The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1950 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVrLUS (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Jan* Shelton, Society Editor Phont 4401 Miss Shivley Marries ;Bobby Edward Tomlinson • The June 4 marriage of Mi _ Nancy Ann Shivley, daughter ,Mr. arid Mis. E. N. Siifvfey of Memphis, formerly of Blythevillc, .to Bobby Edward Tomllnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Tomllnson of ISlythoville. was announced to• .'day by the bride's parents, of JUNK —Airs. Bobby Kdward Tomlinson of lily- Ihcvillc was 1)0- County Judge Arnold French of- fore tier June 4 .ficlated at the single ring cere- „,.,,...;„„,> Mjs s -mony performed in Piggott, m.iiiiafet, rtiiwi Mr. and Mrs. L w. Fiizhugh of i\ a n c y A n n Blytheville was the couple'.s only Qhjvlov of Blv- attendants. Mrs. Tomlinson was a member of U'C"" 6 . daugll- the 1950 senior high graduating ter of Mr, ,111(1 class and was selected as "Good ,. , •-, ., Citizenship Girl" her senior >ear. '" ' s - i " IN Khe served as president of the Na- S h i V I e V of tional Honor Society and was a \ipmni,:- "fnv member of the Beta Club. iMemplMS, IO1- Mr. Tomlinson attended Blythe- nici'lv of Uly- vilje High School where he wo.s ac- (lieville. M r live In extra-curricular activities ' atid was a member of the -school iln <' Mrs. I oni- band. Mr. Tomlinson and his bride will be at home in Blytheville. linson are now a I home i ti + Blylheville. Ellioll Fletcher Chapter Has Luncheon Meeting A luncheon meeting of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter ol the United Daughters of the Confederacy was held yesterday at the Rustic Inn. Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Jr., Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. R. C. Rose, Mrs. D. E. Logan. Mrs. G. O. Poctz arid Mrs. I. O. Westbrook were hostesses for the afternoon. The group was seated at. a single long table with a gleaming silver | given in honor of Miss Nancy Part bowl holding anthony waterer and low. A series of bridal events have- Morning Party Given For June Bride to Be An informal morning party attended by 30 guests at Lhe J. G. Trieschmann home on Walnut was harmonizing shaded roses centering the table. : Shaded blue and pink hydrangea set at Intervals around the dining room completed the floral decorations. After the luncheon, Mrs. Gean Atkinson, president, presided over * brief business nnd program session.' • rn remembrance of the birth month of Jefferson Davis, Mrs. J. B. Clark conducted a round table discussion on the events of his life. Mrs. Clark also gave a discussion on the highlights of her recent trip . to Washington, D.C. and the DAR convention which she attended. A nominating committee composed of Mrs: Welch. Mrs. Roland • Green, and Mrs. Henderson Hall ; was named by the president lo have i report on new officers for • the next meeting, which will be i held in September. < } • • • •Mrs. Christian Honored ;At Pink and Blue Parly Mrs. Kelvie Christian was guest ;of honor last night at a pink and , blue layette shower at the Ernest Ray home. -"Hostesses to the 20 ; guests who gathered to shower -Mrs. Christian with layette articles, -were Mrs. Elmo Council and Mrs ' Ray. * ', A puff of pink nnd blue satin marked the chair in which the guest of honor was seated for the eve- ;nlng' 3 entertainment. Vases filled .with summer flowers in the se- -lecled hues were placed in the room •in which the evening was spent .and throughout the home. • Mrs. Mabel Lunsford directed the > party games, with prizes being prc- ; sented Mrs. Mary Christian. Mrs , Elsie Vowell and Mrs. Edna Cole;man. Mrs. Christian was presented Rifts .from the group after which the ^hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Homer Connell ami Mrs. PeeWee Council served a sandwich plate with iced drinks. The table appointments used were in the chosen party col- Rook Club, Guest Melts With Mrs. R. Prichard The Thursday Rook Club and one guest was entertained yester day afternoon by Mrs Richard Pri chard, when Mrs. I'richard was hos- tcss for IhE weekly meeting. Miss Jeanme McGce was the club's only guest. ' . Crystal bowls filled with hydrangea and mock orange blossoms provided a summer touch to the entertaining room in which the group was seated at small tables for the game. High score was won bv Mrs Grovcr Wren, with Mrs. ' B. B SS*, J Vm .'™* «~n* high' been gi\ r cn in compliment to Miss Partlow prior to her June 17 marriage to Marvin Nunn, Jr. Hostesses for the event were Miss Joan Trieschman and her mother Mrs. J. G. Trieschman. Assorted shaded summer blossoms, arranged in crystal bowls, were set in the entertaining rooms of the home in which the guests were received. Miss Trieschman and Miss Partlow greeted the guests as they called A snowy white gardenia a : elft of the hostesses, was pinned at the shoulder of the green sun- back frock selected by Miss p.-irt- low for the occasion, A lace cloth overlaid the refresh ment table from which the pastel hired party foods were served. A mixed bouquet of summer flowers centered the table. Mrs. Triescn- mon presided during the morning. A gift was presented Miss Parrlow in he r selected silver pattern. Mrs. H. G. Partlow. mother of the bride, to be and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. mother o[ Mr. • Nunn, were special guests. Out of to',\n guests were Miss Phylois Crank, ol I/iuisa, Va., houceguesl of Miss Betty Black, .Miss Jo Ann Lloyd of Jackson'! Miss., hoiisegiiesl of Miss Vivian Patterson and Miss Emylon Cocke; of Birmingham, Ala., houscgucst pf Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn. ar. Miss Hastings Feted With Bridal Shower Miss Geneva Hastings, bride elect bf Virgil Davis, was honored last night nL the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. Tlllly. when Mrs. Tully, Miss Anita Sue Oldliam and Miss Dorothy Lee Rollison were hostesses to Bits of News Lieut. Halph Wllllngham of Key West. Pla., will arrive by plane tonight at the Municipal City Airport to^spend the weekend In Hlythevillc as guest of his mother, Mrs. Ruby WIUJuglMin. and sister, Mrs. Lee Richardson, Jr., and brothers. W J and Prather Wllllngham and families. Gretchen Rail of New Orleans. La., is visiting here as guest of Sally McCutchen nnd her parents, Mr and Mrs. O. W. McCulclien. Mrs. Frank Nelson and daughter. Janet, left Wednesday for Kansas City, Mo., to visit as guests of Mrs Nelson's sister, Mrs. J. c. Berry, for a week. While there they will attend the Kansas Cjty Centennial Celebration. Mr. and Mrs.' Edgar I,. Crouch, Jr., arrived yesterday from Washington, D. c;., to spend two weeks as guests' of Mr. Crouch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Crouch and brother Wayne, and other relatives. Miss Virginia Nunn of Washing- on. D. C.. and Mrs. John Walton Cocke, Jr., and daughter. Eniylon, of Birmingham, Ala., are the house-' uests of Miss Niinn's and Mrs locke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar-' 'in Nunn. Sr. 'Hie group will remain until utter the June 17 mar- rlnge of Marvin Nunn, Jr.. and Miss Nancy Partlow. Mr. asd Mrs. Don Chamblin, who! recently arrived from the Umverii- | y of Arkansas. Fayetteville, where I Mr. Chaniblln was graduated SJt- j iday. are temporarily at home with I •Ir. and Mrs. L. D. Crarablin. Mr ' and Mrs. Chamblin will maie thei'- home in Blytheville. " ! Joe Wegman of Tampa, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1950 FOR AFll'RNOONS 'tiWZ Club 28, Guests Meet For Supper, Dancing Approximately 65 members 2nd _ _ ^_. IM .^ guests of Club 28 met last evening eturned To his home alter 'i-.e'-^ i" at the Hut for the monthly supper j days visit here as guest or Mr ai-d ;" dance. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash, | Mrs. Fred Bovett. Mr. Weeriia iri. " Mr and Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson" and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lentl were hosts and hostesses for the affair. Mixed spring flowers arranged in crystal bowls were placed in the reception and spacious ballrooms ol the Hut. Roses, colorful pansies and hydrangea were the chosen flowers for the floral designs. Supper was served from long tables, with bowls of the flowers centering the table.5 at intervals. Following supper, the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Al Fresco Party Given For New Orleans Visitor Sally McClltchen was hotiess Wed- ) ncsday night at her home on Main Street to 40 guests, when she en- i tertained with an al fresco party \ in compliment to her hou^eeuestj Gretchen Rau of New Orlearls. '', The evening's entertainment waif made up of roasting *-ieners and | niarshamallows after which party games were played. stationed at the Army Air Ba&; during the war. Richard Prichard hit lis-. cicht tor Ruston, Ta , where hs -s-tli'ce employed. Mrs. Pricharc and ram- ily will join hi rr.in Rcs^s i-, 5 later date- Mr, and Mrs. Kendall Sirrr ir>i son. Jerry, are sptndinr iii W:i- end in Pren.lls. Misi. —fair* ii»T ire the ruests of M_-. 3?rrf« =i--,v'_ er. Mrs. P. W. Se.—. Ss ri--:a Ji= T were }DLn~d fc-r i; -£-oii=.d ij- their son and orc-ti^r. AI^± 3frr4 S478 34-48 By Sue Burnett Designed to give you a graceful, slim silhouette is this warm wea ther special that comes in a wide range of sizes. Tiny ruffling outlines :he v-neckline. soft githers trim txxiu-c and hip. P.v.-.ern No. 8478 is a sew-rite P*rJorat«i pattern for sizes ,34, 3n JS. 40. 43. 44. 46 and 48. Size 36. sl»:i i!reve. 4', yards of 39-inch. Fvi: tiiu pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS you: name, address, size ceped. and tile PATTERN' NOM- Bi=. !G S'^e Burnett Courier News. S30 SC:J:H 1,1'ells Street. Chicago 1, "i"-'-^ Serins and Summer FASHION o"ers many ideas for a .=u^i ci-i- wardrobe! Special fabric f-i::::; — EC--C American Designer Or-r-^-il? — c35y to sew styles — r-" 7-aK=m printed inside. 25 cents. Ole Miis.. a; Olfc-rc Sey-nc-.-e ir.d 3. " EI Ra Tendon SprtE^T ci£n, *jri_ lo 1^0:: Miis Hrj£-E rUr-ir -r53 -jf.^~-- -_.-- rr.^jrro's- for Ga:erj, ~. ^ —' TT'^^* t.-:> V--. and ii.--_ =.uai=J3 H=~tj :•_:: The Story Hour Is Discontinued J}" S:i ~ -Hour, sponsored by the =--"-"-="-— Ju-^or Sem'ce Auxiliary ^~~- -iil 2t the Library e=ch Sat" Ci ~ morni^r. na* been juoon- -—— ir_rourh the summer months, :. ~u anrcur;-:ed today by Mrs. -"--^^ : ~' Caxkc-o, chairman of the ; ^* £--;r •s'lli be resumed again — it ;z3 months md d = te and '•-—•- '-"-- r -he P-O-STEm sill be an-"- :r - r ---« !a:«r. K^!cd its. Cariton. 15 guests for the Rases and sweetpcas bridal shower. were the selected flowers for the decorations of the entertaining rooms in which the evening was spent in bridal lames. Miscellaneous gifts were present- d Miss Hastings from the group iftcr which the hostess served a andwich plate with iced drinks Club at Razorback _A dining room at the Razorbaclc setting yesterday for the Dr . lt . ; ...^ -^. i dauznicr. Vr"v j?. 'zz.-,* ' j into their n>ir4 -JJ^ r r--,> I at 1237 Ch ; . : i=r-.- i"V^ Kibitzer Club and two guests. Mrs. Jack Chamblin was hostess to the club and guests, Mrs. Denver Wilson and Mrs. Don Chamblin. Mrs. Harry A. Hatnes won high score, Mrs. Alex Curtis second high and Mrs. Rute Carson, bridgo. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Jennie Madden, city. Walls Hospital Dis tnissed: Louise Conley, Luxora. Gale Turner. Stcele. Mrs. Pearl Smith. Manila. Mrs. J. A. Holmes, Dell. Mrs. Prichard served plate. -"lad BEFORE YOU BUY ANY NEW CAR Beffcr See Still & Young Motor Co. |j Lincoln-Mercury SALE! Saturday & Monday Only Now is the lime lo slnrk U|> on lir.uHiflll. sheer, clear Nylons ...'=>! gnusr, 15 clciiipr ... In lovely summer shades. All sizes. Reg. flSc Irregulars) Reg. 1.25 £ I li George A. I jr-h visitinf in -z-. . George R. Lamb irji ILrj. L&.-.-.i Sales of "farm fa ? ji-ter" irj vj_* us have dropped to at/re; *M.f.ts!ffi pounds a year from \~A!fftfff, pounds in 1W-4 Rent A Car. . . Drive It Yourself Fresh Crappie Chicken Dinner Package Delivery Anywhen Simpson's Cafe STATE LINE Phones 4948 - 937 New Member Joins WMU Mrs. Carl Cistleman met as new member Tuesday night wit the Gosnell WMU when the grou. met at the church lor « Roya Service. Program. Group sljglng opened the meet ing after which the president. Mrs L. T. Knrnes, led in prayer. Mrs. c. A Moody presented th devotional after which the servie program was given. Those particl pating were Mrs. Tom Grimes. Mrs Lewis Rhymes Mrs. Mamie lioodj Mrs. Wllma Williams, Mrs. derail Moody, Mrs Karnes and Mrs. Jan ice Gray. Foil-owing the program, Mrs, Ra chel House presented several voca solos. She was accompanied by Mrs Castleman. tn the social hour following, Mrs C. A. Moody was hostess to tti group. A low bowl from which aresi larkspur formed the centerpiece Jo the refreshment table. Pastel hucc table appointments were used The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Castle man and children, Rebecca am Danny, recently moved Into ih Gosnell Community to accent th pastorate of the church. Leachville PTA Chairmen Named LEACHVILLE, June 9 — Mrs Aaron Hooker. 1950-51 president of the Leachville Parent Teachers As sociation, today named committet chairmen for the coming 5C hoo year. Those selected were program. Mrs Bill Crure: magazine, Mrs Gene Higgmbotham: publicity, Mrs. Eardie Shannon; budget. Mr. and Mrs J. L. Swihart; hospitality. Mrs Leroy Carter; study, Mrs. Charles Wilson; founders day. Mrs. Hcrshe] Johnson: health. Dr. and Mrs. T S'. Rodman; historian. Mrs. Joe Wheeler; and membership Mrs Delbert Hooker. Other 1950-51 officers are vice president. Mrs. Carl Burton- secre- ary. Mrs. Roy Thomas and treasurer. Mrs. H. Howard. Political Announcement rue Courier News has been author- zed to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic primaries July 25 and August 8. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Roland Green OK STATE REPRESENTATIVE U H Autrj Re-election Post No I John .1 Cowan Kenneth S Sulcer Post No 2 E. C "Gene" Fleeman (for re-election Post No «) W. F. Wells for sta(e Senator W R Nicholson ." .; J. Lee Bearden • SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR Qsee Nunnally MIRRORS RESILVERED Satisfaction Guaranteed Blytheville Glass & Paint Co. Phone 6716 (I'irsl Quality) Hemembcr. Two Days Only! HEUERS SHOE STORE Across from Hie (lofT Hold !.->*• rf* *,.*£ , SNIDER'S SPECIAL MENU AIL. YOU CAN EAT $1.50 Air Conclilioncd Dining Room Friday & Saturday-—— Fresh White River Catfish & Hush-Puppies French Fries Combination Salad All You Can Eat $1.50 You'll like our speedy scry/cc, tasty dishes and low, low prices . . . after one visit you will be saying, as many others iov . . , "Let's go to Snider's." SNIDERS RESTAURANT 114 North 2nd Phont 2462 'H-HNG SAUCER' MODEL — Hopping cnto (lie Hying saucer bandwagon Is Parisian designer Rcard, who presents the ."Plying Saucer" swliasult, with suction-held saucers. The bc- niffled discs are Hatched by scanty trunks and a flirty panisol to provide protection from the s u n. (Photo from Paris by NBA - Acme staff corrcsiwn- dent David S. Boycr.) Funeral Is Fatal JUDA, Sudan (,Ty_ charged with lomicide, a tribesman was acquitted when Investigation showed he \vas r only brandishing his spear too enthusiastically at the funeral ol a relative. You'll Love Our Flowers! BLVTIIEVILLE FLOWER MART Memphis Hiwaj rb^ic «fttz ,re AIR CONDITIONED Box Office Opens 1:45 Continuous Showing Every Day Today Only Lives of a Bengal Lancer With Gary Cooper and Krauchol Tone Paramount News and Selected Shorts Saturday Serial: 'Tony Express" No. 7 and Cartoon Sunday and Monday INWITU • BETIEER • irNElU • A MllCtl tLL LLlStN Pioduclion fl CHABDMUBAtjvc • O.rftlri t>T MUCHEll UISIN ij b/ SMU BWMS ind CATXSSISl lUSMr Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. LAST TIME TODAY —DOUULE KKATURK— ,, Bodyholt" S**9tt> OF F£Afi Willard Parker Selected Short Subject Sunday and Monday —DOUBLE FEATURE— m GREAT PLANE Coming Soon lo Roxy 1'liVKY \vilh Jeanne Crain NANCY GOES TO RIO with Jane Powell The Damned Don'l Cry with Joan Crawford Chain Lightning with Humphrey Bogarl

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