The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1953 · Page 2
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f AGE TWO RT.YTITKVILI.E (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1958 Society l\lew£ p»t MulMiiB, Society Editor i Phone 4461 Bits of News Miss Gay Garrlgan and Miss Ramona Crafton have had as their fiiiests Miss Alice Burns of Texar- Bride-Elect Complimented At Shower Miss Mary Jo Ross. iluuifhter of Mr. and Mrs. nurt Ross, was complimented uitlJ n inist-ellitnrou.s fllinver cli'fii last nisht til, the Assembly Hall nf G'hickaxaw Courts, About 50 Riscsts attended the affair which was uii'iMi by Mrs. David McPcnke. Mrs Eddin Rcmst'll, Miss Bernice Ovrnimn. Mi-.ss Donmi Bo- nanan. and Mrs. Billy Hyde. Miss Ross is lo become Die bride of .Jearl Dnvid Mahan. Oni-o!-Io'i-n Blasts included Mrs. George Ross. grandmother of Mws Ross, Mrs, Paul Ross, Doth ot Mein, , , kana. Miss Linda Durham of He- h| ai]d jV , rs L H H Qf M]]al , Q.ieen and Miss Muble Thweatt of Ultlp Rock. They li'U today accompanied by MiMi OarriRnn and Miss Crafton, who will visit in their home*. Mr. and Mrs. E O. Ollristgau of St.. Petersburg. Fla., were uie overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Kmidsen enrnute to Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Keeling; of Oskaloosa, la. are the guests of Mrs. Aria Tale. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Schmidt are the parents of a daushter born \e. lerdny at Walls Hospital- The couple has a son, Ous Lynn, 1'' 2 . former Miss SAIL FOB OKINAWA — Mrs. Charles F. Hart and daughter, Charlynn Jo, «re leaving Monday for San Prancisco, Calif. They will sail for Oklna*a to join their husband and father, T <S8l. Charles F. Hart, who »'ho has been stationed on Okinawa the !>ast year. Mrs. Hart Is the daughter of Mrs. J. E. McPall of Blytheville. Party Is Given for Miss Taylor Continuing parties given to hon-1 serving and enlertaining by Mrs. or Miss Ida Vivian Taylor, dautrht-1 L. E. Old and Mrs. Jesse Taylor, er of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Harnian (minis of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Taylor, was an afternoon sherry j Fnmcr-s Gsvyimill and Mrs. Bill party 'given Thursday by Miss I Hudson, sisters of the bridegroom- Jane Wilson and Miss Annella j elect. They were each given a cor Humphreys. Miss Taylor is the bride-elect of sage of £(irdenias. Miss Humphreys and Miss Wil- Paul id Poster, son of Mrs. P. son were also assisted by their D Fost-r and the late Mr. Poster, i sentcd the honoree a place setting: Fifty guests called dmin K the/" '""' C| H»* Pattern, afternoon, which was spent inform-i mothers, Mrs. Baker Wilson and ally. Out-of-town guests included | Mrs, Henry Humphreys, They pre- Mrs. C. C. Lee and Mrs. J. M. | Oillespie of Dyersburg, Term., Miss; n _ I r . AJice Burris of Texnrknnn, Miss j D icUls. I Ui I Linda Durham of DeQueen and Miss kable Thweatt of Little Rock. For ic .occasion, Miss Taylor: chose a misty blue Paul Sachs or- iglnfil dress fashioned with an nc-l cordian pleated pkii't and it fifledj bodice which featured a beaded [ collar. She was Riven a white orchid set in white French maline and satin ribbon for her shoulder. Mrs. Taylor, the honoree's moth- who was dressed for thp af r- TOT Tenn. A grav silk shantung frock was Miss Koss' choice for the party. She was given a coi'SH^t! of pink radi- jinre rosc.s. Mrs. Ross also received 'A cor. t ;i[ep of pink rose.s. Pink, white and green provided the color scheme used by the hostesses for the occasion. The honoree's chair wns decorated with white satin puff.* and the gift table was overlaid with white and centered \viih a bride doll dressed in white. j The refreshment table, carrying I ort a t^rrcn and pink theme, was I overlaid with white ctttwork cloth Mrs Schmidt Is the former Miss over green and centered by a crys-1 ,/uanlta Eberdt, daughter of Mr and tal punch bowl holding pink punch; and surroimrieri by pink, vcrhinas Individually iced cakes carried outj the theme. , j In the party games, Mrs. Gene] Mrs, Gua Eberdt. I The. Rev. and Mrs. David McPeake wjll spend next week in McComb. Miss., where they will be the houseguesla of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Edward Tale. White there, the Rev. Mr. McPeake will conduct a revival meeting. Mr. and Mrs- Prenlis E. Holder announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Tuesday at Walls RKSIDEXT GREETED BY ADMIRAL — Mrs. Crawford Noble Of Blytheville is shown meeting Adm. Arthur W. Radford, new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staffs, at a reception and review given recently in Honolulu to honor his successor, Adm. Felix B. Stump as com- mandcr-ln-cnlcf of the Pacific Fleet. Mrs. Noble has just returned from a month's vacation in Hawaii. For the reception, Mrs. Noble and party wcve guests of MaJ. Gen. Earl Ricks of Hot Springs, former adjutant general of the State of Arkansas. Pierce was awarded the prize. Coming Events Monday Circles One and Two of the Hospital. The baby has been named Bu S m e ss Women's Circle of Wo- j Belinda Jean. Mrs. Holder is the men 's Missionary Society of Trin-1 former Miss Emma Aycock. daugh-1 j(,y Baptist meet Jointly at the i ter of Mrs J. M. Aycock. I church at 7:30 p. m. for potluck Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modln- supper followed by program and eer have as their week, end guests, business mnetinft. j her sister Mrs. A. Simon, ind her Business Women's Circle of Wo-. brother Will HodRson. and Mrs men's Missionary Union of the HodK»n, all of N™ Orleans. La. j First Baptist Church l™s meeUuB They will bt accompanied tack to | "'Members'"o" the"'Woman's So- New Orleans by their mother, Mrs. c (m . chrlsllan Servlce O f the | .Joseph Hodgson of Bl.ytheville, who j Fi ,. st Method | st church meet in I plans to visit with relatives there- I circles as follows: Circle One with | Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Garner will 1 Mrs H Wi Wy i| e n t 1137 West arrive today from Port Pierce, Fla..; Ma | n E| rce t; circle Two with Mrs. to spend several days with their'jerry Hearn on North Ruddle daughter. Mrs. N. C. Patterson and Road with Mrs. Shields Edwards family- They will be accompanied as co-hostess; Circle Three with by Carl Patte son, who has been Mrs. J. W. Adams at Division visiting in Florida the past several and Hearn Streets: Circle Four , I with Mrs. John Caudill at 1012 Sandra and Kay Yates, daughters H^Ily Street. Circle Five with Mrs of Mr. and MM. Mike Yates, are J. A Bryant a 1900 VVesLHen n, vi.sit, W friends and relatives m;« -et ; UM,,^. E DunUcy, Cro.ssett and El Dorado for several , Rny -pi-\ CK at 1021 v/est Hearn! weeks. . Street; ana Circle Seven with Mrs. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Life Getting Complicated LEXINGTON, Ky. (/I 1 ) — Even upending money Is more of a problem than In the good old days, according to Ida C. Haijman, home economist at the University of Kentucky. A century ago, the average person had about 72 "wants," of which 16 were considered absolute necessities. Today economists says the average person has 484 "wants," of which 94 are considered actual needs. Not more than 200 kinds of articles were available in stores to the average buyer 100 years ago. Miss Hagnian said. She says today's buyer is faced with more than 32,000 two left Thursday morning whore Mrs. Colbert will visit her daughter for two weeks. LITTLE LIZ— Mi;« Ch;ir!one Ruth Blankenship, bridc-clrct of Elwyn Cot'hran Calri- wcll, wns rompliment-ed nt, 10 o'clock this morning; with H breakfast at Hotel Noble's ColnninI Room. for the occn-ion r.rl' i Bonn. Pnt Partlnw and Ann Seny returned yestprday from Weylnnd Springs Cnmp, where they spent a week. Mr. and Mrs. Pnul .Tobe nnd chilrirfin. Sue nnd Kny, ar« vnca- ! tinning In Elllnor Village, Armonri and daisies were used throughout the other entertaining rooms. The hostesses were assisted Marriage Licenses Mcrnij't!. Mrs- .Icrry Ed'.vartifl and Miss Annette Whistle. Miss Blfinkcn.ship chose a white printed pima cloth mindrrss with bhu:k iiccMsorif'S for the pur'^y, nnd wns given a cor^at-e ul Ester Reed d;i isics. Mrs. U, S. Blauketi.shlp, l he bndc- rloct's inolJifr, and Mm. A. E. Cald- UTl!.. mollior of the ^room-elect, wrre presented with corsages of carnations. An antique handpaintrd china bowl held an arrangement of daisies to iorm (ha crnlerpiece lor the table nt which guests were seated. [ On each side of the centerpiece | wars n china cup in her chosen pat- trni holding .small iirranj-eriifnls of daisies. Place cards were formed from miniature elilna clips and sau- t'ci's, ivplicns »f lu»v i>i\\tt>rn. She was given china as the luxs- tcssc.s' yift. , . I return tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Boone Hall have as their Kllesls their nephew. C. D. j Sawyer. Mrs. Sawyer and children, noon in R printed silk frock with j Mrs, C. H. Whistle. Mrs. Mails Set- | Beach. Fla. Ti:ny are expected to a complementine; small black ve-1-' vet h»t, was given a corsage of gardenias. Pink and white provided the color scheme chosen by the hostesses, for the party Riven at the Henry r~ imphreys' ho .e. Center of attraction nt the affair was the din' ing room table, wliich held a silver epergne filled with pink carnations and Marguerite daisies, flanked by silver candlebra Holding slender white tapers. A cutwork cloth overlaid the table, laden with silver trays of party foods. Arrangements of pink gladioli E. B. Speatii, Jr., at 2228 Kenwood Drive. All Circles meet at 3 p, m. j except Circle Seven which meets! at 8 p. in. i Lake Street Methodist Woman's Society of Christina ChurchStree i Society Christian Service has meet- at the church . Tuesday Mrs. R. A. Carey is hostess to members of the Octave Club. - - , - - . High Two Bridge Club meets Kathy and Chel, of San Antonio, w ^ h Mrs -g^, Hot j &e Tex., who will visit here two J A mericmn Lotion Auxiliary meets wppks. Jut the American Legion Hut, Mary Alice McWaters. Gail Brog-1 Mrvi bors of the Country Club don. nnd Domin D: Imtm ore »'•-! Duplicate Bridge Lengtie play at i tending mnjorc e camp at Arkan-; Uie , lub SMte nollep-e, Jonestjoro. They I j will be joined by Sue Jotae Monday. The following couple have obtained a mariage license in the office ot 'he county clerk, Mrs. Eli'A- ' abeth Blythe Parker: Jack M. F-Ider of Fnrmlngton To remove mustard stnin from and Geneva MP^ Weatherforrt of, fabrics, rub in slym-ine nnrt follow Manila. I with a sonp-nnd-wnter Washing. There is no sustaining faith, no guide for confident living, no real hope in life if you lose contact with the Eternal. CHRIST'S LOVE REACHES OUT FOR YOU You are Cordially Invited to Study God's Word and worship Him each Sunday at the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Eighth & Walnut Streets Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor THIS IS A PLACE FOR EACH MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY Sunday School fl:l() a.m. Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. Sermon — "A Pattern For Victory" Training Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship - - - 8 p.m. Sermon — "Rest For the Weary" IN OU« AH CONDITIONIO SANCTUARY At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mis, Johnny Gofm-lh. Cficoola When IrontuR dresses with skirts ihnt. dro'.p down to Ihp floor, he sure to have clean newspapers on rhe floor. HEATING ROUND-UP SALE! Wednesday Jepinnors Duplicate Brjdse Lr-£iie has meelmp; in Mirror Boom of Hotel Noble . Jopwood Home Demonstration Club meets at the clubhouse. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has meetinR: at Hotel Noble . La Nueve C'lub is to be enter- tuliuxl by Mi.-.. Newlon Whitis. nridse Club Meets The monthly supper bridge club met Tuesday nlghl at Cramers. The banquet table, where the sixteen women were seated, was centered with R low arrangement of gladioli in rainbow hues. Following supper, the group went to the home of Mrs. Kate Hale, with Mrs. Claude Lloys as hostess, to play bridge. Mrs. W. E- Hunt, Mrs. W. C. Mason and Mrs. C. B. Driver played with the members. Variijated shades of pink gladioli were placed around the enter- talnlng rooms. Mrs. Tal Tongate won high club prize, Mrs. Hunt, high guest, and Mrs. J- H. Lovewel! won the bridgo. Visit Little Rock When Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy came home Tuesday from a three day visit in Little Rock, their daughter. Elizabeth remained over until Thursday. Elizabeth Anne was a guest in the Governor's mansion, visiting Charlotte Cherry, daughter | of Gov. and Mrs. Cherry. Parties given for Elizabeth Anne by the Cherry's included an al fresco party at the mansion Tuesday morning, j • fiunday, Elizabeth Anne was complimented at the Riverdiile Country 1 Club. Monday was sight seeing dn.y, j when the governor and his young rtauqhlnr toured Little Rock, pointing out. places of interest to their guest. Wednesday morning Elizabeth Anne was again honored when a group of young people, chaperoned by Mrs. Cherry met at the Little flock Country Club tor a swimming party. Elizabeth Anne returned to Memphis Thursday by plane and was met by her parents at the Airport. Celebrate Birthdays Two HMle girls, Jeanette Crane and Cynthia Edrington .with birth- flsiys faUhiK ovi lilt samr day ccle- brated their fifth birthday Wednesday afternoon on the lawn of I Mr. and Mrs. DarreU Crane's home, i Seventy five children, dressed in \ their party-best, came to wish the i two little girls a happy birthday.' Two cakes, identical in decorations j were placed at either end of the refreshment table. | Miniature cakes decorated to match the larger cakes and ice i cream was served. Favors for the! eirls were sachets and folding far*', i The little boys were given miniature i cars and airplanes. Yard games were ! played during the afternoon. | I'trsonals [ Mrs. Maude Hudson is entertain- j ing her two daughters, and four j grandchildren over the week end— Mrs. R. R. Bailey and two sons, Tommie and Eddie of Fort Monroe. Va., and Mrs. W. B. Howell and j children. Ann and Walter of Clarks- ! dale. Miss. They will leave here i late Saturday afternoon. ! Mrs. Leo Purvis of Ferriday La.. was in Osccola this week visiting her mother, Mre. V. C. Colbert The 'rompt DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Hours: 8 a.m. to !0 p.m. with Deliver? to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main SU $ 30 $ 20 TRADE-IN TRADE-IN TRADE-IN en your old heating applianct with purchati of automatic NtW FLOOR FURNACE or GAS WALL HEATER HMD DOWN PAYMENT months lo piy Halsell & White Furniture Company 113 a. Division Phont fiO«G AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen lo KLCN al 10:10 a.m. anil -1 P.m. for Hitz & Roxy Pros ram Announcements 11 a.m. anil 5:30 p.m. for Sl.irvue. SATURDAY ONLY —Double Feature— KtflBEftTJ YATIS AN t. Krueiic HCTURE AN ALLIED ARIISTS PRODUCTION Serial: Lost Planet No. 4 & Cartoon: Mice & Magic SUNDAY & MONDAY MGM Th .mpany that gave the scree:: Riicfi ([TCBl family picture ac "Start In My Crown" Bride" and many others, now pruwntii ancithor -, (.REF.n GARSON _ WAITER , PlDGKOM I SCANDAL nil loenjnyl Paramovml News & Ciirtonn: Much Ad') Annul Nulling ifCHNICOLORl RITZ GUESTS Mrs. (iliulys Hakcr & Son Mr. & Mrs. Hilly King & Family Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Atkinson Mr. & Mrs. Vnrnal Deal & Family Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature —PLUS— MftlMRS SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. 3 & CARTOON: l.iltle House SUN & MON Double Feature -Pl.l'S- BARBARA STANWYCK BARRY SUUIVAN-RAlPHfflEtKEfl 'USOPARDY ALSO MKTKO NKWS -, x^T* An expense account Is a device that enables a salesman to get his lunches, dinners and hangovers Lumber Crop /mproves ATLANTA, Ga. W)—Good, management can double production of timber In a woodlot, 24 landowneri near here are learning. A lumber company sends out an expert to help them manage thlr, tree crops. In return, the company seto an option to buy the trees when they mature. The project Is part of a program sponsored by the American Forest Products Industries. Reason for the plan Is that 57 per cent of the U.S. forest land is in small plots on farms. And few farmers know anything about tree management. Lumber men expect to Increase their available timber supplies by cooperation with the owners. FARM LOANS LOW RATE NO FEES OR STOCK J. W. MEYER 1st National Bank Bldf. Blylheville, Ark. Phones: Office 2261 Residence 8667 In Ajjoctation wtlh THS PRUDENTIAL INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA HOME OFFICE. NEWARK. H. J. MEYER & CHILES ENGINEERS P.O. Box 778 1st National Bank Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. J, W. Meyer Blytheville, Ark. Phones Office 2261 R.L. 'Bob 7 Chiles Osceola. Ark. Phone 991 Professional Engineer License No. 333 Guaranteed Watch Repair $3.50 Special Youi watch la disassem- oled, cleaned, pivota polished and hair-spring ad- lusted. Chronographs and automatics not Included. 3 Day Service Thompson (Credit JEWELER Veit Door to Wade F»r». ROUTE SALESMAN Opening for aggressive resident o( Blytheville lo pick up and deliver high quality laundry and dry cleaning at sale prices. We will furnish late model truck and all expenses. Also we furnish daily picli-up and delivery service right to your home in Blytheville. You will need an extra room or tigbt garage to store clean and soiled bundles. Liberal commission with guaranteed salary of 560.00 per week. Write giving age, education, length of residence in Blytheville -nd complete employment background. Cash bond required. White Rose Laundry Cleaners 830 Vance Ave. Memphis, T«nn. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! »™»m — •••(•••••••(••••••"•••••• — """n"™ m'm mmmmmmmmt ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS SATURDAY ONLY —Double Feature— ~i,h BRENOA JOrCE JACQUttlNE ft WIT CIENI VEBOIIGQ M»8K CQ«DO» ALSO CARTOON SATURDAY NIGHT OWL SHOW A MIGHTY EPIC Of "THE SEA THUNDERS TO -FREE- We invite everyone who is in the Drive-in for the regular show to stay for the OWL SHOW FREE OF CHARGE SUNDAY & MONDAY MEN, MONEY AND ME ...GO TOGETHER!' (mmm 0 MOORE-HUGO IAS CARTOON & 2-REEL COMEDY

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