The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 17, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY IT, 1988 Society Pat MulMna, Society Editor Phone 4461 Luncheon Given For Recent Osceola Bride Dell Bride-Elect Is Complimented Miss Mary Frances Wilson,, mctUs of pink and white flowers daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey i placed at various points through- OSCEOLA — Mrs. Melvin Speck, Mrs. Wick Hall and Mrs. Johnny selected a black pique dro.s.n, touched with frosty white trim, worn with black patent accessories. She \vilson of Roseland, was conipli-'out the lower Iloor. ment last night at a brulue-caims- [ For the occassion, Miss Wilson ta party given by Miss Chnrlpne Armstrong and her mother, Mrs. - . E. W. Noland, at their home m Enri Speck" entertained at lunch- Doll when 32 guests attended. was presented a corsage of card- eon Thursday complimenting Mrs. i Miss Wilson is the bride-elect of eni.-is which she pinned at her S-O'v Wi'scn" • S-Sgt. Donald Eugene Oarrii.on of j .shoulder. Women members of the families , Lake Charles Air Force.Base. La.. Mrs. Wilson, the honoree's moth- of Mr and Mrs. Wilson were the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Gar-j or, wore a dress o! lan shantung guests. '• rison of Anderson. S. C. The couple : and was presented a corsage of The focal point of interest was! will be married July 28 in a cm- \ white carnations. the floral centerpiece on the din-!m-ony to be solomized at Dell! Prizes Were presented lo Mrs. Ing table. Composing the arrange- i Methodist Church. Bill Kcvnev fnr hii'h bridge score, ment were pale lavender gladioli,; Card tables were placed through- Mrs. Russell Grcraway, for second combined with deep purple asters' out the living room and music; high, Mrs. Gene Holiman, for flanked by slender pink tapers. j room. Guests were served ice j high canasta : - - , and Mrs. Jord- A minature bride and groom cream and individual cakes, in-1 an Necdham [or second high. Mrs. stood at the honoree's place, the scribed with "Mary and Don," at j Charles Kennett won bridge, bride holding a corsage which was; the card tables, where they later , The hostesses presented Miss Bits of News 'ij rertonal Mr, and Mrs. Dana E. Gipson of St. Louis are here to spend several days as cuests of Mrs. Gipson's Ms-j Jme t o American women. How To Plan Bridal Shower; Be Good Hostess By ADELADK KERB AP NcHStcaturcs Writer The month of showers may 'bo April to the weatherman, but It's be nswmbled tefor* tht twit at honor arrive*. Tor this reason some hostesses prefer to telephone their invltatloni and discuss the gift question then and there. If you prefer to mail yours, you can use your own vietting card and write on It: "Kitchen shower for Miss Mnry Hannum, Tuesday, June 23rd" and the ad-' dress. Showers may be given at any hour of the day or evening. But the favorite time is afternoon, if the guest — - of honor and other guests are not Mvs. E. C. Fry of Sherman Oaks,; women are planning showers for working then. If they are, an eve- Calif., will arrive today to visit her: < 0 me bride right now. Showers of nin? party is In order, brother. Aubrey Conway, and Mrs. j frothy lingerie, filmy stockings and j on the day of the party all the Conway. j ™art linens to give them more! gifts should he assembled on a, Tommy Harrison Is now living in | beautiful trousseaus. Showers tollable in the living room, perhaps Jonesbnro, where he Is employed, i equip their closets, bathrooms, gar- concealed behind a screen until It and will enter Arkansas Stale Col-1 dens .and kitchens. Showers of music ' is time to open them. When every- lege in the fall. | records, cosmetics, cookbooks and I body has arrived, the table Is Mr and Mrs. Sidney Platt and ' c: "' ncd 8 oncls ' j brought forward and the guest of family have had as their guests for " >'"" arc amo "K lhe planners. | honor begins the ceremony of un-i the past several days her aunt, Mrs. llll>ra are sn ""' thi "Ks to avoid. Do-i wrapping them , expressing her. E H Rhodes Mr Rhodes ' uud n ' 1 shov.'er the bride with what you) thanks to the givers as she dots. If | daughter Margaret, of Cleveland, or your sister want. Find out what: uicre are only a few guests ter, Mrs. Charles Alfovd, and Mr. Alford. In hundreds of to'vns and cities all over the country, thousands of They also visited Mr. and Mrs. W..» cr Preferences and her color, „ the. inn scheme are. Don't use the shower to a gift from the hostesses to Mrs. j played bridge and canasta. Wilson, i Each table was overlaid with an Arian, who accompanied „„,...., , , .,. .. hopne for several days. ' r '. "W y™ r °«' n socla > obbgations. Mrs. Tom Martin of Dell has as since cvc rv °" e ls expected to bring her hoiiseum-sts, her daughter. Mrs, » R'«. " is ( '« ln R "'at the guest list ' should be made up of the bride s John LTV Bishop of Annapolis, Mci.,. and her'si'ter. Mrs. G. A. Williams! Wmds-not some people who scare- ly know her. And—a last word— Wilson with a toaster. Out-of-town guests attending the Mrs. Wilson was attired in an! Irish Linen cutwork cloth and cent-; e.vent were Mrs. Gene Holiman of'of Memphis, commander Bishop is early Fall frock of peach and black ! ered with a minuatiire china slip- ] Lepanto and Mrs. John Loy Bishop ; on sea duty and Mrs. Bishop will. P |iln "' cn ' sl> lml tartan plaid, featuring a fringed: per, containing an arrangement of j of Annapolis, Md., houseguest stole. She was presented a match- i pink daisies and roses. Arrange-1 her mother, Mrs. Tom Martin, ed pair of silver compotes by the few guests and the ceremony can be length- ned by making a treasure hunt of it. After that, the guests have light refreshments—hot tea, thin sandwiches—hot tea. thin sandwiches and Little cakes in the afternoon; ice cream, cakes and coffee in the evening. Of course, if you prefer hostesses. Flat Lake Club Has Fishfry Members of the Plat Lake Home Demonstration Club held their annual fishfry and homecoming their newly decorated clubhouse yesterday with 18 members and 10 guests attending-. Mrs. C. M. Abbott, president, was In charge of the affair, and Morning Party Honors Visitor Among parties he-ins given for visitors in Blytheville this summer was a morning .party given yesterday to honor Mrs. Dana Gipson, [when Mrs. Charl"- Alford compli- i n.ented her sister and houseguest. Fifty guests called at the Al- iford home between the hours of 10 to 11:30 a. m. Party foods were served from the guest speakers were Judge Phillip j dining room table, which was over- Deere, and Keith Bilbrey, county; laid with a maderia cutwork cloth agent. j centered with a crystal basket, Mrs. O. J. Kodgers gave a de-i holding an arrangement of sea- mm -linlnn of the aft votional from Ruth and Mrs. Au-|sonal fruits. Silver and crystal «.ved at the conclusion of the aft brey Bruce showed a demonstra-1 trays and compotes held an as- Birthday Party Is Given Here things run of i remain here until the last of Aug- : smoothly; but don't try to Oe too j sifts may be opened and refresh- llst fancy. merits served at the dining tatne. if 'Miss Ruth Lee of Nashville, Tenn..! You can, of course, spend a lot of jt ,, inrre eliorcrh and your guest a former member of the faculty of! "me and energy creating elaborate, 1!st sma n enough. Blvthcville High School, will ar-i decorative effects for the shower rive today to spend the week end dft table or tea table. But many with Mr and Mrs. J. L. Nabers and hostesses consider that they are not John (Butch) Smothermon cele- hrated his seventh birthday yesterday afternoon at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Elmer Lindsey, when hifi mother, Mrs. Jimmy Smothermon was hostess. Twenty five guests attended the party when the afternoon was spent in playing games and contests. Molly Guard and Bob Eubanks won prizes. All the guests were presented with balloons and other favors- Ice cream, cake and punch were tion on aluminum trays and oil paintings. Mrs. Iverson Morris gave the eye opener and Mrs. Garrett Abbott gave the club history. Mrs Willie Henson discussed regulations for booths at the Mississippi County Fair and a committee was named for the club's booth Mrs, R. VV. Wooten offered the benediction. soriment furthered party foods which the yellow and white YWA Meeting Held in Home A business meeting was conducted at the home of Marie Moore last night when members of the Huffman Young Women's Auxiliary of the Baptist Church gathered. Guests with the 11 members and two counselors were Mrs. Florence Hughes, and Mrs. Moss Moore. Group singing was followed by a devotional by Mrs. Harry Lawsoii. pat- theme chosen by the hostess for her dining room. Her living room was decorated with silver vases holding red and wmte seasonal blossoms. Birthday Club Has Card Party Mrs. Jim nues was hostess at her home last night for a meeting of the C. and N. Birthday Club, when they honored Mrs, Raymond Stringer. Guests Included Mrs. Sam Godwin, Mrs. Thomas Tillery, Mrs. Ed Bunch, and Mrs. Jcvry Sctape. Alter dinner, guests spent the evening in playing canast:;. Winners of the games were Mrs. * „ , . , Bunch, high score, and Mrs. ty Hughes and Marie Moore sans • scrape, second high. Marigolds and xinnias formed a duet. Following the dismissal prayer, by Mrs. H. L. Adkisson, refreshments were served- The next meeting is to be Aug. 6 at the home of Vivian Dorison. arrangements in the entei taining rooms. Forever The Favorite Bridge League Has Weekly Meet A seven table Hmvell movement was conducted iftsc night lit Hotel 8932 IT By Sue Burnett Classics are the mainstay ot every well planned wardrobe—season alter season they grace almost every occasion. This version lias crisp contrast, interesting pocket detail. Pattern No. 893: is a eew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40. 42. Size 14, 3 a , yards ot 39-inch; ?i yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUM• BER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. , Basic PASHON tor '53, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simpie wardrobe. Gift pattern printed Inside the book. Send 25 cents today. ernoon's entertainment. Mrs. Smothermon and Mrs. Linrl- sey were assisted in entertaining by the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. Arch Lindsey, Mrs. Eevrett Peterson and Mrs. Raymond Smith. La Nueve Club Is Entertained Mrs. Ben Mac White entertained the La Nneve Club yesterday afternoon at her horn with dessert bridge for members and five guests. Included In the guest list were Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr.. Mrs. J. M. Williams, Jr., Mrs. Whitney Mor- Rnn, Jr.. Mrs., Russell H. Farr, and Mrs. Walter Day. Blue tinted daisies and red carnations provided a floral setting for the afternoon's entertainment. Bridge winners were Mrs. Coleman Stevens; first place. Mr. Day. second, and Mrs. Hllbbard. bridgo. licnte Bridge Lenfuic at their regular \veckly meeting. Winners were. Bcrmivd Gooch with Jim Roleson. first, plnce, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stacy, second pltiw, and Mrs. Charles Gerald nnd Mrs. A. II. McManus, third place. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mvs. E. H. Smith and City lrs. Prentis Holder and City Wilson Club Has Weekly Meeting WILSON — Members of the Tuesday NiRlit Bridge Club were (•••' -rtalncd at a dessert bridge Tuesday < enlng at the home of Mrs. George Brewer win. . Mrs. N. El. Ellis, Jr., was a guest. Winners were Mrs. Garland Trammel, first place, Mrs. Jerry Cullom, second; and Mrs. Joe Brown Owyn, bridpo. Mrs. J. J. Summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining room. Coming Even is Friday Mrs. Terry Prevost and Mrs. Leon Davis enlertain members of SUtch and Chatter Club with a picnic nt Walker Park. Ladies Bible Class ot the First Methodist Cliurcli has 3 p.m. meet| ing at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. I M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. H. G. Haley, baby,; and Mrs. Lois Moreland. j .Mrs. Billy Joe Gean is hostess to baby, i members of the Vendredi Bridge 1 Club at the Rnznrback Drive-In. THE BEST FOR YOU Our highly skilled, reRistcred pharmacists ... our fresh, potent drugs . . • our policy of double-checking for accuracy . . . our prompt service ... all add up to (he best in prescription dispensing. ROTHROCK DRUGS A soothing base protects this girl's lips from (oo much sun, and keeps them, smooth and comfortable under her lipstick. Use Good Base To Protect Lips By NEA Beauty Editor Cracked, sun-baked lips are one throat to beauty in the summer. A creamy lipstick helps keep them in good condition. But girls with sesitive lips find this isn't protection enough. They need a base beneath tiie lipstick. One base j'ou might try is made espically for cases of chapping In the winter, and drying ud cracking in the summer. It win soothe if you've already let your lips become damaged and wilt help to prevent such, a condition from occurlng, claim tho makers. Being colorless, you can use it on your children's lips. It comes In a case similar to a lipstick, handy for beach or handbag. with a proper base and lips In good condition, your lipstick shouldn't cake and should last half a day before re-application is necessary. Trace your outline with a sabla or camel's-hair lipstick brush. Fill in with the lipstick, making sure it goes into the tiny crevices of lip skin. If necessary rub it in with your little finger. Let it set for at least five minutes before you blot it. Don't bite the tissue. Press it against your lips instead. other friends. I very smart. These women give their If rubber or asphalt tile has be- | II rllDOer Ol HSl/llillL Lilt: imii ui.- i I .,^i> ommw. i.i.*..iv, ,,x.,.^.» b ..i. v...... come softened, due to the mistaken] Mr and Mrs Sidney Platt and I energy to seeing that the refresh- ,,se of an oil mop or wax-contain-1 son Maurice Felnberg. plan to leave i menis are good, that there are nt- ing solevnt, remove the softened , Sunday to spend the week In Chi- i tractive bowls of flowers in the i aycr with a waxed floor cleaner and | ca K o and at Burr Oaks, Wisconsin. \ house and that the shower gifts • "- • •'•-' •™* " """"I , to visit their daughter and sister, Darlene Feinbere. Mrs. B- F. Kirshner and her father, Dr Frank Smith left Wednesday for Pilgrim Best, Mich., where they will spend the rest of the summer. Mrs. Ralph L. Oritey and daughter. Harriett Ann, of Lexington, Ky.. are visiting Mrs. odley's mother. Mrs. Virgil Green and family. Mrs Eva Morris of Carthage. Mo.. Jimmy McHaven. While in Hono- has arrived in Blytheville to visit j lulu, Mrs. Noble attended the ceie- her sister, Mrs. Ada Tate- ! bration for Admiral Pclix Stump. Miss Jessie Srite was admitted to ! wht> had arrived to take command Ca Campbell's Clinic in Memphis yes- j of the Pacific fleet. terday for treatment.. Miss Srite,! Prentis Jernigan left this morning for his home in Jackson. M,iss., after spending two weeks with 1 steel wood. If floor arc there on time, well diversified j s badly damaged, this doesn't work. and harmonizing with the bride's -—-— color scheme- Guests arc supposed to confer with the hostess before they purchase their gifts and to have them delivered to her house well In advance of the party, so that all may who is in Room 113. expects to re main theve for two v,' e -o.ks. Miss Betty Jane Milligan of Manila maintained straight "A" grades during the spring semester at University of Arkansas, according to the honor roll released today by Dr G. D. Nichols, dean. Mrs. George Clark underwent minor surgery at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis this morning. She is in Boom 259. Mr. Clark is with her. Mrs. Crawford Koble has arrived home from a month's vacation in Hawaii. She spent last week in Los Angeles as guest of Mr. and Mrs. friends and relatives in Blytheville and Jonesboro. A plastic surgeon can do almost anything with a person's nose except keep it out of other people's business. ®NEA» Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Mo & 39c At All Times FRI& SAT Double Feature A Cotuuibia Reprint SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. 3 & CARTOON: Litlle House SUN & MON Double Feature —PLUS— BARBARA STANWYCK BARRY SULLIVAN-RALPH MEEKM ALSO METRO NKWS AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rilz * Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. (or Starvue. LAST TIMES TODAY .MFERKBR RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Chris F. Tompkins, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Roscoc Craflon & Famil> Mr. & Mrs. Toby Long & Family Mr. & Mrs. M. E. Cook & Family SATURDAY ONLY —Double Feature— AN AUIED ARTISTS PRODUCTION Serial: Lost Planet No. 4 & Cartoon: Mice & Magic SUNDAY & MONDAY MGM J.V .ompanydbat gave the screen such great family pictures M "Stars In My Crmm" ..."Father Of The Bride" and many others, DOW presents mother warm and wonderful story forail to en joy I ,. GREEK GARSON .. WALTER ' ; FlDGEON : SCANML ArScODRIE Paramount News & Cartoon: Much Ado About Nutting RITZ GUESTS Mrs. Gladys Baker & Son Mr. & Mrs. Billy King & Family Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Atkinson Mr. & Mis. Vanial Deal & Family MEYER & CHILES ENGINEERS P.O. Box 778 1st National Bank Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. J, W. Meyer Blytheville, Ark. Office 2261 Phones Res. 8667 R.L 'Bob' Chiles Osceola. Ark. Phone 991 Professional Engineer License. No. 333 A large wallpaper design tends to make a room seem smaller. Save some of your summer hours for yourself by cooking for two or more meals at one time. This takes careful planning. Banish window "pains." Several prrpnralions are on the market which spray on, \vipe off easily. Gone dirt, gone work, go:;e lugging of bucrtet.'r.U of so?,i>y water. Guaranteed Watch Repair O SO Special $ ^.J\i Your watch !» disasstm- oled, cleaned, pivots polished and hair-spring adjusted. Chronographs and automatics not included. 3 Day Service Thompson Credit JEWELER Next Door to Wade F»ra. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! 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