The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 14, 1953
Page 4
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FACE FOUR BT.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULT 14, 1901 oae P»t MulBnB, Society Editor 9 ety, Phou. 4461 Miss Ann Crook Is Engaged to H. P. Hann, Jr. Announcement is made today of the engagement of Mist Elizabeth Ann Crook to Horace Peter Hann, Jr., son of H. P. Hann o! Lake Placid, Fla., and the late Mr. Hann, by the bride-elect's mother, Mrs- James Crooks. The daughter of the late J. E. Crook. Miss Crook is a graduate of BIytheville High School, where she was a member of the Band and was chosen as football queen. She later was graduated from Texas State College for Women, Denton, where she served as president of her sophomore and senior classes. While* there, she was named to Who's Whi in American Colleges and Universi ties. Mr. Hann Is a graduate of the University of Florida where he was a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He served as second lieutenant in the Air Force In World War II and was a navigator. He is now associated with Green-Peterspn Chevrolet Company in Houston. . An August wedding is being planned. Dr. Hampson Has Birthday Party OSCEOLA — Dr. J. K. Hamp son of Nodena was complimented ty Mrs. Hampson and their daughter, Mrs. Dixie Howard, on his 76th birthday at their country home Thursday. A number of Memphians drove lip for the occassion and joined friends from Osceola and Wilson to help Dr. Hampson celebrate. The Memphians were Dr. and, Mrs. Bynum, who are supporters of the Tennessee Archeology Society; Hunt Phelan, who has developed a blue rose and 'brought colored pictures of the development In that color class; Miss Bessie and Miss Margaret Searcy, Miss Bessie Searcy, who served us the White'House artist In Washington, D. C.; Kenneth L. Boudln, poet and president of the Nodena Foundation; and Mrs, L. B. Rosebrough, who Is affiliated with the Garden Clubs of America. A yellow and gold color scheme was carried out. The buffet table was overlaid by a sunshine yellow cut work table cloth, and was centered with a mask filled with •Engaged Couple Honored With Dinner Party ''" Continuing prc-nuptial events for Miss Charlene Ruth Blankenship and Elwyn Caldwell, whose marriage will be solomized In Augusta, was a dinner given last evening. Mrs. J. M. Stevens, Sr., was the hostess for the occassion, and was assisted In receiving guests by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stevens, Jr. Sixteen members of the couple's lamilles and the Rev. and Mrs E. H. Hall were guests at the party. Miss .Blankenship wore for the occassion. a black and white cotton sundress with black accessories. Mrs. U. S. Blankenship. mother of the bride-elect chose a blue nylon seersucker frock for the occassion, and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, mother of the bridegroom-elect chose a black and red sundress. Guests were seated at, the dining room table, which was overlaid with a white linen cutwork cloth and centered with a low arrangement of yellow lilies. Bouquets of summer blossoms adorned points of interest about the entertaining rooms. During the Informally spent evening, the hostess presented the youns couple with a gift of china WILL EXCHANGE MARRIAGE VOWS IN AUGUST — Miss Elizabeth Ann Crook Is betrothed to Horace Peter Hann, Jr., son of H. P. Hann of Lake Placid. Fla., and the late Mrs. Hann, it is being made known today by the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. James Ezekial Crook. She is the daughter of the late J. E. Crook. Bride Honored OSCEOLA — Mrs. Jack Uzzelle and daughter, Miss Nancy Uzzelle, entertained Saturday with a luncheon honoring Mrs. Snow Wilson, m, at the 50 club. Places were set for twelve, am the honoree's place was market by a white corsage. Mrs. Wilson frock of navy blue anc queen's lilies. lace and small garden Decorating the center of the buffet was a four-tiered birthday cake was decorated in pink sugar cake was decorated in pink surag- ed roses and was a gift of Mr. Boudin. Following the birthday dinner, Dr. Hampson opened his gifts. Twenty-five attended the birthday party. Two Circles Meet For Programs Circles One and Two of the Trln- ofity Baptist Church met at the homes of Mrs. E. C. Thompson and Mrs. E. G. Lovell yesterday for business and program meetings. Mrs. Thompson was hostess to eight members of Circle One with Mrs. Joyce Crocker serving as program chairman and Mrs. Arah Speck in charge of the business. Openlr- and dismissal prayers were by .Mrs. R. W. Wooten and Mrs. Herman Adair. Mrs. Lovell entertained five members of Circle One and a g'-;st, Mrs. Ina St. John. Mrs. C. E. Parks offered the opening rrayer and Mrs. John Nelson presided Jn the business session. Mrs. David McPeake taught the Bible white cotton with a matching stole Special guests for the luncheon were the mothers of Mr. and Mrs Wilson. The dining table was centerec with an arrangement of white carnations and sweetpeas. The hostesses presented Mrs. Wilson with a jeweled cigarette case. Saturday night Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Polk entertained members of the young couple's families at a dinner party at their home In Keiser. Mixed summer flowers and candle light were used to provide the decorations for the event. Following dinner, the evening was spent Informally. Program-Business Meeting Held Royal Service program and business session were conducted yesterday at the First Baptist Church, when members of the Women's Missionary Union met during the afternoon. Mr. E. 0. Brown gave the invocation, after which Mrs. E. L. Hale presided in the absence of Mrs. Kendall Berry, president. "Lifting the Leper," was the program conducted by Mrs. James Fisher, who also gave the devotional. Assisting Mrs- Fisher were Mrs. Lawrence Prlmm, Mrs. Lloyd stick- mon, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Sr., Mrs. Charles R. Newcomb, and Mrs. Clarence Johnson. Mrs. Harold A. Davis eeng a solo following the program, and Mrs. James Fisher offered the benediction. Coming Events Tuesday 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. Jessi M. White. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. C. and N. Birthday Club has 7:30 p.m. meeting at Dogwood Club with Mrs. Jim Lutes as hostess/ Friday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has 3 pjn. meeting at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. H. G. Haley, and Mrs- Lois Moreland. Mrs. Billy Joe Gean is hostess to members of the Vendredl Bridge Club at the Razorback Drive-in. Drs. Carl and Edna Nles left last night for Shelbyvllle, Mo., to attend the funeral of Harry Kimbly. Mr. Kimbly was a brother-in-law of Dr. Edna Nles. They plan to return the last of the week. Miss Betty Stiles and Mrs. Rubye Brown have returned from Detroit, Mich., after spending a week with Mrs. Brown's daughter, Mrs. R. L. Kosmalski and Mr. Kosmalskl. Mrs. R. G. McGraw and children spent the week end in Port McClellan, Ala., where they visited Captain McGraw. They were accompanied by Mrs. McGraw's mother, Mrs. R. B. Baldwin of Jasper, Tex., who is spending the summer months here. Billy Hatch has been taken to the BIytheville Hospital for minor surgery. Mrs. James Bell and son Bill of Stuttgart are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson. They are enroute home, after spending two weeks vacationing in Newport News, Va. Mr. and Mrs. E, D. Ferguson returned from several days in the Smith ii the former lBn XnMl Shelton of Blythevillt. Mr. and Mn. Cteni Johruon and son, Michael art here from Ol\i- c»go to be with his mother, Mrs Mary H. Johnson and Mrs. Mattie Hopkins. Mrs. H. K. Smith of Wheatley, Ark., IB here to be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. L. Horner and Mr. Horner. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kenslow of Tulsa, Okla., left today to return home after spending several days with Mrs. Kenslow's brother, W. T. Barnett and family. Another guest in the Barnett home for several days has been .Mrs. Barnett's sister, Mrs. Tom McGarrlty of Memphis. Dr. J. P. Brownson Is spending several days in Memphis where is attending a post graduate course at University of Tennessee. Mrs. J. H. Lovelace, who recently suffered a stroke is reported slightly improved. She is allowed to have visitors. Petty Officer third class, Charles Pritchard has returned today to Patuxent River, Md., after spending a 21-day leave here as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Acie Pritchard. Misses Dixis and Bobbye Kll- lian entered Arkansas State College summer session today. Elwyn Caldwell arrived home Saturday from Annapolis, Md., where he received his medical dis- Smoky Mountains. .They were ac-1 charge from the Naval Academy. Shower Is Given For Mrs. Cresap DELL — Mrs. Henry Gosa was hostess Rt her home last week for a crystal shower complimenting Mrs- Bobby Cre-ap ,the former Miss Tommle Robertson. Ten guests attended the party, when the evening was spent, in party games. Miss Sara Harrison and Mrs. Kenneth Poff were awarded prizes in the contests. For the occasion Mrs. Cresap chose a beige two piece dress with brown and white accessories She was given a corsage of white carnations- A pink and white color scneme was chosen by the hostess In deco- When you're lifting heavy pieces rating her entertaining rooms. A of furniture, always bend your knee? dessert course was served at the I a little. When you straighten them, Girl's Auxiliary Conducts Meetings Members of the Intermediate Girl's Auxiliary of Calvary aBptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Mable lAinsford yesterday afternoon for a program conducted by Joyce Dunavnn. Those taking parts on the "Lift- ,ng the Lepev" program were Janet Boyd, Betty Watson, Dixie Tapp and Mabeiynn Lunsford, who taught a mission study, "So Far Away." At the Hospitals BIytheville Hospital Dismissed: Sammy Goodman, Armorel Paul Lloyd, City Mrs. Ollie McClurg, City Steve Wright, Caruthersville Larry Wright, Caruthersvills Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Phillips, City Mrs. J. D. Smith, City Sara Mosley, City Evelyn Barnes, City Mrs. S. P. Martin, City Mrs. ateel Perry, Huffman To remove a stain of ice cream, cream or milk from your rug: place a pan under the rug at the Mte of stain; allow hot water to soak into stain; sponge with soapsuds; rinse; finish with carbon tetrachloride. companied to Knoxville by their granddaughter, Eleanor Tucker Smart, of Richmond, Va., where they met her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Smart who vacationed with them. Condon Bush also accompanied the group and visited his relatives in East Tennessee. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich has returned from several days visit with her daughter. Mrs. John Thomas and family at Knoxville, Tenn. Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Vise returned last night from Nashville, Tenn., where they spent four weeks with their children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vise and their infant granddaughter, Judith Carol. While in Nashville, the rabbi conducted two Sabbath services at the Nashville Temple and at one service, he blessed and named his grandchild in the Jewish traditional way Mrs. Jim Stockley of Marion arrived today for a brief visit with her mother. Mrs. S. S. Patterson. Hamilton Taibott will leave tomorrow for his horns in Bethesda Md., after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason and Mrs. Emma Nolen. Mrs. Taibott, who accompanied him here last week, will remain for a longer visit with her mother, Mrs. Nolen. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe and daughter, Peggy Ann Taylor, and Judy McCall, have returned from a vacation spent in points of interest in Northwestern Arkansas and Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway, who have been in Memphis for the past two weeks where Mrs. Conway is undergoing medical treatment, returned home last night for a brief visit before returning to Memphds tomorrow. They were motored home by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth, who spent yesterday in Memphis. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fitzhugh .eft this morning for Camp Mitchell on Petit Jean Mounaain, where ihey will serve as directors of the Junior Girls' Camp of the Episcopal Church to be held there for the next ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A,. Haines are spending several days vacationing on Kentucky Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Edward Westbrook are the parents of a son born last Thursday, night at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. He is their first child and has been nam- Naval Furniture Has That Touch NEW YORK WhrCocktail cabinets made from 200-yeai .old rum- barrels, lamps from antique navigation lights, garden chairs made from the .keels of old British men- o'-war, and coffee tables that were once the steering wheels of three- master sailing vessels are among a tory" to be shown at this spring's ed Thomas Edward Westbrook, Jr. Mrs. Westbrook is the former Miss Eunice Smothers. Among those in Memphis, Sunday to visit them were Mr. and Mrs. Willie Dobson. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., Mr. and j Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Sr., and Mr. ! and Mrs. Jirnmle Branscum. Mr -and Mrs. S. B. Gee have as their houseguests Mrs. Gee's mother. Mrs. W. B. Hunter of Phoenix. Ariz., and her aunt, Mrs. John Snowlton of Helena, Mrs. Kendall Berry is expected ;o return home tomorrow from Fayetteville, where she has been visit- ng her son, Jerry Berry, a. student at University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black and Jieir daughter, Mrs. T. E. Geeshn, Jr., and Mr. Geeslin of Drew, Miss., eft this morning for Ludingkm, Mich., where they will vacation for several weeks. British industries Fair report* Mt. ten Information Service*. Other period fittings, from MI. , dent Royal Navy surplus tnolud* ashtrays, match-box-barrels, » n d paper knives, made of old shlp'j decks of teak and-rnahogany. Every Item carries a small metal plaqui giving its origin and date. Injuries Forgotten OGDEN, Utah (f) — Two drivers whose cars collided almost forgot their own slight Injuries after one of their spinning cars came to * stop. The auto spun past a standing truck but didn't touch it. It was loaded with dynamite. LITTLE LIZ— When o woman leads d man to the altar, she probably intends to maintain the lead. ®u«s re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUES, WED, & THURS Double Feature Mr. and Mrs. the parents of E. R. Smith are son born yester.- day morning at Walls Hospital. The baby, the couple's first child, has been named David Ross. Mrs. T ALAN I! IT VIRGINIA iADD MAYO IrokMistress i. '"^'"TECHNICOLOR-ijR "* -JU.I A Bill, ™ sitfH emu* • nun * iWvlin. ( «v" • -"it",,, .=.,=,...HEN RYBUNKE-""'".»ia"oo«'oo«OL. I —PLUS— TAXI MISTER With William Bendix CARTOON: Dumb Hounded OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DOLLAR A CARLOAD BUCK NIGHT Double Feature A handy thing to work in around the house is a play suit with match-: ng skirt. You can always button ;he skirt on if the doorbell rings. lesson and they were dismissed conclusion of the evening'? enter- j this will help take some of the by Mrs. Hershell Roberts. ' tainment. load from your back and shoulders. White's SALE Of Women's Summer Shoes CONTINUES ue Casuals Values to 10.95 795 Shop Today for Tops in Summer Shoe Bargains e*. SONS I SHOES! Good Shott & Hosiery FINAL REDUCTION OR SUMMER SHOE STYLES MEN'S WOMEN'S ONE GROUP 7.95 & 9.95 $1 Values ' ONE GROUP 70.95 — 72.95 $* Values CASUALS 5.95 — 6.95 Values . . . . DRESS STYLES 6.95 — 8.95 $ A Values *J CHILDREN'S ONE GROUP 2.95 & 3.95 Values ONE GROUP 4.95 & 5.95 Values .. '3 ONE GROUP Of Odds and Ends Children's Sandals $ 1.66 SHOE SERVICE 121 W. Main rhnne • H*. 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