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PAGK FOUR BT,YTHEVILT,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, Society /\lew& k MulMns. Society Editor » Phon* 4461 P»t Mullns, Society Editor 250 Guests Attend Coffee Here For Bride-Elect Vivian Taylor Miss Vivian Taylor, bride-elect of Paul David Foster, was guest of honor yesterday afternoon at one of (he largest affairs of the summer season when approximately 250 guests were invited to a coffee at Hotel Noble. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. ] the honom-. and Mrs. L. E. Old, Bob Logan, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. R. A. Porter. Mrs. Farris McCalla, Mrs. James Roy, Mrs. Oscar Fendler and Mrs. J. C. Guard, who, together with Mrs. A. Harman Taylor, mother of the bride-elect, comprise the Friday Bridge Club. Mixed bouquets of pastel colored Summer flowers were arranged throughout the Rose Room nnd the Mirror Room of the hotel, forming B colorful setting for the guests. The refreshment table, covered with a ruffled white organdy cloth Jaced with green ribbons and green bows, was centered with a silver basket holding an arrangement of daisies, stock and rubrum lilies in pastel shades of pink, yellow, blue and purple. Pink tapers burned in silver candelabra flanking the centerpiece, Serving at the table were Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty, grandmother of ; Mrs. Jesse Taylor and Mrs. Alb Taylor, aums of the bride-elect. Assisting the hostesses in entertaining their guests were Mrs. J. M. Williams Jr.. Miss Annella Humphreys'. Miss Undu Taylor. Miss Margery Halt:, Miss Jane Wilson and Miss Ardcn Ferguson. Miss Taylor wore a sheath dress Bits of News crAonal days as guest of her cousin, Mrs. Morton Harvey and, Commander Harvey, before sailing from New York about Aug. 12 for England, where she will tench during 'the coming year. Miss Wundcrllch will report first to London and will be assigned lo her school from there. Miss Edith Rouse of Charleston. Mo., is visiting here as guest of her sister, Mrs II. L. Harp and Mr. Harp. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Straub of Washington, D. C., left this morning for Helena for a visit with relatives there, after a two-day visit DYESS NEWS Uy MRS. J. L, JACOBS Miss Evelyn Anderson returned to Memphis Thursday after .spend- j Ing a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson. Mr. und Mvs. J. L, Jacobs left Friday for Camden, Ark., to visit with their daughter and attend the cemetery work Saturday at I ibe t here as B unsls of Mrs. W. B. Tanner i ""I 1 Bucksnort, north of Fo.dvci Mr. and Mrs. R. I.. Dannlslnr and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Campbell loft tills inorninR for a 10 day vacation in Blloxi, Miss., and New Orleans, La. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Atkinson wore in Doniphan, Mo., today to attend funeral services for his aunt, Mrs. Franklin Hamiers. Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs have returned from a two-wfM'k vacation in Tennessee. Mr. Wigi;s was in Knoxville where lie took a special course at the University of i Ark. E. E. Duvall left Tuesday for St. Aime, til., whoip he has worked after spending several days with his of white linen showered with blue, '""lessee, and Mrs. wlRits ciivid- frock. Mrs. Taylor also received corsage of white gardenias. The hostesses presented their guest of honor with a wedding invitation tray. Guests who called between the. hours of 3:30 and 5 p.m., included a number from Osceola, Steele, Mo., and Dyersburg, Tenn. .Visitor Honored at Bridge Luncheon Miss Doris Worthy of Marked Tree, bride-elect of James D. Murhpy of Lepanto, was guest of honor Monday when Mrs. C. L- McWaters and her sister, Mrs. G. O. Poetz, entertained with a bridge luncheon. The Colonial Room of Hotel Noble was the setting for the affair, attended by 1.6 guests Including Mre- Martin Worthy, mother of the honoree, and Miss Nancy Worthy, her sister, both of Marked Tree. The long table at which the guests were seated for luncheon was centered with a low bowl of mixed Summer flowers .and the place of the guest of honor \vnfi marked with a gift corsage of yellow rosebuds. During the afternoon, bridge games were played with high score prize being won by Miss Jo Ann Trieschman and second high by Mrs. Charles C. Lfingslon. Miss Worthy also was presented with a cake server in her silver pattern, a gift from the hostesses. Miss Worthy is Deing complimented at a number of interest* Ing affairs while visiting here as guest of her aunt, Mrs. Loy Welch and Mr- Welch. Mississippi Visitor Honored Another In & series of informal affairs being given to compliment Janet Young- of Batcsville, Miss during her visit here as guest of Kay Jaggers. was an Informal party given yesterday morning by Martha Frances Arends at her home. Other out-of-town guests included Linda Jaggers of Fort Pierce, Fla., houseguest of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Barnes, and Mary Alice Mosley of Houston, Texas, who Is visiting here as guest of Dr. and Mrs. P. E. utley. Martha Prances was assisted in entertaining her guests by her mother, Mrs. John P. Arends. and by her aunt, Miss Edith Rouse of Charleston, Mo. For The First Day Back Duplicate Bridge Game Ends in Tie Mrs. W. A. Afflick and Mrs. p. E. Black tied for first place with Mrs. H. C. Sims nnd Mrs. Henry Humphreys last niRhl when five tables of members of the Country Club Duplicate Bridge League met at the club for their regular game. Second place honors went to Mrs. O. W. McCulchcn and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. A mnstcrpoint came will be played next Tuesday night. have as their guest, her niece, Carolyn Ann Brann of Montgomery. Ala., who will rcttirn home tomorrow. She will be accompanied to .Memphis by her uncle and aunt. Mrs. Hamilton Tnlbott left Monday afternoon for her home in Bethesda, Md., after a month's visit here with her mother, Mrs. E., R. Mnson, and family. Miss Jessie Srite h;is returned from Campbell's Clinic in Memphis where she underwent treatment for two weeks. Her condition now is much improved. Mrs. J. A. Bryant was removed to her home yesterday from Walls Hospital where she was a patient for several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson nre vacationing for several dnys Gulf port and Pass Christian, Miss. Mrs. Don Kerbough was removed yesterday to her home from Blytheville Hospital where slie underwent nn operation 10 days ago. Mrs. Kerbough's condition is now much improved. tnl for treal.rnrnt and later removed j to Campbell's Clinic. Mrs. John K. Hudson and children, Susan I,OR and John Samuel. IIf, who have been here for several weeks as, guests of Mrs. Hudson'ri parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Wood- .son, will leave tomorrow by plane from MrmphLs for Harmon Air Force Base, Newfoundland, to Join Lt. Col. Hudson, who is stationed there. Mrs. C. B. Fry left this morning to return lo her home in Sherman Oaks. Calif, .after a visit of several \veek.s here with her brother, Aubrey Conway nnd Mrs. Conway. Mr. nnd Mrs. Conway, who both have been ill. are reported to be improving. Lt Hunter C. Sims, Jr., is spend- Aug. 16 for service in Europe with the Medical Corps. Lt. Sims, who has been on temporary assignment in San Antonio, Texas, will be joined in Europe later by Mrs. Sims and their children. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Vtck have < arrived in Blytheville from Star City, Ark., and are making their home in the Stovall Apartments. Mr. Vick, who recently was discharged from service, is to be connected with the W. M. Burns Real Estate Company. Aaron Johnson Blackwell, Jr., is the name given to the son born ArrogantHusband Defeats Spirit Of Working Wife Il's hiiifl to believe a husband can Ki-t by ivlih this kind of high-handedness in 1953. but here's the story as the wife tells it; "Whoa we were first married I thought my .husband ^was being the man of the house by doing all the banking, chopping and errands that were necessary. There weren't any bills then and I thought it was great fun to have Ruth Millet! no re^pnn^ibility. other than .cooking and doing the housework which I loved"A .short lime later, he was in the icrvice and I did remarkably well on my own, not only with the banking, but I managed to .save quite a sum which I banked jointly. "Upon his return, he \vUhdvew our savings end that included what I Had saved from working, also. Since Monday visiting old friends. Mr. then it has been a one-sided bank j Mnllodt formerly lived here. . - { , ccol ,, lt j n hi.s name ONLY I get Freda Hathcuck of Rockford. 111., no a ii ow ;tpce for househo'd returned Sunday lo .start to school. Others returning for (hi.s school tf»nn were Violet McVay, Lorene Brownfield and Edith Braslield. who have been in Memphis. Mrs. William .Jacobs and her mother, Mrs. .Ethel Precis of Whit- and Mr and Mrs. R. D. Hughes. H. Hightill of Parma. Mo, formerly of Blvthcvllle. is reported to be in a satisfactory condition at Camn- ! f a . n n v bell's Clinic in Memphis where he; M|M ,.;.„; M . lt , ock Mrs ^ is umlcrcoinK treatment for a brok-; Matlock and tal)y a] , ri Osc . lr M u . en hip received last week. He .was • , ock of Os( . eo | a were Dyes5 uslt ' flown to Memphis Baptist Hospi- ! M 0n( (ay. _. _..j , , freels of Whition visited her daughter, Mrs. WHlittm Jacobs, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Donsil Hodnett of , Mrs. Pren- . . Memphis visited his moth Delbert Prentice and Mr. tice. Sunday. Walter Matlock of Phoenix. Ariz.. who is visiting hi.s brother, O.scar Matlock at Osceola. was in Dyess PiVflpC! U 1 UCb ten, visited Mrs. Louise Singleton and children of Marked Tree Friday. Mrs. Mary Mitchell returned to her home here after a week's visit in Kermit, Tex., with her sisters. She also went to El Paso to visit her son, Ralph. C. L. East's mother from Texas is here for a visit. American Coming Events Thursday Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel No- Saturday at Walls Hospital to Mr.! ble. and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell. The! Mrs. J. F. Scrape entertains baby hns an older sister, Gail, who i members of the TLE Bridge Club t«rs are quite some distance away. "Now there are bills and I can't write checks, and when the bills pile up my husband creates such a fuss reminding me that he knows what lie js doing. I can't even look nt our savings book. If I ask for carfare, he digs 'way down for fifty cents. "He comes and goes when, he pleases. The car is his. Tile money is his. And he tells me I'm pretty lucky to have such a wonderful husband who does all the shopping. But I feel more and more like a whipped dog. I seem to have lost all confidence in myself." Who wouldn't, after a few years of that kind of treatment? But why have you put up with it so long? Surely if you have worked before, you can get another Job. whether your husband approves of your working or not. After all, ir ne isnf wining to put his earning; in a joint account or give you an allowance, he certainly has no right to object to your earning some money of your own. The main thing, however, is to stop feeling like a whipped dog and stand up and fight for your rights. And don't worry too mu :h over what your sudden independent spirit will do to your marriage. Almost any kind of change would be an improvement over the way it is now, if you are giving a fair description of it. Slim Limb LITTLE LIZ— , , Bobby Shields, Jr., is the name! is two and a half- Mrs. Blackwell lsj atm the Razorbnck. " "" Kindergarten Is Planned LUXOR A. — Mrs, Earl M. Hewlett will open, a kindergarten clnss Sept. 1 at the American Legion Hall here. Children ages 5 to fi years old will be accepted in this class. There will be ti mirsnry class for children ages (hree-mid-ono-half to four years. Repistration is boing conducted at the office of Superintendent of schools. Kindergarten hours will be from 8:30 a..m. lo 11:30 n.m. nnri nursery .lours will be 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 8856 6.U yn. By SUP Burnett Here's a darling dress to have ready when school bells ring again. Your six-to-fourteen miss \vill adore the pretty collar, douule-brea.-tert effect on the bodice and handy pockets. Pattern No. 8856 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 6. 8. 10, 12, 14 years. Size 8, 2 7S yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 312 Quincy St., Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-.simple wardrobe. Gift patern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. HEED A PLUMBER? THEN CALL ORSBURN SUPPLY CO. 1916 W. Main Phone 3208 At the Hospitals Blylhcvlllc Hospll.il Dismissed: William D. Simmons, city. Mrs. Bobby Clark and baby, city. Wills Hospilal Dismissed'. Mi-.s. Alice Edwards, Doll. Mrs. Agnes Copclaml, Rt. I. Mrs. Johnson Blacltu'el! and baby, city. the Rev. and Mrs. Bobby Edwards of Conwuy. have niven their young son, born last week in Conway. The Rev. Mr. Kdwnrds is the son of Mr. find Mrs. Shields Edwards of Blytheville. and his wife is the former Miss Emalee Sitton of Gentry, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Pollock, [ Jr.. have returned rrom a. two weeks vacation spent in Birmingham, Ala., where they were the guests of Mr. Pollock's broth- Frank Pollock and family, and at points of Interest in -Florida. Miss Barbara Ann Griffin was dismissed yesterday from Walls Hospital where she had been undergoing treatment for food poisoning. Her condition is improved. Mrs. Homer Blessing of New- he rn, Term., is visiting here as guests of her daughters, Mrs. Gerald Johnson and Mrs. Marshall Thomas and their families. Miss Peggy Ann Taylor is spend- ug the week in Memphis with her grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Kulp, and other relatives. Mrs. A. R. Olson nnd son, Artie, and Mrs. J. W. Pattec and children, John nnd Susan, have returned this morning to their homes in Chicago after a visit with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Cockle. John nnd §usan have been here with their grandparents for the past two weeks nnd were joined Sunday by their mother nnd aunt. Miss Donnu .Wuuderllch of Blytheville left Monday for Boston, Mass,, where she will spend several the former Miss Ila Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson left last, weekend for whitticr, | Calif. where they will visit his j brother. HoLston Robinson and fam-! ily. formerly of Blytheville. Mr. and j Mns. Robinson plan to be away lor approximately three weeks. Mrs. Otis Bensley and son, Mich- lei Keith, left Sunday for their home in Terre Haute. Ind.. after spending a week here with her parents, Mr- and Mrs. James Oxford. They were accompanied to Terre Haute by Sherry Hayes, who had been the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs- Oxford, for the past seven weeks, and by Mr. Bensley nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bensley, all of Torre Haute, who were weekend guests of the Oxfords. Revival Meeting Planned at Luxora A revival meeting beginning tomorrow night. Is to be conducted at Luxora Church of God with Evangelist, Jimmy Martin of Memphis as preacher. The services, which are to be held ouch evening at 8 o'clock, will be held through Aug. 1(5. The apron of your fireplace can be kept clean and shiny ail summer with a coat of hard-gloss wax. Mrs. B. T. Worthy, Mrs. George Trimue, Mrs. Loy Welch are hostesses fro a tea for their granddaughter and niece. Miss Doris Worthy, bride-elect of James D. Murphy from 3 to 5 at the Welch home. Friday Mrs. Dick Shanks is hostess for a. meeting of Vendredi Bridge Club. Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove was hostess last night at her home to mem- j bers of the Business Women's Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church. Present were 19 members and four visitors The program was on the topic "American Indians and the Jesus Way." with the devotional given by Mrs. Ann Guerian, who used as her theme "Rope of Love." Participating i on the program were Mrs. Jack At- I taway. who offered prayer, Miss Bonnie Webb. Mrs. Howard Cald- vvell. Mrs. R. O. Bclknap. Mrs. Jim Ross, Mrs. Jeff Hester. Miss Ellen Moore and Mrs. J. H. Melton. Repetition' of the W.M.U. watchword for the year and a prayer for Indian missions by Mrs. Janie Ross closed the program. A tea was held during the social hour. flMT/I U -' A, wedding reception is o place where pccpie exchange six dollar-;' worth of merchandise for 10 ••olbrs' 'Aorth of drinks. «HEA» Exercises Help Trim Fat from Upper Arms Ry ALICIA HART NI5A Beauty Editor A beauty problem facing many women is that of fat and flabby upper arms, even when the lower arms are trim. A reader, perhaps discouraged, by her appearance in slec 1 voices summer dresses, has asked for some exercises to reduce hers. 1. Stand erect with feet together or sit in a straight-backed chair in a e;ood posture. Raise arms above the head in ti straight-up position, j palms together. Now for the exer- i cise: Vigorously throw the arms j out to the sides so that they're ' parallel with the shoulders. j Bend the elbows and touch your I shoulders with your fingertips. | Now oving arms down to sides and i relax. Begin all over again. Work jr' .-thmically and precisely. Start with only nvo or three times and ; gradually work up to 10. j 2. This exercise can also be done ! standing or silting. Start with a food posture and extend arms before you at shoulder height, with p;'. 1 ' n s upward. With both hands working at once, group your finger tins avo"^ '. i'":c t'ti Q[ f-e thumb and then very slowly open the fin- rcrs to a count of 25. Stretch the fingers far apart and then fold them up aga in slowly. Feel the tension in fingers and elbows but the strer'.'lh will come from your upper arm, Don't .overdo these or any exercises. Work up gradually to as many as you C:MI do without becoming tn-ed. On the other hand, don't be a quitter if you really want results! You can-peel oranges and grapefruit more easily if you place thm in boiling water for eight minutes first. Marriage Licenses OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK The following couple has obtained a marriage license in the office of ! the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Cover fish with browned butter ' Blythe Parker: or lemon juice while cooking and : James S. Gordon and Seminole you'll avoid unpleasant fish odors. I Austin, both of Chicago, III. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for lUtz & Roxy I'roRTarn Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Slarvue. LAST TIMES TODAY Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission He & 39c Al AD Times WED. & THURS. Double Feature iMonaiima M-G-M'I ROMANTIC COMIDV BIOTf VAN JOHNSON JANET LEIGH LOUIS CALHERN Cartoon: Cabrallcro Droopy , l White's Clean Up Sale Entire Stock of Women's Summer Dress Shoes and Casuals We may be crazy for selling these shoes at this price, but you will be crazy if you fail to come in and take advantage of these give away prices! 5 Vitality P A' Paradise Risque Lifestride Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort Good Shoes & Hosiery tiANGUND'S TtRROR-RUtt SMASHED! Sl FRANK ll/ JOAN 10VEJOY-VVELDON JO [ISINGtR ••""•"MISSOUR PLUS SELECTED SHORTS RiTZ GUESTS Mr. & .Mrs. Oscar Fendlcr Mr. & Mrs. Graham Stidbury & Family Mr. & Mrs. Jesse Taylor & Family Mr. & Mrs. Marcus Evrard THURSDAY & FRIDAY Paramount News & Cartoon: Birthday Party RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. (Jonvjjo JiiRrum & Family Mrs. .Mary .1. Scrape Mr. & Airs, .lop Fcrj*uson & Family Miss Viola Bennett 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD 1 Double Feature MARINE THE RAIDERS SUNDOWNERS With Pat O'Brien & Ruth Hussey With Robert Preston &Robert Sterling Also Carfoon: HYPNOTIZED THURSDAY & FRIDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING PAULA RAYMOND KENNETH TOBEY PAUL CHRISTIAN • CECIL KELLAWAY JACK PENNICK smtn pi.,b,LOU MORHEIMwFREO FREIBERGER p»ii>iripii« bi l«i '"mil, A sc. . fcweuie Piod«c« BERNARD W. BURTON Itctoeil Edicts CniM b( RAY HARRYHAUSEN • MUM b, Oj««f Buttolph HAU'HESTER««iJACK OIETZ • EUGENE'lOURIE-o,ii,*.irin, WARNER BROS. PLUS TWO CARTOONS

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