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August 22, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIEE NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1958 Society /\lewA MulBns, Society Editor i Phon« 4461 Feiton Miles, James Metcalf Are Married in Dell Church In a double-ring ceremony performed at the First Bap- list Church in Dell yesterday, Miss Feiton Miles became the bride of Clarence James Metcalf, with the Rev. David McPeake, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church of Blytheville, oCfici- atingat 11 a. m. Mr* Metcalf is the daughter of, ers flanked either side. The setting Mr *nd tors Noah Miles of Dell i for the wedding party was coiii- and Mr Metcalf Is the son of Mrs.! plcted with matching floor baskets IIIIU nil. i'.- ,„,„ T.J.. If ,.,!,!»„ rttiflf IIIIU nil. ill-"."-- — E. W. Metcalf and the late Metcalf, also of Dell. Tall palms bonked the back- Mr. ' of white stock. The traditional wedding marches •Clalr da Lime" during the Bits of News Mrs. John Tyrone mid son, Hush, and Miss Mary Jo Eaton were Memphis visitors yesterday. Arriving today to be the guests of Mrs. J. E. Crook were Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Johnston'of Dallas, Tex., and H. P. Hann, Jr.. of Galveston, Tex. Mr. Hann will be married Monday to Miss Ann Crook, I and Mr. and Mrs. Johnston -'" Tall palms bonked the back- and "Clalr de Lime'' during the, • gf ]]f)nor a|)(i besl eround and were centered with a ceremony weie payed by Roy fcjiuunu, *"» s ..i nt .,, T , nt .^a^ • iTi^vn «f r\ct-i<n n ninnM.. man. eround n were ce basket of white stock interspersed ; Ware of Oseeola, pianist. with plupiosus fern and tied with W1LII piUJHUJM.j ••-,. — loops of white satin. Twin candelabra holding white catherteral lap- Party Is Given For Visitor Here Mns. John Tyrone and son, Jim, entertained at the home of Mrs. jj. £j. Blankenship this wees witn . ^ UR.SL 01 WIULC uuu* u .mium n»a party complimenting Jim's cousin, terspcrsed with white French ma- Charlotte Ann Tyrone of SUeston, 1 •• • - -•-' •- •••'•»" -- serving sister as maid of honor and only feminine attendant Miss Betty Miles, who was blua faille suit with Mo. « More than 20 guests gathered on the Blankenship lawn, for a wiener roast, after which they spent the evening in informal entertainment. Assisting Mrs. Tyrone were Mrs. Blankenship, Mrs. Mary Alice Eaton, and Miss Mary Jo Eaton. Bible Class Has Monthly Party Members of the Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist, Church held a monthly class party yesterday afternoon in the recreation hall, with 21 attending. Quests included Mrs. B. P. Gay, Mrs Dezzie Tatum, sister of Mrs. L. M. Burnette, and Miss Mary Hubler. Mrs. A. C. Halley gave the de- was dressed in a «...- - - black accessories. She pinned a corsnRe of white carnations at her shoulder. For her marriage, Mrs. Metcalf wore a Wnlcls Scott original dress in blue-gray, with a black velvet hat and otuer velvet accessories. She carried n white orchid set in a nest of white fleur d' amour In- line and showered with white tin streamers which were tied in love knots. Cecil Clay Metcalf of Dell served his brother as best man, and Ira Ray Gill of De|l served as usher. Mrs. Miles was dressed, for her daughter's marriage, in a gray silk dress, with matching accessories, and pinned pink carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. Metcalf was dressed In a black faille frock and pinned pink carnations at her shoulder. Out-of-town guests for the wedding included Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis Charles McDanlcl, Miss Barbara Carter and Miss Eunice Brogdon, all of Blylhevllle. The couple left Immediately following tholr wedding for a short wedding trip, after which they will , be at home on Chickasawba Av- votional followed by a report on I em ' e ' leprosy mission contributions given by Mrs. Ed Hnrclin. Jimmy culbertson, accompanied by Miss Prances Slayton, pianist, presented a solo. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Hattie Hunter, Mrs. L. 0. Gill, Mrs. Tony Walker and Mrs. W. I. Denton. Planned Mr. and Mrs. John Crlnnr have as Iheir guests. Miss Agnes Hadlcy and Kenneth Hartley of Covmgton, Tenn., for the week eod. Mrs. Edtlle Saliba has bean called to Iowa Park, Tex., due tn the illness of her father, P. G. Kildow. She will be accompanied by her daughters, Sandra and Suann. Mjra Jo Joiner left yesterday for her home in Crawfordsville, Ark., after spending the past several days with Jan Mullins. and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Ott Mulllns. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smart and daughter. Noll, left today for Holly Grove, Ark., to be the guests of Mrs. Smart's parents, Mr. apd Mrs. Oren Washington. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dobcrtson of Greenville, S. C., have arrived here to be the guests of Mr and Mrs. James Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bngun and children, and Mrs F. A. Alexander of Lnachville have returned to their homes from a 11-day trip to Chicago, III., Wisconsin, Minnesota, and in Canada. They returned through Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Christian and M«^of MenKs* W ^^^^ ~ callon through the South. Mr. and Mre. Floyd Duall and family left today for their home in Lakeland, Pla. They have been the guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Gene ShulU and son. Mrs. Erne.U Roe and daughter, Peggy Ann Taylor, left this afternoon for Port Worth, Tex., where thy will visit Mrs. Roe's son, Larry Taylor and ..family. They are accompanying Mrs. Taylnr'tt other son, Barbara Ann Smith Is Hostess to Club Miss Barbara Ann Smith entertained this week at her home for members of the N. N. Bridge Club and four other guests. • included with regular players were Mrs. Eloise Nicholson, Miss Jo Ann Trieschmann, Miss Elennor Gerald, and Miss Dixie Killian. Mrs. J. L. Westbrook, Jr., took first place, with second going to Miss Betty Nell Holland, and brid- go to Mrs. Nicholson. Desserts were served preceding the bridge games. Read Courier News Classified Ads Members of the Pemlsoot County Kenneth Taylor, and family of Singing Convention will meet at i Memphis. Wardell, MO., Sunday at 1 p. m. Troy Teeter, president, announced. today. Surprise Party Given In Home . Herman Tinker WHS guest of honor Inst night at n surpri.se birthday party given by Mrs. Tinker and Mr. and Mrs. Russeii Gusli In at the Ga.skin home on Cherry Street- Six couples were sealed at the dining room table, which held a large birthday cake, for the spaghetti supper. Guests were Informally entertained following supper in the living room, which was decorated with mossed arrangements of summer flowers. Revival In Progress At Church of God The Rev. Floyd Ramsey, pastor of the First Church of God, 20th atid CliLM'rj' StrefitH, announced today that a revival Is now In progress »t the church, with nightly services at 1: -15. JoUie Po.yt.on, youth- •bvnngilist from Pine Bluff, Ark., is conduct- lug (lie services. Miss Mury Aim Griffin is serving: tis pianist, with two trios providing special music. Girl's Auxiliary Conducts Meeting; Members of the Armorel Girl's Auxiliary of the Baptist Church met, yestrrcjfiy at the church for a IF YOU LIKE A REAL BARGAIN, READ THE WANT ADS The BIGGEST selling job in town Here in the classified section of your newspaper . . . you meel personally those people who are really in the market for what you have to offer. They read your message because they want to hire or he hired, to buy, sell, to rent, or to do you a service. Within minutes after your paper appears YOU GET RESULTS THROUGH THE WANT ADS1 Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear same day All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS WIN CITY TOURNEY — Shown following the City Bridge Tournament, played at Hotel Noble, are the winners of first, second and third places. Seated (from left) are Mrs. O. W. Coppedge, Mrs. Frank Qrlgsby, Mrs. James Roleson, Mrs. C. C. Councllle and James Roleson. Standing Is Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins of Steelo. Mr. and Mrs. Roleson took first place with a total of 327 points. Mrs. Coppedge and Mrs. Councille were second with 326.6 points, 'and Mrs. Grigsby and Mrs. Jenkins were third witih 313.5 points. Not pictured are Mr. and Mrs. George Wiggs, who won fourth with 312.4 points, Harry W. Haines and O. S. Crowell, who won fifth with 310.1, and Mrs. J. T. Barnes, and Mrs. Sam Sykes won sixtli with 3103 points. (Courier News Photo) Bride-Elect Is Honored At Luncheon Among sodiil events which have this week centered around Miss Ann Crook, the bride-elect of H. P. Hann. Jr.. of Galveston. Tex., was a luncheon given yesterday In Os- eeola. Hostesses for the affair, at.the George Florida home were Mrs. George Florida and Mrs. Harry Matlock. Guests were seated in the living room at four tables. The bride's table held a pastel arrangement of carnations, baby mums and stock combined with greenery. Pastel blossoms were seen throughout the entertaining rooms. Carrying out. the pastel colors further were the individual cakes decorated with sugared pastel flowers, following the chicken pie luncheon. Miss Crook, who chose for the occasion a rose silk shantung afternoon dre.ss with black accessories, w;>s;'presenied with a._eorsajje of vvhiftr earnatidns. r Mrs. J. E. Crook, n special guest was also presented with a corsage of white carnations. Fish Fry Given For Employes Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves, Sr., entertained h'-st night at the Mississippi River with a fish fry for employes of the Blytheville Soybean Corporation. j Twenty seven employes from the j Hornersville, Leachville, Senath and Blytheville offices attended the affair. Oilier guests included Mr. and Mrs. Pat Chitmon, Mr. and Mrs. | Charles Fenn, nil of Blytheville, 1 and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Merritt of Grenada, Miss. stewardship program, with 11 members and two guests, including Melba Dixon and Neldlne Nelson, attending. Following prayer by Ruth Ashmore. the program was given by Shirley Goodman, Pearley White, Fay Hill, and Barbara Edmomlsoii. Coming Events Monday Members of the WMU of the First Baptist Church have circle meetings as follows: Circle One with Mrs. R. E. Vivian, Jr., at 620 West Walnut; Circle Two meets at the church; Circle Three meets with Mre. Joe Evans at 1115 Willow; Circle Four meets with Mrs. Russell Man- at 900 Holly; Circle Five meets with Mrs. C. M. Smart at 1044 West Walnut; Circle Six meets with Mrs. M. C-Outlaw lit 411 Lake; nnti Circle SevW'meets with Mrs. F. L. Regan at 1132 West Main. Members of the Kntie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church meets with Miss Maxine Hill. Dolly Hett Ynung Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist church has meeting with Miss Frances Slayton. Trinity Baptist WMU Circles meet as follow: Circle One with Mrs. Hurt Ross at 2:33 p.m- and Circle Two AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and » p.m. tor KHz A Rosy I'rogrnni Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for SUmie. SATURDAY ONLY ^^___ A USIVS8SAI INIERNHIONAt PICTlK SERIAL: ft w* r $5 • Lost planet S^I%g^- CHAPTER 9 SUNDAY & MONDAY — PLUS — Paramount News £• Cartoon: Tom Tomcat SHORT: WIZARD OF CLUBS At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. A. Bynum, City Mike Van Dil:e. Steele Civile Jones. Armovel Linda Ray, Cooler Walls Hospital Dismissed: William H. Hall, Airbase Phillip Elkins, Oseeola Mrs. Ruth Meyers, Lusora Mrs. Snycler Walker, City Charlemagne's Cathedral Tile setting was introduced into northern Europe in the 9th century, when Charlemagne brought Italian arilists from Ravenna to pave his cathedral at Ais-la-Chapelle. with Mrs. G. D. Lewis at 421 East Cherry Street at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. Leon Oenmng is hostess to members of the Octave Club. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club has semi-monthly meeting. New Liberty Baptist Church circles meet. Mra. James C. Guard entertains members of the Tri-Town Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has weekly meeting at the club. Wednesday Mre. Bill Hoclge is hostess to members of the C and Q Club. Mrs. Charles Langston is hostess to members of Club Eight. Thursday Mrs. R. E. Green is hostess to members of the La Nueve Club. TLE is tfl be entertained by Mrs. W. J- Cupples. OSCEOLA NEWS By Betlye Nelle Starr Visitors Complimented (jrchid corsages marked the places of two visitors, Mtes Eleanor Jernlgan of Oklahoma City ana Miss Ann Mitchell Landes of Selmer, Tenn., when Mrs. Sam Williams entertained in their honor with a. dinner party at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis Thursday night. The two visitors are house guests of Dr. and Mrs- L. Howton. Miss Jernlgan is a niece of Mrs. Howton. Mrs. Agnes Ward oS Oseeola was a special guest, at the dinner party. Miss Montague Hostess Miss Josephine Montague was hostess to her Tuesday night Supper Club at her home. Mrs. Milton Pope was an additional guest. The hostess served turkey chop suey. Following an evening meal, the guests played cards. Drill? Olul> Meels Mrs. R. D. Mears was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Playing with the club were Mrs. Eddie Pharo, Mrs. Jim Hyatt and Miss Emily Mason. The hostess served a dessert course. 20th Century Club Meets The 20th Century Club met Wednesday night for their monthly dance. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hart, Mr. and Mra. Richard Etheridee, Mr. and Mrs. J- E. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cre- cilians. New members welcomed into the club were Mr. and Mrs- Charles Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mason. Mr. and Mrs Charles Wildy, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Jefferies, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crewer and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Cantrell, Jr. Mrs White Hostess Mrs. Boyd White was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mra. John White and Mrs. Auten Chitwood were guests. Mrs. Gene Butler won high score and Mrs. Chitwood won second. A dessert course was served. Entertains Club Mrs. Bruce Ivy entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon with a dessert course followed by cards- Mrs. Faber White. Mrs. Roy Cox. Mrs. Russell Harrison of Brinkley and Mrs. H. F. Wilson of Dumas, Ark., wore special guests. Mrs. Ward Entertains Mrs. J. L. Ward was hostess to the four-table bridge club Thursday afternoon for dessert followed by bridge. Guests other than the club members were Mrs. Frank Crittenden of Newburg, N. Y., Mrs. Marshal Kline, of St. Louis, Mrs. W.'E. Htmt and Mrs. Joe Cromer. Mrs. Crnmer won high guest prize, Mrs. Blanche Cleere high club prize and Mrs. W. C. Mason bridgo. Pink and red roses were used in profusion throughout the house. Centering the buffet was an arrangement of fall flowering marigolds. Ice cream and cake were served preceding the bridge games on small tables centered with a red rose and ageratum. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Tomllnson of Memphis were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Coleman. Mrs. Maude Hudson is speeding two weeks in Clarksdale, .Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wilson and two children have returned to their home in Donaldson, Ark., after a visit with Mrs. Wilson's parents. OPENS 7:00 EACH WIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS SATURDAY ONLY THREE BIG FEATURES FOR THE PRICE OF ONE REGULAR SHOW Double Feature Program LEO GORCEY and The .BOWERY I ROBERT YOUNG-JANIS CARTER rli. !< *-•£' JACK 8UETEL *&i Jitm HUNTZ HALL ,<£»*• ^y^ 010 ^ CARTOON: Tennis Racquet OWL SHOW -FREE- We invile everyone who is in the Drive-in for the regular show to stay for the OWL SHOW. FREE OF CHARGE Marti TOREN. Hubert DOUtUS A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAl PICTURE SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING Steel Your Hervss! \Here's excitement that will \smash them! \ \ STEPHEN McMI.LY-KI,EXIS SMITH \' WNSTHUHG- KEITH ARTHUR HUHNICUTT " • ... PLUS — TWO CARTOONS Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Thorne. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Driver epent the night in Memphis Thursday where Mr. Driver consulted with his doctor Friday. Miss Nancy Ohlendorf hai r«- turned home from a stay ot two months at Camp Deerwood, Brevard. N. C. Mrs. Owen Massie has returned^ home after a week's visit In Kentucky. LUXORA NEWS By MRS. G. C. DRIVER Rotarians Hosts The Luxora Rotary Club entertained H5 members and guests from Luxora, Oseeola, Burdette, Victoria, ,nd Memphis at the club's regular weekly meeting Thursday night with a Rural-Urban Fishfry. The event, an annual mid-summer affair, Was held on the lawn of tha home of R. C. Langston, Rotariart, and staged by the club's rural-urban committee under the direction of Abe Ljverant, chairman. PTA Discussion Held Mrs. b. D. Smith, Parent-Teacher Association president, was hostess to the executive committee of the local organization at her home Thursday evening. The session was held for the purpose of discussing planning features for the school year activities. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the conclusion, of the meeting. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson and children, Nora Ann and Paul, Jr., are currently on a motor vacation tour to Washington, D. C., and other eastern points of Interest. Mrs. Daisy Denney of Florida is '••isiting Mrs. J. W. Lynch for a few days. Mrs. J. I. Mlfflin and Mrs. P. T. Prcear left Friday to join Ml', and Mrs. C. B. Wood, Sr., Mrs. S. B. Terry, and Mrs. R. T. Ball™ at the Wood's Horseshoe Lake cabin, ^cmasket, for the weekend. Another guest, Miss Martha Claire Terry of Smackover, will join the group Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. Kurtz left this week for a motor tour to Washington, D. C., where they will visit with his brother for several days. Leaving there, they will tour the Eastern seaboard and mid-Canadian points enroute home. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Stanford returned home Tuesday from a 10-day- motor vacation tour to New Orleans, the Gulf Coast, and Florida points. They also visited their son, Lt. Thomas L. Stanford. Jr., at his Fort Benning, Ga., army duty post. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Teaford have had as their houseguests for several days this week Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mantle and daughters of St. Louis. Dr. and Mrs. Dean McClurkin and daughter of Nashville, Tcnn., arrived Thursday for a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Powell. Dr. McClurkin departed Thursday night for a Texas business trip, to return and join his family here in several days. Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At AD Times LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature Serial; Jungle Drums No. Cartoon: Cat Choo SUN. & MON. Double Feature METRO NEWS

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