The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 5, 1950
Page 4
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PAGE FOUR Jane Shclton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Twenty Attend Affair Feling Miss Parllow Tiny, handpainled butterflies top ped the sweetpcas filled budvase that centered the tables at whicl twenty guests were seated Saturdaj afternoon for a bridge cannsta par ty honoring June bride to be. Miss Nancy Partlow Miss Partlow will b wed to Marvin Nunn, Jr., June IV Mrs. J. Whitney Morgan Jr., Mis Mary Ann Smith and Miss Virginia Swearengen entertained five tables of guests at the Rustic Inn for the riesseri (ire-nuptial affair. Emmadele Swearengen, sister of Miss Swearengen, acted as hostess b; proxy for her sister, who Ls attending summer school at the University of Arkansas. , Summer flowers, arranged In clear crystal vases, were set at Intervals in the entertaining room. In keeping with the bridal motif, were the silver bedecked bride and sroon tallies and (able appointments used Canasta was won by Miss Ginnle Shibley, with high score for the bridge game being presented Mrs Robert McHaney. Mrs. H. G. Partlow, mother ol the honoree. won second high in the bridge game. A pink voile afternoon frock was worn by the guest of honor, with navy blue accessories completing her costume. A cymbidium orchid, set in maline, was presented the honoree from her hostesses. The hostess gift to Mis Partlow was a leather topped card table. Arrangements ol eueharls lilies were presented tho special guests, Mrs. Partlow, mother of Miss Partlow and .Mrs. Marvin Nnnn, Sr., mother of the groom to be. • * * U. of A. Grads Of Missco Listed -'• The largest class In the history of the University of Arkansas, 1062 students, received degrees at the 76th annual commencement In Fay- ettevllle, Saturday, June 3. Those receiving degrees from this «ectlon were Miss Martha Ann Moore of Osccola, Bachelor of Arts; Miss Frances Shouse, Blythevllle, Bachelor of Arts; Gregory Hale Atkins, Blytheville, Bachelor of Science In Education; Billy Joe Hutton, Manila. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; John Edward Lllli crap, Jr., Osceoia, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering; Perry Lee Adkisson, Blytheville, Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering; James Charles Dills, Osccola. Bachelor of Science In Agricultural Engineer- Ing; Charles Spencer Anderson, Jr.. Osceoia, Bachelor ol Science in Business Administration; Don Edward. Chamblln, Blythcville. Bachelor of Science in Business Adminls- . tratlon;- Harry C. Farr. Blythevllle Bachelor ofjSclence In Business Administration; Everett Edsel Harber. Blytheville, Bachelor of Science In Business Administration; Melvln Stone Waggoner, Jr.. Osccola, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration; and Millard Clayton BMds Blythevllle. Doctor of Medicine. Annetta Rittenberry's Marriage To Jerry Shelton Is Announced' Bits of News Comma Events Monday Music recital of students ol Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe at High School Auditorium at 7:45 p.m. Business Womeiu Circle Number Eight of First Baptist Church meets •with Mrs. C. E. Johnson at 7:45 p.m. Tuesday Mrs. Herman Turner hostess to TLE Club. Ladles Day Luncheon at Country Club at 1 p.m. Trl-Town Club meets with Mrs Jimmy Lee Brooks. Y. M. Birthday Club meets with Mrs. Charlie Hicks Bt 7:30 p.m. Wednesday . Garden Club has business meeting at the Womans Club at 2:30 p m Mrs. Rouse Hnrp and Mrs. Jack Chamblin entertaining Beauty Contest entrants with afternoon party at Jaycce Club room at 3 p.m. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Graham Sudbury. Thursday Mary Martha Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meets at home of Mrs. Ben T. Mays at 7 p.m. for potluck supper. Friday Mrs. Farris McCalla and Mrs. Robert Porter entertaining Friday Club at the Fortcr home with 1pm luncheon. Dr. Jack Webb has returned from lot Springs where he spent several days. Patricia Ann Chitwood lelt Sat- irday for Hot Springs to spend wo weeks as guest of her sister, Urs. Carl Lilly and Mr. Lilly. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrell ind daughter, Diane, left yester- lay for a two weeks vacation In Vashington, D.C, and points of In- ercst in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Reese have cturned from Greenville, Miss'., •here they attended the funeral ervices of Mrs. Reese's brother, !. E. Holder. Miss Millie Chambers lelt yes- erclay for Harding College, Scarcy, where she will attend the summer ession. Miss Chambers was motor- d to school by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shearin and sister, Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frazicr arc pending today In Memphis. Mrs. 'razier went especially to consult icr doctor. Mr. and Mrs. H. K Sharp and ons left today for Russellvillc, Ala., where they will spend two weeks as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Thompson. While in Russcllville, Mr. Sharp will conduct a series of meetings at the Church of Christ.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Shclton. . Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Springer have returned to their home in Little Rock after n three day visit here as guests of their son, Kelly Springer, Mrs. Springer and daughter. Rebecca Ann, at their home at 519 E. Rose. Harold M. Hodge arrived Saturday for a 32 day visit as guest of hfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hodge. Mr. Hodge, who Is serving with the Merchant Marines, recently returned from several months duty In England and Arabia. Mr. and Mrs. Burcn Thompson left yesterday for Texarkana, where Mrs. Thompson will enter the Cotton Belt Hospital. They plan to be gone two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Graves had as their Sunday guests their children and families for a family reunion at the Graves home on Ash. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Graves, and son. Richard, of Corinth. Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Graves and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Graves and family and Phillip Graves, all of Blythcville and Mrs. Joe Applcbaum of Osccola attended. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Brnton and son. Jimmy, of Saglnaw, Mich., were Ihc overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Pryor. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McArdlc and son. Bntch, of Houston, Texas, will arrive tonight (o visit as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Modingcr Sr and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dcen and NECKING PARTY—Ingrid and Roberto, Giraffe lovers whose pnsMon runs high, bussed each other as they arrived at n Urnoklvn N. \., pier (rom Kenya Colony in Africa. The pair is en ionic' to the Jacksonville, Fla., zoo. Miss Annetla Rlllenbcrry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Rittenberry, became the bride of Jerry Shelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Shelton, In a double ring ceremony May 26 at the home of the Rev. Leroy Henry, pastor of the Promised Land Methodist Church, It was announced today by the bride's parents. The vows were exchanged at 7 p.m. Mrs. Jimmy Parks, sister of the Broom, attended the bride as matron of honor and only attendant. She was dressed In a pink sunback printed frock and wore white accessories hi complement. Pink carnations arranged in white satin were pinned at her shoulder. An aqua shadowed print afternoon frock, which featured a snug bodice ending in a full gathered skirt and completed with rows of Irish lace trim was worn by the bride. She wore white accessories and 1ml for her bridal flower an orchid, set in complementing maline and tied In looped satin. Jimmy Parks attended Mr. Shelton as best man. The bride attended Blytheville High School, where she was a member of the Glee Club. Mr. Shellon attended Dell and Blytheville schools and Is now associated with his lather in farming interests. Mr. Shclton and his bride are at home in Blytheville. Al The Hospitals Illjllipville Hospital Dismissed: E. D. Barry. City. Mrs E. L. Wright, City. Tracy Centon, Myrtle, Miss. Mrs. P. H. Raspberry, city. Mrs, A. F. Hall and baby, City. Danna Davis City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Doris Trowbridge, Hornersvillc. Mrs. William Beard and babv City. Miss Lillian Shaver, city. Mrs. Billy Barger, City. Henderson twins, City. Mrs. Elbert Ross and baby. City. Mrs. Earl Bell and baby, Rt. 3 Mr. and Mrs. N. El. Fisher motored to Jonosboro Saturday to attend a fish fry. and steak supper given by the C. W. A. The affair was held at Crnighcad Forest near Jonesboro. Miss Evelyn Jean Pigg of Osceoia arrived home Saturday to spend the summer months with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigg. Miss Pigg, who has received several honors in college, was selected to appear in the beauty section of the Vanderbilt Commodore, University yearbook. She Vlll return to Vaii- derbilt In the fall for her senior year. A. G. Shibley, Jr., arrived home Sunday from Pen.sacola, Fla., to spent! several days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley and «ls- ters,...Mls.5es Josephine and Ginnle Shibley.-.Mr. Shibley. who has been a slutlent for the past year at Tulane, New Orleans, will return for the summer session. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Souheaver of England, Ark., are visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ed Grime.?. They will leave today for their home, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, Sr., are visiting in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Van Hooscr and family had as their Sunday guests Mr. VanHooser's sister, Mrs. G. W. Breeze, Mr. Breeze and daughters of Memphis. Buddy Van Hooser returned to Memphis with t-iiem for a visit. The Rev. W. J. FiUhugh, accompanied by Sandra Yates, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Yates of Bly- thcville, and Rene George, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rene George of Blytheville, Judy Edwards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Edwards of Leachvillc, Sonny Pruitt son of Mrs. Evelyn Pruitt and Jimmy Capi>s of O.sccola left today for Camp Mitchell, near Morrllton for two weeks vacation. Fred H.irda- way, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hardaway of Blythevllle, was motored to camp join the group. by his parents to "TTTTTTTYTTB * CHILDREN'S SHOES * Built for tomforl Filled wilh care ^ Moderate in price Long on weor Family Shoe Store Here's Our New 1'honc Number 6817 CITY DRUG CO. JACK WEBB, M.D. Now relocated In the Lynch Building, rilytlievillc I'raclice Limited to Kye'. Kar, Nose & Throat lou'll Love Our Klowecs! BLVIIIliVU.l.K . FLOWER MART Mrninlm IllHJ) I' MIJi BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Guests Attend Class Social MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1950 HOME ECONOMICS AIA.IOK— Miss Natalie Virginia Bowcn, •laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowcn of Blylhevillc, was among the 185 graduates of Mississippi State College for Women In Columbus, who received their degrees today. Miss Bowen, who received ii Bachelor of science in home economics, was president of the Arkansas Club She was a member of the Writers' Club. Palette and Brush art club, Home Economics Club Christian Beacon ami Phi Upsilon Omicron, national honorary home economics fraternity. She also participated in Ihc Junior-Freshman Union. Miss Bowen will accompany her parents and sister, Evelyn, to Blytheville for several days visit after which she will leave to accept a position in the Cardwell, Mo., high school home economics department. Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses Saturday from llu. office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe county clerk: Millard Scott and Miss Dorothy Ross, both of Lcachville. Lloyd Brackin and Miss Jane Coalfer, both of Blythevllle. J. T. Steele and Miss Mildred Juanita Hill, both of Blytheville. Jimmie Lee Mannln of Manila and Miss Vera Ferguson of Russellville. Kenneth J. Samuel of Cartervllle, 111., and Miss Eva Kathryn Burn> of Carbondale, III. William Gray and Miss Louise Herring, both of Manila. Robert Lee Brooks and Mrs. Edith KImball, both of Pcoria, HI. John P. Rankin and Miss Eilleen H. Williams, both of Bridgeport, 111 Otf-Street Parking CHICAGO —W>)— An increasing lumber of cities are establishing >ff-street parking lots to relieve traffic congestion In their business districts. The International city Managers Association reports that 380 cities of more than 10,000 popu- ation now own and operate a total of 828 parking lots. Sixty-three ot the cities opened municipal lots last year and 100 otlier cities that-"'previously had them provided adrti- .ional lots. Galilee Yields Fish TIBERIAS, Israel—m—The Sea of Galilee—as at the time of Jesus 3hrist—is a favorite fishing place. ?fsh caught In Israel's lakes and in the sea the last five months totaled 3.0S3 tons. Box Office Opens 1:45 Conl. Showing Every Da Last Times Today ALAN LADD CAPTAIN CAREY USA And Selected Hlmrls GEM I!ox Office Opens 6:15 Show Starls 7:00 i>.m. l.nsl Times Today —DOUItl.E KKATUKF— OU11 HIVII ' [Thefe Dan Pate m* nuuumn • PLUS 'G-Men' wilh James Cagncy •Metro News Tuesday & Wednesday s. U>RrJmOl.NG'CKI.KSTEIIOI.Jl fotdt \& TOillliSTAMK" : _2cv .i~>'" I '">'ii fy' *y M "*ll O HT.tJ ,-•* **• • f f ' Krlcclril Short Subject Seven guests met with 18 members of the Young People's Train- Ing Union Class of Calvary Baptist Church Friday night for the monthly social. Mrs. L. C. Rolllson was hostess fo.- the al fresco party Miss Edna Peoples, Keba Walton Alvina Walters, Jeanette Henderson, Ullly Llnton, Ray Saefredije and Dorothy Lee Rolllson' were guests. Games, directed by Mr. and Mrs. vernon Boyd, made up the even- Ing's entertainment after which the guests roasted wieners and marsh mallows. The social was adjourned with prayer by Gene Pierce. Platoon of Marksmen PARHfS ISLAND, S.C. —{n;— A Marine Corps recruit platoon recently completed their "hoot" training here l>y qualifying 100 per cent with the Garaml M-l service rifle over the standard marksmanship course. Out of the total of 67 recruits in the platoon representing almost every state cast of the Mississippi River, nine fired expert, 34 sharpshooter, and 2-1 qualified as marksmen. Big Operator LONDON —(O-i— G. M. Mullnliy. senior surgeon at Westminister IMs- Jltal here, has just retied at G2 after performing M.oco oucrntluits in 30 years. Ihese arc household sprays which work wonders at the touch of a fuiKcr. I he housewife (above) uses a plastic sprav to protect painted window sills from dust and dirt. She 'banishes muon odors from her hands and the kitchen while another housewife press-button releases insecticide spray (right) to make short shrift of pests under sink. All three sprays are effective in a matter of seconds - • Vwl 3 BIG DAYS Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday JUNE 6, 7, and,8 FINALLY, .at. last> after a 3 year delay/ you can see THE OUTLAW/

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