The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1950 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 7, 1950
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PAGE TVPO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1959 Society /\tew& Jane Shelton lion, Society Editor * Phone 4461 August 12 Date Selected For Smith-Watson Nuptials August 12 Is the date selected by Miss Mary Ann Smith, daughter of Mr». Ann R. Smith of Blytheville, for her marriage to Bobby Carroll Watson, son of Mrs, J. Fred Smith and C. W. Wntson of Osceoln, The double ring ceremony will be performed at 4:30 p.m. at the Church of Christ. Denton M. Ncal, minister of the Southsidc Washington Church of Christ, Washington, D. C., will ofiiclale. Misses Patricia Utley and Jua- nlta Yount of Holtnnd will present a program of nuptial music. Preceding the ceremony, Anita Wilks of Caruthersville, cousin of the bride, will light the tapers. Miss Smith has selected Miss Geneva Shibley to attend her as maid of honor. Miss Virginia Swearengen will serve as bridesmaid. The bride will be gfven in marriage by her great uncle, Black M. Fowlks of Caruthersville. James R. Tale of Van Biircn, Ark., will serve Mr. Wal.son as best man. Mr. Tate and Mr. Watson arc former roommates at the University of Arkansas. Ushers will be Max L. Fail-ley. Joe Newman Whltworth and Spencer Anderson Jr.. all of Osceola, and Freddie Smith, brother of the bride. Immediately following the ceremony a reception will be" held at the Rustic- Inn. Kay Blackw. 'xd Honored With Surprise Part}' A surprise birlhday party observing the 13th birthday of Kay Binck- ard, daughter of Mrs. Ethel Blackard and Marshall Blackard \vas given Saturday afternoon lor 22 guests at Kay's home on Hose Street. A weiner roast., complete with marshmallotvs, and iced drinks svas given in the yard of the home, after which Kay cut and served the large Icing bedecked birthday'cake. Gifts were presented the honoree alter which the remainder of the afternoon was spent In party games. Special guests were the uncle and aunt of the guest of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Puster and family of St. Louis. SCHOOL TOGS 8628 3-8 y;t. By Sue Burnett Here is a darling little school outfit for young girls that mother will find easy sewing. The neat jumper can be \vorn with different blouses or soft sweaters. Pattern includes a puffed sleeve blouse. Pattern No. 3628 is a scw-ritc perforated pattern for sizes 3. 4. 5. 6.7 and 8 years. Size 4, jumper, i*; yards of 33-inchi blouse. 1 yard. For this pattern, send 25 cents. in COIN'S, your name, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News 530 South Weils Street. Chicago 1 Heady for you now—the new Fall and Winter issue of FASHION. 48 pages of smart new styles, spe interesting features, [ree pattern printed inside. Send 25 cents todr for your copy. Green and White Party Given for Miss Johnston Touches of shaded green and white prevailed throughout the decorations o/ the entertaining room of the Rustle Inn Saturday afternoon for a dessert bridge given In compliment to the September bride to be, Miss Rosemary Johnston. Miss Johnston and James McLemore Williams plan a mid-September ceremony, Mrs. C. L. Nabers. Mrs. J. L. Nabers, Mrs. Paul Pryor and Mrs. Lilllam Frank entertained with the bridal ailalr. Small ring-like containers filled with baby chrysanthemums and white tuberoses topped each of the eight tables at which the guest-s were sealed for the bridge game. Baskets from which brimmed gladioli and dahlias were set about the room lo complete the summer touch. In keeping with Ihc selected color combination were the score pads, place cards and other tables appointments used during the affair. Miss Johnston's table was marfced with a tally adorned with entwined wedding rings in which were written tile [otters, "Mack nnd Rosle" White tuberoses marie into a shoulder arrangement were presented the honoree. Mrs. Jack Hale was high score winner in the bridge yame, with Mrs. P. D. Foster winning -=ccond high and Mrs. Edgar Oslin. Jr., low. Mrs. Russell C. Farr won travr"-- prize. A buttercup yellow chambray afternoon dress completed with white accesories was selected by Miss Johnston. A while blanket was Ihe hostess' gift to the bride elect. Mrs. W. s. Johnston, mother of Ihe bride lo be and Mrs. J, M. Williams, mother of Mr. Williams, were special guests. Out of town guests were Miss Virginia Williams of Osccola and Mrs. Edgar Oslln. Jr., of Clarksville. Ark., hnirseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks. Twenty Attend Party Honoring Sixth Birthday Twenty boys and girls were invited to the Arthur Bahn home Saturday iftcrnoon (o join In the celebration of the sixth birthday of Barbara \nn Bahn. Judy Ridings and Ricky Chamfers were prize winners in the party james and contests conducted during the aflernoon. The birthday cake, holding six ightcci candies, was cut and served .he guests with Ice cream and iced drinks after gifts had been presented Barbara Ann. Favors of color books and story books tvere presented the Illlle guests from their hostess during the afternoon. * • • Shirley Is Ready For Channel Try DOVER, Eng.. Aug. 7. Wj—Shirley .lay France left by ferry boat for ^ance today, hoping to swim back to England tomorrow. Her advisors said the 17-year old Somerset, Mass., school girl would rest at a hotel in Calais this after- loon and start her second attempt -o swim the channel just after midnight tonight if the weather outlook remains favorable. Shirley May tried the France-to- England swim—10 miles as the crow flies—last year but was dragged out of the water six miles short of her oal. At Tlip Hosnitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Baby Burcliill. Luxora. Mrs. D. M. Holland. City. Loretta Raydcr. Luxora. Wayne Allen. Hornenvlllc. Robert Jackson, steele. $50 may he yours! Su'nmit your "name" in (.he Rustic Inn "Namt Our Dining Room" Contest before Wednesday MidnUhl. Aug. flth! All rn- Irles must be submitted *( the Rustic Inn. Decision of the judges will be Pln;tl. The Rustic Inn Walnut & Div. Dial 2202 K R I R PRESCRIPTION \\'t ose only tnp quality Pharmaceuticals in all of our prescriptions. Xatiim- iOly-fcnown brands with established reputations. When you want quality, yon can count on us: ROTHROCK'S DRUG STORE 205 W. Main Phone 4451 Bits of News Condition of Mr». J. D. Booker, who has been III at her home in the Dogwood Ridge Community for the pasl week, remains unchanged. Mrs. G. V. Daws and her mother Mrs. A. B. Witt of Halls, Tenn., have returned from Nashville, Tenn.. where they visited with relatives! En route to Nashville. Mrs. Daws was Joined by her mother, who later returned to Blytheville for several days visit. Mrs. Clara Christian has returned from a month's vacation In Richmond. V«., as guest of Mrs. Ha?el Harris, Miss Jackie Lloyd left Saturday for St. Louis where she will attend the Gladys Turner School of Floral Design for four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Elkins. Jr. and daughter. Teresa Jean, have relumed to their home In Drinkley after spending the weekend here as guests of (heir parents. Mr and Mrs. O. O. Elkins, and Mr. and Mrs G. V. Daws. Miss Virginia Bowen of Cardwell was the weekend guesl of her par- enls, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bowcn Calvin Davis and Mrs Hom-r' Ellis of West Point. Miss, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Tommy Held and family. Mrs Kills is a sister to Mrs. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. John storey and family spent yesterday In Ponotoc Miss., wilh relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Landrum have as their guesls this week Mrs Lan- drvim's sister. Mrs. Dick Mills Mr Mills and son. Benny, all of Memphis. Gena Galnes Is visiting with relatives In Mayfield. Ky. Evelyn Bnwen returned Thursday from West Memnhls where she had spent three weeks with relatives. Mrs. M. F. nrownlee nnd children of Sikcston. Mo., are' spending this week as guests of Mrs. Urownlees mother. Mrs. John F. Bourland Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Adams hud as their Friday nnd Saturday guesls Mr. and Mrs. James Swafford and Irs. Gen Swafford of Cliildrers, "ex. The Swaffords were en route a St. Louis to visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hawks o( lamp Rio Vista, Hardy, are spend- ig several days In Blytheville with elatives. Mr. and Mrs. John' Moses and hilrtren of Mounds, ill., were the •cekend guests of Mrs. Moses' par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley nd family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilbanks ar- Ived yesterday from their home in larshall. Tex., to spend several ays with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Bevill had is heir weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. lilly Bunn of Boston, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Landrum and Ir. and Mrs. Charlie Landrum were he Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Valter Waddy and Mrs. J. V. Landrum. Mrs. Russell Phillips, Mrs. r. E Black. Mfs.XP. W. McCutchen and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln were In Greenfield, Miss., yesterday where they participated In a duplicate bridge tournament. Today they are In Greenwood, Miss., to participate in a tournament. Mrs, J, A. Leech, Mrs. Harry w. Halncs, Mrs, E. R. Lancashire and Mrs. B. B. Gee and her mother, Mrs. W. B. Hunter of Long Beach, Calif., were In Paducah, Ky., S.Umdny where they went to accompany Mrs. Leech's aunt, Mrs. Pearl Albritton, to her home. Mrs. Albritton had been .spending several days in Blytheville. Mrs. Odell Sanders of Portland, Ark., is the houseguest of her mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Culji of St. Francis, Ark., were the weekend euests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley. Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Moore of Mn- rianna were the weekend guwL 1 ! of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Moore were Accompanied lo their home by Mr. Moore's aunt. Miss Elise Moore, for a week's visit. Mr.>. D. E. WImberly and sons, .11m, Edward and Ervnn and Miss Maxine Hipp spent Sunday In ihe Arcadia Valley at Ironton, Mo., LIS guests ol Mr. Wimbcrly, who is there on several days business for Ark-Mo Power Co. Mrs. J. A. L«eeh and Mrs Harry W. Haines arc in Memphis today. Mrs. James Barksdale and chil- rlren, James Bryan and Susan and Mrs. Lily SIsk spent yesterday in Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Puster and children, Marshall and Tresea of St. Louis, .were the weekend guests of Mrs. Ideil Blackard and family. Mrs. Kdgar Oslln. Jr.. of Clarks- villc. Ark., is spending several weeks here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks. Misses Louise Rose of Melbourn 'and Sue Davidson of Jonesboro, were the weekend guests of Miss Dot Mizelle, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Fulghnm of Joiner. Mrs. Well Dlackard, nnd Mrs. Will Seymorc visited in Kennett yesterday. Patricia and Leola Wright accompanied Mrs. Blaekarrt home for several days visit. Mrs. Cora Anderson and son. Max, have returned from a three weeks visit in Temple and Fort Hood, Tex. Waile there they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wicks and son and Sgl. and Mrs. W. A. Harreil and riauntiters. Sst. and Mrs. Harrell and family motored Mrs. Anderson and son to Blytheville and will remain for a. two weeks visit. Mrs. T. I. Seay. Mr.s. Randall Hawks nnd Mrs. Frank Seny and children. Hrenda and Tommv are In Memphis today. Mrs. Frank Seay and children will remain for n visit with Mrs. Sony's mother. Mrs. Wilbur Hughes and Mr. Hughes. Mr. ami Mrs. B. A. Lynch are suend'ng this 'week visiting Rotary Clubs In Eastern Arkansas. Mr. Lynch is district governor of Eastern Arkansas Rotary Clubs. Louis Lynch left Saturday night for Knnsns City. Mo,, where he will join a party of friends for a two \veeks trip, through points of. interest In California. , •'••Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Campbell were called to Pine Bluff this morning due to the sudden death nl Mr. Campbell's father. S. T. Campbell. LUXORA NEWS By Mr». G. C. Driver Russell Jiowen departed Thursday* for a visit, In Benlonville, Ari(. He joins Mrs. Boweii, who has been there for the past six weeks on account of the serious Illness of h«r father. Mrs, R. W. Thomas lias returned from a month's visit with relatives in Kilgore, Tex Mrs. Avis Crawford Is leaving this week (or Bronte, Tex. While there .<he will visit the Rev. and Mrs. J. E Puller. Miss Frances Reid Boweii joined :i motor vacation party from Blytheville last, week for New Orleans and LaFeria. Tex., where they will visit I3r ami Mrs. F. I*. Husband. Mrs. Dirda Walker of Dyersbtir^, Tenn., is visiting in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Self. Mr. and Mrs. John Ford and daughter Peggy Beth, and niece Ann Ashley Rozelle. left Friday for a two-week motor trip to Los An- Kelcs where they will visit relatives of Mr. Ford. The Rev. A. B. Hill Is visiting this week in Siloam Springs, Ark. Memphis vL=itors last week included Mr. and Mrs. Miirry Richardson. Mrs. J. I. Mlfflin and daughter, Betty. Mr. and Mrs 3am Uowcn, Mr. and Mrs. R I, Waija ninn, Mrs. Julia B. Owen and daughter, Marilyn, Mr. and Mrc. G. C. Driver and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bradley. Uixorans confined to their homes las', week because of illness included Mrs. T. F. Hudson and Mrs. Grover Driver. Mr. jinn Mrs. Gene Tucker of Seattle. Wash., are visiting in the j home of Mr. Tucker's parents, Mr | and Mrs. E. E. Tucker. Mrs. Tye Adams entertained ssv- eral little members o! Ihe youngest social set last. Wednesday afternoon at the school cafeteria in non- or of ihc second birthday of her daughter, Nan. avenue. A sqiinc! rushed to the scene and found a woman In a flesh colored bathing suit taking a sun bath "Somebody," the officers concluded. "Jumped to the wrong conclusion." New Liberty News Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Mrs. Johnson Blackwell entertains GEO Club. WMU of First Baptist Church meets at the church at 2:30 p.m. Lake Street WSCS meets at the church at 1:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Sigmon Hurt of Elbridge, Tenn,, were the weekend guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Sto- phenson. Mrs. Stephenson and daughter, Mary Tom, accompanied them home for a weeks' visit. Eddie Joe Whittle of Barfieict was the weekend guest of Jimmy and Joel Epperson. Mrs. Edith Epperson, who Is attending Arkansas SUtt College, Jonesboro, spent the week at her home. Hilton Stephenson, Clyde Lutes and Bill Young of Blytheville, have returned from Greenville, Miss., where they spent three days. Holf of Arkansas House on Ballots LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 7. VD—M least half the membership of the House of Representatives In the 1952 Arkansas legislature will be determined In tomorrow's Democratic primary. There be at last 52 House seats at stake in 39 comities. Some of the races were sent Into the runoff from the July 25 preferential primary. The remainder hac only two candidates originally. Twenty-seven of the House seats at stake tomorrow involve Incumbents who served In the 1949 legls- Mrs. Robert Thompson entertains Yarbro Home Demonstration Club. Mrs. James Brooks Is hostess to Tri-Town Club. Mrs. I. M. McHarTey hostess to Y. M. Birthday Club at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Mrs. Don Kaley entertaining with a bridge canasta party and shower at her home at 7:30 p.m. honoring Miss Mary Ann Smith, bride elect of Bobby Carroll Watson of Osceola. High Two meets with Mrs. Forrest Moore. Mrs. R. C. Allen entertains Club Thursday ^ Mrs. N. H. Blakemore hostess to AUTO GLASS Installed Thursday Hook. Mrs. Marvin Nunn compliment* Octette Club. Friday Lucky Rook Club meet* at hom« of Mrs. Freeman Huey. Saturday Promised Land WSCS has bake sale at Galnes grocery at 10 a.m. The python suffocates Its vlctlnu by constricting as the victim cannot inhale. ' CISCO KID COMES TO BLYTHEVILLE WL'i?S 5 P.M. 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