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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 10, 1953
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PAGE TWO BL.YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1958 oce p»t MullM, Society ty f ' PllOM 4461 Bride-Elect Is Honored At Barbecue Graham Partlow Jr.. was host Saturday night at » barbecue supper In honor of Miss Vivian Taylor und her fiance, Paul D. roster. The patio of the Partlow home was the setting for the informal affair attended by seven couples including Miss M»ry Meyers of Little Rock, houseguest of Mr. Partlow and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wildy of Etowah, Miss Pat Wies of Brinkley houseguest of Miss Barbara Mo'naghan, Miss Joan Cultom and Baker Springfield, both of Wilson. Colorful garden flowers were used on the small tables arranged on Bridge Tourney Dates Changed Announcement was made at tin Saturday session of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge Club that the city tournament, originally scheduled for Aug. 20 and 21, has been moved up one day and wl.ll be held Aug. 19 and 20. The Mirror Room of Hotel Noble will be the scene of the annual affair. In the nine-table Mitchell movement played Saturday after- noon at the regular game, East and West high scorers were Mrs. Jesse M. White and Mrs. G. O. Poetz, with second high going to Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Russell Phillips. North and South winners were Mrs. Poy Etchleson »nd Mrs. W. D. Chamblln, with Mrs. o. W. McCutchcn and O. S. Crowcll placing second. Miss Ai ice Anne Ledbetter Is Wed To Donald H. Moody in Michigan the patio for the supper. Later the evening the group motored Osceola and danced at the Delta Miss Taylor and Mr. Poster, whose marriage is to occur Friday afternoon, were presented with a Swedish crystal pitcher as a gift from their host. Variety Club Gives Monthly Supper Dance The Jaycee clubroom on fJorth Second Street was the setting Saturday night for the monthly supper dance for members and guests of the Variety Club. Hosts and hostesses for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Graham. \ The long tables from which a buffet supper was served, were attractively decorated with mixed garden flowers and greenry. with similar bouquets arranged throughout the cluDroom where the couples danced for several hours. Quests for the evening included Mr. and Mrs. Blwood Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gllsson and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simon.-. Marriage Licenses Thft following couple has obtained B marriage license in the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: James Eugene Oanus and Gennls Thelrnn Jackson, both of Luxora. Easy-To-Sew Skirts 8868 24". 32" 1YDI 8967 "24"- 33" By Sue Burnett An important part of your tall wardrobe—neat, carefully tailored skirts u> wear with blouses nnd sweaters. You'll like this pair. Pattern No. 8967 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in waist sizes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32. Size 25, 2V4 yards of 54-inch, Pattern No. 8868 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in waist sizes 24, 25, 26, 28, 30, 32. Size 55, 1 yard of 54-inch. Two separate patterns. For these patterns, send 30c for EACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizes desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, Is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. NffD A PLUMBER? THEN CALL ORSBURN SUPPLY CO. 1916 W. Main Phon* 3208 Mrs. Donald Moody Miss Alice Anne Ledbetter.' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ledbetter o! Flint, Mich., became the bride of Donald H. Moody, also of Flint, In a candlelight ceremony solemnized July 25 at the Gtad firings Tabernacle in Flint. The Rev. Vent Bowlln officiated in the presence of a large number of guests. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal gown 'of nylon tulle and satin, fashioned with a yoke of pleated tulle over n fitted bodice of satin. The bouffant shirt was formed of panels of lace over satin, which extended inlo a cathedral train. Her veil fell from a coronation crown of pearls and sequins, and she carried a white prayer book topped with a white orchid, showered with white rosebuds. Miss Sue Ledbetter served as her sister as riaid of honor, and bridesmaid were Miss Erby Sue Oreer of Blytheville, Duanita Lawrence. Marion Smith and Amanda Black, all of Flint. Teena Glover, served as flower girl and Philip Bowlin served as ringbear- er. Jack Moody of Jefferson City, Tenn.. was his brother's best man. Ushers were Lester Gray. Dick Hempton, Jjm Lee. all of Flint, and Richard Pemberton of Milwaukee, Wise. A reception was held In the YWCA Parlors immediately fol- ,lowing the ceremony. Later in the evening the couple left for a wedding trip to Northern Michljrnn. They now nrc at home at 2322 Gibson Street in Flint. Mrs. Moody is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ford and of Mrs. Vera Ledbetter, all of Blytheville. Mr. Moody's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Moody of Jefferson City. OSCEOLA NEWS By. Betlye Nelle Starr Bridge Club meets Mrs. Guy Bobbins was hostess to her bridge club Thursday, when Mrs. Louis George was a guest. Mrs. Bobbins won high score and Mrs. Jimmy Herudon won second. A dessert plate was sewed at the conclusion of the party. Pitch Club Mccls The Widows Pitch Club met Wednesday night with Mrs. Betlye Nelle Starr. Mrs. J. W. Whllworth and Miss Blanche Clure were guests. A dessert course preceded the card games In which Mrs. Tlnsley Driver won high score and Miss Clurc won second. Visitor Entertained Mr. nnd Mrs. Tnl Tonsnle entertained their granddaughter, Sarah Lynn Dunlap of Blrtgcly, Tenn., with a house party recently. Guests from Bldgnly were Carolyn Crannn, Nancy Callls, Marljcan Wyott, Beverly Homra and Sharron Alexander. They were accompanied to Osccoln by Mrs. Dunlap. A barbecue supper and liuvn party during their stay was attended by 25 Osceola guests. Celebrates Birthday Louise Cromcr celebrated her seventh birthday Thursday by having lawn party. Twenty-five children attended. A wishing well was set up on the lawn from, which favors were drawn. Ice cream and cake were served. Visitors Complimented Mrs. Latah Coble and Mrs. Tal Tongnte complimented Mrs. Elsie Allison and her daughter, of Snn Antonio, Tex., who are visiting Judge nnd Mrs. S. L. Oladlsh, with a luncheon at the 50 Club. Personals Mrs. Mary Alma Hunt took her daughter, Miss Patsy Hunt, to St. Louis lor treatment of injuries received in an accident several months ago. baby, which has been named Eliza- the birth of a daughter Thursday at Osceola Memorial Hospital. The bah), which has been named Elizabeth Ann, was the first girl born in the new hospital. Tile Wards have two other daughters. Mrs. Dale Barron was hostess lo her Canasta Club Thursday at the 50 Club where n luncheon was served the guests. Mrs. Emmett Dunn and children, Sally and Donnie. left yesterday for a week's visit in Birmingham. Ala. Mrs. Clarence Grigsby, elementary school teacher, and Mrs. L. W. Foster, junior high school tencher, are home after taking courses in children's work at the University of When ifs time To Repaint you'll save money by selecting gooA paint. Good pftint lasls longer and the !on«ei inter- v»li between painting lowen four annual east. We recommend VAN-CALVKRT P.lnt«, mad* b; "America'* Oldett Mixed P'lnt House." Phone 45S2 and, ne will (Inure thn cost and recommend a food p*lnt«. E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Arkansas. Miss Karen Bradley Is home alter visiting relatives in Kingston and Knoxville, Tenn. In Kingston, she visited her aunt, Mrs. Fisher Turner, former, Osceola resident, Mr. find Mrs. Hurry Matlock and daughters are vacationing at pick- wick Dam, Miss Nancy Ann Welborn is visiting In HumboJdl, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Van F. Ingram and children, Vanna Joe and Bob, of Tnconm, Wash., and Mrs. James N Ingram of Joncsboro, La., visited briefly Tuesday with Mr. nnd Mrs V. E. Harlan and family. They are relatives of Mrs. Harlan. Mrs. Lonp. Colbert spent the week end with her so.n, 3. W. Williams and family IrCBatesvUJe, Mrs. Maude -Hudson, and Mrs Mona Moore are home after spending two wpek.s touring the West,. Miss Llewelyn White is .spending two weeks in Charlotte, N. C.. as Kuest of her mint. Mrs. George Snyder, and Mr. Snydor. The group wil vacation nt the Snyder's summer home nt Blowing Rock, N. C. Mrs. Nellc Kent and Miss Julia Mae Morrison spent the week end In Memphis. Mrs. Vernon James is home after Meed Mote Stage Space. ? Take it ftom your lumber dealer,.. NOW is tfie time -k> do it with riRPflWOOD BulI.D convenient, spnce- Kiiving storage walla, wardrobes, or other built-ins with easy-to-use fir plywood. Big real wood panels speed work, cut cost, noed no special tools. So why wait? Build that extra storage you need right now. See your lumber dealer today I He has NEW PLANS for you TIM!llM6NT...ttKfUII«MT! Kappa Sigma Fraternity Gives Rush Party Here A large number of out-of-town guests attended the Kappa Sigma fraternity rush party held Saturday night at the North Star Supper Club, with Rupert Martin Crafton serving as chairman of the affair. Masses of mixed garden flowers In colorful hues were arranged throughout the clubroom where the 100 guefits were served a buffet supper and later danced for several hours. At midnight, the group gathered at the E. B. Gee home on North Highway 61 for a swimming party and refreshments. Miss Maybian Cooke of Little Rock, national kappa Sigma sweetheart, was honored guest at the affair, which was attended by five Mississippi County rushees Including Johnny Halsell, Johnny O'Brien, Jan Rayder and Donald Gentry, all of Blytheville, and Sonny .Steed of Osceola. Included among the other out-of- kiwn guests here lor the party were Jerry Patterson of Forrest City, Bill Ketchum of Lonoke, Bill Coolidge, John King and Waddy Moore, all of Helena, Jim Howard of Little Rock, and Bill Stoddard of Hughes, all houseguests °! E. B. Qee Jr., and Jim Brandon of Little Rock, houseguest of Mr. Crafton. Coming Events Monday Circle Five of First Presbyterian Church will meet wilh Mrs. Bob Turner, 704 East Walnut at 8 p. m. W.S.C.S. of Luke Street Methodist Church meets at home of Mrs. O. J. Rotlgers, 331) Walker, with Mrs. George Shanks, co-hostess. 1:30 p.m. Rebcka & Odd Fellows Lodge and .heir families have fellowship meet- ng nt 8 pm. at the lodge, followed with supper by the Eebekas. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has masterpoint game at the club. Wednesday C & Q Club is entertained by Mrs. John Edwards. FRIDAY Mrs. Sanforcl Tomlison will be hostess to the Vendredl Bridge Club. At the Hospitals Blythevlile Hospital Dismissed: Joe Barch, Luxora Mrs. Dale Hood, city F. W. Whltner, Jr.. city Fred Burgcson, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Walter Atchison, Homers vilic, Mo. • Mrs. Euna Wollums, Rt. 3 W. H. Bnrbcr, Holland, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Jr., and children, Alvin, III, and Emily, will return tonight from Kentucky Fragrance Aids Teen-Age Neatness Mothers »re always looking for p a 1 n I e » • w«y« to tr »'n their teen-age daughters Into mod grooming habits. The gilt of a good matched fragrance set might b« » help. Would you like her to keep her bureau drawers in better order? Sachet might be the incen- Lake, where they spent the weekend, tlve ypur daughter needs. The Mrs. Homer Blessing returned yesterday to her home in Newbern, Tenn., after a visit here with her daughter, Mrs. Gerald Johnson, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ford and granddaughters, Mrs. Larry Button and Frances Elaine Clampitt, of Blytheville, and Jane Shaver of Little Rock, left this morning for Port Wayne, Ind., for a visit with their daughter and her family. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhoads and family, and Mrs. Lula Rhoads, spent yesterday in Maiden, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rhoad» and family. Mrs. Helen Hall and Miss Lend Williams spent today in Memphis. Mrs, Russell Riales and son, "Sonny" Riales, left Saturday night for Camden, where they were called by the sudden death of her brother, Jasper Daws. Funeral services were held this afternoon in Camden. Pvt. Gene Griffin arrived last night to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Griffin. Pvt. Griffin, who has been stationed at Port Bliss, Texas, will report at the end of his 10-day leave to Camp Crowder, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hatch and son, Billy, had as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Amelung and daughter, Alice Ann, of Green- same would be true for her closets. A sachet shoulder cover which snaps on a dress hanger might be the thing to make her want to kep her closet door shut. Tell her that the fragrance will waft its way through all of her dresses if she'll do this. If you give her perfume and toilet water in one of the girlish flower scents, you can explain this morning .were Misses Ann Seay, Jlmnyie Lee Moore, Sue Jobe, Mar r tha Ann Bean, Pat Partlow, Mary Alice McWaters. Judy McCall, Linda Rayder, Juanita Ferguson and Delores Adams. Jim Deer, son of Judge and Mrs. Philip Deer of Blytheville, completed his pre-med work at Hendrlx College, Conway, on Friday, and is now visiting here with his parents. He will enter University of Tennes* Medicine In Mem- wood, Miss. Mrs. Jake Huffman and Miss Luna Wilhelm spent Saturday In Memphis. Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Jr.. and daughter, Carter, of Steele, Mo., left yesterday for Danville, Va., where they will be guests of Mrs. Affllck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Boatwright and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Ford of Shallmar, Pla., formerly of Kennett, Mo., spent Saturday here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris had ns their weekend guest, her brother, Lt. Prank Adkins of St. Louis. Mo. Misses Edna and Sherrie Overman have returned to their home In Chicago after a week's visit here with phis Sept. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. B. T. Worthy, Mrs. George Trimue, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McHaney and Mr. .and Mrs. Robert G. McHaney, were in Marked Tree yesterday to attend the marriage of Miss Doris Worthy to James D. Murphy of Lepanto. The ceremony was held at 5 o'clock at the Baptist Church in Marked Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Riley B. Jones and daughters, Laurie Eve and Julie Ann, will return tonight from the Gulf Coast where they spent a 10- day vacation. Misses Patsy Criaer and Mary Roberts are visiting for a week in Ripley, Tenn. They were in Memphis Saturday where they motored R. N. Hatley of Dallas, Texas, who became ill while visiting here, to the hospital there, and then spent a few hours in Covington, Tenn., before going to Ripley. Miss Maybian Cooke of Little Rock was the weekend guest of Rupert Martin Crafton and his par- their parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. D. ] entSj Mr and Mrs Rupert Craftoni Overman, and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Auten and Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry returned last night from Prentiss, Miss., where they spent the week- daughters, Janet Sue, Eugenia, Nancy and Brenda. of Phoenix, Ariz., formerly of Blytheville, are spending . , .. three weeks here with Mr. Auten's ^.'"^'L^^ th Mrs p w mother, Mrs. J. E. Lanier, and Mr. Lanier. Mrs. E. M. Regenold returned Saturday from Baltimore, Md., where she underwent treatment for five weeks at Johns Hopkins. Her condition is much improved. Mrs. Marvin Robinson »went to Memphis this morning to spend sev- Reod Courier News Classified Ads. attending Henderson College in Ar- kudclphla, khere she hns been working on her bachelor of science d^rcc this summer. Mrs. James is a member of the Luxora faculty. ,ii's. J, W. Taylor is a patient In Osceola Memorial Hospital. left this morning for her home in DeKalb, Miss., after a visit here with her daughters ,Mrs. C, L. McWaters and Mrs. G. O. P.oetz, and her son, Charles C. Langston, and their families. She was accompanied home by her granddaughters, Glenda Lee Poetz and Margaret Wroten Perfume for teen-age girl is no extravagance. This girl's mother gave her gift to help teach her ways of charm. th« Importance of daintiness as you make the gift tell her to apply it to all the pulse spots—at temples, nape of the neck, inside of wrjsts, elbows and knees. It doesn't belong on clothes. The pretty bottle may encourage her to keep the top of her dressing table uncluttered and immaculate. But you'd better stress this point when you give her the perfume. Such things don't ' always follow automatically- When Vacation Highly Unlikely To Be Vacation: "You can spend your vacation at home," announces a homemaking magazine. And there are all sorts of tempting pictures showing "you" relaxing at home during your vacation which, the article claims, wili be "all rest and comfort." "A n y housewife reading the article would immediately have a few pertinent questions to ask. Who is going to cook the three square meals a Ruth Mlllett day, wash the dishes, make the beds, and take care of the children? How are you going to sleep late in the morning when the rest of the neighborhood isn't on vacation? one chauffeurlng, a job ilwayi thtrt to be done when th« family 1* »t home? And that telephone. It Un't folnf to stop ringing simply becituM you are on « two weeks' vacation. Nor are the requests that come over It joing to let up. The reminder of a neetlng you mustn't miss, the plea [or a cake for a charity bazaar, tha business voice wanting to know If you've considered having your horn* air-conditioned or if you are In the market lor a new kitchen rang*. And how are you going to let your house know that you are on vacation, even though It is still sheltering you? Things will need attention just as usual, for it Is a rare two weeks In any home when something doesn't call for repair. And how are you going to get a vacation from your social dutlei If you stay at home? What excuse can you offer the Joneses who want to come by for a game of bridge? You're on vacation and want to get away from bridge for a while. Those are the questions that Immediately occur to the housewife when anyone starts talking about the wonderful possibilities of vacationing at horn. For she knows the only way she can get a real vacation is to lock the door and take off. PEACHES Arkansas Elberta $1.49 P Bring your own container. BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 120 E. Main Phone 8201 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Rltz &, Roxj Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News & Cartoon: Southern Fried Rabbit RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. H. R. 'Schmuck Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Spaeth, Jr. Miss Merlene Verscr Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Carey & Family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY T he seas have never seen their like ! _ _ ^ m ^^ ^4 The screen has never matched their mighty adventures! . BLACKBEAHD '. TKCH^fCOWK ROBERT NEWTON LINDA DARNELL -WILLIAM BENDIX An EDMUND GRAINGER Production VI PLUS SELECTED SHORTS RITZ GUESTS Mr. & Mrs. Hue.y Bunch & Family Mr. & Mrs. R. I,. Freeman & Family Mr. & Mrs. Charles Riggins & Family Mr. & Mrs. ,lar;«i E. 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Norris. who has been in Jim Roleson returned this morn- Memphis with her daughter, will ing from St. Louis where he spent return home tonight. the weekend and played in the , Miss Juanita Overman and v Miss §ummeK,,NationaI Duplicate Bridge Rebecca Henson spent the weekend Tournament. at Perncliff. near Little Rock. i Miss Virginia Nunn of Washing- Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Rhoads mot- tori| D . c., arrived yesterday to ored to Memphis this morning with spend two weeks here wlth her par . their daughter. Miss Gwendolyn ^ Mr and Mrs Marvln Nunrli Sue Rhoads, who is attending __J Draughon's Business College there. VBMBHHMI^BiHHHiHHi Miss Rhoads had spent the week-' end here with her parents. Mrs. .1. W. Rayder nnd Mrs. T. I. Seay left this morning with a group of Blytheville girls to spend a week at Norfork Lake. Making the trip RADIATOR WORK Boiled Out Repaired Flo Tested Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop 508 Cl. Lake Are. 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