The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1954 · Page 1
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July 3, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY I, 1954 Mr§. Ntthin Wade, Society Editor • Phone 3-4461 Miss Shippen Complimented .At Luncheon OSCEOLA —. The beginning of a series of pre-nuptial parties for Miss Delia Shippen was marked yesttrday when she was complimented by two Osceolans ai a luncheon. Miss Shippen and her fiance, Graham Partlow of Blytheville will exchange vows in the late summer in a wedding of wide social interest in the county. Hostesses for the event Thursday were Mrs. Roy Cox, and Mrs. Ralph Woodruff, who entertained a group of 20 guests with a luncheon at the 50 Club. A pink color scheme prevailed throughout the club rooms. Soft pink carnations were combined with pink tapers in a crj'stal epergne, providing- the center of interest on the U shaped luncheon table. Pour crystal candelabras holding the same pink tapers were arranged about the table,. and were encircled by handmade fans of palms caught at the base with baby pink ribbons. A row of miniature pink wedding slippers, filled with the chosen flowers, was placed at the head of the table. Marking the seating arrangement were place cards adorned with pink feathered carnations in minute bouquets. : A printed, cotton frock was the bride's •- elect choice for the' afternoon's activities, and she wore white accessories. She was presented with a corsage of carnations in keeping •with the color scheme. Special guests included Mrs. Herbert T. Shippen, mother of the bride to-be ? and Mrs. H. G. PartT.->w, °f _ — T -. *Blytheville, mother of the oride- j /I//** /717/7 ^ /[/I fT groom-elect. They were given cor- J-"J-> • WlU JLK//J. • safes of pink carnations by the hostess. ••;.'. Other Blytheville guests attending included the sisters of Mr. Partlow, Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Jr., and Miss Pat Partlow. TO BECOME BRIDE — Miss Pearla Fay j Key of Dell will I become the bride of Robert Casey Conley July 25 at Dell Baptist Church, it is announced today by her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Grover Key. Kev-Conley Engagement Is Announced Garden Clubs Will Hold Flower Show Eastside Garden Club will hold its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Rustic Inn and will have as guests the Blytheville Garden Club. Arrangements in this meeting will be 'classified in three different divisions: song titles, adage or proverbs and current quotes. • Mrs. Ben Bugg is president of the group, Mrs. W. Leonard Smith is program chairman and Mrs. Mike Buchanan will be leader for the day. A film on chrysanthemums will be shown. Hosts for the affair are Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Era Gotcher of Steele. Mrs. Lee Hill, Mrs. .Raleigh Sylvester, Mrs. George McLeod. Mrs. John Waldon and Mrs. Earl Damon. Judges will be Mrs. Robert Bailey of Osceola, Mrs. George Barham, Miss Virginia Bowen and Mrs. Dorothy Robinson Pierce of Leachville. From 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. this show will be open to the public and'a tea will be held. MARRIED — Mr. and Mrs. John R. Krutz are shown following an 8 p.m. ceremony last night at the Assembly of God Church. Mrs. Krutz is the former Miss Jeanette Huey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman B. Huey. CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. E, D. Ferguson are shown cutting the cake at the reception in their honor yesterday afternoon when they celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary. (Courier Xews Photo) Celebrate Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson wece honored on their fiftieth wed- The hostesses presented Miss Shippen with a matching Sterling •Over ring holder, and pin cushion. which was set in a nest of gold doilies and veliow rosebuds was "1 t Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt and daughter, Gail, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, Jr., are in Sea Island. .Ga., for the Fourth of July holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Miley will join the group. Mri. Kelton. Francis, Mrs. Leslie ding anniversary when their daugh- j centered with a small cupid also ter, Mrs. Robert F. Smart and Dr. j holding yellow roses. Smart of Richmond, Va., enter-! Assisting ac the reception were tained with a reception in Fellow- Mrs _ w _ p ~ pryor _ Mrs A c Hal ship hall of the First Methodist | Mrs _ G; G Hubbard> Mrs Geo w . Church from 4 to 6 p. m. yester- j Pyles> Mrs _ j_ Merrm Jontz aad dav - ,. | Mrs. Ross Stevens at the punch Those in the receiving line were bovls and Mrs _ w _ N _ stanton Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Smart, and ^ A _ E _ Hunfcley serving the Dr. Smart and the Ferguson s j grandchildren. Robert Ferguson i IBardstown HD Club i Holds Meeting ! JOINER—Members of the Bards- j town Home Demonstration Club met Thursday in the home of Mrs. I Mary Seymour. The meeting was opened with roll call and group singing. Reports were made and plans for a picnic on July 16th were completed. A dress revue was held and win- Mr. and Mrs. Grover Key of Dellj today are announcing the engage- i ment and approaching marriage of! their daughter. Miss Pearla" Fayj Key, to Robert Casey Conley, son I ner was Mrs _ Sarah cissell . in the of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Conley of Ely-! game played Miss Betty Smith was the winner. j The hostess served party foods Blytheville of 1954. is a graduate and iced drinks at the conclusion Miss Key, who was selected Miss of Dell High School where- she was a majorette, member of the choir, cheerleader, a member of the Future Homemakers of America and participated on the basketball team. Mr. Conley attended Blytheville High School where,he participated in. several school activities. He is now employed by Carter's Grocery Store. I The wedding will solemnized July 25 at the Dell Baptist Church. of the meeting-. Smart and Miss Eleanor Tucker Smart- Mrs. Ferguson greeted her guests in a powder blue lace dress with rhinestone buttons and white satin trim and was presented with a Mrs. P. E." Cooley was in charge of the guest book. Other's assisting were Mrs. Elstner Beall of Wilson, Mrs. S. S. Patterson, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, Mrs. W. G- Pollard and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. To prevent- mildew, make sure your clothes and household goods are dry and clean and stored in a dry, clean place. Basements are generally considered bad places for summer storage. Useful in preventing mildew are automatic dehumidifying appliances, electric fans, chemicals that absorb moisture and At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed Nathan Carle, city Mrs. F. L. Cox. Sr., Luxora Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed James Houston Jones, city Elliott Cole, city Mrs. Frank Ashby, city Mrs. Quid a Beasiey, city Mrs- Cecile Cooper, city Mrs. Armeda Eubanks, city Petty and baby. Coming Events Saturday University Club has 9 p. m. dance. at Hotel Noble. Hosts for the affair are Mr. and Mrs, 'Bill Jontz. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McHaney. Monday Jewel Abernathy and Evelyn Stafford Circles meet at Trinity Stanford Circles meet at Trinity Baptist Church for 2 p.m. business meeting. . . Mildred Matthew Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets with Mrs. Carl Pate at 7:30 p.m. Love Group of First Christian Church has 8 p.m. meeting at the home of Mrs. J. C. Lowe. Tuesday Marion Cook Circle of Trinity Baptist Church meets at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. W. W. Lowe. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting. Garden Club Tea at Rustic Inn from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thursday Mrs. Sally Freeman is hostess to Chillion Club. Duplicate Bridge League of Country Club meets at the Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge League meets at Hotel Noble, at 1 p.m. Bartholomew-Belknap wedding at First Baptist Church at 10 a.m. Krutz-Huey Rites Solemnized -In an 8 o'clock ceremony last night at the Assembly of God Church, Miss Barbara Jeannette Huey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman B. Huey, became the bride of John Rudolph Krutz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah S. Krutz. Baskets of white gladioli interspersed with greenery and white tapers in wrought iron candelabra formed the background for the wed- Dismissed Mrs. James Burdette electric bulbs kept burning in small! Mrs. Ila Mae Wingfield.. Hayti white orchid corsage. Mrs. Smart and her daughter were dressed in pink organdie and wore rosebud corsages. The table from which the guests Those assisting at the reception were presented yellow carnation pink I corsages tied in gold. Gold baskets of other garden flowers were used about the room. clothes closet. Gibson and Misses Irene Barnes} were ser ved was centered with cut j Mrs. R. R. Jayroe and Mrs. C. M. and Mary Dowdy will leave -Sunday j crys tal candelabra holding gold j Smart, organists, and Mrs. George for Little Rock where thev will at- . . ...... epergne tapers and an attached tend a State Beautification Board j fmed w i :h yellow roses. Meeting. | Q eitner end of tne table were 1 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Damon and! wu , „ , H^-IC TT™ mk-p TU^l-P daughter. Mary Lou. of North Little j cr ? stal P unch b °* ls ' The cake j |} a ^_ Rock are visiting relatives here. M Lee. soloist, provided music. Herbert Joyner who is working in Mexico. Mo., will spend the holiday weekend with his family. Guests- of Mr. and Mrs. W L. Davidson and sons are Mrs. Davidson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shockney of Jonesboro, and her and daughter of Parkersburg, W. Va-. xvere the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. E- Wimberly and sons last nieht. Mrs. Odis Shepherd will leave tomorrow for Toledo. Ohio, where she will enroll in the University Sports Special brother, Mr. J. H. Shockney, and | Qf To!edo Graduate School. Mrs Mrs. Shockney of St. Louis. ; Snepherci is the recipient of Delta Kappa Gamma's Hazel Dabney Mr. and Mrs. Pets Burnham and daughter Carol Sue. are vacation- in Torrance, Calif., where they are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burnham. Misses Edna anc. Sherrie Overman of Chicago, 111., are visiting Gamma's Scholarship, an annual in-service award for graduate study. Mrs. Tom Miller of Indianoia. Miss., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Lucv McAdams. Mrs. David M. Barton and their sisters, Misses^ Bernice ^and j da ;, ghlei , Kay o{ C atron, Mo, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Keefe and j Cliffe Overman, and Mrs. Leon Jones and Mr. Jones. Miss Marian Mayes, who has spent the past year in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she taught school j •will arrive in Memphis by plane j Tuesday morning and will be met by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes. Mrs. Gaylord Lewis who has been daughter. Darian, of Memphis were guests of Mr. • and Mrs. W. M. Burns yesterday. Kay and Darian remained with their grandparents for an extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. B. T- Ladner have guests this \veek end their Carole Ann. and Miss as _______ daughter, a patient in the Eye, Ear Nose and j Betty Card of .Tupelo. Miss. Throat Hospital, Memphis, will ar- I Mrs- F. D. Underwood who has rive home today. . j been a patient in a Baptist Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal will spend the weekend in Paris, Tenn., visiting Mrs. Rosenthal's brother, Mr. Ewell Weinberg and Mrs. Weinberg. Mrs. C. R. Branson and two child- will arrive home today. Mrs. Underwood was to come home Tuesday but had to remain for several days. Her daughter Mrs. H. H. Houchins. is with her* T, v t > T « , = Mrs. Charles Gerrald and Mrs. ^^™*?%'£L?™™*™\ Marvin Robinson and her mother, left La., and Mrs. F. E. Hathorn and two children. Susan and Judy, of Hattiesburg, Miss., are visiting their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker. Dr. Ed Erwin and family of Lit- McCarthy, yesterday for Coral Gables, Fla.. where 1 they will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson. Condition of Mrs. J. S. Hughes. tie Rock were the overrent guests of: mother of Miss Menu Hughes who Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson an d ^ a patient m the Baptist Memo- family. The Erwin's were enrouce > rial Hospital. Memphis is sligntlj •to Louisville, Ky.. where he has i improved, but she is still on the accepted a r.ev position. i critical list, Mrs Hughes _ «m .Mrs. Irta Smith of Sikeston. Mo., i Room 415. Mrs. F. L Reio and j will be the weekend guest of Mr. and i Miss Effie Lee Terrell have been Mrs. Floyd Simpson. i in Memphis with Miss Hughes. Mrs. Eunice Young and Miss! Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brown aref Winnie Virgil Turner will spend i spending today in Memphis. A magazine rack DUIU, on the back of a door will give you added storage space for your favorite reading matter without taking away needed floor space. SAN DIEGO OP)—The Mitchell The. Rev. j. C. Dickinson, pastor of the church, officiated at the ceremony. Miss Nancy Bratcher. pianist, and Mrs. Charlie Krutz soloist, provided . mtisic for the occasion. Miss Bratcher's selections included. "With This Ring, I Thee Wed," ''The Lord's Prayer," and Oh! Perfect Love." Mrs. Krutz's selection was "I Love You Truly." Miss Bratcher was gowned in pink "net over pink taffeta and Mrs. Krutz wore aqua lace over aqua taffeta. They were presented with white carnations corsages. Miss Deloria Jean Huey, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and ers were Eugene Ray and Rondal Johnson. Mrs Huey wore a steel gray nylon dress trimeed with pearl buttons and was presented with a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Krutz was dressed in navy blue with matching accessories and was presented with white carnations. Reception Held Following the ceremony the bride's parents were hosts for a reception in the parsonage of the church. The bride's table was overlaid with lace cloth and the three-tier cake, set in a nest of greenery .and sweet peas, was topped with a miniature bride and groom. Those assisting at the reception were Mrs. J. C. Dickinson, Mrs. Virgle Hopkins and Mrs. Charlie Krutz. Mrs.Don Huey was in charge of the bride's book. White carnation corsages were presented those assisting. The couple left on a wedding trip to Illinois and upon their return will reside at Flat' Lake, where the groom is engaged in farming. A rubber-base paint is best for a cement basement floor. Consult your paint, dealer for more information regarding the type of paint suitable for a particular job. The next night Mrs. Lanke tried it at home in her shiny new kitchen. Things got a bit out of hand, however, and the double size steak went up in smoke. . Firemen estimated the damage at S125. When glassware nicks on the edges, rub it smooth again with fine sandpaper. . i Father Gives Bride | The bride, who was given away i by her father, was gowned in white I nylon net over white bridal satin ' with three quarter length sleeves. i her finger tip veil of misty illusion i i fell from a half hat. She carried' I a white Bible topped with a white j orchid. i The grooms' brother, Charlie Krutz. served as best man and ush- ! ter. Rose of Kennett, Mo. RHEUMATIC ARTHRITIC flCTIMS Offered fatter Eeli«f Fro. Ptm InUria Co»ud T»bkt- Qn tatm blood *tn*m from . in not nauseate. Reduces oric icid. vmp quick. 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Wood row Fisher Sue Burnett Neat as a pin and delightfully ri ^ ... r comfortable in not weather'is this Mr. a'nd Mrs. Roy Woods are in half-size bare arm dress paired Memphis with Mrs. Woods' father, ' N. F. Hartsoe, who underwent major surgery yesterday. His condition is satisfactory. with a pert button-on capelet. Pattern No. 8107 is in sizes 12 !2 . Size 14!'2. dress. 3V 2 yards"'of 39inch: cape, % yard; 1' 4 yards contrast. ; Summertime is also poison ivy For this pattern, send 30c in time for campers, picnickers and COINS, your name, address, size; on home Since these poisonous plants are j courier News,"""372 found in practically all parts of j Street, Chicago 6, 111. the country, it's a good safety mea-1 Send 25 cents now ior your copy sure t.o know them on sight. I of BaJ;ic > FASHION. Spring '54. i*"^T"i & fHino 1 tf\ WQ t/"*H • ic rVio \JLl\Z 1/1J111J«5 lAJ >\ C* OL-il iO WllC W. 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