The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 17, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 17, 1953
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PAGE TWO BI.YTHEVTLLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST IT, 1981 Armovel YWA Holds Meeting Two-In-One For Tots Mary Feagin Is Wed to R.C All en KS Ot Ivy. IVLI &. AI.VIIU- ,wn was' in pink, and>|_j n< -. 'T/i^-bw P n r fw' .he maids were in blue. II Ui I UCK.y TUTiy Th« marriage of Miss Mary Lawrence Feagin. <la«Ehi« f Lawrence B. Feasin and the late Mrs. Feasin of Webster Groves Mo to Rives Calvm Allen of Blvt'heville, son of Mrs. Rives Calvin Allen and the late Mr. Allen, was solemnized Saturday night. Dr Harry T. Scherer. pastor of the Webster Groves Presbyterian Church, officiated at the service before a large gathering of friends «nd relatives of the couple. The chancel of the church was banied with jade foliage interspersed with candelabra and tall floor standards ol white gladioli. chrysanthemums and Majestic daisies. Aisle posts were wrapped In greenery and held lighted taper, and the family pews were marked with white satin ribbons. A program of music wns presented Miss Jo Ann Trieschman of BIytheville, vocalist, nnd Paul Majesty of Webster Groves, organist. Mrs. Robert. C. Hyndman of Chicago. 111., was her sister's matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Ann Boyce Rounlrec and Miss Mary Charlotte Moore of Nashville, Tenn., Miss Barbara Lundstrum, Miss Daphne Sprinkel and Miss Clare Stevenson, all of Webster Groves. Gowns of all the feminine attendants were of organdy fashioned in ballerina length with embroidered hem edges, and each attendant wore a hairdo of daisies and sprigs of ivy. Mrs. Hyndman's go those of th Bouquets of the five bridesmaids were chip baskets filled with pink and white daisies and Ivy streamers with pink satin wrapped handles. That ol the matron of honor was of similar design with a blue satin wrapped handle. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a go organdy trimmed with K[um-ea B eu i p scalloped ruffles on both the full ! to a brief train, and the bodice, which featured a yoke of net and full puffed sleeves. Her finger tip length illusion veil fell from an organdy cap edged with white satin, and she. ware a strand of pearls, » 'gift from the bridegroom. Carries Orchids Kef bouquet was of white or- cb'.ds in a crescent, deslsn with F t r a n d s of stephanotis, interspersed with puffs of French ma- line. John Charles White of Blytho- ville served his cousin as best man. and ushers included John Ed Eegenold, Perry Bothrock. E. B Gee Jr., and Russell Phillips Jr all of, BIytheville, Michael Lalcos of Mobile, Ala., Richard Foster of Memphis. Ben A. Roderick of Canton, O., Jim Wnllcr of Morganfield, K.V., nnd Robert C. Hyndman of Chicago, brother- in-law of the bride. Mrs. Allen, mother ol the bridegroom, was gowned in a powder blue formal with draped bodice encrusted with tear drops and seed pearls, a full gathered skirt, and a matching stole ol silk marquisette. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at. the Algonquin Golf Club in Webster Groves with Mr. Fcagin serving HS host. Mantles of the twin fireplaces In the clubroom were decorated with white daisies nnd smtlax, and floor baskets of white gladioli, daisies and chrysanthemums were used throughout the ent rooms. The refreshment table was cen- Mcmibers of the Young Women's \ Auxiliary of Armorel Baptist Church met Thursday night at the j | home of Miss Margie Beard for • | their mission study program, with Mrs. Josephine Hail has return-! .seven members present, od from Memphis where she spent j T b 0 meeting was opened with several days as Biifst of Mr. and [ p,. oycr |, y Mrs . McCann, followed ! Mrs. Joe Evrard and daughter.U )y t ) le devotional. Taking part on i Diane. ; the program .were Miss Martha i Mrs Ernest Parker nnd sister,; Dyer, Miss Bobby Lott. Miss Al- BRiDE TO BE ! Mhs Evelyn Blythe, returned Sat-jbcrta Webb, Miss Edna Beard, 1 from Blloxl. Miss., where they] Miss Barbara Jones and Miss Beta week's vaculion. j'S' Webb. -The engagement of Miss Kclton Miles to Clarence .James Melcalfe of Dell, is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs 1 by P. S. Parker, Sr., and Mrs. P. S During the business session. Miss Dyer and Miss Lott were accompanied Dy Mr. anu ivirn. t, o- —•' • •.•.*« ........ *^*u<. «>.. Parker Jr of Cnrdwcll. Mo., B t-1 named to a committee to be L. tended'graduation exercises yestcr- ! charge of the Sunbeams. Closing <Hv al Unkorsitv of Mississippi at! I"'"'" was """^ h V Miss Dyer, Oxforri, when their son and broth- 'er. Charles Parker, received his master's decree Charles Parker, a Marriage Licenses The following couples have obtained a marriage license in the of- npll IIP ! J«ckson, Miss,, as guest of her Mined a marriage license in the of- D "'i' 'I'ri danghler. Mrs. Tom B. Miller, and; flee of .he count,-clerk, Mr., Ells- I graduate of BIytheville High School. Noah Miles OI [ n(W ts s( , rv ine as principal of Card- Deli. The mar-| WP |] H iph school. I'iage will be ! Mrs. Lucy McAdams returned solemni'/.ed Fri-i yesterday «'<" a 10-day visit In and the hostess served refreshments during the social hour. the son oC Mr. Miller. abfth Ely the Parker: Mrs. E. W. Met- ' ro , m ,. amnt . „, Washington. D. George Roland Green of Blythe- calfe and the C .. spent Saturday with Mrs. Vtr- i villc and Dorothy Ann Glrdley of Dell. Robert T. Davis and Audrey Faye Burks, both of Holland, Mo. . in Memphis today b; Mites-Metcatf Rites to Be Friday "z'X.^:, i their truest for thi Greene of K-tacr. ! _ Mr. nnd Mrs Ernest Roe spent! yesterday in Memphis with rela- ! Wednesday for Hartford, Conn., lives. i where she wil spend several weeks Jimmy Hall, who has spent the : with her daughter, Mrs. Robert past two months In Augusta and' Hnrtigan. and family. Waynesboro Ga.. with relatives, will : Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone arrive home tonight, lie was met spent yesterday in Sikeston, Mo '••- guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob and Mrs. J. L. Mr. nnd Mrs. Noah Miles of DeiL today announce the piiRngo- nient, and npproaohintj marriage of their daughter. Miss Fi'lton Miles, to Clnrcnce J^mes Mct- calfp, son of Mrs. E. W. Melcalfe and the late Mr. MeLcalfe, also of Dell The marriage uill be solenn-i/.cd Friday in DclL i their guest for ..... Miss Miles was graduated from j daughter. Miss Alici Keiser High School, ami is now Streator. Ill r-innected with the county clerk's office in Blvthevillf 1 . Mr. Metcnlft 1 . a graduate of Dell High School, later attended Southwestern University at Georgetown, Texas, and Arkansas State College in Jonrsboro. He now is in business in Dell. in Memphis today by his mother,;""' ^^nd*Mr Mrs. Josephine Hall. ^Tyrone and their families. They Sallba na\e ah accompanied by Charlotte Ty- r f Sanaa ol Mrs. Grover Whittle entertained Duplicate Bridge Club Here Meets A six-table Howell movement wa rone, who will spend a week here. Mrs. Perry Darby left this o.fter- 'noon for Cincinnati, 0., where she Mr. and Mi". Russell Battles of wr!nt lo bj, with her sister. Mrs. Hermondfilc. Mo., are the parents rj e | mer gtidham of Ripley. O., who of n (son born Thursday at Walls j s t 0 undergo surgery tomorrow at Hospital. The baby, their first child,: a Cincinnati hospital, has been named Russell Bert Bnt- i Mr. and Mrs. Y. T. Rowan of tins Jr Mrs Battles, the former-East St. Louis, 111., are visiting MKs Sue McOcc of BIytheville. and , here as guests of their daughter, her son now are at the home of her Mrs. J. C. Guard, and family. mo, h e, Mrs. S. D. McOee at Prom . | ^Lynch reUlrn^ this morn- tr. S M,, ,>e Mcriwaln spent i " the weekend in Fredricktown. Mo..; Friday night at her home with a,vi!Ie Duplicate Bridge Club Satur "tacky party" for members of Ihe Stitch and Chatter Club ami se.v- s. Calif., Salt Lake City, —- . uiiiii. Denver. Colo., and other with her sister, Mrs. Edna Gartung , polms of tnterest m the far West, and family. ; Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Deen and I Mrs. Eunice Young and Miss; children, have as their guests for played by members of the Blythe- j ,) PsS je s r jt,p are attending market, in , two wricks her sister, Mrs. Donald 8002 3-8 yn. By Sue Burnett Here's practical sewing for mothers who are so busy this time of year. An adorable jumper and dress for the miss of three to eight—all in the same pattern! Pattern No. 8002 is a scw-rite perforated pattern m sizes 3. 4. 5. 6. 7, 8 years. Size 4. jumper. I'l yards of 45 inch; dress, Us yards. % yard contrast. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, s:ze 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-slmple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the !5 cents today. imtycu 11$ Hu:iin,i:in ui 1,111: uij unt. ; ,jp s ,me time are rtu,i'nniug nmi^tM. "' i two weeKS ner Kisier, ivirs. juonaiu ville Duplicate Bridge Club Satur-| Dallas. Texas, where they went yes-. v. Cole, and children, Susan Raye day afternoon at Hotel Noble, with tpj-rlaj, by plane from Memphis. land Donald, of Webster Groves, high score going to Mrs. E. A. Stacy M,-, an( | Mrs. Willard H. Pease. '. Mo. and Mrs. W. A. Afflick. ' .... .. _.. i ,,:.._ ^... ,-_„,.,.:„„„ <„ ,,i,in,,r. Placing second In the afternon man-lace by """ : " VVBt """ """•""" ""• "• play were Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Ha ,«"o" W hllil Lr " t " R ™™ n i™^h,"n. n r.v >><" <" •*"' e '"' oro - "" d thlr(l W i snlm-edged I " 1 ™ 1KM ' c g ° p a ™ pnuy. Mrs Rnvmoml gmiih and Mrs. T ., .,__ „.,, iPriday night. • eral; including Mrs. Gene Chltmon. Mrs. A. n. Prim I.. Alice Priest nnd Mrs. Jim Hall- Mrs. night. o^n.-up— - Mrs. Cecil Grav received the prize gathered skirt which developed in- , • costume, and . u_i_»«onriinpnnnicp. nnzo wpMifirs MI tnr priinrfi puiyRtl (\vrrc Mrs. Wo.slcy Thomns nnd Mrs. Lcnn Davis. During n brief business .session. and Mrs. W- A. Afflfcfc. | ncrompnnicd by her mother, Mrs. \ Miss pay GarriRan is visiting Plncinp second in the afirrnonn's [ H- C. Lnyson, will Inave tomorrow; friends in Texarkana, Ark., for a nlnv wore Mr nnd Mrs. Lro Ham- ! morning for Atlanta, Ga., where; week. 'ere I Mr. and Mrs. Pease .111 make their ! . M I? . U Ind,. _8and e rs_l,« ^rcturiv. T. J ..... visit for two or three weeks. Barnes. Gr|y a]Kl faml|y Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Onrrigan Duplicate bridge enthusiasts nf | Pease, who has been In Atlanta for ^ ^^ ^ ^ < this section will participate In the the past several weeks, returned.; returned yoslerf | ay fr 1 • ' re turned yt!.sLci <mv u hRi-fl Friday night, to accompany whfire Mr< Gnrrlgan nad been a pa - nnntinl City Tournnment l.o l)e held . i\m-ic m*. uun.b"" '«» Wrdnrsrtay nnd Thursday nlfiht In ^^s- Petvse ami Mrs. Layson .o At- (jent at Metnodist [io thn Mirror Room of Hotel Nnhlr, lnn j; ft ' with piny .sclir.citilnd to start each . . ..... r .. wiui piny hriif.'udiuu i. 1 the croup elected otic™ for me , m , enln ' ^ 1:30 O . dock . I pmnitur vniii" \V1 M Mr 1 ; MOfflR ()'/.- coining yr-ar. with Mrs, Morris Oz- m cut named ns prcMtleut., Mrs. Thomas Don'uh, vice prcsldPnV. Mrs. Reams. sfrrpl.iry, Mrs. Whittle, trca.surer, Miv. Wesley Thomas, re-, nnd Mi . . , Mi/ell iincl Mrs. Harold Eul)»nks meinbrrs of I ho put cmuiuUec. Mrs.. Wliltlle was nssisterl in sprv- inp by her dfiii|,'!Uor, Miss Edna WhiUle. At the Hospitals lllythtrvllle Hospital Dismissed: E. V. Mt-Leinore, city E. H. Channel!, Steele, Mo. L. T. Campbell. i'Hy • O. M. Milrhell. city Claudia U'ccell. city Mrs. Ruth V'.iKvimls, rl(y Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Hiiyties. rily Miss Wanda Martin, city Mrs. Russell Rattles and baby, Hermondale, Mo. Mrs. Charles Lineburger r,nd baby. Luxora, Ark. Mrs. Arlie Wallers, Rt. 4. Mrs. Frances Faulkner, Manila Mr*. Cecil Emory. Haytt, Mo- Mrs. Leon Dunn, city Know a good blanket by handling •taming f It and holding it up to the light. 1 Quality reveals Itself In n firm but supple weave sine! a feellnp of hght- A small kitchen saw Is Inexpensive -MI and handy to have. It cuts tough dray, Mrs. James I ham hones easily, divides packages of frown food, and disjoints poultry for frying. Cooked fihredde.d preen cabbage" and cooked coarsely-shredded carrots make a good team. Serve them in a cream sauce, if you like, and sprinkle with paprika. tered with a tiered wedrhntr cake encircled with daisies and sprays of delicate greenery interspersed wilh maline pulls. ! Following a two-weeks wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Will be at home in rredricksburg, Va., I where he will take basic training j as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps at Quantico, Va. | Out-of-towr: suesUs at the wed- : ding included Mr. and Mrs. .Jesse 1 M. White and daughter. Miss Martha Ann White, and Mrs. Alice ! Womack, all of BIytheville. j ness, fluffiness and springiness you hold the blanket. There's a deep nap on fine wools. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature M-G-M's great drama'!. Rubber swim caps can be pre- • served from cracking and tearing j Wash with .soap occasionally. Be- ; lore putting them away.. be sure [ they are thoroughly di-y. Dust with talcum powder both inside and out and store in a cool, dark place. PEACHES Arkansas Elberta $1.49 p« r Bushel Bring your own container. BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 120 R. Main Phone 8201 GOOD USED FURNITURE nslnc I lit 1 si'cunil floor We ffol hy (totnj; Uns our ru.stomprs liflier nt l«> IHIV RIHK! used \u' wil] have it. 2. If yon wi furniture 3. Tf you want In sell i nitiirc we will buy it. In any of Die l»n-c casri; like Hie opportunity of with you. Through f»ir lilicral .illnivnncp fm used furniture on nt>w w»- have »<'- ciimulAtrd thr l;irc<'St slock of used fiimllurc in our history. •\Ye I'ny Cash I'or Used Furniture \Vc Invite .v" lf> vf«H our usrrt rurntiure department nn ihr .sfi'ond floor. Alvin Hardy FURNITURE CO. 113 K. M»ln I'll. 2302 HUMPHREY _ JUN: BOGART AllYSOH — 1'LUS — KEILY-GARGAN METRO MOWS ('< Tl'KS., WKO. & THCRS. Doulilc Fcalure ; H.EX J.II.LI : Harrison-Palmer — PLUS — Cartoon: Trick or Treat | week and where he tint- much im- Mr, and Mra R. V. Mallory and ; .,. v Hjs condition is muui im- fnnilly had as their guests ycster- i pl . 0 \. cd _ day, Mrs. Mallory's parents. Mr. and; Mr ant ) Mrs . j, m stockloy re- Mrs. Burl Castman of Oooter. NSp.,j turned yesterday afternoon to their and her sister. Mrs. Giiston Brown i home in Marion after a weekend of Maiden. Mo. [visit here with her mother, Mrs. Mrs. C. W. Afflick will leave's. S. Patterson. The Book Exchange offers To buy or trade your old hooks, Tor salt 1 , K<»K| hooks at low prircs To order any new nook for you- Uo.xed firei'tins cards and Rift wrappings. Unique place cards made to onler. Alex and Elizabeth Shelby 503 W. Main IF IT'S COOKIN'GETS YOU IADY, K"PE AWAY THAT TWERf'5 A WMY WT'5 8ErTf«...T«RlFT/£R BY fA«, LfTME. Bl VOUR TRUSTX COOK WH/tE YOt/ 5IT AfVO ftEAO A 800*. 0/?GO S//OPP/N' IA/ TH£ UTTLE FA^LY CAR, wHf^v vot; SW/TCH TO 'Z£CT/?IC coo^w' THfRf'S NO BAST//V',TE.VDIM <) UOOK/N 1 MD RESULTS ARf 90/>£R-P£RF£CT EV£/?V WAV, COSTS sot/me IT'S SUAPP.ISIM' PA/? FAR tlSS tHAhJ YOU'RE SURM/SIA/' FOR THE AV£R/»Ot FAhA/LV PAVS «NNl£SA PAV. \ ^ N te- ll <sisSB> >a^e> ©JMHi!) B-A ^ (' f Ark-Mo Power Co. | Driver News Mra. James M. Elslander of Driver was hostess Thursday to members of her bridge club, entertaining' at her home- Red and white carnations Were used U> decorate the living rooms. Guests playing with club members were Mrs. Donald V. Cole of Webster Groves, Mo., Mrs. EKvood Deen of BIytheville nnd Mrs. John Elslander ol Wilson. High score prtee went to Mrs. Cole, second high to Mrs. H. A. Nicholson and brldgo to Mrfi. A. A. Banks of Whitton. The hostess served t dessert course. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Nicholson and NEW MOTIFS — New drapery and slipcover fabrics come in many interesting: patterns and motifs, like the one shown above. Such colorful scenic patterns add Mr. ana Mrs. H. A. »icnuibun «.~ \ Such C0 i 01 .f u i scen ic patterns add Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cullom Sr., of j | jfe BI)d beamy to hard to-deco- Wlteon .entertained Tuesday night rate rooms (j^EA. Photo) Coming Events with a dinner dance complimenting Miss Carolyn Nicholson. The affair, held at the Cullom home, was attended by 35 guests from bsceola and Wilson. The hostesses used a pink and white color scheme, centering their 2 ;rs^.r=i=«s=f|rsiS; of pink gladioli. Slender pink tap- , ;30 ' m< . ers burned in silver holders on either s ; de of the centerpiece. Guests danced for several hours. Mrs. Donald V. Cole and children, Susan Rave and Donald, of Webster Groves. Mo., are visiting Mrs. Cole's mother, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth, and her sister ,Mrs- James M. Elslander of Driver. After using a rust remover on clothing, be sure to rinse the treated area throughly. Most rust removers have a diluted acid base. Never put any of the remover in the washing machine. . 7:30 p. m. Tuesday Mrs. Leon Oenning entertaining Octave Club, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday C & Q Club meeting with Mrs. Elton Foster. Thursday Mrs. R. E. Green entertaining La Neuve Club. FRIDAY Vendredi Club meets with Mrs. Max Walters. No true antelopes are found in America, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 1 p.m. for R!ti ft Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. LAST TIMES TONIGHT (LIHBETH FCRN/MIIO TAYLOR -LAMAS POWELL immm ^Gtf, YOUNG - JAMES WHlTMORE/j Paramount News And Selected Shorts TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY HERBERT J. YATES prttent, DENNIS OWE-RUTH HUSStl -EVE ARBEN- WILLIAM OEMAREST A REPUBLIC PICTURE ALSO SHORT: Tower of DesHny OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! 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