The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 15, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEYILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mewl Jane Shcltun, Society Editor PhoM 4461 Wedding Plans Revealed B)' Miss Nancy Partlow Miss Nancy Partlow, daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. Haywood Graham Partlow, Is today making known plans for her marriage to Marvin "Nathan Nunn, Jr, Engagement of (he young couple was announced several weeks ago by the parents of the bride-elect. The wedding ceremony will be solemnized at 5 o'clock Saturday, June 17. with the Rev. Roy I. Bagley, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. The double ring service will be held at the church. Mrs. John Caudlli. organist, ami Mi-ss Jo Ann Trieschmann, vocalist, will present a program of pronup- tial music. Miss I'artlow. who will be given In marriage by her father, has selected Mrs. W. M. Jontz as her matron of honor. Bridesmaids'will be Miss Mary Frances Nunn, sister of the bridegroom-elect, Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan, Jr., Miss Virginia Swreaengen, and Miss Joanne Campbell, Patricia Partlow, sister of the brklc-elect, will serve as junior bridesmaid, and tapers will be lighted by Miss Emylon Cocke of Birmingham, Ata. Mr. Nunn will have Garrart Caudill of Manila as his best man Dr. J. J. Webb. Graham Partlow brother of the bride-elect, James Rogers. Pred Rutherford. Jr.. and Bill Rohbins of Steele. Mo., wil serve as ushers. Mr. and Mrs. Partlow will entertain with a reception at the Blytheville Country club immediate]}' following the wedding ceremony. A scries of parties are being panned honoring Miss Partow and her fiance prior to their wedding. Bits of News Forfy-Student Recital To Be Conducted Tonight More than 40 piano students of Mrs. Eddie Saliba are to be presented at the spring recital to be conducted at 7:30 tonight in Burdette High School auditorium. The recital also Is to feature the Burdette Glee Club. The participants will Include Sandra Jumper, Bill Sullivan, Brenda Lonsr, Linda Ann Smith, Sandra Kay SaMba, Don Byrd. Pamela Crafton. Carol Ann Brittain. Shirley Bevill, Virginia Tomlin, Bobbye Peterson, Margie Lee Gore, Larry Campbell, Barbara Brittain, Marie Bevill, Nancy Ann Dixon, ['at Sullivan-and Mabelee Limsford. Glee Club Featured Judy Middleton, Gordon Ken- KTighl, Nnncy Holly, Amy Claire Bagwell. Billy Bingham, Mary Ann Tompkins. Mary Boh Gary Jumper.! Sybil Quails. Bftih Garrette, Beryl Bevill, Jean Mar fi Linda Lou Simpson, Mattic Sue Young, Juanita Ferguson, Peggy young, Charlcne Pierce, Nancy Ham by, Sue Harmon, Bonnie Koontz. and Ann Hester. Glee club numbers Include: "He Never Said A Mumblin' Word," featuring Miss Peggy Young as soloist; "Hillbilly Selections," and the welcoming number, which Beryl Bcviil will accompany. Other vocal numbers will include"The Beautiful Blond," by Pamela Crafton, "Hard Hearted Hannah " by Sandra Kay Saliba, "There's No Tomorrow" and "St. Louts Blues" by Mattie Sue Young and Peggy Young: "You and the Night and the Music," by a trio composed of Matlie Sue Young and Peggy Young and Charlene Pierce, and "Masquerade" by Virginia Pierce. * * • Miss Crafton Is Honored With Afternoon Luncheon Miss Susie Crafton. a member of the 1950 graduating class at Blythc- ville High School, was guest of honor at a bridge luncheon .given Saturday by Mrs. W. L. Horner at her home on Holly street. The eight members of the senior class who were invited to attcmtl the party were served luncheon in the dining room of the hostess' new home prioi to the bridge games which were played in the game room. ' A centerpiece for the luncheon table was forced of columbine atitl colorful pansics. and each gurst's place was marked with an individual corsage of pansies. Low bowls of the same flowers were arranged abcut the home. High score prize for the afternoon was won by Miss Crafton. and second high by Miss Vivian Taylor Mrs. Hornoi also presented the guest of honor with a gift. Birthday Party Is Given Saturday At Bilhrey Home Because he was ciitht years old Saturday. Charles Bilbrey invited 16 of his ymine friends to help him celebrate the occasion with a'party at the ho;,le of his parents Mr and Mrs. Keith Bilbrey on Hollv Street The usual party games wrc plav ' cd .hiring the afternoon with prizes awarded to Jesse Taylnr Jr.. Billv Young ' "°" ) ' MO ' V!cy ni:d Jallct Later In the afternoon the children were served ice cream and birth,, ? ::c nnd c " ctl chilrt was l>rc- r frnor or C! "' tl ' b - * + • Javcettcs Meet Tuesday „, , 1C , R ' ! L lllcvtl " ! Recites ' w H . . "LI' 30 P™ : .tomorrow at tl MAKIUKD IN MEMPHIS — Mrs I.ce Janet. Jr., is the former Miss Ann Skelton of tilytheville. Hci marriage to Mr. Janet in a ceremony in Memphis on May 10 was announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Skelton ol Blythcville. Mr. Janet is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Janet, Sr., of Portageville, Mo., formerly of Blythevllle. The couple will make their home In Memphis. Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Has Mothers' Luncheon Mothers of the members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi were feted with a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Rustic Inn Saturday afternoon, in keeping with the sorority crcetl of honoring mothers on Mother's Day. Approximately 40 attended the event. Each member whose mother could not attend look a guest /or :he luncheon. During the luncheon, each member introduced her guest;' and the nothers nnd guests were presented wllow corsafles carrying out the yel- ow and black color scheme of tllc sorority. The table was centered with an arrangement of yellow gladioli and •cllovv stattis, with tlie tables edged vith black streamers with minute gladioli blossoms. Table appoint- nents further carried out the color clionie. Mrs. John Smothcrmon of Armo- el gave the invocation Mint p re - cded the luncheon. Out of town guests included Mrs ieorge Slslcr of Memphis, who was the guest of her daughter-in-law Mrs. C. W. Sisler. and Mr s . Anna Sammon, guest of Mrs. Joe Freeman. Miss Shepherd Honored With Luncheon at Dell Miss Bonnie Lou Shepherd daughter of Mr. and Mrs D L' faheplicrd and n member ot the Deli High S C |, 00 1 1D50 g™,^, c!nM ' «'.is Bucst of honor at a cannstn,' luncheon Saturday afternoon Mrs. Glen Cook and Mrs ta'riiKE Wclbourne, both of Dell, entertained at the Cook home for Aliss siien- herd and the eleven oilier senior Each girl was presented a corsage by the hostesses and Mils Shepherd ,-as also presented a gifT In the canasta games that Collow- n,h " 1ICt luncll «>» Christine Dobbs was high scorer and Adds Rhodes won second high The luncheon nnd uamr- mnm. .. ow a din ng room at the Razorback ih «\ J? Marshal1 ' President said hat the dinner-meeting was to take «t wfv £ the 1M "'"« ™™ ast \«k because of a conflict with the Public school Music Festival Our Tdcplioni Number 4438 Shelfon Motor Co. rcc Senior Class Girls Honored At Bridge Party Three members or the senior class Hn T"",'' HiS " Sc "°<"' Mis "S ian inyior, s ,, sie Crart Th, rB H y '"' C - WPre «""Plimcntcd llursday night when Mi ss Patsv ar1y" 5C C " tCrtni " C(1 >«"' a brtrfcc The affair, given at, Ilic hostesses hone, was attended by eight mc.n- hers of the t950 graduating claw A profusion of summer flowers were used to decorate the Heshnrse Home, where the handmade tally cards were in the shape of tiny diplomas lied with red ribbons carrying nut the graduation theme. High score prize went to Miss Hale, second high to Miss Vivian Patterson, and the three guests ol honor uere each presented' with a cut from their hostess. A dessert course was served. ' Mrs. Horace Scrape and daugl lers, Donna Rac and Sarah, re turned to Memphis yesterday afte spending the week-end a s guests o her parents, 'lr. and Mrs J ' Halsell. James Henry, son of Mr. an Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, of Blythevill has been elected song leader t the Sigma Chi fraternity at th University of Arkansas, where h Is a sophomore In the College o Business Administration. Mrs. Oscar Elliott, the forme Miss Mary jo Nabers, Is guest o her parents. She arrived in Bly thewlte from Russellvllle Frida and will remain here for Severn days. Pvt. John Paul Hutcherson, wh has been stationed at Fort Rlley Kans., has arrived in Blythevllle tc spend a 10-dny furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Babe Hut chcrson. Private Hutcherson is ei route to Port Bending, Ga., where he will take parachute training. R. C. Allen. Sr., who had been _ patient at the Baptist Hospital it Memphis for the past three weeks was returned to his home here Saturday. His son. R. C. Allen, Jr, who Is a student at Vanderbil University, was a week-end guest o! his parents. Charlie T. Rickett, seaman apprentice, USN, of Caruthersville Mo., Is at present serving as a crew member aboard the seaplane tender USS Sulsan, which is headed toward the west Pacific to Join the Seventh Fleet. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris were week-end guests of her foster father, George Adklns at Flora, III. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims. Jr., of Shreveport, La., were week-end guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. IT. C. Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Ben White. Miss Wanda Wclker of Leachvillo was tire week-end gues> of Mrs. Annabel Fill and son, Johnny Bryant Fill. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba ami family had as their weekend guest their daughter. Miss Alice Saliba of Little Rock, who Is recreational director at the Children's Convalescent Center In Jacksonville. Miss Saliba will return to her home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Karelin, Jr., of Memphis spent Mother's Day here as guests of his mother, Mrs. E. B. Hnrdin, Sr. Mrs. A. C. Huddleston of Brinkley is the guest of her son, LeRoy Huddleston and family. Htib Lancashire, who travels oul of Columns, Miss., spent Mother's Day here ns guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner are visiting in Whentlcy, ns guests ol her mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith. Mrs.' Floyd A. White and Mrs Dick J. White are in Fnyetteville as guests of the former's son, John White, a student at the University of Arkansas. Mrs. J. E. Wtlbourn of Paragould, Is visiting here as guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. H. Kirby and Mr. Klrby. Mr. and Mrs. w. M. Burns had ns tlicir weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Kcele and baby ot Memphis, nnd Mr. and Mrs. David Barton and children, of Catron, Mo. Mrs. O'Keefe nnd Mrs. Barton are daughters of Mr. and Mrs, Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Helnicke were called to Elgin. III.. Saturday night by the sudden death of his brorher, Herbert Heinickc. Thespian to return home the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Cralton left this morning for Little Rock wherr they will spend several days attending ft wholesale grocers convention. John Franklin Tomlinson of Houston. Texas, has arrived to spend the Summer ns guest of Ills uncle and aunt. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Jeffries He was accompanied here by his father, J. Frank Tomlinson of Houston .who' hns returned home. Mrs. B. At: Matthews and daughters. Mrs (Ted Flecnian a nd Mis- Marguerite Matthews, returned if Memphis this afternoon to be wit! Mr. Matthews, who Is critically 111 at Baptist Hospital there Mrs Matthews and daughters, who have been in Memphis lor the past sev- vv COULD I HELP IT THAT OUR WIRING SYSTEM is <; OVERLOADED THE IRON WAS SLOW TO MEAT UP?" Don't overload your «l«ctric circuits. When you build or modernize provide ADEQUATt WIRING, Ark-Mo Power Co. eral weeks, returned home Saturday night for a brief stay. Mr. and Mrs. Roy BIdwcll, Jr., of Marlnnnn, spent yesterday here as guests 01 their mother, Mrs. If. C Hoover and sister, Mrs. D. L. Webster. Mr. and Mrs, J. D, Atkins had .. family reunion yesterday at their home when their guests included Mr. and Mrs. Aubcrt Atkins and family of Advance. Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bombalaskl of Dexter Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Guotcr of Memphis, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs Louie Myers of Dexter, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atkins and son of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. SVelxsler had is their guests for Mother's nay Misses Elizabeth and Ruth Nonnnn' Chester and David Norman. Joe Carder and Howard Steinbeck, all of Helena. Mrs. Henderson Hall, who has been seriously ill for the past five weeks at her home at the Alrbasc is now recuperating. Mrs. Frank Creasey of little Rock was the week-end guest of her laughter Mrs. carl Marshall. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. C. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. James E. Thompson' and son, Ronnie, and Mrs. J rj White and daughter, will leave to-' morrow for Birmingham, Ala where they wil! be guests ol Mrs" -:. C. Thompson's parents. Mr and Mrs. James R. Dobbs. Mrs White ind her daughter have been visiting ici-c from Concord, .v. C,. and Mr White »lll join them at Bl<-mlne- inm next week-end and they will •eturn to Concord from SirmlnB- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simon have iad as their guests, Mr. and Mrs -. W. Risk nnd daughter, Marcclla )mne. of Indianapolis, ind, Mrs Risk is Mrs. Simon'.; sister Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson ml son Harold Edward, jr., of Mananna were guests of Mr. and Vfrs. W. O. Anderson and other rel- th-es over the Mother's Day week- nd. They came especially "because f the illness of Mrs. Anderson •hose condition Is somewhat hn- roved. Mrs. E. J. Cure was called to 'cxarkana yesterday by the serious mess of her father. E. F. McPad- en of Pine Bluff. Mrs. Cure was notored to Memphis by Mr and Irs. R. M, Brunei of Corinth, Miss •ho have been the houscgucsts of lr. and Mrs. Cure for the past sev- ral days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Miss arbara Smith and Miss Barbara cnning were among the Blythevllle eople In Memphis Friday and Sat- rday for the concluding festivities f the Memphis Cotton Carnival. Mr. and Mrs. -Louis Salmon and aughters. Lillian and Phyllis Ann f Detroit. Mich., spent the weekend ere with their mothers, Mrs. Annie rown, and Mr. and Mrs. Y. A. ley. They were accompanied by rs. Robert Williams, also of Dc- olt, who was the weekend guest her sister, Mrs. Annie Brown and mtly. Mr. and Mrs. Salmon and -.ughters, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Wil- Miss Frances Ann Osborne IVulrdlctorian) Miss Itclipcca Stewart (Salutatormn) • lo.lllllillul f illlj HAVTI SCIHH.AKS—Leading the 35 seniors In scholastic honors at Hayti. Mo.. High School are Miss Frances Ann Ofiborne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Osbonic, valedictorian, and Miss Rebecca Stewart, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart of Hayti. salutalorian. The seniors started activities yesterday with baccalaureate services and will receive diplomas Friday niglit. Honor Students-Named; Wilson Commencement Plans Announced WILSON. May 15.—Miss Patricia Robert Amundson, Wilma Bour- Campbell, daugliter of Mr. and Mrs. land, Joan Bowen, Patricia Camn- J. K. Necly, nnd Robert Amundsen, '--" ** ' "-•-' - •• - - . , , son of Mrs. Elva Amundson, have been chosen valedictorian and sa- lutatorinn. respectively, at Wilson High School. Twenty-seven seniors will receive diplomas Friday evening, May 26 when Dr. Matt Ellis, president of Hendrix College. Conway, delivers the commencement address in the high school auditorium. Diplomas will be delivered by J E. Grain, school board member. Sunday, May 21, baccalaureate services will be held at the Wilson Baptist Church with the Rev H Lynn Wade, pastor of the Wilson Methodist Church, conductin" and the Rev. A. F. Muncy. the host pastor, assisting. Daylona Beach, Fin., is the destination ot the seniors when they begin their trip May 29. This trip will end the year of school work for the seniors. They will be accompanied on the trip by the class sponsors. Miss Virgie Rogers and J. D. Roberts. Member of the senior class are bell, son, , , Earnest Davis, Dorothy Dob- David Douglas, J. w. Estcs, , , . . scs, Jane Feeny, J. p. Jackson. Donnle McDanlel, Mooring, , . . Virginia Eugene McAfee, Nina Nixon, Leslie liams and Mrs. Bailey spent Saturday afternoon m Russell. Ark as quests ot relatives. Misses Jane Wilson, Annella Humphreys and Evelyn Tomlinson spent Saturday In Memphis , , Price, Harold Ray, Ralph Ray, Virginia Shelton, Betty Smith, Robert Smith, Ruth Swindle, Mary Traylor Martha Traylor. Martha Wadsworth, Cecil Williams, Howard Woodyard and Bobby Yates. A number o! parties and activities will honor the seniors during the next two weeks. On May 16 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J. Deer, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Roberts and Miss Virgie Rogers will entertain with a lawn dinner at the Deer home. May 19 Dr. Eldon Fair-ley will entertain with a buflct supper at his home in Osccola. The annual senior breakfast, sponsored by the Methodist and Baptist churches is planned for May 22 and on May 20 Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Neely and Mr. and Mrs. Benton Oarrett will entertain with a dinner at the Neely borne. Mrs. Dora Merrell will entertain honor of the seniors with the •uinual dance at the Wilson Club House after the graduation exercises May 26. Other entertainments will be announced next week. Rev. Roy Bag ley Addresses Seniors At Burdette School "Count the Cost" was the topic of the Rev. Roy I. Bagley's address which he gave to (he Burdettc High School 1950 graduates at tlie baccalaureate services last night. The Rev. Mr. Bagley, pastor of the First Methodist Church In Blythevllle. presented the story of the booh of "Ester" for the basis ot his message to the young 'people. Young men and young women with eyes to see the poignant needs and courage to meet those needs are what the world need, the Rev. Mr. Bagley said. In his sermon, he pointed out that (here is no failure until a persons begins to think of himself as a failure. The costs of preparing for failure Is greater than the cost of preparing for success, he said. In this connection, he pointed out that for failure one must pay the cost of lost opportunity nnd lost happiness. He niso pointed out that a strong character was one of self-denial, reverence and conviction, while the vasrlllntiner characters, In contrast, had wrecked confidence, vanished faith, nnd were bound by fnte. '-Youth must recognize the challenge to fulfill destiny," he said. Other activities for the Burdette "radnates are being scheduled for (he remainder of this week and thev will leave Monday for the annual «r>"i"r trin. which will take them to New Or!«i"s n"d oiher points along the Gulf Coast. MONDAY, MAY 15, 1950 Stephen Musi Studio Pupils To Mrs. Edith Slcphan will present several of her students hi n recital at First Methodist church Thurs- dav evening at 8 o'clock. Taking part on the program will be Dan Atkins, Ronnie Baplcy. Jimmic Buffington. Fruma Gail Borowsky. Patricia Gail Brogdon, Darlcne Feiuberf?, Billy Sam Han ley, Laura Alice Hemby, Jinimi Homer. June I.orner, Alvin Huff man, Anne King, Merry Line Cleone Mitchell, Sue Owens „. Owens, Helia Saliba, Mary janoe Smith. Eraadel) Swearengen, Mnr cia Leo Webb, Mary Alice Wroten Anita Elizabeth Wroten, Stanley Miner and M»rvin Zellner. The recital will be open to In nublic. Al Trip Hoc-.''..| s Walls Hospital Dismissed: Patrick Ann M-rrls. Pleelc, Mo. Bl.vtheville Hospital Dismissed: Jean L.-Uimer, Pauls Valley. Okla Mrs. B. A. McCann. Manila. Mrs. J. p. Edwards and babv Steclc, Mo. Mrs. Ella Ferguson, City. 'YE HI VII S!!H A THIS! m Freezer Alone Stores SO Ibs. 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Phone 6863 Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Dm-cUiy Lee Rollison hostess t« V rmPtiSt ° A at hCr "o™ • Tuesday Maplegrove Cemetery Association meets at the home of Mrs. John Walker on East Main Street, 2:30 Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets at 7:30 p.m a * the home of Mrs. R. A, Llp.comb 504 Marr street. Mrs. Earl stover co-hostess. ' Mrs. Jerry Scrape hostess to 'riW Club. ^W Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon entertains Tuesday Bridge Club with 1 pm luncheon at her home on Walnut First Methodist church circle No 7 meets with Mrs. T. H. Caraway at 1 130 p. in, Mrs. Ralph Warier hostess to En- silon Sigma Alpha sorority at 8 p m American Legion Auxiliary meets at the Hut at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ciu" Jm G ' P " rllow Thursday Plat Lake Home Demonstration Club has potluck luncheon at club house. Also will tonr gardens Mrs. w. I,. Smith entertains Armorel MD Club. Intermediate Department of Cal vary Baptist Church meets for social at the Church at 1:30 pin Mrs W. B. Mayo entertains Thursday Hook Club. Avalon Bunco club meets with Mrs. Raymond Sh.imlin. Double Four Bridge Club entertained by Mrs. William H?rrym n eatre AIR CONDITION E, Box- Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts at 2:00 V.M. Cont. Showing Kvery Day Paramount News nnd Selected Shorts Tuesday Only BOOM TOWN THWtS! K h*~ft£ Rod CAMERON BonitaGRANVIUI Don CASTLE ^Selected Short Subjects GEM AIR COOLED Last Times Today —DOUBLE FEATURE— WARNEfiBROS:- • RAOUL WALSH *-* LYNN *^ Mclro News Tuesday &• Wednesday —DOUBLE FEATURE—" iiiti ftfCrni \-~^^ ^^^ ^^»^r •KHITiit. MICHAEL CURI1Z '—^K.-^r" Give Theater Rooka For Graduation . . §2.50

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