The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, 1953 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 28, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAT, JULY 28, 1991 Society t MuiMni. Society Editor 9 Pat MuiM&ft, Society Editor Phoat 4461 Mr. and Mr*. Donald Webb Peterson Sue Stanfield, Don Peterson Exchange Marriage Vows Here In a zimple ceremony performed at the rectory of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Saturday Miss Dorothy Sue Stanfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Otho Stanfield, became the bride of Donald Webb Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Aaron Peterson. l The Eev. J. A. Enderlin officiated before members of the family and close Iriends. Miss Donna Lou Stanfield, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor ,and only feminine attendant. She was dressed in a pink organdy afternoon dress, featuring a ballerina skirt with a redingote. She wore starched lace pink hat and other pink accessories, and pinned a corsage of blue tinted carnations at her shoulder. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, chose a Helen Powell original creation in white nylon and nylon eyelet embroidery. The eyelet bodice extended into an overskirt falling to points over the full nylon skirt. A small white off-the-face hat with crocheted daisies and other white accessories completed the bride's attire. She carried a prayer book, topped with ft white orchid. Everett Peterson served his brother as best man. For her daughter's marriage. Mrs. Stanfield chose a printed silk in white, featuring black and a touch of red. She wore a white hat and matching accessories nnd pinned red carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. Peterson, who wore a of navy and white printed silk, with navy accessories, was given a corsage of gardenias. i Following the wedding, the bride's parents were hosts for a reception . held at their home for members of J the family and close friends. Twin punch bowls in crystal flanked ends' of the refreshment table, which was centered with n four tiered wedding cake. A very large arrangement of white daisies was reflected in the mirror above the buffet. Mrs, Hftrvey Morgan of St. Louis, an aunt of the bride, Mrs. Joe Dilldine and Mrs. Billy Joe Gean presided nt the refreshment table, which carried out a pink and green theme. Mrs. Morgan was Riven a corsage of gardenias, Mrs. Dilkllne, pink cnr- natlons, and Mrs. Gean yellow carnations. The couple has arrived home from their Southern weacilng trip, & n d the groom has returned to Scott Field. Bellville, III., where he is In Ihe Air Force. The bride will make iicr home with her parents for the present and will join him later. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Morgan of St. Louis nnd daughter, la Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nnrthcutt of Florence, Ala., Mrs. H. Cagle of Savannah, Tcnn., Mrs. Vaoml Morgan of Cnrutheraville, Mrs. Tom Rny Frnkcs of Steele, nnd Mrs. Gene Fry of Hnytf. Ladies 7 Day Is Morning Party The Ladies' Day event fit Blytheville Country Club for this month was a morning bridge and canasta party followed by a luncheon. About 75 guests attended the affair. Mrs. R. J. McKinnon ol Manila, chairman of the hostess committee, was assisted by Mrs. E. A. Stacy, Mrs. W. L. Horner, Mrs, Riley .B. Jones, Mrs. Bob Logan, Mrs. Max Lo^an, Mrs. B, B. Goodman, Mrs. R. H. Catehlngs, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. J. Lotifs Cherry and Mrs. J. E. Dicks. Sunflowers and black-eynd sus- ans were combined to form floral decorations. The theme was fur- .hered in the place cards and tal- ies. Luncheon was served from a buffet table at the conclusion, of the games. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. V, B. Osborne, first place, Mrs. Robert Killian, secone place, and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, third. Mrs. George Lee won firsi place and Mrs. Love Adams, second, in, the canasta games. Bits of News f D f y I erional Party Is Given In Huffman Mrs. James McFnll, the former Miss Blllie Hardin, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower Fri- :lny night, by Miss Mary Ella Ray, who was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Tommy Ray-at their home in Huffman. In the party games, prizes were won by Mrs. Hulon Holmes and Miss Nancy Bay. Refreshments were served and the gifts were opened later n the evening. Quests for the occasion were Mrs. jrace Hardln. mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Vernon Merritt of St. Louis, Mo. 7 Baptist Circles Meet in Homes M. W. Lewis presiding. Mrs. Worth Holder, lender, and Mrs. Alvln Hardy offered prayer in the meeting. Mrs. C. L, McWnters, Sr., gave the devotional and Mrs. Smart and Mrs. '. L. McWaters. Jr., participated on the program. Mrs. Tom Jackson dls- nissed with prayer. Circle Six met with Mrs. Quincy Alexander with six members and a guest. Mrs. Maud White of Oklahoma attending. Mrs. C. M, Outlaw offered the opening prayer. Mrs. R. G. Cash was leader and was assisted by Mrs, Alexander who Rave the devotional. A round table discussion was conducted. Mrs. C. E. Johnson entertained seven members of Circle Seven. Mrs. Kendall Berry offered the opening prayer and Mrs. Billy gave the devotionals with Mrs. W. P. McCor- mlck assisting on the program. Mrs. Johnson offered the benediction. Social hours were held following Mrs. T. H. Manley of East Prarle, Mo., spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mixon, and her foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Vincent. Mrs. Earl Koontz joined her husband In Moberly, Mo-, several weeks ago and they flew to New York City, where they attended the teunchina of a new tanker, the "M. L. Gosney." j Visiting in the home of Mr. and | Mrs. H. K. Deen on Sunday were her sister, Mrs. W. C. Hltt of slate Springs. Miss., and Mr. and Mrs Dewitt McDade and two daughters, Allcne and Glencla Fay of Augusta. Ga. Mr. nnd Mrs- J. H. Smart and daughter. Nell were in Holly Grove, Ark., where they visited Mrs. Smart's parents, Mr- and Mrs. O. M. Washington. Mrs. Johnny White and daughters, Grace and Joyce, have returned from Senatobia, Miss., where they were guests of their parents and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. ioseborough. Miss NIta Rose Hall has as her houscguest. Miss Barbara Humphreys of Columbia, Mo., who was her roommate at William Woods . College. They were among Blythe- j Mrs. John Burnett entertained with ville residents who spent the week' a bridge party last week for several REVIVAL STAKTS — The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Crowford of Springdale. Ark., will begin a series of revival services tonight at the Tomato Community Church Services will begin each night at 7:45 through Aug. 9. Pioneer members of the Church of the Niiza- rene. the Crowiords have conducted revival services in nearly every state in the past 50 years. Going-Away Party Given for Couple Mrs. Lawrence Primm, assisted by end at Lake Norfork. Miss Cliffie Webb has gone to couples, honoring Mr. and Mcls. Hacl- ley Hays, who are moving to Lake- Jackson, Miss., for a visit with her j land, Fla. niece Mrs. Tom Miller and Mr. Mill- Winners of the games were Mrs. er. Kathleen Bradley and Mrs. Boyce Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hunton had Moore. as their guests yesterday, Mrs. Hun- j Following the games. Mrs. Hays was presented with a gift. ton's sister, Mrs. C, W. Claunch of Jonesboro. Mrs. Gene Glisson, Mrs. John D Hart. Mrs. Marshall Blackard. Mrs Marvin Lane, Mrs. Paul Mahon, Mrs. Speck McGregor and Mrs. J. F. Brownson have returned from the American Legion Auxiliary Convention in Little Rock where they were delegates. The Blytheville Auxiliary won first place in child welfare work and second place in the poppy sale work. Mrs. Lane, Mrs. Mahon, Mrs. McGregor and Mrs. Brownson attended the go-getters tea. while- there. Mrs. C. E. Parks and son, Cecil, spent the week end in Essex, Mo., (nivtiltri Pi/aiifc with Mrs. Parks 'mother, Mrs. E. ^j(J tiling J^i-'LfilJ J. Duncan, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ° Corbett and family. Tuesday J Edward Peters of Sarasota, Country club Duplicate Bridge Fla., and Jackson. Tenn., is the League has meeting at the club, guest of his sisters, Miss Alma Mrs, Virginia Abbott is hostess to Peters, and Mrs. A. C. Haley, and members of the Alpha Delta Chap- A l the Hospitals BIythevillei Dismissed: Willie Hill, city Pearlie Mae Beard, Manila Walls: Dismissed: Mrs. Bobbie Brown and baby, city Betty Thigpen, city How To Shop When Buying Beach Clothes Bv AMCIA HART M.A licauty Editor Bathing suit selection is a very confusing business for many women, judging by the number of mistaken choices one sees on the benches. If a woman keeps her figure needs Jn mind when she shops, she'll have less trouble. She should try l he suit on and look at herself in a full- length mirror, both front and rear vtows- If she's a mature woman, there are certain suits she can eliminate at once before she enters the fitting room (unless her figure is girlish and exceptional). The figure- hir^'ging lastex suits, whether in taffeta, svuin or cotton, are not, for her. The extra fat must go somewhere when such a girdle-tvpe suit is worn and it generally shows at the thighs and back in a roll where the suit cuts into ihe flesh. A built- n bra, however, is an absolute necessity. Almost needless to say, the two- piece suit and the maillot are out for the vast, majority of mature vomen. Likewise, the white suit, he most demanding type of all. Rompers, popular this year, are de- initely for the younger set. The little-boy shorts type of suit might he a good choice since it doesn't outline the flesh. Even this suit is out for the woman who is quite overweight or has very Infirm muscles. She'll look her best in skirt-type suits that are long enough—at least mid-thigh. Black is the best color choice for her. It will look smart if it's well cut and an easy fit. neither voluminous nor figure-hugging. A busty woman needn't bother trying on the, suit with ruffles and frills across the top. These suits are for girls who need building up. Time-Saving Wrap Around sired, and the PATTERN NUMBHI to Sue Burnett, Courier Newi, I7J W- Quincy St., Chicago fl, IU. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUBS, WED & THUUS Double Feature the programs were served. and refreshments , Mr. Haley and his niece, Mrs. Wil son Henry, and Mr. Henry. Mrs. Harry Wilson, who has been the guest of Miss Rainona Crafton and her parents, Mr. and Mrs Rosco Crafton, for the past severa days returned to her home in Lit tie Rock today. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolsey had as their guests over the week end Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wright of Detroit and Miss Vera Wright of Cape Girardeau. Hiram Snodgrass of Blythevlll' underwent an appendectomy lasi night lit Greene County Memorial Hospital in Paragould. Mrs. Don Kerbough, who under- Stewardship and mission programs were conducted yesterday by eeven circles of the Woman's Missionary of the First Baptist church, when monthly circle meetings were held in the homes of members. Mrs. J. W. Rayder was hostess to nine members and one guest of Circle One. Mrs. R. E. Vivion gave the opening prayer and Mrs K- D. Marr served as program leader. Mrs Charles Evans gave the devotional with Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., and Mrs. Charles R. Newcomb participating on the program. Mrs. Evans offered the benediction. Mrs. C. W. Afflick was hostess at her home to members of Circle Two. Mrs Victoria Gilbert opened the meeting with prayer, and Mrs. Wilbur Oenning, who served as program leader, was assisted by Mrs. 'Ben Abbott, who gave the devotional and Mrs. I. S. DeShazo and Mrs. ty W. Mitchell. Mrs. Jim Crafton dismissed the group with prayer. Si\ members of Circle Three were "•'mtertained by Mrs. Reece Woolen. Mrs James Fisher gave the open- Ing prayer and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon MTO the devotional. Mrs. Joe Evans, Iwder Mrs, Alvin Huffman. Sr., and Mrs Fisher gave the program. Mrs. H. L. Halsell entertained nine members and one new member. Mrs. Phillip Deer, of Circle Four. Mrs. Forrest Moore offered prayer. Mrs. H. H- Brooks was program Leader and was assisted by Mrs. Bill Banister, Mrs, Clarence Johnson nnd Mrs. W. M. LaFerncy, who dismissed with prayer. Mrs. C. M. smart was hostess to members of Circle Five with Mrs. -NOTICE- Office Will Be Closed July 26 to August 3. DR. W. T. RAINWATER feiiS Advance- fil Clip This Valuable Ad When Presented at the Noble Hotel in Blytheville on Thursday, July 30 Between the Hours of 1 P.M. and 7 P.M. Our Photographer Will Make for You One Beautiful 8x10 Portrait Everlasting Bronzetone Finish Total Cost to You — $1.00 Regular Price of This Portrait, $fi.OO Tooley-Myron Studios 181 MtdiMn Memphis, Tenn. 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