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PAGE TWO BI/rfHEVTLLE (ARK.) pOURIER NCTTt JfOKDAT, JULY 14, 195J Fat Mullms, Society Editor Frances McHaney Is Complimented With Parties Given Over Week End Miss Prances McHaney, who is the | Mr.*. Jo<? Pride, jr. others assigns bride-elect of B. F. Brogdon, WHS , duriiiR the affnir were Mrs. J. Far- honored Saturday at a tea find Iris MrCaHa, Mrs. John Osborne, Sunday at an informal drop in par- Mr?. Albert Taylor, Mrs. Wallace ty. Hoko. More than 60 guests called he- For the occasion, Miss McHnney tween the hours of 4 and 6 p.m. lot \vus drossed in a printed chint/, greet Miss McHaney at the home'dress and was given while cainn- of Mrs. Blau S. Heath with Mrs. i lions for her shoulder. The hos- Tom B, Miller of Memphis us co- j less* KifLs were silver and a toaster, hostess, i Mrs. U. S, Branson was Centering the refreshment tat>]n was a study of pink carnations interspersed with baby breath and feverfew. A pink and white color scheme was carried out throughout the home. Individual cakes were iced to 25 yesterday with an fn- formal drop in party nt her home A \vhitt* color scheme was usrd throughout the house and Morn I arrangements were predominately white carnations. Assisting in .serving were* Mrti obert M n Haney, Mrs. Joe McH;t- in pink and, served with pink pu'ich on a t&ble overlaid in jiinh under white Lace. Hoses anrl daisies were I ney, Mr.s. W. H. Baker and Mrs. O used throughout other parts of thc;Grm$kc. house. " 1 The honorce wore for HIP ocra- Presiding at the table were Mrs, I Mon a striped silk sundrr*.* and pln- JOR McHaney. Mrs. Robert McHa- ' ned white carnations at, her shoiil- ney, Miss Patty June Davis and I cler. Bits of News Mrs. Johnny Lipplt ol Memphis Is tlie Riicst, of Mr, and Mrs, A. £. Huiuley. Mrs. J. C. Coleman and Mrs. Woodrow Hall arc visiting In Chicago as guests of their sister, Mrs. Bcnnle Oi'erton. Mr.s. diaries MoWftter.s ami daughters. MarR.irel and Anila, have remrneri from DcKalb, Miss, where they visited her mother, Mrs. Oleo Lnrxjstoj). Another (i.iuglitor, Mary Alice Wroten McWatcrs. Is laying lor a longer visit wflii her grandmother. While there, the Kroup spent several days In Gull- port. GuiMita of the G. L. Scott's frir the weekend have been, Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Ncster and son, Jackie, o( Louisville, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I.vb.irger, Detroit, Mich,. Mr. and Mr.s. A. Corey of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Al- nius Simpson of Dyeishnrg. Tenn. Jean Dedman Is Again Honored With Party Here Continuing the pre-nuptlal events planned for MJss Jenn Dedman, brldc-elcct of Bob Walden. was a riP5sert bridge given Friday iiicJit flt the home of Mrs. Albert Taylor with Mr.?. H. H. Brandon her co- hostess. Bridal placccards and lalli/v: were handmade carrying out Ihn wedding .scene and funning the centerpiece were white tapers backed with swirls of white molln. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. JoJin Burnett. Mrs, Hadley Hays nnd Miss -Rol>ert Braccy who were given summer costume jewelry. The honorce was showered with gifts in her chosen jmtlern of crystal. Miss Dedman dressed In n b)ack and forest green sunb.ick dress studded with rhtncstones whlrh wns fin bsh cd wl th n cut - tv way Jacket and black accessories. Dessert guests were Mrs. I. O. Vifestbrook, grandmother of the honoree, Mrs. R. L, Dctlmnn, mother oT the honoree and Mrs. John Walden, mother of Mr. Waldcn. Mavis Clampitt Mr. and Mr.s. O. A. Freeman Vi'il:-on. Their grnmlriaiightcr. A M:iry LoMise O'Brien, studc]it rvt Nrznrcnc College In Kasliv s Bride Of Larry Sutton MKs Mnvis Rene 01 a m n i U. I in-day adcrnnon for Vuvo- cinnsh'rr of Mrs. Loralne ClnmpiU j cation in the north. Tliev Picnic Supper Honors Guests Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshal] rtlacknrtl nndcl aii.alitcr. Jessie Lynn, nnd Mr. nnd Mr.s. Albert Hobersnn nntl daughters. Hhomla riiul Dcbornh, entertained at Wnlkcr Park with u - - --• — j ~ .....^. .,1 picnic In honor ol Mrs. niarkard'K j wedding ceremony .it 7:30 Saludny j this week end in sister, Mr.s, Garlnnd daughter of Jonesborc stationed in Hnlnbndae, Mel., are. here [or sevrral dn.vs. Mr. and MM. Calvin Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Hill left Sat- v.eek vcv- , . . — ^y plan to hcrnme the brkic of Lurry Cheater j vlrit New York City via Niagara Sutton. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. ClH's-1 Palls. (cr aulton. ol Promised Lair.! In a< Mr. nnd Mrs. Ollle —Courier Xeu.s Pli»t« CO.KIIK.VTi; GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY—Mr. imtl Mrs. GiHllville Lee Hcotl yesterday celebrated their 5i!lh wedding anniversary at the Chlnkiuaw Courts Hall with moi'c tl«ui 40 people present lo sive cou- Knitulations. Mr. and Mrs. Scott moved to Blythoville in 191K. Too Few Impressed As Business Partners News Hem from Cleveland: "After long experience with marriage and divorce, Judge JuHus M. KOVEI- chy that At the Hospitals niythevllle Hospital Dismissed: O. M. Bradshaw, city Mrs. ClUlimi Dericlc, steel* Mrs. Wallace Hudson, City Car] colvin Clinton, sfeele Walls Hospital Dismised: . convinccdl |a ^ drs - T ' °'- Taylor and "»"»• K °'- c o n t r b a C S U "S MrS ' M ' D ' Ho ' 0|> " !1I!d b! " >y ' Cit y more durable' Mrs ' °' W ' sim ^°»- Little Rock more duranie, Ms x , rjarncU, City than marital Mrs j D Aycock. City • Mrs. Charles Cahoon and baby. City vows. Maybe one reason for ih;it is that so many women fail to real- Ruth Mtllelt Ize 'hat, marriage IS among other things a business contract. When a man and woman mnrry . they become partners, not just spiv- [ j,j rs . Eliz.itaeth Blylhe Parker: "i 1 and physically, but in a true I Billy Joe Hnddlesion of Manila Marriage Licenses The following couple Saturday cbtnii'.cd n inamnpe license In the office of the County Court Clerk, 3. L. Celebrate Golden Roberson's sister. Mrs. SLono Walter of Hebpr Springs. Following (hep Icnic supper, the evening was spent In Informal entertainment. Boy<1 and evening at, thft home of the bride's find Mrs. t mother with the Rev. Dai re! Fiiurl Gay Color Contrast <or Dessert-Bridge- Is Given For Peggy Fleeman Blue and white provided the color scheme for a dessert bridge complimenting Miss Peggy Flceman, bride-elect nf -)ninf,( Cbenrite of Norman, Okla,, Friday, when Misses Dixie and Bobbye- Killiftn were hostesses. The five tnbJea were centered with tiny arrangements of blue and white flowers and tallies carried out ihft motif. White aster, white rosebuds, and blue blossoms ninde up larger arrange tnent-s which were placed at intervals throughout the entertaining rooms. Tn bridge gomes Miss KntherJne "Westbrook won high score, Mrs Max Walters won second fine tirlrtgo went to Miss Betty Nell Tomlinson. The honorce. who was dressed for the occasion in gray shantung, was presented a corsage of white imc f blue and showered with gifts in her chosen pattern of crystal. Barbara Carter Honoree at Party Miss Barbnrn C.irlpr was honored with a barbecue blrihdHy dinner a officiating. The bride chose for her wedding white two-piece embossed cotton with n white, orchid nt her shoulder. tun Mrs. O'Neal's brother, Wilson Forrest, and Mrs. For erst. Mr. O'Ncai went to Can]obeli's CliniL- for Irentment while there. Mr. m\(\ Mrs. H. C. Bush have returned from a 10-day vacation .ie 0-Ncai spent ! Ann IV6 TSQ TV Here Memphis, visit - ' Amirl stroamrrs, bnlloons and i (lowers, rletoiTiltng the Chtckasaw Courts Hall, Mr. »nd Mrs. Graii- villc Lee Scott crlebi'nlecl their Roldpn wedding anniversary yes- terciay. AiHiroximntfly )0 ppoDlc attended business .sense. Tne [)Cit chance (or each of them' Steele. to wind u]i financially secure is never to forget that they are busi- nes partners. When a woman v.cts a divorce she Is not just saying thats hc wiU no longer be a man's wife, she is also relinquishing her .share ol business True, she may pet support for hfr^'H and her children—-is she is Uirky. But she won't Ret the full measure of financial return that she v:ouM gel if she stuck by her marriage isi'.d her husband's income didn't have to suppon two households. Too many women, disillusioned because a marriage isn't U:e period union they hoped it would be, decide on divorce. They are so intent on «ettms their freedom, of ssyius "You can't and Miss Dorothy Lorene Frost of (i-:3H p.m. Show Starts at Dusk. 2 Shows Every Nile. LAST TLMKS TONIT 77,7- i he cnrrieci'a white nlble'and her | w * s ™» s! ". A"nnn*ota. and Iowa, i iccessories were in imw blue I Mr * nnri Mrs - Don Kl ' rl){) "Kli and. ict-issu] ies \\erc in mu> nnic. ) d,-»n«htcr, Donnn I.ec, Rlcliard Krr- l a l»»cJicon RIVPH in their honor. Miss Unsfinmrlc Clampllt ,sis^r j bouph and Bobby voss of Memphis • wllcn tho couple cut their anniver- of tlie brWb wa,s maid anrl wore n two-plficc while cotton, Slip pinned American Heavily roses at her shoulder. Lester Sutton. twin brUher yrocim served ns best man. JionDr'nre spending this week and S Luke. Emarlo) S Millie Ann ^'earerjeen, Joan Earls, T^rndley, Sue Jobe. . . B. Wyljo, Gail Brogdojj. BC.-W John- Coming Events Momlay Business Women's Circle of the First Presbyterian Church hfis B p.m. meeting at home of Mrs. E. B. Thomas. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays weekly games, Wednesday Mrs. Lewis Henderson entertains members of GIB. Dogwood Home Demonstration has 2 p.m. meeting nt, Club house Ttuirsd;iy Thursday Rook club meets in the home of Mrs. Eujjene Brown. BlytlirvlKc Duiilk-ate L^aRue has lemilar nit-ht Mrs. nill Cabic is hosttfts for 7:HO p.m. dinner-mcctitig of C. and N, Birthday Club. Norfork i- sar >" caKfi a $ the Alrains of "Anni- j verr-ary SOUK " were beard. Out-of-town gttesfx for the occasion were Mr. nnd Mis. Jack A. Next or nnr! son, Jackie, of Louisville. Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lyof Detroit, Mich., Mr, and Ron, Nati Miller, and George Ann Byrel ore spending this week nt. majorette camp nt Arkansas state Mrs! A. Corey of' cfncinnni" Ohio' College In Joncsboro. ! Mr. ami Mrs HnroM Moore'of De- Mr, and Mr.s. Paul Jdiie had ns ] tvoit. Mich,, George- Eugene O'Brien their week end RucsU. Captain T. ! Hospital Corpsman, 0, S. Navy, sla- M. Loughery and Lt. Joe Alexander '• tinned in Rainbridge. Md., Miss of Si-ott Air Force Base. TIL j Mary Louise O'Brien. NV/.aiem: Col- Ray Nelson, Wesley Adams nnd' Icga in Nashville. Tenn, Mr and Ho Huffman, who hud Spend Vacation Safely, Please Hv AI.rciA HART XEA Beaut) Editor Hw are you spending your school-flee summer? Ate you let-! treat tne like this," that they en- ling the days slip idly by. or have ! tirely disregard the fact that they you put ihe precious time to prof- j are vountarily stepping out of a liable use? ! business contract in which they There are actuary manv thitus ' niay have invested their hopes. for you to do, even if you stay home, i tl1f "' yo'.ith, and many years of visil the zoo, go on picnics. swMn! navt * wor ^in the nearest pool, or just putter ! That isn't being noble—it Is just arovmd your room. ! beina unrealistic. We w-oold proba- Perhaps you'd like to ciianpeibly have a lot fev-'er divorces if ymir old bureau ituo a modern i v,'i\es \vcre more impressed vcith drr?:in:; tabLc. Ann what annul, iinr ; li'.cir roles as business partners. clothes closet? It might be fun to i paint or wallpaper it. i Whatever plan.s you make, however, be a wise K (rl and follow the Arc Still Preachitlq advice of the National Safeiy Conn-1 cil, and piny safe. Don't try lo m , B MO INES. la f;Pi Two men crowd too many activities into one; who 1 have been ministers 50 vcars day. You'll spoit all the fun If you | sav retirement Hasn't cut down nre always exha;l.stcd. 'Retired' Ministers sp-nl a i Mis. Alrnus Simpson of Dvnrsbutn j "',., mouth at Camp LeContc at Gatlin- Tenn.. and Mr. and Mrs O'A Free- flo<! ""J hurts, Tenn.. have returned home. ] men of Wilson. ""' " ! much on their preaching. ,nst becauryorarrr'vaca^' ^ «« »» «»' ™« aruomatica'.ly mean that Chip WrlRht will remain for an-1 other month. 1 ——— Mr. nnrt Mrs. Lunsford Corvine ofj SpaD(h anrt Mf BHrt Mrs G ' cor[: BricK't-! K ™* r Mew York City nre touring the north wlicrc Mrs. Corvine l.s n[i- pnarincr ns vocalist. She is thn for- mrr Miss Helttm Johnscn, a *nu!- nntc of nij'thevillc High Sriionl ai;d the clnughtrr of Mr. nnd Mr.< C. Johnscn. She hns enRR(Tci«cnt';.^Jo in Pittsburgh nml Hochcster, Hn[nUlon . s s h tl . nnsrcrrc( , ^ ^ Bc,inln ? , 0^. where he will enter officers candidate EchooL . . 8849 10-20 Sue Burnett .. L.'idics HiWc.-Clnss of First Metll- odlst Cliuv'clltr rts 3 p.m. socinl and t.ioued at M Tenn.. U'as WllJfanis, u-ho ).<: sta- llinktoii Naval AivbR.=R. Ihe week end nt Hcndllne news for fall—the ftl- trnctfvc cotxt dress that's smnrt tor every occnsinn. This stunning version LISCS subtle contrast for collar nnd sleeves, or nmke H monotone if you prefer. Pattern No. fl-19 Ls a sow-rite per- forntcrf pattern in sizes in. 12, H, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 3"\ yards of 39- Inch; Jfi ynrds contrnsl- * For this pattern, send 30c In COWS, your name, address .size (le.sii-en". and the PATTERN N T UM- I BKK (o Sue Burnrtt. C'ouiirr News, Mr; h T?Tr' ^" |" cn j s - Mr ' f nd "^ic'r^hioi/for'sri/fiilcdwlthl Ms. H. L. Carter. Saturday cvcnlnR. | 1[icns ,„ mnh(1 vonr rlo , llcs bl]( , gct l Danclnp and cnnnsfn provirtcd [ go furllicr — time-savi.ii; ami eco- ! Ihe entcrlainment. following dinner I nomlral drsiius lhat an- easy to] Summer flou'crs «ere used j .<e«". Gift [jancrn prinled inside throughout the enlerlaining rooms.' 25 renUs. i its nude, o. O. Hardruvay, «nd Mrs. Cornelhl.s Modinger. Kr.. re- proRrnin meeting. Hostes,«e,s ,irc! Inrrjetl Salnrday from N T e\v Orleans, Mrs. E. E Hardln. Mrs. J. a. Slid- bury nnrl Mrs. O. C. Onnske. Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr., Is hostess lo La Finefjsn club at 1:30 p.m. Saturday nlythevlllc D n p 11 c a I e Dririgc League plays afternoon gamps. Proe- berg of Brockton, Mass.. and the Rev. J. E. Lorimer of Chappcll. Neb. They and the Rev. A. T. Lundholm of Rock Island. 111., were I I Coieen Gray Charles "Bicklorc! frances Gifford Also Cartoon & Comedy Tues-Wed Dollar Nites Uring a Carload for KORCE SAfT { A DANGEROUS PROFESSION Also Cartoon & Comedy you should keep late hours consistently. Tf Caur.se, watch your exuos- ure to the sun, and don't be a dare- s honm . cc ) recently at the SBrd annual I devil in the water. (synod of the Augustann Lutheran If you can't swim, keep out ot; church for 50 ye'ars of service to snmll boat^. or wear an approved : t| :e c hnrch life preserver. Rocking or splashing! The Rcv Froob( , rK Pay5 hc Sunday MississlpDl County Sl be heir! tomorrow at 2 Gospel Tabernacle. win Mr. and Mrs. C. Modinger, Jr., opd.. children returned hoine Satur- d'ny inght:froin a week's vacalioi Montatik Park near Salem. Mo. Millard L. Glass, Fireman, U. S Na\y. arrived home Sat\]rday to spend a 20-<!ny leave with his "parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass and children Gene. Ann, Buddy, and ] Carolyn. He has spent 17 months on Guam and will report to S,in La., where where she spent two Dicpo. He was met In Memphis by weeks with her sisler, Mrs. Alnn his family, Mr. and Mrs. James AI. Simon, nnd family. She \vas acc.uu- f Oritcy and son. Allan, nnd Pfc. Bii- panied home by her mother, Mrs. ' '>' Glass, and Mi.ss Ruth Thaxton. in n rnnne \s d.ingcrous nnd could rrn^sr: the rrnft to tip over. You'll enjoy a nmdi happier vacation if you u.sc your common n ntj^ense, and follOH 1 the .simple safety rules set down for you. Tax Collectors Find rt ^(i-miY :t-;ivc uitd zns par- ' . . .. n it, t Mr. and Mrs. Sam Glass and \ Morto/Tty to Be High Froohorg Pi\ys hc retired in 194G. but hasn't missed a Sunday in the pulpit since. And the Rev. Lorimer says that since his retirement ht ROCR wherever he Is needed and has preached almost every Sunday. The Rev. Lvmdholm is not retired. He Is editor of The JAuerus- tana. Swedish bi-n\ont-hly newspaper in Rock 'Island Joseph Hodgson, who hnd hecn | Mr. and Mi^s. Charlns Lott and spemlinc scvnrnJ monthfi in New j son, Ronny of Memphis nrc spend- r.ns \vith her clnuichtrr. in? IliL 1 ; week with relatives Orlcr, Sgt nnd Mrs, George E. Spafth nrc here from Fort Jnckscm. S- C., Mr. and Mrs. Al Chronistcr and HONG KONG (/Ti—The morlality rate among Communist grain-tax j collectors was alnrmlngly hi^h last . Gel HlOf 6 fcCOflOmy With year in South China, where farm-j crs had a way of resisting the ex- \ anioivs \vUn force. | Ski this summer, ?ay Canton re^ | ports, thf Communist povcrmncnt | will send hiah school students into nirnl nreus to gatlier the tax harvest. -BUY 100 TABLETS, 49$ , . ., p.m. Fulljto spend two weeks lurlouch with son. Gary, ol Batesville nre veiling I - : «rj'< if-xiur-z «sat€s>2«!£ie^ais'sti'jsa!<ssi«!s«i«!«'.swz!c»-£j£!e^!gjeK!s!«!4!t HOMEMAKING Can Be Made EASIER... There's no need for you lo spend beniiiiful Summer days indoors, scrubbing and ironin.t; ht-iips nf soiled l;umdry I,el us take nver your laundry chores al a surprisingly low cost. We Inlie meticulous care. • • • BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to find tetniic bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now.' / always read them! Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day. All classified adveftising payable in advance. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission flc & .'il)c At All Times Lust Times Tonit* j)oulile Feature M-G-M presents- AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LAST TIMES TODAY —PLUS— Paramount News Carfoon & Novelty Reel RITZ GUESTS ,Mr. and Mrs. I'nl Tnte & I'amily Mr. and Mrs. Hotaco \V;ilnnle Mr. and Mrs. .Mac Uillt.-ims Mr. a ml Mrs. S. R. Nations & Family Also Melro News Tncs —\Vcd-Thurs ' . I'ill \iles 2 For I'rice of ] TUES.-WED. AT POPULAR PRICES ALSO CAKTOOX .YTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS RITZ GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kellii-k & Family Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. (Jrimes & Family Mr. anrl Mis. l.wcian (iainps & Family Mr. and Mrs. Russfll G'aincs X Family

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