The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 26, 1953
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPT. 2«, 19S3 Pat MulMus, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Miss Ruth Ashby Is Betrothed to California Man Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ashby of Torrance, Calif., and formerly of Blytheville, are today announcing the engagement of llieir daughter, Miss Ruth Elleanor Ashby to Jimmy Branam. (he son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Branam of Redoncio Beach, Calif. The wedding ceremony is to be solemnized next Saturday at the First Baptist church of Torrance at two o'clock in the afternoon. A reception for the family and close friends is to follow the rites, and Is to be held in the church dining room. . Serving Miss Ashby as matron ol honor and only feminine attendant will be her sister, Mrs. Roberta. Ann Gann. Pete Branam will serve his brother as best man. Miss Ashby attended Blytheville High School, while her family re-^. sided here and was a member of the Choir. She is now a student at Torrance. The bride-elect is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ashby. Mr. and Mrs. i I. E. Dickson. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Burks and a granddaughter of Mrs. Ida Burks, all of Blytheville. Mission Study To Be Held at Methodist Church A four-day mission study on "Life and Tasks of the Church around the World" will begin at the First Methodist Church here at 7 p.m. Monday. The study sessions will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday in the church Fellowship Hall. The study will be led by Miss Mildred Osmenfc of Jonesboro, secretary of missionary education for the Women's Society of the North Arkansas Conference. ENGAGED — Miss Ruth Elleanor Ashby of Torrance, Calif., and formerly of Blylhcville is the bride-elect of Jimmie Branam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Huel Branam of Rcdondo Beach, Calif., it is being made known today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ashby of Torrance. Next Saturday is the day chosen by the couple for their wedding, which will be performed at the First Baptist Church. I Bits of News // D t ilu / erAvnat Lange PTA Conducts First Meeting of 1953-54 Year Mrs. Mary Droke, who was elect- and Mrs. J. McDowell. Representatives from Methodist cd to serve as president of the Lange Parent-Teachers Association, conducted the first general meeting of the school year at the school Wednesday afternoon. Other officers serving with her j are Mrs. N. G. Jerome, vice presi- i dent; Mrs. J. C. Roach, secretary; i and Mrs. John Holland, treasurer. Chairmen elected for the 1953-54 year are Mrs. Walter Day, program, Mrs. J. Carter and Mrs. Pete Burnham, membership; Mrs. Robert Wnrie, spiritual life; Mrs. Farris McCalla, Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Mrs. Glenn Ladd, budget and finance; Mrs. H. H. Mnthis, publicity; Mrs. Forrest Moore, magazine; Mrs. churches in Luxora, Wilson, Oscc ola, Joiner, Dell, Manila and Monette will'aUenrt. The study Is being sponsored by the WSCS and Wesleyan Service Guild here. _ | Richard Osborne, health; Mrs. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Ronny Kuykerdall, City Mrs. Frank Hall. City Mrs. A. Williams, City Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission Me *& 39c At All Times FRI & SAT Double Feature NffiTKY MALONE-PfttSfDNrOSTEX-ALUNICOL ****, HUTHHANfTBN • A UaMMl-hile.iuiwl faun — AND — Serial: "Return of Capi. Marvel" No. 1 & Cartoon: "Mechanical Bird" Harry Bradley, .study course; Miss Alice Mnrie Ross, safety; Mrs. Jane Miller, parHnmontnrifin; and Miss Elizabeth Halstcad, Mrs. S. E. Tune, Mrs. Don Smith. Mrs. T. R, Colemnn and Mrs. J nines Roy, playground. A committee was appointed by the president, for the float to txj entered by I.nnge School in the National Cotton Picking Con tost Parade. Included were Mrs.' M. J. Cundvn, Mrs. J. Kcllctt. Mrs. Orlle Parker. Mrs. Cecil Fowler, Mrs. Ralph Brownlee, Mrs. W. O. Boonc Ninety-two members attended the meeting;. Mrs. Wade, spiritual life chairman, presented the devotional, and Mrs. Day gave Hie president's message. New members and new teachers I were introduced. In other business, plans were made to buy some new playground equipment. * Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the sixth grade mothers. Shelby Jean Robertson of Little Rock has returned to her home after spending three weeks here with her aunt, Mrs. Sara Mosley ,and other relatives. Miss Gwendolyn Rhoads, who is a student at Draughon Business School in Memphis, is spending the week end here with her parents, i Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rhoads. Mr- and Mrs. Robert A. Warren announce the birth of their second son yesterday at the Walls Hospital. They have a son, Bobby, who ' s five years old. Mrs, Warren IB the former Miss Gladys McCarter of Corinth, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Cross of Fort Smith have arrived here to be weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cross and other relatives, j Ernestine Holt, who attends. Miller-Hawkins Business School in Memphis, has arrived home for the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holt. Worth Holder Is Guest Speaker At Blytheville Woman's Club Worth Holder was guest speaker yesterday afternoon at a meeting nf Blytheville Woman's Club, when members met at the club. "What Has Been Done and What Can Be Done for the Youth of Blytheville," was the subject chosen by Mr. Holder. Mr. Holder urged more properly organized recreation for teenage children, and suggested a youth center be erected. He also commended the work of Girl and Boy Scout Troops and the Little League Baseball Clubs. To complete his talk, Mr. Holder read the "Bridge Builders." Reports of Girls' State and the Egyptian Music Camp at De Quoin, III., were given by Nancy Harnby, Kelley Jones, James Bufflngton, Max Anderson, and Jerry Strickland. Mrs. J. L. Nabers, Mrs. J. C. Lowe. Mrs. R. N. Payne, Mrs. J. M. Wall, Mrs. E. E. Blaylock, Mrs. W. P. Pryor, Mrs. F. E. Blomeyer, Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and Mrs. A. S. Harrison were hostesses yesterday. Mrs. Harrison presided at the tea table, which held a center arrangement of pastel colored snapdragons on the lace cloth and green tapers burning In crystal candelabra. Pitch Club Meets Mrs. Spencer Driver was hostess , , , , . to Itcr three-table pitcli club Wed- Mrs. Gerald Edwards of Norfork. | nesdayt Arrangements of roses and Va., is here to spend two weeks as; ro( , m(es were p!acet ] around the Pie Rucsl or her mother, Mrs- L. E. | n vm {r room. A dessert course pre- Higelns, and other relatives. She j ceded the pitch Raines. formerly lived here. Mrs. V. C. Colbert was A guest Mrs. Earl Koontz returned to Ely- and was presented a gilt by the thcvllic Thursday from Chicago, j hostess. Mrs. George Doyle _won 111., after spending several days on (high score and Mrs. J. A. business. Miss Joy Parrish of Memphis has arrived to spend the week end with Misses Elnora and Margie Beard/ won low. Canasta Club Meets with the club. The hostess served a dessert course. Mrs. R. D. Mears and Mrs, Palmer Stanton were high score winners dm'ing the afternoon. M.'s. Laney Entertains Mrs. Oavid Laney was nostess to the Town and Country Canasta Club at her home Thursday with a luncheon. Seated at the dining ta| ble with the members was Mrs. | Jack Uzzelle. Centering the table was an ar- Layette Shower Given In Home Mrs. Joe Childers was complimented with a layette shower given by Mrs. Floyd Balentlne at her home Wednesday evening. In the party games conducted, prizes were awarded, to Mrs. Margaret Mabry, Mrs. Marvin Wicker, and Miss Zeleuda Freeman. A novelty gift corsage was presented to the honoree. Gifts were displayed and to conclude the evening the hostess served refreshments. • She was assisted by Miss Irene Davis. Mrs. H. B. Phillips was hostess rangement of red lilies and autumn to her canasta club Thursday af- Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Burke of Ok- } ternoon. A dessert course was lahoma City are here to visit her served. An atmosphere of early fall father, J. P. Allison and other rehi- 'prevailed with the hostess using tives. Frank Harshman and T. H. Caraway me among Biythevllle people in Little Hock today to see the Arkansas-Oklahoma A. and M. football game. Mrs. Green Has Party for Glub Mrs. Ted Green was hostess at her home last evening for a party entertaining members and guests of the Friday Stitch and chatter Club. Guests Included Mrs. Elmer Crawford, and Mrs. Gracie Arwood. Mrs. Thomas Don-is, Mrs. Maurice Osmond and Mrs. Car! were awarded prizes In the party games conducted. Mrs. Green served a dessert course following the games, and used greenery to provide decoration. Surprise Birthday Party Is Given A surprise birthday dinner was given last night for Mrs. C. S. Birmingham nt her home, when Mr. Birmingham, and their family, Robert Birmingham and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Birmingham, were hosts. Among the 24 guests invited for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith and daughter, Pauline of Jackson, Term. The hosts used a lace cloth to overlay the dining table, and the large decorated birthday cake as center of attraction. Aluminum is darkened by strong alkalies such as lye. washing soda and potash. It is best to use only mild soap and water on this metal. fruit arrangements in her dining room. Fall flowers were used to decorate the' living room. Mrs. E. M. Radcliff was a guest. Mrs. Herbert Hobbs won high score and Mrs. E. it. Taliaferro won second. Bridge Club Meets Mrs. R. C. Bryan was hostess to the four-table bridge club Thursday afternoon at her borne. She ushered her guests into the dining room, where she served peach par- fails from a lace covered table. Rainbow colors of roses in a silver bowl centered the table. Pol- lowing the desert course, the club and two guests, Mrs. Joe Cromer leaves. Arrangements of the lilies were placed around the card room. Mrs. Guy Driver won high score and Mrs. Frank Williams won second. Personals Mrs. Bruce Ivy. president of the Osceola Progressive Garden Club and the club's delegates, Mrs. Jesse Cramer and Mrs. F. O. Gwynn, drove to North Little Rock Friday to attend the fall board meeting of the Arkansas Garden Clubs, which] was held in the First Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Elizabeth Ann Ivy, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Colcman and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godley were to be among psceolans attending the Arkansas- Oklahoma A and M football game in Little Rock today. The Ivys will Coming Events Sunday Concert is to be given at High School auditorium,, featuring the Marked Tree Girls Ensemble directed by G. L. (Pop) Hodge and the Blytheville High School Swing land, directed by Robert Lipscomb. The 3 p. m. benefit concert Is sponsored by Temple Israel Sisterhood. Monday Circles of Woman s Missionary Union of Trinity Baptist Church meet at 2:30 p.m. as follows: Circle One with Mrs. H. H. Burnett and Circle Two with Mrs. Willie Kenwright. Circles of Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church meet at 2:30 p.m. as follows: Circle One with Mrs. J. W. Rayder, 1101 Holly; Circle Two with Mrs. W. W. Mitchell, 1320 Chickasawba; Circle Three with Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, 1101 Hearn; Circle Four with Mrs. W. M. LaFerney. Clear Lake Road; Circle Five with Mrs. Alvin Hardy, 1517 West Walnut; Circle Six with Mrs. C. S. Lemons, 1201 North Sixth; and Circle Seven with Mrs. William Berryman, 105 East Cherry. iRatie Hatton Young Woman's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church meets with Miss Lounell Overman and Mrs. A. W. Bowen, played j be overnight guests of their son, bridge in the living room and den. Bruce Ivy, Jr., and family, return- Orchid gladioli in an antique ing Sunday. green bottle and nasturtiums in | crystal bowls were placed on small tables about the rooms. Mrs. Bettye Nelle Starr won high club prize, Mrs. W. C. Mason, second high, Mrs. Spencer Driver, bridgo and hose were presented to Mrs. Cromcr. Mrs. Morgan Hostess Mrs. Ray Morgan was hostess to her canasta Club Thursday at her home. Mrs. T. Lyttle played Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. (or Klti It ROIJ Program Announcement. 1 ! tl a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Staivne. SATURDAY ONLY f'rrv EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS ' AN MDIRE SHE-DEVIL' by SOL LESSER SUNDAY & MONDAY SUN & MON Double Feature ——CH«n(iHWT""i. -WARNER BROS.' — AND — A CtXUMU flCTWI CHAHLOTtl AUSTIN-WIKUR HAM Mntta bf ILUt (BWMW ** llCMWD OfM PIMM* ti JQW 1«. frrniH ki >:cHdm «w METRO NEWS LANCASTER that love-lovin Leatherneckin 'Sergeant Muscles' VIRGINIA AYO his shinvsham-shimmyin' 'Ginger Snap' WARNER BROS: ROUSIN: CAROUSIN' ADVENTURE! CHUCK CONNORS'EDWINBLUM'ARfHURLUBIN Paramount Ntwi & Cartoon—"H*ir Btar" S P SUNDAY DINNER APPETIZER: Chicken Soup with Rice or Chilled Tomato Juice CHOICE OF ONE MEAT: Prime Rib of Beef Chicken & Dumplings Sliced Pit Barbecue CHOICE OF TWO VEGETABLES Buttered Asparagus Cream Style Corn Candied Yams FRUIT COCKTAIL SALAD DESSERT: Blackberry Cobbler Charcoal Broiled Steaks You Con Tell the Difference BEST BUY IN TOWN: Our Extra Special U.S. Choice Club Steaks $1 NEW HOURS 11:00 a.m. 'til 1:00 a.m. RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN ' A good dust cloth can be made if a square of half-yard cheesecloth is soaked in the following solution. Add one tablespoon of linseed oil, one of kerosene, and one of turpentine, to a quart of boiling wr.ter. When the mixture cools, plunge the cheesecloth into it, wring it out and let it dry. This will increase its ability to pick up dust. RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop il)8 Cl. Lake Ave. Pho. 6981 »t 7:15 p.m. Dolly Heltt Young Woraan'i Auxiliary of Ftrsl Baptist Church meets at 1 p.m. with Miss Curol Ann' Holt. Christian Women's Fellowship of first Christian Church hut executive board meeting at the church at 1:90 p.m., followed by general business meeting at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. R. L. Dedman is hostess. Number Nine Home Demonstration Club has meeting, All Circles of Calvary Baptist Church meet Jointly at th« church for business meeting. Tuesday Country Club Duplicate Bridgg League has meeting. REMINGTON RAND Printing Calculators Reg. $525 Limited Time $415 CALL CHARLEY WHITE Representative Memphis 17-0211 GOOD USED FURNITURE We are DOW using Che second HOOT of our store exclusively 'or uied furniture. We feel by doing; thll we can serve our customers tetter IB three ways 1. We can si« you more for roni used furniture on new. t. If you want to buy good nwo furniture we will have It. 3. If you want to iell used fur* olturt we will buy it. In any ot the three cases we would like the opportunity of tiffuring with you. .Through our liberal allowanc* foi used furniture on new we have Accumulated the largest stock of Died furniture ID our history We Pay Cash For Used Furniture I We Invite you to visit our mefl furniture department on thi lecond Alvin Hardy FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main Fh 230 OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS 7:00 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINEI ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS SATURDAY ONLY CARTOON "HOUSE BUSTERS" SUNDAY & MONDAY FIRST BLYTHEVILLE SHOWING MARY JO TAROLA . MONICA LEWIS • JME DARNELL ^, ir .ri h. RORFRT SPARKS • Kmttt by ROY ROWIANH • <;inrv ,nd v-nnl», U RICHARD FIOURNOY PLUS TWO COLOR CARTOONS

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