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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 31, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY. MAY 81, 1950 Jane Sheltun, Society Editor Phont 4461 Miss Slankard Weds In Parsonage Rites Miss Bessie Jonna Slankard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Slankard of-Blytheville became the bride of William Bavirt Smith, son . of the Rev. and Mrs. Murphy Smith of Osceola at 6 p.m. Saturday. / The single ring candlelight ceremony was solemnized at the home of the Rev. H. E. Sims, pastor of the Assembly of God Church, who officiated at the exchange of vows., The ceremony was read before. the fireplace of the home. The! mantel was amassed In . loops of: honeysuckle and roses. Bowls of \ roses were placed around the room. : Twin branched candelabra, holding; stately white tapers, outlined where • the wedding party stood for the rites. Billy Slankard, brother of the bride, lighted the tapers, preceding the ceremony, : Billy Roy Moore of Little Rock, vocalist, presented nuptial music. : Mrs. Bob Hundley, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor and only attendant. Mrs. Hundley was dressed in an afternoon dress of navy blue dotted swiss with which she wore a large white picture hat and white accessories. She pinned white carnations at the shoulder of her gown. A white organdy frock was worn by the bride. The dress featured a full skirt gathered to a snug bodice which ended In an emphasized neckline. She wore white accessories and her white rnllan straw hat was completed with rows of tiny pink rosebuds. A purple orchid was worn for her bridal flower. : Bob Hundley served as best man. .Mrs. Slankard. mother of the bride, was dressed in a rose suit with which she wore navy blue accessories. A black and white figured frock with black accessories . was worn by Mrs. Smith. Both mothers wore 'corsages of white carnations. •'.The bride attended Blytheville High .School. •Mr. Smith was graduated from DeQneen High School and Is' now employed In Ste'ele where he and his bride will be at home. 'Out of town guests were Mrs. P M. Cheshler of Benton. Ark., and Billy Roy Moore of Little Rock. * • • • • Final La Pelite Meeting Held In Robinson Home ••Mrs. Phillips Robinson was hostess yesterday to La Petite Club and one guest for the final meeting before disbandinent .for the summer months. Mrs. R.' A. Porter was Mrs. Phillip's only guest. . ; rThe dessert bridge guests were ieated at small .--tables arranged in the entertaining com, which iwns bedecked with bouquets of ipring flowers In shades of pink. 'High score was won by Ms. Arthur Vance and second high by Mrs. O. W. F. McDaniel, Mrs. O. W. Crowell won - bridge-/ • ' • • • Two Guests Meet With Dessert Bridge Club ;TWO guests, Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson, met with the GEO Club Monday night at the home of Mrs. T. H. Caraway for the weekly dessert bridge. High score was won by Mrs. Ray Whittington, with Mrs. Johirson Blackwell winning second high and Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney, bridgo. FOR LARGER SIZES MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED —Mr. and Mrs. William David Smith of Steela arc shown immediately following their marriage Saturday at the home of the e v. H. E. Simms of Blytheville. Mrs. Smith is the former JM isa , Bessie Jonna ' S1 a n k a r cl of B I y t h e ville. T h e groom is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Murphy Smith of Osceola Mr. and Mrs. Smith a re no w a t home in Steele. Photo by O'Stcen Bits fcf N«wt Dessert Bridge Fetes June Bride to Be Mrs. H. M. Nunn and Miss Jim- mic Frances demons entertained three tables of dessert bridge guests last night at the Nunn home, further honoring Miss Nancy Partlow, who will exchange June nuptial vows with Marvin Nunn, Jr. Scarlet hued roses predominated throughout the decorations of the entertaining rooms. Miss Partlow's table wns marked .with a miniature bride doll, dressed In a traditional gown. Tallies and table, appoint-- mcnts.were in further emphasis of the bridal theme. Mrs. James Rogers won high score and Mrs. Marvin Nunn second high, in-the bridge game. A yellow and grey sun dress, worn with harmonizing accessories., was selected by Miss Partlow for. the occasion. "She'was presented a gift corsage of yellow carnations, arranged in a bed of grey satin loops from her hostesses. Following the bridge game the hostesses presented Miss Partlow with gifts In her chosen crystal pattern. Mrs. H. G. Partlow, mother of tlic guest of honor and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, mother of the groom to be; were special guests. Year's Perfect Attendance List Is Announced The perfect, attendance record for the 1049-50 school year of sudbury school was announced today by the principal, Mrs. E. P. Pry. First grade dows. Linda Jean Mea- First grade— Joe Lee Burns, Wendell Chitmon, Marshall Larkin, Larry Hargett. William Paul Wamble. Hilda Fay Barnes and Dclorcs Ann Wndkinsr Second grade — Margaret Louise Fnrrls, Sarah Lou Moody. Robert Gene Lovelace and Billy Oene Nelson. Second grade— Arden Collier, Joe Harold Wicker, Beavers. and Carol Lee By Sue Burnett Heres a beautifully styled afternoon dress that* designed to flatter the more mature figure. Neat and simple with button to accent the side closing and slanted trim on the skirt. Pattern No. 8604 is a sew-rile perforated pattern for sizes 36 38, 40, «, 44.«. 48, 50 and 52. Size 38. 4S yards of 35 or 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents. Ill COINS, your name, address, size desired, and tlie PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Veils Street, Chicago 1, III. 'Send 25 cents nttv. [or the Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 'pages of new styles, fabric news, special fenluros Free pattern printed In- ildo the book. lyivs. Weiclman Honors TLE Club, Guest Mrs. Robert Wcidman was hostess last night nt her home to members of- the TLE Ctilb and one guest for the weekly meeting. Mrs. W. J. Cupples wa.vthe club's guest. Bouquets of assorted hucri [lowers decorated the room in which the evening was spent In bridge. High score was won by Mrs. Otto Scrape, second high by Mrs. Jerry Scrape, and bridgo, Mrs. Herman Turner. Following the game, Mrs. Welri- man served a sandwich plate with coffee. \'ashville Visitor Guest Wilh Tuesdy Bridge Club Mrs. Carl Savage of Nashville, louscgucst of Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, was guest ycstcday with members of the "nicsday Bridge Club, when Mrs. c. M. Smart entertained with a luncheon at the Country Club. Pink and blue was selected color scheme for the 1 p.m. affair. Bawls filled with roses and assorted flowers in (he selected hues were arranged in the room in which luncheon was served and bridge played. Immediately following the two course luncheon, bridge was played with high score being won' by Mrs. Jesse Taylor and second high by Mrs. Max Reid. Mrs. Smart presented Mrs. Savage with a gift. Four Guests Attend Tri-Town Meeting Four guests. Mrs. James Hoy, Mrs. Jack Hale, Mrs. Dick J. White and Mrs. W. T. Rainwater met yesterday with members of the Tri- Town Club for the weekly bridge game. Mrs. Dale S. Brings was hostess to the group in the Mmroom of the Country Club. High score In the bridge game was won by Mrs. White with Mrs. Worth Holder winning second high. Bouquets of mixed spring flowers decorated the room In which the Third grade — Glynn Marlowe Bryan, Everett Dewnyne Miller, Marvin Arnold Proctor, Jerry Alfred Rounsavall, Irmell Marie Kelly, Carolyn Ann Webb, Billy Don Garner and Bobby Gill Westbroak. Third grade—Carolyn Cortlcll. Fourth grade—Danny Joe Bratch- cr. Lcndennic Fowler ill, David Moody, John Rlcliiml Nelson. H. L. -Rosamond, Jr.. Nancy Berry Jimmie _jJl i - llcrl Pol'oway and Shirley Klnnln- mSnth. Fourth grade —' Barbara Nadene Yowcll and Larry Wayne Burgeson. Fifth grade—Larry Campbell and Lola Lewis. , Fifth grade — Billy Baker. Smltr Taylor Brackin and Jeanncttc Martin. Sixth grade—John Robert Stovall, Linda Fowler and Iinogcnc Freeman. Sixth grade — Jimmy Bratchcr. Robert Ray Beaslcy. White and Ella Sue Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Business meeting of the 20th Century Club at the Woman's Club at 8 p.m. Thursday Miss Barbara Stewart, bride- elect of James Mike Smith, will be entertained with a kitchen shower at the home of Mrs. W. E. Cherry. GO1 Parkway. Ai morel Home Demonstration Club meets with Mrs. C. A. Vlnson. Mrs. E. B. Cassidy hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. Raymond Shamlin hostess lo Avalon Bunco Club. Mrs. Edwin Robinson entertains Octette Glut. Friday Mrs. Cecil Priest hostess to Lucky Rook club. Annual music recital of students of Mrs. Cecil Lowe at high school auditorium at 7:45 p.m. A varied program of primary, junior and senior work will be presented. Satnrria-v Promised Land WSCS has bake sale at Galnes Grocery at 9 a.m. Miss Nancy Partlow honored by Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan. Jr. Promised Land WCSC has bake sale at Gaincs' grocery at 9 am. Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan. Jr.. Miss Mary Ann Smith and Miss Virginia Swcarcngen, entertaining nt 2 p m. in honor of Mi.^ Nancy Partljw, June bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weedman and children, Nicky and Dillle Lou, will leave In the morning for Baton Rouge, La., to attend the graduation of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Edward Ellsworth Smith, the former Miss Anne Weedman, from Louisiana State University. They will be accompanied to McComb, Miss., by Mrs. Joy Ross, who will visit there as guest of her sister, Mrs. Hugh Edward Tate. Mrs. Smith will accompany her family to BlytricviUe upon their return in a week for several days visit. Miss Barbara Monagiian arrived home this afternoon from the University of Arkanansas, Fayettevlllc, where she lias been a student, to be the summer holiday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan and sister, Rosemary. Col. and Mrs. G. M. Powell of Battle Creek. Mich, left this afternoon for their new assignment at Fort Leavonworth, Kansas. Col. and Mrs. Powell have been the guests of Judge and Mrs. G. E. Keek for several days visit en route to Fort I.eavenworth. Mike and jane Terry, children of Mr. and Mrs. James Terry, and their grandmother, Mrs. w. O. Guerin of Roswell, N. M., left'yes- terday for Roswell. Mrs. Guerin was returning home after several weeks visit with her daughter and other relatives. Mike and Jane will return in two weeks. The group was motored to Memphis yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Lane Kimbro of, Jonesboro lef, last night for their home after visiting here as guests of Mrs. Kimbro's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.J.- Hargett. Mrs. Kimbro is tile former Miss Lon Jo Hargett. Mr. R. B. Hodge, Sr., Jim Berry, Mrs. W. M. Haynes and Bill Ilayues left this afternoon lor Lexington, Ky., to attend the ilgh school graduation of Mrs. R. B. Hodge, jr., the former Miss Palsy Haynes of Blytheville. from the Lexington High School. Mr. Hodge is a student at the University of Kentucky, Lexington. The iroup will spend the weekend in Cincinnati. Ohio plor to their return Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. nocott and son, Lloyd, are spending the week In Norwood, Ohio, as guests of relatives. Miss Mary Ann ' Smith arrived home this morning frqm the university of Arkansas. Fayetteville. to spend the summer months as guest of her mother. Mrs. Ann Smith and brother, "reddle. Miss Polly Stewart will leave ill the morning for the University of Arkansas. Fnyetleyille to attend the summer session. Miss Stewart will be motored to Fayetteville by her parents, Mr. and! Mrs. Bryant F.! Stewart, who will visit there as guests of their son Bryant F. Stew-] art, Jr., and Mrs. Stewart prior tol their return home, ! Mrs. J. w. Lucy has returned ] from Cleveland, Miss., where the] vLsitetl as guest of her son, Jc.-oc i Lucy. Jr. Mrs. M. J. Cook and Mrs. Helen Schonhoff of Maiden, Mo., arc spending several days in Blytheville as guests of Mrs. Cook's son Ed Cook and Mrs. Cook. Mrs. J. W. Shouse and Miss Marie Harnlsh will leave tomorrow fov the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, to attend the gradua'.ion of Mrs.'5 daughter, Miss Frances Shouse and Miss HarnisrTs nephew, Gregory Atkins. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horner and daughters, and Linda Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Taylor will leave In the morning for Bcsalt, Colo., where they will vacation for three montlis. Buddy Phillips, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Phillips, is spending ten days In St. Louis as gue;t of his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Phillips. Mrs. Fleet Hathorne, Jr., and children. Tucker, Susan and Judy of Hatlicsburg, Miss., are spending a month In Blytheville as guests of Mrs. IVathorne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker and other relatives. Mrs. C. R. Branson and daughter. Lynn, of Denver City, Tex., have arrived for a three weeks visit with Mrs. Branson's pL'.rrnts, Mr and Mrs. Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson and family. Miss Christine Austin will arrive tomorrow from Southwestern,.Memphis, to spend the summer hulid.iys r>s gurst of her parents, Mr, alul Mrs. F. J. Austin. Mrs. Carl Savage of Nashville, Tcnn., is spending several days here as guest of Mayor and Doyle Henderson. Mrs. Savage will leave Friday for Ripley, Tenn., for a visit. Mrs. W.' A. Black of Vicksbiirg. Miss., who has been spending the past tnonth here a^ guest of her FASHION SHOW TO 1)K HUM) -The Mediterranean blue tile swimming poo) of the Andrew J. Florida estate in Osceola will be an effective soiling for the al fresco tea and fashion show to be staged tomorrow night for the benefit, of the Osceola Progressive Club. Summer styles from Lcvys of Memphis will be displayed bj 24 models who will —Courier News Photo stroll from the bathhouses around the pool, through the formal iirdera and along the flagstone terrace of the home. Mrs John W. Edrington of Osceola is serving as general chairman for the affair, which U expected to draw hundreds of visitors from the entire section. Grand Matron Honored By Eastern Stars Approximately 75 -members of chapters of the Order of Eastern Star of this district met at the Rustic Inn Monday night for a banquet meeting, honoring the official visit of the Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star of Arkansas, Mrs. Orn Cone of Scarcy. » The Blytheville. Osceola and Wil- vcrsity, Nashville, to spend the summer holidays as guest of his parents, Mayor and Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mayor Henderson motored to Nashville to accompany his son home. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black, Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Pollard and Mrs. G. W. Pyles will leave Saturday for Vanderbllt University, Nashville, to attend the graduation of their da'ljhter and niece, Miss Betty Black. Mr. and Mrs N. B. Fisher spent the Memorial Day weekend in Portageville and Nev; Madrid, Mo., \vith relatives. son chapters were hostesses for the affair. White and silver were the selected colors for the decorations of the dining room in which the event was held. Bouquets of spring blossoms, predominately yellow roses, were set at intervals in the room. Tiny handmade place cards of shells were used. During the banquet, Ronnie Etcli- ieson, daughter of- Mr. and Mrs Foy Etchieson. presented several dance numbers. Immediately following the banquet, which was conducted by Mrs Lillian Alford of Blytheville who served as toastmlstress, a business session was conducted In the Eastern Star Hall. Special guests were Mrs. Eugenia Hardin, Past Grand Matron from Little Rock, ,Mrs. Frances Began Past Grand Matron from Hixora and Mrs. Valeries Price, Grant Marshal from McRae. Other guests were Mrs. Charles Bosley of Little Rock, Mrs. Helen Schonhoff of Maiden and Mrs Kathleen Green, district deputy grand lecturer from Manila. Lightest honey found in the U.S probably Is that made from fire- wheat in the northwest. afternoon was spent. At the conclusion of the game, a salad course was served. son F. Black and Mrs. Black. will leave Thursday for Oklahoma City to spend the summer mnntlu as guest of her daughter. Charles Henderson will arrive home today from Vanderbllt, Uni- Call 6911 for Blytheville TIN SHOP 111 North First We offer complelc Shoe! Mela) service K in, oil mill & feed mill work, liovisc gutters, duel work. Call Taylor [.uyton, shop maiingcr. FROM TOT'S TEENSTER'S PERFECTLY riled lor clawoom or after school ploy. Many hand&ome ^(fiuards slyles— All lizei lor boyi end girfi. FAMILY STORE 312 West Main Last Times Today ICHABOD AND MR. TOAD A Walt Disney Feature Selected Short Subjects Box Office Opens 1:45 Cont. Showing Every Day Thursday & Friday "WABASH AVENUE' with Belly Grable and Victor Mature Paramount News Also Selected Short* MY DEAR SECRETARY with Kirk Douglas and Laraine Dav AIR COOLED Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE — ILLEGAL ENTRY with Howard Duff Thursday and Friday — DOUBLE FEATURE — ERNJST HEMINGWAY'S CELEBRATED HOVEll Joe Palooka In Counter Punch with Joe Kfrkwood f/ after a 3 year delay, you can see... ™<Hinm lub Auxiliary Plans Ladies Day Plans for the first Ladies Day for members ,of the Blyiheville Country Club Auxiliary were perfected at a meeting of the Executive Board and members of the Entertainment Committee yesterday morning at the club. Mrs. E. j. uure win serve as chairman of the first of the monthly events, planned to begin at 1 o'clock next Tuesday afternoon. Bridge and canasta games will be held during the afternoon for those wishing to play, or the ladies.may spend the afternoon sewing. Each member will be contacted by the Executive Board or the Entertainment Committee prior to next Tuesday, for reservations. Mrs. Charles Crlgger, Jr., who was elected last week to serve as president of the newly organized Ladies Auxiliary, presided at yesterday's meeting. At The Hospitals Blytheville HoiplUI Dismissed: Lottie Pearl May, City. Thomas Ray Prlchard, City. Mrs. R. E. Jacques and baby, Luxora. Earl Wen Davis, Water Vallejj*K Jimmy Bowes, City. ^ir Mrs. W. M. White. City. Becky Henderson, City. Nancy Henderson, City. Cecelia Henderson City. Walls HosplUl Dismissed: Mrs. Terry Lloyd and baby, City. Gene Ledbetter, City. Mrs. Leroy Watkins, City. Mrs. J. P. Buckman, Rt. 3. Mrs. c A. McDermott and baby. Dell. Herbert Downing, Armorel Mrs T. J. Richards. Rt. 3. Glitss that will conduct ilectrlclty has been developed »ith the Idea It can be used for a wide rartety of heating purposes. SPECIAL! Cotton Skirts and Blouses Save now on IhU Tfcry special offer! 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