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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 18, 1949
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MONDAY, 'APRIL 18, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLK (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE HVB C • 4 aoctelu mclia Salibu, Society Editor f Amelia ['hone 4.161 Miss ^Aaxine Reid Becomes Bride Of Robert Rector In an impressive ceremony solemnized Saturday afternoon, 4 o'clock, Miss Patsy Maxine Reid, dauRhter of Mr. and Airs. Max B. Reid, became the bride of Robert ^eill Rector, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Earl Rector of Wautlka, Okla. The double ring ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents, 6H West Main, hi the presence of intimate friends and relatives of the couple. The Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiated. A program of nuptial music was presented by Ewing Reid, uncle of the bride, of Jackson, Tenn.. pianist and James M. Roy, vocalist. Mr! Reid's selections Included the traditional Wedding March by Mendelssohn with soft music being played during the exchanging of vows. Mr. Roy's selections were "I Love You Truly" and "Because" by D'Hiude- lot. The flreptacc of the home, which formed the setting for the wedding, was banked with huckleberry screen mid studded with tiny white flowers. Jl^cert over the mantle to the celling V.-H.S a garland of lacy plumosis fern with the mantle being centered with a semi-circular nrrangenicnt of all white flowers, including stock, snapdragons and gladioli flanked by triple branched candelabra holding tall white tapers which cast a soft Blow over the wedding party. The floor candelabraK formed an arch to meet the branched candelabras on the mantle. At each side of the lire]jlaee were floor vases in white wrought Iron .stnnd.s will) identical nrnuige- mcnts of snapdragons, gladoli and stock. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a slate blue gabardine suit with navy accessories. Her hnt was of navy inalirie trimmed with a small pink flower. She carried a white prayer book topped with a purple-throated white orchid and decorated with white satin leathered carnations and rosebuds. Miss Cecilia Laufcrsweiler of Oklahoma City. Okla., who was mnid of honor, was the only feminine attendant. She chose for the occasion a frosted navy suit trimmed In white pique with her navy straw hat also trimmed in white pique. Her frock ^^is complemented with a purse cor- liTKe of yellow rosebuds. Rommie '1 en-ell of Qklniiomn City Miss McAdams Is Honored At James Hill Jr. Home Mrs. James Hill, Jr.. Mrs. E. a. Thomas and Mrs. John Jones of Parugould entertained Saturday afternoon in special compliment to Miss Jane McAdams, bride-elect of Thomas Browning Miller. MLss Me- Adams and her fiance are being entertained with a series of parlies prior to their marriage, which Ls to be solemnized Saturday, April 30, al First Presbyterian Church. The affair, a kitchen and linen shower, was held at the Hill home, "Hilltresl." from 3 lo 5 o'clock, and was attended by approximalcly 50 guests, Including several (rom out- of-town. fn the receiving line with the three lio.itc.sses and the guest of honor were Mr.s. Paul Dee Me- Adams, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs H. II. McAdams, Sr., of Joiusttoro. her aimt. of specimen tnlip.s In Spring shades were aranged throughout the entertaining rooms. Dark red vulips were used on the desk iti Uic drawing room, and a bowl of shasr.V lavender and yellow tulips was on a low laule before the fireplace. Vases of feathery white spirca were placed in the library and on the siinporch. A pink and white color scheme vas carried out in the decoration ol the dining room, where the tabk', aid wilh a cutwork cloth, was cen- .ercd with a silver bowl filled with mammoth white and pink tulips, while narcissi and spirca. Tall pink tapers in silver candlcabra flanked the centerpiece, and the chosei? colors of pink and white were eon- tiiuiF.d in the parly sandwiches, mints and cookies .served with punch Mi^s Frances McHaney, Miss NoiTt .Simpson and Mrs. Joe Evrard presided over the refreshment table. A tan-shaped arrangement of gladioli wro used on the dining room buffet. Later in the afternoon, Miss Me- Adams was presented with her Rifts, which she opened in the drawing room. She wore a printed silk frock Bits of News Okla., man. served Mr. Rector as bes or Ricen and blue, with a large picture hat of green straw, and a unique "kitcN-u" corsage presented hei" by her hostesses. Assisting the hostesses were Mrs. Charles Bitlner and Mrs. J. V. Dales. Ou'.-of-town gnesLs Included Mrs. H. H. McAdams, Jr., and Mrs. Palrick McAdams, both ot Jonesboro, and Mrs. R. P. Whittington ol Greenville. Miss., /.onseguest of her 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Holland Mrs. Adams Weds George C. Snyder In Rrites at Home The wedding of Mrs. George Geycr Adams of Osceola to George Crls- man Snyder of Surnsola, Pla., and Charlolle, N. C., wiu> solemnized Saturday afternoon, 2 o'clock at the Osceola home of the bride's Urolher, Godfrey L. White and Mrs. White. The bride, the former Miss Rose White, is the daughter of Mrs. John Calvin White and the late Mr. White o( Osceola and the bridegroom Is the son nl James Luther Snyder and the late Mrs. Snyder of Charlotte. The Rev. H. J. Couchman, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Osceola, performed the ceremony In the presence of members of the two ramllies. The bride wore an nflernoon gown ol navy blue laffcla nnd lace designed by'Trlgcrc with her hat in a matching shade and trimmed with tiificta roses. She pinned al her shoulder, a corsage of Iwo white •orchids. She had as tier only allendanl, her daughter. Miss Jane Adams with Dr. Duncan G. Calder Jr. of Concord, N. C. serving Mr. Snyder as best man. A reception followed the ecre- lony and later Ihe i-'oujjle loft on motor trip to the Gulf The bride is a member of a prom- nenl Mississippi County family, 'Inch has long resided hi Osceola. >he was graduated from Stuart Hall 'r-cpjtratory School, Stiumlon. vn.. nd attended Snlllns College. Bris- ol, Va. nnd the University of Ar- :ansas, Faycttevllle. He was graduated from the Unl- 'crsity of North Carolina at Chu- lel Hill and served in World War I with the rank of a major. He nis a member of the 38th Evncua- lon Hospital Unit. Mr. Snyder is nnnagcr of the Charlotte Coca- Cola Bottling company, president of the Coca-Cola Bottlers Assocln- ion. a member of the Charlotte Memorial Hospital, the Charlotte Country club and the Sarasota Bay lountrv Club. Tlie couple will reside in Sarnsota and Charlotte. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday The Y. W. A. of Ihe Klrst Bu)>- Mrs. Reid, mother of the bride, j wore a smoke grey crepe dress with matching accessories and pinned a corsage of white Dutch iris at her shoulder. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held. The dining table was centered with the traditional white wedding cake encircled with greenery. Flanking the centerpiece were two crystal Wedding Plans Announcec By Miss Peggy St. John Miss Peggy St. John, daughter i Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Warner SI John of Little Rock, today mad known plans for her marriage t Moreland Boyd White, son of Mi and Mrs. Godfrey L. White o Jack Sullba, student at Arkansas State. Jonesboro, spent the taster weekend here as guest of his mother, Mrs. Jack Sallbu and his sister, Miss Barbara Sallba. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sykes returned to their home In Little Rock after having spent several days here as guests of Kir. and Mrs. Harold Thompson. Knroule home, they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cockran and family in Memphis. Fred Rutherford relumed lo the University of Arkansas. Fnyclteville. after spending the weekend here with hts parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. Mrs. Louise Yartyii had as her guests yesterday, her daughter, Mrs. L. F. May nnd Mr. May and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hinds Walden nnd son, Joe Uiiston of Caraway. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Christy returned from Knstland. Tcnn,, where they visited with relatives for the past week. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Christy's brother. Jimmy Ixickwood, who will remain here for a visit. Miss Frances Sliolise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sliouse, returned lo the University of Arkansas, Fayel tcvllle, today after having spcul the holidays here with her parents. She Is president of the Hoollu's Rubes, vice-president of Ihe Delta Gamma Sorority and was recently Initiated into (he Lambda Tau honorary English fraternity at the University. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr. left ycsterdiiy for St. Louis, , where they will attend a convention. They were accompanied lo St. Louts by Mrs. Harold Thompson Jr., and her mother, Mrs. Buster Richardson, who arc enroute to Niles. Mich., lo spend a week as guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. Fred lioyelt nnd Mi\ Boycll. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest George and list Church will meet at Hie church al 7 p.m. The Alplm Hcta Chapter of F.'psl- lon Sigma Alpha will have un Invitational dance nt Lonnle's Chin ul 8 p.m. Circles Three mirl Ftmr of Ihe Calvary llaptlsl W. M. u. will meet al the church nt T.30 p.m. Tuesday La Nuevc Club will be entertained at the home of Mr.s. Melvln llalsell. Mrs. 1'inil Johc will be hostess to Club Eight members. Mrs. lirlc Whllk'y will cntcrtuin Iho Ln Pelttc Club. Tuesday lirldge Club will meet at the home of Mrs. W. C. son. Alplm Delta Chapter of ncta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs. W. H. O'Kecfc at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. O. W. McCilU'hen will be hosless lo the Town nnd Country Club. Family Night will be held at. the First Methodist Church nt firJO p.m. with a covered dish supper. Thursday Mrs. J. C. Ellis will entcrlaln (he Octelle Club. The LWiiWe Four Bridge Club will be cnlerlalncrt at the home ot Mrs. Lynn Urown. Mrs. Pulton Ellis will be hostess to the Thursday nook Club. The Gosuell W. S. C. S. will meet nt Ihe church at '2;UO p.m. for n program meeting. Mrs. Gene Hills will be hosless lo the Avalon flunco Club. The Blythcville Kook Clulj will meet nt the home of Mrs. Kussell We it. Mrs. J. J. Unrgelt will entertain the L. E. W. Club members. The Thursday Conduct Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. C/ob Women io Hear Paint Firm Engineer I!. K. Krleuer. color engineer rc- prCi.enUiiB Pittsburgh I'lale Oliiss Company Is scheduled lo itlscuss resciirch, product fortnntlon and upplientlon of piilnt pro<hict,s ul tho Woman's club tonight nl 7.30. The three dealers here, llubburd llurnwnro Co., Iluffmiin Hmdiers Lumber Co., and the Mississippi County Lumber Company, are to be sjxmsom of lh« dl.sciM.slon. At The Hospitals Hljtlicvlllo HosiiHul Dismissed: Mrs. Ed Cox nnd bnby, Cooler. Mo. \V»lli Dismissed: Mrs. a. R. Hcnth, Cupc Cllrur- (Icnn, Mo. Miss Helen llenth, Cupc Citrur- (li'uu, Mo. K. II. McOnhii, clly. Mrs. Johnny Young mul baby Ai nun-fl. (laughters of Memphis spent weekend here ns guests of hostess (o the Mld-Weck Club. Mrs. N. W. Kyla will |jo hostess to lh« Thursdiiy Nl«lil Club. Friday The Past Mutron.s nnd I'ust Pal ions club will meel al Hie home o Mr. ni»1 Mrs. Dan lilodiu'lt at 7::i( p.m. for a covered dish supper. Mrs I.. M. Hurnetl will ue co-hnsless. The C.)) C, dub will lie cnlor- Inlned nl the borne of Mr.s. I'Vldny Conlracl Club will be eu Uirlaluccl at Ihe home of Mrs. Ci. O Poe t '/. . Mr.s. James Hoy will he hostess I Iho I'YIdny Club members. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerc H. W. Mrs. Wylle. Harry W. llnlncs will be epergnes filled with arrangements of Osceola. wtnte^roscs and white snapdragons. | The ceremony will be solemnized]^' t| lt .i r home, B01 Twenty-four guests. Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson, Miss [ April 30, at 4 in the afternoon at Jetty Ctair Huffman, Mrs. Hoke I the Second Prc.sbylp.rian Church in Stone of Lambert. Miss., and Mrs. i Little Rock. The Rev. Marion A. Out of town guesls who attended the wedding were, Mr. and Mrs. James Luther Snyder nnd Christine Snyder of Charlotte, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Garrison of Gastonle, N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Norman Biianar. Miss Caroline Bisanar. Catherine Blsa- nar and Dr. and Mrs. Duncan G. Calder Jr. of Concord. Mrs. John A. Adams and John Dudley Adams of Little Hock. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech of Blythcville entertained with a cocktail parly Friday evening at their home. 10*3 West Main, complimenting the couple. The affair was attended by a lnrge number of guests including many from out of town who were here lor the wedding. Mr. and Mis. Aubrey Conway. also of Blythcville, were host and hosless Saturday morning when thcv entertained with a breakfast West Main, who Inclnd- mcmbers of the wedding party George's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. George nnd family. Condition of Mrs. Arch Lhulsey. who was re-admitted to Walls Hospital Thursday, to undergo a major operation, is improved. Lloyd Koonlz and Eilll Wlxson re- lumed to Arkansas Polytcchnicnl School, rinsscllvillc, utter .spending the weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Koonlz Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. fl. A. Wixson of Burdelle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Phillips had ns their guests for the Easter weekend, their daughter, Mrs. Vance Alexander and Mrs. Alexander of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander were accompanied home by their young son, Michael, who had spent the past week here with his grand- ba Avenue. Mr. nncl Mrs. Mell Brooks Jr., and children, Judy and Mell III. of Greenville, Miss., were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mr.s. Mell Hrooks Sr., and other relatives. U.W. Mullins of Osccola, and his daughter. Mrs. Curl Evans and two sous, Carl Jr., find George Thc^Vws. of Memphis, spent yesterday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mcnrl Jontz hud fl.s their weekend guests their son, Robert J. Jontz. Mrs. Jont?, and son, Jimmy, all of Memphis. Jhn Smart, who Is attending Mississippi A. ,t M., Stnrksville, spent the weekend here with relatives. Mrs. Hcrmoi) Cnrlton Sr., her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Holden iuu! sons. Tommy, Jimmy and Carltotl, all of Lake Village, and Marilyn Moore of Greenville, Miss,, have returned to their homes nfter n weekend visit here with Mrs. Carlto's son Hcrmon Carllon and family, i»nr! lionrd of Director*—7:30 p.m. Tursrtny Lions Club, Hotel Noble—12: p.m. City Council—11:00 p.m. American Legion—8:00 pin. Wcilnesdiiy Ktwanis Club, Hotel Nolilc- Central P. T. A. Hoard of Uxeci lives— '2:'.IO p.m., followed by P. T. t meeting :i:0fl p.m. Girl Scout Ixnie Troop—fl:00 p.ti Thursday Uotnry Club, Hotel Noble— p.m. Chamber of Commerce incmb ship meeting with the lionrd ectors and the Education Coinmtt- ce—1:30 p.m. Friday Boy Scout Training Course—7:30 i in. r WE, THE WOMEN us HUTU MILI.K'l T HA Staff Write? •uth Milted "Aly hii.sbaiid does practically ilhlni< around home. I ilon'l ex- •cl him to help with my work, Iho tiKhc.1, .scrubbing, elc., but don't •ou think we ought lo muke- small opalrs around the house, and lake are c l f Ihe yard? Ho doesn't, refuse I'hen I him. He Just says he'll lo It thi! first chance ho gets. Or ic ninke.s It sound ns though I'm nigging by iisklnn: 'Does It HAVE o l)u done right (his mltmtc?'" There am probably ninny wives vho can tiyimmtlilrc with the wo- nnn who wrote that complaint In a letter to mo. There are probably ilso sonic who could give her n few :ielpful liliU.s on how lo gel the work :lono that her hu.sluiiul l.s always imlllnic (iff until tomorrow. One helpless-looking wife t knov gels her husband out of his cas;. .'hair and working on the Job she wun'.s done by slavtlng In to do li iierai'll. When she rnllti on him foi help or mlvli'o he cnn't resist lh< masculine Impulse to belittle hoi effort* and In no Umt at *U bet showing her how the Job ihould b* done. Then she's right whew iht wants to be—standing by *dmlr- 'ng his efforts. Comfort Act* u laeenthn ~ Another wife says when her hue- bund keeps letting a repair job go, she tries to think of some way to nnko him Inconvenienced by thi repair need. When he kept putting oft fixing tho door on her oven, for Instance, she quit talking about it and stopped trying to bake in th« oven. When he wondered aloud why they hadn't had a roast lately, or any pics or calces, the told him sweetly the oven couldn't be used until tho door was fixed. It WM fixed In R hurry. Another strategic move, of course. Is to remind a man two or three times about a job—and then hire someone to do It. If he complain* aboul tho cast, the wife can *ay In a rcnsomiblo tone of voice that she thought he wasn't going to get the tlmo lo mnke the repair or mow the lawn, or whatever it might be, and It had to be done. ff the httsljEind doesn't like pay- Init to have a Job done that he could do himself, then chancet are he'll not procrastinate next time. If he decides he'd rather spend the money to hire the Job done than bo worried with lU-then both he and his wife are satisfied. So the problem can be worked out; bnl by strategy—not by nag- ., James Roy presided at Ihe table. The couple left on a wedding trip before returning to Oklahoma City to make their home at 904 East Park. Out of' town guests who attended Included Mr. and Mrs. Hoke Stone Lambert, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. G! Linn Smith, Siheston. Mo.; Ewing Reid. Mrs. A. J. H. Reid, grandmother of the bride, and Miss Nan Hunt of Jackson, Tenn.. and Jere Reid, brother of the bride, who is a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. Miss Henderson To Wed Ensign Walter Ktiehn ij SK The engagement of Miss Ruth enderson, daughter of Mr. and V. Henderson of Dell, to vs. J. , Ensign Walter Kuehn. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Kuehn of Brooklyn. N. y., was announced today by her parents. Boggs. pastor will officiate. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. Guy Mathis. organist. The bride, to be given in marriage by her father, has chosen Miss Betty Semmes of Osceola ss maid of honor and Mrs. Charles Gochio of Bcntonville, as matron of honor. Other attendants include Miss Sarah Rilcy of Little Rock, Miss Anne White, sister of the bridegroom- elect and Mfss Jayne Adams, his cousin, both of Osccola. Tapers will be lighted by Llewellyn White of Osceola. younger .sister of Mr. white and Warner St. John Jr., the bride- elect's brother John B. White will serve his brother as best man and groomsmen will be Bruce Ive, George Doyle. Richard E. Prcwitt. all of Osccola and William H. Jell of Little Rock A reception will be given by (tic ' bride-elect's parents following _, , ., , ,. i ceremony. In Ihe Mirror Room Plans for the weddm? lo be sol-1 the Albert Pike Hotel. cmmzcd April 30 In Dell will be announced at a later date. Miss Henderson was graduated from Dell High School anri is now employed by the Malco Theater's Inc., in Memphis. Ensign Kuehn is stationed at the Naval Air Station in Occana, Va. He has served in the Navy for the ! past, five years. I Increased by Separation Twenty blood donations used as whole blood will treat al mosl 20 patients. But 20 blood donations separated Into red cells can be user to treat from 15 to 350 patients. Read Courier News Want Ads and out of town guests attended :hc affair. The dining table, at which the breakfast was served, was centered with an all white centerpiece. Easter lilies were ,,.,c-u '. u Jccoratc the entertaining rooms of Ihe home. Musical Program Given At P. E. 0. Luncheon Mrs. Alvm Huffman Jr. and Mrs C. \. Cunningham were hoslesscs Friday when they entertainer Chapter N.. P.E.O. Sisterhood and Ruests with a 1 o'clock luncheon at tl-.c new home of Mr. and Mrs. Huff- n.nn on Country Club Ones'.* who nllcnded were Mrs Robert Barkovitz nnd Mrs. A. R W rat her of Portngeville. Mo., who ;>re also P.E.O. members, and Miss Allyce Nelson of Dallas. Tex., who i.s a fo/mer member of Ibis chapter Mrs. Barkovil?: and Mrs. Wrather I-rcscnln. a musical program following the luncheon. Mrs, Barko vit7. reviewed the life and works o: F.'edcrK Chopin and played two o 'iis so notions, "Polonaise In / Flat" Riid "Panlnsy Impromptu.' Mrs. Wruther presented several vo <a' sc'eUions which included. "Ii My o.ndcn" by Firestone. "In Monestary Garden" and Daisy 1 t.y John Scott. The entertaining rooms of the "Th THE BEST IN TASTE .. BEST IN ENJOYMENT.. BEST IN NUTRITION EAT ICE CREAM Eat delicious, nutritions Fortune's Ice Cream often ... It contains s'itamins A and B, proteins, calcium and other essential minerals needed for good health. jj^ AtWArs keep IC£ CRfAM on Viand —in your refrig- ^ erotor or deep-freeze unit —ready for arty occasion. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main parents. C. W. Aftllck. will return tomor- >w from Memphis where he has ecu for several days. Mrs. J. A. Leech left this reorn- g by plane from Memphis for cw York where she will Join Mrs. W. Afflick for a trip to Europe three months. They will sail Vednesdny on the queen Mary. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch Jr.. of t, Louis. Mo., spent Ihe Easter •cckcnd here as guests of Mr. and Irs. D. A. Lynch Sr., and family. Mrs. R. P. WhiUclngton and hlldren, Mary Paul and Dick, re- urncd yesterday afternoon to their tome In Greenville, Miss., after a Isit here with her parents, Mr. ,nd Mrs. V. G. Holland. Mr. and 'frs. Holland rnet them Thursday n Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft Terry had . their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith of Little Rock, ft'ho returned home yesterday afternoon. Mr. Smith formerly lived In Blythcville. Miss Emily Wlxson of Memphis, >pent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mr.s. R. A. Wixson and 'nmily at Burdcttc. Bill Bracey returned this morning o University of Arkansas, Fayctte- /ille, after spending the Easter veekend with his piucnts, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bracey, 1010 Chlckasaw- Mr. and Mrs. Chris Tompklnn nnd Mrs. J. F. Tompkins al Durdctte BURDETTE. 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