The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1953 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 25, 1953
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 25, 19BS Bocietu J\lewA P»t MulMns, Society Editor Bits of News Itloitlu p^ersonal Miss Blankenship Honored with Morning Party The plantation home of Mrs. Tom Frank Martin was the scene of a n-.orning party yesterday in honor of Miss Oharlene Ruth Blnnkenship who is to become the bride of-Elwyn Cochran Caldwel! in n ceremony to be solemnized on August 1. Miss Blankenship is the daughter 1 of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Blankenship of Dell and Mr. Calrt«-»ll is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, also of Dell. A pink linen sundress Kith matching short bolero was Miss Blankenshlp's choice for the morn- Ing's activities. She complemented her dress with black patent, accessories, and wns given a corsage of gardenias by the hostess. Mrs. Blankenship and Mrs. Caldwell, who were special guests at the affair, were given corsages of car- s ' ran <(| ]s ' re nts. Dr. ami Mrs R. L. nations. » Johnson. Miss Janice Johnson ac- Pastel colors provided the scheme j companied them home for several chosen by the hostess to decorate days visit. the living room and dining -oom. in Miss Shirley Kearly of Rikeston, which she entertained. Identical j Mo., is the houscguest of Miss Mary bouquets of Shasta daisies in silver! Prances Wilson She is to preside at bowls were placed on the buffet and the Rucst book in the reception loi- dining table, and in the living room, cr.vstal and silver bowls held arrangements of pastel blossoms. An imported cutwork cloth overlaid the dining table. Mrs. Martin presented Miss Blankenship with a wedding gilt in her china pattern. Mrs. John Loy Bishop of Annapolis, Mrs. Martin's daughter, and Mrs. Merron John Koehler presided at the refreshment tflble. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Garrison of Anderson. S. C., have arrived to be Hie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dcwcy Wilson. They came especially to attend the weeding of Miss Mary Frances Wilson to their son, S.Sgt. Don Garrison, on Sunday. Marine Cpl. and Mrs. Arnold Steward announce the birth of a daughter Thursday morning at Walls Hospital. The baby lias been named Connie Mavie- The ote.wards also have a son, Arnold Lee, 2'*. Mrs. Rs.vdo Vcach and C Lewis were in. Potts Camp, Miss., yesterday where they attended funeral services for their aunt. ryant and Carl Cole left today for their home in Jonesboro after spending two weeks with their Vendredi Club Is Entertained Mr*. A. S. Harrison entertained at her home last night for the members of the Vendredi Club nnd three guests, when she was hostess Tor a dessert bridge. Guests included Mrs. Kelley Welch. Mr*. Edgar Parks and Mrs. Farrell BtrrhHl. Dessert was served from the card tablM, which held centerpieces formed from yellow zinnias Other flowers were used to form decorations throughout the entertaining room*Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. Dick Shanks, first place, Mrs. Hank Dodd, second, and Mrs. Sanford Tomllnson, bridge- lowing Miss Wilson's marriage to S : Sgt. Don Garrison Sunday after- nnnii, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Fcllhaucr have as their guests their son, Lnster Fellhauer, and his family from Little Rock-. They plan to leave today for their lioine, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hendrickson and children, Connie, Kathy, Da vid and Harry, will arrive fron Chester, Penn., to be the guests of Mrs. Hendrickson's parents, Mr and Mrs. George L. Muir, find her aunt, Mrs. H. H. HouctUns nnd Mr Hou chins. Mrs. Don Kerbough has been taken to the Blytheville Hospital. Collared Match-Mates Just ts lovely as ft picture, and fun to sew. too! Look-alikes for big and little sister with big cnpclet-col- ]«rs. Two patterns. Pattern No. 8965 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12. 13, 14, 16, IB..Size 12, monotone, 3% yards of 43-Inch. Mrs. Hays Is Honoree at Party Mrs. Hnrry Bradley find Miss Nra] LuckeM, were hostesses at the Luck- etl, home Thursday afternoon with a dessert bridge party complimenting Mrs, Hadtey Hays, who is moving to Lakeland, Fla. Guests were spitted at card to Dies placed In the living room, Forming centerpieces were pastel snapdragons combined with lacy fern. Rosen provided decorations for the dining room table, and used at intervals throughout the entertaining rooms were assorted smnmsr flowers. In the nftfirnoou's bridge gamcti. Mrs. William S. Ruder won high .score, Mrs Robert Llpsconib won ficcond, nnd Mrs. Sam Primm won bridgo. Mrs. Hays was given R gift of china. ArmorelYWAHas Meeting in Home Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary nf Armnrel Baptist Church, met, at the home of Mnr- tha Dyer Thursday evening for a stewardship program with seven members attending. "Tnke the Name of Jesus With You," was smiR by the group, nflcr which, Lhe devotional was given by Mrs. Weldou McCium. The hostess, who also was program director, was assisted by Bobbie Lett, Yvonne Still, Wilma Webb, and Mrs. McCann, Ofticers appointed by Mrs. McCann In a business sensicn were Miss Lott, president; Elnora Beard, community mission chairman; Martha Dyer, program chairman; and Margie Beard, secretary, treasurer, nnd reporter. The hostess dismissed the group with a prayer and served refreshments. Miss L«tha Marie Nash Burdette Couple's Engagement Told Announcement is being matin today of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Cetha Marie Nash of Burdclle to James Royce Payne, also of Burdette, by the bride-elect's parent:;, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nash. Mr. Payne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Payne. Miss Nash, who was a junior at Burdette High School, las year wa Spray Suntan Preparation Protects Skin Pai Rv ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor L-oinplrxioned girls, don't a deep, dark tan like some girls can. There are so many pretty shades of tan besides the darker This c>r! Is using a simian preparation that sprays on from a can held 6 to 1Z inches from skin. It contains injredlerrtj for bum protection plus lanolin (or a smooth tan. ones. The pale topaz or pale apricot tan that you can achieve is as pretty as an exotic shade. Von can ha^e one of these fair tans if you expose your skin with the utmost care. Select a sun- screening agent wtih a percentage of ultraviolet screening ingredients in accordance with the delicacy of your skin. One sun-tan preparation maker has three types available. There's the lotion designed for you, the fair-skinned, an oil for your olive- skinned sister, and a new preparation for the in-between skins. This latter preparation will screen the burning rays to some ~. ,. .-. i extent but also contains oils to en VjlVen tOr V_.OUple, courage tanning. It comes Heavy Scents Add to Humidity But Light Ones Are Very Cooling By ALICIA HART NBA Beauty Editor Many eMs Innist on -weiring Rehearsal Dinner a member of the Future Homcmftk- ~' ' v ' v ~T~'~'/ spray can. You hold the dispenser ers of America Club, the 4-H club, \A/d(-)(-j j r\r-t PnrtV s ' x '° 12 incllcs Irom the boci y an d Slee club and basketball team. YT.-.UUII ly I Ul ly spray all exposed areas. Then A graduate of Burdette High massage it Into the skin thorough- School, where he was a member of M > s * M«.v Prances Wilson and the football and basketball teams. >' cr '""«>• f- S " L D °" nld E '',f™ Mr. Payne is now employed by the I ^I™,/ Slay nalmoo" ,1 Dr. Pepper Bottling Company In | j,,,, ^ M(nhodist „„„.,,„_ wereiU|nnnrpH With Blytheville. He is a member of the . compllmentctl lnsl evening with a I fiUrlUrea YYIm Arkansas National Guard. !rehearsal dinner The couple plans a late August Mr ^ M( . s Qmny m[sm and wedding. j, Iiss Virginia Wilson were host and Coming Events hostesses for the event which was held at the Rustic Inn. A four-course dinner Was served from a table, overlaid with u linon cloth nnd centered, with an arrangement of summer flowers. Mrs. Wilson was dressed Monday Circles of Woman's Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church : floral printed dress of surah silk have meetings as follows: Circle ! lopped with a matching linen Sue Stanfield Honored Wit Shower Here Forty guests attended & miscellaneous shower and party given to compliment Miss Sue Stanfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Otho Stnnfield, at the Jerry Hearn home yesterday when Mrs. Hearn, Mrs. Marvin Hall and Mrs. Smith John- IA lifht cologne keep* a (irl I feelinr clfan if she must delay j her shower after a day's work I In the garden. icavy scents in the heat of summer. These heavy scents all mixed ogether in a hot room at a party :an make one fairly faint. But do without perfume? Never! There are many light, refreshing Class Meeting Is Conducted Last night, a monthly business and social meeting was held at the home of Mrs. C. S. Birmingham for members of the Dorcas .Class of Calvary Baptist Church. Mss. E. H. McMurry gave the devotional. Guests included Mrs. Cecil Keeling, Miss Ann Nance and Mrs. Vera Rody of Detroit. Games were conducted by Mrs. A. D. Priest and Mrs. Ethel Burks. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of-the activities. scents to be had that are still gay enough for any party. Though you'll go easier on the perfume in summer, you'll go heavier on the cologne. Because cologne contains so much alcohol it is an actual refreshment to the body, even aside from its fragrance. One cologne, although not new. is newly available with companion products. It's a scent too light to make anyone faint. It contains 24 elicate garden blossoms in its compound, say the makers, as well as citrus and tangy woodland essences. The complete line, all scented' with this one odor, contains bubbling bath salts, bath-size soap, dusting powder with mitt-type puff, an anti-perspirant spray deodorant, and creme' perfume sachet, as well as the cologne. Foam rubber pillows CM tw dried In an automatic dryer. Ciuh. Ion them with dry terry towels. They'll need at least an hour of drying, but break It up into inter-, vnls of 15 or 20 minutes, fluffing each time. Use moderate temper, ature setting, under no circumstances a hot one. Drying pillows of this type in the air requires at least several days. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Virginia Eastep, Ptf. vs. No. 12444 Truman Eastep, Dft. The defendant, Truman Eastep, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and answer th« complaint of the plaintiff, Virginia Enstep. Dated this 24th day of July, 1953. Geraldine Listen, Cleric Laverne Ball, D.C. Gene Bradley, atty. for ptf. Claude Cooper, atty. ad litem. 7]25-8|l-8-15 opening her gifts. Mrs. Standfield, mother of the bride, and Mrs. Aaron Peterson, mother of the bridegroom-elect were special guests. LITTLE LIZ- ',& One with Mrs. Aral] Speck at 2:30 j jacket. Miss Virginia Wilson chose j son were hostesses. p.m.. nnd circle Two with Mrs. R. W. Woolen at 2:30 p.m. Rebeknh Lodge has 7:30 ectlng with potluck supper conferring of degrees. Circles of Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church have follows: Circle One with Mrs. J. W. Bftyder nl mil Hol- Iv Street: Circle Two with Mrs. C. two-piece frock of black linen and black patent accessories, pin.! Special guests for the event andi wcl( ' ^ l - anc ' Mrs. Dewe.y Wilson, (parents of the bride-elect, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Garrison, parflHts of the groom-cr-ccr. (atncd nt the 1 Ua/.ovback Drive-In. K n 1 u rrl ii y Duplicate Bridge League has i meet inn ft Hotel Noble nt 1:30 p.m. ; Wilson, who will be flower girl in i the wedding, Miss Charllnc Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kcn- W. Allllck at 203 North loth: Clr- i nctt| , ne ntn . nnc , Mrs E ,,,, onc cle Three with Mns. Keeee Woolen | Hnl , Mr nnd Mrs Richard Rose, nt 2201 Birch; Circle Pour with | No ble Gill. Jr.. William Braxton Mrs. H. L, Halsell, Jr.. at 204 Wnlk-IGIII. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Armer Boulevard: Circle Five with Mrs. j -.trnnir, A. G. Mtfedy and Bill Tom- L. McWatcrs, Jr.. at 625 West, | Hnson. Main; Circle Six with Mrs. Quincy j AU-xanrinr on Ruddle Road; nnd Seven with Mrs. C. F. Johnson at 205 -Walker Boulevard. Lake Street, Mot.hodisl. Woman's lodety nf 'Christian Service lias weekly meeting. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League hus meeting s\t the club. Mrs. Virginia Abbott, Is hostess to members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi with bridge and canasta party at the Rustic Inn at 8 p.m. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club has meeting. New Liberty Baptist Church circles conduct meetings. Wednesday ^Beginners' Duplicate League has meeting flt Hotel Noble at } :30 p.m. Club Eight has meeting with Mrs. S. C. Owens. Thursday Duplicate League has meeting at Hole! Noble. TLE Bridge Club is to be entor- Miss Stanfield is to become the bride, of Don Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs- Anron Peterson, in a summer wedding. V For the party. Miss Stanfield wore a brown and white .sundress with n matching stole and matching accessories. She was given a cor- sfifre of white carnations. Games were played during ttv evening, nnd Mrs. Robert Jamison was awarded game prize. A profusion of mid-summer flowers decorated the entertaining rooms, and focal point among th> arninpcments was a brfde-dol dressed in formal attire, centering the gift table. Patricia Morgan, of St. Louis, cousin of the brftie, assisted her in Many a fellow ,has found the girls ore vJilltng^o play'baH with him if he has a big enough diamond. -®HEVB //I' By Sue Burnett I Pattern No. 8966 is a sew-rite per- ; forated pattern in sizes 3, 4. 5, 6. 7. 8 years. Size 4, monotone, !•';& : yards of 42-inch. ' For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, ad- j dress, sizes desired, and the PAT- j TERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, ( Courier News, 311 W. Quincy St.,' Chicago 6. 111. j Basic FASHION tor '53, Fall and i Winter, is a complete guide in .planning a practical, sew-sirnple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. CAN FILL YOUR ftFE The summer months are a challenge (o worshipful service and an opportunity to prove your devotion to God's holy church. KILinONNSON MASS, IERMUDA and many olhtr gtouei •nd w»«di. Dtilroys wttd rood Itnl powdtr form; tasy lo mix fof VI* »i « "P'oy. I. C. ROBINSON You are invited to enjoy the rich blessings of regular church attendance at the— FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8th & Walnut Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor Sunday School 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. Sermon: "The Baptist Faith in (lie Modern World" . . . Rev. Carroll Evans Baptist Training Union 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. Sermon: "The Christian Idea of Perfection" .... Rev. Carroll Evans WORSHIP IN IN OUR Al« CONDITIONED SANCTUARY -^ AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for RItz & Roxy Program Announcements II a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvuc. SATURDAY ONLY "Double Feature PIPER LAURIE i:if!j De FORE'S"'!'MI SKRIAI,: l.osl I'lanel No. 5 & CARTOON Prof. Small SUNDAY & MONDAY NOW ON THE «««' ^^^s^Ss-^ys^-. PARAMOUYl ;VK\\s & SELECTED SHORTS In the ad which appeared Thursday the word "women's" should have been SUMMER SHOES Size 2 to 6 BOYS' SUMMER SHOES Size 8 to 3 $JOO PEMVEY'S OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS SATURDAY ONLY Triple Feature BABES In BOOT CAMP! re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature .WARNER BROS. . RANDOLPH SCOTT SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. 1 & CARTOON: Dog Trouble SUNDAY & MONDAY Double Feature RITZ GUESTS Mrs. c. E. Abbott & Daughter Mr. & Mrs. Ted Kinp & Family Mr. & Mrs. Nciil Gcurian Dr. & Ah-.,. \y. K. Hrewcr ' L. J.. ALSO METRO NE\VS ,—™ 'ii'iii'lllll ALSO CARTOON Three Big Features for the Price of One SATURDAY NIGHT OWL SHOW FREE OF CHARGE We invite everyone who is in the Drive-In for the regular show lo stay for the OWL SHOW SUNDAY & MONDAY " GREATEST SPECTACLES JOHN WAYNE MONTGOMERY CLIFT t, ALSO TWO CARTOONS OWN YOUR HOME! Some Builders Build Just Houses, But We Hare Built You a Home! THREE beautiful Brick homes to choose from. Built of th» trry best materials Ihroushout. Large Lifetime Gen«» kitchens. Forced Air Central heating systems. Partially Air Conditioned. Tiled Baths, equipped with American Stand- »r<l colored fixture*. Insulated walls and ccilinfis. These houses have v bedrooms and den or can be used conveniently as 3 bedrooms. Car ports or attached (tarasie. L»rs« landscaped lots on p.ived streets. Located »t 504 Hardla Street, 1104 A 110S North Fifth Street In Country Clufc Area Addition. Open for Inspection Sunday 2 to I P.M. Week days by appointment. See or Call Johnny Marr or Russell Marr Realtors and Builders Phone 4111 R«- Phon« 2596

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