The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 20, 1953
Page 2
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TWO BTA"THKVTLI,E (ARK.V COUKITE* TTEWS MCWDAY, 10, (9 . J. -boaefy P«t MuiJins, Society Editor w Phone 4461 Bits of News Snow Wilsons Are Honored | At Dinner-Dance j OSCEOLA — Two parties were given Thursday and Friday for, Mr. and Mrs. Snow Wilson, who were recently married. Thursday nitrht. they were complimented nt Street. " dinner dance at the SO Club and | Mrs. W. O. Ro«ve s Jr.. went b Triday Mrs Wilson was honored i plane lo Fort Hood. lex., lo spend »t an informal morning puny. ; liic ivrek end with Pvl. Beeves. Mr and Mrs. Guy Bryant and who is in basic IrammR there. Mr and Mrs Tal To.lRate were 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. John Tyrone and hosts and hostesses (or the dinner-i son. Ht«li. have returned from dance, where the scllinc was in Cleveland, O., Niagara Palls, Pon keeping with the honorcc's dress.; tiac, Mieh., and point American beauty roses on a white• in th- bnckground with roses embroid-; were accoinpnnied ered in self colored sequins high I Recent Bride : 0.' Honored at Shower; 1 ' 1 Paul Kay Tippy Honored at Party So Pretty For Dates Mrs. 1-oiiis Anderson, the former Miss Vera Brinkley was honored with a miscellaneous shower at, Dell Home Economics Cotlacfi Fri- Mr nnd Mrs. W. H. Hutson are' day evening, when Mrs. .Kd Hardin, now at their home at 1333 Holly, Mrs. A. E. Caldwdl. Mrs. C. A. ' Smith. Mrs. L. N, Hvnch. Mrs. Walter Dyer, Mrs. E. II. PruitL were hostesses. Mrs. Anderson was dre.sscd Pftul Ri»y Tippy was complimented with a birthday party nt his home Friday evening, when 13 quests iitli'wled. (Jiinit-.s and contests were conducted throughout the evening, with pn/rs being nwarded to Buddy Harris. Kenneth Ward, Dean 'ippy and Tom Thermon. Out-of-town guests were Kenneth Ward and his Mrnndmother, Mrs. Clara Ward of Dyes.s, Ark. Mrs. Mae FJvi'lyn Tippy and Mrs, Ward were hostesses. YVVA Meeting- Conducted in Home , Members of ti'f 1 Young; Women's in a i Auxiliary nf Armorel Baptist floral desijm mtton dress in black Church met Friday for a monthly and white wii-h black nraj.ssfirirs. missionary pro^rnm, ''Lifting the and WHS given a corsage of red Leper." with Alberta Webb as hosti •[ n ' tftn . sl i carnations. , _ 11 They: Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Following, group singing from'Sikesion, ' L. *-.- Anderson, the Broom's moth- j Woldon McCann . gav< dress. *ncouptewere ieatedw. n- tered with an epergne filled with rtlbrum lilies, and pink carnations Mrs, nccompiimerj iroin tjiKesion, • <••>• •"• ^imc.-f.vm. tuc muuni.i mum-i - r"",\ '" de\o- Mo'bvMr and Kirs Bob Tyrone. ; er .Mrs. Mark Anderson. Mrs. J. D. | llon ' l! - Martha Dyer program di' M'V nnd Mrs \V. O. Reeves, Sr., i Anderson. Mrs. E. T. Hubbard, Mrs. ; rreior, was assisieri by Elnora and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd i Frank Ashby, and Mrs. Erie Hall, [ Bp(1ir£ !'. 1 . nr1lty .. W A i ' Margle Bcard spent the week end in Little Rock. ' all of Blytheville. \s were week end guests [ ^ wh|te Iace ,. |o(h „„,,.,„,,, |he , , r. .and Mrs. B B C cH , . nll . nhmmi i able . which wris CCI1 . interspersed with American beau- ' wiule I ho. Dodds weie the house- 1 ler( , d wim R |)ow| nf |)lnk and ty maline bow-knols. The entire B»osls of Mr and Mis . Jo, .. B. . room was illuminated by candle- " avls . formerly or BI.MtK .Mile. ( . al . ]laUons . Indlvjdu ,,| rakps wllh Ulc nimcs ,. V(M . a lri Unm „ w Following the fried chicken dinner, the couples danced- Miss Ethelyn Fletcher complimented Mrs. Snow Wilson Friday jnorning with an informal party ai, her home. Twenty guests called between the hours of ten and twelve. The refreshments table, overlaid by a lace cover, WHS centered with j L j John, hnvp relumed from through the Smoky AlounUinfi. nnd in Chapel Hill, N. C., where they vi*i!f:d u' ll » friends. Mr.s. Mt:l Hay. Mrs. W. E. Raspberry and Mrs. Rnlxirt Doyle spent wpfk end at C.-imp Chalice with Pvt.. Hny, Pvt- Raspberry, and Pvt. Doyle, who are ^•Former Resident trip ' . and Alberta Webb. Two quests, Freda McCann of Little Rock, ami Wilma Webb attended the meeting. ^-, . j-, 1MB / / Coming Events g y g ue Burnett At the Hospitals Hlyllievillc HoiplUI Dismissed: Richard Lott, City Mm. fred Turnage, and baby, City S. H. Bherrer, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Hf len Buzby, Aromrel Mrs. Hugh Hudson, City Mrs. Fred Proctor, and baby, City Mrs. Dwlght Smith and baby, City Mrs. Clyde Patton, and baby City Mattie Williams, Osceola Vacuum bottles can be made sanitary with a baking soda solution shaken around Inside. Finish with a hot rinse and invert the container to dry. Rub the corks and other closures with moist baking soda and then rinse. HonOrPrl Of PnrfV B »S"«*S Women's Circle o I IWI IWiCU Ul I UI ty Mlen . s MKsioniu - y society of Monday Circles One and Two oi the f Wo. Trin! ity Baptist mcvl jointly at the Mrs. .1. L. NfilH'r.s vv;is hcxitess at church ;it 7:,'JO p. m. for potluck her home yestenlay nrtrrnoon lor a supper followed by program and drop-in I'nrty to coniplirne:it her i business meeting, week end housesuest. Miss Hinh Lee! Business Women's Circle ol Woof Nashville, Tcniv. \vh<i is a Inrmer. mcn'.i Mispionary Union of the mixed summer flowers. An assort ment of canapes and sweet.s filled the table. The honoree wore a brown linen dress with a matching stole. Baughmans Given Dinner Party basic traininjf j resident, and teacher nf Blythcville.; Flt '- st Baptist Church has meeting ! Guests culled informally between I wi _ !h D !"- Kdmi_ Nies. Hood has rcfurned the hours of four and six in the O" I afternoon. Niagara Falls, and points of in-j Assorted party foods and punch! term in the north. She was ac- j were served from the dining room i companied by her cousin. Mrs. J. table, which held Miss Ann if* from a. vacation I rip to Toledo, D, Slarnes, and children of Mcrn- I Phis. | Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Bcall and j sons. Tonimy nnd John, of Wilson i are spending several days here as Members of ths: Woman's So-; i ciety for Christian Service of the i ! F'*\st Methodist Church meet, in i Circles as follows: Circle One with! , Mrs. H. W. Wylie at 1127 West; centerpiece of Mnjn 5:trf , ct; circle Two with Mrs. j guests of their parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. P. ft. Cooley. Miss Miixine Kill and Miss Rosand ciiikirrn spent last, week on vaca- Yarbro Club was the setting Friday evening for a dinner party given to compliment Lt. nnd Mrs. James M. Baughman. when mem-, Biloxi, Miss., where they bers of the family entertained. j tioned last wock. Lt. Baughman has Just returned i Mr. and Mrs. William from duty in Korea. Out-of-town; nnd children spent last guests for the affair were Mr. and i Kentucky Lake where they joined a Mrs. Jack Flaherty nf Muskogee. j I ):irLV ° J relittives Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pur- tlft o! Helena. Pastels formed the color scheme, carried out in table decorations lor was assisted in fierving and entertaining by her daughter, Mr. O. T. Elliott. Jr. dinner. Following dinner, guests i played bunco, with high srore poinp ; to Robert Thompson, bunco., to Wai- ; ter Barnes, and low to Billy Joe Nelson, Duplicate Game Winners Named Mrs. Frank GrlRsDy and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins wore the winners of first plane In duplicate bridge scores Saturday afternoon when members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League played a!. Hotel Noble. | Winners of second place were Mrs. Matt Monaghan and Mrs. Joe Per- j guscm, with third place, coins to \ Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. C. B. i Etchieson. ' Former Resident Marries in Missouri Miss Betty Leutherman of Bell, Calif., became the bride, of Gene Kiny, a (firmer Blytheville resident, and brother of Mrs. W. C. Darby of Blylht'Ville, and of the Rev. Da- pastel snapdragons in a ciystal : Jerry H earn on North Ruddle howl, with crystal candelabra, hold-i R 0a d wjth Mrs . shields Edwards | ing pastel tapers. t as C o-hostrss; Circle Three with! Assorted garden flowers were use.d Mrs. J. W. Adams nt Division! throughout the. hostesses home. She nnd Hoarn Streets; Circle Four! with Mrs. John Cnudill . at ,10121 H My Streel; Circle Five with Mrs. | .}. A. Bryant at 1900 West Hearn! Street with Mrs. S. E. Dunk ley) ns co-hostcps: Circle Six with Mrs. ] Ray Price at 1021 .^est Hearn | Street: and Circle Seven w.ith Mrs. I E. B. Speath. Jr.. at 2228 Kenwood] Drive. All Circles meet at 3 p. m. j except Circle Seven which meets \ at 8 p. m. i Tuesday i Mrs. R. A. Ciivny is hostess to; members of the Octave Club. i American Le:-ion Auxiliary meets '• Simply styled but with a lot of charm and smartness is this date rlrp*.?; to delight the junior. Shoe- .string ties accent the sleeves and neck; skirt is full and flared- Pattern No, 1403 is a sew-rite per- fora ted pattern in sizes 11. 13 13, 14, ]6. 8. Size 12, 3?.i yards of 42-inch. For thi« pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 372 W- Quincy St., Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION for '53. Fall and Winter, is a complete guide to planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Dr. Michpel Samuchin for the lime being, has closed his Veterinary Practice at address 1020 No. Highway 61, telephone 4121. A new opening will be advertised LITTLt LIZ— A smart girl is one who realizes (hot a rosebud mouth looks best closed. «Ht»« MEYER & CHILES ENGINEERS P.O. Box 778 1st National Bank Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. J, W. Meyer Blyttieville, Ark. Phones Office 2261 Res. 8661 R.L 'Bob' Chiles Osceola. Ark. Phone 991 Professional Engineer License No. 333 Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Time* LAST TIMES TONITB Double Featur* —PLUS— BARBARA STANWYCK .-*• BARRY SOUl VAN-RALPH Mf[K[R Bible Class Has Meeting Here Don't make your trash can an ideal breeding ground for flies. Wash out cans and bottles thoroughly before discarding them, and to protect your pets be sure all sharp edges are flattened and lids cut completely off cans. Too many kittens have caught their heads in cans with lids only partly off. Mrs. A. C. Hflley and Mrs. M, G. Goodwin nnd Mrs. Lots More-land were hostesses Friday afternoon nt the First Methodist Church for members of the Ladies Bible Class, with Mrs. W. I. Denton pre.';klinK Mrs. Hattie Hunter presented HIP ' itl'tbe American Legion Hut. devotional, "Understanding'." and offered prayer. Mrs. Roy I. Batzlry gave a report of (lie Methodist Cellulose tape, wrapped around vour hand with sticky side out ,is • ideal for removing lint from cloth-' ing. Pat clothing gently, and thej tape picks up the lint. ' OWN YOUR HOME! Some Builders Build Just Houses, But We Have Built You a Home! THREE beautiful Brick homes to choose from. Built of tho rery best materials throughout. Large Lifetime Geneva kitchens. Forced Air Central heating systems. Partially Air Conditioned. Tiled Baths, equipped with American Standard colored fixtures. Insulated walls and ceilings. These houses have 2 bedrooms and den or can be used conveniently a? 3 bedrooms. Car ports or attached garage. Larp landscaped lots on paved streets. Located at 504 Hardin Street, 1104 & 1108 ts'orth Fifth Street In Country Club Area Addition. Open for inspection Sunday 2 to 6 P.M. Week days by appointment. See or Call Johnny Marr or Russell Marr Realtors and Builders Phone 4111 Res. Phone 2596 ALSO METRO NEWS TUES, WED & THURS Double Feature —PLUS— StORftlllt WAJlN«RCOLOft A -VIRGINIA .GIBSON; BILL HAYES % ^H^^". 1 ^ 1 J D ^ >fU ^iT^- "W W-*"""" CARTOON: Fraldy Cat the Country CJub Bridge League play nt Convocation .she recently attended vkl Kin?; ol Bernie, Mo., June 20 j in Philadelphia. • at, Bnll. Lo.s Angles. Refreshments were The pardon wedding, performed 1JJ 10 hostesses during nt the home of hnr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moses King, was followed wllh a reception. Following a brief wedding trip, the groom sailed aboard t.he US Navy B-l-l for overseas fluty (.he bride will cnniinue lo live her psiiTiiis until hi.s rchirn. and served uy the social Birthday Party Given at Home Because Eonny Ellis was seven years old Saturday, he was honored with a birthday party durtnt; (he afternoon, when eight of his friends were invited to his home. Party games were played nn (j ie lawn, and prizes were awarded to Paula Hutson and Dewain Lee Tinker. Ice cream and cake were served by his mother, Mrs, William Ellis, •who was assisted by Mrs. Herman Tinker. Armorel GA Has Program Meeting i .Members of the Girl's Auxiliary . of the Armorel BuptisL Chu 1 , t;;itjiprecl for the pronrain "Lifting ! the Leper," at tlie church Thurs- j cl»y. ! Mai-io Kdmondson, Shirley Rich- I nrrison, r'ntty Dyer. Barbara Ed- I mnnson tiave the pro-^rnm. after : which they were dismissed by i nrnyer. Armorel HDClub Meets for Lunch Mrs. Ta ft. Metzgor was .hostess lo 10 members of the ,Ar morel Home Demonstration Club at nor iuiiuf Fridny. for potluck iunchnnu followed by business session conducted 'jy Mrs. Marry Mrs. W. L. Smith was in charge of rocrt'iition and awarded RJIIIIR Duplicate the !ub. Wednesday High Two _,rk;«e Club meets wilh Mrs. Bill Hodge. jc^inncrs Duplicate Bridge Lr • ?ue has in Mirror Room of Hotel Noble . -.'n^wooci Home Demonstration Club meets at the. _!ubhouHe. Tliursdiiy Duplical.n Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble . La Nuevc Club i;-; to be enter - laincri by M; .. Newton Whitis. pri/es to Mrs. Metzger flnc l Mrs. Weldon McCann. Their next meeting will he held nt the Rustic Inn on July 30. IS SO FUST Comforts So Quick OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! •W!MHBIBBMI MK WK HICK H H • HM HH H _.<•««. •.«• •)••„ ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT CARTOON & 2-REEL COMEDY TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD Cartoon: (Joofy fiymnastics AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen io KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 1 p.m. for Kit/. & Knxy Pros ram An 11011 iu:c merits 11 a.m. anil 5:30 p.m. for Ktarvue. LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News & Cartoon: Much Ado About 1TECHNICOLOR==£=3 Nutting RITZ GUESTS Mrs. Gladys Baker & Son Mr. & Mrs. Hilly King & Family Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Atkinson Mr. & Airs. Varnal Deal & Family TUESDAY ONLY i • HOWARD KEEL-JUNE GREER-PATRICIA PLUS SELECTED SHORTS RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Airs. Kennelh I'off Miss (irralclinc Lislon Mr. & Mrs. H. I). Halford Mr. & Mrs. 1'iuil l.nflin JIEDE SALE STARTS TOMORROW JULY, 21 All Summer Dresses and Sportswear for Ladies, Teens and Children! You will also find great values in many items during this sale JIEDEL'S Air Conditioned for Your Comfort

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