The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 2, 1953
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PAGE TWO KI.YTHEVTT.L'E (ARK.) COXTHTKR NEWS THUKSDAY, TULT S, 1953 Bodetu /\lewA Mullin.. Sncietv Editor 9 Phone 4461 Good Tasle _ P»t Mullini. Society Editor Blankenship-Caldwell Wedding Date Is Set for August 1 Miss Charter*. Ruth Blankenship, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ulus Sylvester Blankenship of Dell, and Ilwyn Cochra.n Caldwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell of Dell have chosen August 1 as the date for their marriage. I The 12:00 noon ceremony will be! performed at Dfll Methodist Church i with the Hev. Eugene Hall official-J Miss Blankenship has chosen Mrs.' Charles P. Kennett as organist and Miss Doris Jean Walker of Marked Tree as vocalist. Miss Walker is also Miss Blankenship's choice as maid of honor. Bridesmaids include Miss Marjorle j Nell Koehler. Tunica, Miss., a cous- i in of the bride-elect; Miss Annette Whistle. Miss Nora Simpson and Miss Bonnie Lou Sheppard. Junior bridesmaids include Kathy ] Ann Caldwell. a sister of the bride-1 groom-elect, and Thelma ixiulse! Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. | R. B. Crawford and a cousin of the! bride-elect. j Flower Girls I She has chosen her cousins as flower girls. They are Ruby Kay Koehler. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, M. J. Koehler, and Barbara Joan Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Crawford. Taper lighters are to be Koehler Blankenship, brother of the bride- elect and Billy Gene Carter of Lsachville, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Carter. Mr. Caldwell has been selected to serve his son as best man. Groomsmen include William Braxton Gill, Harry Cook, Tom Wade, Jr., of Ken- Lutheran Guild Conducts Meeting ton, Tenn., and JamRR A. Cochran, of Ncwbern, Tenn., a cousin of the bririe-groom-plect. A reception is to be Riven at Bly- thevllle Country Club for the couple by the bride-elect's aunt <ind uncle, Mr. find Mrs. M, J. Koehler. Assisting them in entertaining will be Miss Shirley Joan Phillips, Miss Christine Dobbs, Donna Rose Simmons, Mrs. Robert Westbrook, Mrs. Jerry Morgan, Miss Helen Robertson of Leland, Miss., and Miss Jo Ann McAdams of Henderson. Tenn. Others who arc to assist, the hosts for the occassion, are the aiinls ol the bride-elect. Rehearsal Dinner The Caldwell's arc to entertain the couple and their wedding party at a dinner preceding rehearsal [or the ceremony. Miss Blankenship is to be complimented nt several pre-miptial events. Mm. J. T. Wcstbrook, Mrs Robert Wcstbrook, Mrs. Willie Doli- .son and Miss Nora Simpson fire to be hostesses for a luncheon-shower on July H. A dinner party is being planned by Mr. and Mrs. Eel Hnrdin, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Cook and Mr. find Mrs Udell Newson for July 17 and on July 18. Mrs. C. H. Whistle. Mrs Mavis Settlemire.. Mrs. Gerry Edwards and Miss Annr-tte Whistle will be hostesses for a breakfast. Hotel Peabody is to be the scene of a luncheon on July 2ft with Mrs. Otto Koehler nnd Miss Margie Koehler a.s hostesses. Bits of News l Bare Shoulders Not for Street By NKA Beauty Editor Then 1 '* a summer look for the : city which mnkes everyone within ' n " rt Wife Drives, Hubby Can't It Is A Blow To His Ego f^fl more cool and comfortable. It i'X'ludes neat cot.lon linen dresses In dark colors—black, forest green, brown and gray, for examples-- wi f h enough cover-up to Here Is an unusual problem, A young wife writes: "Because of an automobile accident bclore our marriage my husband lost his driver's license jy never get it back. "I have had a license and my own car since I was 16. Maybe Bridge League Meets at Rustic Ten members of the Lutheran Guild of the First Lutheran Church met last night for a monthly business session, at which Mrs. Louis Zeller, president, presided. Plans were made for a ice cream •ale on the evening of "July 16. It is to be held on the church lawn and the group voted to provide curb service. Wonderfully Flattering Members of the Beginner's Duplicate Bridge League, which is sponsored by the Country Club, held a weekly meeting at, the Rustic Inn yesterday afternoon for a 12-table Mitchell movement. North nnd South winners were C. I W. Afflick and Mrs. Charles Gerald. I first place; Mrs. .1. M. Williams. Jr.. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. second j nlace; Mrs. Arnold Miller nnd Mrs. j R. P. Kirshner, third place; and Mrs. i Robert Ktllian and Mrs. W. A, Afflick, fourth place. Winners for East and West were Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mrs. fl. A. Lynch, first place; Mrs. Dick White and Mrs, Floyd White, second place; Mrs. Bancroft Terry nnd Mrs. E. B. Gee, third place; and Mrs. Tom Little, Jr., nnd Mrs. Georgia Bailey, fourth plncfi. 8957 36-5J By Sue Burnett Here Is an afternoon style for the woman of larger figure that Is eo flattering with its sparkling snaped collar and scalloped front closing. Have short or three quarter sleeves. Pattern No. 8957 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 36, 38, 40. 42. 44, 46, 48. 50. 52. Size 38. short sleeve. 4',i yards of 39-inch; '>« yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in i COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER | to Sue Burnett, Courier New's 372 j W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. \ Don't miss the new Basic FASH- j ION for '53, spring and summer It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25, cents. i Mrs. Poetz Is Hostess to Club Mrs. O. O. Poclz entertained members of Club Eiprht yesterrtny afternoon nt her home lor their weekly bridge unme. She usMl ft brightly colored mn- Icrplcce of mlxnd garden on her dining room l,nble and foliage and email bouquets in the ilving room where guests were entertained. Mrs, Paul Jobp won hiqh honors In the bridge Barnes, with srrond Rolnp; to Mrs. Clraham Sudblir) the Refreshmenls were served during] Misses Evn Sue and Carolyn Chamberlain lell. y^terday for Augusta, Ga., and Kdi.sto Beach.. S. C.. where they v-'Hl be Rucsls of Mrs. t Ralph and children, Georjje Ann.; Yvonne and Larry Gene, for several' weeks. | Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wilklns and ; daughter, Llzabeih, of Louisville,: Ky.. are the guest* of Mr. anl Mrs. I Olarencn Johnson. Mr. Wilkin.s and | Mr. Johnson were roommates nt Bowling Green Business Universitj,! Bowlinit Oreen, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Elisie II. Brown have returned from a vacation in the i east, visiting in Pennsylvania Vlr-! glnia, New York nnd Maryland. j Dr. Edna Nifs returned home after spending Tuesday and Wednesday In Memphis. Mrs. Jake Huffman. Miss Lunn Wilhelm and Mrs. Elsie H. Brown and daughter. Roberta, ore spending today in Memphis. Jan Mullins left today to spend 10 days with Myin Jo Joiner in Crawfordsville. They will accompany Myra's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Joiner, to Bear Creek bake for several days. Dr. nnd Mrs. James L. Guard have as their uucxls, Dr. Guard's sister, Mrs. lla Zatiicmy of Los Molinos. Calf., nnd his brother, Lawrence Guard of Detroit. Mich. They ail left this week for Equality. III., to visit other relatives for a week. Mrs. J. H. Verger nf Greenville, Miss., and son. Narval Rice Ycr- ger, are spending several days as quests of her sisin, Mrs. H. W. Wylie, Mr. Wylle and family. D. B. Wylie Is spending a week as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ellett Lawrence. If, in Greenwood. She is a cousin of Mr. Lawrence, and Mrs. Lawrence is a former resident and member of the high school faculty. Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. Paul Pryor, Mrs. S. C. Owens. Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, Mrs. R. N. Payne. Mrs. Charles Alford and Mrs. Bill Malin nre to be in Kennett, Mo., today to be luncheon guests of Mrs. L. E. Baker, who formerly made her I home here. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Sheridan of Senatobia, Miss., will arrive to be , the guests of their daughter, Mrs.' George Hubbard, Jr.. Mr. Hubbard ; and children. They all plan to spend ! the holldny week end nt Lake Nor-1 fork. | Alnmin 3|c Bobby Colcman returned to Snn Diego, Cnllf., after ; spending a week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Coleman, 1 md family. ! Jerry Van Znndt of Van Buren will irrlve tomorrow to spend the week [ >nd here ns guest of Miss Annelln j Humphreys and her parents. Mr. md Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Lt. Tomiilie Sylvester who is stationed nt Camp Chnffee, Ark., will arrive today to be the guest of hlsj parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnwleigh Syl- j vester. for eight dn.vs. While he Isj here, they will visit Mrs. Sylvester's father. F. J, Onines who is critically 111 at -hte home in Fnyettc- villc, Ark. : "" hide prickly heat or other unsight- i this has spoiled ly surmnpriiiue manifestations. ' Racks and shoulders are always covered, even If only with bolero jacket, in <ho daytime. Gloves and Mocking ru'f'n't left at home. Toes don't protrude from shoes in the early hours. Dors sn much cover-up sound <, K0 . jt isn't that he objects to my warm to ymi? If you've tried nnd ; driving. I can take the car any compared the difference, you may : u m e during the, day. He seems to realize that . fabric protects the i i\^ n ^ this should satisfy me, but body from excessive heat as well where can a housewife and moth- as from the cold. ; er | lave any f un alone? The important thing is to choose a porous, soft, lightweight co istrlctin'' "fit Cover-up shoes i wl) y we uiul l K "J u y ourselves nut; ^ '' other young people and when I my husband's stubborn pride stands in the way, I become me. I don't know. "My husband , refuses to RO Mockm^s ru'f'n't left at home. Toes anywhere in the Ruth Mlllett cm- with me because I would have to drive and this is a blow to his "This thing has almost become an obsession with me. I don't Bee likewise, protpct, the feet from hot j ° pavements. Linen, shantung, kid or j' other summfftime shoes will permit flexibility without becoming; hot-boxes. an » r y- Although we have only been married 15 months I feel Many Rills take the road if least resistance, beauty-wise, in summer want your honest opinion. that I can't stand much more. I Am' I wear rouiHry clothes in the behaving like a spoiled brat?" city—peasant skirts, bare-should- No - B ut then your husband isn't ercd blouses, and backless dresses I either. He is just behaving like a on the .street. j man. Smartness depends so much on i It hurts his masculine ego to looking in place, or in harmony ' have to be chauffeured around by with .surroundings. One wishes '-, his wife and so he'd rather stay more*girls were aware of tht cool-| home than put himself in that sit- lookinpj and cool-feeling pissibih- j nation. ties of more cover-up for town in | The two of you aren't going to summer in the daytime, They'd • get anywhere arguing; about the certainly look prettier. ] matter. So you'd better try to find some alternative to the stands you have both taken. j, . ** j'j* • First of all. have you tried to Air Conditioning [ind out if anything can be done to For the Birds get your husband ' s driver's 11- MANGUM. Oklft. OP) — Everyone goes for air conditioning now, even the birds. Claude Miller .checked his air conditioning system and found a nest of five baby birds atop the machine. Before Miller could get the air, he had to Rive the birds the air. He put the nest, in a cigar box; tnpt;d it to the .side of the conditioner. To keep enamel surfaces of a stove new-looking, wipe up all spills immediately and never scrape with a knife, acid foods nnrf milk, particularly, may leave permanent dull spots if not removed quickly. Read Courier News Classified Ads. To keep aluminum burners on a gas range from corroding, use hot. water, a mild detergent and a stiff brush. Avoid using lye. soda or alkaline cleansing preparations. DANCE Saturday & Sunday, July 4-5 at the NORTH STAR SOPPER GLOB N. Highway fil Blylheville, Ark. RAY CHILTON'S ORCHESTRA 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. We Serve Good Food At Popular Prices Air Cooled for four Comfort Coming Events Friday Mrs. Hank Dodd entertains members of the Vendredi Bridge Club. Ladies Auxiliary of Blytheville Country has business meeting nt the club at 8 p.m. for election of officers with Mns. B. B. Goodman, president, presiding. Bread boxes, lunch boxes, cookie jars nnd cake covers all tend to hold crumbs in their e.revlcea. These may become rancid nnd moldy, spoiling the flavor of foods and giving off an unpleasant odor. First wash these articles in, hot soapsuds and rinse. Follow with a rinse In n baking soda solution. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ada Johnson, City Fontaine HoUls, City Mrs. John Arnold, Tomato Mrs. Ella Hobson, Burdette Homer Morse, Holland LITTLE LIZ- HOME CANKERS'FIRST CHOKE! Can TOMATOES Now! No Guesswork! DOME QOWfL-Jar Sealed Wlirn buying flat, silver, make; sure the pieces feel balanced when i 'neld In your finccrs. Otherwise, j they'll be awkward to eat with. ' Why do men soy, "The enclosed letter is self-explonotory"—and then take three or four pages to explain it? *„,*» Hays Store Phone 2001 Wn Dellrer High Quality Low Prices Wayne Feeds Ur«r Muh 100 Ibn. 4.M L»y«r Pellets 190 Ibs. 4.99 F.fl Pfllelj 100 lb«. 5.39 Chick SUrter 100 Ibs. 5.69 Grower Mash 100 Ibs. 5.39 Ser»teh F«d 1M Ibs. 4.39 Smrarine 16% nDlrj 1M lb«. 3.69 W»7M 1«% D»Iry.. 100 lb«. 4.4» IX% D»lrj Feed ... 100 Ib.. 5.39 C»lf Sttrter Pelletl 100 Ibs. 5.79 Pit * Sow Meil... 100 Ibi. C.39 Pit * Sow FtlleU. 100 Ihl. 5.49 35% Hat Balancer. 100 Ibl. 5.99 4*% HOK SBp'Imnt 100 Ibn. 8.39 Pork Maker 10» ID.. 4.79 H*ne r«* 10« Ib.. 4.39 Rabbit Pellet" .... 1M Ibi. 5.»9 Dot FMd !•• "»• «•»» WR ftkortl ....... IN Ibi. 3.M P*IMi«4 Cb»f« .... 1** "»• «•" NOTICE We Will Be CLOSED SATURDAY, JULY 4th C. M. SMART FURNITURE, INC. REVIV TWO WEEKS OR LONGER Beginning July 5 Come out and hear Evangelist Leah Faye Wakefield of Hot Springs at the First Assembly of God Church Seventh & Ash Sts. "A Church Where Jesus Is Real" .1. C. Dickinson, Pastor cense restored? Look Into the situation It you havent' already done BO, and try to Ret some definite answer. For the time being, why not take a taxi when you want to,go somewhere in the evening? Over the long run, it probably would be about as cheap as driving your own car* Above all, don't ngake such an issue of this problem that you endanger the happiness of your marriage. Remember that any problem no more serious than yours can be worked out if a couple sets their minds to finding a compro* mise instead of fighting about it. Snake on Tc/ev/s/on OKLAHOMA CITY f/ft—A neighbor excitedly called Mr*. Frank Gibson for help. She was getting the unexpected on her new television set. Mrs. Gibson ran to the rescue, and found a 42-inch snake had crawled out of the cabinet. Cows, But No Mi/fe TOMBSTONE, Ariz. \ffi — Dr. F. P. Schmidt, veterinarian, has announced that this too-tough-to-die town in the "cow" country is the only Cochise County community without a single milk cow. Clean and wax the baseboard, and border around a room-size rug with a cloth saturated with a cleaning and polishing wax. Use a dry cloth for polishing. Designer Uses Black Velvet Trim By GAILE DUGAS NEA Woman's Editor NEW YORK (NEA)—The drama of black and white—women know its value well. Electrifying against a satiny, bronzed skin. Sleek and citified when It's accompanied by little white gloves, shiny white Jewelry and a big black hat. It appears on stage for summer, 1953, in suits cut with the game diligent care that's lavished on woolens for wintertime. Some of these suits are lined In pure silk. Others, there's a streak of black velvet as trim. All are citified suits with lots of places to go and things to do. We all know, by now. that fibrics are full of fashion tricks. That the old concepts about wool'and cotton Bonn Claims Climate Boosts Virility BONN, Germany (in — What is it about Bonn that makes young men feel old and the old as frisky as mountain goats? The climate, say the local doctors. They say It suits two types o people, the old and those who weri born and bred in the Rhinelanri But people from other parts of Germany — and foreigners especially — find It very trying. It's s-o-o s-1-e-e-p-y. Bonn is set between high hills or either side of the Rhine. It's like being down a rather damp am moist hole. Doctors say it is particularly barj for people with hear ailments. Non-natives complain o. waking up tired and of minor ailments like flue and mumps. Announcement Office in Ingram Building is closed — Equipment is being moved to new office at 313 N. 2nd Street (across from American Legion Auditorium). New office will be open Monday July 6. Dr. F. Don Smith OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY First Blytheville Showing 'AGAINST ALL FLAGS' with All Star Cast Also TWO CARTOONS AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KI.C.N at 10:10 a.m. mnd 4 p.m. for Ritz Sc Box; Program Announcements. 11 n.ra. and 5:30 p.m. (or SUrvue. THURSDAY & FRIDAY ROBERT AUDREY THEIMA WAGNER-DALTON HITTER CHARLETBRACKETT Parnmount News and Cartoon — Ant Pasted RITZ GUESTS Airs. T. J. Mahan & Family Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Hart & Family Mr. & Mrs. VV. R. Ocnnirjj & Family bav« gone out the window. That Wi have far more freedom and flexlbll. Ity In putting together a wardrobe. Designers nre learning to creat* clothes for a way of life. For yours, your neighbors' and your relatives' in California or Florida or Minnesota. And so we all benefit from tha new concepts. We do a little eitperl- mentinK ourselves to find what w« like and what we don't. We try black and white for »um- mer drama. We consider the cotton suit, making it the mainstay of our wardrobe just as we do with a woolen suit in winter. And we, as well as the designers, discover new horizons. KIDNEYS Aiir MUST REMOVE EXCESSWASTE Naeeine backache, IMS of pep andenergy, S 0 ±o""i±yStio\™Dorto^..°»Id kidney Junction i. very important to good heilth. When som« everyday condition, such », siren and. strain, causes thu important function to slow down, many foiksBUflernas. Sing backache-feel miserable. Minor blad. der irritations due to cold or V.TOM! diet may over 50 years. It's amnzins how many time! Boan'« cive happy relief from these ducom. fons-hcll>thel5mitesofkidneytubcs,nd filters flush out waste. Get Doan'* Pills today! Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission I4c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature _ HOWARD HAWKS' THilKjW XKKDOUGLAS'DEWEr MARTIN ELIZABETH THREAT! AUTO HUMNICUTT ARE PRETTY PEOPLE - With , . Jimmy Rogers ALSO CARTOON FRI & SAT Double Feature —PLUS— "-.SUSAN CABOT-VICTOR WRY i UNIVEBSAUNTHNATIONAt PICTURE Serial—JUNGLE DRUMS of AFRICA No. 1 Cartoon—TEACHER'S ARE PEOPLE For Better Plumbing, SELECT CRANE & STANDARD FIXTURES Earl Walker Plumbing & Gas Flttlns 418 South Lake Phone 3553 The BAIT SHOP No. Highway 61 Minnows - Roachei Worms Tackle — Motor. Boat Oil — Candy — Cold Drinks Open 4 a.m. — Close 6 p.m. FREE! M Minnows ?ach given to the Ushirman eatchinj Bluett Crapple. Plenty Free Parking Space I Bobbie Davis 'Phone 2701-AfIer hrs 8884

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