The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1954 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 16, 1954
Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWg WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1954 ICn. Nathan Wade, Society Editor Society News Snriptv Eriitnr 9 Phone 3-4461 / W. Shouse, To Be Married Mr. and Mrs- L. R> Brownlee of Joiner, Ark., announce the engagement and apporaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Margaret Frances Brownlee, to John William Shouse, Jr., son of Mrs. John William Shouse of Blytheville and the late Mr. Shouse. The bride-elect was graduated' from Shawnee High - School of Joiner and attended Arkansas Polytechnic Junior College at Russell- - viile, Ark. Mr. Shouse was graduated" from Blytheville High School. The wedding will take place in Joiner in the late summer. Club League Bridge Game Is Held Here A five-table Howell movement was played last night by Country Club Duplicate Bridge League, when they met at the club. High score went to Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mrs. A- H. McManus with 70 points, while second was awarded Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wallin of Little Rock for their 62% points. j Mrs. Frank Grigsby and Mrs Lynn Brown won third place with (JO 5 *: points. TO BE WED— Miss Margaret Brownlee is to become the bride of John William Shouse, Jr., it was announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Brownlee, of Joiner. He is the son of Mrs. John William Shouse, and the late Mr. Shouse. • Bits of News State UDC President Visits Here Junior Favorite Mrs. A. E. Slusser, state president of United Daughters of the Confederacy was here yesterday to attend a luncheon at Hotel Noble, when members of the Elliott Fletcher chapter entertained. The hostesses included Mrs. Thomas F. Hudson, Mrs. G' .A. Brown, Mrs. C- B. Wood and Mrs. E. R. Bogan, all of Luxora. A T-shaped table was used at the luncheon, which was attended by 18 members and two guests other than Mrs. Slusser. They were Mrs. Pearl Uzell Jenkins of Memphis, the guest of Mrs. A. M. R. Branson,-and Mrs. Earl S. Kooritz. A black footed pottery bowl was filled with Marconi daisies and two white pottery bowls held varicolored sweetpeas on the table where guests were seated. Each guests' place was marked with a corsage of gardenias. Following the two-course luncheon, Mrs. Slusser was introduced as the afternoon's speaker. Later in a business session conducted by Mrs- Gean Atkinson, chapter president, Mrs. Love Adams and Mrs. W. I. Denton were elected as delegates to attend the state convention in El Dorado and Mrs. James B- Clark was elected as delegate to the National convention in Roanoke, Va. Cooter News Sue Bwnett One of the most favored styles with juniors for warm weather is the pretty squaw dress made in a colorful print, trimmed with ric rac. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, m. Don't miss the latest issue of Basic FASHION. The new Spring 'M catalog will delight you with its up-to-the-minute styles that are sew-simple. Send 25 cents today. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Barnett of St. Louis spent last week end here with his mother, Mrs. Mary Barnet. They came especially for the funeral of his grandmother, Mrs. Texas Webb, which was held at the the Cooter Baptist Church Sunday afternoon and stayed over for the funeral of V. W. Coleman Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Asher of Cannolton, Ind-. were called here Sunday by the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Roy Pugh at Blythe- ille Hospital and by the death of their cousin, V. W. Coleman. Accompanying them were Mr. and Mrs, L. A. Badger of Connolton who visited her sisters, Mrs. Jimmie Oz- jum of Wardell, and Mri. Katye Young of Hayti. Mrs. Pugh is improved. Mr. ana Mrs. Paul Cooper and daughters are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James A. Brown and son, Gary, at Aberdeen, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bamett and daughter of Gary, Ind., are visiting relatives here this week. They came especially for the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. Texas Webb. Mr. and Mrs. George Ladd have returned from California where they were called by the serious illness of Mrs. Ladd's mother, Mrs. Watson who is slightly improved. Mrs. Jack Gentry of Wilson was the guest of Mrs. J. B. McClure and family Saturday night. Calvary Circles Have Meetings Two Circles of Calvary Baptist Church met at the homes of members Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ona Peeples was hostess to Circle One adn Mrs. Fred Thrilbrok was hostess to Circle Two. The Bible study was given by Mrs. Claude Rowland and prayers were by Mrs. Alf Jones and Mrs- Kenneth Wardlow in Circle One. Mrs. H. J. Fondren and Mrs. J. H. Melton offered prayers at Circle Two. Social hours were held following the meeting. The average person in the United States eats about 3.7 bushels of wheat in a year. Economy Forms COMPTON, Calif. (/P)—Applying for a policeman's job here amounts to an offense. An economy-minded police department uses regular booking forms for applicants, since the facts required are pretty much the same and dries more air at less cost! New International Harvester Air Conditioner gives more cooling and dehumidifying capacity... yet costs less to operate! Can be decorated to match room. Directional no -draft ventilation. Cools, cieaM, filters and dries the atr. Lav (torn ptymeat-usy twaa Why M hot, hwnkl wither ram twttar with * new IH Air Cocrii- Delta Implements, "Service Holde Our Trade" I Phone 3-6863 At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. I. Jones, Cooter Mrs, Evelyn Smith. Steel* Walls Hospital Dismissed: B. Henson, City Norwell Young, City Mrs. Howard Tetter and baby Steele H, Casey. (5ity Adely Bell. East St. Louis Mrs. Cyrill Salles, City John Ella Perkins. City Gary Brewer, Manila Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Virginia Patterson, City Mrs. M. Phillips. Dell Blan Heath. City James Caudle, City Mrs. Roy Veach. Manila. Mrs. Bill Hardin, City Mark Cullen, City Attending funeral services for Miss Julia R«ed in Cape Girardeau Sunday were Mrs. Chester Sutton, Mrs. A. A. Hardy and Mrs. A. P. Burks of Blytheville, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shockley and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rogers and family and Mrs. W- Phillips, all of Manila. Miss Reed, a retired teacher formerly of Mississippi County, died Friday in St. Francis Hospital at Cape Girardeau. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley left today for Batesv^le to attend the Methodist annual Conference. Mrs. Cooley will attend the memorial session and will return to Wilson to visit her daughter, Mrs. E. D- Beall, and Mr. Beall. Mr. Cooley, who is conference treasurer, will remain in Batesville, throughout the sessions. Mrs. F. L. Reed has returned from Newnan, Ga., where she visited her sister, Mrs. J. L. Peterson and Dr. Peterson. Mrs. Reed accompanied her home to Georgia after Mrs. Peterson had spent about a week here with her and another sister, Miss Angie Hood. Miss Monta Hughes, a member of the high school faculty here, is in Memphis to be with, her mother, Mrs. J. S- Hughes, who is a patient at Baptis^, Hospital. Miss Hughes and her mother were visiting in Memphis when Mrs. Hughes became ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Widner and children of Kansas City, Mo., arrived here for a week's visit with Mrs. Lee Powell and the Jess Widner family. Airman 3/c Waylon Powell, wh is stationed at Denver. Colo., ar rived here to spend a week visit ing his mother, Mrs. Lee Powell. Mrs. A. J. Hatley underwent sur gery at the Chickasawba Hospita this week. In room number C-4 Mrs. Hatley is reported much im proved. Russell Campbell will leave Friday for New York City for a business trip. Dr. Alfred Vise returned iron- New Orleans where he attended the annual convention of the District Grand Lodge 7 of B'nar B'rith, as a delegate of the I. Miller Lodge and as state chaplain of Arkansas. He gave the invocation at the Sunday afternoon session and Monday he conducted the memorial service or deceased members of this dis- rict- He was also chairman of one of the seminars on Americanism and interfaith activity. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch for the past several days are Mr. Welch's brother, Shelby Welch, Mrs. Welch, and their daughter, Mrs- Roy Benton and sons, Burk and Roy, all of Mobile, Ala. F" "V The queenly pearl is the only precious gem to come from the sea, and the only one produced by a living process. Box Office Opens 6:45 7:00 p. m. Show Starts Admission 15c & 35c At All Times WED.. & THTJRS. Double Feature _ «M.*H. *«»•"'•*««. ^TECHNICOLOR "** —AND— A MICHAtlPAVW NOMCTjON * LIMIT nCTUHl HHMMtAtK>M, Cartoon "Willie Wildcat" GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (;p>—Km- dergarten teacher Katherine Van Houtum saw to it that she lost none of her small charges in a crowd of 2,000 at a civic affair. She tied them together with twine in sets of five and gave one end of the string to each of five adults in her group. There are more electric lights per capita in Washington than in any other state of the Union. MOX -Theatrt- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Start* Weekdays 7:00 Sat., Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature "STORY OF THREE LOVES" With Kirk Douglas & Ethel Barry more —AND— SNOW «i» MY WLA • CWKXE MATHOtt • H.OKM SAUNOttS • tOKTl KYTOM • Scnm fUy tr> Turn Hutten) •MCtttlto H. HMXXm •fndncM * Awn t f*»fl • fti»e«« IT Mm L HMH mt Mny ». h*» Also Short THURS,,& FRI. Double Feature COLUWW* flCTU«S pnMflfh «« JON HALL «• Qntm Ljrjm. j* SftMMfb - Mdwi few ••*«• •r to Mnin * WtCW L RUT —AND— PICTURE-PRETTY — Petticoated red nylon dress, printed and flocked with black-and-white flower carts, turns any small girl into a pretty picture. This design by Nannette has sheer white nylon underskirt edged in black, white nylon collar and bow.—(NEA Photo) Trinity Circle Meetings Held Members of three circles of Trinity Baptist Church met Monday and another met yesterday. Evelyn Stafford Circle members met with Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. C. E. Parks conducted the business session and Mrs. E. G. Lovell gave the opening prayer. The devotional Was by Mrs. LG. Kenwright, and the closing prayer was by Mrs. Porter Miller, Refreshments were served in the social hour. The Jewel Abernathy Circle met at the home of Mrs. Arah Speck with seven members attending. Mrs. Frank Sawyer + 1 opened the meeting with a prayer and Mrs. Bill Cook taught the lesson. The closing prayer was by Mrs- Herman Adair and refreshments were served. Members of the Mildred Matthews Circle met at the home of Mrs. C. W. Hudson with seven at- tending. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. I- W. Jones and the devotional was by the hostess. Mrs. R. W. Wooten taught the study and Mrs. Ernest Walker dismissed the meeting. The hostess served refreshments. Eleven members of the Marion Cook Circle met last night with Mrs. Lois Gestring when Mrs. Mary Capps was a guest- The opening prayer was by Mrs. C. S. Birmingham. Miss Bernice Overman gave the devotional Mrs. Idell Lowe conducted a business session, and Mrs. Raymond Dixon dismissed the meeting. No Difference Tallest of all animals, the giraffe owes a great portion of its height to its extremely long neck, but both the little mouse and the lofty giraffe have the same number of neck bones—seven. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 19:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Hit* & Eo*y Program Announcements Plus Selected Shorts Reg. Admission—Piut lOc for Glosses THURSDAY and FRIDAY Color by TECHN/CQLOR, Bob is chased by "- lovt-mad dames and plain mad **. husbands! •tarring BOB _ JOAN HOPE • FONTAINE *rkl Co-starring BASIL AUDREY HUGH RATHBONE DALTON MARLOWE ^^ Produced by Paul Jones • Directed by Norman Z. McLeod jiBI Written (or the Screen by Hal Kanter and Edmund Hartmann ^™* Based on a Story by Aubrey Wisberg • A Paramount Picturt Paramount News & Selected Shorts Hornersville News By JENETTE THOMAS Mrs. George Gambles and Miss Joan Steele returned June 12 from Wichita, Kans.. where they have been visiting Mrs. Carl Tilloston and Mrs. Opie Rodgers for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harden and children, Hugh, Becky and Janell, visited Mrs. Harden's father, Jim Smith in Conway, Ark- Mrs. Francis Devon and children of Steele, Mo., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Shands. Miss Fay Hackworth visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Harold Rickmon. Mrs. Odia Mae Holloway, beauty operator, is attending a beauty operator state convention in Jefferson City. Edward Earl Stone and Earnaj Lee Springer left for Flint, Mich., j Monday night. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Thomas were James Thomas of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ross and son of Caruthersville, Mo. Mr. and Mrs- Leonard Hamrick and family left for Flint, Mich., last week to visit relatives. Mrs. Pat Doney and Mrs. Walter Dickerson were shopping in Kennett Friday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Springer were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smithmere of Arbyrd. Mr. and Mrs. Calrence Vandiver of Cash, Ark., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Vandiver. Mr. and Mrs. Curt Benton visited Sunday with Mr- and. Mrs. Hale Merritt. Mrs. Donald Lee Hart is spending a few days with Mrs. Roy Sloan and Mrs. Barbara Hardin in Paragould. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Young visited in Blytheville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McFarlin Coming Events Thursday Mrs. Bill Cable is hostess to the G and N Birthday Club at 7:30 pan. Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League has semi-weekly game. Friday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church has monthly party at 3 p.m- at the church with Mrs.* Love Adams, Mrs. Frank Webb, Mrs. A. M. Branson and Mrs. J- C. Eubanks, hostesses. Cotillion Club has sport dance at 9 p.m. at the Ho;el Noble Mirror Room. Dog Gives Proof MANCHESTER, Conn. (&)— John Van Housen, an insurance claims adjuster, called at a home to investigate the validity of a dog bite claim. The dog promptly bit him. attended the funeral of her aunt in Newport, Ark-, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bunch were Manila visitors over the week end. The Sunday guests of Mrs- Lottie Mathews were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lynn of Caruthersville*. "Mrs. Mary Thomas, Pat Dickerson and James Thomas were in Rector over the week end. NOTICE I am now associated with the Beauty Bar, located at Corner of First & Ash Streets, and invite my many frietnds and customers in for appointment. Alberta Sadler Phone 3-8822 OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! LAST TIMES TONIGHT DOUBLf FtATURl CARLOAD Admitted for 2-50c Tickets —And— ONE MINUTE TO ZERO -RALPH EEK A Porom»wn» Pietur* M'TCHUM (Ml mi Cartoon: 'Swing CindereNa" THURSDAY and FRIDAY The picture everyone is talking A about! TOM TUU.Y- Dawn Addami Fortunio Bonanovt Produced ind Dirtcltd by OTTO PREMINGER Wnttcn lot *,M sttttn 67 F. HUGH HERBERT Music bf HEftSCHEL BURKE GILBERT Cartoons "Puppet Love" & "Morris the Mouse" ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS COMING TO STARVUE Junt 20, 21, 22, 23 "SHANE" In fecnnico/or With Alan LADD and Jean ARTHUR

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