The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 6, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 6, 1949
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BLYTHEV1LLB <ARK.y COUKIEH NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 6, 1049 Bodetu, AlewA A»elia Saliba, Society Editor § Phone 4461 Miss Annie Dobbs Becomes Bride Of Arthur fusing In an Impressive ceremony solemnized yesterday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, Miss Annie Lois Dobbs, daughter of Mr. md Mrs. J. C. Dobbn of Dell became the bride of Arthur P. Tuslng of Lebannon, Mo., »on of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan P. fusing of Green Forest, Ark. Tiie double ring ceremony was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents in Dell, before a !sr?e number of guests. The Rev. Eugene H. Hall, pastor of the Methodist Church in Del! officiated. Vows were, exchanged before all improvised altar decoraled witli a background of greenery. Floor baskets of white gladioli and white double larkspur were placed at each side and were flanked by tall while tapers burning in wrought iron candelabra. Mrs. Paul Lipford, sister of the bride was the matron of honor and only feminine attendant. She wore & ballerina length dress of orchid dotted swiss featuring a square neckline outlined in eyelet and a tight fitting bodice with the full skirt being fashioned with inserts of . eyelet. She wore a white picture hit and carried an arm bouquet of yellow roses tied with matching s»tin streamers which were floor length. Tapers were lighted by Miss Maurine Dobbs, also a sister of the bride. Her gown of pale green was identical to that °f the matron of honor and she wore a hair arrangement of gardenias. The bride,, given in marriage by her father, chose a white silk organdy gown worn over satin. The bodice was fashioned with a portrait neckline and tiny cap sleeves. The very full skirt was ballerina length and she wore a white picture hat. She carried a while satin Bible topped with a white purple-throated orchid from which fell showers of white satin streamers in which were tied sprays of lilies of the valley. Sergeant Dale Tusiiig of. Fort Bliss, Tex., served his brother best man. Mrs. Dobbs, mother of the bride chose a. green and beige printed silk dress with white accessories Her froclc was complemented with * shoulder corsage of gardenias. Following the ceremony, a reception was held. The bridal table wa." overlaid with a lace cloth and cen tered with an arrangement o white double larkspur, asters and gladioli in a low bowl, flanked b; white tapers burning in crysla holders. The three tiered wedding cake was placed at one end of thi 'table and was topped with a riuiy *iature bride and groom. Miss Melbi Cress and Mis. T. C. Qimcfcenbush presided at the table. Their frock were complemented with shoulde corsages of shattred pink carna tions and tiny white mums. Immediately after the reception the couple left on a wedding tri to points of interest in Illinois an Indiana before returning to Leban non, Mo., to make their borne wher Mr. Tusing is connected with An derson Brothers Construction Com pany. The bride wore for travelling a beige and green printed silk froc with | white accessories. She pinne her bridal orchid at her shoulder. Mrs. Terry Is Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., was hostess when she entertained five tables of bridge guests at the home of Mrs. E. M, Terry Sr. Hth and Walnut recently. Guests Included members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club and three out of town guests, Mrs, Robert Nelson of Wilson, Mrs. Robert rimes or Kennett, Mo. and Mrs. oyd White of Osceola. The tables were arranged in the ving room and the side porch hich were aUracllvely decorated ith an assortment of spring (low- rs and magnolia blossoms. Center- g the fireplace mantle was a novel rrangemcnt of magnolia blossoms nd waxed leaves. During the afternoon bridge arnes, high score was won by Mrs. lax Logan with Mrs. Boyd White eccivlng second high and Mrs. ick While, third. Mrs. White was Iso presented a gift from the host- ss. Following the gnmes, rcfresh- lents were served by Hie hostess. Regular Meeting Is Helt By Baptist Dorcas Class The Dorcas Sunday School Cla. of the First Baptist Church Friday at the church for theii 1 reg ular meeling. Mrs. Pearl Hires an Bits of News Wilson News Bob Amundson left Thursday for lapid city. S. Dakota, where he •ill -spend the summer with Ills ster, Mrs. Frank Cole, and family. Miss Joan Helen Hill of McAllen, •exas, is the guest of Miss Grace nn Brandon. Mrs. A. J. Lakes 1 of Water Valley, iiss.. is spending tiic summer with er daughter, Mrs. G. W. Goodson, nd family. Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Ellis attended he graduation exercises a,t the Baylor School for Boys In Chatla- looga June 6. Their son, John, as a member of the class. H» ac- ompanled them home to spend the unimer vacation here. College students home to spend he summer vacation Include, Miss Fonta Mae Jerome, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Jerome, a stu- ent at William-Woods college, Fulon, Mo.; John Ellis'Ander, son if Mr. and Mrs. Pete Elslander. a Indent at the University of Arkansas. Fayelteville: Leon Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray. a student at Arkansas State, Jonesboro; Buford Boyles, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F- Boyles. a student at Arkansas State Teachers, conway and Lester Hale, Jr., son of Mrs. Bernlce Hale, a student at Vanderbllt University, Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holsburg of Memphis were the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stanrod, and family. Mrs. J. B. Lovett and sons, John and Jim returned Sunday after spending last week with relatives in Lynn, Miss. At Fhe Hospitals BlTthfvlllf Hospital Dismissed: Rebecca Hay, Luxora. S. E. Webb. city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Miss Louise Miny&rd, city. Ed Chism, city. Lonnie Jo McGill. Burdelte^ Mrs. H. T. Earls. Kennett, Mo. Robert Ray, city. The Grand Canyon — 217 miles long—is one of the scenic wonders of the world. Mrs. J.W. Walls were hostesses. Mrs. M. W. Lewis, president, presided during the business sessioi Opening prayer was offered by Mrs J. W. Portlock with Mrs. C, L. McWaters Sr. giving the dcvotiona which was taken from the book o Psalms. The meeting was closcc with prayer by Mrs. McWnters. During the social hour, the lios less served refreshments. TUSSY'S fWO'IN-ONE 9 LIPSTICK Brings You 2 Full-Sized Lipsticks in one smart case Miss Nancy Partlow, daughter or Mr, ami Mrs. H. G. Partlow, will be gucsi of her roommate, Mary Coleman, rmd her parents for two weeks at their cabin at Arbo Point, Fla. She Is a student at University of Arkansas, Fayettevillc, and will sj>eiid her .summer vacation here with her parenls. Travis Deen and Mr. and Mrs Douglas Dccn spent yesterday In Troy, Tenn. They went>ecially to accompany home Miss Am; White, who had been the guest of her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs Hughes for the past week. Miss Julia Swink arrived home from Lambuth College, Jackson Tenn., to spend the summer vacation hevc with her parents, Mr, ant Mrs. Walter C. Swink. Vir^U Applewhite of Caracs. Venezuela, S. A., teft by plane Fridaj for his home after having sjien several days in Blytheville as yuest of his aunts, Mrs, Winnie Huffman and Miss Luna B- Wilhclm. He is managing his own technical division of telecommunications with headquarters in Caracas. He left the states with the American Embassy in 1936 to be special assistant. as acting telecommunications at- iche and he and his family occupy icir home, the ''Quhila Arkansas" here. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard, Mr. nd Mrs. Wallace Hoke and son, Stuart, and George Grindell Hnb- ard were In Senatobia, Mi^s., yes- erday where they were guests of George G. Hubbard's fiancee, Miss anc Sheddan and her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. William Alexander Sheddan, They went especially to attend he open house party honoring the couple which was given by her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson Rcseborough, that afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant- oC Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Curtey Shetton of Canithersville. are vtsit- ng with friends *\ud relatives In BlythevJlte today. They came especially to attend the wedding of Miss Waurcnc Hawkins and Willfam Brode which will be solemnized tonight at the home of her parents, Vlr. and Mrs. Marvin Lois Hawkins, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich left Friday (]• a months vacation in Knoxville and Oak Ridge, Tenn. She win be the guest of her son, Bob Goodrich and Mrs. Goodrich and family in Oak Ridge and with ,her daughter Mrs. John Thomas and Mr, Thomas [n Knoxville. Mr. tmd Mrs. Walter Barm am son, Clifford arrived Saturday froir Lancaster, Tex,, to spend scvera days here as gueMs of Mr. Balm's brother, Sergeant Arthur Bahn, Mrs Bahn and family. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire and sons Bob arid Jim, left today for Elyria and Oberlin, Ohio, where they \vi] be guests of her sister, Mrs. HaroU Wilson and family. They went especially to be with their son and brother, Ben Lancashire, before hi leaves Oberlin for Northern Minnesota where he is to be athletic conn selor at a boys' camp lor the Sum mer, Ben will return to Oberlii College in the Fall as a senior, am his brother, Jim, will enter tin same school as a freshman. Mr, and Mrs, E. J. Cure am children are spending n vacatloi In New Orleans, La, A. G. Little, who has been under going treatment at Blytheville Hos pltal for the past several days, ha been removed to his home. Hi. condition 's improved. Mrs. F. D. Underwood, who ha been a patient at Campbell's Cllni in Memphis for the past, -sevcra weeks, has beet; removed to her home here. Her condition is slight- Coming Events Sociol CaUndoi ROLLO-RODEO WINNERS—Nan Miller and Billy Hurl, couple at front center, were selected as trie beat skating team at the Rollo-Htfdeo held Friday afternoon at Warrann's Skating Rink under the spon.sorsmp of the Blytlicvillc Junior Service Auxiliary. Lucy Caudill, at the right of the top winners, won the prize tor Hie best girl skater with Adam Taylor, at their left, winning for the boys. Proceeds from the affair wil. be used for the eye clinic for all elementary school child.'en, in connection with the child welfare progran now being carried out by tile group. value | for only 1 TliinV oi it! You gel 2 full-sized Tussy Lipstick! in a beauliful burnished melal case. All /or the price of a single lipsiick! You get two oi Ihe lamomTussy shades- in lhat fia\tctin j Tussy texlute. All ihis beauly in » smart-looking fiildeii case lhat make] • handsome purse scccssoiy. You'll "Want one for yourself and leveral more for gifts. Tussy't "Tir<Mn-One" Lifislickn in glamorous color comttinatlont: • Garden Parly-Midnight for fair tomplcsion • CaaUahind — Midnight for medium complirximi • Rajf»Wry-FunmaVer for dark complexion • FunmaVer-Me»y RcJ fcr medium complexion j • Garden Party —Chirntcrose for fair complexion WOODS DRUG STORE 205 W«»t Main Phone 4451 Luxora News Mr. and Mrs. T. I... SUniford, and Mr. and Mis, U. C. Barnett journeyed to Kemper Military Acad- my In Missouri last Sunday to at- end the graduation exercises of the chool. Mr. aiid Mrs. Stanford's son, Cadet Tommy Stanford, was a mem- er of the graduating class. The jarty returned home Monday night. Luxorans on the sick and hos- lital lists this week, and reported mprovcd, include Mrs. James D. Driver, Methodist Hospital, Memphis, find Miss Murl Richardson, oine Wednesday from Walls Hospital, Blyihevtlle. Mrs. Bowen Thompson and daugh- .er, Betty Bowen, visited 1 Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. C. A, kVilson. in Conway last week. Mr. and Mrs. N. Pardeeccy visited •elatives In Hayti, Mo., Sunday. Mrs. Grover Driver, Mrs. Sue Brown, and Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., • I were hostesses at a dessert bridge ^eld \Vet3nesday afternoon in the school cafeteria. Forty guests were present from Luxora and Osceola. High scores were won by Mrs. W. K. Hunt, Oseeola, and Mrs. Clarence Crawford. Luxora. Mrs. John Ford, Luxora, won the low score oirice building, is only five .stories high, but consists of five rings of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Head, and i biudlings connected by 10 corridors. family visited relatives in Cape Girardean, Mo., Sunday. Mrs. Head's; brother and sister were slightly ln- ! jurcd in the recent tornado that struck thai Missouri section. Miss Frances Reid Bowen, instructor in the Blytheville High School, has returned home to spend the summer holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen. Vanilla plants belong to the orchid family. M»r«Uy The Y. W. A.'s of the First Baptist Church will have a meeting at tile Chapel at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Lola Culbertson will be hostess to the First Baptist, B. W. G. lumber 8 at 7:30 p.m. Miss Mary Hubler will be hostess the Wesleyan Service Guild at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday The Y. M. B. Club will be enter- ained at the home of Mrs. LaBrone Whittle, 1120 West Ash. Mrs. J. J. Hargett will be hostess to the L. E. W. Club. Mrs. Paul Jobe will entertain club Eight. La Petite Club will meet at the iome of Mrs. Gene Atkinson. Mrs. Clarence Webb will be hostess to the La Nueve Club. The B W. C. Number 7 of tin First Baptist Church will meet with Dr. Edna Nies at 7:30 u.m. j The American Legion Auxiliary I will meet at the Hut at 7:30 p.m. Mrs j. N. Bellinger was Hostess to the Shady Grove Home Demonstration Club when they met at her home Thursday afternoon. Eight members were present. Mrs. Bill Downer, vice-president conducted the meeting in the absence of the president. The devotional was given by Mrs. Maizie Holing followed by the reports from the various officers and committees The meeting closed with the reading of the club women's collect with the next meeting to be held June 16, at the home of Mrs. BUI Downer. The hostess was assisted In serving refreshments by Mrs. L. Bellinger. Wednesday Family Night at the First Methodist Church with covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. Thursday The Fidellis Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will North Dakota leads the other -17 i meet at the church for a pot luck states in the production of spring •supper at 7 p.m. Mrs. Paul Byrum •md durum wheat. will be hostess with Mrs. Alvin Har- dy and Mrs. J. E. McFall, co-hoj- .esses. The WesJeyan Service Guild of the Promised Land Methodist :hurch will meet at Hie home at Mrs. Herbert Mitchell. Mrs. W. H. Pease will entertain the Thursday Luncheoi Club. Mrs. Don Haley will be hostess to the Thursday Night Club. Double Four Bridge Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Lynn Brown. The Gosnell W. S. C. S. will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs, Gene .Ellis will bo hostess to the Avalon Bunco Club. The Pentagon, the worlds largest Ritr Pictures Showing At Roxy Matinee Except On Saturday & Sunday Until further notice, the pictures at the KiU Theater will be shown In the afternoon at the Roxy. The RItz is closed in the afternoon to permit us to Install the new refrigeration air-condition- inf? system ... an improvement that wilJ make your summer movie-goinff a real pleasure. The box office at the Ritz for the present will open at 6:30 p.m. ly improved. Allnn Berry, who has been finite 1)1 for the past two days at the home of Ills parents, Mr, and Mrs. Kendall Berry on East Main Street, is improved today. Miss Frances Bright arrived home from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. to visit with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Bright before leaving. June 14 for Camp MirameccliEe at Hardy where she will be a counselor this summer. She uas counselor there last summer. Misses Betty Dorld.s and Jane Shelton left yesterday for Searcy where they will enroll at Karelin College for the summer session. They were motored there by Miss Shelton's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W T. Shelton and daughter, joy. Mr. and Mrs. David Neal and children, Mary Catherine and Paul returnea home after having spent a week in Galveston, Tex,, with friends. Miss Mary Jo Nabers left yesterday for Austin, Tex,, where she will be a^ counselor at Tcxlake, which is fT Girl Scout camp. She will be there for five weeks. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nataer.s | motored her to Memphis, where [ she left by plane. Stop /or Coo/ Refreshment OUR FORMAL OPENING BRINGS THIS UNUSUAL Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN S:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p. Force of Evil with John Garflelil and Beatrice I'carson araniminl \c«-s A- Spit-fled Short; Continuous Showing Everjdaj ScJertrrl Short Sun.lecl Continuous Showing Everyday All tliis week at the House of Charm our home-furnishings and decorators items have been specially discounted ten per cent in honor of the formal opening. Among those furnishings are these unusual decorator lamps. . . distinctive, highly-glazed pottery bases and harmonizing parchment shades. See them . . . you'll discover yourself that they were marie to sell for twice this price. Tops in Malts, Sodas, Sundaes WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Weal Main Street Box Oriice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Ouens vSimthiy i:DO: Starts 1:15 Continuous, Shows Sat, & Sun Bargain Night Every Night KxrRpl Salurtlaj N'o passes honored nn Sun da y a Roxy Tbtalre Lasl Time Today Date with Judy with Wallace Beery and .Jane Fowell Fox .Movictune News & Short Tuesday and Wednesday (DOVIil.K FKATURE) ~. PA<K(D WITH mi MAMA Of EARIT CAUTOtMIA -"THE — BRIS OF SAN FERNANDO; JOONAID WOODS MOW* WMRfN " IfetriWrf by CREEN GUILD PRODUCTIONS "UHN"—Yellow or Green glaze. 19" Flare collar Parchment shade in contrasting colors. Height 26". 6 25 •otir YOUNG MITCHUM- RYAN "SPIRAL LEAF CYLINDER" — Tun]noise Blue. Chartreuse or Ivory glazes. Deep 15" drum parchment shade Uxcqucroci in harmonizing colors. Height 25". "IMU.OW VASE"—Grey, Yellow or Black glazes. ID" Rectangular Parchment shade lacquered in harmonizing colors. Height 22V->". PLAN TO VISIT THE HOUSE OF CHARM SOON HOUSE OF CHARM DtAL and WHISENHUNT 2021 West Main Street Telephone 4621

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