The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 19, 1953
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/AGE FOUR BT.TTHETTLL1 (ARK.)' OCKJUITO HWWI WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19,1WI Ann. Crook Honored At S/iower Miss Ann Crook, who is the bride-elect of H. P- Haim. Jr- ot Qalveston, Tex., was honored last night at the Dixie Pig with a miscellaneous shower, when Mrn. Johnson Blackwell and Mrs. Jamee Rogers were hostesses. Gotd and while provided the color scheme for the occasion with wedding rings as the motif carrftd out at each table. Large gold rings centering each table held individual corsages of daisies for the guests. Five tables ot card games were conducted with six tea guests attending. Mrs. Robert McHaney, Mrs. Robert I Thompson. Mrs. T- H. Caraway and Miss Jettye Huffman won the game prizes, Mtas Crook wore tor the occasion a- dress of navy blue and was given a corsage of yellow roses. Special gucsis were Mrs. J. E Crook, the honoree's mother, and Mrs C. L. Buck. Jr. of Houston Tex., sister of the honoree, who will serve her as matron of honor __ MARRIED HERE — Mr. and Mrs. George Roland Green are shown here Immediately following their 5 p. m. marriage Saturday in the rectory of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Mrs. Green is the former Miss Dorothy Ann Oirdley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Oirdley of Reiser. Mr. Green Is the son of Mrs. Carl Green and the late Mr. Green of Blytheville. Miss Dorothy Ann Girdley Is Bride Of George R. Green In a ceremony performed Saturday at five o'clock in the afternoon, Miss Dorothy Ann Girdley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Girdley of Keiser became the bride of George Roland Green, son of Mrs. Carl Green and the late Mr. Green of Blytheville. The couple exchanged vows in the rectory of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church with the Rev. Amos Enderlin officiating at ceremony. Their only attendants were the groom's sister. Mrs. Ben Butler, Jr., of Osceola and his brother, Carl J. Green, Jr., of Blytheville. For her marriage, the bride wore a wall?, length blush pink gown of chantilly lace combined with tulle. The bodice of lace had a low round neckline which was appliqued with the same lace and studded with ir- redescent sequins. A shoulder length veil of blush pink illusior cascaded to natural points from a double tiered cap of lace. She pinned an orchid corsage at hei shoulder. Mrs. Butler wore a ballerina length gown of navy taffeta with picture hat of black and other accessories. Her corsags wae a purple orchid. Following a brief reception, the couple left for an undisclosed northern wedding trip, after whicl they will make Ihelr home In Blytheville. Felton Miles Guest of Honor At Shower Here Miss Felton Miles, whose engagement to James Metcalf was announced recently, was complimented at a shower given last night at the home of Mrs. Charles McDanlel at 214 East Davis, with Mrs. Bulord Cooley as co-hostess. Sixteen guests attending the party included mothers of the engaged couple, Mrs. Noah Miles and Mrs. E. W. Metcalf. For the occasion, the first in a series for Miss Miles, she chose a linen dress In several blending tones of brown, with tan accessories. She pinned a red rose bud corsage, a gift of the hostesses, at her shoulder. Forming the central design in the two entertaining rooms, was the dining table, which was topped with a pale blue umbrella. Encircling 1 the umbrella was a garland of pinK I roses and daisies, and in the cen- I ter, stood a miniature bride and groom. j Game prizes during the evening were awarded to Mrs. Don Morris and Miss Barbara Carter. 60 Attend Party For Baptists Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Boyd were hosts last night at their home foi a lawn party and supper for 60 d 14 guests of three classes of Calvary Baptist Training Union. Included were members of trie Followers, Hustlers, and Gleaners Classes. Mrs. Melvin . Christian, John Sparks and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tegethoff were In charge of the affair. Charley Belknap presented the devotional using as hi& subject, "Be Still and Know That I Am God. 1 Following prayer, the group dismissed- Leon Troteky also was known as "Lev Bronstein." At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. E. Brent and baby, City Mrs. A. P. Stewart, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: T. M. Mcriweathcr. Memphis Mrs. Ollic Crim. City Mrs. Troy BrooKs, City Mrs. Emnia Kcndrick, City Mrs. Kenneth Merrill and baby City Mrs. W. C. Darby and baby, City Special Prayer Service Is Held Members of the Armorel Girl's Auxiliary ol the Baptist Church there, met at the home of Mr. ant Mrs. S, H. Webstock last nigh to conduct a special prayer Berv Ice for the church's revival. Mrs. F. W. Garrison gave the devotional following prayer ant sons, and the group was dismissec with group singing. Fifteen mem bers attended. The Rev. David King of Bsrnie Mo., will conduct the services, with the Rev, W. E. Edrnonson, pastor of the church, directing mUsic. If You're A Half Size Mr. and Mrs. Bill Berrym»n hhvo arrived home from severtl days wedding trip «P«nt on Kentucky Lak«. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Smith and sons Douglas. Michael, and Wayne of Miami, Fla,, arrived here to be the guests of his mother, Mrs. J. F. Smith. Also guests In her home are her daughter, Mrs. Sam Site ot Humboldl, Tcnn., and her niece, Miss Anita Wilks of Caruthersville. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dicks moved this week end from 1040 West Ash lo their new home at 701 Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, Jr., and four children leave tomorrow for two weeks In Colorado. While Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are at Estes Park, attending an insurance convention, the children will visit in Pueblo, Colo., as guests of Mrs. Thompson's brother, Bruce Stanley, .nd family. Mrs. P. D. Underwood, who fell Saturday, is reported to be Improved today. She is confined to bed at the home of her daughter. Mrs. H. H. Houchlns, and Mr. Houchlas. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech have as their houseguest Mr. Leech's sister, Mrs. Horton B. Porter of Hillsborough, Tex. They are spending today in Hlckman, Ky., visiting other relatives. Now making their home in Atlanta, Ga.. at 33D Prado N. E., nre Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Caldwell. Mr. Caldwell plans to enter Georgia Tech in September. Mr., and Mrs. Floyd Tate and children. Joan and Frank, Mr. Tatc's mother, Mrs. Ada Tate, and J. D. Tate spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lipford are the parents of a son born Monday at Walls Hospital. The couple's third child the baby has been named Bussell David. Mrs. Lipford Is the former Miss Virginia Dobbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dobbs of Dell. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer will Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer were called to Paducah, Ky., by the sudden death of Mrs. Brewer's cousin, P. E. Davis. They will return next Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton and daughter, Mary Jo. Mrs. John Tyrone and son, Hugh, and Max Hill were Memphis visitors yesterday- Myra Joiner of Crawfordsville, Ark- arrived yesterday to spend this week as the houseguest of Jan Mullins. She was motored to Blytheville by her father. J. K. Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brogdon have returned home from a vacation trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Joiner and grandson, James Joiner, spent last •eek In Mississippi visiting relatives- ru ma*- Bossing Hubby "*~akes Measure Of Diplomacy A sensible wife takes good care her husband. She may even aby him a little in the privacy their home. But a clever wife n't so obvious that she makes 1m look like a baby. Take Jane for example. She nows Jim is rorklng harder lan he should, ic is concerned ecause he hasn't eemed to be re- overihg as fast he should aft- a recent ill- ess. She wants help him as luch as she can a n k d ec"r a e k ofht m «"'" MiHett elf. That's fine. But in doing so he doesn't ( have to make such a oint of being the solitious wife i front of others. Jane announces they have to eave a party early because Jim' imply must get his rest. Jim oesn't appreciate being made to| ook less robust than .the'other men I ressnt. Though he would have appreciated Jane's getting him away! Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Grimes Couple Celebrates 50th Anniversary 8979 By Sue Burnett You're sure to be pleased with this casual style created to fit the shorter figure to perfection. Versatile and charming, with bright contrast for collar and pocket trim. Pattern No. 8070 is a sew-rite per- lorated pattern In sizes 14'i. 16'i, 18'i, 2UVj. 22'i, 24(4. Size 161-i. 3»i yards of 45-inch; % yard contrast For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News, 312 VV. Qulncy Ct.. Chicago 6, 111. Basic FASHION for '53, Pall and Winter, is a complete guide in planning a practical, sew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside tho book. Send 25 cents today. An oiled or chemically treated mop shouldn't be used on waxed floors. It will only dull the shine. Use an untreated dry mop or the vacuum cleaner brush attachment. You Are Invited to Hear JOHN G. BILLS Of San Diego, Calif. IN A SERIES OF GOSPEL SERMONS —8 P.M.— Each Evening August 20 thru 30 . CHURCH OF CHRIST John G. Bills Dell, Arkansas Legion Auxiliary Holds Meeting Mrs. J. P. Brownson presided last night over a short business session of the American Legion Auxiliary members, when a semi-monthly meeting was held at the American Legion Hut. The group decided upon Sept- 1 as the date for a combined supper meeting with the Legionnnlres. Quests will include wives nnd husbands of the members of both groups. To wash a pastry cloth, souk In cokl water and follow with 'fptwt- ed squeezing through warm, soapy water. Rinse well. Spread out flat and wrinkle-free to dry. • * * Choice, between. fiutomattc and two-door nonnutomatic toasters depends on whether you want to forget your toast or watch It. The one makes no better toast than the other. ' eaTre AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At All Times WED. & THURS. Double Feature Harrison-Palmer THE To* s JUUN SCOIl • D*«W tj MMW MlS WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Grimes of Jonesboro, formerly of Blytheville, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday when they were lost and hostess to 75 relatives and Tlends at their Jonesboro home. Married 50 years ago in "Troy, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Grimes lived :or many years In Blytheville be:ore moving to Jonesboro 10 years ago. All their six living sons and daughters were graduated from school here and one daughter. Mrs. Carl Judd, still resides In Blytheville. Mr, Grimes is 71, and Mrs. Grimes Cartoon: Trick or Treat Coming Events Th'irsday Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertaining La Neuve Club. Armorel Home Demonstration Club meeting with Mrs. Frances Davis at 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. Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has 3 p. in. meet- Ing at the church with Mrs. Hattie Hunter, Mrs. John Walker. Mrs. W. I. Denton and Mrs. L. 0. Gill as hostesses. Automatic washers and dryers make It relatively easy to freshen up these items for a new season: feather pillows, bedspreads, slipcovers, draperies, shag rugs and stuffed toys. is 66. The Grimes' home was decoraced with baskets of gladioli -and carnations sent them on their anniversary. The refreshment table, cov ercd with a cutwork cloth, was ceir tercd with a crystal bowl fillei with large yellow chrysanthemums flanked by tall yellow tapers burn, ng in crystal holders. Mrs. J. C. Yount of Little Rock daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grimes cut and served the anniversar cake'.and their granddaughter, Mrs Eugene Tate of Little Rock, presid ed at the punch bowl. Sons and daughters of the coupl who were present, included Pau Grimes of Robinson, 111., Horac Grimes of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Loi Blankcnship of West Memphis, Mrs Judd, Mrs. Walter A. Carter of Fla River, Mo., and Mrs. Yount. Included among the out-of-towj guests were Mrs. .Philip Applebaum Mrs. Carl Marshall and .daughter Dorothy Jane, Mrs. Lagronne Whit tic and son, Eddie Joe, Miss Ka Blackard and Joel Epperson, all o Blytheville. Quick Relief for MUSCULAR ACHES Test STANBACK yourseli . . . lab- lets or powden . . . against any preparation you'vt irtr used. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Rosy Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. » LAST TIMES TONIGHT SHORT: TOWER OF DESTINY THURSDAY & FRIDAY ADVENTURE...SPECTACLE...SAVA6ELOVE! TO JAVA TRUCOLOR A REPUBLIC PICTURE Republic Piciurts coiponuon PARAMOUNT NEWS & CARTOON: The Pointer ™vTO th» party tar)/ U ih» bad used some other excuse. -• Jane, too, Is likely to remind Jim In front of other that he Isn't M young as he used to be and th»t he's simply got to stop working so hard. That's another thing no man appreciates, being reminded of his age. Nor can Jim's wife resist the Impulse to tell their friends how sha insists that Jim do Ihis and that. It was a good idea to talk him Into coming home for lunch for some rest before going back to the office but the reason for his coming home needn't have been announced to all their friends. Sure, it's important for wives to take -good care o( their husbands. But their health isn't'the only important thing. Their pride, is important, too. And it hurts a man's pride for the world to know his wife is bossing him around for his own good. When matching colors in home decoration, remember that texture makes a difference in the shade of color. A rough surface will look darker and warmer than a glossy one, even though the colors are dyed the same. When buying china, check that glazing covers every spot. Check all handles and spouts for proper balance. Check symmetry by stacking plates. Examine lor pore holes — a fault — and "diluting" - cracks. Pains, distress of "those days" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of 4 cases in doctors' tests! • Here's wonderful news for women and girls who — each month — suffer the tortures of "bad days" of functionally- caused menstrual cramps and pain — headaches, backaches, and those "no-good," dragged- out feelings. It's news about a medicine famous for relieving such suffering! Here Is the exciting news. Lydla E Pinkham's Vegetable Compound — gave complete or striking relief of such distress in an average of 3 out of 4 of the cases in doctor.;' tests! Yes! 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