The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1954 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 17, 1954
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1954 Society News llnrv SnnW.v Flrlitnr f MIM Millie Ann Mallory, Society Editor Phone 3-4461 TO BE BRIDE Capt. Iren Johnson, daughter of Mrs. C. E. Johnson, will become the bride of u Captain Arthur C. Nenno of Roulette, Pa. Captain Johnson Engaged to Captain Nenno Mrs. C. E. Johnson today an nounces the engagement and ap preaching marriage of her daugh ter, Capt. Irene Johnson, to Capt Arthur C. Nenno- of Roulette, Pa. Capt. Johnson is now completing a tour of duty at Letterman Army Hospital in San Francisco. During World War Two, she served li months in England, France, Bel gium and Germany. She served 21 months in Korea. Capt. Johnson is a graduate of Blytheville High School and Memphis Nursing School. Capt. Nenno is now serving with the Seneca Ordinance Depot at Romulus., N. Y. Plans for the wedding and *fche date will be announced later. Scallops Make The Trim 8938 32-46 By Sue Burnett Daytime flattery in a style for women. Scallops on sleeves and slanted accent give a touch of the professional seamstress. Pattern No. 8S38 is in sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 34, 3%; yards of 39-inch. i For this pattern, send 30c inj COINS, your name, address, size; desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Blytheville 1 Mrs. Van Cleve Honored At Shower Here Mrs. Joe Van Cleve, who is moving to Monette, was guest of honor at a handkerchief shower at the home of Mrs. Warren Davidson last night. Winner in the games played was Mrs. J. H. Richardson. Mrs. Davidson was assisted by Mrs. Eddie Northcutt and Doria Coalter. Mrs. Patricia Gracy Has Birthday Patricia Gracy was honored on ber birthday yesterday' at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Gracy. Carolyn Henson and Jerry Lynn Wheeler were winners in the ;ames played during the afternoon. Ice cream and birthday cake were served at the conclusion of the games. Mrs. D. G. Gracy was assisted by Mrs. Montelle Gracy. Armorel HD Hub Has Meeting Members of the Armorel Home Demonstration Club met in the home of Mrs. W. Leonard Smith Tuesday for a potluck luncheon. Mrs. Smith gave a demonstration n flower arrangement and the remainder of the afternoon was spent nformally. Miss Per la Key Complimented With Shower Miss Pearla Fay Key of Dell, bride-elect of Robert Casey Conley of Blytheville, was guest of honor Thursday night at a miscellaneous shower at the Dell High School home economics cottage. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. A. E. Caldwell, Mrs. Harry Cook, Mrs. C. A. Smith. Mrs. Floyd Tate and Mrs. Udell Newsom. The table where the gifts were displayed was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink and white snapdragons holding a miniature bride and groom. Miss Key wore a brown cotton dress with pink accessories and was presented with a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Grover Key, mother of the bride, and Mrs. J. C. Conley, mother of the groom, were presented with white carnation corsages. Refreshments of punch and individual cakes were served. Coming Events Circles Monday of the First Baptist Church meet in homes. Circle One meets with Mrs. Russell Marr; Circle Two meets with Mrs. Earl Damon; Circle Three meets with MTrs. Hubert Polsgrove; Circle Four meets with Mrs. Byron Nail; :ircle Five meets with Mrs. C. E. Edds; Circle Six meets with Mrs. Alvin Huffman, Sr.; Circle Seven meets with Mrs. E. L. Hale. The Katie Hatton YWA of the First Baptist Church meets in the church office at 7 p.m. Business Women's Circle Num- 3er Nine meets with Mrs. W. J. Rodgers at 7:30 p.m. Circles of the First Methodist ihurch meet in homes. Circle One meets with Mrs. E. B. Gee; Circle Two meets with Mrs. R. H. Kirby; 'ircle Three meets with Mrs. Vtarcus Evrard; Circle Four meets with Mrs. J. A. Bryant; Circle Five meets with Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe: Circle Six meets with drs. Paul Pryor and Circle Seven meets with Mrs. T. H. Caraway. The Brotherhood of the First Baptist Church meets at the ;hurch at 7 p.m. The Jewel Abernathy and Eveyn Stanford Circles of the Trinity Bits of News m»4 Joe Ferguson, Jr., and daughter, Katharine, left yesterday for their home in Savannah, Ga., after visiting Mr. Ferguson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson, Jr. Billiard Peterson is spending the week end in Little Rock visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Peterson. Mrs. Louis Trowbridge and sons of St. Louis are visiting Mrs. Trowbridge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch have returned home after spending several days in St. Louis and Godfrey, 111. 'In St. Louis, they attended the ball games, Miss Patsy Renfro is spending several days in Parkin, Ark., visiting her sister, Mrs. Hardy Childers and family. Walter Marble, Jr., son of Mr. S. 3 major surgery at the LeBonheur Hospital in Memphis this week. His condition is reported as satisfactory. He is in Room 309. Mr. and Mrs. Garrard Caudill are the parents of a daughter born yesterday at Methodist Hospital in Memphis. They have another Mrs. Moody Guest Of Honor At Shower Mrs. Allan Moody, the forme Miss Sylvia Moody, was guest o honor last night when ladies of th Gosnell Baptist Church entertaine' with a miscellaneous shower. The table where the gifts wer displayed was centered with an um brella, and mixed garden flower were used throughout the enter taining rooms. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. Leon French, Mrs. Imogene Castill and F. E. Lucius. Mrs. Moody wore a beige dres, and was presented a novelty cor sage. Cooter News daughter, Mary. Mrs. John Caudill is going to Memphis today to visit Mrs. Caudill and her new daughter. The Cooier Lions Club are stalling flood lights at their park, which is located in the new part at Cooter. The light system was purchased with donations from members and boosters in the Cooter district. The Lions also have organized a Little League team this summer which is composed of 30 members They have bought new suits and equipments for the team. The managers are Hal Rhea, Hack Norrid and Joe Burton. Trees Condition of Allan Fredrickson, have been planted on the park Baptist Church meets church at 2 p.m. The at the Mildred Marriage Licenses The following couples have re- eived marriage licenses from the Bounty clerk's office: Billy Joe - Button and Laura VTeacham, both of Manila. Robert E. Cox and Mabel Book- r, both of Blytheville. Roland Merser, Jr., of Hot Iprings and June Berchfield of Blytheville. James Buford of Kalamazoo, VTich., and Shirley Evans of Blytheville. Matthew Circle meets at the home Mrs. Bobby Webb at 7:30 p.m. Women of the Presbyterian Church meet at the church. The executive board meets at 2 p.m.: the circles meet at 2:30 p.m. and a general meeting will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday The Marion Cook Circle of the Trinity Baptist Church meets with Miss Bernice Overman at 7:30 p.m. The Octave Club meets with Mrs. Garth Castlio. Wednesday Mrs. R. C. Allen is hostess to infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Fredrickson who is a patient in Le- Bonheur Children's Hospital in Memphis, is considerably improved. The Rev. and Mrs. Richard Besancon of Madison, Wise., are visiting Mrs. J. C. Harnish and other friends for several days. Mrs. Besancon is the former Miss Vannye Whitley. Mrs. Vena Henley of Flint. Mich., is spending several' days here visiting Mr. and Mrs, E. R. Jackson and other friends. Mrs. Oraza Young and son, Dennis, of St. Louis have returned to their home after having spent several days here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sevier are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jordan and son, Jimmie, of Alexandria, La. . Herbert Joyner, ,who is working in Louisiana, Mb., is spending the week end here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. John Odell and family and Mrs. Virginia Ingram of Torrance, Calif., will arrive Monday to spend several days xvith Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jackson. and other playground eqipment is expected to be put in by late summer. Club Eight. Thursday The Chillion Club meets with Mrs. W. A. Hollingsworth. The Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs. Robert McHaney. The Northeast Arkansas Sectional Bridge Tournaments begins at Hotel Noble. The Trinity Baptist YWA meets with Marcella .Ray at 7 p.m. Monthly luncheon for Ladies of the Country Club and guests at 1 p.m. Northeast Friday Arkansas Sectional The trick in laundering sweat- rs successfully is never to lift he sweater out of a basin of F ater. Let the water out first since weight of the water will stretch he sweater out of shape. Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION, fall and winter '54 contains a wealth of sewing ideas for every woman who sews for herself and her family. Send 25 cents now for your copy. RHEUMATIC ARTHRITIC VICTIMS Pa, ter Int«ri« Co*ud Tabtat. . ijr «««, blood str^m from inl«tlB«. Will not nonsaat*. Reducw nrie acid. srony quick, loneer ksttng relief to deep- TT paln «- G* 1 *«nuin« A.R. Pain R«Ii«f t4. KIRBY ORDG STORES Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE Always Cool & Comfortable """SUNOAYl'MONDAY -July 18 & 19- Tanganyika... Land of The Hunter And The Hunted . . . Ruled By A Madman's Dunasty of Terror .. . Conquered By A Woman Whose Love Was the Prize In the Most Dangerous Game of All! \\ LAST TIMES TODAY Double Feature V e/utr , FROM] OI/Tfff SPACE A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE —AND— REX ALLEN Red River Shore •Bridge Tournament at Hotel Noble. - v Saturday Northeast Arkansas Sectional Bridge Tournament at Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Cooper accompanied Mrs. Jerry Brown to Memphis Wednesday to see Mr. Brown, who is in the Isolation Hospital slowly recovering from polio, which struck him three weeks ago. Gene Hopper, who recently was graduated' from Arkansas State at Jonesboro, left this week for Wardell, where he has accepted a position as teacher in the high school. George Ladd and daughter, Jean, and Miss Patricia Hinson will leave Sunaay for Los Angeles, Calif., to get Mrs. Ladd, who has been there for two weeks with her mother, who is seriously ill. j A. M. Hinson and Jack Maclin will spend this week end in St. Louis with the latter's daughter, Mrs. Buddy Wagster, and Mr. Wagster. While there they will attend the ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nance and daughters of Gary, Ind., have arrived for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Nance, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Airs. Tom Hopper and Mr. and Mrs. Guss Cooper are spending the week end in St. Louis with Mr, and Mrs. Dick Michie and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hopper. Harold Hinson of Luray, Tenn., spent Wednesday here with his father. A. M. Hinson, and also drove to Kennett to visit James Hinson and Miss Ada Louise Hinson. Mrs. Holly Mack Brown and children of Poplar Bluff are spending this week here with relatives. She and Mrs. Jerry Brown were in Memphis Tuesday to see Jerry Brown, who is in . the hospital there. Mrs. Bill Lester and children are visiting relatives in Pinton, j Mich., for two weeks. Mrs. James A. Rollins of Sa Osceolans Attend Baptist Assembly OSCEOLA—Mrs .Percy P. Herring, Mrs. R. H. Jones, Mrs. J. H. Bass and daughter, Jimmie Lynn, and Helen Moore returned Thursday night from 10 days spent at Ridgecrest Baptist Assembly, Ridgecrest, N. C., attending a Sunday School Conference of administration and teaching methods. Enroute the party stopped at Chattanooga and Lookout Mountain; visited Mt. Mitchell, Chimney Rock and other scenic spots in and around Asheville, and returned by way of Gatlinburg and the Hermitage at Nashville. Bill Dillard of Osceola is serving on the Ridgecrest staff for the entire summer along with 400 other students fro mthe 67 Southern Baptist colleges and universities. Other Osceola students who have served on the Ridgecrest staff in recent years include J. Edward Teaford; Dr. Margaret E. Jones, and David Pendergrast. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Julius Snead, Jr., Hermondale. Mrs. Jimmy Medford, city. Mrs. Ernest Ham, city. Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Frank Wardlaw, city. Mrs. Ellen White, city. Mrs. Estella Ford, city'. Mrs. Eloise Roden, city. John Layde, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Tollie Campbell, Rt; 3, city. Mrs. Mollie Rose, city. Miss Evelyn Knighten, city. Jerry Elkins, Manila. Dixie Curtis, Rt. 3, city. Mrs. Jessie Fondren, city. Baby Kisner, Manila. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr S. w. (Bud) Bowker is a patient in Baptist Hospital, where he will undergo surgery. He is in Room 555. Mrs. Jettie Driver and sons, and Mrs. Frank Williams and sons are vacationing' at Lake James, Ind., They expect to be away until -Mid- August. Dr. M. S. Nichol and Guy Robbins flew to McAllister, Okla. Mrs. F. B. Blackstone of Corinth, Miss., is spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. William Nichol and Dr. M v S. Nichol and their families. Mrs, Dave Barber and children of Nashville, Term, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ford. Warner St. John of. Little Rock is visiting his sister, Mrs. Boyd White and family. Mrs. White com-' plimented him Tuesday night with Jr., and family of Cordell, Okla., to spend two weeks. He will fly home and be met in Memphis by his mother, Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Jr., Mrs. Billy Ayres entertained the home west of Osceola. Summer flowers filled the house. Mrs. Ayres served her guests a salad plate. Mrs. Hiram Alexander was hast- tess to her Thursday Canasta Club. Her special guest was Mrs. Jeannette Boushe of Jonesboro, who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. T. Lytle. Mrs. Alexander served a dessert Juan, Puerto Rico, Mrs. Elvin In- ram of Shreveport, La., and Mrs. Burley Alford of Sikeston have oined other relatives here at the Dedside-of their mother, Mrs. Jack 'Ceil, who is seriously ill at the Blytheville Hospital. Corp.' Wayne Allen Neil of Ft. 'ampb'ell, Ky., and Sgt. Gean Raymond Neil, who has been sta- ioned in Cambridge, Md., spent ast week end here with Mr. and VIrs. J. W. Neil. They "came espec- ally to see their grandmother, VIrs. Jack Neil, who is seriously 11. Gean Raymond left this week or Miami, Fla., where he is being transferred. Miss Jessica Arm Perry has re- urned to Jonesboro to resume her ;lasses at Arkansas State, after a hort vacation spent at'home. Danny Mack McClure is sick with the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Adran Alexander and Mrs. Jerry Brown were in Memphis Thursday to see the later's husband. I a backyard supper, followed by dancing. • Mrs. Earl Robbins invited as her guests Thursday to join her bridge club Mrs. Wallace Hoke, Mrs. Hugh Allan, Mrs. Louis George and Mrs. Bruce Colbert. A dessert course was served. Sixty of the younger set were invited to the Seminole Club for a dance Thursday night, when Mrs. Roy Cox entertained for her son, Gene, and his cousin, Bobby Harrison, of Brinkley and for Miss Carol Patterson of Chattanooga Tenn., who is visiting Miss Carmen Poitras. Refreshments were served throughout the evening. Mrs. Bob- Reidy entertained with a tea at the 50 Club Tuesday afternoon complimenting Mrs. Russell Harrison of Brinkley. Summer flowers dominated the floral decorations. Jim Hawkins of Nashville, will arrive today to spend a week with Miss Joanne Cullom. While he is here Miss Cullom and her grandfather, J. R. Cullom. Sr., will take him to Norfork Lake on a fishing trip. Mrs. Tal Tongate was histess to the Town and Country Canasta Club when it met with her Thursday for a one o'clock luncheon. Zinnias, daisises and marigold were used throughout " the Tongate's country home. Mrs. Jack Uzzelle was a guest. D. H. Blackwood left Friday for an extended visit in Los Angeles, Calif. Wednesday night his mother, Mrs. Dwight Blackwood, celebrated her birthday by inviting her family to her home for a birthday dinner. Garden flowers were placed around the living room and were used for the dining table centerpiece. Mrs. Ray Owens is moving to Memphis to make her home with her mother and sister. Mrs. Ray Morgan and children. Mrs. Hiram Alexander, and children were Memphis visitors Wednesday. Ranny Cullom returned home with his aunt, Mrs. A. H. Williams, ••••*••••»••••••••• plate. Mrs. Jack Wilson was hostess to members of her club when it met Wednesday at the Seminole Club. Arrangements of . summer flowers were used in the decorations. Mrs. Searcy Mears entertained at luncheon Wednesday at the Seminole Club to compliment Mrs. Russell Harrison of Brinkley. Mrs. Harrison was presented a gift. In th« games of cansta that followed, Mrs. Bob Reidy won high and Mrs. Bob Gillespie second. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Canady of Cameron, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Stinson Worley of Dallas will arrive Monday afternoon for a week's visit with Mr. Canady's sister, Mrs. R. H. Jones, and Mr. Jones Lake. at their home on Carson The Texas visitors are teachers in the Dallas and Cameron city schools. Vendredi Bridge Club Has Meeting Mrs. Dick Shanks, entertained members of the Vendredi Bridge Club at the Razorback last night. Winners in the games played during the evening were Mrs. Max Walters, high; Mrs. Clyde Patton, second, and Mrs. Bill Slack, bridgo. Mrs. Slack was a guest of the group. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served refreshments. Don't let a run ruin your grooming for one day. It's no problem to keep an extra pair of stockings in your desk or in your .tote bag jf you are' a girl. on the go. MOX -Theatre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat.. Sun. 1:00 AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a., and 4 p.m. for Ritz & Roxy Program Announcements SATURDAY ONLY Double Feature Program —AND— TECHNICOLOR A Paramount Picture Serial: ''Gunfighter of Northwest" No. 1 & Cartoon Van • HEFLIN Starring Ruth Howard • ROMAN • DUFr COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR SUN., & MON. Double Feature M-fi-M r s DIFFERENT DRAMA! 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