The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 14, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 14, 1953
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PAGE TITO BUTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRTDAT, AUGUST 14, 1958 Society /\/ewA t MuIMni. Societv Editor 9 Phoot 4461 Put MuiMni, Society Editor Taylor-Foster Wedding Party Honored at dinner Miss Ida Vivian Taylor and Paul D. Foster were complimented last night at a rehearsal dinner at the Country Club Immediately following their wedding rehearsal at First Presbyterian Church. Host and hostess for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lloyd, cousins of Mr. Foster. A pink and white color scheme i the dinner were members of the chosen for the occasion was carried I «ed<iins party and oul-oMown rel- out in the flower arrangements used ntives here for the wedding. Among on the three tables which were the out-of-town guests present, were nlaced in a U shape. Each table,was i Mrs. Miller Cresswell of Jackson, . --..j _..:*v. —-lanHe nf cmHflv Mi« Mr. and Mrs. Nenl Bogan of piaceu in a ^ anon". *-"-•. decorated with garlands of smilax and held as a centerpiece, a crystal bowl filled with white daisies and bowl filled with white daisies ana jacKson. MIS. m. n. ^rnwnuu . Dink carnations, and flanked with Greenville. Miss., Mrs. Harve, crystal candelabra holding slender Hlckey of Joncsboro. Miss Anne white tapers Conway White of Osceola. Carl Pox Pink and white place cards mark- Hass of Mobile. Ala., Richard Hop- n ed the places of the guests, and a white orchid corsage was presented Miss Taylor, who wore a Irocl; o! Miss.. Mr. find Mrs. Nenl Bogan of Atlanta, Ga.. Mrs. Hack Stewart of Jackson. Mrs. M. H. Crawford of ton of Jackson, Frank M".Pherson of Cleveland, Misfi., Jimnile Pope of Helena and Randall Workman of Included among the 37 guests atj St. Louis. Skower Honors Dorothy Girdley Miss Dorothy Ann Girdley of Keiser, whose engagement to George Green of Blytheville recently was announced, was complimented last night at a miscellaneous shower at the Catholic Hall. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. J. W. O'Neal, Mrs. Joe Selbert Mrs. Frank Wagner Sr., Mrs. Joe Pelhaiier and Mrs. Otto Scrape. A pink and white color scheme was chosen by the hostesses, who decorated the hall with sprays of pink crepe myrtle- The same color scheme was carried out in the refreshments served, with the individual cakes iced In pink and trimmed with white wedding bells, and the white napkins similarly embossed with clusters of bells. . Included among the 25 guests were Mrs. Ben Butler, Jr.. sister of the bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. Gene Butler, both of Osceola. = Duplicate Bridge League Meets Mr». Samuel F. Norris snd Jim Wallln of Little Bock were high scorers last night at the. meeting of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge Club when seven tables of plny- ers participated in a Howell Movement. Second place wns a tie between Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. C. W. Affllck, and Mrs. Crawford Noble and Jim Roleson. Duplicate Copies Are Fun Party Marks Two Birthdays Misses Barbara Potter and Wanda Whittle, whose birthdays fall on the same day. were guests of honor Wednesday night when their sisters, Miss Shirley Potter and Miss Linda Whittle, entertained with a party at the Potter home at Gosnell. Miss potter wns celebrating her nth birthday and Miss Whittle her 15th. Games were played during the evening with prizes awarded to Miss Jeanctte Lee, Miss Grace Smith and Miss Geneva Lee. The hostesses were assisted in serving refreshments by Miss Louise Smith and Miss Wanda Raspberry. Timka Club Resumes Play Members of the Ttmkn Club. which hnd disbanded during the summer months, resumed play yesterday afternoon when Mrs, Hernhrl Beshn.rse entnrl-iiined the group at her home with n bunco party. Pink roses werr arranged In. the living room where the games were plnyed, with high score prize going to Kirs. Bcsharsr. bunco to Mrs. nil] Summerviiie and low to Mrs. Howard Beshnrsc. The hostess srrvori A sandwich plate with Iced drinks. Mrs. R.C. Allen To Entertain Wedding Party Mrs. R. C. Allen will entertain tonight with a rehearsal dinner honoring her son, Rives Calvin Allen, and his fiancee. Miss Mary Lawrence Feagln of Webster Groves, | Mo. The event will take place at 8:30 o'clock In the Forest Park, Hotel In St. Louis. Miss Feagln and Mr. Allen will be married In a ceremony, at 8:30 tomorrow night at thfi Webster Groves Presbyterian Church. I The dinner will be attended by i 30 guests including the wedding party and members of the two families, and will follow immediately after the wedding rehearsal. The dinner tables will be arranged In the shape of a T, with triple sterling silver candlebra holding slender white tapers used at the cross of the two tables. At each end of the tables will be unusual arrangements of white, starched lace wedding slippers filled with tiny pink sweetheart rosebuds and tuberoses, and running the entire length of the tables will be garlands o[ simllax Interspersed at Intervals with while floating candles alternating with pink rubrum lilies. Miss Feagin, who will wear a frock of white with blue bead trim on the bodice, will be presented with a corsage of pink rub- rum lilies. Mrs. Allen, who will wear a cocktail dress of champagne colored linen lace with bronze accessories, will also pin a corsage of rubrum lilies at the shoulder of her gown. ^ Farewell Party Honors Swaners 3-8 ,11. By Sue Burnett Adorable collared frocks for mother and daughter that are simple to «ew, so pretty to wear. Pattern No. 8855 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 3. 4. 5. 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4. 2\ yards of 33-inch; \t yard contrast. 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. Quincy 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. How to Regain Silkiness in Heat-Beat Hair: By AMCIA HART NAK Beauty Eilllor Teen-agers in spite of good intentions, did you let your hair get straw-like and drietl-out in the summer sun? If you don't want to go back to school with a thntch- ed-roof effect. It's time to start reconditioning. Castor oil Is most often recom- i mended for tills purpose by experts. You'll need about a tablespoonful for one treatment. Put It in a cup or bowl and place in hot wr-ter to hent. Protect your shoulders with a .towel securely pinned around yon !or a make-up cape. You cnn be j brushing your hair while the oil heats. You'll need plenty of time for 'this job, since it will only'be ef- • fective if you massage In the oil with finger tips, inch by inch, all over the head. Use your comb to Ipart off square Inches of hair, j Don't scratch your scalp wilh your nails but use the balls of your fingers and a rotary move! ment. I Cover your head with a wash| able kerchief and let the oil seep I In for an hour or so. Then you ' can shampoo. Since the oil is THE HANDS THAT GUARD YOUR HEALTH ARE THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE .... In the compounding of prescriptions, there is no substitute for accuracy. This most vital factor is always observed here. For truly dependable compounding, call us. ROTHROCK DRUGS Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Swaner, who will leave next week for Nashville, Tenn., to make their home, were guests of honor last night at a farewell party given by employes of the Montgomery-Ward Store here, of which Mr. Swnner has been manager for the past four yearn. Approximately 40 employes and Kuestfl gathered nt the T. J. Bailey home on Hearn Street for a covered dish supper.served on the to Mr. Swnner was presented with a. wntch Erorn the proup. very thick and heavy, you'll need four soapirips and hot water to wash nil the oil out. Hnve a hair-cutting expert trim off the dried-out and splitting ends. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 38c At All Times FRI. & SAT. Double Feature MARRIED — Mrs. Lois Moreland today announced the marriage of her daughter, Mrs. Virginia. More- lancl Abbott to William Samuel Berryman on Wednesday, in Hernando, Miss. The couple will be at home in California. Virginia Abbott Is Married to W. S. Berryman Announcement is made today of the marriage of Mrs. Virginia Moreland Abbott, daughter of Mrs. Lois Morcland. to William Samuel Berryman, son of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Berryman, The marriage was solemnized Wednesday afternoon In Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. Mr. McAlilly, pastor of' the First Methodist Church in Hernando, officiating. The bride wore a white shantung suit with a black hat and black accessories, and pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Following a brief honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Berryman will be at home in California. Mrs. Berryman was graduated from Blytheville High School and attended Lambuth College, Jackson Tenn. Mr. Berryman, also a Blytheville High School graduate, attended University of Arkansas and Arkansas State College, Dogwood HDC Holds Meeting Eight members of the Dogwood {Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday afternoon at the clubhouse with Mrs. Ruby Lutes and ,Mrs. Freddy Koonce as co-host- I esses. Present also was one visi- jtor. j The meeting was opened with a isong. folowed by the devotional j given by Mrs. Lutes and prayer by Mrs. P. S. Parker. The eye- opener for the afternoon was a showing of pictures made at the rest camp, and the meeting closed with the reading of the club collect. Refreshments were served by the hostesses during the social hour. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license in the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blylhe Pnrker: Paul David Foster, Jr., and Ida Vivian Taylor, both of Blytheville. Coming Events FRIDAY Y. W. A. Associational House- party at First Baptist Church, with registration to begin at 7 p. m., banquet at T.30 p. m. Mrs. Sanlord Tomlison will be hostess to the Vendredl Bridge Club. Stitch snd Chatter Club meeting with Mrs. Grovnr Whittle, 1:30 p.m.. for tacky party. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shlnn »nd family have as their guest for 10 days his mother, Mrs. Effle Shinn o! Bcntonville. Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr., left today for Hallwood, Va., where she will visit her mother, Mrs- A. L. Lewis, and Bloxom, Va., where she will be with her brother, M. L. Lewis and family. Mrs. Pollock plaas to be away for about three weeks. Ilussell Phillips, C. W. AHUck, J. A. Leech and E. B. Gee were in Memphis yesterday afternoon. Mrs. n. d. Dent of Caruthersvllle. and her daughter, Mrs. Pat Lobbin of Memphis, were gueste yesterday and today of Mrs. G. W. DUiahunty. John Charles White, John Ed Regenold. E. B. Gee Jr., Russell Phillips Jr.. and Perry Rothrock left yesterday for St. Louis, where they will participate in the marriage tomorrow of Miss Mary Lawrence Peagin of Webster Groves, Mo., to Rives C. Allen of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Thad H. Caraway and son, Robert Michael, have returned from Wichita. Kans.. where they visited wilh Mr. Caraway's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Caraway, and Dallas. Texas, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Day, formerly of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Al Chronister and son, Gary, of Batesville. formerly of Blytheville. are spending several days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. 41. Martin. They are en route to their home after a visit in Pontiac. Mich., with Mr. Chron- Ister's sister, and a trip to Canada, Niagara Falls, and Buffalo, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Muery and children left last night for their home in Detroit. Mich., after a visit here with his mother. Mrs. Carrie Muery. and in Steele, Mo., with Mrs. Robert Muery's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. isabell. Stewart and Max Gurley, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ourley of Ht. 2, left this afternoon for Daytona Beach, .Ma., where they will vacation for 10 days. Misses Dixie Paye and Bobbie June KilUan. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Killlan, will return this afternoon from Jonesboro where they have been attending Summer school at Arkansas State College. Miss Eva Morris returned yesterday to her home in Carthage, Mo., after a. visit here with her sister, Mrs. Ada Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bass of Little Rock, formerly of Blytheville. were — PLUS Serial: Jungle Drums No. 7 Cartoon: Kiddin The Kitten SUN. & MON. Double Feature M-G-M's great drama' fflUMPIMBT _ **"*™ _ BOGART ALLISON BATTLE CIRCUS - PLUS — MBTRO NEWS OPENS 7:00 EACH N.IGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT FIRST Blytheville SHOWING -PLUS- TWO CARTOONS SATURDAY ONLY Three Big Features For The Price Of One OWL SHOW Regular Show — Double Feature TECHNICOLOR ALSO CARTOON FREE We Invite Everyone Who !s In The Drive- in For The Regular Show To Stay For The Owl Show FREE OF CHARGED SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING . ALSO TWO CARTOONS 'Crease-Resistance' Overcomes Drawbacks to Cotton Wardrobe What is "crease-resistant" finish? Does It have any real value? These questions are aeked by girls who want to get the most for their clothes money. This finish Is Intended to overcome cotton's old drawbacks — crumbling, mussing, wrinkling, to prevent this wilted look a processor applies a finish to the fabric, which may be made from the overnight guests last night of linen, woo! or other fibers and not just cotton. This finish, when given by a reliable processing firm, really enables these fabrics to recover from wrinkles. You simply hang the garments up for a rest and the creases fall out. They'll never be deep In the first place. Many kinds of fabrics, cham- brays, taffetas, tweeds, and so nn, are. treated. Don't depend on any sales- me overmgnt guesr.5 last nignr, o. ~r . ^ rd for your i n f orma . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson and P« nsonLs0 ok ° for „ J ng . tag whlch family. TjSgt. and Mrs. Arthur Bahn and gives the manufacturer's name tells you just what perma- children, who have been spending j nenc c you can expect from the their vacation here with Mrs. j finish, which will ba trade- Bahn's mother, Mrs. Carrie Muery, j marked, and just how to care and with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wylie. left today for their home at Randolph Air Force Base. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCord and daughter, Louise, of Carnack, Tex- for the garment. Tests have proven these fabrics absorb less soil than the same fabrics untreated. They'll also hold less moisture. This , , , as, arrived last night to be with makes strenous washing unnec- »r at 131 East Sycamore, following stroke Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Irs- C. G. Scherer, who were vacationing in Carnack, also returned i crease-resistant finish. Have your water temperature in accordance with the color-fastness of J the fabric. home last night, and arriving today soc slipping Straps 18 will be Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Parris and their Infant daughter of Memphis, who will be guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Scherer. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White were in Memphis last night where they met their son, Lt. John White, who has just completed his tour of combat duty in Japan as a B-29 navigator. Miss Dorothy Ann Gridley of Reiser is visiting here as guest of her fiance, George Green, and his mother, Mrs. Carl Green. George Kamp of Conway has arrived to be the weekend guest of Miss Carol Bailey and her parents, Mr., and Mrs. T. J. Bailey. Mr. Kamp, son of Dr. H.. W. Kamp of Conway, is a sophomore premed student at Hendrix College. Police Neb Snake in Car EL CERRITO, Calif. «P) — A snake popped its head from the upholstery in a police car and startled Sgt. Marino Soldazini. A fellow officer, Sgt. Ray Carlson, later explained he got the three-foot gopher snake from the yard of a resident who thought it was a rattler, Carlson put the snake Jn a box, intending to free it in the country, but it escaped and hid in the upholstery. The .apologetic Carlson helped Soldazini remove the reptile. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz St Kory Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. (or Starvue. LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News AND CARTOON aOT»«NMD RITZ GUESTS Miss Neal Luckett Mrs. J. A. Luckett Mr. & Mrs. N. M. Stone & Family Mr. & Mrs. E. S. Mullins & Family SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature — ^ Serial: Lost Planet No. 8 & Cartoon: Wild Over Yonder SUNDAYS, MONDAY What makes a girl who has every, thirty want more? Want what is dangerous Want something so badly that it spreads her name in' black Ink across th« yellow sheet] I •4 f -GIG YOUNG-JAMES WHITMORE PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS

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