The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1950 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 13, 1950
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PAGE BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THVR5DAT, JULY «, 1WO Jwte Shelton, Society Editor Phon« 4461 Htlen Frances Buchanan Weds Dewey P. Neely, Jr. OSCEOLA, July 13.—Announce- nient of the marriage of Miss Helen Frances Buchanan, daughter o f Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Buchanan, of Oscftola, to Dewey P. Neely, Jr., son of Mrs. Dewey P. Necly and tnc Iftte Mr. Neely of CaruthcrsviJle vras made today by the bride's parents. The double ring vows were said at 10:00 a-in. on July 7 at the First Presbyterian Church in OR' ceola, with the Rev. L. T. Lawrence officiating. Immediate members of the family and close friends of the young couple flttencied. Preceding the ceremony Mr: Donald werlz, organist, presented a program o nuptial music. The church chancel was banked with greenery and baskets of white gladioli silhouetted against the glow of cathederal tapers burnlug In wrought iron candelabra to form the background for the \vcdding party. The bride chose an original bal- Jeritia length dress of organdy and pique, designed with an off-the- effect neckline and a fitted bodice extending into a full skirt. She wore matching accessories and a cor sage of white orchids. Miss Betty Layson of BSythc- ville was the maid of honor and brides' only attendant. She wore a blue and white tailored and white accessories with a shoulder corsage of white gardenias. Tom Neely of Caruthersville, eerved his brother as the best man. Following the wedding a rcccp lion was held at, the home of the brides' parents. The table.was overlaid with lace cloth, featuring the tiered wedding cake surrounded with gladioli tips and puffs of maHne and topped with a miniature bride and groom, Mrs, T. \V. Nell. of Steele, Mo. assisted with the aervlng. i ' After the reception the young couple left for a short wedding trip, after which they will return to Caruthersville, where the bride Sroom Is engaged.In business. The bride wore for traveling * tailored dress of navy blue shantung and accessories to match and ptnnfd h«r bridal orchid at her shoulder. Tht bride is * gloduate of Osceola schools, and attended Texas State College for Women, Dnntoh, Texas and University of Arkansas and Is a graduate of the Memphis School ot Commerce. The groom k & graduate of Caruthersville High School and I* a veteran of World War II. Thft out of town guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barron of Charleston, Mo., grandparent* of the bride, Joe Neely brother o'f the groom and Mrs. T. W. Neil of Steele, Mo. • * « Mac Besharse Observes Birthday Wilh Parly Mao Besharse was honored on hk sixth birthday yesterday when hU parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Besharse, entertained 27 boys and girls at their home with an afternoon of party games and Informal entertainment. Ai *«ch young guest arrived, he w»s presented R novelty hat by his host. Prizes In the party games were presented Rebecca June Harris anci Billy Dale Looper. Summer flowers were placec throughout the home for the occasion. Gifts from the group were presented the guest of lionor after w-hlch the birthday cake was ser with Ice cream and Iced drinks. * * * Mrs. Poetz, High Scorer At Club Eight Meeting Mrs. O. O. Poetz won high score. Bnd Mrs. R. c. Allen, second high, at the weekly meeting ot Club Eight Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Poetz was hostess to the club at her home. During the afternoon, iced refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. Bradley Compliments High Two Bridge Club Mrs. Harry Bradley entertained the High Two Club last night at her home for the bi-monthly dessert bridge meeting. The Bradley home was decorated with bowls of summer blossoms ami greenery for the occasion. The evening was spent in playing bridge with Mrs. ..Frank Scay winning high score during the evening PRETTY DAYTIMER By Sue Burnett You'll Jook lovely all day Jong In this beautifully fitting frock that comes in a wide range of sizes. The off-center closing gives unusual Interest to the comfortable waist. Pattern No. 8448 Is R. sew-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 12, H. 16, 18. 20; 40 and 42. Size 14, 4 L ,-i yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier Ncys, 530 South Wells Street Chicago 1, 111. Send 25 cents now for the Spring Bits of News Miss Betty Black of Blytheville ami Miss Virginia Williams of Osceola will leave Friday for Virginia Beach where they will vacation for two weeks at the Breakers Hotel. The Misses nltick and Williams will be joined /or the vacation by two clit-smatc.s' of Miss Black, Miss Virginia Kartliman of Murfrcesboro, Tcnn., anil Miss Crank of Louisa, Va. Mr. and Mrs. James Purncll, of Sikc'.ston, formerly of Blythcvlllc announce the birth of a son, Parker Franklin, July 11. The baby was born at Blythcville Hospital. Mrs. Piit'ucll Es the former Miss Ann Worth, daughter of Mr. and Mr.5. Franklin Worth of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilson and .-on, Terrell, were the Tuesday and Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and son are of Poplar Bluff, formerly of Blytheville. Mr. Wilson spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Curtln and daughter, Karen Hue, of Cardweli, were the Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Edgmon and family. Mrs. H. C. Patton, Sr., ami her grandaughters, Sharon and Carol Patton of Little Rock, who have been spending several days here, returned yesterday afternoon from Dyer.shurg where they had spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. s. E. Tune and son, Ryall, spent Tuesday in Memphis where Ryall underwent a checkup at Campbell's Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cummings of Pittsburgh. Pa., are the house- puests of Mr. Cummings' sister, Mrs. Charles Turtle and Mr. Purtle. Henry Patton III Is spending several days on Reelfoot Lake. He Is the guest of his uncle, B. P. Patton and family of Dyersburg. Cactet John Lewis, of West Point Military Academy, is the houseguest of his aunt. Mrs. Charles rdson, Sr. LaVada Nell Let has returned home from Manila where sha was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gates. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Coleman and family returned Tuesday from Memphis where they vacationed for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Denton M. Neal and children, Donna, Mack and LaNcll, of Washington, D. C,, are the housc- guesls of Mrs. Neal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Byrd. Mrs. Howard R. Besharse and son, Mac, have returned from Wichita Falls, Tex., where they spent six weeks with Mrs. Besharse's par- cnls, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McNeil). Mrs. Besharse and ram are now at hohic at 325 Walker Boulevard. R. A. Fades, who has been ill al his home for the past three weeks, Is now able to be out. Mis.s Frances Shouse. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Shouse of Bly- thcvlllc, was listed on the honor roll for the spring semester at the University of Arkansas, it wa.s announced today by Dean G. D. Nichols. Mrs. Mobley Estes and children left today for their home In Columbus, Ga., after spedniny three weeks here with Mrs. Estes' mother, Mrs. John Bourland. Mr. Estes arrived yesterday from Columbus to accompany them to theh- home. Mrs. W. G. Sanders and daughter, Patricia, have returned to their home in Irving, Tex., after spend- in;; three weeks with Mrs. Sanders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Eades. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba nnd daughter, Miss Alice Saliba, will leave Friday night for Myrtle Beach. S. C., where they will vacation for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Brownlee, Jr., and children of Sikcston, Mo., arc spending the weekend here as guest Luncheon/ Cards Fete Ladies of -ountry Club Set A luncheon followed by «n afternoon of bridge and canasta, was planned yesterday for approximately '16 ot the Country Club set. who met al Ihe club for the monthly Ladies Day, sponsored by the Ladles Auxiliary of the club. Small tables were set around the ballroom lor Ihe 1 p.m. luncheon. Summer b!u.s.soms were placed festive around the room to add air lo the scene. Immediately following Ihe lunch- con, bridge and canasta were played by tile gue.sls with high score In the brldcc game being won by Mrs. W. T. Rainwater. Mrs. J. .Frank Tomlinson won second high, Mrs. Matt Monaghan. third and Mrs. Charles C. Langsion. Jr.. fourth. Miss Janet Russin wa.s high score winner in the canasta game. Out of town guests attending were Mrs. Tomlinson, who Is from Houston, Tex., and is the houseguesl uf Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Jefferies and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heinieke. Mrs. Leona Grimes of Columbia, S, C., guest of Blythcvillc friends and Miss Russin of New York City, ol Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cohen. Mrs. W. A. Affllck was chairman of arrangements for the event. of Mrs. Brownlce's John Bourland. mother, Mrs. ami Summer FASHION. 48 pages of j p f ml and fam "J'' and Miss France; new styles, fabric news, special tea- S» o " se - tures. Free the book. p< pattern • printed inside Newcomer Is Introduced With Dessert Bridge Given to Introduce Mrs. John Paul Middleton to Osceola society was the dessert bridge Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Jesse Brown in Luxora. Mrs. Denver Wilson of Blytheville was hostess to three tables of dessert bridge guests from Osceola. for the affair. Mrs. Middleton recently moved to Osceola rom Harrison, Ark., to make her home. Gladoll and colorful pansies floated in crystal vases set around the reception and entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. Waiter Daniels won high score during the bridge game, with Mrs. ntchnrd Prewilt, winning second high. Mrs. Davis Honored At GEO Club Meeting Mrs. Harold Davis was guest of honor Monday night with members and guesl.s of the GEO Club who met. at the Joseph w. McIIancy home for the weekly dessert bridje. Miss Vera Goodrich and Mrs McHaney were hostesses to Ihe club _ and guests, Mrs. William Norton of I El Paso, Tex., housrgucst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens. Mrs. Howard DeSplintcr, Miss Frances McHaney and Miss Pally June Davis. The evening was spent in playing bridge, after which the croup presented Mrs. Davis with a layette Rift. In compliment to the layette theme were tile tallies which were adorned with tiny handmade bootees. High score and traveling was by Mrs. Davis, with Mrs. Norton winning second high and Mrs De- Splinter, bridgo. Zinnias, pansies tind gladioli, arranged in pottery and crystal vases provided the floral decorations for the scene. Second high was won by Mrs Lloyd. Paul Miss Odie Rice of the Public Health Department o f Shelby 'ounty. has returned to her home after visiting here as guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Rice and family. Miss Rice is stationed n Memphis. Charles Penn, Jr., has returned aome from Lake Village where he vacationed for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bill and their gianddaughtcr, Prances Staney. of Long Beach. Calif., are the housegucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Len- riennle Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Buck ot Half Moon had as their guesta their daughter. Mrs. Marshal Leshcr and family-of Corpus Christl, Tex. Mr. and r.i^lrs. Lcsher and family are nowpvisiting relatives in Myerstown. Pa. They will return to Half Moon for a two weeks' visit with her parents. Bcnnye Alexander or Ridgley. Tenn., is spending ten days here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Richardson and children,- Gall and David, of Coldwater, Mich., arrived today to be the guests of Dr. Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rich- Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Nichols and daughter have returned to their home in Kalarnazoo, Mich., following a two-week visit as guests of Mrs. Nichols 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stiles. Mrs. Stiles accompan- ed her daughter and family to Kalamazoo for a visit. R, V. Mallory has been admitted i Memphis Methodist Hospital where he will undergo a major operation tomorrow. Mr. Mallory is Room 238. Mrs. Mallory is in Memphis with him. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hughes had as their overnight guests last night, Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky of Columbus, Miss., formerly of Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs, Dan Lewis and two sons, Connie and Bobby, of New Orleans. La., arrived last night for a visit with Mrs. Lewis' brother, Cornelius Modlnger and Mrs. Mo- dhiger. Mrs. Paul Lloyd and son will leave Saturday for Jackson. Miss., where they will spend two weeks with Mrs. Lloyd's mother, Mrs. Myrtle Phillips and brother. Joe Phillips. They will be accompanied to Greenvi by their nephew and cousin, John D. Davis. III., .who has-been visiting here. Mr. Lloyd will motor the group to Mississippi. Charles Criggcr III., returned yes- lerday afternoon from -Hoi Springs where he attended a housep«rty at Lake Hamilton given by Miss Ann Baker of Little Rock, at the Baker cottage. Mrs. S. M. Hood and 'sons. Carl. Stanley and Kenneth, all of Tucson. Ariz., formerly of Blytheville, and Mrs. Hood's aunt, Mrs. W. C. Arnold of Kensett, are the houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Oennlng, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ramcy, and Mr. and The cattle egret, a bird of the southren hemisphere, feeds on Insects disturbed by the feet of grazing livestock. Listen to KI.CN at 10:10 ».m. and «:00 p.m. Dallj for our pro- ffr.ini announcements. Box Office Opens »t 1:45 Show Starts Z:00 p.m. Conlinuous Showing Evcrydnj THURSDAY & FRIDAY , KUURD Kircmi. Iota Kclnlm . h, tft.«« Faramonni News * Selected Shorti GEM "AIR COOLED" Hox Office Opens 6:15 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. THURSDAY & FRIDAY "BATTLE GROUND' with Vnn Johnson &• John Hmlbk Selected Short Subjects Guest Conducts Study Lessons Mrs. Harry Frittflus presenter! the final slmly lessons from the book. 'Youth for Missions" at the weekly meeting of the HWC Circle Seven Tuesday night at the home of Dr. Edna Nies. Eltjht members attended. Dr. Nies presented the opening devotional and also conducted the meeting in the absence of Mrs. Thelma Atkins, circle chairman. Following the brief business session. Mrs. Frltzius conducted the study lesson. The meeting was adjourned with circle prayer. Dr. Nies served Iced refreshments. At The Hospitals , lilylhcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Velma Edwards. Dell. Mrs. Ben W. White, Huffman. Jeanettf! Hill, Bassett. Norma Ann Brooks, city. Gene Strickland, city. \VaIl.s Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. C. Arnold, Kensctl. Baby Layton, city. Martha Sparks, Manila. Mrs. J. D. Smith, city. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boyle* Mrs. J. C. Bussey and children were the guests of her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Street and family In RIploy, Miss. Dr. D. C. Moore, of Auburn, Ala.. Is now associated with Dr. J. N. Jerome in Wilson. Miss Belty Lou Nix has returned t« her home In Dixon, Tenn., alter visiting Misses Marianne and Nancy Crain. She was accompanied home by Misses Virginia Ellen Bird, Ginny McAfee and Marianne and Nancy Crain. Mrs. Clarence Medlln and Mr, and Mrs. Harry Halijlan and son, Ricky, motored to Birmingham, Ala., Friday to visit their brother. Lawrence Colcman and family. They returned Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Sr., are vacationing In the Great Smokle Mountains in Tennessee. They plan to be home two weeks. Miss Lillian Wilson Is spending this week In Bllo^l. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stalls left Saturday for McAllen. Texas, where they will spend two weeks wilh Mr. .ind Mrs. Justice Edrlngton and Mr. and Mrs. James .Hill. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rtley of Luf- kln, Tcxns, arrived In Wilson. Monday, wl-ere they will visit his brother. Gilbert Wiley and family and her sister, Mrs. Buford Boyles and family thus week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. Prank McDonald were in Memphis. Sunday. Mrs. Mne Wcathcrford of Sidonia, Tenn., was guest in the home of her son, W. M. Arnn and family, last week. Other guests In the Arnn home last week were his sister. Mrs. Bonnie Innis of Sldonla, Tcnn.i and Miss Mary Jane Condra of Martin, Tenn. Dr. nnd Mrs. Martin Chanin of Evansville, Ind., are spending the summer wilh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones. Another daughter. Mrs. W. B. Thorning of Houston. Tex., is also a guest with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Andrews. Jr. spent, last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Andrews, Sr.. in Atlanta, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Herman McDnulel of Marion were dinner guests of his brother, Arnold McDanlel and family Thursday evening. Mrs. W. B. Thorning of Houston was the dinner guest of Mr. ant! Mrs. Floyd Reese Tuesday evening Miss Mary Paye PuckeM bl E! centra. Calif.. Is visiting her mother. Mrs. Flora Necl and Mr. Neel. H. C. Hartsfield. and Mrs. Hood's father, George Luwneld, nil of Mnl- den, are spending loday wilh the group. Mr. and Mrs. J. C: Johnson left yesterday afternoon for their home in Bakcrsnetd, Cuhf., after spending three weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Metcalf and family. David Lynn Ludwig of Pine Bluff is t!ie houstguest of his cousin. Lewis Mathi-s. and aiml and. \mcle, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mathis. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnctt and (laughter, Bitlie Marie, returned Tuesday night from a two weeks' vacation at Tulsa, and Wewoka, Okln., and Hot Springs. Miss Janet Russln of New York city i.s the houseguest of Mr. and N«Uon wu i (UMt. Sons >nd daughter* md athar relatives of Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Tucker of Oxford, Mist., '(4th*ntf •t the home of Mn. M»urio» Lynch • nd family, daughter ol Mr. «nd Mrs. Tucker, Sunday for t family reunion. It was th« flnt time In .five years that, they had all b*«a Miss Bonnie Qoble, daughter of' together. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goble, who at- Sous who were present were Wll- tends the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis, Is home for a three weeks' vacation. Jerry Rynls Is visiting his brother Charles Ryals and Mrs. Ryals In Lake Providence, La. Mr. and Mrs. R, o. Hobson are vacationing al Norfolk Lake. Norfolk. Ark. Miss Joan Helen H<i| of McAllen, Tex., Is the guest of Miss Grace Ann Brandon. Vickie Uplon. daughter of Mi", and Mrs. Maury Upton, underwent * tonsilectomy at a Memphis Hospital last week. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lovelt and family had as their guests lasl week, his mother Mrs. Edna Lovett and son. Billy, of Shaw, Miss.. Mr. and Mrs. John Lovett and bnby of Lambert. Miss., and Mr. nnd Mrs. Cooper Lovett and ' Tex. Mrs. H. Ci. Tmylor has returned after visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Hughes and Mr. Hughes In Boston, Mass. She was accompanied home oy Mr. and Mrs. Hughes. Mrs. Wallace Thompson entertained tlie Thursday Night Bridge Club last week with a broiled steak supper In the barbecue house at her home. In games. Mrs. Jimmy Robertson was awarded high, Mrs. S. A. Reg- iuold second high, Mrs. joe B. Gwyn, low, and Mrs. George Brewer, the bingo pria:. Mrs. Robert family of Orange, nily^f Oecpfge Ham Price, Lonnle and family, BUI and family, E. H. and. family all of Oxford, Odell and " Greenwood, Miss., J. W. and lly o( New Orleans, La., and and [amlly of Miami, Fla. Another son the Rev. E. F. Tucher of Marks, Miss., was unable to attend. Daughters present wer Mrs. I. C. O'- Quiim and daughter of Jacluon, Miss., Mrs. Tim Street and daughters of Vlcksburg, Miss.. Mrs. ft I. Crook and family and Mrs. Roy Thurmond of Memphis. Also attending were Mr. Tuckera brother, George Tucker and family of Mtlllngton. Tenn., and his sister Mrs. Matlie Englin of San Francisco, Calif. Mrs. Tuckers sisters Mrs. C. W. Poole and family of Milllngton, Mrs. C. S. Lowe and family and Mrs. James Edgeworth and family all of Memphis, were among th« guests as well as several nieces and nephews from Osceola, Hot Springs and Memphis. Mr. and Tucker wer pre. sented a window fan by their children and other relatives. Ninety guests were present. Horticulturists recommend buy- Ing pecan trees three to five feel high. The area of Louisiana has r^gp Increased by 50 square miles iirJJpO years by Mississippi river silt de- Lei me leach your child the fundamentals of nding; public speaking; and self expression. Prepare your child now for the lead in the Senior Play. I can help your child off to a good start on a well rounded personally. Instruction will begin Monday al Ihe Hotel Noble. CALI, OR SEE WAYNE TATE AT HOTEL NOBLE Mrs. C. E. Hood. Mr. arid Mrs. Mrs. S. J. Cohen. Just Arrived! WINDOW RUFFLES In > \YiiIe Variety ot Colon and Valance Treatments KITCHEN CURTAINS Blue, Oriental Rert *nd Slonc Gray In lovclj Crisp Orsandies A New Line I Ellcry Curtains in while organdies, featuring the new Valovcr by Ellery. K.xlra Full Widths Attractively Priced LINEN & CURTAIN SHOP I'liot-.c 6S15 JOS h'irst Street, South . C. A. Hovey Hlyfheville ZOMBIES! Sizes <t to 9 B1;u-k, Red or White Also Strap Sandals In Ulack or White SANDALS Sites 4 to 9 95 to Pastel Rlue & Pink, Red. White or Hlack FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 West Main Phone 2342 FEINBERG'S Continues • • Summer Dresses • Cottons, Pure Silks, Shantungs, Bemhergs and Sheers • Prints, Pastels and Dark Shades • Dressy, Casual and Sunback Styles. • Sizes 9 to 35, 10 to 20, 16!/i , to 21^, 38 to'II. Cotton Skirts • Plaids, Prints and Plain Colors • Pique, Chintz, Cotton Print nnd Broadcloth All! 2.95 8,14.95 < DRESSES - - - -' All 10.95 ( DRESSES - - - -< Jl 7.99 & 8.99 < DRESSES - - - - 4 All 5.99 i DRESSES : Val 2.99 5.99 2 3 Si7.CS 21 lo 30 ALL SALES FINAL—NO EXCHANGES, NO REFUNDS FEINBERG'S

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