The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1954 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 11, 1954
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»AGIK)Uft BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jin. Nathan Wade, Society Editor Society News G/vipfv Rrlitnr I Phone 3-4461 Looney-Malloy Marriage Rites Held in Manila Parties Honor Bride-Elect Annette Whistle This Week Continuing a series of pre-nup-jvet accessories, was given a cor- tial parties planned for Miss An-j sage of white carnations and pinlc nette Whistle, the bride-elect of i sweetpeas. She received a gift of Dr. David Sloas, a dessert bridge j linen. Her mother was presented party was given yesterday and a j a corsage of white flowers. MA VET.*—Mr. and Mrs. T. C. An- j dessert bridge and canasta wasj Bridge winners were Mrs. drcws of Arbyrd, Mo., announce! given Wednesday. Several other tfce marriage of their daughter, Miss ' ""' '" **-"-- '"— Marilyn Malloy, to Bobby Looney. ion of Mrs. Walter Looney of Leachville. The ceremony was performed Sunday at the First Baptist Church of Manila with the Rev. Harold events honored her in Dallas, Tex. Charles Kelley score and Mrs. of Steele, John Parks, high also Hostesses for yesterday's party | of Steele, second high. Canasta were Mrs. R. C. Langston, Mrs. j winners were Mrs. Jerry Morgan, White officiating exchange of vows- at the 3 p.m. Leonard Ellison and Mrs. Elliott Sartain at the Langston home in Luxora. Five tables of players and six high score, and Miss Virginia Wilson, second high. Out-of-town guests were Miss Mary Michie of Steele. Miss Wade Mildred Johnston presented a program of music. Tapers lighting the altar arrangements were lighted by Miss Dorothy Roach and Miss Linda Wall, who were gowned in white organdie. Miss Vivian McCullough served as maid of honor, Miss Donna Sue Keith of Leachville was bridesmaid and flower girls were Elizabeth Ellen Towles and Jane Ellen Looney of Senath, Mo. The bride, wore a wedding gown of white slipper satin, Chant-illy lace and nylon net. The closely fitted bodice with long fitted sleeves Bud vases of varicolored sweet- McHenry of Luxora, Mrs. Fred L. jpeas centered the card tables and!Kelly of Memphis, Mrs. Charles Kelly and Mrs. John Parks of Mrs. James Pelts, organist .and other spring flowers were placed at vantage points. Miss Whistle, who wore a trousseau frock of pink and white, with pink accessories, was presented a lavendar orchid and a gift of silver. Among those attending were the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. C. H. Whistle, and Dr. Sloas' mother. Mrs. Robert E. Sloas, of M&rston, Mo. Miss Whistle was also honored Wednesday night at a dessert bridge and canasta party, given by Mrs. E. W. Noland and her daughters, Miss Charlene Arm- was topped by layers of the net. j strong and Mrs. John Miles Mil- Her veil of illusion fell from a cap of lace and she. carried a white Bible topped by an orchid arrangement. Harold Wall served as best man and ushers were Bud Wortham and Walter DavisFollowing: the ceremony, a reception was held in the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Walter Davis- The couple left later in the evening for a wedding trip to Hot Spring*, after which they are making their home in Leachville, where the bridegroom is engaged in farming. The bride taught school at Manila, for the past two years. Osceola News BT MTTYI STAKE Bil Club Mteto Eli**' home was ler. They were assisted by Mrs. Bill Kerner and Mrs. James Tidwell. Slippers provided the theme with pink and white as the color scheme. Sweetpeas and baby breath were used ->s centerpieces for the small tables, and pink and white carnations and snapdragons provided other decorations, Miss Whistle, who wore a red and white polished cotton frock with red velvet trim and red vel- the setting Monday night for the Oe- ceola-Luxora Bridge Club and three extra tables of guests which included Mrs- Auten Chitwood, Mrs. Maurine Aston, Mrs. Jack S&rtain, Mrs- ftnmet Dunn, Mrs. Bill Thomas. Mr. P. D. Johnson, Mrs. Max Hart, Mr*. Wlrt Steed, Mrs. E. B. Langdon, Mrs. Louis George and Mrs- C. W. Pugh- A deseert plate was served and at each place a white carnation corsage was placed. Throughout the house, arrangement of brilliant summer flowers were placed on tables. Centering the coffee table was a long arrangement of bells of Ireland and lernon Ittlie*. In the game of bridge that followed refreshments, Mrs. Chit•wood won high score. Mrs. Aston, second, and Mrs. Chester Danehow- «r. low. Canapes and iced drinks were served during tfce course of the; evening . Mrs. Chitwod MosteM Mrs. Auten Chitwood entertained her bridge club Wednesday night. Mrs. Chitwood asked Mrs. Bobby Dyess and Mrs- Chris Thompkins to join the members- A dessert course was served. Personals Mose Slirnan and his grandson. Bill Eias. Jr.. were in Little Rock during the week where Mr. Sliman went to attend business. Mrs. Joe Cuilom, Jr., drove to Nashville to return her daughter, Miss Joanne Cuilom. home from Vanderbilt where she attended her sophomore year. Miss Cullorn will resume her college work at Vanderbilt in the fall. Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Lowrance drove to Columbia, Mo. ,to return their son. Collie Lo-vrance, home. Collie is a student at Columbia. Mrs. J. T. Neal and Miss Vickie McNatt of Atlanta, Ga., are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mason and family. Miss Shirley Cone was a Memphis visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Jasper Tomasson has been dismissed from the Osceola Memorial Hospital and is now recuperating at the country home west of Osceola- Miss Llewelyn White, student at Holton-Arm. Washington. D. C., returned with her room-mate. Miss •Mary Evans, to her home in Chattanooga. While there, Miss White attended graduation exercises ot Baylor College and the formal ball at McCallie Military Academy. From Chattanooga, she went to Charlotte, N- C.. and is visiting her aunt, Mrs. George Snyder and daughter, Miss Jane Adams. One of the highlights of the visit will be the' debutante ball at the Charlotte Country Club. She ptons to return home late thsii month. Ted Woods was a Little Rock Baptist Class Meeting Is Held Members of the Mary Martha Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. C. S. Baggett with Mrs. J. M. Cleveland as co-hostess. Following a potluck supper. Mrs. R. E- Blaylock presided over a meeting in which the dvotional was given by Mrs. W. L. Ferguson and prayers were offered by Mrs. Marion Williams, Mrs. L. I- Rice, Mrs. Dula Morris and Mrs. Jeff Hester. At the Hospitals Biythevilic Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Richard Rayder and baby, city Cfcickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. D. J. McLeod and baby, city Eddie Jo Whittle, city Patricia Webb, city Shirley Webb, city Lawrence Lane, city Mrs. Harry A. Haines and baby, city Prank Rodgers, city Mrs. Music Ganno Powell, city Mias Mildred Rhoades, city- Walls Hospital Dismissed: Calvin Pritidy, city Mrs. Anna Mae Perment«r, city Coming Events Frid»y Past Matrons and Patrons Club has 7 p.m. meeting at Masonic Hall for covered dish dinner and business session. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Kyle are^ hosts and hostesses. visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Bill Elias and dauhgter. Miss Sylvia Elias, and Mrs. Mose Sliman shopped in Memphis Wednesday. Maj. and Mrs. J. K. Stewart and three children of Mobile, Ala., are visiting Mrs, Lydia Jones and relatives in Blytheville. Mrs. Van Sanders and son. Steve of Memphis are visiting in the Hobson Dawes home. Overweight? SWEETENS INSTANTLY WITHOUT CALORIES! HAS NO FOOD VALUE Guaranteed NON-FATTENING Use FASWEET in Drinks, Cereals, Fruits and Cooking ONE BOTTLE SWEETENS 500 GLASSES ICED TEA! Get it ot your Grocer's NORTH STAR North Highway 61 SUPPER CLUI Blythtville Summertime Special COLD ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF $1.50 • BROILED STEAKS • PAN FRIED CHICKEN (Hot Bwcutifi-Milk Gravy) • FRENCH FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP 0 BROILED LOBSTER TAILS • PAN BROILED PORK CHOPS Salad, Potato** ft Beverages Served With All Dinners Mrt. H. H. Wtkott, M«r. — Dancing Nightly Steele. While in Dallas, Tex., where she was graduated this month from Southern Methodist University, Miss Whistle was honored at three events there. A brunch was given by Miss Gretchen Lambertz at her home. A spring theme of colonial bouquets and a maypole provided table decorations, which were pink and white. She was given a gift of silver. The Mobile Room of the Belmont Hotel was the scene of a party given by Miss Mary Frances Traylor, Miss Katsy Eggers and Miss Nancy Frantz. The T-shaped tables held a large bouquet of gardenias and Esther Reed daisies with smaller clusters of gardenias along a long satin ribbon down the leg of the T. She was presented a gift of silver. All brides-elect who were members of the Delta Gamma social sorority were honored at a surprise shower at which she received silver. Billy Lutes To Be Presented In Piano Recital Fowlston School of Music will present Billy Louis Lutes of Burdette in a piano recital at the ! Fowlston Studio, 815 Chickasawba, | Monday evening at eight o'clock. i H:s program will include num- ! bers by John Sebastian Bach, Lud- iwig von Beethoven, Fredrick Cho- j pin, George Gershwin, and Edvard j Greig, and will be concluded with ! "Tea for Two," which he has ar- i ranged, and a boogie number, which he composed. He served this year as president and valedictorian of his class, and has recently been awarded a four- year music scholarship to the University of Arkansas. A music student for six years, he has studied with Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston for the past five years. This year he won his High School Diploma awarded by the National Piano Guild to advanced piano students, in addition to other honors for his music. He plans to enter college in the fall where, he will major in music in preparation for going into the field professionally. Gosnell HD Club Conducts Meeting Members of the Gosnell Home Demonstration Club held an all-day meetinng this week at the Baptist Church kitchen. Three guests attending the meeting were Mrs. Leslie Moore, Mrs. Jim fields, and Mrs. Jess Hyde. Mrs. Lee Hill and Mrs. Charles Stromeyer. with the president, Mrs. L, C. Davis, gave a demonstration on mixes for bread and pastries. Mrs. Guy Gean and Mrs. Stromeyer gave the eye opener. Mrs. Gertrude Holiman gave a talk on food and diet. A potluck lunch was served at noon. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRL, & SAT. Double Feature A* IKO lodio r*-rtl«ot* —AND— P2A1I Serial "Jungle Raiders" No 11 Cartoon "Father's Weekend" SUN., & MON. Double Feature LORETTA YOUNG WILLIAM HOLDEN IOBEIT MITCHUft -AND— ftmitiCMNVIUf MUnJONES Metro New* Thursday Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. p. E. Scott was hostess to the Thursday Bridge Club at her home in Hardin Street yesterday afternoon. The tables, where the guests were seated, were centered with early summer flowers. Four guests "attending were Mrs. Paul Jobe. Mrs. Robert McGraw, Mrs. Ernest Roe and Mrs. L. E. Baker of Kennett, Mo. High score was won by Mi's. H. R. Schmuck and bridgo by Mrs. George Hamilton. A dessert course was served by the hostess. Bridal Party Is Honored At Manila MANILA — Mr. and Mrs. Harold! Wall and Mr. and Mrs. Milton' Towles entertained the wedding i party of Miss Marilyn Malloy, the! bride-elect of Bobby Looney ofj Leachville, Saturday night at the Towles' residence. The group was entertained in-! formally. . j Miss Malloy presented each member of the bridal party with a gift. The hostesses presented Miss Mai- i loy and her fiance with a gift. ' The dining table was overlaid by an Irish linen cloth and was centered with a wedding scene fashioned with dolls. Mrs. Hattie May Grimes duplicated the bridal gown with a cake, which was flanked by silver candle sticks. Mrs. Bud Wortham presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Davis assisted the hostesses in serving. Members of the wedding party present were Misses Vivian McCullough, Donna Sue Keith, Dorothy Roach, Linda Wall, Elizabeth Ellen Towles, Jane Ellen Looney, Mildred Johnston, Mrs. James Felts, all of Manila, the Rev. Harold White of Leachville, Myles Looney of Senath, Mo., Harold Wall. Bud Wortham and Walter Davis, all of Manna. Others present included the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Andrews, Mrs. L. W. Looney of Leachville. Mrs. Myles Looney of Senath, Mo., and James Felts of Manila. Bits of News Marriage Licenses The following couples have received marriage license from the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: Louis Jones and Mary Lou Jefferies, both of Blytheville. Joe Long and Martha Jean Aycock, both of Blytheville. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCK at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Boxy Program Announcement* LAST TIMES TODAY ScreenpJay by RICHARD MA1BAUM and FRANK NUGENT • Stwy by Hil«ry St. G«f|* Saunders, adapted irom to book, "The Red Beret" • Produced by IRVING ALLEN and ALBERT R. BROCCOLI • Dif «et«d by TERENCE YOW^ Paramount News & Cartoon "Hair Today" SATURDAY ONLY Doublt Feature Program 0^*1 fKAJCCCIFTOTO-"TOUCH COWCG • 5o-r. n «nM • fn*cM IT MM U13M . OncM D MB F. CARTOON "SPARE THE ROD" SUNDAY & MONDAY M-G-M'S SENSATION RIMED IN THt PLEASURE-HAUNTS OF EUROPE IN £0l °" TECHNICOLOR! Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modinger. Sr., are their daughter. Mrs. Peter J. Lauman and children, Jimmy, Maud and Jean of Bristol, Va. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shinn 'and children will leave tomorrow for Fort Meyers. Fla., where they will visit with Mrs .Shinn's cousins Mrs. W. A. Carter and Glenn DeVore. Mrs. Grady Magee and son, David, arrived here last night from San Diego, Calif., for a three-weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I- Seay. She accompanied the Rev. and Mrs. Guy Magee, her husband's parents, from San Diego. They had spent several weeks there. At Girl's State this week in Little Rock. Gail Whitsitt was elected state representative and Carmen Cary was elected municipal judge. Donna Hill of Memphis has arrived here to visit her aunt, Mrs. Fred Bean and family. Mr. and Mrs- M. H. Blakemore have as their guests, Lt. and Mrs. James A. Frazier and sons of Arlington. Va., who are spending this week end- Mrs. Randall Hawks and son, who MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat,. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen • •••t4*A»W^«»*V*V«»A«W««>'-* LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature JOHN FORD ind MERItX C. COOK* * s «.rr,n R JOHN WAYNE . HENRY FOND* ~ SHIRLEY TEMPLE • PEDRO ARMENDARIi D!re;tzdbyK>KNFORD —AND— THE MARRYING KIND Starring Judy Holliday & Aldo Ray Also Cartoon SATURDAY Double Feature —AND— TRADITION! teaai h B»a» WBU SCfliA D^SDQ. 513 MAXWELL REED • Sctr'TOby fry Ji ftcaxtc Or St"y J. 801 • BI<K:BJ »y »i!pn Tdoc Also Cartoon & Serial Sat. 0\vl Show 11:30 , touts HAYWARD • IOOT mwfuxct. MOAHOU mm *r «r cowuo HUCKCH • enctw a, srntou* FHICOMM Also Cartoon & Serial SttlW fcly by HELEN DEUTSCHXWu mm Ofmri by Product* Ay RICHARD BROOKS JOE PASTERNAK SUN.. & MON. Double Feature CALIFORNIA CONQUEST oior br TECHNICOLOR^ with ALFONSO BEDOYA • LISA FERRADAY EUGENE IGLESIAS* Written for the screen by Robert E. Kent • Produced by Sam KaUmin Directed by Lew Landers — AND— 41 fc sc**i fflroetf m f*e WARNER BROS. ROBERT Lotus STEVENSON'S IRROL FLYNN BEATRICE CAMPBELL YVONNE FURNEMK ROGER LIVEStY- ANTHONY STEEL ALSO CARTOON are spending the summer months; at Camp Rio Vista in Hardy, are; here "for the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay. Linda Rayder, Patty Scott, Martha Bean and Polly Deer of Blytheville were elected state representatives at Girls State in Little Rock this week. Miss Christine Johnson of Luxora is one of the Arkansas State Teachers College students who made all A's for the second semester term. Bob Benentt of Fort Smith has spent the past week here visiting Miss Carol Ann Holt and Freddie Smith. Juanita Overman arrived home last Sunday from Georgia Peabody College for Teachers for a visit with her sisters, Mrs. Leon Jones, and Mr. Jones and Misses Cliffie and Bernice Overman. -She will leave today for Chicago, where she will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. FRIDAY, JUN 7 E 11, ,1954 i - • " ' '~ "~ ^^™^^ Mrs. Carney Is Hostess to Club Sweetpeas and roses decorated the home of Mrs. Felix Carney yesterday when she entertained members of the Wednesday Chillian Club. Mrs. E. R. Jackson won first place in the games, with second going to Mrs. A. M. King and third to Mrs. Sallie Freeman. Strawberry shortcake was served following the card games. V. D. Overman, and sisters, Misses Sherrie and Edna Overman. Mrs. L. E. Baker of Kennett, Mo., was a Blytheville visitor yesterday. Mrs. G. C. Southern has returend from a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dodd, of Newbern, Tenn. OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT with WOT STWUHG MY CttlM end m/«x/ U c;n fl WUMEI Iff-A UNiVERSAMNTERNATlCNAL PICKM Cartoons: "Grass hopper & Ants" & Wrestling Wrecks" SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program —AND -CHUCK CONNORS' EDWIN BLUM • ARTHUS'LU'BIN ""°EDWARD G. ROBINSON-JOHN FORSYTHE rfi^MARCIA HENDERSON-KATHLEEN HUGHEJ A UNIVERSAL-INTKNAHONW. PICTURE Cartoon "Hush Mv Mouse*' SUNDAY and MONDAY ALL THE SAVAGE FURY OF THE GREAT PLAINS INDIAN WARS! FAITH DOMERGUE LYLE BETTGER M • sma K MRWi IW.1 Hffll 9091 w HIS MSI - a- mm. L WO N - PM B OT J. Plus two Color Cartoons: "Wonder Gloves" & "Thrifty Cubs" COMING TO STARVUE \\ Jun« 20, 21, 22, 23 SHANE 11 In Tee/m/co/or With Alan LADD and Jean ARTHUR •••••••••••§••••••••§••••§•••••§•§••«*•••••••••••

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