The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 22, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 22, Jane Shclton, Society liditor Phone 4461 Bridal Parlies Continue For Miss Nancy Partlow Continuing the social events scheduled to honor Miss Nancy Partlow prior to her June marriage to Marvin Nunn, Jr., was the dessert- bridge canasta party Saturday afternoon at the Paul Jobc home on West Main. Mrs. Otto Scrape and Mrs. Jobe were - hostesses 10 two tuUles of bridge and one table ol canasta. Miniature brine dolls, dressed In gowns of tractilional white, marked each guest's place at the small tables arranged in the floral bedecked entertaining rooms. Miss Parllow's place was designated with a corsage of red roses. Low bowls brimming with while snapdragons, red roses, and other spring blossoms topped the piano and tables of Ihe room to provide a summer touch to the predominately white scene. Bud vases holding a single red centered the tables at which the guests were seated for the games. Tiny bride dolls, rcplicias of the place cards, were placed in the rooms. Harmonizing bridal table appointments completed the scene. In the bridge game, high score was won bv ti" 1 hr-nren and r n-- ond high by Miss Marilyn D.ccn. Canasta high was won by Mrs Marvin Nunn, Sr. Miss Partlow chose for the occasion a sunback frock fashioned in a shade of green with which she wore navy blue accessories. She was presented gifts in he'- ™i^*o-i Mrs. • H. G. Partlow, mother of the hoik,.... a. Sr., mother of Mr. Nunn, were sue- | cinl guests for the occasion. Miss Donna pledger of Birmingham, Ala., hc-usegucst of Miss Rosemary Johniton, was an out of town guest. ' Mrs. Huey Hostess To Lucky Rook Club Mrs. Freeman Huey was hosttjs Friday to the Lucky Rook Club. Red roses In crystal bowls formed a setting for the entertainment. Mrs. W. S. McCann won high, Mrs. J. O. Huey, second high, and Mrs. Cecil Shane, rooko In the card games. 'Hie hostess served a sandwich plate. GIRLS' PLAY TOGS By Sue Buvnell Here's a three piece play set for girls ol six lo fourteen that'.-, destined for a busy summer. The brief top requires a minimum of fabric shorts are well tailored; Ihe jacket can be worn over everythhig. Pattern No. 8C03 is a scw-tiie perforated pattern for sizes C. P, 10 12 and 14 years. Size 8, top, % yard of 3a-lnch; shorts, it', yards- jacket, 171 yards. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address size desired, and the PATTERN 1 NUMBER to Sue Burnett, courier New; 530 South Veils Street, Chicago 7, Send 25 cents now for the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 paces of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the book. HECEIVKS J 0 U It N A I, I S M A"AKI> - Thomas Raleigh Sylvester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester, today was named the outstanding student In the Journalism department at Arkansas Slate College at -loneshoro. The presentation was part of the Honors Day ceremonies conducted at 10 a.m. today at R E I.ce Wilson Hall. Mr. Sylvester Is to receive his B.A. degree from the college, xvlierc he has been a four-year student. Friday night. He is president of the Alpha Pi Chapter of Sigma PI Fraternity, has served as vice-president and secretary, and Is a member of the press club, and (lie staff of the State College Herald, student publication. Alabama Visitor Feted With Morning Coffee Miss Donna Pledger, houseguest of Miss Rosemary Johnston, n classmate at Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham. Ala., was guest of honor at a coffee at the Woman's Club Saturday morning. Miss Johnston nnd her mother, Mrs. W. S. Johnston, entertained about SO guests nt the affair. Huge baskets of pastel colored gladioli, snapdragons and roses were placed throughout the room, and a centerpiece of yellow roses and daisies and white swcetpeas on the lace draped serving table completed the decoration. Mrs. Ney Hunt and Mrs. George M. Lee presided nt the table, and those assisting were Mrs. W. R. Campbell, Mrs W. P. Pryor, Mrs. James V. Dates and Miss Marilyn Deen: During the morning party. Miss Pledger, a music nmjor at Birmingham Southern, presented the following piano numbers: "Ctierzo B flat Minor" and "Waltz Opus 70 Number Ore" by Chopin; and Andrean Prcvtn's arrangement . of "Three Blind Mice." arranged for Jose Jturbi and the movie "Holiday in Mexico." ~./~ • k • - ^ • "Circus Time" Party Observes Third Birthday "Circus Time" was the theme of the party Saturday afternoon nt the John Staples home, when Mr. and Mrs. Staples entertained eighteen little guests in celebration of the third birthday of their daughter. Becky. In keeping with the theme of an afternoon under the "big top," were the pink lemonade and popcorn stands which flanked the porch entrance of the home. A miniature "midway" was set up where the guests spent the afternoon "fishing" and playing other games. The porch and lawn of the home n-ere decorated with gay circus characters and colored balloons. As cncll guest arrived, he was presented a gaily colored clown's hat, A Shetland pony gave ridc.s to the little cuc'ls throughout the afternoon, after which tee cream and merry-£^a-round cupcakes were served. Mrs. Staples, mother of the honoree. was assisted in serving by Mrs. F. E, U(!cy. Mrs. Earl Nnl!, Mrs. .lances Fisher, Mrs. Genii Atkinson and Mrs. Sylvester Mosley. AI Hie Ho?- : ' !s mylhcvitlc Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. James Hcnson and baby, City Donna Kay Sanders, Dell W. P. Pone, Cooler Walls Hospital Dismissed: Sherrel Lynn Dickinson. City Mrs. W. W. Hardy and baby, City Mrs. W. R. Emerson. Hayli Mr.;. J. S. Halscll. City John Lloyd Brothers, Rt, 2 Paul R. Ray, City Pat Neely, City Several affairs have been olnn- nctj in honor of Cpl. Wright prior to :ils return to service. iucsts Attend HD Club Meeting Mrs. J. W. Maloney \vas hostess Trursday to six members of the :''lat Lake Home Demonstration Club for a covered dish luncheon her home Also present were Counlry Club Luncheon Honors Central Faculty Facully members of Central School nnd guests, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor, were honored Saturday with a 1 i».i». luncheon nt tile Country Club. Mrs. J. E. Stevenson, relirlng Central PTA presidenl, and Mrs R }. Cure, 1950-51 PTA vice-president.! were hostesses for the affair. A low silver bowl, filled with scarlet lined roses, topped the single (able nl which Ihe group was seated. Tiny hand woven baskets, filled with forget-mc-nols, set in red cluy, marked each guests' piace. Following the two course luncheon, (he afternoon was spcnl informally. Parly for Sixteen Guests Honors Cpl. Wister Wright Misses Klotse Wright and Shirley Wut.snn cntertninefl Thursday night nl ihe home of Miss Wright, near Luiiora, with a nartv for slxleen juesLs, honoring Cnl. Wislcr Wr'rjht, cho Is on Army leave from Ok'ln- iwn. Bwls holding yellow, pink and American Beauly loses, were placed throughout Ihe rooms in which Ihe ;uest.s spent the evening In games md informal cntertainmpnl. As each guest arrived, he wns presented a single red rose tied in puffs of white ribbons. The hostesses served refresh- TO !'1.,\Y 1IEHK— Hal Mclntyre nnd his H-plccc orchestra will ptay for a dance at Blythcvillc's Country Club Wednesday. A member of the late Glenn Miller's band, Mclnlyre's Blytheville visit will mark the appearance of one of the largest name bands lo play in Mississippi County, Bits of News Mr, and Mrs. Russell U. Parr announce the birth of a son this morning al the Memphis Methodist Hospital. The" baby Is their first child. Miss Betty Locfflar. physical training instructor at Memphis, was the housegiiesl of Miss Mary Craig in Blylhcvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Godwin Gay nnd Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godwin left yes- lerday for a weeks' vacation in Now Orleans. Cynthia and Diana Lou Gr.y will spend the week us guesls of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gay. Cathy Godwin will be the guest of her greal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hnrnish. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey spent Sunday afternoon in Jonesboro at Arkansas State College, as guest — , „ „„. ^. of Ihcir son, Howard, who is a :hree visitors, Miss Elizabeth Moss, freshman there. They went, espe- lome electrical advisor for the clally to attend parent's day of R. E. A., Mrs. Gertrude Hollman, Howard's fraternity, Tan Kappa :otmty home demonstration agent ind Mrs. C. T. Shanilin. The meeting was opened with a discussion by Mrs. Iverson Morris of the growing and transplanting >f double gold narcissi. The scripture reading was given by Mrs. C. M. Abbott, followed by prayer by Mrs. O R. Redford. Roll "call was answered by each member giving a safety tip for home-makers. Mrs. Abbott, president, was In charge ol the business session before the meeting was adjourned to nect again on the third Friday in June at the Flat Lnke Clubhouse • * • Sale Chairmen Honored ' At Country Club Luncheon Mrs. George M. Lee was hostess to U luncheon guests at the Ulylheville 3ountry Club Saturday. Mrs. Lee, n member of the execu- ive board of the Mississippi Coun- y Tuberculosis Association, gave the unchcon especially for women who lad served as community chairmen during the seal sale campaign con- yellow ducted this year. White snapdragons and roses served as a ccnlerptcce for the able, nnd the individual appointments were miniature roses In wicker baskets. Mrs. C. G. Redman, executive secretary' of the Association, was among the guests. • * ~ * flofcy-Sitfers Proridcd SOLOTHURN, Switzerland — m — When a Swiss watchmakers wife needs a baby-siller papa's boss provides one. And, under empolye relations programs sponsored by waleh manufacturers In the tiny Alpine democracy, If the small fry need additional atlcnlion from Ihe sitters," nurseries. classrooms, ind medical facilities are available. Located near the homes and factories ill rural areas, the nursery schools are usually converted residences whtre mothers may leave their children while they shop, tak i holiday or 'eave home in emergencies. All the nurseries arc staffed by women trained in nursing, dietetics, educational and play procedure, and genccal child care. Some factories furnish the entire service gratis, while others charge small fees. Other features of the watchmakers' program include financial assistance In the purchase of homes ind apartments: confidential counsel and loans In emergencies; social security and old-age benefits, and the arrangement of minimum hotel and transportation rates tor annual vacations. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday G. E. O. Bridge Club meets al Ihe home of Mis. Flay Whittlngton, 7:30 p.m. Calvary G. A. meets at home ,.»• Lula Belle Gentry al 7:30 p.m. 'i' ucsilay Circle 'mice of BWC of Calvary Baptist Church meets at the home of Mrs. Hubert Polsgrove, 134 E Vine at 7:30 p.m. La Nueve nu'ets at the home of Mrs. Melvin Halscll at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday Club meets at the home of Mrs. Doyte Henderson. 1 p.m. Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority meets at the home of Mrs. Ralph Waller, 8 p.m. Senior Class Niglil Activities at 8 p.m. Wednesday Chapter "D" of i>EO Sisterhood meets with Mrs. J. M. Robbins at Hteele for 1 pin. luncheon. High Two meets at home of Mrs. Fred Steadman. Alpha ncta Bunco meets with Mrs. M. C. Klene. Thursday Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary Baptist Church has business nnd social hour al the home of Mrs. Andrew Conley. Hcnnon- dale. Mo., nl 7:30 p.m. All women will meet at (lie church nnd transportation will be provided. Junior HlRh Commencement Exercises at 3:30 p.m. at the High School Gymnasium. Mrs. G rover Wren of Osceola will entertain Thursday Hook Club with 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. P. E:. Scott will entertain the Double Four !tridi;c Club. Mrs. Marvin Nunn will entertain Octetle Club. Mid-Week Club meets with Mrs. W. L. Horncr. 20th Century Club meets at Hut, 8:30 p.m. Hosts and hostesses will and Mrs. Dick J. white, Mr. and Mrs. Blan Htath. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oldham. Thursday Contract Club will meet with Mrs. F. B. Joyncr. Mrs. J. A. Leech will entertain Thursday Club. Friday Mrs. Oscar Fendler entertaining Friday club. Senior High Commencement Exercises at Haley Stadium at 8 p.m. TOY PREVIEW Ni-u- toys shown recently in New York include this scale mode! of on aerial fireTneine (left) xnd i eon- v.'-.tible four-wheel bike. The bike keeps pace with the growth of a child from three to seven veirs It 1ms a special seat expansion and extra balance wheels which are removable. Memphians Visit Blytheville CAP A cross-country fliers' breakfast for four Memphis fliers was held at ):30 a.m. yesterday at the Fly alr l io Although no streams flow Into olorado from outside, It is the mother of four great rivers—the Arkansas and Platte In Ihe east, the Colorado and Rio Grande In th» Inn. Fog preventing take-off from —« ,,..,,, ,.,..,*., .,,,n nMOLvantr, win Memphis cut the early-morning be: Mr. and Mrs. utlio Barnes, Mr. flignt down from a scheduled twen- -„., •,,„ „:„,. , ,„!.,._ ., . ty to two p | Bm , s _ il Cessna 140 nnd Epsilon. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose and daughter. Florence, soent '.'ic weekend In Columbus, Miss., as guesls of Mrs. Ambrose's sister, Mrs. James Mathis. Mrs. Ben Sigman of Birmingham. Ala., is visiting here as guest of her daughter. Mrs. Sam Lnmlrum nnd Mr. Landrum. Miss Bclty Dodds left Saturday for her home in Newbern, Tenn., where she will spend six weeks ns Kucst of her parents; Mr. and Mrs. John Dodds, Sr,. and family. Miss Dodds. who Is a facullv member at Gosnell school, will return in July for the summer session. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Iiraum >;i:ent yesterday in Memphis where they visited Mrs. Ingrum's sister, Miss Lucille Russell who underwent a major operation Saturday at the Baptist Hospital. Miss Russell's condition Is reported lo be satisfactory. Condition of Mrs. J. 3. Halscll. who was dismissed Saturday afternoon from Walls Hospital where she iiad undergone treatment for j severnl days is reported a ssatisfac- : tory. She is now at her home at 1125 Holly. j Condition of Miss Pat Nelly, who' was dismissed Saturday from Walls '' Hospital, is rcporlcd to be satisfactory. She Is now at her home at 310 Walker. Mrs. Ora Dale Cagle and daugh- ler, Margery, spent Sunday in! Clarksdalc. Miss., where they nt- j tended the funeral of their niece and [ cousin, Murleen Spurry, (laughter of > Mr. nnd Mrs. Murl Spurry. 'nicy were accompanied by Harold Ward of Gosnell and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Armstrong of Blytheville. Mrs. Prank Vitale and son, Pran- kle. of North Arlington, N. J., ar- wcre held today. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan returned afterward. Miss Buchanan is remaining in North Litlle Rock for several days, where she will attend several social affairs prior to her return home. Miss Ardcn Ferguson, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ferguson of Blytheville. and Miss Peggy' Jane Fleeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fleeman of Manila, will be graduated from Stephens College. Columbia, Mo., in commencement exercises lo be held May 30. a Cessna 170, with four passengers. Following the breakfast, the Memphis fliers were taken for a tour of Blytheville by fJiers from the airport. Among Ihe Blytheville fliers on hand to greet the Memphians were i W. R. Crawford, Harry Wee--.~n, Gene Dickinson, L. C. Posey, Jr., I Worth D. Holder, Paul Bradley. Paul '' Uoyd, Billy Mills. George Shirley Mills and John R. Johnston. Mr. Crawford said today thai tlic filers were planning week-end cross-country for the near future, but that a date had not been set definitely. A group from Blytlic- to Norfolk Lake on trip and return to the Blythenlle airport on Sunday afternoon. ..Beautiful ~ Days for BD means Black- nrauelit. the friend!' uxattve, popul four Rener;tt1on vhi« welco eiidly with relief n wmel'i? t h 0 caj a a"liej. "li r.ess. niiusea and lind Ijre.Uh. Childre fer Syrup of Black-nraufiiit . . . taste: s;una. At your nearest dealer's, nsk for BLACK-DRAUGHT The ' Family • Laxative , . rooms, — • -- ---- - ......... &•" ...... "-, •>!-' playgrounds, and even overnight riVMl Friday afternoon to spend five | -lllri mnrUrwl fn^il<ri nr «.... ---- =,-,... weeks n.S guests Of Mrs. Vitab's mother, Mrs. Mac Allteii and family. Mrs. Vilale. the former Miss Eunice Auten. came especially to attend the graduation of her sister. Mary Margaret, from high school. Mr. Vitale will join Mrs. Vitale and son for the last Iwo weeks of their visit in Blytheville. Mrs. Lyon Bates and daughter, Brcnda. and sister. Mrs. Maysill Hawkins, left Saturday for Merced calif., where they will 'spend weeks as guests of 'their brother, Ollie Seville and family, nnd sister. Mrs. Lula Stafford and other icla- lives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan spent yesterday and today In North Little Rock where they went to nllcnd Ih e graduation of their daughter, June Buchanan, from , . , I Central College. The. ceremonies to relieve 'PERIODIC' Also nervous distress several days 'before' monthly oroatu. Plnklmm'j p nn ?,™ y °V u "« £?','. -i l ca<lrl<:h ' _ O r ?„ .P'i' " ko "° m "«y women, BUM. In sillier r, !cw days Just bctorr- r^ii 1>nntKt '„""" S '""K<!. ncrvm,,? 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