PAGE FOUR BLYrHEVTLLB (ARK.) COURIER JfEWS J»n» Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Joiilz Home Selling For Pre-Nuplial Event A luncheon bridge shower at th W. M. Jontz home on Walnut Sat urday for four tables of guests wa given in honor of Miss Nancy Part low, bride-elect of Marvin Nunn, J Miss Partlow is being feted with series of prc-ntiptial affairs prio to her June marriage. Mrs. Jontz and her mother. Mr; R. L. Gaines, were hostesses to the bridal event. Red roses were the chosen flow ers for the decorations of the en tcrtalnlng rooms, with bowls of th flowers topping the dining tabl and small tables al which the guest were seated. Following the luncheon, the re mainder of the afternoon was spcn In bridge with high score being woi by Miss Jimmle Prances demon aiid second high by the honorec Mrs. II. G. Pnrllow. mother of th guest of honor, won High score li the canasta game. The tallies am score pads used In the games wer In keeping with the selected brida theme. A gift corsage of gardenias am dainty white roses was pinned a the shoulder of the trousseau froc! of brown printed silk which wa. won by Miss Partlow for the occa^ sion. Her gown, which featured ; stole effect, was worn with liar- monizing accessories. Immediately following the bridgf and canasta games, the groui showered Miss Parlow with mlscel laneous gifts for her future home Mrs. Partlow, mother of the honoree, and Mrs. Marvin Niiiin, Sr. mother of Mr. Nunn, were specia guests. Each was presented a gift arrangement of gardenias. 90th Birthday Is Celebrated Mrs. V. 1'. Neely of the Huffman Community, who celebrated her 90th birthday Saturday, has been namec by the Huffman residents as the oldest person in the community. She moved to the Huffman Community in 1891 from Friendship Tenh., and has made her home In the same house since that time. Mrs. Neely 5s the mother of five children, .Austin Neely of Houston, Tex., Ernest Nccly of Victoria, Tex., Mrs. 'Dehnar Lemastus of Conchus ' Dam, N. M., Mrs. George Perry and Worth. Neely of Huffman. Airs. Neely was honored with dinner at the home of Mrs. R. L. Adkisson of Huffman, Saturday. Mrs. Neely, who is quite active, Attends church services and works in her garden and flowers as a hobby. 'The late Mr. Neely served as Itoad Commissioner aud Deputy Sheriff of the' Huffman Community Ifi 1803. Banquet Honors Eastern Stars Mrs. Ora Cone, Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Arkansas will be guest of honor tonight at a banquet at the Rustic Inn given by the Blytheville Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Cone is a resident of Searcy, Other guests from the order will attend the banquet, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Lillian Alford of Blytheville will serve as toastmistrcss. Service Program Presented WMU The Clear Lake Baptist WMU met at the Church recently lor a Royal Service Program, with fifteen members and three guests attending. The meeting was opened with the group singing after which Mrs. J. E. Cox presented the devotional. The program, "Invisible Bridges." TOTS' PLAY TOGS '8141 2-10 yri. By Sue Burnell MONDAY Sturdy, practical play clothes or the younger set that are fun 0 sew. Sister wears a tiny sleeved dress with maehtlng panties; long ir short overalls are suitable for . boy or girl. Pattern No. 8141 comes in si/e !.3,',,5,6.8 and 10 years. Slice 3. :rcss. 1V4 yards or 35 or 30-inch; panties, ^ yardj; jljorts over- lls. 1 yard; long overalls, 1% yards. For this pattern, send 25 cents, 1 COINS, your name, address size esired, and the PATTEKN NUM- 5ER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 30 South Wells Street, Chicago 7. II. Send 25 cents now for the Spring nd Summer FASHION. 48 pages of ew styles, fabric news, sjnjcial fca- ures. Free pattern printed Inside le book. Coming Events Social Calendar Tuesday • Number Nine Cemetery Associa- on meets with Mrs. O. L. Bell at 30 p.m. Mrs. Melvin Halsell entertains La neve Ht 2:30. Mrs. Robert Weidman hostess to TLK Club. Tuesday Bridge meets with Mrs. . M Smart. Wednesday Mrs. Fred Steadman entertains igh Two Club. Thursday Aimorcl Home Demonstration lub inccUi with Mrs. C. A. Vinson. Mrs. E. B. Cassidy hostess to Inirsday Rook Club. Mrs. G. O. Poetz. Mrs. C. I,. Mc- 'aters, Jr., and Mrs. Charles C. ingston entertaining in honor of Iss Nancy Partlow, bride elect of arvin Nunn, Jr. Mrs. Raymond Shamlin hostess i Avalon Bunco Club. Mrs. Marvin Robinson entertains ctette Club. Friday Mrs. Cecil Priest hostess to Lucky ook Club. Annual music recital of students as presented by Mrs. L. O. Sar- In. Mrs. Mable Harmon, Mrs. .1. T Simpson. Mrs Ernest Walker. Mrs Sybil Burlcson Mrs. Enoch Austin and Miss Joyce Henson. Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mills and son, Benny, of Memphis, were the weekend guests of Mrs. MiUs' sister, Mrs. Sam Landrum and JVTr. Landrum. Mrs. Ben Signian of Birmingham. Ala., who has been visiting here with her daughter, Mrs. Landrum returned to Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Mills for a visit. Mr. and Mrs, lulas Davis and daughter have returned from Tampa, Pla., where they visited Mrs. Davis' grandmother, Mrs, Kat« Tucker and Jim James and family Mrs, John Dunn left Saturday for ler home In Philadelphia, Pa., alter several days visit in Blytheville TS guest of her niece. Mrs. Cecil Earls and family. Jerry McOovcrn of St. Louis and Roy Turner, Jr., of Texarkana, were ;he weekend guests of their mother- n-law. Mrs. Kathleen Thomas and their wives, Mrs. McOovern and Mrs. Turner, who are visiting here with heir mother. Mr. and Mrs. Turner and baby will leave tomorrow for their home In Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Earls and daughter, Joan and son, Jimmy were the weekend guests of Mrs Earl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weaver of Clarksdale. Miss. Mr and Mrs. Russell C.'Farr will cave tomorrow for the University f Arkansas. Fnyetteville; to attend ire-graduation events for the senor class of which their son. Harry, s a member. Commencement exer- ises will be held Saturday on the ampus. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hughes and Ir.' and Mrs. jack Adkisson will cturn tomorrow from Kentucky Jam where they have spent several ays on a fishing trip. Condition of George Moore, of loswcll. N.M., father of Doycc loore of Blytheville, who Is 111 in toswell is reported as critical. Mr. rtoore is in Roswell with his father. Miss Elolse Barnes and Miss Lois abmel are visiting In Blytheville s guests of Miss Barnes' parents Ir. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes and sis- er. Miss Luella Barnes. Miss arnes and Miss Rahmel, both are lewardesses with the Chicago and outhern Airlines, are stationed in lemphis. Mr, and Mrs. Utho Barnes and r. and Mrs. Charles Abbott arc pending a week's vacation on Ken- ucky Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon had s their Sunday guests Mr. and rs. Otho B. oilman and son, Bobby id Mr. ana MrsV Robert Hawkins id daughter, Charlehe,allotMem- :iis, Mr. and-Mrs. Howard Schnel;v and daughter, Cherie Ann, of milston, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. •chneider were accompanied home / their daughter, Marilyn Gail anon, who had been spending the cek here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. alion. Mis. Mahon's nltice, I,a- etne Bailey of Haytl and Carol JIBip of Hayti also spent the week ith Mr. and Mrs. Mahon. David Gaines Sylvester, son of r. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester Blytheville, was graduated to- ay from Oklahoma A. &, M. Col- ge, Stillwater, Okla., with a bach- or's degree in engineering. It was inouncccl that Mr. Sysvester was aced on the Dean's List for the ear. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Douglas MONDAY, MAT 29, 19W Chester Caldwtll SCHOOL GKADUATKS— Chester Caldwell ,sou of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell of Blytheville, will lie graduated with an A.B. degree from Duke University, Durham, N. C. In commencement exercises June 5 at Duke. Mr, Cnldwell. who Is a. 1948 graduate of Blytheville High School, Is one of 1100 candidates for graduation from the school which he has attended for yeirs While at Duke. Mr. Caldwell Is a members of Kappa Alpha fraternity. John Ed Hegenold. son of Mi. John Ed Rtrcnold and Mrs. B. M. Regenold of Armorel, was graduated yesterday from Kentucky Military Institute, Lyndon, Ky. Mr. Regenold, who wns • four-year cacet, served as second lieutenant IE the ROTC in the unit. He is the winner of bars for military prollcncy and neatness. He Is aU» winner of the public speakJig medal. Harry Farr. son or Mr. and Mrs. Russell C. Firr of Blytheville. will be graduated from the University of Arkansas F.iyottovilt. Juna 3 with a hiiclRlor o( science degree Harry PITT In Business Administration. Mr. Farr, who has been a four year student at the University, Is s member of Alpha Kappa Psi, honorary business fraternity and has been a. member ol the University Band for thiee years. He Is a member of Kappa Kappa Psi, honorary band fraternity and Sigma Alpha Epsllon, social fraternity, foi which he has served as song leaner for three years. He has lettered in tennis and was selected Number One man on the 1950 tennis varsity team. had as their Sunday guests their son. Prank C. Douglas, Jr., Mrs. Douglas and three children, of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wright of Memphis, Mrs. J. p. AUIrcdgc and children of Kcnova, W, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. Al Dothe and son of St. Louis. All have returned to their homes with the exception of Mrs. Aldredge and children who will remain for a visit. Miss Elizabeth McGhee has returned from Essex and Dexter, Mo., where she spent a week as guest of her brothers and their families. Peter J. Lauman of Biloxi, Miss arrived yesterday afternoon to join Mrs. Lauman and son, Jimmy, who are the guests of her parpnts, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr and family. They plan to return home next Sunday. E. F. Pry was admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday afternoon, where he will undergo an operation sometime this week. Mrs Fry is with him. Mrs. £. S. Patterson left this morning for her former home in Jnckson. Miss., where she will visit friends until next Monday. She will be joined there Friday by her daughter. Miss Vivian Patterson, who now Is visiting a friend at Hockaday School in Dallas, Texas. Fowlston School Plans Recital The annuil spring recital of tht Fowlston Sdiool ol Music will be presented tmiglit and tomorrow night In the high'school auditorium Beginners ind intermediates wil piny tonight Intermediates and advanced studtnts will play tomorrow night. The recital Is to begin at 7:30 p.m. Certificate and pins for membership in the National Fraternity of Student Musicians will be presented Tuesday night to the winners of HE National Piano Auditions whier. were held at Hotel Nobc April 24 aid 25. Students to receivt certificates, are Carmilitia Hindi Richard Srubhar, Nancy Hamilton Eva Lee Craves, Betty Lee Garrott Emily Su; Damon. Dora Bernlce VVylic. Sic Jobe, Kay Jobe, Harding Cure. Edwin Cure, Mike Terry Wnclon Powell. Dewayne Miller Nan Miler, and Anita Lou Forsyth all of Bythcville. Pat Holder, Dorothy Uuise Powell, Marilyn Lutes and Biiy Lutes of Burdette, Martha Lee Ha-t and Gwendolyn Rhoades of Yarlro, Jimmy Callens and Donald MEhie of Steele, Judy Cohoon Mrs. Cecil Lowe at high school uditorhim at 7:45 p.m. A varied rogram of primary, Junior and enior work will be presented. Try Our "Taste Treat Of the Month" Delicious Cherry Cocoanut Pineapple WOODS DRUG CHOOSE THE CEST... * VAULTS TO PROTECT YOUR FURS & WOOLENS The finest protection al the lowest rates in Hly- llicville. As a member ol the Certified Cold l''ur Storage Association we can guarantee you positive protection for your ftirs and woolens ... insurance against fire, theft, moths, mildew, etc. Yes, get the best storage. Call lilylheville Laundry • •• HIS ... for proninl pickup service. PHONE 4418 BLYTHEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY-CLEANERS I PROFIT By Reading th Classified Ads Every Day! PROFIT BLY By Advertisim In The Classified Coluvuu When You Want to Buy or Sell ADS PLACED BEIORE 9A.M. WILL APPEAR SAME DAY All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance PHONE 4461 HEVILLE COURSER NEWS of Holland, and Geneva Bruce of Keiser. Other students participating in the programs ore Linda Rayder, Jimmy Kennedy, Janet Taylor, Pnt- sy Haynes, Dolores Adams, Carmen Gary nnd Harry Fritzlus of Blytheville, Martha Cohoon of Holland, Lois Smith of Steele and Jeanette Woodward of Keiser. The program will feature several ensemble numbers using two and four pianos. One number will feature eight players at four pianos. A scholarship in piano will be awarded Tuesday night to the student making the hlghesst rating in the piano auditions. The voice scholarship will also be awarded Tuesday night. This is the third year the piano and voice scholarships have been awarded by the school. Sisters Reunited After Thirty Four Year Separation A separation of sisters for 34 years was ended Saturday when Mrs, Leona Jenkins of Blytheville and her sister, Mrs, Everett Pres- Uge of Lnwlon, Olcla., were reunited IJi Blj-lheville. Mr. and Mrs. Preslage were the weekend guests of Mrs. Prestage's sister, Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Jenkins' daughter, Mrs. Raymond Bo- nmr. Mr. and Mrs. Prestago were en route to their home after visiting relatives In Iowa. The first broadcast of a presidential Iniitigurallon was of Calvin Coolidgc's in 1825. The first telecast of such an event was th'at in 1949 of Harry S. Truman's. At The Hospital* Blythevlllc HwplUl DlsmlMd: Mr». Johnny Wtsdoni, Oitjr Charles Campbell, City Bob Medlin, city Hattie Johnson, city Mrs. jerry Grlggs and baby, City Mrs. Jessie Bowlln, Holland MM, Louise Frailer, Cooler Mrs E. A. A*jue, City Walli HojpIUU Dismissed: Mra. Delm»r Larktn and babjr, ' City W. R. Stamford, 8t«!e ,,J| C. D, Roberts, Burdett* f MUs Emma Aycock, City Harry Lutes, City Damon Cook. City Mra. Earl Hall. Cooter Mrs. Gene Henderson »nd b»bj. City The West African Gold Cotst to British-governed. Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts at 2:00 P.M. Cont. Showing Kverj Day Last Times Today MAN OK EIFFEL TOWER .with Charles Laughton . . and Fronchot Tone Paramount Neirs and Selected Short Tuesday & Wednesday ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD A Walt Disney Feature Selected Short Subjects GEM AIR COOLED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Stars 7:00 p.m. Last Times Today —DOUBLE FKATTJRE— CHAMPION with Kirk Douglas and Marolyn Maxwell PHIS TENSION with Audrey Totter METRO NEWS Tuesday & Wednesday —DOUBLE FEATURE— MY DEAR SECRETARY with Kirk Douglas and Laraine Day rius ILLEGAL ENTRY •with Howard Duff *' You'll Love Our Flowers! Hlylheville FLOWER MART .Memphis Hiwaj Phone SM2 FOR SALE Bargain! Hargain! Bargain! TRUCK $275 Hauling Cotton Choppers S«3 EAST MAIN FREEDOM FROM SUMMER COOKING! 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