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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 18, 1953
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1953 BLYTHRVTI.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB Society AlewA Pat Mulling, Society Editor t Phot* 4461 Engagement of Betty Patterson To B. L Thompson Announced State Senator and Mrs. J. F. Patterson of Caruthersville, Mo announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Miss Betty Jo Patterson, to Beverly Lee Thompson, son of Mr. am ' Mrs. Beverly A. Thompson of New Madrid, Mo. The wedding will be solemnized Oct. 4 at the First Baptist Church in Caruthersville with Dr. Samuel Q. Shepherd officiating. A family reception will follow at the home of the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Oaddy. Miss Patterson's attendants will be Mrs. Oswald Sparks of Marianna. matron of honor, and Miss Sue Cain, Miss Mary Ellen Merrill and Miss Ellis Hayden, all of Caruthersville, as bridesmaids. George Dawson, cousin »of the bridegroom, will serve as best man. Groomsmen will be Sam Hedge- petch, Bob Patterson and Larry Garrison. Mrs. Guy Michie will be organis and Mrs. Al Kaltwasser of Benton Ark., cousin of the bride, will sing Miss Patterson was graduatec from Caruthersville High Schoo and attended Hendrix College a Comvay and Arkansas State College at Jonesboro. . Mr. Thompson was graduatet from New Madrid High School and Southeast Missouri State College at Cape Girardeau in 1953. He now is in the Air Force stationed a Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul 111. First Methodist WSGS Circles Meet Meetings were held in homes members yesterday for the circle of the Woman's Society of Chris tian Service of First Methodis Cl-.urch. Mrs. Harry W. Haines was hos less to 17 members of Circle One together with one visitor, Mrs. Y T. Rowan of East St. Louis. 111. Mrs W. T. Rainwater gave the devotion al and Mrs- H. W. Wylie taught thi study course. Twelve members of Circle Twi were guests of Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt when Mrs. Paul Jobe gave the de rational, and Mrs. W. J. Pollarc told the group of her recent trip "through Europe. Circle Three was entertained by Perfect Team-Mates 8969 10-40 By Sue Burnett The best way to make your fall wardrobe go a long way—sew several blouse and skirt sets, then interchange the pieces and see how many different looking outfits you have. Pattern No. 8969 is a sew-rite perforated pattern. In sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40- Size 12, skirt, 3?i yards of 42-inch; blouse, short sleeve, 2 yards. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy St., Chicago G, 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. Mrs- Paul Pryor at her home, with 18 members present, and one visitor, Mrs. Mavis Setlemrie. The devotional was given by Mrs. W. L Horner and the study course was led by Mrs. "W. R. Summerville. Mrs,. W. F- Brewer entertained 10 members of Circle Four, when two visitors, Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz and Mrs. Gertrude Warford of El Dorado, 111., also were present. Mrs. Leon Burns gave the devotional and Mrs. H- C. Bush reviewed the book, "My Beloved People." Mrs. G. G. Hubbard and Mi's- G. W. Pyles were co-hostesses to 13 members of Circle Five, entertaining at the Hubbard home. Mrs. OE. Knudsen gave the devotional and Mrs, H, N. Whitis was in charge of the study course. Nine members of Circle Six and two visitors ,Mrs. A. B. Fairlield and Miss Mary Hubler, were guests of Mrs- B. A. Lynch, when the devotional was given by Mrs. F- E. Black. Mrs. K^rold Wood entertained seven members of Circle Seven last ;ht at her home, when Mrs. W. Marion WiUiams, a guest at the meeting, reviewed the book "The Virginian." Refreshments were served by each of the hostesses ..during the. social hour which followed each of the sessions. Yarbro WSCS Members Meet Mrs. M. O. McBae was hostess! ast night at her home to members \A/ JL i r Women Meet Sunday School Class Honors Bride-Elect Miss Letha Nash, bride-elect o] James Roy Payne, was guest'o! honor last night when members ol the Young Ladies Sunday Schoo: Class of New Liberty Baptist Church and the class teachers, Mrs. Raymond Stanfield and Mrs. Shed Bevill entertained at the Vaud Brothers home. Miss Nash was presented with silver in her chosen pattern from the class and with miscellaneous gifts from the guests. Pastel colored summer flowers were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the Brothers home where games were played during -he evening. Prizes were won by Miss Peggy Lloyd and Miss Carol Ann Ladner. Punch and party foods were served by Miss Vivian Brothers and Miss Ladner. Special guests included Mrs. W. A. Nash, mother of the guest of honor, Mrs. Raymond Payne, mother of the bride-groom elect, and Mrs. Clyde Webb, Young Women's Auxiliary leader. D " resbyterian Women Meet Trinity Baptist Circles Meet Trinity Baptist Church Circles One and Two met yesterday afternoon at the church for a covered dish luncheon followed by a Royal Service program, with Mrs. c. E. Parks in charge of the meeting. < Sixteen members and one visitor, Mrs. Cai-l Hood, were present. The meeting was opened with repeating the watchword for the year, followed by prayer by Mrs. Peggy Buchanan. Mrs. Catherine Campbell was in charge of the program, and Mrs. C. R. Roberson gave the devotional, followed by prayer by Mrs. David McPeake. Assisting on the program were Mrs. Bert Ross, Mrs. Arah Speck, Mrs. M. D. Kenwright, Mrs. c. s. Webb, Mrs. E. C. Thompson, Mrs. H. H. Burnett, Mrs. Herman Adair, Mrs. Bill Crocker, and Mrs. Campbell, who gave the closing meditation. Mrs. D. G. Lewis dismissed the group with prayer. The Business Women's Circle of the church met last night with Mrs. Max Koonce when 10 members and one visitor attended. Miss liernice Overman gave the opening prayer and nil members participated in the Service program. Closing was given by Mrs. Idell Lowe, and the hostess served refreshments during tl-.e social hour. Royal prayer Bits of News Wlottty Albert Ellis left today for Helena where he will be the guest of Mr and Mrs. Herbert shirly for several days. Later, lip will leave for a motor trip to liipley and other points in. Tennessee. Pnt Walters has returned from Memphis where she spent severa days ns guest O f her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dill and daughter. John Anna 'Dill. She was joined UUTO by her mother Mrs. Ira Walters and yoimgei daughter, Bn-ky Dee. who spent two days with the Dill family, who formerly made their home in Blytheville. Mrs. G. G. Hubbard. Sr., her .sister, Mrs. A. K Huntley. and Mrs. George W. Pyles spent today in Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. E. D Ferguson, who are at Baptist Hospital where he is undergoing treatment for several weeks. Miss Betty Lou douse and Miss Shirley Klnnlnr.iomh will leave tomorrow [or Memphis where they will spend a Week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blankenship. While there. MISS Clouse will consult her specialist. Mrs. Carson Alley is ill at her home. 6M Parkway Drive. Sgt. 1/c Dab Holding, who received his discharge from the Army | June 22. yesterday rcenlistcd in the Mis. Cecil Lusk, president of! Army for n three year period and Lake Street WSCS Mans Supper The Executive Board of the he Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church, presided over the business ession yesterday when 14 members I of the organization met at the Women of the First Presbyterian i R j Ohurch met yesterday afternoon at \ he church. Mrs. G. w. Dillahunty gave the devotional, entitled "Thanks Be to God," and reports were given by Mrs. c. C. Councille, Mrs. J. B. Fisher and Mrs. Roy Walton. The roup was dismissed with prayer A general meeting was held fol- owing the circle meeting. Mis, White led the group in repeating he Lord's Prayer, and in the ab- ence of Mrs. Ross Stevens, vice resident, Mrs. Dillahunty gave the eport. Reports also were given by Irs. E. A. Rice, Mrs. Hugh Hudon, Mrs. E. M. Woodard and Mrs. C. M. Gray. Circle One. with Mrs. Edgar P, iorum as chairman, had the larg- st number of members present, hen Mrs. Perry Barber of Lawance, Kans., was a visitor. Mrs. Vernon Thomasson was in :iarge of the program on "My ihurch and the Present Day," as- Isted by Mrs. A. S. Harrison and tfrs. Hudson. Mrs. Dillahunty gave « closing prayer. Refreshments were served by Mrs. V. D. Hodges and Mrs. D. E. Me- fl.. L ni laskill, hostesses for the meetings. V—nUTCM r IQCIS liam Hall of Widener, also were present. left for Fort Sill, Okla.. for a brief time before being sent to the Far East. Sgt. Holding, who is the son of Mrs. Linda Proctor, is a Korean veteran. Condition of Mrs. James Harding, who underwent surgery yesterday at Walls Hospital, is reported Plans for the -motor supper" to \"£ ^'^ c M brly Jr be given tomorrow night by the' -. . u M - O1:1 J' J1 group, were discussed. Mrs. Amy Ruth Gordon was In charge of the worship service giv- , ., and son, Charles, of Dothan, Ala., are visiting here as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grav. Sr. ing a meditation Mrs. Joe Thomas group with prayer. "Prayer.' dismi; Ben Hamner of to Nazarene Church Class Has Party A wiener roast and picnic supper were held last night on the lawn of the Roy Games' home when Mrs- Gaines, teacher of the Winners Class of First Nazarene Church Sunday School, and members of the class entertained 73 people. A picnic supper was served from long tables arranged on the lawn of the home, and the evening was spent in informal entertainment. Prayer was offered by the Rev. Joe Bean, pastor of the church. Mr. and Mrs. issed" the i Tamp!1 ' FIa " wi " " 1Tlv e today to j visit her son, Clyde Perry and family. They have been visiting in Little Rock with another of Mrs. Ham- | ner's sons. Bland Perry, and fain- ! ily, who will arrive the latter part' of the week for a brief visit here. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Merritt j are the parents of a son born Sun- 'alvary Baptist •f the Yarbro Woman's Society of Christian Service. The meeting was opened with a song, and Mrs. Carl Burks was Members of the Edith Montroy Circle of Calvary Baptist Wome —o> —•— -—-~. ——•• **v...*u .....j \^unc uj ^.aiviuy j3apusu women s n charge of the program "Making I Missionary Union met yesterday af- Friends of God's Children." ^ ternoon with Mrs. Fate Bratton for The scripture reading was given ay Mrs. Bailey Tarpley, followed by prayer by Mrs. Burks. Taking )art on the program were Mrs. iene McGulrc, Miss Alice Marie Ross and Mrs. McBae. Mrs. J. W. Woolums became a :w member of the organization ast night, and two visitors also :'cre present, including Mrs. Ver- jce Brister and Mrs. E. L. White. Mrs. McRae served refreshments uring the social hour. Coming Events Tnesday Mrs. Leon Oenning entertaining Octave Club, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday C & Q Club meeting with Mrs Elton Foster. c Thursday Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertaining La Neuve Club. Armorel Home Demonstration Club meeting with Mi's. Prances Davis at 1 noon for potluck dinner C. & N Birthday Club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Stringer, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY Vendredi Club meets with Mrs Max Walters. A!R CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 and 4 p.m. for Rltz * Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvne. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY DENNIS OWEWHUSSn-EVEARDEN-milAMDfJAIiESI A REPUILIC PICTURE ALSO SHORT: Tower of Destiny a stewardship program. . Prayer was led by Mrs. J. D. Adkins, and the program was presented by Mrs. Bud Cochran. Mrs. H. J. Fondren and Mrs. w. P. O'Neal. Closing prayer was by Mrs. Cochran. Mrs. Bill Campbell entertained 10 members of the Edith Rose Weller Circle, when the opening prayer was given by Mrs. A. D. Priest, and the devotional by Mrs. Jack Vowell. Taking part on the Royal Service program were Mrs. Priest, Mrs. Rowland Davis and Mrs. Eddie Ford, and the closing prayer was led by Mrs. T. C. Hopper. Mrs. Larry Byrum was 'hostess to 15 members of the Irene Brannum Circle, together with one visitor, Mrs. Denny Byrum. Opening prayer was given by Mrs. Vernon Boyd, Mrs. Byrum presided over a brief business session and the Bible study was taught by Mrs. Claude Rowland. Dismissal prayer was by Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove. Refreshments were served by each of the hostesses. Mrs. A. B. Fail-field will lea Thursday for Milledgeville, Ga where she is associate professor education and superintendent laboratory training at Georg State College for Women. She w be accompanied as far as Nashvill Tenn.. by her son, Albert Fail-field who will thoii go to DePauw Un versify, Greencastlc. .Ind., to atten the Lambda Chi Alpha nationa I fraternity meeting. Mr. Fairfiel vlted - ! will return to Blytheville until Sep Proceeds from the sale of tickets j tcmber when he will agalti be will go to buy equipment for the , student at S.M.U. in Dallas. kitchen of the church parsonage, it Mr. and Mrs. Y. A- Bailey sper 'Motor Supper' A "motor supper" is to be held tomorrow night by member- of the Woman's Society of Christian Serv- vice of Lake Street Methodist Church, to which the public is in- Miss Betty Mifflin left last we\k for Apopka, Florida, where she will be home economics Instructor in the high school there. She was accompanied by Miss Mary Faith Puckett of Forrest City, a former classmate at Arkansas State Teachers College, who also will be employed in the school system. Miss Wade McHenry returned home last week after spending eight weeks at Camp Dixie at Clayton, Go., as a counsellor. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver ant Watermelon Supper Held A watermelon eupper was held on the lawn of the Calvary Baptis; Church last night when the Training Unions of the entire church entertained. Approximately 150 persons heard the Rev. J. H. Melton give the opening prayer, followed by a devo tional presented by Dan Atkins. Later in the evening games were played on the lawn. Mark Anderson, training union director, and W. T. Stewart, assistant director, were in charge of the affair. A l the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Miss Laverne Ball, Rt. 2 Mrs. Anna Lee Beckman and baby, Rt. 1. Mrs. Maud Jones, city Mrs. W. C. Darby and baby, city. Sailors Get Taken MANILA UH — Police recently winded up men dressed as wo- nen in Luneta Park in the heart of Manila. American sailors had complained they were robbed by these "seductive sirens" who often turned out to be tough hoodlums. day at Walls Hospital. The baby, their first child, has been named Kenneth Elmore Merritt. Mrs. Merritt Is the former Miss Norma Jean Roush, daughter, of O. A. Rons and the late Mrs. Roush. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bryant, companied by their p-anddaughte Miss Betty Bryant of Newber Tenn., will leave tomorrow for Est Park, Colo., where they will 10 days. spen Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starrs 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times was announced. Tickets may be obtained from members of the sponsoring orgairz'ition. or at the church tomorrow night. Guests will gather first at the the weekend in Fort Smith wit their son. Pvt. D. L. Bailey, who taking • basic training at Cam Chaftee. Mr. and Mrs. H- W- Wylie an church for instructions and will j daughters, Miss Heard Wylie then proceed to the homes of vari-1 Miss Dora Bernlce Wylie spen' ous members where different; weekend in Greenwood !„,„. courses will be served, ending back. where they, attended the marriag at the church for a dessert course. I of Mvs Wylie's niece Miss Belt t th Mies Supper will be served from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. ' Sue Lawrence, to Jimmy Moon The marriage, Iwld Saturday at th Does your red handbag nib off red on hands and clothing? Gut, the bag a few treatments of liquid I wax, applied sparingly, and this will stop. The Book Exchange offers To buy or trade your old boohs. For sale, good boohs at low prices. To order any new hook for you. Boxed greeting cards and gift wrappings. Unique place cards made to order. Alex and Elizabeth Shelby 503 W. Main Sat H. Forftet It. Mnytag does al] the work. Sco it Adams Appliance Co. Inc. TUBS., WED. & THURS. Double Feature HEX Harrison -Palmer - THB A COIUMII* MCtUK Sam ton by AlUN SCOTT • tari M tlw TUj b ( 1*1 » WITM few'tnifOHd mi ftttM bf [Mr™ TlOwrtit • tiw^i ***** KIM SCOTT > Dnctfd b| KM* KH — PLUS — OPENS 7:00 EACH MIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD Cartoon: Trick or Treat First Methodist Church in Greenwood, was followed by a reception at the Country Club at which both the Misses Wylie served. The two sisters then went to Fayctteville, Ark., to spent a week with Mrs Malcolm I*awrence and her family before returning home. children returned home Wednesday from • Florida vacation trip. They were accompanied home by M& and Mrs. J. E. McKee and sons of Atlanta, who remained at visitors In the Driver home for several days. Mrs. McKee Is Mrs. Driver's sister. The guests were entertained with a two table dessert bridge Friday, with game prizes awarded to Mr. and Mrs. John Ford and a gift presented to the honorees. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wagaman and children, Bobby and Brenda, left Friday for their Hagerstown, Md., home after a visit of two weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Bryant. Mrs. J. I. Mifflin was among the graduates receiving degrees nt Ar| kansas State College summer commencement exercises In Jonesboro Friday. Other Luxorans attending the outdoor exercises were Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood, Sr., Mrs. P. T. Freear and Mrs. Sue M. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. John Thweatt returned home Sunday from a motor vacation trip of several days to Alabama and Tennessee points. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen spent last week in Bentonville, where they visited with Mrs. Bowen's father and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen D. Brown and son, Valmore, of Stuart., Fla., arrived Sunday for a week's visit with his mother. Mrs. Sue M. Brown. Mrs. Billy Boylc«, formerly 1DH Jean Warren, recently left to Join her husband ,at his Marine dutf station in South Carolina. Mrs. T. F. Hudson and Miss Norn Wise are on a two week train vacation tour of the Pacific Northwest Mrs. Will Thweatt of Chatta- nooca, Term., is a houseguest thU week of her sister, Mrs. Walter Demon, and Mr. Dcnton. Mr. an<! Mrs. I. M. Osstlio returned home Sunday from Missouri where Mr. Castllo had been called earlier last week upon the death of his mother. Read Courier News Classified Ads. ARTHRITIS? I have been wonderfully blessed in being restored to active life after being crippled in nearly every joint in my body and with muscular soreness from head to foot. I had Rheumatoid Arthritis and other forms of Rhepmatism, hands deformed and my ankles were set. Limited space prohibits telling ! you more here but if you will write me I will reply at once and tell you how I received this onderful relief. . Lela S. Wier 2805 Arbor Hills Drive P. O. 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ROBINSON Attention Teachers Due lo recent resignations, th« Blythevill* School System has vacancies in the primary grades, Junior High Library, and Junior High Horn* Economics department. If interested, contact W.B. Nicholson, Superintendent of Schools, 700 Chickasuwha, Telephone 2053. APPLICANTS for high school vacancies ar» required to have degrees, elementary teachers must have two or more years of college work approved by the Slate Department of Education. Exclusively Here! that fits you as if it were molded to your feet . , , paradise shoes • no gap • no flopping • no slipping HICHAM LONfi • IUG RANDALL • RAY COLUtt CARTOON: HANSEL & GRETEL Sounds too good to be true, but Paradise's patented' construction is the answer. Try on a pair today and feel the huggable comfort that goes with Paradise's traditionally smarl styling. Black Suede- - - $13.95 &. SONS I SH O E S I Good Shoes & Hosiery Air Conditioned

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