The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 16, 1950
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PAGE FOUR BLTOTEVIIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1950 Jan* Shclton, Society Editor PhoM 4461 Al Fresco Party Given At M. N. Nunn Home Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Nunn entertained members of the Nunn /amlly, H. G. Partlow family and out of town guests, who have arrived to attend the Saturday wedding of Miss Nancy Partlow and Marvin Nunn, Jr,, last night at their home on Chickasawba. Following the al fresco supper given on the spacious lawn of the home, the group spent the remainder of the evening Informally. , • * * Mrs. Middleton Honored By Birthday Club Mrs. M. A. Middleton was guest of honor last night at the monthly meeting ol the C. and N. Birthday Club at the Dogwood Club House. Mrs. M. Emde was hostess to the members and guests. Mrs. C. E. Hart and Mrs. Mollle Manuel of Burlington, N. C. Vases filled with mixed flowers were spaced around the room in which the potluck supper was served. Following supper, the birthday cake, which was topped with the club's traditional six candles, was cut and served the guests. The remainder of the evening was spent- Informally. • » • Mrs. . Connell Is Guest With Thursday Rook Mrs. Elmo Connell was guest yesterday afternoon with the Thursday Rook CJub, ivhen Mrs. George Saliba; Jr., entertained at her home for the weekly meeting, Mrs, Grover Wren won high score, Mrs. Neville Blakemore, second high and Mrs, Saliba, rooko during the afternoon rook game. The guests were seated in the entertaining room of the home which was decorated with bouquets pt assorted summer blossoms. •After the game, Mrs, Saliba served a salad plate, * * • Octette Club, Guest Meets In Ellis Home in Barfield \ Varl-hued hydrangeas niid roses Were used to decorate the entertaining room of the J. C. EHis horns at Barfield, in which members ol the Octette Club and one guest met yesterday for the weekly dessert bridge. Mrs. Loy Welch was the club's guest. ' Mrs. Welch won high score in the bridge game, with Mrs. Cleo l,angston winning second high.' TWOSOME FOR G RLS Shower Continues Events Honoring Miss Hamilton Continuing pr«-nuptinl events Honoring Miss Nancy Nye Hamilton, was the kitchen shower given yesterday at Hie D. H. Arney home on Pecan. Miss' Hamilton will ce married in a home ceremony Saturday to George Spaeth. Hostesses for the yellow and white party were Betty Arney, Kay Colston and Diana Zeller. A pink eyelet frock, which (calmed a white lace trim, was selected by the honoree for the occasion. A gift arrangement of cym- bldlum orchids were pinned at the shoulder line of her gown. Floral arrangements, pre-doml- nately in the selected color motif, were set in the entertaining room and throughout the home. The afternoon wa.s spent in bil- clal games and contests after which the group presented Miss Hamilton with miscellaneous articles for her future kitchen. Individual cakes In hues of yel- lo\v and white and Iced drinks, were served by the hostesses. To further emphasize the chosen color combination were the embossed napkins, bearing the letters, "Nancy nnd George." Mrs. George Hamilton, mother of the guest of honor, was a .special guest. Miss Buck Is Married In Piggott Ceremony ARBYRD. Mo.. June 16.—Miss Blondina Buck became the bride of Jack Parker of Sennth SaUirday night in a double ring ceremony held at Piggott with Judge Arnold French, officiating.- Mrs. Jlrninte Ladd, cousin of the bride, attended as matron of honor and was nttired in street length dress of light blue crepe. She wore white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. The bride was attired In a street length dre-ss of sheer orchid crepe, with white accessories and also wore a shoulder crosage of white carnations. Jirmule Lndd attended Mr. Parker as best man. Others attending the wedding were, Mr, and Mrs. Junior Thomas, 'Miss Bernlta Buck, sister of the bririe and Donnls Layne. Mrs. Parker is the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Ad Buck. She was a high school graduate nf Klngs- | burgh, Calif., and for the past two years has attended Arkansas State College, making her home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Em- niett Thomas. '- - : She is on the school staff of I he Childers, Ark. school for the coining year. Mr. Parker Is a graduate o[ the Senath High School and is now engaged In farming near Bucodf where the young couple will mak' lelr home. Sunday a luncheon was given i> heir honor at the home of Mr. anc Irs. Jimmic Ladd. Church Class Hears Review al Meeting Mrs. Ebb Carson reviewed the ook. "Root Out of Dry Ground," y Argye M. Brig«s, nt the meeting f the Euzelian Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church, ast night, at the E. D. Swancr iome. Hostesses were Mrs. Bill Gllbow jnd Mrs. Swaner. Mrs. H. L. Thompson opened the meeting with prayer after which a brief business meeting was held. Following the book review, Mrs. D. B. BIcclsoe dismissed the mect- ng ol the 10 members and two guests with prayer. A dessert course was served to the guests, who were seated in rooms .Iccorated witii low vases holding sweetpeas and hyrdangeas. Miss Landers Marries In Church Ceremony DEXTER, Mo., June IT — Miss Shirley Jean banders, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Landers of Dexter. Mo., became the bride of W. C. Thomiison, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Courad Thompson, of I'orlagevllle in a formal church ceremony, June 11. The Rev. Clayborn Landers, brother of the bride and pastor of the Michigan Avenue Baptist Church In Kansas city, officiated at the 5 p.m. double ring ceremony at the Dexter First Baptist Chlr h. . White gladioli, amassed against smilax, stock and huckleberry formed the background for the wedding party. Tall white tapers set In wrought Iron candclabras lighted the scene. A program of.nuptial music was presented by Miss Jackie Ringer, pianist and Mrs. Rodney Polsan and Frank Worley, vocalists. The bride, who was given In rnar- ruge by hiv Mllier. Mr. Landers, was dressed in an Ivory duchess satin bridal gown by A'Voris. It had a fitted bodice, and boat neckline, with a deep yoke of French Illusion curling In tight petal point sleeves. The full hooped skirt, was enhanced by seven large satin rases placed dovn the right side of the bouffant skirt which ended In a sweeping cathedral train, tier French illusion veil was secured by n crown of small satin roses, identical to those on her gown. She carried calla lilies. Miss Jean McGlothlin of Dexter setvcd as maid of honor ami was dressed In flame organdy over taffeta. Miss Harriet LaRne nnd Mrs. Lawrence Murphy attended bridesmaids and wore / gowns of graduated shades of pink organza. Eselene Landers served as flower girl and was dressed In petal pink taffeta with accents of blue. Gene Rone of Portageville served as best man. Ushers were Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity brothers of Mr. Thompson's. Immediately following the ceremony. Mr and Mrs. Landers entertained with a reception in the church entertaining rooms. Upon their return from an Eastern wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs Thompson will be at home in Maiden, Mo. Bedouins Join Police BEERSHEBA. Israel (/!•)—Bedouin tribesmen are joining the Israeli police force. Twenty-five Bedouins coming from the Negev sector, recently were sworn in as policemen Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Avcry have returned to their home in Meridian, Miss., after visiting here as guests of Mrs. Avery's H.'bthers, Louis and Albert pinion and families. Mrs. Annabel pill spent yesterday In West Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Bill Kiley. Mrs. Clyde Starks nnd Mrs. Sam Jmnia Marshall have returned to their homes In Bldgley, Tenn., af- ,cr visiting here as Bursts ol Mrs. Odie Freeman, Mrs. Dosha Mick, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Moore and Frank Condrey. William Curtis McDade, seaman. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. DeWlU McDade ol Blythcvllle, is serving aboard the heavy cruiser USS Saint Paul, which Is scheduled to partlc- pate In the annual six week Navy Officers Training Corps Midshipmen Scnlor-Sophmorc Pacific Fleet Cruise, beginning today.' Connie, Crawford, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Crawford, Is recovering from a tonsilleclomy which she underwent Wednesday at Walls Hospital. Louis Isaacs has sone lo Los Angeles, California where he will attend the Shrlner's convention. Mrs. Fred Kcttner of Elgin, III,. Is visiting here as guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mis. Will Cav- nshere and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson and family of East St. Louis left yesterday for their home \ tcr several days visit with Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr and Mrs. Lee Cnvivshere and Mr. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Glasscock and family and other relatives and friends. Mrs. J. H. Elk ins returned Wednesday night from Nashville where she went especially to attend the wedding of her nEece, Miss Mary Adair Lovin. Charles Elklns of 'wil- son spent yesterday here with Mrs. Elklns. Miss Eula Creasey and Mrs. Hay Glover of North Little Rock left last night (or their homes after spending several nays here with their sister, Mrs. Carl Marshall and Mr. Marshall. Miss Creasey and Mrs. Glover returned to Blythevllle last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, who had been vacationing in North Little Rock. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum Is undergoing a check up and observation at St. Joseph's Hospital In Memphis. Mrs. Applebaum was admitted Wednesday. Harry C. Farr and Charles Crlg- gcr, Jr., are in Little Rock where they are attending the Arkansas Professional Tennis Tournament. Henry Hoyt of Leachville, David Elliott and H. B. Richardson of Blythevllle left today to attend the Layman's WceKend Conference at Church Class Has Potluck Supper A potluck supper-social meeting of the Pathfinders Sunday School Class of the First Methodist Church was held last night at the church, with 30 members attending. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Williams, Air. and Mrs. lierschel Jackson and .Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crafton were hosts and hostesses for the occasion. The long tables from which supper was served were arranged In the shape of a cross, with bowls from which brimmed hydrangeas and summer blossoms, set at Intervals along the tables. Winford Wyatt, class president, Camp Mitchell on Petit Jean Mountain, near Morrilton. R. W. Becker and Pred Saliba of Blythcvlllc will leave Saturday to attend the meeting. The Blythcvlllc group Is attending from St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Speakers at. the meeting will be Bertrum Parker of Corpus Chrtstl. Texas, and Bishop R. Eland Mitchell of the Arkansas diocese. Miss Ruth Wilkerson will leave tomorrow for her home in Dyersbllrg after spending several days here as guest of her sister. Mrs. A. C. Bridtfewater, Mr. Bridgewatcr and family. Mr. and Mrs. I. R. DeShazo and family are spending the weekend in Senatobla, Miss., as guests of Mr. DeShazo's father. Mrs. B. A. Bugg is visiting in Memphis is guest of her sister, Mrs. Leda Admire. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walter and Mr. and Mrs. Max Walters are spending (lie weekend in Marks, Mifis. Miss Betty Ann Graves is visiting in Cape Girardeau, Mo. Guest Attends Guild Meeting Mrs. Fred Kellner o[ Elgin, III., houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Cavashere, was guest, Wednesday night with members of the Ladte Lutheran Guild, who met at the home o[ Mrs. p. G. Rlschcl for a business meeting. During the business session, plans for the annual reception honoring new members of the church were discussed. Mrs. Rosco Lamb and Mrs. George McLeod were appointed as a visiting committee. Coming Events Social .Calendar Garden Club benefit briclge- CTiiasta and rook party at the Woman's Club at 2:30 p.m. Lucky Rook Club mets with Mrs. Freeman Hucy. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hatey and Mrs. W. A. stlckmon entertaining Past Matrons and Patrons at Haley home at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Miss Nancy partlow becomes bride of Marvin Numi, Jr., at 5:00 p.m. at First Methodist Church. Eialf Moon WSCa nas bake sale at Montgomery Ward store room building, two doors west of Montgomery Ward, at 10 a.m. conducted a brief business session following supper, after which the remainder of the evening was spent in games and informal entertainment. 8610 3-8 yrs By Sue Burnett This darling little sleeveless dress for three to eight-ers serves a double purpose! She'll wear it now for summer coolness—later on It ca be a jumper combined with a blous or sweater. Brief flower trimmet jacket to .natch. Pattern No. 8010 Is a scw-rilc perforated pattern lor sizes 3, 4, 5 6, 7 and 8 years. 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Thompson, Little Rock McCormick House Sold CHICAGO—MV-One by one Chicago's best Known mansions are passing out o[ (he hands of the families that built trirm. The latest is the 42 room residence of the lale Cyrus H. McCormick. son of llw man who developed the reaper. 11 was sold lo the lialcmnn school. RADIO AND TELEVISION REPAIR Kaclory-'JYained Mechanics Any Wake or Model Prompt Service Reasonable Prices Phone 2642 We Pick tip »ntl Deliver Fred CaHihan Itn Sn Kirsl Rl., lilvthrvillc MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DUEAM! Cool as n cucuinlicr . .. and so beautifully designed you'll wear it as a playsuil too! Marry Bcrgcr scoops a low neckline, adds 0>e new sleeveless cITcct ... and highlights it with gay checked gingham. Crisp, pre-shrunlt, color-fast cotton in pink or blue wi(U matching trim. 32 to 38. • o/l covered seomi: no faw edgci lo ravel. • butloni locUd on lo lott 133% longer. •|ul1menl woislband. • generoui Irue-med cut. the >-'F v " YORK STORE O\NE c°°t COMFORT at the Modern Air Conditioned Razorback TOMMIES • TOMMIES It Costs Less for The Family to Eat Here TURKEY SANDWICH Tasty Delicious 49 Shrimp Cocktail Fried Shrimp Tenderloin of Trout Chicken & Dumplings Pit Barbecue Barbecue Ribs Reiser Girl Is Sweepstakes Winner In South Missco 4-H Dress Revue Miss Shirley Heard of Kelser was Liie sweepstakes winner in the South Mississippi County 4-H Club dress revue held last night at the Gem Theatre In Osceola. The winning dress was of red wool gabardine, trimmed with white- waffle pique, with matching hat. Miss Heard also won first place in the best dress division with a blue printed organdy. Mae Eery) Beville of Burdette won first place In the school dress division. Her entry was a gray printed cotton. Louise Shclton ol Dyess was second witli a dotted cotton. in the work clothes division, Virginia Holmes of West Ridge won first, place with an outfit of green culottes and matching striped shirt. Charliuc Pierce of Burdette modeled a plaid play dress with matching bolero lo win the play division. Second place went to Maggie Tafi of Dyess who wore a printed skirt and midriff. T« Go to Stute Revue Shirley Heard, Mae Beryl Bcvill Virginia Holmes and Charline Pierce will model their dresses in the state dress revue In Fayelte- vllle in August, Apron division prizes went lo Mable Crook of Burdette who made a white party apron trimmed with lace atul to Catherine Roan of Keiser with a printed cotton apron. Margaret Healy of Burdette won \rt the skirt division. In the Home Improvement Ex- hibit, Anita Holmes, Nancy antt Patsy Morris, all of Stlllman, and Louise Shelton of Dyess received Ijliio ribbons. Three Items were chosen from th« handicraft exhibits to be entered n the state handicraft exhibit at Payctteville. They were a blue en- amaled sewing box made from » cigar box and an aluminum bra^ cclet, both made by Anita Holm<^>' and a red crocheted evening bag made by Mae Beryl BeviJl of Burdette. Wins Cooking Award In the cooking division Mildred Cook ol West Ridge, Nancy Morris of Stillman and Marie Bevill of Burdette won blue ribbons. Mable Crook of Burdette was second and Barbara Vaughn of West Ridge was third. Winner of the Club Handicraft Exhibit was the Stillman 4-H Club. These winners included Mildred Harper, Nancy Morris, Margaret Woolf, Ray Mayo, Joseph Taylor, Leonard Palkner. Edwin Slack, Levurn Soden, William Smith, Mar? Adams. Anita Holmes, Mary Crook, Patsy Morris, Nancy Morris, Alvie Smith, . Jackie Fulton, Beatrica Holloway, Alice Mae Woolf. Mary Lee Sudduth, Wanda Faulkner and Neva Davis, all of Stillman. Mae Beryl Hevill of Bnrdctte won in the scarf division of the handicraft exhibit. U.S. plantings of safflower increased 20 times in three years from the 1946 acreage of 2,000. Box Office Opens 1:45 Continuous Showing Every Day Listen fn Kf.CN at 10:10 and 4 p.m. Daily Last Times Today Saturday H/USoe Paramount Mews <t Selected Shorts Cent. Showing Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Seciiil: Pony Express nnd Cartoon . • SUNDAY & MONDAY__ Warner Bros', flaming stars of 'Flamingo Road' meet in another scarlet alley! •*• VINCENTSHERMAN-JERRYWALD PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS CONTINUOUS SHOWING SUNDAY 1:30 to 11:00 ' GEM Box Office Opens 6:45 Shaw Starts 7:00 p.m. Last Times Today —DOUBLE FEATURE— Razorback Hiway 61 So. Blytheville TYRANT OF THE SEA Coming Soon to Roxy The Uig Hiingover with VAX JOHNSON Mother Didn't Tell Ale with DOROTHY SIcfidIRK My Foolish Heart with DANA ANDREWS Saturday Serial: "Unitcrscn Kingdom" No.-9 — Also Cartoon . Continuous Sliowinp Sal. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday & Monday —DOUBLE FEATURE— JAMES CABKEY l"J'lhl:JM IJA J VIRGINIA MAYO •~m'M OBfliEK sx • WXA&H

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