The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1953 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, August 21, 1953
Page 2
Start Free Trial

PAGE TWO BT.YTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST tl, 1MI QC4& p«t MulMns. Society Editor 9 ety Bride-Elect Honored With Parties Continuing, pre-miptlal event now being given for Miss Ann Croo of Blytheville and Houston, Tex were two parties given this week. Miss Cvnok is to become the brid of H. P. Hann, Jr., of Galvcstor Tex., this month. Miss Jetiye Huffman and he mother, Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Sr. were hostesses at their home 01 Walnut Street Wednesday noon a a luncheon and Mrs. T. H. Cnrnwaj and her mother. Mrs. R. B. Purvif were hostesses last night at tin Purvis home for a crystal showc and dessert bridge. Providing a centerpiece at the diiv ing room table, where guests wen seated for the luncheon, was a largi arrangement of white daisies, com bined with pink carnations. Pin! and white zinnias furthered tin scheme throughout the other civ tertaining rooms. Miss Crook, who chose for thf occasion, a two-piece tan cottor dress with complementing accessories, was presented a pink carnation corsage. Forming place cards at the table were miniature pictures of the engaged couple. Among the guests were Mrs. J. E. Crook, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Charles Buck of Houston, her sister. Pink and white were again chosen colors, when Mrs. Caraway and Mrs. Purvis entertained with a dessert bridge last night. A crystal bud vase, holding pink and white blossoms, centered each table, with matching arrangements being used at intervals. Among the two tables of tea guests attending were Mrs. Crook, and two aunts of the bride-elect, Mrs. Henry Humphrey and Mrs. C. A. Hovey. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. James Vest, who took first place and the traveling prize. Mrs. Harold Davis, second plnce, and Mrs. James Rodgers, bvidgo. Pink daisies formed a corsage which the hostess pinned at Miss Crook's shoulder. She wore for the evening's entertainment, a navy cotton frock with matching accessories. Three Guests Attend Party Three guests altended a meeting of the La Nueve Club last night when it met at Ihe Dixie Pie Drive- In in the Pine Room with Mrs. Melvin Halscll as hostess. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. Cecil Branson of New Orleans and Hobbs, N. M., and Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr., were included In the guest list. Yellow and white provided the color scheme used by the hostess. Daisies were used to form centerpieces for each table, with tallies In matching design. Other flowers were placed at intervals. Mrs. Leonard Oldham won first place in bridge games, with second going to Mrs. Rainwater and bridgo to Mrs. Morgan. A dessert course was served preceding the games. Tops In Daytime Styles By Sue Burnett You're sure to like this attractive dress that Is so right for daytime wear. It. features an Interesting sniped yoke and a four-button closing nn each shoulder. Pattern No. 8206 is a scw-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 12, 14. 16 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 3V, yards of 45 Inch. For this patlern, send 30c In COINS, ."our name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier New«, 372 W. Qulncy St., Chicago 8, III Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and Winter, Is a complete guide In planning n practical, new-simple wardrobe, OKI, pattern printed Inside the book. Send 25 cent* today. Miss Marian Mayes to Assume Hawaiian islands School Job Miss Marian Mayes A BlytheviUe girl wns to leave to- i day for the Hawaiian Islands, where • she will teach In elementary school during the 1953-54 school year. '. Miss Marian Mayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes, was to leave Memphis tonight for Los An- gelra, Calif., going by plane from there to the Islands on Monday, i Miss Mayes, who Is a graduate of I Blytheville High school and of Blue ,, Mountain College. Blue Mountain, Miss., will teach In the elementary i division of Kllohana Public School. < Leaving from Memphis with Miss Mayes will be Miss Elizabeth Head of Trumann, a graduate of the university of Mississippi. Oxford, who will be a member of the same faculty. | Mirs Mayes was honored at sev- j eral bon voyage parties during the week. She plans to return to the United States In June. 1954. Second Session, City Bridge Tourney Ends Mr. and Mrs. George Wlggs took op honors last night with 181.4 points In the second session of play n the annual City Bridge Tourna- nenl conducted at Hotel Noble. Mrs. O.. W. Coppedge and Mrs. J. C. Councllie won second place with 165.7 points, Mrs. T. J. Barnes and Mrs. Sam Sykes won third place with 159-2 points .and Mr. ind Mrs. James Roleson won fourth )Iace with 169 points. Winners of the first session were Mrs. Prank Grigsky and Mrs. Eu- enift Jenkins, first place; Mrs. Baxer Southern and Mrs. Marshall Cameron of Steele, second; and'Mr. nd Mrs. James Roleson, third The play consisted of a 13-table crambled Mitchell movement. TLE Bridge Club s Entertained Mrs Jerry Scrape imtcrtnlned Inet lglit at the Rn/orbnck Drive-In vith n dosserl. brlrlfie for members f the TLE Bridge Club. Guests for the evening Included lire. Robert Blnylock and Mrs. Catherine Sweeney. A dessert course preceded the ridge games which provided the vcning's entertainment. Winners were Mrs. Sweeney, first lace; Mrs. Scrape, second; and Irs. Herman Turner, brldgo. Committee Chosen At Armorel Meeting A booth committee for the MIs- issippl County Pair was appointed esterriny in a business session held y Armorel Home Demonstration vlub when they gathered at the Lome of Mrs. Everett Davis for pot- uck lunch. Committee members Include Mrs. 'aft Mctzgcr, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. B. . Atkinson, Mrs. T. B. Watson and tfrs W. O. Anderson. Mrs. F. H 'arrleh, president, appointed the roup. In the afternoon, n program was iven, beginning with a medita- ion period led by Mrs. McCann. Others participating In the pro- ram were Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. C. C. Elliott, Mrs. Metzger and Mrs. \ndcrson. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtnln- d a marriage license in the otlice f the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth ilythe Parker: H. P. Hnnn, Jr.. ol Houston, Tex., nd Elizabeth Ann Crook of Blythe- ille. Morning Party Planned For Ladies' Day Ladies Day, a monthly event at Blytheville Country Club, will be held next Thursday, it, wns announced today by Mrs. Bancroft Terry, chairman of the hostess committee. The affair, which will begin at 10:30 a.m., is to be a bridpe and canasta party, followed by a luncheon at noon. Other hostesses include Mrs. Gilbert L. Smytch. Mrs- Henry Humphreys. Mrs. W. T. Rainwater, and Mrs, Robert KillJan. Birthday Party Given on Lawn Because Billy Mnx Gnnn, Jr., was two years old on Wednesday, he wns complimented on his birthday by his mother, Mrs. Gann, Sr-, and his grandmother. Mrs. Willie Bcasley at the Beasley home. Guests were entertained throughout the afternoon with informal games on the lawn. A long table, which held his birthday cake and ice cream was decorntert with balloons, later given to the children. ORA Birthday Club Has Luncheon Meet Mrs. Hilton Stephenson wns hostess Ht JitM' home with n luncheon Tuesday for Mrs. Arnh Spiu:k. whrn members of the ORA Blrthdny club were guests. The luncheon table, overlaid with a green linen cloth, wns centered with an oblong-arrangement of garden flowers. Mrs. Speck was presented with gifts In the afternoon. In n business session. It. was voted by the group to have a picnic for the September meeting. A i the Hospitals Rlythevllle Hospital Dismissed: W. C. Buchanan, City Billy Hatch. City Mrs. Glfford Sykes, City Coming Events FRIDAY Vendredl Club mceta with Mrs. Miix Walters. Ladles Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has 3 p. in. meeting nt the church with Mrs. Hatlie Hunter, Mrs. John Walker. Mrs. W. I. Denton and Mrs. L. 0. Gill as hostesses. Flour sifters get doughy if not properly cleaned. Here's fi good method: rinse away all flour accumulations with cold water. Follow with your hot soapy washing, dry with ft towel, and set In the air for a while. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Presidents John Tyler, Millard Fillmore, Benjamin Harrison, Theodore Roosevelt, and Woodrow Wilson ench married twice. THE HANDS THAT GUARD YOUR HEALTH ARE PERFECTION IS THE RULE In the compounding of prescrip- Uvh'», ptrtection In the only flUndard. Our reflsterert pharm- »els In Accept nothing IPS* for every prescription you send UK. CALL ON US ANYTIME. ROTH DRUGS Elizabeth Coleman returned home Wednesday from a two- months visit with her aunt, Mrs- Troy House, In Los Angeles, Calif. Elizabeth Bristftr returned to her home yesterday from Mt. Petit Jean, whrre" she attended a 4-H Club Camp. Billy Hatch has been brought home'from the Blytheville Hospital to his home on Cherry Street, Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Williams are vacationing in Michigan returning through the Smoky Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Crook and their daughter, Mabel, returned from Ked Bank and Holly Springs, Miss., where they spent several days as the guests of relatives. Mrs. Edith Epperson has returned to her home from Kennett, Mo., where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Archie Brooks, and Catron, Mo., where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Parker Cassidy. Mrs. Ollie Ely and daughters, Helfn and Shcryl, have returned to their home in Great Ben, Kans., after they visited Mrs. Ely's mother, Mrs. J. F. Epperson, and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Stephenson and daughter. Mary Tom, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bobbins were in Jonesboro for Arkansas State College graduation exercises, when Mrs. Stevenson's mother, Mrs. Penrle Hill, received her degree. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Brothers, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. MiddLeton have returned home from a vacation in Chattanooga. Tenn., and in St. Louis, Mo., where they were guests of Mr, and Mrs. James Russell. Searrmn and Mrs. Lyle W. Faylor nre the parents of a daughter, their first child, who was born Tuesday nt Walls Hospital. She has been named Vivian Jean. Mrs. Faylor was before her marriage Miss Joyce Grim. Miss Monti Joy Gaines, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gaines, will arrive home Sunday from Warm Springs. Ga., where she recently underwent surgery fit the Warm Springs Foundation there. Allen Bush Is to arrive home this week end from Dandridge, Tenn., after spending the summer there. He will be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush, before returning to University of Tennessee. Johnny O'Brien left yesterday for Cincinnati ,O., where he will Join Mr. and Mrs. Al Corey. They will nil be at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis. Mel., on Sunday as gunsts of Midshipman George Eugene O'Brien for open house. John J. Hnley received a Master of Arts decree from George Peabndy College for Teachers, Nashville, Tenn,, last Monday. These Cotton Fashions Span the Seasons By GAILE DUOAS NBA Woman's Editor NEW YORK — (NEA) — Transl- I tional cottons are extremely useful j betv/een-season additions to a J wardrobe when they look like aut- i umn but feel like summer. [ They should be dark, of course, and cool always. They should also convey a hint of clear, blue air and slanting golden sunshine. We've I fast recovery from wrinkles. E.;iplre-waisted dress (left) in I Cloth books are the most practical [ ! choice for ages six months to three toast color has full, stand-away skirt and lifted collar. Self buttons , are grouped down the front in series years. It's been recommended that of four. Front seaming creates a j they be put into the washing ma- long, continuous line from rib cage to hemline. The Claire McCardell design (right) in navy and tobacco is the picked two that we think fill the ] perfect dress for town or business. bill In every respect. And they've j Here, diagonal stripes are worked I the additional attraction of being ! into a "V" pattern. Neckline permits | cut from a fabric that's a happy j use of scarves or Jewelry, the choice wedding of nylon and cotton. Thi.s j dependent on the occasion or the means good shape retention and wearer's whim. To get fruit stains out of dresses, stretch the stained portion over a bowl and pour on I/oiling water from a height of two or three feet. Do this while stain is fre'fh. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission Me & 39c At Al) Times FRI. & SAT. Double Feature Serial: Jungle Drums No. \ Cartoon: Cat Choo SUN. & MOM. Double Feature £> >"1'Z* See Our Adv. — August Issue Good Housekeeping JOHN C. HcHANEY & SONS "Your Monument Men" Highway 61 South BlytheviUe Ark. METRO NEWS » JUST OUTHlWff OPENS 7700 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES TONIGHT COMEDY SATURDAY ONLY THREE BIG FEATURES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE REGULAR SHOW Double Feature Program LEO GORCEY and The «»v TECHNICOLOR •••*•••»•« CARTOON: Tennis Racquet OWL SHOW -FREE We invile everyone who is in the Drive-In for the regular snow lo slay for the owi, snow. FREE OF CHARGE SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING Steel Your Nerves! VHere's excitement that will vsmash them! \ STEPHEN McNALLK- ALEXIS SMITH V UN STERLING W V^4^-, iwr PLUS — TWO CARTOONS chine for laundering. When its tim« To Repaint You'll MVC money bj Mtoctlnf jood paint. Good paint lute longer and tbf lonctr Intervals between painting lower* jour annual cost. We neon- mend VANE-CALVERT I'alnts, made bjr "America'! Oldest Mixed Faint Rouw," Phone 4552 and we will flf- ure the cost and recpmmeaA a good painter. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Coll 8233 WOWDS lAKlSt Hit COHtKt CtX AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Eitz * ROJJ Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvu*. FRED VERA MieMURRAY-RALSTON LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News & Cartoon: The Pointer TRUCOLOR BY CONSOLIDATED A REPUBLIC PICTURE p-pumlc Pt:tur;i Corporatlcn SATURDAY ONLY Jit SCAOT fc " .ANGEL SERIAL: Lost Planet CHAPTER 9 SUNDAY & MONDAY _. This is counterespionage with the wraps off- and the heat on! ., it K1CMRD ItMl JSSSZm WIDMARK'PETERS'RITTER Proton! by lulls Schenw • Otoetd t» S*"" 1 wl * Sam rtir 6y Sjmwl Full* —PLUS— Paramount News & Cartoon: Tom Tomcat SHORT: WIZARD OF CLUBS

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 14,500+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free