The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAT, JULY IS, 1981 Societu, UulMnt Society Editor f Put MuiMnt, Society Editor Phou« 4461 MARRIED— Mrs. J. C. Drokb, Jr., was before her marriage, Miss Barbara Sue Pratt of Light, Ark., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Trumann Pratt, also of Light. Mr. and Mrs. Broke will make their home in Jonesboro where they attend Arkansas State College. Droke-Pratt Wedding Is Announced In a ceremony performed April 25 »t the First Baptist Church in Marlon, Ark., Miss Barbara Sue Pratt of Light. Ark., daughter of Mr. and Mr». Trumann Pratt, also of Light, became the bride of J. C. Droke. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Droke of Blytheville. The Kev. William Griffin, pastor of the church, officiated at the 5 pjn. exchange of vows. The bride was a member of the 1950 graduating class of Greene County Tech High School at Paragould, and was valedictorian of her class. The groom was graduated In 1951 from Blytheville High School, where he served as senior class president and was a three year football letterman. Both the bride and groom attended Arkansas State College, Jones- horo. where Mrs. Droke wlU receive her degree in January, and where Mr. Droke will enroll as a second semester Junior at the opening of the fall semester. The couple will be at home in Jonesboro Sept. 1, when Mrs. Droke wiss assume a teaching position with the Net.tleton Public Schools and Mr. Droke will begin football training with the State College Indians. The bride was treasurer o! Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, society editor of the Herald, school newspaper, and served as Panhcllenic Council Representative. Mr. Droke will be initiated into Pi Kappa Alpha Ira- ternity in September- He was president of his fraternity pledge class. etterman on the Indian football team and a member of the "A" Jlub. Bits of News Bride-Elect Is Honored At Luncheon Miss Charlene Ruth Blankcn- ship, bride-elect of Ellwyn Cald' •well was honored at a Itmcheor Saturday at the J. T. Wcstbrook home here. Hostesses for the oooasslon were Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. Willie Dobson, Mrs. Robert Westbrook and Miss Nora Simpson. The sixteen guests were seatec at one banquet table, which wa: decorated with an arrangement ol Bhasta daisies In pink and white Scheme, which was carried out throughout the entertaining rooms Miss Blankenship wore for the occassion a navy linen dress with light blue trim. She was given a corsage of pink glamellias. Mrs. U. 8. Blankenship, mother cf the bride-elect, and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, mother of Mr. Caldwell were guests at the luncheon, and were given corsages of carnations. Following luncheon, the honorec received a shower of miscellaneous gifts. Out-of-town guests were from Marked Tree and Tunica, Miss. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Variety Club Is Entertained Members and guests of the Variety Club were entertained with a monthly supper-dance Saturday night at the Jaycec Club with 34 members, and 11 guests iittcndi Hosts and hostesses for the o caslon were Mr. and Mrs. Gcr Lanhatn and Mr. and Mrs. B Hodge. The tables were decorated with profusion of summer flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Swcnren gen, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Bo Garrett were voted into the ell as new members. Guests included Mr. nnd Mrs. / B. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pi terson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert rhompson and Miss Eleanor Hofl man of Cincinnati. Miss Eleanor Hoffman of Cincinnati, O., returned yesterday morn- Ing to her home alter spending two weeks with, her sister, Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mr. Hodge. Mr. and Mrs- Frank: Schilling and children, Bill, Dob, Judith and .Kenneth of St. Petersburg, FJa. were the week, end guests ol Mrs. E. J. Hoaton. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stiles had as their guests for the week end Mr. and Mrs. WiIMtim Farris and Miss Peggy Stiles of Murray, Ky., and Tommy Goodman of Roswell, N. M. Mrs. J. H. Lovelace is critically ill at her home and Is not allowed to have visitors- Mrs. H. N. Swearengen, Sr., accompanied by Miss Doris Bean and Miss Eloise Richardson, was in Con way yesterday. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Todd Gray, a nd were accompanied home by Miss Emadcl Swearengen ,who ha spent a week witli the Grays. Arriving home Saturday from a week's church camp at Ferncliff, Ark-, were Carol Blakemore, Mary Jo Oden and Martha ann White. S-Sgt. L. M. Moody, Jr., has ar- :ived home from Camp Pendellon Calif., where he is stationed, to spend a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Moody Sr.. at Dell. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fredrickson of Grand Island, 'Nebr., arrived Friday for a two-week visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fredrickson and daughter, Jan. They returned to Blytheville with Mr. md Mrs. A. A. Frcdrickson, who >pent two weeks in Grand Island. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Oeurln, Jr., and children of Roswell, N. M the guests of Mrs. Geurin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wright. Judy Brooks and J. Mell Brooks, III, have returned to Memphis after spending two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks. Concrete garage floors that ar unsightly with deposits of greas and road tars can be cleaned u with washing or sal soda Sen; vith washing or sal soda. Scru with a solution of one-hnlf cupfu of the soda for every two gallons o 101 water. Synthetic fibers require a leat setting when pressing monts made with them. 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 ALSO CARTOON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DOLLAR A CARLOAD BUCK NIGHT Double Feature _ WIU. ... WMNK ROGERS^ _.WYMAN ALSO CARTOON Duplicate League Conducts Meeting An eight-table Mitchell movement wns played by members of tlie Duplicate Bridge League Saturday attcrnoon, when they met at Hotel Noble. North and south winners were Mrs. Prank Grigsby and Mrs. Jim Roleson, first place; and Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, second place. East and west winners Included Mrs. Georgia Bailey and Mrs. Eleanor Gerald, first place; and Mrs. C. C. Councllle and Mrs. O. W. Coppedtfe, second place. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission l<ic & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature SUN & MON Double Feature DAMON RUNYOM'S TECHNICOLOR }(•, Mlfrl GAYNOR-SCOTT BRADY —PLUS- METRO NEWS TUBS, WED, & THURS Double Feature I ADD MAYO IimMistress ••i i •i."-o>i*-TECHNICOlOR-ffi' """"HENRrBLANKE^"''''"'i«»o"«Vei;i'ui —PLllS— TAXI MISTER Wilh William Bendix ARTOON: Dumb Hounded BETROTHED *— Miss Dorothy Sue Stanfield is to become tlife brido of Airman First Class Donald Webb Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Peterson, it is an- nounc today by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Otho Stanfield. They will be married later in the .summer. Sue Stanfield, Don Peterson To Be Married Mr nn.tl Mrs. George Otho Stnn- ficlrt announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Dorothy Sue Stanfield, to Airman First Class Donald Webb Peterson, soh of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Peterson. Plans are being made for a sum- mer Wedding. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Blylheville High School, where she was a member of the Glee Club, the Band, Masque and Gavel Club, and the Garden Club. Airman Peterson, also a graduate ol Blytheville High School, was a member of the Beta Club, the Red Razzoo Club, and served as president of his senior class. He is serving with the Air Fore and is stationed at March Fiek Riverside, Calif., but is now on tem porary duty at Scott Field, Bellvill III. Coming Events Monday Circle Six of Women of the First Presbyterian Church has meeting with Mrs. E. B. Thomas at b p.m. Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church has meeting at 7:15 at the church. Tuesday Country club Duplicate Bridge League' has meeting at. the Country Club. Knights of Columbus Installation of officers to be held at Catholic School. Love Group of the First Christian Church has 8 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Freeman Robinson. Mrs. B. F. Brogdon Is co-hostess, Mrs. J. C. Lowe is program leader, and Mrs. Eric Whitley is worship leader. Wednesday Beginners Duplicate League has 1:30 p.m. meeting in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Jesse M. White. ' Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed; Clara Carr, city, G. V, Daws, city. Jackie Goodman, Armorel. Jo Ann Rayder, Tyler. Tom. Brown, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mary McGruder, city. Mrs, Ida Mae Wallace, Luxora. Mrs. Ellen Burgen, Manila, Mrs. Tom Perry, Keiser. Mrs. Jesse Eubanks and baby city. Mrs. Raymond Long and baby city. C. and N. Birthday Club has 7:3' p.m. meeting at Dogwood Club with Mrs. Jim Lutes as hostess. Friday Ladies Bible Class .of the First Methodist Churcn lias 3 p.m. meeting at the church. Hostesses tire Mrs M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. H. G. Haley and Mrs- Lois Moreland. Mrs. Billy Joe Gean Is hostess to members of the Vendredi Bridge ub at the Razorbnck Drive-In, Woods Drug Store Is Headquarters for ano LANOLIN PLUS LIQUID 2-Oz.$1.00 4-Oz.Sl.7J 8-oz. $3.00 LANOLIN PLUS FOR THE HAIR 4-oi. $1.00 8-oz. $175 LAHOUN PLUS LIQUID ClEANiER 4-or. $1.00 LANOLIN PIUS CLEANSING CREAM FOR DRY SKIN 3'/2-oi. $1.00 16-oz. $3.00 6-ot. $1.00 li-oi. $2.25 LANOLIN PLUS HAND LOTION 4-01. $1.00 12-oz. $2.25 UNCH1N PLUS ALL OVER BODY LOTION FOR DRY SKIN 12-oz. $1.50 LANOLIN PLUS SUNTAN LOTION 4-ai. $1.00 Woods Drug Store Psychoses May Be Just Sore Feet By AP Newjfwturt WrIUr The medical profession and the psychiatrists get along nicely without much advice from laymen, but It seems to ine that they both have a tendency to overlook the root of a great deal of feminine distress: feet. It has occurred to me often, In fact, that one reason many women leap eagerly at the opportunity (o have their souls searched and their subconscious minds plowed up is the joyous prospect of kicking off their shoes and stretching: out In luxury for an hour on that well- known expensive couch. Every now and then some thinker Rets to thinking about progress and finally concludes that, with the horseless carriage, the taxi-cab, the plane and the kiddle car, feet are becoming obsolete. Some scientists have predicted that it's only a matter of time until .through disuse, human feet disappear entirely. Speaking personally—but I'll bet on behalf of most adult females of the country—that day can't come soon enough to please me- I know lots of men who never Ihink about, feet—their own or anyone else's. But I don't know a single woman who doesn't grab every pos- riM* (tout to itlp out of htr ihot* ma for a t«w klMwd minutM. P«r- h»p« tht ptnmitl popularity o! the pump with woman it that It can be taken oft vnobstruilvtly In a theatre, under a reitaurant table, riding a train, or anyplace. To get a rough Idea of the numbers of female cltizeni who aren't exactly easy on their feet, look around any department store counter, any commuter platform or cashier's line in a supermarket. Mosti waiting women take a stance some- I thing like that of a wading bird- standing on one foot at a time while resting the other. Men just stand firmly, feet planted on the ground'- women In shoes with high heels rarely do. I'll wager, u one who suffers twelve months a year from a chronic complaint I propose to call "beat feet," that more families break up per year because Mama Is Irritable and uncomfortable In her spikes than from . all the psychosomatic problems piled together. I suspect that shoes are the root of everything from nagrinj backache to common, garden nagging. But don't for a moment biame this on the shoe manufacturers. Most of us silly women would rather teeter, hobble, suffer and feel generally wretched wearing three- inch heels and showing off something known as "a trim pair of ankles," than be comfortable, well- grounded and carefree in those sturdy leather Jobs referred to as Prisoners Get Supplies Now HANOI. Indochina (/O—The Com- munlst-led Vletmlnh consistently fall to answer plens of the International Bed Cross to perirlt the delivery of foodstuffs and medicines to captives held by the Vletmlnh — but they're being delivered anyway. French planes, flying over prisoner of war camps In Vietminh- held territory, have just dropped another eight tons of badly needed supplies Most medicines and foodstuffs were parachuted in North Viet Nam. around Yen Bay, Tuyen- uang and Quang-Yen, and in the Thanh-Hoa area. 90 miles south of Hanoi. French Union soldiers and officers held prisoners by the Vietminh long have been short of foods and medicines. The Vietmin hare estimated to hold about 4,0000 men from Prance and the French Union, and may have upwards of 2(1,000 Vietnamese captives. "sensible" shoes. I also believe that we women would fight to (he last ditch to preserve our feet if for no other reason thai we could continue to wear our high heels. Trim ankles aside, what on earth would we use to hammer tacks and nails, if we didn't have high heels? *\Ve may suffer from our shots, but they are also our all-in-one tool kit AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLC.N at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Klti 4 ROIJ Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starrue. LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News and Cartoon: Forward March Hara RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Robert McHaney Mr. & Mrs. Earl Damon Mr. & Mrs. Bob Logan & Family Mr. & Mrs. Udell Newsom & Family Tuesday • Wednesday • Thursday • Friday ^^f! ^^Jl PARIS WAS J*A GAY, YOUNG GIRL f Jr LAND JITHE WHOLE WORLD WAS HER LOVER! ...the most startling and .... „,. daring love story ever toldl '(jj. with '"' - Released thru UNITED ARTISTS JOHN HOSTOII FriM the novel "MOULIN DOUCE" by PIERRE U MURE Screenplay by Anthony Veiller »nd John Huston RITZ GUESTS Mr. & &Mrs. Cris V. Tnmpkins, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Roscoe Crafton & Family Mr. & Mrs. Toby Lonjj & Family Mr. & Mrs. M. E. Cook & Family

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