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June 17, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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tAMFOU* BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1954 Society News &vipt.v FlHitnr t Wade, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 TO GO ABROAD — Mrs. H. C. Sims is shown as she prepared to leave yesterday for a European tour. Dr. Sims motored her to Memphis, where she joined Mrs. K. N. Ware and Mrs. Adaline Couch of Tallulah, La., frequent visitors here, for the trip. They will sail on June 28 aboard .the Queen Mary, and will tour 11 countries including France, Monaco, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Holland and England. While in Germany, they will be guests of Mrs. Sims' son, Dr. H. C. Sims, Jr., Mrs. Sims, the former Miss Peggy White of and their children, (Courier News Photo) Annette Whistk Honored at The ieries of pre-nuptial events now being given for Miss Annette •fchistle was continued .yesterday when Miss Mary Michie { who will serve Miss Whistle as maid of honor, and her mother, Mrs. Sims Michie, entertained at a luncheon at their home in Steele. Attending the party were mem- ebrs of the wedding party. An epergne filled with pastel colored sweetpeas and tapers, cen- terad the bride's table. Small tables placed in the living room were arranged with sflver budvases holding small bouquets of the pastel flowers. Marking the guests seating arrangement were wedding bell adorned place cards. Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. Mis« Whistle, who will become 1fce bride of Dr. David Sloas of Portageville on June 30 at Dell Methodist Church, was given a corsage of white carnations, and a gift of sflver. She was attired in a lime green cotton frock with white accessories. Among the party guests was Mrs. C. H. Whistle, mother of the bride- •teot. If You're Not-So-Tall At the Hospitals Blyth«vitie Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Dave Waller, Caruthersville Mrs. Charles Chanell, Steele yichael Webster, Steele X. M. Hale, City Mrs. John Lott, City Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: UH. Lucille Ricketts, City MM. Mike Parks, City ffl a Gambit SACRAMENTO, Calif, tfl — A woman sued to recover $8,540 she said her husband lost playing cards. But Judge Ralph McGee ruled a- gainit her, declaring that to agree j with her would enable all husbands' to regain their gambling losses. Bits of News WJL eraonai frni AAOX -Theatre- Oti Wtrt Main Si. In BlyrhivilU Show Start* Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Widt-Vision Mttal lit Scrttn THURS, ft FRI. Double Feature Sue Burnett Here's the dress for you — a graceful classic designed in half sizes that insure perfection in fitting. Pattern No. 8773 is in sizes 14^, 161/2, -8V 2 . 2CM/2, 22V2. 24' 2 . Size 16fc, cap sleeve, 4*4 yards of 39-inch. 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, HI. Spring *54 -Basic FASHION contains a wealth of smart, easy to sew styles for all sizes. Colorful, informative and interesting. Send 25 cents today for your copy. Mr. and Mrs. Mickie Armstrong left today for their home in New York City after spending two weeks here with her mother, Mrs. Martha Bennett, and other relatives and friends here and in CaruthersviUe and Memphis. Mrs. Harry Ward of Brewer, Me., accompanied the Armstrongs and visited her family in Memphis. She is also a granddaughter of Mrs. Bennett. Mrs. Leslie Shell of Cambridge City, Ind., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Edna Baker, and other relatives here for about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson and daughter, Miss Janet Nelson, have as their guests, Mrs. Nelson's sister. Mrs. Joseph C. Beery and Mr. Beery of Kansas City, Mo. They all are motoring to Hendersonville, N. C., for a visit with relatives there. Mrs. James M. Besharse, Jr., left yesterday to spend the remainder of this week in Batesville, Ark., where she is attending a Methodist Conference as a delegate of Yarbro Methodist Church. The Rev. and Mrs. Jack Mick of Walnut Ridge, where he attends Southern Baptist College, announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Marsha Lynn, at the Walnut Ridge Clinic on June 5. Mrs. Mick is the former Miss Virginia Edding of Hickory Flat, Miss. The Rev. Mr. Mick is the son of Mrs. Letha Mick of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Don Leasley and sons. Dennis and Devon, are returning today to their home in Plattsmouth. Neb., after a visit here with Mrs. Letha Mick, Mrs. Leasley's mother, and her brother, Johnny Mick, and family for the past 10 days. Other visitors here with Mrs. Mick and Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mick have been Mrs. Jerry Mick of Houston, Tex., and Billy Mick of Chicago. While here, they all drove to Walnut Ridge to visit the Rev. and Mrs. Jack Mick and their infant daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cook of Booneville, Ark., are visiting here with his brother, G. B. Castleman, and Mrs. Castleman; Mr. and Mrs. E. E, Rodgers of Lubbock, Tex., are here this week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Rodgers and their daughter, Miss Billie Jane Rodgers. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams left last night for their home in Ogallala, Neb., after spending two weeks 'ere with their son, Virgil E. Williams, Mrs. Williams, and family. Mrs. Charles Rogers was honored at a layette shower given a Rice-Stix factory this week. H. G. McHaffey, who has been a aatient in Baptist Memorial Hospi tal for the past several days, un derwent surgery Tuesday. He is in Room 632 and is reported improv ing. .His sons. I. M. McHaffey and C. O. McHaffey, are with him. An other son, Robert McHaffey, anc Mrs. McHaffey will be in Memphis today to visit him. R. W. Lemon of Corinth, Miss, the brother of Mrs. H. O. McHaf fey. who is a patient at Baptis Memorial Hospital, underwent sur gery today. Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr., has returned from a 12-day visit in Whitehaven, Term., and in Mem phis. She was accompanied home for a 10-day visit by her grand daughter, Malinda Nuckolls, o Memphis. An owl is unable to move its eyes. NOTICE I am now associated with the Beauty Bar, located at Corner of First & Ash Streets, and invite my many friends and cus- tom^rs in for appointment. Alberta Sadler Phone 3-8822 6&AV€ WACtftlOR *•*' AND— MINK A* Cart** HONEYMOON OR VACATION FOR TWO... To the Couplet Who Choose Their LUIMBIA TRU-FIT DIAMOND RING At Thompson Jewelers DM y*w ring MOW * TAKE jmr MIAMI VACATION •ht, May It to Dtecmber 20th. W4 HIRI U UM frettwt diamond mi* In ow Mrtoiy ! Up to 9 day* IB * iwtnk, oc*u-frwt total, Inehidinf braakfatta and dinmn, ft •w «tp€Wf / Corat IB TODAY tad fat •tt MfiMtfoMl dtUita of thii offer! Thii I« Not A Contest AH You Havt To Do Is Buy The Ring Priced From $200 114 W. Main St. NEW PROVISIONAL MEMBERS — Six of the eight provisional members of Blytheville Junior Auxiliary are shown above. They are Mrs. W. S. Rader, Mrs. Eric Whitley, Mrs. Spencer Alexand- er, Mrs. Johnny White, Mrs. Kemper Bruton and Mrs. Lynn Hughes. Mrs. Coleman Stevens and Mrs. F. E. Utley were out of town at the time the picture was made. (Courier News Photo) Junior Auxiliary Names 8 Provisional Members Eight new provisional members have been named to the Blytheville Junior Auxiliary, it was announced yesterday by Mrs. Ben W. Harpole, Jr., auxiliary president. They are Mrs. W. Kemper Burton, Mrs. Coleman S. Stevens, Mrs. F. S. Utley, Mrs. Johnny White, Mrs. Lynn Hughes, Mrs. W. S. Rader, Mrs. Spencer Alexander and Mrs. Eric Whitley. This group will begin an ordinary orientation program which will be concluded after six months of training under the direction of Mrs. R. A. Porter, vice president. They will become acquainted with the auxiliary's child welfare prog ram and various civic and welfare agencies of the city and county. Mrs. Burton, the former Miss Barbara Baughn of Senath, Mo. attended Arkansas State College in Jonesboro and Missouri State Teachers College at Cape Girardeau. The Burtons are parents of three sons, Bill, 11, John, 9, and Michtel, 4. They make their hoem at 1010 Holly. Mrs. Stevens is originally from Hot Springs. She is the former Miss Lou Brewer, who was graduated from Hendrix College at Conway. She and her husband have two children, Stevie. 7 and Lou Ellen, 4, Their hombe is at 1313 West Main. A graduate of the Arkansas Baptist School of Nursing in Little Rock, Mrs. Utley is the former Miss Myrtle Rowland of Warren, Ark., Dr. and Mrs. Utley have two children, Rebecca 11. and Mike 7. and they make their home at 1200 Chickasawba. Mrs. Johnny White, with her husband and two children. Grace, 3, and Joyce, 1, makes her home at 1320 Walnut. She is the former Miss Joyce Rosenborough of Senatobia, Miss.. She attended Sweet Briar College at Lynchburg. Va., and was later graduated from the University of Mississippi, Oxford, where she was a member of Chi Omega socail sorority. Making their home at 1316 Country Club Drive are Mr. and Mrs. Hughes. They have two sons, Mel, 7 and Eddie, 3. She is the former Miss Lorraine Secoy of Jonesboro, where she was graduated from Arkansas State College. Mrs. Rader, who is the former Miss Birdie Lane Wright of Texarkana, was graduated with a bachelor of science degree from the University of Arkansas, where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority. The Raders have a little daughter, Jane, who is two. They live at 1928 Hearn. Mrs. Alexander, originally a Blytheville girl, is the former Miss Mary Borum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Borum. She attended the University of Arkansas, where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta social sorority. The Alexanders, who live at 515 North Eleventh, have two daughters, Mary Roussan, 7, and Harriet Semmes, 4. The former Miss Charlene Robinson, Mrs. Whitley, is also a Blytheville resident, and is the daughter of Mrs. Edwin Robinson nad the late Mr, Robinson of Blytheville. She and her husband their son, Charles, 7, live at 634 West Main. She attended Arkansas College in Jonesboro. MARRIED — Mrs. Simon Joseph was before her marriage Saturday in Pine Bluff, Miss Barbara Ann Pfeffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfe Pfeffer of Pine Bluff. Mr. Joseph is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Joseph of Blytheville. Joseph-Pfeffer Wedding Held In Home Ceremony in Pine Bluff PINE BLUFF — Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfe Pfeffer announce the marriage of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Simon Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Joseph of Blytheville, on Saturday evening at seven o'clock. CWF Meetings Are Conducted Members of the Hope and Faith Groups of the First Christian Church met this week together at the home of Mrs. James Terry. Mrs. Albert Taylor conducted the business and Mrs. Ben Harpole gave the worship service. Mrs. John McHaney was scripture reader and closed the worship with prayer. Mrs. James Rainwater, program leader, introduced Mrs. C. L. Moore. She gave a review of the last six months study, with Mrs. George Barham ,Mrs. E. M. Terry, Miss Neal Luckett and Mrs. J. C. Ellis participating. Mrs. Rainwater discussed briefly the planned work for migrant workers being conducted by the Blytheville Council of Church Women. Twenty one members attended. Birthday Party Given in Home La Jean Garner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Garner, celebrated her fourth birthday this week, when her parents entertained her. Party games were played and Penny Lynn Knipple won the prize. Ice cream and cake were served, with the assistance of Mrs, Mildred Klrby and Miss Frances Lewers. Rough Ride GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. The only injury of Patrick H. Cain 21, was a bruised ankle after hi car left a road, dashed 185 fee through a gravel pit, ran up a 25 foot embankment and hurtled five-foot fence while soaring 13 feet in the air before landing an rolling over several times in field. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements THURSDAY and FRIDAY WGffff Bob is chased by lovt-mod domes and plain mod '"•.husbands! BOB Jaw HOPE • FONTAINE BASIL AUDREY HUGH RATHBONE DALTON- MARLOWE Produced by P»irf Jontt • WctctwJ by Norman L Mcltod Written for the Screen by Hal Kanter and Edmund Hartmann fated on a Story by Aubr«* Wiibtff • A Paramount Picturt Paramount Ntwi 4 S«Uct«4 Shortt The wedding was solemnized at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Levine, with Rabbi Henry Sandman reading the service. The living room was lighted with white tapers. The fireplace was banked with fern and huckleberry sprays with arrangements of pink stock, roses and carnations providing a background for the wedding party. Only members of the families and close friends attended. The bride was given in marriag* by her father. She wore a dress of tulle over white taffeta, the. shirred bodice and front of the bouffant skirt appliqued with embroidered Alecon lace- A sweetheart bonnet of tulle ruffles and seed pearls held a short tulle veil and she carried white orchids and stephanotis on a small, white satin Bible. Miss Adele Rutstein, aunt of the bride, was her only attendant. She wore a pale blue tulle and lace ballerina frock with pink slippers and carried a nosegay of sweetheart roses. Charles Joseph served his brother as best man. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Pfeffer was dressed in light blue silk shantung with matching shoes and gloves and Mrs- Joseph was in navy blue cotton trimmed with rhinestones and pearls. They wore Taking Mo Chances CHARLOTTE, N. C. (JP)— Mrs. R. O- Fortenbery, Mecklenburg Board of Elections clerk, reports a man telephoned her to inquire, "Am I registered?" . , . , ,. , . ,_,„ „ , ,. J , „_ J ropnate registration book. IU see, she replied. "Where do < iwhat ig your nam e?" she asked you live?" him _ The man gave an address, and "That," said the man, "is in- Mrs. Fortenbery selected the app- formation I wish to .withhold." corsages of natural orchids. Immediately after the ceremony, a buffet supper was served in the dining room, which was decorated in pink flowers and lighted with pink tapers in silver candelabra on the buffet. The table was laid with a pink organdie cloth over satin caught at the corners with pouffs of tulle and pink flowers holding showers of pink satin ribbon. In the center was a low arrangement of pink carnations, roses and stock and the tiered pink wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph left during the evening and will spend their wedding trip in the Bahama Islands. For traveling, the bride wore an Anne Fogarty original beige linen ensemble with a brown hat and lizzard skin bag and shoes. Upon their return, they will live at 417 West Sixteenth Avenue in Pine Bluff. Mrs. Joseph attended Pine Bluff schools and was graduated from Gulff Park College for Women, Gulf Port, Miss. Mr. Joseph was graduated from Blytheville High School and attended Texas A. and M. College. He is now associated with the McNew Insurance Company. ••••••••••••*••••••••••••••••••••••••••»••••••••• OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! ••••••••••••••••••••••••«•• THURSDAY and FRIDAY The picture everyone is talking A about! Box Office Opens 6:45 7:00 p. m. 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