The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1953 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 11, 1953
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FAfE TWO 4 ocieuf, L Xncietv Editor 9 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1958 p»t MuiMu*. Society Editor Phont 4461 t TO BECOME AUGUST BRIDE — Miss Ida Vivian Taylor is tna bride-elect of Paul David Poster, son of Mrs. Paul David Poster and the late Mr. Poster, It is announced today by Miss Taylor's parents Mr. and Mrs. Adam Harman Taylor. Plans for their August wedding: are to be announced at a later date. Miss Ida Vivian Taylor's Engagemen To Paul David Foster Is Made Known Mr. ad Mrs. Adam Harman Taylor announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Idn Vivian Taylor to Paul David Foster, son of Mrs. Paul David Poster and the late Mr. Foster. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Judge and Mrs. William McHaney Taylor, and Mrs. George Wayne Dillahunty and the late Mr. Dillahunty, all of Blythe- Vllle. Mr. Foster is the grandson of the late Senator and Mrs. John Taylor Foster of Lincoln, III., ami the late Mr. and Mrs. David Wesley Evcrs of Belzoni, Mies. Miss Taylor Was graduated from Blythevllle High School, Where, she served as editor of the annual, president of the Garden Club, vice preildent of the Beta Club ami was » member of the National Honor Society and the Choir. She attended Sophie Newcomb College, New Orleans, whore she Was pledged to Ohl Ome?a sncial aorority, was a member of the Year Book staff, the Art. Club, a capel! choir and the Tulane-Newcom choir. She also attended South western where she served on t Dormilory Governing Board o Voorhies. Miss Taylor was first alternate ii the 1951 "Miss Blythevllle" contes and a finalist in the National Soy bean Queen contest that year. Mr. Foster was graduated fror: Blytheville High School before re cpiving hifi degree from MLssissip pi State College. Stnrkvllle. Pros] dent of Sigma Clil social fraternit I here, he also served as vice presl dent of the Inter-fraternity Colin ell. Receiving an ROTO commlssid as second llcutenalit in the Arm upon graduation, he served in th Infantry. Recently returned fron active duty In Korea, lie is in busl ness in Blythevillc as a member the firm of Paul D. Foster Oompa ny. The wedding is to be an event o August. Vend red! Club Is Entertained Mrs. Hank Dodd w»s hostess fit the home of her parents, Mr awl Mrs. • W. O. Reeves, last evening for members of the Vcndredi Bridge Club. Mrs. Robert Metcalf wn.s a pnest for the evening, which was spent In playing bridge. Winners of the games were Mrs. Clyde Fatten, first place, Mrs. Metcalf, second, and Mrs. Sanforcl Tomlinson, bridgo. Verbinas were used in decoration of the living room, where guests were entertained and' served a dessert course at the conclusion of the game, At the Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Dismissed: Louis Lovelady. City Former Resident Has Party Here Juhn Anim Dill, daughter of Mi and Mrs. Wayne Dill, who recen',1; moved to Memphis, came home t BlyUievilie (o celebrate her fourtl birthdny yn.stcrdny. Twelve of her friends were invitee to the waciiiiR pool at Walker Park find later in the afternoon were served ice cream and birthdny cake They were given Mexican hate a; favors. Mrs. Dill wns assisted in enter tnining by Mrs. Pearl amb. the honoree's aunt. Mary Ellen Ncnl, Holland Mrs. La Vada Hall. City Mary Lorron, Luxora Charles Wayne Jones, City Mrs. Woodrow Wren, City Dismissed: Mrs. James Moore, City WORSHIP OF GOD GIVES DIRECTION TO OUR DAILY LIVING A HEARTY WELCOME TO YOU ALWAYS 9:40 A.M. — Sunday School 10:55 A.M. — Morning Worship (Broadcast on KLCN) Sermon: "Walking Our Talk" 7:00 P.M. — Baptist Training Union 8:00 P.M. _ Evening Worship, Sermon: "The Fullness Of Grace And Truth." Bring The Entire Family To All The Services of The Church First Baptist Church Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor 8th & Walnut Blythevillc, Ark Tea at 50 Club Given to Honor Osceola Bride OSCEOLA—First In a series of parties honoring Mrs. Snow Wil.son III, a recent bride, was a tea given at the 50 Club yesterday afternoon Bits of News lu r erional E. A. "Rice, Jr., has returned t< Tulsa, Okla., after spending five days with his parents, Mr. and Mvs. E. A. Rice, Sr. Mrs. Wayne Dill and daughter, John Anna, of Memphis are here as guests of her father, John Foster and sister, Mrs. Ira Walters and family for several days. Mrs. Bill Davis and daughters will return to their home in Chica- jo after visiting three weeks with when Mrs. Bob Olllesple and Mrs. I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John William Bard EdrinKton invited 250 Ruests from Osceoln and svirround- inj? towns to moot the bride. Mrs. B. Prank Williams and Mrs. Jettie Driver greeted the guests. In the receiving line with the honoree and the two hostess was the bride's mother, Mrs. J. K. Polk of Reiser. Mrs. Wil.son chose a white embossed organdy dress worn over aqua taffeta. The molded bodice featured a strapless top trimmed Wright. Mrs. Paula Rose Prior of Memphis is spending several days here as guest of her aunt, Mrs. Kelso Brooks, Mr. Brooks, and children, Martha Jo and Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eubanks announce the birth of their first child Thursday nt Walls Hospital. She has been named Kathylee. Mrs. Eubanks was before her marriage, Miss Sue Long. They're So Practical 8141 2-10 in. wtth.tuUp petals to maUh the pet:!coat. Mrs. Olllespie was attired in a flowered cotton afternoon dress. The full skirt was studded with rhlnestones. Mrs. Edrlngton wore a navy blue iturched organza featuring a square neckline and low cut back., frock in summer-tan starched tissue chamhray. The full skirt featured graduated NoTma'n'clinic." Sne"h~a"s"been nam- Dr. and Mrs. Ollle Parker and children left today to spend two weeks vacationing at Buffalo River and Eureka Springs, and touring the Ozurks. Mrs. Helen Toelstead and grandson, David Rundel, of Chicago, have returned to their home after visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Rice. of daughter, their first child, was born yesterday at the . rows of tucks. They each worn or- I e d Lora Lee. Mrs. Cheadle is the chid corsages. j former Miss Peggy Fleeman, A.ssisling in the dining room, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. were Mrs. Roy Cox, Mrs. Searcy Mears and Mrs. Melvin Speck. Fleemnn of Manila. Guests yesterday in the home of Picnics in the country are fun but noi if ultra-violet rays destroy your skin beauty. This jrirl makes E*::*? that her upper arms won't redden by applying a cream v."'";h sives tola! protecl'jn. Soothing Cream is Recommended For Tender Skin while Sunning By ALICA HART NEA Beauty Editor Some 23,000,000 persons in this country are so susceptible to the ing rays. You choose the one which gives a percentage of protection in accordance with your skin. Thin-skinned die-hards who'll burning rays of the sun that they j never be able to endure ultraviolet can't endure even the shortest of rays aren't the only ones who may A bridal motif was carried out'. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Killian were throughout the club rooms. White j Mrs, Max Schrader of Dallas, Tex., baskets filled with white carnations 1 and Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Townsend and lacy stock were placed at intervals. The refreshment table, presided over by Mrs. Johnny Earl Speck and Miss Nancy Grain was centered with an arrangement carrying out the bridal theme of white carnations and stock with angel wings of maline interspersed through the flowers. Guests gathered from three to six. A number of parties arc being planned for Mrs. Wilson. of Manila. Mrs. Ott Mullins and daughter, Pat. are spending this week end in Memphis and Crawfordsvllle as exposures without painful results. They need an ultraviolet-ray screening preparation. Fortunately one is available. The makers claim that it will provide total blockage of these rays. Every sun preparation, with the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Joiner, j exception of certain oils for na- Tticy will be accompanied home by | Wai lannevs, provides some de- Jan Mullins, who has spent ten! B ree of protection from the burn. Coming Events Sunday Mississippi County Singing Convention has 2 p.m. meeting at the Pull Gospel Tabernacle at Lily and, thc clnss Vine Streets. The Harmonalre^ of! rhe Ro1 '- ancl Mrs - Genc ShulU Hickman, Ky-, will entertain during llave relumed from Chicago after days there as guests of the Joiner's daughter. Myra Jo. Bob Lee Smith, and sons, Mark, Phil L nnd Joe. Robert Grady and Ott Mullins left today to spend the week end in St. Louis for the baseball games. Mrs. Fred Wahl was in Jonesboro yesterday to speak to the juvenile litcrntnre clnss. on Lois Lenski Day ancl Miss Lnnski's book, "Cotton In My Sack." which was written about the cotton territory in this area- Miss Carrie Maltory is instructor of the afternoon. Monday Women's Society of Christian Service of. Lake Street Methodist, Church conducts meeting at 218 last Davis at the home of Mrs. V. E. Gregory with Mrs. Amy dordon TS co-hostess. Circle Six of Women of the Flret Presbyterian Church has meeting with Mrs. E. B. Thomas at fc p.m. Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church has business and Royal Service program at the church at 2:30 p.m. Katie Hntlori Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church nas mecHn" at 7:15 at the church. All Circles oL Calvary Baptist Kitchen areas that get the most fingermarks, such as doorknobs, light switches, and cabinet and appliance handles, show wear soon. Instead of washing with finish-removing substances, you might try cleaning them with a kitchen wax containing cleansing agents. This treatment will leave a protective finish on these surfaces. hurch meet at the church i.m. Tuesday at 2; Country Club Duplicate Bildco School. spending the week with relatives and friends. Miss Gwendolyn Rhoads of Memphis has arrived home to spend the week end with her parents, Mi*, and Mrs. W- E Rhoadfi. Miss Evelyn Tomlinson Is spendiiaa a two-week vncnUon with her sister, j Mrs. Jack Saliba. Jr., and Mr. Snliba ! in San Di^gp, Calif. Mrs, Suliba Is ' the former Miss Betlye Nell Tom- : lin.snn. i MIPS Mnxinc Hill and Mi?s Ros- anii Cleveland were to leave this afternoon for Biloxl, Miss., where •; they will .spend n week's vacation at Hotel Biloxl. League has meeting nt the Country Club. Knights of Columbus installation of officers to be held at CaUiollc You can help prevent clogged drains by regularly allowing lots of scalding water to run down them. Glenn your dust mop by covering it with a large pnper bag held In place securely, and then shake dust into the bag. may benefit from this total-blockage preparation. Anyone who has shoulders inclined to burn on the top, the end of a nose inclined to get red and peel, or any super-sensitive part, may well use this product. Children, whose daily dosage of sun is difficult to control, may benefit by '8552 2-8 yn. By Sue Burnett Play togs for the sandpile set that take a lot of wear and tear. Sister can wear the long and short overalls, too. Two Patterns. Pattern No.8141 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, S, 10 years. Size 3. dress, 1% yards of 39-inch; panties, % yard; short overalls, 1 yard; long overalls, !•% yards. Pattern No, 8552 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 2, 3, 4, 5. j 6, 8 years. Size 3, dress, l',4 yards of 39-inch; pantie, % yard; overalls, 1% yards; short overalls, 1 yard. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address., sizes desired, and 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 complets spring sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pattern printed inside the book. 25 cents. Ink stains can be removed from wood furniture that has a coat of wax protecting it. But you must attack the damage immediately. Use a blotter to get up most of it. Then take a damp cloth and pat the area, turning the cloth frequently to un. soiled portions. re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature Mony o man who thought he was making a fresh start hgs got his face stopped. «NU* Announcement Our offices will be closed from July 12 to July 26, inclusive. 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