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FACE TWO BLYTHEVTU.E (ARK.) COUIUER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY J7, Jan* (9 . J. cXHuetu, Shelton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Bride-Elect Feted With Pastel Party A pastel party at the W. S. Johnston home on Main Street last night for three tables of dessert bridge guests was given hi compliment lo Miss Nancy Partlow. Miss Partlow is being honored with a series of events prior to her June Marriage to Marvin Nunn, Jr. Miss Rosemary Johnston was hostess for the affair. Swectpeas were the selected flower for the decoration of the entertaining rooms In which the guests were seated at small tables. Sweet- peas, arranged in bud vases, topped the tables. Tallies and table appointments in the selected pastel hues were used throughout the evening. A handmade bridal doll, dressed in a gown of traditional wVute and carrying tiny bridal bouquet, marked Miss Part low's place at a small table. High score for the bride game was won by Miss Part low with Mrs. H, G. Favtlow, mother of the honoree, winning second high. Prizes presented to the game winners were wrapped In dainty pastel hueci tints, further emphasizing the theme. , A red and white sheer crepe trousseau frock was worn by Miss Partlow. She wore harmonizing accessories in compliment and pinned a gift corsage of white gardenias, set In looped satin, at her shoulder. • Miss Partloiv was prsented a gift of Lib by hostess glasses from her hostess. j Mrs, Partlow, mother of the guest 0 f honor and Mrs. M arvi n N unn, mother ol the groom to be, were ipecial guests. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Edgar oslin. Jr., of Clarkesville, Ark., houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Max Parks and Miss Donna Pledger of Birmingham, Ala,, houseguest of the hostess •nd her parents. Pre-Graduate Events Honor Sue Crafton 'A awlmmlng party and luncheon vea given Thursday in honor of Bile Orafton who was graduated last night from Blytheville High School. 1 Mrs. Adolph Heinick was hostess to II (ruests at the alrbase lor •vxnlng swimming party. Refresh- awits were served at the pool after 'which. Mrs, Hoscoe Crafton entertained 10 guests with a lunch- pori'at her home honoring Miss Crafton, ; Tiny figures to represent grad«.te« In caps »nd gowns, marked "a guests place for the 1 p.m. nf- r . VHJCS filled with'spring flow- were arranged hi the dining room and entertaining room of the v N *•% MAY DAY MAID —'Miss Ann White of Osccola. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gcclficy White, served as a preparatory school maid at Ihe annual May Day ceremonies of \Vard-Belniont School held recently in Nashville. Miss White is a member of the Trl-K Club. Morning Party Given For Lange Faculty Lange faculty was honored yesterday at the Byron Moore home, when Ihe 1950-51 PTA olliccrs eutcitain- ed with an informal morning party. Two guests, Mrs. -Ralph Berryman, school music instructor and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary school supervisor, nlso attended. As each guest arrived, she \vns presented a tiny corsage of n single yellow rosebud, tied In blue ribbons. This \vas the compliment to the Lange school colors of blue and yellow. Bouquets of mixed spring flowers dec-orated the entertaining and reception rooms of the home. Party foods were served, • Langc PTA officers are president, Mrs. Harry Bradley; vice president, Mrs. LeHoy lluddlcston; secretary, Mrs. Byron Moore nnd treasurer, Mrs. H. II. Mathis. f . ] Jtollowing luncheon the remainder of the afternoon was spent in bridge with high score being won fcy Jane Wilson and second high by Margery Hale. Mrs. Rupert Crafton, mother of guest of honor, wns & special Three Guests Attend Octette Club Meeting : Three guests, Mrs. tjoy Welch, Mrs. Harold Nunn and Miss Nancy Partlow mot Thursday afternoon with members of the Octette Club for the weekly dessert bridge meeting. Mrs. .Marvin Nunn was hostess to the group at her home on Chick asawba. Small tables were arranged in the entertaining room, which was adorned with bouquets of snapdragons and roses, interspersed in greenery High score for the bridge game was won by Mrs. J. C. Ellis Vilh Mrs. Marvin Nunn, winning seconc high. Mrs. Huey Entertains Lucky Rook Club Mrs. J. O. Huey was hostess yesterday at her home to members o Miss Haynes Weds R. 0. Belnap The marriage of Miss Virginia Hayncs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Haynes, to R, O. Belknap, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Del- knap, Is being made known today by Ihe bride's parents. The ceremony was solemnized May 22 at 5:30 p.m. In Heninndo, Miss., with H. F. Schott officiating. Mrs. Haynes was her daughter's only attendant. She was dressed in a frock of brown crepe with which she wore harmonizing accessories. She pinned red roses at her shoulder. The blrde chose a navy blue gown with touches of white trim and wore while nccessorles. Her bridal flowers were red roses, Mrs. Delknap attended Blytheville Junior High School and was employed at the Star-Vue Drive-in Mode. Mr. Belknap, a graduate ol Bly- thcvllle High School, is now connected with the Mississippi County Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. Belknap will make their home in Biythevllle. • • • Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Registration for dally Vacation Church School at First Methodist Church begins fit S a.m. GEO Club entertained by Mrs. T. H. Caraway. Lake Street WSCS meets it church Rt 2;30 p.m. Tuesday Number Nine. Cemetery Association meets with Mrs. C. L,. Hell at 2;30 p.m Mrs. Mclvln Halsell entertains La Nucve at 2:30. Mrs. Robert Weldman hostess to TLE Club. Tuesday Bridge meets with Mrs. C. M Smart. Wednesday Mrs. Fred Stcadman entertains High Two Club. Thursday Home Demonstration Bits of News Armorel Surprise 'Bridal Event Feles Miss Stewart Red roses were the selected flower 'or the decoration of the M. S. Yntes ionic yestserday morning when Mrs, Yates and Mrs. Wagner Adanis en- ertnfricd with a surprise coffee, kiL- clien shower honoring Miss Barbnra Stewart, who will become the June bride of James Mike Smith of Lux- Eight eeti guests attended the af- "nir. which was held in the enter- ainmg rooms of the Yates home. Assorted party foods were served o the guests afler which gifts for he future kitchen of Miss Stewart were presented the honoree. A brown and white chatnbray siiii^- back frock with white accessories! ; worn by the guest of honor for | occasion. She was presented a | corsage of red roses from her hos- ;esses. Picnic, Theatre Party Honors Lahge Class Thirty three members of the first grade room of Miss Elizabeth ITal- stcad at Lange School, were honored with a picnic theatre party by Pamela Cnifton. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, Wednesday afternoon. Tlic picnic was held at the Division Street Park, after which the proup attended a movie at the Mox Theatre. Club meets with Mrs. C. A. vlnson Mrs. E. B. Cassldy hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. G. O. Poetz, Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr.. and Mrs. Charles C Langston entertaining in honor ol Miss Nancy Partlow, bride elect of Marvin Nunn. Jr. Mrs. Raymond Shainlin hostess to Avalon Bunco Club. Mrs. Marvin Robinson entertains Octette Club. Friday Mrs. Cecil Priest hostess to'Lucky HD Club Has Guest Speaker Miss Elizabeth MOSS of the EEA was guest yesterday with 15 mem- ;bers of the Promised Land Home Bemonstration Club for the month- tesses for the meeting at the Cloissc home. Miss Moss spoke to the group concerning "Electrical Appliance nnd How to Use Them." Mrs. Ger trude Holiman, hanie domonstralioi agent, discussed "The Drying i Flowers lor Future Bouquests." In the business session following plans tvere made for clearing Lh Promised tjimd Methodist chnrcl yard for use as a recreation cell ter. In the social liour, Hie liostes served refreshments. Mrs, Wilson Entertains Classes With Outing Mrs. B. B. Wilson entertained --members ol the fifth nnd sixth the Lucky Rook Club for the weekly grade clashes of the Lost Cane meeting. Vases filled with roses were I Pchnol with n picnic and all day arranged in the room in which the ! ontinij «t Walker Park yesterday. ' guests were seated at small tables — for the dessert rook. High score was won by Mrs. W. F. McCann, with Mrs. Freeman Hu winning second high anti Mrs. W. B. Mayo, rooko. The morning was spent in various ••ami's after .which (he picnic luncheon was served. Following lunch, the group spent Ihe remain der of the afternoon in games, base- i I ball and various contents. I At The Hospitals niylhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Wash Martin. City. D. F. Wcoris, Memphis. Charles Mattes. City. Walls Iinspllal Dismissed: Mrs. Earl Hall. Cooler. Mrs. Gene Henderson and bah City Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Obert, Hitch hav eturned from a two weeks vaca Tills simple sundress will dehgh every teen-ige sewer—it's such cinch to put togctiier! A one-button Dr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Van Hooser and daughters, Uelma and Uorcta, flew to Dlythevllle !n their plane Thursday from their home In Smlthvlllc. Tenn., to visit as micsU of Mrs. Van Hooser's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nenl. Dr, and Mrs. Van HooKcr returned home Thursday, Delma and Doretta remained for a visit with their grandparents. Mrs. Enola Wright will spend Sunday In Walnut Ridge Mhcre she will accompany Her daughter, Miss Ton.mye Wells, home, from Southern Rapttst College where she has been « student for the past year Mrs. Louise Hosp left at noon today for Odls, Kans., for a two weeks visit. En route Mrs. HOSE as Joiner! at St. Louis by her sis- r, Mrs. Hugh Scrogglns and Mr croggins for the trip. They will visit f guests of Mrs. Hosp's and Mrs cro/glns' brother, A. L. Chambers id family. Edwin Stubblefield of Memphis as the overnight guest of Miss Ililc Chambers and licr parents r. and Mrs. W. C. Shearln am stcr, Kay. Mr. Stuhblefleld and "Iss Chambers left this morning 01 McMinnville, Tenn., to be the cekend. guests of his parents, Mr nd Mrs. E. P. Stubblefleld and amlly. Mrs. Maggie Blair, Mr.s. Ear ampbell and son, Earl Royce. al f Alamosa. Colo., are visiting In lythevllle as guests of Mr. am frs. T. T. Campbell, Mr, and Mr: en Abbott and Mr. and Mrs. Paul collared jacket is Included for street Attendance List r or t.ange School s Made Known Tlie attendance list for Ihe final ;ix weeks of the current school year and also perfect attendance winners or the year and semester of I,ange school arc nnnounccd today by Mrs. E. B. Hnrdln, principal. First sraite, Miss \Vlllyerd; year, Jntncs Harry Asnley, semester, Martha Boone Gamble, six weeks, James flarry Ashley, Buzzie Councilte, J. W. Hall, Boiiby HiU'din, Ronnie Powers, Roy Wells, C. D. Wren, James Young, Ncdra Jean Brllcy, Becky Callahan, Beverly Doss, Martha Gamble, Juanlta Hall, Karen Miller, Stella Dawn Perry and Linda Ross. First grade, Miss Hnlstead; year, Ronnie Knight; semester, Monroe Ci-ain lit, Robert Godwin and Ronnie KnlBhl, six weeks, Hersehcll Fie- .shures, Monroe Crain, III, Robert Godwin, Jcvry Wayne Hill, Avis Harder, Ronnie Knight, Von Shivley, Barbara Jcanette Baldridge, Mary Jane Drokc. Virginia Deal, Frances Gammlll, Cynthia Harper, Margaret Holbrook, Anda Fny Lan- drmn and Unda Gale Sharp. Second grade, Mrs. Hancock; year, Susan Smith and Sliarra Via, semester. Charles Wisinton, Jeanctte 42 Graduates Receive Diplomas At Arbyrd High School Exercises 13 easily Ann Fitzgerald, six Have the jacket in contrast, or make th( outfit in monotone. weeks, Billy Boone, Lymvood Craig Dari'cll Hen.sQM. Jimmic Lcnlz, Gars Sparks. Steve Tittle, Carolyn Choatc Ann Fitzgerald, Eva Mae Gombil! an<l Glenria Faye McDade. Second srade, J.Irs. Warren; year Elotse Bailey and Larry Gene Watson, -semester, Bobby Gone King Larry Gene Watson, EIolsc Bailey Norma Jean Kincaid and Ann Thorn, six weeks, Bobby Gene King. Larry Gene Watson, Etoist Bailey, Norrna Jean Kincaid, Gertie ...... ™ ..„„. a MW WCBM vuc» PaUern"W."g562""is"T"sewVrUe C. Moody, Margaret Ann Thorn, J on In Denver, Colo as guests o Perforated pattern for sizes 11, 12. ! L - Aushn, Johnny Baxlcr, Mickle .. .. ' e u ^-»™ ul ' _ . __ , .„ ... .„ . I^iclifil- ^fucrh fllflr/n. Uo rrin .iin i, T /* elatives. Mrs. C. C. Lee of Dycrsburg, who as been spending several dnys in ilytheville. left this morning lor er home. Mrs. l,ee, who visited ere as guest of her sister, Mrs. G. V. Dlllnhunly came especially for IE graduation from high school ot /ivian Taylor and for junior liistli chool of Linda Taylor. Mrs. Lee •as accompanied lo Dyersburg oy Warn and John Taylor for a visit Miss Nancy Hughes of Dallas. Tex., is Ihe weekend euest of her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Hughe* m! brother. R. D.. Jr. Miss Hughes vill return to Dallas. Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Stewart and mighter. Miss Dnrbnra Stewart, re spending the weekend In Pop- ar Bluff as guests ot Mrs. Slew- ut's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs John Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Hiley Adams and children are spending today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Edfrar IXitson OI:in. Jr., of Clarkcsville, Ark., are •isillng here as guests of Mrs. bs- iti's parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Max 'arks. Mrs. Oslin is tile former Miss Mnry Ann Parks. The Rev. Robert Kclle.v anrl the Rev. Sidney Vanderllmlpn of Sc- dalia. Mo., are visiting in Blyfhe- ville as the guests of Mr. ana Mrs. Fay Austin. Miss Winnie Vinrll Turner left -hi.s afternoon lor Newbern, Tenn., :o be the weeeknd giie,:ts of relatives. Mrs. Russell Phillips Is .spending tlie weekend in Columbus. Mi.=s.. as 13, 14, IG md 18. Size 12, dress, 3S yards i! 39-inch; Jacket, Hi yards. Don't miss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, informative, — a complete pattern migazir.e. Fabric news, fashion tips, a wealth of smart frocks to SCM- for summer are all included. 25 cents. For thii patlern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address si^e desired, jllti the PA'lTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. Send 25 cents now /or the Spring and Suiimer FASHION. 48 pages of new stjles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed Inside the Ixok. Miss Turner Will Attend Educators Meet Slits Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of Blytheville schools, has been invited to attend Ih 1 . conference o{ Sovithern Ijcaders in Childhood Education to be held at George Pcabody College, Nash- vllc. Miss Turner is one of three /rkansns educators to receive an hvitation to the meeting lo be held June 21-23. Miss Turner will represent the Arkansas Association for Supervi- ors. June 24 she will attend the NEA titzky. Miss Juanita truest "oflvir. and Mrs'"ot'to"Ko'cl'i- : ° onfer(!nce °" Professional Strrnd- r -- ' arrts of Teachers to be held in Bloomlngton, 111. Miss Turner was one of nine Arkansas educators to attend a conference of Teachers Welfare held in Springfield, 111., in February. Eberdt. who has been a student at Hendrix" College.! Comva.v. for the past year, arrived home Friday to spend the summer vacation uHh her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Gus Eberdt. Tom A. Tintn of Linden. Tc'rti. left this morning for his home title- visltina here as guest of his slstfi. Mrs. R. B. Wilson. Mr. Tinin ani Mrs. Wilson were in Joiicsboro last n|t>lit for the graduation of Mn. Wilson's son. J"hn Bruce, trorn Arkansas State College. John Brine will arrive In Bl.vthevllle today fir the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Comvay lift today for Marshall. Mo., where Mi;y will spend Decoration Day. Trey will snend several days in St. Lculs prior to their return May 31. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stanley Crosby anil <la>iRhter Ir.tt yesterday for Q-- lantto. Pla.. to visit Mrs. Grcslc;'' grandparents. Mrs. Orcsley nit 1 daughter will rernain in OrlnnU until September when they ^ join Mr. Gresley at the School o( Theology at the University of the South, Sewanee. Tcnn., where Mr, Gresley wilt become a student. Mr Gresley wili serve as camp counselor at Chimney Rock. S.C., during the summer months. Mr. GreRley is former manager of Hotel Noble. Fisher, Hu^h Tucker Hardaway, LeRoy Hudrileston Jr., James Irwin Roland Penn, Danny Smothers Shirley Davis, Nikki Mae Hooper Sylvia Ladd, Gertie Moody. Peggs Privott, Antoinette Rayner, Nancj Jo noss, Olenda Pay Shelton, Glenda Gail Slaughter', Margaret Ant Tlinrn and Glennn Mae Whisenhunt. ' Third grade. Miss Outlaw; se rnester, Raycdecn Hooper, six weeks Ronny Huey, Ernest McGee, BctU Baker, Rayerieene Hooper, Susie Lucas, Mabclee Lnnsford, June Moove and Barbara Ann Webster Third grade, Mrs. Featlie'rston year, Lydie Jo Sudbury and Jame Marshall; semester, Garland Jor don, James Marshall, Ruth May iillicia Penn, and .Lydia Jo SuU bury; six weeks, Herbert Baxter iharles Elliott, Thomas Godwil larland Jordan, James Marshal. Byron Moore, Harold Pulles', Jerry Lynn Adams, Gail Arnett, Josi Faye Crews, Jo Ann-Jarrett, Edn Eavi Jones, Eddie Muriel Jones, Don na Sue Landrurn, Betty Sue:Lucas Ruth May, Cllllcia Penn, Eilzabet Privett. Lydia Jo Sudbury and Bet Ly Jo Tinnin. Fourth grade, Mrs. Cooper; year, Robert White, Irby Hodge; semester, Robert White, Irby Hodge and Roima Fay Mcador; six weeks, John Doss, David Doyle,.Lee Moore, Walter Perkins, Thcron Spin-lock, Robert White, Lawrence Williams, Irby Hodge, Stella Hogue, Shirley May, Alene McDnde, Rona Fay Mcador, Iris Murphy and Gtenda Painter. Fourth grade, Mrs. Gnmmill; semester, Molly Jo Beasley; six weeks, Billy Sam Hanley, Joe Ray Harrell, Eddie Lucas. Harold O'Neal, Jimmy Pulley, Bobby Richardson, Billy Ross, Bruce Thompson, Bobby Watson, Joan Kincaid, Vrrgie Lockwood, Dixie Tapp and Kay Wren. Fifth grade, Mrs. Hardin; year, Wayne Ilolbrook, Frank Sparks, and Dorothy Jones: semester, Gradis May, James Privett and Wayne Webster; six weeks J. C. Conley, David Holt, Nelson Sparks. Larnnr Wheat, Jimelia Beasley. Gait Crawford, Ethel Fisher and Juanitn Pruitt. Fifth grade. Mrs. Brantley; year, James Termain, D. L. Webster, kob- Jolcne Rilling!) (Salutatortan) ARBYRD, Mo.. May 27 — Porly- iwo seniors received diplomas Thursday night during graduation exercises held at, the Arbyrd High School t'ymnasiirm. Heading the class as honor students were June Hardin, valedictorian, and Jolene Ridings, salutator- <n. Other honor students, who were awarded medals, were Marie Hardin, mathematics; Louise Thomas, home economics; Sarnmie Tillman, art; Mary Ellen Spain, American history; Freddie Freeman, journalism; Annette Lincoln, science; Dwight Thomas, music: John McAdams, Danforth Foundation Award; Hilda Pollard, dramatics; and Joy Bon Hilgtjins, dramatics. Nineteen literary awards and 11 athietic letters also were presented. Miss Hardin. the valedictorian, is the daughter o( Mr. and Mrs. Price ert Robertson nnd Nan Miller; semester. Jerry Trernaln and Toby Ann Long; six weeks, Earl Baker Billy Deal. Glenn Ladd. Jlrnmie Mnllins, Bob Robertson, J. L. Thompson, III, Jerry Tinnin. James Tremain, David Warren, D. L. Webster, James Young, Janet Boyd, Peggy Crews, Ardovene Hays, Donna Sue King, Toby Ann Long and Nan Miller. Sixth grade, Mrs. Penn; Bruce Patton, Grucle Owens and Susan Moore; six weeks, Bobby Bratton, Dionne Buck, Bernice Crump and Patricia Young. Sixth grade, Mrs. Slaughter; year, Nicky still-ley, Eugene Bailey, John Deal; semester, Roy Lynn Via, Gene Ray Rodery, William Via, Delorls Huey, Warren Davidson and Jimmy Holbrook; six \vecks, Eugene Bailey, \\irr n DiMdsgn John Deal ..JJm mv Holbrook Gcjne Ray Rodery Norrmn Shields Nicky Sim ley De loris Huey, Roy Ly'hrt'-Via and Dora Bernice' Wylie. June Hardin (Valedictorian) Hardin of Arbyrd. In addition t» achieving n four-year grade averagu of 83, she served as class president during her sophomore year and as reporter for the other three years. She Is a charter member of the National Honor Society chapter at Arbyrd High School, of which she U secretary. She received the 1950 Dunklln County Sportsmanship Award, given by the Kennelt. Mo.. Lions Club, as n member of the girls' basketball team. Other honors she has won include the DAR Good Citizenship Award, the Dnnforth Foundation Award, three literary letters and an athletic letter. She also was named the outstanding mathematics student one year and outstanding social science student for threa consecutive years. Sbe plans to j^ tend Harding College at SeilSP, Ark. Miss Kidings, tne salutatorian, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burette Ridings ol Riseo, formerly ot Arbyrd. A charter member of the Nainnnl Hinor Society at Arbyrd, she has received three literary letters, the English medal, trie citizenship medal and athletic letters as a member of the girls' basketball team. As a sophomore, she won thft history medal and was valedictorian of her eighth-grade class, she plans to attend Union University at Jackson, Tenn. 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