The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 6, 1954 · Page 2
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*ACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY •, 1W4 Society News Mis* Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor * Phone 3-4461 Miss Sylvia Moody Becomes Bride Mr. .ind Mrs. Charles Aaron Moody are today announcing the marriage of their daughter, Miss Sylvia Jane Moody, to Allan Moody, ton of Allen Cerron* Moody, Sr., and the late Mrs. Moody. The wedding was solemnized June 30 in Hernando, Miss., with the Rev. W. D. Whitten, pastor of the First Baptist Church officiating. The bride was dressed in a beige linen dress and wore matching accessories. -'Mrs. Moody was graduated from Gosnell High School and later attended Arkansas, State College. She is now empio'yed b" y Garner-Harrison law firm in Memphis. : Mr. Moody was graduated from -Blytfeeville High School and Arkansas State College. He served two years in the armed forces and is now employed by the First National Bank in Memphis. ; The couple will reside at 111 Montgomery in Memphis. Baptist Group Is Entertained With Party The Ruth Class of- the Immanuel Baptist Church were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Stallings, Thursday night when they were entertained with a watermelon supper. •Games were .under the direction of Mrs. R. V. Ga'ines and Mrs. Charles Sigman. The hostess was assisted in serving by k Mrs. Jolley Leggett and Mrs. Gaines. .: Guests of the group were the Rev. and Mrs- Charles Watkins, Patty Bowers, Donna Simmons, Waylon';Meadows, Eugene Robertson and Kenneth Storey. Marriage Licenses ceived a marriage license from the county clerk-'s office: Elmer; C. Goft of Manila and Mary Bell Waggle of Blytheville. Max G. Anderson and Shirley June Hardesty, .both of Blytheville. Mrs. F. E. Black and Mrs. G. W- Pyles left this morning for St. Louis where they will spend several days. The Rev. and Mrs; W. J. Fitzhugh and sons, Jordan and Marion, left this.! afternoon for. Magnolia where he is to "be rector of St. Jame's Church. The Fitzhugh family has lived in Blytheville for the past six years while he has been priest in charge of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Blytheville and Calvary Epsicopal Church in Osceola. Peggy Bridge League Conducts Games Winners of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League met at Hotel Noble Saturday afternoon. Winners in the games played were Mrs. Bert Lynch and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins, first, Mrs. O. W. McCutchen and Mrs. Jim Roleson, second, and Mrs. Foy Etchieson and Mrs. George Wiggs, ,third. A winners game will be played at HotelPeabody in Memphis Sunday at 7 p.m. and a winners game will be conducted here July 15. Ann Taylor is spending YarbroWSCS Has Program And Meeting Members of the Yarbro Women's Society of Christian Society met last night at the club house with Mrs. Nita Bunch as hostess. several days in Memphis as guest of her grandmother. Mrs. Margaret Kulp, and other relatives. She was motored there Sunday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe. Out of town guests here JBYiday j for the reception given in honor of ' Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson, who celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary, were Mr. and Mrs- W. M. Ferguson of Cape Girardeau, Mo.,. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Haley of Siloam Springs, Ark., and Mr. and .Mrs. J. W. Bader of Lilbourn, Mo• Guests of Mr. and Mrs- W. E. j Rhoads and family over the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Chalk Group singing opened the meet- C " charge of the program, "Women In the Rural Communities." Mrs. Monroe Besharse, Jr., presided over the business session. The Golden Age Committee for. the month was appointed. Those on the committee are Mrs. G. T. Gracy and Mrs. Kate'Bunch. One guest, Mrs. John R. Krutz, was present. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostess served refreshments. You can give your cooking range a new look by replacing old handles with new ones in colors that will match kitchen decoration. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bcttyc Nelle Stan- of Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Chalk of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. John Chalk of Kennett. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd French and sons spent the week end in Mammoth Springs and Camp, Ark. They were the guests of Mrs. French's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Ira Smith and her sister Mrs. J. P. Plumlee and'Mr. Plumlee. , Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. week end in Sikeston where she visited her daughter, Peggy Jo. .Guests of Mr- and Mrs. W. L. Hoover were their grandchildren, Ann and Glenda McKay, their son, Charles Edward Hoover of Memphis, and Mrs. Hoover's nephew, Charles Mason, Mrs. Mason and children of Pasagoula, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cunningham are the parents of a son born July 1. The baby has been named Dan- j ny Charles. Cpl and Mrs. Wade Reeves. Jr. are the parents of a son, their first, born Friday afternoon-at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. The baby has been named Ronald O'Neal. Cpl" Reeves arrived home Saturday morning on a 18-day furlough. ' Miss Hazel Linsman arrived Sunday from Munich, Germany to spend a vacation with her mother, Mrs. Zula Linsman. Miss Linsin plans to remain in the states three months and at the end of that time she will return to Germany where she- is associated with the Southern Area Command Engineers Division, Accounting Section. Miss Loretta Maibes of St Louis is the guest of Bobby Baygett and his parents, Mr. Baggett. . and Mrs. -C. S. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Chisum ot. Kalamazoo, Mich, are visiting Mr. Chisum's mother, Mrs. J- C. Chisum, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Eallman have returned from Anderson, S. C., where they visited Mr. Hallman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Hallman. His sister, Mrs. C. E. Priqe returned home with them for a visit. Guest of T. J. Nance are Mrs. B. Sheenan and son, Jerry, Buddy Nehl, Mike Ehrlich and Mrs. Ina Baldwin of St. Louis. Mrs. J. H. Seeman and daughter, Carole, are spending several weeks in Stuttgart, Ark., with Mr. Seeman who is employed there. Miss Mary Alice McWaters has been awarded a certificate by Ma- were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Peter- i rine Studios, Florida's oceanarium, SOUTHWESTERN ATMOSPHEFE — These clothes, designed in Dallas, reflect the atmosphere of the Southwest. Pation separates (left) combine rhumba blouse with full, four-gore skirt that has screen print of Mexican hats in beige and black. Imported cotton is used for trim business suit (center) with rounded shoulder line and fitted, belted jacket. Stand-up collar is in Irish linen. Mix-match coordinates in white pique are a special design for the expectant mother; have rickrack trim in contrasting color. There's a skirt to complete this trio. (By NEA Woman's Editor) Smart and children returned to their home in Richmond, Va., yesterday after maving been the guests of Mrs. Smart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Newell,. Jr. and sons of Memphis were guests of Mrs- Newell's mother, Mrs. Leslie Hooper yesterday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olen_ Cooksey over the holiday week endi NFMS Conducts Meeting Here Members of the Nazarene Foreign Missionary Society met at the church last night with 21 present. Mrs. Harold Thompson, Sr., was in charge of the program whicn opened with group singing. Mrs. Mildred Mayo led the opening prayer and Mrs. Oscar Alexander presided over the business session. The Rev. Harold Thompson, Sr., gave the devotional and Mrs. Horace Halford taught the mission study book. The group was dismissed with prayer by the Rev. J. Louis Emmert, pastor of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Woodruff arc spending the Fourth of July in .Fort Smith. Miss Anne Massey and Miss Jo- from Ardmore, Okla. : Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Smith and son, Larry, are vacationing in Atlanta, Ga. Dwight Johnson is leaving Monday for Mammoth Springs, where he will attend Young Mens Christian Association Camp. Osceola "boys attending Boy Scout Camp at Hardy are Skipper George, Bobbie Gilbert, Phil Johnson, Vin Speck, Buddy Holly, Wallace Colbert, .Bobbie Cheatam and James Marcus Williams. ' An Osceola Visitor during the week. Miss Janet Andrews of Portsmouth, Va., who is visiting Mrs. Elsie Edrington, was complimented Wednesday night when Mrs. John A. Edrington" invited forty to her mother's home for a drop-in. The honoree was presented a corsage.- The refreshment table was covered by a lace cloth and centered with an arrangeemnt of daisies and pastel asters. Minor Taylor was host to his Tuesday Night Suppper Club at the Se^^^ole Club. Joe Cromer-is taking treatments at St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis. Miss Lydia McDowell of Washington, D. C., is visiting Mrs. R. C. Bryan, The two were classmates in j college. ' j Miss Bebe Levenstein and Miss i Mary Elizabeth Balloue left today j to spend two weeks at Myrtle j Beach, -S. C. Mrs. John Owens of Senatobia, Miss., is visiting her son, Leroy j Owens, and family. ' ( Mrs. Earl-Futch and son, John, have returned to their home in Ocala, Fla., after spending three weeks with Mrs. John W. Edrington. She was accompanied home by her nephew, Bard Edrington, Jr., who will visit with them for several weeks. Miss Gratis Lawrence spent the week with relatives in Lake Village. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Prewitt are vacationing in Havana, Cuba. Friends of Mrs. E. M. Jaffe, a former Osceola resident will be interested in hearing she underwent surgery for glaucoma of the eye in a. Cincinnati hospital recently and was brought home Monday and her j condition is satisfactory. The Jaf-! fes make their home in Somerset, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Crane ana Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke celebrated their wedding anniversaries, jointly Tuesday night at the Seminole Club .vhen they entertained at dinner.. The Crane's celebrated their It3h anniversary. It was the ninth anniversary for the Hokes. • Miss -,'Bettye Ann Whitworth is visiting her parents this week. Miss Whitworth' teaches school in Memphis. Mr. and. Mrs. I. M. Castlio of Luxora had as their house guests for the dance Saturday night given by the Luxora Couples Dance Club, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dolan of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holdeo Of Newport. Miss Marjorie Doyle and Miss Julia Mae Morrison complimented * recent bride, Mrs. Arthur Frt•ter, the former Miss Agnes Ward, with a dessert canasta party Tuesday night at the home of Miss Doyle. Roses were used to decorate the Doyle home. Mrs. Frazier, WM presented a f iff by the hos- *•«•«•. TTi« Presbyterian Youhg People MiU«f, HI, ~.=lth a swimming' party followed by dlnner at the University Club in Memphis. Har-ry- is leaving soon to join the Air Force. The Young Beo- pie's sponsor, Miss Marjorie Doyle, and several other friends were invited to bid Harry Bon Voyage. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller, Jr., Mrs. Miller being Public Health Nurse. Harry was among those to have graduated in June from Osceola High School. son of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Rusken of St Louis visited Mrs. rtusken's mother, Mrs. Virginia Webster over the weekend. Mrs. John McMillian of Memphis is spending the week here visiting Mrs. Johnny Young. Mrs. Frank Whitworth -has returned from California. In Chula Vista, she was the guest of Mrs. Joe Watson and daughter, Mary Jo, she attended the graduation of Mary Jo from high school and in Los Angeles, she attended a hair styling school. Visitors earn this certificate at Marineland by feeding. jumping porpoises by hand. If you are one of those people who believes that health is all-important and beauty counts for little, remember that a healthy body is an attractive one. Exercising to keep the stomach trim, for example, is an aid to good health. Calvary-Baptist Group Entertained Members of the Junior Department of the Calvary Baptist Church were entertained at the church Friday night with a social. The Rev. J. H. Melton led in opening prayer followed by group singing. • ] During the evening Jerry Cockrell and Paul Mason presented a skit. A duet was sung by Misses Diane and Shirley Branscum and a devotional was given by Jimmy Garner. on the lawn. To give your body complexion a wonderful glow and stimulate sluggish circulation as well, give yourself a salt scrub. Using table salt sprinkle a body brush and scrub every inch of your body. Then follow this with a shower. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: city baby, Deborah Gullett, Rt. 1, Jackie Wagnoh, city Micheal Ham, Rt. 1 city Harold Harry, Rt- 1^ city Mrs. Rene George, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Louise Blackwell and Oeceola , W. F. Lucius, city Mrs. Delbert Pritt and baby, city Donna Poole, city Deborah Powell, city Mrs. Clara Aiken, city Recic Malone, Osceola Mrs. Drew Hughey, city William Privett, city Mrs. Hoyt Hester, Steele Mrs. Phillip Reed Graves and baby, city Mrs. William Boone and baby, city . Mrs. Bert Trumble and twins, city H. H. Carter, city Will Burell, city Mrs. Sadie Cunningham and baby, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Inez Gonzalez and baby, city Mrs. Betty Bennett and baby, city Mrs. Earl Franklin Griffin, city Mrs.': Harold Lewis, city Miss Martha Ann Duvall, Delta Plains, Ark. Baby .Kathy Brady, Manila Arthur Anderson, city Ha Mae Wingfield, Hayti You'll save yourself a lot of headaches if you spend a little mom money when.buying paint brushes. The bristles of cheap brushes coma loose when painting' and thus do not guarantee a smooth coat- A large salt shaker is best for sprinkling meat, fish and patties with flour/ It avoids waste and mess. If your hands are small, don't wear pointed nails. Wear rings set in small feminine designs. Avoid heavy rings and wide bracelets. . When you're storing lettuce in the refrigerator, use a paper towel rather than a cloth bag. Then the leaves won't turn rusty looking. For a good foot exercise, try this. Put a pencil down on the floor, and then pick it up with your toes. Do Mrs. Dorothy Drewery spent the this 20 to 40 times with each foot. AIR CONDmOMED BY REFR1GE&AHON Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritz <fc Rosy Program Announcements Tues., *«„<*"*' YOUR'SECRET LOVE'GAT; HAS HER BIGGEST HIT OF ALL IN Tliur. & Fri. Our Semi-Annual Clearance of Spring and Summer Shoes is Now in Progress ITS THE ULTRA-NEW LOOK IN MUSICALS FROM WARNER fastest-paced pleasure ever to spread a wide Smile across the face of the screen.' K) ULTRA Tkftittmc NiwSoNCS? 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