The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 26, 1950
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BLYTHEVn.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY W, 1»W J»ut Shelton, Society Editor Phon< 4461 Events Are Continued For Miss Nancy Partlovv Pink and green were the selected colors used throughout the decorations of the pre-nuptlal affair last night at the Don Haley home in honor ot Miss Nancy Partlow, who will be married to Marvin Nunn, Jr., In a June ceremony, The four tables of bridge guests were seated at small tables fn the spacious entertaining room, which was adorned with arrangements of snapdragons and gladioli, Tiny,, handmade tallies of pink, adorned with fluffs of green ma- llne, marked each guest's place. Miss Partlow's table was Indicated with B tally fashioned ot green tapped In rows of pink mall tic. A low bowl filled with branching white find pink slock topped the satin overlaid dining tnhle. Crystal candelabra holding burning white tapers flanked -the floral design. A miniature bride and groom rested before lite scene. High score for the bridge game wns won by Mrs, H. G, Partlow, second high by Mrs. Harold Nunn nrni bridge by Mrs, Marvm'Nunn, Sr. A green shantung suit, with complementing natural shantung • accessories was chosen by the bride elect for the occasion. She pinned a Rift- corsage of pink and white carnations at her shoulder. Mrs. Haley presented 'her guest nt liiMinw u'lrVi Hinnor nlnf PA In h<*r Miss Ilughey Marries In Church Ceremony POBTAOEV1LLB, Mo., May 26.— Miss Florence Hughey of Lllbourne, Mo., became the bride of James Henry Workman, Jr., ot Porlngeville in a double ring ceremony Sunday May 21, at Ihc Methodist Church In Portagevllle. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hughey and the groom the son of Mr. • and Mrs. James Henry Workman. The Rev. E. N. Gains officiated al the 2:30 p.m. exchange of nuptial vows. Mrs. Noble Culslneer of Hayll presented a program of nuptial nnusic as the wedding guesti assembled. "Always," Herlin and "I Love You Truly," Bond, wns sung by Miss Bell Ann Cutsingor. "Bridal Chorus from 1/lhe.nsrin" Wflguer was played for the processional, with strains of "Mendelssohn's Wedding March" being heard during the wedding party recessional. Large floor baskets lined with white gladioli, rested Immediately in front of the bower of greenery set before the nltur. Stately Mslitcii tapers in wrought iron candelabra. Itehtcd the scene. Puffs of white satin marked the pe\vs of the wedding party aisles. Wears Hose Taffeta Drejscd in floor length gowns, Miss Douglas Honored With Drop-In Party A drop In at the Paul Pryor home on Chickasawba last night was attended by approximately 50 guests who called In compliment to Miss Wllma Douglas who left today for I'ulsFi, okla.. to make her home. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. C. L. Nabers. Mrs. Rlnhard Mills Mrs. Lillian Prank and Mrs. Pryor Receiving the guests as they called from 7:30 to 9:30 were Mrs. Prank Miss Douglas and Mrs. Mills. Miss Douglas, who selected (or the occasion a frock of tan linen, pinned a gift corsage of pink carnations arranged in maline puffs, at her shoulder. She wore green liwird accessories In compliment. The hostesses and reception attendants wore corsages of carnations In pastel hues Crystal vases filled with pink rosebuds, fern, and spring blossoms were tirnuifjrd In the entertaining room? In which the guests were received. A lace cloth overlaid the dining table from which party foods were served, A low silver bowl, [roir which arose blue and pink blossoms Intermingled in greenery, centcrcc the table. Pastel green tapers burn lug in branched crystal candelabra were placed on cither sWc. Orcer table appointments, embossed ir gold lettering, "Happy Landing Wllma" were used. Mrs. Melvlr Ifalscll and Mrs. W. S. Johnstoi presided over the table. of selected china pattern. Refreshments of iced drinks nnd individual cakes inscribed,. "Nancy and Marvin" were served. Special guests. Mrs. Partlow, mother of the honoree and mother of the groom, Mrs. Nunn, were each presented gift corsages of carnations by the hostess. * - * * Class Reunion Honors 1950 Senior Graduates A reunion of Ihe first grade class of Lange School of 1S38. to be graduated tonight from senior high school, was held last night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Coady Eaton on Walnut. Eleven members of the original class remain to attend the reunion. Touches ol red and white, suggestive of the school colors, were used throughout the decorations of the home. A buffet supper. was •erved from the dining table, which wa5 centered : wlth "miniature cutouts of girl graduates, circling a tiny tree which held blossoms ot diplomas, secured with red ribbons. Exact replicas of the scene in miniature, centered the small tables at which ,tii€ group was seated/Bowls of red MUNjoses competed ,the floral "decoration*! : Following supper, "diplomas" ' «r« distributed among the' guests who wrote prophecies on each and returned them to _\ their owners. The»« prophecies will be read at the class reunion to be held In 1955, Special guest for the alTnlr was 'Miss Elizabeth Halstead. first grade teacher of the students. For her contribution to the reliving of memories, Miss Halstend presented each atudent with the letter they wrote to Santa Glaus in the first grade. Mrs. Eaton showed a group picture made of the students in tlicir first year. Group pictures ol the seniors In their caps and gowns with Mis. 1 ; Halstead. were presented the guests by Mrs. Eaton. The eleven seniors attending were flue Graf ton, Mary Olasscock, Potty Bartholomew, Evelyn Jo Hudson, Ehirley. King, Catherine Martin, Betty Ann Harbor. Betty Ann Graves, Bob Murphy, Roland Oxford and Mary Jo Eaton. Pink and Blue Party Fetes Mrs. Carl Davis A pink and blue' party at the home of Mis. Faye Austin was giver last night In honor of Mrs. Car Davis, with 10 guests attending. Crystal and pottery vases, holding spring blossoms in the chosei colors, were placed in the rooms if which the gnfsls were sealed- Party games and contests were conducted with prizes being present- led to Mr;. Coy Gcodson, Mrs Irene Davis and Mrs Joe Childcrs. Layette gifts were presented Mrs. Davis by the group, after which the hostess assisted by Mrs. Tom Brown nnd Mrs. John Brown, served a sandwich, plate with iced drinks. Miss Belly Brown of Cape Gtrar- Miss Douglas was presented a gift denu, nud Mrs. R. B. Vann of Cn- from her hcstcascs. ron, lighted the tnpcr.s preceding .lie ceremony. Each pinned while carnations at their shoulder. Bits of News Mrs. A. G. Shlbley Is spending the week In Mounds, III., as guest of let daughter, Mrs. John Moses, Mr. Moses and ff-mlly. Mrs. Fanny Tatc and Mrs. Bertha Smith of Dell hnve arrived home after a three weeks visit la St. Louis with Mrs. Talc's three daughters, Mrs. Naomnl Jackson, Mrs. Baubcll Wisdom and Mrs. Opal Flipper. Miss Evelyn Hill of Luxora, student at Blue Mountain college, has rccen awarded the Itosa Mae Kennedy award for studenls of excep- Uonal music ability for 1049-50. Miss Wllma Douglas left today for her home in Gravette lo spend several days as guest of her par- mis, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Douglas and family. Miss Douglas, who lias been a member of Ihe Courier News Staff for the past tv,-o years, will make her home In Tulsa, okla. Mr, nnd Mrs. Condy Ealon nnd family have ns their guests Mrs. Eaton's sister, Mrs. Bill Moore, Mr. Moore and Mrs. Robert Peters of East St. Louis. They are here especially to nttcnd the high school graduation of Mary Jo Eaton tonight. Dr. Edna Nles spent Thursday In Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester will be in Jonesboro tonight lo attend the graduation of their son. Tommy, from Arkansas State College. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Aikcn will also attend the exercises. Following the ceremony, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sylvesler and Tommy will leave for Mrs. James Diirnctl of Memphis Have Final Contract Club, Guests tlllwntcr, r fid i] at inn matron of honor with Mrs. J. H. Ray a.s bridesmaid. They rooms at the Mrs. F. B. Joyner was hostess to A'ore identical gowns of rose tnlfnta mcmber.s of the Thursday Contract ...u,-i. ,_„..„.„.! i ....i., i ciitb ami two guests yesterday at lei home for Ihe last meeting bc- orc the dlsbnndment for the siim- ner months. Guests were Mrs. Jesse Taylor ami Mrs. G. O. Poctz. Hed radiance roses were used hroilgholit the liomc with n low bowl of Ihc chosen flowers topping he dining Inble from which the M'o course luncheon was served. Bridge was nlaycd by the group seated at small tables. In keeping iVlth the flower theme were tl« tallies which were adorned with red "oses. High score for the bridge game .vas won by Mrs. Henry Humphreys and second high by Mrs. G. G. Cnu- dill. * » • Dinner at Church Honors Graduates •• Senior high school graduating members, who are also members of the Calvary Baptist Church,, were honored Inst evening with a dinner In the recreation church at S p.m. Special guesls were the Rev. an Mrs. P. H. Jernigan. A linen cloth overlaid the long table nt which the group wns sealed for the three-course meal. Centering the table wns a vase holding mixed spriru; flowers, inlermingled with tiny dolls dressed Ir caps nnd gowns. Further suggestive of the graduation theme were the favors of graduation caps presented to the guests. The Rev. Mr. Jernignn gave the devotional and also spoke briefly on "Passing Milestones." Hostesses were Mrs. H. J. Fond- rcn, Mr.s, A. D. Priest and Mrs Darryl Lunsfard. • • • Luncheon at Osceola Honors Club, Guests A 1 o'clock luncheon at the Grover Wren home in Osceola yesterday honored members of the Thursday Rook club nnd tivo guests. Mrs Barlcne Blankenshlp and Mrs Cleo Wren were Mrs. Wren's guests. A linen cloth overlaid the table at which the club anri guests were seated, with a tow bowl tilled will vari-hucd snapdragons lopping the table. In the rook game following, higl score was won by Mrs. Neville Blakemore, second high by Mrs George Saliba, Jr., and rooko, Mrs Richard Prichard. • * • Mrs. Hoi'ner Hostess For Final Club Meeting AII members of the Mid - \Vccl Club were present yesterday lor IV which featured basque wnLst lines ending In bouffant skirts. Miss Bar- i bara Middleton, who'served as Junior bridesmaid,' wns drc&sRd in an identical go\vn ol blue tatfeta. Each :firried colonial arrangements of pink carnations. Shirley Jenn YVorknm served as ring bearer and Jonmi Hughey as flower girl. Shirley jean was ed in a formal gown of orchid taffeta, Jonnn .selected a gown of aqua, Each pinned pink carnations at their shoulder. Brlile Wears White The bride, given In marriage by her father, wns dressed In n format gown of white slipper scititi. The pointed basque waist topped with a. deep yoke extending Into petal point sleeves of French Illusion lace was poised ovei»it bouffant scalloped oversklrt. Pearl buttons closed the snug bodice. Her -satin halo hat, trimmed with 1 lilies of the valley, seeurcdHhe luHc finger tip yell.'.She carried for her wedding flower" a single white orchid, resting on a white Bible. J. H. Workman attended his son RS best man. Ushers were John German of ttnytl -and William A. Middleton of St. Louis. Mrs. Hughcy, mother of the bride, chose a frock of bhio crepe with which she wore navy blue accessories. Mrs. Workman, mother of the groom, selected a navy ,bh7fT gown with navy blue accessorlesr Both'mothers pinned carnations at their shoulders. Reception Held A reception wns held immediately following the ceremony In the church reception room. 1 ;. The bride's table v-'jvs overlaid wtth a linen cloth mid topped with n crystal bowl holding gladioli, carnations and greenery. White taper. 1 ; set lit crystal were placed on either side Alter MP ; Workman anil his bride had cut the cake tiered weddins cuke, punch and party foods were served. Later hi the evening, the couple left on a wedding trip to New York city, after which they will be at home at 233 N. Ellis St., in Cape Gi- rardenu. Church Croup Honored By Mavy Joyce Neeilham Mary Joyce Necdham entertained 20 members of the Voting People's Group of linmanucl Brptist Church night at her home lor a social. The group spent the evening in party ^umes after which the hostess served refreshments. Special guests were the Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Houston and family. Oklft., to iittcml of their son nnd the bro- ncr, Davkl Sylvester, from Okln- Social Events Continue To Fete Senior Class One ot the largest social affairs being given in honor of the senior high school graduating class, wax the parly at Hit Mirrr- Room ol Hotel Noble last night.. Alan Berry, Harry Frltizus, Jr., Allen Bush, Jim Relnmiller and Bob Edwards were hosts. Old fashioned, oversized diplomas were arranged on the rounded mirrors with drapes of clustered Ivy and multl-hiied serpentine topping each. Groups of diplomas were arranged along tables In the entrance hall, with favors of Uny diplomas, completed with liny red ribbons, being presented to thf guests as they entered Parly foods and punch were served from the tm table, which held a flora] design of red snapdragons flanked by btrnliic white tapers set In crystal candle holders. The table wns comiletely bordered with loops nl trailln? Ivy sinrrcd at Intervals with a red rose. Festoons or scroentlne hum from the Ivy loops, t'he group spent the evening danclner and pliylng canasta games, after which a musical program was presented by several seniors. Those participating where the boy's quartet, composed if Tommy Harrison, Johnny Halse]. Johnny O'Brynn^ and Blldrly Philips. Mary Jo Eaton nnd Mary Marenrel Auten, accompanied by Mrs Wilson Henry, sang several solos. Paul McDanlcl, .accompanied by Betty Michael, presented his wel-known Imitation of Al Jolson. The grand narch was led by Allen Bush and Pat Henrn. who won (he honor in i diploma "Inssoeing" contest. Special TWO PIECE CHARM iom:i A. ami M. Col light. lege, Monday Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Caldwcll and laughter. KMhye Ann. left today or Lebanon. Tcnn.. to attend the radunllon of their son and bro\\Pt, Cndcl Cpl. Blwyn C. Calrt- well from Castle Heights Military Academy, Monday. Cadet Caldweil s a guard on the first varsity foot- >nll sriunrt nnd hns parlicinated In rnck and wrestling activities. He s ranked among the top in academic records of the senior class. Scheduled lo arrive in the United States June 20 after a Mediterranean cruise aboard the destroyer cnder URS Sierra Is Pearl Holland, oaman. TJSN, father of Miss Beverly Ann Holland of Dyess and Charlie A. Brown, seaman. USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert T. Brown or Steele. who will complete i four months tour o( duty with he Sixth Flf-l. »••">!! the Sierra arrives In Nprfolk, Va. P. B. Joyner was In Parngould yesterday for the Northeast District realtors meeting. Mr. Joyner Is vice-president of the district group. John Ed EtXjenold, son of Mr, and Mrs. E. M. 1 Regenold of Blvthevilte, be graduated at thi lOSth'c^m- menccment of the Kentucky Military Institute, Lyndon, Ky., May 28. Rcgervold is n fovtr year cadet stxi dent and is a second lieutenant in the ROTC unit. He is a member of the varsity football team and the student council. He has also won a Military Bar tor military pro- [icncy. and bars for neatness. He Is the winner of the public-speaking medal. Mrs. Margery Hancock will leave tomorrow for her home In Greenwood. Miss., for the summer vacation months. She will return In Ihc fall to resume her position In the Lange school. Bobby Gene Mullen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mullen of Blytheville, who Is n 1948 BlythDVllle High School Graduate, will be graduated ; were Miss Rosa Hardy, hifih srbool supervisor, Miss Effie Lcc Tcirnll, vocational guiel- 'Uice dircclor r Miss Georgina Arce. and her sister, Miss Caridad Arce of Cuba. Guests atleiding were Miss Bonnie Wilson oJTIlmo. Mo.. Miss Palsy Rue Wilson of Cape Girardeau, and Corjisman Joinny Wilson of Oceanside. Calif. Chaperons were Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mr. ;mcl Mrs. Claude Bush, Mr. and Mil. Shields Edwards. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eomcr Wilson and Mrs. Harry Frittus, Sr. Pemiscot Singers Plan Ceremonies The M. Zion Cemetery Assocta tlon and the Pemiscot County Sine- ing con'cntton will hold Its anmn Decoratbn and singing day program at the Ut. Zion Cemetery, one ml!< east of Steele. Sunday. The., volunteer quartette from Memplis will provide special rmisit. May 2fl from Russellville. Ark. Tech College. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. McCol- him and family of Houston, Miss., will arrive today to spend several days ns guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Pickard nnd friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. Graham Dudley and Mr. and Mrs. Killmnn Voss. all of Memphis, have returned to their norms after several days visit in Blytheville ns guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Ward, Jr. They came especially to attend the Hal Mcln- tyre dance Wednesday at the coun- The jrogram gin at 1 p.m. Is scheduled to be ;."* At The Hospitals "< Bb'lh«vllle Hospital Dlsnlsscct J/rs. Riley Wallace. City, ftiy Swiney, City, ivrs. H?uio Trino. City. ' Walls Hospltai Dismissed: Eddie Frnzier. Luxora. Paul Long, Rt. 3. pary Bnllard, Stcelc. AY. E. Grav. Gosnell. ;Mrs. Sam Frame and baby. Steele -Mrs. John C. Coats and baby Qty. yy chib. ( Mrs. Joe K. Wndriy Is spending ievcrnl days In New Madrid, Mo is guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M dopeland. She went especially fo the graduation ol their son. Gene from the New Madrid High School. Class Meets !n Missouri Home The Hermondate, Mo', home of rtrs. Ellen Conley was the setting ast night (or the monthly business and social meeting of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of Calvary JaptlsL Church. Twenty five members and six quests, Miss Inez Henson, Mrs Johnny Moore. Mrs. Elmer Moore, ttlss Dorothy Lee Rolllson, Mrs Eva Perry and Mrs. Garland Sut- terflcld attended. Mrs. Herman May, class president, opened the meeting with prayer after which Mrs. Don Aycock presented the devotional. Following a brief .business session. Mrs. Conley closed the bus Iness portion with prayer. A social hour was held with Mrs James Rambo directing the games. Mrs. Conley, who Is class teacher, served refreshments. By Sue Burnett You'll be proud to wear this cleve wo-plccer — it's so youthful and ippealing. The blouse has the pop itar slunted look with the neck ine draping to one side. Sleeve ire cap or wrist length. Pattern No. B600 is a seiv-rite jcrforated pattern for sixes 12, 14 16, 18 and 20. Size 14, blouse, cap ilccve, HI yards of 39-inch; skirt !;» yards. The Spring and Summer FASHION offers many ideas for a smart new wardrobe. Special fabric edition — more American Designer Originals - *- easy to sew styles — gift pattern printed inside. 55 cents. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 'I, Send 25 cents nov. for the Spring and Slimmer FASHION: 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Tree pattern primed Inside the book. Iran Has Opium Problem TEHERAN (API—The poppies bloom white In Persian fields. The result: opium—"living death" In the colorful Chinese pharase. Each year's crop Is good news to medicine makers of America and Europe. From opium they derive pain-easing morphine and codine, For narcotics men it's a new headache. Perhaps half of Persia's annual production of 1,000 to 1,600 tons slips Into Illegal channels. It ends up in the pipes of addicts in sickly-sweet smelling rleiis from San Francisco to Singapore. Persia or Iran, is a great opium producing nation along with Turkey and Yugoslavia. NOTICE HER EYES, MEN—Norma Eberhart (above), 19, Is a model and cover girl who has one blue eye and one brown one, Untversal- International studio executives decided she also has acting talent, so they signed her to a movie contract, at Hollywood. (AP Wirephotn). Coming Events Social Calendar Senior High Commencement Exercises at Haley Stadium at 8 p.m j IN THF. CHANCERY COURT i FOR THE CI'ICKASAWnA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI , COUNTY, ARKANSAS Ellen Overall, Pltf. i vs . No. 11,296 | Amanda Overall Qibsno, et el, Dft.s WARNING ORDER [ The defendants. Sally Mae Over- | all Edwards. Ulysie Seahorn, Junior j Bragg, Anna B. .Bragg, Margaret Bragg Madison, Bob Bragg and Federal Land Bank of st, Louis, arc warned to appear in the Chnncery Court for the Chickasawba District pi Mississippi County, Blylhevllle, Arkansas, in Cause No. 11,208 within j thirty days and answer the Complaint of plaintiff, Ellen Overall. Witness my hand as Cierk of said Court and seal thereof this 'May 15, 1950. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk bandment during the summer months, Mrs. \V !_,. Homer entertained at her new home on Holly for the hricheon bridge. Krcl roses centered the table at which the club was seated tor the hvo course luncheon preceding tlie afternoon bridge. Vases of mixed spring flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms. Mrs. H. H. Hotlchins won high score for the bridge game, with Mrs. Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts at 2:00 P.M. Conl. Showing Every Day Today Only final meeting before the group dls-'s. A. 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