The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1950 · Page 4
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>AGE FOUR BLYT1IBVU.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1950 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Dinner Party Continues Whirl of Bridal Events A dinner party for fourteen guests was given at the Country Club last night in compliment to Mtss Nancy Partlow, who will be wed in a mid-June ceremony to Marvin Nunn, Jr. Hostesses for the yellow and white party were Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., Mrs. Charles C. Langston and Mrs. G. O. Poeiz. Colorful yellow and white place cards were set along the long table at which the guests were seated, with tiny bridal silhouettes, outlined in puffs of harmonizing mal- ine, completing each. Miss Partlow's pUte was designated willi an all'white bridal study, set in rows of wispy inallnc. Daisies and sweetpcas, in the selected hues, arranged in a low bowl, centered the table at which the group was scaled. The remainder of the evening \vas spent in bridge with the Vyble appointments used during the games being exact rcplicia.s oi the bridal studies, adorning the place carte High score was aw.mled Mrs. H. G. parlow, mother of the honoree and second high was won by Mrs. Freeman Jernigan. A grey trossean Irock, fashioned of crisp dotted Swiss and trimmed in pale pink, was worn by -Miss Parlow for the occasion. Pink linen accessories completed her costume. A gift corsage of daisies was presented Miss Partlow during the evening. The hostess* gift to the guest of honor was luicn. Mrs., Partlow, mother of the bride-elect and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, mother of the groom to be, were the special gueats. Young Married Club Has Initial Meeting Six couples of the younger mar- ride set met last evening at the Berry Allen homo for the Initial meeting ot K monthly social club. Mrs. Jack Henry and Mrs. Allen were hostesses for the al fresco party. . The group spent 'the evening roasting marshmanows and welners »fi«r which plans were discussed for * varied social outing each month. , Those attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Pulton Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bubanks,' Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Smith, Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy Allen, Bernard Borjorsky, Mr. •nd Mrs. Allen and Mr. and Mrs, Henry. Mrs, Gimmill Hostess Jo Dessert Bridge Club J ; Miss Florence Moore, Mrs. Harry Bradley and Mrs. Dick Watson were guests last night with members of the High Two Club lor the bi-monthly meeting. -.Mrs. Frances Oammill was host«si for the dessert bridge at her home on Main Street. • In the bridge game, high score was won by Mrs. W. H. Hutson with Miss Moore winning second high .'' Vases tilled with pastel summer blossoms were placed in the room In which the club and guests were seated at small tables for the bridge game. TO WED — M i s s Shirley Landers o £ Dexter, iMo., d a 11 s I' tor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Landers, will become the bride of W. C. Thompson, .Jr., of Por- lagevillc, June J1 in the First Rnptisl Church in Dexter iit '1 p.m. Birthday Is Observed With Party for 12 The. eighth birthday of Cccolin Ann Lu.sk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lusk, was observed Monday with a party for 12 guests at the home of her parents. \ r ari-co!ored balloons decorated the rooms In which the guests spent the afternoon in games. Bowls of spring flowers in .pastel hues completed the decor nitons. Gnmcs ar " pnrty contests were played during the afternoon with prizes being presented the various winners. A musical birthday Blatter, chiming "Happy Birthday," held the 'arge white birthday cake, which ,-ns cut and served with ice cream ,nd iced drinks during the nftcr- loon. Miss Elizabeth McGcc assisted Mrs. Lusk In serving. Two Guests Meet With Club.Eight Mrs. Rnlph Nichols and Mrs. Ocne Bradley were guests yesterday with members of Club Eight for the weekly dessert, bridge meeting. Mrs. Otto Scrape was hostess tor Die affair at her home on South Hlgh- blossoms were placed in the room in rhich the afternoon was spent In bridge. Mrs. Nichols won high score and brIdgo. Mrs. Bradley \vas second tigh winner. .JUNIOR CHARM 8563 |J2-J2 By Sue Burnett Designed for romantic siimmc evenlngs-an easy to make dati frcck to delight the young seamstress. Unusual button make ai clfcctive trim on the fitted xaisc square neckloss is practicularly flat tcrlng. Pattern No. 8557 Is a sew-rite per foratcd pattern In sizes 11, 12. 13 14. 16 and 18. siM 12. 4;S yards o 39-Inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents In COINS, your name, address, slzi desired, and the PATTERN NUM- MR to Sue Burnett Courier News 630 South Wellj street, Chicago 7 Send 25 cents no» for the Spring rind Summer FASHION 48 page, of new styles, (abrlc news soecln features Froe pattern primed In «K!« the book. ay 61. Mixed arrangements ol summer Churcli Class Social Given at Lunsforcl Home The monthly social meeting of thu Friendship Sunday School Class ol the First Baptist Church was held Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. James Lunsford on Missouri with ten mernlxT.s attending. Mrs. Archie Hays opened the meeting with the devotional after which the evening was spent Informally In games. Mrs, Lunsfon served her guesLs a dessert course Luncheon-Meeting Held By Dislricl WSCS Board Twenty-seven members of th District Executive Committee tithe WSCS of the Methodist Church were entertained yesterday with i luncheon at the Roy I. Bagley home Hostesses were Mr.s. W. A. Holllngs worth, Mrs. Mrivls Settlcmlre am Mrs. Baglcy. The group was seated at the din ing [able and small tables arranget in the entertaining rooms of th home. Assorted hued spring Mower centered the dining table, with bud vnses holding rosebnds topping th smaller tables. Complimenting bon qnets were set throughout the home Following the t\vo course lunch eon. Mrs. William Hickox of Jones boro. presided over a brief btisincs session during which tile 1950-5 officers assumed their duties, i discussion of the 1951 work of th board was held with. plans bcini completed for district area meet Bits of News Mrs. P. C. Holhrock and sun, Perry, are spending several days In arm!, II., with relatives. Mrs. Helen Cooper, Mrs. Rolhrock's sister, will accompany them to Blytheville for visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Gibson had, as their Tuesday evening guests Mrs. Gibson's sister, Mrs. J. P. Ad- Jus and Mr. Adkins of Manila Mrs. Clyde Lloyd left Wednesday afternoon for St. Louts where she will visit a week its guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Huecker and family. Mrs. Lloyd's son, George Edward, will accompany his mother !tome. I'.e has been spending several days in St. Louis as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Huecker. Miss Susie Tyson of Sikeslon Is the housegue.st of Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer. Mrs. W. C, Higginson is vacationing for a month In Bonham, Tex, as guest of her mother, Mrs. K. o. Shillings. While in Texas. Mrs. ipi'lnson will also visit points of T'.hern Interest. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Hays have an their hmiseguest. Miss- Cynthia Dawjon of Marked Tree. First Lt. John C. Kcefe, whose wife resides In niytheville. hns been nssl-mcd to Headnuarters Squadron. 57th Air Base Oroiin. as assistant personnel services officer at Elmendorf Air Force Base at Fort Richardson. Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. E. Harber and daughter, Betty and Shirley King will leave Friday for the University of Arkansas to attend the graduation of Edsel Hnrber. The commencement exercises will be held Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Jones ot Osceola have had as their honseguests the past week. Mr. and Mrs. B. c. Chase of Evans ton. III. Mrs. Tom Moore, Miss Anita Sykes and Miss Mary Ball spent Tuesday in Memphis. They went especially to visit Charles Tnrley who Is a patient at Kennedy General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowen nnd daughter. Evelyn, will leave tomorrow for Columbus. Miss., to atteml the graduation exercises of their daughter and sister. Miss Virginia Bowen from Mississippi St.ite College for Women. Following the commencement exercises, Monday. Miss Bowen will accompany her parents and sister to Blytheville for H visit. Mrs. Dwight Blackwood, Mrs. R. M Jones of Osceola and Mrs. Albert Greenwcll of Wilson were in Little Rock Tuesday for the meeting of the Executive Board of the SVom- an s Missionary Union. Earl Stabler left yesterday for the University of Mississippi. University. Miss., to attend the summer session. MIKSKN'TEI) DKOItKK — John Bruce Wilson, son of Mrs. B. B. Wilson of Blytheville and the late Mr. Wnson, was graduated from Arkansas state College, Jonesboro, Fr'day night with a BS degree. Mr. Wilson received an honor award ! n Intramural athletics as an all star In Intramural football. He served as Herald for Sigma Pi fraternity and was a member of the International Relations Club. , He was- a member of the National Historical Society and also received a letter in football. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Mr«. Cecil Priest hostess to Luck; Ron* 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. Saturdar Promised Land WSCS has bake sate at Gnlnes Grocery at 9 a.m. Miss Nancy Partlow honored by Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan, Jr. Promised Land WCSC has bake sale at Gaines' grocery at 9 a.m. Mrs, J. Whitney Morgan, Jr.. Miss Mary Ann Smith and Miss Virginia Swearengeii, entertaining at 2 pm. in honor of Miss Nancy Purllow, June bride-elect. Inss to be held June 27 In Trumann nncl June 28 In Dell. Boiird members attending were from Turrell, Joncsboro, Manila, Ilarrisburg, Trumann, Osceola, Deli and Blythcvllle. and work toward his Master's degree. Mrs. Stabler and son. Dickie, will join him later in the summer. Mrs. Mary Jo Johnson and daughter. Phyllis Jean, of Dell, left today for Decatur. III., to spend the summer months with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steadman have returned from Bowling Green, Ky.. where they vacationed for a week. Nancy and LaNell Luckett of Helena arrived today to visit as guests of their grandmother. Mrs. J. A. Lucfcett and aunt Miss Neal Luckett. Miss Lucket met Nancy and La- Nell In Memphis for the trip to Blytheville. Mrs. J. H. Melton ' and children have returned from Little Rock where they spent two weeks with their husband and father, the Rev. J. H. Melton, who is conducting a revival at the Hose city Baptist Church In North Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Adklsson and Mrs. Maude Casstdy of the Huffman Community will leave In the morning for Payettcville to attend the graduation of their sons, Perry Lee Adkisson and Claude Cassldy from the University of 'Arkansas. Saturday, The group will return to their homes, Sunday. Condition ot David Hyndman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Hyndman who underwent a tonsll- lectomy Tuesday at Walls Hospital Is reported satisfactory. He was removed to his home, 1004 Hearn Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hints Woltcrs, of Caraway, announce the birth of a daughter, May 22 at the Blytlie- ville Hospital. The baby, who is their second child, has been named Cherice. They have a son Dusty, At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: P. H, Rebstock, Armorel. Sara Grant, city. Mrs. Hhics Woltcrs and Caraway. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Earl Jones, Jr., Luxora. David Hyndman, city. Mrs. L. N. Hinch, city. baby Vlorning Party Given "or Missouri Visitor Miss Susie Tyson of SIkeskm, ..ouseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Shelburne Brewer, was guest of honoi Wednesday morning when Mrs Curtis Bennett and Mr.s. Mix Parks entertained at the Parks home with i informal morning party. The reception and entertaining rooms of the Parks home \vas ! decorated 'with arrangements of j issorted hucd spring blo.-som-s. Party foods were served from the ; dining table, which was overlalr I'ith a lace cloth and centered will: a tow bowl filled with pastel llo- wers. interspersed in greenery. Approximately 14 gue.'ts called during the morninjT- Mrs, R.-llph Berryman and Mrs. Eivt'vvci were special guests. ML=s Cynthia D.iwson c?f Mark-c' Tree, hou5eguo.= t of Mr uiul Mrs Hadley Hays, was an out of town guest. BURY YOUR WORRIES/ AUTOMOBILJ INSURANCE PROTECTION FARMERS Al A liVlNO » <(.*»« *WD | III IONO MM oihit ot covmt* W. L. Walker, District Agent 200 Isaacs Bldg. llu.t. 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Allen Berry left yesterday for Ole Miss, Oxford, Miss., where he enrolled in the summer seelon, which began this morning. He was motored to school by his mother. Mrs. Kendall Berry. James Bell of Stuttgart, who is connected with the Arkansas Lane Implement Co., was the overnight guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson and wife Mrs. Bell and son, Billy. Mr. Bell Is In Jonesboro this week for demonstrations of land leveling. Mrs. Bell and son are visiting In Blytheville for several days with Mr.,and Mrs. Anderson. Condition of MiA5 Nell Harris who has been a patient at the Walls Hospital for several days is satisfactory. Miss Harris is undergoing a check up and observation. re AIR CONDITIONED Box Offira O'pehs 1:45 Cont. 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