The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1953 · Page 6
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FACE FOUR ltt,YTHKVTT,T,E (AttK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUIT 8, 195S Society, New* f»t MuIMna, Society Editor i PhoM 4461 ' Bride-Elect Complimented With Shower Miss Mary Prances Wilson was complimented with a linen shower Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Dewey sheppard when her co-hos- tei«5 included her daughters, Mrs. William Knight, Mrs. Lamar Wilborn »nd Miss Bonnie sheppard. Miss Wilson, who will be married to Don Garrison of Lake Charles, Lt., late this month, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Wilson of Roseland. Canasta games provided the evening's activities, following a dessert course, which was served at the card tables. Pink and white flowers In pink »as« centered each table, with pUcecards and bouquets throu h- out the entertaining rooms. The dessert course carried out a pink and white theme. For the evening's activities. Mis Wilson dressed In a Daryle origina drew. Her full skirt of black and whit print was topped with a blouse o solid black with white button trim mnd a cummerbund. Her gift corsage of white car nations was pinned at her shoulde: Mrs. Sheppard ,the honoree mother, was also presented wit a corsage of white carnations. Th hostesses' gift to the bride-elect wa * lace tablecloth. University Club Is Entertained Among celebrations held during the holiday week end was a dance given for members of the University CIu6 r.t Hotel Noble's Mirror Room, where a fourth of July motif was used in detail. Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Tmomp- son, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bloy- moyer entertained members and a number of guests from Memphis, Osceola, Stcele and Newport. Mirrors were painted with gold eagles, fire-crackers, stars exploding fireworks. Windows hole an arrangement of flags and fire crackers In graduated sl7.cs. The buffet table, which held holiday punch, and an assortmen of party foods, was centered with a large fan shaped nrrangemen of bright red gladioli. Zinnias i bright colors were used at othe vantage points. Also used on the table was n minature tree of firecrackers with an arrangement of flags. Marriage License^ The following couple has obtalne t marriage license In the office c the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker. James P. McPall of Manila on Sillie Louise Hardin of Blythevilli Thrifty Blouse Trio THREE ONE-YARD BLOUSES By Sue Burnett Three of the prettiest blouses you will find— and so Inexpensive to make. Each requires Just one yard of colorful fabric in the smaller Pattern No. 8990 is a sew-ritc perforated pattern in sizes 12. 14, 16. 18, 20. Size 14, 1 yard of 39-inch for each style. Tor 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, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASH 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. jFamily Reunion iHeld in Home A family reunion was held Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs Maxie Riggs for the family of W. D, WooldridRC when 47 were entertained with a picnic lunch. Out-of-Town guests for the oc- cassion included Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wooldridge and family, Mr. and Mrs. Boise Wooldridge and family and Miss Dorothy McPherson, all of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ashabranner of Rector, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wooldridge and daughter, Cathy of Pakin, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Rlggs of St. Louis, with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wooldridge and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Austin, Miss Katherlne Austin and Mrs. and Mrs. P. S. Parker, all of BIylheville. Party Is Given for Mrs. Lutrell Mrs. Pay Etchieson and Mrs. EL- wood Dean were co-hostesses at the Etchieson home Friday for a party given to honor Mrs. Maurice Lutrell, who with her family is moving to Maiden, Mo. Guests Included ID member! of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, who spent the afternoon in informal entertainment. Refreshments were served by the hoses. Mrs. Lutrell was presented with a gift in china. Birthday Party Given by Scouts Members of Den Pour, Pack Pour of the Cub Scouts cnter- aiucd with a surprise birthday party for Mike Coleman Friday Homing at the home of Mrs. Oean Atkinson, den mother. They were taken to Division Street Park for Ramos and con- ests. and later In the morning;, ce cream and birthday cake was erved. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Yardman Ruttdl, Luxora. Sally Freeman, city. Hoyt Crawford, city, Will Buchanan, city. EuRene May. city. Eugene QunlK city. Mrs. Buster Puck, CnriithPrsvUle. Betty Ann Sanders, St.eele. Mrs. Ray Pufih, Cooler. Tommy Clark, city, Gory Cecil, Stcele, Mrs. R. B. Gaines, city. E. S. KruU. city. Willis Hospital Dismissed: James Robert Lee. Tomato. Warren HaUcy, city. Bobby Battles, Hcrmondale, Mrs. J. C. Dobbs. Doll. Mrs. Molly Children, city. Mrs. Melvin Ellis, Burdctte. Ronald Watkins, city. Mrs. Edna Coleuuin, city. Rainy night snack: Pop some corn nd toss with melted butter or ninr- .\rine nnd {'.ruled Pavmetian cheese. iOod to servo as a first course some- me. too, with tomato juice. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT First Blytheville Showing CARTOON And COMEDY !KlER!UtrO!(* PrCTVH TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Buck Night Dollar a Carload BACK TO TALES OF BATANN ROBIN HOOD With John Wayne Willi Robert Clarke Mrs. Lane Is Honoree at Party A layette shower was given the home of Mrs. Billy Hyde wit] Mrs. W. A. Hyde as co-hostess when Mrs. Alvin Lane was complimentei Friday. Sixteen guests were enter tained. Mrs. Lane was presented with a corsage by the hostesses. Winners in thc party games, whicJ provided the evening's entertain ment, were Mrs. Raymond Zachr; and Miss Cliffie Overman. At the conclusion of the alfair the hostess served individual cakes with Iced drinks from the dininj room table, which held an arrangement of pink rosebuds. Birthday Party Given at Home Kelso C. Brooks, Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs. Kelso Brooks. Sr., of 1138 Holly, was entertained with a party celebrating his sixth birthday Thursday afternoon. Eleven guests were entertained on the lawn where games and contests were held. Norman 'Butch" Stone was the winner. They were seated at card tables while Mrs. Brooks served Ice cream and birthday cake. CARTOON Coming Events Tuwdaj East Side Garden Club has meeting at 2:30 p.m., with Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Auxiliary of NALC has meeting at the home ot Mrs. Max Koonce, Jr., at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Garth Castlio Is hostess to the Octave Club. Miss Be^tty Holland entertains members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Trl-Town Bridge Club hns meeting with Mrs. Newtol. Whltls. "Wednesday High Two Bridge Club has meeting with Mrs. Forrest Moore. Club Bight Is to be entertained by Mrs. Otto Scrape. Friday Mrs. Hnrvey Dorris is hostess to members of Stitch and Chatter. Any leftover pie dough around? Roll and cut squares; fill the square. 1 ; with a little orange marmalade; moisten Ihe pastry edges with cold water, fold toward the center and pinch together. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TON1TE Double Fealure Metro News TUES, WED, THURS Double Feature .wHb-HUSSEV —PLUS— MCH LONDON'S TkiiJirlu Stiry Cartoon Mouse to Dinner Bits of News Wl if D / li\oMy I erAonal U son. on June 27 at Valley Baptist Hospital In Harllngen ,Tex., where they arc now making their home. Mrs. Anderson who Is thc former Miss Betty Sue Hodge, and Sgl. Anderson Have chosen the iv-ie Dennis Wayne ior their baby. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandeiur . , . , had as their guests over the boll- Lt. Bill Williams has arrived ( , ay wcck end Mr . and Mrs , Kcith home to be with bin parents Mr. Ross 0{ s i, c t(ield, Ala. and Mrs Marion Williams, after •, „ „ „ receiving his honorable discharge ! Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Besharse i ,• ,!„ rhifriw HP ™a« rnrcni ' spent thc wcck end m Maddox Bay, lv ^P Zed from' a tour of duly Ark., where they were Joined by Sr,.? ihcr brother, n. t,. Holder, and in Korea. , M| . s Holc | cr of Helena, Ark. Miss AD" Crook and Pete Halm. ! non Bcs | )lirsc formerly of Ely- both of Houston, lex., were thc th( , vlll( , sr>rat tile week end here week end KUOSIS of her mother. wjt)l ,. e |. uH , ( .s. He is now living In Mrs, J. E Crook and her brothc'r, : pjn(> B |,,, f b Barney Crook, and family. i Com jiii 0 n of Mrs. J. H. Lovelace, I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. bee had as i critical following a stroke she! their guests during the week end 411 South Franklin, Is reported i Mr, and Mrs. John Bailey and : suffered Saturday afternoon, children of Portageville and Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs. Sidney O'Kecfe Gee's sister. Mrs. Ben vinyard c ami Jim Walls of Memphis spent of Cape Giradeau, Mo. t h c holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway W. H. O'Kecfe. are in Memphis at Hotel Peabody ; Here for the holidays with their for several days. While their, Mrs. . parents were Mr. and Mrs. James j Conway is undergoing* treatment. ' Rogers of Newport, who visited ] Mrs Sue Francis is in Little ! Mr - !md Mrs ' w - c - Hlgelnson and ' Rock today for the called mcctliiK Mr - and M I;S. FA. Rogers. Board of Beauticians' Mr ' and Mrs - Earl Walker, Jr.. Face Economic Problems Squarely, Is Advice Given formerly of Blytheville, now of Pnrtngoville, are the parents of a son, their second child, who was born July 1 at Pemiscot County' Memorial Hospital in Hayti. The' baby, who has a brother, Randy I Paul, 3, has been named Steve | Allen. Mrs. Walker is the former ' Miss Frances Bass of Portageville. Mrs. Clyde B. Nicholson of Mel- of the State with Governor Cherry. Mrs. Edna Hnllls of 1325 Holly is visiting: this week in Nnw Orleans whfvc she is the yuest of her daughter. Mrs. A. B. West,Jr., and Mr. West. | Pvt. James Westbrook, who is stationed al Fort Hood, Tex., ar-; rived home to spend the week end ; with Mrs. Westbrook, formerly j Paul' d Westbrook r ' a^f DorT^ole- [ cr ' Wa!tcr Bl£hop ' aiders. Bishop, man are spendlni? several days j Mr - ancl Ml ' 5 ' Bl ' uce Hubert and In Lake Villasre, Ark., with Charles ' children will join her Wednesday. Penn , who is the guest there of i Jesse Parker and daughter, his grandmother, Mrs. J. C. j Louise, were week end guests of SImms. j Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Parker. Pvt. Wade O. Reeves, Jr., j Dr. Jack Webb is in New Orleans spent the week end with his wife, j for the month of July, where he is and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. i house surgeon in the Eye. Ear. Nose Wade O. Reeves, Sr., He Is sta-1 an d Throat Hospital, which is af- By RUTH MILLETT When a wife who believes in a "pay as you go 1 * plan Tor operating a family budget is married to a man v/Hh a "buy what you need and worry about payments later" philosophy there's almost .sure to be a problem. Here's one reported to me , in a letter: "My husband and I have elcht children. We are in debt and plenty of it. My husband has his heart set on a car. Now a Ruth Millett j car would be fine, but I don't see i how we can manage to pay for one right now. My husband wants to borrow the down payment, which is four or five hundred dollars. That j would mean lie would have to pay | on both the cai' and the loan and the bills we already owe. I see no need of making more debts when you can't take care of the ones you have. "Because I feel as T do about the situation, my husband 'says 1 am filiated with Tulane University. Miss Shirley Adalr of Port Smith spent the week end as guest of Miss Rosemary Monaghan. .ioned at Fort Hood, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ethridge and children, David and Deborah jynn, were the guests of her parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Eligha Swain, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Perry and sons, Roy and Gregory .They returned to their home in Mem)his this morning. Sgl. and Mrs. Henry C. Ander- jon formerly of Blytheville, announce the birth of their first child,' ed on one side only. LITTLE LIZ— Trie 1953 version of a person who is well off is anyone who doesn't owe any money. »NEA» trying to hold him down and he won't ever get anywhere If he listens to me. Am I wrong in leeling as I do?" You aren't wrong In wanting to pay the debts you already owe before taking on any new ones. That's Just old-lashloned integrity. Nor are you being unfair to your husband or keeping him Irom "getting anywhere." The only place he'll fc'et, If he keeps on the way he is going, is deeper and deeper in debt. The idea that a family has to have a car or a television set or whatever because "everybody" has one has driven many a family so far in debt the wage earner of the family often feela he will never get out from under. Trying to help your husband get out of debt Instead of getting further in is doing him a real favor. It's not much fun being the one who says, "We Just can't afford KILLS JOHNSON GRASS, BERMUDA GRASS, and many othtr graitM ond we«d«. Deilr«y» w««d roolt . . . prevenit regrowth. In convenient powder form; tasy to mix far us* m a ipray. E. C. ROBINSON thi« or that." but » marriage tiM to h»ve one realistic partner. It'» better when it is the wage earner who takes on that responsibility. But if he won't, the wife has to assume the unpleasant job of facing financial facts. Spoon stewed rhubarb between slices of cake, top with more rhubarb and Whipped cream for a delicious shortcake. We are proud lo announce that Jimmie Williams led our sales force for the month of June. To his many friends and new customers Jimmie says "thanks." NOBLE GILL PONTIAC INC. 5th & Walnut Phone 6817 When purchasing a rug or carpet, count the number of rows per inch on the back of the rug to know just how tight the weave actually formerly of Blytheville. an-1 is- Beware of rugs that are pattern- AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rill k Roxj Program Announcements, 11 a.nv and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue, LAST TIMES TODAY M-G-M'| HILAHtOUS E CARr DEBORAH : Tia ~ Paramount News And Selected Shorts RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. M. R. Summons & Family Mr. & Mrs. Spencer AleXancder & Family Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Hayes & Family Mr. & Mrs. Pruilt Harrison & Family Mr. & Mrs. Rene George & Family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY JAMES JANET ^K J**ms;> _ JMP^CI "^ STEWART-LEIGH ROBERT RALPH RYAN-MEEKER Til CARTOON—IMI.l, TKDDLERS & MUSICAL SHORT RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Chas C. Czeschin & Family Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Dillahunly & Family Mr. & Mrs. L. A. Dougherty & Family Mr. & Mrs. Perry Darby OWN YOUR HOME! Some Builders Build Just Houses, But We Have Built You a Home! THREE beautiful Brie;, homes lo choose from. Huill of the «ry best materials throughout. Laruc Lifetime Geneva kitchen*. Forced Air Central heatinB systems. Partially Air Conditioned. Tiled Baths, e(|"iPI>cd with American Stand»rd colored fixtures. Insulated walls and ceilinRS. These houses have 2 bedrnoms and den or can he used conveniently as 3 bedrooms. Car ports or aUarhed jfaraRe. I.arce landscaped lots on paved streets. Located at 504 Hardin Street, 1104 A IIOS North Fifth Street in Country Cluh Area Addition, Opc-n for Inspection Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. Week days bj appointment. See or Call Johnny Marr or Russell Marr Realtors and Builders Phone 4111 R c $. Phone 2596 AT HEUER'S - ONE-CENT SALE On Men's, Women's and Children's Leather and Nylon Style Summer Shoes DRESS AND WEDGES SALE STARTS TUESDAY JULY 6 Buy one pair at our regular price and get another pair of equal or lesser value for ENTIRE STOCK NOT INCLUDED IN SALE So hurry in to Heuer'i and take advantage of this sensational sale. ONE STOP SHOE SERVICE REPAIRING - CLKAN1MG - DVKING •121 W. Main l >holle 3S ' 19

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