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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 19-)9 melia Saliba, Society Editor f Phone 4461 Miss Alexander Becomes Bride Of Jim DeJarnatt i In canclflight ceremony of beauty and simplicity, Miss Olive Alexander, Alexander, ulece of Mrs. Paiunc last night became the bride ol Master Sergeant Jim D. DeJarnatt, son of the Inte Dr. and Mrs. J. W. DeJarnatt of Comvay, at the Dinahunly-McCaugliey home ai 1W1 Cbickasawba. '.The double ring ceremony was read before an improvised altar banked with white floor baskets of white gladioli Interspersed with bridal wreath, nnd picardy gladioli. The Rev. E. C. Drown,' pastor ol the First Baptist Church, officiated, A program of nuptial music wus presented by Mrs C. B. Wood Sr., of Luxora. Her selections included, "Because" by D'Hardelot, "t Love You Truly" by Carrie Jacob HutuJs and "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life' by Victor Herbert. The traditional wedding marches were used as the processional and recessional. SoK strains of "The Flower Song" could be heard during the exchange of vows. • Mrs. SVood wore a black crepe dress which was complemented with a corsage of gardintas. Her accessories were also in black. Tnpers were lighted by Miss Marjorie Robertson who wore a lurqn- ,oise crepe diess. She pinned a corsage of white gardenias at her shoulder. Mrs. Willinin F. McCaughcly. who was the matron of honor, was the only feminine attendant. She chose a powder blue suit, with a black straw hat fashioned with a pink and black taffeta ribbon. She pin ned a corsage of pink'carnations at lier shoulder. The bride, given In marriage Bancroft Terry, wore tin Elsenlicrg original navy blue suit with navy accessories. Her navy straw hat was trmmed with white flowers. Her frock was complemented with purple-throated white orchid. Master Sergeant Winston fYascr recruiting sergeant in Blylheville division, served as best num. The bride's mint chose for thi occasion, a black gabardine suit an< pinned a corsage of while carna tions at her shoulder. Immediately following the cere inony a reception was held. Tli. bridal table was covered with i cloth of lace and centered with : •triklng arrangement of pink am white snapdragons and white tulips In a stiver bowl. White tapers In illver candelabra flanked Hie ccrtter- piece. Placed at one end of the table, was the three tiered wedding cake surrounded by quince blossoms. Mrs. Annie Holt and Miss Peggie Bujarski presided at the table. After a short wedding trip, the eouple will return to Blytheville to make their home at 317 N. Broadway. ' Out of town guests who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Porter W. De- Jarnatt of Lcachville. Informal Dinner Dance Held for Supper Club Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edwards r.nd Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Hardln were hosts and hostesses last night when they entertained with an informal dinner dance at Hie Legion Hut for the Dell Supper Club nnd guests. Approximately Il5 attended the affair which was one of the largest to be given during the current season. The Easter theme was curried out In the decorations of the ballroom and reception room. The long tn- bles were centered with mixed flowers In pastel shades in a low silver bowl nnd flunked by while tapers In silver candelabra, which cast a soft glow over the setting. Placed the length of the tables were while tapers In silver holders and nests of colored Easter eggs and yellow chickens. The smaller tables were entered with a miniature' of the cnlerpiece on the tables nnd tlank- d by rabbit shaped candles. Guests who attended the affnlr ncluded: Mi", and Mrs. Russell recmvay, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe EdrbiBton and Mr. nnd Mrs. R. D. ,lcnrs of Osceob, Mr. and Mrs. Jlydc Whistle Miss Jcnn William's, nines Park. Charles Moore, Todd tarrison, Clem Whistle, Mrs. Ruth lampboll, Cecil Metcnlf, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Chamblln. Mr. nnd Mrs Jube Carson. Mr. and Mrs. Uosco Crafton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Crafton ,lr. and Mrs. Adolphe Heinlckc, Mr and Mrs. Ullysee.s Blaukciixhlp, Mr. and Mrs. Oral Htiunicult, Mr. nnd vlrs. Charles Kennett, Miss Nora Simpson, Elmer Stone. Miss Mavis Settlcmrre, James McDnnlcl, Miss Men Sanders, Van Hays. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Tinker. Mr. and Mrs :len Cook, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralp] o Mrs. King Is Honored At Surprise Shower Mrs, Harry Bogan and Mrs. James Lentz were hostesses last night when they entertained with a surprise shower complimenting Mrs. Fletcher King. Approximately 38 attended Hie parly which wn.s Id at Mrs. Bogan's home. During the evening, bunco and ok gnmcs were ptayed. Mrs. leodore Ujgnn received high score Hie rook gnmcs. with Mrs. Cor- 'llus Schercr winning second high, rs. Burks Barker, third and Mrs. Ing, rooko. Bunco went to Mrs. E. Cherry with Mrs. T. N 1'umwright, receiving high score ul .Mrs. Robert Wecdmati, low. Mrs. King was presented her fls at the time she received her l/e In the curd games. Attractively arr-ingcd In the )me, were bouquets of spring flo- ers. Caudle.-Miss Hose Ann Stanley New Madrid, Mo., and Joe DeLlclle of PoiUgevlllc, Mo.. Miss Ila Fields James McMullIn, Thennan Tinker Mrs. Blossom Tinker. Dcnnle Fowler,-Wade Jeffries, and Lieut, am Mrs. E. B. Dcvln. of Washlnuloi D.c. • * • Avalon Bunco Club, Guest Meets With Mrs. Speck The Avalon Bunco Club was en tertained yesterday at the horn of Mrs. Norman Speck, togcthe with one guest, Mrs. Gene Ellis. Blooming potted plants nni spring flowers were arrange throughout the entertaining room of the home. Mrs. Paul Mahon won high scor n the games played wilh Mrs. Spec winning bunco and Mrs. Joh blouse, low. The hostess served n dessci course with iced drinks follow-In the games. Vlvs. Nebel Entertains Social Calendar Saturday \Ls. B. L. Hale, Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mrs F. E. Blnck nnd M W. J. Pollard wil he hostesses at 8 .dgiice Saturday night at the Wo man's Club complimenting Miss Iln Rogers and her fiance Johnso Black wel'. u. N. B. Club, Guests Mrs, Cure Entertains Thursday Club, Guests Mrs. E. J. Cine was hostess yesterday wlien she entertained the Thursday Club and guests with a luncheon at her home at 818 Chtck- nsawba. Guests included Mrs. M. A. Isaacs nnd Mrs, Harry Klrby wilh Mrs. W. 1J. Hunter as a luncheon guest. The dining table, at which the lunchroj) was server!, held as a cen- tcrplcce, a low crystal bowl filled with an arrangement of pi'.nsles. Other vases ol flowers In various «hH<lr.i wore used In the entertaining rooms. Following the luncheon, bridge was played with high score bchiK won by Mrs. E. a. Gee and second .high by Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Covington Hostess To L. E. W. Bunco Club Mrs. .Shirley Covington entertained tlie I,. E. W. Bunco Club yesterday at her home together with one guest. Mrs. Floyd Hargctt and one new member, Mrs. Glen Harrington. score was won by Mrs. Cov- Bits of News Mostly The hostesses served refreshments i Inuton In the uamcs played with assorted rinks, party foods and Icotl Mrs. chnrlrs Henley. Mrs. Jer Kearn and Mrs. Richard Osbori were guests yesterday with men hers of the O. N. B. Club when Mr Wcldon Nebcl entertained nt her home. Spring flowers in crystal vases were used in the rooms where bunco gamps were played. During the game high score went to Mrs. Hermaon with bunco being ivon by Mrs. Henley nnd low by Mrs. Osborne. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course with Iced drinks. (Irs. Blakemore Hostess o Rook Club and Guest Mrs. Neville Hlaketnorc was has- ess yesterday when she entertained Thursday Rook club and one ucst, Mrs Earlenc Blankenshlp.. t her home. In the afternoon games. Mrs ,con Schcrcr received high score 'ith Mrs. Harold Hinson receiving ecoiuf high and Mrs. Rleliurdd rlchard, rooko. liouqticU of gladioli and lilac 'ere arranged In the entertaining oom of fhc hoiue The hostess served refreshments a salad plate with Iced drinks. Sivlhclay Parly Is Given "lonormg Mary Ann Fisher Mary Ann FJsher was honored on icr 12lh birthday yesterday when Her mother entertained with a welner roast at their home. 217 kike. Twenty one guc.sLs attended he party. During the afternoon games nnd contests were played with prizes being won by Maurice Webb. Jack Jackson and Jerry Edwards. Later In the afternoon, the honoree opened her gifts. Mrs. Fisher was assisted in entertaining by another daughter. Melba Jean. Dinner Party Is Given By Training Union Class The Steady Workers Training Union of the First Baptist. Church entertained last night with a dinner party at the home of Mrs C. E. Johnson, 1332 Hcarn. There wei'e 14 members and one guest, the Rev. C. E. Brown, present. The dining table from which the dinner was served, was centered with an attractive arrangement of mixed (lowers in various shades. Other vases of spring flowers were Mrs. J. J. Hargett receiving bunco met Mrs. Howard licsharse, low icoro. . Vases of spring flowers In mixed shades were used throughout the en- :ert;unmt! rooms of the home. Following the gamse, the hostess sci-vetl refreshments <>; pie «-jUi Iced drinks. B.H.S. Band Receives First Class Rating The Blythcvllle High School Band, composed of 55 members, under the direction of Robert Llpscomb. received first class rating In the district baud festival held In Searcy April 1, it was announced today by their director. Mr. Ltpscomb said that 21 high school bands from this entire district. representing 1100 students, attended. The festival was divided Into three events, contest, sight rending nnd Lieutenant and Mrs, E. B. Devln of WashingU.il, D. C,, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. J. I,. Wallace. Condition of Martha Rose Mead who Is confined to her home, 411 N. Broadway, with (he mumps. Is Mllsfiictory. She Is Jic daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mead. Jlmmie Deal left yesterday for Houston. TCX.. where he will attend to business. , He plans to return liome tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Keith J. Uilbrey and son spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Chandler and daughter left today for Payette- ville, where they will visit with friends nnd relatives for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Oley Rough of Eneincnce, Mo., arrived to be the weekend guests of O. A. Polish and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Shnrnlfn John Palmer was dismissed from Walls Hospital today, where he had been undergoing treatments for pneumonia for the past week His condition is Improved. He Is now at his home at the Veterans Housing Quarters In Blytheville. Mrs. j E. Gimno and son. J. E. Jr., returned from Hot Springs where they attended the funeral services Wednesday for her sister, Mrs. Hdtlle McHaney. Condition of J. C. Roach, who was dismissed from Blytheville Hospital, where he was undergoing treatment. Is much Improved. He will be able lo return to work this % ^k. The Rev and Mrs. Daniel Sliif- ford, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Trumble. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. White. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Jarrctt, Mrs. Ira Lambert, Betty Sue Lovelace. Betty Jo Knipple, Mary Louise O'Brien, Betty Jean Seymorc, Gertrude Jefferies and Chnrlcne Cameron were in Dextcv, Mo, last night where they attended a mcetii.K at the First Nazarene church there. Mrs. D. H. Van Patton returned to her home yesterday in Jerome, Ida., after having spent the past several weeks here as guest of her son, Tvan R. Van Patton and Mrs. Passover Rites To Be Observed In Temple Israel The Jewish Festival of Pussovor, o: 1 pesath, begins Wednesday, April 13, at sundown, It is the oldest Jcw- I'li religious Huliday and Is celebrated .n remembrance of Hie rtc- 'iberaunn of the- enslaved Israelites from rr.e tyrnnny of Hie KKyiitiiiii ti.skmaMCiii of 3.500 years ago. Mcmnors of conRicBiilion of Temple Israel will Join In their Temple tor (.»•<. festival services and cclc- ii'ations Sunday at 7:30 p.tn. the Ahe Nickol youth Chapter of A'\A #'ill coi.nuct a Pro-Passover service. fislstfcJ by their spiritual advisor, /i Alfred Vise. Colcman Boi'owsky. who A'as winner of ttie first prize :i the Blytheville Jaycces' oralorl- JB romrst will Ix? Hie speaker. Fol- owlng 'lie Services the conj;rot$a- :lun will hold the annual congreija- meeting with election of officers for the Temple Israel. Thursuay April M. Dr. vise will ':ondin: the annum congregational WE, THE WOMEN * Third Degree Fails To Trap Husbands n> Ru(l) Milled NKA StafJ Writer marching, playing and maneuvering during the evening. The bands were cntimed on the first two events with Judging taking place In the cvcniiifi performance. Blytheville also received fair plus' few days at her home, 2316 Caro- Vail Patton. Condition of Mrs. Smith T. Brack- I in, who has been ill for the past ratings in reading. the contest and sight At The Hospitals Hlyllnwlllr Hospital Aloji.-i.i- Ueshnrse. city. Anvil Urnwn, city. Walls Iliispilal Disim.s.-.co: Betty On} 1 Reiser. Mrs din 1 Andersoti and baby city. Billy Brown Rt. 1. city. Mrs. V Crntz. Rt. 1, city. Chnril-s McGcr, Lllxora. Mrs. 1. J. Mahon, city. John Palmer, Veterans Housing uariors city. is improved. Passovci Seder service, followed by U t- trptfUional Passover meal, spon- by the Temple Sisterhood. Central School Pupils In Sixth Grade Spend Day With Yarbro Group £ x'li ?rude students from Central School and their teacher, Mrs. Lillian Frank. ioda.y were gue.sts if the sixth grade students at Yarbro. The students went by bus to Yarbro at 8:30 this morning. Their day together was opened by a current event discussion, after which each group furnished brief entertainment for the other. The Yarbro rtudcntn presented musical numbers on "toilettes", and the Central students a oik dance. Foilo-vmg th? entertainment each group look up regular lesson work. rior to lunch, served in the Yavuro School cafeteria, softball game.s for x>th girls and boys were played. J. P. Garrott, director of the Blytheville "Y 1 , was the umpire. During the afternoon reports were icard from representatives of both on the life of Stephen A Poster. Both classes have just com- ! ileteii a study of him and his mu- ! sic. ] Following the rei>orts, the two groups of students were shown a ' film In the Yarbio projection room. Miss Minnie Foster is the teach- ' er of the Yarbro group. At 3:15 parents of the Central group leturned the children to Bly- thcvilic. used to decorate the entertaining rooms of the home. Following dinner, Barnes and contests were played with Mrs. C. L. Evnns bciny the best Bible student. Hospital's Incubator Holds Three Tiny Babes LITTLE HOCK. April 8 (A'l— Tiny premature girl twins were admitted to the Arkansas Children's Home and Hospital late las night. The weighed two pounds, 12 ounces and three pounds. They were born to Mrs. Pan King of Wnlunt Ridge at 4:30 p.m yesterday and were brought to tin hospital by her husband and placcc in an Incubator. A physician sali they were "doing 1 fine". A two pound, 15-ouncc baby wa admitted to the hospital last Monday. Attendants said at the time the child was one of the smallest they had seen In years. Read Courier News Want Ad». "Ask me no questions and I may tell you something Interesting," says Die philosopher, William l''eathci'. There, wives. In 11 words is one one of the truest remarks you'll ever read about men In general, j and hu.sbands In particular. Many a wit who complains that her husband never tells her anything has only herself to blame. She rnrot.s her husband at the door at nicht wilh queslli.is about his day. 11 he answers the telephone she wants in know who called him anil what they wanted. If he goes out to a banquet or meeting, she ask.s to be (old everything that happened. If he's half an hour late in getting :iomp liojn the office, the first thini! she says to him is "What- 'cv happened to "Hi" 1 " She asks him what's in Ills let- ICMS. She wants to know where he ate lunch and who he ate with. And when she can't think ol anything else to ask him she wants to know if he still loves her. Naturally, alt such a woman sets answer to her inumberable questions is an absent-minded brush. Can K.\nrct Noncommittal Answers "Nothing much happened at the office. "A man named Brown telephoned. Just a business matter." He can't remember what he had to cat at the banquet. "It was just anothel " — yawn — "one of those evenings." He WHS late getting home from work because he got "tied up." The letter hc'.s just read didn't saj much. He ate lunch at the same ok place, with "some of the boys from the office." Cause for Anger WASHINGTON, April 8 W) — Sixteen families in an apartment house were without water for eight hours j'esterday because their landlord failed to pay the water bill. Angry tenants finally contracted the District of Columbia water rc- gi-star, who told them how to go to the basement and turn it back on. 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