The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 15, 1953
Page 4
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FOUR BLTTHEVTLLE (AKK.) COUKIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, TOLT 15, U oae Put MuiMns, Society Editor * '^ Phon« 4461 ! Vivian Taylor .Complimented With First Party First of a series of parties planned for Miss Ida Vivian Taylor, the bride-elect of P. D. Foster, Jr., was a bridge luncheon given yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. L. E. Old were hostesses for the affair, which was given at the Old home. puncheon guests included Mrs. Adam Harinan Taylor, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. John Caudill. The honoree and her friends were seated at the dining room table, which was overlaid with a frosted white organdy cloth, and centered with a large bouquet of pink and white Marconi daisies. Places were marked by handsome figures of bridesmaids, and the honoree's place was adorned with handsome bride. Mrs. James P. McFal! a handsome bride. . / - > , , < White zinnias and dahlias were j f QUDlG /YlQITICS used at vantage points throughout " In Huffman Home the entertaining rooms. In the afternoon's bridge games, winners were Miss • Margery Hale, and Miss Jane Wilson. The bride- elect was presented with a gift of silver. : For the Decision, Miss Taylor t wore an afternoon dress of white \ and black print, and matching ac- i cessories. She was given a corsage o] ; J whit* Marconi daisies. Blythevlll* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Malsy Booth, Cooler Billy Hatch, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Gloria Van Winkle, city. Mrs. J. W. Booker and baby, city. Now making their home in Blytheville are Mr. and Mrs. James P, McPall. who exchanged marriage vows on July 4 at 4 p.m. at the home of the Rev. Austin Williams, pastor of the Church of God of Huffman. The bride is the former Miss Btl- lie Louise Hardin, daughter of Mrs Grace Hardin of Blytheville and Mr McPall Is the son of Mrs. Cordy McFall of Manila. For her marrlnge, Mrs. McFall wore a dre?s of white organdy with three quarter length sleeves, fitted bodice and full street length skirt Her hat nnd other accessories were pink, and she pinned R pink car- ntion corsage at her shoulder. 8935 i 34-52 ; By Sue Burnett Here's a handsome two piece frock designed particularly for the more mature woman. The jacket has softly scalloped collar and front closing and choice of sleeves; panelled skirt fits perfectly. Pattern No. 8935 is a sew-rlte perforated apttern In sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 36, cap sleeve, 4*4 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, S'?-e desired ,and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 Osceola Bride Again Honored OSCEOLA—Continuing the series of parties honoring Mrs. R. Snow Wilson, was the al fresco party and miscellaneous shower given Tuesday lorning from 10 to 12 by Mrs. Roy !ox and Mrs. Senrcy Mears at the lome of Mrs. Cox. The 50 guests were ushered in to .he dining room, where the refreshment table was overlaid by an im- )ortcd handmade cover. Centering he table was a massed arrangement 3f white Carnations and white tocks, highlighted by cherry red •liKlloli. The same arrangement was useo] in the living room. The dining table was laden with asserted fish and cheese molds, open face sandwiches and tidbit trays filled with sweets. The honoree who wore a for-get- me-not blue glazed chambray dress was presented a corsage of white carnations by the hostesses. An array of gifts, presented the honoree, were arranged on a table, where she and her mother. Mrs. J. K. Polk opened them for the group to view. Two Circles Meet In Members' Home Members of Circles Five and Six of the First Presbyterian Church gathered at the homes of Mrs. H, W. Nichols of Armorcl and Mrs. E. B. Thomas with Mrs. Lucy McAdams as Mrs. Thomas' co-hostess. Fifteen members of Circle Five met with Mrs. Nichols for Bible tudy conducted by Mrs. Spencer Alexander. Mrs. A. S. Harrison offered the opening prayer. Reportfi were given by Mrs. Fred Sandefur, Mrs. Alexander, and Mrs. Mike Simon. Mrs. James Carte; dismissed the group with prayer, after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. MeAdams entertained 10 members of Circle Six with four guests including Mrs. Tom Miller of Jackson, Miss., guest of her mother, Mrs. McAdams. Mrs. Mary Outlaw, Mre. Gene O. Johnson of Wickllffe. Ky., hous^guest of Mrs. Thomas and Donna Abbott of Montlcello. Mrs. Doris Dick gave the program ind Mrs. ois Gill conducted a bus,ness session following Summer salads and iced drinks were served during the social hour. Bits of News Mrs. Max Usrty. Jr., was called to Pensacola because of the sudden death of her brother, P. R. Curtis of Shrcveport, La., who was stricken ill and died last night in Pensacola while en route to his summer home at Port Walton, Fla. The funeral will be held in Shreveport tomorrow- Mrs. Usiey's husband ac- Coming Events Wtdnesdiy Beginners Duplicate League has 1:30 p.m. meeting in the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Jtsse 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 Ciuss of the First Methodist churcn lias 3 p.m. mei3t- r ifteen Attend WSCS Meeting Mrs. V. E. Gregory and Mrs. Amy Ruth Gordon entertained 15 mem- jers and one guest, Mrs. Gene Strickling, of Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church Monday evening. Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided during he business, which was begun by irayer by Mrs. Joe Thomas. Plans vere made for an ice cream supper compnnied her. ine at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. H. a. Haley, Judge nnd Mrs. W. Leon Smith i . inrj M] . s ^^ Moreland. have returned from Jackson, Miss.. I ' Mrs Bllly j oe Gcan ls nost( , ss to where they visited his mother. Mi*.! mcm | K . rs O f the Vendredi Bridge W. A. Smith. En route home, they j C j ub at the R az0 rback Drive-in, stopped in Pine Bluff to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith and Infant son, Jeffrey, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Booker are the parents of a daughter, their first child, who was born Monday at Walls Hospital- She has been named Evelyn Joan. Mrs. Booker is the former Miss Lena Faye Thaxton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Thaxton. Mrs- Esta Buchanan left today LUXORA NEWS 67 MRS. G. O. DRIVE* WSCS Meeting Held In M ember's Home Mrs. Jack Robertson presided yesterday at a meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Service of t" We.slpy Memorial Method! Chuhch. Following group singing, Mrs- H. Richardson gave the invocaiio i.i.o- -."» - --- ----;•' H Hiehamson gave me invocuuu for New York City where she will M Q , Neal the dev attend the Assembly o Jehovah ^^ Jn ^ busjnes5 ^^ was voted that all officers will r tain their present offices for anotl tun er year, and that meeting would be changed from afternoon evening. Meetings are to be he twice each month. Witnesses, to be held there next week. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Rose are expected to return from Sea Island. Ga. tomorrow. They have been vacationing there about 10 days. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Knappenberger will leave tomorrow for a week at Old Point Comfort, Va., where Mr. Knappenberger will attend the semi-annual meeting of the National REA Association. He Is a ^^ circles of New L[ber| member of the board and represents Bnptist church met in groups ye Arkansas. j tcrday afternoon in trie homes Mr. and Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. i members for the program, "Li: Cecil Connell were In Little Rock for j mg the Lepers." " ~ " Mrs. O. J. Seratt was hostess Church Circles Conduct Meetings meeting called by the Federal National Mortgage Association In regard to FHA and GI loans. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kerbough are this the parents of a son born mornins; at the Blytheville Hos- nltal The baby who has a sister, seven members of Circle On Donna Lee, when Mrs. Vance Dixon gave th program. Mrs. I. H. Jones wa hostess to Circle Two when eigl members and one guest attendei M rs - Malcolm Koonce gave th has been" named! program, which included sped; Terry Clay. Mrs. Kerbough is the former Miss Barbara Oennins, music by-Mabel Crook. Mrs. Herbert Rush was hostes n be holri at the church Friday former Miss Barbara uennms. Mrs. Heroert, Kusn was iiusie: o be new at tne cnurcn r naay. ht of Mv . and M rs. Leon to Circle Three, when Mrs. Cha Mrs. Joe Strickllng gave the wor- Q^J^ i lcv nicks gave the program. Thi hip service, using scripture from it. Matthew, and devotional, "That ,11 Men May Come." She closed the ervlce with prayer. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Cunningham • will leave ton, D. C., where Mr. Cunningham will attend a five day convention. members and one guest a tomorrow "for Washing- | tended. Social hours followed eac of the meetings. Will llLLlinU (I 11 w uuj v.v/11 v i.iiftuK. Mre. Allen Van Winkle served a»j Mrs Wa | t cr T. Morrow, Mrs. Gun- Pn*mf\cn irector of the program, "Laborersj nmghBm , s ^^ wil , accompany 1 ' W1 UIW3U I: For Christ," and was assisted by drs. Don Lutz and Mrs. Billy King. fter prayer, the group was served ent Country Club League Meets A six-table Howoll rr was conducted l:ust night at the Country Club, when members of the Duplicate Bridge League held a monthly masterpoitH pame. • Winners of first place were Mr. Mrs. Harvy W. Hainos, other winners included Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. S- E. Tune, second. Mrs. E. B. Gee nnd Mrs. W, D. Chamblin third place, nnd Mrs. O. W. McCutchen ana Airs. Russell Phillips, fourth. Dessert Bridge Given in Home Mrs. M. J. Koehler was hostes; yesterday afternoon at her home for dessert bridge, complimenting Mrs. Hartley Hays, whose family Is moving soon to Florida. Five tables of guests attended the affair. Roses with small summer blossoms formed the miniature centerpieces for card tables, at which the guests were seated. Winners of the games were Mrs. W. S. Under, bridge, Mrs. Vance Henderson, high score, and Mrs. Harry Bradley, second high score. The honoree was presented a gift. . . . Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Moore entertained II couples with a lawn party nnd picnic supper in their honor last week. They were presented a silver bowl by friends who attended. Okinawa Island re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times WED & THURS Double Feature r ALAN r vmcuiiii LADDMAYO IroKMistress —PLUS— TAXI MISTER With William Bendix CARTOON 1 Dumb Hounded W. Quincy St., Chir.ifrn (i. 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning n practical. sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. "Rirfri/-lnv Pavf-u ^ L ull - ul .V i dity clt Because Nathaniel Daniel was four years old Saturday, his mother, Mre. Leo Daniel assisted by Mrs. Dan Russell and Mrs. Gene Johnson entertained with a party at Walker Park. Amonc the 13 guests were his cou.sin. Michael Johnson of Chicago. After playing games, they were served cnke and ice cream. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rlti t Kox; Program Announcement*, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for SUiTM. • WEDNESDAY • THURSDAY • FRIDAY ROMULUS JOSE FERRER RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Chris F. Tompkins. Sr. Mr. it iMi-s. Koscoe Oaflon & Family Air. it Mrs, Toby hemp; & Family Mr. & Airs. M. E. Cook & Family them to Johnson City, Tenn., and j will return with them about July The condition of .Ed K. Brook, TAIPEH, Formosa (If, - Chian father of Mrs. Gean S. Atkinson. Kai-sheks Chinese Nationalists ap is reported to be unchanged. He Is pnrently hope that Okinawa and th at the home of the Atkinsons. His i rest of the Ryukyus, strategic Pi daughter Mrs. Chad Hensley, Mr. cific islands between Formosa am Hensley, and daughter, Mintn, are here frorri Oklahoma City to be with him, Mr. and Mrs. Joe LH?£Helncr and son, Joe Martin, ,of Phoenix, Ariz., have arrived to be with her mother, Mrs. 8. P. Martin, whose condition Is reported to be unchanged. Japan, one day will come back t Chinese rule. Evidence of this was provided b: a letter sent to Foreign .^miste George Yeh by. the control Yuan Tree China's highest watchdog bo dy. The letter, inspired by press reports that Japan intended to di; 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 DOLLAR A CARLOAD BUCK NIGHT Double Feature ROGERS^..WVMAN ALSO CARTOON THURSDAY - FRIDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING LOOKING FOR LOVE IN THE SHADOWS! BUYING DREAMS WITH CASUAL KISSES! Htt! CICKfil LEMBECK-HOLDEN-FARRELL tin rumen uim.i ROBERTS-HARDY-GREENE Also Cartoon: What's Sweeping & Short: WORLD'S MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRLS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pate have recently moved from here to their new home in Stuttgart. Mrs. Pate is the former home economics instructor in the Luxora Schools. Mr. ami Mrs. C. D- Smith have just returned home from a week's motor vacation trip to the Smoky Mountain region o£ Tennessee and North Carolina. G. C. Driver, Jr. was a Little Rock business visitor Friday. Edward Stanford of Memphis spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stan- lord. Scout Calvin Wilkins departed last week, in company with other Miss. County scouters, for the national jamboree beginning this week in Caluorma. Mrs. Bowen Thompson and daughter, Betty Bowen, left Monday for a short, visit with her mother, Mrs. W. L. Wilson, in Conway. Mrs. Allie Spann is visiting her j daughter, Mrs. W. B. Yancey. and' family in Marianna. Mrs. E. M. Odom left this week for an extended visit with re.atives in Memphis. | Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Puckett of El : Centro, Calif., and Misses Betty; Mifflin and Mary Faith Puckett of Memphis were Sunday visitors ol Mrs. J. I. Mifflin. ; Mrs. Era Halbig of Blawenburg, N. J., is visiting her parents, Mi', and Mrs. P. S. Stanfield, Sr., at their country home. | The Hev. J. E. Eiherd departed Monday for a week's trip to Ft. Worth, Texas. He was accompanied to Shreveport, Louisiana by Mrs- Rihsrd and children, who will visit' relatives in that city- j Mrs. J. H. Thweatt and children.! and Mrs. O- Howton are on a motor j tour of Kentucky vacation points this week. Dress Wisely Simply For Summer Smartnes By ALIC1IA HART NEA Beaut; Editor Grooming faults seem to multiply In summer. Some of them, prevalent now, are: . Wearing Easter hats btyond their season of smartness. The flowers look wilted and the straw looks dusty and crushed. It's a time for untrimmed, neat hats. If a girl hasn't one of these, she'll look better hatless than wearing a hat that harks back to a definite date, Iwter. 1. Wearing sleeveless dresses when the armi aren't slender •nought to bear it. A well-Iormed, youthful- looking arm is pretty In > sleevelesi dress. Other types of arms look prettier covered, even !1 only with the sheerest of materials. 3. Wearing summer skirts with the bjo'uses hanging out In back. A truly functional belt will keep a blouse always where it belongs. 4. Wearing soiled white shoes or straw or linen shoes that are smudgy. 5. Wearing frilly sheer blouses when the entire costume is in » tailored mood. Read Courier News Classified Ads. cuss with the United States the "problem of the Ryukyus." asked Ye hto pay close attention to the situation. Tha Nationalists along have claimed the Ryukus were part of the Chinese empire before they were taken by Japan. LITTLE LIZ— Li fe begins at 40 for some folks, but you ccn't convince the insurance comcanies OHM? Choice ANY LADIES In Stock While They Lost Worth a lot more — Come Early Sterling's For Fine Foods, Choose PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Nationally Advertised & Fancy Groceries We Deliver Call in 2043 •• Come In 1044 Chick. Get Ready Now! H may be a tough job to beat the heat this summer .. . but we can give you some mighty good advice on how to beat the rush next fall. Whipping that winter heating problem, We're talking about. The best answer, of course, is Natural Gas. And the best time to think about it is right now! 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