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August 29, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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IAGB TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AUG. 29, 1988 £ocietu Fat Muiioi, Society Editor i Ph6D« 4461 Party Given' For P re-School Children A large group of children who will enter school at Dell next week and their mothers were entertained yesterday morning at a get-acquainted party sponsored by members.of the home economics classes and Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, instructor. Following introductions. Miss Ernestine French, a first grade teacher, took the children on a tour of the building to acquaint them with school facilities. She later entertained them in her homeroom, while Mrs. Ed Hardin, PTA president, reviewed the book, "Happy Journey," for the mothers. Later, the home economics students entertained the group on the playground. At the conclusion of the affair, refreshments were served in the school cafeteria in the same manner as lunch will be served to the children when they enter school. Girls assisting were Maurine Dobbs, Shirley Peterson. Patsy Buford, Gail Smith and Carmllita Hinch. Superintendent A. E. Caldwell was a guest for the morning. Sudbury PTA Meeting Is Held Yesterday marked the first meeting of the executive board of Sudbury Parent-Teachers Association, when Mrs. Harold Sudbury was hostess at her home. The first regular meeting Is to be held at School on Sept. 16. Mrs. G. L. Smythe, president, conducted » business cession, in which reports from each chairman were heard, and plans for the Halloween Carnival were read by Mrs. J. C. Edwards. Other members of the board Include Mrs. E. L. Francis, vice president; Mrs. W. J. Cupples, secretary; Mrs. Harold Sudbury, treasurer; Mrs. Milton Snow, historian. Committee chairmen Include Mrs. L. L. Bogss, program; Mrs. Vance Henderson, study course; Mrs. K. M. Larkm, membership; Mrs. Joe Adkfns, hospitality; Mrs. J. C. Edwards, finance; Mrs. Charles Oraham. welfare; Mrs. E. L. Fry, budget; Mi's W. Sommerville. and Mrs Roy Kirksey health and summer round-up; Mrs. J. L. Burns, magazine: Mrs. Kirksey, recreation; Mrs. Pry. safety; Miss Beatrice . HarRHt. reading and library; Mrs. Jack Marsh, room representative; Mrs. Gertrude Samson, lunchroom; Miss Mary Hubler, beautificntlon; and Mrs. John Edwards, publicity. Miss Winnie Vircil Turner was a guest at the meeting. Payne-Nosh Rites Are Solemnized Shower Is Given For Mrs. Jacks Mrs'. Maurice Sanders, Mrs. Raloh Wafler and Mrs. Louis Partridge entertained 25 guests at the Sanders home this week with a layette shower honoring Mrs. Ed Jacks. Upon her arrival, Mrs. Jacks was presented with a novelty corfiagi featuring a miniature doll. A gift table was centered with i stork, while other tables held sum mer flowers In pastel colors. Winners of the party games wen Mrs. Reese Wooten and Mrs. Elolsi Nicholson. A dessert course con eluded the parly. Miss Lelha Marie Nash became , the bride of James Royce Payne 'yesterday at New Liberty Bnp''".t ' Church, with the Rev. Orville Mc- Oulre officiating at the doubie ,...„ ceremony. Miss Nash Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nash and Mr. Payne Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Payne. A musical program was presented by Miss May Beryl Bevill, pianist. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, R. D. Nash, wore a fitted white suit of imported Irish linen, with accessories of navy bins. She carried a white Bible topped with purple orchids. Miss Shirley Bevill, who served as maid of honor, wore a blue nylon dress with white accessories, and pinned white carnations at her shoulder. Serving as ushers were Don and Jon Payne. Iwin brothers of the bridegroom, who also lighted tapers. Pfc. Jimmy Nash of Fort Bragg, N. C., brother of the bride, served as best man. For her daughters marriage, Mrs. Nash wore ft dress of black and white sheer and Mrs. Payne wore a sheer dress of orchid and white. They were presented with carnation corsages. After the couple greeted guests in the church foyer, they left for a brief wedding trip, after which they will make their home In Michigan. Out-of-town guests included Mrs Steve Burlon of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and daughters, Blllie and Janet, of Paragould, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prances of Parrno. Mo., and Mrs. Clinton Daniels of Montengle, Tenn. Mrs. Cupples Is Hostess to Club Mrs. W. J. Cupples entertained Thursday evening at the Rnzorback Drive-in for members of the TLE Bridge Club. Mrs. Otto Scrape won the top honors In bridge games, with second stUkjto Mrs. w. E.,Cherry, and br'ldgo^o Mrs ,J. F. Scrape. A salad course with iced drinks was served to conclude the parly. Handy Kitchen Aides •8863 34-41 8898 By Sue Burnett Need to replenish your apron wardrobe? Then you'll like theee popular cobbler aprons in colorful, tubbable cottons. Pattern No. 8898 is a sew-rlte perforated pattern In sizes 12, H, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14. 2?i yards of 39-inch; yoke and pocket, 1 yard. Pattern No. 8863 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 34, 36, 38. 40, 42, 44 46, 48.. Size 30, 2'i yards of 39-inch; ectaps for pockets. Two separate patterns. For these patterns, send 30c for BACH, in COINS, your name, address sizes desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy St., Chicago 6, Ill- Basic FASHION for '53, Pall «nd Winter, is « complete guide in planning & practical, Bew-simple wardrobe. Gift pattern printed inside the book. Send 25 cents today. Vendredi Club Is Entertained Mrs. Hank Docld entertained last, evening at her home for members of the Vendredi Bridge Club, when an extra guest wtifi Mrs. Mary Lynn Nicholson. Winners of the bridge games were Mrs. Mnx Walters, high score, Mrs. Clyde Patton, second high, and Mrs. Nicholson, bridgo. A dessert coiirne was served following the games. Asters formed bouquets placed nt, Intervals throughout the room. Company Given Barbecue Dinner Employees of the Blythfivflle Pro- iiB Company and their families were entertained by the company with H barbecue dinner held on the lawn of the company office at 6 ;>.m. Thursday. Approximately 50 attended the gathering, and entertainment followed the dinner. Birthday Party Given in Home Charles Lynn Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Elliott celebrated his twelfth birthday with a party at his parent! home, when 18 guests attended. Special guests for the party, given Thursday, were his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Shook and Miss Emma Shook and Logan H Kline. Following nn afternoon of yard games, cake and Ice cream were served. Class Meeting Conducted in Home Mrs. John Holmes was hostess at her home last night to members 'of the Olennor'i Clasn of Calvary Baptist Church, when nine members and one guest, Mrs. Royal Sanders, attended. Mrs. Clarence Sweat opened the meeting with prayer, after which the president, Mrs. Daisy flelle Short, presided over a business session. The devotional by Mrs. James Rambo was followed with prayer. In the Informal social hour, the hostess served refreshments. LET US GO INTO THE i HOUSE OF THE LORD Psalm 1 You Will Find Gladiuit of Hiart In R«gulor Warihip In Thii Fritndly, Chriit-Cinrired Church. j*s_j-»_»-»_^v^^—N, N n*v^^_ii- -*.^-^j*«^^_—^- -.. ~_ -s-—^. AN HOUR WITH GOD MAKES YOUR HEART GLAD 9:40 A.M.—Sunday School 10:55 A.M.—Morning Worship, broadcast KLCN Sermon : 7:00 P.M.—Baptist Training Union 8:00 P.M.—Evening Worship. Sermons Bring Your Entire Family Each Lord's Day (Three well-equipped Nurseries for prc-school age Children) FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 8th & Walnut Blytheville, Ark. Rev. E. C. Brown, Pastor IN OUR AIR CONDITIONED SANCTUARY Condition of Mrs. J. J. Moore, Sr., of Number Nine, who underwent turgcry Friday in Memphis Baptist Hospital is reported satisfactory. She is In Room 355. Mrs. E. M. Eaton, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp and children, Monya Dccnya and. Norbert, have returned from a six-week's vacation trip through Pontiac. Mich.. North Buy, Kilns, Southern Canada, Niagara Falls, Gettysburg, N. Y., and Washington. D. C. They returned IhroUKh Jackson, Tenn., where they were joined by Alice Brooks who is | to spend the week end here. Wilbur Wahl wns In Memphis' ve.sterday to be with his brother, I Pred Wahl. in Ward Bl, Kennedy! General Hospital. He accompanied Mrs. Fred Wahl, and Mr. and Mrs. I Roy Lee Kirksey. Pfc. Jimmy D. Nash of Fort Bragg. N. C.. will leave today after spending a two-day visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nash. He came especially for the wedding of his sister, Miss Letha Marie Nash, to James Royce Payne. Edward Wimberly has returned from California where he has been for the past several weeks visiting relatives. Miss Allene Wimberly was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wimberly, last night. She had as her guest Jim Edler of Memphis. Miss Wimberly attends Southwestern University. Mrs A. Conway has gone to Memphis where she is at Campbell's | Clinic with Mr. Conway, a patient there. BACK AGAIN —Shades of Ann e 11 e Kellerman! The "tank suit" worn by this pioneer in the fight for skimpier beachware for women shows up among the 1953 bathing suit fashions. Tailored of featherweight wool knit, this version by Carolyn Schnurer Is all line and sleek fit. In charcoal gray, It has ribbed high-cut, formfitting legs, scoops to a deep "U" in both front and back.. (NBA Photo) At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed; . Mrs. R. Meyers and baby, City Mrs. Wilma Elder and baby, City Mrs. Cleo Reed and baby, City Leaves and outer stalks of celery are higher In vitamin A and vitamin C than the inner stalks and "hearts." Sir Henry Irving was the first English actor to be offered a knighthood. Refusing the honor in 1883, he accepted 12 years later. Coming Events Monday "Summertime Punesta" at the First Baptist Church for Young People begins at 7:30 p.m- Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church has weekly meeting. Business Women's Circle Eight of First Baptist Church has meeting with Dr. Edna Nles. Tuesday Tri-Town Club has meeting with Mrs. Worth Holder. Ladies Auxiliary of NA LC has 7:30 p.m. meeting with Mrs. Ira Lambert, Jr., at 209 Holland Street. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club. Wednesday C and Q Club has meeting with Mrs. Tom Bosmeyer. Mrs- Otto Scrape is hostess to members of Club Eight. Thursday TLE Club has meeting at the Razorback with Mrs. Gilbert Smythe. Mrs. N. G. Jerome is hostess to La Nueve Club. Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble. AussJes Lead Rainmakers BRISBANE l.fl — Australia now Ier.:'s most countries of the world in ruinmaking research, says Dr. Edward G. Bowen, 42-year-old rainmaking exncrt of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO). Dr. Bowen leads a team of 20 scientists that has made rain fall nearly 200 times. He said to a reporter in Brisbane: "There is no doubt that we can make rajn foil from clouus where we want it. The problem now is to make it fall over a lair,e area at an economic cost. We hope to solve that within the next decade." Homing Baby PRESTON, Minn. Hi — Mary Schaefer, 2>/ z , has homing Instincts. When she disappeared from her farm home, searchers located her at the place her family had moved irom two weeks earlier. She had walked 2'/2 miles. First Roman known to have shaved every day was the younger Scipio. OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT 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 REGUL SHOW DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM V'C.TOR MATURE TERRY MOORE WILLIAM BENDIX ~W MILLER • PATRICE WYMORE ^ JOH'NTWIST A JAMES R. WEBBI- FEUX'FEISI CARTOON! HONEY HARVESTER OWL SHOW Tfie FAT MAN .i«.i.i I. SCOTT SMART Sod-a, Ongmol f ot Men -FREE- BVERYONE WHO IS IN THE DRIVE-IN for (he Regular Show is invited to stay for the OWL SHOW FREE OF CHARGE! Korea Gets Soap MANILA W) — The Philippines government is sending 50,000 cakes of laundry soap to Korea for use of the U. N. Command in assisting civilians. re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature r.'.ti DOflfIA REED • CiMd« JMMO. l(. • frin . i XOT1 6SOYI1I PROJUniW • ?iah»i b) W?S1 Xt BSHWK WfiltM tnd D:r«tal i/ ROY MUGGINS — AND — E STRANGE CASE Of OUTCA MEN...and a White Woman! ARLEN DEVINE SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING JHE SCREEN'S MOST UNUSUAL STORY Of GUILTY LOVE HOWARD HUGHES prtitn' ROBERT MITCHUM- JEAN SIMMONS. |; NONA FREEld'-t&r MARSHALL (JMEMARBARA I'NEIL ftodutfd ind Qituttd ty x OTTO MEMINGtft *«httr» u /. *•*. PLUS TWO CARTOONS SERIAL: Jungle Drums No. 9 & CARTOON Arm* Smugghrt Move To Hong Kong SINGAPORE (/P) — The Sunday Standard, in an article, calls Hong Kong the new headquarters for arms smugglers operating In Southeast Asia. The smugglers shifted there from Singapore to be nearer the markets — Vietminh forces fighting 'the French in Indochina and the Nationalist guerillas resisting in Yunnan province—the paper said. The paper said after .the war large quantities of American arms were left behind in the Philippines and in numerous islands all over the South Pacific. Hostilities in Indonesia and Burma and unrest in Thailand created a constant demand for arms, and Singapore, being nearest to these countries, acted as the smugglers' former headquarters. Wild West Hero in K.C. KANSAS CITY (ffi — Police figure this fellow may have seen one Western too many. He entered a Kansas City tavern, rapped two astonished patrons over the head with a pistol butt, fired a few shots into the ceiling, and calmly stalked out. Bicycle Pilgrimage JERUSALEM Wl — Ten Indian! arrived in the Arab Old City-Section of Jerusalem on bicycles on their holy pilgrimage to Mecca, cradle of Islam, according to ths Arab Old City daily "A-Diffa". One of the group is 65. It's the first time in history that the pilgrimage, called "Haj", has been made by bicycle, the, paper remarks. Rhakled Cattle When driving herds of cattle through the dangerous tsetse fly belt of northern Rhodesia, African ranchers sometimes protect each animal with a close-fitting suit ot khaki, smearing its only exposed parts with wagon grease. Parts and Supplies for ' All Cars, Trucks and Tractors WH 6 j, £ S A L E HI North Broidwaj Pkani 4511 and 4512 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Kit? & Koif Program Announcements 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvue. SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature and — • llh GJi! Onit • RKMlS Clint • Ro6«t lr,L-ptafl and SMMT HJfi!i£nE • Story «na SclMn FUy b, NOSY-IN 5 HALl • Plojjcp] tr MU.1D SCKAEfIS • Direct*! tr HORtt AROWNW* ACtKEWmPHOOUCTlaC Serial: Lost Planet No. 10 & Cartoon: Winner By Hare SUNDAY & MONDAY SUN & MON Double Feature That "Bad and Beautiful" girl in a de luxe musical of romantic Rio! 4» Mm URECR GAYNOR WAYNE ' fcfc. (HQl'l DE HAVEN It's M-G-M's _Gay, Racy TECHNICOLOR Musical Romance! 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