The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 13, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 13, 1953
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PAGE FOUR BT.rraEvn.LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST It, It* Fat MulMni, Society Editor Phon« 4461 Champagne Supper Given in Honor of Bride-Elect Miss Anne Oonway White of Otceola and Miss Maureen King Norrli were hostesses last night at a champagne supper at the Norris home complimenting Miss Vivian Taylor and Paul D. Foster. Both Miss White and Miss Nor- rls will serve as bridesmaids In the Taylor-Foster wedding to be solemnized tomorrow afternoon at Fiist Presbyterian Church. The 32 guests present last night Included members of the wedding party, out of town guests here for the wedding and close friends of the young couple. The buffet supper was served In the etudlo of the Norris home, where the hostesses used a gveen and white color scheme, centering their table with a large black wrought iron holder filled with early fall flowers in vivid shades- Slender green tapers burned in black wrought Iron holders on either side of the centerpiece. Surprise Shower Is Given for Mrs. Nebhut Mrs. B. E. Jaggers, Mrs. J. T Hughes and Mrs. H. B. Rlchardsoi were hostesses to 31 guests las night at the Rustic Inn entertain ing to compliment Mrs. James Neb hut. The affair, a surprise layette shower, was held in the private dining room of the Inn, where thi gift tables were decorated in i pink and blue color scheme and centered with a large stork holding a baby doll In Its mouth. Pink diapers were pinned with large pins to edges of the cloth and corsage made from a tiny doll nestled in a pink lace trimmed blanket marked Mrs. Nebhut's place. Games were played during the evening, with Mrs Nebhut and Mrs. Bill Spence winning the prizes which also were presented to the honoree. After the gifts had been opened, the hostesses served a dessert course to their guests, who included Mrs. Barton Bond of Memphis, Mrs. J. C. Klnningham of Steele, Mo., and Mrs. Isaac McKay of Holland, Mo. WilsonPTAMaps Plans for Year WILSON, Ark.—A called meeting of officers and committee chairman of the Wilson Parent-Teachers Association was held Tuesday afternoon In the Merrell Room of Wilson Tavern. Mrs. O. B. Craven, president, was In charge of the meeting during which plans for the coming year ''•were discussed. Committee chairmen named Include Claude Lynch, finance; Mrs. J. D. Rankin, program; Mrs. B. F- Boyles, publicity; Mrs. Jim McCullar, health; Mrs. Albert Grcenwell, hospitality; Mrs. C[ H. Buchanan, parent education; Mrs. Arnold McDaniel, publications: Mrs. C. D. Price, membership; Mrs. Roy Stobaugh, entertainment; Miss Rosetta Wolf, registration. School lunch and library chairmen will be announced later. Texas Visitor Is Honored at Drop-In Here Mrs. R. I*. Dedman and he daughter, Mrs. Bob Walden, enter tained yesterday afternoon with ai informal drop - in compllmentlni Mrs. Dedman's stster-in-law, Mrs I. O. Westbrook, Jr., of San Angela Texas, formerly of Biytheville. The affair, held at the Walden home, was attended by approximately 25 guests. A green and yellow color scheme was selected by the hostesses foi their refreshment table, which they centered with an unusual arrangement of yellow baby mums anc greenery. Party foods were served ,hroiighout the afternoon. Mrs. Westbrook was presentee with a gift from her hostesses. C&QCiubMeets n Edwards' Home Mrs. Foy Etchlson was a guest esterday when Mrs. John Edwards 'as hostess to members of the C i Q Club at her home for a desert bridge party. High score . prize went to Mrs. ewis Partridge, second high to Jrs. Bill Hodge and bridge to Mrs. Elwood Dcen. The hostess served a dessert ourse to her guests, and used ilxed garden flowers to decorate er home. (ibitzer Club Meets in Home Mrs. Dick j. White and Miss Betsy Bell were gucstn with members of the Kibitzer Club yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, Jr., entertained at her homo. Purple and white periwinkle were used to decorate the Hughes home where the guests spent the afternoon at bridge. High scqre prize went to Mrs. Robert G. McHaney and second high to Miss Bell. A dessert course wns served. Small tables were arranged •bout the yard of the home and were centered with white hurricane lamps holding green tapers, »nd colorful deck chairs were used at the tables, adding color to the Informal setting. Pink roses were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home, and Miss Taylor was presented with a shoulder corsage of pink orchids from her hostesses. Miss Taylor's gown was a wiiite linen sheath frock trimmed with touches of blue. Piano music throughout the evening was provided by Willie Blum. Miss White and Miss Norm were assisted in entertaining by their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White of oscenla and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel p. Norris. Baptist Church Class Meets Bits of News llif I erional Tlic Sunbeam cla^s of Armore! Baptist Church met last night at the church for a regular meeting with 18 members and three new members present. Ray Edmondson, president, led the group in repeating the Lord's Prayer and the watchword for the year. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse, and the group then repeated the "Five Shining Sunbeam Aims." u.sing their hands to act out each aim. Mrs. N. C. Patterson, group counselor, told the story "The Piece of j Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Edwards and children, Jimmle, Freddy and Dolores, have returned from Denver, Colo., where Mrs. Edwards and the children Had spent the past month, and where Mr. Edwards joined them last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phillips, who have been making their home in Salem, 111,, have returned to Biythe- ville and are now living in Apt. 3BB, Chickasaw Courts. Their son, Edward Phillips. Mrs. Phillips and their children, Linda, Eddie and Billy, have returned to their home in Orcyvllle, 111, after visiting here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. B. H. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Ruber are guests of Mrs. Ruber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudsen. Mr. Ruben recently wns released from the Air Force in San Antonio, and the couple plans to make their home in New York City after a visit here. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard, Jr., and sons, left this morning for | Senatobia, Miss., where the boys will be thn weekend guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Sheddan, while their parents visit Meridian, Miss., with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin, formerly of Biytheville. Mrs, J. L. Thompson has as her icsts for a few days, her sons, i J. L. (Tommy) Thompson of Syos- sett, N. Y.. and Hal R. Thompson of Texas City. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, Jr., of Savannah. Ga., announce the birth ol a daughter yesterday morning at a Savannah hospital. They have named the baby, their first child, Katherine Arden. Mrs. Ferguson is the former Miss Margaret Emily Kllnger of Atlanta, and Mr. Ferguson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson of Biytheville. Mrs. Jake Huffman and her sister, Miss Luna Wllhelm, left this Wood that Talked,"'and, assisted bj morning for St. Louis to spend sev- Barbara Edmondson, G.A. girl, served refreshments cream. of cake and Ice AI the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Patsy Barber and baby, city Neal Harehman, Tomato Biytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ralph Brown and baby, toeland B. L. Shaw, city Coming Events FRIDAT Y. W. A. Association^ House- arty at First Baptist Church, with cgistration to begin at 7 p. m., [banquet at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Sanforcl Tomllson will bo hostess to the Vendredl Bridge Club, Stitch and Chatter Club meeting with Mrs. Graver Whittle, 7:30 p.m.. for tacky party. Back to School Fashion Show Planned Approximately 400 college-bound girls from Northeast Arkansas and "Southeast Missouri will be guests of Whitsltt's In Biytheville Saturday afternoon when they will view back- to-school fashions. Girls from West Memphis to Slk- eston have been invited to t h e af- Pretty Twosome For Girls 8992 6-H yn. 8993" j/jJACKEJ «.u yn. By Sue Burnett Here's an exciting combination for a busy school year—a simple Juniper, with or without the collar; and a grown-up looking jacket. Pattern No. 8992, jumper, is in sizes 6, 8, 10,12, H years. Size 8, 2-% yards of 45-Inch. Pattern No. 8993 Is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 6. 8. 10, 12, H. years. Size 8, Hi yards of 45- Inch. Two 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, III Basic FASHION for 'S3, Fall and Winter, Is a complete guide In planning a practical, scw-tilmple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed Inside] the book. Send 25 cents today. fair, which will feature various prizes and mlri-flfternoon refreshments. Mrs. Jack Hale will don mortarboard and gown as narrnlor while Jean Driver Kendrlck, EtIUtn Fletcher, Delia Shlppcn, Betty Spiers and Joan and Jinn- Pogues. all of Osceola; Joan Earls, Betsy Bell. Wlnette Whistle and Jean Campbell, of Biytheville. and Mary Ann The affair, held at the Walden Mlchle of Steele, model 1953 campus fashions. Beat! Courier News Classified Ads. Jenny Marston Celebrates Birthday Because Jenny Marston was five years old yesterdny, Mrs. Permella Roberts, with whom Jenny makes her home, invited 15 boys and girls to a part-y fit her home. TrftcliUonnl party grimes were played during the afternoon, favors were given the children and the group sang "Happy Birthday" as the birthday cake was cut and served with ice cream. Mrs. Roberta was assisted throughout the afternoon by Jenny's mother. Mrs. Ann Marston, who is visiting here from Port Leonard Wood, Mo. eral days as guests of their brother Paul Wiihelm, and family. Mrs- J. C. Lowe was admitte Tuesday to Memphis Methodis Hospital for treatment of a hip in jury she sustained in a fall sev era! days ago. Mr. Lowe and son Jerry, who accompanied her t Memphis, returned home that nigh The Rev. and Mrs. Gene Shult and son have as their guest Mr and Mrs. Floyd Duvall and Jamil; of Lakeland, Pla. Mrs. R. C. Allen and Miss Jo Ann TrieKchmn left yesterday afternoon for St. Louis where they will attend the final social events being givei in compliment to Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin and Rtves Calvin Al len prior to their marriage Saturday night in Webster Groves, Mo Mrs. Allen will be hostess at t h e rehearsal dinner on Friday night and Miss Tricschman Is to sing a Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m and 4 p.m. for Rltz A lioxy Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. THURSDAY & FRIDAY PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON Mr. H Mr. & RITZ GUESTS Miss Ncnl Lucked Mrs. .1. A. 1/uckel.l. Airs. N. M. Stone & Family Mrs, U. S. Mulling & Family LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature CLAUDE DAUPHIN :-I,n ——....«, .^.ttvein Cartoon: Gift Wrapped FRI. & SAT. Double Feature — PLUS — Serinl: JiiiiRlc Drums No. 7 Curloon: Kirldin The Uiit wtddlnf. out-of-town |u«iU In tht hom« of Mrs. P. D. Fo«t«r, who huve »r- rived to attend the marrlige Friday «ft«noon of Ml»« Vivian Tay- iur to P»ul D. Koiter, Include Mrs. Foster's daughter, Mr». jPred Stend- man «nd two children, Freddy and Helen, ot ,Victorvlll«, Calif., her sister, Mn. Miller Cresswell of Jack- jon, Miss., and three of her nieces Mrs. Hack Stewart of Jackson, Mrs. M. H. Crawford of Greenville, Miss, and Mr.i. Neal Bogan, with Mr. Bogan, of Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Steadman and her children have been here for several days, and the other arrived last night. Mr. and Mrs. 8. C. Owens, their son, Brltt, and daughters, Sue and Lou, have returned from a two-week vacation trip' through Kansai anrl Colorado. While in Colorado they visited Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horner and family who are spending the summer In Basalt. Carol Ann Caldwell is spending several days In Kennett, Mo., with her aunt, Mrs. E. M. Tatum. She will return home Sunday. Miss Dolly Hlett of .Little Rock rm arrived for a visit with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Hunton, and Mr. Hunton. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stockley of Marlon arrived last night to be the guests of her mother. Mrs. S. S. Patterson, and to attend the party given last night by Miss Maureen Norris and Miss Anne Conway White of Osceola, complimenting Mis* Vivian Taylor *nd Pan D. Foster. Donald Ray Boldlng, nn of Mn. Linda Proctor, left yesterday for San Diego, Calif., after reenllitlng In the Marine Corps. Mr. Boldlng expects to be stationed there for for three months before being assigned to duty in the Far East. Mrs. Boldlng, the former Miss Deborah Stanfield of Burdette, will continue to make her home in Biy- theville, and will divide her time between the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stanfield, and that of Mr. Bolding's mother. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Webb and family have as their guests, Ann and Jan Young of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks, Jr., their (laughter, Judy, and son, J. Well Brooks. Ilf, of Memphis have returned from a 10-day trip to Ashville. N.C., Richmond, Va., and Washington, D. C. They were the overnight guests Tuesday night of Mr. Brooks' parents here and Judy remained with her grandparents for a longer visit. Mrs. Perry Barber and son. Tommy, of Lawrence, Kans., arrived this morning to be the guests of Mrs. Barber's mother. Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty, and to attend the marriage of her niece, Miss Vivian Taylor, to Paul D. Foster tomorrow afternoon at First Presbyterian Church. Arriving this afternoon to be guests in the Dillahunty home for the weekend to attend' the wed- dint, -w« bt Mif. 0, n. Lt» and Mn. J. M. OlllMpli, both of Or- enburg, Tenn. Mr. and Mn. Peter B«rzvyk and grandson, Wayne Schink of Racine, Wte., and Mn. William D. Goodwin and children, John and Georgia Ann, of Columbia. Oa., ipent last night and today here as guests of Mr. and Mrs- Samuel F. Norris and Mr. and Mn. Frank Whltworth. They are en route to Racine from Columbus. Condition of Claude Collins, who underwent surgery earlier this week at Memphis Methodist Hospital, la reported to be satisfactory. ' Miss Rosa Schunerltsch, who has been visiting her sister in St. Louis for the past several days, returned home this morning, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stiles and W. L. Stiles and daughter, Betty Jo, have returned from Paducah and Murray, Ky-, where they visited relatives. Mrs. Eugene Brown, who has been ill at her home, 1045 West Ash, was removed to Walls Hospital this morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Hays and family left yesterday for Sikeston, Mo., to make their home. Coffee can lose its flavor, turn rancid rapidly in hot weather. Store in refrigerator, with lid placed tightly on can, for more enjoyable cups-per-pound. Fifth Birthday Is Observed Flftttn young L to th« home ot Mr. Mid Mn. OhM- ter Quails Tuesday iftwnoon «t 4 o'clock, to help Mich«l quail* »1- ebrate his fifth birthday. Cecelia Joyner WM winntr of tht prize In the games played during the afternoon, and after Michael had opened the el£U brought by the children, they were served In cream and birthday cake and preaenUd with favors. Mrs. Quails was atslited during the afternoon by Mrs. KelK Brookt, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mr». David Seymore. Cambodians Make Stogies PHNOM PENH, Cambodii (*)— There's a new industry underway In Cambodia—the growing of tobacco. The first growing tests were m»dt n 1943 by the Agricultural Research Institute, which reported "favorabl* results." Since then, despite the war In Indochina against the Communist-led Vietminh, more and more tobacco rias been planted. This year, the dry leaf crop of tobacco IS expected to reach 250 tons. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING SIA.RAIDING, SKY-STREAKING THRILL EPIC! starring STERLING HAYDEN • RICHARD CARLSON ALSO TWO CARTOONS TIME and THOUGHT It takes both to select the right gift. When selected at the GIFT SHOP you can be sure of satisfaction because \ve are anxious to spend our time helping you make the thoughtful choice. towner tailored by Donnybrook Coats with a continual social life: nine-to-five and after-five! In Donny Kurl, nubby all wool Aqua, beige, pink, blue. Both, sizes 8 to 18. Sold Exclusively At FEINBERGS Long coat, $59-05 As Advertised on Page 86 In August Issue of Mademoiselle FEINBERGS

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