The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 23, 1953
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~. FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUHIER JfEWt THURSDAY, JULY «, 1981 ocietu, Fat MulMni, Society Editor » Miss Girdley, George Green To Wecf Here Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Girdley of Keiser, Ark., are today announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mfei Dorothy Ann Girdley, to George Roland Green, son of Mrs. Carl Green of Blytheville and the late Mr. Green- Miss Girdley was graduated from Gulf Park College, in Gulf port, Miss., and from the University 01 Arkansas, Fayetteville, where she was a member of the Delta Gamma Sorority. Mr. Green is » graduate oJ Blytheville High School and is co-owner of the Green Brothers Dairy. The wedding is to be solemnized August 23 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Blytheville. Bridge Dessert Is Given For Miss Taylor Another pre-nuptial event given to compliment Miss Ida Vivian Taylor, who will be honored at a number of parties before her August marriage to Paul David Foster, Jr., was a dessert bridge given by Mrs. Toby Long In her home last evening. Mrs. Adam Harman Taylor,, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. G. W, Dillahunty, her grandmother, were dessert guests at the party. For the affair, Miss Taylor was dressed in in a linen ensemble fashioned with a toast .tan skirt and white blouse. She wore matching accessories, and was given & cor- •age of yellow carnations. Guests were seated at three care tables, which held centerpieces of pink roses. Winners of the bridge games were Miss Margery Hale, first place, and Mrs. L. E. Old, •econd. Miss Taylor Was presented a gift in her silver pattern. Manila Resident To Be Married In Fall Wedding MANILA — Mr. and MM. A. C. Guntcr of Manila announce the en- cnKcment of their daughter, Mls« Nola Jcane Guntor, to Raymond Merry of Plymouth, Masd. The bride-elect attended Southern Baptist College at Walnut nidge, ""d will be graduated from Arkansas State College In Jonesboro this fall. Mr. Merry was graduated from Massachusetts State Teachers College nt Bridgewater, did graduate work at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis and Is now working on his doctors' degree at Peabody College in Nashville. Tenn. Mr. Merry is elementary director of education at Caruthersville, Mo. The wedding will be solemnized n the late fall at the First Baptist Church In Manila. Miss Nola Jeane Gunter Election Conducted by Auxiliary BETROTHAL IS ANNOUNCED — Miss Dorothy Ann Girdley of Keiser, Ark., is betrothed to George Roland Green, son of Mrs. Carl Green of Blythevillc and the late Mr. Green, it is announced today by parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Girdley of Keiser. A late August wedding Is planned by the couple. Beginner's Meet At Hotel Noble At a weekly meeting of the Beginner's Duplicate Bridg" League at Hotel Noble, a nine-table Mitchell movement was conducted, with Mrs. C. C. Councille, directing. North and South winners were Mrs. O. W. McCutehen and Mrs. 3. W. Adams, first place, Mrs. F. W. Whitner and Mrs. A. H. McManus, second place, Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Jimmie Richardson, third place; and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Bancroft Terry, fourth place. East and West winners were Mrs. Lynn Brown and Mrs. H. C. Sims, first place; Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr., Bits of News Mrs. Paul Lloyri. Mrs. MyvUe Phillips and Mrs. Harman Taylor. and daughter. Miss Vivian Taylor, spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss June Veach will spend this week end in Memphis as the guest of friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Dcskin were In Memphis this week to meet their daughter, Mrs. J. A. .Becker, and son, Jnck, of Phoenix, Ariz., who arrived to spend several days icre. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Johnson are .he. parents of a third daughter, Whom they have nnmed Sara Vlarie. Their other children are Carolyn Sue nnd Mary Elizabeth. Miss Margie swam of Memphis. s spending this week ns the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli- gnh Swain, nnd son, Leonard. She ipent livst week end In Nashville, ?onn,, where she attended the Grnml Ol' Opry. nnd Mrs. Oeorpe A. Sol- ord and children, George Anthony, At the Hospitals BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Maud Smotherman, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: , Mrs. P. N. Killabrew, city. Daniel Cuniga, Cooler. Mrs. William Bryoans, and baby, Oscfiola. Miss Prances Jean England, city. Mathelma Ford, city. Mrs. Wayne C. Macky, Manila. Mrs. Myrtle Little. Hornersvtlle. Tom Slayton, Holland. Mrs. Jennie Nash. city. Jimmy Palmer, city. Edna Coleman, city. Jo Rce PrufT. city. Chester Taylor, Jr., city. Mrs. iiilizabeth Love and city. Mrs. Orady Sims, city. An election of officers, review of* -he past year's work and selection of delegates to the state convention n Little Rock, were the highlights Tuesday evening at the meeting of ,he American Legion Auxiliary at ,he American Legion Hut. New officers Include Mrs. j. F. 3rownson, president; Mrs. Paul Malon, first vice president; Mrs. Ben VTays, second vice president; Mrs. Vllke Simon, secretary; Mrs. Jimmy Harding, treasurer; Mrs. Helen Zeler, chaplain; Mrs- Emil Damon, eer- eant-at-arms; and Mrs. John Hart, listorian. Delegates selected to attend the onvention were Mrs. Brownson, Mrs. Prank Olession, Mrs. Hart, Mrs. Marshall Blackard, Mrs, Marvin Lane, Mrs. Margaret McGregor an( Mrs. Elton Foster. Among the outstanding accomplishments of the year, for the 109 members, are the organization of a Big Sister program, with Mrs. Lane and Mrs. Charles Cronk as chairmen; organization of a Negro unit with Mrs. Lane and Mrs. McGregor as chairmen; distribution of clothing and food to 25.children and eight adults, and donation of blood, WMU Circle Has Meeting at Home Mrs. El vie Gean was a guest Tuesday night when Mrs- Mary May was hostess at her home to seven members of Circle Three of Calvary Baptlfit Church. Opening prayer was offered by Mrs. Janie Ross, the business session was presided over by Mre- C. S. Birmingham, and the closing prayer was given by Mrs. May. Refreshments were served during the social hour. HOLLAND NEWS By Mm, Ed Hampton, Jr. Club Entertained The Town and Country Club was entertained twice last week Wednesday, Mrs. Noble Capehart received the club into her home for their regular weekly party, Friday Mrs. Max Parker, recently moved from Holland to the Parkers' former home at Kmsnr, entertained the c,ub with a bridge luncheon. Scouls Take Trip days earlier, returned Sunday with the family. After two weeks In Waynetown, Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Capehart and visiting housegueet and granddaughter, Keitha Lynn Hud- yon of Birmingham, arrived Friday after two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Capehart. The Russel Tal- butts of Washington, D. C., Mr. centlr underwent surgery »t Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Reynolds, whost room is 712A, may be able to return home late next week with his wife, who has remained with him during hospltalizatlon. Having spent most of June and July at Cedar Lodge, a lutnmer camp near Doniplmn, Mo., Paula Reardon returned to Caruthersville Sunday with her father, Paul Reardon, an uncle, Wilson Real don, and granddmother, Mrs. Nancy Reardon, where she was met by her mother, Mrs. Arnold Moon. From PortagevUle, Sarah Ann Barnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barnett. and Dianne Drerup, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Drerups, accompanied Mary Jo Hampton home Wednesday to re- min for a week. Mary Jo liad visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Sr- During the year, they sent 9 packages overseas, 10,000 magazines and books to Lamar 88 Veterans Hospital In Memphis, and 180 gifta were personally delivered to the hospital. They conducted ,«. memorial service on Memorial Day and sent girls to Girl's State In Little Rock. The Red Cross and the Community :hest received donations from the group. Coming Events Thursday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble . La Nlleve Club Is to be entertained by M. Newton Whltis. Friday Mrs. A. S. Harrison Is hostess at Daoy ' j her home for the Vendredi Bridge .net Mrs. Matt Monaghan, second , and p nmc lu Lynn, 2, loft Blytlie- place; Mrs. Crawford Noble nndjvllle this monlli for Wcstovcr Air Mrs. \V. A. AHllck. third plnce, nnd ' Force Base, Mass.. nnd flew to Mrs. B. B. Gee and Mrs. C. E. Crigger, fourth place. Plastic or pliofilm sandwich bags make ideal covers for sterling-silver ashtrays when not In use. Keeps them from tarnishing, and ever- ready to place before guests. Club. Delicate glassware Is dried most safely by turning it over on a towel or rubber drainer. Want to score a chuck or round steak before braising il? Just cut through the i;urfiu;e fibres of the meat in a criss-cros.s pattern. Beta Lambda Club Conducts Election McAndrews Air Force Base, Newfoundland, whore he will be stationed for three years. Sfjt. Selford was stationed at BlyUievtlie Air ptone. ",.. . panlod next week by Dr. Edna Niofi and Mis;; Dawn Fletcher of Osraila to Eslcs Purk, Colo., for a month'.s vacation. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Bush have NOW YOU CAN LICK ATHLETE'S FOOT WITH KERATOLYTIC ACTION T-4-L. a keratolytlc fungicide. SLOUGHS OFF the tainted outer Kkin. exposing burled funal and kills on contact. Lei\vrs sitin like hnby's. In Just ONE HOUR. If not pleased, your 40c hnck (it n'ny drug :itore. Today at Klrby Bros. Drug To, WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. John L. Fowler, Ptf. vs. No. 12442 Carol Fowler, Dft. The defendant, Carol Fowler, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, John L. Fowler. Dated this 14 day o! July, 1953. Geraldine Liston, Clerk By Geraldine Liston Claude P. Cooper, atty lor pU. Ed B- Cook, atty. ad litem. LITTLB LIZ- That silly expression on some folks' faces may come from Irying to resemble their latest photo- 'rotnpi DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 4507 Ro*re: 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. with Dellyerj (« 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St. W. H. Payne. Dr. Carl Mies leaves tonight for Shelbyville, Mo., where Dr. Edna Nies has been for two weeks as the guest of her sister, Mi's. Harry j returned from a 10-day vacation In i Members of the Beta Lambda Club met at the home of Mrs. J. A. Saliba last night for election of officers and following the business i is the former Miss Virginia meeting, a card party. ] Payne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Gladys Ackle of Joiner was elected president, and other officers include Mrs. Woodrow Pardee- cy of Luxora, vice president; Mrs. Ralph Kouri of Biytheville. treasurer, and Mrs. C. W. Puch of Osceola,secretary. During the social hour, card games were conducted, afte: which refreshments were served. Guests included Mrs. Joe Saliba and daughter, Norma. oJ Dalton, Ala., Mrs. Mamie Haddad of Vicks- Burg, Mfes., Mrs. George Shibley of Dayton, Tenn., Miss Carolyn Far- deecy of Luxora, Miss Samaha and Mrs. Mitri Abdelnour of New York. Force Base in 1941 and 1942. Mrs. j Mexico City and in Acapulco. Tho> Setford is the former Miss Harriet arrived in Memphis last nisht bj Payne, dauirhtor of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Payne of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Eugene Duncan and family and her sister, Miss Dorris Payne, are touring the Southern states. Mrs. Duncan tF# • Puppies • • parakeets • • Kittens • • Canaries • • Tropical Fish • — All Pet Supplies— The PET SHOP Mm. N. G. Jerome 9. Dfvlftlon Ph. A075 NATURAL GAS Hc;itins and appliances. .Install them now. Start your payments this mil. Phone 4552 (or estimate. E. C. ROBINSON Lumber Co. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Hit/. & Ro\y Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. (or Starvue. THURSDAY & FRIDAY SCARED STIFF PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON: Operation Sawdust RITZ GUESTS Air. & Mrs. .lames Gill & Family Mr. & Mrs. .lames liaughman Mr. & Mrs. James Middlelon & Family Mr. & Mrs. Howard Johnson & Family ffce apple of Jw eye for There's a wonderful variety of back-lo-school dresses by Love — just arrived lo lend flnllering f«shion »nd color to your lillle girl's Fall wardrobe. In bright and washable fabrics for sizes 1-3, 3-6X and 7-14. It must he Love for back to school. Priced From 2.98 ^ PHONE 2OOI .200 E. MAIN STfc. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK ,, | Capehart-s sister, Joined the family Thirteen Scouts participated In a j group for a few days, week's outing at Camp Lewallen, I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohoon and near Sylvia, Mo., last week. Scout- family were in Memphis Wednes- master Fred Burress accompanied ' day to see H. L. Reynolds who re- the trOOp tO Camp Which WaS at- j • •••••«»•«•-»••••»••„ M^,,,,..,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,..^,^ tended by some 200 Scouts from [ units thruout Southeast Missouri' for eight weeks. lYansportation was furnished by the HoLlend Men's Club. Attending were Leroy H«nry, j Louis Henry, Jimmie Little, Mrrvel; Jones, Jackie Kenley. Jacxte Taylor, Michael Jones, Thomas Lindsay, Buddy James, Keith Little, Robert Hicks and Johnny Ducall. Tony Little, son of Mr. and Mrs A. R. Little and a member 01 the Gckbn Sun Organization,. ifi in Santa A::'.a. Calif., at the National Scouting Jamboree. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Booker and sons, Lyndle and Rockie, arrived home Friday after weeks of exlen- ! sive touring through the West and North and Canada and Alaska, which was their destination- They were guests of friends at Fairbanks and Anchorage. On the return trip, they spent several days sight-seeing at Glacier Park and points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins and daughter. Judy, C. P. Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Little were in Brownsville, Tenn.. over Saturday and Sunday attending services of Mrs. Maggie Wall, who died after several weeks illness at her home there. Services were held in the Methodist church In Brownsville. Mrs. Wall had often visited here among the Jenkins families and the Littles. Mrs. C. P- Jenkins, who had gone to be with Mrs. Wall several 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PAREiNTS <******»**~mmmetmmm*t*mmm*mmmm*mimmmmmtmmi*i~**n*i***imm THURSDAYS, FRIDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING COBS Of SONS A»0 DANCE! OCUKS OF MOONLIGHT ROMANCE! n MICKEY n DICK ROONEY-HAYMES RYAN-McDONALD , BARBARA BATES • IOOT LAWRMffiE ALSO TWO CARTOONS Personal To Women With Nagging Backache sigErine backache, loss of psp and energy, hcjidnches nnd dizr.incss may be due to Blow- down of kidney function. Doctors say good kidney function is very important to good health. When snmc everyday condition, such ns BtreK3 and Btrain. causes this important function to slow down, ninny folks suffer na?- KiiiB hnckachc—fc«l miserable. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wronc diet may cause RcHinjr up ni^hta or frequent passnirns. Don't ncftlcct your kidneys if these conditions bother you. Try Doan'a Fills—a milil diuretic. Used successful by tnillionR for over BO years. It's smnzinp: how many times Dofin'a trive happy relief from these discomforts-help the 15 miles of kitinry tubes and filters flush out waste. Get Doan's Pills today! Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Si-cits 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At AD Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature LADIES SHOE NEWS Our July Clearance Sale Continues. We Also Have Added Several Hundred Pairs At Prices Good Beginning Tomorrow HOSIERY SPECIAL Ladies Hose in Fall Shades Reg. $1.50 Value NOW 2 PAIR $1.00 ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP 204 W. Main Street in Blvtheville m -VIRGINIA .GISSOM • BILL HAVES tWESOHAMOM-MKOn JtU'iVCrf wHCWWD [ CARTOON? Frai'dT FRI& SAT Double Foalnre WARNER BROS. RANDOLPH Scon SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. -I & CARTOON: Dog Trouble "FROSTY" The Smoother, Dcliciously Different Soft Ice Cream Trj It »t the RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN. Served to yon In your car or come into our air conditioned coffee shop. The only milk bar in Blytheville where you can be served In air conditioned comfort. Bring your children inside where it is cool and comtorlable. Take a Quart or Pint Home Have You Tried The Drink All Blytheville Is Talking About? HIRES ROOT BEER Served From The "Wooden Keg'' In Frosted Mugs Try Our Wonderful "Frosty" Sundaes 15c & 25e Fresh Strawberry Pineapple Chocolate Black Walnut Cherry Banana Splits 30c Founlain Coca Cola Brown Derby ... lOc & 15e ^e'^IS^" "Frosty" cones Jc-lOc-ISc All kinds of sandwiches. "FROSTY" at tht Razorback Drive-In

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