The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 22, 1953
Page 4
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/AGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society, NewA Pat MulMns, Society Editor * Phon* 4461 Country Club League Meets A seven-table Howell movement was conducted last nlRht for members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League, when they met at the Country Club for a weekly gathering. Winners of the session wore Mrs. B, A. Lynch and Mrs. Eugenia Jen- Kins, first place, Mrs. Joe Ferguson . and Mrs. Frank GriRsby, .second j with Mr. W. D- Chamblin and j vir- H, C. Sim's, third place. j Yesterday marked the first bridse' class to be held at Hotel Noble and ; sponsored by the Country Club i • Feagin-Allen Wedding Plans Are Announced The wedding of Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin of Webster Groves, Mo., to U- Rives Calvin Allen of the Marines will take place at 8:30 o'clock the evening of August 15 In Webster Groves Presbyteilan Church. The Rev. Dr. Harry T. Scherer Is to officiate. The bride-elect, who announced her engagement in March, is the daughter of Lawrence B. Feagin of Webster Groves, and the late Mrs. Feagin. Lt. Allen, who was commissioned at Vanderbilt University! League. The classes are being taught at commencement, is the son of I by O. S. Crowel! at 1:45 p.m. on Mrs. Rives Calvin Allen, and the late j Tuesdays anrl Fridays at the Hotel. Mr. Allen. Eighteen attended yesterday's class. Miss Feagin, who was homecoming queen at Vanderbilt last year, will be attended by her sister, Mrs. Robert C. Hyndma: Bridesmaids will be Rountree and Miss Mnry Charlotte Moore of Nashville, and Miss Clare Stevenson, Miss Barbara Lundstrom and Miss Daphne Sprinkel of Webster Groves. Lt. Allen will have 11 atetndants. His cousin, John Charles White will serve as best man. Ushers are to be John Ed Regenold, Marion Smith, Perry Rothrock, E. B. Gee, Jr., and Russell Phillips, Jr., all of Blytheville; Michael Lakos of Mobile, Ala.; James Walker of Morganfield. ky.; Ben A. Roderick of Canton, O.; Richard Poster of Memphis, and Robert C. Hyndman of Chicago. Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann of Blytheville and Paul A- Majersky are to sing during the ceremony which will be followed by a reception to be given by Mr. Teagin at Algonquin Golf Club. Many parties, several of them ihowers, are being given Jor the bride-elect. Lt. Allen and his bride will live in Quantico, Va. Bits of News / Royal Service an of Chicago. I n /"^ ' MISS Ann Boyce | Prog ram G i ven Miss Minnie Brown, who has been ill at her home for the past three months Is reported to be much 1m- 3roved, and has re-opened her bus- icss. Mrs., J. L. Lewis and daughter, Miss Mary Lynn Lewis, and Miss Lorraine Fisher, all of Lake Village, Ark., have been the guests of Mrs. Lewis' sister, Mrs. Charles Penn, and family for several days. Mrs. J. O. Soratt and Glen Carson left for Little Rock, where Glen will enter St. Vincents Infirmary to undergo surgery Thursday morning. C'apt. and Mrs. Charles L. Elslander announce the birth of their first child, a son, whom they have named Charles Leslie, Jr. Mrs. Elsliuider is making her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Slanderer of Marie, Ark., while C'apt. Elslander is serving with Birthday Party Given for Visitor Tommy Wayne Lonif of St. Louis was complimented by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, R. W. Meadow, on his birthday with a party for 32 guests. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Long of St. Louis, former residents of Bly- thcvllle. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Horace Helton and daughters of Joncsboro. and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Long of Batesvllle. Ice cream and cake were served during the afternoon. HD Club Has Meeting Here Mrs. Forrest Moore entertained eight members and one new member, Mrs. Rube Warren, of the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club Monday at her home for a semi-monthly business meeting. WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 195S DYESS NEWS By MRS. J. L. JACOIIS Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Stanrod of Wilson visited In the Emery Hall home Saturday arternoon. Norman James, now employed at Pine Bluff, spent the weekend here with his family. Miss Hazel Woodruff of Lepanto spent Thursday with her sister Mrs. Morris Ward and Mr. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allen and children, Mrs. Homer Carey ana son Homer, left Thursdaw for Hockford 111., to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill King. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Holland and children visited In parts of Missouri three days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Punk Hal« ind children and Dale Wlnnlngham returned Saturday morning Jrom Grand Junction, Colo., where they were visiting Mrs. Male's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, H. Yutes, and other relatives. Mrs. Roy Chappie and Mrs. Raymond Young left Thursday night for Pontiac, Mich., to join their husbands. Miss Jo Ann Cash is spending this week in New Orleans visiting her sister, Mrs. Louise Garrett and family. C. C. Holland came from Pine Bluff Friday night to spend the week end here with his fami.y. Miss Shirley Henard underwent an apendectomy Thursday <it Hospital. She is the school secretary here and Miss Harilean Hall is sub- stitut secretary while she is ill. Miss Betty Hendon left Saturday i for Chicago. 111., She was accom- Mrs. Emry Tan is m Methodist j p!m icd to Aurora, 111., by Misses ospital. where her condition is re- i A ]i ce Taff and Lou Don Ray who "•'" H to be serious. Burros Protected SACREMENTO, Calif. MV-Shoo jug the little burros roaming th California deserts—for dog food o merely lor target practice—use to be common. But a new law makes sue slaughter a misdemeanor punish able by as much as a year In la and a »1,000 fine, , The group repeated the Woman's ; Tom Wood for several weeks Creed in unison as a devotional. , Louis Orphanage in Jack Robinson home meeting was dismissed. Montlcello. Mrs. gave a talk Mrs. W. E. Edmondson was hostess to members of the Woman's (he army ln Kore ^ Missionary Society of the Armorcl p v t. James B. \ Baptist Church at her home last night, when nine members attended the Royal Service program. "Lilting I he Leper," directed by Mrs. Adrian Russell. Following group singing Mrs. W. L. Smith offered the opening prayer and Mrs. Weldon McCann gave Westbrook, who is stationed at Fort Hood, Tex., spent the week end here with his wife, the former Miss Patricia Hearn, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Westbrook. He was accompanied back by Mrs. Westbrook, who has been making her home here with her parents while he was in basic training Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Two-Week Revival Meeting Planned A revival meeting is scheduled to begin July ?7 at QosneU Baptist. Church and continue through Aug. 7, with the Rev. D. B. Bledsoe, pastor of the Wilson Baptist Church conducting the services. Edwin Barger of Blytheville will direct music for the two week revival. the devotional. Mrs. Hugh Dixon, Mrs. Edmond- n, Mrs. N. C. Patterson, Mrs, Tom [ "re the parents of a daughter, their Watson, Mis. C. C. Elliott and Mrs. , first ch "d, who was born Thursday Charles Brown participated on the } "> Walls Hospital. Cindy Ann Is program. Mrs. Brown offered the benediction. | ew. William Williams, of Memphis.! K - s .sirring at the Ellis Auditorium Supoer Is Given For Ruth Class A hamburger and watermelon supper was attended by H members of the Ruth Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church last night when they gathered at | Elmwood. 111., after a two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Roy White an children of Wasco. Calif., spen Sunday night with his sister, Mrs Fred Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Butler Mrs May Butler and Mrs. Fred Dalla motored to Des Arc, and Stutgar Sunday to take Misses Maureei Butler and Miss Dorene Winning ham to spend the week with Misse Janice Craig and Meridith Ann Hoi loway. Gus Elbert, layman at Weslyai Parish Methodist Church. Blythe vine, preached at the morning services at Dyess and Whitton churche: Mrs. Eberdt and daughter, Mrs Frank McDonald and daughter Prances accompanied Mr- Eberdt. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Estes are the parents of a daughter, born July 12 at Wedron, 1)1., They have two sons, Paul and Jimmie. Mrs Estes is the former Miss Lavcrn East, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence East of Dyess. i __ _ vvi A revival is in progress at the Their mother, Mrs. Clovis Williams, j Friday night. Mtes Ollie Faye'"k'ar- Church of Christ. The Rev. Demon Mrs. John Young of Memphis Is , vlsltinR hcr Mr and Doss. Jack Marshall and miels returned Friday from I, 111. j Tommie Ward left Monday for Miss Pegsy Balch spent tiaturday afternoon with Miss Ann Taff. Miss Jo Ann Balch spent Saturday afternoon with Miss Ellen Harris. WMtl members of the Assembly of God Church gave a niiscellane- Konmson gave a talk on i ..."«v..,. r *^L , ut ^ UQ unurcn gave a nnscenane- decoration. after which the I I ' ayeUevllle to attend the state 4-H j O us shower for Mr. and Mrs. Junior club meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Bubel Williams nave as guests a niece, Helen and a nepll- Brown Saturday nt the church. Bobby Harris and Miss Ruby Harris att.-:n:cd the Blsckwood Broth- and infant son are in the Metnodist Hospital. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nichols and children returned to their home ris accompanied them home for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dodge City. Kansas.. the home of their teacher, Mrs. W. W. Mitchell. Guests included Miss Betty Henson, guest of Miss Shirley Shep- Patton i P cr d, Miss Grace Raper of Bripgs- Mrs. Tankersley Honored at Shower At the Hospitals Blythcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Richard Olsen and City. baby, Sew-Easy Tots' Frocks Two adorable dresses for the preschool age tot. Easy to sew, and trimmed with bright contrast. Two patterns. Mrs, E. J, Tankersley was honored last, night with a miscellaneous shower pivcn Mrs. Bobby Cresap nnd Miss Sara Harrison at the Harrison home on Cherry Street Mrs. Tankcrsley Is the former Miss Mary Ruth Porter. Mrs. Tankersley chose for the evening's entertainment, a laven- dar sundress, finished with a fitted jacket with three-quarter length sleeves In n matching striped design. She \va.s given a corsage ol American Beauty roses. Mrs. Dewey Porter, the honoree's mother, wore a green and white cotton dress. The evening: was spent informally and refreshments were served from the dining room table, which was centered with n crystal bowl holdinp yellow roses. Summer ffow- rr.s were used throughout the entertaining rooms. the name chosen for ficr. Mrs. Pattern is the former Miss Lota Rose Casllio. Mrs.. Mable Prvtton, of Newport, the baby's grandmother, has visit. arrived for several days Mrs. Jack Wilson and daughter. Sue Quinn, and Mrs. Melvin Speck mid daughter, Betty Lyn, of Osce- pla visited their aunt, Mrs. Virgil Greene, and family yesterday. Mrs. T. K. Mahan and children, Tom, Jim, and Bill, of Grand Junction, Colo., have arrived to be the guests of Mrs. T. J. Mahan and family. ville, Ark., and Miss Jones. vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nichols and Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Sornson- John Wallace and came down from Pontisc, Mich., Miss Melba Hill, president, presided in a business session folli in{? supper. Miss June Veach was elected vice president by acclamation. She appointed Miss Shepperd, Miss Ann Hester, and Miss Frances Slayton as group captains, and divided the class into groups. Beverly j Tuesday. Mitchell Forrester returned with them Friday. By Sue Burnett Pattern No. V "4 is a sew rite perforated pattern in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6 years. Size 2, i yard each M stripe and plain fabric in 39-inch. Pattern No. 8625 is a sew-rit« perforated pattern in sizes 2, 3. 4, 5, 6 years. Size 3, HB yards of 39-inch; % yard contrast. Tor these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired, and the PAT- ,TBRN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, ; Courier News, 312 W. Qulncy St., Chicago 6. III. Basic FASHION Jor '53, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide 'n planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed Inside the book. Send 25 cents today. WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Mrs. Calvin Hollingsworth was hostess to members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church Monday evening, when' 14 members and one guest, Mrs. Russell Bunch attended. Mrs. James M. Besharse, Jr., program director for the evening's pro- Osceola Visitor Is Complimented OSCEOLA — Mrs. George Balleou complimented Mrs. C. H. weathersby of Jnckson, Miss., with a dinner party followed by games of pitch this week during her stay In Osceola. The small tables where guests were seated were centered with red roses tied with yellow maline and vantage points throughout the house carried out the same floral motif. In the games p-iyra following dinner, Mrs. J. W. Whltworth won high score and Mrs. Tal Tongate won low. The honoree was presented with a silver nut illsh. pram, "Taking Christ To Industrial Workers," was assisted bv Mrs. WD. Hammond, and Mrs. sihy Chapman. Mrs. John Burton offered prayer and a short business session was conducted by Mrs. Besharse. Diirinujhe octal hour. Mrs. Carlton Stiles was complimented with a layette shower. Coming Events Wednesday High Two Bridge Club meets with Mrs. Bill Hodge. -ieginners Duplicate Bridge L-'sue has meeting in Mirror Room of Hotel Noble . Jogwood Home Demonstration Club meets at tho lubhouse. Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has day where Mr. Clanton is employed meeting at Hotel Noble . I La Nueve Club is to be entertained by M- Newton Whitis. Friday Mrs. A. S. Harrison is hostess at her home for the Vendredi Bridge Club. The board of directors have officially announced that school will begin at Dyess July 27. Mrs. H. R. Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Garrison of I ^M.. b ^ ^ILJ. 111,11.3,1.],. are visiting • her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris. Mr .and Mrs. J. J. Smith and children, left Wednesday night for their home at Farmington, III., after Sonny Wood ; a t\vo week vacation here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nichols. Miss Alice Holland is in St. Louis, visiting her sister, Miss Margaret Holland. H. H. Crawford, Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels and son. Crawfoid were in Blytheville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Noblm of Jonesboro spent Friday in D.vess with their son, Bill Noblin, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tyler and daughter. Sherry, of Whitton visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler, Saturdady. Mr- and Mrs. Sonny Carson are the parents of a daughter, born July 14 at the Lepanto Clinic. M. Neal of Jackson, Tenn., is conducting the services. Mrs. D. M. Neal and children of Jackson, Tenn., are here visiting her sister, Mrs, Everett Eubanks, and family. The Baptist revival will begin August 9 with the Rev. H. B. Stone conducting the services. Mrs. Bill Gower and Miss Janell Cox of Memphis spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cox. fiead Courier News Classified Ad*. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14t & 39c At All Times WED & THURS Double Feature CARTOON: Fniidy Cat Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Modessitt and daughters, Mary Mae. Aubrey and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clanton and sons moved to Morganza, La.. Mon- George, and Miss Ima Charlotte Jnnies, went to Bono Saturday to visit the Rev. and Mrs. M J. Pollard until Tuesday. The Rev. and Mrs- W. W. Peterson spent Friday night in Ste^le, Mo., as guests of the Rev. Calvin Smith and family. Mrs. Lillian Larue and daughter, Frank J Diane of Bassett, spent the week " end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W: L. Williams. Airs. Mary MiteheM 1 of Dyess will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cole Co-Ed Shrine Group EL PASO, Tex. quarters of a new I* — Head- Shrine organization, the International Sover Order of Devils, Is in El Paso. The new order was the idea of Mrs. Polly Prltchett, high priestess; of the El Paso ladles of the Oriental Shrine. The organization is open to Shriners and their wives. ' A fellow shouldn' t ,odmit he owes everything to his wife. She might try to Collect. ent*» OPENS 7^00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. nnd 4 p.m. for RUz & UoXy Frog-ram Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Stnrvue. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY & FRIDAY SCAREDStlFF .-G!OraK.lEffi.OCBOIHVMAlONE.WIUI»MCHlK ,., -. •'•^fa- H PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON: Operation Sawdust RIT2 GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. James Gil! & Family Mr. & Mrs. .lames Baughnian Mr. & Mrs. .lames Middlefon & Family Mr. & Mrs. Howard Johnson & Family 2 SHOWS EVERY N1TE! RAIN or SHINE! 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