The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 12, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUIUKR NEWS ewA, Jane Shelton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Marjorie Robertson Exchanges Nuptial Vows At 6:30 p.m. Friday Miss Marjorie Robertson, daughter of Mr. H H r n \i i? Q « '•• i> u i»l !.,» . End Mrs Jack Robertson of Blyttic- HKIDIC — Mrs. Kenneth Poff o f Blythcvillc was before her marriage June 9, Miss Marjorie Robertson of Blytheville. ville, became the bride of Kenneth Poff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poff of Blytheville. The double ring ceremony was performed at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. W, B, Younl, of the Wesley Memorial Church. White wicker floor baskets, from which brimmed stately white gladioli, intermingled with scarlet roses, flanked the bridal party during the r j']]e double rilll* exchange of vows. A low bowl holding pink and yellow .swcetpeas. set ceremony was In banked greenery, topped a table performed a t to complete the setting for the ceremony. 6:30 p.m. Mi- Maid of honor and onlv attend- nlw i \r,, a Pnff ,~ ant to her sister, was Miss Tom- " mie Robertson. A Jonathan Logan are now at dress designed of pale green or- j,., mp | n m v gandy was selected by Miss Robert- ;u "" c "' ij| >son. She wore v,-bite accessories and thcville. p'nned brown toby orchids at the shoulder of her gown. 1 A ballerna length white nylon embroidered gown was selected by the bride for the exchange of nuptial vows. Her snug fitted white hat featured rows of tiny feathers, which gave a halo effect. Her other accessories were In gleaming white and she carried for her bridal flower a single purple throated white orchid atop a white Bible. Billy Gibbs served Mr. Poff as best man. Mr. Poff and his bride are now at home In Blytheville. The bride' was graduated from MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1950 Breakfast Compliments Miss Nancy Partlow Pastel hued slimmer blossoms decorated the W. M. Williams home Saturday morning for a breakfast for 14 guests and honoring Miss Nancy Partlow. Mrs. Wilson Henry and Mrs. Williams were hostesses for the pre- Blytheville High School and Is now I m 'l )lial affair, one In the series of events honoring the bride to be. associated Ark-Mo Power Company. She is a member of Epsl- lon Sigma Alpha sorority; Mr. Poff is an alumnus of Gosnell High School and Is co-owner of a service station on Highway IS. the Navy during He served with World War II. Ho'useguest, Graduate Feted at Open House Approximately 40 Saturday afternoon guests at the called F. E. Black, home from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.. when Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. Black entertained with open house in compliment to Missr Phyloisc Crank .of Louisa, Va., housegucst of the Black's and Miss Maureen Norris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F, Norrls, who was graduated recently from St. Ceceilia Academy. Nashville, Tenh. Composing the receiving line were Mrs. Norris, Maureen Norris, Mrs. Bjack, Miss Crank, Miss Black ontl Mrs. Pollard. The pastel shaded afternoon frocks worn by^the honorees formed a contrast for the floral bedecked reception and entertaining rooms of the home. Gift arrangements of pastel dyed Ester Reed daisies were presented to the honorees. These were pinned al the shoulder line of their gowns. Misses Barbara Monaghan and Arden Ferguson, Mrs. "Robert McHaney and Mrs. Howard Graham of Steele alternated at the refreshment table, which was overlaid in crisp organdy lopping a golden shaded material. A single large ivory ring shaped holder flanked "SIMPLE, CHARMING" prior to her marriage Saturday to Marvin Nunn, Jr. A handmade lace and linen cloth overlaid the dining table at which the guests were seated for the two course meal. A crystal bowl holding multl-hued sweetpeas and baby's breath centered the table. A similar floral design topped the buffet. Miniature place cards in the bridal theme were used. Each card held riddles for guests to solve. Guests composed appropriate Jingles depicting the honoree's life. They were added to an initial rhyme begun by the hostesses. The completed collection was presented the bride elect. A silver bread tray was the hostess 1 gift for the honoree. Miss Partlow was dressed in a chartreuse charnbray frock, which was completed In an embroidered desi»n and worn with blending»nccessories. A ,gift corsage- of swcetpcas and dainty carnations was pinned at the shoulder of her^trousseau gown. Following breakfast, gaincs were Dlayed and prizes presented Miss Marilyn Decn. Mrs. Robert McHaney. Mrs. H. G. Partlow and Mis.s Joann Campbell. Mrs. Partlow. mother of the bride to be, and Mrs. H. M. Nunn, mother of Mr. Nimn. were special guests. Miss Phyloise Crank of Louisa, Va., lumscKuest of Miss Betty Black, was an out of town guest. by replicas in a smaller design and brimming with colorful pan.sics, formed the centerpiece for the table In keeping with the summer pastel touch, were the refreshments which ranged in .shaded hues. The hostesses presented gifts to the guests of honor. Several out-of-town guests also, were present. Comino Events Social Calendar Tuesday Hlylheville Junior Service Auxiliary meets at Country Club at. 10 a.m. Number Nine Cemetery Association meets at the home of Mrs. Herbert Julian at 2 p.m. Mrs. Matt Monaglinn, Mrs. C. W. Garrison, Miss Gay Garrlgan and Miss Barbara Monaghan entertaining for Miss Nancy Partlow, brirle- elcct of Marvin Nunn, Jr. Charlevolx Chapter of DAR meets at Hotel Noble for 1 p.m luncheon. Hostesses Mrs. Charles Penn and Miss Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Smith of Car- i uthersville, became the bride of Dr. Richard Warner Artz. son of n. w Artz and the late Mrs. Artz of Flushing. N.V., June 3. The single ring ceremony took place In Eastwood Memorial Melh- odist Church of Cnruthersvllle. with tlie Rev, Floyd V. Broker, pastor reading the iinarriage vows. Preceding the ceremony, a program of nuptial music was presented by L, T. Moore, Jr.. of Illythevillc. organist. During the ceremony he played "The Lord's Prayer." Miss Charley Ruth Blank- inshlp. mezzo-soprano, of Dell, and Harry Fritzius. tenor, of Blvtheiille ' sang "Wanting you" and "Where er , ye Walk." The bride's go«-n was an original New York creation of white Chantilly lace over slipper sntin r.nd nylon net. It was fashioned with a light pointed bodice and full skirt ending in a regal self train The long fitted sleeves were attached to a high yoke of scalloped Ince and net, and lined in seed nearls A design .of pearls was embroidered on the hem of the fingertip veil of misty illusion which wns '•elcl secure by a prarl studded ! Juliet tlarn. Her only jewelry was ' a strand of pearls. Mrs. Marye Camubr-ll. Cmumnia Mo., was matron of honor. She More a formal gown nf preen orgindv with a hnt fashioned from the same mntfrinl. Mr. Ariz served Ills son as besl man. Ushers were Walter Emerson Mrs. A. O. Little. Wednesday Mrs. P. (3. Riechel hostess at her home, 1201 Hearn. to members of Lutheran Women's Guild at 8 p.m. Mrs. Fred Stcadman to High Two Club. Thursday Mrs. Buck Germany entertaining Armorel Home Demonstration Club. Kibilzcr Club meets with Mrs Alex Curtis: Mrs. J. C. Elli.5 hostess to Ocrctte Club. Friday Lucky Rook Club mots with Mrs. Freeman Huey. Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley and Mr.s. W, A. 'Stickmon entertaining Past Matrons and Patrons at Haley home at 7:30 p.m. — Miss Iris Elizabeth Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith of rJ IT T, T w - E - Smlt » ° f Caruthersvllle, was SsH 3S ssS ~" ~- »>•?»""• C jt y • "-'«.<. ui mis ccr cmony performed at the Bast-I „ .. . ,, wood Memorial Melhodist Church' following the ceremony a recep- of Caruthersvlllo. tion was held in the bride's home* with Mrs. Smith, Mr. Artz Mrs -^x=^=*-SVK-*.. -f^^mi night. She will leave Wednesday for Newbern, Tcnn., to spend several days with relatives. Miss Helen Heddoch and Marcus Oswalt of Joiner were the Sunday guests of Miss Jcnn Dedman. Johnny Loggins is visiting relatives in Tlptonvllle, Tenn. Mrs. Frank Grear and children, Selwyn and Franklin, o f Holly Springs, Miss., arrived Saturday for a week's visit as guests of Mr and Mrs. W. I. Malin. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blythe and children of Campo. Calif., will arrive Wednesday for a visit-with Mr. Blythe's sister, Mrs. Grear and Mrs. Malin. Among the out of town people who attended the funeral of c. a. Weedman yesterday were, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weedman and son. .Sidney, of Indianapolis, Ind,,- Mrs. John Rawles, Lilian Rawles and Earl Gelzer of Dyersburg, Mrs. James Clift and two daughters of Newborn. Tenn., Mrs. Irene McGeorge and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pillow of Washington, D. C., Mr. iml Mrs. Floyd Weedman of chaf- fee, Mo.. Harold Van Winkle of New Boston, Ind., James Vua Winkle of Tell City, Ind., Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Hill of Cape Glrardeau. Mo., Jim Hill of Ilonorsville, Mo' Mr. and Mrs. George Weedman' Jr., of Thiec Rivers, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nichols, of Keiser' Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Waldron' Mrs. Arthur lleeb, Max Heeb. Mrs R. W. Hiltton and Mrs. o. H Marhall o[ Chaflce. Mr. and Mrs Woodrow Enderson and family O f Hayti, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown Mrs. Veronon Wells. Mrs. Lucille Stephens. Mrs. Charles Lipscomb and nc'Acy Ynrbrough of Steele and Mrs. Edward E. Smith of Daton Houge. La. . Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Smart motored O'Neal Dedman and Murray Smart to ncQueoin, ill., yesterday where they will attend the Egyptian Music Camp for several days. Mr. find Mrs. Smart returned to Blvthe- ville last night. Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Lawrence of Greenwood, Miss., were the week' end guests of Mr. Lawrence's sister.' Mrs. Hiram Wylie and fainilv. Miss Betty Sue Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence accompanied her parents to Blytheville lor several days visit as guest of Miss Barbara Monaghan and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghan. Miss Lawrence, who was gisd- uated recently from the University of Arkansas, and Miss Monaghnn are former school males [it the University, Clarence Kolwyck. formerly of Blyihcville, who is now a patient at, Kennedy Veterans Hospital is reported as improved. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kolwyck and Jimmy Kolwyck spent. Sunday in Memphis wi'.h Frank Vitaie or North Arlington, N. J., arrived Sunday to visit as guest of Mrs. Mae Atiten and family. Mrs. vitale and son have spent ihe past month here as guest, of her mother, Mrs. Auten. Mr. Vitale will remain for a two weeks visit after which the group will return to their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Tyron and Eleue Tyrone spent the weekend in Nashville, Tenn., as guests of Mrs. l.yria Bright and daughter Frances. While in Nashville tlie group attended the Grand ole opry. Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Blankenship are spending several days In Birmingham. Ala., on a business trip. Barbara Ann Smith left Saturday night, for a month's visit in Washington. Pa., as guest of her sister Mis. John A. Love, Mr. Love and family. Mr. and Mrs. Love nnd iamily had been visiting relatives in Blytheville. .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance and At The Hospitals TilyllicvHlc Hospital Dismissed: Jack Adams, Tomato France.'; Harris, City John IIugllRV Huffman Mrs. W. -T.-Davis. cits- Mrs. Earl Ham, Steele Charles Downing. City Mrs. Fletcher Fisher, City J. Walters. Osccola Walls Hiisiiital Dismissed: Mrs. James baby, Osccola Mr.s. Oscar Steele Mrs. Dorothy Bradford, and ba- H. Matthews Whlttington, and Jr., Sue Burnett A smartly styled, daytime dress that has a simple charm all its own. Tiny sleeves are cool and comfortable—pattern provides a three miartsr length for cooler weather. Attach your favorite jewelry or a flower bouquet. For this pattern, send 25 cent* In COIN'S your name address size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett courici News, 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 7. Send 25 cents now for llic Spring and Summer FASHION. 48 pages of new styles, fabric news, special features. Free pattern printed inside Ihe book. Pattern No. 8007 is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes la. H. 1C. la., 20; 40 and 42. size H. short s-leeve, ,1'i yards of 3S or 39-Inch . Vor this pattern, send 2.i cents, •In COINS, your name, address. si7C itcsiteii, and the PAITEPN NUM- I1KK to -Sue Burnett. Courier Xcivs. WO Suulh Wells Street, Chicago 7, Patlerns to live with,.. Patterns to love Don't miss our showing of Community's famous palterns in Ihe finest silverplate. Wear-protected by Community's solid silver "Overlay" ^ - thoughtfully priced for wedding budgets. (Dinner services for 8 now start al $49.75.) No federal lax. Campbell and the bride and groon receiving. Mrs. Ariz attended Central College. Fayette, Mo., and is a graduate of City Hospital Training School for Nurses. St. Louis, Mo. She did post-graduate work at John-Hopkins, Baltimore. Md. She Is n graduate of Western Reserve University School of Anesthesia. Cleveland, and is at present a staff at Wilson Memorial Hospital. Johnson City. N.Y. The groom Is a graduate of Columbia University of New York City, and Columbia College of Phvsictans and Surgeons. He served two years In Ihe European Ihealcr a.s cnplnin in the Medical Corps of the Army .during World War n. He is now interning at Wilson Memorial Hospital, Johnson City. N,Y.. after which he will Hospital. New The bride and groom returned to Johnson City. N.Y.. where thev will complete their contract with Wilson Memorial Hospital. For traveling the bride wore a suit of tan. a Handmacher design, complemented with white accessories. enter Metropolitan York City. by. Steele Miss Nell Harris. City C. E. Artkisson. East Prarie. Mo. Miss Maxine Schwelckhardt Du- Po. 111. Mr.s. Pearl Rice, City Wayne James, Ltixora Mary Elizabeth Brown. Steele Jimmy Jaggers. City Mrs. P. A. Currunlng.=, Luxora Mrs. Imogenc McGce and baby City Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Eubanks am! Harold Doyle left week's vacation in Mr. and Mrs. yesterday for St. Louis, Chicago, and points of interest in Wisconsin. Miss Wanda Walker of Lcach- ville was the weekend gijeat o! Mrs. Annabel Fill and son, John Bryant Fill. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carney oj Shelbyville, Tenn., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs S. E. Tune and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black and daughter, Miss Betty Black, motored their houseguest. Miss Phylois Crank, to Memphis yesterday, where she left by train for her home in Louisa, Va. Miss Black and Miss Crank are former classmates at Vanderbilt University. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith of Os-' celoa and granddaughter. Kay Smith, of Blytheville, are visiting their son and father. Randolph Smith at Fresno. California While there, they will also visit relatives in San Francisco and Los Ai<gdes They will visit points of western interest. Mrs. M. Fritzsimmons and Mrs. I. O. Westbrook spent yesterday In Senatobia. Miss., with relatives. Miss Florence Moore will have tomorrow for Memphis where she will spend the day and remain over- pop offer shave. . 7 a(te(; shoWer loo/ V <. dashing, cjebo,nair' APHRQDlSlA , .. *\ ' '/£''• '"^ • \ for the man^about-iown '"sC". 7N r .,. •>. Iresh, Icmgy WQODHUE [or the ouldoo/iy type \ VOODHl ff' : '' Pay As Little As $1 A V/eek IMIPUS Mffil llrnifus . . . Wftir Hiamnnih _ . , , • '" <'• V' • • '-•• *• Faberge for ^mcn 7.OO 3.50 5.GO both icenls in handsome gTh-b^r 1.50 »h« 1*1 \ • \; THE GIFT SHOP MOSS BRYAN Kl'l Kfisl M.'iin Slri'fl COMFORT at the Modern Air Conditioned Razorback v It Costs Less for The Family to Eat Here ITALIAN SPAGHETTI Served with Delicious Italian Sauce Meticulously Prepared By a Master Chef 75 I Shrimp Cocktail I Fried Shrimp » Tenderloin of Trout I Chicken & Dumplings > Pit Barbecue I Barbecue Ribs FOOD! THE Razorback Hiway 61 So. Blythcville Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Pollard spent Sunday In Big Springs. Mo. Condition of Miss Nell Harrli, who has Iwcn a patient for several days at Willis Hopsltal, Is reported Improved. Miss Harris was removed to her home yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs, I^co parsons and children, Carol Sue and Tommy, of Fort Worth, Texas, were the \veekend guests of Mr. Parsons, cousin, Dr. Edna Nics and Dr. Carl Nies. Joe w. Alexander, Sr., of Rldgle^ and Miston, Tenn., is here as gue£ ol his sons, S|»ncer and Joe. Jr., and families. Church Circle To Meet Tonight Mrs, R. W. Nichols will be hostess tonight, at her home at Armorel k> members of Circle Pour of the First Presbyterian Church. The meeting will begin at, 8 p in Listen to KLCN al 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Daily tor Program Announcements Last Time Today No Man of Her' Own , wtth Barbara Slann-yck and John I,nn« Paramount News * Selected Short. Conl. Showing Sunday l:li-ll:M Tuesday Only GEM -Last Times Today —DOUBLE FEATURE— MKTRO NEWS Cont. 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