The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 25, 1953 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 25, 1953
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/AGE FOUR BLYTHKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, ATKJ. 38, 1WI p»t MuUni, Society oce i 4461 Ann Crook, H. P. Hann, Jr., Wed in Church Now on a wedding trip to the Ozark Mountains are Mr. and Mrs. Horace Peter Hann, Jr who exchanged marriage vows yesterday at the First Methodist Church m Blythe- V1 Mrs. Hann, the former Miss Elizabeth Ann Crook of Blytheville and Houston, Tex., is the daughter of Mrs. J. K Crook of Blythevllle and the late Mr. Crook. Mr. Hann of ' Galveston, Tex., is the son of H. P. Hann, Sr., of Lake Placid, Fla., and the late Mrs. Hann. The Rev. Eugene H. Hall, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Dell, officiated at the nuptials at ten o'clock In the morning. Pale pink blossoms set in a massed arrangement of greenery, combined with glowing cathedral tapers in branched candelabra, formed the background for the wedding party. Mrs. Harold Davis, vocalist, and Earl Snyder. organist, provided a program of music. Mrs. Davis' selections were "I Love Thee," "Because," and "Wedding Prayer." Mr. Snyder presented appropriate selections with the traditional marches. Mrs. Charles B. Johnston of Dallas, Tex., serving her sister as maid of honor, preceded the bride clown the aisle, wearing an irridescent blue antique taffeta gown of ballerina length design. She carried a nosegay of pink. Given in marriage by her brother George Barnes Crook, the bride was dressed in a gown of petal pink tulle over taffeta. The strapless bodice was 'designed of folds of pleated tulle with a brief stole, appliqued in delicate lace for shoulder coverage: The bouffant skirt of many layers of tulle was in ballet length. A small veil of the pale pink color was gathered to a velvet band embroidered with pearls. Accessories of matching color completed the bridal ensemble. She carried a nosegay of white blossoms, showered with fleur de amour sprays, and satin ribbon. T«»n Is Brat Man Charles E. Johnston of Dallas. Tex., served the groom as best man. and ushers included T. H. Caraway and Robert O. McHaney of Blytheville. Mrs. Crook wore for her daughter's wedding, a navy, blue sheer afternoon gown, trimmed in white, .with navy accessories, and a corsage of white carnations. Serving as hostess for a reception immediately following the ceremony. Mrs. Crook was assisted in serving by Miss Jettye Huffman, Mrs. Barnes Crook, Mrs. C. L. Buck. Jr., of Houston. Tex.. Mrs. Johnson Blackwell, Miss Annella Humphreys, Mrs. James Rogers of Newport, Ark., Mrs. T. H. Caraway. The bride's table, which was decorated with summer blossoms in keeping with the chosen colors, held a tiered wedding cake encircled with a garland of greenery and white blossoms. Out-of-town guests for the occasion were Laurin Crook of Okolona, Miss., an uncle of the bride, Miss Jane Hipp of Ripley, Tenn., Mrs. Allen Fisher of Henning. Tenn., Mrs. Laura Langford, of Helming, Tenn. The couple departed later in the morning for a wedding trip, the bride wearing a black and white cotton tweed suit with linen collar and cuffs, and matching accessories. She pinned her white corsage at her shoulder. They will make their home at 2318 Avenue P. Galveston, Tex. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Mary Ruth Roe, City. Layette Shower Is Given Here Mrs William Boren was guest of honor last night when 40 guests attended a layette shower given at the Chickasaw Courts Assembly Hall. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs N. J. Humphrey, Mrs. Melba Christie, Mrs. Elnora ewafford, Miss Bornice Overman and. Mrs. Gene Mrs. Dav: the baby id MoPeake presided at book and Mrs. Dean Pierce and Mrs. Harold Walls of EXCHANGE MARRIAGE VOWS — Mr. and Mrs. Horace Peter Hann, Jr., are shown following their marriage at the First Methodist Church here yesterday. Mrs. Hann is the former Miss Ann Crook, daughter of Mrs. J. B. Crook of Blythevllle and the late Mr. Crook, The couple, now on a wedding trip to the Ozarks, will make their home in Galveston, Tex. (Courier News Photo) Seven Circles of First Baptist Church Meet in Members' Homes Manila, directed party games which were won by Mrs. Opal Webb and Mrs. Wanda Galyean, also of Manila. Mrs. William Edwards presented a reading. The gift table, held a blue'and white miniature basinet on the pink luncheon cloth- Pastel colored blossoms and blue and white satin puffs decorated the room. Mrs Borcn, the former Miss Emily Dean Horsley of Manila, was presented a novelty corsage. Mrs. Ernest Horsley, mother of the honoree and Mrs. Eldridge Boren, Mr. Bore'n's mother, attended the affair. Former Resident Is Married In California The Church of Christ in San Le- nndro, Calif., was the scene July 11 for the marriage of Miss Alpha L. Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Parker of Caldwell, Tex., nd Jnmes B. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hall of Blytheville. The bride, given in marriage by _ friend of the couple, George W Decker of Monterey, Calif., wore a gray LII1I Ann original suit and tinned a white orchid corsage at ler shoulder. Her only ornament was a strand of pearls, ,a gift of the groom. The couple was attended by Miss Jeffie Hall, sister of the groom, as maid of honor and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kelly, brother-in-law and sis- ,er of the groom, as best man and matron of honor. A reception In the church dining room followed trie ceremony. Following a wedding trip in the Mon- ierey Peninsula, the couple is now at home in California. Members of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church met at the homes of members in separate circle meetings yesterday afternoon for the Royal Service program. Hostess to Circle One was Mrs- R. E. Vivian with Mrs C. E. Evans as co-hostess to eight members attending. Mrs. J. W. Portlock gave the opening prayer followed by the devotional by Mrs- Vivian. Mrs. Evans, the program leader was assisted by Mrs. J. W. Rayder and Mrs. k. D. Marr. Mrs Alvin Huffman, Jr, offered the benediction. Mrs. E. M- Huffman was hostess and Mrs- J. W. Dolcn was co-hos- ,ess to five members and one guest of Circle Two. Miss Cordelia Wilhite offered the opening prayer and gave the devotional. Mrs. Ben Abbott and Mrs. W. W. Mitchell assisted Mrs. Dolen, leader, In giving the program. Mrs. Do- lcn also dismissed the group. Eight, members of Circle Three were entertained by Mrs. Joe Evans at her home, when Mrs. J- T. Westbrook sewed as program leader. Mrs. Pearl Hires gave the prayer and Mrs. Roy Woods, the devotlon- 1. Mrs- Lloyd Stic'kinon and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer presented the program, which was dismissed by Mrs- Alvin Huffman. Sr. Mrs. Russell Marr entertained eight members of Circle Four with Mrs. H. L. Halsell as leader: Following prayer by Mrs. Phillip Deer, Mrs. Riley Adams gave the devotional, and Mrs. Clarence Johnson and Mrs. Halsell., the program. Benediction was by Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs C. M. Smart was hostess to 10 members of Circle Five, with Mrs. C. L. McWalcrs, Sr., as program leader and Mrs. R. L. Reeder. Mrs. W. M- Williams, and Mrs. Carl Tate assisting. Mrs. Leslie Moore offered the opening prayer and each ' member quoted a verse of scripture. Mrs. Reeder gave the benediction. Seven members of Circle Six were present at the home of Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock and Mrs. C. S. Lemons gave the opening and closing prayer and Mrs. E. B. Woodson was program leader. Circle Seven was entertained by Mrs. F. L. Regan, when Mrs. C. E. Johnson directed the program. Mrs. Harold A Davis gave the opening prayer arid devotional Mrs. Darrell Swanner. who Is moving to Nashville, was given a Rift by the group. Vendredi Club Is Entertained Mrs. J. Max Walters was hostess at her home to members of the Vendredi Bridge Club Friday evening. Verbinas were u^ed throughout, the cnrd rooms ,\vhnre a salad course was served preceding the bridge games. Bridge prizes wove \von by Mrs. Dick Shanks, high .score: Mrs- Richard Osbornc, second high; and Mrs. A. S. Harrison, bridsio. Read Courier News classiiied Arts. Drunkard's Match A special match, intended to save tipplers' fingers by killing the flame at midpoint of the splint, was created for drunkards in 1882, according to the Encyclopedia Bri- annicn. OPENS 7:00 EACH N.1GHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! """" ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE SYITH PARENTS The flight ol the Wright broth ers' first plane in 1903 covered a ilistnnce only nbout one-half the winK-sprcad of a modern heavy bomber. Baptist WMU Has Meeting Members of the Number Nine Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Church met for the Royal Service program, "American Indians and the Jesus," at the church last night. Following the devotional by Mrs. Max Johnson, Mrs. Raymond Whittle directed the program with Mrs. Billy Johnson, Mrs. Lloyd Ray, Mrs. M. L. Hart, Mrs. Orvill Northcutt. Mrs. Frank Coals and Mrs. Ruel Hatley participating. Mrs. Cllffie Johnson, president, presided in the business session following the program. Bits of News (Hoitfy f-^ertonai Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen, Jr., arrived here last night following their wedding trip to Washington, D. C., and through the Smoky Mountains. En route home, they stopped In Quantlco, Va,, and In Nashville, Tenn. After spending several days here, they will go to Predeiricksburg, Va., to make their home, while he Is taking basic training In the Marine Corps as a second lieutenant at Quantico. Mrs. Carl Wallace has arrived home from San Diego, Calif,, where she spent several weeks with icr son, Dan Wallace, Mrs. Wai- ace, and their infant son. Boyce Moore and his daughters, Jlmmie Lee and Susan, left Sunday for & two week's vacation trip In Hot Springs, N. M. Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer returned to their home from Paducah, Ky., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Brewer's cousin, P. E. Davis. Mrs. Robinson Freeman entered the Methodist Hospital in Memphis yesterday morning for surgery. She is in room 293. Mrs. John W. Tabor of Dallas, Tex., has arrived here to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. F. Brewer, and Dr. Brewer. Mrs. Leonard Lowery of Memphis is the guest of her brother, A. L. Brady, and family this week. While here, she Is also visiting Mrs. M. W. Lewis, a school friend, whom she had not seen in 47 years. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies arrived home last night from a month's vacation. They spent several weeks in Estes Park, Colo., and visited Dr. Edna Nies' sister, Mrs. Harry Kim- b!ey. and family of Shelbina, Mo., enroute home. Reuben A. Friend, who Is stationed at Mltchel Air Force Base, N. Y., has been promoted to staff sergeant from airman first class recently. Sgt. Friend, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend, has been in the Air Force three years, spending one year in Korea. His wife is the former Miss Mary Ann Henry. Mrs. Lloyd Ford and daughter, Margie Jane, left Sunday morning for their home in Memphis, after spending several weeks in Blythe^ ville as the guests of her mother, Mrs. John Shanks and sister, Mrs. Gene Whittle and families. Guests in the J. P. Friend home last night were Mrs. L. T. Tinkle and her nephew, Don Stalling, both of Lufkin, Tex., and Mrs. Tinkle's ?on, Jimmy Tinkle of Memphis. Mrs Friend's sister, Mrs. Melvin E. Gibbs of Lufkin. Tex., Is here to spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Halsell and daughter, Diane, have returned home from Memphis where they spent several days as the guests of Mr. Hnlsell's sister, Mrs. Ed Stewart, and Mr. Stewart. Mrs. John Walton, who spent' the week end In Little Rock with her husband at the Veterans Hospital ere, reports that his condition is improved. WSCS Meeting Is Conducted Mrs. Cecil Lusk presided over the monthly business session of members of Women's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church last night. Mrs. Joe Thomas gave the devotional, "Lest We Forget," followed by prayer. In the business session, quarterly reports were given. Mrs. Minnie Vance, Mrs. Lusk, Mrs. Robert McMaster and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers are attending the fall Seminar In Joncsboro today, and will report on It at the next regular meeting. The "Straw Cat" straw cat, known also as the pampas or grass cat, is a yellowish - gray wildcat, with strawberry - colored bands running backwards across its flanks and horizontally on its legs and chest. Tops In Campus Wear Coming Events Tuesday Members of the Alpha Delta Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi have bridge and canasta party at Hotel Noble beginning at 7:30 p.m.. with husbands of members as guests. Hostesses are Mrs. Bill Hodge and Mrs. Elwood Deen. Shrine Club has Friday 7:30 p.m. dinner meeting at the club in David Acres. Wednesday , Mrs. Bill Hodge is hostess to members of the C and Q Club. Mrs. Charles Langston Is hostess to members of Club Eight. Thursday Pidelas Class of First Baptist Church has 7 p.m. potluck supper with Mrs. Alvin Hardy at 1511 West Walnut. Mrs. R. E. Green is hostess to members of the La Nueve Club. TLE is to be entertained by Mrs. W. J- Cupples. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature BUCK NIGHT DOLLAR A CARLOAD AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION LlslMi to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & ROJJ Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. tor Starvue. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY JOHHGJWD •SHEILEY WINTERS ffciiiTailfif* JL.iKn.Miwi.ur'"' 111 lit till CARTOON: FLIPPER FROLIC -YVint OU«AY • CINE LOCKHMT • NANCY «Ull» ALSO SELECTED SHORTS vidence Exploded CHARLESTON, W. Va. (/PI — Evl- ence in a bootlegging case, gath- •ed in the basement of the Kanaha County jail, destroyed itself mid loud pops and breaking glass. Eight quarts of potent home brew xploded, one after another. Large Lake Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho. Is one [ the largest freshwater bodies of •ater entirely within the United tales. The lake has a shoreline of ore than 500 miles and is 1100 eel deep in places. Friday Mrs. Henry Dodd Is hostess to .embers of the Vendredi Bridge Club. Stitch and Chatter Club has 7:30 .m. meeting with Mrs. Lester Reams f Oosnell as hostess Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times TUES., WED. & THURS. Double Feature 20lk C,»l«r,.r» Dance Club Meet* Twenty couples of members and guests from Blytheville, Wilson, and Osceola were present at The Hotel Noble Blue Room In Blythevllle Friday night for the monthly social event 6f the Luxora Dancing Club. Mr, and Mrs. Lester Stevens, Mr- and Mrs. Charles Howard, Mr. and Mrs. R. B- Langsdon, and Mr. and Mrs- W. C. Meadows of Armorel were hosts for the affair. A buffet was served at midnight intermission. Visitor Fettd Mrs- J. D. Hires of Memphis, who accompanied her grandson, Charlie Joe Kochenderfer, youngest amateur entrant In the King Cotton Golf Tourney at the Blytheville Country Club, spent the weekend here with her sister, Mrs. ( O. Howton. Slipping Straps, Sagging Slips Mar Grooming. By ALICIA HART NEA Beauty Editor How are your "lingerie x ners" lately? Do your shoulder ind slide constantly, straps slip making un- 8003 10-20 By Sue Burnett You see It every place, In class and out—the carefully tailored short-waist dress, that is young and pretty. Easily and quickly made with our clearly illustrated sew chart. Pattern No. 8003 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 10. 12. 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12, 31« yards of 45 inch. For this pattern, send 30c in OINS. your name, address, size de- red and the PATTERN NUMBER i Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 '. Quincy St.. Chicago 6, Ill- Basic FASHION for '53, Fall and 'inter, is a complete guide in plan- ing a practical, sew-simple ward- obe. Gift pattern printed inside he book. Send 25 cents today. — AND — Mrs. Hires was entertained at a luncheon Saturday at the home of Mrs. Sam Bowen, with Mrs. Howton. Mrs. Grover Driver, and Mrs- E. M. Bonds as guests. Personals Mrs. H. B. Thweatt of Chattanooga. Tenn. has been the house- gue-jt of her son, John Thweatt, and group was joined Sunday by Mrs. E. H. Lucas, Mr. Thweatt's sister, | of Galveston, Texas, for several, days. Mrs. W. A. Carter has had as her recent houseguests her son, Airman 3:0 Jack Bourland of Randolph Field, Texas, and Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur Bourland, Jr., and son of Hutchison, Kansas. Mrs. Ferman Rogers returned recently to make her home with her. mother, Mrs. Ruby Martin, while her husband, Navy Petty Olficer Rogers, is on sea duty. The Rogers have been making their some in San Diego. Calif, for the past year. Mrs. H. R. Nowlin of Booneville, Ark., is the houseguest of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Lynch, for the past several days. Philip, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elkins, is a patient in Le Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis. Miss Patricia Permenter, who has been hospitalized In the Memphis Baptist Memorial for the past week, is reported much improved. Mr. and Mrs- Sheldon Lending and sons of St. Louis arrived Sunday for a visit of several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs A Liverant. Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Thompson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs- S. C. Ingram and son, Mr and Mrs G A- George and sons, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Teaford, and Mrs. O. C Driver and children were Memphis Zoo visitors Sunday. Miss Dixie Howard returned home last week after a visit of several days with relatives in Caruthersville and St. Louis. Mo. Elaine and Patty McDaniel of Burdette are visiting their eister, Mrs. W. A- Ledhetter. wanted bracelets on pour upper arms? If this Is a habitual grooming fault of yours, much against your will don't despair — simply sew a loop inside each shoulder of your dress. Sew a snap fastener near the shoulder seam. Sew a tape at least a inch in from it and sew the other side of the snap fastener to the end of the tape. You can loop your shoulder straps within these little guards and just forget them. Do your knees show through a sheer dress? If so, something is certainly wrong with your slipl Make sure it's long enough the next time you buy one, especially if It's bias-cut. Try to buy a fabric that can't shrink if you can get one that's opaque. But, if it's rayon, press before it gets dry so that the original length and shape can be restored with the iron. Is there a jungle of lingerie straps showing through your sheer blouse? Don't invest again in one one of these blouses unless you can Pies, at one time, were a delicacy reserved by law for the aristocracy. cover your bra straps. No piece of bra should show In back so try the camisole slip and blouse together before you buy. Check the rear view! There are 100,000 sweat glands on. the soles of the feet. Coll 8233 PEACHES From Central Illinois ORCHARDS ... Buy now . . . they won't last long! BLYTHEVILLE CURB MARKET 120 E. Main Phone 8201 Spectacular performance! Stand-out gas saving! Far greater safety I Now. get a sensational Studebaker at a sensational low price! 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