The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 3, 1953
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FAGt TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1953 Society Mew* Pit MuUni, Society Editor / Phone 4461 Mrs. Parrish Is Complimented With Shower Mrs. W. D. Crocker and Mrs. Leslie Kenwright honored Mrs. Gay Parrish, who was before her marriage Miss Mary Lou Sawyers, with A miscellaneous shower last night. Friends gathered al 808 South Lake Street, home of Mrs. Crocker, for the affair. Games were conducted with prizes awarded to Mrs. Max Graham nnd Mrs. Jack Henry, who later presented their gifts to Mrs. Parrish. Following the games, the honoree was presented with a shower of miscellaneous gifts. ' For the occasion, she chose a sheer summer cotton of white wilh red polka dots. The fitted bodice with scooped neckline wns Joined to the, very full skivl by a cumberbund of red. She was given B corsage of red roses, interspersed with lilies of the valley. Special guests for the party Were mothers of the couple. Mrs. Frank Sawyers chose a navy linen dress with white pique nnd rhlne- stone trim, ani Mrs. F. H. Pnr- rish wore a red and white sheer nylon with rhincsiones encircling the red button trim. They were given corsages of red glnmelias. The center of attraction in flor- | al decorations was a miniature bride and groom in a bouquet of white magnolia blossoms. Other bouquets about the entertaining rooms were formed with summer garden flowers. Miss Robertson Bobby Cresap Wed in Hernando In a ceremony nt 6 p.m., June 27, at Hornando, Miss., Miss Tormnle Loraine Robertson, daui<hter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Robertson, became the bride of Bobby Cresap, sun nf Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cresnp of 1>U. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pott were the couple's only attendants. Officiating at the. ccrrmon.v was John H. Davis, justice of pence. A graduate of Manila High School, the groom Is employed by Ernest Rny Trucking Company, find the bride, who is a graduate of Blytheville Hish School, is associated with the Ornber Store. The couple will make their home here. Visitor Honored At Party Here Mrs. E. M. Terry complimented her granddaughter awl houscguest, Terry Wetenkamp of Memphis last evening with f. party for eight of her friends. Following a swimming party, ihey returned tfl the Terry home where a picnic supper was served and games were played. The eight-year-old group received pzries and favors in the contests conducted. Apply paste wax to the sliding surfaces of Windows and bureau drawers to prevent sticking in humid weather. Mrs. Stevens Is HostesstoClub Rustic Inn was the scene yesterday for a meeting ol the La Nueve Club when Mrs. Colcmtin Stevens emerlfllncd the gtoup with four guests. Guests Included Mrs. W. H. O'Kcefc. Mrs. Cecil Brnrifion, Mrs, Wnlter Day and Mrs. Joe McHaney. Dessert was served preceding the games of bridge. Winners of the Rimies were Mrs. Branson, fjuest high, Mrs. Melvin Hfllsell, club high, nnd Mrs. Leonard Oldhftm. brldgo. Bits of News Coming Events Friday Auxiliary of BlyLliftVille That Wonderful Halter By Sue Burnett You see It everywhere this season —the smart halter neckline dress that bares your back txj the sun. This version ties high at the neck, has a little bolero to prevent too much sunburn. Pattern No. 8812 IE a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 11, 12, 13, H, 16, 18. 20. Size 12, dress, 3-!i yards of 35 or 39-inch; bolero 1'i yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired an,d the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide j for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Lndie Country has busiticss meeting at the club at 8 p.m. for election of officers with Mrs. B. B. Goodman, president, presiding. Monday Lonoke Home Demonstration Club has meeting wilh Mrs. Leslie Moore. Katie nation Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. J. T. Wcstbrook. Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist 3hurch hns meeting at the church. Woman's Auxiliary of St. Ste- Dhen's Episcopal Church has meet- ng at the home of Mrs. S. S. Patterson. Study Group of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church has meeting with Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. H. R. Bandon as co-hoste*s. Mrs. Cecil Lowe Is program leader nnd Mrs. Eric Whitley worship leader. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs, Joe Evans Elkins are the parents of a .son, their first child. He was born June 30 at Walls Hospital and has been named Phillip Evans. Mrs. Evans is the former Miss Murl Richardson ol Luxora. Mr. and Mrs, J. F, Owens are spending the week end in Henderson, Term,, as the guests of relatives. Their nephews, Fred Freeman and Ciirlton Nuckolls, both of Henderson, were here last week and accompanied them. Joe Lynn Atkins, Ron of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins, hns be-on taken to Methodist Hospital, where his condition is reported to be seriius. He is in room 116. Mrs. E. M. Terry has ns her guest. her granddaughter, Terry Wetenkamp of Memphis. Mrs. R. E. Cobble and son, Clark, * RogcrfiVille, Tenn., are spending * :ral weeks as fiuestfl of her iher, Mrs. O. W. Smith, and family. Mr. find Mrs. Karl B. Walters left today for Little Rock after spending several days as the guests of Mrs:* Walters 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McMullln. nnd her sister, Mrs, Charles Smith and. lam- iiy- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burns, accompanied by her. sister, Mrs. Edward Lowey, Mr. Lewey and son, Jimmy, of Helena, will leave on vacation tomorrow. They plan to visit relatives in Indianapolis, Ind., Detroit and Snginaw, Mich., and will also go to Niagara Falls, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and daughters, Millie Ann and Loretta, h;ft today for Hot Springs whnre they will Join a party of friends for the hnlUliiy week end. Mr. and Mrs. Iliifih Whltsitt and daughter.'Oail, left today for Sheffield, Ala. .for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mlley and son, Bryan, -Jr. They will be accompanied by Mrs. Mlley and Bryan, Jr., lo North Carolina for a vacation. Dr. a nd Mrs. John Allison B nd daughter, Alice, of Chicago, III., have arrived to spend several dnys as guests of Dr. Allison's father, J. P. Allison, and family. Mr. arid . Mrs. Lloyd French and sons and Mrs, Cllffle Johnson left todny to spend the week, end in Mammoth Spring, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Krie Ray nnd son left tills afternoon for Dexter, Mo.. where they will spend the week with Mr. and Mrs. George Ferguson. MLS. O. W. McCutchen, Mrs. W. A. Afrlink, Mrs. Georgia Bruh-y, Country Club Celebration Is Planned The mimml Fourth of July parly for member* of the Country Club is to be hold tomorrow at the club bc- Slnillnc In the afternoon, wllh In- fonnn! (,';ithrriMf>s an( ^ bridge games for the women and golf contests for the men. During the afternoon a blind bo- Bcy tournament and driving contest will b» held. The Winner of a the driving contest is to receive a Mc'GrrRor jumbo driver, winner of a pitching contest, to be held later, will receive 12 golf balls. A Imflft supper will be served on the lawn in front of the club followed by » display of fireworks nt dark, and dancing during the evening will complete the day's activities. Warnings Will Fail When A Couple Is In Love A national magazine attempts to point out "Six Women No Man Should Marry." They are not epe cific women, of course, but six dangerous types, The trouble with warning either men or women against a certain "type" of individual is that when a person falls in love the object of his Duplicate League Conducts Meeting Ruth Millet! adoration is not "type." but the most wonderful, the most unusual, the most desirable Individual In [he world. Family, friends, even experts can warn against the person's un- fitncss for marriage, but all the warnings fall on deaf ears. The person In love has » stock answer An eight-table Mitchell movement j an[1 one tnat to him makes perfect irrl at Hotel Noble for j sense, " But I'm In love." Every week letters come to this column from young men and wom- was coiuu members of the Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge L"nKiin last night when a monti.iy masterpolnt game was held. North nod South winners were Mrs. C. R. Branson and Mrs. W. A. Mfllck. first place; Mrs. Frank j trying to break up a match Orlgsby nnd Mrs. C. W. AtfllcK, sec ond place: Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, third place; and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoieson, fourth plfice. East, ami West winners were O. O. Hnnlawny and Frank Nelson, first place; Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and MIR. Marshall Cummeron, second place; Mrs. C. C. Councille and Mrs. O. W. Coppedge, third place nnd O. S. Crowd! and George Wiggs, fourth place. The Riuiie usually scheduled for tomorrow win not be played. en seeking reassurance that nothing in the world really matters but love. Sometimes It Is a family that Is the Triplets Get Milk at Last Mrs. Gnrth Castllo Is hostess to I nncl Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roleson will the Octave Club. Miss Belly Holland entertains members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Trl-Town BrlriRc Club has meeting with Mrs. Newton Wlillig. Wednesday High T\vo Bridge Club hns meeting with Mrs. Forrest Moore. Club EiRht is (o be enteflftined by Mrs. Otto Scrape. Friday Mrs. Harvey Dorris Is hostess to members of Stitch and Chatter. Layette Shower Given in Home Mrs. Charles Smith t\nd Mrs. W, B. McMillan were hostesses nt the McMullln home last night for a layette shower given to compliment Mrs. Earl Walters. Providing the evening's entertainment were three tables of CR- na.sta. Winners included Mrs. Fred McGregor, first place. Mrs. Walters, second, find Mrs. Wlllurd French, low, Mrs. Walters was given a novelty corsage of rattles, large safety pins and other baby articles tied with colorful ribbon. Each card tnble was centered with a small bouquet and the dining tnble where gifts were displayed held a larger centerpiece of swectpeas and petunias. Be ready lor baby's feeding time. Loosen cover on jar of prepared vegetables an hour or $o before he is to be fed, and place pn metal grid of the stove near the pilot light. Baby's food will be nice and warm when he calls for his supper. be in Little Rock this week end MANILA </Pi — The birth of trip- Ids on Cttlnmltmnes island off the southeast flp of Luzon touched off a local political Issue which threat' curd their survival. The hetul af the local social welfare commission refused to Issue relief milk to the triplets. He claimed the voiding of President Elpidio Quirlnn's controversial emergency powers prevented him from doing so. The Impoverished parents of the triplets — nil girl* — next turned to the R?d Cross branch in Virac for help. But It had run out of stock. Then a commercial firm in Manila heard of the plight of the harn.sscd purente. The firm sent 1,1ns of canned milk and It^Was delivered by a Philippines Alrllm plane, free of charge. parents feel is unsuitable. Sometimes friends sound the warnings. Once jn awhile the person writing for reassurance is the one who has mental doubts about marrying the person with whom he Is In love. But the interesting thing about the letters is that none of the writ- era wants anything but to be reassured. The/ feel they shouldn't listen, to anything but their hearts —not to reason nor to the advice of family and friends. So no matter how often men and women are warned of the "types" that are poor marriage risks. Individuals will go on falling in love with and marrying individuals of these same "types." In matrimony, storm warnings are seldom heeded. Its onl.y after marriage when a husband or Wife When you are buying potatoes for baking, choose those that are wcll- shnped nnd of the same size so nil for n state bridge tournament at I 'be potatoes will cook in about the the Marion Hotel. j Kame length of time. Bucky Role.son, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Roleson, will spend the next two Weeks at Camp Subiaco, Subincn. Ark. Miss Eloise Ynles of Memphis will arrive tonight to spend the week end 'with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. ^George O. Yates. SR|. and Mrs. Jerry A. Lloyd and children, Sherry nnd Gary, of Shreveport, La., returned to their hnme today after spending n 17- <!ny leave with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Qrovcr Cannda, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Williams and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maloney. Earn the eternal gratitude of the postman, delivery boy, and milkman, Attach an aluminum cup to your outside faucet with a generous length of bathroom-plug chain nnd hang on hook near faucet. Place a little sign above it, "Have one on the house." It pets mighty thirsty delivering all day ,you know. Almost any woman could add years lo her life pimply by telling the truth. «nua For Better Plumbing, SRfCT CRANE & STANDARD FIXTURES Earl Walker Hnmblnr * Gat Fitting 411 South Lux* PI»M KM Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Mr & 39c At All Times FRI& SAT Double Feature —PLUS- II It's Electrical We'll Repair It At Low Cost • All Major Appliances • All Traffic Appliances • Wiring Systems • Outlets and Fuse Boxes For prompt, efficient repair of anything electrical, come lo us. We employ only expert licensed electricians and carry complete stocks of parts. CHARLIE & PINION Electric Co. H2S. 5th Phont2993 Serial—.UJNfiI.R DRUMS of AFRICA No. 1 Cartoon—TEACHER'S ARE PEOPLE SUN & MON Double Feature —PLUS— lEMIfU JONES CBlltton HESTON MAIDEN bin found • situation Intolerable that they are ready and willing (o listen to advice. Guard Against Summer Odors By ALICIA HART NKA Bnutytxiitor Teen-agers, personal odors have an unpleasant way of destroying our daintiness in summer If we aren't most careful. Your daily bath or shower 16 something you always take for comfort. But do you use enough soap and do you scrub off the dead cuticle with a brush? You use your antlpersplrant every morning, but are you sure tt'a working for you? In summer, you may need a stronger one than you've been using. Better check up to make sure it's doing its Job. Your daintiness calls for frequent defuzzings by your preferred method. Don't wait until stubble Is visible through your nylons before doing this job. Your undies get laundered night ly so that you'll have a change ev ery day and, if you're going out again in the evening. Your bath powder can help keep you fresh, as it will absorb some o the perspiration In the worst spots It will help slide you Into you clothes, too. Hair odor, when you need shampoo, can be very unpleasant Never let it develop. In summer, you may need to double the number o shampoos you regularly have. Foot odor in summer may troubli you more than |t does during thi rest of the year. A good foot powder deodorizing and soothing, will keep your feet comfortable and odor-free Never toss used razor blades loose, in the rubbish. Place them in an emptied food Jar ,ad replace the cover firmly before throwing into rubbish can. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS - - - LA6T TIMES TONIGHT First Blythevllle Showing ALSO v S\***wJ*XV»\v'rwVra &•:.<* -TPW*. i T T'lif^% ^jm&mj^ ,, AKIHONT QUINtt • ttici iaii>-»«»«»»"" a CARTOONS SATURDAY ONLY Three Big Features for the Price of On« Johnny Angel With George Raft & Clair Trevor OWL SHOW •He f AST mt Kits uoootctv HVNTZHAlt I0«» XUUVU4 IOJUUOOU I AVA OAEDNE8 We Invite everyone who Is in the Drive-In for the reg' ular show to stay for the Owl Show FREE OF CHARGE SUNDAY and MONDAY First Showing in Blytheville JjOBERT RYAN-HALA POWERS-ANTHONY QUiMZAN BALL ALSO CARTOON & COMEDY The Best Family Reference Work Available is: WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA Parents: The time to answer their questions Is the time they are asked. Can you do it easily? Do you have an up-to-date, pictorial set to refer to? They soon learn to look up their own answers with WORLD BOOK. Order it now to give them confidence! Bill Pntton A. A. Adamn CALL Blythevillc Osceoli 8890 83R JMmon milk rlnn from bottlw, including nurilng bottlM, by filling with warm water and pinch ct baking >oda. After a soaking period, shake vigorously. Us« brush lor »ny remaining deposit*. To remove brown coffee or te« stains from teapots and cups, sprinkle baking soda on a damp cloth and scrub. Bead Courier News Classified Ad«, Our Personal Service Each prescription you bring us re- celves the careful, personal attention of a graduate pharmacist. You can depend on us for accurate scientific compounding of every prescription. ROTHROCK DRUGS AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Bilz & Rosj Program Aimotmceiiients, 11 «.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. LAST TIMES TONITE •TA 1*1 HO I ROBERT AUDREY THELMA WAGNER DALTON HITTER CHARLES BRACKET! Paramount News and Cartoon — Ant Pasted RITZ GUESTS Mrs. T. J. Mahan & Family Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Hart & Family Mr. & Mrs. W. R. Oennmj} & Family SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature , r ™,_ JOHNNY WEISSMULLER .. juNOit.JjM r* RAFT A UPPER! PICTURES PRESENTATION n,M«niitai.o««Miisni««t.!OKi SERIAL: Lost Planet No. 2 & CARTOON: Buccaneer Woodpecker SUNDAY & MONDAY Paramount News & Selected Shorts RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. M. R. Summons & Family Mr. & Mrs. Spencer Alexaneder & Family Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Hayes & Family Mr. & Mrs. Pruitt Harrison & Family Mr. & Mrs. Rene George & Family INSECT DAMAGE TO CROPS? We offer (o the farmers free field inspection for Thrips, Army Worms, Red Spider and other insect damage. We have six pound toxaphenc, 25 per cent DDT, BHC and DDT 9/15 liquids. Also dust. If you have insect or poison problems, feel free to call on us al any time. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phones 6856 — 6957 — 6858 Headquarters for Toxaphene, DDT and Othtr Poisons.

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