __ Selected HANGMAN'S KNOT — Shoris RITZ GUESTS Mr. Bob Malone i\Ir. & Mrs. James Tidwcll & Family Mr. & Mrs. C. .). Wilson & Family Mr. & Mrs. W. F. 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