The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1953 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 31, 1953
Page 5
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FRIDAY, JULY 31. 195S BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE Society Pat MulMns, Society Editor Plume 4461 'aylor-Foster Wedding Plans Told Mn Ida Vivian Taylor and Paul ivld Foster, Jr.. have selected if. 14 »i the date (or their wed- ig. Miss Taylor is the daughter Mr. and Mrs. Adam Harman Anne Conway White of Osceola, Miss Margery Hale of Burdelte, Miss Annella Humphreys and Miss Jane brace Wilson, Mr. Taylor will give His daughter ,ylor, and Mr. Foster is the son j n marriage. I Mrs. Paul David Foster and the Car , Fo j Hass of Mobi |,. Ala., is I to serve Mr. Foster as best man. Craomsmcn are to be Richard - Jackson. Miss.. John Bits of News n'loMit [-'erionai Ja Mr. Foster. The nuptial vows are to be ex .anged at the First Presbyterian | •„. 0 , lurch, with the Rev Harvey T. | pa £ e of Pacf!] MisSji Franl{ Mo . Idd, pastor, officiating at the; pherson o[ Cleveland, Miss., Ran- sremony at four o'clock in' the j dal , workman of St. Louis. lor- fernon. i meriy of Blytheville, and Jimmie Pope of Helena. Following the wedding ceremony Pteceding and during the ex lange of vows, a program of nup al music is to be presented by :r«. John W. Caudlll, organist, id Mrs. Harvey Hlckey of Jones- )ro, vocalist. Serving her sister as maid of be Miss Linda Lee a reception is to be given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor. On Aug. 13, Mr. and Mrs. Paul inor Is to be Miss Linda Lee Lloyd are to be host and hostess aylor. Bridesmaids are to include) at a rehearsal dinner at Blytheville lisa Maureen King Norris, Miss I Country Club. Jupper Party •liven for Club Birthday Dinner At<Rustic Inn Mr and Mrs Melvin Halsell and Elaine Richardson was compli- Ir and Mrs Ben M. White en- ; mented on her birthday when her irtalned last night at the Halsell parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rich- ome with a supper party for' ardson. entertained 10 of her lembers of the La Nueve Bridge friends with a six o'clock dinner Hub and their husbands. ; at the Rustic Inn last night. The nine couples were enter-1 Guests were seated at a long lined informally in the living! table which held a birthday cake oom before dinner. Pink roses.! flanked by individual cakes. Nut mpdragons, zinnias and daisies cups and favors carried out the 3rmed several bouquets used at j pastel theme. Included at the table were Nelia ntervals. Pink roses formed a large cen- ' Woods, Ann Marr, Mary Beth erpiece for the dining room table, I Marr, Rae Scott. Mary Jane Sey- fom which buffet supper was | mour. Linda Bean, Sandra Yates. I erved. Quests were then ushered I Molly Jo Beasley. Susan Huffman The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Fltz- huah and children pliin. to leave tomorrow for St. Petersburg, Fla., lor a month's vacation, Kay Jaggers. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Bernard Jasgcrs, will have as her auest nest week, Janet Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young of Batesville, Miss., formerly of Blytheville. The Youngs will arrive be the week ™d guests of Mr. Young's mother, Mrs. Eunice Young. Mr. and Mrs. Dtn Wallace announce the birth of their first child, 3 son, yesterday. Formerly of Blytheville, they are now making their home in San Dieso. Calif., where he is serving with the Navy. Mrs. Wallace is the former Miss Betty Wade, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Wallace of Blytheville. Mrs. Wallace is en- route to California. • Mr. and Mrs. Glln Havvison and daughter, Sara .returned last night from their farm retreat near Dsx- ter, Mo., where they spent several days. The retreat was opened this summer. Miss Mary Sue Wright and Mrs. Boyce Moore returned last night Irom' Pittsboro, Miss., where they .ttended funeral services lor Ever- Inlaid linoleum has the design going through all the thlctaiMM of this floor covering. A printed linoleum Is merely designed on tha surface and the print will wear off rather fait. A warm-weather wardrobe. In disciplined cotton might well Include these three dresses. Summer playdress versatile enough to EO dancing (left) has narrow top of pineapple tuchlnr, optional shoulder straps and three-cornered stole to tie or drape. We Show It in olive green. For cits life, this cardigan front dress (center) has shallow, rounded neckline and sleeves that art a the sunporch for the remainder 'f the evening. £• FLE Bridge Club s Entertained and Glenda Lee Poetz. Duplicate League Has Weekly Game Mrs. Jim Roleson and O. O. Hardaway took top honors at the Mrs. Otto Scrape was hostess meeting of Duplicate Bridge 2?f: night at the Razorback Drive- League last night at Hotel Noble, n for a bride party for members ^ when a six-table Howell movement if the TLE Bridge Club, when Mrs. was conducted. Sill Hodge was a guest player. j other winners included Mrs. W. Preceding the evening's bridge A. Afflick and Mrs. Cecil Branson, ["'Ties, a. dessert course was second place, with Mrs. B. A. served. Lynch and Mrs. Matt Monaghan, Mrs. Hodge won first place in third place. he games, with second going to] rfrs. Herman Turner and hridgo Urs. William Lambert. ett R. Reid of Kennett, Mo., who died Monday of a heart attack". They | were accompanied back by Mrs. Reid, who will spend several days Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba will leave Sunday for Eureka Springs where thtfy will vacation for 10 days. Leaving today for his home in Wilmington, Calif., was Irby Wimberly, who has been visiting his brother. D. E. Wimberly. Mrs. Wimberly and children. He was accompanied by Edward Wimberly who OSCEOLA NEWS By Bel lye Nolle Slarr Brldee Club Meets Mrs. Darrcll Crane was to her Mid-Week Bridge Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Cox and Mrs. Joe Rhodes, •Jr.. were additional guests. Mrs. Jack Wilson was high score . tended funeral services for E, R. hostess ; Reid of Kennett, Mo. Mrs. W. O. Cotton and children Coming Events Friday Mrs. Henry Thomas Is hostess at the home of her mother, Mrs. Terry Prevost, to members of the Stitch and Chatter Club at 7:30 Saturday Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Farr, Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Stevens are to entertain members of the University Club at Hotel Noble's Mirror Room, beginning at 8 p.m. At the Hospitals BlythevUta Hospital Dismissed: L. T. Campbell, City Joe Alexander, ST., City Mrs. A. J. Freeman, Poughkeepsle, Ark. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Louis Baugh, City Donnle Barber, City Johnnie Barber, City ^A Favorite Every Season In California for two 'Ladies' Man' Husband Is Just Kidding Himself The married man who thinks he is irresistible to women is a poor enough husband when he is discreet. He is even more impossible when : can't resist playing up to his wife's friends. Here is a wife who writes: "I can't have friends because my husband is always patting them and calling them 'sweetheart 1 and either they or their husbands object. So far there Rolh MlUetl have been no ugly scenes. The friends just drop me after a few visits in our home when my husband is present. "I have tried to talk to my husband, but he Just gets angry and says that I am Jealous. "I'm not Jealous, I'm ashamed. I'm ashamed that I can't bring friends to my own home knowing that my husband will treat them with respect." That is a sad picture of a marriage. And the pitiful part is that the wife can't make her husband understand that her reaction to his behavior isn't Jealousy, but embarrassment and disgust. As long as he can mark it off to lealousy he can go on nattering himself that his wife is Just jealous of him because other women find him attractive. It's a pity such men can't hear what other women say about them. It would undoubtedly come as a shock to find out that other women react to their . behavior much as their own wives do, that they find it cheap and disgusting. But women ore rarely frank in such situations. They just try to get out of them with as little embarrassment as possible. So they drop the wife or make a point to stay out of patting range of her husband and when the wife tries to point out what is happening the husbaTid can always answer: "You're just Jealous." will visit weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Gray, Jr.. have as their guest, Mr. Gray's mother, Mrs. Harry C. Gray, of Mayfield, who has spent a week here. They will leave tomorrow and accompany Mrs. Gray, Sr., home before vacationing for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCaila and daughter, Jenny Wren, have arrived home after vacationing in Basalt, Colo., for the past several weeks. They were accompanied home by Linda Taylor, who has spent the past two months there with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Homer. Miss Aliene Wimberly of Memphis will arrive tonight to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberiy, for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Fredrickson left this morning for their home in Grand Island, Nebr., after a three- week visit here with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Prederickson. Sally McCutchen, Mary Jane Seymour, Nell.a Woods, Elaine Richardson and Glenda Poetz have arrived home after spending several weks at Gulf Park Camp in Mississippi. Mrs. W. J. Pollard arrived at her home today after spending two months touring Europe. She arrived in New York Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Black and their of Port Worth, Tex., are visiting her parcms, Dr. and Mrs. M. P. Rogers. Mrs. J. E. McCorkle and son, J. E. McCorkle, Jr., are visiting her winner nnd Mrs. Arch Calchings 1 p j rentSi Ml ._ j n(1 Mrs .Jasper Thom- won second. A dessert course was served. Personals The Rev. O. B. Moore and Mrs. Moore are spending two weeks in Cincinnati. They left by automobile Monday morning. Mrs. Ed Shippen and her house- guests, Mrs. Gilbert Wilson and Mrs. Melvin Gilbert of Cincinnati are in Lake Providence, La., visiting Mrs. Shippen's son, Joe Shippen, Mrs. Shippen and two children, Charme and Eddie. Mr. and Mrs. George Raines at- , asson. , , Mrs. McCorkle is living in Mrs. M. C. McCallister and baby o! San Antonio, Tex., will arrive tomorrow for a visit with Judge and Mrs. S. L. Gladish.. Mrs. Allison, who is a former resident of Osceola, Is the former Miss Elise Delaney. Miss Rosalind Buckman of Ca- ruthersvUle is a houseguest of Miss Pearle Anne Applebaum. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas and son, Jack, and Miss Alene Word are home after vacationing at the Surf and Sand Hotel in Pensacola, Florida. Mrs. Wish Fletcher and Mrs. R. C. Driver are spending their vacation in Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate were week end guests of their daughter, MI-R. Willie Dunlap and family in , Ridgley, ,Tenn. Term., during this week. j las, stationed with the Air Force i Guy oriver is vacationing on Mrs. Robert McWhorler of At- ! in Cheyenne, Wyo.. arrived in^Mcin- Kentucky Lake where his yacht, gathered into light cuff Just below the elbow. We've pictured It in gray. A second sun dress (rltht) has optional shoestring halter 'and three-cornered stole. Fabric 1$ dark green cotton dotted In «qu«. This dress could also nerve for late afternoon or informal summer evenings. All three deslrna are by Betse Cann la Junior sites,—By Gaile Dutajr, NBA Woman'* Editor. LITTLt Ul— It's surprising how much of th»i good conduct displayed by x people Is due to poor health. . ; | Oklahoma. i Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bozeman | of West Memphis were houseguests this week of the B. Frank Williams. Mrs. A. E. Thome visited her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Wilson and new granddaughter in Friendship, ing two weeks in Houston, Tex., i guests of Jo Ray Simmons and the Ed Simmons family. The Simmons, long time" residents of Osceola, moved to Houston in June. John and 'George Douglas twin I sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Doug- I lanta Ga stopped over in Osceola ! phis Wednesday morning and were for a visit with her brother, Her- i met by Mrs. V. E. Harlan, Mrs. bert Shippen and Mrs. Shippen. She ! Charlie Hampton and son James was enroute home after attending j Hampton. The two boys were called the funeral of her oldest brother in i home clue to the serious illness of i f cmlci >. Detroit last week. i their father, who wns stricken last -*- Miss Lcwellyen White, Miss Joyce ; week returning home from his va- Cannon, and Miss Sharan Hcnctrlx i cation. "Caprice," is anchored, Lloyd Godley was in St. Louis this week attending the annual Production Credit Association con- came home Wednesday after spend- daughler. Mrs. T. E. Geeslin and OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN^or SHINE! Mr- Geeslin of Drew, Miss., yesterday from Ludingtor. Mich., where they spent several weeks as guests of Judge and Mrs. Roy Harper of St. Louis at Epworth Heights. Mrs. T. K. Mahan who has been visiting in Princeton,- Ky., is to return to Blytheville today, where she is the houseguest of Mrs. T. J. Ma-1 nan. She plans to leave for her home In Grand Junction, Colo., on Monday. ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS Most important moth prevention rule is to have your wool garments and blankets perfectly clean before storing. Larvae feed on grease and soil. Store in sealed bags and packages. $8998 12-41 By Sue Burnett The one ityle your wardrobe fo each new season depends on—the charming casual that compliments every lijure. This version has a soft skirt to give it a distinct new looX. Pattern No. 8998 i» a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 4J. SIM 14, 3% J»«ls of 42 Inch. * For this pattern, send 3Qc In COINS, your name, address., size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Siif Burnett, Courier News, 312 W. Qulncy St., Chicago t, III. Shower curtains .get soiled in spite of constant subjection to soap and water. Take curtain down occasionally and lay it flat to swab both sides. Or swish it in a tubful of detergent suds. Save Money! Before fan sign a contract for a new roof, new sidinf, Interior or exterior painting, insulation, gas Installation or any other building improvement, let us five you a fair estimate that will save you money. Phone 4551. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. HEARING SERVICE Mrs. H. L. Harp 910 Walnut Ph. 4448 Transistors in Hearing Aids For monlhs past In the Press and in the mail there has been a Ereat "to do" about Transistors In Hearing Aids by some manufacturer who had not yet been able to produce a satisfactory Type All Transistor All Magnetic instrument. Throughout the press and mall barrage Radloear's plant operating at considerably more than 100 r '« production has been supplying ALI, TRANSISTOR, ALL MAGNETIC Radiocars to satisfy a demand that has mounted month by month, along with increasing production. Radioear Hearing Aid users have been over-joyed with the performance of their All Transistor, All Magnetic instrument not just for the last few days but steadily for the last six months since they were put on the market, during which time production has progressed steadily without Interruption. The reason for this unparalleled Radioear success with Transistors Is not hard to find. Wth Radioear, under the same management for thirty years. Success Is a habit, they manufactured the first vacuum tube Hearing Aids 30 years ago, pioneered the Magnetic Microphone and this was accompanied by the only genuine original PHONE MASTER FEATURE, which has meant so muoh to many thousands of hard of hearing people., You cannol afford lo experiment with something just being marketed, and you cannot afford not to have the finest possible hearing at the unbelievably low cost of operation that the Radioear All Transistor, All Magnetic Hearing Aid can bring you and these fine instruments are distributed by HEARING SERVICE. J. C. Cowen, Manager, 1327-28-ZS Sterlck Bulld- Inf, Memphis, Tennessee, who has brought heller hearing io the Mld-SonHi since 1M4. 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