The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1951 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 24, 1951
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) CpuniEK NEWS c 1991 Bocietu, J\/ew£ Shelton, Society Editor § Phone 4461 Miss" Hook Is Married In Church Ceremony Miss Sarah Adell« Hook, daughter of MM. John Hugh Hook of Osceola, became the brjtie of Horace E. Moore, Jr., of Corona and Memphis Saturday afternoon hi a ceremony performed at the First Presbyterian Church in Osceola Mr. Moore is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Horace E. Moore, of Memphis. The Re;-. Robert S. Hough ot ihe Firs; Presbyterian Church of Memphis officiated at the 4:30 service and the program of nuptial music was given by Mrs. Donald Wem, organist, and Jo Ann Lancy, vocalist. White cathedral tapers burned it) wrought Iron candelabra set across the background of southern simlax and woodwardia fern which was studded with white blooms. I Miss Elizabeth Moore, sister of i the bridegroom was maid of honor. ; Matrons of honor were Mrs. E, A. Hook, Jr./ of Memphis and Mrs, J H. Hook, Jr. oJ Osceola. Miss Agnes \vnrd of Osceola and Miss Betty Ann Whit worth of Memphis w&re bridesmaids. Mary and Martha DiHiard of Osceola were junior < bridesmaids. T h e y wore formal: gowns of lime green taffeta fash- \ ioned with snug bodices and sweet- '• heart necklines. They chose bonnets of matching taffeta and carrier! arm bouquets of green and bronze chrysanthemums. Given In marriage by her twin brother, Capt. Edward Adalr Hook, the bride wore a gown of magnnllrX satin styled with a yoke of Illusion fitted in a snug bodice. Poised over hoops, the full skirt swept Into a cathedral train nnd she wore a full length veil of French Illusion caught to a'shirred bonnet. Her only ornament WM pearls belonging to her paternal grandmother. She also carried her mother's wedding handkerchief. Her bridal flowers were valley lilies and ,whiteo orchids. Becky Qulnn auri Susan Mattock of Osceola were flower girls, They were dressed Identical to other feminine attendants and carried baskets , o f chrysanthemum pela!*. Franklin Sanders also of OsceoJa wag rlngbearer. Snm Moore of Memphis served as best'man. Groomsmen were Capt. Robert N. Johnson of Blytheville, Walker Stockley, Harry Prest and Lt. Robert P. Armlstead of Memphis •nd John H. Hook, Jr.. of Osceola, For her daughter's marriage, Mrs, Hook chose a gown of gray chiffon worn with accessories of. blue and an orchid corsage. Mother of the groom, Mrs. Moore selected a blue ]ace gown with black accessories und a Rnrdenia corsage. _ The home of the bride's mother WILS the setting for a reception for 200 guests Immediately following. The tiered werlding cake was wreathed in gardenias and fern nnd arranged on a tang-table overlaid with an imported cloth. • The couple left, later In the evening on a southern wedding trip and upon their return will be at home at Corona Farms. For traveling, the bride chose a beige sillc taffeta suit with a hat of blue velour touched in coral. Reception Honors Faculty, Families at Parsonage Approximately 50 faculty members of the Blythcvllle School System and their families, who are members of the First Methodist Church attended the reception yesterday afternoon at the home of the . church pastor, (he Rev. Roy I. Bagley. As the guests arrived they were greeted by the Rev. and Mrs. Bagley, Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Scott. Mr. "nnd Mrs. Harvey Morris and Miss Sue Osmcnt. A rose and white color combination had been chosen to predominate in the decorations of the entertaining rooms in which the guests ••.sere received. Party foods and Iced drinks were served from 3 till 5 from the lace- bid relrcshincnl table which held as Us central design, Ivory vV.uUoU interspersed with rose Inrelon. GIKL SCOUT DIKKCTOK-MLSS AUyce Nelson, former Bfylheville resident, has been named Director of Girl Scouting of Region 5, it was announced today. Region S Includes I/iuLs-.laiia, Arkansas, Mis- .sis.slppl, Tennessee and Alabama. Miss Nelson, who has been a community advisor In the Girl Scout region covering Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma will take office immediately in Memphis. She will woik with the staff In helping Local Girl Scout, councils, and i r oops with organization, adult training, camping, fund raising anrt development of programs. She v,as formerly director of Girl Scouting in Little Rock. Bits ol News 1 Mr. and Mrs, W, O. Anderson and Rranddauifhler, Jan Devcraux, W. O. Anderson, Jr., and Miss Allene Loveless spent yesterday In Memphis where they attended the Mid- Smilh lair. They were Joined there it the day by Mr. am Mrs. James Bell and son of SvullKarl atitl Mr. jnd Mrs. Harold Anderson and son. Harold, Jr.. of Mntianna. Union Conducts Program Meeting Th« Woman's Missionary Union of the Number Nine Church yesterday afternoon convened for the "Dixie Jackson program and Season of Prayer for State Miss ioi\s " led by Mrs. R n y mon d Whittle. Mrs. Clinic Johnson, Mrs. M. L. Hart, Mrs, Carl Webster, Mrs, Whittle. Mrs. Gene Schuitz and Mrs. [ Horace Caldwcll were program par| tlclpnnts. • A devotional by Mrs. Frank Coats anrt prayer by Mrs, Johnson preceded the ottering token for mission work, A picnic supper for the Union followed at the Schultz home. Family Reunion At Wyatt Home reunion for 27 members of (he [ Mrs, Jim Fowler anrt Mrt. Troy j \vyatl and Seymore families Mayo left last night for Fort Worth, Tex., to visit. Mrs, Fowler's son, Set. John Fowler, who Is stationed nl Cai.swell Air Force JSase. They will' also visit Mr. and Mrs. Carthal Fouler of llillsboro, Tex., before returning home. was the held yesterday afternoon at home of Mrs. Oracy Wyntt. Luncheon was served the guests! after which tile remainder of the I nUemoon was spent in visiting and Informal entertainment. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. n. C. Allen will return to- M, S on s Wyatt ^,,,1 SO !is of Jones- i night train Nashville where siie has i>o r0i jvi r . a ,j ( i M rs . Ralph Wri-tht i spent the weekend with her son, R j O j Bragg City. Mo., and Mr. nnd C. All-n. who is a student at Van-1 Mrs. Illll Seymore of Kansas City, L dei-hllt. t Missouri. Dana Gipson of St. Louis spent; the weekend In niylheville with vvoodson, who will be in Memphis Mrs. Olpson. who Is" spending several weeks here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alford. Mr. Clipion Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Beta Chi Class of First F'lc.slry-' terlan Church has social at the J. E. Baasley home, I21T Chtckasaw-] 8 p.m was en route to St. Louis from New York where he had attended spring fashion show. Mr. GlHson Is a fashion buyer (or a St. Louis store. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Arnold left today for their home In Walnut Ridge after having been the w'eekcnd guests of Mr. Arnold's brother. Loy L. Arnold and faintly. Mr. Arnold's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Arnold ,if Russellvtlle who were nlso weekend visitors days longer, J;mies Cecil to meet their daughter, will also be J accompanied to Blylhcville by Mrs.jj John F.d douse, who will arrive by 1 plane from her home In Griffin. | Ga. Mrs. Clause will be the house- I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evrard.s Miss Virginia IJowen of Cardwell .was the weekend guest of her mother. Mis. Howard Buwen and sister. Miss Evelyn Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. .Russell Till nnd family Eeft this morning for their home In Tupelo. Miss., after having i been the weekend guests of Mr. are remaining several .and Mrs. Ralph Vaughan. j Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Garner At TKe Hocpkalf rxunlmd: Jtck Adims, Tomato Evelyn Anderson, City Will. Ho>pll»l Dismissed: Mrs. Sam Tillman, Jr., Tomato Plena Bailey, City Betty Suttpn, Rt. 3 Wanda Ijet Storey, Mountain View Richard Lambert, city Mrs. Kennetha Hall, Tupelo, Miss. Mrs. Ralph Punderburk and baby, Steel* Mrs. Earltne Knight and baby, lit. 3 Mrs. Allene Reams and baby. City King George in 'Good Spirits' After Major Lting Operation five doctors who had spent the night LONDON, Sept. 24. (AP)— George VI was reported in good spirits today and confident of recovery from a major lung operation. A palace spokesman said Queen Elizabeth spent the morning with her husband, .but that no other members of the royal family have been permitted to see him The spokesman wa^ much more cheery than an eafller medical bulletin which merely reported thai the King's condition was "as satisfactory as can be expected," He told a reporter: ''The King Is In good spirits, as Hormonti for Trees KUALA LUMPUR W'*—Hormone treatment may give a bis boost to the production of latex in the Federation of Malaya. Producers claim that commercial j production o( a recently discovered i stimulant would increase the yield j of latex from rubber trees by 20 per cent annually. The stimulant U said to be a: combination of plant hormones iti an oil base. Although new to the rubber industry, plant, hormones mnv have numerous uses In other br.:i'iches of agriculture. Including the preservation' of potatoes in storage, rooting of cuttings and the prevention of the early fall of fruit. at the King's bedside. Duke Arrives The Duke of Windsor left h!« American-born duchess In Paris. She has never been accepted by the royal family. The Duke, looking bronzed 1 and fit, was grave-faced and silent as he stepped from the Paris train at Victoria Station. • Asked by reporters how long t£k Intended to stay, he lifted his hands' In a gesture indicating he did not far as one can be after an operation like this. He seems confident of his recovery. Quren With Him ''The Queen has been with him this morning." A morning medical bulletin said the King "has had a restful night." Anxious Britons, who bad prayed for the safety of their beloved ^ monarch, sot no Indication of the! King's exact condition in his bat-1 tie against the after-effects of the surgery. 1 The nnnouncement was signed oy j xvant lo be questioned. Queen Mary was waiting for him at Maryborough House when he arrived there in a royal car to ]o]n the family vigil. A few persons out-side recognized their former King and cheered him. Lowe, II, left this morning for Washington University, Lake Street Methodist Circle j gt< LoU | Sp f or n | a Junior year. meet—Circle One at the church at 7:30 p.m. Circle Two at tha church aV 2:30. Tursd:ty Alpha Delia Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has 8 p.m. dessert-canasta at Rustic 'Inn, with Mrs. R. H. Wntson hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Seymore ol Kansns City. Mo., we're the weekend o! Mrs. W. G. Seymorc. Mr. and Mrs. W. O, Reeves anrt grandson, Mike Dodrt spent the weekend In Humboldt, Tenn., as gucsls of Mr. Reeves' parents, Mr. Mrs. J. J. Reeves. of Greenwood, MEss,, were the weekend guests of Mrs. Garner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little and brother, Tom Little and Mrs. Little. By SUP Burnett Here is a well tailored frock lor laytime wear that's so new and mart looking. Sparkling white ac- :ents the front closing and trims the pocket. Ami try some bright novelty buttons. I Pattern No. 8622 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in si/.es 14, IS, 18. 20; -10. 42. 44. Size 16, short sleeve. 4\ yards of 119-inch; U yard contrast. For tills pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and trie PATTERN NUM- Mrs. H. N. Whttls entertaining i M rs> M. While and Mrs. Ben Trl-Town Club. j White returned PrWay from Atlan- Country Club Duplicate Bridge ta. On., were they had motored Mrs. League playing at 7:15. Wednesday Mrs. Charles C, LangsUm hostess to Club Eight. CIB N plays bridge at the home o( Mrs, Robert L Thompson. Chicktisnw Chapter of Delphian Society has 11 a.m. luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble. City Council of PTA has 10 a.m. meeting at- First Christian Church for installation of officers. Thursday Mrs. W. B. Mayo entertaining Thursday Rook Club, Duplicate Bridge League meeU at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. W. J. Cnpples hostess to TLE Club. Kibitzer Club plays at the home of Mrs. Johnny While, Mrs. J. C. EIlLs, Jr., entertaining OEO Club. Day of Prayer HeldbyWMU Mrs. W. E. Edtnotid5on was hostess at her Armorcl borne Friday for the "Day of Prayer for Slate Missions" program, "Possessing or Possessions," was given for members of the Womens Missionary Union Participating In the morning session were Mrs, Weldon McCnnn, Mrs. Edmondson, Mrs. C. C. Elliott and Mrs. N. C. Patterson. Luncheon was served and the afternoon portion opened with a de- i tor, Myra votional toy Mrs. Ira Dickson, with [ cinlly for Jessc M. White's son. John Charles White, who enrolled as a freshman r,t Georgia Tech. Mr. White has seen selected a member of the college band. En route home they visited In Warm Springs, Chattanooga and other points. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sands of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mrs. Sands' sister, Mrs. J. I-.- 1 Ouhn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sands came especially for tile Saturday marriage of Miss Sarah Adelle Hook and Horace E. Moore Jr., solemnized in Osreola. S/Sgt. Rudolph Vrsfca will leave tonight for Smyrna Air Force Base, Tenn., allcr having spent several days here with Mrs. Vrska and family. Sgl. Vrska.. who has recently relumed from Korea, will receive his discharge Oct. 2. Mrs. PaurMahon and Mrs. James N!crsthcimer~.were in Hornersvllle. Mo., yesterday afternoon where they attended the funeral services of Mrs. J. F. Droke. Mrs. Harry A. Kaines anrt daughter, Elizabeth Shnford. left yesterday for Hickory. N. C.. to visit Mrs. Hatnes' parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Air Conditioned/by Refrigeration After removing It from your washer, spin-dry It, or run it through wringer, taking care to feed it .nto the wringer straight and even- BER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Qulncy Street .Chicago 6, III. Send 25 cents today for the Pall and Winter FASHION. 48 pages of smart, easy to sew styles; interest- Ing feature.*: fashion news. Gift patterns printed Inside the book. 1}. The next step is drying. This .^boxilii be done in the shade, with the rug tossed over two lines, not one. When it's almost dry. brush up the nap, or shake it until It's fluffy. Ask Your Grocer for B&B SAUSAGE Pure Whole Hoi Sausage Seasoned Just Right! A BLVTHEVILLE PRODUCT SHEET METAL WORKS -. OF ALL KINDS CUB torn work for gins, alfalfa mills, oil mills. Custom Shearing up to '/t inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway Phont 26SI BERRY'S Ladies Toggery Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone B998 Box Office Opens al 1:45—Show Siarls 2:00 I'.M.. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Shnford. Mrs, Haincs and daughter left Memphis by plane. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wallace and sons, Randy nnd Brent of I-each- vllle, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace and Mr and Mrs. W. E. Wallace and son, Gene, spent yesterday In West Memphis as guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. F. Wilson and daugh- Jane. They went espe- clinner parry ^^^ Make the RITZ Your Entertainment Headquarters: NO MOSQUITOES NO BUGS Mrs. Arch Beard and Mrs. W. O. Mrs. Wilson to celebrate" tli'e birth"-1 Anderson taking part. Prayer by | t ]ay of her mother, Mrs. C. H. Wai- | Mrs Edmondson closed the session. ]!„«. -me group later attended the Mid-South Fntr in Memphis. I Miss Betty Lnyson of Memphis was the weekend of her par- j ents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Layson. j Mr.s. A. L. Gray of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bolen of Dell and Masterpoinr Game Played by Leaque Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. W. D. Chamblin anrt Mr. and Mrs. Marc( Ml '*- Jimmy Moore and daughter. Ford lied for fiisl place honors i I-ucy B. Moore, ol Memphis were: Saturday afternoon in the -,ix table ! Sunday guests of Mrs. J. M. Ross { masterpolnt same played by the played Duplicate Bridge League. Tieing for second placp In (he hl- weekly game played ai Hotel Noble wore Mr. aiiti Mrs. Jim Rolr=on and and family. Mrs. John S. Hudson and daughter. 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