The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1954 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 21, 1954
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MONDAY, JUKI 1i, 19W BLYTHEriLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Mrs. Nathan Wade, Society Editor Society News Society Editor • Phone 3-4461 Anniversary Party Is Given Mr. and Mrs. William Calvin Goodman entertained at their home yesterday with an anniversary party honoring her parents, Mr. and Mrs.-J. I. Cullum, of Caruthersville, who celebrated their 40th anniversary on June 16, and for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Goodman, also of Caruthersville, who will celebrate their 3lst anniversary on June 28. -Mrs. Goodman served a buffet luncheon at noon and guests spent the afternoon informally. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Bingham and children, Virginia Anne and Jimmy Dayton; Mrs. James Cullum and. children, Mary Evelyn and Danny; Mary Laws; Mrs. Glen Chilton and children, Tommy and Catherine Ann; Trafton Raleigh Goodman and Gloria Mae Lilly, all of Caruthersville; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullum and daughter, Elaine, of Memphis; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Milton and children, Ricky, Becky Lou and Linda Jane, of Blytheville. Bridge League Meeting Held A four-table Howell movement was played by members of the Duplicate Bridge League here when they met Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Russell Phillips and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin took first place with second going to Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins and Mrs. Frank Grigsby. Bible Class Has Monthly Party Members of the Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church met Friday at Fellowship Hall in the church for their monthy party. Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs- Frank Webb, Mrs. J. C. Eubanks and Mrs. A. M.' R. Branson were hostesses. The devotional was given by Mrs. Henderson Hall and Mrs. L. M. Burnett gave the Bible quiz, with all members participating. Ice cream and cake were served Mrs. Pearl Jenkins of Memphis, who is visiting her sister, Mrs- Branson, was a guest of the group. Sew-Easy All-Occasion Especially nice for warm weather because it's collarless and brief- sleeved. An easy to sew dress for general wear. Pattern No. 8127 is in sizes 36, 38, 40 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 38, cap sleeve, 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, 111: 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. LAST TIMES TONIGHT At 7:30 & 9:10 P. M. Bits of News Miss Carrie Cooke of Memphis arrived today to be the guest for several days of her cousin, Mrs. Emma Nolen. Mrs. R. I. Thompson. Mi's. S. S. Patterson and Mrs. Perry Darby left today for Morrilton where they will attend the annual women's Institute of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas to be held at Camp Mitchell on Petit Jean Mountain. They will return Thursday afternoon. . Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rodgers returned yesterday to their home in Lubbock, Tex., after visiting here with his brother, W. J. Rodgers, and family. Miss Francille Maloch of Osceola and Miss Laura Alice Hemby of Blytheville were named on the honor roll at University of Arkansas for the spring semester. Miss Betty Pendergrast of Osceola was named on the dean's list at Ouachita Baptist College in Arkadelphia for the last semester. Among those receiving Ouachita College Choir letters was Miss Billie Gaines Mann of Osceola. Mrs. Louis Lansky is a patient at the Chickasawba Hospital, where she is undergoing treatment for a foot ailment. Her condition is reported satisfactory. Mrs. Robert Wade and children, Robbie and Mary, Bobbie June Berry of Saniord, Fla., and Ellen Wade of Union City are visiting in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Brown and children of Risco, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Faddie Laster of Memphis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and family yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Joyner had as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. David Goody of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chamberlain and Mrs. Harry Teller, all of Memphis. Mrs. Joyner is a sister of Mr. Goody, Mrs. Chamberlain and Mrs. Teller. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mallory and family visited yesterday in Hayti with Mrs. W. I. Mallory. Herbert Joyner left for Mexico, Mo., for three months. He is employed by Railway Express. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe and daughter, Peggy, spent the week end in St. Louis visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Smith Brackin had as her week end guests her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Topper of Memphis and the Rev. Bernard Brackin of Poplar Bluff. Smith Brackin, Jr., accompanied his brother, the Rev. Mr. Brackin, back to Poplar Bluff for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Daggett of Mariana were the week end guests of their daughter, Mrs. Dick J. White, and family. Lt. John A. White, who has re- completed a tour of duty in North Africa, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White, He will report to Lake Charles Air Force Base, La. Dance Is Given Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Smythe entertained members of the Cotillion Club Saturday night at Howl Noble when dancing in the Plantation Room provided the evening's entertainment. A midnight supper was served from a buffet table centered with glardias and shasta daisies, flanked by tapers. Other summer flowers were banked around the room. Guests other than members were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandel'ur, Mr. and Mre. A. L. Hallman and Mr. and Mrs- A. B. Smith. Miss Blytheville Honored at Picnic The Noble Gill Pontiac Company honored Miss Pearl a Fay Key. recently selected Miss Blytheville of 1954 in a county wide contest, at a fish fry Friday night at Walker Park. Other than Miss Key, those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ashby, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oldham, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Price, Mr- and Mrs. Ira Gill. Mrs. Grover Key, Mr. and Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beard, Edd Jacks. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Williams, Jack and Al Castle. Mr. and Mrs. Woodie Cotton, Hubert Polsgrove, Sam and Graham Brothers. Miss Merlene Jones, Mr. amd Mrs. Frank Hall, Mrs. Inez Gentry. Mrs. Lawrence Primm and Mrs. Charles Rosen. Coming Events At the Hospitals BlythevHte Hospital Dismissed: Mildred Gean, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. M. Grady, Manila Mrs. Bill Williams, City Mrs. Eugene Nowland, Luxora Cheryl Gillette, Hornersville Norma Jean Clark, Steele Ella Perkins, Steele Chickasawb* Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Stella Johnson, Oifcy Roy Veach, Manila Cherayl Boyll, City Patrick Boyll, City Leon Wells, City Mrs. B. S. Shelton, City Mrs. Fannie Davis, City Carolyn Snell, City Air extends 100 miles above the earth's surface. Circles of the First Methodist Church meet as follows: Circle One with Mrs. James C. Guard at 826 Indiana; Circle Two meets with Mrs. Harold Wright at 746 East Main, with Mrs. Mildred Bunch as co-hostess; Circle Three with Mrs. F. E. Scott at 746 Hardin, with Mrs. D. C. Pafford as co-hostess; Circle Four with Mrs. F. E. Black at 911 West Main; Circle Five with Mrs. James at 909 Holly with Mrs. V. G. Holland as co-hostess; Circle Six with Mrs. W. R. Campbell at 1122 West Main; and Circle Seven with Mrs. Ralph Todd at 2309 Birch, with Mrs. Cecil Kelley as co-hostess. Trinity Baptist Circles meet jointly at the church at 7:30 p.m. for Royal Service program. Marion Cook Circle and Mildred Matthews Circle are in charge of the program. The Jewel Abernathy and Evelyn Stafford Circles are hostesses. Women of the Church of the First Presbyterian Church have 2:30 p.m. general meeting at the church. Old and new executive board of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church meets at 10 a.m. at the church for meeting with 1 p.m. luncheon followed ! by business meeting. Katie Hatton Young Women's Auxiliary of First Baptist Church has meeting with Miss Cliff ie Overman. Circles of the First Baptist Church meet as follows: Circle One with Mrs. W. P. McCormick at 2000 Hearn; Circle Two with Mrs. Alvin Hardy at 1517 West Walnut;. Circle Three with Mrs. J. T. Westbrook at 1101 Hearn; Circle Four with Mrs. J. W. Pur tie at 620 West Walnut; Circle Five with Mrs. C. M. Smart at 1044 West Walnut; Circle Six with Mrs. Shelburne Brewer at 1401 West Main; and Circle Seven with Mrs. Jodie Nabers at 518 West Main. Dolly Hiett Young Women Auxiliary of First Baptist Church has meeting with Miss Monya Blankenship. Lake Street Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Society has weekly meeting at the church. Tuesday Mrs. Elza Wheeler is hostess to the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club at her home. Country Club Duplicate Bridge Lingerie for the junior bride should be youthful and gay. We show here (left) a drcsy lenplh ** _ ... • . j • _ j j t _ i * _ j * ...... t ,_ ._ ._ _ J* »_. ^ ,. i i _l i j • _ _ nni_ • _ • jjown by Luxitc in nylon tricot that has tiny cap sleeves of nylon net and rosebud trim. This is in hibiscus pink or surf green. For the bride who prefers the traditional, there's a fiiii-lenpth gown and robe (right) in chiffon sheer nylon tricot. Flowinjr fullness starts from straight yoke at back. Both are done in bridal white as well as the pastels. Color Is New Note in Lingerie for 1954 Brides BY GAJLE DUGAS ( NEA Woman's Editor) NEW YORK (NEA) -— Newely significannt to bridal lingerie this season is the dress- length gown and robe done with! all the elegance formerly reserved for the full-length ensemble only. Thus, the dress-length gown is shown with elaborate lace tpp and very full pleaded skirt, both in creamy beige. Or a gown and robe in the palest blue may be given trim of lace, shining carded satin or seashell pleating. Color has become an established fact for bridal lingerie. Where once only bridal white was worn. now a whole rainbow of color is possible. And so-: : e of the colors are vivid, remindful of iho shimmering blues and greens of the tropics. Women generally are sold on the beauty and easy upkeep of nylon in lingerie. But this year, the bride should consider including some of Family Reunion Held at Park Yesterday a combined reunion of the families of S. J. Craig, Glenn Alexander, Otha Via. Ben Ray. and Mamie Hancock was held at Walker Park to honor Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alexanfler of Reno, Nev. Fifthy-three persons attended. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. O'neil Via of Bells, Tenn., Mrs. Annie Randolph and Mr. and Mrs. Milard Via, all of Alamo. Tenn., Mr. and Mrs- Jimmie Lee or Hornersville, Tenn., Mrs. Georgie Han- ^3n of Memphis, Herman Via and family, and O. B. Via and family, all of Steele. Marriage Licenses The following couple has obtained a marriage license from the county clerk's office: Leroy James and Dorothy Presley, both of Dell. League has meeting. Thursday Ladies of the Country Ciub entertain with a game party at 8 p.m. Friday Mrs. Grady Sims is hostess at her home at 852 East Main Street to the Stitch and Chatter Club. Only Aspirin At Its Best Starting Tomorrow 4 BIG DAYS! • THURSDAY • FRIDAY ^ THE ROYAL, \ RIOTOUS N ROMANCING / OF'' / |> and the embrace ^fe ?W$crf* EDMUND GWENfl • S.Z.'tUDDLES"SAKAU- 6ETTAST.JOHN JOHft WILLIAMS • EVELTN VARO€N Child 'Labor' to Do Beach Sand Project SALEM, Mass. (.<Pj—Beach-going youmvsters have 1500 tons of sand to move this summer and Salem officials think they'll do it with pails and shovels. Because of unsual tide conditions, Crane's beach in nearby Ip- wich had too much sand. And because of lack of snow Salem's snow division wns inactive. Thinkinp the sand would improve Salem's beaches, the snow crews hauled the sand and dumped it in piles above the flood tide mark. Now, it's up to the children to spread it. First known Indian - carved nude figure of a woman found on the face of a canyon wall showed the marks of smallpox eruption and commemorated the recovery of the woman. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature DICK POWELL JANE GREEK —AND— With Irene Dunne & Patric Knowles Metro News TUES., WED. & THURS. Double Feature COLUMBIA PICTURIS pf«M<>tJ RITA JOSE HAYWORTH FERRER RAY tcran Plir t>r HARRY KU1KCR • Brod on I story by W. SOMERSET IMUGHAM • A JURY WAIO PRODUCTION • Oirrcttd by CURTC KRNWftDT • A KCKWORTH COftmMlON PlCTUK —AND— '•**V ALSO CARTOON the new permanently pleated cotton, sheer cottons and dncron-and -cotton mixtures in her trousseau. These will serve throughout the summer beautifully, rotated with the nylon gowns and robes. If a bride has one color theme for her trousseau, it should be extended to at least a part of his bridal lingerie. Unless her wedding gown it very formal, it's likely to be the kind of dress she'll wear again aund again. Further, the bridal lingerie should be tried on under the suit or dress with which it will be worn (at time of purchase) to make sure that the lines are harmonious. Silhouette coordination is important to every woman but particulary to the bride who wante to look her best. Stays Ntor Mother TRENTON. Mo. Wl — Alva Mc- Waid, 14, quit his trash-hauling Job luul look up watch repairing;. That allows him to stay at home and cnre for his 98-year-old mother. Rend Courier Newt Classified Adi. Why Not Give A Distinctive Wedding Gin? Something- to b« cherished and r«- nii'mhered—New Copper Chafing Dish, Silver Gifts in Sterling and [5 English Plate. Beverage Sets— Double Old Fashioned. AAOX -Theafre- Cn W«it Main St. In BlyfhevilU Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 On Our Wide-Vision Metallic Screen LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature Cripple Creek GEORGE BGOMEIT | A COLUMBIA PICTURE n KMIN BOOTH • JEROMt COIJRTUND • W1O1AM BBHOP • Wrtttj. ty Ridunl Ichty • t>«K\ti 6r Rt» m»m • • "•«"«• r>aan _AND— OOltMBtA (*3WtS l»"«* Also Cartoon TUBS., & WED. Double Feature AMOTMCft SHOCKM FROM THE MAKM Of "ftCKUP'M •« On WOtt. H.JO HAAS. 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