The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 24, 1953
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PAGE FOUB BLYTIIEVILLE (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 24, 19S8 Society, J\/ewA Put MulJins, Society Editor / 4461 Couple Marries :jji In Home Here Now making their home in St. Louis are Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Leon Ashby, who were married here at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Lucinn Gaines June 21 in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. w. E. Edmondson of Armorel. Mrs. Ashby is the former Miss Mary Frances Lester of St. Louis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lester, also of St. Louis. Mr. Ashby is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Walter Ashby of Blytheville. Carnations and huckleberry in wicker baskets lormcd the floral decorations. i. Mrs. Russell Battles of Hermon- ' dale served her niece as matron of : honor. / The bride, given in marriage by ! her father, chose a dress of blue net ? and lace over taffeta with matching * accessories, and carried a bouquet . of carnations. ^ William Omby served as best man, , and groomsmen were James LfsU'r and Earl Wayne Brown, all of St. Louis. A reception was given by Mrs. Robertson and Mrs. Vernon Boyd Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Ashby Gaines, the bride's aunt, at her home following the ceremony. Mrs. Nelle Dorn, Miss Paula Ashby, sisters of the groom, and Mrs. Leon aunts of the bride, assisted in serv ing and entertaining. Out-of-town guests were from St. Louis and Torrance, Calif. High Two Glub Is Entertained Mrs. Maurice Sanders was a guest of Mrs. Bill Hodge Wednesday night, when she entertained members of the High TWO Bridge Club at her home- Games of bridge, were won by Mrs. Forrest Moore, Mrs. Floyd Seay and Mrs. Joe Hughes, iirst, second and bridge prizes respectively. Seasonal floral decoration of midsummer were used in decorating the entertaining rooms. At the close of toe evening's activities, Mrs. Hodge I served a salad course. Club and Guests Meet in Home Mrs. R. A. Gary entertained at her home Wednesday evening for members of the Octave Club and two guests. Included In the guest list were Mrs. Fred Davis and Mrs. H. C. Blankenship. Following a dessert course, guests were entertained with games of samba.'Winners were Mrs. Davis, first place, and Mrs. Leon Oenning, second. Zinnias and other summer flowers were used in decoration of the entertaining rooms. GA Meeting Is Conducted Members of the Armorel Girl's Auxiliary of the Baptist Church met for a monthly stewardship program last evening at the home of Barbara and Marie Edmondson. Barbara Edmondson gave the opening prayer and after group sinking Mrs. P. W. GarrlS'/n gave the devotional. Doris King, Pearly White and Patty Dyer were on the program. Ncldean Nelson, Loretta Stout and Kathleen Phillips were guests, and Sliirley Richardson was a new member. Bits of News Wl // D / ifloMu f-^erifonai Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosentha: will leave Saturday night tor St Louis where they will spend several days attending a fall contention They had as their overnight guests last night, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll S, Meyer and son, Carroll, Jr., of Eudora, Ark., who are en route U> the St. Louis convention. Miss Martha Ann Foster is expected to arrive home today from Memphis, where she has oeen the tiouseguest of her cousin, Mrs. Wayne Dill, Mr. Dill, and daugh- .er, John Anna Dill, in Memphis. Mrs. George Roland Green, Mi-s. . W. Garrigan, Mrs. B. p. Gay and Mrs. Jeia-y white of St- Petersburg, have returned from Hot Springs whore they visited Mr. and vlrs- Ben H. While. John Payne, Harry Sherroii, Mariyn Lutes, Nancy Dixon, Mubel Crook and Marie Bcville, all of Burdette, are to arrive home today from FayetteviUe, where they have at- ended 4-H camp this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hipp and Mr. nd Mrs. James Vest have returned lome after spending several days in Biloxi, Miss., as guests of Cpl. and Mrs. J. E. Wimberly. They were oined by Mr. and Mrs K. L. Young nd children, Jennie and Carolyn f Borger, Tex. The group also vis- ted in Mobile, Ala., and Pensacola, 'la., before their return. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Johnson of .tlanta, Ga., are expected to arrive omorrow morning to be the guests f their parents,,Mr. and Mrs. W. E. luchanan and Mrs. C. E. Johnson nd other relatives. Half Moon News G/Ve Bridal Gown New Look with Dye Rowland Mitchell left this week by plane for a trip to Canada, for thi CAP International exchange of etu dents program. Ann Rowland and Millie Rowlanc of Hot Springs are visiting the!, cousin, Cleone Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Girdon Howard who have bern In Shelby. Mich., and In Rockford, III., for the past three weeks have returned home. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: W. C. Buchanan, City Ralph Wall, City Mr.s. R. C. Hodge, Stcele Mrs. Smith Brackin, City Willie Bank. City Walls Hospital Dismissed: G. V. Daws. City Mrs. Charles Hunton, City Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained i marriage licence In the office of he county clerk, Mrs. Elizabetii Blytho Parker: Tommy Gene Hitt of Leacnville and Jcanlne Wright of Manila. Coming Events Friday Mrs. A. S. Harrison is hostess at >r home for the Vendredi Bridge Club. Girls have a much more sensible attitude toward their wedding | washing machine (left) produced the waltz-length gown (right). V^^^.™^^?*£^^2^™?. ?<"<« «»»« she "M»ed her dye solution in a qu,rt pitcher be- Jn their closets for years, they remodel and dye them to make new evening gowns fo: themselves. This bride of a year has re- -' dye _ fore pouring it into machine, already filled with scalding hot water and the unfolded dress. She dyes her white satin bridal designed her gown by shortening hem and removing sleeves and shoes with dye solution and sponge (center). This is tricky job, set-in section of bodice. The remodeling and the dye job in her | requiring quick, even, long strokes and a light touch. By NEA Reauiy Editor i ning gown. , so that the dye will penatrate I to examine the color. Remember If you're celebrating your first' you can have a new evening evenly. tnnt the color is darker when wet. •cddlng anniversary soon, no : gown by remodeling and dyeing i If you're in doubt about the! Proceed from the wash to the oubt you can distinguish by this your wedding gown. In gome cases,! depth of color, first dye a piece of j fin al rinse period instead of let- im between a sentimental aati- j very little will need to be done j the material that you've elim- > tin S it go through several rinses. inated so that you'll know exact-' If tne material is very delicate or If yours has a train, eliminate | ly how to proceed. You won't know likely to become permently creas- mny reach that point well before' it this way: first, measure the j the shade until this sample is dry squeeze the article by hand. (Wear j your first anniversary, espically front of the dress from the waist-' Add more dye when wou do the gloves in this case or you'll get If you'd like to have a new eve- line down to the floor or to the : the dress if this test shows a need > your hands colored.) Don't let ude and a practical one toward with the gown, our wedding dress. Some of you Dust pans get filthy very fast but you can prevent this. Coat them with wax When they're new. To clean fine, ornamental bric- a-brac, brush with a baking soda paste and rinse in hot water. There will be no scratching. . i ankle, depending on tlie desired i for greater depth of color. TLE Club Has ' Weekly Party Mrs. W. E. Cherry entertained fit the Rnzorback Drive-In last night, •when her guests included members ol the TLE Bridge Club, and two extra'bridge players. Mrs. Bill Hodge end Mrs- Kelly Welch. Dessert was served preceding the games of bridge. Winners of the games were Mrs. Dick Watson, first place, Mrs. Gilbert Smythe, second place, and Mrs. William Lambert, bridge. Duplicate League Meeting Is Held A five-table HowcII movcmcn was conducted at Hotel Noble las night for members of the Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs, O. W- McCutchen nnd Mrs W. D. Chamblin won first place Second place went to Mrs. W- E Wallace and Mrs. Frank Grigsby with third going to Mrs. B. A Lynch and Mrs. Jim Roleson. Birthday Party Is Given in Home LUXORA NEWS By MBS. O. C. DRIVER Visitor Feted Mrs. Tom Callis and Mrs. Lem .Stanford entertained at the home of , Mrs. Stanford Monday with a party i in honor of Mrs. Dennis Canada ;' of Coldwalcr, Miss., the former •i Miss Etna Jones of Luxora. Afternoon bridge was played, followed by ' a dinner party attended by. 12 "guests. Mrs. R. L. Houck and Mrs. Wire Steed of Osceola were game - prize winners, and the guest-of- honor was presented a gift by the hostesses at the dinner affair, Book Ciub Has Outing Sixteen members and guests of the Luxora Book Club were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood, Br. ,at their annual summer outing Tuesday and Wednesday at the Woods' cottage, Namasket, on 1 Horseshoe Lake. Guests present for the activities of bridge, boating, swimming and fishing were Mrs. W. H. Oowen of Memphis, Mrs. W. P. Ellis of Victoria, Mrs. Joe Gentry, Mrs. Harry Stanford, and Miss Edith McDaniel of Luxora. Mrs. D. C. Abdelnour of Port Chester, N. Y., Mrs. Charles Rarney of Homewoocl. 1111., and Mrs. Dennis Cannon of Coldwater, Miss. Mrs. J. I. Mifflin, Mrs. R. T. Ballew and Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., with Mr. Driver and children, who preceded the party to the lake Sunday, were host and hostesses for the affair. Mrs. T. L. Stanford, the fourth hostess, accompanied the main group on Tuesday. j Personals i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Worsley and family of Phoenix, Ariz., arrived Tuesday for a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. i Worsley, at their country home, i Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Castllo departed Sunday by automobile for: o short trip to Chattanooga, Tenn. > Mr. and Mrs, E, H. Crihficld, Jr.,' of HallE, Tenn., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Houck. \ Mrs. Chnrlcs Ramey and children '. of Homcwood, 111,, are the house- \ Kuests for several weeks of her par- i cuts, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard.! Miss Joyce McGlaughlin of Mem- phij 1* visiting her grandmother, Mrs. E. M. Odom, for several days. A. B, RoMlle has be«n confined Mrs. Dave Halstcad complimented her daughter, Kay, on her eighth birthday yesterday with a party at their home on Dougan when 17 ;uests attended. Delores Harris conducted games for the children, nnd Mrs. Norma Miller assisted Mi's. Halstcad in serving cake and ice cream. The guests xvere given favors. Mynctte Mann nnd Roan Logan won the game prizes. to his home with illness for several days. Mrs. Lester Stevens was a Little Rock visitor for ten days last week. , Mrs. Denver Wilson and daughter of Memphis, who have been' visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown, (or the past two weeks, returned to their home Sunday, Mrs. George shlbley and children of Dayton, Tenn., arrived this week for a visit wilh her mother, Mrs. G. A. Cuokc, Sr. Miss Eva Cooke is a surgical patient in Memphis Methodist Hospital this week. Mrs. Gus Frazler and children of West Memphis are visiting her sister. Mrs. Tom Callis., and family, for several days. Mrs. Callis entertained for Mrs. Frazier nt an afternoon party Thursday, guests being members of Mrs. Frazler's Luxora High School graduating class of li)35 who are currently visiting relatives here, along with their families. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Pilch Club Meets Mrs. Bob Cromer was linsLcss to her three-table pitch club Wednesday afternoon. Pink lycoris UIlcs and silver king used in cranberry glass were used for floral decorations. Mrs. Jessie Driver won hlph club prize, Mrs. Bettye Nolle Starr, higl guest prize, and Mrs. Ed Bowles low Mrs. Lalah Coble won bridge. At the conclusion of the party, ice cream and cake were served. Person als Dr. and Mrs- O. W. Sllverblatt announce the birth of a daughter aorn Wednesday morning at the Baptist Hospital In Memphis. Tli baby, their third daughter, has been named Carol, Mrs. Nelle Kent was a Little Rock isltor the past week. She visited with her sister, Mr..and Mrs. Tom Smith of At- imta are guests of Mr. and Mrs, Allan Segraves. Mrs. Smith and Mrs- tegr fives were classmates at Uni- 'ersity of Tennessee In Knoxville, Miss Bettye Lynn Speck, Mrs. Jharles-- Robinson and Mrs Arch JatchhiEs"- were visitors during the inst week in Cleveland, Miss-, as he guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Caya ml daughter, Leigh Wildy. Miis, Maude Hudson nnri Miss Mona Moore are leaving over the 'eek end t for a two-week guided tour f.the West- Mrs. Faye Henderson of Little flock, accompanied by her granci- nughter, Pamnla Wildy of Elowah, re visiting in Chicago. Mrs. Gilbert Wilson and Mrs. lelvfn E. Gilbert of Cincinnati, G,, rrlvcd Saturday for a two weeks isit with Mrs. Gilbert's aunt, Mrs. Id Shippen. D. H. Blackwood, Albert Gallin nd Paul Blackwood are home after pending three weeks in California. W. W. Prewitt, Jr., of Lrland. liss., visited his parents, Tuesday. Jettle Driver and Lero/ Owens •ere. Jackson, Miss., visitors during ic week. Dr. and Mrs. Don Blodgett and liildren are leaving today for Hot prlngs, where they will spend a r eek at the Denton Lodge on Lake iamil ton- Mrs. V^rnoii Aston and Mrs. Tim Bowles are vacationing in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bryant and daughter of Birmingham, Ala., will arrive Saturday for a visit with home folks. Mrs. R, L. Maxwell Is home after an extended visit with her daughter. Mrs. John Henley and family In. Brinkley. Mrs. Earl Futch of Ocala. Fla., accompanied Miss Mary Elizabeth : Balloue and Miss Bebe Levenstein home where the two were vacation ing nt Daytona Beach, Fla. 1 Mrs. Ralph Monroe and son, Ron ny, of Little Rock are visiting' In Osceola this week. They are former j a u ° nro und and mark them lightly : n , y ™ U | e > a f 83 Osceola residents and are dividing I O n the fabric. Follow the marks I venienMbr' you than their visit with her sister, Mrs. W. j with your sewing shears to remove (h- stove—be surp In A. Sullivan, nnd Mrs. V. E. Harlan.,' excess material. Finish with a "•="•= " 10 They will return home over the j new hem. week end. j Lon£ sleeves can be removed Dr. nnd Mrs. Mallory Harwell and I sim .P.'y by opening the seams and Mrs. Fran Tucker of Memphis were among the out-of-town viewing the new hospital Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sue Pennington and Miss Ruby Annabel left Wednesday for a two-week vacation in Biloxi, Miss. Miss Joanne Cullorn is spending ten days with a classmate in New Orleans. Mrs. J. H. Lovewetl left Monday for a tour of the West. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Young, Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Irwin and Mr. and j making new hems. If the neck! line consists of a set-in tulle or net, 1 you can have ft lower neckline simply by removing this piece. If the dress becomes to low-cut when the tulle is removed, embroidery, beading or ruffle. You'll feel you have a brand- new dress If you dye it. It must be dry-cleaned or washed add „ it first by running through some scalding hot water. When this has drained out, unfold your gown, and put it in the machine. Refill with scalding hot water. it go through the wringer of a non- automatic washing machine. Be sure to run sudsy water through your machine to remove traces of dye when you've finished. Hang your gown in the shada to dry. To make lots jf sandwiches in a (If the gown's fabric can't stand hurry ' open your whole packa » s of very hot water, of course you can't j bread and line up the slices with dye it.) At this point dissolve your; edges matching. Butter them all. the Mrs. Bradford Cobb spent the day| on In Memphis Sunday attending pic- ' ture shows and dining. water. Pour the solution into me ,.„. machine as soon as it's filled. I your flllmg to alternate slices and If it's an automatic machine,' cover each one. For a picnic, take •u as a let " nm throu S n the washing ' moist-type fillings in paper contain- preliminary step If the gown is £ y ik ' s not autom atic, you'll! ers and add to the bread just be- in nylon, acetate, rayon bem- ha ™L l ?... st °P , the was . hln « •"'«-! te ^ing. uerg, 01 Ion or tiny other synthcm^ material curith a urn fi \ i n j t~> fiber, you can dye It with an all- malenai lwuh a wooden spoon) I Read Courier News Classified Ads. fabric dye which works as well ,nateria,s as on natural fiber fabrics. Remove buttons and trimmings re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times FRI & SAT Double Feature .WARNER BROS. RANDOLPH SCOTT for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M .SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. -i & CARTOON: Dog Trouble SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! '•"---•-•""----•---------.---.-»....•.....,... 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