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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 11, 1949
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' ?AGB BLYTHEVILLB (ARK,y COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, J»n« Shelton, (9 . J. aocietu iclton, Society Editor f Phone 4461 'Eugene Harris Claims Bride In. Ceremony With the' candlelight of stately unite Upers casting » soft glow over trie \ eddtng party, Mrs Modena V»ughn Enochs, Baughter of the la(e Mr. and Mri Johnson A >nochs, Wcame the bride of Eugene Elkins Harris, grandson of Mr and Mrs Jot Elktns ol Btythnllle. last night in a double ring ceremony at Calvary Baptist Church The Rev. P. H, Jernigan officiated • t the 1 pm service L. T> Moore, Jr., presented the program of pre-nuptlal music which Included.the "Serenade Mozkawskl 1 •and . both traditional wedding marches/The Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin bj Wagner and The Wedding March by Mendelssohn Miss Emma Aycock, vocalist, sang "O Thou Sublime Sneet Evening Star," "Because ' by D Hardelot and "Through The Years," by Youman During the e\change of vows soft strains ol "Prajer' by Boellman could be heard Miss Aycock chose • forest green satin dress \\lth an elongated bodice and full gathered skirt, with Tvhtch she wore .black accessories Gardenias were pinned at her shoulder Placed on either side ol the altar were t»o large wicker baskets hold- Ing abundant arrangements of white gladioli, flanking these were massive .seven branched candlebra In which were pl-Ked glowing tapers giiter Is Matron of Honor Preceding the service, the tapers »ere lighted by Mrs Charlie Hart and Miss Tmy Sue Widner Mrs Hart chose i dress of roval blue Romane crepe designed along princess lines with rhinestone clips high, lighting the neckline She wore grev accessories. Miss Widner selected a blue gabardine tno piece, dress maker!'suit with a gold biadded joke. ! She chose black accessories !• In ''• complement Both wore semi-circles of pink asters In their hair. ' • Attending her sister as matron -of'honor and onlv attendant was 'Mrs J. D. Widner who selected a ' Victorian rose ribbed tafteta frock S fashioned with a low neckline and i'» full'side gathered skirt which " was attached to the snug bodice t stte wore black accessories and an arrangement of orchid asters tied - in" slender whit* satin bows " The bride was gowned In a two piece Skinners caramel satin street length drass with the Ion- emphasized bodice highlighted by a stand J up neckline jrtthj.tiny self covered closing (o the._, waist She black accessories and com- er attire with R corsaeje of t Better Times Roses intermingled I with tuberoses set in puffs of frothy f maun?. 1 Durrell Lunsford served as best man with J. D Widner Jim bng land and Herman Maves acting as V ushers'. * -Reception Follows Riles , Immediately following the cere , mony t a reception was held at the ' Widner home where the guesU were < greeted by another sister Mrs Lee Powell, who chose, a grey Romane crepe s frOck on which she pinned SCHOOL TOGS red carnations. The. bride's table was overlaid with » white damask cloth and was centered with the. tiered .wedding cake ,on which Crested : a -minature bride and grooms Completely en circling the cake were florettcs of gladioli and leathery fern In which nestled Huffs of rnaline." Tapers in silver, holders flanked the arrange- ment.with the napkins engraved in silver further ^emphasizing the re ception motif of white and silver Placed throughout the 'home, wen gladioli and assorted flowers. Presiding over the table vvas Mrs Durrell Lnnsford, Mrs. Jim Englanc and Mrs. ^ernian Mays. Each wor hair arrangements of white asters For going away, Mrs. Harris chos a hunter green faille suit witl black accessories. She pinned he wedding corsage at her shoulder. Aften a wedding trip to Nash ville, Tenn.. 'hey will return her to make'; their: at 704 Ash. By Sue Burnett Here's a delightful little pair for chool wear. Your young daughter vill atiore this simple jumper with (•i scalloped trim, the matching drawstring boluse. Both'easy sewing 'or mother. . — , Pattern' No. 8210 Is In sizes 3, t] i 6 7 and 8 years. Size 4, jumper, .54' yards of 35 or 39-Inch; blouse, 1 yard; 1 yard ric rac. ' . ' For this pattern, send 25 cents, n COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, >30 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, The Pall and Winter FOSHION a complete guarte in planning a wearable fnll wardrobe. New—exciting — Informative. Free pattern printed Inside the took. 25 cents: Dinner Party Honors Miss Alice Priest A dinner parly was given last night at the A. D. 'priest home when Mr.. and Mrs. Priest entertained nine guests in compliment, to the seventeenth birthday of thctr daughter, Miss Alice Priest. Roses In low crystal ; bowls decorated the rooms of the home. The guests., were seated at the lace draped dining table which was centered with a white birthday cake topped with "Hapj Birthday Alice." The. guests spent the evening informally before presenting gifts to the honoree. Mrs. Priest was assisted in serving by Mrs. Edna Hollis, the honoree's grandmother. 30 Guests Attend FouitLBirthday Parly The lourth birthday of Bill Roiish, son of'Mr.'.arid.'.Mrs. Buck Rousli .vac observed yesterday when 30 iittle friends, gathered at the Housh norne for the afternoorl. Party games, and group pictures made up,the Informal entertain- nent alter which gifts were presented the young honoree. ; Happy Birthday Bill" In blue candy letters rested on the white cake which centered the lace draped cloth from which Ice cream and Iced drinks were served during the afternoon. Favors of Halloween' horns were presented each guest.' Mixed -flowers-arranged throughout thu home With touches of the Halloween theme completed the scene, Mrs. Burl Wilson assisted Mrs. Roiish in sen-ing and directing the afternoon's entertainment. Mrs. J. A. Saliba Honored At "Welcome Home" Party "Welcome Home" was the theme of the party last night at the Don Haley home in compliment to Mrs J. A. S.iliba who recently returned home from four and one hall moiiths in Europe. Mixed fnll flowers arranged In crystal and pottery bowls were placed. In the entertaining rooms to create the festive air. Rook games were played in which Mrs. Vesta Rowen won high with Mrs. George Stilwell winning second and Mrs. N. W. Kyle, rooko. Mrs. Saliba was presented a gift. At the conclusion of the evening's entertainment refreshments were served. Mrs. Caraway Hostess For G.E.O, Meeting Members of the 0. E. O. Club were entertained last night at'the T.-H. Caraway home when Mrs. Caraway vvas hostess for the weekly meetIng: Pottery bowls holding roses and greenry were placed In the home. In the games, Mrs. Joe McHaney won high with Miss Vcra Ooodrich winning second. A dessert course was served conclusion of tl.e games. it the Baptist Circles Have Regular Meetings Circles of the W. M. U. of the Hrst Baptist Church held their meetings yesterday In various members' homes. Circle One, met with Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Sr., with six members attending. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert and Mrs. Raymond Maxwell. Mrs. Marlon Williams conducted tlie lesson study. Circle Two liad nine members attending the meeting at the C.' L. McWatcrs, Jr., home with Mr.s.. E. B. Stevens offering the opening prayer. Mrs. Stevens also taught the lesson with Mrs Tom W. Jackson lending the prayer of dismissal. Mrs. E. C. Brown vvas hostess to the eiaht members of Circle Tlirec with 'Mrs. C. L MoWatcrs. Sr., and Mrs. R. W. Woolen offering prayers. Mrs. C. S Lemons laugh t: the less on. Circle Four met with Mrs. Marvin Rayzer with 12 members present. Mrs. Charles Ncvvcotnb opened'the meeting with prayer with Mrs. Harry Fritzius teaching the lesson. The closing prayer was led by Mr.s. E. P, Hnrdin. Circle Five met at the Russell Man- homo with Mrs. C. E. Wilson hostess to the 10 members present. Mrs. R. G, Cash led the aliening prayer Mrs. Waller Bishop conducted the lesson study. " Mrs. E. L. "ale was hostess to seven members of Circle Six with Mr.?. M.- W. Lewis leading the opening prayer. Miss Cordelia Wilhite lead prayer with Mrs. Kendall Berry teaching the lesson. At the conclusion of each meeting, Ihe hostess served refreshments. Business Women Meet With Mrs. Buchanan The "Business Women's Circle Number Eight met last night at the home of Mrs. John Buchanan. The meeting was opcncrt with the repenting of the watchwords followed by prayer by Mrs. J. V. Goff Mrs. Goff al-o offered the devotional, "Out of The Enslavery of Sin." In the business session presided over by- Mrs. Buchanan, i reports were made by the various officers concerning their work. 1 ^rplirist, The Answer for' the Pagan Peoples" was led by Mrs. Paul Velcw. Mrs. Carl Tate became a new Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Ross have moved to their new home on Parkway In the Logan-Wright addition. They formerly resided at the Air. Base. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wlilts ol Fort Smith returned-to.their home Monday after visiting here with relatives and friends. L. H, Autry Is attending tlie Fourth National Conference of County and Rural Area Superintendents In Memphis today and Wednesday. Mr. Autry will participate ,in the program. Miss Mary Ann Williams of Oklahoma City will arrive tonight to spend several days as guest of Mr, and Mrs. F. E. Lanler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Jackson and John Akin of Etowah were the 'weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hi! ley. • : Miss Joyce Bamon, has returned to Memphis to resume her studies as a medical technician after spending several rtays here as guest of hei parents Mr. and Mrs. Emll Damon and family. She came especially to attend the Cotton Picking events In which she served as lady-in- wnlting in the Royal Court. Mr. and Mrs, C. T. Jarvis were (lie overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. .D. o. Compcrs and famUy. Mr and Mrs. Jarvis were en route to their home in St. Louis. Mrs. Frank V'ebb an- 1 Mrs. Eula Rutlcdgc, accompanied by their sister, Mr.s. M. O. Hocsgcn of St. lauls. Mo., were "Tiled to Little Rock Saturday by the critical illness of another sister, Mrs. Mvrtle Mosley. Mrs. Mosley's condition now is improved, and Mrs. Webb returned home yesterday. Mrs. Rutledtre and Mrs. Hoeggen remained for a longer vJsit. Dr. Duncan to Sneak At Banquet tonight Dr. B. H. Duncan of Little Rock, editor of "The Arkansas Baptist" will he guest speaker a t the annual stewardship banquet of the First Baptist ciiurch tonight at 7 p.m. "Advance Wails on Steward- shin" Is the subject of Dr. Dunca address, which is In keeping with the 1D50 stewardship campaign emphasizing, "Every Member A Tither." The Baptist church, under the direction of Hev. E. C. Brown, has adopted for IQ50 the largest budgel of the church's history. At this evening's program the relation of the individual .Christian to the "World program .of Christ" will be featured. Coming Events ''Social Calendar Tuesday . Business meeting oJ Colilllori club at Colonial Room at Hotel Noble at 8 pin. Wednesday .Mrs. O. W. McCutchen hostess to Town and Country Club Sudbury P. T. A. meets at 3 p.m. at the school. Delphian, meeting at Hotel Noble at 10 a.m. Chapter "" of P. £. O. Sisterhood entertained at James Roy home with 1 o'clock luncheon, with Mrs. Floy and Mrs. Hermon Carleton hostesses. Thursday Mis. .Raymond Schimick will en- icrtaln Dr. Edna Nies' Sunday School class o( the First Baptist Church with a potluck supper at 7 P in. . 'The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of ihe u. D, C. will meet with Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd for a 12:30 luncheon. Girl Scout txjne Troop Association will meet with Mrs. Fred .^ 1C a din an at 7:30 p. in. • Mrs. Joe P. Pride. Jr.; hostess to Thursday Luncheon Club. Blylnevillc Rook Club meets with Mrs, R. Aj Copeland. Mrs. W." K, Cherry compliments Avnlon Bunco Club. Thursday Hook Club entertained by Mrs. Grover Wren. TN Club meets with Mrs. Gordon Henley. Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester hostess to Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Aubrey Conway compliments Mid-Week Club. Octette Club meets with Mrs. Lansston Ashford. Friday ., Mrs. Paul Byrup compliments C B. C. Club. - ' Com- Civic Calendar Tuesday Advanced oifls Division nnuiity chest Drive. City Council 8 p.m. American Legion 8 p m. Wednesday Kiwanis-CluB, Hotel Noble 12-10 p.m. Sudbury p.T.A. Executive! Board 2JO p.m. followed by P.T A. meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday Rotary club Hotel Noble 12:10 p.m. FOOTBALL: Paps vs Paragould, here. Friday .D.btton Picking Contest, Fair Grounds, 10 aJn. FOOTBALL: Chicks vs. .Jonesboro, there. Circle Meeting* Held By Presbyttrian Groups Circle meetings of- the First Presbyterian church were held yesterday when group reiwrls were made. Circle One, entertained by Mrs. Lex Cliamblin and Mrs. J. c. Walters, had 14 members and one visitor, Mrs, Mike Simon, attending the 2:30 p.m. meeting. The Bible ttudy was taken from St. John with Mrs. Erwln Jones program leader. The buslncss'mceting was conducted by Mrs. C. M. Gray. Clrcl two met at 2:30 p. rri. with 10 members and one guest, Mrs. Ross Stevens, being entertained by Mrs. J. E. Beasley and Mrs. A. P. Dietrich. Mrs. Beasly was program leader [or the study of the Gospel of St. John. Mrs. Zal Harrison presided _-over the business meeting. Mrs. W. E, Hodge was a new member meeting with Circle Three at 230 p.m. Mrs. G. W,. Dlllahunty was hostesses to the 12 members, program, of the study of St. John. Mrs. Bill Young conducted the business meeting, •. . . _.'. Mrs. C. p. Rambo aiid .Mrs. C.F. Jlakemore were hostesses to Circle 'our when they,met at 8 pm. Mrs. 'aul Lawrence and Mrs. Carlos 3ea! were new members attend- ng. Mrs. H. T. Kidd presided over he program, the study of St. John, vith Mrs. Elbert Huffman conduct- f the business meeting. , The Business Women's Circle met at 8 p.m., wilh 15 members attend- ng. with Mrs. Lucy McAdams, Mrs. Tom Miller and Miss Patty June Davis hostesses for the affair. Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mr.s, C. M. Gray were guests. Mrs. Ebb Spradley was n charge of the program for the sturty of St. John. Mrs. Spradley also conducted the business meeting. All circles made plans for the Home Mission Study to be held Oct. 24 at (he church and plans to participate In the project for overseas relief carried out through Lhe church World Service Program, "Pieces for peace." ; The Business Womeiis circle completed plans for the fall wardrobe and birthday box to be sent to its ward at the Vera Lloyd Home. A social hour followed each meeting. Initial Meeting Held By Beginner's Circle. Tnitlal meeting of the Beginners Circle of the First Methodist Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. W. L. Homer wilh Mrs. Paul Pryor co-hostess to the' 13 members present. <-. Mrs. Hildred Bunch was elected chairman and Mrs. W. H. O'Keefe, vice-chairman. Mrs. Tolcr Buchanan was elected secretary and treasurer and Mrs. T. H. Caraway, reporter. Mrs. Roy Bagley led the; devotional for thfi meeting. 'Mrs.. E. J. member of the group, Mrs. Ivan R. i Cure was n guest for Ihe meeting. Van Patten led the prayer of dismissal. The hostess, assisted - by Mrs. Tatc. -served refreshments at the conclusion of the meeting.' The' group will meet the third. Monday for each month. Business Session Held By Lake Street W.S.C.S. Fifteen members and one guest, Mrs! L. E, Baker, attended ,'the weekly meeting of the Lake StreeJ Methodist W.S.C.S. yiestcfday^at the ihrch. > ' '.•.'', '. • ' Mrs. W. L. Green led the opening •ayer .with Mrsl Billys King con- I'cting the business session. Plans were made for a Covered ish luncheon and all day meeting be held next Monday at the uirch. in the afternoon, following inch, Mrs. G. G. Thompson will j in charge of the study course. "Mary, the Mother of Jesus," was le cho.sen 'topic of Mrs. C. T hamlin's .devotional'with >hr">. Li Baker offering "Career ant uslness ' Women." Mrs. George Stihvell led the dismissal prayer. 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LYOIA E.PINKHAM'S Vegetable Compound **J ' NEW MOTOR NEW SEW UTl • NEW CARRYING CASE • 5-YEAR GUARANTEE • NEW 5-SPEED CONTROL Group Meetings Htld By Woman'* Council Group meetings were held yesterday by the Woman's Council of the First Christian Church'. Mrs J. C..Lowe was hostess to the Faith group with nine members attending. Mrs, James Terry ottered the devotional with Mrs. Harry Bradley leading the study course. Mrs. Terry conducted a brief business session. : .:. . Mrs. J. P, .Garrott entertained nine members of the Hope group with Mrs. Lester strubhar opening the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Albert Taylor gave the study course with Mrs. Ben Harpole presiding over the business meeting. The Love, group met with Mrs. Rouse Harp' with seven members present. Mrs. J. 0. Ellis gave the devotional with Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Mrs. W. D. Cob'o conducting the study lesson. Mrs. Robinson lead the business meeting. The group study lesson was taken from the book, "Again Plonru rs." Refreshments were served by the hostesses at the conclusion of the meetings. Calvary Circle Metis . In Jack Attaway Home Mrs- Jack Attaway was hostess to nine members of circle Two of the Calvary Baptist W, M. U. for the program meeting, topic of which was "Youth In World Mission." Mrs. James Rambo lead the opening prayer with Mrs. K. J. Fondren giving the devotional taken from the second chapter of Luke. In the program, which vvas preced ed by prayer by Mrs. J.W. Tomlln- son, Mrs. Tomlinson spoke on "A Daniel in Trlve." Mrs. Henry McCain's topic "You Would Love My Country." Mrs. Rambo spoke on "America Needs Christ." An open discussion on youth.In the nation followed the program. Mrs. Attaway led the dismissal prayer. Refreshments were served by th» hostess. • The word "cheer" originally meant face, countenance, or expression, according to the Encyclopedia BrUannlca. Mrs. Wilder Hostess To Calvary Y. W. A. Mrs. Woadrow Wilder was hastens to nine members and one guest, Mtfs Sue Orsborne. of the Calvary V. W. A, group last night at her home. . Mi.vs Verna Fondren led the opening prayer. "Christ and the Pagans" W|s the program theme which was taken ! from Ihe book, "From the Window." Mrs. Wilder led the dismissal prayer after which refreshments were served. At-The Hospitals -'•'', '*" 'Blyth'evillev HosplUl "Dismissed: T. E. Lockard, City.' : Walls Hospital Linda Privetl, City. Julio Martinez^ Wilson/ Mrs. S. B. Morris, City. Mrs. Harold Nunnery and Steelc. Mrs. Fred Hendricks and Osceola. Mrs. James E.. Robinson and baby, City. Charles Duckworth, Jr., Caruthersville. IS MAKING IT THI HO. 1 COFFEE IN THE MIDDLE WEST baby, baby. Idaho's cobalt deposit is the largest known In the United States. 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