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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 15, 1949
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PACT FOUR BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1949 Society f Bits of News Phone 4461 Bridal Traditions Carried Out In Wedding Of Julia Ann Woodson to Major John Hudson Jr. Wearing the traditional "something old and something new" with her ivory satin wedding dress, Miss Julia Ann Woodson Saturday became tlie bride of Major John Samuel Hudson Jr. of New Kern, N. C., and Macon, Ga. The Rev. B.C. Brown. ;rastnr of the First Baptist Church, where the ceremony occurred, united the couple before many friends and well-wishers at five p.m. The bride's aisles. Illuminated on each side by candles tied with white satin bows and entwined with white flowers and huckleberry, led to the faille-covered prle dieu set on a white platform benenlh triple satin-wrapped arches. Garlanded lightly with feni, the three arcs formed the background for the wedding scene. A huge tiow of white roping hung from the largest and central arch, from which rich tassels fell. Each small arch win iUled with a spreading palm frond, with other palms at each end of the chancel, where a row of tall white tapers burned throughout the ceremory. I At the peaks formed between tlie arches stood a pair of candelabra. Directly beneath these candelabra, but on the lo-.vcst level beside the platform, white stock and gladioli were arranged abundantly in white wrouehl iron stands, tied with white ' satin'bows Two pairs of Swedish wrought iron candelabra held the candles lighted by Misses Rosemnry Johnson and Jo Ann Edrinston of Warren, Ark. The platform where tlie wedding party stood for the pledging of vows was railed with loops of white roping from posts at either side of the front, fiom which single tassels Hung, to the back corners and then to the center of the platform in the rear, where another bow cauglil the loop. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Murray Smart organist, and Miss Mary Ann Parks vocalist. Preceding the ceremony Mrs smart played "Sandringham Wedding Prelude," Diggle; "The Last Spring." Qrieg: "Cantilcne Nupttale." Dvibols and "At Dawning " Cadman. Miss Parks Sing* Mrs. John Samuel Hudson, Jr. colonial bouquet of by rose.*; and bouvurdia, wa.s carried by the bride In a white lace holder outlined by malinct [rills. Butterfly gardenias were tied throughout tlie white streamers of the bouquet. Donald McBride Hudson of Pol-, locksville. N. C., .served as his brother's best man. Ushers were Dr. white C.. and the cers ol Maj Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Uerryman Dell Boy Scouts A Birthday to Remember— Honor Fathers With Banquet Dell fathers and their Boy Scout sons met Thursday night at the Dell high school cafeteria for a banquet prepared and served by the mothers of the troop. Guests nd son Bill, are in Hardy (or a days. They ware> accompanied, from y another son, Bob Berryman und muil n,, Irs. Berryniaa of Sikeston, Mo. i - A £,' Mr. and Mrs. Pain Grccnwell] pent the weekend In Memphis us uests of their sou and family, Mr. He included committeemen the com- whicli sponsors the troop. Caldwcll was toastmasler. recognized scoutmaster Udell and Mrs. Joe Uonnld Giecuwcll. Vhile there they also attended the MOAT production. "The Choco- ale Soldier." Mr. ami Mrs. U. S. Branson have 1S their weekend guests tluMr daugh- er, Mrs. Walter Heard, Mr. Heard I duccd ml three daughters, of Newport.! mother daughter. Mrs. Henry Dais and Mr. Davis of Newport, arc [ Newsotn for his work with the troop since its origin less than a year :>t'o. Committeemen introduced included John Stevens Jr.. Noble Gill and Kussell Gill. Assistant scoutmast Merrill Osborne were also Intro„ E1 «'>'n Caldwcll, senior patrol ^. -ported on the scout camp Hardy, where 21 Dell Scouts went "'• '- «" e ir annual vaca- Ice Cream/ Cake and Wheelchair lnvts. Mr. and Mrs. Davis, Mrs. D'lvis -met Mrs C B. Woods Jr.. are m an outing to Horseshoe Lake tot • few days now. 1 Mr. ami Mrs. W. P. Million spent he weekend In Hahn, Mo., with •elatlves. including her sister. Mrs. jester riiiilcy. Mr. Bailey and three of Haylt. Mo., who ac- i Tie program was concluded with j Bi'oup singing and musical numbers "* Scouls «"" «« members of the Dorothy Wlllingham got a* very special gift for her eleventh birthday today. For the first time since she was stricken with polio June 24, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' H. P. Willlngham. 529 N. Sixth, was allowed to leave her bed for a short stroll in a wheelchair. The traditional birthday cake and Ice cream were in order for such an occasion, but the usual party this year was limited to four little girls who share her hospital room, parents. Her friends in Blytheville couldn't make it t the "party," but they sent Dorothy Lee. a patient nt the Crippled Children's Convalescent Center in Jacksonville, gifts to help her celebrate her birthday Bccavse Sunday is visiting day the Center, the birthday wn oved up a day early. Hospital re«- atlont also prevented her broths and sisters from helnins Dorhy Lee observe her birthday. her parents and grand- Roses and other summer flowers were nsert to decorate the U-shaped banquet tables. Mrs. Newsom was In cUaruc of the c:m>pimipd them, and Mrs Norman ; serving committee. Assisting her Marsh, Mr. Marsh and daughter ; were Mrs. A. E. Caldwvll. Mrs. O. M. of St. I/nris. I Mitchell. Mrs. Russell Gill. Mrs. Leaving t«d:'>' !'» a week's slay j Doc Wells and Mrs. Austin. Lake Norfolk were Mr. and Mrs following fellow offl Hudson who flew here for the wedding: Col. D. Fred Mnurcr. Cnpt. Harold Bank, Capt. M. L. Farmer, Lt. Morris J. Fazlal- !ah, and Lt J. E. Green, all of Robins Air Force Base. Billy Buone. Todd Harrison and Miss Lcmnlc Jiihnson. Mr. and Mrs H. Harms and Mrs. K. lloscndahl of Petersburg, III.. 1 are guests of I->rs. Carl and Edna Nies. Mrs. T. G Seal and daughter. Miss Sophie Ann Seal of Tenally. | N. J.. arrived yesterday afternoon [ to spend -several days here with Mrs. Geraldine Green and other friends. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. fteciman and .son were licr niece. Mrs. Kelly Baker, sister-in- law. Mrs. Gladys Walker, and ' •. Baker, all of Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and M rs - Alton B. Jaggers sppnl the weekend in Nashville. Tenn. Betsy and Bill Oglcsby arrived Saturday night to visit their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson. They are from Little Rock. Miss Ann Crook of Houston. Tex., the of her mother. ....„ .. . John E. douse. Griffin. Ga., Joe During the exchange of vows Mrs. gvrard. Robert G. McHaney and Smart played "Clalr de Luuc", DC > Dan caldwell. They each wore white Bussy The Tedding party advanced , IO&fs lm boutonnieres. to the altar to the "Bridal Chorus I A ,, avv bhle slu . cr BI . CS5 realur- Irom "Lohengrin,"-Wagner, and tnc ! ing ljcri 0 ( tiny tucks in the skirt. recessional was the March" Irom "Midsummer Nights Dream," Mendelssohn. . Miss Parks sang "All for You. Sertrand-Brown, and "I Love Thee." Dries, before the ceremony began. As a benediction she sane "The Lord's Prayer," Malotte. Mrs Smart was attired In a pink pique formal with BL ring of pale pink asters and crown asters In her hair. Miss Parks' melon dress was complemented at the point of the neckline by a triangular corsage m apple green asters and golden Peruvian lilies tied In a green bow. The candlelighters. using tapers tied with rosettes of while satin, maline. and tuberoses, had wrist corsages of white roses. Maid and honor and only atteiid- iml was the. bride's sister. Miss Betty Woodson. Melon chiffon fashioned with long sleeves falling from the off-shoulder style of the slurred iodlce was worn by the attendant. A shower of lemon yellow Loins , Pernez rose; fell Irom the detach- • able yellow corsage «' ue ""'; her bouquet. Tied with apple gr< en with navy acccisoric-s, was chosen by Mrs Wcortsou for her daughter's wccidins Mrs. Hudson also wore navy in a two-piece with white trim, nild navy accc.s-sorie.s. Each pinned a purple-throated white orchid at her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Woodson and the bridal couple received p. large nutn- ber of guest.s at a reception at the Mrs. Phillips' Houseguest Honoree al Bridge Parly Another social event honoring Mrs. W. Howard Ford of Nashville, Tenn.. occurred last night when Mrs. W. H. and Mrs. Blnn Heath gave a dessert bridge party for her. Mrs. Ford is the niece and houseguest of Mrs. Russell Phillips. Summer flowers in a wide variety i decorated the Heath home where the two tables of bridge guests and two tea gtiests gathered. Prizes went to Mrs. Wallace Mrs. J. E. Crook, and brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes Crook. She arrived this weekend and plans to remain tor a three-week visit. Mrs. J. If- Carter of Ft. Myers, Fla., Is visiting here as the guest of her son and daughter. Dot of town people here for the funeral ol William Key include his sorts. Sam Key of St. Louis, Walter Key fo Steele. their wives and families and willard Key of Stcclr; brothers. George Key of Manila. Jack Key of ^tcCrory and Mrs. Key and family and Arthur •Key of Burton, Mo., Mrs. Mary Brock, his sister 3f Steele. and his (laughter. Mrs. Clayton Kilburn and family of Steele. Rural Club Y/omen Arrange Annual Council Meeting Fotir North Mississippi County home demonstration club members will attend the 21st annual meeting of the Arkansas Council ol Home Demonstration Clubs at th< University of Arkansas campu: Au'Ulst 30 io Sept. 2. Home Demonstration Agent Mrs Gertrude B. Holimnn said toda; that about 350 homcmakers am home agents were expected to at tend the meeting. Mrs, George Bunch, historian fo i the County Council, Mrs. B. 3ugg, county home grounds projec eader, and Mrs. Lee Stiles, count aiming project leader, will accon: lany Mrs. Holiman to tlie meetin; Mrs. Cecil Morgan, president < he council, will preside at the meet ngs, and speakers will include iamllton Doses, president of th Arkansas Economic Council-Sta haniber of Commerce; Edgar . Hodson, of the soil conservatio service. Miss Mary Louise Rye, di: ,rict home demonstration agent, ar Dr. Lewis Webster Jones. Universii of Arkansas president. Mrs. R. C. Harville. business manager of the council, will report on the drive conducted recently to build a girls' 4-1! cooperative house. Country Club following the , Hoke for high score and to Miss cerc ~'; Patty-June navis for second. Mrs. inony. | Fcjrd •.•;»> also presented a gift. A three-tiered white cake topped j An OLil o( tmvn Rll( ,_ sl wns Mrs with wedding bells and surrounded I Henry Davis of Newport, guest of her parcnt.s, Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Branson. Informal Coke Party Honors Miss Wilson Miss Polly Wilson, a lormcr resident here, visited with many her friends Sunday al a coke parts Riven in her honor by Mrs. Anna by a garland ol butterfly gardenias and white gladioli florctlcs in nests of pluir.os-ls, wns the center of attraction on the serving table. Major H'ldson and hi.s briric cut the. first, piece of cake with a knife tied with a satin bow. Travel to North Carolina The two punch bowls at each end of the table were similarly outlined. Presiding at the table were Mrs. John E. Clouse. Griffin. Ga.; and Mrs. Hcnn;ui Mattocks, sister Others assisting included Mrs. H. Hamburger l r iy Honors Engaged Couple Saturday Comin" Events Social Calendar Thursday C and N. Birthday Ch'b and .inilies will ni^et at 1 ivm 'alker Park for a picnic. Mrs. Paul Mahon will be hostes. i Avaton Bv.uco CUib at her ho\ne Mi's I.c-ter Reams will bp hastes, i the Gosncll W.S.C.S at th letlvxl!.«t Church at 2:30 p.m. rlK- 'J'^ursday Root- Club wil i-et with Mrs Leon Sehcrer. Ms Riisreell Wert will entertain he Bij''hevi!le Rook Club. Fridav ML=s Nliloi'ed Ann Short will be- :ome the bride of Billy Joe Gean at 7 at the home of her parents on llearn Mrs. C S. Dowdy will entertain the CDC Club. Young Leaders Among \ Methodists Attend •, Area Training Sessions \ FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Aug. 15.— Koui'teeii young people from Noi'th Arkansas arc among the 3H5 youth between the ages of 15 and 23 attending the Methodist young people's leadership conference In session here this week. All are officers In conference, district or sub-district units of the 'Methodist Youth Fellowship in the North Arkansas Conference. The young people are: Marjorie Hammond and Mary Sandlin, 410 S. East St.. both ot Kayctteville; Ted Blair of Clinton: Put Beck of Fk'rryville; Frank Clemmons of Clarksvillc; Bob Edwards of Blyllicville; Charles J. Fisher of IJecbe: Allan E. Billiard of Conway: Stanley Reed ot Bate.s- ville; Winston Stallinss of Piggott: Dit-kye Louise Thomas of Plainview; Jim Weaver of Prairie Grove: Travis Williams, 1'JOO Madison. Joncs- boro; and Freda Lou Wilson of Greenbrier. While here these young people will study activities of the Metho- I dist Youth Felloivship and the duties of their respective otfices in a ten-day period ol intensive train- ins designed lo (unlicr their development as Christian leaders. Church of Christ Plans Evangelistic Services E.R. Harper, evangelist of Abiline, Tex., win begin a series of services in the Church of. Christ In th 1200 Block on West Main Street in Blytheville Wednesday to continue through August 28. it was announced today. Hayden Mahan of Hnlhnd, Mo.. wil] be Sfing leader for the services. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital nlsiimscd: Mrs. W. A. Williams, Manila. W. A. Robinson. Caruthersville, Mo. Mrs. 'A. J. Azbell and baby, city. Mrs. Glenn Reddlck, Cooter, Mo Jimmie Lee Darnell, Hayti, Mo. Mrs. J. M. St. Clair and baby, Osceola. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Gann. Rt. 3. Mrs. Willa Mae Hammond Steele, Mo. Irene Reed. Osceola. Mrs. Irene Kirk, Caruthersville. Mrs. W. E. Peeler and baby, i Steele. | Mrs. James Pinyon and baby, city. Bonnie Smith, Rt. 2. Baby Dorothy Pitts, Rt. 2. Mrs. L. D. Myer and baby. city. Mrs. W. L. Laster Hayti. Mo. Mrs. Thelma Troup, Huffman. Mrs. Billy Lane and baby. Manila. Baby Neil Mlzell, Osceola. Mrs. E. French, Rt. 3. V CAPITAL MISS - Lovely Crucid Joiuiioij. 17, shows the charms thai captured tor tier the Utle. "Miss Nation's CjpitaJ ot 1949." ai Chesapeake Beach Park, Mu Grade, a model and dancer, touk lop honors Irom 200 other beauties from 18 stales. Her prize is a two-week trip to Miami, B'la R1TZ THIATRf BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Snows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 8:0* a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 pjn LISTEN TO KLON WITH THE HEW INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER ss Wilson, who was child we! j fare consultant for Mlssissipp Cotmty for seven years, recently received an advanced degree fron Tulane University in New Orleans i and was enrovie to St. Louis where; she will be affilialcd with Barnes' Hospital. ! Twelve guests, Including Miss Lu- ' cille While of Memphis, attended j the informal affair. j Read Courier News Want Ads. Revival at Dell Begins A ten-day revival meeting at the DeH Baptist Church opened last night with the Rev. Millard Pratt of Lonoke as conducting minister. Carroll Evans is assisting the Rev. Mr. Pratt with direction ol music. Services are held nightly at the church. l.asl 1'ime I'nday The Great Gatsby Kith Alan I,ad<l and Belt; Field Par.imounl Nrws A Short Continuous Showing Every Da.T Tuesday and Wednesday mm mm GLORIA (MUM Bill MUM fl Short Suhurt Showing Every Day i Mrs. Enclerlin Entertains ^"^••^"•^-ffi c 0 ^™^ rsrs™ -™ S3^ & ^ ?!'^B^= £« ^riTeef ribbon! summed from | Ph.Ui.xs of Birmingham. Ala., and apple green riuooiu. , ^^ j( _ ^^ ^^ B(;tly B];ick th At the^back of her hair Miss I Major and Mrs. Hudson left fol- Wnnrtinn placed a semi-circle ot , lowing the reccptinn for a wedding OTllow roses t»P lo L;lkn Lllrc - N '- C ' For tirivc '' Tiio hrirt» enlered on the arm of t |, lg Mrs. Hudson wore a Marlon Me- I Texas, who attended with F,arl '• llle Uliw. t [ • _..;_:.._, „* i !:..„., rt v,H her lather. El Us B Woodson. Wears Old BracHet Chantillv lace laid over the satin In a dropped-bertha effect .enfolded her shoulders. The double Utle. over a skirt develop..* «n° a long train, was bordered v-.tli matching lace, and at the front ol the very full skirt, orange blousems caught up the satin to reveal more lace over a hoop. . Her fingertip veil was of import- Coy ori?itin! of brown linen nnd , ch? rrppc acceiUed by a i pearl cmbrcklorert cj'cst. She wore with it a white jacket and contrnst- in2 brown acce.^sorio.s, with a green orchid as her shonhler cor.saRe. Aflor September 1 the couple will be at home In Warner Robins. GIL, where he is .sUtioiiE'd :U Hobtn.s Air Other out of toua ciie.sts here tor the wedding included Mrs. S. S. Miss Dorothy Jo Royse bride- elect of Richard T. Mills, and her fiance were complimented Saturday niirht with a hamburger supper i:ivo]i at the W. c. Higginson home on CKickosaw'ba. Miss Dorothy Jean Uigginsrm and ] J un j ol - QA's at Her Home ] Mr .and Mrs. Johnson Blackwell | J A hamburBer „„,„„ al the homc ! were host and hostesses for the | O f n lc ir sponsor entertained ID ': It couples who gathered in honor :members of the Junior Girls' Auxi- of Mfs Rovsc and Mr. Milk. ! 1!ar . v or tlie Mrst na l )lisl Church , [Snturdav nlfilU. They presented ML« Royse with Thc lnwn of Mrs Albn , t E , ldcr . a gift. : lin's home was tlie scene. Games From out of town was Miss Cur-'were directed by Palsy Weaver and men McCormick ol San Antonio, i Gnilya Stllwcll following the meal. The serving table was centered with an arrangement of late summer blossoms in vivid colors. , Slovcr d Er-"lisil illusion ann was cau S Wl .R,, CVMi Mrs. John L. Lewis. Samuel at each'side by an orange blossom , tiara of braided satin which framed her face. The customary Rcovi'.s ami Mrs. J. B. all of L.-"ke Viilaw. John L. Reeves and Capt. and Mrs. F. D. McCalil ot Memphis; Copeland Lances of on ^"~ - 'somc.thiug old" _ ^ was"a Void bracelet on her arm, | ^ W " [SV)U J,. ' Eau ^ Q ; it n , M r . and worn by all the brides named Julia . f Mrs Elnll , r \voodson and Miss for several generations in her mo- ; , hn W ond.>"n, nil of Little Rwk: ther's family. A gold choker. g>tt^ M]s , Harrlrt Washington. Holly of the bridegroom, was here "some- jQ^ne- j\ m ymart, Grcenwoc<l. thing new." Mi=s.: Mi-^s Souia Mattock and Miss A pure white orchid, surrounded Geraldine Phillips, Now Bern. N. Yoor MONTHLY Period? Do female lunc'.Tonal monthly ailments make you feel so ner- TOUS, strangely restless, to tense and wealt R lew days Just bclore yovir period? Then start taking JvydU E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound lo relieve such symptoms! It hM such A soothUig. comforting nntl spasmodic effect on one of woman's most important organs, working through the sympathetic nervous system. rinkliam's Compound rfoi-5 more thnn relievo monthly pain. 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