The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 1, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 1, 1953
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FACE TWO BI.YTHKVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAYilAUG. 1, 1953 oae Pat MulMna, Society Kditor 9 4461 ENGAGED — Miss Bettye Jean Smith is the bride-elect of Robert Stanley Purtle, son of Mrs. John Wesley Purtle and I he late Mr. Purtle, it is made known today by Miss Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Daniel Smith. The couple is planning a late August wedding. (Photo byFaught) i Mr. Purtle, all of Biytheville. They arc planning ft late August wedding. The bride-Meet, who was graduated from Wilson High School, was p. member of the Glee Club, the | Future Homerrmkers of America Mr ,nd Mrs. John Daniel Smith | cl »"' ''"" '"" Camcrtt Club ' R , announce the engagement and ap- | Mr. Purtie Is a graduate of Bly- proaching marriage of their daugh- i High -School,, ter, Miss Bettye Jean Smith, to Robert Stanley Purtle, son of Mrs. John Wesley Purtle and the late Bettye Smith To Be Married To Robert Purtle Bits of News Gail BroRdon, dniiKhtcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. diaries Bruttdon. went to Joneslioro this week lo appear in the fifth series of Summer Frolics | iit Arkansas Suite, where she .presented nn acrobatic dance. Mrs. BroKdon nnd Mrs. A. B. Smith accompanied nor. | Mr. and Mrs. Newton Vick have had as their guests this week, her; brother, the Rev. J. Ralph Clay-; ton. Mrs. Clayton and children, ! Michael and Anna Carolyn, of Warren, Ark. j Mrs. Clara Alexander was dis-j Isscd yesterday from the Blylhe-;! i n /-hpnn ville Hospital, where she under- l_Ul ICf ICUl I went treatment for a fractured -T- ii, , , ankle. She has been taken to the j | Q MOnOf TWO home of her son, Spencer Aloxan- . der. and Mrs. Alexander nt 515 H ("luS" t iGClS North lull. | Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burns plah to leave tomorrow for Jefferson, TO CONDUCT KF.VIVAI/ — The Rev. C. A. Johnson (left), former Mississippi County A.ssnciationni missionary who now is pastor of Dell Baptist Church, will deliver the sermons and the Rev. Bob McAllstcr. associate pastor of Calvary Baptist Church here, will conduct the singing at a revival at the Dell church Aug. 9-23. The services will be open to the public. Coming Events Monday Katie Hatton Young Women's I Auxiliary of First 1 Baptist Church !has meeting with Miss Millie Mai- Two bride-elects shnrr-d honors j 0 ry. Have Husband Read Article For Better Understanding of You So your hu.sban doesn't under- sUnd j'u Well. If you can, plan to beg, borrow or buy, the July 11 Issue of Collier's magazine. Your next move Is t$ leave the magazine beside your* husband's eaisy chair, the one you may wish nightly you could get him out of, carelessly opened to an article called, "How to Live with a Woman," by Margaret Blair j Johnstone. That article ought to give your husband a better insight into how to get along with you. Even better than you've been able to tell him in as many years as you've been married. It's not that, yovi couldn't have told him .everything in the article yourself. Maybe you could have and maybe you have. But when a wife trips to explain herself to her husband she usually doesn't get Very far. If he doesn't understand her on He may even go a step further and realize that if he doesn't understand women, he may not be as big a prize as a husband as he thought he was. Anyway, if lie doesn't understand you, here's a chance to open his eyes at least a little way. Get the magazine, and after a good dinner, see to it that it gets left beside his favorite chair opened to "How to Live With a Woman." Scots New NEW come up wi] even bettt Scotch wh: formation "Atlioll bi lands for produced It's > coi ncy, o^ cipes tnclui tioned In I 1 classic "Kit as far as lave kink >—The Scots have h a drink they think is ,r than their famoul :Sky, reports British In- Services. It's called known in the H!?h- Centuries ,but now being ommerdally. inblnation of heather ho- .1 and whisky (some re- cream). It was men- ibert Louis Stevenson's tapped," and dates back e reign of James III. Wis"T br,^S daughte. An: j ~V .t «J = n given » ^ at St. Coletta Catholic School for the past two inonlim. The Brims' are to be accompanied by Anna Margaret's nurse, Miss Hazel Eu- bnnks. Mr. and Mrs. James kittany are Miss Barbara Monutfhan and Miss Gay r.arri^an at the Monaghan home, when Miss Ida Vivian Taylor nnd Miss Doris Worthy of Marked Tree were guests of honor, Miss Taylor will become the bride of Paul David Fostor, Jr.. , „ . . AiiK r . M, ;md Mi.s.s Worthy will bo the parents of a son horn Friday married ^ Jamcs D . Murphy of meeting Special For Half Sizers Designed to fit the shorter figure to perfection—a becoming tailored dress that goes everywhere with confidence- Ve.stee, yoke nnd am handsome in a colorful Arkansas Stale College, where he jwas a member of the Journalism club, was sports writer for the i school paper, and was :i member of the French Club and Choir. He Is now associated with the residents. Maccabees Life Insurance Company. noon at Memphis Baptist HospiUl. He has been named James Francis. The KlUanys have a daughter, Norma .lean, who Is five. Mrs. A. F. Chancy, Mr- and Mrs. Walter Robbs and daughter. Mar- Urn Ann, of LJV Port. Incl., nnd Mr. id attended ! ail[ j Mrs j amcs chancy and sons to Lepnnto AHR. 9. Special quests \vt i re Mrs. A. Hur- Tiiylor, mother of Miss T; New Designer Holds That Hemline By N'ADKAN'K WALKER PARIS i AP)— Another vole for the conservative skirt length come from a surprising: quarter last night when Paris' youngest designer, Hubert de Givenschy, held his hemlines down. t His opening—the last of the season's bie-name showings — left \ his own, he is sure that he is mar- stylist Christian Dior all alone in riecl to a woman no man could un- j plumping for skirts short enough del-stand. So what she tries to tell to show milady's call. On this No. him falls on ears set to tune out i fashion issue of the season, the anything he doesn't want to hear. ma ] 0r Parisian dress houses lined with Miss June Veach. | But finding those things in a seri- up -s Women's Circle Eight : °"- s Article written with a light ' Baptist Church has i 'ouch, he may wake up to the fact at'?-3o'p m. i tnat l ' le w ^ e ne doesn't understand Christian j is very much like ail other women. Methodist; And if he doesn't understand her j maybe he just doesn't know anything about women. This July Proved /tse/f T|oo Impartial DENVERV'!')— You can't do that! —but the jJry did. Judge RoHjert W .Steele of district court rubber his eyes and blinked as he read f verdict returned by a j jury. The i/ erc Mct was in favor of a woman whji sued for damages due to a car co/H'sion and also returned a verdict Ifn favor of the man she sued. e called the Jury back and patiently explained law suit, only one side not both. The Jurors re- iliary of First Baptist Church hasi Women's Society of Service of Lake Street Church meets. Mrs. M. T. Moon is hostess and Mrs. Cecil Lowe is co-hostess to members o! the Study Group of the Christian Church at the Moon Path, Lanvin, lor, Mrs. p. D. Foster, mother of; home a t 2 p.m. Program leader Mr. Foster, 'find Mrs. Loy Welch, ; j s Mrs. W. D. Cobb and worship an aunt of Miss Worthy. leader is Mrs. Russell Hays Twelve guests were seated dining room table, Bicycle Court Business Good Woman's Auxiliary of St. Ste-l Morning Party In Farr Home Mrs. Russell C. Farr and Mrs. J. G. Trirschmnnn entertained yes- tnrdny with n morning pjirty complimenting Miss Doris Worthy of Mnrkod Tree, the bridc-olrct of Jnmos D. Murphy of Lcpanto. Forming the receiving line were Mrs. Purr, Miss Worthy, Mrs, Martin Worthy, mother of thp brldc- clpc.t, Mrs. Lay Welch, mint, ol (.he bride-elect, nnd Mrs. Trieschmnnn. Forty Ruosts ^icre Invited lor thft morning's entprhiinmcnt. In brldnl conUisUs conducted, pviws were nwni'ded to Miss Mnrinn Mnyes Riiri Miss RuLh VInle. The sunflower thrme wns used IhroMcyiDut the entertaining rooms, nnd in the refreshments. Miss Worthy, who chnsp n brown linen dress for the occasion, wns given R sunflower corsaKP-. yellow and brown formed colons nt the dining table, with n chnrtruose bowl holding sunflowers ami n cheese mold, which was a replica of n large sunflower. Napkins were hnnd decorated with sunflowers, the centers of which were brides' I HOPS. On the sunporch, sun/lowers In n yellmv bowl were the center of HttniL'Uon with ulhi'r .summer (lowers used. A large silver pitcher, holding n bouquet, ndorned the piano in the living room. Miss Worthy and Miss Vivian Taylor, who is I he bride-elect of Paul Ditvid Foster, Jr., were presented with wnven csne magdr.ine By Sue Burnett Pattern No. 8867 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes H's, 16'i, IS'S, 20',i. 22':. 244 Size 16'>. short sleeve, 3% yards of 39-inch; \ yard contrast. Tor this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size de- Bired. and the PATTERN NUMBER'sell H. Farr. Mrs. Newton to Sue Burnett, Courier Ne\vs. 372 W. Quincy St.. Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION for '53. Full and holders, lied with yellow and brown ribbon and sunllowers. The hostesses were assisted in entertaining and servinR by Mrs. Rus- Whltis. Misses Jo Ann. Sally and Lillf> TrlrsL'hmann, Mrs. T. H. Hnynos and Miss Nancy Worthy, sister of Winter, is a complete guide in plan- i 'he bride, ning a practical, se\v-simple ward-j An out-of-town guest, was Miss robe. Gift pattern printed inside the j Dorothy Bush of Damlllp, Vn., who book. Send 25 rents today. is visitIIIR Rulh Hale. GIFTS FOR THE BRIDE We have a large selection of lovelj weddinx gifts at all prices — Look before you buy! We gift wrap. We deliver. Our new merchandise is coming in daily. A new shipment of Westmoreland milk glasses has just hecn received. We are always glad to have you com* in and look over our stock. of Newport, Ark., visited Mr. und ; "' e «»""K ««"» «*"«• **«^ pink ] phcn's Episcopal-Church has meet- Mrs. Frank Wamble for the past! P^ce mats were usrd and formiijK , nig at 8 p.m. with Mrs. E. R, sevcril davs While here they all a ^ntcrpirce, pink and orchid i Mason, wire ffuesls'of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil | Rl^Hoii were flanked by white ta- Wolf of Helena, former Biytheville j P ers Other guests In the 'I'he brides' places were marked Frank Wamble home this week ! by white corsages of carnations. were Mrs. Ann Eck of Memphis, j Miss Taylor chose lor the occn- nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee McDonald ! slon. a black and while summer' Baptist Church have ;:30 p.m. bus- j Friendship Class of First Baptist Church meets with Mrs. W. P. JMcCormick at 2000 Hearn at 7:30 ip.m. ' Circle One-and Two of Trinity of Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. C. D. EiUon and daughters, Mnry Jo and Rhonda, Mrs. John Tyrone nnd sons, Jimmy nnd D:iv- id, left yesterday for Camp Kilo- Vista, for .severnl days. Mr, and Mrs. W. O. Reeves, Sr. nnd Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Wagner. Sr., arft spending this week end nL cotton frock, and Miss Worthy j » iess meeting ^at the church. | Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge A I the Hospitals Biytheville Dismissed; 1 W. S. Owens, atcple Jim Goodman. Armorcl O. A. lOrccn, City S. H. Redstock, Armorcl Dismissed: Mrs. Fred Ragin and bnby, Hor- ncrsville Mrs. J. M. Aycock, City Warin Whitnkor, Holland Ronny Fondrcn, City Mrs. O. T. Oiirner and baby, New Madrid, wore a sheer cotton dress in Thf-v wrrr* presented with gifts. - . , . of imported handpainted china r League has meeting at the club. ums ' t American Legion Auxiliary! , , „ , .» • meets at the American Legion Hut. Mrs. C. W. Gflirignn and Mrs ; Wednesday Mntl Monaghan assisted their j , b E , ht nns mcetinff with diiiiKhlers in entertninmc- 'Mrs Paul Jobe ___ j Mr? _ utho Barnes entertains Bear Creek Lake, members of the C. mirt C. CUita. ; Beginner's Duplicate Bridge Mrs. L. M. Burnett arrived .home League has I p.m. meeting at Ho- yestcrday from the Smoky Moun-, tel Noble. tains whnre she vacationed a! Thursday month. She was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. R. M. Ta- him of KcnneU, Mo., who will rein H in for several days. M 1 s^s e s Rosemary Mnnaj^iian, (Jane \Vilson and Annell;* Humphreys nre in Hot Springs to attend n Delta Delta Delta sorority rush party. MONTPELIER, Vt. (/P}—Business was good the first day but no money was taken in. At the first session of the new bicycle court seven respondents pleaded guilty to violations of the I bicycle ordinance. Sentences ranged ' from suspension of the right to ride a bicycle for a week to making two or three copies of the ordinance rules and regulations. Complaints included riding a bike on the sidewalk, riding double, or not having proper registration, lights or horn. Police Captain George Conner, who is in charge of the bicycle patrol, reports that he has received flue cooperation from the parent, 1 ; of the young offenders. tired aguiin and awarded the woman damapges for an injury. To refrew nap on suede or doe- way: Shortest—Dior. Not so short Desses and Rouff. Unchanged—Balmain, Balenciaga, Heim, Griffe, Patou and Giv- enchy. Givenchy gave his collection a Far Eastern tone, using Indian and Chinese prints, padded and quilted sheaths and jackets, curly- toed shoes, and tiny Tibetian cups. He also changed his style completely from last season, abandoning the prettiness and charm of his first creations in favor of chic- ness and sophistication. The tiny mannequinns who wore his last season fairy-like gowns were gone and in their place | strode big strapping girls in new wide-shouldered, highwaisted, big- hipped styles. His suits have the narrowest possible skirts and a favorite Giv- enchy dress for next fall and winter is a black wool sheath with a squared-out neckline and medium shoulder straps. RADIATOR WORK •\, • • • • Spiled Out Repaired f\0) Jested Re-icored ALL WOR^i Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop 508 Cl. Lake We. Mrs. J. F. Scrape entertains Biytheville Duplicate B r i d R e j members of TLE Bridge Club at League has meeting at Hotel No- the Raozrback. Singing commercials moke If possible for singers who can't sing to make a living, «NU» HEATING equipment ROUND-UP SALE! $ 40 '30 $ 20 TRADE'M TRADE.IN TRADE-IN en your old heating applianct with purchai* of automatic Cowman Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature HRIHIIII HUNK ptesenls "THE, NEW FLOOR FURNACE or GAS WALL HEATER HIMITID TIMi) DOWN PAYMENT gg months topiy Halsell& White Furniture Company 1138. Division Phone 6098 SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. 5 CARTOON: Pluto Parly SUNDAY & AIOMUY Douhle Feature —I'MIS— J5REAJ STEWART-LEIGH RYAN-MEEKER AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Llstrn to KLCN at 10:10 n.m. and 4 p.m. [or KHz & Roxj Program Announcrments 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature TANGIER INCIDENT Wilh George Brent Serial: Lost Planet No. B & Cartoon: How to Dance SUNDAY & MONDAY . MI11AND ARLENE OAHL WENDELL COREY, PATRIC KNOWLES LAURA ELLIOT Paramount For Two RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Sirs. Fred Roycll, Sr. & Family Mr. & Mrs. llarrv Bradley, Jr. & Knmily Mr. & Mrs. Bill Banister Mr. & Mrs. R. C. Coleman & Family OPENS 7:00 EACH N.IGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS SATURDAY ONLY Triple Feature Three Big Features For The Price Of On* KANSAS „, PLUS CARTOON OWL SHOW -FREE- We Invite everyone who is in the Drive-In for the regular show to stay for th« OWL SHOW FREE OF CHARGE SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEV1LLE SHOWING A\ The Hilarious Story of Never-Bwrt- K'used Sisters and Never- ;ijf Say-Die Marines! PLUS TWO CARTOONS

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