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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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rotnt BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1949 • Amelia Saliba, Society Editor Phone 1101 Miss Whitworth 'Becomes Bride Of Mildred Bunch ; Miss Katherine Eutopia Whit'.worth, daughter oC Mrs. Juntos '.William WhiU'orth and Ihe late Mr, Whitworth. became the hride of Hildred George Bunch, .son ot Mrs. George Bunch and the late WHO TODAY " — Miss Katherine Kulopia W It it worth, dan g liter of M rs. Ja mes William WliiU worth and the late Mr. \Vhil- wortli of Bly- Mr. Bunch, this morning at o'clock. Vows were exchanged at the Jirst Melh'odisl Church with the 9 r t h e v i 1 1 c, he- fame the bride of Hildreri ceremony being solemnized by the George Bunch, Rev. Roy I. Bagley. pastor, in tlie son of .Mrs. of large number of ! George Hunch four branched j and the late •• presence guests. '; Candlelight from -Til'ougUt candelabra intermingled j M r. Hunch, ill- Viih ravs of earlv morning sun-! ,. p. .. shine added to the beauty n»d! so OI "lyine- sirnplicity of the church decora-1 yillc, in a cere- tions. The white coveted chancel,' , Bearing stately trees of Oregon I mony solemn. huckleberry, made a futinp back- i'/,c(t this moni- iiii;: nt 9 o'clock at tli e F irs I. M e t Ii o d i s t Church. ! ground for the white reed floor baskets of white gladioli and white double column stock. Fern balls at the entrance of the altar with potted palms on either : .slde and white standard urns holding white caladi'Jins completed the netting for the prie dieu. which \ was adorned with white asters and 1 ... „ . i 11 maline bows. ilVll'S. LopclailCl MoslCSS • Family pews were marked with - 7* n ] r\ \ i n . -white satin bows and cascades of j ' O KOOK Llllb and bllCSt • : :"A p P r r o a gVa'm of nuptial music was , M < ml) " s "'"' " 1I , C J" 1 " 1 of thc ; presented by Earl B. Snider, Jr., j »'ythev,lle Rook Club were enter: organist. Included in Mr. Snuier's' Bits of News talnecl by Mrs. R. A, Copeland her home yesterday. Mrs. selections were "Su-eete.st Storv _ „. , , ,, 'Ever Told." "Bridal Son R " by Jen- f Rl |" cs *" s < !lc cluh s ol ">' guest 'fen. and "Beeai.se" by D'Hcardlot. i for tllc »«""<">". • Soft strains of "I Love You Truly"! Mrs. nussell Weil received hifih were heard during the exchange of score and Mrs. Albert Kndcrljn. vows. Traditional wedding marches were used. Mrs. McKaT Matron of Honor : Mrs. Isaac McKay. Jr.. of Steele. • Mo., was the only feminine aften- ' riant. She wore a Capri original go\vn 'in shell pink imported voile. The | ta! vases decorated the other bodice and full skirt were made of rows of tucks. Lace in the same 'shade edged the dainty sleeves and .collar. Mrs. McKay carried an ami bouquet of lavender asters tied with ^matching satin streamers. She worn i The Women's Society of chri.s- •a halo of feathered lavender asters i tian Sr-ivice o( the Gosnell Mctlio- rooko, during the games. Colorful red zinnins and Greenery centered the dining table from which a .salad plate and fruit punch were served by the hostrss. Gold colored flowers in tall crys- tcrlaining rooms of the home. Regular Meeting Held By Methodist W.S.CS. Joc Max ShcUoti Honored Willi Birlhclay Dinner Mrs. Joe Max Sliclton entertained a number of friends and relative:-- .Sunday with a birthday dinner lor Mr Shclton at their home al the Veterans Housing Quarters. Gursts attending were Mr, anil Mrv Jitmrs McCnuy mid family of j Hayii. Mo., Miss Com Chikius, Mr. :mri Mrs. Earnest JvlcCrary and fiitnilv. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester of Holland. Mn. The nfternutm was spent informally by tiir guests. Mrs. Frctl Bean and daughters, DorLs, Martha Ann and Linda and Ann Brigh^ are in Biloxi, Miis.. for a ten-day vacation. They are staying at the Huena Vista hole). The Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Brown arc In Memphis today to be with Mr and Mr.s, Tom W. Jackson when the latter will undergo a throat operation at Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Human and riaiiRJiler, Marilyn Sue. left, this morning for a 10-day vacation to be spent in Knoxvilie, Tenn., and points of interest irt the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. They were r.' 1 com ponied by MLS. Human's mother Mrs. Emma Huddlesion of Ondda, Term., who is rclurnins ^ her home following a visit of two week' here with her daughter and larnily. Mrs. J.D. McDowcn has returned from a month's visit with relatives in Mjinclinin. La. She was me t In Memphis by her son, John McDowell and fainny. who motored her home. Walter Rf.sentluU i.s spending this \v«rk in St. Louis, Mo. where hr- Ls attending a convention Before vc- turnin?! hojnc he will so to Cincinnati. O.. to be the aucst ol his brother. Kin's Rosontnal and Mrs, TtwonUwl. He plans lo return to BlMheville tomorrow morninz- Mr and Mrs. Ellis Sim-i* and .•sou, Tippy « l( Jachfion. Mist-., arc spetiHinr several davs hfrf us «ncsls of Mrs. Snipes mother, Mrs. H. II. ClT-mber. 1 -. Mr.=. - T :»mes n. Mead ami dauqh- lors. Martha Rose and Mary Mar- ::artM 'vll! return Sundfl Wesleyan Guild Meets With Mrs. Jim Syket The Promi»ed Land Weileytn Guild met at the home of Mn. Jim Sylces. fourteen member* and 10 visitors were present. A surprise shower for Mrs. Syktt highlighted the meeting. Refreshments were served gy the hostess during the social hour. The next mrctitij of the chapter »'IH be held at the home ot Mrs. Felix Hill of promised Land. rtist Church met yesterday the Mrs ».J. C. Davis, president, presided at the nieetini;. rhiring which time jjht discussed offices not filled and the diilies of each officer. Books received from the North Arkansas Conference wa-s presented each member. Mrs. Marvin Rast was In larvin Rast was In rharuc ' it t • , , D ... of the program which opened with , r * ew Lrberfy Baptists the singing of a hymn. Those as- End Revival Meetinqs slstinc on the program and their ' subjects were: Mrs. Harold Mrcllin. ron Nation" .and matching ribbon loops. , The bride, given in marriage by iher uncle, J. W. Rayder, chose a ;gown of tisstle faille, banded hi iChantilly lace. The lace extender! down the shoulder and into the • short sleeves. The pencil line skirt showed * bustle effect in the back with * panel forming the full back drape. She wore a crownless white ^crepe hat trimmed with soft folds of crushed Illusion. Clusters of riearlized orange blossoms enhanced 'the back. . The bridal bouquet featured a ^•hite prayer book on which rested f » purple throated i¥liite orchid nested In a fluff of imported ma•lint. Butterfly gardenias complemented the arrangement from 'which fell a shower of tuberoses and satin streamers. Starling Bunch server! Hie groom as best man. Ushers were Dyron E. Moore and Jack C. Owen. Mrs. Whitworth. mother of the bride, wore a navy blue dress with a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. Bunch, mother of the bridegroom, chose a prey blue dress also complemented with a gardenia corsage, • Immediately after the ceremony, the couple left for a wedding trip. The bride wore a melon suit, with her bridal orchid pinnetl at her shoulder, for traveling. Mr. and i their monthly business and social Mrs. Bunch will make their home meeting in Blytheville. Mrs. Paris!) Hostess To Demonstration Club The Armore! Home Demonstration Cluh iiirt yesterday in the home of the president. Mrs. Harvey Pans]: Mis. John Maye.s acted as cn-hr>Me-s to the sroup. A covered dish luncheon '.vas ser- cliurch with nine members attend- i V0tl ^ noon ' I'WMliiig the business SC-S Members answered to roll call by tiamiiuz [hzer favorite flower. The [lsHotion.il. taken from First John. was conducted by Mrs, Hen Germany. The Lord's Prayer was re- [K'.-uerl in unisiod at the close of I ;lio mr-ecing. for a weeks Mead's rno.lh- PI-. M'.s. C. G. Henderson in Joplin. Mo Mrs. Henderson will ni'Uor them home and spend several days here as jucst of her son and family. Mis.*c« Betty and B.ivbara Graves are viiiliur; this week in Osceola as auests o',' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grave* and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ap- plebaiim. They will return home over ihe wrekcncl. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bennett nave is their ("liesl-s Mr. anrt Mrs. Buford Bennett and son. Charles Ray ot St. LouLs. Mo. They plan lo be here for several days. Cpl James H. Anderson of Bly- thcvtlle served as Honor C.'.'ard in a repatriation mission to return to next, of kin in Ireland ten Amerl- can Promised Land have as their gutits, Mr. and Mrs. Camden Maston and children, Harold, Earl and Nancy, who are I'isiting from Miles, Mich. Mr. Maston's mother. Mrs. Merle Maston, has also been a guest ol Mr. and Mrs. Matthews. She returned Jo her home this morning Mr. and Mrs. Vict.r Bray ot Highland, 111., were the guests today of Mrs. J. H. Elkins. Mr. and Mrs. Bray formerly made their home in Blytheville and are enronte to Memphis where they will visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Kiuney. Jor- mcr residents of this city who are now living in Hughes, recently visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cookston VIr. and Mis. Kinney were enronte to Toledo. Ohio, -when they stop- lied here, Mrs Gcraldine Green, Mrs. Nora Spradley and Miss Jean Sarber were in Memphis Wednesday where they attended the MOAT nerfonn- ancc of "Gypsy Love." Mrs Kendall Berry and her sister Mrs. Myrtle Pearson ol Manila an sjKndmg today In Memphis where Mrs. Pearson will consult her sprcialist, Mrs E. A. Goodrich was admitted 10 the Baptist Hospital in Memphis yesterday afternoon and underwent operation there this morning. Her daughters. Miss Vera Goodrich .ind Mrs. John Thomas accompanied by Mrs Ross Stevens went to Memphis to be with her. Mr and Mrs J. W. Tarin o! San Antonio. Trx.. are the parents of a son bor:> last night a l a hospital in San Antonio. He has not yet been named Mrs. Tarin is the former Miss Vcnel 1 . Cole of Blytheville. Hose-i McDanie! of Jonesboro, former Mississippi County Sanitarian, and Mrs. McDaniel visited in Blythevllc yesterday. Wl, THE WOMEN •r ftntk MIU.it, NEA SUM Writ* Men Who Put Off Marriage May Wind Up Regretting It Perhaps the men are learning what girls have always known. That If you pul oCI marriage too long—the cream of the crop has lre«dy been skimmed off when you get around to looking Cor a mate. Here's a letter from a man who figures that is just exaclty what he has done. "I made the mistake of going to college Cor eight years and sectir- two degrees. Then I served i period in the army before looking around (or a wife. "Then I found the cream hart all been picked oCf. I am 29 years old, an average-looking fellow, neither fat or lean, neither rich cr poor. But to the girls of 19 and .'0 I am too old. "If I had it to do over I would marry one of the cute ones I know at 18 and let her work while I went to college." That's exactly what a tot of young men of his generation have done. Married young and let their wives work while they eithci finished their educations or eot A start in a business or profession. And maybe they were pretty smart at that. They got the "creom oc the crop 11 —at least in their op- nion—for they pot first choice oC the girls ther own age. And now many of them have safely weathered the lean years and are setting down to rearing Camilics. This, of course. Is a farily recent problem Cor men. it used to be that a man waited to marry until h; could support a wife—and then usually married, a girl considerably younger than himself. Now that many young men aren't wives (without'their he I pi the young man who does wait may feel left out in the cold. That, of course, is exactly tlw reason so many girls are willing to marry a man before he has completed his education or made a start In the world. They see other girls marrying young and they figure that thev'd better grab a husband before the best ones are all taken. Now, it seems, nen m«y be facing the same problem. And apparently they'll have to meet It in tile sume. way. Phtbian Class Officers Meet With Mrs. King Officers of the Pheblan Sunday School Class of, the first Baptist Church met last night for a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Fletcher King. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Theodore Logan, teacher. Business was discussed and committees appointed for the year book and to select officers. Refreshments were served uy the baby. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Ray Beard, city. Mrs Harold Dennis and Cootcr Mo. G. D. Estes, Manila. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. W. A. Burris. Manila. Mrs. A. E. Newton and baby, Mrs E. A. Goodrich, city. Mrs. Earl Tinley and baby, rulhersville. Mo. Mrs. D. L. Ford, Cai uthersville. Palis fashion Show* reaten*** by Walkout Ot 14,000 Seamstresses PARIS, July 2». (ie>— The world famous fall fashion showings by the dressmakers of Paris were threatened today by ? walkout of 14,000 seamstresses. The shows a scheduled to begin next week. The effect a complete work stoppage might have was uncertain. While many designers said their autumn models are ready'and that they could go ahead with their showings, it was understood some , dressmakers might have to cancel their shows. There normally,j^^v- erish la.st-niinnle activity h^;lie. , shops, with final alterations and fittings. The seamstresses asked wage raises to bring levels up to 40 cents an hour tor skilled tailors. The employers say this would be a 30 per cent Increase. Ma. Mrs. J. B. Stailbs, Veterans Housing Quarters. PIANO $ TUNING Our special get-acquuiiiled nfTcj for the next [wo weeks All u'or.. Is guaranteed. GERALD W. FOGLE Blylhevillc's New I'iani) and Serviceman. Ky Phone 3448 WATCH For the Grand Opening ot* GRABER'S Completely Remodeled Store on or About August 15th lidit marks the close of the i] meeting of the Neiv Liberty I re Hill "Generil Assembly'' Mr-' i B " inisl Clu ' rch ' ' ni(- '' cv ' val - *'llich ii^L^r^rs^isjis SE r « c . -^r r^[ Baptist Chun-]:. Blytlieville. 1ms ?cen the addition of 35 new church membr-r.s. Carol F:\ans lias been ir of sinaim. Regular services will \x belli Sunday.nmrninc with the Rev. Rus- srll -tWiCcr in charitr. An expected 30 pr-rsnus will be bnpti/cd at the close of the evening service. Council" and Mrs. Curtis Bright, " Y ™' and the United Nations." A j piano -solo was pre.srnteri by Mrs. j Hall at the cla^e of the prosraiu. I FoHosvina the di.smi=.^al prayer by Mrs. Ra^t, refreshments • were served. World War II dead. He has been in France since June 1(147 and is the son of Robert L- Anderson of Manila. Recruit Marion Potter of Blythe- I vilte. son of J. W. Potter, lias been } assigned to the 2-Hh Infantry Divi- : Moil's headquarters company on Kyushu. Japan. ; Willie J. Jenkins. Jr. son of Mr i and Mrs. W J. Jenkins. Sr.. of Clear Lake, is serving with the Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron 11 based at San Diego. Calif., he is an airman in the United States Navy. Miss June Stires has returlU'l to her home due to illness, after a ,,-ven weeks stay as counsellor at charge cainp Ouchiui in Thornbnrg, Ark. Calvary Baptist Class Holds Monthly Meeting The Doreus Suiuiiiv School Class of Calvary Baptist Church met In.st night in the home of Mrs, Ellen Conlny of Hcrmondale. Mo., for Avalon Bunco Club Meets With Mrs. Speck ' Mrs. Clyde Eld ridge' was pnest \vith members ot the Avnlon Bunco Club yesterday at the home ol Mrs. Norman Speck. Summer flowers arranged in crystal vases decorated the home, Tn the game?. Mrs. Klrlriage rc . j DIIMIICSS ceived hisih score with low fining to Mrs. Paul Mahon. Mrs- John CImi5r won bunco. Mr.«. Speck served her ^nost-^ rr- frcfOiinents of a salad' com=c and iced drinks. Ml«i Inez TFo iiRon was annst with 12 members for the meeting which opened with prayer by Mrs. Hubert Polserove. prcsidonl. Mr.«. Edward Smith brought the devotional which was based on "Envy and Jealousy." Diii'int? the business srwioti. the clEi55 discussed the election of officers for the rotnins year. Herman May dismissed the nipptiiip with prayer. Mrs. Ctmlev. assisted by Mi.s5 Hen so a, art in? a.s ro-hostc-ss ."•-?rvc<1 refreshments in members of (he group during the social hour which followed. Hirohito Is Grandfather TOKYO. 30— I/Pi- Kmpcror Hiroliito and Empress Nasako today became grandparents ror the stcond time. Their Prinrrss eldest ri.iusjluor, former Tern. E.IVC birth to her 50coiHi son. Prijicess Teru i.s now plain Mrs. llignshiknni. Mrs. Hmson Hosier To Thursday Rook Club Mi5. Harold Hinson was hostess yesterday uhen slie euterxaineri the Thursday Rook Club members at her home. During the afternoon Dailies. hiRh score went to Mvs. Hiiison second lo Mrs. T. W. Goforlli anrt Mr.s- Elmer Norman, rooko. Mixed floucrs decoratrri the entertaining rooms of the home.. The hostess served refreshment? of a salad plate and iced drinks. Radio Repair YOU'VE GOf A D/UE TO "MEBT GORUSS t leeptrt. MOUCKT TO YOU fr ARK-MO TOWER CO. Al! work done by a liccriM'd Radio-Telephone expcrl — Kvery job euarnntced. Why >ay more for less? Piano Tuning Done ivilh the farmms "Slrolioscopc" — Exclusive lo Ibis area. Why lake Ics? than iicrfocl dining when (he licsl is available? Sheet Music - Records Supplies-Repairs PIANOS New and Used verythins In Music BROOKS Music Store 07 E. 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